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Crypt::PGP5 - An Object Oriented Interface to PGP5.

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Crypt::PGP5 is Copyright (c) 1999-2000 Ashish Gulhati <hash@netropolis.org>. All Rights Reserved.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Thanks to Barkha for inspiration and lots of laughs; to Rex Rogers at Laissez Faire City for putting together a great environment to hack on freedom technologies; and of-course, to Phil Zimmerman, Larry Wall, Richard Stallman, and Linus Torvalds.

Phil Zimmerman, Larry Wall, Richard Stallman, and Linus Torvalds = et al. (?)

Rex Rogers (among other nyms) = James Ray Houston, Sonny Vleisides' (BFL) dad

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In 1999, he was involved with Laissez Faire City, where he developed Laissez Faire City's OpenPGP compatible messaging engine, and also deployed secure wireless links for Laissez Faire City's consultate in Costa Rica.
Since 2000, he has been actively involved in various security and privacy related efforts

http://www.hashcash.org/source/CHANGELOG

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update everything to point at http://www.hashcash.org now we
     have the domain courtesy of it's previous owner Ashish
     Gulhati <agul@cpan.org> (at no charge -- he declined my
     offer to pay for it and instead gave it to me!)

Hashcash - A Denial of Service Counter-Measure

Adam Back

e-mail: adam@cypherspace.org
1st August 2002

Abstract

Hashcash was originally proposed as a mechanism to throttle systematic abuse of un-metered internet resources
such as email, and anonymous remailers in May 1997. Five years on, this paper captures in one place the various
applications, improvements suggested and related subsequent publications, and describes initial experience from
experiments using hashcash.

The hashcash CPU cost-function computes a token which can be used as a proof-of-work. Interactive and noninteractive variants of cost-functions can be constructed which can be used in situations where the server can issue
a challenge (connection oriented interactive protocol), and where it can not (where the communication is store–and–
forward, or packet oriented) respectively.


Bitcoin P2P e-cash paper

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I've been working on a new electronic cash system that's fully
peer-to-peer, with no trusted third party.

The paper is available at:
[url]http://www.bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf[/url]

The main properties:
 Double-spending is prevented with a peer-to-peer network.
 No mint or other trusted parties.
 Participants can be anonymous.
 New coins are made from Hashcash style proof-of-work.
 The proof-of-work for new coin generation also powers the
    network to prevent double-spending.
Satoshi Nakamoto Sat, 01 Nov 2008 16:16:33 -0700[/url]

Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System

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References
[1] W. Dai, "b-money," http://www.weidai.com/bmoney.txt, 1998.
[2] H. Massias, X.S. Avila, and J.-J. Quisquater, "Design of a secure timestamping service with minimal
trust requirements," In 20th Symposium on Information Theory in the Benelux, May 1999.
[3] S. Haber, W.S. Stornetta, "How to time-stamp a digital document," In Journal of Cryptology, vol 3, no
2, pages 99-111, 1991.
[4] D. Bayer, S. Haber, W.S. Stornetta, "Improving the efficiency and reliability of digital time-stamping,"
In Sequences II: Methods in Communication, Security and Computer Science, pages 329-334, 1993.
[5] S. Haber, W.S. Stornetta, "Secure names for bit-strings," In Proceedings of the 4th ACM Conference
on Computer and Communications Security, pages 28-35, April 1997.

[6] A. Back, "Hashcash - a denial of service counter-measure,"
http://www.hashcash.org/papers/hashcash.pdf, 2002.


[7] R.C. Merkle, "Protocols for public key cryptosystems," In Proc. 1980 Symposium on Security and
Privacy, IEEE Computer Society, pages 122-133, April 1980.
[8] W. Feller, "An introduction to probability theory and its applications," 1957.



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This book contains 33 chapters contributed by Brian Kernighan, Karl Fogel, Jon Bentley, Tim Bray, Elliotte Rusty Harold, Michael Feathers, Alberto Savoia, Charles Petzold, Douglas Crockford, Henry S. Warren, Jr., Ashish Gulhati, Lincoln Stein, Jim Kent, Jack Dongarra and Piotr Luszczek, Adam Kolawa, Greg Kroah-Hartman, Diomidis Spinellis, Andrew Kuchling, Travis E. Oliphant, Ronald Mak, Rogerio Atem de Carvalho and Rafael Monnerat, Bryan Cantrill, Jeff Dean and Sanjay Ghemawat, Simon Peyton Jones, Kent Dybvig, William Otte and Douglas C. Schmidt, Andrew Patzer, Andreas Zeller, Yukihiro Matsumoto, Arun Mehta, TV Raman, Laura Wingerd and Christopher Seiwald, and Brian Hayes.

