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No, jeffa I understood the context... it's just that I'm really sick of seeing people using more characters instead of regular words... only little kids do that pretty much now days on the internet and games... but yes, I understood the poem in context. ^_^

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    [erix]: in this context, one learns all kinds of interesting psychological excuse-jargon: not just 'alternative facts'; how about 'gapped knowledge' ? :)
    [erix]: which still manages to sound more or less positive
    [Corion]: Huh. I wasn't aware that you cannot segregate Python 2 and Python 3 modules... Hopefully Perl 6 module use C6AN and thus avoid the problem...
    [hippo]: I very much hope so.
    [moritz]: there are already some (very few) Perl 6 modules on CPAN, but in a way that the p5 indexer avoids them

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