My mom or my father, they were very naive, and so I was thrown into the streets in a certain way. It was more like a shock kind of thing: gross, disgusting shock. Women never turned me off. I mean, the smell of men, it makes me sick.
I n the early Sixties, the Santana family moved north to San Francisco. No way. The first time he came to America with his family, he sulked and was angry all the time. They fell out for a long time after that.
Eventually, after two weeks of his sulking, she gave him twenty dollars and told him he could go back to Tijuana. He got his old job back and was there another year before his mother and older brother came to get him. Put me in a car. This time he stayed. Went to junior high. Learned English. Driving round San Francisco, honoring my request to see the sights of his early years in America, he turns off Mission Street in the Mexican part of town and drives a couple of blocks.
In that house, seven kids shared two bedrooms. As we drive away, he tells me about the time when Tony came home from a party and needed to sleep before work the next morning. Carlos, his four sisters, his younger brother and his mother were watching a Dracula movie on TV. There were twenty minutes left when his brother turned the TV off. A scuffle broke out, and in the end Carlos hit his brother hard, hard enough to make his eye swell up.
That night the brothers slept, as always, in the same bed, and Carlos lay right on the edge, trying not to breathe, waiting for retaliation. But his brother did nothing. And when Carlos came home from school the next day, there was a new white Gibson Les Paul — the very guitar Carlos would play at Woodstock — and an amplifier.
His brother Tony was sitting there, a steak over his eye. We pass Mission High School. King and daydream of being onstage at the Fillmore. That was all he saw ahead of him. A bit of Donovan. We drive by San Francisco General Hospital. Again, Santana slows but never stops. He points up to a window. He spent three months in that room. It was the spring of Perhaps for good. At school, he tested positive for tuberculosis. In the hospital they treated him with penicillin, and after he developed an allergy, they shot all this streptomycin in his butt.
He graduated while he was in the hospital. A tutor would visit him. Friends would visit and deliver inappropriate party favors. It made him realize that this was no place for a young man with plans. They stopped the elevator between floors so that he could change, and he fled. Everyone was looking for him, a potential tuberculosis carrier on the loose: the police, the board of health, his mother.
U p the top of a rickety wooden ladder, Carlos Santana and I crawl into his church attic. This is where he keeps the T-shirts he wore onstage until recently: almost all brightly colored and almost all with a picture of at least one of his heroes on them. He has a couple of artists whom he keeps busy with commissions like this they also do his album artwork. He picks out one T-shirt as an example. A fter he left home, Carlos barely saw his parents for two years, though they came to see him opening for Steppenwolf and the Staple Singers at the Fillmore.
His mother told him that she felt so bad for the hippies, because they were so poor, they were sharing cigarettes. Instead of a guitar neck, it was playing with an electric snake. He took a lot of psychedelics in those days: LSD, mescaline, peyote, ayahuasca. It made me aware of splendor and rapture. The last time he did anything like that was when he took some mushrooms on a tour day off at Niagara Falls in He says he can imagine doing it again when his children are grown up.
Take something, go down to the beach. The band was deteriorating, and my friends who I grew up with were total strangers to me. We started sounding like crap. N eil Young is crankier than a hermit being stung by bees. He hates Spotify. He hates Facebook. He hates Apple. He hates Steve Jobs. He hates what digital technology is doing to music.
The dial thermometer at the far end of the porch indicated that it was now upward of degrees of some kind of heat. Maybe the dial was stuck. No one thinks that. It sounds like a rotating electric fan that someone bought at a hardware store.
No one in their right mind would choose to live in the canyons outside Los Angeles, especially in the summertime between noon and 5. After a few months of summer heat, the scrub on the mountainsides is baked dry. Then someone gets sloppy with a stray cigarette butt or a campfire or the power company fails to maintain a power line and a spark accelerates into a terrifying wildfire that sends up pillars of thick smoke that from a distance hovers over the canyons like an illustration from an old Bible.
News crews record burning mansions, which are intercut with the winsome llamas of the rich and famous that have been safely removed to Zuma Beach.
Stragglers are incinerated in their cars. The view was incredible, though. Young has been living up here on and off for decades. At one point, he owned more than 1, acres of much-coveted Malibu real estate, where movie producers and actors and billionaire tech tycoons build mansions with supersize swimming pools, grotesque advertisements of corruption and hubris, which are some of the major sins that Young rails against.
