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97 minutes | Mar 18, 2020
Transitions, Fear, and Disappointment
Ok. Ok. We know this sounds realllllllly depressing, but it's not. It's encouraging and uplifting. I mean, we still know how to laugh and we still do it pretty often, so don't trip. In this episode, we talked with Dr. Brandon Hart of Legacy Health Chiropractic about why he went into chiropractic care, transitioning from Atlanta to Huntsville, and the fear that comes along with opening a new business. He tells us about how he and his wife, Rashida, work through challenges and obstacles together and how they keep the lines of communication open. It was dope. All that. Check it out. Make sure you stay and listen for our "What did I learn from Netflix" segment. Somebody help me find a friend like Martin Scorsese. If you want to learn more about Legacy Health, below are their links for Insta and FB: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/legacyhealthchiro/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Legacyhealthchiro
74 minutes | Nov 23, 2019
Big Ole Freak
Good Question. Maybe you can help us figure this out. We talked about the difference between recent women rappers and the ones from "back in our day". Is there a difference? Is Lei a prude? Are we just old now? I guess we'll find out. What else?? Uh, Netflix watches, our upcoming interview with our City Council President, Devyn Keith, and what news anchor personality we are. And if you're not a Megan Thee Stallion fan either, some other dope women rappers that we love. Thanks for listening, hit us up on social, and keep an eye out for our next group therapy.
84 minutes | Oct 23, 2019
Kanye’s Cancelled. Don’t @ us
This episode is Hella Late, BUUUTTTT, it is here. Carly was pretty sick and you can tell she was barely holding on to her voice for this episode. Our Hot Topic was Kanye West performing at Howard which turned into and became part of our conversation on Cancel Culture. What does it mean to cancel someone or something if two months, six months or even a year later they're not anymore?? Who's canceled and whose just on the naughty list? Did we cancel the right people? Who do you think should be canceled??
118 minutes | Sep 25, 2019
Flag on the Play: Relationship Red Flags
Unless something magical happens, this is our VERY LAST Black Girl Magic interview! We have enjoyed this so much and we've made so many new friends that are now family! There is no way to express the amount of gratitude we feel to everyone that sat down with us and shared. It was something that will stay with us forever. Last but not least... For our last interview, we have International Model, Author, CEO of KeLaChe' Ventures, and during the day, NASA employee, Kerri Davis. She came and shared a story with us that is very personal. In this interview, we discussed relationship red flags. We started with first dates, what are the red flags and what's just "annoying". How do you determine if the other person gets date #2? Then we took it a step further and got into the football analogies. What about the guy that does everything right and gets through your first line of defense? What does that relationship look like? Kerri was very open with her story and we hope it will help someone else that may be in the same situation. Now, for the fun stuff! Kerri's experience motivated her to become an Advocate for Domestic Violence Survivors. Every year she puts on a fundraiser for Crisis Services of North Alabama. This year that fundraiser is the Indigo Ambiance Fantastic Dreams Lingerie Fashion Show. She gives us all the info about what to expect, tickets, and this VIP situation! If you check out our FB or Instagram you'll even see an opportunity for you to win a couple of these tickets! A big THANK YOU to Sultry Boutique for sponsoring all the lingerie for this epic night of fashion! Links below for more info. Kerri Davis Facebook Instagram Twitter Crisis Services of North Alabama Website: https://www.csna.org/ Facebook Instagram Sultry Boutique Website: https://www.sultry-hsv.com/ Facebook Instagram Indigo Ambiance Event Page Facebook
111 minutes | Sep 18, 2019
