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This is absolutely awesome. I printed this out just to put on my wall because, like the penguin poster at ThinkGeek (the poster of the kernel source), code REALLY CAN be art. Not only is this an awesome program, but it looks great next to my camel book :-). Amazing job, and thanks for allowing me to prove to everyone who disbelieves that programming IS art :-). R.Joseph

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