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5:42 PM on 02.02.2009

10 Things You Don't Know About MissHinasaki (Sorry. I always come too late.)

I had been seeing these blogs pop up lately but just finally decided to check and see what they were all about. I'm sorry, SilverDragon, that this was so late. It's been a very trying week as my 6-year-old sister was just diagnosed with cancer. TsunamiKitsune decided to come up and join me this weekend to help me through it and will also probably be a late poster. This community means a lot to us and may have possibly brought us closer together. And so I begin:

1. Destructoid means a lot to me. This community here is absolutely amazing and is the reason why I check this god damn page at least 5 times a day. The IRC has helped me through many a hard nights, including Christmas Eve and Valentine's Day. It may not get any gayer in there but there's usually at least one person there to listen to my pathetic rants of loneliness. Or to stroke my penis. But yea, IRC, I just wanted to tell you, you're my buddy. I also feel like I should give a shout out to TsunamiKitsune, just because I love that boy.

2. I don't like cake. Or mashed potatoes. Or Mexican food. I just thought that some people should know that. I also may be lactose intolerant and have an ulcer caused by stress and too much caffeine.

3. All I want to do is write. I've changed my major so many times by now, but the one thing that I want to do hasn't really changed. I started out as an electrical and computer engineer, then went into computer sciences. For awhile I was and English and psychology major and now I'm just a psych major. I've been writing since before I can remember but none of it really seems noteworthy beyond my classes. Or at least that's my opinion. I've always hated it when people give you some of their work to read for some reason so I tend not to do that myself. No one has ever written anything that I've wrote outside of my teachers and instructors throughout the years and perhaps no one ever will.

4. I'm gay but I date men. I don't know why. Maybe just because it's simpler. Maybe it's because I don't know how others would react to it. Men make good enough companions but they will always lack something to me. Maybe a lot of it has to do with the fact that I've had some really bad experiences with males that have left me pretty gun shy. But then again, I think I've always been a little off and I think that my family has kind of noticed. And possibly my really homophobic roommate. So yea... Kit is just so drop dead sexy that he got me a lil straight. :P

5. I love to eat. Entirely too much. I guess some refer to it as being a "foodie", which is a funny word. It's amazing that I'm not terribly obese. Since I cannot run or do a lot of other kinds of physical activity due to knee problems, I always worry that I will some day become fat. I love food so much though that I would probably never consider going on a diet. My dad is an amazing cook and I've always wanted to take some courses in the culinary arts. It was actually recommended as a career for me but I don't think that anywhere in my area offers classes for that. It's been really hard developing the proper skills since I only have a microwave but someday I will have an oven. And a stove. And I will cook. And I will cook well. (Looks off into the distance)

6. I love 90s music. I don't know why. Not like Nirvana or whatever else you're probably thinking, but 90s pop rock. I listen to a lot of other kinds of music but I will always in the end come back to the days where everything on the radio was good. I'm just so god damn stuck on the Goo Goo Dolls and Vertical Horizon to really give a shit about anything else. Emo is alright. Indie is pretty cool. Rock Band got me listening to Classic Rock a bit and I love the soundtracks to Jet Set Radio and JSRF. But god dammit I still listen to Matchbox 20 and don't give a shit about what you think about that. (I'm also a really big Weezer and Brand New fan.)

Me as Eureka from Eureka Seven at an anime convention. I really should be shot for posting this.

7. I do a lot of really geeky things. I read comics, I watch anime (and occasionally cosplay), and I play Magic: The Gathering. About the one thing I don't do is LARP. But I was almost convinced to once. I have a fatal attraction to geek culture and I am somewhat proud of my heritage. This may also explain why I tend to date a lot of males, since it seems that females who share my loves are few and far between.

Yes, I was in the bathroom when I took that picture.

8. I like to dye my hair funny colors. And I'm really running out of things to say.

9. I'm a hopeless romantic and a dreamer and I fear that there's really no place in this world for people like me anymore. I fear humanity as a whole but love individuals. I'm more into the arts but lack any real talent as far as I can tell.

10. I have a big ass crush on Reverend Anthony. It's probably the bitterness or the sexy heartless facade he puts up. I guess I'm just kinda in to that. I just know that in the very depths of his Indie Fag heart, things aren't as black as they seem. But on a more serious note, I just love Podtoid. They need a shirt.

