perl -le 'print "Blame ".${["ar0n", "tye"]}[rand 2]'

perl -le'print "Blame ", (qw/ar0n tye/)[rand 2]'
Hmmm...
perl -le'$foo{ (qw/ar0n tye/)[rand 2] }++ for 1..1000; print "tye was +blamed $foo{tye} times.\nar0n was blamed $foo{ar0n} times."' tye was blamed 516 times. ar0n was blamed 484 times.
Sorry, tye :)

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