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Linux nonsense

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It's rather amazing just how serious nonsense can sound. To sound this clever yourself, check out the aptly named nonsense. In essence, nonsense is a clever generator of, well, nonsense.

Just extract the archive bundle into a directory of your choosing and you are ready to go. No compiling and no nonsense (pardon the circular reference). Nonsense is a Perl script that works with a collection of templates. If you look in the directory you just created, you'll see an executable file called nonsense and a number of data files as well as a few HTML templates.

Here's how it works. To create the amazing corporate statement above, I simply executed the following command.

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