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I would prefer a beer stein or super sized shot glass over the coffee mug. For some reason my code is more comprehendable when drinking the appropriate liquids from these types of containers.

This could explain my obfuscation.

blacksmith

In reply to Re: Number of PerlMonks coffee mugs I would like to purchase by blacksmith
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