That inspired me to try something similiar.....
# Magic 8 Ball program.
my @answers = <DATA>; chomp @answers;
my $i = get( "http://www.random.org/cgi-bin/randnum?num=1&min=0&max=$#
defined $i or die "Unable to decide!\n";
# answers horked from http://www.fiendation.com/people/chris/eight.htm
Outlook Not So Good
My Reply Is No
Don't Count On It
You May Rely On It
Ask Again Later
Cannot Predict Now
Better Not Tell You Now
It Is Certain
It Is Decidedly So
Concentrate and Ask Again
Signs Point to Yes
My Sources Say No
Without a Doubt
Reply Hazy, Try Again
As I See It, Yes
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