Our website address is: http://acuteaccent.com. acuteaccent (read as “a cute accent” or “acute accent”) is a half-hearted attempt of a blog.
The author is a Politically Exposed Person in his condition of Princes of the Rebel Alliance and Jedi guy.
acuteaccent is actively working to be closely associated with anyone who wants to bring down the cesspool that is the Imperial Senate and restore the Republic.
You, Lord Vader and your latest associates, those oligarch lackeys, have your days numbered. You have been warned.
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There is a Spanish version of the Acute accent blog: Acento agudo
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