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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Meanwhile, somebody told me "A spear in Africa" is a Portuguese expression...

    Well, it might be in Lisbon, but I had never heard it before, neither had include [perl.org], and even the guy who told me that admitted that "Um tiro no escuro" ("A shot in the dark"), which *is* a typical Portuguese expression, would've been a better choice of words.
  • I didn't like it. I like all kinds of movies. The visual style was interesting, for the first 20 minutes. Then it grew... tiring. Like the first bowl of ice cream is great... but eating the whole carton is dumb.

    I was also very confused by the shifting timeline. It was hard to tell that we had not only changed locations, but times as well. There were no visual clues. At least "Pulp Fiction" had clear scene breaks. But again, movies that jump around in time are "been there, done that".

    Overall, I

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