Thursday, February 28, 2013

Anderson Live Thursday, February 28, 2013


Anderson's guest co-host for the day was Isha Sesay.   Enjoy the 'First 15' ~


There was more after the break ~


GUEST/TOPIC SEGMENTS:  Mom Turned Private Investigator; 'Anderson Live's' Next Great Chocolate Chip Cookie Challenge' Winner Announced



EXTRAS:



At 10pmET tonight, AC360 will air an AC360 documentary called "The Bully Effect."  Below is a short video where Anderson discusses the special and you can read his blog post, Enough is enough: Say no to bullying by clicking on the highlighted link ~



And in another video Anderson talked more about bullying, on a personal level ~

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From Wednesday's show:
 From Today's show:

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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Anderson Cooper 360, Wednesday 2/27/13


8:00 PM HOUR:

A FATHER'S FIGHT: Anderson Cooper reporting
REMEMBERING JESSIE: Anderson speaks with Jessie's father, Neil Heslin

POPE'S FAREWELL TO THE FAITHFUL: Anderson Cooper and Christiane Amanpour reporting
ACCUSED PRIEST ON THE RUN: Gary Tuchman reporting

BUDGET BLAME GAME, COUNTDOWN TO CUTS: Anderson Cooper reporting
Panel discussion with David Gergen, Margaret Hoover and Charles Blow

MORE PHONE SEX AND DIRTY SEX: Randi Kaye reporting from Phoenix
Follow up discussion with Jeffrey Toobin and Mark Geragos

360 NEWS & BUSINESS BULLETIN: Deborah Feyerick

THE RIDICULIST: BEER LAWSUIT


10:00 PM HOUR:


KILLER TESTIMONY: THE JODI ARIAS TRIAL
Anderson, Nancy Grace, Mark Geragos, Dr. Drew Pinsky, Randi Kaye, Jean Casarez  and Jeffrey Toobin discussed the Jodi Arias trail


Don't forget tomorrow night's special programming:


"The Bully Effect: An Anderson Cooper Special" Premieres Thursday, February 28th
Special is part of week-long programming on CNN and CNN.com

                 “The Bully Effect: An Anderson Cooper Special” chronicles the journeys of a bullied child, a grieving parent, a victim of violence, and a filmmaker turned activist. Each has become a powerful foot soldier in the high-stakes battle against bullying, inspiring a grassroots movement that has helped spark sweeping changes from school policies to state laws to federal legislation.
“The Bully Effect: an Anderson Cooper Special,” presented in partnership with Cartoon Network and Stop Bullying: Speak Up will premiere on Thursday, February 28th at 10pm ET. The special will re-air on Sunday, March 3rd at 8pm and on Saturday, March 9th at 8pm.
"Bullying can have devastating consequences for children, parents and educators, and I’m very proud of our continuing work to focus attention on it,” said Cooper. “Families, schools, and organizations across the country are wrestling with how best to address the often complex issues surrounding bullying, and we want to do all we can to help them in those efforts,” he added.
In the award-winning documentary “Bully,” filmmaker Lee Hirsch embedded himself in schools across America and captured footage so raw and eye-opening, it sounded alarm bells and helped create a tipping point about how critical the issue of bullying has become. But then something else happened. In the year since "Bully" was released, the people featured in it have all gone through profound personal transformations.
Viewers will revisit with three characters from “Bully”: Alex Libby, Kelby Johnson & Kirk Smalley. Alex, a 12 year old in Sioux City, Iowa, was confronted with slurs, threats and beatings on the school bus nearly every day. Today he has become an anti-bullying rock star with appearances on national television and a visit to the White House.
Ever since Kelby Johnson came out as a lesbian in middle school, her entire family has been treated like pariahs in their hometown. Kelby speaks about attempting suicide on three separate occasions. Now 19, Kelby says her participation in "Bully" empowered her to raise awareness about bullying targeted towards the most at risk population for suicide -– LGBT youth.
Kirk Smalley's story is both inspirational and heartbreaking. “Bully” introduced him as he buried his son Ty, days after he committed suicide. In “The Bully Effect,” Kirk channels his unbearable loss into a new calling: empowering kids to take a stand against bullying.
Since his film’s release, Lee Hirsch has been on a mission to start a social movement. He and his team launched The Bully Project, an organization created to inspire people to fight bullying. His goal is to get one million students to see “Bully” through their schools. Hirsch says, “We had this idea that if we can get a million kids to see the film, and their educators and their parents and the community, that would create an undeniable tipping point in our country. “  Lee Hirsch has also helped create an anti-bullying curriculum based on the film so that students, teachers and administrators can take action in their own communities after watching the film together. "The Bully Effect" tracks The 1 Million Kids movement, and also follows Hirsch back to his own middle school where he opens up about his personal history with bullying.
This original CNN documentary builds upon Anderson Cooper 360°’s EMMY award winning reports on the causes and impact of bullying across America. Charlie Moore is the executive producer of “The Bully Effect,” with Kerry Rubin as senior producer and Chuck Hadad as producer. Original music for "The Bully Effect" was created and performed by Justin Rice.
Exclusive footage, not seen in the special will be available on AC360.com/bullying in addition to articles and a video blog from Anderson Cooper.  Viewers can join the Twitter campaign to promote bullying awareness by including the hashtag #bullyeffect in their tweets. Additional content related to cyber bullying, advice to parents, as well as exploring the culture of bullying can be found online at CNN.com/health.
Cartoon Network’s Stop Bullying: Speak Up is an award-winning, multi-platform pro-social campaign, created with experts in the field to raise awareness, build partnerships and empowers young people to speak up against bullying safely and effectively. Campaign resources include video, print and online content—including a documentary introduced by President Barack Obama—available at StopBullyingSpeakUp.com, available at no charge to schools, community groups and parents to motivate bullying prevention activities or discussions.


