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I don't think that Iron Perl Monks, Part 1 takes a jab at Princepawn. This post and others don't make fun of Princepawn, they just treat it as what he has become for Perlmonks: a myth, the Fallen Angel of course, purchased by the Saints, the Vilain, he is supposedly dead but the body was never found and he might come back any day.

I would think Princepawn, if he still lurks around here, is probably pretty happy to see his name mentioned as aften as it is.

Just Another Perl Myth

In reply to of Iron Perl Monks, Princepawn and other mythical figures by PurlGurl
in thread Iron Perl Monks, Part 1 by lemming

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