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-- -- wanted to wait on the story to that frankly verify whether it was real or not but there are seven people that hold the keys to worldwide Internet security.
That's a -- headlines and we'll talk about that first.
On there we'll get to a kick starter that's -- -- print out your -- -- photos.
In a kind of a cool way but -- talk about printing and your photos on your phone.
And then we're gonna talk about another kick starter to kick starters today another case -- attention I am what's going on and I'm just got distracted with something else in the room.
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That's the after effects are and continue convinced that I'm gonna talk about another kick started that's kind of revolutionized laser tag which is pretty cool right yeah because there ruins clever and relays are good yeah lovely as it says he always tag -- -- -- -- limited -- -- those -- that we're gonna talk about how naive.
5% of the world's ET ends.
Still run on windows XP the operating system do you believe that you a 100% believe that yes it's actually quite believable.
But the -- that.
Let's get to the first -- let's let's so this story is kind of old you broke last month on the guardian UK.
But I wanted to wait on it -- I honestly wasn't sure whether or not it was a hoax because it sounds so ridiculous. Distillery is.
Borderline unbelievable it sounds like a movie.
The day the guardian UK broke the story that expose -- group -- individuals right.
Fourteen to be precise fourteen individuals across the world that hold the key to the Internet what does that mean what does that mean so.
Each of these fourteen people have keys together.
Let it political key yes -- cookies and when they put those keys together they form -- form a master key.
That has the power to switch off the Internet how is that possible.
-- yes how is that -- it's basically the same thing as the suppose it.
Nuclear key codes when they both have to like turn at -- time and flipped the cover switch and yet push a button yet.
That sounds like it right it.
And -- like who decided that these seven people should have.
The power of -- is it like that why is the Internet able to be turned off so you guys have heard of I can write.
I sort of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers right they did they do the HT TPC and edited HTTP stuff they run all the dot -- dot anything.
And rightly -- decides what's -- yet to decide which codes are gonna be assigned to what kinds of networks.
And they're the ones there US based association they're the ones that.
-- basically gave these keys to the people.
And it's actually fourteen men and women across the world seven -- -- actually hold the real keys.
The other seven are redundancies so they have the backups and eco exit stole.
Right right to each of these fourteen men across the world have a history of working with security obviously we're talking about their needs.
We don't know them.
Okay because they probably can't -- yeah hard to these keys and I mean that would be a pretty massively huge security over right yeah.
So they all work in various international institutions based around web security.
And with the master key to control the DNS which is the domain name system got you right -- -- of a lot of acronyms here it's finds the unit but the DNA has basically -- -- list of IP addresses for every single website across the Internet gonna.
It's it's like -- backbone of the web discussion.
So. This is -- trying to follow along with me each of the seven stateside holders which are the main key holders at the back ups the main seven.
They own a key.
This is -- physical key right that opens a metal safety deposit box nobody knows where the metal safety deposit boxes are.
Not even the people with the key had to just have to go or anything illegal convert. -- they know where it is but inside that master deposit box is a Smart card.
Right like a key card -- the Smart card activates a machine.
That creates a new master card every year a new master key every you got you so the key changes every single -- this is really cool that's really crazy right.
And then you got the seven redundancy teams.
That team of seven -- they each own a Smart card as well.
Those Smart cards contain a code that's needed to build a replace B key.
Through each one -- is a fraction of the culture put them together.
That creates a new replaced to -- it's like a very layered security system right right because obviously if one ever got.
You know stolen right they need to create a whole new one.
And then once a year each member of these fourteen teams -- have to send I can't.
A photograph of themselves. Carrying.
The current -- newspapers. In the photograph.
-- the scary -- it's really don't -- -- hold out the newspaper of that data prove that the photo was taken that to share.
And -- key so in one hand hold -- the newspaper.
And the other hand there holding up the key -- and in this handout photo once a year to verify there identity.
And the fact that the key is still intact the entire stability of the Internet breasts on this photograph yes yes.
I feel good about that saying if there -- following at home feels solid about that --
We don't know who these people are and god forbid.
