LWP starts it off with a punishing GET request to CGI's belly. Whoa, look at that, CGI just took it, turned around, and responded right back at LWP with a 200 OK! This is some serious action folks!
CGI seems to be holding back, just waiting for LWP to send it something else. Look out, LWP is getting out the big guns now! It's sending a powerful HTTPS request with a multi-part form upload! Oooh, denied by CGI's $POST_MAX setting!
This is truly a thrilling battle, watching these two great modules pound the $VERSION numbers out of each other! We could be here all night, waiting for one of them to crack.
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