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All websites have a “about us” don’t they. You have to have one to be “transparent” , just like Enron.
Who are we? Are we part of the Illuminati, CondoWondo’s, sub section of CIA and M16 sub section 1/a342.
WTF!?
Seriously, not to be taken too seriously, but to be considered seriously. We write about things we want to write, things that make us excited, passionate and just plain irritated or flabbergasted.
I might rant about some things so be warned. If you are good, and know Eddie Izzard, John Galt, Richard Dawkins,  and more, you just might understand what we are writing about.
But if you don’t, go away. Serenity now!!!!!!!

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