Growing or learning medium abilities may seem like an impossible task. Some say you have to be born with a specific ability and grow that one over time. Most people however refuse to accept the reality of medium/ESP related abilities and therefore discourage the development of what could potentially be an awesome gift/talent.
Personally I believe that with the proper training, anyone can work on the talents that they wish to work on. For example, I’m not a very good artist, however I practiced drawing the same image over and over again and finally I was able to draw that image without reference to the source material and with surprisingly good results. If I worked hard enough, I could translate the skills and techniques I learned from that one drawing and apply it to others. However, some people come by the drawing ability naturally, and they don’t have to work as hard to keep up their skills. They still practice, but it seems that they have a natural knack for applying those skills.
I feel medumship is the same. Most people may have one form of medium like abilities, or other abilities related to ESP. We are brought up in a society that tells us not to seek out our talents because they are not real, therefore these skills aren’t developed. This is a complete shame. I feel the lack of true paranormal ability in society is due more to the mentality of society and less with the lack of talent.
There are a few abilities that are highly encouraged by religious practices all over the world. For example clairvoyance and clairaudience are encouraged and desired by many religions that practice prayer to a deity. The ability to receive messages from their god is their main goal. Sadly not everyone has the natural talent for these abilities, and so the training of prayer is only so useful. Even more unfortunate are the people who the training actually works for them and do start to receive messages. Upon trying to explain their experiences they are immediately criticized, ostracized, and persecuted against. It’s as if it’s ok to believe it if the message comes from a Prophet or a Pope, but it’s discouraged for people without the status title to be able to have such experiences.
My advice for those that want to grow their paranormal talents? Find someone that will help you, practice every day, and keep an open mind. Finding a support group or mentor is no different than a child taking piano lessons, and there is no reason it should be seen differently. With daily practice you will find results. You will not see them right away, just like a novice guitar player will not be able to perform a Jimmy Hendrix piece. Eventually however, your hard work will give way to some sort of realization. Finally if you keep trying and you just can’t get it right, don’t get discouraged. Maybe you just don’t have the natural talent for that ability. Maybe try switching your study to something that fits your nature a bit better. For example when I was younger, I tried desperately through prayer to achieve results from clairaudience. It wasn’t until I got frustrated and angry that I started feeling messages rather than hearing them. I then switched my focus to telempathy and started finding much greater success.
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It’s that time of year again! Santa is coming! And if you don’t know what to put on your holiday list yet, let me help you with that. I have searched Amazon.com to come up with the most popular zombie gift ideas this holiday season! Every Monday from now until Christmas, I’ll be putting up some gift ideas from toys, to books, to video games, and even decorum.
So this week I figured I would bring you the most popular of the zombie books. The books category can be graphic novels, paperback, hardback, and even game guides. The only thing I have excluded from this list is Kindle only books. Nothing against Kindle only books, but it’s kind of hard to go to your local book store to pick them up and just as hard to put them under the tree.
To find my results, I went to the specific department, and searched “Zombies.” I then selected “New and Popular” in the Sort by Field. If you try this yourself, be warned, some things that come up are not zombie related. So to come up with this list I had to do some clean up. I’ve removed anything from the results that do not seem to fit (for example aliens instead of zombies), and even grouped like items together so that we weren’t coming up with 3 different Walking Dead Graphic Novels on our list. Instead I’ll just mention the group as a set. I also removed anything with less than 4 stars from this list.
WARNING: I have not read all of these books myself. Books may not be suitable for all ages. Quality and “Top 10” status are not set by me; they are set by Amazon.com and the reviewers of the books who have posted on Amazon.com. If you disagree with this top 10 in any way, feel free to leave a comment below and tell us what you would have picked instead, however please do not simply post trash. Tell us why you did/didn’t like the book, what you would have replaced it with, and why. “This book sucks turds,” is not an acceptable review.
10. Zombies Hate Stuff – By Greg Stones
Greg Stones is no author by any means of the word. However he happens to be a very witty and talented artist, which goes a long way if you’re making an art book. The 64 words in this book are only about the things zombies hate, or don’t mind, or seem to have a slight annoyance to. His watercolor paintings will delight you and tickle your funny bone. Which by the way, should be one of the things zombies don’t mind… mmmm… funny bones.
