29 June 2007 / Friday
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today was a day before Full Moon -- Expect the Unexpected !
I always have to be very careful around NEW and FULL MOONS -- my facial hair seems to grow longer, my nails turn into claws, and my ears appear to increase in length --
you can find what kind of animal you turn into on that page -- click the CREATE A MORPH tab on the upper left. It can almost be scarey.
For the past couple weeks or so I read a zillion web stories about the upcoming Apple iPhone, saw tons of uTube and other videos about it, including really funny spoofs [some of the links I list below], and posted about what I found on an AOL message board. I do NOT have a cell phone and do NOT foresee getting one -- my bills are off the wall now and adding another one to the monthly list is out of the question. The hype kinda intrigued me a lot, though -- can it be as spectacular as they say it is?
Is it really like the Second Coming -- LORD BE PRAISED! Is it the best thing since sliced bread and microwave ovens? From what I read it appears to me to be the most innovative / smallest / cheapest computer that Apple ever made, and as a bonus it includes an iPod music player with a wide color touch screen / Internet access device using the Safari web browser [now available as a FREE download for Windows users] / a digital camera / email client / text messaging unit -- oh, and as an aside, it's also a cell phone.
I called the nearest Cingular [= AT&T] retailer in Ewing, not far from me, to ask about the availability of the iPhone, just to see what they were like -- the dude sez ...
I'm not sure -- we open at 6 but I don't know if there will be any available ...
didn't you get any?
I cannot answer that question because the doors open at 6 and we have a lot of orders ...
does THAT mean you have iPhones reserved already?
yes, it does ...
ok, what I want to know is if you will have any -- I don't want to drive there and find there are none ...
I can't say yes, and I can't say no ... the phone has been ringing off the hook for days now -- everybody asks the same things ...
do you know any of the other local Cingular or AT&T stores that will carry them?
I do not know that -- I would suggest that go to an Apple Store ...
every so often in my life a fleeting thought occurred to me -- I missed getting to Germany when they tore the infamous Berlin Wall down -- Martha Stewart / Bill Clinton / Hillary Clinton / Al Gore / George Bush / some astronauts and other personages have appeared at meetings in my area but for whatever reason I never convinced myself to get out of the house -- when each of the Star Wars flicks had a midnight preview in a movie theatre at the other end of Trenton, for those I somehow managed to escape my monastic solitary confinement -- I wonder why. The nearest Apple Store is more than an hour away, and the parking is horrible at the malls -- will I miss this historic once in a lifetime iPhone event too? Hummmmm It is FULL MOON time, anything can happen.
After I posted the above message about the Cingular store at 17:35, the Holy Spirit descended upon me in the form of an iPhone, and I was awe struck, almost in a daze -- in an altered state, I must have showered, shaved, sprayed myself liberally with that sexy male hormonal attractant, AXE, put fresh batteries in my Kodak DC3400, grabbed my wallet, gotten downstairs somehow and into the Honda ...
when I slowly awoke from my Rapture I found myself at the ramp leading to the AT&T store in Lawrenceville, New Jersey along Route 1, a few miles south of Princeton University -- the parking lot was full, and as I was about to drive to the back to see if I could find a space, the car in the handicapped space right in front started backing up to leave -- I'd swear the lady in the driver's seat had angel wings, a golden halo and glowed brightly ...
I grabbed the camera and cane, in that order, egressed from the vehicle which must have been on autopilot, looked at my watch, and started to find out where the end of the line was ...
photo taken at -- 17:51h
This is the start of the waiting line at the front entrance -- you will see the first dude on the left again, below -- the sixth from the left, the tall peep with the blue baseball cap is from nearby Princeton University -- those fold up portable folding chairs that a few had are a necessity for events such as this ... a lady was writing names on a numbered waiting list -- I was number 43, but a couple numbers were actually two people, although only one name appeared on the sheet ...
photo taken at -- 17:52h
the line snaked around the corner -- the parking lot was overfilled, with some double parked -- the day was beautiful, sunny but not too warm, with a slight breeze -- another of those folding chairs ... MOST waiters had cell phones and used them frequently -- I would say that the peeps ranged in age from about 18 to the early thirties; perhaps three were older -- I noted that about 25% of them were blacks, Hispanics, and of Asian / middle eastern descent ...
photo taken at -- 17:54h
in the back at the loading area they had a portapotty for those waiting in line ... interestingly enough, my time spent waiting in line did not necessitate its use, which was sort of a surprise, since at home while tapping away at my iMac I must frequently run to the bathroom [for example., when working on this page, I have already used the bathroom 3 times, and I am only about half way finished] ...
photo taken at -- 17:54h
this is the end of the line where I established myself, getting out of line every so often to check how things were going in front -- the last two appeared to be of Indian origin, and there was another two fellows with them ... on the left background is Route 1, some miles south of the Princeton U campus ... the large trash bin, which can barely be seen along the wall, was filled to the brim with plastic bottles of mineral water and sodas -- I was told that #1 arrived at 08h that morning ...
the doors opened [as punctually as the Spanish railroad trains leave the station] at exactly 18h on the nose ...
five were allowed in, probably because they had five cashiers -- when an order was finalized, a runner named Aaron, sauntered to the storeroom and came out with a single iPhone box in his hands -- the potential buyers inside also checked out the racks of iPhone covers / protectors and other accessories, which seemed to be abundant -- a seemingly elderly retired guard was standing inside the door -- when one leaves the store, another is allowed in ...
photo taken at -- 18:02h
this is buyer number two with his new iPhone and some accessory in the bag, probably a holder / protector of some sort -- I saw him pay with cash -- the iPhone poster is the only one in their windows -- doesn't he look gushingly thrilled to have gotten an iPhone?
The first happy buyer to leave was the dude seen in the first photo, above, from Princeton University who, when I asked if I could take his photo holding the iPhone box, declined -- some princetonians can be utter snobs ...
about 15 minutes later a Hispanic guy and his girl friend passed me standing on the side of the building -- he had silver like ear / lip / nose studs and his visible flesh was completely covered with tattoos -- she was kinda Twiggy like -- he would not allow me to take his pic either -- actually I did not take as many photos as I though I might ... the Indian dude with his son ahead of me decided they couldn't wait any more, so they left, meaning that I was now #42 in line ...
at approximately 18:35h I had just turned the corner when the manager came out to announce that the iPhone supply was almost gone -- some ten minutes later he appeared again to say they had SOLD OUT, but, when the anxiously awaiting peeps finally get inside they could order one, which would be delivered asap to their home address -- he could not say how long it would take, perhaps a week or so ...
photo taken at -- 18:49h
the Indian man with his boy left while I was still on the side of the building -- their pal, the one in the gray shirt was in front of me, thus I am now forth in line after waiting some 45 minutes -- as you can see there are still quite a few in the line which still extends along the side -- I took this pic standing beside my car ...
I breathlessly awaited my turn -- then the miracle happened ...
JHC, I felt the soothing winds of the heavens thrusting me into the doors of the Holy Place and could hear celestial music as I entered -- click to hear music --
I AM SAVED, BORN AGAIN * HALLELUJAH ! ...
Aaron, you know, the one with that long rod, cast it before the hands - on iPhone display and it turned into a serpent, and in the blink of an eye blossomed into three iPhones, one of which I was to use for the next half hour or so ...
I surfed, typed in my web site URL, and using that two finger pinching trick, was able to see parts of the main page as large as they appear on my computer [if not larger], in bright vivid color on a touch screen that showed few finger prints even though it had been lovingly fondled by several previous grazers -- got to the aol sign in page, signed in, the AOL system recognized my screen name -- I then attempted to send a historic email to Ron with a CC to myself but they didn't have things set up to do that [it was all in-house settings -- mfsoab] ... I typed with my right index finger AND even used the two thumb method -- keep in mind that I had never handled a cell phone or typed on its miniature keyboard before -- did I make mistakes? Of course I did, but so did Aaron, and I assume that he had some practice with it. Some months ago I got myself a thin transparent rubber like cover for my iMac keyboard to keep dust and munchie crumbs from clogging up the keys, and still find it slightly difficult to type error free using it -- sometimes two keystrokes register, at others an adjacent key seems to be dragged down by the rubber instead of the letter I wanted -- I probably had to correct at least 100 mistakes as I was typing this page, and I still have to use spell check before I put it online [even that does not catch every error].
I either held the iPhone in one hand or both [when I typed with my two thumbs] -- the friggin thang is LIGHT and THIN -- more solid than my iPods -- the couple controls on the left side and top were almost flush with the iPhone surface -- the battery icon was FULL, even though it had been ON for over an hour and a half and was not recharging ...
as I played with this marvel, I chatted with Aaron, asking his some pointed questions -- photos were NOT allowed to be taken inside the store -- a gal came over with Aaron's cell phone and said he had a call waiting [he replied that he has dozens of waiting calls and that he would attend to them later] -- he told me their shipment arrived that morning via UPS, but would not tell me how many they received. I told him that one might be able to calculate the number received by observing how many left the store until about 18:45 when the manager told those waiting in line that they didn't have any left -- EVERYBODY I saw leaving had an iPhone -- I was #42 in line, some names on the list entered together and each left with an iPhone -- in those 45 minutes at least 35+ buyers left the store, meaning that they sold about one iPhone / minute and received probably 40 iPhones -- he nodded and said that sounds close [I ask myself, if the other store told me on the phone that they had a LOT of the iPhones already RESERVED for customers -- which, incidentally, they were officially NOT allowed to do -- could this store still have a few in the back for those pre-orders?] ...
I asked if the iPhone I practiced with was on their in-house WiFi network [I assume they might have one] or simply on their standard EDGE system -- he did not know the answer -- although he knew the basics about sending an email, he hadn't tried it before he helped me do it -- he also hadn't tried logging into the AOL system. Perhaps my sneakiest question is whether AT&T offers a special subscription price for the handicapped, as other phone carriers have -- he told me I would have to contact their billing department for that information, and that they do have special rates for several purposes but he didn't know the details. If it would cost 20% less, I might have been devilishly tempted to plunk down my credit card and come home with a new toy!
The only three things that escaped my attention was the sound quality, checking out the iTunes Store and taking a shot with the built in digital camera -- I could have done the former easily enough because I have a web page of midi and MP3 music.
I thanked both Aaron and the manager profusely for their help and headed back to Trenton, where I added a brief note on the AOL message board about my thrilling experience.
Was my hands on test of the iPhone as hallucinatory as all the hype said it would be? YES -- it is incredible what Apple has put into this miniature computer that is the iPhone. It is the perfect accessory for those who travel a lot, for business or pleasure, and want to continue doing the same virtual cyber things they do at home on their desktop or laptop. I can imagine that future versions might be yet more inclusive and complete. I might like to be able to use some of the apps I use on a daily basis to update my web sites / add items to the online auction / sale venues I frequent, add to the databases I have, SAVE emails and instant messages in some folder that I could transfer to my iMac when synching the iPhone, and some other things.
Curiously, two online AOL friends also got themselves an iPhone. Rich from southern New Jersey was 25th in a line of about 100 -- he calculated that the store had about 35 in stock -- he said, The best part is it's FUN and has a lot of WOW going for it.
The second pal wasn't quite as positive about it -- he mentioned that it is slippery and might be dropped / broken easily, but his main concern was, Typing on this thing is a NIGHTMARE!! -- I replied that in about a week he would do the typing as easily as he does it on his laptop.
In any case I felt like a 20-ish year old again, doing things at the spur of the moment and thoroughly enjoying it -- in the past they resulted in my studies and teaching in Europe, my move to Trenton, teaching in the Trenton public schools, opening an art and collectibles gallery, getting my first computer, going to the premiere of all the Star Wars movies, and muchos otros memorable events in my existence, many of which are chronicled right here in my web pages. This iPhone adventure will be most difficult to eclipse.
30 June 2007 / Saturday -- Ron, from Arlington, Virginia instant messaged me just before midnight yesterday about the iPhone -- he may go to the Apple Store at a nearby mall to see for himself what the gadget is like, but he doesn't think he will get one -- he is an Apple geek / retired tech consultant & university teacher going back at least 25 years, perhaps my most knowledgable Mac cyber pal.
Well, lo and behold, at 16:27h he posted a shocking note that ...
Got back a few min. ago with my new 8GB iPhone. It's out of the box and charging but I need to do a lot of stuff on my PB to get ready for it. I hadn't planned on buying it but I could tell my wife wanted me to get it. We went to the Clarendon Apple store in Arlington where a friend of mine from Apple Consultants Network days works. He said they had sold out of the 8GB models but they just got a new shipment in 45 min. before I got there. Good timing.
The store was crowded and an iPhone class was in session. It took me a while to get to the iPhone display but I got to try one out and called a friend. I could hear her fine in the crowded, noisy store. After playing around with the various functions, I was sold.
I am sure he will comment on his experience using it in the coming days, and I hope to add his observations here. well, that didn't take very long -- this was posted by him at 22:27 ...
I finally got my iPhone activated. I'm not sure if what I did did the trick but here's what I did:
Using a small paper clip stuck in the tiny SIM card hole, I popped out the card, cleaned it with a cloth, put it back in and zing, it was activated. It may have been coincidental. Hard to tell. Some people have reported getting activated as soon as they popped in a new SIM card from ATT. I thought, rather than going to all that trouble, maybe the card needed reseating after all the bouncing around it got getting here from China. So many people are having trouble with this, I wonder if it's a good idea to ship these things with the card installed. It's either that or ATT's servers are just too swamped to handle the traffic which seems more likely.
Now that I've had a chance to play with all the features, I love it! Played YouTube video, a music video, music, showed some of my photos, browsed the Web, sent email, viewed the weather (wish I had a radar widget!) and the stocks, and wrote a note. I didn't have much trouble typing, accepting some suggestions, and even tried using thumbs. I can just see me getting more proficient with time but I sure wasn't scared off.
Love my iPhone!
1 July 2007 / Sunday -- at 01:30 Ron sent the following to the AOL message board ...
This thing is a pure joy! Easy to hold and use, very intuitive, and the interface is liquid and responsive. All mechanical controls were simple to use. There are 4 of them: ringer/vibrate switch, sleep/wake/shutdown button, volume rocker, and home button.
A lot of people, including me, had trouble getting our phones activated. Some of the problem had to do with AT&T being overloaded and taking time to transfer accounts if you were an existing customer or wanted to transfer from another service. If you were a new customer or were creating a new line, you should have been instantly activated. If you weren't, popping out the SIM card and reseating might help. It seemed to help me.
I tried out YouTube, really liked a clip, and emailed the link to Sonny [that is me, so I received the very first email Ron sent using his iPhone! I am blessed]. It was unbelievably easy to do. I connected to my password protected AirPort network and surfed a password protected messageboard. No trouble typing. Auto-capitalization and helpful suggestions for words with apostrophes. Clever magnified cursor insertion. I have big, fat fingers and it wasn't all that hard.
After syncing with iCal through iTunes, my wife mentioned an appointment I should enter. Wow, is that calendar cool! There are rollers for months, days, hours, minutes, and for AM/PM. Just twirl and set. Slick!
The camera was really simple to use and works great. Photos look amazing on bright, crisp screen.
Maps with satellite views and traffic are very useful. I'll be using these features a lot or I should say my wife will. ;)
To protect this little gem, I'd like to get a thin silicone or neoprene sleeve. I'll see what's out there in a couple weeks.
(Important note: the screen works with touch and light taps, not pressure.)
I'm a very happy iPhone owner. :)
At 02:49 Ron seems to be playing with his new toy into the early morning hours -- he sent me, via his dotMac client from the iPhone itself, the following photo taken with his iPhone -- you thus see him and the BACK of the iPhone, which is where the digital camera is located -- he cleverly took the shot while facing the mirror in his bathroom -- quite a good photo, I might add ...
2 July 2007 / Monday -- Joan in Florida ordered two iPhones online at the Apple Store on 29 June 2007 and was told they would be shipped in 2 to 4 weeks -- today she was informed that they would be shipping on Friday, 6 July. Apple has still not announced how many were sold over the weekend -- I think they are waiting to say that one million left the warehouse.
Opus the platypus got his iPhone, of course -- and when they updated it, he rushed to get that one too!
6 July 2007 / Friday -- Bob, who has a very successful special event video / photography business, [for weddings / bar mitzvahs, etc. -- Main Event Entertainment] posted the following on 4 July 2007 --
Over the weekend, I bought 2 iPhones for me and the wife. All I can say is there is no hype. This is the best device I've ever owned. On a scale of 1 to 10 its a 20 for sure. Now when it comes to the phone and ATTs network, I've browsed the internet from home via the network and via WiFi, its awesome. I've had other small devices that browse the internet, Apples technology of allowing you to pinch and open your fingers to shrink and expand the browser window is phenomenal. The keyboard, I don't know why anyone would put this down. Its fantastic, it takes 2 or 3 days to acclimate but its very intuitive and a non issue. Very simple to use. Now for the actual phone portion, I'm not entirely happy with that. The quality is okay but if you're in a car driving, especially a loud one, like a van ( I own a cargo van) the person on the other side will complain that you sound like your underwater. I never had that with any of the cheaper Verizon phones I've owned. The mic is pretty sensitive. The ear piece is also a bit to be desired. I'm seriously considering using the Bluetooth headset for driving. The iPod portion is incredible. The photo portion is yet again, incredible. The video aspect is amazing. So many incredible new technologies in a small device. This device is revolutionary and a lot of thought went into it. This was not simply a homerun but the game winning grandslam. After 5 days use, I'm still impressed and feel like a kid again. Speaking of kids, mine wont leave me alone, they want one too. Their birthdays are in October, looks like I'm going to fork the extra cash out for them too. Uggh
Four hours later he added more details --
I'm the original poster of this thread, and I'm quite familiar with phones and services. I've had them all and was the first kid on my block to have a Motorola flip phone. LOL I've had every cool phone to man except the blackberry. I just never caught on, and I've never been a text message type of guy until I bought this iPhone. Although, I'm not overly happy about the quality of the ATT network, I'm not disheartened either. I spend a great deal of time on the phone, I speak to my parents who live in Florida and spend on occasion 45 minutes every other day with them, mostly while I'm on the road going to a sales meeting or something. I am hyper critical. The phone makes the service better. Browsing the internet from the phone is almost enjoyable (not even close to a laptop but in a pinch) and not as bad as I've heard people talk about the ATT network. I've tried this on Verizon and I wasn't exactly thrilled. Today there is more to a phone then just calling people. Why carry 3 devices, like an iPod, a phone and a camera, when you can have them all in one. The people that criticize this phone are like the first people that criticized the iPod and the first macintosh computer. They just don't get it, they don't understand the how revolutionary this device will be. Only a true tech geek like myself can appreciate this and believe geeks are the driving force behind sales. We have to have the best gadgets, and ones that organize our lives. The first Macs made things simpler, so naturally we geeks had to have them and discover what made them tick. The first iPods, let us enjoy our music carrying our whole record collections with us. Trust me when I tell you this iPhone is simply the best piece of hardware thats been developed for us geeks in our lifetime, except perhaps cable and the plasma TV. Okay the computer got us started but this device does just about everything and when the new updates come out in the next few months, it may even cook our breakfast for us.
I contacted him and the next day he sent me a photo depicting him holding his iPhone, taken by his wife using HER iPhone -- it was quite a bit larger than shown here and it includes some outdoors landscape in the background, which, as you can see, would easily make a high quality print ...
While on the subject of outdoor pics taken with the iPhone, Ron sent me one that he took through a window of his Mom's backyard -- everything crisp and clear on his larger size original ... formatted as 7.5 x 10 at 160 ppi ... here is a link to his dotMac photo files --
16 July 2007 / Monday -- this morning I found an ad for an iPhone battery from a supplier in China at YardSaleNet.net -- here is the photo -- they apparently sell in quantity but no price is given --
6 August 2007 / Monday -- In a message dated 5/8/07 22:30:20, email@example.com writes:
Didn't you wait in line and buy an iPhone?... I read on your web page.
I waited in line to LOOK at one,
to FEEL one,
to PLAY WITH one,
to SEE how it works / what it does,
to BE PART OF a history making event [such as was the fall of the Berlin Wall, which I COULD have done but didn't],
to be able to WRITE about one
to describe my HANDS ON FIRST HAND EXPERIENCE with one
to RELIVE the thrill and excitement of spontaneous experiences like I was able to participate in in my younger years [such as my unexpected extended European adventures, my first visits to Belgique / Israel / Spain / Iceland, my discovery of a new subspecies of Ice Age walrus, ad infinitum]
to FEEL YOUNG again
to be able to pass on to younger generations the WONDER and INQUISITIVENESS and ABSOLUTE JOY of EXPLORING THE UNKNOWN
to be part of the HARMONY OF THE UNIVERSE, not just a passive couch potato listener of the MUSIC OF THE SPHERES
to get a RUSH, a HIGH, only comparable with that in LOVE MAKING
to show OLD COOTS that life still holds things to conquer, mountains to climb, things to live for
to TEMPT and ENTHRALL those who find life boring and uneventful
to SHOW AND TELL that life is worth living
to DEMONSTRATE that one DOES have time for DOING extraordinary things, not just think about them
to give an EXAMPLE that spontaneity and flash decisions can be more powerful than a computer having an Intel 8 core quad processor with hyperthreading, a 20" touch screen OLED ultra thin flat panel monitor that uses minimal current and has unbelievable color rendition
to ATTEMPT to get modern - ish peeps who prefer instant satisfaction without expending any effort to READ MORE and actually process / understand the information presented
to SHOW OFF my writing and illustrating techniques, my open in new screen for convenience HTML skills
my vivid IMAGINATION and inherent quasi RELIGIOUS nature...
IF you read / correctly processed the entire story, you would know that I did NOT buy one ...
you must think I am rich or something
that I invested with Vanguard Personalized Asset Management Services which provide Investment Income on a regular basis BEFORE I was prematurely forced to retire [nobody ever told me about this neato stuff when I might have been able to do it]
which can provide greater yields than government bonds and playing the stock options game ...
so there you have it, in a proverbial nutshell --
in summing up, NO, I DO NOT HAVE AN iPHONE AND NEVER WILL ...
sorry to disapoint you.
just getting by, existing on a shoestring and the magnanimous charity / selfless generosity of others Sonny
11 August 2007 / Saturday -- here si the ULTIMATE iPhone commercial -- absolutely unbelievable ...
I am adding a couple of the URLs related to the iPhone -- there are many more out there in cyberspace -- you can find them sometimes as other links listed on the same page -- new links are indicated --
Video Links -- Jackie Mason / - Video 1 -- Jobs vs. Gates / - Video 2 -- David Pogue / - Video 3 -- jPhone / - Video 4 -- AXE EFFECT / - Video 5 --
Conan O'Brian / - Video 6 -- MadTV / - Video 7 -- SNL / - Video 8 -- Ed Baig / - Video 9 -- DaringFireball / - Link 10 -- iPhone WAG / - Link 11 --
TIME / - Link 12 -- Pogue - iPhone, the Musical / - Video 13 -- Michelle Slatalla / - Link 14 -- iPhone.com / - Link 15 -- iPhone Crazed Thumb / - Video 16 --
Maxwell Smart's Shoe Phone / - Link 17 -- Pogue's First iPhone Bill / - Link 18 -- BlackFriars iPhone Tracking Map / - Link 19 -- The iPhone Camera / - Link 20 -- iPhone in Alaska / - Video 21 -- iPhone Contract / - Link 22 -- Colbert Gets an iPhone / - Video 23 -- 2 Weeks with iPhone / - Link 24 -- iPhone a Gem / - Link 25 -- iPhone NOT for Wonkers / - Video 26 -- iPhone as Tethered Modem / - Link 27 --
iPhone Battery Replacements / - Link 28 -- Another iPhone Bill / - Link 29 -- iPhone in Quarterly Report / - Link 30 -- iPhone's Secret Sauce / - Link 31 -- iPhone, after 30 Days / - Link 32 -- iPhone in Japan / - Link 33 -- 10 Great iPhone Apps / - Link 34 -- iPhone in Germany / - Video 35 -- iPhone in France / - Video 36 -- 3k iPhone Bill / - Link 37 -- Why is iPhone Better? / - Link 38 -- iPhone Video Hack / - Link 39 -- Inside Chinese iPhone Factory Complex / - Link 40 --
AT&T iPhone Bill in a Box / - Link 41 -- An Apple Game [Interactive] / - Link 42 -- 300 Page AT&T Bill / - Video 43 -- Jobs & Gates - iPhone / - Video 44 -- Zune Phone / - Video 45 -- New Jersey Teenager Unlocks iPhone / - Link 46 -- Teenager Trades Unlocked iPhone for Nissan / - Link 47 -- Jobs, Germany, iPhone / - Link 48 -- -- 1 Million Sold / - Link 49 -- Getting iBricked / - Video 50 -- iBricked 2 / - Link 51 -- iPhone / - Video 52 --
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