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While nothing here is very popular, in any meaningful sense of the word, this blog's most popular post by far is that passing glance at Jean-Paul Riopelle. I'm mentioning this because, if that post is a go-to site for Googlers, then the Internet must have a real Riopelle deficiency. Let this be an invitation, internauts. This injustice must not stand! Readers, aux claviers!
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