THE FUMBLING ORIGINS OF LOVE - PART 1

THE FUMBLING ORIGINS OF LOVE - PART 1

On 2 July, 1967, after a Cream concert at the Saville Theatre in London, Eric Clapton first laid his eyes on Pattie Boyd, who was then married to... Eric Clapton, Pattie Boyd, and the song that defined generations of lovers.On 2 July, 1967, after a Cream concert at the Saville Theatre in London, Eric Clapton first laid his eyes on Pattie Boyd, who was then married to George Harrison. He was not aware at the time that it would mark the beginning of a near-unending obsession that would see him through his years of drug and alcohol abuse, and would cripple him to such an extent he could barely play on stage.These years were marked by several highs and lows, both literal and figurative. But there is one seminal moment, song that affected not only Eric Clapton's, life and the woman he wrote it for, but also those of several others who were to come across it in the future. And none of it would have been possible had it not been for that day in 1967, when Eric Clapton first laid his eyes on Pattie Boyd. The song, of course, is Layla.Clapton was himself seeing Charlotte Martin at the time. Although they had been seeing each other for two years, their relationship could not last much longer: Clapton could not think of anybody else except for Pattie Boyd. After they broke up, Charlotte went and briefly stayed at George Harrison, house Kinfauns, but Boyd was furious with George and left to stay with her friends. George would then call Boyd back, telling her that Charlotte had left, who had then gone to Paris and would later go on to date Jimmy Page and birth his child.Clapton would start seeing Alice Ormsby-Gore next. They met when she was 16 and Clapton 24, and although they had started living together, Clapton could not fully commit to her since his heart, and a good deal of everything else, as he wrote in his autobiography, was with Pattie. Alice had inherited her father, love for jazz, and she and Clapton would often sit together and listen to records while smoking pot in Clapton, house, Hurtwood. Those were the more amicable days of their relationship.With the Arabic clothes that she usually wore, Alice appeared to Clapton to have stepped straight out of a fairy story. His friend Ian Dallas encouraged this idea, and told him the story of Laila and Majnun, Persian love story in which the romantic Majnun falls in love with Laila, but her father forbids her from marrying him and he goes mad with desire. Dallas kept insisting that Alice would make the perfect Laila, but in Clapton, mind he already knew that he was Majnun and that his Laila was none other than Pattie Boyd.Clapton, desire for Pattie Boyd stemmed not only from the fact that she was unusually beautiful and carried herself with a kind of self-sufficient grace. It was also because she belonged to a powerful man who had everything that Clapton himself desired, beautiful house, an enviable career, an admirable and covetable wife. It would not be baseless to list the circumstances in which he fond Pattie Boyd to have played an important role in his obsession for her: after all, it is never that a man or a woman desires someone or something separate from what they connote.A curious circumstance led to Clapton getting another chance to get closer to Pattie Boyd. After a Delaney's Friends concert in which George Harrison played guitar, Pattie had showed up with her sister Paula. Once they had reached their hotel, George told Clapton he should sleep with Pattie so that he could sleep with Paula. Clapton was unfazed but enticed by the suggestion, however, George lost his nerve soon after making it, and then Clapton spent the night with Paula instead.By this time, in the spring of 1970, Clapton and Alice had gotten into a serious fight, after which she had left for Glin, her Welsh family home, a manor outside Harlech. In her absence Paula moved in with Clapton, acting the part of a surrogate Pattie, and they became a couple: a domestic couple, but not a romantic one. It was around this time that George Harrison and Pattie Boyd had moved out of Kinfauns into Friar Park. They would frequently visit Clapton at Hurtwood, and Clapton would use each and every opportunity he found to flirt with Pattie behind Paula, back.One day he called Pattie and told her that it was not Paula that he was interested in, but rather it was her he wanted. She protested over the phone, telling him what he was saying was impossible, but agreed nonetheless to talk it over in person. They discussed the matter over a bottle of red wine, and by the end of their conversation, they had kissed each other.Clapton was so overwrought by what had happened that on his way back home hit a fence, and flipped the car over on to its roof. Miraculously, nothing had happened to him he wasn't even knocked unconscious. Such was his love, that he crashed this car.
THE FUMBLING ORIGINS OF LOVE - PART 2

