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I humbly submit that my name is indeed my name but concatenated with the output for the ultimate obfuscation of Life the Universe & Everything, written by one of the great software authors of the 20th Century, and one hoopy frood who always knew where his towel was, the Late Sir Douglas Adams.

And always remember, if you're lost, get behind someone who looks like they know where they're going.



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