Oh yea, and Linde is pretty god damn hot, too!

Apparently Aaron Linde also takes pictures in the bathroom.   read

12:51 PM on 07.26.2008

SNES Needs A Fixing! (Topher?... Bueller?)

Hey. It's been awhile. Summer has stopped me from blogging and playing video games due to a full time job, actually having friends in this town, and tendinitis and carpal tunnel. What makes me truly the saddest though, is that I haven't had time to listen to RetroforceGO! since i no longer have to walk all over town to get to where I want to go. I hope that once I go back to the old hell hole I'll actually have time for my beloved Destructoid and my weekly feature that I attempted to start. But anyways, on to more serious business.

(Serious business face... GO!)

Last Monday was TsunamiKitsune and my one year anniversary. He gave me possibly the AWESOMEST gift you could possibly give a girl on her anniversary: an SNES. Growing up, I was a Sega girl and kind of missed out on Nintendo until the crash of the Dreamcast and I had really wanted to play Final Fantasy III (VI) but couldn't find a good NOT emulator to run it on my NOT R4 or NOT PSP.

Here I come to the problem. It was a very heartfelt gift, especially since I have a newfound fondness for retro gaming and it was the original SNES that he had when he was younger, but in its age (or something else for all I know) it has lost its ability to produce color so it only plays in black and white. I was wondering if there was anyone in the community that knew how to fix my problem. I remember hearing Topher say on RFGO! that he knew a bit about fixing consoles or at least has taken them apart a bit, but if anyone could help or tell me what I should do, that would be great. Thank you! ^_^   read

4:09 PM on 05.27.2008

I Have A Drea- er...360!

Well, the time has finally come. I have stepped up to next gen (or current gen for Stirling). I went and got myself a 360 after saving up for about a year. Yea. Now if I could only afford games...

Anyways, my gamertag is MikuHaru. Feel free to friend me (you might want to make sure that I know who you are though if your gamertag is different than your destructoid name). I probably won't be on too much since I just started a 40-hour a week job, but hopefully that will mean more money for more games. ^_^

Also, some recommendations for games to get would be good (avoid FPS). As of right now I have Bioshock and Viva Pinata (but I tend to play Galaga everyday for at least half an hour). Yea, sorry for a short pointless post, but I just thought that I should get this out after having the thing for a week already.   read

3:27 PM on 05.24.2008

Child of the 90s: An Intro (RIP)

It has been brought to my attention after many hours of listening to RetroforceGo! and reminiscing of the past that my gaming history, my childhood, does not in fact coincide with that of what we call "retro". My deepest and fondest video game memories as a child were not of Megaman but of Pokemon. I can't remember the Atari 2600 but I remember when my dad brought home a Sega Genesis. I don't find the label of retro unfair; it's just simply that the 90s really weren't that long ago, or so it seems.

We are of the generation after the great golden years of gaming. We accepted polygons into our lives more readily than the ones before us because it was all that we knew and we were young. We remember when Soul Caliber was called Soul Blade and handhelds had two buttons, a d-pad, and no backlight. Wireless was new to controllers and we went through a shit load of batteries (chargers were a thing of the future!). We saved our allowances for strategy guides because the internet took forever on dial-up.

RIP Pokemon Silver Version. You were the one I spent the most time with (other than Blue).

Today I turned on a GameBoy Color game and saw that the year on it was nearly a decade ago. I turned it on, and my save was gone. Over a hundred hours of my childhood was gone without me knowing of it. I merely turned it on so that I could remember it, something that my memory had failed to do, but it was in vain, as the hardware was as faulty as my mind. Time passes, memories fade, batteries die.

So, if you will allow me, I would like to reminisce of a time that is precious to me and my generation.

Adjust your green and gray screens and make sure you stand in good lighting. Analog sticks are not required!

