I do hope WPERL plays old blues tune like:

my @trail =('hellhound','hellhound'); package vain; use vars qw($love @love %love); $night = 'dark'; undef $night; my $bad_sign; $born++; my $broom = new Blues; $broom->dust(); package Y; use 5.6; our $funeral; my $trial;

and other stuff like:

@stuff = ('jams', 'hams', 'rams'); shift @stuff;

Solutions:

<kbd>--
my $OeufMayo = new PerlMonger::Paris({http => 'paris.mongueurs.net'});</kbd>

In reply to Re: WPERL: The Perl radio station by OeufMayo
in thread WPERL: The Perl radio station by petdance

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