Logan-- for not doing your homework and posting untruths...
http://www.wilwheaton.net uses PHP not Perl. Just look at the links!
But hey, just because the site uses PHP now doesn't mean that it always has. I decided to go to the source... I emailed Wil Wheaton asking about Perl (and mentioned Perl Monks in the process). He replied within 30 - 45 minutes saying "Someday, I will tackle Perl. When I do, I'll join up. Until then, I'll continue being a lamer. :)"
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