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    1. Outside
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    Asin: B00005N7S2
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Mariah Publications
    Sales Rank: 71
    Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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    For active young adults who enjoy contemporary outdoor sports, science, travel & wildlife & are concerned with the use of the environment & other natural resources.
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Outside is awesome
    Outside is a great magazine, including beautiful photography, fascinating articles, a good dose of enviro-activism, and heavy on gear reviews. (Purists, take note--this magazine loves outdoor gear.)

    Frequent articles on extreme sports and travel, and occasionally includes stunning articles that no one else will cover (for instance, the article awhile back on the ongoing mountain war between India and Pakistan).

    5-0 out of 5 stars Reading can be an outdoor adventure
    I usually don't subscribe to magazines. Specially in these days, when the Internet can give you a lot of information just searching in Google. However, this magazine is terrific and I will renew my subscription for many years to come.

    It has very entertaining articles for the adventurer. Its scope is really wide (Cycling, Sailing, Mointanieering, Water and Snow skiing, Rock Climbing, Trecking, Off-Road Motorcycles, Surfing, Fitness...) so it is very probable that if you practice an outdoor sport or just like a particular type of adventure, you will get a nice article to read that matches your interest. It is for everybody!.

    One of the things I really enjoy about this magazine, is all the gearing and high tech equipment they show (and I can't buy). They review GPSs, give you tips on the best beach gear, or even compare different types of binoculars. It is great to have some info, what is wrong with technology for the outdoor life?.

    One Suggestion to the editors: More articles oriented to the outdoor adventure of the readers, not just the writer. The majority of the articles, tell you stories about wonderfull trips and journeys from the perspective of the adventurer/author. However, they don't give many guidelines, directions for newbies, or people interested on doing that.

    3-0 out of 5 stars For that rare person or the wannabe out there
    Outside Magazine's demographic is either for the athlete/mt climber/backpacker beautiful person who has the time and money to pursue full time sports/climbing etc. OR for the wannabe who wants to see what those folks are doing. It is handy if you're looking for a piece of equipment or want to read about an adventure. After reading the articles though if you're the typical camping/outdoor/average type who works 40 hours a week and makes an average amount of money....a great feeling of inadequacy can come over you.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Get out there!
    First hand accounts of real adventures. Climb Everest. Invade Baghdad. Fly over remote regions of Alaska. Hike, paddle, run for your life! This magazine tells you all about what the great outdoors has to offer.

    3-0 out of 5 stars An Outdoor Magazine for the Armchair SUV Set
    There is some very good writing to be found in Outdoor- Randy Wayne White and John Krakauer come immediately to mind. Excellent reading for the armchair traveller. The bulk of the magazine, however, is an extended advertisement for high-tech outdoors gear, punctuated by ads for SUVs the size of earthmoving equipment that every true outdoorsman or woman needs.

    Outdoors is rather like the numerous amateur photography magazines that obsess about equipment and yet have very little to say about the aestheic of art. When I think of my favorite outdoor adventures I don't think about the equipment I used, or the many and wonderful modern conveniences I brought along. Instead I think of just being in a quiet place, away from flashing and beeping electronics that fill my workday. ... Read more


    2. Backpacker
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    Publisher: Rodale, Inc.
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    Average Customer Review: 4.83 out of 5 stars
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    If you prefer a vacation where you unzip a tent flap to reveal a glorious sunrise rather than waking to a stuffy hotel room, Backpacker is the publication for you. Stuffed as full as a 50-pound rucksack, Backpacker regularly includes helpful tips on everything from lightening your load to finding the tastiest dehydrated foods. Along with practical advice, equipment reviews, and beautiful color photos, Backpacker offers monthly tips on where to hike, with longer features on newly opened or highlighted areas, plus several shorter hike recommendations, complete with directions, trail maps, and information on altitude, difficulty, special sights, crowd levels, and contact numbers. --Ben Reese ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Flawless Publication for Lovers of the Great Outdoors
    Backpacker is an outstanding magazine for those who love to hike and also for those who enjoy paging through a magazine containing lots of enticing photographs of nature scenes. This magazine is, first and foremost, a publication for lovers of the outdoors and the sport of backpacking. But the pictures of mountains, lakes, streams, wildlife, etc., are enticing to anyone. They can quickly convert the non- outdoorsman type into a nature lover.