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Beautiful Code is an opportunity for master coders to tell their story. All author royalties will be donated to Amnesty International.

http://thefree.in/

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FREE was created in July 1994 by Ashish Gulhati, Dr. Arun Mehta and Rishab Aiyer Ghosh as an online forum dedicated to protecting and enhancing fundamental human rights in the electronic domain, and representing the interests of the electronic community in India.

http://web.archive.org/web/19970227011758/http://www.netropolis.org/hash/

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My company, Netropolis Technologies, provides consultancy, training and software for Internetworking applications.

Netropolis

Netropolis is an Extensible, Transparent, Reliable, Open, and Powerful On Line Interaction System. Well, it may not be all of that yet, but it sure makes for an impressive acronym. More details once I have a beta version ready.

Greet Network

At Greet Network, arguably the niftiest greeting card site on the Web, you can create a web page with custom artwork to convey your good wishes on a variety of special occasions. For only $4.95, you get a URL for your greeting that lasts for a month, and is completely mainainable through a web interface. I'm adding artwork and more nifty features to this site on a continuous basis.

Web Architecture

I think of website development as a form of architecture - the organization of virtual spaces, the functionality of the plan, the navigation paths, and the consistency of static and dynamic design are all-important to me. I've honed my skills at web architecture as the co-ordinator of Webware services at Silver Leaf Software, as the online editor of Connect Magazine, and through my own ventures.

Technical Journalism

I used to write a monthly column called Cyberpunk for India's largest selling and fastest growing computer magazine - PC Quest. Here are electronic versions of some of my articles for PC Quest and other Indian computer magazines.

Looking For Work

I will undertake interesting and/or specialized HTML and Perl hacking on a freelance basis in order to make some money in a hard currency ;-) I'm also looking for a job in Las Vegas. Employer should be willing and able to arrange an immigration visa. In exchange, I'll work cheap. Here's my resumé.

I'm 22 years old, 5'10" tall, have long curly hair, dark eyes, pointed ears and an IQ of 180, according to those bright folks at Mensa. I'm always juggling some mad amount of activities and in the middle of reading an even madder number of books. I know what it sounds like, but it isn't ADD - thank God for small mercies.

Education

Having found much of my own formal education a tedious and boring process, bordering on the intolerable, I'm very interested in innovative educational techniques. Here you'll find some essays on education that I've written and some pointers to interesting education related sites.

India

Well, it's my country. Here's my constantly evolving web-project to present a rather different perspective on "the gritty, sexy, real India", to borrow a wonderful phrase from Karl Taro Greenfeld.

PGP Public Key

Mail to me in India is easily and routinely read by sysadmins at the government-owned service provider. If you can, use PGP when mailing me.
 
PERL, I like to insist, stands for Perl-Emacs-Rand-Linux, the four things I'm most passionate about. So here are my pages on these modern-day wonders. (Most pages are still under construction. Should be up 'soonish' ;-).

Perl

Larry Wall's interpreted systems language, Perl, features a potent mix of the best 'magic beads' from languages of the past, a very tight economy of expression, zero bureaucratic baggage, and more than one way to do anything. It's now object oriented, extensible, embeddable, and better than ever.

Emacs

Richard Stallman's full-screen, extensible, customizable, self-documenting editor with a built-in lisp system. 'Nuff said. This beast is the greatest boon to efficiency since the roller ball bearing, and it runs on practically any platform.

Rand

IMHO, Ayn Rand was this century's most profound thinker and the greatest literary artist of all time. Her portrayal of man as an independent, efficacious, rational being is worth experiencing, no matter which side you take in the violent controversy that surrounds her and her works.

