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Mindoutpsyde Presents' EXPEDITION July 4-6th Eastern IA

PookztA
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Posted : Jul 8, 2008 00:58
Now, the PSY STAGE!
The first set of the weekend was Banjankri! Where did this guy come from?! Hardcore supporter and trance-dancer first, and now a DJ, this man really has a fresh and much-needed energy that is rather rare in a scene filled with dark zombie-trance! Dark is great, and its even better when someone that spins dark can also spin morning, but to hear someone get up there for their first time and drop an amazing, high energy, beautifully melodic set as if they had done it in front of a Psyowa audience a million times, was purely pleasing! Blake is one of the most hardcore supporters the Midwest has, and trust me, if you donít know him yet, you will. For just his first public DJ set, he did a great job getting people fired up for not only the night, but the weekend! Such a great job, not only with beat matching, but with track selection, progression, and flow as well. Not to mention the awesome (Indian?) shirt he had on, it made his set a spiritual one even though the sun was still setting! Thanks for starting your set late due to set up Blake, you will have more opportunities I assure you. Agent Hurt, provided a high-energy, fun-loving stage presence, which i truly enjoyed! He really helped keep things going early on in the weekend, getting into the music, dancing while mixing, and just enjoying himself while behind the decks. Not to take away from the set, but i feel you tend to spin quite dark for the time slot given, and it'd be great if there has been better flow from Banjankri into Agent Hurts onslaught. Regardless, we Psychonauts can endure dark at anytime of the day, and it was a pleasure to dance for Agent Hurts set. Great technical skills, nearly flawless mixing, great job overall! Next was Aktif, who I only was able to catch the first 15 minutes of due to me having to work the door. Great set as usual friend, representing MOP proudly, did a good job of picking up where Agent Hurt left off and taking the dance floor to unknown realms! Proud that you are part of this bro! Ekimskrid took command of the decks next, making his first peak-time slot appearance at a MOP event. Boy did this warrior come through, laying down one of the most perfectly progressing and well-mixed sets of the entire weekend (IMO). Great diverse track selection which kept the darkness interesting and stimulating, and great energy dancing behind the decks! This guy is simply awesome, and its so great to have been throttled by him at such an appropriate time. Good set bro Primordial Ooze was next, and i was only able to catch the first half hour of their set because I worked the door again (picked up someoneís shift). Their set was POWERFUL! Iím not sure if they are touching up old tracks or simply creating new ones very rapidly, but this set seemed to have even more power than the last time i saw them play! The bass lines were sharp and deep, the highs were crisp and well placed, and when everything came together, it felt as an eruption inside my mind. I danced very hard for the first half hour, and then sadly retreated to the front desk for door duty. Great set boys! Yidam came back to visit us all the way from India, and I have never got to hear him spin dark before. Amazing track selection from this man, it was the equivalent of Dark Goa for me, with very powerful bass lines. Despite the intensity of the darkness, his tracks still kept these mysterious and mystical melodies behind the beats, instilling a feeling of happiness and joy inside of me despite the aggressive nature of dark psy. It was one of the most BEAUTIFUL dark sets i have heard in a long time, and it was not robotic or monotonous in anyway. Very good stuff for the time slot given my friend, Great set! Medisin played at 5am, and I wish we had put him on earlier in the night, as his music remained quite intense all the way through sunrise. It was some very dark and powerful stuff, and I admit that I should have danced more for this talented man's set. Unfortunately, my legs felt broke, and the darkness of the music did not motivate me enough to get over my laziness. This man has got talent, making some of his own beats, and incorporating beats from others as well, and it was a pleasure to sit around the camp fire just listening to the pounding frequencies of Medisin. Great set, and very fun tracks once the sun came up! I even heard a Tales of the Crypt melody in one of the tracks, which i had to give him props on. Cool set bro! Vaxination and Fatty acid ended up doing separate 1 hour sets instead of a 2 hour tag, and both of them tore it up. Fatty acid continued where Medisin left off, laying down some lighter, morning neuro-trance. It still was dark, but it was groovier dark, and it was fun to jump around on the dance floor for this guy. His tallness, his dreads, and his smiling, fun loving attitude really makes him special. It makes me want to dance harder and longer, to show the Arkansasians (is that a word?) that I can keep up with them Vax did a great job of bringing a little more melody into his set, and although I was sitting by the fire, I was thoroughly enjoying the mixing. Very solid mixing from this cat, showing he puts lots of time into mastering beat matching. Great set to follow after FattyAcid my friend!Damon's Goa set was amazing. Seeing as it came after a night of darkness, numerous people were asking me "what kind of psy is this." I had to explain to them what Goa was, and why it was so beautiful, and I thank you Damon for bringing light to the main stage in such a powerful way. We didnít have true morning-psy before your set, so the Goa was truly the light bringer of the morning! Unfortunately i missed the rest of the sets for the morning as I had to work the door, play a 12pm set, and eat in between... forgive me St.Dizco, Nate, and bTsunami, i will catch you boys in the future!
As for the break in music: Necessary, but requires filler activities. We (Mindoutpsyde), or someone that would like to step up and take charge, really need to organize Workshops in a more official and solid way. It would be great to have a workshop line up posted before the event, so people know when they are responsible to conduct their workshops and such. I apologize for not getting more involved with it this time, but now that we have our first 3day under our belt, I will be able to branch out my efforts more for the next one. Apologies to Saeros and the rest of the Midwest for not following through with the great idea of the 5:30 Main stage gathering. One thing that caused this was the time. I did not sleep at all until 2pm, even though i had been up since 9am (thatís almost 30 hours of being awake), and was unable to organize support or gather enthusiastic individuals to gather. We will pick a more appropriate time to do this at the next event, maybe by not starting the music til 7pm or so, and we can pick specific speakers to lead the discussion, which will best promote others to jump into the conversation. It is a great idea and will be implemented in the future. Thanks for the idea!Scatter did a great job of firing up the dance floor for Saturday night. He was our only melody to start Saturday off, and damn was it good. Goa-like melodies on top of POWERFUL, DEEP bass lines. What more can you ask for when you have powerful Psy that still retains melody, beauty, and rejuvenating qualities!? Great set to start the night bro! We need you and Geal to do a tag at some event soon! I got to catch a bit of Fatty Acids set, which was great again. More intelligent dark tracks from this guy, very unique and crazy sound! Good stuff!