9. Day by Day Armageddon: Shattered Hourglass – By J. L. Bourne
This book will not be released until after Christmas, which should disqualify it from this list. However, as not everyone celebrates Christmas, it makes it in on the technicality that we want to be fare for all holiday celebrators. Besides, you could always pre-order It and wrap the receipt right?
Being as this book hasn’t been released; there are no reviews to learn from here. There is an excerpt on the Amazon page (link in the title), and it reads like a diary. Just as the title suggests, it reads about the day to day life of a military man living in the zombie filled apocalypse. If you liked Bourne’s other Day by Day Armageddon books, you should like this one as well. My suggestion is to see if you could get one of the older ones on Kindle for cheep (or free in some cases), and read those first. If you like it, this will be a safe bet.
8 Warm Bodies: A Novel – By Isaac Marion
Soon to be a major motion picture, Warm Bodies follows the unlife of R, a zombie who is reformed by his new found “love” of his latest victim’s girlfriend. It seems that in Marion’s zombie apocalypse a zombie who eats a brain can tap into the memories of its victim, and Julie is one vivid “memory.” Instead of eating her too, he decides to protect her, and this decision could have consequences that reach far beyond the fate of just the two of them.
This ZomRomCom may do for zombies what Twilight did for vampires. I’m hoping against hope that because this book has a humor element to it, the people will enjoy it for what it is. A story. Could it change the way people view zombies forever? Maybe. But you’ll have to read it to find out.
7 The Boys’ Book of Survival (How to Survive Anything, Anywhere) – By Guy Campbell and Scholastic
If you are a fan of the popular series of books The Dangerous Book for Boys and The Daring Book for Girls, you will be a fan of The Boys’ Book of Survival. From surviving in the desert, to surviving a school dance, this book will teach your child how to be the toughest little kid on the block. If you haven’t read this series before, you may be highly surprised at the interesting tales and the truthfulness of these books. Unfortunately Scholastic is discontinuing this title, and it won’t be out long, so grab it while it’s here.
By the way, if you are offended by the content in the book being “sexist,” I look at it this way. Scholastic found a niche with children and used it. Like it or not, even in this all inclusive society we all live in, boys will think girls are gross, and girls will think boys have cuties. There is something innocent in this child’s perspective of the world that we can all remember from our childhood. These books do nothing more than attempt to relate to their target audience. You can be as inclusive as you want to be when raising your children, but sometimes they just want to feel like something is just for them. And these books do an amazing job of that. If we as understanding and reasonable adults were to look at it this way, and just let our children enjoy what they like, then why would this be an issue in the first place?
Should Scholastic have named these books differently? Maybe. But what is wrong if your girl reads a book that says it’s made for boys? Absolutely nothing. If she likes learning about fighting sharks and living in the desert, let her read the book, and don’t make her feel bad about a message that she may not even be concerned about until you stuck your opinions in her imagination. On the same note, if your boy wants to read Girls Only! How to Survive Anything! so he may learn how to socialize with people that send mixed signals, or to have the most obedient (and frankly cool) cat ever, LET HIM! Better yet, let them read both, and use it as a lesson for them to learn to like the things they like because they like it, and not because someone else said they should based on preconceived notions of what the majority of their peers are interested in.
What I’m trying to say is summed up like this. Titles be damned! Let kids learn, grow, and discover! And stop being so uptight about the title of a book. Both books have great information and maybe you should encourage them to read both.
6 This Book Is Full of Spiders: Seriously, Dude, Don’t Touch It – by David Wong
If you’re looking for a funny zombie book that’s not your typical zombie story, you just found it. Some claim this book isn’t really about zombies, some claim its zombies but in a different way. I’m open-minded about this. I haven’t read this book yet but it is defiantly on my must read list. Reviews say its horror in its best form with lots of humor to make this book a sinful pleasure. If you are a fan of dark humor, gore, zombies, horror, and of course spiders, then This Book Is Full of Spiders: Seriously, Dude, Don’t Touch It is just right for you.
5 Call of Duty: Black Ops II Limited Edition Strategy Guide – by BradyGames
If you need an introduction to a strategy guide, then you must be the best gamer ever. If you need an introduction to this strategy guide, you have been hiding under a rock and need to pick up a game controller.
