the first five links seem to be written in the form
which parses assymetrically and ends up being
<LINK>(literal [)NODE</LINK>(literal ])
which, by some miracle, actually works as a link (because the engine removes the [ from the node name before searching); but it still looks silly.
update: bizrrely, if you got to "comment on this node" that problem goes away. maybe it is an engine problem, after all. we shall pray to the patron saint of local undocumented features for guidance in this matter.
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