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The Spicey Chicken Cartel Manifesto

History of the Spicey Chicken Cartel:

In The Beginning, there was Algore. And Algore was a student, 18 years of age, in school to study the Evils of Smoking, with a minor in Tobacco Farming for Fun and Profit. And, one summer while he had nothing better to do, he began to think. And he thought, "What can I do to make my name in History?" Then he decided "I know what to do! I'll create a world-wide network of computers, which will be called the Internet!"

So, Algore did decide to invent the Internet. However, since the technology would not be ready for the next 10 years, he did invent a time machine, a wonderful time machine that needed much power to run. So, he also invented a fuel source that was completely non-polluting, to drive the time machine. And he did travel forward in time 10 years, and convinced the Representatives in Congress to spend Lots of $$$$MONEY$$$$ on creating the Internet. And, now satisfied of his place in history, he did return to his own time, and having no further need for the time machine, he did dismantle it and destroy the plans, and he did also destroy the formulae to the fuel source. And thus did Algore become known as the "Inter-Nut."

And then there came Email. And Email was seen as Good, for it allowed 'Net users to communicate one with the other. And also along came Usenet, which was also seen as good, because it allowed 'Net users to communicate one with many others at the same time. So, the 'Net began as a Good Thing™.

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