With a sleek look, this hard cover guide covered in a superior foil in gloss finish will look quite sexy on your coffee table when you record your victory dance while watching the replay of sniping that noob right back into Call of Duty : Black Ops. Oh and the exclusive journal that comes with the strategy guide will work perfectly as you record every win and well, every win because with the top player tips and tricks reveled in the guide, you should never loose. That is unless you just suck at FPS games… like me.
4 The Walking Dead Novels – by Robert Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga
You read that right. Novels. Not comic books, not graphic novels, novels. I didn’t even know these existed until I saw them on the list! Have you ever wanted to know more about that “paradise” called Woodberry? A highly popular story line in both the graphic novels and the AMC television show is the story of Woodberry and its corrupt leader “The Governor.” These books expand on that storyline, giving you an inside look at the town like you’ve never seen before. There are two in the series that I have found so far The Road to Woodberry and Rise of the Governor. These would be the perfect gift for any The Walking Dead fan. Not to mention they could give you your fix until it comes back in another month or so.
3 The Zombie Survival Guide – Max Brooks
I don’t expect this book to fall of the top 10 for years and years to come. This book was, admittedly, my starting point into the world of zombies. No, not the Living Dead series, The Zombie Survival Guide. I picked it up on a whim. I thought it would be funny and a good way to pass some time. Little did I know that this book would influence so much of who I am and what I do today.
This is essential reading for ANY zombie fan. If you haven’t read this book, then you are not a fan. Many people have picked up this book and have decided that it wasn’t funny enough for them. It’s not meant as a comedy. I take it more as an expansion to the World War Z universe. Although Brooks wrote this book before writing WWZ, if you have already read WWZ, then you may appreciate how someone living in that situation might write a survival guide like this to help others. Conversely, this book sets the rules, and the tone for World War Z. This is a survival handbook, with small amounts of humor, and stories thrown in. This is not a novel, this is The Zombie Survival Guide. Its informative, and it gets you to really start thinking “how would I handle this situation.” I take its advice as cannon for this blog and all my survival posts. Five stars is not enough to rate this well thought out, well written guide to survive a zombie attack, big or small.
2 World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War – Max Brooks
Another book I don’t expect to fall off this list for a long, long time. The book that Brad Pitt’s new movie is supposed to be based off of, this book tells the tale of the entire world as it plunges into the darkest depths of despair that would come about from a zombie apocalypse in a way that is so unique, you can’t help but get sucked in. Instead of focusing on one persons perspective, brooks puts together “interviews with the survivors” of this devastating calamity.
Brooks’ insight into humanity is one that is so in depth, and so realistic, you can’t help but feel like you’ve actually have been there. Not to mention the amazing feat into giving each interviewee their own personality to go along so well with their experiences. You see the good, the bad, and the ugly side of humanity in only the way that a truly devastating event can bring out in us. This is a masterpiece that will be read by zombie fans for years and years to come.
1 The Walking Dead Graphic Novels – Robert Kirkman
Earlier I talked about the novels, these are the graphic novels that started it all. Take the original journey along side of a band of survivors at the end of the end of the world. For those that have watched the AMC TV show be warned, this is not the TV show. It is Kirkman’s original vision of the series. You’ll find familiar characters and story lines, but compared to the tv show, I feel that this telling of the story is more brutal, more honest, and the quintessential starting point for The Walking Dead experience. It’s not that I don’t like the TV show, in fact I love it, but this is best place to go for the true experience into the horror of what the zombie apocalypse according the imagining of Kirkman himself. Read for yourself, you won’t be disappointed!
There you have it! The top 10 zombie books of the season. Did you have a book you would like to recommend that did not make it to the list? Add an addendum in the comments below!
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Because of these reasons zombie video games run ramped and we are only likely to see more and more of these crop up. I now present to you the list of the top 10 zombie video games by popularity according to Amazon.com.
1. Plants VS. Zombies – This game by PopCap games has been on the market for a while, but is still insanely popular with people. It’s cute, its casual, and it’s easy to understand. If you’ve played it I almost guarantee you have been enthralled by it enough to play it to it’s end, and then some. Just challenging enough to make it fun, this game provides casual gamers a wonderful experience on what innovative game play can be like.
