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Jan
2005

Coronation farce deepens - These Companies gave Money for Bush's Innauguration

Citizen’s Oath
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CODEPINK crashes the inauguration
//omega.twoday.net/stories/488816/

The Inauguration of Royalty and the Sycophantic Media
//omega.twoday.net/stories/484672/

REAL PEOPLE who went to the Inauguration
//omega.twoday.net/stories/483452/

Tens of thousands protest the Inauguration of George W. Bush
//omega.twoday.net/stories/483568/

Inaugural Protests in Many Cities
//omega.twoday.net/stories/483959/

Big Companies' Inauguration Donations Raise Eyebrows
//www.commondreams.org/headlines05/0117-03.htm

Rev. Moon “funnels” $250,000 for Bush inaugural bash
//omega.twoday.net/stories/479092/

Impeachment and the inauguration
//omega.twoday.net/stories/477827/

Turn Your Back on Bush in two days
//twoday.net/static/omega/files/turn_your_back_on_bush_in_two_days.htm

It's going to be very different from past inaugurals
//www.unknownnews.org/05011811nosuddenmovements.html

Friends, Americans, countrymen, send me your cheers
//omega.twoday.net/stories/480080/

America the beautiful ... America the ugly
//omega.twoday.net/stories/479037/

Homeless Services Adjust to Closings
//omega.twoday.net/stories/480084/

None so blind
//omega.twoday.net/stories/479048/

Protest Signs ALLOWED On Inaugural Parade Route
//omega.twoday.net/stories/479617/

Coronation of Corruption
//207.44.245.159/article7761.htm

Coronation of Corruption: Lifestyles of the Rich and Heartle
//disc.server.com/discussion.cgi?id=149495;article=74548;show_parent=1

AMERICA - THE FATHERLAND
//disc.server.com/discussion.cgi?id=149495;article=74552;show_parent=1
//disc.server.com/discussion.cgi?id=149495;article=74554;show_parent=1
//disc.server.com/Indices/149495.html

Inauguration 2005, the Eve of Destruction
//omega.twoday.net/stories/481175/

World fears inauguration
//omega.twoday.net/stories/481200/

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The coronation farce deepens

by Bob Smith

No Force, No Fraud

01/13/05

Not only is this going to be the most expensive inauguration in history, but the administration has refused, for the first time, to reimburse the District of Columbia for their extra costs, suggesting that they instead take $11.9 million away from their homeland security money. That money had been earmarked for minor things like increasing hospital capacity, equipping firefighters with protective gear and building transit system command centers. The better-late-than-never word from the administration is that they're not going to spend any more money. After spending everything they could get their hands on, or assign to the magical deficit, it's now time to stop? Not to stop SPENDING, be assured, but to rather just spend the money of other folks instead...

//babelogue.citypages.com:8080/bsmith/2005/01/13


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

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Corporate donors line up for inaugural :

President Bush wants to lower barriers to building nuclear power plants, and the lobby that promotes nuclear energy could not be happier. To show its thanks, the group has given $100,000 to help pay for his inauguration.

//www.concordmonitor.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050113/REPOSITORY/501130372/1013/NEWS03

