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Over the last couple of days, I have used a modified version of ZZamboni's PerlMonksChat2.pm to timestamp and log every entry into the Chatterbox. Don't worry this isn't the Chatterbox archive, it won't be posted. Anywho, I used the log file to create a pie graph of who's is talking the most. I figured I'd post the results, but first I was curious if anyone had any wagers on who actually has the lead. If you want to reply with your wagers go ahead and I'll post the results at 2400 hrs eastern time.

For the record, I wagered on AgentM, I won't divulge if I was correct or not. You'll have to wait till 2400 hrs.

Macphist0

p.s. Thanks to jcwren for running the modified PerlMonksChat.pm code since I didn't have a static line.

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