Minimal release atm.

Send bug reports ( or preferably patches ) if you want inclusion.

Will generate extra .pm files on demand as soon as we have members (
Trivial Effort )

Recommended quiz for people who have no idea and just want to play
along: <>

Its not guaranteed to be accurate, but that doesn't matter.

Its a generalisation tool.

Just because the generalisation holds that averages of demographic
X[0..50] is "Y", that does not mean you can take X[1] and assert Y.

However, knowing X[1] is between X[0] and X[50] you can conjecture their
odds at being relative to the demographic average Y.

Thus, one can conjecture what one *might* do in a slightly better manner
than enumerating all possible behaviours observed in humans.

Blah blah blah more ranting here.

Creds to "ETHER" <> for the original
entry I stole all the things from and refactored them to death,

Subsequently, my source file is a lot smaller and needs about 3
variables modifed to make a new type.

So just change the files in "/authorlists"


This is a Perl module distribution. It should be installed with whichever
tool you use to manage your installation of Perl, e.g. any of

  cpanm .
  cpan  .
  cpanp -i .

Consult for further instruction.
Should you wish to install this module manually, the procedure is

  perl Makefile.PL
  make test
  make install


This software is copyright (c) 2017 by Kent Fredric

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.