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    Looking for Dan Brown from the State Dept.? Click here.

    clayton.state.gov Everybody has its share of visits from weird domains. Statcounter new tool now also maps hosts, so that you get a 2D feel of where your visitors come from; and it's not something I do usually, but I found myself clicking on them, to reveal where they came from.
    There seemed to be a surprising amount of people coming from military sites (the Special Operations Command, no less) to visit this story on military budget restrictions, but I was also surprised to see somebody coming from the US State Dept, namely from the host clayton.state.gov. Even more surprised when I found this guy was also visited from the same host. Maybe this clayton is just the proxy for State dept. employees, and it show up in logs that way.
    But maybe it's something far darker. Intelligence officials feeding stuff for the file they keep on every person in the planet. You too. So, careful what you write. When you find Clayton in your logs, you 'll know you're being watched too.

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    De: Alex Fecha: 2007-11-20 02:27

    I noticed that I was visited by this clayton.state.gov as well. My blog is about Hockey, so either the person is a fan or I've got some pretty interesting things on their concerning the us government. It's odd though, I realized that many bloggers are visited by this "shadow"



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    De: JJ Fecha: 2007-11-20 07:53

    Maybe it's some parallel spooky Google from the US Govt?



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