Starting Over: Rebuilding after an Emotional Hurricane w/ Sharonda Grandberry
NEW NAME ALERT: We're the TRINITY. Because we're the trinity of water signs. MEANT.TO.BE. We've been waiting to do this interview since we started and it was so worth it. Sometimes, we think we can tell a person's story just by looking at them. We get so consumed with our story that we forget just because someone's smiling, doesn't mean they're not hurting, even though we do the very same thing every day. Like many of us, Sharonda's story is one of multiple rebuilds. Having to get back up, dust yourself off, and try again. She definitely doesn't look like what she's been through and we're so grateful she chose to share her story with us. Of course, we still managed to have some laughs. FashionfirebrandSharondaGrandberryisafreshparadigmshiftwho’sdefiningbeautyand success on her own terms. A multi-talented force in modeling, style, and entrepreneurship, Sharonda is a dedicated advocate of helping women, particularly mothers, to breathe passion, confidence, and sophistication into their everyday looks and lives. With years of personal development and military experience in the United States Army at the helm, the Alabama-native’s motivation for lending her purpose to women all over the globe is based on the United States Army acronym LDRSHIP: loyalty, duty, respect, service, honor, integrity, and personal courage. Committed to her purpose, Sharonda’s voice of empowerment and style led her to the runway as a plus model. Modeling in markets like Cuba, Atlanta, North Carolina, New York, Florida, and Jamaica, Sharonda has quickly made a name for herself as a powerhouse on and off the runway. In 2016, she was named a Curvy and Fabulous model by RHOA star Cynthia Bailey, was crowned Miss Alabama Black Expo in 2017 and landed in the top eight for Finding Ashley, presented by fashion retailer Ashley Stewart in 2018. Just recently, Sharonda was announced as the 2019 Face of Queen Size Magazine and winner of the Salute to Military contest, honoring soldiers that served their country and continue to serve their community. Most recently, Sharonda was featured in InStyle Magazine as a personality that drives NYFW forward toward a more size-inclusive future. Her philanthropic efforts consist of programs and events that focus on giving back to families and children. The thread that connects Sharonda’s work is driven by her passion to connect women with the wisdom and tools needed to unlock their unlimited potential, love themselves unconditionally, and live their very best lives. Though her passion, Sharonda’s love for her lifework cannot compare to her greatest joy: her family. A wife and mother of three, Sharonda’s focus has always been to wake up every morning with the determination to make an impact on her family and her community. Her impact is perfectly illustrated in a passage from her book, Diary of a Ready Woman, “To survive without living isn’t survival at all but to survive and live again shows a resilience that’s undeniably a mystery of our faith."
85 minutes | Sep 11, 2019
I Just Took a DNA Test...
You know the rest! Lizzo's VMA performance was a moment of pure magic. It meant more to us than we could have ever imagined. We even realized some things about ourselves that we didn't know. There were some demons hiding that reared their ugly heads, but thanks to LIzzo, we're learning to put them back in their place. Since we didn't have a guest this week, we did some Hot Topics and it got HOT. But, back to the good stuff. We just wanna say: Lizzo if you hear this, you're always welcome on Let Me Tell You Something! Enjoy and thanks for listening!
74 minutes | Aug 28, 2019
Black Girl Joy: Some of Our Favorite Things
We talked all the things that make us happy and just make our spirits feel joyful. We were being hella silly, making hella jokes and practiced some new laughs. We got some feel good stories and some songs. Lei's birthday story is pretty hilarious! You'll even get to hear our "It's Officially Summer Song" It's the beeeeeeessssstttt! We don't have much to say about this one except, WE HOPE IT MAKES YOU FEEL JOYFUL!
