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Hello Camel-ly Dudes,

Imagine that you're several pages into the Seekers of Perl Wisdom (for example), because you've missed a few days of questions for whatever reason (I know-- unexcusable!). You find a thread that you'd like to explore and maybe even vote on. After voting it would just be danged nifty if you had the option of a single click that would send you back to the page that the question was on, as opposed to either going back to the top of SOPW or playing a drum solo on the scroll bar and "next entries" link.

Thanks for listening,

While I've got you here... do you think this mole looks funny?
@a = ("a".."z"," ","-","\n"); @b = (12,0,17,10,24,12,14,14,13,26,8,18,26,0,26, 22,0,13,13,0,27,1,4,26,15,4,17,11,26,7,0,2,10,4,17,28); print map {$a[$_]} @b;

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