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Could someone please explain this as i am not quite so savvy in the wild and whacky world of the Internet.
Today I began building my Vostroyan army and while gathering as much information about them as is out there, I decided to Google 'Vostroyan First Born'. On page 2 (second entry) I found a very familiar quote which i recognized as coming from my L.O. blog. I clicked on it and blam!, there's my avatar and the entire blog entry!
This is all cool, I mean, hey, I'm a star! But tell me please how an entry posted on this site winds up amongst the Google Hit Parade.
Can't wait to hear this one!
Postscript: Okay, so I just went back to the Google archives to show this to someone and now it's gone! I know it was there! Despite what my avatar might lead people to believe, the 60's weren't that good to me! (Okay, they were pretty good, I'll admit!)
At any rate, someone's got some 'splainin' to do!
Last edited by Sartorious; March 17th, 2007 at 03:24.
It's the Hisenberg Uncertainty Principle. Your observation changed its state.
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