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in thread My favorite monk is
I thought about it, but decided someone might think I meant one of the actual perlmonks users Thelonius Monk, Thelonious, or Thelonius.
Wait...this is limited to voting for Perlmonks?
No wonder Thomas Merton wasn't on the list!
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