66 minutes | Aug 27, 2019
5 Points Blok Party
So, yeah...I mean NBD or anything, but we did get asked to record and interview at the 5 Points Blok Party. It was at Lowe Mill and it was DOPE! We had some bomb ass curry chicken from Mangoes, saw some old friends, met some new ones, and just loved every minute of it. Our friend, Kisha Freed, was there with Word-Xpress (Spelled it right this time, Kisha). If you haven't listened to her interview, go back and check it out. Shout out to Rick & Angela Bradshaw who put together this amazing festival. Thanks for the invite!! Now to the interviews: Our first interview is with Marvinia of Martinizing Dry Cleaning. Located in Huntsville & Madison, Martinizing is the Uber of dry cleaning and not only do they dry clean, fluff and fold; they'll even pick it up for you! You can find locations, schedule pickups and more with the App (Martinizing). You can also check out the website: www.martinizing.com Our second interview starts at 16:15 and is with Rashida Hart of Legacy Health Chiropractic. Rashida's husband, Brandon, is the Chiropractor and she runs the day to day operations. They are the definition of a Dream Team! Listen to her interview and make an appointment! Links below and we promise you'll love them! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Legacyhealthchiro/ Instagram :https://www.instagram.com/legacyhealthchiro/ Our third interview starts at 43:01 with SinClair and local singer-songwriter who killed her performance at the Blok Party. She was beautiful inside and out and we loved hearing her discuss the depth in her music. She has two EP's and you can find it on Apple Music. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/officialsinclairmusic/ Our fourth and final interview starts at 57:08 with Mizzle Money and Rayed R, two local rappers that doing major things all over the area. We liked their style and loved that they are friends that have been in this together for a minute. They were cool and we had a good time talking, laughing and guessing what their signs are! Facebook: Rayed R: https://www.facebook.com/RayedRDTR/ Mizzle Money: https://www.facebook.com/MizzleMoney256/ Instagram: Rayed R:https://www.instagram.com/rayedr_dtr/ Mizzle Money: https://www.instagram.com/mizzlemoney256/ Check them out! Thanks again 5 Points Blok Party (https://www.facebook.com/5pointsblokparty/) (https://www.instagram.com/5pointsblok/) and stay tuned to see and hear LMTYS at even more events!!
127 minutes | Aug 14, 2019
Stay in Your Lane! w/ Victoria Jones
Yeah, we got crazy with the driving metaphors, but how could we not?? Way too much opportunity! Anyway, our topic for this episode is "Staying in Your Lane". We're breaking down what "stay in your lane" means for ourselves, times when we were all cris-crossing out of lanes and how that worked out, and what it means to master your own gifts. This episode should illuminate to you and to us, how to find your lane and how to live happily in it! Our guest for this episode is Victoria Jones, a local singer songwriter and a just all around cool person. Her bio and social media links are below, so check her out and FOLLOW!! Huntsville Singer/Songwriter Victoria Jones is a soulful blend of neo-soul, pop, and R&B. She began writing music at the age of fifteen. Inspired by life, people and the world around her, Victoria Jones seeks to write music that speaks to everyday life and convey this simple truth: "We are all going through a process. Our dreams, our work, our life and the boldness in which we lead, all amount to Love-- the laying down of ourselves to edify someone else.” Instagram: v_c_j Facebook: Victoria Jones Music Website: www.victoriajones.co
86 minutes | Aug 8, 2019
We love the show Grown-ish and after Carly attended a workshop last week for Gen Z(THANK YOU, ERIN!), she came back with a question that came up: How do you know when you're grown? There is a differing of opinions on this one; Lei thinks it's once you can pay your own bills, Carly thinks it's that and life experience, and Mo didn't really have an opinion. While we may have differing opinions on what it means, there are some things we can agree on...like the fact that if someone had told us some of these things our journey to grown would've have probably been a lot easier. We cover some hot topics like "Lion King" (RAWR), dodgeball, and VOTING!! Enjoy and let us know on Insta or Facebook the pieces of advice that have or are helping you get GROWN! We hope this helps our Gen Z'ers and anyone else that may need it. We're giving you 30+ pieces of advice on Self, Relationships, and Career. Quite a few of these we've had to learn the hard way. Remember to FOCUS!