THE FUMBLING ORIGINS OF LOVE - PART 2

Clapton got into the habit of dropping into Friar Park from time to time, with the expectation that George wont be around. This one time... His unrequited love for Pattie Boyd undoubtedly made him a more creative musician.Clapton got into the habit of dropping into Friar Park from time to time, with the expectation that George won’t be around. This one time, he found both Pattie and George Harrison there along with John Hurt, and George offered Clapton a guitar and they both started playing.To the actor John Hurt it appeared as though they were duelling, locked in a fight to the death for Pattie Boyd, love.At the end of it, Eric Clapton had won. But he had won only the fight and not the battle.A party at Robert Stigwood, Clapton finally admitted to George that he really was in love with his wife. George appeared pretty hurt, but he joked about the situation in a stoical, disaffected manner.This marked the end of Clapton, relationship with Paula, and the beginning of what could be called a consensual affair between him and Pattie. She was still bent on not leaving George, and this deeply saddened and frustrated Clapton. He dived headlong into his music and started a UK tour of the Dominos, as well as writing material for their album.For Derek and the Dominos’ first record Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs’, Clapton had penned 3 songs to the woman who had clouded his mind for the most part of the last 3 years as well as his 3 past relationships.He wrote  ‘Bell Bottom Blues’, a track that had very little to with bell-bottom jeans themselves, but talked more about Clapton and Pattie, situation, with the lyrics echoing  'Bell bottom blues, don't say goodbye/I'm sure we're gonna meet again'. It was also a reference to how she had asked him to bring a pair of bell bottom jeans for her from Miami, where he was going to record the album. He penned  ‘I looked Away’ as a response to Pattie constantly telling him that they can only be just friends: ‘She took my hand/And tried to make me understand/ That she would always be there/ But I looked away'. And lastly of course there was  ‘Layla’, the song that changed the definition of love for years to come.Clapton was wholly convinced that if he could just get Pattie to listen to the record, she would be overcome with emotion and finally leave George.Having completed the recording of the Derek and the Dominos record, and after touring the States, he came back to the UK and called Pattie over one afternoon for tea, to listen to the new album. It didn’t work: Pattie, although she was completely overwhelmed by the music that Clapton had recorded, did not promise to break to be with him, or to break things off with George.After this Clapton embarked on some of the darkest and most unproductive years of his life.He blackmailed Pattie into agreeing to ditch George, threatening her by saying that if she didn’t he would start taking heroin. Pattie didn’t agree, and for the next three years, they didn’t see each other. The threat however had been a bluff: Clapton had already been doing heroin full time.He receded into Hurtwood with Alice, who had now agreed to come back to him, and they both started using heroin, with Alice going out to score whenever they needed their fix.In the summer of 1971, George asked if he would fly over to New York to play a concert for the victims of the famine in Bangladesh. He did end up flying there, but on the condition that George had to keep heroin ready for him when he reached.And Heroin was indeed waiting for him there, but it was of terrible quality and made Clapton lose his mind as well as his sleep. He barely recovered enough to play the concert he just somehow got through it and returned to Hurtwood with Alice, where they continued their junkie lifestyle, with a significant addition: they had by now left eating any kind of food, except for chocolate.The journey uphill from the abyssal depths of addiction entailed Clapton to break up with Alice. He was sent to a farm outside Oswestry to be able to completely recover from the crippling addiction. Once he was there, however, he turned to another substance, alcohol, and started working, with the help of Robert Stigwood, on the album that was to become 461 Ocean Boulevard.In the studio he met and had yet another passionate affair. She was a singer, Yvonne Elliman, and they fell in lust with each other in between recording songs. In fact, Clapton even got a terrible bout of conjunctivitis from her later, which left him nearly blind for one his shows.Concerns regarding Clapton, drinking were mounting; the guy Stigwood had hired to manage Clapton, Roger Forrester, became his enabler. He kept Clapton happy as long as he would do what was required of him, all the while asking everybody  ‘Where, Eric? What, he up to?’Clapton was often very drunk before he got on stage. It was almost expected of him, as an artist to be drunk while performing. Once, he played an entire show lying down on the ground. And the audience didn’t mind because they were drunk too.Stigwood had planned a six-week, 28-city tour of 461 Ocean Boulevard, beginning as soon it was released in July 1974. Clapton, while preparing for the tour, was asked by Roger to give Pattie a call he had heard from somewhere that she had finally left George Harrison. And Clapton, though tentatively, had mustered up the courage to give her a call and to invite her for the tour.On July 6, 1974, Pattie Boyd came and joined Eric Clapton for the 461 Ocean Boulevard tour. And so, after having nearly been driven insane through loneliness, drugs and alcohol, he was finally reunited with the reason he wrote one of his most best songs, and with the reason that he wanted to continue to live so as to be able to write more of them. His inspiration of the last seven years had finally come to meet him, and there was nothing stopping them from being with each other.What happened next is a different story altogether.
THE FUMBLING ORIGINS OF LOVE-PART 3