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Anderson Live Wednesday, February 27, 2013


Anderson's guest co-host for the day was Comedian Heather McDonald.   Enjoy the 'First 15' ~


There was more after the break ~


GUEST/TOPIC SEGMENTS: 'Anderson Live' Alert: Real Estate Secrets Exposed; "Today" show's Al Roker

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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Anderson Cooper 360 Tuesday, February 26, 2013


CARDINAL SIN?, Cardinal tied to abuse scandal, yet choosing a Pope:  Report by Casey Wian
CARDINAL SIN?, Latest headlines have Vatican playing defense:  Anderson Coopers's follow-up with Christiane Amanpour, John Allen and Robert Hoatson (Former priest)

BOEHNER TELLS SENATE TO GET "OFF THEIR ASS", More spin, no solutions as spending cuts near:  Report by Dana Bash and follow up with Anderson

TRACKING A DEADLY BLIZZARD, Storm has caused at least 3 death:  Report by Jason Carroll and follow up with Anderson

DARING DECEPTION, DIRTY DETAILS, Jodi Arias on the stand for 11th day in her murder trial:  Report by Randi Kaye
ARIAS ON THE STAND, DAY 11, Prosecutor cross-examined Jodi Arias for third day:  Anderson's follow up with Jeffrey Toobin and Mark Geragos

MEDITERRANEAN DIET AND HEART HEALTH, New study shows reduction in heart attacks, strokes:  Anderson and Dr. Sanjay Gupta discuss

360 NEWS & BUSINESS BULLETIN:  Isha Sesay

THE RIDICULIST:  


EXTRAS:


Anderson was a guest of Andy Cohen's on Watch What Happens Live last night.  He tweeted out the Instagram link to the above picture prior to the show.   ~





The following "After Show" videos were posted to the Bravo website today ~





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Good news for Anderson and AC360 in the ratings for February ~

Anderson Cooper 360 AC 360 at 8p had the most growth this month in cable news prime – increasing +42% in total viewers (791k vs. 559k) and +27% among 25-54 (236k vs. 186k) compared to a year ago. While AC 360 grew this month, The O’Reilly Factor was down -3% in total viewers and -26% in 25-54 and The Ed Show declined -14% and -10% respectively. This represents O’Reilly’s worst delivery at 8p since July 2008 in key demo 25-54. Outside of the November 2012 (Election) and March 2011 (Japan Tsunami), this month represents CNN’s best performance at 8p in over three years in both total viewers and 25-54.