    Besides the great pictures, Backpacker is also excellent for its product testing and for its advice and educational material. Backpacks, mountain bikes, tents, and so forth might seem like simple products, but you would be surprised at how many different varieties and options are available for this type of merchandise. Backpacker describes different items available for sale, complete with web site address and phone# so you can make a purchase, and it often conducts tests to see how the different products stack up. It also offers educational material on the sport of backpacking and general advice on such topics as food, exercise, proper nutrition, first aid, etc.

    Backpacker averages between 90 and 120 pages in total length and it's published 9 times per year (three of the issues combine two months into one). It's one of the few special interest magazines I have read that has something to offer most anyone. Even if you don't like hiking, there is still a good chance you will enjoy thumbing through the pages of Backpacker, if nothing else, just to enjoy the great photography.

    Overall, this is an outstanding outdoor publication. The articles, the personal stories, the advice, the photos, and the educational material all add up to a perfect magazine for anyone who loves to partake in outdoor activity or who just enjoys looking at the stunning photos. 5+ stars to Backpacker!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Magazine!
    Backpacker truly is an awesome magazine. My husband has been getting it for a while now and we both love reading it. We're not real sporty people, but we do like to hike and camp, and this magazine offers so much for us. I give it the absolute best rating! I'd suggest anyone who loves the outdoors, and hiking at any level, to check it out.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Not just for backpackers
    This magazine covers a lot more than just backpacking. It is a valuable reference for all types of outdoor pursuits. The travel destination suggestions are creative, but seem a bit unreasonable if you are not stocked up with vacation time. The gear reviews are thorough and fair, but could be more extensive in terms of the number of manufacturers and models tested. The fitness advice, while directed mostly to walking a trail carrying a load, can easily be generalized to keep you in shape. Backpacker doesn't contain as many narratives as some of the other outdoor magazines, but this can be taken as either a positive or negative.

    Even with these criticisms it is still a great magazine. If you like to do stuff outdoors in any season I highly suggest it. It will open your eyes to other activities you can try, places you can go, and gear you can use.

    I've only been a reader for one year, but over the course of that year I've been nothing but impressed by this magazine. I just renewed my subscription for a second year.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A 10 star publication
    This is the most complete publication for any walker, hiker, backpacker that we have found and the August 2002 interview with Colin Fletcher reminded me of why we subscribe and look for each new issue with such intense anticipation.

    The Departments are: Backtalk where readers provide their feedback, Signposts which deals with politics and social news stories of interest to the readers, Body Language which deals with mind body spirit aspects of the sport.
    Wild Things which is subtitled The Nature of It All. Moveable Feast which deals with food and has some great recipes that are not only healthy but taste awesome. In the August issue they have a great Almond Bar recipe.

    Week End Wilderness is the section where they list great week end outings in various parts of the country. Outfitting is all about clothing choices that make walking, hiking etc enjoyable and safe.

    Get Out More 2002 is a section where readers share places they have hiked and what made it special. Know How is about what it says.......Skill techniques and tips. Like leaving the tent behind and saving the extra weight and sleeping under the stars in a better warm sleeping bag set-up. Backcountry is about tales from the trails.

    The Special Section carries feature articles on backpacking and things like kayaking, snow trips, fishing and backpacking etc. As well as issues like new equipment and hidden away places for hiking that most people ignore.

    It is simply the best magazine on the subject and one any serious hiker, walker, backpacker all seasons enthusiast will have in their home.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The only choice really
    No other outdoor magazine comes close to Backpacker to answer the questions of where to go and what to take. There are more destination suggestions in a year than one could ever visit in a lifetime, all with accompanying directions, notes, climate, visitation levels, etc.