78 minutes | Jul 17, 2019
Get Yo Tribe! w/ Leah Karin (Pt. 2 of 2)
Welcome to Part 2 of our interview with Leah Karin, Da Hood Doula! This episode is titled: "GET YO TRIBE!" We’ve said this before on this show when asking someone to come collect their people from acting a fool, but today we mean it in a different way. This episode is about how to find your tribe. Most of our listeners are well into adulthood, which means they understand the struggle of finding and maintaining solid friendships. The struggle is real for introverts dressed up as extroverts. And today, our guest of honor, is going to help us send out the right energy to connect with the right people. Leah Karin is a health enthusiast. And, just like many things in her life, she approaches healthcare from an "outside of the box" practice. Combining her training as a doula and personal trainer with being a mental health advocate and mentor, Karin assists clients on their journey to finding their own spiritual, mental, and physical breakthroughs. She brings a warm energy to every room enters through her vulnerability, honesty, and personal testimony. Leah Karin has successfully found a way to brand her "sunshine" energy, thus creating a people-centered business built on positivity and providing overwhelming support. This Huntsville native, by way of Chicago, is a sage-smudgin, sister circle lovin', eclectic creative womb warrior with a giant smile, colorful bouquet of flowers growing out of her mind, and an open heart. Leah Karin also wants it to be known that her most precious assignment yet is being responsible for raising two beautiful daughters (currently 10 and 22 months) into two beautiful women who will love themselves wholly. For more info on Leah, find her on the social media below: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leah.karin.5 Instagram Business: https://www.instagram.com/dahooddoula/ Instagram Personal: https://www.instagram.com/0_eclectic_soul_0/
60 minutes | Jul 17, 2019
Da Hood Doula, Leah Karin (Pt. 1 of 2)
Leah Karin is a health enthusiast. And, just like many things in her life, she approaches healthcare from an "outside of the box" practice. Combining her training as a Doula and personal trainer with being a mental health advocate and mentor, Karin assists clients on their journey to finding their own spiritual, mental, and physical breakthroughs. She brings a warm energy to every room enters through her vulnerability, honesty, and personal testimony. Leah Karin has successfully found a way to brand her "sunshine" energy, thus creating a people-centered business built on positivity and providing overwhelming support. This Huntsville native, by way of Chicago, is a sage-smudgin, sister circle lovin', eclectic creative womb warrior with a giant smile, colorful bouquet of flowers growing out of her mind, and an open heart. Leah Karin also wants it to be known that her most precious assignment yet is being responsible for raising two beautiful daughters (currently 10 and 22 months) into two beautiful women who will love themselves wholly. In this episode, Leah sits down with us to discuss what a Doula is, the importance of Doula's in the African American community, and her fitness journey. She is an honest and open spirit with an enormous amount of passion behind everything she does and she lets nothing stop her. She said she was honored, but we are the ones who feel truly honored to have been in her presence. We decided to split this one into 2 episodes, because her story is such a great one that we had to reserve an hour just for that! So, we hope you enjoy Part 1 of this 2 part episode and if you'd like more information of Leah, you can find her at the links below: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leah.karin.5 Instagram Business Page: https://www.instagram.com/dahooddoula/ Instagram Personal Page: https://www.instagram.com/0_eclectic_soul_0/
110 minutes | Jul 4, 2019
Dr. Aisha Fields-International Director of AAPDEP & Owner of Zenzele Consignment
Happy Independence Day! And, just in time for the 4th, we had Dr. Aisha Fields, International Director of AAPDEP and Co-Owner of Zenzele Consignment, come to the podcast and talk about FREEDOM. So perfect, right? But, our talk was about the freedom of African People. Are we free? How will we know when we're free, and what does that freedom look like? Lei & Mo figured out what her role would be within the organization, but Carly's still deciding. This was such an informative conversation and Dr. Fields is doing AMAZING things for the community! She reminded us of our connection to the Africa and made us grateful to just be in her presence. We hope you enjoy this one, because we loved every second of recording it. Dr. Aisha Fields is an applied optical physicist and International Director of the All African People’s Development & Empowerment Project (AAPDEP). With membership and branches in West Africa and the United States, Aisha has helped to organize and coordinate AAPDEP’s community-based health care, agricultural and educational programs since the organization’s founding in 2007. Aisha helped to lead the charge to build Zenzele Consignment, AAPDEP’s first economic institution and fundraiser for its programs, currently serving as the store’s Manager and Director of Sales. An educator with more than 15 years of teaching experience, Aisha has worked extensively with African youth who have been pushed out of the public schools, teaching them math, science and life skills. Leading by example, Aisha believes firmly that as African people our skills do not belong to us as individuals, rather they belong to and must be used for the benefit of the suffering masses of African people around the world in our struggle for African freedom and self-determination. Want to learn more about Zenzele Consignment? Find them here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ZenzeleConsignment/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zenzele_consignment/
112 minutes | Jun 26, 2019
Checketh Thineself before Thy Wrecketh Thineself
DISCLAIMER: WE ARE DISCUSSING SEX, IT'S VERY SHORT (GOES FROM 51:30-58:30) IF IT MAKES YOU AS UNCOMFORTABLE AS IT MAKES LEI, BY ALL MEANS, SKIP OVER THAT PART! Now, for the real stuff: Hot Topic this week: BUT, DID YOU DIE THO? or "What the heck is going on in the Dominican Republic?" In this episode, we discuss Self-Awareness. In other words, Check ya self before you wreck ya self. In other words, "Am I Trippin?". We talk about what it means to each of us and some of our triggers. How self-awareness affects all our relationships and what happens when we're not self-aware. How to know if you're the janky friend with NO self-awareness and how to get some. Cause, guess what? You don't have to be a trash friend forever! We end with giving you some tips about how to become more self-aware and lighten that load. Come see us on July 10th @ 6pm at CoWorking Night, where we'll be having a round table discussion, also know as Group Therapy, on Self-Awareness. And we'll have stickers! Thanks for listening and hit us up on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter!
