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What does this mean in practical terms? Basically, that you need to get my permission before republishing anything from my website, that I don't have any control over anyone else's content, that I take no responsibility for anything you do based on something you've read or seen here, and that this website may change at my whim.

It's a shame we need laws to enforce common courtesy, but as long as this is the state of things, this legal notice needs to be here. Sorry.