    When it comes to gear, the editors work hard to keep quality AND cost in mind and are careful to test less-well-known, but worthy brands. This is a departure from other outdoors mags that seem to sell recommendations to high retail price manufacturers. Backpacker even did a review of the gear available in large discount stores... ... Read more


    3. Outdoor Life
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    Asin: B0007CGSH0
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Time4Media
    Sales Rank: 595
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    For the outdoor sportsman with articles on hunting, fishing, boating, camping, archery, trap & skeet, conservation, dogs, photography, apparel and equipment.
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent outdoor magazine
    I have been reading this magazine for a number of years.It is a classic hunting and fishing magazine with interesting articles that are filled with useful information.Patrick McManus's "Last Laugh" is alone easily worth the cover price.If you haven't read Pat, you need to.

    3-0 out of 5 stars 3.5 Stars. One reason to subscribe "Patrick McManus"
    If you've never heard of Pat, you are really missing out. He has a host of books which are a refinement of his past humor articles. (He used to write for "Field & Stream" and now writes for Outdoor Life.)If you can't wait for him to publish his stories in book form, subscribe to this magazine. Otherwise the rest of the magazine's stories while interesting get repetative. How many stories of "the buck walked through the woods like crackling thunder" can you take. I suppose if you are a hunter, and all the ones I know tell these tales, you'll never get tired of reading about others great hunting trips. ... Read more


    4. Equus
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    Asin: B000060MHG
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Primedia Magazines
    Sales Rank: 650
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Written for laymen, featuring articles on horse health care, behavior, training, veterinary trends, & exercise physiology.
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    5-0 out of 5 stars An excellent reference on all aspects of horse care.
    I have been a subscriber to Equus for years, and have found it to be a consistently reliable source of information on all issues related to horse care. The articles are up to date and comprehensive, yet are easily accessible to equestrians of all experience levels. Of further use is the glossary included at the back of the magazine, which provides definitions of any complex medical or technical terms. Besides having great features on current equine trends, concerns, medical developments, riding and training methods and more, each issue also includes the following regular columns:

    "Letters" - Many of the letters sent in by readers are published here, usually pertaining to articles in past issues. It is nice to see the reactions of other readers, whether positive or negative, and to read anything they may have to add on a subject.

    "Medical Front" - This section contains several interesting, short articles covering the latest developments in the equine medical field, be they advances in technology, new discoveries related to certain ailments, or warnings about new diseases or epidemics. It is a great way to stay on top of current events.

    "Hands On" - Here you will find brief write-ups that include information and practical advice on everyday horse care issues, such as pasture maintenance, hoof care, foaling concerns, safety and convenience tips, etc.

    "Tack & Gear" - This short sections profiles the best equine products and equipment, with each issue usually having a certain theme, such as boots, reins, gloves, and so forth. The products are briefly describes and information on price and distributors are included.

    "Roundup" - Much like Medical Front in format, this section shares news items relating to all aspects of the horse world, from legal developments, controversial issues, important accomlishments of horses or horsepeople, new programs or organizations, and more.

    "True Tale" - Frequently, the magazine will include an amazing or heartwarming true horse story submitted by a reader. These can include things like horses rescuing their beloved humans from danger, showing exceptional intelligence, or otherwise distinguishing themselves as very special individuals.

    "Case Report" - I find this to be one of the most interesting features. It profiles a true medical stories submitted by readers, included mysterious ailments, miraculous recoveries of seemingly hopeless injuries, etc.

    "Consultants" - Here readers can submit questions they have pertaining to horse care, riding, stable management, or whatever else they may need advice on. Qualified professionals provide concise yet thorough answers, and refer the reader to other sources of information on the topic if necessary.

    "Stock & Trade" - Each issue profiles two or three specific horse care products here, with brief descriptions, comments from the manufacturer, pricing, and purchasing information. Products covered include anything from trailer equipment to training implements to grooming products and more.

    "Back Page" - At the very end of each magazine is an editorial. These can cover just about any topic, and range from simply sharing an interesting horse story, to voicing an opinion on a current equine issue. They are short, one-page pieces, and are often quite interesting.

