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Date: Wed, 10 Aug 2011 11:17:25 -0700
did not have LTE to test with.
My best guess is that it identifies you for purposes of the +1 button, which is similar to Facebook's Like button. If you press it, that web page shows up on your G+ profile on the +1 tab. But even if you never press it, it still tells Google that you visited that web page.
Web pages like it because they get to be recommended on social networks. And the social networks like it because they can track your browsing habits. It's win/win!
The text at that site is unreadable. Good job.
That was labelled as a troll? Wow.
Somehow, BP got mod points.
Maybe Black Mesa?
The bots are programmed to not spell correctly, and to make "typos." Also they need to wait for a reasonable delay before answering. A machine could answer in 150ms but a human needs a few seconds to type a response. They are not supposed to be "too perfect."
So they're.... A WITCH!!
6 seconds, Pepsuber!