Yup, good thing i am not superstitious
(I use the dA Message Notifier for Chrome, and it has random redirect numbers... this is not the first time i have seen a variation of this number D )
Anyway, I found this hilarious, and wanted to share.
But if you have knowledge about HTML-programming, you'll know that the '/?' behind the url means nearly the same like commentary/description/information.
So you can write everything behind '/?'.
Simplifying # is meant for this, ? is for passing query strings.