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#I lost control

I lol'd, going to start leaving comments about my decaying psychological state in my code:

# Day 106 # out of Ramen # must set more mousetraps # Day 108 # perl -w # produces maniacal laughter # Day 111 # murdered the Roomba # had it coming # not palatable # Day 117 # woke up from nightmare # was writing this subroutine # the mice, the horrible mice! # Day 118 # Dobbins forks my code, AGAIN # I SEE YOU, DOBBINS # Day 120 # hearing voices # they're speaking LISP # parenthesizing me in their... # ...unholy cdr # Day 122 # something is living # in /etc # WATCHING # cd cd cd cd cd cd # Day 124 # no more mice. starvation setting in # must invite Dobbins for... dinner # Day 126 # print "all $work and no @play makes ${\ $self->set('a dull boy') }\n +" x 1e10; # Day 127 # code nearly complete # test cases... missing # must execute... deploy to... production # Day 135 # ...power dead... # ...soul-crushing darkness closing in... # UPS fading...

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