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I really miss CowboyNeal.

Another popular choice: I don't live down under. I've never seen a marsupial in my entire life, you insensitive clod!

With limited choice, I'd vote for the Tasmanian Tiger, 'coz releasing Perl6 looks like an enterprise comparable in scope with the ressurection of the tiger from broken DNA pieces :)

And, to conclude, how about a Beowulf cluster of all of the above? Throw a grizzly bear in the mix, just for fun!


In reply to Re: The cutest Perl6 marsupial mascot would be... by calin
in thread The cutest Perl6 marsupial mascot would be... by tye 

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