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You know...the funny thing about the number (60 when this was written) of #perlmonks votes right now is that there are only about 7 people in the channel at a time. Not only do I not see 60 unique visitors over a long period of time, but (according to this poll), ~ 40 people should be in there during the day (subtract around 20 people who live far away from US).

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I guess I should rather grant people the priveledge to escape the drudgery of work by *fantasizing* about #perlmonks...and just maybe, they can live vicariously through those of us who LIVE #perlmonks.

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In reply to RE: Favorite way to spend an afternoon at work... by redmist
in thread Favorite way to spend an afternoon at work... by vroom

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