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September 24, 2009

2.024: stuck in the middle with hu

Joker Clown

You've got to admit that the lyrics of the Stealer's Wheel hit have an uncanny resonance with the FCoE misinformation being promoted by
you-know-Hu.

I hereby refer my readership to
Storagezilla's latest post on FCoE

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