(end Part 3)

          Abrahm
Spreading Psytrance and Love in the Midwest USA

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PookztA
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Posted : Jul 8, 2008 00:59
ThePsyntist is the man! I've seen many people wear a lab coat while they perform, but this guy makes it work on a whole new level. His humble appearance and constant smile makes you wonder, WHAT is he thinking!? The whole time, super sonic frequencies are just flying out of the speakers, as he just smiles at you from behind the decks. Very fun to dance for this guy, especially when he dropped the Penta track Not to mention his amazing girlfriend Sara, who stomps harder than many Psyowans stomped this whole weekend. Together they are a team, and seeing him play while she was dancing really made me feel like i could NOT leave the dance floor. Great set man! Symbiotic did a great job of continuing to represent Sacred Sound's crew from Missouri. Great mixing, and ohhh such dark tracks! 3Dimensional sounds, packed full of layers, just EXPLODING out of the speakers! Awesome time dancing for him, and he did a great job of progressing from the Psyentist into Trevor and Myself. Awesome set bro! Trevor (Alien Audience) did a great job of working with me on our tag set and making sure that I did not go too light, and a great job listening to make sure he did not go too dark. We worked together on the set before the event, and Trevor did a great job of staying true to his own style and message with the set, while still compromising with me so that we fit together well. A great person that is rapidly evolving in our scene, Trevor almost has an Arkansas-Psy-veteran appearance to him. He looks like a smaller, more sinister version of Vaxination (if anyone noticed), and its awesome to have his energy and enthusiasm directed towards providing others in the Midwest with quality Psytrance events and music. Love u bro! Vampyromorpha took the cake of the dark acts of the weekend in my opinion. Not by much, because there were so many good ones, but simply because this guys set fucking ROCKED. Right when people might be thinking that the dark is getting monotonous, or right when one might think that the zombie trance is truly turning us into zombies, this man BLEW ME AWAY. Crunchy, Crispy, Robotic dark goodness. Precise mixing and beat matching, amazing track selection, and awesome stage appearance! He seemed so quiet and calm behind the decks, it was hard to believe he was creating such ferocity on the dance floor. Amazing set man, and special props for playing that Kerosene Club track towards the end of your set! Karmakanik was a special surprise, as his set was powerful and fun rather than dark and menacing as i had wrongly expected. Powerful beats which kept the vibe going and a fun and pleasant energy while behind the decks combined to make quite the dance floor experience. I am not sure if you were chugging Mountain Dew before your set bro, but i saw you leave the decks unattended at least 3 or 4 times to urinate just outside the main stage. Although nothing is wrong with urination, it would have helped keep the dance floor strong during the entirety of your set if you had stayed behind the decks more consistently throughout your set. If anyone is getting tired, they might see the vacant decks as an opportunity to leave the dance floor without letting the DJ down. My point: Your set was amazing and loved, but it would have been EVEN BETTER if you had controlled your bladder more to keep the crowd in it throughout the entirety of your set. Aside from that, i loved the music bro, great technical skills, great personality, and great energy! Collision came through with a great morning set at 6am! Usually he plays much nastier stuff, but he adjusted his style appropriately for the time he played. Seeing as the sun was rising, Collision moved into more melodic and tweaky Psy, which perfectly progressed from where Karmakanik had left off. Great mixing as well bro!
