Is it possible that PM needs the Monks of the Round Table
could advise of the horrid mistake being made by King Author, and could take the time to provide corrective assistance with a gentler hand?
Perhaps merlyn, whence stumbling upon dangerous code, could then post a warning, e.g. "This code may have dangerous side-effects and is awaiting review by the Monks of the Round Table."
May the Source be with you.
You said you wanted to be around when I made a mistake; well, this could be it, sweetheart.
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