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  • I often finish editing my posts long after I've posted them.
  • I have downvoted several high-ranking monks when I thought they were being snooty, but seldom /msg them with an explanation.
  • When I fall behind, I tend to read posts from certain high ranking monks first, thus generating more "personality" votes for them.
  • Much of my personal work doesn't use POD.
  • I committed many grievous sins before aligning myself with, yet have failed to clean up all of those sins.
  • I have given out many easy answers to Seekers of Perl Wisdom, rather than providing them hints so that they can earn the answer themselves.
  • I have used objects for the sake of using objects, when a procedural approach would have solved the problem just fine.
  • I have a junior high library book that is now way overdue.
  • I've gotten out of bed after my wife is asleep to hack Perl, visit the Monastery, surf, ...

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