Airyck came through with such an amazing morning set to fire up the morning dance floor! During his set, the dance floor reached its peak of the entire weekend. It was packed and hot in there, but oh so amazing! Cosmic melodies which healed our minds and bodies as they resonated within us! Anyone who gave up and went home early at this point did not get the true message of the event. To see the light, you must survive the dark, and if you CAN, then you are treated to one of the most exhilarating, rejuvenating dance floor experiences you could ever imagine... and all of it started with Airyck. Bless you my brother! So glad i know you Machi- The same to you! Your choice in playing more gentle morning, rather than just progressive, really helped you flow perfectly from Airyck into your own awesome style. Beautiful melodies, steady bass lines, and flawless mixing, really helped carry the dance floor further and further into the morning. Such rejuvenating stuff man, great set!bKT also did an excellent job of reading the crowd in the morning. As Machi finished with progressive, it was up in the air for what she could spin, and she hit the head on the nail. Her tracks werenít dark, but tweaky and fun! They had beautiful melody to them, but not too much melody that the music became cheesy in any sense. She did a great job of keeping the dance floor going with great energy and mixing. One thing that i notice is that KT was rarely seen at the party until she played! Although rest is necessary, it does not require too much time, and your fans would love to dance WITH you as well as FOR you in the future, so please commit to the dance floor more often! We love you and Igor! Great set, way to keep the dance floor alive in the morning! Energon - OMFG. OMFG. OMFG. Why we had waited so long to book him, now i know why. So we could get our MINDS BLOWN for the last set of the day. BEAUTIFUL, ON POINT, ABSOLUTELY FLAWLESS MIXING, BRILLIANT and BEAUTIFUL MELODIES, POWERFULL BASSLINES, INTELLIGENT SAMPLES, should I continue... No, its probably not necessary. Lets just say that you really sealed the deal for me bro... on top of doing Deco, laying down amazing chill, and then bringing the heat to the main stage while maintaining beauty and grace with your music, it was AMAZING to stomp for you as the last set of the event. you are amazing, and so is Carli! Sunday morning took the cake of the whole event for me... there was plenty of good night time tunes over the course of the whole weekend, but in all honesty, unless both the night AND morning are good, people donít get the full picture... and trust me, after Sunday morning, whoever stayed to dance, got that picture. Amazing music from everyone, amazing flow and progression / regression of sounds, amazing fucking weekend. Thank you all! One final special thanks goes to JUSTIN who provided the sound system. We have been dealing with a sound guy in Iowa over the past who is greedy and not understanding of the intentions of our events, and Justin came through HUGE with an amazing sound system for this weekend. All of our eyes are thanking you my brother, without that sound, the music is nothing. Thanks for your help, your energy, your support, and your love! Hope you will help us again in the future!
In ConclusionÖ
Everyone: I am blessed to know you all. I am blessed that I am surrounded by such an intelligent and motivating community. I am blessed to be part of the family and tribe that is Mindoutpsyde, which extends throughout the Midwest, and is reaching out to the rest of the nation. We are trying to provide people with a place for self discovery, especially those new folks who are just waiting for the opportunity to try something new and break their routine. Thank you countless times for your continual support, your increasing involvement in the events, and most importantly, for bringing your totally UNIQUE and UNMATCHED angles of perception to Iowa again and again. Each and everyone of us has been raised differently, and has had different experiences in life, which have shaped our perceptions, identities (egos), and morals over time, and when all of our unique personalities come together, we create something truly UNIQUE. This is why events can keep getting better and better, because each time, there is a new and unique combination of already unique people coming together to share their energy, stories, attitudes, and knowledge, all while being united by super-stimulating sonic frequencies! Thank you so much for being unique, open minded, positive individuals, and I cannot wait to host you all again so that we can share in more memories, and life changing experiences.


