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Grab a selection of your favorite beer|wine|pop|soda|water|beverage of choice, sit down at your browser, and enjoy!

Take one sip when:

  • Someone asks a question in a section other than Seekers of Perl Wisdom or Q&A
  • Someone asks a question in Q&A that should be in Seekers of Perl Wisdom
  • Someone asks a question with a vague title
  • Someone advances to novice, acolyte, scribe, or monk
  • Someone asks a completely non-perl related question.
  • Meryln replies with a pointer to his columns
  • Someone asks a question already in the FAQ
  • Someone doesn't use CODE tags
  • Someone asks a homework question
  • A reply to a node either states "use strict", "-w", or "you could have found that with Super Search".

Take one chug when:

  • Someone donates to kudra's World Domination Fund
  • Nodereaper reaps a node
  • Someone advances to friar, abbot, bishop, or pontiff
  • Someone starts mass-downvoting everyone
  • Vroom posts
  • Someone has a question about their own homemade CGI.pm
  • Someone complains that they cannot install a module
  • Someone compares Perl to Java|Python|C|C++|C#|any other langauge
  • There are more than 50 Other Users
  • There are no Other Users
  • Someone other than Erudil posts an ObFu
  • Someone posts a JAPH
  • You see a new sponser in the ad banner
  • Someone asks a question, stating that they're new to perl but their job requires them to get this done within a limited time frame

Down a can when:

  • Someone becomes a saint
  • Erudil posts a new ObFu
  • Someone posts a Tutorial or Review
  • Vroom posts with a non-site related node
  • A node gets more that -20 reputation before being reaped
  • Someone posts Perl Poerty that actually compiles with use strict; and -w
  • A saint completely blows an answer to a question
  • Vroom issues a Quest

Down the entire case when:

  • Larry Wall posts

(Feel free to add to this :-)


Dr. Michael K. Neylon - mneylon-pm@masemware.com || "You've left the lens cap of your mind on again, Pinky" - The Brain

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