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chestnutcurls: (christmas)
Attention Americans: A Charlie Brown Christmas is on tonight at 7 Central/8 Eastern! :D

In further cartoon news, the creator of the Berenstain Bears has died. :( I had so many Berenstain books. My mom is keeping them for future generations.

I was just Google-searching for a recipe for American Cafe's Smoked Chicken Pasta Pie, and found the blog of a girl who works at the country club where we had our reception. Not only that, I think her husband may have been in some of my classes at U of M. How strange. I want to leave her a comment, but she'd probably just think I was an Internet weirdo. :)
chestnutcurls: (christmas)
Attention Americans: A Charlie Brown Christmas is on tonight at 7 Central/8 Eastern! :D

In further cartoon news, the creator of the Berenstain Bears has died. :( I had so many Berenstain books. My mom is keeping them for future generations.

I was just Google-searching for a recipe for American Cafe's Smoked Chicken Pasta Pie, and found the blog of a girl who works at the country club where we had our reception. Not only that, I think her husband may have been in some of my classes at U of M. How strange. I want to leave her a comment, but she'd probably just think I was an Internet weirdo. :)
chestnutcurls: (curly)
Today's weather is cold and dark. I need to get my winter clothes from my parents' house, but first, we probably better decide how Evan and I are going to store our clothes once we're married. I was going to give him the guest room closet (mine is barely big enough for my clothes), but now he wants to install another clothes bar below the current one and hang his clothes on it. Moving in together is so complicated. :)

We just had a department lunch at Rafferty's. I had soup and salad. Now I'm excessively full.

Scrubs was great last night. What a versatile show. It's the only thing I watch regularly in prime time. Most mornings, I watch twenty minutes of Buffy while I eat breakfast. The problem is, it's the middle twenty minutes, so I never know how the episode started or how it ends. Usually I end up asking Evan - he's seen them all. When he was working at FedEx, he worked with some Buffy fans and really got into it. One of the girls he worked with is actually friends with the actress who played Tara.

I have decided to go back to my natural haircolor before the wedding. I started thinking, if I know I'm going back to it after the wedding and probably won't be doing the highlights anymore, why have them on my wedding day? I'm sure some people (i.e. my mom) will think I look dull without them, but oh well. I'll feel better being my old self again.

Does anyone know how to do a Generator layout with a banner at the top? Pretty soon I want to do a pre-wedding redesign, and I have this banner I got from a Friends community a long time ago. Generator is my favorite layout, but it has a lot less options to work with. Well, for someone who doesn't know what she's doing. :)
chestnutcurls: (curly)
Today's weather is cold and dark. I need to get my winter clothes from my parents' house, but first, we probably better decide how Evan and I are going to store our clothes once we're married. I was going to give him the guest room closet (mine is barely big enough for my clothes), but now he wants to install another clothes bar below the current one and hang his clothes on it. Moving in together is so complicated. :)

We just had a department lunch at Rafferty's. I had soup and salad. Now I'm excessively full.

Scrubs was great last night. What a versatile show. It's the only thing I watch regularly in prime time. Most mornings, I watch twenty minutes of Buffy while I eat breakfast. The problem is, it's the middle twenty minutes, so I never know how the episode started or how it ends. Usually I end up asking Evan - he's seen them all. When he was working at FedEx, he worked with some Buffy fans and really got into it. One of the girls he worked with is actually friends with the actress who played Tara.

I have decided to go back to my natural haircolor before the wedding. I started thinking, if I know I'm going back to it after the wedding and probably won't be doing the highlights anymore, why have them on my wedding day? I'm sure some people (i.e. my mom) will think I look dull without them, but oh well. I'll feel better being my old self again.

Does anyone know how to do a Generator layout with a banner at the top? Pretty soon I want to do a pre-wedding redesign, and I have this banner I got from a Friends community a long time ago. Generator is my favorite layout, but it has a lot less options to work with. Well, for someone who doesn't know what she's doing. :)
chestnutcurls: (work)
Hola. My work meetings yesterday went okay. Our new database is really cool and will make my job a lot easier. Our department has been using a DOS database for fifteen years. The new one is a Windows database with a lot of our usual data entry already plugged in. For example, I won't have to memorize codes anymore! Today we're doing more hands-on stuff, and it should be less dull. I just hope they let us eat lunch. Yesterday we weren't allowed to eat until the Beverly Hills people did, which was at 1:45 our time. Gotta love that West Coast bias. :P

I've rediscovered my love of Crystal Lewis. In late high school and early college, she was one of my favorite singers. I kind of burned out on her stuff, though. The other day, tingilyaDanielle sent out a call for one of her songs, and I dug out the Remember CD, which I had left at my parents'. It seems better than it did before. I have a lot of experiences like that, which is why I rarely get rid of CDs even if I haven't listened to them in a while.

