Interesting artifacts found on February 28, 2012:
(Woops, looks like a new tenant has taken over the subdomain that is identical to a Tumblr I shut down a while ago, and that new person is really into drugs. That got sucked into this post. Sorry about that everyone, I definitely am very anti-drug!)
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