What Quips you like most in Perl-monks?
- Welcome to the Monastery
- XP is just number.
- P is for Practical.
- Perl Monk, Perl Meditation.
- Just another Perl shrine.
- No such thing as a small change.
- Think about Loose Coupling.
- "be consistent."
- Keep It Simple, Stupid.
- Pathologically Eclectic Rubbish Lister.
- Perl Sensitive Sunglasses.
- Syntactic Confectionary Delight.
- Go ahead... be a heretic.
- There's more than one way to do things.
- Perl: the Markov chain saw
- laziness, impatience, and hubris
- Your skill will accomplish what the force of many cannot.
- good chemistry is complicated, and a little bit messy-LW
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