Am I a watcher, a member? Often I come to Perlmonks to look up some answer or solution, and if I don't find one, post a question.
A few times, like now, I take the time to browse newest nodes, best nodes etc., to read and maybe also write something without the pressure to get things done. It seems to me some people have more time to read and give answers, or there are just so many monks around now, so everyone finds time to answer some node some time.
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