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No, not everyone can become famous or a celebrity. There are requirements. Such as having a history of sexual abuse/molestation/rape that runs in your family. Why is this? It's due to how the mind becomes fragmented during traumatic experiences, which makes it so a handler can control and program the fragmented pieces of the mind, and alter-egos that are created from the fragmentation. Those with fragmentation can usually make the best actors and actresses as their minds switch to the alter-ego role that been assigned for them to play, and is often created after they are given the role by their handler.

The "directors" prefers those who have a history of sexual abuse because they are easier to manipulate and control, as their minds are basically damaged by the repetitive abuse
they expereinced. Our minds are so fragile!


Famous people who were abused when they were younger:
(I copied and added more to this from the link below)

Alexander Pushkin (poet) abuse, info courtesy of AEST
Alice Walker (author/activist) abuse
Andrea Dworkin (author/activist) rape
Angela Rose (activist) sexual assault (visit Angela's site here )
Angela Shelton (actress/model/director/actvist) incest
Angie Dickenson (actress, etc) emotional abuse
Angelina Jolie (actess) child abuse (sexual?)
Anne Heche (actress) incest
Anne Sexton (poet) child sexual abuse, info courteousy of AEST
Antwone Fisher (author) emotional abuse/child sexual abuse
Axl Rose (musician) child sexual abuse (according to IMDB.com)
Baby Lyssa Chapman (famous bounty hunter/daughter of Dog) statutory rape
Beethoven (composer) unspecified child abuse
Beth Chapman (famous bail bondswoman/wife of Dog) domestic violence
Bill Clinton (former U.S. President) secondary domestic violence
Billie Holliday (singer) childhood rape
Billy Connoly (comedian) incest
Brett Butler (actress) domestic violence
Britney Spears (pop singer) child sexual abuse (by father)
Carlos Santana (musician) child sexual abuse
Carrie Otis (model) rape
Chester Bennington (musician) child sexual abuse
Christina Aguilera (singer) unspecified child abuse/secondary domestic violence (by father)
Christina Applegate (actress) dating violence
Christina Crawford (author) emotional abuse
Cindy Williams (actress) emotional abuse
Clara Bow (actress) incest
Connie Francis (singer) rape
Corey Feldman (actor) child sexual abuse
Dave Mustaine (musician) child physical abuse/secondary domestic violence
Dave Pelzer (author) multiple forms of abuse
Derek Luke (actor) child sexual abuse
Desi Arnaz, Jr. (actor) emotional abuse
Dog the Bounty Hunter (famous bounty hunter/reality TV stars) child physical abuse
Dorie VanStone (author) multiple forms of abuse
Drew Barrymore (actress) unspecified child abuse
Eleanor Roosevelt (former First Lady) unspecified child abuse
Elizabeth I (Queen of England) teenage sexual assault, info courteousy of AEST
Elizabeth Barrett Browning (poet) abuse, info courteousy of AEST
Elizabeth Loftus (psychologist) child sexual abuse
Ella Fitzgerald (singer) abuse
Emme (model) emotional abuse
Erin Gray (actress) unspecified child abuse
Eve Ensler (playwright/actress) incest
Fantasia (singer) teenage rape
Farrah Faucett (actress) domestic violence
Fiona Apple (musician) childhood rape
Florence Holway (artist/activist) rape
Fran Drescher (actress) rape
Gabrielle Union (actress) rape
Gavin DeBecker (violent crime expert) psychological abuse
George Orwell (author) unspecified child abuse
Greg Luganis (athlete) abuse
Halle Berry (actress, model) domestic violence
Henry Miller (writer) abuse, info courtesy of AEST
Henry Rollins (musician) child sexual abuse
Janice Dickenson (model) child physical & emotional abuse
Janice Mirikitani (poet) incest, Janice's story is featured on a DVD sold at RAINN's site
Johannes Brahms (composer) child sexual abuse, info courteousy of AEST
Jonathan Davis (musician) child sexual abuse
Joyce Meyer (evangelist, author) child physical abuse & incest
Kirk Hammett (musician) child physical & sexual abuse
Laveraneus Coles (athlete) child sexual abuse
Leslie Triber (author/poet) abuse
Lorena Bobbit - marital rape
Lynn C. Tolson (author) incest/domestic violence/sexual assault
Madonna (pop singer) child abuse
Marie Waldrep (poet/activist) incest/domestic violence
Marilyn Manson (musician) child sexual abuse
Marilyn Monroe (actress) child physical & sexual abuse/childhood attempted rape (according to IMDB.com)/domestic violence
Marilyn VanDerber Atler (former Miss America) incest
Mary J. Blige (singer) emotional abuse/childhood rape/secondary domestic violence
Mary Wollestonecraft (author) child physical abuse
Mata Hari (famous spy) domestic violence
Maya Angelou (author, poet) childhood rape
Maynard James Keenan (musician) child sexual abuse
Meat Loaf (musician) peer abuse/parental physical abuse (?)
Mike Patton (musician) neglect/child sexual abuse
Michael Jackson (and his siblings) child abuse (by father)
Missy Elliot (rapper, producer) child sexual abuse/secondary domestic violence
MoN'ique (comedian, actress) child sexual abuse (by brother)
Nicole Brown Simpson - domestic violence (very likely murdered by OJ)
Oprah Winfrey (talk show host) child sexual abuse
Ozzy Osbourne (musician) child sexual abuse
Pamela Anderson (actress) rape/domestic violence
Patricia Weaver Francisco (author) rape
Patsy Cline (singer) domestic violence
Patty Duke (actress, etc.) multiple forms of abuse, info courtesy of AEST
Paula White (evangelist, author) child sexual abuse
Queen Latifah (rapper/actress/model) child sexual abuse
Rain Pryor (actress) child physical abuse/teenage sexual abuse
Richard Nixon (former U.S. President) unspecified child abuse
Rita Hayworth (actress) incest
Rhianna (singer) domestic abuse
Robert Blake (actor) multiple forms of abuse, info courtesy of AEST
Rosanne Arnold (actress) child sexual abuse
Rose McGowan (actress) religious related (SRA?) abuse
Rosie Perez (actress) child sexual abuse
Rosie O'Donnell (actress/ex Tv host) child sexual abuse
Rudyard Kipling (author) unspecified child abuse
Sandra Dee (actress) incest
Sinead O'Connor (musician) multiple forms of abuse, info courteousy of AEST
Stasi Eldredge (author) rape
Suzanne Somers (actress) emotional abuse
Teri Hatcher (actress) incest
Tina Turner (singer) domestic violence
Tom Arnold (actor, etc) abuse, info courtesy of AEST
Toni Childs (musician) abuse, info courteousy of AEST
Tori Amos (musician) rape / child abuse (by uncle)
Tyler Perry (actor) child abuse
Virginia Woolf (author) incest
Viva (actress) child sexual abuse

