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Japanese anti-virus program.

Practiced by the strict orthidox church of the lord budha, this ritual is performed by transvestite priests to cleans souls and computers of daemons. Despite often being claimed ineffectual, there are still millions who make the annual pilgrimage for cleansing. Traditionally, the pilgrimage, as written in the book of truths, must start exactly 25 days before reaching the temple. All travel is to be done by walking on the palms of the hands only. Feet must not touch the ground during the pilgrimage, and no food can be consumed for the entirety of the journey. Studies were conducted in the late 1990's to compare the effiacy of this ritual to more accepted western methodologies. It was discovered that the ritual was more effective than any Symantec product. Noone knows why, but there are several popular theories.

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