THE FUMBLING ORIGINS OF LOVE-PART 3

Eric Claptons relationship with Pattie Boyd, unlike the song he wrote for her—Layla—was not one for the books. There was nothing romantic or beautiful about it. It was rather disastrous, in fact... Eric Clapton’s relationship with Pattie Boyd, unlike the song he wrote for her—Layla—was not one for the books. There was nothing romantic or beautiful about it. It was rather disastrous, in fact. It began well enough, with Pattie joining Clapton while he was on tour for the album 461 Ocean Boulevard. She would continue with him for the American leg, while Clapton would do the Japan and Europe legs by himself. As soon as Pattie left, Clapton started having one night stands with any and all women who came his way while he was on tour. In addition to this, his drinking was also steadily on a rise, which was a great worry for his manager at the time. In spite of this, things were still okay with Pattie. They went holidaying in Jamaica and then started staying together at Clapton’s house. Their social life started becoming busy, and they would often go together for parties. It was before one of these parties that Clapton wrote the song Wonderful Tonight for Pattie Boyd. Clapton was already dressed and was waiting for Pattie quite impatiently. He started fiddling around on the guitar, and wrote a riff, and started singing over it. When Pattie came, asking if she looked okay, Clapton said, “You look wonderful, okay?” And the rest of the song wrote itself. By this time he was drinking at least two full bottles of Brandy every day. One day while drunk, he was talking to one of Pattie’s friends, Jenny McLean, and when Pattie tried to say something, he said, “Can't you see we're having a really intense and intimate conversation here? I'm in love with this girl. Go away and leave us alone. Just fuck off.” Clapton had a brief affair with Jenny McLean, and then after that, on March 27, 1979, he and Pattie Boyd got married. Most of their days were spent drinking—neither of them have any exhaustive memories of that time. Clapton went into an addiction treatment centre in Minnesota in 1982. He came back six weeks later, introverted and frustrated. He was constantly angry because he could not drink anymore. While on tour, he relapsed again, and would often drink twice as much as he used to before he went into rehab. During this time Pattie avoided making physical contact with him, as she was too afraid of the consequences. In 1984, Pattie started seeing another man called Will Christie. She was thoroughly frustrated with her relationship with Clapton by that point.
THE HIPPIE ADVENTURES OF STEVE JOBS

