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The leet pincushion got scolded by top labcoat for trying to touch her computer, so she stuck her tongue out

Here, why don't you try accessing... Don't touch my keyboard! Okay. You are a hacker. This computer is behind the FBI firewall. No way you're touching this, kid. Was just gonna suggest entering through the emergency cell backup on h +is smart-home control... Yes, and accessing his cameras and the alarms. I was just gonna do that, if you would just... let me type. Maybe if you were writing in Python instead of Perl, you'd move faster +. What's wrong with Perl? Nothing... if you're designing a website in the late '90s. Whatever. ... I think the hack was an S.O.S. How do you know it was her? The first half of the code was written in Python and then it switches +to Perl. It's an inside joke. It's her.

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in thread Perl mentioned in "Blindspot" (season 1 episode 6) by scorpio17

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