I see an important debate to counter the "thread is spelt F-O-R-K" mentality that is so pervasive in the Perl, Parrot & Unix communities that are playing such a big part in shaping the future of my preferred language.
"Do not try and bend the fork. That's impossible. Instead... only try to realize the truth."
"There is no fork."
"There is no fork?"
"Then you'll see, that it is not the fork that bends, it is only yourself." --Allison
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