I enjoyed listening to Young rant on about the modern condition. We were vibing. He is passionately opposed to global warming, genetically modified seeds, corporate greed-heads who are despoiling Mother Nature and an assortment of other sinners who interfere with our God-given right to happiness. His ire this afternoon, directed through me and my notebook and my Sony digital recorder, was focused on the engineers of Silicon Valley, against whom he has been zealously waging war for decades.
It is doing something bad to our brains. The same goes for everything else that Silicon Valley produces, of course: the culture of digital everything, which is basically a load of toxic, mind-destroying crap. Young was no longer the righteous wandering hippie avatar of his early album covers.
He looked like a prosperous prairie farmer hogs or cows, some form of livestock minus the overalls. You can imagine Farmer Neil attending church every Sunday and preaching manic sermons from the pews. As we went back and forth about the dynamics of digital sound-compression and the general evil of big tech, Young got mad about his Facebook user agreement, which not even his high-priced lawyers can untangle.
He is passionate about music. The point of music, and of Young, is to make people feel less lonely. I was hoping to soothe the old rock star, who spoke to me through the headphones of my Sony Walkman at the moments I felt most isolated and alone. The last thing I wanted to do was make him feel bad. It felt awful. Knee injuries he received in college kept him from running the distances required by military standards.
Campaigned for Gerald Ford in the presidential election. In , after his battle with lung cancer, Wayne moved out of Hollywood to Newport Beach, where he lived until his death 14 years later.
His house was demolished after he died. During the early s Wayne traveled extensively to Panama. During this time, the star reportedly purchased the island of Taborcillo off the main coast of Panama. It was sold by his estate after his death and changed many hands before being opened as a tourist attraction. Lauren Bacall once recalled that while Wayne hardly knew her husband Humphrey Bogart at all, he was the first to send flowers and good wishes after Bogart was diagnosed with esophageal cancer in January Along with Humphrey Bogart , Wayne was regarded as the heaviest smoker in Hollywood, sustaining five packs of unfiltered Camels until his first battle with cancer in While recovering from losing his lung he began to chew tobacco, and then he started smoking cigars.
He lost the leading role in The Gunfighter to Gregory Peck because of his refusal to work for Columbia Pictures after Columbia chief Harry Cohn had mistreated him years before as a young contract player Cohn had heard a rumor, which turned out to be untrue, that Waynel was pursuing a young starlet that Cohn was already having an affair with, and had him blackballed among the other Hollywood studios.
When the Reno Chamber of Commerce named Peck the top western star for and presented him with the Silver Spurs award, an angry Wayne said, "Well, who the hell decided that you were the best cowboy of the year? Wayne also reportedly turned down the lead in "Twelve O'Clock High," which also became an iconic part for Peck. He was badly sunburnt while filming 3 Godfathers and was briefly hospitalized.
Robert Aldrich , then president of the Directors Guild of America, stated in support of awarding the Congressional Gold Medal to Wayne in "It is important for you to know that I am a registered Democrat and, to my knowledge, share none of the political views espoused by Duke.
However, whether he is ill- disposed or healthy, John Wayne is far beyond the normal political sharp-shooting in this community. Because of his courage, his dignity, his integrity, and because of his talents as an actor, his strength as a leader, his warmth as a human being throughout his illustrious career, he is entitled to a unique spot in our hearts and minds. In this industry, we often judge people, sometimes unfairly, by asking whether they have paid their dues.
John Wayne has paid his dues over and over, and I'm proud to consider him a friend, and am very much in favor of my Government recognizing in some important fashion the contribution that Mr. Wayne has made. He regarded Rio Bravo as the film marking his transition into middle age. At 51 Wayne was starting to get overweight and he believed he was too old to play the romantic lead any more. His last four movies since The Searchers had been unsuccessful, and he felt the only way to keep audiences coming was to revert to playing "John Wayne" in every film.
Broke his leg while filming Legend of the Lost The conservative residents admired Wayne so much that they named their international airport after him. It is about four miles from the cemetery where he is buried. He had intended to make a trilogy of films featuring the character Rooster Cogburn, but the third film was canceled after Rooster Cogburn proved to be only a moderate hit at the box office.
