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iPhone video documenting your ongoing gang stalking
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Innovative new slang for gay sex
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Random forum username of doom
Multivolume Autobots fanfiction saga
Hardcore rap about Unix
10,000-word thesis on why Atlas Shrugged in the greatest book ever written and Ayn Rand's corpse should be elected president
Blog entry lamenting your parents' refusal to call you "Night Rain"
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Photoshop of Ron Paul throwing president Obama into Mt. Doom
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