Thursday, February 26, 2009

9/11 Truth Activist Found Dead On Beach

"We must NEVER allow governments to restrict the internet or to erode freedom and democracy, especially after 9/11, the London bombings and other manipulated world events. Indeed, every day Western governments are moving towards an Orwellian ‘big brother’ state where individuals are presumed guilty until proven innocent.
We must stop this agenda." vigay

Police are investigating after the body of a man was discovered in the sea off Southsea seafront.

The body of 44-year-old Paul Vigay was discovered in the sea at Eastney on Friday morning. Police said Mr Vigay, of Manners Road, Southsea, had been reported missing at 11pm on Thursday night. The body was discovered by a member of the public who was out on the beach walking their dog.

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

California Lawmaker Sees Tax Revenue in $14 Billion Marijuana Crop

At a news conference in today in his home district, San Francisco Assemblyman Tom Ammiano announced the introduction of a bill to tax and regulate marijuana like alcohol in the state of California. Advocates cheered the commonsense proposal, which comes during an historic economic crisis and just after one of the toughest state budget negotiations on record.

“With the state in the midst of an historic economic crisis, the move towards regulating and taxing marijuana is simply common sense. This legislation would generate much needed revenue for the state, restrict access to only those over 21, end the environmental damage to our public lands from illicit crops, and improve public safety by redirecting law enforcement efforts to more serious crimes,” said Ammiano. “California has the opportunity to be the first state in the nation to enact a smart, responsible public policy for the control and regulation of marijuana.”

Marijuana is California’s number one cash crop, according to federal estimates, worth double the state’s vegetable and grape crops combined – or about $14 billion a year. The Ammiano legislation would create a regulatory structure for that market similar to that for beer, wine and liquor: it would regulate taxed sales to adults while barring sales to or possession by those under 21. Estimated annual revenue from fees and sales and excise taxes under the proposed regulations runs into the billions of dollars.

“Marijuana already plays a huge role in the California economy. It’s a revenue opportunity we literally can’t afford to ignore any longer,” said Stephen Gutwillig, California state director for the Drug Policy Alliance. “It’s time to end the charade of marijuana prohibition, tax the $14 billion market, and redirect criminal justice resources to matters of real public safety. Assemblyman Ammiano has done the state an enormous service by breaking the silence on this commonsense solution.”

Multiple local jurisdictions in California have voted to make marijuana the “lowest law-enforcement priority”. Nonetheless, marijuana arrests in California have actually increased recently. According to state figures, California’s marijuana arrest rate increased 17.7 percent in 2007, while arrests for all other controlled substances fell.

“By far the greatest harms associated with marijuana are arrest, imprisonment, and other penalties that accompany prohibition. More than 74,000 Californians were arrested for marijuana offenses in 2007, nearly 80 percent of them on misdemeanor charges,” Gutwillig said. “This costs $1 billion a year and taxpayers are footing the bill, while black marketers control the flourishing market and laugh all the way to the bank.”

Monday, February 23, 2009

Joy & Darnell

An odd, well ok, a very strange thing that happens in my mind from time to time is a scene from a sit-com or other series will pop into my head. It wouldn't be so strange if it were just a memory but I don't think they are. This one popped into my mind a minute ago. If anyone watches "My name is Earl" let me know if you've seen this scene.

JOY - "Darnell, what the hell are you laghin' at?" "Don't tell me you're replaying old episodes of Married with children in your head again!"

DARNELL - (smiling)"Marcie really left herself open for that one...Chicken Breasts!"

Stop Drug Testing of Professional Athletes?

My nine year old nephew was listening to a conversation about someone being sick and having to take steroids. He said, somewhat enthusiastically, "Steroids?" "The kind that the baseball players take that make them big and strong and play baseball better?" Someone quickly said "No, the medical kind."
This only reinforced my opinion on testing professional athletes for drugs.
They shouldn't do it. Just think if you owned a company that made steroids. How many millions in advertising would you have to spend (If it were allowed) to get kids to say "The kind that the baseball players take that make them big and strong and play baseball better?" But they don't have to spend a dime on advertising because of the drug testing policies of professional sports teams. They should stop testing professional athletes but there should be a clause in their contracts stating that they can't disclose any substances that they take. This is only for those that are more concerned about the safety of the children that look up to them than fairness in record setting. Personally I'm much more concerned about the children.

