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On one of your changes (http://uncyclopedia.org/index.php?title=127.0.0.1&oldid=989523), you replaced "hacking." with " ." at the end of the first paragraph.
The result is that it looks like an accidental typo where someone left a word out, rather than a joke where a word was intentionally blanked. If you want blank space 7 characters wide, use nbsps, like this: " ." will show up as " ."
Also, I reverted your recent changes. Your original joke of censoring just the word "hacking" is somewhat clever, but massively censoring the whole article doesn't really add anything. There are other pages where it's an appropriate joke, but here it just gets in the way. If you disagree, we can discuss it on the article's talk page and get other people's input that way.
Also, please sign comments on talk pages. --23:08, 12 September 2006 (UTC)