    On the whole, a great magazine! Highly recommended!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Still the Best
    Truly the magazine that puts the horse, not the rider's and his/her ego, first. Widely varied subjects and well-written articles, newest medical info, personal experience articles. Even the editorials are good !! Illustrations are clear, precise and plentiful. If I could ever have written a horse magazine that put and kept the horse first, I like to think this would have been it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Essential to horse care
    This is such an essential guide to horse care for amateurs, backyard horsekeepers and professionals alike. I've been subscribing to Equus for about 9 years now, and I've never thrown away an issue. They cover all the major and minor issues that concern horsemen, from encroaching land developments, the latest health concerns and solutions, and practical how-to and safely guides. They deal a lot with health and soundness issues and keep the reader informed on the latest medical updates. They have a great team of writers and every issue is packed with invaluable information and stories from fellow horsemen. It covers all disciplines and breeds.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Equus is one of the best
    I have subscribed to many general magazines on horses over the years. It is hard to beat Equus for comprehensiveness, accuracy, and readability. I am not a professional horseman, veterinarian, or trainer. But I am a knowledgeable amateur. I find Equus articles up-to-date and useful. The editors seem to keep up with trends and issues in most aspects of the horse industry. I find their articles on medical/scientific subjects the most helpful. These articles are written in comprehensible English without being "dumbed down". I also find their annual surveys of horse industry trends enlightening. Equus includes an annual index to their articles but, if I could talk to the editors, I would urge them to consider including Equus in one or more of the national periodical database indexes available in most libraries. That would make their articles available to a wider public of novice horse owners and horse lovers who can't afford a horse. Many of these people may have no knowledge of horse industry periodicals. Equus articles have such educational value, I think they should be available to academic audiences as well. There is a huge untapped audience of "wannabe" horsemen who would love to learn about Equus.

    5-0 out of 5 stars EQUUS
    This is the perfect magazine for horse lovers of any or all disciplines and horse breeds. Instead of centering on one discipline, EQUUS touches on all areas of horse ownership. Informative horse-care articles. ... Read more


    5. Camping Life
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    Asin: B00005N7YB
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Poole Publications
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    Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Magazine
    I love this magazine not only for the Camper and RV articles but the great assortment of information on destinations, first aid, buyer's guides etc. And the photography is first rate.

    2-0 out of 5 stars 'Camping Life' Might Better be called 'Camper Life'
    Although 'Camping Life' does contain a nice article or two each issue, the thrust of the magazine seems more to be a showcase of nice big campers/RV's rather than the experience of camping and related camping activities. I subscribed sight unseen from the boy next door who was selling subscriptions for school. I will definitely let this subscription lapse. There's just not enough love of camping and the outdoors in the magazine. However, if your camping interests run more to great big RV's and all the related gear, you might find some value here that I did not.

    3-0 out of 5 stars O.k. , but just O.k.!
    We recently purchased a popup trailer and subscribed to PopUp Times magazine. I was looking for another magazine also that was devoted to camping and family. Came across Camping Life. I bought an issue to see how we liked it before subscribing. I'm glad I did! While the magazine is O.k., it's not exactly what I was looking for in a family oriented camping magazine. Seems to me the articles were geared toward upper average income families that just "have to have" the name brand most popular at the time. I felt like I was reading a magazine devoted to "keeping up with the Jones'"! Also, I was a little dissappointed that the magazine only comes out every other month. With as much ads in this magazine, it does not take long to read it. ... Read more


    6. Texas Parks & Wildlife
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    Publisher: Texas Parks & Wildlife
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    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars Road Map to Adventure
    Texas Parks and Wildlife magazine is a great source for those who live in one of the greatest outdoor states in the country. From weekend getaways to week long excursions, you can find ideas and opportunities here. They have something for everyone. Wildflowers, Bird watching, Hunting, Fishing, Hiking, Biking, Historic. If you live in Texas, and you're looking for an outdoor lifestyle, this is your magazine. Each issue has some of the most increadible photography you'll find in any magazine. ... Read more


    7. Virginia Wildlife
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    Publisher: Virginia Dept of Game and Inland Fisheri
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    9. Colorado Outdoors
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Beautifully Illustrated & Informative
    I really enjoy this magazine very much! The photographs are simply amazing, the articles are interesting & very well put together. It's nice to be able to see parts of Colorado in my own livingroom, & be able to decide where I'd like to venture to, rather than make a blind trip somewhere & be disappointed. The publisher also gives you the option of a free Hunting or Fishing guide to accompany your subscription. I can tell alot of time goes into the structure of this magazine. Kudos to the Publisher of this magazine! ... Read more


    10. Arkansas Wildlife
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    Publisher: Arkansas Game & Fish Commission
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    11. Hooked On The Outdoors
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    Publisher: Adventure Llc
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    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars I love it
    I received the magazine at an event in California. These guys really understand the outdoors and are very nice.

