Arcata [L]Eyer Defends Pot Growing is Violent Statement

Peace be with you

It is obvious that Terrence doesn’t have the skills required to back up his point that pot growers are all violent murders. On the one hand we have the idiotor of the [L]Eye telling us how much the pot growers love him, and on the other we have the [L]Eye here talking about how all the growers are violent and blood thirsty. I don’t buy either one of those scenarios. I neither believe that the growers love Hoover, nor do I believe that a killing out in Kneeland is indicative of pot growers.

I gave Terrence an opportunity to make his point, but all he did was claim that that one grower was fucked-up. Perhaps he is right about that one grower, but there are tens of thousands of growers in this world. I know for a fact that the cops place a lot of blown out of proportion emphasis on pot growers who own guns. I knew a grower who had guns his grandfather had given him, and though he told me he had never fired them, the cops told the papers he was “armed and dangerous” between the time they raided his house, and he turned himself in.

By Terrence’s logic any profession in which a member of that profession murdered someone, then everyone in that profession is a violent person. What about that psychiatrist at Fort Hood,? or that BBC reporter who killed his wife? Is psychiatry, or news reporting an inherently violent business?

I have seen the [L]Eye paint everyone with the same broad strokes before. Think about how it claims that all houseless people do exactly what the worst ones do. The [L]Eye uses this type of sensationalism to label those they don’t like, and it is obvious from past [L]Eye editorials that this is the case with pot growers.

I gave Terrence a chance to explain his views, on a topic he personally wanted to talk about. But in typical [L]Eye style he resorted to their “run tad out of town” motif. Terrence should be thankful that he found someone like Hoover, because if his guest post here is indicative of his journalism skills, he would otherwise just be another drunk on the tracks.

Here is his journalism in its entirety:

Good God, that band sucks.

OK – here it is, Tadarooni. Please print in full.

Growers who kill their imported Guatemalan laborers and hunt them through the night are terrible people and not fit to smoke the shitty ass dope they grow.

End scene. Critique till yer fingers bleed.

If there was ever a better buddy film I’d like to see, the feel-good movie of the summer… Tad and Bravo on the road.

I will buy the Greyhound tix.

Love ya, smooches. Send me a post card.


I guess I should explain that if I’m going to have McNally and Hoover trolling my blog for the next six months, I shall use that time to deconstruct their newspeak. The newspeak method we are dealing with today is taking individual events, sensationalizing them, and applying it to a group. I don’t know enough to say what happened in Kneeland. Even after all is said and done, there is a good chance I will still only know the version of the story they want me to hear.

It always saddens me when someone gets killed, whether it is an unarmed man in the woods, or one on the highway in Blue Lake – may peace be with them.

love eternal


79 Responses to “Arcata [L]Eyer Defends Pot Growing is Violent Statement”

  1. Hank Sims Says:

    Aw, dude. NAILED.

    I totally remember that time Terrence said all pot growers are violent murderers.

    • theplazoid Says:

      Peace be with you Hank

      What he wrote was” Tad – can we change the subject to that murder/attempted murder (the dude was shot in the friggin’ face)?

      I want to read your thoughts on the continued peaceful and harmless aspects of industrial marijuana production.

      I believe his point was clear.

      love eternal

  2. The Real Nick Bravo Says:

    No one in Arcata cares for the Eye, it can barely stay in business with its political connections. Should a real newspaper go to Arcata the Eye would certainly fail. But the truth is that most people don’t care about what goes on in Arcata as long as it doesnt affect them personally. People in Eureka have told me that they look at Arcata like its that mentally retarded sister ya keep in the basement and drag her out occasionally out of pity. Hoover and Terrence are simply bashing pot to protect their friends in government who grow and sell, defame the competition and they’ll keep getting subsidized. Arcata is indeed a socialist hellhole….Kim Jong Ill would feel right at home in Arcata.

  3. Terrence McNally Says:

    Wow. Crystal skillz, again Theodore.

    Also, Rage Against the Machine is not very good.

    • theplazoid Says:


      I don’t get it. What are you saying you’ve been doing crystal meth with someone named theodore? Your in you own little world.

      love eternal

  4. Anonymous Says:

    Tad, when you lie about people, people no longer believe you.

    Learn to love yourself and maybe you’ll learn to love others. You’re just mean. I’ve only seen greater hatred from Hollywood.

