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Hey kids....remember cooties? We're talkin' 'bout those imaginary little kidhood beasties you might have gotten from your sister if you had ever been so dumb as to let her get anywhere near you. (Only sisters have cooties. This has been scientifically proven...although the reasons remain elusive. It prolly has something to do with the fact that brothers cover the "gross and yucky" angle—as in "...eeewwwww!!")

Well, you'll be glad to know that VitoSpace is a Certified Cootie-Free™ website. We couldn't say it if it weren't true. Yup...there ain't not no cooties in, unless you brought 'em with you. Be sure to take them with you when you leave.

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It has been our experience that genuine curiosity is often discouraged by most of the human species, with the result that it is increasingly uncommon. What is becoming increasingly common is that people just do what they're told (if you're reading this, congratulations)...follow orders, and never question anything—especially not "authority". As Archimedes or possibly Fezno Memoont once said, "Authority can just bite my ass."*

*Not a verbatim quotation

We're not saying that most people have the same intellectual curiosity as concrete, mind you. We don't know "most people". But we do frequently observe that many folks' response to things that they don't understand is simply to ignore them. And the idea of exploring unfamiliar territory is completely off their radar.

This appears to be a "modern human" phenomenon. We freely admit that we don't get it, but we can't deny that the concept "Hmmm...I wonder what this is all about...?" does not manifest itself in the behavior of many of our fellow humanoids. In fact, it appears to be an endangered character trait. Thus, we reward those who are curious enough to which we mean that there are some surprises hidden in various places here in VitoSpace. We can say no more.

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