    This magazine provides simple, fun and quick read articles on places I can afford to travel along with gear reviews I can understand!

    This magazine covers everything even music! Great Investment ... Read more


    12. Wyoming Wildlife
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    Publisher: Infonet Systems, Inc.
    Sales Rank: 1219
    Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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    3-0 out of 5 stars Helpful Photographs
    The very day I recieved this magazine, my hubby was wondering what kind of bird he and his friend had seen earlier that day. Our Birds of the Dakotas book didn't have it listed. I said maybe its a Wyoming bird visiting. I thumbed through the pages and sure enough, right there in a big 3x4 inch picture with identification on the side was the bird he'd seen(the long billed curlew by Tom Ulrich.) I would have to label this magazine a tree hugger resource, with factual reports and call to arms of environmentalists. But if you are looking for great photos of wildlife, this magazines got it. ... Read more


    13. South Carolina Wildlife
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    Publisher: So. Carolina Dept of Natural Resources
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    14. Arizona Wildlife Views
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    Publisher: Infonet Systems, Inc.
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    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars It's never to late for beginners luck
    It was June 2003 and I had a friend over to the house, that I had met in Payson AZ. at the Houston Mesa Horse Camp Campground in 2001. A conversation came up about applying for the Arizona Hunt Draw. Immediately my friend, Gordon Halloway's eyes lit up. "Hey" he exclaimed " Do you think a bird like me would have a chance at an elk tag?" Let's take a look at the regulations" I replied. Gordon had worked as a union electrician and a arborust when, unfortunatly he had an accident and fell out of a tree breaking his back. As a result he is permanently handicapped and has extreme limited use of his legs. We were reviewing the elk hunt options when we we came across The Champ Hunt for handicapped hunters. I recommended that he apply for this hunt. We went down to the local Arizona Game and Fish office in Flagstaff AZ. The counter staff was very helpful in supplying us with the proper information and paperwork, in order to apply for this type of hunt. Gordon promptly submitted his application to his doctor for approval at the Tucson VA hospital. His doctor gladly filled out the paperwork and encouraged him to get out and do these types of activities. This was Gordon's first attempt at an Arizona Big Game Permit, and as beginners luck would have it he was draw for the Champ Elk Hunt with only 10 permits available. Gordon celebrated his 63rd birthday at my house this summer, and he often talks excititly of this very special hunt. Gordon has a special interest in firearms history, and felt it only proper that he purchase a rifle in the historical 45-70 caliber. Gordon will HAND LOAD his Ruger #1 in an all lead 450 grain bullet, at camp, as our forefathers did in the days of the buffalo hunts. He is spending many hours at the shooting bench to make sure of his accuracy, out of respect for the animal. This will be the hunt of a lifetime for this man, and I am doing all that I can do to help insure it goes off without a hitch. I will be providing a 14 X 16 canvas wall tent to add to the comfort and authenticity of the hunt. I know that this will be a safe and sucessful hunt due to the preparation. Special thanks to the Arizona Game and Fish for makeing this hunt possible for our handicapped citizens.For more information contact me at 928-856-0821.
    n Yours Truly
    Varn Beckham
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    15. Massachusetts Wildlife
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    Asin: B000060MJO
    Catlog: Magazine
    Publisher: Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wi
    Sales Rank: 2075
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Massachusetts Wildlife
    This is one of the best nature magazines around, highly respected by naturalists, biologists and sportsmen. It has been fifty years at the forefront of superb wildlife reporting, offering exceptional photography, excellent writing and uniform quality of editing. From Cape Cod to the Berkshires, a must for anyone interested in Massachusetts outdoors with tips on wildlife viewing, hunting and fishing. You can also follow biologists in the field. This magazine has a vast variety of information, for instance a recent article on the ecology and conservation of tiger beetles was seminal in its subject, as was one on edible foods and analyzing mammal bones.Great for professionals, laymen, and teachers alike! ... Read more


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