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Google says this blog is insecure

I got an awful email from Google last night saying that my blog has a security issue and the Chrome would start warning people about it in October. Right off the bat you know it's bullshit, because if it were a real security issue, how could they justify waiting until October? It is bullshit. At one time I had my own search engine that searched this site and other blogs, because Google wasn't yet doing a great job of indexing blogs.
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