Hmm... life and Perl. Life is like Perl, without use warnings
, use strict
, or -T
Rarely are you about to make a mistake, and you're warned about it before you make it. In life, you seldom get a "you sure about that?" Inevitably, it comes back to get you.
Sometimes, you just get into completely innocent misunderstandings that metasticize into huge problems, mixups, trying to find out who did what...something that can happen if you're not following all the rules.
Lastly, sometimes you can take a completely appropriate reaction to an event life gives you, and it still blows up in your face.
And that's my $0.02.
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