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called my ex-wife,
but she's stuck on prototypes,
she can't see,
I've moved on with my life,
I'd upvote that,
but I have no votes left,
it's like on PerlMonks,
there's nothing I can do,
wishing votes were up my ass,
but the lack of votes is what the Gods choose.

We state the well being,
of posts that are good,
some formatting that exceeds,
the threshold,
of what we consider crude.
Some we'd leave in the dust,
good questions be damned,
but I'm just a human writing Larry's English language.

We'll leave the formatting to rust,
but I trust,
myself,
as someone new in the game,
I've seen things portrayed,
while willing to bend the old ways,
I've read the FAQ,
and as soon as I hit the nine,
I'll consider with patience,
all posts with kindness in my mind.

In reply to Friar in training by stevieb

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