Knock on wood here but if you had no -- -- -- welcome -- -- -- that's gonna -- there. Isn't anything ever got out or these key going into the wrong hands.
-- -- disasters would they even know what to do.
If sum if -- evil do you --
Got a hold and you need all seven you -- -- come alive and well it's like not even worth it yeah and then it obviously the the equipment that the keys open.
It's not just like in a public school -- it's not like in a 7-Eleven so you have to like go through true lies style I'm pretty sure were were okay -- the Retina Display but they -- -- if god forbid somehow I'll well.
They would definitely -- up the backbone of the Internet right 'cause that's what we safely view re start the Internet and -- all start from scratch yet or the Internet with ceased to exist everything on the web which -- -- turned off.
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-- all of course because the Internet isn't in some shoe box somewhere right -- all.
On computers all over the world right right.
But they could do things like recharging it just directions to website for it if you typed in CNN maybe you'd go to the Phishing web -- -- but they would never they would just.
Eliminate the -- the tubes.
The road's right and eliminate the saint's rest hopefully because then those sites are hosted on different course around the world you -- -- -- you know again.
But I had no idea it sounds listening and a rebrand their -- -- something it'll do is I had no idea that seven people to hold the keys to the Internet in their hands -- the fact that the media got -- hold that have published a story about its.
I don't know that there's photos of them to --
That the names are actually released -- a few select people that are part of sort of like the ancillary group right.
-- you can.
Guess if you really want to to.
You can extort that information out of them.
I don't know it just seems that were given -- inside -- details here so I think it's awesome -- and I can't wait for the Nick -- adaptation and yeah.
He's certainly good removal of these people drive.
But -- cage plays all fourteen people yes and all the only thing different and is just like glasses and moustache yet.
And that's it.
I mean I'm buying my -- really crazy to go to read the story from -- -- period that's basically are excellent.
Thank you that was like your little sixty minutes story now I appreciate.
I tell us what -- the grand and like a physical physical grab this is kind of weird I don't know what you think about it.
Because it has do with printers.
And the -- -- -- old news -- in the printing world but there's a new kick starter out.
That's sort of bringing your photos to life through a mobile printer.
So what we're talking about is life print it's called life print it's on trickster -- he can go in and funded if you want.
But the -- it's basically just a mobile printer this is what it looks like here it's tiny mobile printer about the size of -- an external hard drive got you.
And the printer attaches to a wireless network so I you can carry it around with you anywhere and has a rechargeable battery inside there were something like this.
Polaroid did something like -- is called the --
Wii -- we played around -- a little -- we did a little bit of yeah I really similar is just like a regular Polaroid accepted output -- tiny photos -- this out with four by six photos so it's a little bit different.
But the idea is that you know -- last -- held the photo in your hand and it's like no one really prints out photos.
Right so I'm like struggling to understand why this is like something we want yes so is this.
This wireless photo printer you can send photos to.
So each one has its own.
IP address basically and along with iPhone and the app you can send whatever phone you have in your collection to this printer.
And you'll get -- so for example say you and I are act public -- something.
And we see something really cool it to a photo of it but I wanted to be waiting for me when I get home.
Well I can use this app and send a photo to the printer when I get back to be weak form or I can bring it with me again you can see it sort of coming in handy at -- away.
Right where there's a photo Booth or something like that.
If you want a copy of their photo immediately began to scan all of that is the only application that still remains today Brad photo Booth.
Right that's it I was at a wedding recently where that -- -- thing it's pretty hot right now.
Is so hot right now here.
And in carnivals and four walks -- soft they're still pretty -- but that's it yet.
Or the other application they describe -- the website is give this to grandma -- and all the printers and network around the world so if your friends all have the -- printer.
Any one can receive photos.
As long as you have the --
So I can send something to your printer.
You could sensibly in -- -- out in whatever between relatives and friends so obviously this brings up the whole link in situation who deal with here to good question I mean think about that.
You read you a new review or to register -- didn't think about -- inks issue yeah I think.
Money -- -- really go into the idea of like how is is different printing.
Technology thread -- the cartridge based ones is lasers -- -- so I don't know I'm not sure all right but.