108 minutes | Jun 20, 2019
Vegan Chef Adyre Mason of The Veggie
This one is longer than normal, but, we PROMISE it is so worth it! While Lei's been to see Chef Adyre plenty of times, this is Carly & Mo's first time enjoying any of The Veggie's offerings! She brought muffins that Mo couldn't stop eating...haha. But, we can now officially say that we are ALL obsessed! Chef Adyre discusses the catalyst that pushed her to start living a healthier lifestyle and journey into entrepreneurship. She has a great story that you'll want to hear and she drops so many gems that will help anyone interested in becoming an entrepreneur, determine whether or not it's the right move for them. And of course, we had fun! We tried to guess her sign, she told us her favorite music to cook to and the weird show she loves on Netflix. We hope you enjoy it and let us know on Facebook or Instagram some of your favorite Netflix shows! Make sure you follow Chef Adyre and Eat the Veggie on Facebook and Instagram! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chefadyre/ // https://www.facebook.com/eattheveggie/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chefadyre/?hl=en // https://www.instagram.com/eattheveggie_/?hl=en Chef Adyre is a University of Alabama-Huntsville and George Washington University alum who decided to trade in her job as a Systems Engineer for a chef’s coat. When her mother passed away in early 2017, she decided to take the leap to fulfill their shared dream of entering the food industry. She honors her mother’s classic dishes by transforming them into modern vegan fare and using her diverse palette to create original dishes of her own. Chef Adyre began her journey to vegan in 2014 and over the next year and a half, she transitioned carefully to pescatarian, then vegetarian, and finally vegan. She believes in the power of healthy eating and most importantly, being an informed consumer. Her ultimate dream? To cook for Beyoncé.
73 minutes | Jun 11, 2019
Personal Branding: Are you walking the talk?
"It used to be called a reputation, now it's called a brand" - Carly Everyone has a brand, right? Whether it's intentional or not, there are things that people associate with each of us. The question we ask in this episode is, "What do you think your brand is and how do you make sure that's what people are getting?" We talk about each of our brands and how many times throughout our lives we've "rebranded". We also talk about how busy our weeks have been and a little about Carly's vacation! We hope you follow us on Facebook and/or Instagram and got a chance to peep our new logo! We're obsessed and it was created by 1/3 of this podcast, Lei! Isn't she talented y'all! If you haven't already, like our Facebook, Instagram, and please rate us on whatever platform you listen to us on! If you listened to our episode, you know at least two of us want ALL the feedback (haha)! We ready! On the next episode we talk about marriage and what Carly's dream marriage looks like (it's definitely unconvential)! Until next time!
95 minutes | Jun 5, 2019
Can I Offer You Some Feedback?