There's many more celebrities who were abused. Most just don't talk about it.


Sources can be found here:
[link to www.aswaterspassingby.org]
[link to www.aest.org.uk]
and by simply searching google.
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Well I am glad these celebrities have become successful now and this is the best attack to the abuser.
Many of the abusers do this for control reasons only.
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Sexual Serial Killers and Child Abuse:
[link to www.springerlink.com]

Fifty serial killers who murdered for the primary goal of attaining sexual gratification, termed lust killers, were studied to determine the prevalence of childhood abuse. Information regarding the childhood abuse sustained by each killer was obtained primarily from biographical books, newspaper articles, and online sites. Abuse was categorized into physical abuse, sexual abuse, psychological abuse, and neglect and was then compared to societal norms from 2001. Abuse of all types excluding neglect was significantly higher in the serial killer population. For serial killers, the prevalence of physical abuse was 36%; sexual abuse was 26%; and psychological abuse was 50%. Neglect was equally prevalent in the serial killer (18%) and societal norm populations.


Makes you also wonder if any of those serial killers were perhaps programmed to kill? Since many most like developed alter-egos as the result of the abuse they experienced.
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12/20/2009 05:29 AM
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spot on OP. the talent of these people comes from their traumatic experiences. in order to escape the traumatic memories they resort to some activity and they get very good at it.
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George Bush, The CIA, Mind Control & Child Abuse:
[link to www.aracnet.com]
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I wish the attackers were named and shamed.
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No, not everyone can become famous or a celebrity. There are requirements. Such as having a history of sexual abuse/molestation/rape that runs in your family. Why is this? It's due to how the mind becomes fragmented during traumatic experiences, which makes it so a handler can control and program the fragmented pieces of the mind, and alter-egos that are created from the fragmentation. Those with fragmentation can usually make the best actors and actresses as their minds switch to the alter-ego role that been assigned for them to play, and is often created after they are given the role by their handler.

