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In the last 13 years you became one of the pillars of the monastery, an omega(*) one. Many are gone while you grow up.
It is incredible to see how much road you have done from your first post till now (especially if i look to mine!).
You are not a pleaser because you always say what you think, despite others.
Your Perl (math,thread..) fu is devastating, but you are always humble when asking for new ideas or perspective.
You spawn working code at the rate i write in my native language. So..
use Monks; use Monks::Date; $happy = Monks::Date->new ( 1433404111 - 410227200 ); $BrowserUk = Monks->new(id=>'171588',birth=>$happy); $to_you = \$BrowserUk; $happy->MonkDay($to_you); $happy->MonkDay($to_you); $happy->MonkDay($BrowserUk); $happy->MonkDay($to_you); END{require Cake; $cake_with_candles = Cake->new; $BrowserUk->blow($ca +ke_with_candles)}


UPDATE:(*)omega is used in the sense of someone specular to the alpha in a society. I probably misused the term (if you read this seems like an insult): i was thinking something like a wizard as the balance of a king in a society. So my creative english lead me to the 'omega pillar' statement.

There are no rules, there are no thumbs..
Reinvent the wheel, then learn The Wheel; may be one day you reinvent one of THE WHEELS.

In reply to Re: Happy Monk day. (To you!) by Discipulus
in thread Happy Monk day. (To me!) by BrowserUk

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