  5. Anonymous Says:

    “No one in Arcata cares for the Eye” – what’s their circulation then?

    ” People in Eureka have told me that they look at Arcata like its that mentally retarded sister ya keep in the basement and drag her out occasionally out of pity. ” – because thats what they do with family in eureka

    “Hoover and Terrence are simply bashing pot to protect their friends in government who grow and sell” – ummmmm that’s good libel

    “Arcata is indeed a socialist hellhole” – why come back nickles?

    Tad, you are just a bum in a dirty hat
    nick, you are just a bum with out a dirty hat

  6. Anonymous Says:

    censorship is facism

    you have become your own worst nightmare Taddy

    good luck with that

  7. Terrence McNally Says:

    Oh, then nevermind.
    You’re solid. Rock solid, Tad.

    (p.s. Rage blows giant chunks of manufactured dissent).

  8. Terrence McNally Says:

    And praise be to Jah for all the cannabis growers who have not murdered their imported Guatemalan laborers today.

    Much obliged.

  9. Terrence McNally Says:


  10. Terrence McNally Says:

    shit, I was late.

  11. theplazoid Says:

    Peace topcat

    I didn’t censor anyone, I’ve been gone all day. You guys are still grasping at straws. I hope for your sake it is you guys hitting my site 300 times a day, otherwise people are figuring ya’ll out. WordPress’ spam guard rejected 5 comments for what ever reasons spam guard rejects comments. It does that, and I don’t know why.

    I should also point out that my name is tad, not “taddy,” not “theodore,” note t-ro, and not tadarooni. I prefer to be called by my name. I see it as another example of your immaturity. And, I again take this opportunity to point out that you’re the immature mother fuckers some Arcatans get there news from.

    I am not just a bum with a dirty hat. I am at least enough of something else to have all the local editors on my blog, which they all claim they can’t stand, attacking me with baseless and irrelevant bullshit. You guys remind me of those cartoon characters who bail like crazy after shooting a hole in their own boat. You must have a reason for coming after me like this. More people are figuring you out every comment.

    All my friends, and myself, like both Arcata, and Eureka. All most none of my friends like the governments, the cops, the press, or that small group of business people who want to tell everyone else what to do, in either of these towns.

    Yeah, what is the [L]Eye’s circulation? AHow many of those are in Arcata?, and what was it last year?

    Well, I get to get cracking on the next installment in my “pet troll” series. I’ve been pondering what the political mileage is with all the “pet names,” and how it fits in the propaganda machine.

    love eternal

  12. Terrence McNally Says:

    Oh, the Eye’s circulation is admittedly small, Tad Robinson… averages about 3,000 per week. Approximately 1,200 of that are subscribers.

    Per federal USPS guidelines we publish that information every October.

    Sometimes that number makes me sad.

    The subscription is kind of nice. Lots of people take the subscription at a home that they share with perhaps a spouse and/or children because they’ve experienced genuine love in their lives and have been able to maintain and foster relationships with other human beings and create families that… uh, I’m getting off topic.

    Anyway, so that 1,200 number means that an additional one or two people are picking it up… I’ll just play it safe and say that number would be 2,400 in-home readers.

    So together with the over-the-counter/rack sales it’s piddly – around 4,000 readers a week. So approximately a quarter of Arcata’s population (16,000) is reading the Eye each week, which is, admittedly nowhere near Teeronovich’s impact on the world… but hey, it’s a living!

    Interesting side note: many readers report reading the Eye because they’re interested in keeping track of community events or participate in volunteer outings or like to see the obits or want to see what time Moon Alice is playing at the Wave…

    But every single one of them – to a person – tell us that they read the Eye because they know that marijuana has killed more people than the Bubonic Plague, Potato Famine, that SE Asis Tsunami, the Civil War and ergot poisoning combined.

    We hear this daily.

  13. Anonymous Says:

    you go from high horse to gutter in the blink of an eye plazoid.

  14. theplazoid Says:

    Peace be with you

    So the number is 3000, 1200 with subscription, and the rest bought through retail.

    I don’t know what the rest of that was. I assume it is an attempt at satire, or humor, but am not really sure. I know it was not a math lesson.

