Looking at this camel code has a really odd and disturbing effect on my vision. After I take my eyes out of focus to view the camel, I find that for the next minute, I have a very hard time reading any text on my monitor, as text keeps going in and out of focus.
It's better now, but when I started writing this, I could barely discern what I was typing and there was even a moment when I thought there might be something wrong with my monitor.
Try looking at the camel as you would a 3D-stereogram. It it just me?
ps. amazing code, Erudil
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