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Creed - One lyrics

Affirmative may be justified take from one give to another
The goal is to be unified take my hand be my brother
The payment silenced the masses sanctified by oppression
Unity took a back seat sliding further in regression
One the only way is one
I feel angry I feel helpless, want to change the world
I feel violent I feel alone, don't try and change my mind
Society blind by color why hold down one to raise another
Discrimination now on both sides seeds of hate blossom further
The world is heading for mutiny, when all we want is unity
We may rise and fall, but in the end we meet our fate together

Rush - The Trees

There was unrest in the forest,
There was trouble with the trees,
For the maples wanted sunlight
And the oaks ignored their pleas.

The trouble with the maples,
(And they're quite convinced they're right)
They say the oaks are just too lofty
And they grab up all the light.
But the oaks can't help their feelings
If they like the way they're made.
And they wonder why the maples
Can't be happy in their shade.

There was trouble in the forest,
And the creatures all had fled,
As the maples screamed "Oppression!"
And the oaks just shake their heads

So the maples formed a union
And demanded equal rights.
"The oaks are just too greedy;
We will make them give us light."
Now there's no more oak oppression,
For they passed a noble law,
And the trees are all kept equal
By hatchet, axe, and saw.

Sunday, February 15, 2009

B6 Illegal Drug?

(NaturalNews) The FDA has effectively banned a naturally-occurring form of vitamin B6 called pyridoxamine by declaring it to be a drug, reports the American Association for Health Freedom. Responding to a petition filed by a drug company, the FDA declared pyridoxamine to be "a new drug."

Now, any nutritional supplements containing pyridoxamine will be considered adulterated and illegal by the FDA, which may raid vitamin companies and seize such products. See the history of FDA raids on vitamin companies here:

Pyridoxamine occurs naturally in fish, chicken and other foods (, putting the FDA in the strange position of banning a substance from dietary supplements even though it is already present in the food supply.

The FDA's war on Mother Nature
It's not the first time the FDA has declared a natural molecule to be a "drug" while attacking nutritional supplements that contain the same molecule. A similar story unfolded with red yeast rice and the lovastatin molecules it contains that lower high cholesterol. The drug companies engaged in biopiracy, ripping off the molecule from red yeast rice to make their now-famous "statin drugs." Once the statin drugs were patented, Big Pharma and the FDA went after red yeast rice, claiming the supplement was "adulterated with pharmaceuticals."

It wasn't really adulterated, of course. It just contained a natural statin-drug-like molecule that the drug companies copied and patented.

It would be like Big Pharma patenting vitamin C, then the FDA claiming that all oranges and lemons were adulterated with drugs because they naturally contain their own vitamin C.

This is the insanity of the FDA as it operates today. You can read more about the FDA on our channel webiste which is updated every few days.

So will this ruling on pyridoxamine affect nutritional supplements? Yes, any supplements containing this form of vitamin B6 can now be declared "adulterated" by the FDA. Manufacturers of such supplements can be arrested and shut down for engaging in "illegal drug trafficking." Such is the nature of the FDA's agenda to criminalize nutritional supplement companies and limit consumers' access to Mother Nature's remedies.

Friday, February 13, 2009

9/11 Activist Who Sued Government Killed In Buffalo Plane

February 13th, 2009

By Steve Watson~Infowars

Beverly Eckert, whose husband, Sean Rooney was killed in the attack on the World Trade Center, became co-chairperson of the group Voices of September 11th.

One of the passengers aboard the plane that crashed into a house 10 miles from Buffalo, New York, airport late on Thursday was a 9/11 widow who had questioned the official account of the attacks, sued the government and consistently lobbied for an Investigative Commission.
Beverly Eckert was flying to the city for a celebration of what would have been her husband Sean Rooney’s 58th birthday, reports the Press Association. Mr Rooney died on the 98th floor of the World Trade Center’s south tower.

She was among the 44 passengers and four crew on board the Continental Connection flight operated by Colgan Air when it crashed in the Buffalo suburb of Clarence Center.

After 9/11, Ms Eckert refused to accept a cash settlement as compensation and instead sued the government.

