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Seairth Jacobs wrote,
> > What? Even http://this.host.does.not.exist/ ?
> > You won't even get a 404 from that. Do you count TCP-level failures
> > as "resolving"?
> Isn't this a bit outside of the bounds we are really talking about
> here? It seems highly unlikely that someone is going to use a URL
> like that in any of their work because they are not the recognized
> authority of that URL.
OK, this.host.does.not.exist.milessabin.com will do just as well.