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much too happy
try this:
#!/usr/bin/perl {;$ _ =q(Ju st a nothe r sad P erl h acker ,); s [ \s {2,}] {}xsg ;};$# =$_ ; {;s(: )(: : ];);} print $=;;
a update: Actually for some reason i was just reminded about a story about two pubs across the road from each other near southampton, "the happy cheese" and "the sad cheese". The sad cheese was always empty and had to shut down.

In reply to Re: Emotijaph :( by teamster_jr
in thread Emotijaph :) by chargrill

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