“I am suing because unlike other investigative avenues… my lawsuit requires all testimony be given under oath and fully uses powers to compel evidence.” Eckert wrote in December 2003 in a statement entitled My Silence Cannot Be Bought.

“The victims’ fund was not created in a spirit of compassion.… Lawmakers capped the liability of the airlines at the behest of lobbyists who descended on Washington while the September 11 fires still smoldered.” she wrote.

Other September 11 relatives who accepted settlements forfeited their right to sue the airlines, airports, security companies, or other US organizations that could have been faulted for negligence and inadequate security measures. This ensured that very little detail of the attacks emerged outside of the government appointed 9/11 Commission.

Monday, February 09, 2009

Unsolved Mysteries - Strange Rain

The Amazing Story Behind the Global Warming Scam

KUSI News - San Diego
By John Coleman

The key players are now all in place in Washington and in state governments across America to officially label carbon dioxide as a pollutant and enact laws that tax we citizens for our carbon footprints. Only two details stand in the way, the faltering economic times and a dramatic turn toward a colder climate. The last two bitter winters have led to a rise in public awareness that there is no runaway global warming. The public is now becoming skeptical of the claim that our carbon footprints from the use of fossil fuels is going to lead to climatic calamities.

How did we ever get to this point where bad science is driving big government to punish the citizens for living the good life that fossil fuels provide for us?

The story begins with an Oceanographer named Roger Revelle. He served with the Navy in World War II. After the war he became the Director of the Scripps Oceanographic Institute in La Jolla in San Diego, California. Revelle saw the opportunity to obtain major funding from the Navy for doing measurements and research on the ocean around the Pacific Atolls where the US military was conducting atomic bomb tests. He greatly expanded the Institute's areas of interest and among others hired Hans Suess, a noted Chemist from the University of Chicago, who was very interested in the traces of carbon in the environment from the burning of fossil fuels. Revelle tagged on to Suess studies and co-authored a paper with him in 1957. The paper raises the possibility that the carbon dioxide might be creating a greenhouse effect and causing atmospheric warming. It seems to be a plea for funding for more studies. Funding, frankly, is where Revelle's mind was most of the time.

Next Revelle hired a Geochemist named David Keeling to devise a way to measure the atmospheric content of Carbon dioxide. In 1960 Keeling published his first paper showing the increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and linking the increase to the burning of fossil fuels.
These two research papers became the bedrock of the science of global warming, even though they offered no proof that carbon dioxide was in fact a greenhouse gas. In addition they failed to explain how this trace gas, only a tiny fraction of the atmosphere, could have any significant impact on temperatures.

Now let me take you back to the1950s when this was going on. Our cities were entrapped in a pall of pollution from the crude internal combustion engines that powered cars and trucks back then and from the uncontrolled emissions from power plants and factories. Cars and factories and power plants were filling the air with all sorts of pollutants. There was a valid and serious concern about the health consequences of this pollution and a strong environmental movement was developing to demand action. Government accepted this challenge and new environmental standards were set. Scientists and engineers came to the rescue. New reformulated fuels were developed for cars, as were new high tech, computer controlled engines and catalytic converters. By the mid seventies cars were no longer big time polluters, emitting only some carbon dioxide and water vapor from their tail pipes. Likewise, new fuel processing and smoke stack scrubbers were added to industrial and power plants and their emissions were greatly reduced, as well.

But an environmental movement had been established and its funding and very existence depended on having a continuing crisis issue. So the research papers from Scripps came at just the right moment. And, with them came the birth of an issue; man-made global warming from the carbon dioxide from the burning of fossil fuels.

Revelle and Keeling used this new alarmism to keep their funding growing. Other researchers with environmental motivations and a hunger for funding saw this developing and climbed aboard as well. The research grants began to flow and alarming hypothesis began to show up everywhere.

The Keeling curve showed a steady rise in CO2 in atmosphere during the period since oil and coal were discovered and used by man. As of today, carbon dioxide has increased from 215 to 385 parts per million. But, despite the increases, it is still only a trace gas in the atmosphere. While the increase is real, the percentage of the atmosphere that is CO2 remains tiny, about 41 hundredths of one percent.

Several hypothesis emerged in the 70s and 80s about how this tiny atmospheric component of CO2 might cause a significant warming. But they remained unproven. Years have passed and the scientists kept reaching out for evidence of the warming and proof of their theories. And, the money and environmental claims kept on building up.

