You've put too much in for far too long for anyone to
believe less. In fact, it is people like you and TomC who
kept me interested in Perl long enough to make it a major
aspect of my career. In all the time I've been on the
web and in all the languages and other hobbies I've taken
up, I've never found a culture quite like the Perl one.
Maybe we should recommend just the opposite, anyone who
makes some N times saint votes should be frozen publically,
or maybe at 10K votes? Make the point that you've all done
so much that what your current karma is doesn't matter...
OTOH, I'm pretty sure we can't trademark "Saint". =)
$you = new YOU;
honk() if $you->love(perl)
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