Typography Test

This is a sample post for testing typography.  Yes, I’m vain; I take forever to pick a theme.

Primary Heading

  1. Ordered lists
  2. I tend to over-use them; I should really work on editing structure more
  3. Three is a good number

And now for something different

O Fortuna, velut Luna statu variabilis, semper crescis aut decrescis; vita detestabilis nunc obdurat et tunc curat ludo mentis aciem; egestatem, potestatem, dissolvit ut glaciem.

Sors immanis et inanis, rota tu volubilis, status malus, vana salus semper dissolubilis; obumbrata et velata mihi quoque niteris; nunc per ludum dorsum nudum fero tui sceleris.

Sors salutis et virtutis mihi nunc contraria; est affectus et defectus semper in angaria. Hac in hora sine mora cordae pulsum tangite! Quod per sortem sternit fortem, mecum omnes plangite!

A personal preference

Shane likes definition lists
A simple and structural way to introduce a topic, and then describe it.  Somehow, his brain thinks that way.
Ut eu lacus.
Aliquam erat volutpat. Integer eget diam et quam pulvinar bibendum.

Heading 4 Is Only barely smaller than 3

Fusce eu lacus et risus interdum vestibulum. Proin a nisi. Phasellus ac nisi. In urna. Integer eu ligula at massa porta dignissim. Etiam vitae libero pharetra felis semper luctus. Nam semper. Maecenas non risus sed elit imperdiet laoreet. Ut eros elit, commodo interdum, aliquam in, ullamcorper sed, urna.

Get serious, who really uses H5?


# Every planet needs a [Planet] section
# [http://www.blog.com/rss]
# face = foo.png
# faceheight = 32

At level 6 you might as well use >small<

Break test:
Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;
All mimsy were the borogoves,
And the mome raths outgrabe.

Add in some e.e.cummings, and that’d break the test!

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Shane

Briefly, Shane is: a father and husband, a friend, a geek, a Member, officer, and director of the ASF, a baker, an ex-Loti, a BMW driver, a punny guy, a gamer, and lifelong resident within the 495 belt. Oh, and we have cats.

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