2. Dead Island – This is a recent obsession of mine. Unlike the number one game on this list, this game should not be played by children. At all. Strong language, drinking and drug use, and lots of violence leave this game right at the top of the mature section. I wrote a few blogs about this game so you should be no stranger to it. Still a little buggy even at this stage of release, that shouldn’t stop you from buying this one for the adventure gamer in your life. It is the must have game of the season, maybe 2nd to Skyrim.
3. Resident Evil 4 – Are there newer installments of this game out there? Yes there are. But none of those are available on the Nintendo Wii. This is the closest experience you will get to slashing, and shooting up the undead masses until the Apocalypse. Get in some good practice while you can still re spawn at the last save point.
4. Call of Duty: Black Ops – Probably the most popular Call of Duty ever. You can play the normal modes where you reenact some of the most infamous battles of the cold war era, or you can skip right on down the the zombie killing! Not the first zombie shooter out there, but by far one of the most referenced ones. With multi player mode, each of your conflicts will be different and unique giving replayability to this game probably for years to come.
5. Call of Duty: World at War – Predating Black Ops by about 2 years, this was the first COD to include zombies. This mode is unlockable after you beat the story mode on any difficulty. Playing this is a lot of fun with friends as it is easier to defend yourself against the waves of undead hoards. It’s an oldy, but a goody. If your looking to get into FPS’s or the COD franchise, it’s a good start off point as it’s much cheaper than the more recent titles and it’s combat system is still just as good.
6. Left 4 Dead 2 – This is the sequel to the highly popular Valve title Left 4 Dead. This sequel features loads of new weapons (including melee!), new special infected to fight, and almost an unlimited number of different variations of game play. Every week Valve has a new challenge mode to try, making this a game fun to play with your friends over and over again.
7. Rise of Nightmares – This is one of the few games on the list that I have not been able to play yet. Exclusively for the Xbox Kinect this game requires you to move your whole body in order to solve puzzles, sneak past enemies, and of course fight off the undead hoards. If you like horror games, and feeling like your a part of them too, check this one out.
8. Dead Rising 2 – This sequel to the impressive Dead Rising boasts loads of new content including new characters, new protagonists, and new laughs. Take advantage of the new 2 player co- op, or test your mettle against 3 other friends to fight in a gladiator style show aginst the undead. Combine everyday items to make the ultimate zombie weapon and devestate your adversary. Don’t forget to take the time to poke fun at the zombies as this game will allow you do pull creative pranks, just like in the original game. Ever push a zombie in a shopping cart down a set of stairs? The laughs never end.
9. Resident Evil 5 – Continuing on the trend of Co-op games is Resident Evil 5. The fist instalment in this series that allows you to play with a friend in order to unravel the plot of evil attempting to use bio-organic weapons in their reign of terror. Having played this one myself, it is not for the feint of heart. It is challenging, and it is scary as hell. If you love your zombie shooters with a touch of reality (as in difficult to kill, easy to die) defiantly play this game.
10. Left 4 Dead – We already discussed the spawn of this game, however going back to the original is just as fun. If you are just getting into FPS games, Start with this one. Much cheeper than Left 4 Dead 2, you can find this game as a quick pick up and play. The original is just as challenging as the sequel and just as fun.
And that’s the top 10 most popular zombie video games according to Amazon.com. Please keep in mind that I have edited my search results to remove duplicate games and games not pertaining to zombies. For more video game ideas check out www.amazon.com.
And that concludes my series of holiday gift ideas for zombie fans. I’m sure you have found something by now you can get that zombie fan of yours this holiday season. Be sure to Like us on Facebook for more zombie goodness. Also don’t forget you can follow me on Twitter, and Google +. And if you had anything to say about this series or have gift ideas of your own that I have not covered, please feel free to comment below or email me at email@example.com.
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3. Zombieland – Pardon me as I do a little dance. I loved this movie. And how could you not. The characters are engaging, the story telling is intriguing, and it’s just hilarious. Woodie Harrelson (Tallahassee) I feel makes this movie with his tough guy attitude and his ever clever strategy of zombie killing. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll watch it again and again.