I hope to keep this going on a weekly basis. Hope being the keyword. As my memory is quite poor and I was quite young at the time (retro goggles made me think that Gex was the funniest thing ever), I will be hopefully backtracking on older games but not to review them by today's standards, but more to just examine a time that was mine, as well as many others that are just hitting the age of 20 or so. The times have changed and it's pointless to dock the first Tomb Raider because of the atrocious graphics. There will be no scores or ratings. Just a shrine to the times were it was cool to wear chunky jewelry and neon colors and you could turn the radio on and hear the Goo Goo Dolls.   read

11:44 PM on 05.11.2008

Project Festival: Do Want

Reason Number 1:

Me? I'm not a big RPG person. I used to be, but I find that they are far too time consuming and tend not to hold my interest. (I'm also not really a big blogger, so me coming out of hibernation for this contest means a lot.) This game though, sparked quite an interest in me, mostly for one reason that is really fucking hard for me to admit on a public blog that I will probably get flamed for, but I am pretty emo.

I don't look like this anymore and I no longer like to take pictures of myself in the dark.

Srsly. Look at that shit. I am turned on by boys who can be mistaken as girls and have done terrible things to my hair, one of them being dying it three different colors (at the same time) and cutting only the back off. I enjoy music that consist of incoherent screaming and any reference to putting guns to your head. I've slightly grown out of this phase, but I still fap to the phrase "pull the trigger" and I like to dye my hair silly colors when I can afford it.

The second I heard about a game that involved high schoolers shooting themselves in the head, I immediately cocked my head in interest (ha, I used the word cock). Now I like to play things very nonchalantly for absolutely not reason, so one day I was talking to my boyfriend and said something along the lines of, "So... What's up with that Persona 3 game? You like shoot yourself in the head to attack or something?"

Being a very straight forward person he responded, "You'd like it."

I immediately developed an obsession. After watching video after video of game play, I decided that I needed to play this myself. Something that is actually a lot more difficult than it should be for one reason:

Reason Number 2:

I am a dirt poor college student. When I want a game, I sell half my library. I am down to about five games. Two of them were gifts that I figured that I should play before I sell at least and the other three are my favorite games ever that I refuse to sell (the Fatal Frame series). I even sold my friend's copy of Smash Brothers Melee without telling him (it's okay, he only plays his PS3 now). I've never owned a new game in my life. I simply can't afford it and my family does not support my gaming habits. (That's why I can't tell them that I'm actually going to school to be a developer.) Screw the idea of next gen. I've been saving up for a 360 for over a year and still probably won't have enough after this Christmas and when I do, I'll probably live off of downloadable content. When I want to play a game badly enough, I find a person with that system and I rent the game and befriend them. So I rented it.

A little while back, I decided that I wanted to get into modding. Now I love my PS2. And I love free stuff. So it only seemed logical to mod it and put a 8 GB hard drive into it, and my PS2, which I had affectionately referred to as "my baby" was now known as the Abomination. It became bulky and made angry wurring noises and there was a mysterious flashing orange light inside that reminded me of the fires of hell coming forth to forever remind me of this sin against God that I had created.

The first thing I did was put Persona 3 in. I ripped it and thought nothing more of it.

I turned the game on. And I saw this:


I was in awe. In fact, I watched it about 50 more times. I just sat there and watched the intro and the trailer over and over again, for about 2 hours before I finally started the game up. Every time I watched the part where the clock ticked down and he shot himself and fell apart into what looked like butterflies, I just died a little inside (in a good way). I was in love with the song. I downloaded the soundtrack. It was amazing.

I played the game for about two more hours that night, and I was completely enamored. I was in love with the characters, especially Junpei, whose voice sounded oddly familiar, which brings me to my next reason:

Reason Number 3:

I like anime. Now I'm not going to admit that I *love* it, because honestly, I haven't seen as much as most people, although I do go to anime conventions and cosplay every chance for an excuse I get. (I might just cosplay as the main character, if that doesn't show love enough. That's fucking cross dressing and shit! The last time I did that at a con, I had crazy fan girls touching me all over, which is really awkward and scary, especially when it's your first convention and no one is around to protect you because they're at the imported video game table... >_>)

I'm not that into anime. I swear...

Now I knew Junpei was from some show that I didn't watch avidly, but I had seen it enough to recognize it. I did some serious matlocking (I looked it up on Wikipedia...) and found out that it was Edward Alrich from Fullmetal Alchemist. Good show. A little depressing. Quit watching it half way through but yea, Junpei had a recognizable voice actor. In fact, I looked up all the voice actors, and they had done some notable VAing before that. One thing that took me by surprise was this: ya know Akihiko? Illidan Stormrange, from World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade. What the hell. That's fucking awesome. (I no longer play WoW after an extensive rehab program called unemployment.)

