UnNews talk:"Suddenly French Resistance" destroys net censorship

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To blow the red link over into the blue column. Aleister 1:12 20-5-'12

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I dun get it. --Nikau (talk) 12:37, May 22, 2012 (UTC)
This was a VFD challenge to use the SFR button pic, so I wrote up a whole news article about it. The premise is that a button has shown up on all computer keyboards that, if pushed, instantly destroys net censorship for your computer and you can do all the stuff mentioned in the article with it. I guess I have to make it clearer, which I'll do later, now --- food! Aleister minutes later
It is clear. It just doesn't make sense. I like the idea of a useless antivirus program that is actually useful, really. --Nikau (talk) 12:51, May 22, 2012 (UTC)
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