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In bed last night, I went through terrible thoughts of "what the 'hell' did I post, I'll never be able to face Perlmonks again".

The post was made in a clean and sober state, but I was genuinely curious, and spurred by yet another tragedy in my life.

I was looking for reality, and I got it.

Want to thank and show appreciation for everyone who responded. It's a terrible thing when we lose someone close to us (or the communities we serve), so I know it's an exceptionally difficult subject.

The info presented is both informative and wonderful. I've read many great nodes and information and for that, thank you.

By the way, I'm hoping I have a couple of good years left yet... I still got that Perl Breathalizer project I've promised people I'd finish...


In reply to Re: Delegating responsibility of one's CPAN distributions by stevieb
in thread Delegating responsibility of one's CPAN distributions by stevieb

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