The third film was intended to be called "Sometime". In the mids Wayne was hired by Columbia Pictures to make several westerns for its "B" unit. Columbia chief Harry Cohn , a married man, soon got the idea that Wayne had made a pass at a Columbia starlet with whom Cohn was having an affair. When he confronted Wayne about it Wayne denied it, but Cohn called up executives at other studios and told them that Wayne would show up for work drunk, was a womanizer and a troublemaker and requested that they not hire him.
Wayne didn't work for several months afterward, and when he discovered what Cohn had done, he burst into Cohn's office at Columbia, grabbed him by the neck and threatened to kill him. After he cooled off he told Cohn that "as long as I live, I will never work one day for you or Columbia no matter how much you offer me. Even after Cohn died in , Wayne still refused to entertain any offers whatsoever from Columbia Pictures, including several that would have paid him more than a a million dollars.
Bought a foot yacht called "The Wild Goose" in Wayne agreed to make Circus World , a film he hated, just so he could sail the vessel to Europe. After undergoing major lung surgery in , Wayne would sometimes have to use an oxygen mask to breathe for the rest of his life. An oxygen tank was always kept in his trailer on locations. His breathing problems were particularly severe on airplanes, and while filming True Grit and Rooster Cogburn , due to the high altitude.
No photographs were allowed to be taken by the press of the veteran star breathing through an oxygen mask. Wayne duly took three lessons, but gave up when the teacher told him he had no talent. Voice actor Peter Cullen based the voice of his most famous character, heroic Autobot leader Optimus Prime from Transformers , on the voice of John Wayne.
He said, "If your bank is good enough for John Wayne, it's good enough for me. Actor and later California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger cited Wayne as a role model from his childhood. On Wednesday, January 25th, , he became the th star to put his hand and footprints outside of Grauman's Chinese Theatre. His Oscar win for True Grit was widely seen as more of a lifetime achievement award, since his performance had been criticized as over-the-top and hammy.
In his Reader's Digest article on Wayne from October , Ronald Reagan wrote that the award was both in recognition of his whole career, and to make up for him not receiving nominations for Red River , She Wore a Yellow Ribbon and The Searchers During his career his movies grossed an estimated half a billion dollars worldwide.
His fate in The Sea Chase is undetermined - he may have died when his ship sank, or he and Lana Turner may have made it to shore.
He very much wanted the role of Wild Bill Hickok in The Plainsman , which he felt certain would make him a star, but director Cecil B.
DeMille wanted Gary Cooper instead. Firstly, on acting, Wayne told him, "Talk low, talk slow, and don't talk too much. One time I was taking a piss when a guy next to me turned round and said, 'John Wayne! His first wife Josephine Alicia Saenz died of cancer in , at the age of Like Wayne, each man rose to fame playing men of heroic action.
Also, like Wayne, each man is a supporter of conservative causes and the Republican party, the exception being McQueen who, although a lifelong Republican, died in Gave Sammy Davis Jr. After leaving the stage, during 's Academy Awards ceremony, he was greeted by his old pal Sammy Davis Jr. Davis later told a friend he regretted hugging Wayne so hard in his fragile condition, but he was told that "Duke Wouldn't have missed that hug for anything" the idea of the pound Davis worrying about hugging him "too hard" was a sad commentary on Wayne's failing health.
Wayne was asked to be the running mate for Alabama Governor George Wallace , who was running for the US presidency on a segregationist ticket in , but Wayne vehemently rejected the offer and actively campaigned for Richard Nixon.
He addressed the Republican National Convention on its opening day in August His house has been torn down, but The Wild Goose sails on. It's now a tour boat offering dinner cruises to Wayne fans young and old alike. Originally a decommissioned Navy minesweeper, it was rebuilt and customized by Wayne as a yacht; the custom interior has polished wood almost everywhere you look.
It was there that in his later years he often entertained, hosting card games with his good friends Dean Martin , Sammy Davis Jr. Visited Stepin Fetchit in hospital in after the actor had suffered a stroke which ended his career. He considered Maureen O'Hara one of his best friends; over the years he was more open to her than anyone.
When asked about her he always replied, "The greatest guy I ever knew. Today she is considered by many to be his best leading lady; they starred in five films together. She referred to a wing in her home as the "John Wayne Wing". Although the building was later bought by Larry Flynt , the statue still stands at its original location. He appeared in at least one film for every year from , a record of 51 consecutive years. He did not act in a movie in , though both Brannigan and Rooster Cogburn were released in that year.