Back in the 1960s, this global warming research came to the attention of a Canadian born United Nation's bureaucrat named Maurice Strong. He was looking for issues he could use to fulfill his dream of one-world government. Strong organized a World Earth Day event in Stockholm, Sweden in 1970. From this he developed a committee of scientists, environmentalists and political operatives from the UN to continue a series of meeting.

Strong developed the concept that the UN could demand payments from the advanced nations for the climatic damage from their burning of fossil fuels to benefit the underdeveloped nations, a sort of CO2 tax that would be the funding for his one-world government. But, he needed more scientific evidence to support his primary thesis. So Strong championed the establishment of the United Nation's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. This was not a pure climate study scientific organization, as we have been led to believe. It was an organization of one-world government UN bureaucrats, environmental activists and environmentalist scientists who craved the UN funding so they could produce the science they needed to stop the burning of fossil fuels. Over the last 25 years they have been very effective. Hundreds of scientific papers, four major international meetings and reams of news stories about climatic Armageddon later, the UN IPCC has made its points to the satisfaction of most and even shared a Nobel Peace Prize with Al Gore.

At the same time, that Maurice Strong was busy at the UN, things were getting a bit out of hand for the man who is now called the grandfather of global warming, Roger Revelle. He had been very politically active in the late 1950's as he worked to have the University of California locate a San Diego campus adjacent to Scripps Institute in La Jolla. He won that major war, but lost an all important battle afterward when he was passed over in the selection of the first Chancellor of the new campus.

He left Scripps finally in 1963 and moved to Harvard University to establish a Center for Population Studies. It was there that Revelle inspired one of his students to become a major global warming activist. This student would say later, "It felt like such a privilege to be able to hear about the readouts from some of those measurements in a group of no more than a dozen undergraduates. Here was this teacher presenting something not years old but fresh out of the lab, with profound implications for our future!" The student described him as "a wonderful, visionary professor" who was "one of the first people in the academic community to sound the alarm on global warming," That student was Al Gore. He thought of Dr. Revelle as his mentor and referred to him frequently, relaying his experiences as a student in his book Earth in the Balance, published in 1992.

So there it is, Roger Revelle was indeed the grandfather of global warming. His work had laid the foundation for the UN IPCC, provided the anti-fossil fuel ammunition to the environmental movement and sent Al Gore on his road to his books, his move, his Nobel Peace Prize and a hundred million dollars from the carbon credits business.
What happened next is amazing.

The global warming frenzy was becoming the cause celeb of the media. After all the media is mostly liberal, loves Al Gore, loves to warn us of impending disasters and tell us "the sky is falling, the sky is falling". The politicians and the environmentalist loved it, too.

But the tide was turning with Roger Revelle. He was forced out at Harvard at 65 and returned to California and a semi retirement position at UCSD. There he had time to rethink Carbon Dioxide and the greenhouse effect. The man who had inspired Al Gore and given the UN the basic research it needed to launch its Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change was having second thoughts. In 1988 he wrote two cautionary letters to members of Congress. He wrote, "My own personal belief is that we should wait another 10 or 20 years to really be convinced that the greenhouse effect is going to be important for human beings, in both positive and negative ways." He added, "…we should be careful not to arouse too much alarm until the rate and amount of warming becomes clearer."

And in 1991 Revelle teamed up with Chauncey Starr, founding director of the Electric Power Research Institute and Fred Singer, the first director of the U.S. Weather Satellite Service, to write an article for Cosmos magazine. They urged more research and begged scientists and governments not to move too fast to curb greenhouse CO2 emissions because the true impact of carbon dioxide was not at all certain and curbing the use of fossil fuels could have a huge negative impact on the economy and jobs and our standard of living. I have discussed this collaboration with Dr. Singer. He assures me that Revelle was considerably more certain than he was at the time that carbon dioxide was not a problem.

