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I must most respectfully and humbly offer up my insignificant disagreement. It is apparent to all brethren that small children without blemish are the best form of sacrifice, reserved only for those greatest of supplications. However, small children are small children. As such, they are a useful sacrifice for such smaller requests as the painless smiting of an unworthy opponent, a minor hailstorm in Nebraska during the winter, etc. Let us not be blinded by those ultimate beseechments into forgetting the working-man's demands.

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In reply to Re2: Ask the Dark Gods by dragonchild
in thread How can I get which Windows domain an IP belongs to? by Anonymous Monk

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