"Um, Chuck, we need an app to move 300 excel files to .pdf"
--"Sure, I can do that in perl"
"Ahh, Chuck, we need to parse a different set of 60 Excel files and move them to a SQL database"
--"Sure, I can do that in Perl"
"So, Chuck, We need to create something to take 'any' form
and email to anyone inside the corporation, what do you
know about CDONTS"
--"BAH, I can do that in perl...with my eyes closed"
"Chuck, is there anything you can't do with perl?"
--"Um, no. No there's not."
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