Speaking of music, I know some of you are fans of Jamie Cullum and/or Keane. You'll want to know that they're airing a concert of theirs on VH1 later in the month. How did I hear this, you ask? On VH1. Yes, people, after three years in an apartment with three channels, I have cable...and it turns out I've had it the whole time. Evan was at the apartment on Tuesday, washing his car, when the cable guy came by to unhook the cable of neighbors who just moved out. He and Evan struck up a conversation. The guy observed that there was no tag on my apartment's connection, which indicated that a former resident had probably paid off the cable guy at some point. Apparently, when that happens, they're not allowed to unplug it because they're not sure where it goes. They rarely get around to sending an electrician to figure it out. As soon as he was gone, Evan went upstairs, found a cable cord, and hooked up the TV...and there were all the channels! So for the time being, I have cable. I just hope it lasts through the election so I can watch The Daily Show. Woo hoo!

I had an awful nightmare right before I woke up this morning. It was so awful that I simultaneously want to talk about it and can't even think about it. The worst part was that I woke up from it and found it was time to get up. So I wasn't able to go back to sleep and forget about it. That's the worst.

What kind of bride will I be? ) 80 DAYS TODAY!
chestnutcurls: (work)
Hola. My work meetings yesterday went okay. Our new database is really cool and will make my job a lot easier. Our department has been using a DOS database for fifteen years. The new one is a Windows database with a lot of our usual data entry already plugged in. For example, I won't have to memorize codes anymore! Today we're doing more hands-on stuff, and it should be less dull. I just hope they let us eat lunch. Yesterday we weren't allowed to eat until the Beverly Hills people did, which was at 1:45 our time. Gotta love that West Coast bias. :P

I've rediscovered my love of Crystal Lewis. In late high school and early college, she was one of my favorite singers. I kind of burned out on her stuff, though. The other day, tingilyaDanielle sent out a call for one of her songs, and I dug out the Remember CD, which I had left at my parents'. It seems better than it did before. I have a lot of experiences like that, which is why I rarely get rid of CDs even if I haven't listened to them in a while.

Speaking of music, I know some of you are fans of Jamie Cullum and/or Keane. You'll want to know that they're airing a concert of theirs on VH1 later in the month. How did I hear this, you ask? On VH1. Yes, people, after three years in an apartment with three channels, I have cable...and it turns out I've had it the whole time. Evan was at the apartment on Tuesday, washing his car, when the cable guy came by to unhook the cable of neighbors who just moved out. He and Evan struck up a conversation. The guy observed that there was no tag on my apartment's connection, which indicated that a former resident had probably paid off the cable guy at some point. Apparently, when that happens, they're not allowed to unplug it because they're not sure where it goes. They rarely get around to sending an electrician to figure it out. As soon as he was gone, Evan went upstairs, found a cable cord, and hooked up the TV...and there were all the channels! So for the time being, I have cable. I just hope it lasts through the election so I can watch The Daily Show. Woo hoo!

I had an awful nightmare right before I woke up this morning. It was so awful that I simultaneously want to talk about it and can't even think about it. The worst part was that I woke up from it and found it was time to get up. So I wasn't able to go back to sleep and forget about it. That's the worst.

What kind of bride will I be? ) 80 DAYS TODAY!
chestnutcurls: (dancing)
I'm so bored today. There are non-rush things I could do, both personal and job-related, but I can't work up the energy to do them. Sigh. I wish I was with Stacy, whose department went to a Redbirds game today. Which reminds me, have I mentioned how nice and generous she is? She's always lending me stuff. :)

The big news around here is a young local DJ who was strangled in her own apartment. The more they find out, the more tragic the story gets. As a fellow female city apartment resident, this story has me more than a little freaked out. Apparently the robbers were knocking on doors, waiting for someone to open up so they could rob them...it was totally random. Ladies, don't open the door for someone you don't know. Ever.

