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Perl has a CPAN-do attitude,
Debian has a definite aptitude,
Silly rhymes have stanzas that are crude,
And yet, all is just so.

Emacs has macros that can do,
Vi has a quick bang there for you,
Cows have a special way to moo,
And yet, there's still more to go.

C++ has a classy way to code,
SQL has set a different mode,
Copy verbiage is always best la mode,
And yet, the rest is in tow.

Music has its own notoriety,
Linguistics has spoken of an elaborate language tree,
Using that many words was egregious of me,
And yet, i cannot say no.

Perlmonks has links to everything as a node,
A monk has to wait for his page to load,
I should really get back now to my code,
And yet, i go with the flow.

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