//snipurl.com/c0s0


From Information Clearing House



List of cash supporters of the coronation...
From tbrnews.org

Cash Supporters of the Imperial Bush Coronation Festivities

GMAC Horsham, PA $100,000

Exxon Mobil Corporation Washington, DC $250,000

Kojaian Ventures, LLC Bloomfield Hill, MI $250,000

Nuclear Energy Institute Washington, DC $100,000

Occidental Petroleum Corporation Los Angeles, CA $250,000

S. Davis Phillips High Point, NC $250,000

Al Hoffman, Jr. Fort Myers, FL $100,000

Rooney Holdings, Inc. Tulsa, OK $250,000

Altria Corporate Services, Inc. New York, NY $250,000

Tom Benson Metairie, LA $50,000

Bensco, Inc. Metairie, LA $100,000

Benson Football Metaire, LA $100,000

Sallie Mae, Inc. Reston, VA $250,000

Stephens Group, Inc. Little Rock, AR $250,000

United Technologies Hartford, CT $250,000

Elliott Broidy Los Angeles, CA $250,000

Dwight C. Schar McLean, VA $100,000

International Paper Memphis, TN $100,000

Nancy and Jeffrey Marcus Dallas, TX $100,000

JM Family Enterprises, Inc. Deerfield Beach, FL $25,000

Susan and Michael Dell Austin, TX $250,000

Southern Company Atlanta, GA $250,000

Boone Pickens Dallas, TX $250,000

Northrop Grumman Los Angeles, CA $100,000

Nancy and Rich Kinder Houston, TX $250,000

American Bankers Association Washington, DC $25,000

Bill G. Hartley Tyler, TX $25,000

Corporate Capital, LLC New Orleans, LA $250,000

Independent Community Bankers of America Washington, DC $100,000

Union Pacific Corporation Washington, DC $100,000

Argent Mortgage Company Orange, CA $250,000

Ameriquest Capital Corporation Orange, CA $250,000

Long Beach Acceptance Corp. Paramus, NJ $250,000

Town and Country Credit Irvine, CA $250,000

Waite, Schneider, Bayless et al, LPA Cincinnati, OH $10,000

Andrew C. Taylor St. Louis, MO $100,000

Ilene L. Flaum and David M. Flaum Rochester, NY $100,000

John W. Childs Boston, MA $100,000

Thomas F. Petway, III Jacksonville, FL $100,000

Pilot Corporation Knoxville, TN $50,000

James A. Haslam, II Knoxville, TN $50,000

CheveronTexaco Concord, CA $250,000

Golden Eagle Industries, Inc. Charlotte, NC $250,000

Linger Longer Development Co. Greensboro, GA $100,000

Qualcomm Incorporated San Diego, CA $100,000

The Boeing Company Arlington, VA $100,000

Bradford M. Freeman Los Angeles, CA $100,000

Frank Baxter Los Angeles, CA $100,000

Lawrence Auriana Greenwich, CT $100,000

Cherie and Robin Arkley Eureka, CA $100,000

Valhi, Inc. Dallas, TX $100,000

National Association of Home Builders Washington, DC $250,000

AFLAC, Incorporated Columbus, GA $100,000

Marc S. Goldman Hoboken, NJ $100,000

Robert Frank Pence McLean, VA $100,000

Matthew R. Simmons Houston, TX $100,000

Alexander F. Treadwell Westport, NY $100,000

The Coca Cola Company Washington, DC $100,000

Marriott International, Inc. Washington, DC $250,000

Marriott Vacation Club International Washington, DC $250,000

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, LLC Chevy Chase, MD $250,000

