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A fun take on the traditional 404 page, DDZ — otherwise known as gaming network Death DealerZ — have constructed an error page complete with as many street examples of "404" signs as possible.
Bringing religion into the equation?
Perhaps there is a divine reason you cannot find that particular page.
Overlawyered.com, a blog that documents the state of contemporary policy and legal issues, uses its 404 page to touch upon an issue so often found across the net: copyright infringement that requires content to be removed and taken down.