Programming language inventor or...serial killer?

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    8/10... not bad
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    8/10

    Kinda sick eh? The guy who dug up his own mother and danced in her skin... yuck.
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    7/10...i missed the first one so i guess im dead
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    You can tell who is who by their appearance

    I got a 9/10

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    i got a 9/10

    you'd spot a hannibal lector in seconds at an open source conference. your livers safe.

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    I got 5/10...thought there was a twist...half of the time I guess lol.

    Not bad but it might be best to avoid a career in either law enforcement or I.T. recruitment.

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    Originally posted by daspope
    i got a 9/10

    you'd spot a hannibal lector in seconds at an open source conference. your livers safe.
    Nice bump, moron.

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