THE HIPPIE ADVENTURES OF STEVE JOBS

Steve Jobs is known throughout the world as the face of Apple, the guy who revolutionized the tech industry and forever changed the paradigms... Steve Jobs is known throughout the world as the face of Apple, the guy who revolutionized the tech industry and forever changed the paradigms of technology. He was the man behind the Mac, the iPod, the iPhone as well as the iPad. And yet there was a time long before he had so many star studded feathers in his cap,and back then he did not bathe!Living in California, he was just about 15 years at the beginning of 1970, when hippie culture was spreading its wings and seeping slowly into everyday culture. Between sophomore year and junior year, he started smoking marijuana and got into a fight with his dad. He did not listen to his dad, repeated requests to quit smoking up, and stood his ground, saying it was his decision. Then he dropped out of college after first semester (and didn’t have a degree when he died), and started experimenting with all sorts of different things that were, for the most part, quintessentially “hippie”.He and a friend of his, Daniel Kottke, stopped eating meat and became devoted vegetarians. They started practicing meditation and read books about Zen Buddhism, spirituality, enlightenment and raising consciousness. He and Kottke would together hang out with a guy called Robert Friedland, who had already served two years in prison for the possession and distribution of LSD. Still, that didn’t stop him from sharing it with Steve Jobs, and he would later go on to remark positively on the experience, saying that "taking LSD was one of the two or three most important things I have done in my life." He would also go on to say that at that time, “There was a constant flow of intellectual questioning about the truth of life”. That wasn’t all. Jobs stopped wearing slippers and stopped taking showers as well. Due to the diet that he adopted, he felt he did not need to shower, as all his internal toxins were being removed through the eating of “pure” foods such as fruits and vegetables. In fact, at one point of time, he ate so many carrots that he turned the color of an “early sunset”, as some friends later said. He slept on the floor of his friends’ rooms (since he didn’t have his own dorm room), and collected soft drink bottles for nickel deposit, through the help of which he earned enough money to buy whatever food he ate. Although he was often cold and money was tight, he really enjoyed his experience of college. By 1974, however, he wanted to go India. The inspiration for this came from a book by Richard Alpert, who had become Ram Dass, called Be Here Now,  which was a story about a Harvard Professor turning into a yogi, and his experiences on the way. Ram Dass had himself travelled all the way to India and found his own spiritual guru there, and Steve Jobs wanted an experience of a similar kind. His experience of India, however, would be nothing of that kind. Once he reached India he immediately came down with dysentery, running a high fever and dropping weight. After recovery, as he was eating during a religious festival, a holy man came and sat down next to him, laughing. He then pulled Jobs by his arms and led him to an area with a pond. There, he dunked his head in water, and shaved off his hair, telling him it was for his health. Jobs was on the search for his inner voice and a deep spiritual consciousness, but what he was really struck by was how extreme poverty and religious holiness went in tandem with each other. Later in his trip he would contract scabies as well, and he was convinced he would find no place to get enlightenment. After coming back from the trip, he would forever be influenced by the way of thinking in India, in terms of religion and its reliance on experience, as opposed to focusing on intellect. Years later, Jobs would mention that his trip to India taught him “the power of intuition and experiential  wisdom”. This however was not the end of his hippie days. In fact they continued up until 1977 when he would finally stop bathing irregularly and start eating foods other than apples and carrots.
THE LIFE OF A STAR - JIM MORRISON

THE LIFE OF A STAR - JIM MORRISON

Singer and songwriter, Jim Morrison was born as James Douglas Morrison on December 8, 1943 in Melbourne, Florida. Singer and songwriter, Jim Morrison was born as James Douglas Morrison on December 8, 1943 in Melbourne, Florida.During his early years, Jim Morrison was a dutiful and highly intelligent child, excelling at school and taking a particular interest in reading, writing and drawing. As a high school student, Morrison began to rebel against his father's strict discipline, discovering alcohol and women and bristling at all forms of authority. "One time he told the teacher he was having a brain tumor removed and walked out of class", his sister recalled. When he graduated from high school in 1961, he asked his parents for the complete works of Nietzsche as a graduation present  a testament to both his bookishness and his rebelliousness.After graduating from UCLA, Elektra Records signed the Doors in 1966, and in January 1967 the band released its self-titled debut album. The Doors' first single, "Break on Through (To the Other Side)," achieved only modest success and it was their second single, "Light My Fire," which catapulted the band to the forefront of the rock and roll world, reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart in June.When they performed the song live on The Ed Sullivan Show, The Doors--and Morrison especially--became infamous later that year. Because of its obvious drug reference, Morrison had agreed not to sing the lyric "girl we couldn't get much higher" on the air, but when the cameras rolled he went ahead and sang it anyway  cementing his status as rock and roll's new rebel hero. "Light My Fire" remains The Doors' most popular song, featuring prominently on virtually every major list of the greatest rock songs ever recorded.Combining Morrison's darkly poetic lyrics and outlandish stage presence with the band's unique and eclectic brand of psychedelic rock music, The Doors released a flurry of hit albums and songs over the next several years. In December 1967, they released their sophomore album, Strange Days, which featured the smash hit "Love Me Two Times" as well as "People are Strange" and "When the Music's Over." Months later, in 1968, they released a third album, Waiting for the Sun, highlighted by "Hello, I Love You," "Love Street" and "Five to One." They went on to record three more popular and groundbreaking albums over the next three years: The Soft Parade (1969), Morrison Hotel (1970) and L.A. Woman (1971).Throughout the band's brief tenure atop the music world, Morrison's private life and public persona were both spiraling rapidly out of control. His alcoholism and drug addictions worsened, leading to violent and profane onstage outbursts that provoked the ire of cops and club owners across the country.Due to the quality of his songwriting, his baritone voice, and his wild personality, he is regarded by critics and fans as one of the most iconic and influential front men in rock music history, and, due to the dramatic circumstances surrounding his life and death, in the latter part of the 20th century, he was one of popular culture's most rebellious and oft-displayed icons, bridging the generational gap with youth counterculture.
THE MYSTERY OF MORRISON'S MANY DEATHS