(end Part 4)

BOOOOOM SHANKAR!
          Abrahm
Spreading Psytrance and Love in the Midwest USA

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paradigm
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Posted : Jul 8, 2008 01:57
so very glad to hear this event was a success, and a stellar weekend.

Great knowing that MOP has a secure outdoor local....

Im looking fwd to dancing with you guys there soon enough           
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karmakanik
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Posted : Jul 10, 2008 17:35
i had an awesome time in iowa this past weekend. it was immediately clear to me that the mindoutpsyde crew brings a lot of passion and resourcefulness to their endeavors. it was great seeing so many new people with such fresh positive energy. i met people from iowa, illinois, indiana, minnesota, missouri, arkansas, and numerous other locales. definitely gave me a great feeling about the midwest psy scene

musically i enjoyed many of the sets i heard, some of the highlights were airyck's stunning morning set, primordial ooze, collision, vampyromorpha, abrahm and alien audience, vaxination and fatty acid, kt, and medisin's full power sunrise saturday morning

in the chillout i really liked kaiser soze's slowed down oozy goodness, toki's microhouse grooves, and jj's set sprinkled throughout with some "classics"

i was fortunate enough to meet the venue owners allen and ashley (i think that was her name), two of the nicest people you will ever meet. despite hosting a large psychedelic gathering on their property, they were very accommodating and helpful the entire time.

overall the event had a very fun family campout kind of vibe. i hope this is but the start of many great things to come

a huge thank you to chris and the rest of the mindoutpsyde crew for throwing a great party and having me out to be a part of it. also big thanks to igor and kt for their generous hospitality.

i took a bunch of pix which i've posted here:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/orbicles/sets/72157606054925659/

until the next one..............
_Collision_
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Posted : Jul 11, 2008 03:25
hello all! and sorry for such a late review. Mine wont be as big as abes as he said alot, but here are a few things Smiley

-This scene rocks! seriously, everytime i start to wonder about humanity i come to one of these events and meet the most amazing, enlightened, awareness-infused individuals that truly makes me feel connected Smiley I have the greatest conversations and hear heightened concepts and ideas about everything that matters around us. I also experience mass amounts of energy through dancing and good vibes from everyone, including attendees, artists and pretty much anyone that gets involved. Its great to know how appreciative everyone else is as well! We will keep doing these events as much as possible and with the help that so many have put forth it makes it possible Smiley

