I'm pretty sure as soon as I hit the underlined, bolded, and for some reason hyphenated "and" I got cancer.

I have honestly tried to read through some of your posts but after about the second sentence in every single one of them, my eyes glaze over and then roll so hard they'd give an F-18 pilot tunnel vision.

I'm not going to reiterate what better monks have said, but I will confess that watching the trainwreck each of your posts produces keeps me coming back.

Whether you actually become a useful resource on this site or not, I don't care, but I hope that future knowledge seekers are consistently made aware of the quality of the "(a-d-v-i-c-e)" you give out.

Three thousand years of beautiful tradition, from Moses to Sandy Koufax, you're god damn right I'm living in the fucking past

In reply to Re^2: Help me convert this to Perl by stonecolddevin
in thread Help me convert this to Perl by topcoder

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