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7thsyndikate: the cat is out of the bag


As we mentioned a while back, we've been getting some strange email communications from a group called 7thsyndikate.


They've led us a merry modern dance, which even took us via the classified ads of a London newspaper. Sometimes it felt like we were getting warm, but more often it felt like we were getting cold. But they made us smile in the process, so we're not gonna get too grumpy.


We could tell you who they are and what it's all about, but if you're still caught up in the game, it would rather spoil things.
And we're looking forward to seeing what happens next - we've fallen under their sphere of influence, and heck, we like it.
posted: 18 September 2008
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