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BULLFIGHTER'S BACK: Though we haven't got full details for you yet, it has recently been confirmed that the incomparable Bullfighter is back. The jargon-sniffing, bullshit-hunting software has been unavailable for many months, since its originators at Deloitte Consulting pulled the plug on it. Now they've agreed that it can be made available again as freeware — and the world will be a more fragrant, and pithy, place.
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