I was browsing around the net looking for something when Google, the true key holder to all doorways, presented me with a page I'd never seen before!

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Google says no!

Now, clearly I was looking for something I shouldn't be (kudos to anyone who comments and guesses right!), but I thought that Google were on censoring China's content but I didn't realise that they would stop a lowly Englishman traversing cyberspace.

By the way, since I'm driving a Mac, I figured I was invincible and threw caution to the wind by visiting the web site. Turned out they didn't have the stuff I needed!

If anyone else has seen this, maybe we should start a list of 'no-no' words!

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