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I just went there and it isn't a front. This probably means that the DNS servers at your ISP have gotten some corrupted entries through whatever avenue, or that your computer has had its DNS settings changed to fraudulent servers through some sort of malware, or that you've had your host file altered (although I think that's less common nowadays.) I recently had a similar problem with a site I go to all the time while I had my router set to obtain the DNS server from my ISP automatically. I changed the setting on my router and PC to use a public DNS server instead. There are several you can use, such as google's. Just search for "how to use google's dns" for instructions, it's not hard at all.
When I was a little boy I remember my dad buying me a coke from one of these type machines at an auto repair garage. Good memories.