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Anderson Live Tuesday, February 26, 2013


Kenya Moore was back as Anderson's guest co-host for the day.   Enjoy the 'First 15' ~


There was more after the break ~


GUEST/TOPIC SEGMENTS: Actress Wendy McLendon-Covey;  BRAVO's 'TOP CHEF' finalists Brooke Williamson and Kristen Kish;  Hidden Camera Investigation: 3 Tricks To Catch Liars Red-Handed



EXTRAS:
From the 'Anderson Live' photo booth ~



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Monday, February 25, 2013

Anderson Cooper 360 Monday, February 25, 2013


Anderson Cooper was back in the AC360 anchor chair tonight!  Here's the rundown:

BREAKING NEWS, "THE LAST TIME WE SAW A SNOW STORM LIKE THIS WAS 1971," Drivers stranded in Texas, Oklahoma:  Reporting by Anderson Cooper and Chad Myers

UNHOLY ALLEGATIONS, Controversy shrouds papal succession:  Report by Ben Wedeman and Anderson's follow up with John Allen & Chrsitiane Amanpour

BLAME GAME:  Report by Anderson Cooper
COUNTDOWN TO FORCED SPENDING CUTS, No signs of compromise as deadline looms:  Anderson's follow up with Gloria Borger, Charles Blow & Ross Douthat

FAMILY LOST AT SEA, Final message to Coast Guard, "We are abandoning ship":  Anderson and Dan Simon reporting

SEX, LIES, AND AUDIOTAPE, Arias says she killed Travis Alexander in self-defense:  Report by Randi Kaye and Anderson's follow up with Mark Geragos and Jeffrey Toobin

Update on the breaking news - the snowstorm in Texas, Okalhoma, moving into Kansas:  Reporting by Anderson and Chad Myers

360 NEWS & BUSINESS BULLETIN:  Isha Sesay

THE RIDICULIST:



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Anderson Live Monday, February 25, 2013


Stacy London was back again as Anderson's guest co-host for the day.   Enjoy the 'First 15' ~


There was more after the break ~


GUEST/TOPIC SEGMENTS: “Revenge” star Madeleine Stowe; Ripley's Believe It Or Not stunts



EXTRA:
From the 'Anderson Live' photo booth  from Thursday's show with 'Mystery Guest' Rick Springfield ~


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Sunday, February 24, 2013

Hope Survives: 30 Years of AIDS, The Finale


While Anderson continued his vacation this past week we have been showing segments of a Special Edition of AC360, "Hope Survives: 30 Years of AIDS" that originally aired January 14, 2011.  Today is the final segment of the special.  Tonight at the Academy Awards, we'll see if Anderson's pick,  "How To Survive A Plague" wins in the Best Documentary category.  It was our inspiration for sharing the AC360 Special Edition this week.  We hope you have enjoyed it.



Anderson wraps things up with Sir Elton John and asks him about what gives him the most hope, the most sense of optimism looking forward.  The special closes with a montage of HIV positive individuals against the back drop of Elton singing "Your Song" ~



In the span of 30 years, HIV/AIDS has gone from a mysterious and certain killer to a chronic condition for a lot of Americans. It's a condition that no longer defines who they are. It's simply one more detail of their lives.

They're our neighbors, our friends, our colleagues, our countrymen, fellow citizens, loved ones living with HIV. Here's some of them. 

Thanks for watching.....


EXTRAS:


"The Bully Effect: An Anderson Cooper Special" Premieres Thursday, February 28th 
Special is part of week-long programming on CNN and CNN.com 

 “The Bully Effect: An Anderson Cooper Special” chronicles the journeys of a bullied child, a grieving parent, a victim of violence, and a filmmaker turned activist. Each has become a powerful foot soldier in the high-stakes battle against bullying, inspiring a grassroots movement that has helped spark sweeping changes from school policies to state laws to federal legislation.