ServiceMaster Memphis, TN $25,000

The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. New York, NY $100,000

Duane Acklie Lincoln, NE $100,000

Hunt Consolidated, Inc. Dallas, TX $250,000

Ned L. Siegel Boca Raton, FL $100,000

UST Inc. Greenwich, CT $250,000

Well Care Health Plans, Inc. Tampa, FL $100,000

SBC Communications, Inc. Washington, DC $100,000

Cove Partners, LLC Santa Monica, CA $100,000

KB Home Los Angeles, CA $100,000

Peabody Holding Company, Inc. St. Louis, MO $100,000

TC Management Partners IV, LLC Washington, DC $100,000

HSBC USA Inc. Mt. Prospect, IL $25,000

Office of the Commissioner of Baseball New York, NY $100,000

Michael W. Murphy El Dorado, AR $25,000

Sam & Marilyn Fox St. Louis, MO $100,000

The Home Depot Washington, DC $250,000

TRT Holdings Inc. Irving, TX $100,000

Benson Mineral Group, Inc. Denver, CO $100,000

BlueCross BlueShield of Florida, Inc. Jacksonville, FL $100,000

First Data Corporation Greenwood Village, CO $250,000

Waste Management Service Center Houston, TX $100,000

Ford Motor Company Dearborn, MI $250,000

Microsoft Corporation Redmond, WA $100,000

Kenneth J. Kies McLean, VA $25,000

National Association of Realtors Chicago, IL $50,000

J. Ronald Terwilliger Key Largo, FL $100,000

Sheldon G. Adelson Las Vegas, NV $250,000

Dr. Miriam Ochshorn Adelson Las Vegas, NV $250,000

Direct Supply, Inc. Milwaukee, WI $25,000

Time Warner New York, NY $250,000

New Century Mortgage Corporation Irvine, CA $100,000

Cinergy Corporation Cincinnati, OH $250,000

Carl H. Lindner Cincinnati, OH $250,000

Titus Electrical Contracting, Inc. Austin, TX $100,000

Retzer Resources, Inc. Greenville, MS $25,000

American Financial Cincinnati, OH $250,000

American Health Care Association Washington, DC $50,000

American Chemistry Council Arlington, VA $25,000

Frederick R. Meyer Dallas, TX $25,000

Hunter Engineering Company Bridgeton, MO $100,000

New Energy Corp. South Bend, IN $250,000

Intervest Construction, Inc. Daytona Beach, FL $100,000

William Earl Riggs Pleasantton, CA $100,000

Broadcast Music, Inc. Nashville, TN $25,000

Robert W. Johnson, IV New York, NY $100,000

William O. DeWitt, Jr. Cincinnati, OH $100,000

John L. Kemmerer, III Morristown, NJ $100,000

A.G. Spanos Stockton, CA $250,000

Beverly Enterprises, Inc. Fort Smith, AR $50,000

Computer Associates International, Inc. Islandia, NY $100,000

AT&T Washington, DC $250,000

MCI Ashburn ,VA $25,000

Pepsi-Cola Company Purchase, NY $100,000

Tyson Springdale AR $100,000

United Parcel Service Roswell, GA $250,000

Bank of America Corporation Charlotte, NC $250,000

Cove Partners, LLC Santa Monica, CA $25,000

Bristol-Myers Squibb Washington, DC $250,000

Lydian Asset Management $25,000

California Farm Bureau Federation Sacramento, CA $100,000

New Breed Corporate Services, Inc. Greensboro, NC $25,000

Rick J. Caruso $100,000

Oracle Corporation Rocklin, CA $225,000

Thomas F. Stephenson Atherton, CA $250,000

Strongbow Technologies, Corp. Burtonsville, MD $250,000


Informant: Marsha V. Hammond, PhD

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$ $ $ $ -- Please Forward Widely -- $ $ $ $

All dressed up, but don't want to go to a typical Inaugural Ball with George W. Bush and his "haves and have mores"?

The Billionaires For Bush Inaugural Committee invites you to their Re-Coronation Inaugural Ball!

Bigger, Larger, More Unchecked!
All the Excess, Twice the Greed!
Four More Years; Four More Wars!

Thursday, January 20th, 2005
8:30 PM - 2 AM

Platinum Nightclub, 915 F St. NW, Washington DC

Live Entertainment and DJs (details below)

//www.billionairesforbush.com/dc/ball.htm


As long as there are politicians to buy, jobs to outsource, golden parachutes to wear, workers to exploit, countries to invade, corporate welfare to collect, foreign oil to tap, and ice sculptures urinating Stoli... the Billionaires for Bush will be there, lobbying for the corporate elite.

The Billionaires for Bush have big plans for 2005 to energize, entertain, and work within the progressive coalition that developed during the election campaign.

So dry your tears, put on your tuxes and ballgowns and join us!
//www.billionairesforbush.com/dc/ball.htm

LOCATION:
Platinum Nightclub, 915 F St. NW, Washington DC
(at 10 th St., near Metro Center subway stop)

WHEN:
Thursday, January 20, From 8:30 PM until very, very late

ENTERTAINMENT:
The main floor will have performances by
* The Bobwhites -- Swinging Neo-Lounge
//homepage.mac.com/birdhousestudios/thebobwhites.htm
* Chopteeth -- Afro-funk big band //www.chopteeth.com
* Billionaires for Bush Follies
* The Real Dick Cheney -- //TheRealDickCheney.com/
The downstairs lounge will have DJ Bassam -- //www.djbassam.com/
and DJ Askari of NYC -- //www.groooovy.com/djs/askari/
spinning contemporary and classic dance music.