And load it do you guys even want to print out photos is that something that you've thought about one last -- you've held the photo in your --
Like -- said with a photo Booth at a wedding bright red and I'm personally that's it now I mean.
It found there -- holding a photo odds are it's twenty years old Brett Brett.
And that's that mean I was home recently and I saw.
All photos -- -- like -- look at that and you know what I did I took photos of the he -- -- so that I could have that.
Disseminate similarly closet you can get the Polaroid still -- super expensive I mean this is like you know buying a rotary phone as like a trendy sort of thing router for your house yeah I think you could probably just.
Go to like a joint readers something secure and I mean if your -- you know if you I just don't think there -- -- it's a bad idea.
And I'm not trying to like you know sabotage this kick starter Brett.
But you have to find a lot of people who were really. Willing. And wanting -- print physical photos and I'm just a sure audience is there now.
Unless Syria there and it's funny too because technology fields' -- cyclical right -- -- like -- never ending mobius strip of technology I like.
If you watch the video of these guys describe it as like most -- and -- the photo in your hand there's so many online photos on your phone and on your desktop in the cloud.
You know they basically made our memories disposable but what if you could print something on how it forever here and then eventually it is is it's gonna be like well we have too many photos.
Physically now -- if only there was a way that we can have a device to carry all your photos it will be an.
And it's just over it's just like when I think they've never anything when you -- pitch yet but here that pitch it's like.
I hear it is we're -- we'll send you crank you're car yet started plate I don't wanna Dudek is I'm not crazy ride.
It's yeah I'm sorry man it's crazy and it -- then you actually did that.
What printed out a photo or create the -- -- this is so stupid.
Holding a photo is not something that's like a lost art that people like men of all yeah I can always hold all the photos I have.
Well it's not as I think they're trying to equate it to like get records for example array where there's like the tangent billionaire and you can be like a member of the split.
And you're -- -- seven DC diesels to --
So I don't that's life -- go find it it's also 200 dollars and I should also add that could -- their desktop printers can do this and they've been doing it for the panacea years.
So this the only benefit years and it's portable good look life print you know.
It's not gonna or gap is for people that are super to -- I think if they want like a souvenir from their trip to Disneyland this -- like that they can now put that I know I have a wedding album.
You don't know -- have like all you Munich physical I'll have photos he should.
Or is it just like on a large handsome. And that's the thing about how to do I do I do -- nobody organizes them well and and eventually for hello.
Where that's why you have to get married.
Because. Life she'll do it -- she did an on coming back to me a little bit -- takes some of the things I -- back can right now.
But what she does like to do we take you know.
A thousand digital photos of wherever we go -- images of -- for Europe a couple of years ago and she need like a book.
-- coffee table book out of it like a scrapbook scrapbook which I think is okay but that's totally different than life -- life print isn't making books donor there's a stickers -- -- -- so she.
-- online and then ordered his book and then a week out it's like bounded book he had -- pretty neat yeah I think.
So -- books do that Apple does it yeah but we did a different company now that's cool that is cool.
So I'll give you that that's where we should go with -- I -- that people are much more into that.
Yet but yes you're right -- you should probably do that because you could probably print up.
1020 books before you reached 200 dollars -- that there wasn't too expensive at all.
-- -- so let's let's talk about something that.
I personally are really really looking forward to seeing funded and in fact it's already funded on kick started so you got it are ready.
We're talking about the next evolution of laser tag. I know you made fun of this.
In the beginning but -- half on -- -- to think it's not because it doesn't work any main -- -- take doesn't work.
It's not accurate to me I've never had experience with leaves today where I was like this is super accurate and -- okay it's always been like man.
I guess I'm shot all right you know -- I think that's the problem with these.
In real life action sports say like paint ball or even air soft -- people what you're -- what -- -- have.
Yet it -- -- you can feel it but essentially it goes on the honor system error soft.
We're talking about pellet guns achievement 250 to 400 feet per second.
Tiny little plastic pallets Greeley is yet have you done that -- we do know what are softness in home.
Oh really they're.