Aa a young man, Ethan Wayne was never allowed to leave the house without carrying cards that his father had autographed to hand out to fans. Wayne told Brooks that he thought the script was "funny as hell", but said it was "too dirty," and his fans would never accept him in the role.
He also said he would do anything he could to help him get the picture made, and be the first in line to see it when it came out.
In he was considered for the role of the sergeant in a film that director Samuel Fuller wanted to make about his war experiences, "The Big Red One". When the film was finally made in , The Big Red One , the role went to Lee Marvin after Fuller asked that Wayne be replaced so as not to overshadow his film's story. The two became friends and Spielberg offered the role of Gen. Stilwell to Wayne. He sent Wayne the script and got a call back the same day, criticizing Spielberg for making a film that Wayne felt was anti-American.
The two remained friends and never discussed the film again. Spielberg says that later on Wayne pitched him a script idea about a camel race in Morocco starring Wayne and long-time friend and co-star Maureen O'Hara. Spielberg says it sounded like a good idea. However, Wayne later passed away and the film was never made.
Longtime friend of Harry Morgan. Was the acting mentor to actor James Arness. When second wife Chata charged that Wayne had an affair with Gail Russell in their divorce proceedings, the actor countered that Conrad Hilton Jr. In response to the Californian senate voting against celebrating May 26 as "John Wayne Day" in , the state of Texas declared that it would celebrate "John Wayne Day". Through the 's studios proposed films about Patton, but Patton's family objected to such projects and objected to Wayne specifically.
In the mid 's he was director 'Michael Anderson''s choice to play Patton in a Columbia Pictures epic, "16th of December: The Battle of the Bulge", which had the blessing of Eisenhower and the Defence Department, but the project was abandoned after Warner Brothers appropriated the title Battle of the Bulge for a generic war film with Henry Fonda.
Finally Wayne was considered in the role for Patton ultimately played by George C. Scott , turning it down at one point, a decision he reportedly later regretted. Is portrayed by David James Elliott in Trumbo Shortly before he began filming Legend of the Lost Wayne was devastated when the US government sided with the Soviet Union during the Suez Crisis, and took no action in response to the Soviet invasion of Hungary.
Wayne believed Richard Nixon learned from the mistakes of November to correctly handle the Yom Kippur War in He also feared military service might end his career as he would be too old to be "an action-oriented leading man". This walk helped set Wayne apart from everyone else, and gave him more of an "edge" over other male actors of the day.
He appeared as a guest on the second episode of The Dean Martin Show In he publicly condemned Frank Sinatra for trying to make a film version of "The Execution of Private Slovik" to be written by the blacklisted screenwriter Albert Maltz.
Sinatra was forced to abandon the project after pressure from John F. Kennedy , whose presidential campaign he was actively supporting.
One of the referendum issues on the California ballot in the elections was a proposition that would have rigidly codified public obscenity laws, encouraging arrests of pornography peddlers.
Wayne, and nearly two thirds of California's voters, found the proposition repressive and untenable. In a radio commercial he told voters, "You don't get rid of a bad situation with a badly written law, or cut off a foot to cure a sore toe. He separated from his third wife Pilar in while he was filming The Green Berets However they did not publicly announce their separation until Plans to declare 26 May as John Wayne Day in California were rejected in April over allegedly racist comments the actor made in his May interview with "Playboy" magazine.
In a State Assembly vote several legislators objected to having a day commemorating his birthday due to his "disturbing views towards race". The resolution was lost by votes.
He paid a visit to Burt Lancaster on St. Croix in the U. Virgin Islands where they were filming The Island of Dr. Moreau He has appeared in seven movies that have been selected by the Library Of Congress for the National Film Registry as being "culturally, historically or aesthetically" significant.
He turned down the lead role in MacArthur that went to Gregory Peck. He was considered for Laurence Olivier 's role in The Betsy He wanted to star as Wild Bill Hickok in The Plainsman , as he was sure that it would make him a star. But Cecil B.
