I am Martin McDonough, also known as the FlyingJester. I've created on a number of programs, including the Desktop JS-Based Game Engines TurboSphere and Turbo, the light-weight and cross-platform IRC client Kashyyyk, a number of useful networking and IO libraries include T5, akhttp, libfjnet, and bufferfile.
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If you have JS disabled, then the post will not load. I solemnly swear, the JS on this site is very minimal. Don't believe me? Alright, here's what it will do.
First, it will fetch the list of blog posts from entries/_index.json, which only contains the URLs for the posts, the page title, and the date posted.
Second, it will fetch the entry from the entries directory, and put that HTML into this element.
Finally, it will update the navigation links.
This might seem a little much just to load the page text, but it means that there is literally no server-side machinery to this blog. It all runs as a small set of JS scripts. I would go as far as to suggest that if more sites worked this way, you wouldn't much care about blocking JS in the first place.
Well, if you really, really, really can't be asked to allow JS on this site, then here, look at the entry directory, and see if you can find the page you were sent to. If it's not clear, you can check the id number in the URL against the JSON in the index.