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What if God were one of us?
Shouldn't this be in Perl Poetry?
Though the code itself does not appear to be blatantly obfuscated, a quick gander at it will not let you easily know the output, because you are reading it like Perl Poetry, not obfuperl.
That's Obfuscation through Diversion.
Jeremiah 49:32 - And their camels shall be a booty. . .
Blargh. My fault. I'm sure I tried executing it, but only got compilation errors. I must have done something wrong that time, because now that I've tried it again, I see your point.
Damn good obfuscation. Mayhap there oughtta be a sub-genre of obfuscation: steganobfuscation. :-)
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