Linux

The Operating System "of the people, for the people, by the people", Linux is a veritable revolution in free software. Having used and reviewed practically every desktop OS in common use, I found that Linux is simply the coolest way to run your computer. It's my OS of choice and I'm an outspoken Linux advocate in India.

http://web.archive.org/web/19970227011758/http://www.netropolis.org/hash/

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Name: Ashish Gulhati
DoB: 16 October 1973
Address: 140 Sunder Nagar, New Delhi-3, India
Phone: +91 11 4615433
Fax: +91 11 4601978
E-Mail: hash@netropolis.or

<Please, Jehovah, don't tell me it's the same day BFL was planning to ship!>

Satoshi Nakamoto will be 40 years old this year. How's on the birthday party committee?

Also from his resume:

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With this foray into electronic commerce, I developed a sense of the economics of the Internet, and measured the revenue-generation potential of the Web as marketplace. Encouraged by my initial discoveries, I am going to focus most of my energies on this activity for the foreseeable future.

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Since September 1997, I have been developing and maintaining the website of The American Reporter, mostly gratis, motivated by the unique nature of the publication and its role in the defeat of the Communications Decency Act.

Surely does explain why Satoshi's fond of the word Karma.


I did my part. Feel free to now punch holes in my theory or verify what I've presented.

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And yes, a person with an IQ of 180 would hide in plain sight: au.linkedin.com/in/agulhati


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Good work Phinn, he's the most likely candidate that I've seen yet. Anybody who's smart enough to come up with proof-of-work can also come up with Bitcoin.

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http://web.archive.org/web/19970227011758/http://www.netropolis.org/hash/

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Languages mastered include C, C++, 80x86 Assembly, 680x0 Assembly, Lisp, Pascal, FORTRAN, BASIC, Smalltalk, Scheme, Forth, Mops, and Perl.

Operating Systems explored at a system level include DOS, Microsoft Windows, Minix, Coherent, Unix System V, OS/2, and Mac OS.

680x0 cross compiler for 80x86 machines. Written in 80x86 assembly.

Device driver for LIM EMS PC card. Written in 80x86 assembly.

System software for standalone 68020 computer system, with serial and parallel communications interfaces, display driver, and a system debugger. Written in 680x0 assembly.

Shared memory IPC API for 680x0 PC daughterboard.

Library Information System with extensive cataloguing, search, and accounting features. Written in Pascal.

Collaborative workspace wordprocessor with shared cursors and views for interactive collaboration, as well as a range of annotation features for non-interactive collaboration, written in C++.

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Formal Education
Modern School, New Delhi, India
Graduated in June 1991. Final grade: A.
SAT Scores: Verbal 700, Math 780

Willamette University, Salem, OR, USA
Philosophy major. First semester GPA - 3.2/4.0. Senator in the student senate for first semester. Dropped out after the first semester because I realized that all I was really doing at college was drinking beer. I didn't see why I should be paying $10,000 tuition fees just to drink beer all year. Spent the rest of the year in the university electronics lab before returning to India.

au.linkedin.com/in/agulhati

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Education

Swinburne University of Technology
MIT, IT
2009 – 2010
Delhi Vishwavidyalaya
B.A., English Literature
1993 – 1996
Willamette University
1991 – 1992

See what happens when you hang around Sonny's dad too long?

BTW, my SAT's score was 720/800, respectively, and I didn't even graduate at the top 10% of my HS class.

After taking the test, I knew in my heart that I aced the math part. Afterwards, my dad and I left IU and went fishing in Brown County, Indiana.

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So Mr. ashish gulhati aka your satoshi nakamoto lives near me..  Grin
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http://thefree.in/

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FREE was created in July 1994 by Ashish Gulhati, Dr. Arun Mehta and Rishab Aiyer Ghosh as an online forum dedicated to protecting and enhancing fundamental human rights in the electronic domain, and representing the interests of the electronic community in India.

http://web.archive.org/web/19970227011758/http://www.netropolis.org/hash/

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My company, Netropolis Technologies, provides consultancy, training and software for Internetworking applications.

...

Rand

IMHO, Ayn Rand was this century's most profound thinker and the greatest literary artist of all time. Her portrayal of man as an independent, efficacious, rational being is worth experiencing, no matter which side you take in the violent controversy that surrounds her and her works.


No matter with an IQ of 180 - anyone who believe's the bolded comments above is either extremely narrow minded or certifiably crazy.

