Where is <!DOCTYPE html>

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This happens too often.

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The <!DOCTYPE html> is the very first line of code to any webpage you use.

Is it from a super easy question, or just no information?

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WHERE IS SUN.

that, in theory, is an easy question to, But in actuality, the person may be asking about any number of things.

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Round about the last half hour (2200 to 2230h UTF -7) it is on the opposite side of the Earth since we have been watching a lunar eclipse take place. The Super Moon was lit up in the red-orange hues of the Sun’s light being refracted by our atmosphere and reflected back to us from its surface.

Funny, it’s the same thing Christopher Columbus knew about and was able to predict. It was this knowledge that gave him power over the native inhabitants of the New World. These explorers were nothing if not treacherous.

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