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Bless me father, for I have sinned. As rodents do not typically confess, it's been pretty much forever since my last confession. In addition to the multitude of sins already mentioned by my brethren...

  • I have installed and used an XP Whoring Utility (one not written in Perl, no less).
  • I have written ASP/VBScript.
  • I have believed (very briefly) that my VBScript handled a problem better than Perl.
  • I have strayed from the path and believed that a Perl-free work environment was an excuse to walk away from Perl at home.

I know not what penance is most appropriate, particularly for the mortal sins, but I shall strive to never stray from the true path again.

In reply to Re: Return of the Confessional by rattusillegitimus
in thread Return of the Confessional by theorbtwo

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