They're like -- guns -- soft is like people it's like you know real life running around plate capture the -- sure why air soft guns or one to one replicas of real guns.
And you don't you know I deal with -- -- news.
-- now I don't want -- -- laser tagging as well -- -- you know obviously the people is wire and -- this of that -- that makes me uncomfortable yet it is very important it's a huge market to its its super fine I mean talk about realism -- check this out these are out of the orange tips some of them do but a lot of people obviously paid does tips to make him look even more real -- one to one in terms of both scale.
Wait and look -- -- yeah well so they're ones who want to -- there a cashier at air pellets issued tiny air -- yet but this -- to protect its own yet.
Yet -- you'll lead.
So why are we -- is doing painful.
Because they're not accurate and people requires things like gas and stuff so air soft guns either run on electricity -- like electric guns or -- in -- anything about that yeah it's it's really really popular right now.
But the problem with that is when you get hit there's no paint splatter.
To show everybody else that you know you've been shot gotcha and what this skirt most system is doing that's with a kick starter is called.
On is kind of cool.
So -- RT up on and on kick starter and it really brings the idea of these first person shooters like call of duty these video games to life.
And on as -- -- talk about this all scroll through some of the photos for review this video viewers' interest in.
So what makes this one really unique is it.
This heads up display that you see on the back cool right it's got an LCD display build the back.
With the processors that's sort of built on the -- we know platform and we've talked about the before they're basically micro computers.
But that's really cool thing about this is that are doing those are open source tool and so you can actually change the games that you played.
Just through the computer itself you know how to program and I like everything I'm seeing so yeah it's open source you can change things like how much damage -- inflicted every time you get hit.
Or how far the guns shoot in terms of the range. Right and -- -- screen also acts as sort of a heads up display.
And so you can see -- when he got shot because like ammo -- time remaining on your skirmish city objectives are to looking at an and all this kind of thing.
That's super sick yes and -- -- the fact that these guns run on computers is really incredible and it means that.
They have a -- easy range they shoot up to 500 feet.
In range so what kind of like how my being notified -- -- like what's not what targets to have long.
So that -- this all the -- have sensors built into so it's you have to should self contained yet -- the -- odds -- yes you actually have to shoot the gun and and that's what the computers -- got a -- actually looks pretty -- yes the ticket that it really does look at -- video and yet it's based on a real gun but it's it's clear right so there's lights inside that the limited -- -- cool here's the cool thing is that each gun.
Is programmable -- can change the color.
Said that's how you determine you know which teams which I'm into it --
Really really got funded if it got funded already I think they're looking for 20000 dollars or something like that -- they're already funded so by December.
Those people have begun to their music -- -- really cool.
Then -- public -- guns are dynamically connected you can see details of every single game.
And if you really wanted to you could have like a master -- where everyone else is playing.
Eventually they're talking about external -- -- to that you could Wear that will be be vibrator something like that when Austin -- so crazy and then on top of that.
The open source platform means that anybody can develop games for the get a cool I really did demo of this -- we're doing this show or another -- be really really cool to -- -- gonna sign me up via.
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Place in arcade com has another job I had -- worked there for three years knowledge on the island hurry on the back a little California -- oh yeah and alone okay yeah.
It was like an arcade also he has an arcade and laser laser tag and -- stuck pin bowling.
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Up pin bowling you know that -- -- sooner than like -- the the pins have like strings on the head.
And you it's like a mini Alley and you -- -- like a little I think that's like a little bigger than its evil.
It's almost like a shot football com and the whole things like on strings with -- school it is it's fun for ligament in Manila designed to implement so you worked laser tag when you're working Merriam.
Yeah I was the guy that told you how to play around on me on -- item malaria have to have the whole speech memorized.
I'm not gonna go down there are. Ahead my -- -- welcome to -- saw it.
I mean you're gonna like a bunch of 1112 year old hacker exasperated if you happen because I don't I -- really kick each other don't really issued each other -- adding game.
I think I just beat the hell I've even if it was a fun though I need you guys I was all like we're going on inside of the of the laser tag -- no -- yet I -- me in all our callers we got real clarity and might we -- tournaments and stuff like that -- -- goes on only play -- -- -- just learned that really in the video games -- -- school.