    I think some of it might be you reading something into it that isn’t there. How exactly do you know that all 1200 subscribers are getting someone else to read their paper? I mean 1200 means 1200, not 2400 that’s a guess. How many of those 1200 do not live in Arcata? When I read the [L]Eye years ago, I would often see out of town letters praising the police log, or some other Hoover tragedy. Surely those people don’t pick it up at their Wyoming piggly wiggly. I would imagine if you have statistics that say by ordering 3000 papers, you have 4000 readers, then surely you have information on how many out of town subscriptions you have.

    I didn’t really get that whole spouse and/or family thing. Are you doing a “family values” thing? Are you like Fox News? Thanks for the information.

    love eternal

  15. Terrence McNally Says:

    meh… sometimes I feel like there’s just no pleasing you, T-T-T-T-T-Tad.

    Anyway… back to that murder in the hills!

  16. mresquan Says:

    “People in Eureka have told me that they look at Arcata like its that mentally retarded sister ya keep in the basement and drag her out occasionally out of pity.”

    Well those people who tell you that are clueless Nick.Eureka’s politico establishment with most control over the city have put the city into a 4.5 million dollar deficit,with no prospects for future economic growth and lacking the will and ability to take care of its most vulnerable residents.Arcata on the other hand has held a steady economic base and has been able to keep some cash on hand and some will power to assist its most vulnerable residents fairly well in comparison to the city to its south.

  17. theplazoid Says:

    Peace be with you

    If you mean that lies, deception, and rhetoric don’t please me, your right. I asked a simple straight forward question, but you had to start inflating your answer. Then just to confuse the issue you implied that I have no “genuine love” in my life. Then you finish it off with an implication that the [L]Eye is supportive of pot growers, yet the post is about how you tried to make it sound like the murder in Kneeland is the expected result of growing pot. But if it is any consolation, I believe you when you say people don’t buy your rag for the news.

    So no, I am not pleased with you newspeak comments. I am never pleased by idiot, liars, and thieves. It has been my experience that when one finds one of those they usually have found all three.

    love eternal

  18. Terrence McNally Says:


    well then.

    Hey, can we at least agree, that on the rare occasions, industrial, non-medical cannabis producers murder their employees it’s a very bad thing.

    It would mean a lot to me. And if you agree, I’ll buy you an ice cream from the Scoop.

    • theplazoid Says:

      Peace be with you Terrence

      Thanks for the ice cream offer, but I’d rather not. I would say that without exception anyone who murders anyone in any profession is a very bad thing. But that is not what the [L]Eye is trying to do. You are trying to re-paint growers as all bad things.

      So though we agree that some pot growers, just like some news reporters, do bad things, the over all emphasis of your comment was see pot growers bad. And, drop that “industrial” bullshit.

      love eternal

  19. Anonymous Says:

    so I’m not going to call you a liar, one who passes on KNOWN falsehoods,
    but you don’t bother to prove you allegations, and you repeat the allegations as if they are proven truths.

    You and Hoover should interview each other, with Terrible Terrence somewhere else, ask a few questions and try to stay somewhat polite.
    Get to the bottom of this pissing match.

    When you don’t bother to prove your allegations then you appear to be a crazy bum in a dirty hat who only likes the sound of his own voice.

    • theplazoid Says:

      Peace be with you

      I could better defend my position if I knew exactly what you believe is an untruth. If you think, that I think, that Terrence can really fuck a rat, then you are mistaking sarcasm with reality. If however, you think Terrence and the [L]Eye are not attacking pot growers, and claiming to be their friends at the same time, then I can add to your understanding.

      Here ( is exactly what Terrence wrote. It generalizes pot growers, as exemplified by his comparison to the Kneeland tragedy.

      If this does not help you with your problem with my truth, please be specific as to what the hell your talking about.

      love eternal

      • Terrence McNally Says:

        Oh, Tad – this whole time I thought you were saying that my penis was really, really tiny.
        But it was sarcasm!

        We’ve made a lot or progress today!

      • Hank Sims Says:

        You can hardly call it progress if WordPress fascisti only allow three levels of indentation.

  20. jackdurham Says:

    Not everyone lives alone. Sometimes there are two or three people in a household, sometimes more. They share their publications. So when I get my National Geographic in the mail, I read it and….

    Oh fuck. What the hell is wrong with me? Why am I explaining this? I need to get back to work and start gearing up for the War on Christmas.