The "directors" prefers those who have a history of sexual abuse because they are easier to manipulate and control, as their minds are basically damaged by the repetitive abuse
they expereinced. Our minds are so fragile!


Famous people who were abused when they were younger:
(I copied and added more to this from the link below)

Alexander Pushkin (poet) abuse, info courtesy of AEST
Alice Walker (author/activist) abuse
Andrea Dworkin (author/activist) rape
Angela Rose (activist) sexual assault (visit Angela's site here )
Angela Shelton (actress/model/director/actvist) incest
Angie Dickenson (actress, etc) emotional abuse
Angelina Jolie (actess) child abuse (sexual?)
Anne Heche (actress) incest
Anne Sexton (poet) child sexual abuse, info courteousy of AEST
Antwone Fisher (author) emotional abuse/child sexual abuse
Axl Rose (musician) child sexual abuse (according to IMDB.com)
Baby Lyssa Chapman (famous bounty hunter/daughter of Dog) statutory rape
Beethoven (composer) unspecified child abuse
Beth Chapman (famous bail bondswoman/wife of Dog) domestic violence
Bill Clinton (former U.S. President) secondary domestic violence
Billie Holliday (singer) childhood rape
Billy Connoly (comedian) incest
Brett Butler (actress) domestic violence
Britney Spears (pop singer) child sexual abuse (by father)
Carlos Santana (musician) child sexual abuse
Carrie Otis (model) rape
Chester Bennington (musician) child sexual abuse
Christina Aguilera (singer) unspecified child abuse/secondary domestic violence (by father)
Christina Applegate (actress) dating violence
Christina Crawford (author) emotional abuse
Cindy Williams (actress) emotional abuse
Clara Bow (actress) incest
Connie Francis (singer) rape
Corey Feldman (actor) child sexual abuse
Dave Mustaine (musician) child physical abuse/secondary domestic violence
Dave Pelzer (author) multiple forms of abuse
Derek Luke (actor) child sexual abuse
Desi Arnaz, Jr. (actor) emotional abuse
Dog the Bounty Hunter (famous bounty hunter/reality TV stars) child physical abuse
Dorie VanStone (author) multiple forms of abuse
Drew Barrymore (actress) unspecified child abuse
Eleanor Roosevelt (former First Lady) unspecified child abuse
Elizabeth I (Queen of England) teenage sexual assault, info courteousy of AEST
Elizabeth Barrett Browning (poet) abuse, info courteousy of AEST
Elizabeth Loftus (psychologist) child sexual abuse
Ella Fitzgerald (singer) abuse
Emme (model) emotional abuse
Erin Gray (actress) unspecified child abuse
Eve Ensler (playwright/actress) incest
Fantasia (singer) teenage rape
Farrah Faucett (actress) domestic violence
Fiona Apple (musician) childhood rape
Florence Holway (artist/activist) rape
Fran Drescher (actress) rape
Gabrielle Union (actress) rape
Gavin DeBecker (violent crime expert) psychological abuse
George Orwell (author) unspecified child abuse
Greg Luganis (athlete) abuse
Halle Berry (actress, model) domestic violence
Henry Miller (writer) abuse, info courtesy of AEST
Henry Rollins (musician) child sexual abuse
Janice Dickenson (model) child physical & emotional abuse
Janice Mirikitani (poet) incest, Janice's story is featured on a DVD sold at RAINN's site
Johannes Brahms (composer) child sexual abuse, info courteousy of AEST
Jonathan Davis (musician) child sexual abuse
Joyce Meyer (evangelist, author) child physical abuse & incest
Kirk Hammett (musician) child physical & sexual abuse
Laveraneus Coles (athlete) child sexual abuse
Leslie Triber (author/poet) abuse
Lorena Bobbit - marital rape
Lynn C. Tolson (author) incest/domestic violence/sexual assault
Madonna (pop singer) child abuse
Marie Waldrep (poet/activist) incest/domestic violence
Marilyn Manson (musician) child sexual abuse
Marilyn Monroe (actress) child physical & sexual abuse/childhood attempted rape (according to IMDB.com)/domestic violence
Marilyn VanDerber Atler (former Miss America) incest
Mary J. Blige (singer) emotional abuse/childhood rape/secondary domestic violence
Mary Wollestonecraft (author) child physical abuse
Mata Hari (famous spy) domestic violence
Maya Angelou (author, poet) childhood rape
Maynard James Keenan (musician) child sexual abuse
Meat Loaf (musician) peer abuse/parental physical abuse (?)
Mike Patton (musician) neglect/child sexual abuse
Michael Jackson (and his siblings) child abuse (by father)
Missy Elliot (rapper, producer) child sexual abuse/secondary domestic violence
MoN'ique (comedian, actress) child sexual abuse (by brother)
Nicole Brown Simpson - domestic violence (very likely murdered by OJ)
Oprah Winfrey (talk show host) child sexual abuse
Ozzy Osbourne (musician) child sexual abuse
Pamela Anderson (actress) rape/domestic violence
Patricia Weaver Francisco (author) rape
Patsy Cline (singer) domestic violence
Patty Duke (actress, etc.) multiple forms of abuse, info courtesy of AEST
Paula White (evangelist, author) child sexual abuse
Queen Latifah (rapper/actress/model) child sexual abuse
Rain Pryor (actress) child physical abuse/teenage sexual abuse
Richard Nixon (former U.S. President) unspecified child abuse
Rita Hayworth (actress) incest
Rhianna (singer) domestic abuse
Robert Blake (actor) multiple forms of abuse, info courtesy of AEST
Rosanne Arnold (actress) child sexual abuse
Rose McGowan (actress) religious related (SRA?) abuse
Rosie Perez (actress) child sexual abuse
Rosie O'Donnell (actress/ex Tv host) child sexual abuse
Rudyard Kipling (author) unspecified child abuse
Sandra Dee (actress) incest
Sinead O'Connor (musician) multiple forms of abuse, info courteousy of AEST
Stasi Eldredge (author) rape
Suzanne Somers (actress) emotional abuse
Teri Hatcher (actress) incest
Tina Turner (singer) domestic violence
Tom Arnold (actor, etc) abuse, info courtesy of AEST
Toni Childs (musician) abuse, info courteousy of AEST
Tori Amos (musician) rape / child abuse (by uncle)
Tyler Perry (actor) child abuse
Virginia Woolf (author) incest
Viva (actress) child sexual abuse

