(Yes, that's supposed to be "unite". It's a pun, you see. A clever display of my crafty wit.)
All you monks from New Jersey... I'm interested in saying hello to you. There seem to be a handful of us, at least... apart from me, there's newrisedesigns and Sifmole (who have revealed themselves in the CB today). I know our location information is in jcwren's perlmonk-info creation, but it'd be cool if interested Jersey Monks could respond to this node with location information (as vague as you'd prefer), and where they think would be a good place for a bunch of Monks to meet in our beautiful Garden State.
"Where my hat is at?" Waldwick (07463). I'm north of Paramus and Hackensack, in Bergen County. A couple miles south of the NY state border (and I-87). Oh, and for all you playing at home, that's Parkway Exit #163.
hacker, who'd like a job (NYC-area)
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