"Bitcoin has been an amazing ride, but the most fascinating part to me is the seemingly universal tendency of libertarians to immediately become authoritarians the very moment they are given any measure of power to silence the dissent of others."  - The Bible
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Scroll down to page 161 to read the entire chapter.

http://iearobotics.com/alberto/lib/exe/fetch.php?media=teaching:beatufulcode.pdf

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N MID-1999 I FLEW TO COSTA RICA TO WORK WITH LAISSEZ FAIRE CITY, a group that was working to create software systems to help usher in a new era of individual sovereignty.*

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http://thefree.in/

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FREE was created in July 1994 by Ashish Gulhati, Dr. Arun Mehta and Rishab Aiyer Ghosh as an online forum dedicated to protecting and enhancing fundamental human rights in the electronic domain, and representing the interests of the electronic community in India.

http://web.archive.org/web/19970227011758/http://www.netropolis.org/hash/

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My company, Netropolis Technologies, provides consultancy, training and software for Internetworking applications.

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Rand

IMHO, Ayn Rand was this century's most profound thinker and the greatest literary artist of all time. Her portrayal of man as an independent, efficacious, rational being is worth experiencing, no matter which side you take in the violent controversy that surrounds her and her works.


No matter with an IQ of 180 - anyone who believe's the bolded comments above is either extremely narrow minded or certifiably crazy.


Honestly, I may even agree with you on that, but there's a many people who believe in God who are not crazy, as well as a many people who don't believe in God who are not crazy. We'll save this discussion for another time, though. Thanks for your insight.

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PERL, I like to insist, stands for Perl-Emacs-Rand-Linux, the four things I'm most passionate about. So here are my pages on these modern-day wonders. (Most pages are still under construction. Should be up 'soonish' ;-).

Perl

Larry Wall's interpreted systems language, Perl, features a potent mix of the best 'magic beads' from languages of the past, a very tight economy of expression, zero bureaucratic baggage, and more than one way to do anything. It's now object oriented, extensible, embeddable, and better than ever.

Emacs

Richard Stallman's full-screen, extensible, customizable, self-documenting editor with a built-in lisp system. 'Nuff said. This beast is the greatest boon to efficiency since the roller ball bearing, and it runs on practically any platform.

[...]

Linux

The Operating System "of the people, for the people, by the people", Linux is a veritable revolution in free software. Having used and reviewed practically every desktop OS in common use, I found that Linux is simply the coolest way to run your computer. It's my OS of choice and I'm an outspoken Linux advocate in India.[/size]

alas, the first versions of Bitcoin came developed with Microsoft(!) Visual Studio(!). A sacrilege for a Linux and Emacs warrior.

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alas, the first versions of Bitcoin came developed with Microsoft(!) Visual Studio(!). A sacrilege for a Linux and Emacs warrior.

You don't think that a guy with an IQ of 180 can think that far ahead and plant some false leads? LOL. He's pretty much a perfect fit in every way.

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http://iearobotics.com/alberto/lib/exe/fetch.php?media=teaching:beatufulcode.pdf

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Meeting the market’s demands is how application code
becomes beautiful in a commercial sense,...

To think that I've walked in the footsteps of Satoshi Nakamoto when I visited the Taj Mahal back in '90.

I am so surrounded by white light now.

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You don't think that a guy with an IQ of 180 can think that far ahead and plant some false leads? LOL. He's pretty much a perfect fit in every way.

capable yes, but as said, it'd be a sacrilege... aren't you familiar with the FOSS crowd?  Wink

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http://iearobotics.com/alberto/lib/exe/fetch.php?media=teaching:beatufulcode.pdf

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IN MID-1999 I FLEW TO COSTA RICA TO WORK WITH LAISSEZ FAIRE CITY, a group that was working to create software systems to help usher in a new era of individual sovereignty.

The group at LFC was working primarily to develop a suite of software designed to protect and enhance individual rights in the digital age, including easy-to-use secure email, online dispute mediation services, an online stock exchange, and a private asset trading and banking system. My interest in many of the same technologies had been piqued long ago by the cypherpunks list and Bruce Schneier’s Applied Cryptography (Wiley), and I’d already been working on prototype implementations of some of these systems.

The most fundamental of these were systems to deliver strong and usable communications privacy to just about everybody.