    • theplazoid Says:

      Peace be with you Jack

      Wouldn’t you also say that some people buy the paper and never read it? I understand your point, but the question was, “what is the circulation?” If you asked me how big my dick is, I certainly would not measure it during an outing of the polar bear club (well, maybe I would, but most people wouldn’t). Your point is not lost on me, and I’ll even concede he might have 4000 + readers. Actually I would rather see one person buy one of his papers, and 4000 people read it, than the other way around.

      love eternal

      • Terrence McNally Says:

        Uh… Tad – we’re trying to plan a journalism party here.
        Can you get going on another blog post, or something?

      • Jack Durham Says:

        Being that I’m not very good with decimals, I’d refrain from asking about the size of your ding dong. As for the Eye, the Nazis who run it charge $1 per issue. If people aren’t going to read it, I bet they don’t buy it. Some issues are read by 1 person, some by 2 and some by 10. Some just look at the photos. Others only read a few pages, while some read everything, including the legal ads. I don’t anything more than you do about the Eye’s circulation. But I do know that such numbers are gross estimates. They might be higher, or they might be lower

  21. Terrence McNally Says:

    You’re saying Tad is Santa Claus!

    He knows what you are saying
    He knows when you’re at work
    He knows what goes on inside
    and He knows that you’re a jerk

    Youuuuuuuuu… better watch out
    You better not lie
    You better not complain when people get high

    Taddy Clause is staying in town

  22. Terrence McNally Says:

    Hey, Jack – what do you think about the SF Giants’ prospects this season?

  23. Terrence McNally Says:

    Hey, Hank – I’m having trouble with my new Gmail Call Phone.
    Did you get yours working?

  24. jackdurham Says:

    The important thing with the Giants is to keep hope alive.

  25. jackdurham Says:

    I spilled water on my iTouch a month ago. I put it in a bag of rice, like everyone told me too. It still doesn’t work.

    But that’s OK. I replaced it and was able to salvage by Atom Fart app from my computer.

  26. Hank Sims Says:

    My mic isn’t working right now, but yeah — I made some calls on it Friday, and even took a call that would have normally been directed to my cell phone. I only give out my Google Voice number these days, so this was super-convenient.

    But now something’s off. I use Ubuntu Linux, and it’s superior in almost every way to Windows, but its sound management scheme kinda sucks. See this amusing diagram someone posted a while back.

    The upshot being that I can’t figure out how to pipe the signal from my front mic jack into the audio stack right now. Last week, like I say — worked great. This week, nothing.

    This is all exacerbated by the dumbed-down audio manager that shipped with Ubuntu 10.04. I had just about mastered the old, insanely complex version of the audio manager — then I went and upgraded, and it’s gone. Now I can’t get this ostensibly simpler interface to work properly or consistently.

    Any help?

  27. Terrence McNally Says:

    I don’t know, that sounds like kind of a convoluted effort, Hank.
    I guess I’m just old fashioned and will continue to rely on my banged up Verizon cell!

    EL OH EL!!

    And I still have a rotary phone at home!

    EL OH EL!!

    Jack, that musta been a pretty big bag o rice!

    EL OH EL!!

  28. Terrence McNally Says:

    Oh, sorry, Jack… I thought for a minute you were talking about an iPad!
    You don’t need that big a bag o rice for an iTouch.

    EL OH EL!!!

  29. jackdurham Says:

    Not to change subjects, but have you ever used a Dewalt Reciprocating Saw? It’s the best mother-fucking tool in the world. It shaves a lot of time off a project.

    I know, I know. I sound like a born again Christian, preaching about the wonders of the savior. But really, it’s a “safe your,” as in “safe your time.”

    You can cut through metal. Cut through wood. You could probably even cut through bullshit, and maybe even a little red tape.

    I’m just saying…

  30. Terrence McNally Says:

    Is that the lithium battery model?

    My Makita holds up well, but I’ve had some trouble with galvanized pipe.
    But, for all I know, I’m just using the wrong blade.

    You can still cut through nails though.
    It’s like manna from Heaven when in a pinch.

  31. Hank Sims Says:

    Jack: Sounds like a Saws-All. Is it a Saws-All?

    Man, only time I ever used one of those things was to turn an old beater Volvo into an instant convertible. Back in my college days, of course.

  32. jackdurham Says:

    There’s a big ol’ blade and it goes back and forth. Toss on a metal cutting blade and you could saw a VW Bug in half. Don’t know about Saw-All.

