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Got rid of trailing space. Tests pass again.

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t2/humour/fortunes/shlomif.xml

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 > Shlomi,
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 > Have you ever considered taking a Turing test? ;-)
 not detect that the latter fact was true.
 </sarcasm>
 
-	Shlomi Fish in Hackers-IL message No. 2465
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+	Shlomi Fish in Hackers-IL message No. 2465]]></text>
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                 <author>Shlomi Fish</author>
 
 Judging by IRC or AOL, randomly would do just fine ;-)
 
-	Muli Ben-Yehuda in Hackers-IL message No. 3513
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+	Muli Ben-Yehuda in Hackers-IL message No. 3513]]></text>
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                 <author>Muli Ben-Yehuda</author>
 > most of that.
 
 KImageShop is seriously lacking in developers, and the GIMP is to blame
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  +--
 
--- Moses the Smiley by Shlomi Fish
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                 <author>Shlomi Fish</author>
 Subversion (which is a VCS that I have to use against my will) was as good as
 it is.
 
-    -- Shlomi Fish answering to chromatic on 01-April-2007
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+    -- Shlomi Fish answering to chromatic on 01-April-2007]]></text>
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                 <author>Shlomi Fish</author>
 It does not mean what I think it means, but it means what *you* think it
 means.
 
-<evil-laugh>Muahahahah…</evil-laugh>
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+<evil-laugh>Muahahahah…</evil-laugh>]]></text>
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                 <author>Shlomi Fish</author>
 SICP Scheme is easy and fun. But serious LISP code can take too much time to
 understand. OTOH, recently I had little problem reading the source code of
 other Perl programmers, and extending it or fixing bugs. (likewise for
-Python).
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                 <author>Shlomi Fish</author>
 Regards,
 
         Shlomi Fish (a Perl saint^W hero wannabe, but definitely
-        not a Perl God)
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                 <author>Shlomi Fish</author>
 No one expects the Randal Schwartz condition ;)
 
     -- Shlomi Fish, frosty, Duane Obrien and David Fetter in:
-    --http://mail.pm.org/pipermail/sanfrancisco-pm/2008-April/001650.html
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                 <author>Shlomi Fish, frosty, Duane Obrien and David Fetter</author>
 
     -- Shlomi Fish, Guy Hulbert and Shlomi Fish in:
     -- http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.module-authors/2008/04/msg6432.html
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                 <author>Shlomi Fish and Guy Hulbert</author>

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