There's many more celebrities who were abused. Most just don't talk about it.


Sources can be found here:
[link to www.aswaterspassingby.org]
[link to www.aest.org.uk]
and by simply searching google.
 Quoting: Mind Control 844763


Tyler perry said in his email he was raped. Also Dorothy dandridge was sex slave to hollywood and they killed her when she tried to leave.


If you listen to th chris rock pelicano tapes, the detective is talking to chris like that is his bitch. the sexual abuse of in the music industry is heavy too. i cant believe how helpless rihanna is to her mindcontrol pimps.
Anonymous Coward (OP)
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I wish the attackers were named and shamed.
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I do too. I'm sure we'd find a history of child abuse that happened to many of them just as well. It's interesting how they seem to be more protected than the victims themselves at times.
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Famous people who were abused when they were younger:
(I copied and added more to this from the link below)

Florence Holway (artist/activist) rape
 Quoting: Mind Control 844763


Florence Holway was already an artist when she was brutally raped at the age of 75.

The only reason she became a "celebrity" was due to her subsequent actions to have the laws in New Hampshire changed. Thanks to her efforts, stronger sentences against sex offenders went into effect in 1993.

Why you listed Florence Holway in your post is beyond comprehension.

[link to www.hbo.com]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
wtf wtf
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bump
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Well I am glad these celebrities have become successful now and this is the best attack to the abuser.
Many of the abusers do this for control reasons only.
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I don't like how the original author is portraying this, but it is pretty true that people who have suffered trauma do indeed use acting as an escape. Perhaps they find it theraputic.........sort of a fake it till ya make it kind of thing.
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well than EVERYONE at least knows who did it to let them get there.
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spot on OP. the talent of these people comes from their traumatic experiences. in order to escape the traumatic memories they resort to some activity and they get very good at it.
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They also become good at compartmentalizing (which is a conscious fragmentation process). This helps them lie convincingly because then they can pretend to themselves to believe their lies. That is what helps make a great actor/actress.

It's a kind of personality disordered behavior, like multiple personality disorder.
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does this make them more dangerous than your average to have around ,i would say so kind sleep with one eye open stuff right ?
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Famous people who were abused when they were younger:
(I copied and added more to this from the link below)

Florence Holway (artist/activist) rape


Florence Holway was already an artist when she was brutally raped at the age of 75.