    As for batteries, I don’t use them. Batteries are for pussies. Real men use extension cords.

  33. Terrence McNally Says:

    Until they cut through their cords, Jack-O!

    EL OH EL!!!

  34. jackdurham Says:

    Hack! Hell, I shoulda remembered that. It’s a “hack” saw blade. (Insert joke here)

  35. Anonymous Says:

    stupid trolls

  36. Anonymous Says:

    why do you need 5 tracking ghosts on this page tad?
    are you making revenue or accumulating user info?
    seems kind of fascistic.

  37. Terrence McNally Says:

    Anonymous blog-posting person: EL OH EL, EL OH EL!!!

  38. jackdurham Says:

    One of these days we should throw a local Fourth Estate party. Seriously.

  39. Terrence McNally Says:

    I’m down.

  40. Terrence McNally Says:

    But where? Do we have to do it in Old Town, just cuz Hank’s deemed it the new cool place?

  41. Terrence McNally Says:

    What about Six River? I can get us the side room.
    We could have music, too.

  42. Hank Sims Says:

    I will provide swastikas and armbands.

  43. Terrence McNally Says:


    Anyway, do you think you’d be willing to get off your butt and drive all the way to McKinleyville for some monkey shines, Hank?

  44. Hank Sims Says:

    Where is McKinleyville, again? Out by Ettersburg, right?

  45. Terrence McNally Says:

    you know, Hank… I’m beginning to think you’re trying to disrupt this thread.

  46. you "news" guys suck Says:

    Whatever shred of respect I may have had for you newspaper guys (which means only Hank) is utterly utterly gone.

  47. jackdurham Says:

    Six Rivers is good. I can put some hooch on my tab.

    Hank, just look for the Totem Pole. I need to get a copy of Ernie Pierson’s children’s book about the Totem Pole. It’s pretty good stuff.

    Might be fun to read from it at the party while showing images on the wall of all the characters carved into it while Terrence plays bongos, beatnik style.

  48. Terrence McNally Says:

    Well, then – no big loss, you news guys suck.
    Sorry, Hank.

    I’ll be there with bongo persuasion, Daddy-O!

  49. Nazi Hunter Apprentice Says:

    This is my first post here, but I have been reading a lot of Tad’s stuff. I really think a lot of people could benefit from what he has to say if they would just listen.

    But anyway, I wanted to butt in with a general comment on the issue.

    Anybody who murders and kills is an asshole. No doubt about that. The question is, would that person do that regardless of their situation or is it circumstantial? If they would do it regardless, they should be locked away, if it’s circumstantial, we also need to look at what might be wrong with the big picture.

    Because weed is illegal, you have a bunch of assholes killing each other in the name of profit. So there you have 2 problems…weed is illegal, therefore opening up a market for psychopaths.

    I think the big daddy menace in all of this however all filters up to the Federal Reserve bank.

    Say I wanted to create an E-currency fully backed by gold, meaning I would have to purchase an equal amount of gold for every E-currency unit I paid out. Say it started catching on and E-currency was as popular as USD. Don’t you think the government would audit like crazy to make sure I was stocking as much gold as there was E-currency on the market? (In reality, the IRS would find a way to shut me down…they don’t like competition). If I wasn’t stocking gold, then I would literally be creating money out of thin air. If this E-currency became so popular that it started to replace the USD, I would control the entire US economy and could create shortages, mass propaganda, wars, fear campaigns, buy out politicians…anything that would give me more power and reap more profits and distract people from the fact that I own everything. Do you think I would be happy about being audited? Audit the Federal Reserve!

    I just want to see if we can all at least agree on that.

    • Baby Cane Says:

      It is illegal to make, or create your own currency. The only reason community currency isn’t illegal is because of its narrow usage area. If you plan on using it across statelines you would be prosecuted by the secret service under the interstate commerce provision of the United States Constitution.

  50. Terrence McNally Says:

    The federal reserve system caused that guy to murder his worker and attempt to kill the two others?

    But weed should certainly be made legal. And you’ll be able inhale what you’re smoking without getting popped.

  51. Anonymous Says:

    not to knock weed, cause we all love weed, but young fellow i do believe you are smoking too much weed.

    put down the pipe and try to have a good semester.