On a light note, I have the Jason Mraz CD, and last year I wasn't too impressed with it. I decided to give it another chance a few weeks ago, and I don't know why I didn't like it before, because it's awesome. He's funny and has a nice voice and a versatile style. I guess I wasn't in the musical "place" for his stuff then. Does anyone else get into long-term musical moods? Most of the time I like peppier stuff, but sometimes I get into slow-music moods or pop moods or country moods that last a few weeks. I've always been that way.

I'm curious about who watches certain TV shows, so I made a poll. The first five are shows that I really enjoy; the second five are shows that I don't really watch for various reasons, but I've noticed they're popular with other people. Couch Potatoes )
chestnutcurls: (dancing)
I'm so bored today. There are non-rush things I could do, both personal and job-related, but I can't work up the energy to do them. Sigh. I wish I was with Stacy, whose department went to a Redbirds game today. Which reminds me, have I mentioned how nice and generous she is? She's always lending me stuff. :)

The big news around here is a young local DJ who was strangled in her own apartment. The more they find out, the more tragic the story gets. As a fellow female city apartment resident, this story has me more than a little freaked out. Apparently the robbers were knocking on doors, waiting for someone to open up so they could rob them...it was totally random. Ladies, don't open the door for someone you don't know. Ever.

On a light note, I have the Jason Mraz CD, and last year I wasn't too impressed with it. I decided to give it another chance a few weeks ago, and I don't know why I didn't like it before, because it's awesome. He's funny and has a nice voice and a versatile style. I guess I wasn't in the musical "place" for his stuff then. Does anyone else get into long-term musical moods? Most of the time I like peppier stuff, but sometimes I get into slow-music moods or pop moods or country moods that last a few weeks. I've always been that way.

I'm curious about who watches certain TV shows, so I made a poll. The first five are shows that I really enjoy; the second five are shows that I don't really watch for various reasons, but I've noticed they're popular with other people. Couch Potatoes )
chestnutcurls: (faith)
I feel good (na na na na na na na) today. The weather is so nice and more things are blooming. There's a dogwood tree near my work that I keep meaning to take a picture of. I can do it tomorrow, since I was informed earlier that our office will be closing at 2! :) I almost feel guilty for being in such a good mood today. It's Maundy Thursday- I'm supposed to be somber. Sunday is for happiness.

My orchestra practice last night was wack. I came straight from work and then had to sit there for an hour while the choir rehearsed. (They're singing "Were You There" and it gave me chills...I can't wait to hear it in the service.) Finally they allowed us to come practice the song we're doing with them, and then we had to practice our own song. I got home at 8:30, very irritated. The cool thing about the night was that Kristin and Amy, the other two flutes, gave me a flute stand! They wanted us all to match for our trio in a few weeks. Kristin said they don't let just anybody into the "Flute Stand Club." I feel loved. :) Since joining the band (a year ago!) I feel much more plugged in at the church. Yay for serving!

I had lunch with my friend Rachel today and it was great. She's such a cool person. She's a little younger than me and really involved in RUF, so she updated me on the latest happenings in the group. Stuff like that makes me feel old, but in a good way, now. :) I'll see her again tonight at communion service. Traditionally we have pie afterward, but I have to get home for The Apprentice, which is far more addictive than pie. Oh, did anyone see the Omarosa sketch on SNL last week? Where things kept falling on her head? Hilarious.

Almost every day, I check my Amazon wishlist to see if there are any really low used prices. The problem is, even if you find a book for, say, $1.60 (like today), by the time you add shipping it's over $5. Which is not so ridiculously cheap. Sigh. Also, why can I not find green flip-flops anywhere? Has anyone seen any? Okay, now I'm just babbling. Sorry. :)
chestnutcurls: (faith)
I feel good (na na na na na na na) today. The weather is so nice and more things are blooming. There's a dogwood tree near my work that I keep meaning to take a picture of. I can do it tomorrow, since I was informed earlier that our office will be closing at 2! :) I almost feel guilty for being in such a good mood today. It's Maundy Thursday- I'm supposed to be somber. Sunday is for happiness.

