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OK, which one of you jokers (oh, and I know it was one of you) did this?


Don't bother looking up the WHOIS, it's anonymized through GoDaddy.

Also, for the record, I have nothing against "That Hyphenated Site". I for one applaud what they do, because they make our life so, so very easy. Don't ever change, you magnificent bastards!

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Sweet. Well worth 10 bucks a year. – squillman Aug 19 '09 at 0:58

If you asked a question about a sex change on SO, would somebody try answering it before it got closed for the rep? I'm willing to put $10 on "Yes."

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Would I receive said $10 directly for attempting? – Ian Elliott Aug 19 '09 at 1:43
If you can get somebody to answer it, yes. – Eric Aug 19 '09 at 1:47
The sex change or the question? – random Aug 19 '09 at 1:48
Someone asked it. And yes, it did get answers prior to being closed and deleted. – Shog9 Aug 19 '09 at 1:48
Quick. Upvote my stuff so I can hit 10k and view this evidence! – Eric Aug 19 '09 at 1:52
show us a pic of the question, please! – a_m0d Aug 22 '09 at 7:09

It's not subtle enough.

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+1 - I agree. Should probably be something like as people would be more likely to enter it like that when they actually want to go to 'the hypen site' – a_m0d Aug 19 '09 at 2:34
The site with a hypen owns the non-hypened version of the name as well. – mrdenny Aug 19 '09 at 3:12
Correction: The site with a hypen was the non-hypened version of the name originally. – Richard Aug 19 '09 at 9:55

Now this looks better with LMGTFY “That Hyphenated Site”

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Damn, you got me stuck in a loop now! – fretje Apr 9 '11 at 20:09

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