Akihiko in his past life. (God, his name is fucking fun to say!)

So yea. I love anime cutscenes. The last RPG I played was Lunar: SSSC, and ya know what? That had fucking amazing anime cutscenes as well! I was so happy... There was actually a time while playing it during a rather epic cutscene (when you do your first summon and fight your first monster) where I just wanted it to keep going and watch what happened. It felt more like a really good anime than a game.

Reason Number 4:

Honor. This may sound strange but I will explain. Now before, I spoke of the creation of the Abomination and how I had ripped this game with no thought, but after playing it for awhile, I felt extremely guilty. This game was amazing! It was so beautiful and had actually inspired me to play an RPG again. I had to share it with the world (which to me, consist of about two other people) so I coerced my boyfriend to play it and I took it to my best friends house and let him play it. By the time I got it back, it was time to send it on its way. At least I had gotten those few amazing hours alone with it and had been able to share its amazingness with others. But what of the ripped copy?

...I couldn't do it. I booted it up once and it didn't feel right. When I download music, I feel pretty okay about it. Everyone does it. But when it's one of my favorite bands, I go out and buy the CD to support them. Now this was a game that I truly loved. I wanted to support the wonderful people who had made it. I refused to play it. I yearned for many times, but I refused to play my pirated copy. It was the greatest thing I had been exposed to for the longest time but I wanted to respect it. So I deleted it.

Oh yea. I totally orgasmed the first time I summoned Orpheus.

I thought about it for a long time and decided that I really wanted to buy this game, which is a really big commitment for a person like me, something similar to buying a new baby or having a car. I had heard of FES being in Japan. I read up on it and it sounded fucking epic. If I was going to put any money into this game, it was going to be on a special edition. This was all before it was confirmed that this was coming to the US, so I waited and hoped that one day, I would hear the glorious news of its arrival.

Time passed and I went away to college, where I became even poorer and lived off of rentals that I could barely afford and the whole friend system of borrowing. I even used a creepy stalker guy to play Bioshock, Portal, and No More Heroes. Finally I caught word of it. FES was coming to the US! I did a little happy dance and I squealed and I watched the video of the intro about 80 more times and then I realized that I had no money.

So here I am now. I've waited all this time to play this game that I love so much. I have no talents to offer you. Only sincere devotion to this game. So much devotion that I could not play a ripped copy, even on those cold lonely friendless college Saturday nights when I yearned for a good game. So please, I beg of you, consider my entry. And here is my last reason:

Reason Number 5:

Right now it is 1 am. I had to make this post now so that I wouldn't forget about it. I never enter contest because I am lazy and/or forget about them. I have to wake up in a few hours and write two papers and take a final. I am sacrificing much needed sleep just for a chance to play this game again. I'm going to want to shoot myself in the morning for not going to bed when I should have and for procrastinating so much on my work. But I took the time out of my insanely busy schedule just to enter this contest in hope that maybe, just maybe, for the first time in my life, I might just win something.

(I'd also like to add that I accidentally deleted about half of this then published it, reread it, and had to write it all over again so it's actually more like 2 am now... >_> This made me very sad because I wrote very witty things that the world will never see and I will never remember, because it is far too late. That just shows even more devotion.)   read

11:51 PM on 03.24.2008

You Guys, I Have A Confession To Make...

Thank you.   read

11:55 AM on 03.06.2008

Isn't that cute... BUT IT'S WRONG!

I love my PSP. Not for PSP games, but for NOT emulators. I get more play out of it currently than any other system/handheld I own right now, mostly because I'm always on the go. (Wish I had a portable Dreamcast. Someone should get working on a NOT emulator for that...)

So I decided to pimp my PSP out. I think skins are lame and I kinda wanted to crack open my PSP to get a look at its bits so I decided to get a faceplate.

A shiny red faceplate.



This has got to be some kind of sick joke. I mean, they don't even offer this product on their site!

I ordered a red faceplate off of eBay for only 99 cents (and $10 shipping and handling >_>) from some random Hong Konganese (apparently they are no longer considered a part of China) distributor. It took about two weeks to get here. I opened it a literally almost cried.