My orchestra practice last night was wack. I came straight from work and then had to sit there for an hour while the choir rehearsed. (They're singing "Were You There" and it gave me chills...I can't wait to hear it in the service.) Finally they allowed us to come practice the song we're doing with them, and then we had to practice our own song. I got home at 8:30, very irritated. The cool thing about the night was that Kristin and Amy, the other two flutes, gave me a flute stand! They wanted us all to match for our trio in a few weeks. Kristin said they don't let just anybody into the "Flute Stand Club." I feel loved. :) Since joining the band (a year ago!) I feel much more plugged in at the church. Yay for serving!

I had lunch with my friend Rachel today and it was great. She's such a cool person. She's a little younger than me and really involved in RUF, so she updated me on the latest happenings in the group. Stuff like that makes me feel old, but in a good way, now. :) I'll see her again tonight at communion service. Traditionally we have pie afterward, but I have to get home for The Apprentice, which is far more addictive than pie. Oh, did anyone see the Omarosa sketch on SNL last week? Where things kept falling on her head? Hilarious.

Almost every day, I check my Amazon wishlist to see if there are any really low used prices. The problem is, even if you find a book for, say, $1.60 (like today), by the time you add shipping it's over $5. Which is not so ridiculously cheap. Sigh. Also, why can I not find green flip-flops anywhere? Has anyone seen any? Okay, now I'm just babbling. Sorry. :)

worries

Feb. 17th, 2004 03:48 pm
chestnutcurls: (Joey)
I don't have much to talk about today. I was having a good day until a little while ago.

The biggest thing on my mind today is Mel Gibson's Primetime interview last night and all the topics therein. I've been trying to find an online transcript for those of you who missed it, but nothing's out there. In my opinion, it was amazing. Diane Sawyer could not have been any more condescending or disrespectful- she might as well have said, "Get a load of this lunatic." But Mel responded graciously, and he spoke the truth. I was impressed and proud. At the same time, I'm increasingly disturbed by the viciousness of media attacks on anyone and anything to do with this movie. It struck me anew last night how much the world hates us. Really hates us because of Whose we are and what we believe. This is nothing new and Jesus said we should expect it, yet it scares me. I don't take the Left Behind view of things, but sometimes I'm afraid we're heading toward a historic period of persecution. When I'm old, will I be worrying about retirement, or about trying not to be killed for my faith? What kind of hostile world am I going to bring my future children into? I pray none of us will have to deal with that.

On a much less serious note, apparently it is not okay to (very briefly) kiss your boyfriend goodbye in your workplace parking lot. Because everyone you work with will see you and then scold you about it as if you were sixteen.

worries

Feb. 17th, 2004 03:48 pm
chestnutcurls: (Joey)
I don't have much to talk about today. I was having a good day until a little while ago.

The biggest thing on my mind today is Mel Gibson's Primetime interview last night and all the topics therein. I've been trying to find an online transcript for those of you who missed it, but nothing's out there. In my opinion, it was amazing. Diane Sawyer could not have been any more condescending or disrespectful- she might as well have said, "Get a load of this lunatic." But Mel responded graciously, and he spoke the truth. I was impressed and proud. At the same time, I'm increasingly disturbed by the viciousness of media attacks on anyone and anything to do with this movie. It struck me anew last night how much the world hates us. Really hates us because of Whose we are and what we believe. This is nothing new and Jesus said we should expect it, yet it scares me. I don't take the Left Behind view of things, but sometimes I'm afraid we're heading toward a historic period of persecution. When I'm old, will I be worrying about retirement, or about trying not to be killed for my faith? What kind of hostile world am I going to bring my future children into? I pray none of us will have to deal with that.

On a much less serious note, apparently it is not okay to (very briefly) kiss your boyfriend goodbye in your workplace parking lot. Because everyone you work with will see you and then scold you about it as if you were sixteen.
chestnutcurls: (flute)
Last night I had a low-blood-sugar crash such as I have not had in years. On my way out the door to Kroger, I noticed that my arms and legs were a little shaky. I figured I was tired from wearing heels all day. About fifteen minutes later, I felt so weak that I could hardly push the shopping cart. It wasn't until I saw a frozen lasagna, and instantly craved meat, that I figured out what was wrong. I bought a package of beef, which I have never done in two years of apartment living. I went through the U-Scan and my hands were shaking so badly that I couldn't scan a head of lettuce. As soon as I got home I wolfed down some pretzels, which helped enough that I was able to cook a beef Stroganoff. Evan came over and ate with me, and we had a restful evening. Today I feel better. I guess a meatier, proteiny diet is in my future. I don't know how hypoglycemics are supposed to lose weight. :P But I'd rather weigh a little more than have these sugar attacks. They're scary, especially when they come out of nowhere like that.

