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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • You have a good point there.

    And, for what it's worth, I find 'Iron Monger' fairly catchy.

    • ...but Iron Man [wikipedia.org] is a hero and Iron Monger [wikipedia.org] is a villain!

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      rjbs
      • Yes, but consider...

        - who always has the most awesomest lairs located in the most gorgeous locations? (I mean, Syndrome had a tropical island -- with volcano! to himself. What goes Superman has? A shed in the Arctic!)

        - who seems to be prone to collect prestigious titles like 'Baron', 'Count' and 'Prince'? (did Machiavelli wrote his book in honor of a do-gooder? I think not)

        - who more often than not are filthy rich, throw parties left and right and indulge in every entertaining sins know to mankind? (okay, there are exceptions like Tony Stark and Bruce Wayne, but most heros end up being paperboys struggling to make ends meet)

        - who are permitted, nay, expected, to have exotic pets and feed them a minion or two every week?

        With all of that in mind, is joining the Evil League of Evilness such a bad move from our part? :-)