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Fergus Duniho wrote on 2012-05-28 UTC

First, you failed the CAPTCHA on David's address. What you took to be a hyphen is an underscore. Second, you should contact me, not him, about this. Third, this is the same day you posted your message here, and I have still not had breakfast yet. FYI, all the active editors for this site are on Eastern Standard Time and were probably all asleep when you posted.

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