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[Discuss] BLU's SEO

On October 22, 2013, Richard Pieri wrote:
>Except that it isn't objectively truthful.

Finally! I always wondered if there was objective truth in the
universe. Should someone call Immanuel Kant? (And maybe Einstein?)

Oh by the way, I have a brand new, in-box, 16-core Ubuntu server that
I don't need, and it's sitting on my curbside in case anyone wants it
for free.  In the interests of full disclosure, I must mention that
the outer box was once sneezed on by a 9-year-old child who likes
Hannah Montana, and that to the best of my knowledge, no members of
the Red Sox (or their families) have ever made side-glances at this
server during a hailstorm. Whew, my objective marketing conscience is
now clear.

Dan Barrett
dbarrett at

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