COST and TICKETS:
Varying Donor Levels from $20 to $1,000,000,000 are available.
For $100 or more, attend our exclusive catered VIP Reception.
Your support is crucial to the Billionaires for Bush goal of reframing Bush initiatives such as Brokerizing Social Security,
Repealing the Dynasty Tax, and our "Drain America First!"
Energy Policy. Please be as generous as possible.

GET ADVANCE TICKETS AT:
//www.billionairesforbush.com/dc/ball.htm
( Note: Volunteer opportunities and a limited number of scholarship tickets are available for the disowned billionaire; inquire care of: J20@BillionairesForBush.com )

DRESS:
Formal attire requested. Please come looking like a billion bucks with your own bling -- real and faux. Or we can billionairize you; at the door will be available top hats, tiaras, money-print ties, wads of bills, pearl necklaces, cigarette holders, and elbow length gloves (for a moderate price). (Exceptions for Texas oil barons, or those coming straight from office, yacht or country club. Please tie polo ponies out back.)

See photos from past balls:
//billionairesforbush.com/dc/ballsold.htm & //www.billionairesforbush.com/photos.php and
read about our ball during the Republican Convention:
//www.villagevoice.com/nyclife/0436,flylife,56560,15.html

Advice on billionaire attire and adopting a Billionaire name.
//billionairesforbush.com/diy_v2_ch1.php

OTHER BILLIONAIRE INAUGURAL ACTIVITIES:
Being a Billionaire is more than just going to balls, we also plan a variety of inaugural actions, including auctioning off Social Security: //billionairesforbush.com/dc/inaugural.htm

For additional information contact the Inaugural Committee at: J20@BillionairesForBush.com

Billionaires for Bush is a grassroots group that advocates for the rights and interests of people of absolutely fabulous wealth. The group was a finalist in MoveOn's Bush In 30 Seconds ad contest. With headquarters in New York City and 100 chapters nationwide, the tactical street actions of the Billionaires for Bush have generated earned media in more than 250 local, national, and international outlets in the past twelve months.

//www.billionairesforbush.com/dc/ball.htm

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Ivan Tital ivan.tital@billionairesforbush.com
D.C. Coordinator Billionaires for Bush
//www.billionairesforbush.com/dc/
A.K.A. Dr. Kenneth Mayer Ken_Mayer@comcast.net

The Billionaires Inaugural Ball: Thursday Jan. 20th
//www.billionairesforbush.com/dc/ball.htm


Please visit //www.counter-inaugural.org for up-to-date counter-inauguration planning.


Informant: ItalysBadBoy


Protesters Plan to Mark Bush Inauguration
//omega.twoday.net/stories/473229/

ImpeachBush movement at Jan. 20 inauguration
//omega.twoday.net/stories/473227/

Tamer Protests Expected for Second Inauguration
//www.commondreams.org/headlines05/0114-03.htm

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On January 20th, 2005, Millions of People around the World will protest the Inauguration of George W. Bush in one form or another. How will you make your voice heard? BushBlackOut.com is suggesting that you be heard through your silence by blacking out your website or blog for the day and displaying a short message of protest.

We have made some suggested images available that you can display in place of the normal content on your website Thursday, January 20th. Feel free to use any image or statement you find suitable for your protest, we just suggest that you make the background of your website Black and display a message of protest to show solidarity with other BushBlackOut protesters. Examples and more info at: //www.bushblackout.com/


"We must address the root causes of terrorism -- poverty, ignorance and injustice -- rather than responding to violence with violence." - from the Statement of the 5th Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates, 11/12/2004


Informant: Lourdes Leger

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Police State Inaguration for King Bush

Unprecedented Security & Cost for Bush's Second Inauguration
The secret service has banned poles supporting placards, the coffins some demonstrators had wanted to bring to symbolise the Iraqi war dead, and the crosses and American flags that the faithful had intended to wave.

