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  • Besides looking at the odd snippet of information through corrupted pictures and jarbled text, all the players could do was wait on tenterhooks until July 27th, on which

    ARGNet: Alternate Reality Gaming Network

  • The fact that people like this continue to collect unemployment - and even have their benefits extended - while millions of others are genuinely struggling and going uncounted demonstrates just how jarbled this country's jobs situation is right now.

    FXstreet.com

  • Also my previous comment got all jarbled up and i dont know why.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • I'm not exactly sure when it failed, but the bold text at the bottom of the application screen became jarbled, and when I closed and re opened it, I got the error.

    The Portable Freeware Collection

  • Most of the backwards messages we hear stem from the subconscious desire to recognize something familiar in an otherwise jarbled mess.

    jeffmilner.com

  • A jarbled, convoluted story leans toward the fact that the LAPD may have shot a

    LAist

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