Did Roger Revelle attend the Summer enclave at the Bohemian Grove in Northern California in the Summer of 1990 while working on that article? Did he deliver a lakeside speech there to the assembled movers and shakers from Washington and Wall Street in which he apologized for sending the UN IPCC and Al Gore onto this wild goose chase about global warming? Did he say that the key scientific conjecture of his lifetime had turned out wrong? The answer to those questions is, "I think so, but I do not know it for certain". I have not managed to get it confirmed as of this moment. It’s a little like Las Vegas; what is said at the Bohemian Grove stays at the Bohemian Grove. There are no transcripts or recordings and people who attend are encouraged not to talk. Yet, the topic is so important, that some people have shared with me on an informal basis.

Roger Revelle died of a heart attack three months after the Cosmos story was printed. Oh, how I wish he were still alive today. He might be able to stop this scientific silliness and end the global warming scam.

Al Gore has dismissed Roger Revelle’s Mea culpa as the actions of senile old man. And, the next year, while running for Vice President, he said the science behind global warming is settled and there will be no more debate, From 1992 until today, he and his cohorts have refused to debate global warming and when ask about we skeptics they simply insult us and call us names.

So today we have the acceptance of carbon dioxide as the culprit of global warming. It is concluded that when we burn fossil fuels we are leaving a dastardly carbon footprint which we must pay Al Gore or the environmentalists to offset. Our governments on all levels are considering taxing the use of fossil fuels. The Federal Environmental Protection Agency is on the verge of naming CO2 as a pollutant and strictly regulating its use to protect our climate. The new President and the US congress are on board. Many state governments are moving on the same course.

We are already suffering from this CO2 silliness in many ways. Our energy policy has been strictly hobbled by no drilling and no new refineries for decades. We pay for the shortage this has created every time we buy gas. On top of that the whole thing about corn based ethanol costs us millions of tax dollars in subsidies. That also has driven up food prices. And, all of this is a long way from over.

And, I am totally convinced there is no scientific basis for any of it.

Global Warming. It is the hoax. It is bad science. It is a highjacking of public policy. It is no joke. It is the greatest scam in history.

Sunday, February 08, 2009

Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth!

As seen in this revealing photo, the Twin Towers' destruction exhibited all the characteristics of destruction by explosives: (and some non-standard characteristics)

Destruction proceeds through the path of greatest resistance at nearly free-fall acceleration

Improbable symmetry of debris distribution

Extremely rapid onset of destruction

Over 100 first responders reported explosions and flashes

Multi-ton steel sections ejected laterally 600 ft at 60 mph

Mid-air pulverization of 90,000 tons of concrete & metal decking

Massive volume of expanding pyroclastic-like clouds

1200-foot-dia. debris field: no "pancaked" floors found

Isolated explosive ejections 20 – 40 stories below demolition front

Total building destruction: dismemberment of steel frame

Several tons of molten iron found under all 3 high-rises

Evidence of thermite incendiaries found in steel & dust samples

FEMA steel analysis: sulfidation, oxidation & intergranular melting

No precedent for steel-framed high-rise collapse due to fire

And exhibited none of the characteristics of destruction by fire, i.e.

Slow onset with large visible deformations

Asymmetrical collapse which follows the path of least resistance (laws of conservation of momentum would cause a falling, intact, from the point of plane impact, to the side most damaged by the fires)

Evidence of fire temperatures capable of softening steel

High-rise buildings with much larger, hotter, and longer lasting fires have never “collapsed”

Gutfeld Angered by Respect

Here's a partial list of the people that Greg Gutfeld called crazy. I ran out of time trying to list them all, more to follow.
Scholars for 9/11 Truth & Justice
Lawyers for 9/11 Truth
Veterans for 9/11 Truth
Religious Leaders for 911 Truth
Medical Professionals for 9/11 Truth
911 truth groups by state
911truth groups by country
Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth

The New Censorship

I was going to watch and post a video about how General Electric owns and controls NBC and MSNBC. The video was also going to point out that General Electric is one of the largest, most profitable defense contractors in the world. It might also show that the news that you get from one of the largest, most profitable defense contractors in the world could be somewhat tainted or slanted. But I guess you and I aren't allowed to watch such a video because this is all that is left of it.

This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by NBC Universal.