The only reason she became a "celebrity" was due to her subsequent actions to have the laws in New Hampshire changed. Thanks to her efforts, stronger sentences against sex offenders went into effect in 1993.

Why you listed Florence Holway in your post is beyond comprehension.

[link to www.hbo.com]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
wtf wtf
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So, just why did the OP list Florence Holway?
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So, just why did the OP list Florence Holway?
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I guess we will never know...
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I'll repeat my previous posts. If you want to find child molestors immediately...send FBI plants into children movie filming sets (girls between ages 15-17) and watch the executives trailers.

If you want to stop child sex slavery NOW, you must go to the larger cities of the world and you will see that the wealthiest men in the world drive the demand for this sickness. You will trace it back to 3rd world countries and you will finally discover what really happened to those kids on the back of the milk cartons back in the 90s.

But the government won't do anything. They will pretend it doesn't exist.
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Thank you for posting this OP! hf
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I'll repeat my previous posts. If you want to find child molestors immediately...send FBI plants into children movie filming sets (girls between ages 15-17) and watch the executives trailers.

If you want to stop child sex slavery NOW, you must go to the larger cities of the world and you will see that the wealthiest men in the world drive the demand for this sickness. You will trace it back to 3rd world countries and you will finally discover what really happened to those kids on the back of the milk cartons back in the 90s.

But the government won't do anything. They will pretend it doesn't exist.
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... and THAT is inconscionable. Positively unacceptable. we've already got the laws, we just need to catch the criminals.
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Add Ellen Degeneres to the list...

Ellen DeGeneres has revealed that she was molested by her mother's third husband when she was a teenager.

DeGeneres, 47, recalls in an interview with Allure magazine that when she was "16 or 17" and her mother, Betty, had a mastectomy, her stepfather told her: "he thinks he feels a lump in (my mother's) other breast, but he doesn't want to alarm her so he needs to feel mine to make sure."

The former sitcom star says the man, whom she does not name, but says is now dead, "made me lie down because he said he felt hers while she was lying down," she tells Allure.

DeGeneres does not say how long the abuse lasted, but adds that her stepfather once tried to break down her bedroom door. "I had to kick a window out and escape and sleep in a hospital all night long."

[link to www.people.com]
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I'll repeat my previous posts. If you want to find child molestors immediately...send FBI plants into children movie filming sets (girls between ages 15-17) and watch the executives trailers.

If you want to stop child sex slavery NOW, you must go to the larger cities of the world and you will see that the wealthiest men in the world drive the demand for this sickness. You will trace it back to 3rd world countries and you will finally discover what really happened to those kids on the back of the milk cartons back in the 90s.

But the government won't do anything. They will pretend it doesn't exist.
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Conspiracy of silence:



It's sickening.
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Well I am glad these celebrities have become successful now and this is the best attack to the abuser.
Many of the abusers do this for control reasons only."

you're not very bright are you?

most of celebs become successful because they were abused and are mind controlled slaves/sex slaves eltardo.

Rosanne Barr on that list, now speaks at mind control conferences with Cathy O Brien. Barr, like Cathy was sexually abused and mind controlled as a child by the pedophile cult elite.
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No, not everyone can become famous or a celebrity. There are requirements. Such as having a history of sexual abuse/molestation/rape that runs in your family. Why is this? It's due to how the mind becomes fragmented during traumatic experiences, which makes it so a handler can control and program the fragmented pieces of the mind, and alter-egos that are created from the fragmentation. Those with fragmentation can usually make the best actors and actresses as their minds switch to the alter-ego role that been assigned for them to play, and is often created after they are given the role by their handler.

The "directors" prefers those who have a history of sexual abuse because they are easier to manipulate and control, as their minds are basically damaged by the repetitive abuse
they expereinced. Our minds are so fragile!



 Quoting: Mind Control 844763



Very true op. Thanks for posting. burnit
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how retarded are you people.

most of the big celebs out there are under mind control and are used as programming icons for the sheople and others under specific mind control.
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connie francis was raped in 1974, 20 years after she released her first single in 1954 and a decade after she was at the height of her success/influence in the 60's.

the list is bunk.
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Good post OP!
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This is incredibly sad.
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who the hell would rape Fran Drescher? Someone was really hard up...
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who the hell would rape Fran Drescher? Someone was really hard up...
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Fran Drescher's fuckin hot! She has got to shut the hell up though.

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