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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 ŕ 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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