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Re: In Another Index
by stevieb (Abbot) on Mar 16, 2017 at 03:14 UTC
    Agreed, but not in the seething belief, that you may see, realistically, people come here with cocks between knees, it's obscene, something we need to relieve, but you know as I do that idiocy is in extreme. Nobody searches, nobody does nothing, double negative there?, nobody will read this is my assumption, it's amazing, what some will do, but the realization, is that civilization is fucked right through.

    (imho, people don't even think anymore).

      Some forums, as you type your question or afterwards, search for your question on the forums and provide links, and only then allow the user to post the question. That might be a bit much here, but i wonder, if duplicate questions were avoided, would SoPW become too slow?

        Yet another way in which PerlMonks' culture is different StackExchange's.

        iow: "If you want X, you know where to find it." :-)

        I reckon we are the only monastery ever to have a dungeon stuffed with 16,000 zombies.
Re: In Another Index
by chacham (Prior) on Apr 16, 2017 at 07:09 UTC

    It took a moment
    To count all the syllables
    Oh, it's a haiku

    I wonder each time
    Do i behold a haiku
    Or, just a "haiku"

      The "rule" that haiku in English must have 5-7-5 is, quite frankly, wrong.

        5-7-5 is, quite frankly, wrong.

        But, but, it's so easy to explain it that way.