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If there is an award for thread titles which, at first sight, appear to be gibberish but which, upon looking at the thread, make perfect sense, then evictee, you have just won it!

It is gibberish, albeit ... intriguing.

Insert punctuation and it makes the sense you can see in the comment on the newspaper story.

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If there is an award for thread titles which, at first sight, appear to be gibberish but which, upon looking at the thread, make perfect sense, then evictee, you have just won it!

At last!

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I was drawn to this thread too... now makes perfect sense when reading the telegraph gibberish

reminds me of the discussion we used to have late into the night

"If what is not what, what is what not?"

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It is gibberish, albeit ... intriguing.

Insert punctuation and it makes the sense you can see in the comment on the newspaper story.

This reminds me of a passer by commenting to a sign writer outside of a pub called Pig and Whistle saying "You have put a bigger space between Pig and and and and and Whistle". Is this grammatically correct? Doesn't matter, it amuses my little mind. Back to HPC ...

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