DeMille chose Gary Cooper instead. He turned down the cameo role of a cavalry officer in Around the World in 80 Days He was considered for Charlton Heston 's role in Planet of the Apes He was considered for Richard Widmark 's role in Death of a Gunfighter He was originally cast in Welcome to L. He was the original choice for the lead role in Vera Cruz that went to Gary Cooper.
He was offered the role of Sam Colton in Plainsman and the Lady , but he didn't like the script--and didn't want to work with Vera Ralston again--and refused it. It was then given to Bill Elliott. The role went to Tyrone Power. He was originally considered for Lee Marvin 's role in Monte Walsh He turned down Anthony Quinn 's role in Across th Street He was a vocal supporter of extending the Korean and Vietnam Wars, and invading eastern Europe to drive out the occupying Soviets.
He refused to make westerns outside the United States, even though many westerns were filmed in Italy and Spain, and later Israel.
Edward Asner accused him of being anti-Semitic when they made El Dorado He said he became a committed anti-Communist after reading about the Russian Revolution. Despite the cowboy characters he often played, he actually hated the outdoors. There were renewed calls to rename John Wayne Airport in California after controversial remarks from his infamous Playboy interview were highlighted by a Los Angeles Times opinion piece in February He agreed with Winston Churchill 's proposal to use atomic weapons on Moscow in unless the Soviets withdrew from eastern Europe.
One of Kurt Russell 's actor heroes since childhood. Kurt has an impressive and uncanny ability to imitate John Wayne's voice and demeanor. This was evident during one particular bar scene with Vanessa Ferlito 's character in Death Proof where his character Stuntman Mike says - 'You know how people say "you're okay in my book" or "in my book, that's no good"? Well, I actually have a book, and everybody I ever meet goes in this book, and now I've met you and you're going in the book.
Only I'm afraid I must file you under chicken shit'. According to the American Heroes Channel documentary series "Gunfighters" episode about Wyatt Earp "Wyatt Earp: The Tombstone Vendetta" , when the legendary lawman moved to Hollywood and worked as a technical consultant on the westerns of the silent era, he befriended a young John Wayne who was working as an extra and a crew member on movie sets.
He imparted to Wayne his wisdom about law enforcement and being a gunfighter which Wayne later used as inspiration for his later roles as a lawman or gunfighter. He was offered Michael Caine 's role in Beyond the Poseidon Adventure and expressed interest in the project, but changed his mind after reading the script. He was always mad at producer Herbert Yates of Republic Pictures having made him use Vera Ralston in The Fighting Kentuckian and said ' I think we lost the chance to have one damn fine picture'.
He got his way though in casting Oliver Hardy as Willie Payne for comic relief. He'd previously worked with Ollie on a charity tour of 'What Price Glory' and thought he'd be perfect as the food loving Kentuckian.
Ollie wasn't keen at first not wanting people to think that he and Stan had split up but when he mentioned it to Stan, who was ill with diabetes and unable to work, Stan said 'Babe just because I'm sick and can't work , there's no reason you shouldn't. Do it' So Ollie signed on, causing John to say to fellow cast member Paul Fix 'Nobody's gonna remember Vera in our film because all they're gonna remember is Oliver Hardy and me doing our comedy scenes.
The film did decent business and got good reviews with quite a few praising Oliver. He greatly admired General George S. Patton, despite being fully aware of the controversial general's extreme anti-Semitism. Despite being an all-American icon to many, Wayne held incredibly racist and homophobic views. In a interview with Playboy magazine, he stated among other things "I believe in white supremacy" and called Midnight Cowboy "a story about two fags".
He used the film Hondo as an introduction to the film business for his sons Michael, 18 at the time, and Patrick, almost Michael was apprentice to the assistant director, Bob Morrison, while Patrick assisted the property master, Joe La Bella,.
Oscar first came to the Hollywood scene in So did I. We're both a little weatherbeaten, but we're still here and plan to be around for a whole lot longer. When people say a John Wayne picture got bad reviews, I always wonder if they know it's a redundant sentence, but hell, I don't care.
People like my pictures and that's all that counts. Which means he was ugly, strong and had dignity. Get off your ass and join the Marines. I'm an American actor. I work with my clothes on. I have to. Riding a horse can be pretty tough on your legs and elsewheres. Our so-called stealing of this country from them was just a matter of survival. There were great numbers of people who needed new land, and the Indians were selfishly trying to keep it for themselves. It was as deliberate a projection as you'll ever see.
