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Whilst I seem to be up and running nicely on the blogging front over at J1ST now, I'm afraid I haven't found time for much posting here. So I'm afraid you'll have make do with some choice cuts from elsewhere [Read More]

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I posted the article because I felt a good discussion about it was called for. As you will note at the intro, I cut out several paragraphs that I felt were over the top and not substantiated, and some images that were not originals and could not be sourced.

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