THE MYSTERY OF MORRISON'S MANY DEATHS

The details of what actually happened on July 3, 1971, the night of Morrison, death, are not exceptionally clear... The details of what actually happened on July 3, 1971, the night of Morrison, death, are not exceptionally clear.What is known is that Pamela Courson, Jim Morrison, girlfriend, found him dead in the bathtub of their Parisian apartment. A lot of fans find it astonishing that Jim Morrison was laid out on his Paris bed for three days until he was buried, while it was in fact a French tradition of lying out the deceased in their own beds for viewings prior to burial. It was a tradition that was still practiced till as late as the 1970.Morrison, age 27, the lack of an autopsy, and the fact that his passing was not announced until four days after his death sparked a flurry of alternate theories about what “really” happened to The Doors front man.One theory is that Morrison did not die July 3, 1971. Instead, some believe that he faked his death. This theory was perpetuated by a 2009 interview conducted by ClassicBands.com with Gerald Pitts. He claimed:  “Jim, when he pulled this off, he took drugs to make himself look dead. He was in a coma and woke up six weeks later”.  Pitts further claimed that Morrison was living on a ranch, raising horses and working as an actor with Pitts as his agent.Another theory is that Morrison did not die of natural causes, but rather supernatural causes. Believers of this theory contend that Morrison was murdered by Patricia Kennealy through the use of witchcraft. Kennealy was the short-term wife of Jim Morrison as well as a Witch Coven High Priestess. The two were married in a Celtic itch hand-fasting ceremony where they were both cut and drank each other, blood.It was the untraditional ceremony and Kennealy, pagan believes that sparked the rumor that she used some sort of witchcraft to kill Morrison. It was theorized that Kennealy killed Morrison because of his relationship with Courson. Kennealy contends that Courson is the actual Morrison murderer. No conclusive proof regarding either the supernatural death or the alleged murdering has yet been found.Yet another theory about Morrison, death was outlined in the 2007 book The End: Jim Morrison. The French book, written by Sam Bernett, states that Morrison actually died in the bathroom stall of the Rock and Roll Circus nightclub. The allegations were being taken so seriously that they were being examined by the French authorities and might have lead to the investigation into Morrison's death being reopened.In 2014 however, singer Marianne Faithfull said that Jean de Breteuil had sold him heroin. She said the drugs were 'too strong' and may have led to an overdose. De Bruteuil himself died of an overdose later the same year in Morocco.It seems like Morrison's death might finally have been solved, but his fans still haven't got much closure. All that is known is that a great artist was lost much too early.R.I.P Mojo Risin'
THE STORY OF LENNON'S MURDER

