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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I see what you mean though. Of course, considering everyone my age in my family happily punches away at their computers for as much time as they can get, and both my brother-in-law and I work in the same field, at the same company, it's pretty understandable. After all, if you've got IRC, why do you have to meet in person?
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    -man Michael A Nachbaur
  • I've noticed this in all parts of daily life but, thankfully, most of my family aren't geeks so family gatherings are mercifully gadget-free. It's ironic that these things that people are declaring as 'revolutionizing' communications seem to do the exact opposite with regard to meatspace interactions which don't include the digital solliloquy of email or the navel gazing of blogs. It's the future I suspect unless more people start to notice this trend soon and start to actively resist the downward slide.
  • return EINSUFFICIENTALCOHOL

    Go on, spike granny's tea with tequila. ;-)

    -Dom

  • My SO is going to the Big Spring Jam [bigspringjam.org] in Alabama, and I am required for attendance. Despite the fact that I recognize perhaps 7 acts from last year (and I only like 3 of them), I have been forbidden from bringing a laptop or PDA to said event, which was how I was planning to spend my time there. Each time I ask, "What will I do, though?" she repeats again that there is alcohol for sale there.

    My only option, then, is to drink until the music's over. I've never been drunk for three days straight before, b

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