Apparently a woman named Candy has been anxious to get some information to my readers. She’s so passionate about her message that she’s fighting to overcome near-illiteracy to get it out. Unfortunately, she left her comments on old posts where most of you won’t get to see them. She seems so intent on reaching you that I thought I would help the poor lass out by relaying her message to you myself.
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She also provided some links, but I’m sure you can find all that stuff through Google.
(Sigh. Fine! I’ll install Akismet. Jerks.)
A Telltale Autopsy
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