THE STORY OF LENNON'S MURDER

It was on an unsuspecting night, on his way home from a studio session with his wife Yoko, that Lennon would be breathing his last... It was on an unsuspecting night, on his way home from a studio session with his wife Yoko, that Lennon would be breathing his last. Earlier in the day, Lennon and Ono had done a photo shoot for Rolling Stones magazine, and after the shoot was done, in what would turn out to be his last interview, he had said, "I consider that my work won't be finished until I'm dead and buried and I hope that's a long, long time." After the studio session in the evening they had planned to go to the Stage Deli restaurant for dinner, but Lennon decided not to dine out so he could be home in time to say goodnight to his son. It was the most fatal decision he ever made.Mark David Chapman was waiting for him outside his house, Dakota. He had been waiting for him since mid-morning, with a copy of Lennon's most recently released album, Double Fantasy, and a .38 revolver. There was something else that he was carrying with him: a copy of J.D. Salinger's Catcher in the Rye.  After shooting Lennon 4 times in the back, he would calmly sit down on the side-walk and start flipping through its pages. When the police officers came to arrest him, he did not run away, did not attempt to resist arrest, tried nothing to argue his innocence. The book, Chapman would later explain at a parole hearing, was his statement. As if shooting Lennon wasn't statement enough. Lennon never discouraged fans from showing up at his doorstep, and never turned down fans if they wanted an autograph. On his way to the limousine that would take him to the recording studio, he was approached by several fans, and when Lennon was handed a copy of Double Fantasy, naturally he assumed that all the fan wanted was an autograph. He signed the copy, and asked if there was anything else he could do: “Is this all you want?” Mark David Chapman nodded no. Lennon smiled at him, and Chapman nodded in agreement. Chapman had already planned to kill Lennon once before, in October. He had lived a lonely life, at one point being a drug addict, then taking to religion, and eventually dropping out from Convent College after one semester after his girlfriend dumped him. He tried to kill himself several times but never succeeded. He did succeed in killing someone, though.“Mr Lennon?” Chapman had addressed Lennon twice on December 8, 1980 in this manner. The first was when he went to Dakota to take his autograph. The second was right before he drilled 4 bullets into Lennon, who could not sustain these injuries for more than a few moments, and was pronounced dead on arrival, on reaching the nearest hospital. The doorman kicked away the gun across the street, and frantically asked Chapman, “Do you know what you  just done?” Chapman calmly replied, "Yes, I just shot John Lennon."
Creativity and Smoking is associated with each other

Creativity and Smoking is associated with each other

Well it is not surprising but most of the people who are associated with creative work are smokers. Usually an argument with smokers regarding their smoking and nicotine addiction turns up with a reply which states that it makes them feel fresh and more A Cliched question in everyone’s mind nowadays is how Smoking is associated with creativity?Well it is not surprising but most of the people who are associated with creative work are smokers. Usually an argument with smokers regarding their smoking and nicotine addiction turns up with a reply which states that it makes them feel fresh and more creative. Even in multinational companies they maintain a separate huge room especially for smoking which are very confidential. Well actually Cigarettes do not have relation with creativity. For all those notions that many people have in their mind that Cigarettes or Nicotine offer thoughts or generates new ideas to them; scientific fact is that Nicotine actually represses your nervous system which ultimately causes depression. There are many evidences that confirm the irrelevance of smoking for creativity. Like The Non Smoking Creatives, not all creative people are smokers, and they are still doing well at what they do. Rareness of Creativity, creativity is a rare thing to find, and if smoking has anything to do with creativity then we surely have loads and loads of creative minds among us.  We have many creative people among us, who are addicted to smoking and are doing really good let us take a look,‘Marijuana makes you lazy and stupid’ but there are some exceptions. People who use marijuana who are in fact well beyond the simple minded prohibition, perhaps these people are doing really good in their respective field.  Bill Gates   With the ability to leap a chair from a standing position, the man who has more money in his account than some countries have in their treasury. However, very few of us will deny that Microsoft workers are nerd. The man himself said once that people should be nice to nerds, as you never know one day you might work for one. It is said that he used Marijuana in his college life and even his support for weeds in Washington is not a secret to anyone.  Robert Downey Jr.   Robert Downey started smoking weed at the age of 8. The nominee of Academy Award revealed that his father started giving him drugs when he was 8 years old. Downey Jr. Was out and in of jail and rehab through 1996 and 2001 during which he told the judge that it’s like he is having a loaded gun in his mouth and the his fingers are on the triggers.  Johnny Depp   In 2004 he was caught for saying that it would be better if his kids would smoke pots and marijuana with him rather than going on the streets in getting into some nasty stuff. He believes that trying marijuana at home is better than trying it out with your friends.  Justin Beiber  As per Justin it is just a perception, at the end of the day many people do not find it good. He said if people are not comfortable with smoking weed then he don’t wants to make them uncomfortable.  Though Justin was caught smoking many times in public places, even during his shoots. On being asked he said it is his zone and that is how he makes himself cool and makes himself cool.  Angelina Jolie   32 year old Angelina Jolie said ‘I have done coke, heroin, LSD etc’. According to sources Jolie was caught smoking and fighting with Brad Pitt. In fact she continued smoking after her cancer treatment, Angelina Jolie mother of 6 kids recently had a treatment for cancer according to which it will be dangerous if she continues smoking, but due to tensions between her and Brad Pitt she often smokes.

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