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Brum Brum brum, brum brum brum, brum brum
And on the first day, Zeph and Innergoat gave Rossmum the rep
And he saw it was something to be used only for good
Thus, with a quick political joke about Murica
Rep was spread to me with the message of responsibility
And thus Tyrant did spread the rep
And in the following days it was spread some more
Until today, a day when all good men have rep
And FreeLancer is still in the red
PeoPlE keP sayin that ar Rite tu critisise gams is n dngr.
I Sai thy is rite.
In 1869 a book by the esteemed author Victor Hugo was published. Most famously the writer of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame", Hugo had been exiled from France for the political nature of his writings. So, over the first fifteen months that he lived in exile, Hugo wrote "The Man Who Laughs". In the story a small boy named Gwynplaine is abandoned in Western England, and is struggling to find his way in a snow storm. On his way towards nowhere, the boy finds a small blind infant that