some thanks I would really like to give: Ashley and Allen, thank you soo much for the land and the amazing vibes. Plus all the hard work with food prep, keeping people out of your house and being very understanding with all of us. It means the world to alot of people. Energon and Carli, thank you soo much for setting up deco, the amazing sets and being just all around great people. Your work is so beautiful. Sacred Sounds crew, thanks for all your hard work on deco for the mainstage. it was wayy good. Esoteric Gen/Arkansas crew, you are all great to have around, please come every chance you get! Your energy is unparalleled, your vibes and company embracing, and your thoughts and ideas incredibly intelligent. Justin the sound guy, wow! you did so much man!!!! seriously, thank you for everything! Please keep coming back, your work is appreciated immensely by all! Tobias, thanks for the sound system, its very appreciated that you drove so far and Im sorry I missed you sunday morning. Next time we'll handle that better. The boys we flew in Karmakanik, Kent, Jeff and JJ: you are all great people and I had a great time working with you all. Next time hopefully things will be bigger so we can be more hospitable. Thanks for all the great sets and amazing vibes. Alan and Dakota, thanks for bringing the gen even though we didnt end up using it. that meant alot and i appreciate such hard work. All the people that worked the door, thanks! My compadres Nick, Abe, Trevor, Mike, Jessica, Blake, Mallory, thanks!! you all put in your share and I really really appreciate it. I love you all Smiley Smokers Den, thanks for setting up shop and helping us out a bit. We would love to work with you in the future. Tyler, thanks for setting alot of this up.. it also meant a lot. Cliff, amazing art and costumes bro!!! please bring those back Smiley Scott and Gor, thanks for getting everyone here. we'll set up a better routine for the next one, i promise! And to anyone else I forgot, thanks for all of your help!! Smiley it makes this all possible

Onto the sets:
Everyone was great, I wish I could have been on the dancefloor more to be honest, but I will next time Smiley we will have the whole area level so dont worry about dumps or divots anymore! My favorite of the weekend was Karmakanik, great stuff man!! I loved every minute of it. Its weird how I love the SA stuff the best by far and didnt notice alot of what he played but loved it! I wonder if the same thing goes if he listens to one of my SA sets? hehe great great mixing and good vibin behind the decks Pat. Vampyromorpha was way good too. His dark style yet still filled with energy kept me infused for most of his set. I danced alot between these two sets. Great stuff man! I look forward to working with you again soon Smiley Medisin was also way good. I heard most of it from nearby but loved his unique style. Your live stuff was great man! keep up the good work! Yidam, it was great to see you play a darker style set Smiley Im so used to your chill that it made your welcoming home perfect as I feel like I got to see alot of you throughout friday night Smiley Machi, I love your style and your presence, you are a highlight always bro! keep up the good work and make sure you keep coming to Iowa! The Iowa boys, woohooey hot damn! I never have to doubt they amazing sets these guys blast out Smiley The Arkansas boys tore it up too! i heard most of it from my tent unfortunately but it all sounded awesome. Vax and Fatty Acid get better everytime I see them. straight superstars!!! Sacred Sounds crew, same thing in the sense that I heard most of it from might tent Sad but it sounded stellar! Next time I will try to be on the dancefloor 24/7! we are hiring professionals to do door so we dont have to deal with it much Smiley Smiley Smiley

What a great event, and most of all, WHAT A GRRRREEEEEAAAATTTTTTT SUNDAY MORNING!!! WWOOOWWW. GO PSYOWA! 5-10am had to be the biggest the dancefloor was all weekend! and the energy was soo great. I couldnt believe it... well yeah i could, this is iowa Smiley Just you all wait until the next one when we have all the kinks worked out: more promotion time plus school back in session for full attendance of about 100 more, a flattened dancefloor to ensure maximum stomping potential, and other things worked out (more camping area, cooler temperatures, daytime water activities, even better porta-potty setup with daily cleaning, larger deco setup, and... oh yeah, the insane lineup)

Overall, this party blew my mind!! thanks again everyone. I had an amazing time to say the least. And now onto the next one! UNCHARTED TERRITORY SEPT 5-7 MINDOUTPSYDE.COM

oh yeah, and great pics Pat!
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Yidam
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Posted : Jul 12, 2008 02:05
<back to earth> thank you Mindoutpsyde for an absolutely brilliant weekend. A year later and it's very apparent how much more psyowa is evolving.