When I stepped into LFC’s sprawling “interim consulate” outside San José, Costa Rica, they had a working prototype of a secure webmail system they called MailVault. It ran on Mac OS 9, used FileMaker as its database, and was written in Frontier. Not at all the mix of technologies you’d want to run a mission-critical communications service on, but that’s what the programmers had produced.

It was no surprise the system crashed early and often, and was extremely fragile. It could hardly support two concurrent users. LFC was facing a credibility crisis with its investors, as their software releases had been delayed many times, and their first beta of MailVault, the flagship product, was no gem. So in the free time left over from my contract network and system administration work at LFC, I started writing a new secure mail system from scratch.

This system is now named Cryptonite and has been in constant off-and-on development
and testing since then, in between other projects.

The first functioning prototype of Cryptonite was licensed to LFC as MailVault beta 2, and was open for testing in September 1999. It was the first OpenPGP-compatible webmail system available for public use and was almost immediately put to the test by LFC’s investors and beta testers. Since that time, Cryptonite has evolved in many ways through interaction with users, the open source community, and the market. While not an open source product itself, it has led to the development of numerous components I decided to release as open source along the way.

Imagine Ashish walking into Sonny's BFL's facility now seeing the same clusterfuck.

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To show that Ashish was well aware of James Orlin Grabbe's DMT (Digital Monetary Trust), I offer up the following: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/silk-list/message/4857

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You're joking, right?

No. I admit I haven't really been following details of the alleged
evidence being produced in support of the idea that there were human
hijackers on board the plane, but the bits I did hear about - the
miraculous passport discovery, the arabic flight manuals, the
convenient co-incidence of the hijackers' bags not being put on the
flight - was all so obviously fabricated as to be insulting to the
intelligence of those who are expected to buy it.

I've heard of no really good evidence linking Osama to operation 911,
but a small thing like the lack of evidence isn't stopping the US from
bombing the fuck out of Afghanistan. Nor is there any evidence (I know
of) that the alleged terrorists used encryption or steganography to
aid in this operation, but that little detail isn't stopping US
congresscritters from pushing through draconian electronic
surveillance measures.

It's just as obvious that none of this is related to actually
combatting a terrorist threat, but is simply a way to distract
attention from irritating and unpatriotic things like evidence and
logic.

Add to this the fact that the US recently conducted successful tests
of unmanned trans-pacific flight using an aircraft with a wingspan
about the same as that of a 737, and alternate theories don't seem so
far fetched:

http://www.zolatimes.com/V5.42/operation911.html

The link above is dead, but... http://web.archive.org/web/20011201233333/http://www.zolatimes.com/V5.42/operation911.html

About DMT: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Orlin_Grabbe#Digital_Monetary_Trust

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In November 1999, a series of articles in the Laissez Faire City Times presented the Digital Monetary Trust project, which was a proposed financial trust providing private, anonymous accounts for individuals and entities within the DMT system, in order to securely store anonymous capital or to make anonymous monetary transactions.

That is, the DMT will be in the business of providing privacy, and doing so in a cryptographical framework which provides a more solid basis for customer anonymity than the traditional ones of (allegedly) tight-lipped bankers or (often-leaky) banking secrecy laws.
—Orlin Grabbe

The ONLY person at Camp LFC at that time (mid to late '99) able to put together the DMT was Ashish.

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And yes, a person with an IQ of 180 would hide in plain sight: au.linkedin.com/in/agulhati


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http://netrosnooper.software.informer.com/

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netrosnooper is developed by Netropolis. The most popular version of this product among our users is 2.0. The product will soon be reviewed by our informers.

http://articles.software.informer.com/earn-a-million-with-bitcoin.html

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Ashish Gulhati
Chief Developer at Neomailbox and Owner, Netropolis Technologies

I'm afraid to connect any more dots, fearing I've discover that Josh Zerlan is Satoshi's PR guy. I've already found one post by Ashish that'll make Josh's vial rants acceptable at the Vatican, namely the cocksucker ones.

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Guess who lives in Melbourne, AU, and follows Bitcoin tweeps?

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Proof that Ashish worked on Hashcash: http://web.archive.org/web/20070111153902/http://www.netropolis.org/hash/blog.cgi/About/CV.html?seemore=y

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May 28, 2013, 02:27:45 AM
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Very nice deductions Phinnaeus Smiley

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