It's not that I'm anti-pink. Pink can be okay. I wouldn't want a pink anything video game related, but if it would have been any other shade, any other color, I would have been okay. So I e-mailed them with a picture of what had been sent and even a link to the product I had bought (it even had fucking pictures of a red faceplate so it wasn't like, "Oh, maybe red is the same thing as pink in fucking China.") No response. E-mailed them again with no file attachment. No response. So I guess I'm out about $16.

I learned my lesson though, and I'm thinking about adding a cute lil panda or a strawberry or something to this current faceplate and reselling it or something for like $15 since faceplates are normally $10. Anyone interested?   read

7:27 PM on 02.05.2008

My Freakin' Huge List of Things I Need to Play (Looking for Suggestions and Crit

So this is me. Sucking at life. And I've realized that there is just a shit load of things that I've never played or want to play or haven't played enough of, but just never remember when it comes time to buy and/or rent. So. I made a list.

Let me know if any of these are just god awful (chances are that I'm already aware of this, but still want to play them) or if you have any good ideas (I'm looking for a lot more PSX games). I'm almost embarrassed by how big this is... >_>

Ape Escape
Beyond Good and Evil
Bleack (Japanese PS2 Fighter)
Bubble Bobble
Castlevania series
Chrono Cross
Chrona Trigger
Chu Chu Rocket!
Crazy Taxi
Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower
Dead Rising
Devil May Cry 3 & 4
Dynasty Warriors series
Eternal Darkness
Eternal Sonata
Final Fantasy 7 & 12
Gitaroo Man
God Hand
God of War 1 & 2
Guilty Gear series
Half Life series
Hamsterz 2
Hamtaro: Ham Ham Heartbreak
Harvest Moon DS Cute
Harvest Moon series
Haunting Ground
Hitman series
Hotel Dusk: Room 215
Indigo Prophecy
Innocent Life
Jet Set Radio Future
Killer 7
Kingdom Hearts 1 & 2
Mario Kart 64
Mass Effect
Max Payne
Mega Man Battle Network series
Mega Man Legends
Metal Gear Solid series
Monkey Island series
Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner
Monster Rancher series
Ninty-Nine Nights
No More Heroes
Odin Sphere
Pheonix Wright series
Pokemon Diamond/Pearl
Persona 3
Ratchet & Clank series
Rule of Rose
Sam and Max series
Shadow Hearts series
Shadow of the Colossus
Silent Hill 2
Sonic Adventure 1 & 2
Star Fox Adventures
Star Ocean series
Street Fighter series
Super Mario Bros
Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island
Super Monkey Ball 1 & 2
Super Paper Mario
Taiko Drum Master
Touch Detective
Trauma Center series
Vagrant Story
Venus and Braves
We <3 Katamari
Yoshi's Story   read

6:29 PM on 01.15.2008

Bigger Lies Than Cake: Games Get You Laid

I begin with a guilty admission: I read AOL's GameDaily. Only because it pops up when I turn my instant messenger on and I like to see what ridiculous things they consider "gaming news," but none the less, the damage is not done by itself. Today I was reading an "article" about the Dreamcast when on the sidebar I saw the headline "Nine Games that Can Get You Laid." Interested for some reason, I clicked, halfway expecting to see games that condone cybering or even get some in game NPC action. I was disturbed and slightly amused by what I found instead.

Apparently, GameDaily thinks that simulation games are accurate portrayals of what people are like in real life. For some reason, after that grossly inaccurate statement, I continued on. A trend I have noticed is that non-game related news sites tend to think that Wii games get the ladies all excited, so if you're looking for a little action, apparently Wii Sports in the hands of a woman is a regular old aphrodisiac. They also recommend "Anything with Mario." And apparently if you rock out on Guitar Hero or Rock Band, that's impressive as well, as opposed to actually writing a song or simply just learning guitar (believe me, it's not hard). After they made a few more terrible puns about banging drums and such, they talked more about other waggle friendly games such as Raving Rabbids. The big shocker though, was this:

They mentioned Rez. And the Trance Vibrator. O_O Finally, they list a game that might actually get your girl going. It still illudes me as to why people seem to think that Wii games are enough to get into a girl's pants. Maybe it's the whole "girls don't play games" mentality that's still going around and the Wii being "cute and friendly" and having some weird hypnotizing charm that I seem to be immune to, but I just think that the best advice is this: if you're dating a girl that actually does play video games, put your Wii away and whip out some real games. If she's a nongamer, just don't bring the games into the equation. It will not bring you sex. Maybe some fun and a few laughs, but no sex. Unless you have a Trance Vibrator.   read

1:26 PM on 01.05.2008

Happy Late New Yearz

I know it's like a week after New Years and that this post is COMPLETELY pointless, but I've decided that this year is going to be different.

