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8 Oct 2009:
The Oracle celebrates 20 years of service.
9 Aug 2008: The Oracle is
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dipity Internet Memes topic.
24 Jun 2001: Oracle priests
Sid Dabster and Pitr Dubovich have been discovered to be
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13 Mar 2001: Oracle priest
and NetBSD Foundation president Charles Hannum garners international
media attention with the release of his 442-byte
CSS decoder, claiming the record for the smallest yet and further
stirring the controversy.
18 Feb 2001: Retired Oracle priest,
professor and author Carole Fungaroli
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Nov 2000: The
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