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The content & artworks you find here are copyrighted and belong to its author, that is to say me unless otherwise noted. If you like my work, you can link back to it on your web pages. You may also want to join the conversation, be it by commenting on a post here, in your own articles (which I will be able to notice if you integrate links as pingbacks) or by writing me directly. Please get in touch before using copyrighted content & artwork.
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