Omaha Steaks apparently submitted a Cease and Desist order to Google whereupon some worker drone edited it out of the header of this blog and the bloody gory knifeblade image at top was substituted for it. I never received the courtesy of seeing the Cease and Desist order but the fact of it is documented in part at ChillingEffects.org. The email I received about it is posted here.
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