“The Bully Effect: an Anderson Cooper Special,” presented in partnership with Cartoon Network and Stop Bullying: Speak Up will premiere on Thursday, February 28th at 10pm ET. The special will re-air on Sunday, March 3rd at 8pm and on Saturday, March 9th at 8pm.

"Bullying can have devastating consequences for children, parents and educators, and I’m very proud of our continuing work to focus attention on it,” said Cooper. “Families, schools, and organizations across the country are wrestling with how best to address the often complex issues surrounding bullying, and we want to do all we can to help them in those efforts,” he added.

In the award-winning documentary “Bully,” filmmaker Lee Hirsch embedded himself in schools across America and captured footage so raw and eye-opening, it sounded alarm bells and helped create a tipping point about how critical the issue of bullying has become. But then something else happened. In the year since "Bully" was released, the people featured in it have all gone through profound personal transformations.

Viewers will revisit with three characters from “Bully”: Alex Libby, Kelby Johnson & Kirk Smalley. Alex, a 12 year old in Sioux City, Iowa, was confronted with slurs, threats and beatings on the school bus nearly every day. Today he has become an anti-bullying rock star with appearances on national television and a visit to the White House.

Ever since Kelby Johnson came out as a lesbian in middle school, her entire family has been treated like pariahs in their hometown. Kelby speaks about attempting suicide on three separate occasions. Now 19, Kelby says her participation in "Bully" empowered her to raise awareness about bullying targeted towards the most at risk population for suicide -– LGBT youth.

Kirk Smalley's story is both inspirational and heartbreaking. “Bully” introduced him as he buried his son Ty, days after he committed suicide. In “The Bully Effect,” Kirk channels his unbearable loss into a new calling: empowering kids to take a stand against bullying.

Since his film’s release, Lee Hirsch has been on a mission to start a social movement. He and his team launched The Bully Project, an organization created to inspire people to fight bullying. His goal is to get one million students to see “Bully” through their schools. Hirsch says, “We had this idea that if we can get a million kids to see the film, and their educators and their parents and the community, that would create an undeniable tipping point in our country. “ Lee Hirsch has also helped create an anti-bullying curriculum based on the film so that students, teachers and administrators can take action in their own communities after watching the film together. "The Bully Effect" tracks The 1 Million Kids movement, and also follows Hirsch back to his own middle school where he opens up about his personal history with bullying.

This original CNN documentary builds upon Anderson Cooper 360°’s EMMY award winning reports on the causes and impact of bullying across America. Charlie Moore is the executive producer of “The Bully Effect,” with Kerry Rubin as senior producer and Chuck Hadad as producer. Original music for "The Bully Effect" was created and performed by Justin Rice.

Exclusive footage, not seen in the special will be available on AC360.com/bullying in addition to articles and a video blog from Anderson Cooper. Viewers can join the Twitter campaign to promote bullying awareness by including the hashtag #bullyeffect in their tweets. Additional content related to cyber bullying, advice to parents, as well as exploring the culture of bullying can be found online at CNN.com/health.

Cartoon Network’s Stop Bullying: Speak Up is an award-winning, multi-platform pro-social campaign, created with experts in the field to raise awareness, build partnerships and empowers young people to speak up against bullying safely and effectively. Campaign resources include video, print and online content—including a documentary introduced by President Barack Obama—available at StopBullyingSpeakUp.com, available at no charge to schools, community groups and parents to motivate bullying prevention activities or discussions.

CNN Worldwide, a division of Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a Time Warner Company, is the most trusted source for news and information. Its reach extends to nine cable and satellite television networks; one private place-based network; two radio networks; wireless devices around the world; CNN Digital Network, the No. 1 network of news Web sites in the United States; CNN Newsource, the world’s most extensively syndicated news service; and strategic international partnerships within both television and the digital media.
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With Andy Cohen on vacation in Brazil this past week (with Anderson and friends) WWHL was on vacation, too.  On Friday, Bravo announced their upcoming guests for this week's shows and Anderson is scheduled as on Monday night.   We'll have it covered for you....


