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Blockage! eh.. Seymour High School has a really good blockage! it sucks. HOw can i get pass it?

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Yea. sure. use the following address to view the blocked sites.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW 
if you go to this site, you can find a long box in side this address.
just type blocked site name in side that box
press go or hit enter

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