For future reference, this key:
pub 1024D/59A83855 2002-02-24 Brian Gernhardt <firstname.lastname@example.org> Key fingerprint = 9E69 825E 6566 FA29 79FB 2EC1 B55C 4ADB 59A8 3855 uid Brian Gernhardt (RIT Student) <email@example.com> uid Brian Gernhardt (RIT CS Student) <firstname.lastname@example.org> sub 1024g/D1C50A3B 2002-02-24
Should not be trusted. I can't revoke it, unfortunately, because that requires the secret key. ~.~
Bloody hell. Stupid "rm -rf ~".... Stupid "defaults" command creating a directory named "~".
Update: My new key (ID, fingerprint, and downloadable public key) is now available from my school web page.
Update 2 (8:13pm): Found a printed out copy of revoke cert, typed it in, and uploaded it to pgpkeys.us.pgp.net.