I would recommend that you read again the descriptions at the top of Cool Uses For Perl and Meditations. If those seem unclear (and I would certainly concur that they do), look at the most recent few dozen posts in both sections for patterns for precedent.
CUFP is now the section for posting code (not including the just-for-fun sections Obfu and Perl Poetry). I moved your post to Meditations because it contains 99% prose, and 1% links to off-site code. IMHO, it is clearly outside the spec for CUFP. It might be appropriate for Perl News.
I reckon we are the only monastery ever to have a dungeon stuffed with 16,
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