This year, I will blog.

I have gained a GameCube and a PSP and some knowledge of programming. I will be adding a Dreamcast to my collection shortly as well. I have more than tripled the amount of games I own and I'll have lived away from borrowed university internet for about a month. I am no longer taking classes that will ass ream me (engineering isn't as fun as it sounded) and I will become a more hardcore gamer. I also plan to play an RPG all the way through, but that might be getting a bit ahead of myself... By summer I will purchase my first next gen system and I swear that I will lose ten god damn pounds!

This year will be good.   read

2:41 PM on 12.05.2007

In Salute to Excremento's Heartfelt Biography

I don't blog very often (or at all) but I do tend to comment quite a bit. This all just started out as an epic comment on Excremento's "Why I'm a 'Weird Kid'" post but it just kind of turned into the story of my life. It seems like people have been doing this a lot lately so here's mine:

I think video games are an escape for a lot of people. They're like books, ya know, from back in the olden days. And older people of today just don't understand that. They used to use those adventures of other people to escape from life but video games go a step above that. They actually make them your adventures. You're the one making the decisions. The fantasy world is put in your control, not the author's. Once the mainstream people realize that, I think that they'll be much more excepted.

I had two comings of video games in my life. The first was when I was very young. May dad was pretty young when I was born and I remember him playing Sega Genesis when I was about 5 or so. I started to pick up video games around that time. As I got a little bit older, I realized that video games were his way of escaping reality. I saw this as a way to connect with him. He was very disconnected with the world around him but if I could play a video game with him, it made me feel like I had a father and made him feel not so alone.

When I got little older, I got some stepbrothers to play video games with, but after a family separation, I was alone and with no one to play with and I dropped the controller for quite a few years.

I was always kind of the weird girl because I had pretty much been raised by guys my entire life. Girls didn't like you because you didn't act like them and no matter what, you could never be just like one of the guys. So sometime around junior high, I picked the controller back up and immersed myself back into the world of video games. They could take me away from all bullshit from school and away from my messed up family.

I got through most of junior high because of Lunar:SSSC, and maybe that's why I think it's such a great game, even though I'm sure it's probably not as great as I think it is (I even wrote a musical based off of it with a really weird friend of mine). Pokemon got me through several divorces and maybe that's why I can name all of the original 150 in numerical order.

Somewhere along the lines, I made two good friends that did nothing but play video games, but they were both guys and I never really felt like they ever got as close to me as they did with each other (parents wouldn't let me spend the night with them for some reason...).

I've blanked out a lot of my childhood because face it, it was pretty shitty and not really worth remembering, but all of the good things I remember usually involved video games in some way, whether it was playing with my dad or brothers, or just by myself or with friends. But at least I don't remember most of the bad.

Nowadays my dad still plays video games, but not so much as an escape. (Finally at age 40, he has left his parents basement and moved in with his girlfriend.) I attend college and play more video games than I probably should. Now, since I'm forced to live with other girls, many whom have played a "Nintendo thing" maybe once or twice in their life, it's a little lonely 'cause no one even knows what that black box under my TV does, or what it's called for that matter. At least I'm not so alone with my games, though. (And my hardcore gamer boyfriend.)

Well I'm sorry that my story was probably full of more suck than win but it is my first real attempt at blogging. At least it was related. Coming soon: The Dumbest/Funniest Questions I Get Asked by College Girls While Playing Video Games.   read

3:37 AM on 10.27.2007

Hot Noob Action!

Hey. I'm new, female, and 18. I mostly like RPGs survival/horror and other various things. Being a poor college student all I have is my PS2 and DS. I've been gaming since I was about 5 and first system was a Sega Genesis. Don't know if I'll be posting much since I don't really think I'm hardcore enough. I'll try though. ^_~   read

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