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As I was reading some random old thread on "Why is Python so bad?" I came across this comment which I think reflects why I love Perl so much:

Sudhir Sudhir
July 29, 2019
Python is considered bad because it suffocates you to death while being deaf to the prey’s death cries. It falls on you unexpected from the top of a tree and before it swallows you it has to crush your bones and make you a sack of pulp for easier consumption. Very painful. Won’t recommend at all. It’s not venomous, so you have no option of getting hallucinations through the painful experience before death either.

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