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    Interesting wickedfrags.com Visitor Nugget

    Just reviewed which domain names have visited my website. Was interesting to learn that the 11th most popular domain name was .int (International Treaty Organisations)

    A quick google of .int provided me with the following info about the requirements for getting a .int domain name:

    An international treaty between or among national governments must be provided. We should be able to look up the international treaty in the UN online database of treaties, or you should provide us a copy. Please be sure what you provide is a treaty, not the constitution or bylaws of the organization. We recognize as organizations qualified for domain names under the .int top-level domain the "specialized agencies" of the UN (currently there are 14 of these) and the organizations having "observer status" at the UN (currently 16).

    Wonder how a UN agency stumbled accross my little site???

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    Ever have the feeling of being watched? They are onto you 220g hehe

    On a more serious note... they more than likely found you site through a google search... this proves that UN officials surf the web while at the office... hehe

    IJO

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    more sales for ya
    don't let those man in black suits come into your home.
    and make sure you sleep on your back.. LOL

    moving.. so temporarily out of SW :b8:
    planning next tank, possibly 60x30x20 on 2x plasma.
    updated: 2011/05/30

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    Or maybe cyber nanny came up with your site. Just kidding...
    150 (reef) 56 (FOWLR)
    75 gal sump 25 gal refuge
    300lbs CaribSea Aragonite Reef Sand
    280 lbs of Assorted rock
    Tunze 9010 skimmer, Current USA 48" Fixture
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    50 blue legged hermit, 15 nausaurus/astrea snails
    Yellow tang, 2 clowns, 1 blue chromis, 1 yellow watchman 1 corral beauty
    Colt coral, Frogspawn, Bubble, Donut coral, Mushrooms,Starburst green, Green and orange polyps an Umbrella coral, Purple Long Tentacle Anemone.

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    Hmm.. That is interesting.

    Surely there are a few organizations out there who are interested in the transport and selling of livestock across international borders.

    I understand how those selling coral, a sometimes controversial practice, may be monitored from time to time.

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