First and foremost, we have to introduce our new co-host: Ms. Monique Gaines! She's been added to the group as our third. We are now a throuple! We've agreed that there isn't a Beyonce in the group either. We've changed our format a little with our new addition and we now have a Hot Topics segment. In this episode, we discuss the abortion ban and Taco Bell's new RESORT!! Say what?! Now, as you know, we are avid Netflix watchers and this episode was inspired by Wine Country on Netflix. Carly had also gone to a workshop on Feedback, so it seemed that this topic was meant to be! We loved the idea of asking someone if we can offer them feedback instead of giving them unsolicited advice. No harm, no foul! They are definitely allowed to say no. So, we discuss all the different types of feedback (positive, negative, indifferent) the different relationships (significant others, parents, children, friends) and how each of us feels about it. Lei has even offered to fix your lives (if you need it) with just 3-4 easy steps! You can email her at Lei@letmetellyoupodcast.com. If you want to talk to Carly or Monique, send us a message at the emails below or hit us up on social media! HERE COMES THE FEEDBACK! Facebook: Let Me Tell You Something Instagram: letmetellupodcast Twitter: LMTYS_podcast Emails: Carly - carly@letmetellyoupodcast Monique - monique@letmetellyoupodcast
84 minutes | May 24, 2019
The #TweenieQueenie Monique Gaines
Our sister-friend, Monique Gaines, is the feature of our next episode in our #MagicInMay series. Monique Gaines is a petite plus-size model that is blazing the runway and representing for all women that find themselves as an “in between size”. She advocates that one size does not fit all, but ALL SIZES fit in fashion! Urging designers to think outside the mannequin, she is using her voice in fashion to raise the expectations we have when it comes to plus size and petite fashions. Born and raised in HSV, AL she began her modeling career in 2015. Modeling has transformed the way she feels in her body, and hopes to continue to inspire all people to fall in love with themselves. Once she discovered her own lane in fashion, the Universe opened many doors to traveling, networking with celebrities, and working with several designers and retailers. As a social media influencer, she is branded as the #TWEENIEQUEENIE and keeps her followers in the know on and off the runway. In addition to modeling, Monique brings her unique sense of flair as host/emcee to several annual events, fashion shows, and podcasts. The cherry on top of all that is she is a dedicated mother to a diva in training. ❤️ You can find more about Monique at: FB: Monique C. Gaines (plusmodelmonique) or Monique Gaines IG: PYTMO WEBSITE: www.moniquecgaines.com
61 minutes | May 6, 2019
Emotional Intelligence w/ Kisha Freed of Word X-press
On the first day of #MagicInMay, we present to you our first game changer, Kisha Freed from Word-Xpress, LLC. Kisha is the CEO and Found of Word-Xpress, LLC. She is a transformational speaker, writer, poet and workshop author and facilitator. Word-Xpress, LLC is a small business dedicated to cultivating emotional intelligence and leadership facilities in all people through educational arts programs and arts events. Founder, Kisha Freed, believes that all people are creative; and when this inherent creativity is acknowledged, great things happen in people's lives. In our first episode, we sit down with Kisha to discuss how creativity can assist the soul in healing deep wounds, develop stronger emotional intelligence, and keep us connected to the next generation. We walked away with an abundance of gems to share with y’all to add to your own crown. This episode will especially be useful to the “I don’t have a creative bone in body” people. You DO! Kisha will give you some tips on how to overcome that misconception so that you can fully tap into the richness of your potential! If you're interested in staying up to date on Kisha and Word X-Press, you can follow her on these platforms: Kisha's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wordxpress Word X-Press Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wordxpressllc/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wordxpress/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WordXpress4Us
66 minutes | Mar 10, 2019
When does Self-Care become Self-ish?
We had a crazy busy weekend in Selma last weekend and we were TIRED, but we definitely wanted to tell you guys all about it. Apparently, we definitely look like we're not from Selma and we sprinkled our #blackgirlmagic all over that place!! This weekend was spent recovering and resting (our Self-Care). SELF-CARE! SELF-CARE! SELF-CARE! We hear it everywhere and we can all agree that it's necessary, right? Well, the thing we're concerned about not hearing is balance. Self-care has the potential to become self-ish, so how do we know when that's happening and how can we stop it? We talk about the different types of self-care and spend a little extra time on some of them. We couldn't get to all of them (sad face), but we did get to some important ones. Link below for all 8 types of self-care and what they mean. Music: Myspace by kimengumi https://soundcloud.com/kimengumi Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/6eAZ-HAEdOs Buddha by Kontekst https://soundcloud.com/kontekstmusic Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/b6jK2t3lcRs Link to self-care information: www.habitsforwellbeing.com
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