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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I would suggest reading next the Unfinished Tales, and then the Silmarillion. Silmarillion may be hard reading, it's rather different in tone and style, but then you'll get sense of the whole vast canvas. UT is fascinating background essays.
  • It was all right. Not something I'd pick up and re-read for fun, but worth going through once.
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  • about the only thing more difficult than finding a church that you are comfortable with is finding another theist in our little sphere of programmers :)
    • *LOL* - yeah, I hold out hope that there are others with my Christian beliefs. Failing that, I hope that I can serve others in answering their questions about Christianity and such. Granted, I'm not that experienced, but over time, that will change. :)

      Why are theists (or more specifically, Christians) so rare amongst programmers? A lot of folks on this journal system are in the UK, which as a country has more than half (maybe even three-quarters) of its population agnostic or atheist.

      Another way to l