I figured I needed a gimmick, so I dreamed up the drawl, the squint and a way of moving meant to suggest that I wasn't looking for trouble but would just as soon throw a bottle at your head as not.
I practiced in front of a mirror. Communism is quite obviously still a threat. Yes, they are human beings, with a right to their point of view.
It's real hair. Of course, it's not mine, but it's real. I never had a goddamn artistic problem in my life, never, and I've worked with the best of them. John Ford isn't exactly a bum, is he? Yet he never gave me any manure about art.
He just made movies and that's what I do. I was overwhelmed by the feeling of friendship, comradeship, and brotherhood. DeMolay will always hold a deep spot in my heart. I made up my mind that I was going to play a real man to the best of my ability. I felt many of the western stars of the twenties and thirties were too goddamn perfect. They never drank or smoked. They never wanted to go to bed with a beautiful girl.
They never had a fight. A heavy might throw a chair at them, and they just looked surprised and didn't fight in this spirit. They were too goddamn sweet and pure to be dirty fighters. Well, I wanted to be a dirty fighter if that was the only way to fight back.
If someone throws a chair at you, hell, you pick up a chair and belt him right back. I was trying to play a man who gets dirty, who sweats sometimes, who enjoys kissing a gal he likes, who gets angry, who fights clean whenever possible but will fight dirty if he has to.
You could say I made the western hero a roughneck. I have a lust for her dignity. I look at her wonderfully classic face, and I see hidden in it a sense of humor that I love. I think of wonderful, exciting, decent things when I look at her. I stick to simple themes. No nuances. I stay away from psychoanalyst's couch scenes. The album came to be after Roger Waters became determined to keep the band together; as a result, he became responsible for most of the band's output for most of the s.
This, combined with his bandmates' escalating personal troubles that limited their ability to contribute, would end up resulting in Waters becoming more and more ironfisted in his leadership before culminating in the chaotic production of The Final Cut in and Waters' departure two years after. Infamously, Barrett showed up during the mixing of the album, and his abnormal behaviour and changed appearance brought Roger Waters and Richard Wright to tears.
Some reports actually place this event during sessions devoted to "Shine On You Crazy Diamond", the song explicitly paying tribute to Barrett, although recollections are hazy about specifically which songs were being worked on. On a somewhat more trivial but still interesting note, the album was one of the first fifty titles to be released on the Compact Disc format on October 1, Blur were originally called Seymour, but the record company didn't like it and drew up a list of new names, as did the group.
They almost went with 'The Shining Path! The band was originally called Seymour, named for a character from a series of short stories by George Orwell. When signed by their label they were informed that Seymour was a stupid name, so a list of potential names was drawn up. Out of all the names that Andy Ross and Dave Balfe suggested, they felt that was the best. Allegedly, they hated the name at first. They based their name on the "National Canadian Film Board" as they derive a great influence from the public-television type films that they produced.
Named after the Techno duo's childhood love of nature films, made by the film board of Canada. According to Bob, in his book Chronicles, he actually did select the name Dylan from the poet Dylan Thomas.
Hence, Robert Zimmerman became Bob Dylan. He didn't want to keep his real name because another Bobby Zimmerman, at the time, was a motorcycle racer that had crashed and died. It was neither Dylan Thomas or some fictional uncle. Robert Zimmerman took his new last name not from Dylan Thomas, as is often assumed, but from an uncle "Dillion.
Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band. To this day that grey GTX has never been beaten. What else would a bunch of Detroit rockers that worked in an auto assembly plant name their band after. This info can't exactly be researched in Rolling Stone Mag but I know its true because my mothers freind dated Seger back in the 60s. Take it for what it's worth. The San Francisco rising stars of a-capella were named for an acronym for "Best of Breed.
Named after John Bongiovi who changed hs name when the band formed in to Bon Jovi so people could pronounce it easier. These tracks were released in on two cd's. Check them out, any true fan should appreciate them. Jon's last name is Bongiovi.
So they mixed it up a little and became "Bon Jovi" and personally i have always wondered if this has caused any onimosity within the band. Evidently not, they've been together 20 years or whatever. But they rock! It is true that the band is named after Jon, but he never changed his name officially to "Bon Jovi". The name was taken from the three at the time James Bond movies there were starring Pierce Brosnan.
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