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Conceived in conversations about possible personal blog names in September 2002 at the early stage of now defunct startup "Text America" (2002-2006), Psychic Plague Panacea got a double take and immediate thumbs up from our consultant. The expert turned out to be far too expensive and left the next day, but the name was finally given to when the site moved to after the startup (Text America) finally and miserably failed.

Spawning initial public awareness of the shocking and awful anti-Radiohead movement, was featured on the home page and subsequently became popular enjoying higher technorati and Google rankings than far more influential web sites. The blog is, of course, mostly nonsense and should not be taken seriously, only very loosely representing the moments in the stream of consciousness of it's author.
Shawn Blog — The anti-Radiohead movement grows (Google search result for Psychic Plague Panacea)
by shawnblog February 21, 2010
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