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Old 10-02-2007, 01:05 PM   #3
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Pingdom is definitely listed as a referrer. Recently, a forum I debated in a long time ago got hacked. The hacker sent me an e-mail noting he had my information. I noted that in the forum. Maybe, that has something to do with it. I doubt it, but I don't think it's worthwhile to put much time into figuring these anomalies out.

So, if I had a larger and more correct sample, what would you suggest I might find??

However, these discernments can be extremely subtle. For instance, did you notice my title for the thread has a chiastic syllable structure?? Was that intentional?? At an unconscious level, I'm certain it was. But I often have such literary devices in my writing, as I appreciate their power.

One has to go slow, asking what is the effect of the site, and then why, looking for the layers of thought involved.

We don't discuss layered logic in the forum, but it is a subject that interests me much. One thing I've never really done is to encode hidden messages in things I write. There can be a fascinating psychology to that. I have to get around to it some time.

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