How to contact me:
Email: noelle.d.anthony AT gmail
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You can use 'keybase verify' on the command line to verify the above message.
Ben Walsh filed a FOIA request for the infamous NROL-39 logo and got a high-res PDF in response: https://github.com/palewire/nrol-39-logo
If any of you have considered throwing money my way, today's a good time, because I'm about to cash out from PayPal.
Middle Earth actually had a second set of well-known rings. Although not as powerful at the main set, these were certainly nothing to shake a finger at. Silver in color, they, like their gold counterparts were usable by anyone. Their only real power was the ability to provide near instant long-distance communication. At first this would seem good. Unfortunately anyone with a ring had a chance to intercept the message. Those that knew, called it "The Tolkien Ring Network"
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