A few square miles of central Washington will be transformed into an armed camp next week as the biggest security operation in the city's history is mounted for President Bush's inauguration. To protect them, 6,000 police officers, 2,500 soldiers and hundreds of secret service officers will flood the area around Capitol Hill and Pennsylvania Avenue, the route of the inaugural parade, scanning the expected 750,000-strong crowd of supporters and protesters. Air traffic into the city will be restricted, replaced by fighter jets and Black Hawk helicopters. The outgoing homeland security secretary, Tom Ridge, overseeing the last grand event of his career, promised it would be the most secure ceremony in history. "We're as prepared as possible to thwart any attempts at terrorism," he said. Troop carrying helicopters have been flying over Washington for days, but the security operation will begin in earnest on Tuesday when fireworks, parades and parties - costing a total of $40m (about
£21m) - begin. The government has not yet put a price on the security, but it will cost tens of millions more. There have been complaints from both ends of the political spectrum about civil liberty.

The secret service has banned anything that could conceal, or be used as, a weapon. That includes poles supporting placards, the coffins some demonstrators had wanted to bring to symbolise the Iraqi war dead, and the crosses and American flags that the faithful had intended to wave.

//www.infowars.com/articles/ps/inauguration_unprecidented_security.htm


In feudal societies, the serfs must always bow their heads and avoid eye contact with the royal family and their entourage as they pass by. This is exactly what is being implemented in America today with a heady Hegelian synthesis of fascism and communism. Bush is a "Communazi" puppet crown prince of the European/Babylonian Empire come to claim his throne.


Inauguration Performers Ordered NOT to look directly at Bush

The nation's 55th presidential inauguration, the first to be held since 9/11, will take place this month under perhaps the heaviest security of any in U.S. history. Dozens of federal and local law enforcement agencies and military commands are planning what they describe as the heaviest possible security. Virtually everyone who gets within eyesight of the president either during the Jan. 20 inauguration ceremony at the U.S. Capitol or the inaugural parade down Pennsylvania Avenue later in the day will first go through a metal detector or receive a body pat-down. Thousands of police officers and military personnel are being brought to Washington from around the country for the four-day event. Sharpshooters will be deployed on roofs, while bomb-sniffing dogs will work the streets. Electronic sensors will be used to detect chemical or biological weapons. Anti-abortion protesters have been warned to leave their crosses at home. Parade performers will have security escorts to the
bathroom, and they've been ordered not to look directly at President Bush or make any sudden movements while passing the reviewing stand. "It's going to be very different from past inaugurals," said Contricia Sellers-Ford, spokeswoman for the U.S. Capitol Police, which is responsible for the Capitol and grounds.

"A lot of the security differences will not be detected by the public - there will be a lot of behind the scenes implementation - but the public will definitely see more of a police presence."

//www.infowars.com/articles/ps/inauguration_performers_ordered_no_look_bush.htm


Ring of steel as Bush sworn in

A few square miles of central Washington will be transformed into an armed camp next week as the biggest security operation in the city's history is mounted for President Bush's inauguration. When Mr Bush and his vice-president, Dick Cheney, are sworn in for the second time on the steps of the Capitol building at midday on Thursday, the US government will be at its most vulnerable. Just about every member of the executive, Congress and the supreme court will be in the same place. To protect them, 6,000 police officers, 2,500 soldiers and hundreds of secret service officers will flood the area around Capitol Hill and Pennsylvania Avenue, the route of the inaugural parade, scanning the expected 750,000-strong crowd of supporters and protesters. Air traffic into the city will be restricted, replaced by fighter jets and Black Hawk helicopters. The outgoing homeland security secretary, Tom Ridge, overseeing the last grand event of his career, promised it would be the most secure ceremony in history.

"We're as prepared as possible to thwart any attempts at terrorism," he said. Troop carrying helicopters have been flying over Washington for days, but the security operation will begin in earnest on Tuesday when fireworks, parades and parties - costing a total of $40m (about £21m) - begin. The government has not yet put a price on the security, but it will cost tens of millions more.