4. Doctor Who Season 1 – This was a surprise to me. Don’t lynch me now, but I have not seen a lot of Doctor Who in my time. The stuff I have watched I’ve loved, but I did not know that there were ever zombies in Doctor Who. Evidently episode 10 of season 1 has a zombie army. This qualifies it to be on the list, although, Doctor Who might have gotten a pass with no zombies anyway. So who wants to catch me up on this series? I will gladly accept your generous gifts of this fantastic series. Anyone? Well it was worth a shot.
5.Corpse Bride – Fun for the whole family, this movie will be the friendliest zombies will ever get. Seriously this is the closest you’ll ever get to having the public accept your necrophilia fetish, so just accept that it’s number 5 on this list, and purchase it already. The premise of this movie is like a romcom gone horribly wrong. If you were accidentally married to a zombie, you would have second thoughts too. If you like Tim Berton’s work (admit it you cried watching Edward Scissorhands), this movie is a must own.
6. Evil Dead 2 - When you think zombies, if you don’t think Bruce Campbell, there is something wrong with you. Who hasn’t dreamed of being that hero among heroes, single handed fighting the undead masses and winning epically? There is something to be said about funny zombie movies, and the Evil Dead series takes the cake as the first popular funny zombie story. Plenty of blood and guts in this one, so it might be better to watch with a more mature audience.
7. Shaun of the Dead – Yet another zombie comedy on the list. This toung in cheek movie will have you rolling in your seat. If you like British humor, you will love this movie. This is the story of two friends who are determined to save the ones they love (and even some they don’t). Not quite competent, this band of brothers fight the zombies the best way they know how, and crack us up in the mean time.
8. Aaah! Zombies – If you heard of this one, kudos to you. I am reading one good review after another on this one. It’s a B movie, but much like a lot of B movies, it has heart. Told from the perspective of the zombie, you get a story of survival as 4 young zombies try to fight there way out of town so they can escape the fast moving monsters trying to kill them. This is yet another zom com, but if you like quirky, off the wall movies that probably didn’t make it main stream, this will be your cup of tea.
9. Prince of Darkness – Finally, an actual horror movie on this list. When a group of grad students and scientists open up a canister containing the most sinister of evil forces, they accidentally unleash the horrors that are, the zombie. This disturbing movie dared to question things like God and the Devil, and Man’s role on earth in a time when such things were never questioned. If your looking for the kind of horror movie that will keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish, I’m told John Carpenter doesn’t disappoint.
10. Horror Classics 50 Movie Pack - Now this is what I’m talking about! Know your roots. When people were just starting to learn the allure of horror, these 50 movies started it all. Will we still find these movies as suspenseful as our parents and grandparents did? This collection contains many zombie movies including Night of the Living Dead, Dead Men Walk, Revolt of the Zombies, and White Zombie (starring the master of horror himself Bela Lugosi). And just for a bit of variety, you also have your pics of other horror movies such as, The Screaming Skull, The Phantom of the Opera, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and the original The House on Haunted Hill.
As with my previous lists, I did remove some movies and shows that were not zombie related or were duplicate postings, so make sure you visit www.amazon.com for more ideas.
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More gift ideas for your zombie loving peeps. That’s right, Christmas ain’t getting any further away and if you haven’t picked up your gifts yet, I got a lot more ideas for you. This time I want to go over the top 10 zombie books this year based on an Amazon.com search of the word “zombie”, sorted by popularity. Now just keep in mind, just because it’s popular, doesn’t make it a good book, so do some research before you buy a zomromcom (Zombie Romance Comedy) for your adventure/action loving husband.
1. The Walking Dead: Compendium One (Robert Kirkman) – How can this not be at the top of the list. The Walking Dead is the most celebrated zombie comic of all time. And with the popularity of the AMC tv show, this was bound to be on everyone’s wish list. This collection features the first eight volumes of the comic book, so it’s a great way for someone to start getting caught up with the series right away.
2. The Zombie Survival Guide: Complete Protection from the Living Dead (Max Brooks) – Why this isn’t at #1 I do not know. Maybe it’s just been out for too long and everyone and their mother has it. But really it’s like the bible, how many copies is too many? If I need to explain to you what this is, you need to purchase it right now. Go. Stop reading my crap ass blog and get this book. And don’t come back until you have.
