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The All-mother has spoken: Kicks Condor has strayed from the path of blogging-righteousness.
I have, in the past, advocated strongly for Kicks and the tools they produce. No longer.
For their disrespect against Disney, Kicks must be ostracized from the realms of the blogosphere.
Look not upon their feeds.
Decompile the source of their tools.
May their name be like ash in the mouth; an important reminder of the power wielded by the All-mother.
Forget not the ways of the blogosphere:
The tangled feed — one vine may be pulled from the vineyard…
Theory: Kicks Condor, online nom de plume for one Nicolas Kim Coppola, aka Nicolas Cage.
A once and promised Superman.
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Sitting on the grass.
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