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@Jaloopa Yeah, there are some fun bits in it (nazi zombies!) and it certainly has some value as the basis for a lot of things that crops up in popular culture here and there, and therefore as an "historical" work. But as a pure literature work, it's way past its sell-by date.
A fund used to pay independent developers who contribute to the Discourse codebase [source]. This is supposed to be a Good Thing™ since Discurse is technically OSS, but since TCotCDCK is making money off of this bloated monstrosity, it's really only right that they pay people who contribute to their software.
One of those oneboxes; the other does not. Guess which.
As the Markdown spec says:
The only restrictions are that block-level HTML elements — e.g. <div>, <table>, <pre>, <p>, etc. — must be separated from surrounding content by blank lines, and the start and end tags of the block should not be indented with tabs or spaces. Markdown is smart enough not to add extra (unwanted) <p> tags around HTML block-level tags.