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Saturday, February 23, 2013

Next Week on Anderson Live, 2/25 - 3/1/13


Monday, February 25: Co-Host Stacy London, 'Revenge' Star Madeleine Stowe and Ripley’s Believe It or Not Stunts

Tuesday, February 26: Co-Host 'RHOA' Star Kenya Moore, Hidden Camera Investigation: 3 Tricks to Catch Liars Red-Handed and 'Top Chef' Finalists 

Wednesday, February 27: Co-Host Comedian Heather McDonald, Anderson Live Alert: Real Estate Secrets Exposed and 'Today' show's Al Roker

Thursday, February 28: Co-Host Reality Star La La Anthony,  Mom Turned Private Investigator and 'Anderson Live's' Next Great Chocolate Chip

Friday, March 1: Co-Host Actress Vivica A. Fox 'Anderson Live' Alert: How to Avoid Being Scammed on Craigslist and 'Psych' Star Dulé Hill



Ratings for week ended February 10th  ~

From Broadcasting Cable:
Syndication Ratings: February Sweeps Come in Like a LionEast Coast blizzard causes preemptions and power outages, but syndie ratings stay mostly up or steady

The first full week of the February sweep was marked by a huge blizzard on the East Coast, causing preemptions and power outages in many markets.

In spite of that, many shows were up or steady as they rolled out their all-original sweep episodes in the week ended Feb. 10.

Among the talk shows, CTD's Dr. Phil grew 3% to a 3.3, matching its season high. The show also remained No. 1 among the key daytime demographic of women 25-54, growing 6% to a 1.9.

In second place, Disney-ABC's Live! with Kelly and Michael held steady for the week at a 2.8. Warner Bros.' Ellen dipped 4% to a 2.7. In fourth place, Sony's Dr. Oz was flat at a 2.6.

NBCU's Maury also was flat at a 2.4, but led the talkers among young women 18-49 and 18-34 with a 1.7 and a 1.5, respectively.

CTD's Rachael Ray, NBCU's Steve Wilkos and Jerry Springer, and CTD's The Doctors all were flat at a 1.6, 1.6, 1.5 and 1.4, respectively.

Debmar-Mercury's Wendy Williams sank 7% to a 1.3. Warner Bros.' Anderson Live, which won't return next year, held firm at a 1.2, while Debmar-Mercury's also-cancelled Jeremy Kyle came in last at an unchanged 0.6.

Among the rookie talkers, Disney-ABC's Katie gave back 5% for the week to a 1.9. NBCU's Steve Harvey remained at its season-high 1.6 for a fifth straight week, just three-tenths behind Katie. The two rookie talk leaders tied among the key women 25-54 demo, each at a 1.0.

CTD's Jeff Probst and Twentieth's Ricki Lake, both of which will end their runs at the end of this season, jumped 14% to a 0.8 to each match their best ratings to date. NBCU's Trisha, which is coming back next year along with Katie and Steve, yielded 17%, or one-tenth of a ratings point, to a 0.5.  (Please click on link for full article.)

NOTE:  For the same week last year 'Anderson' has a 1.5 HH rating.

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Friday, February 22, 2013

Anderson Cooper 360 Friday, February 22, 2013


While Anderson continues his vacation (Jake Tapper was in the AC360 anchor chair again tonight), we continue to take a break from covering the news of the day. Tonight, we bring you the fifth segment of the Special Edition of AC360, "Hope Survives: 30 Years of AIDS" that originally aired January 14, 2011.


Margaret Cho opened the fifth semgment wirh her AIDS Moment, which reflected on the large number of AIDS patients in the early years in San Francisco who died from AIDS.  Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director NIAID joined Anderson and Phil Wilson in the studio and Sir Elton John in the discussion about recent medical advancements for people that are HIV positive ~



Barry Manilow ended the segment with his AID Moment.  


We hope you join us Sunday for the final installment of this look back at a Special Edition of AC360.