Inspired by [livejournal.com profile] stacye13's tidy yet personable cubicle, I've been making my own cube less cluttery. Today I made a shelf for my Homestar Runner figurines out of tacks, paper clips, and part of an Office Depot box. Look out, MacGyver.

I have decided to make a deliberate effort to watch less TV. After a thousand replays of Justin and Janet, and total immorality on 90% of existing shows, I have finally had it. Evan and I have started reading together, which I think is a great substitute for trying to find something among all the filth on the air. He doesn't even want to watch the news anymore because it just makes us upset. So, excepting the few shows we do enjoy, I'm going to live more like Thoreau. :)

How many Hotmail users are on the friends list? Have you guys had a lot of problems with the free e-mail? I have weird problems that their staff refuses to address. I can't receive mail from Yahoo addresses. I can't send mail to AOL addresses. Evan has sent me several nice e-mails that I never received, and he's a Hotmail user too. It's getting very annoying. I'd just switch to my Yahoo address full-time, but I don't like the way their page looks. Yes, I am superficial when it comes to e-mail. Anyone have thoughts?
chestnutcurls: (flute)
Last night I had a low-blood-sugar crash such as I have not had in years. On my way out the door to Kroger, I noticed that my arms and legs were a little shaky. I figured I was tired from wearing heels all day. About fifteen minutes later, I felt so weak that I could hardly push the shopping cart. It wasn't until I saw a frozen lasagna, and instantly craved meat, that I figured out what was wrong. I bought a package of beef, which I have never done in two years of apartment living. I went through the U-Scan and my hands were shaking so badly that I couldn't scan a head of lettuce. As soon as I got home I wolfed down some pretzels, which helped enough that I was able to cook a beef Stroganoff. Evan came over and ate with me, and we had a restful evening. Today I feel better. I guess a meatier, proteiny diet is in my future. I don't know how hypoglycemics are supposed to lose weight. :P But I'd rather weigh a little more than have these sugar attacks. They're scary, especially when they come out of nowhere like that.

Inspired by [livejournal.com profile] stacye13's tidy yet personable cubicle, I've been making my own cube less cluttery. Today I made a shelf for my Homestar Runner figurines out of tacks, paper clips, and part of an Office Depot box. Look out, MacGyver.

I have decided to make a deliberate effort to watch less TV. After a thousand replays of Justin and Janet, and total immorality on 90% of existing shows, I have finally had it. Evan and I have started reading together, which I think is a great substitute for trying to find something among all the filth on the air. He doesn't even want to watch the news anymore because it just makes us upset. So, excepting the few shows we do enjoy, I'm going to live more like Thoreau. :)

How many Hotmail users are on the friends list? Have you guys had a lot of problems with the free e-mail? I have weird problems that their staff refuses to address. I can't receive mail from Yahoo addresses. I can't send mail to AOL addresses. Evan has sent me several nice e-mails that I never received, and he's a Hotmail user too. It's getting very annoying. I'd just switch to my Yahoo address full-time, but I don't like the way their page looks. Yes, I am superficial when it comes to e-mail. Anyone have thoughts?
chestnutcurls: (attitude)
Okay, so in three days we've gone from a high of 70 degrees to a high of 34 degrees. The low tonight is 16, which I have not experienced in at least a year. I plan to spend the evening bundled up in a blanket.

This is not the greatest day. I've had a series of annoyances which culminated in me getting mad at Evan over something very dumb. Things are okay now, but I still feel kind of tense. Do you ever have one of those weeks where you're suddenly, irrationally afraid of all the things that could happen to you? Like, out of nowhere, you think "Oh my gosh, what if I had an accident and went blind?" It'll pass. I probably just need to watch less TV. :P Everything I saw last night seemed like a list of ways to suffer- being stranded on a deserted island, your loved one marrying someone else because they thought you were dead, being sneakily murdered by your plastic surgeon's nurse, etc. Well, God's in control, and most of those things should be easy enough to avoid. LOL.