Was it a vest thing that you had to -- yet -- -- -- and -- you're looking in the yet little that supposedly exactly what I'm thinking is because literally you're gonna go I don't like a -- this into a well that's exactly what I look like.
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Which is actually really to present when I -- -- site that you see dislike in the darkness and yeah he parking lot very it's an endless would have fun in the minds there is a place. Where I grow who's called Grand Slam yeah.
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And it's all like Monica. Like a card system read Felix put your card -- put credits on it yet I was always a big fan blowing bubbles to.
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A lot of them are -- men.
Really good does not too many of those left all the ones that I knew for much how to for gone really -- in my hometown.
Think -- except that I put -- thing yeah.
So all right meets you at the that's we're gonna have an X 44 media.
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And like 330 you'll put on party hats need -- competes again through puncher and -- for punch.
Bob. Knows this but apparently. If you've been to and ATN.
There's a really good chance you're using windows XP and apparently. A lot of these machines are built upon -- windows XP platform.
Windows and Microsoft. They're not really supporting XP for much longer in fact starting on April 8.
Microsoft is going to be pulling the plug on XP and -- supporting its security products through July 2015. And so.
There's this like artificial deadline approaching.
For all these ATMs. To upgrade or the -- like planning our VPN kinda. Because they just won't the security won't get better.
And -- the search --
That they'll stop and the people can hack ATM's possibly -- -- figure and you raise.
And -- teams won't update and and circumvent all that other stuff what is -- getting upgraded to.
Well they don't know and and and the problem is that 95%.
Of the world's ATMs are still running windows XPM. When the security support finally runs out.
A year from this July.
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Now I -- and so that's like the issue and no one seems to be leading the effort to change these over and now a lot of the proprietary ATM's that you run into if you go to a bank.
And let's see you belong to like TD bank that you -- and you're in the -- they have -- proprietary.
When the demands of and they run their own proprietary software -- -- -- about that.
But you might have to worry about like you know if you own a 7-Eleven and -- ATM in there.
It's probably running windows XP -- -- not gonna be supported for much longer than I can not believe.
But 95%. Of the world's third party AT and -- run windows XP.
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And yeah there's no like ATM.
You know there's like no AT and council that has to be ten provides everything a degree well there's only. There's only a few popular eighteen manufacturers so -- come out to them to.
You know roll out some sort of update what's the date -- odds April 8 April 8 -- -- XP will have the plug pulled on it.
But April put July 2015 is when the security products that support windows XP will be officially.
And supported that means gamers will be installed that every single AT and starting July it's what I mean and you don't have to worry about.
You'll ever that the word of this if you own an ATM it's not like your money is getting stolen have need to yeah right right who supposedly team of people that.
The place is there and they -- you go to a strip club.
I brought that -- yeah I believe -- well and where am -- going tomorrow.
Now play if you go to a place like that are like casinos or any of places yet they are inside of red.
That's who owns and they get to charge whatever -- they want --
And that's the thing you took the world's biggest monetize it began in the future and wanted to minds around that pretty upset about everything it just -- there an independent -- -- like you know several -- several -- it.
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-- and you know what I really confused now that I just clicked on this article on getting served ads.
For ATM machines they're -- sales -- and processing services and ATM -- so thanks for including this link I appreciate it now that Google's things don't have by any -- most spam ridden.
Link I could find Hana.
And that's that finally before -- -- -- for today we have a few emails to get to.
Paul from Brooklyn.
This is the -- that one time accidentally -- -- his mother remember this story -- yeah.
Permanently yikes you know I don't -- at humorous -- -- sex -- couple years back it was like tell us an awful embarrassing.
Tech moment you've had -- -- it's something terrible I don't know elaborate rooms.
Either way it was a whole areas though a little look at Paul says we're totally wrong about air BMB error.
We give every -- be -- bad --
He says there are horror stories but it's such -- tiny tiny percentage of what actually happens he's been a host in Brooklyn for three years.
And literally hosted dozens of people from every corner of the globe and I've never had an issue.
