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April 01, 2005


Will Hayworth

That's hysterical! Why not one about the security risk of postcards?

Steve Friedl

> Why not one about the security risk of postcards?

Actually, I did that in the "Additional research" section, though perhaps I was a bit too subtle about it.



April fools ..

(Any other day, and I would've asked somebody what you were smoking when writing this :))

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