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How to "Clear" a Word - 2008-04-08

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<div class="hnews hentry item">[[File:f0.png]] '''<span class="url entry-title">[ How to "Clear" a Word]</span>''' <span class="updated">April 8, 2008</span>, <span class="author vcard"><span class="fn">Ned Lannamann</span>, <span class="org organization-name">Portland Mercury</span></span>
<span class="entry-content">Oobleck!
Are there any Scientologists reading Blogtown right now? Because if there are, they will need to STOP and find out what those words mean before proceeding. According to, a reader must always "clear" a word, or gain a full understanding of its meaning, before continuing -- otherwise, the misunderstanding will linger and cause chaos in the cosmos.</span>
<code><nowiki>{{cite news | first = Ned | last = Lannamann | title = How to "Clear" a Word | url = | work = Portland Mercury | date = April 8, 2008-04-08 | accessdate = 2010-03-13 January 14, 2017 }}</nowiki></code>
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