Joe Jackson - Steppin' Out

Saturday, February 07, 2009

A Dream Too Real

Ever have one of those dreams that seems so real that it's hard to wake up from? I mean it's hard to get back to reality even though you're awake? Well I just had one of them and this is the second time I've had a dream about it. In the dream there is a barn with two stories on top of the ground and one underneath. There is a house to the East of it. (The barn was confusing and easy to get lost in, somehow.) They have horses, I mean the barn is there because the people raise horses. There is a... let's say very attractive, sexually active young woman around 25, that has dirty blond hair in braids. There was a guy with black hair that was her boyfriend. (He seemed to be a handy boyfriend not the madly in love kind of a boyfriend.) She had two older brothers (not sure about older but bigger for sure). The alpha brother was kind of fat and was definitely dangerous. I had making beer in common with him and I think that might have saved my ass. As I was trying to make a graceful exit, I told him that I could bring some homemade beer next time I came. It was at this point that the little sister, with dark hair and pigtails (who seemed to be the most sane of them all) spoke up and said. "I don't think you should come back here again." As I left and got farther away, I realized that I had been in the past.
I know the exact location of the barn in my dream. It is a large vacant part of town with overgrown trees and grass. It was a powerful dream and as soon as I can I'll try to find out about the history of the land there.

No Such Thing as Evolution

I started to not believe in evolution but was afraid that God would make me die of an antibiotic resistant staph infection, just to teach me a lesson.

Thursday, February 05, 2009


Major changes are happening at the cookie factory. I'm moving up to the top of quality control of the cookies. I'm inheriting a very large mess from my predecessor but hopefully, I can straighten things out before too long. Now's my time to shine or to sputter and crash to the ground, either way, I'm all in.

Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Exploding Cell Phone Kills Man

Posted Feb 3, 09 4:57 AM CST
(Newser) – A man in Guangzhou, China, was killed last week when his cell phone blew up and severed an artery in his neck, the Times of London reports. The young shop clerk is believed to have put the phone in his breast pocket straight after charging a new battery before it exploded. Police are investigating whether the phone or battery were counterfeit and warn that consumers should always use original batteries.

Claiming that this is the ninth cell phone explosion recorded in China since 2002, a local paper offered these other tips on how to avoid being injured or killed by your phone:

* Never modify your phone
* Do not expose your phone to high temperatures or direct sunlight
* Avoid long phone conversations
* Keep your phone in a bag, not a pocket

Tuesday, February 03, 2009

Mr. President

"The 'war on drugs,' Mr. President, is a war on people. Drugs don't go to prison; people do. Drugs don't have families, homes or lives to lose; people do. You offer to 'extend a hand' to our enemies - won't you extend a hand to your own countrymen? You have the power to end Nixon's war, to bring half a million of our sons and daughters, our brothers and sisters, our husbands and our wives home. You have the power to restore freedom to the once-proud 'and of the Free.' Wouldn't that be a 'change' worth fighting for?"


Monday, February 02, 2009

Swimming for Ganja

14-time Olympic gold medal winner Michael Phelps caught with cannabis pipe.

Phelps knocked back beers and shots of spirits. And when a student offered him the glass bong engraved with red writing, he did not hesitate, says our source.

The 6ft 4ins athlete, in a white T-shirt and navy cap worn back to front, clasped the device in his huge hands and inhaled deeply.

Phelps's unofficial spokesperson Texlahoma stated "It's alright, he was so drunk he didn't know what he was doing."

"The issue here should be more about the evils of alcohol than anything else."

"We should either legalize marijuana or go back to the days of prohibition of alcohol."

Sunday, February 01, 2009


An odd combination of smells slapped Ron across the face as he entered Bonnie's. It smelled mostly like seed and feed with a dash of pesticide. "What can we get you?" Bonnie asked. Bonnie was wearing blue overalls as usual. "I just need some gloves." Two of his "Hands" walked up to see if they needed to load anything heavy. They looked like they were straight out of an episode of Gunsmoke. Long hair in an old fashion way. Like "I ain't got to town yet fer my spring haircut." but they were friendly enough. The whole place kind of gave Ron the creeps. Sometimes Bonnie's daughter would wait on you. To say that she was highly suspicious was an understatement. Once Ron bought some oil and charged it to the place he was working for. She said "That's not the kind of oil they use!" in an accusatory tone. Ron snapped back rather loudly "Well it is now!" Once she knows that you'll bite back she'll leave you alone. Bonnie halfheartedly said "Come again." as Ron was leaving, like he always does.
It was nice to be out of there, just something about that place.

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