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You are right, of course. How could i even dare to have a mind of my own? I am just a humble scribe, after all. ;-)

But may i, my dear abbot, beg to ask a humble question while i'm kneeling here before the holy camel?

The question is this: Why, if reinventing the wheel is such a bad thing, do we still work on Perl 6? ... No, wait, i just saw the error of my ways. If reinventing would be a good thing, shouldn't we have finished getting Perl 6 to a working state a long time ago?

Edit: For those of you wanting to downvote this node: Do you know the meaning of humor? No? Try pull the other one....

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In reply to Re^2: Reinventing the wheel by cavac
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