//www.guardian.co.uk/usa/story/0,12271,1390087,00.html


Inaugural security draws on latest technologies

The nerve center for the most heavily guarded presidential inauguration in history will not be in Washington, where President Bush will take the oath of office, but 25 miles away in a futuristic command post in Northern Virginia. Inside a gleaming steel-and-marble complex, the Secret Service and 50 federal, state and local agencies will monitor action in the sky, on the ground and in the subway system. Giant plasma screens will beam in live video from helicopters and cameras at the U.S. Capitol, along the parade route and at other potential trouble spots. Officials will be able to track fighter jets patrolling the skies, call up three-dimensional maps of downtown, even project the plume of any chemical release.
One top police official likened the new facility to a set from the “Star Wars” movies. It is one of many signs that Bush’s second inauguration Jan. 20 will take security in Washington to a new level, using expertise and equipment developed after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

//www.infowars.com/articles/us/inauguration_high_tech_command_center.htm


Security at the inaugural will include 6,000 law enforcement personnel, Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said Tuesday.
Manuel Balce Ceneta, AP


Inaugural security will stretch from sky to underground

When President Bush raises his right hand to be sworn in to a second term at noon Jan. 20, he will be standing at the center of the most elaborate, expensive, visible — and invisible — security shroud ever put in place for a presidential inauguration. Fighter jets will be protecting the airspace over his head. Chemical, biological and radiological sensors will be set up in the subway system and in other, secret locations. Coast Guard boats will be running up and down the rivers. And at least 6,000 police officers — some of them heavily and conspicuously armed — will be patrolling the streets, searching ticket holders and onlookers and looking out for trouble from perches high and low.

Washington won't look like "downtown Baghdad" on Jan. 20, but security for the first presidential inauguration since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks will certainly be "noticeable," said Don Manuszewski of the Joint Force Headquarters-National Capital Region, the military organization responsible for protecting the city and surrounding counties.

//www.usatoday.com/news/washington/2005-01-11-inaugural-security_x.htm


From:
Aftermath News Top Stories -
January 16th, 2005

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Bush protesters rethink tactics
San Francisco Chronicle

01/16/05

To show their disgust with George W. Bush's re-election, on Inauguration Day, his opponents will turn their back on his motorcade, 'refuse to spend one dime,' black out their Web sites, stage mock jazz funerals, wear black armbands and stage demonstrations from Palo Alto to Atlanta. But four years of such Bush-bashing theatrics didn't produce a change in November. And with Republicans controlling Congress and the White House, some of the president's most vocal critics have spent the past two post-election months making plans on how to begin preaching beyond the choir box, starting Thursday. Bottom line: less emphasis on mass demonstrations -- which Bush famously dismissed as 'focus groups' -- and more on reaching out to Americans who oppose the war but haven't publicly shown it...

//tinyurl.com/5d9zc


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

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Lavish Bush Inaugural Stirs Debate and Protests
//www.truthout.org/docs_05/011705K.shtml

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Gauging the Worth of US Troops in Neocon Eyes

by Kim Petersen

Kim Petersen ruminates on American spending priorities and the "opulent outburst of vainglory" of the War administration: Bush's upcoming inauguration party is slated to cost $40 million, while American troops in Iraq lack adequate armor, and a new Census Bureau report finds more Americans slipping into poverty. Many die so a few can party?

//www.dissidentvoice.org/Jan05/Petersen0117.htm


From Axis of Evil to Exit Door for Weasels

by Ahmed Amr

In making the case for the war against Iraq, the Bush administration insisted that Iraq had WMDs and intimate relationships with Bin Laden. Two years and a billion dollars later -- the search is over and the president will stage his inauguration party with yet another dry hole on his hands. Bush can handle dry holes as well as any man. He already has a long history of losing other people’s money as a wildcatter in the Texas oil patch. . . .In any case, things have obviously turned out worse than the bleakest initial projections. We are now witnessing the end game. Which brings us to Iran -- a former founding member of the axis of evil -- now elevated to a partner in designing an exit strategy with the neocon weasels who orchestrated this war of choice....

//www.dissidentvoice.org/Jan05/Amr0117.htm
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