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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • if you get a lump of it out and drop it, it either fractures, much like sweets made from crystalised sugar, or turns straight to power

    Is that Max Power [wikipedia.org]? :-)
  • I too hate sandstone and love limestone. Sandstone, when wet, goes all slimy because lots of stuff loves to grow on it. This makes climbing it a pain in the arse. Limestone, on the other hand, while it might get a bit slippery in the wet, at least doesn't go *slimy* and you can still get a grip.

    Of course, the Derbyshire millstone grit is still the best.