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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I remember standing on a street corner in New Orleans on New Year's Eve 2000, closing my eyes, and concentrating on my other senses.

    From different directions all around me, I could hear wildly different music, exotic (to my Ozarks ears) accents, and smell all sorts of delicious foods. It was magic.

    And I had the best freshly-fried potato chip there too - yes, that's "chip" not "chips". The place used a Craftsman drill to drive most of a whole potato through a food processor blade, resulting in a wispy th

    • It's a shame the people who have left New Orleans won't remember how to do those things in other cities.

      BTW, they do the same thing with the potato at the Wurst Wagon at the First Saturday computer sale in Dallas each month. It's delicious, although I haven't had one in years, ever since I discovered I liked bratwurst.

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      J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers