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Friday, January 27, 2012

Liar Sues Victim

A liar is outed on the internet by a whistle-blower and victim.

What does the liar do? Sues the person that exposes the lies.

It doesn't matter that there is evidence collaborating the lies. Sue them to shut them up.

That is the case from New York where a woman exposes her ex boyfriend for what he is. The ex boyfriend - having the syndicate and the power of the courts behind him - sues the ex girlfriend for the usual nonsense: defamation, libel, slander and of course torturous interference.

The now twice victim - the woman who exposes the liar - has obtained a lawyer. The lawyer stated that there are dire predictions for freedom if the plaintiff (the liar) is successful in silencing the truth. The lawyer also said:
It seems ironic that men can lie and cheat and then look to the courts for legal protection.

I think the minimum the women should be allowed to do is to speak out and speak the truth about the men who they have had relationships [with] and about the men who have hurt them.

We believe lawsuits like this should not be allowed. This is free speech. Women must have a voice and be able to speak to each other on matters of common interest without fear of being dragged into court.
As now American is officially socialist, it is well on its way on losing its freedom of speech.

Congratulations for also allowing your rights to free speech to evaporate.

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http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/01/26/taking-liberties-lawsuit-worthy-google-search/#ixzz1kfS96SCs

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Saturday, January 21, 2012

Evidence: Rony Joel Lawsuit

Marco Island Murderers' Row of Pols - Beginning of the End of Paradise!

As we gather our evidence to expose the frivolous and malicious prosecution, we put forth this oldie (2005) but goodie.





Listen to how there is no problem with any of the waterways and that there is nothing wrong with the septic tanks - but a sewer system is needed anyway ... because the then City Manager claims that the state is concerned.

(By the way, there never was a state concern, and when we called their bluff years later, they pointed to a "study" done in the Florida Keys much later. The problem for them was that the "study" turned out to be a hoax.)

But the best part is at the end - a citizen decries how the council is for special interests (in his stuttering we hear for the first time the use of the term SYNDICATE to describe the Marco Island Mafia) and how the compromised council and city employees ignore the regular non-special interest citizens.

Council's response? They laugh.

Ps. Before any more of you syndicate operatives claim yet another slander on the use of Murders' Row ... look it up on this new thing called the Internet - it has nothing to do with you people being murderers.

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  • Such a great article which the best part is at the end a citizen decries how the council is for special interests and how the compromised council and city employees ignore the regular non-special interest citizens.In which here is no problem with any of the waterways and that there is nothing wrong with the septic tanks - but a sewer system is needed anyway because the then City Manager claims.Thanks for sharing this article

    By Anonymous Jeff, at Wednesday, April 04, 2012 3:47:00 PM  

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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Water – More for Sale

Former Governor Graham caution Florida lawmakers yesterday that pending legislative action "would cause considerable damage to the Everglades and cause Floridians to lose control of thousands of acres of wetlands."

From the Palm Beach Post: "Speaking to the Florida Legislative Everglades Caucus, Graham called on them to reject two water measures he called 'not just the camel's nose but the camel's neck and shoulders under the tent of privatization of water.' HB 639 would allow utilities to have permanent ownership of water they have used and treated."

This bill if enacted would change the current law that clearly defines water as belonging to the people – not to the municipality as the City of Marco Island incorrectly believes. Hence, rogue and privately controlled municipalities like the City of Marco Island (read: STRP, the syndicate, compliant judges, etc…) would be allowed to use water as another commodity by which to tax at politically advantageous (condominium) or disadvantageous (home owners) rates.

Namely, from the water belonging to the people (now treated water being injected into the aquifer for the most part), to being sold back to the people – wait! Isn't that what they syndicate promised with the STRP – non-potable treated water being sent back to the houses for irrigation? How did that work out for those STRP supporters?

Here on Marco Island, except for a handful of ignored former residents, no one actually cares about water, water conservation or water quality – unless it impacts them financially when paying their monthly water bill.

And that water bill will go up if the above noted House Bill becomes law since it would allow the City of Marco Island to further commoditize water.

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  • Such a great article which This bill if enacted would change the current law that clearly defines water as belonging to the people – not to the municipality as the City of Marco Island incorrectly believes. Hence, rogue and privately controlled municipalities like the City of Marco Island would be allowed to use water as another commodity by which to tax at politically or disadvantageous rates.Thanks for sharing this article.

    By Anonymous Mandy, at Monday, April 02, 2012 3:37:00 PM  

  • Nice post which This bill if enacted would change the current law that clearly defines water as belonging to the people – not to the municipality as the City of Marco Island incorrectly believes. In which Here on Marco Island, except for a handful of ignored former residents, no one actually cares about water, water conservation or water quality – unless it impacts them financially when paying their monthly water bill.Thanks a lot for posting this article.

    By Anonymous Nate, at Wednesday, April 18, 2012 12:18:00 PM  

  • Thank you. I too hope it passes so the syndicate will think twice before going forward with their latest theft disguised as water rates reform. The problem is as we have learned at too great a cost the syndicate through their stooges on the council will ignore the law . Thanks again Mario

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wednesday, April 18, 2012 1:42:00 PM  

  • In my opinion unfortunately Graham is right about the situation.

    By Anonymous Kuba ekskurzia, at Friday, May 18, 2012 5:19:00 AM  

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Sunday, January 15, 2012

Joel Suit - Biased Hayes Ruling Appealed

The ruling by Hayes (where he asked no questions and to those in the gallery ignored the entire hearing) denying our motion on venue - per Florida Statutes - is being appealed.

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Thursday, January 05, 2012

Response to Biased Ruling - Joel Lawsuit

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

IN AND FOR COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA


 

CIVIL ACTION


 

ARNON RONY JOEL,


 

    Plaintiff,

Case No. 11-2840-CA

v.


 

MARIO SÁNCHEZ


 

    Defendant.

                                                    


 

DEFENDANT'S VERIFIED MOTION
FOR RECONSIDERATION AND INCORPORATED
MEMORANDUM OF LAW

                                                    


 

COMES NOW Defendant, MARIO SÁNCHEZ and moves, by and through his undersigned attorney, for reconsideration of the Court's Order executed on December 20, 2011, which found in pertinent part that "venue is proper in Collier County, Florida." In support of his motion, Defendant states as follows:

  1. Background

Dr. Mario Sánchez is a journalist, publishing his editorial and investigative reporting on his online newspaper to a significant audience of readers since as early as May of 2006. Dr. Sánchez has meticulously researched and written a number of pieces concerning the conduct of Marco Island's local government officials, and in particular the conduct of Plaintiff. Sánchez has personally made Freedom of Information Act ("FOIA") requests upon entities such as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, obtaining documents that he has used to confirm and support his truthful reporting of the sanctionable activities of Plaintiff. Needless to say, much of Dr. Sánchez's writing, which is highly critical of Plaintiff, is not very flattering. However, as a public figure, Plaintiff's actions are rightly held up to public scrutiny, and Dr. Sánchez's writing does precisely this, reporting accurately the goings on in Marco Island's Department of Public Works with Plaintiff at its helm.

In late fall/early summer of 2011, Dr. Sánchez's writings on Plaintiff caught the attention of a local television news reporter named Mike Mason in Lee County, where Plaintiff had recently been offered a position as director of the county's Department of Transportation. After reading Dr. Sánchez's online newspaper, the supporting FOIA documents (also available for download on Dr. Sánchez online newspaper), and a handful of conversations with Dr. Sánchez, Mr. Mason put together a piece that aired on television as a Fox 4 "In Your Corner" segment during the local news broadcast in Lee County. Plaintiff contends that the news report on Fox 4 resulted in him losing the at-will position that the Lee County local government had previously offered.

On July 8, 2011, shortly after Plaintiff's job offer was rescinded, Dr. Sánchez drafted and published an article entitled "Perennial Pursuit of Justice" on his online newspaper, in which he opined about the importance of documenting injustice and the misconduct of wrongdoers by the media. Plaintiff further contends that the "Perennial Pursuit of Justice" article comprises material that is defamatory.

Finally, Plaintiff has obtained a copy of a private email sent by Dr. Sánchez on August 19, 2011, notifying a number of individuals that Fox 4 in Lee County would be airing a follow-up piece concerning Plaintiff. Again, Plaintiff contends that the substance of the email is defamatory, claiming that Sánchez has damaged his reputation by sending the email.

In response to Plaintiff's complaint, Dr. Sánchez pointed out to the Court that Plaintiff's reliance on where Defendant maintains a residence for purposes of venue is improper for defamation claims, providing an affidavit of facts showing Collier County does not satisfy Florida's venue statute. Plaintiff took issue with Dr. Sánchez's evidence of venue, asserting that he had impermissibly put forth hearsay evidence concerning the location of first publication for the "Perennial Pursuit of Justice" article. In denying Dr. Sánchez's motion to transfer this action to a permissible venue, the Court adopted an Order drafted by Plaintiff, which affirmatively stated that "venue is proper in Collier County" – without any discussion of Florida's special venue statute for defamation actions.

In addition to his previously filed affidavit concerning the proper venue, Dr. Sánchez has, since this Court's oral ruling on his motion to transfer venue, compiled and submitted further sworn testimony and documentary evidence that conclusively establishes maintenance of venue in Collier County does not conform to the statutory standards for a defamation action. In response to Plaintiff's claims of hearsay, Dr. Sánchez has provided certified records of his regularly conducted activities, which overcome Plaintiff's objection. Now, based upon a more complete proffer, Dr. Sánchez moves this Court to reconsider its prior ruling, which cannot be supported on this record.

  1. Legal Standards

    1. Motions for Reconsideration

An interlocutory order may be modified or vacated by the trial court any time before final judgment unless the order has been affirmed by an appellate court during the proceeding. Alabama Hotel Co. v. J.L. Mott Iron Works, 98 So. 825 (Fla. 1924). A motion for reconsideration is the proper remedy to change an interlocutory order. Henry P. Trawick, Jr., Trawick's Florida Practice and Procedure § 15:4 (2011 ed.). The motion should detail the reasons why the movant believes the order to be erroneous. Fla. R. Civ. P. 1.100(b).

  1. Transfer of Venue

Objections to venue may be made by motion to transfer the action before the answer is served or by affirmative defense in the answer. Fla. R. Civ. P. 1.140(b). "It is plaintiff's prerogative to initially select the venue in accordance with the applicable venue statute; the burden of pleading and proving that venue is improper is upon the defendant." Eth-Wha, Inc. v. Blankenship, 483 So. 2d 872, 873 (Fla. 2d DCA 1986); see also Sheffield Steel Prods. v. Powell Bros., 385 So.2d 161 (Fla. 5th DCA 1980); Perry Building Systems v. Hayes & Bates, Inc., 361 So.2d 443 (Fla. 1st DCA 1978); Velez v. Mell D. Leonard & Associates, 338 So.2d 896 (Fla. 2d DCA 1976). The defense must negate all possibilities that the venue laid is correct and give sufficient facts so the plaintiff can determine the proper venue. B & F of Clearwater, Inc. v. Wesley Constr. Co., 237 So. 2d 790, 792 (Fla. 2d DCA 1970) (citing Permenter v. Bank of Green Cove Springs, 136 So.2d 377, 379 (Fla. 1st DCA 1962)). If conflicting facts are presented by the parties concerning the whether the proper venue has been alleged by plaintiff, the issue should be tried at an evidentiary hearing. Permenter, 136 So.2d at 379-80.

Venue is governed by general statutes, e.g., Fla. Stat. § 47.011, except when the Florida Legislature has provided otherwise. Special venue statutes control in the situations to which they are applicable. See City of St. Petersburg v. Earle, 109 So.2d 388 (2d DCA 1959).

  1. Florida's Statutory Venue Choices for Defamation Actions

Florida has a specific statute that governs choice of venue in defamation actions. See Fla. Stat. § 770.05 (2011) ("No person shall have more than one choice of venue for damages for libel or slander, invasion of privacy, or any other tort founded upon any single publication . . . ."). This statute limits actions arising out of a single publication or single cause of action to four choices of venue: (1) where the allegedly defamatory material was first published; (2) the county or counties where the publisher has an office used for conducting business; (3) where the publisher keeps an office for distribution; or (4) where the cause of action came into existence. Perdue v. Miami Herald Publishing Co., 291 So.2d 604, 607 (Fla. 1974). None of the foregoing four choices include where the defendant maintains a residence, or where he claims a homestead property tax exemption.

  1. Proffer of Business Records Under Fla. Stat. § 90.803(6)

Plaintiff took issue with Dr. Sánchez's testimony that his article, "Perennial Pursuit of Justice," was first read in California, claiming that his testimony concerning the IP address that first accessed the article was double hearsay. Hearsay is defined by Florida statute as "a statement, other than one made by the declarant while testifying at the trial or hearing, offered in evidence to prove the truth of the matter asserted." Fla. Stat. § 90.801 (2011). Hearsay is inadmissible, unless there exists an exception to the general rule that permits it. Id. § 90.802.

Records of a regularly conducted activity can be admitted as evidence, even where they constitute out-of-court statements. Id. § 90.803(6). In order to rely upon them as evidence, the party seeking to admit records of a regularly conduct activity must lay the proper foundation to authenticate such records. Id. § 90.902(11). Authentication of business records can be achieved by certification of the records' custodian that the proffered records: (1) were made at or near the time of the occurrence of the matters set forth by, or from information transmitted by, a person having knowledge of those matters; (2) were kept in the course of the regularly conducted activity; and (3) were made as a regular practice in the course of the regularly conducted activity. Id.

Dr. Sánchez has submitted certified business records into the record in this action that show the IP addresses of each internet user who read his online newspaper on the date his article, "Perennial Pursuit of Justice," appeared on the newspaper's front page. Further, Dr. Sánchez has requested that this Court take judicial notice of the fact that one IP address in particular, 64.255.180.84, corresponds to an internet user located in Mountain View, California.

  1. Verified Facts

By his signature below, Dr. Mario Sánchez verifies the accuracy of the following relevant facts to the best of his knowledge, which facts are consistent with the evidence that is currently in the record, and Plaintiff has not refuted the same with any evidence:

  1. Dr. Sánchez does not have an office for conducting the business of his online newspaper in Collier County.
  2. Dr. Sánchez does have an office for conducting the business of his online newspaper in Miami-Dade County.
  3. Dr. Sánchez does not keep an office for distribution of his online newspaper in Collier County.
  4. Dr. Sánchez does keep an office for distribution of his online newspaper in Miami-Dade County.
  5. Dr. Sánchez first made all statements concerning Plaintiff to Mike Mason by phone.
  6. During the phone conversations between Dr. Sánchez and Mike Mason concerning Plaintiff, Dr. Sánchez was in Miami-Dade County, Florida.
  7. During the phone conversations between Dr. Sánchez and Mike Mason concerning Plaintiff, Mike Mason was in Lee County, Florida.
  8. Statements made by Dr. Sánchez to Mike Mason concerning Plaintiff were not first made in Collier County, Florida.
  9. The article, "Perennial Pursuit of Justice," which is cited in Plaintiff's complaint, was first published at 3:09 p.m. on July 8, 2011, via Dr. Sánchez's online newspaper located at http://marcoislandblog.blogspot.com.
  10. Internet users regularly read Dr. Sánchez's online newspaper.
  11. Dr. Sánchez's online newspaper is regularly sent electronically to internet users who request it.
  12. Internet users request a copy of Dr. Sánchez's online newspaper by submitting the uniform resource locator ("URL") http://marcoislandblog.blogspot.com, via their web browser, to their internet service provider.
  13. Requests submitted by internet users for delivery of Dr. Sánchez's online newspaper are received by the internet server where the online newspaper is stored.
  14. The internet server that stores Dr. Sánchez's online newspaper is located in Santa Clara County, California.
  15. The internet server that stores Dr. Sánchez's online newspaper is not located in Collier County, Florida.
  16. Requests received from internet users seeking delivery of Dr. Sánchez's online newspaper include the IP address where each requesting user is located, which makes possible delivery of the online newspaper to the user's web browser. As such, IP addresses can be considered the digital equivalent of a shipping address written on an order form requesting delivery of a purchased good.
  17. Dr. Sánchez's online newspaper is regularly sent via the Internet to the IP addresses provided by each user who requests a copy.
  18. Dr. Sánchez's has knowledge that his online newspaper is sent to the IP address provided by each user who requests a copy.
  19. Transmission of Dr. Sánchez's online newspaper to requesting users is a regularly conducted activity.
  20. Dr. Sánchez records the IP addresses to which his online newspaper is sent at the time that each copy is transmitted.
  21. Dr. Sánchez records each IP address to which his online newspaper is sent in the course of transmitting his online newspaper to each user who request such transmission.
  22. It is Dr. Sánchez's regular practice to record the IP addresses to which his online newspaper is sent.
  23. The first request after publication of "Perennial Pursuit of Justice" for delivery of Dr. Sánchez's online newspaper was made at 6:00 p.m. on July 8, 2011.
  24. The article, "Perennial Pursuit of Justice," was first read at 6:00 p.m. on July 8, 2011.
  25. The user who first request for Dr. Sánchez's article, "Perennial Pursuit of Justice," provided an IP address located in Mountain View, California, as the place for delivery.
  26. Dr. Sánchez's article, "Perennial Pursuit of Justice," was first read in Mountain View, California.
  27. Dr. Sánchez's article, "Perennial Pursuit of Justice," was not first read in Collier County, Florida.
  28. Dr. Sánchez's August 19th email, which is cited in Plaintiff's complaint, was not drafted in in Collier County, Florida.
  29. Dr. Sánchez's August 19th email was drafted in Miami-Dade County, Florida.
  30. Dr. Sánchez's August 19th email was not sent from Collier County, Florida.
  31. Dr. Sánchez's August 19th email was sent from Miami-Dade County, Florida.
  32. Dr. Sánchez's August 19th email was first read at or before 11:15 a.m.
  33. Dr. Sánchez's August 19th email was not first read in Collier County, Florida.
  34. Argument

Plaintiff has chosen the wrong venue for his claims and has attempted to co-opt this Court in his error. Plaintiff has proceeded under Florida's general venue statute, Section 47.011, for a defamation action, which is undeniably improper. If this were a contract dispute, or a negligence case, Dr. Sánchez does not dispute that the choice of venue based on where Defendant maintains a residence would be appropriate. See Fla. Stat. § 47.011 (2011) ("Actions shall be brought only in the county where the defendant resides, where the cause of action accrued, or where the property in litigation is located.").

Where Dr. Sánchez claims a homestead may be relevant to this Court's jurisdiction over him, or the subject matter of this action, neither of which has been disputed – jurisdiction is the power to determine a cause of action. However, not every place where jurisdiction exists over a defendant can serve as the proper venue for claims against him. Venue, unlike jurisdiction, is the geographical place where the cause of action can be determined. McGowin v. McGowin, 165 So. 274 (Fla. 1936); Deeb, Inc. v. Board of Public Instruction of Columbia County, 196 So.2d 22 (Fla. 2d DCA 1967). In defamation actions, residence of the defendant is irrelevant to the question of which geographical place is proper for determining the cause of action. See Fla. Stat. § 770.05 (2011) ("No person shall have more than one choice of venue for damages for libel or slander, invasion of privacy, or any other tort founded upon any single publication . . . .").

As interpreted by the Florida Supreme Court, the "single publication rule" limits actions for defamation. In particular, Plaintiff can only maintain an action against Dr. Sánchez for an allegedly defamatory publication in the county where the defamation was completed. In practical terms, this means that Plaintiff has only four options for venue with respect to each alleged defamation: (1) where the allegedly defamatory material was first published; (2) the county or counties where the publisher has an office used for conducting business; (3) where the publisher keeps an office for distribution; or (4) where the cause of action came into existence. Perdue v. Miami Herald Publishing Co., 291 So.2d 604, 607 (Fla. 1974).

Dr. Sánchez has now submitted record evidence that negatives Collier County as the venue for all defamations alleged by Plaintiff:

Alleged Defamation 

Statutory Venue Choice 

County Established on Record 

Statements to Fox 4 news reporter

(1) where the allegedly defamatory material was first published;

Lee County, Florida

 

(2) the county or counties where the publisher has an office used for conducting business; 

Miami-Dade County, Florida

 

(3) where the publisher keeps an office for distribution; or

Miami-Dade County, Florida

 

(4) where the cause of action came into existence. 

Lee County, Florida

"Perennial Pursuit of Justice" article

(1) where the allegedly defamatory material was first published; 

Santa Clara County, California

 

(2) the county or counties where the publisher has an office used for conducting business; 

Miami-Dade, Florida

 

(3) where the publisher keeps an office for distribution; or 

Miami-Dade, Florida

 

(4) where the cause of action came into existence. 

Miami-Dade, Florida

August 19th Email 

(1) where the allegedly defamatory material was first published; 

Transylvania County, North Carolina 

 

(2) the county or counties where the publisher has an office used for conducting business; 

Miami-Dade, Florida 

 

(3) where the publisher keeps an office for distribution; or

Miami-Dade, Florida 

 

(4) where the cause of action came into existence. 

Miami-Dade, Florida 


 

It bears mentioning that Plaintiff's non-defamation claims – Count III (Tortious Interference with a Business Relationship) and Count IV (Injunctive Relief) – cannot be maintained on their own, as both stand or fall on the validity of Plaintiff's defamation claims, which are not properly brought in this venue. See Ovadia v. Bloom, 756 So. 2d 137, 141 (Fla. 3d DCA 2000) ("[T]he single publication/single action rule does not permit multiple actions to be maintained when they arise from the same publication upon which a failed defamation claim is based."); and Orlando Sports Stadium, Inc. v. Sentinel Star Co., 316 So. 2d 607, 609 (Fla. 4th DCA 1975) (same).

  1. Conclusion

Having provided evidence that shows that Collier County, Florida, does not satisfy any of the available choices for Plaintiff's claims, Dr. Sánchez has now shifted the burden onto Plaintiff to present evidence to the contrary. Should Plaintiff succeed in providing contradictory evidence, this matter should be properly resolved by evidentiary hearing.

WHEREFORE, Defendant MARIO SÁNCHEZ respectfully moves for reconsideration of the Court's Order executed on December 20, 2011, which found in pertinent part that "venue is proper in Collier County, Florida."

2 Comments:

  • Dr. Sanchez, judging from the number of posted comments it appears that no one cares about the fate of your court case. I am not a tree hugger so I could not care less about the merit of your original cause and present position, but the injustice of your treatment has moved me to respond.

    Rony Joel was a sneaky character who deserves being brought to justice. But I believe that the City Manager who hired him and allowed him to ride roughshod over the city council should also be brought to justice. And since the buck stops at the top the city council should also be held accountable for Mr. Joel's misdeeds.

    I am prepared to help you financially in your legal pursuit, as best I can, provided you pursue action against the chain of command that allowed Mr. Joel to function in defiance of the law.

    The criminal action of Mr. Joel was possible because the city manager and the city council were negligent, or complicit, in enabling him.

    One more comment, where are the rest of this Island's brain dead citizens in rallying to your defense?

    H. Sarlo

    By Anonymous Humphrey Sarlo, at Sunday, January 08, 2012 11:58:00 AM  

  • thank you for your comment. my goal with the asbestos and illegal pumping was to bring down the criminal syndicate - obviously i failed. at least i exposed them ...

    they sued me through their stooge as payback for exposing their crimes.

    also true that the council under the direction of the syndicate was responsible for and cover for joel. its called plausible deniability: joel said the council approved his work; the council blamed joel for directing the work. in the meantime the syndicate is pulling the strings to get that sewer system in at the expense of house owners (not homeowners) so the restaurants and the hotels can continue with the crap.

    and you raise a good question: where are the people that were allegedly supporters? they could care less - they cared when the criminal syndicate was dumping toxic effluent and releasing lethal gas around their house, but now, they could care less.

    i could really use your and anyone's help. i've set up a legal defense fund so if you can i would be forever grateful..

    By Anonymous dr. mario sanchez, at Sunday, January 08, 2012 1:26:00 PM  

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