The new Strong Bad e-mail is hilarious. Sorry to those of you who don't like Strong Bad. Hey, that's a good lead-in to the following list, inspired by Jessica's. It was a good stress reliever.

Things I Am Not Sorry For )
chestnutcurls: (attitude)
Okay, so in three days we've gone from a high of 70 degrees to a high of 34 degrees. The low tonight is 16, which I have not experienced in at least a year. I plan to spend the evening bundled up in a blanket.

This is not the greatest day. I've had a series of annoyances which culminated in me getting mad at Evan over something very dumb. Things are okay now, but I still feel kind of tense. Do you ever have one of those weeks where you're suddenly, irrationally afraid of all the things that could happen to you? Like, out of nowhere, you think "Oh my gosh, what if I had an accident and went blind?" It'll pass. I probably just need to watch less TV. :P Everything I saw last night seemed like a list of ways to suffer- being stranded on a deserted island, your loved one marrying someone else because they thought you were dead, being sneakily murdered by your plastic surgeon's nurse, etc. Well, God's in control, and most of those things should be easy enough to avoid. LOL.

The new Strong Bad e-mail is hilarious. Sorry to those of you who don't like Strong Bad. Hey, that's a good lead-in to the following list, inspired by Jessica's. It was a good stress reliever.

Things I Am Not Sorry For )
chestnutcurls: (pink me)
This is a reminder that A Charlie Brown Christmas is on tonight at 7:00 (8:00 Eastern and Pacific)! Don't miss it!

Yay!
chestnutcurls: (pink me)
This is a reminder that A Charlie Brown Christmas is on tonight at 7:00 (8:00 Eastern and Pacific)! Don't miss it!

Yay!
chestnutcurls: (pink me)
Happy birthday, [livejournal.com profile] alissamarie! I'm glad to know you. Have a great day! :)

Right now I wish I was at home taking a nap. Last night Evan came over and we had a happy, companionable time while I did my usual Monday cleaning. At 9:00 I finally finished everything, sat down with him to watch CSI Miami, and suddenly realized how exhausted I was. Despite our best efforts, we both fell asleep in the last ten minutes of the show and were rudely awakened by the news coming on. So I have no idea how it ended. I do know, however, that they must have set a new record for Most Replays of a Man Being Impaled on a Fence. It was horrible and I have half a mind to write and complain. Or I could just stop watching the show.

I have got to get my Halloween candy out of the house. If I don't get serious about losing these few pounds before Thanksgiving, I'm going to be in a lot of trouble after it, and the candy calls to me constantly. Evan is taking care of it for me, but he had so many Reese's Cups last night that it made me ill to watch him. I want someone else to eat it now. :)

Tonight I have a two-hour church band practice. Hopefully people will show up and it won't be just three flutes, two trumpets, and a baritone as usual. The music sounds so much better when you can hear all the parts. I could make a cheesy correlation here to humanity in general, but I don't feel like it. :) And now I'm too tired to say anything else.
chestnutcurls: (pink me)
Happy birthday, [livejournal.com profile] alissamarie! I'm glad to know you. Have a great day! :)

Right now I wish I was at home taking a nap. Last night Evan came over and we had a happy, companionable time while I did my usual Monday cleaning. At 9:00 I finally finished everything, sat down with him to watch CSI Miami, and suddenly realized how exhausted I was. Despite our best efforts, we both fell asleep in the last ten minutes of the show and were rudely awakened by the news coming on. So I have no idea how it ended. I do know, however, that they must have set a new record for Most Replays of a Man Being Impaled on a Fence. It was horrible and I have half a mind to write and complain. Or I could just stop watching the show.

I have got to get my Halloween candy out of the house. If I don't get serious about losing these few pounds before Thanksgiving, I'm going to be in a lot of trouble after it, and the candy calls to me constantly. Evan is taking care of it for me, but he had so many Reese's Cups last night that it made me ill to watch him. I want someone else to eat it now. :)

Tonight I have a two-hour church band practice. Hopefully people will show up and it won't be just three flutes, two trumpets, and a baritone as usual. The music sounds so much better when you can hear all the parts. I could make a cheesy correlation here to humanity in general, but I don't feel like it. :) And now I'm too tired to say anything else.

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