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My Christmas wishes:
  • I wish for the health and happiness of my family.
  • I wish for the continued success and health of PerlMonks and it's members.
  • I wish for interesting problems for all the Monks to solve.
  • I wish for the continued growth and success of open source software.
  • I wish more time to learn perl.
  • I wish for fewer SUV's and more hybrid cars.
  • I wish for more time to referee soccer games and the ability to better judge offsides.
  • I wish fervently that the human race becomes infected with the idea the a person is more than their race/religion/sexual preference/choice of operating system.
  • I wish that we all are able to live in peace.
  • I wish that I work and live in a way that helps my wishes come true.

Merry Christmas!

Code On!

In reply to Re: Christmas Wishlists by dthacker
in thread Christmas Wishlists by mt2k

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