We drove during the perfect sunset on Friday evening to be greeted by a totally psychedelified farmhouse. The barn reminded me of one of the very first stomps we had up in Wisconsin... amazing tapestries especially those 2 canvases hanging on the DJ side of the barn. The chillout setting was perfect... stage off the patio, the audience chilling on the grass... one lone couch and a view of the neverending brown fields. couldn't ask for more!

the sound setups were super crisp... nice warm thumping bass in the barn.

primordial ooze was definitely the highlight of friday night. liquid basslines, the whackiest jazziest leads, super upper percussive work, production sounding better than ever ... all in all probably one the most unique nighttime lives set to be experienced.

sat-night -> sun-morning was probably the most successful mainstage progression to date. Vampyromorpha set the mood with a flawless mix of east european night sounds... the floor turned into an absolute freakfest and just went full power all the way. Were were spinning chillout that sunrise but those few minutes stolen to check out the main stage left me gaping. karmakanik brought on the morning with the cream of the south african psytrance vibe... twisted beautiful psychedelic sunrise! collision and airyck pushed the power well into the day exploding till we made our way back to earth sounds.

the alternate stage was an alternate reality. Anita & Phils set was sublime... ethno into the ultimae sounds. Very well balanced. lots of progressive, electro, glitch being spun on stage too... so much so that it was like a mushroom mash up of all genres that wern't psytrance. worked very well imo... burning manishque. Got to hear a bit of both Primordial Ooze and Medicin. Tripped out insectoid circus acts. hehe great fun getting warped to.

All in all, t'was a perfect Iowan weekend on the farm. Big thanks to the owners of the land for hosting us hooligans. Thanks to Abe & Chris for the oppertunity to come back and play both stages. Playing on the main stage was a big deal for me and the kind of test ground you can't prepare for. Inspired and totally directed to perfecting the emotions of neo-goa trance. Again thank you to the rest of the mindoutpsyde crew for doing what you do. The constant movement of this organisation is really what the youth needs as an opening ground to something larger than life. Can already see metamorphosis taking place.

And my midwest brothers and sisters. Nomoshkar! Was like a long lost dream relived to be back there with you all. Coming back after a while really showed me how much a part of the midwest psytrance family I'll always be. Alvidah for now ... meet you all on same plane again soon.

~boOM~


acidity
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Posted : Jul 15, 2008 08:01
Finally, I am back in town to write a review

First of all, my sincerest apologies to be not in my best dancing self at the party. I almost stood for first 1.5 days due to back pain caused by recent tattoo work on my back. It was my stupidity to get it done one day before the party. Mistake wont happen next time.

Now to the review, what a FUN-FUCKING-FANTASTIC party. Personally, the best moment was Collison and Airyck set when the whole crowd just converged on the dancefloor to enjoy the morning. This is what I love - people getting down to some serious morning. The energy was so great that all my back-pain went off and I just danced from 3AM-10AM without any break.

The evolution of crowd to stay put in the morning reminded me of the quote that I saw on FattyAcid laptop:

"If evolution is outlawed, only outlaws will evolve".

Great morning, great energy, great vibe, great GOA spirit.

Musically, everybody was good in both chill and main stage. Admittedly, it was little dark on first morning but Karmkanik, Collision, Airyck, Machi, KT and last but not least Energon with his magnificent morning set pretty much wiped of the first morning disappointment. Other notable sets were Yidam and Vampyarmorpha. Yidam with his never heard before Russian power and Vampyarmorpha with the darkest set I have heard in NA. Great job.

Hope this morning power continues till "Unchartered Territory". See you all there.

Last but not least - thank you all for coming and making the event so great. I love you all.           Discover.Vote.Share() - http://www.beamto.us
acidity
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Posted : Jul 17, 2008 08:08
Finally got the three of hours today to aggregate and upload videos and images.

45+ pages of pictures (thanks to Jessica, Karmakanik, Kristi, Radim and myself): http://www.mindoutpsyde.com/gallery/Expedition/

5 videos (Sunday morning): http://mindoutpsyde.com/videos/Expedition/

Videos also available at Youtube and Facebook under my account: http://www.youtube.com/user/psykidellic           Discover.Vote.Share() - http://www.beamto.us
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