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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I'm amazed the cats outside didn't stare up at them

    Recently, somebody who owns two [flickr.com] cats [flickr.com] and has now moved from a 6th floor to a 3rd one told me cats can't really see that far (don't ask me why).

    She said in her previous flat the cats would never look outside, given that they just couldn't see anything. In the place she's living now they're always at the window, staring. She says they're not able to see everything way down, but at least they can see some shades moving when people walk by.

    Anyway, that's what s
  • You're in Ketchikan, right?

    My wife and I just (last weekend) finished a SEA-based Alaskan inside passage cruise which included Ketchikan as a port. We were part of the nasty horde of tourists in Ketchikan on (I think) Sept 7th. Cruising seems to be a great way to travel, but a horrible way to visit someplace.

    If I had unlimited funds, I'd like to cruise for a week with no ports of call, end up in some new location, stay at the new location (in a hotel or somewhere off ship) for a few weeks (without a horde o
    • Yup, I'm in Ketchikan. I tell ya, if you like bleary overcast weather, Ketchikan is the place to be. It rains almost every day or night. But the benefit of it, is that all that cloud cover holds the heat in at night -- even if it hides the few faint auroras.