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what Dave (and I) are saying

Dave and you eh. Ah well, that's it. No point in continuing then.

please donít continue to pollute the Meditations section with this.

You dare to speak on behalf of all perlmonks.

You who has polluted this place with endless reams of your recycled, homespun, out-of-the-ark, ribald tosh. As if.


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In reply to Re^2: Perl 5 Optimizing Compiler, Part 6: A Love Letter To Dave Mitchell, chromatic, and BrowserUK by BrowserUk
in thread Perl 5 Optimizing Compiler, Part 6: A Love Letter To Dave Mitchell, chromatic, and BrowserUK by Will_the_Chill

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    [Discipulus]: to eat, no? grin
    [Eily]: hu, don't tell the other French people I never tried it, I might get kicked out :P
    choroba . o O ( The Czech at-sign is also edible )
    [Eily]: the French @ is a mouthful I guess...
    [Eily]: choroba Wikipedia gives me ZavinŠč which doesn't seem to translate to something edible?
    [Eily]: (yes I'm very good at using question marks, thank you)
    [Discipulus]: O_O frexit for you! even me i tried. it was in the arabic quarter in Granada; they offered as 'tapas' in bars. I eataly somewhere they eat ;=P Sardinia a Pulia iirc
    [choroba]: ZavinŠč

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