Which would you rather give up:
- or DVD's?
Before Perl, I coded mostly in:
When I code, I listen primarily to:
- Kenny G. Rules!,
- The little voice sings for me.
My job is:
- full of Perl Monks,
- Perl Friendly,
- Perl Hostile
- Perl Bailey?
Right now, my boss thinks that I'm:
- doing a status report,
- which boss?,
- working late..mmm kay?
My primary O/S is:
- I wrote my own O/S
I use a:
- Dumb terminal
- Timex Sinclair
- Rock and stick make noise
- Made me socially inept
- Brought me out of my shell a little
- Made me the HIT of my office
- given me access to more military plans than I thought imaginable
- Made me a porn star!
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