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Anderson Live Friday, February 22, 2013


Anderson's guest co-host for the day was Marilu Henner .   Enjoy the 'First 15' ~


There was more after the break ~


GUEST/TOPIC SEGMENTS:  Extreme Hoarding Intervention; 3 Healthy Oscar Party Snack Ideas with 'The Biggest Loser' Nutritionist


EXTRA:
From the 'Anderson Live' photo booth ~


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Thursday, February 21, 2013

Anderson Cooper 360 Thursday, February 21, 2013


While Anderson continues his vacation ( Jake Tapper was in the AC360 anchor chair again tonight), we continue to take a break from covering the news of the day. Tonight, we bring you the fourth segment of the Special Edition of AC360, "Hope Survives: 30 Years of AIDS" that originally aired January 14, 2011.



Maya Angelou opened the fourth segment with her AIDS moment.  Mondo Guerra, Fashion Desiger, joined
Anderson and Phil Wilson in the studio and Sir Elton John via video; to take about the stigma of being HIV positive within the gay community.  ~



The segment ended with Susan Sarandon sharing her AIDS moment.


We hope you join us tomorrow for the fifh installment of this look back at a Special Edition of AC360.

EXTRA:


ANDERSON COOPER TO RECEIVE VITO RUSSO AWARD AT THE 24TH ANNUAL GLAAD MEDIA AWARDS

Award-winning journalist, author, and talk show host Anderson Cooper will be honored with the Vito Russo Award at the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in New York, New York Daily News first reported this morning. Cooper will be presented with the award on March 16, 2013 at the New York Marriott Marquis.

For over 20 years Anderson Cooper has been an instrumental figure in American journalism. He is the host of the immensely popular CNN show Anderson Cooper 360°, and is a contributor to CBS' 60 Minutes. Cooper has captivated audiences with his coverage of important historical events, including Hurricane Katrina and the devastating earthquake in Haiti, for which he was awarded the National Order of Honour and Merit, Haiti's most prestigious honor.

Anderson Cooper has long been an advocate for the LGBT community. His wide range of subjects includes the bullying of LGBT youth, families supporting their transgender children, and the dangers of the so-called "ex-gay conversion therapy." For his coverage of issues relevant to the LGBT community, Anderson Cooper has received seven GLAAD Media Award nominations, and has been awarded the trophy three times.

"By sharing his own experiences as a gay man, Anderson has reminded millions of Americans that LGBT people are part of their everyday lives and an integral part of our cultural fabric," said GLAAD President Herndon Graddick. "He continues to raise the bar and set a new standard for journalists everywhere, and I'm proud to call him a friend."

The Vito Russo Award is presented to an openly lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender media professional who has made a significant difference in promoting equality. Previous honorees include Ricky Martin, Rosie O'Donnell, and Elton John. The Award takes its name from legendary HIV/AIDS activist Vito Russo, who was also one of GLAAD's founders.

Good Morning America anchors Lara Spencer, Josh Elliott, and Sam Champion will host the GLAAD Media Awards in New York, presented locally by Delta Air Lines. The GLAAD Media Awards are presented nationally by Ketel One and Wells Fargo.

The GLAAD Media Awards ceremonies will be held in New York on March 16, 2013 at the New York Marriott Marquis; in Los Angeles on April 20 at the JW Marriott; and in San Francisco on May 11 at the Hilton San Francisco - Union Square. Additional Special Honorees for each city will be announced in coming weeks.

For ticket information visit: www.glaad.org/mediaawards
(Please click on above link for more information and a full list of nominees, including an AC360 segment in the Outstanding Television Journalism Segment category.)

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Anderson Live Thursday, February 21, 2013


Anderson's guest co-host for the day was 'The Millionaire Matchmaker' Star Patti Stanger.   Enjoy the 'First 15' ~


There was more after the break ~


GUEST/TOPIC SEGMENTS:  A Mystery Celebrity Guest (Rick Springfield); 'Bizarre Foods' Host Andrew Zimmern


EXTRAS:
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