  52. Nazi Hunter Apprentice Says:

    I don’t smoke weed. I have before and will on special occasions, but I’m not on here to defend weed. What I’m looking at is a fundamentally flawed system. Because we have been taken off the gold standard it allows the privately owned federal reserve bank to inflate, deflate and manipulate the money supply however it pleases. This causes all sorts of trickledown evils including desperate financial situations which drive people to things they normally wouldn’t do. No, they are not directly responsible for that particular murder. That guy was just an asshole. But weed in general was made illegal simply to protect profits for one man’s timber industry. You have to admit that “Reefer Madness” is the biggest piece of laughable propaganda ever made. It’s completely untrue and the only reason it was put out was so that hemp wouldn’t infringe on the profits of industrial titans. Just a side note.

    Here’s something to seriously consider. I’ve been wondering why people work more, spend less time with their family and friends and quality of life isn’t what it appears to have been in the 50’s. Sure more people can afford central air conditioning, but is this why we work so hard for so much less? I asked my dad (who was born in 1940) if he could remember what minimum wage was in the 50’s. He said about $1.10. I asked him how much a gallon of milk cost back then. He said never more than $0.10 and it was delivered directly to your door. Now milk costs about half of hourly minimum wage.

    So there’s something wrong here…we can get into energy prices and all that, but bottom line something is wrong. Back in the 50’s, most cows were hand-milked. Today they are jacked full of hormones to make them produce more milk and the milking system for most of them is completely automated. You’d think it would be cheaper to produce right? Yes…it is. Sure you have expensive machines to maintain and if you are a national company you have longer distances to travel…but this hardly makes up for the cheaper and larger quantity and faster production.

    What I think it comes down to is simply this. The Federal Reserve, banks, and taxes. Once those “middlemen” step in, the price of everything goes up. Think about a pencil. Think about how much it takes to produce a pencil. The loggers, the rubber retrieval, the manufacture, the transport, the packaging, the retail outlet…etc… Every single one of those actions was taxed…and YOU pay tax on top of it. So not only is the pencil more expensive, you pay tax on top of it, but can afford less pencils because your income is taxed too, so just so you can afford certain items, you take a loan from the bank and pay interest out the ass. Sure a pencil is’s just an example.

    There is absolutely no reason why the Federal Reserve can’t be audited if it doesn’t have something to hide. I think we all deserve to know what they’re up to. If anyone even tries to defend them by using the old “National Security” excuse that’s been used to cover up all sorts of other dirty little secrets, I’m going to blow a gasket. There is absolutely no way our national security would be threatened by auditing a private bank. Can you both agree that it’s high time that the fed gets an audit?

  53. Terrence McNally Says:

    High time, indeed.

  54. Nick Bravo Says:

    I saw Hank at Neely’s little shingding earlier. Course he saw me and turned tail to run away.

  55. Nazi Hunter Apprentice Says:

    I’m glad you agree. Unless that was a weed reference, in which case enjoy your doobie. I’ll be back for more later.

  56. Terrence McNally Says:

    Did he flinch when he left, like you did with me last week, Nick?

  57. Anonymous Says:

    hey apprentice Tad likes to stay on topic here, you should get your own blog if all you are interested in is Fed Conspiracies.

  58. Nazi Hunter Apprentice Says:

    You’re right Anonymous. I owe Tad an apology for veering off topic. My purpose for doing so though is to simply see if Terrence McNally and the likes are capable of any form of reason or if they are propaganda filled market research robots. It appears that the latter is true, but I would like to give Mr. McNally an opportunity to respond with a thoughtful answer by throwing him a ball which he would outright claim to already be in his court. Who couldn’t agree that the Fed should be audited? I think that crosses all party lines. I would like to see a legitimate response from Mr. McNally, since he has nothing but pointless immature comments to make right here. I’m really curious as to why he is so obsessed with tearing Tad down. Either he has an agenda, he is a puppet of one, or he is a complete idiot and everyone should see past that. Let me ask you one more time Mr. McNally, would you agree that the Federal Reserve should be audited…or do you just have a childish comment to make?

  59. Jack Durham Says:

    Audit, with extreme prejudice.

  60. Terrence McNally Says:

    Audit. Audit. Audi 5000.

    Audit all anonymous blog posters.
    Audit them all.

    Regardless… one may read the federal audit here:

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