I tear ran down my entire place just an extra room scene there you had this done all of that doesn't mean that that definitely matters -- goes.
But that doesn't really matter -- he should always exercise caution.
But that is true in most aspects of life I just don't think it's fair for service that is fundamentally changing the way people travel -- the world.
Should have this one size fits all reputation.
In 2013 -- B&B guests in New York contributed almost 700 million dollars in direct economic activity to the city.
The main reason it's getting a bad bad is because the state and city are not collecting tax dollars attention because they're not real hotel -- but it still bringing economic growth to be able to origins its share it.
He was anywhere as the love you guys -- is Paul from Brooklyn.
It's true it's true I mean this is sort of like done a Yelp review that one bad -- -- that kind takes down the entire restaurant but even -- -- -- through and there this would still be a colossal risk the fact remains in you know Paul's example is very different in my opinion.
Because when you rent out all -- your place that is way different and you leaving your part and just strangers by themselves. Like I'm not even psyched about my dog walker coming in every day you know to walk Marty.
Let's be honest you have to have. These precautions in place.
And if you're in --
I mean you're taking a chance there is risk involved again when you're having just one room out of your entire place that you will be yet.
Likely during -- the time to say it's it's much safe I mean the risk is.
You could have a sex party hosted in your house that's like the worst case scenario on or you know -- sets fire to your stuff through the of best case scenario is that's almost definitely gets you through everything that you only exist maybe steal a couple pieces that you might not even know are gone once you get back.
And backing up is what would freak me out the most is gonna have a lot of stuff in there and don't have like a Google doc that lists every single thing that I own -- double check.
So I mean that's kind of scary part and then as a tenant I don't -- and -- not camera.
It's the home theater share taken me out in the show.
I think people who rent their entire place is out with them not -- wall against the staying there there -- different type of person it's either a they -- and if you don't have anything worth stealing you know just don't care -- be.
You own the place to rent it again.
NC I just haven't thought of third.
I don't know well yeah I mean.
Its it's confusion it's a decent idea and I'm glad though on paper using it I used to before like I said but I would venture partner are you what about you and you -- --
-- -- -- -- -- --
A very picky with who even comes into my place like oh it's giving your friends they have to -- -- you -- your shoes off guy yes she's off and don't move anything.
Haven't -- we have a lot of equipment clear audio mixing equipment and yes like that -- things.
-- -- really intellect and the -- look it looks idea to minimize unknowns real picky about that.
-- could never take Ariel for your shoes off got.
Now yes you do not take him first use of them may be I mean I encourage it for competitor personal walks in.
Almost is like a reining them you know my community you can do you think resilient and beaches off you are yet unto him yet.
Who knows what people tracking if you're totally right yeah I should be more -- -- -- also feel weird about people sitting on my bed.
-- -- -- which is tough because I live in a studio suit unless you have you like.
You need it unless you take command of like a couch which only has two seats.
There's more than three people than that you want Christmas you'd like -- edge of the bed the foot -- the -- her life's few weeks don't want someone's foreign blood on -- began again.
And you don't -- -- admitted he had no idea what -- them -- no -- -- a wanna go.
I wanna lay in it yeah.
Under the covers that they should do anytime you can simmons' house and immediately get -- the -- registered down to your underwear and -- an -- -- -- is motivated to get digging that.
Just ruined my undies you know anybody that god doesn't take off the issues when they get into their own -- no and you see that site you mean psychopath yeah no I haven't met annually you know and when I don't think you I don't believe you I do you have --
-- -- of doctors say her name on the -- full of a -- and out but they do him or her hand because there's no Wellington hello -- you know there's no -- a woman can yeah yeah I mean they don't they don't just like at -- your -- you know like stuff like -- standing there she -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- they're definitely like reading -- collapse into the -- -- covers -- dollar and I -- affect anything if you can connect it.
Hello we had a heart attack is the but it didn't I almost lost it yeah I didn't think they actually falsely accused -- Mary parent prison.
They show how -- things that's roads.
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I would stop being friends and then they sound like a savage -- all right tell us your crazy.
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