3. Hollowland (The Hollows, #1) (Amanda Hocking): What would you do to save your only family member left in the zombie apocalypse? Would you be willing to walk across the zombie infested country? How about leave a school full of children to die? Or even your best friend? Hollowland is about all that, and more. Written for teens, this self published book is the start of a trilogy that will take you on one protagonist’s journey to save her little brother, and maybe more? This is part action/adventure, and part romance. Rated 4.5 stars, and recommended for ages 16 and up as it does contain violence, language, and mild sexual situations. Not sure whether to buy it or not? Download it for free for the Kindle, or your Kindle app for your smart phone.
4. The Resurrected — Part One (Megan Hart): I can’t get a reading on this one. Didn’t have time to read it before this blog post was due, and I could find no reviews on this work. I did find a synopsis however and I’m impressed with the creativeness. Not everyone uses flowers as the catalyst for a zombie apocalypse. The books are a collection of interconnected short stories written to tell a larger story. Megan has provided free copies via Kindel download and on her website. Because Megan is more for her erotic stories than her horror, I wouldn’t be surprised if this book is suited more for adults, as she has noted on her website that it will contain content that she describes as “sexy times.”
5. Scare Crows (Tom Upton)- All the reviews I’m reading of this are the same. If you can get past typos and editing problems (you read this blog so you shouldn’t have an issue with that,) then it is a great book. Funny with interesting and well written characters, Scare Crows is about a town with a problem, but as the only one who can see the problem for what it is a Vite Nam Vet who doesn’t have all his marbles in one bag so to speak. If your only warning about your impending doom was someone who was half crazy, would you heed the intimation? Reviews have reviled adult scenes in this book, so be careful giving this one to young readers.
6. Diary of the Displaced (Glynn James) – Reviews for this book are off the charts. Only one bad review I’ve read so far (there’s always one). As far as how much zombies play a role in the protagonist’s story, I do not know as of yet, but if you like your monsters a little diversified, you may want to check this one out. After reading the preview available it doesn’t look like the writer just briefly mentions anything and then abandons it which is a good sign. I defiantly want to take a look into this one. This is science fiction/fantasy and with what I read of it looks like whoever receives this present may be pleasantly surprised.
7. Hollowmen (The Hollows #2) (Amanda Hocking) – I debated putting this one on the list as it is a Gift list and why would you give the 2nd book in a series. So be nice to the receiver and pick up the 1st book listed earlier in the list. There are mixed reviews on the sequel to this series with a lot of people feeling let down. However I try not to put too much stock into others opinions and try to read for myself. This book does answer questions left from the first one as one reviewer pointed out, so it may be good just to get some closure. Again, purchase with a more mature teen in mind due to content much like the first book.
8.World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War (Max Brooks) – What kind of list would this be without this book? This book reads like a documentary, and so at times can be tough to get through. But it is worth it. The stories told in this book are fantastic and can only come from the leading expert in the zombie field himself, Max Brooks. If you read the Zombie Survival Guide, or are a zombie fan of any kind, you will love this book!
9. Die Already ( Kipp Poe Speicher, Tom Raimbault and Kaleigh Noel Speicher) – Not a zombie as in return from the dead, but just enough to make this list. What do you get when you are cursed with the “gift” of life? What if noting that was ever around you could die? Even if they wanted to? You get one twisted love story. This one is said to be short, but well worth the read, and for free with Kindle download, why not?
10. Circus of the Dead (Seth Blackburn)- Post-post apocalyptic setting. A second generation survivor who did not have to see the horror that was, may get an all too uncomfortable look at life outside his makeshift town, and the curse that was the undead. Mixed reviews on this one, but hey with a free Kindle download, you can decide for yourself before you buy for someone else.
Honorable mention not found on Amazon.com? The Dead Future Anthology! Get all the stories from the original books, plus an additional 3 stories and tons of extra art! Links for purchasing are to the right.
There you go, the unofficial Amazon.com zombie readers list. Keep in mind I have omitted a few books that had little to do with zombies, if none at all. I also removed one book that was a duplicate. To see more zombie suggestions visit www.amazon.com.
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