smhwpf: (Going places)
Kate B. asks "If the world-wide web/similar hadn't been invented, and technology had stayed the same as when we were kids, how different would your life be now?"

Wow. Gosh. That's a tough one.

It wouldn't have been that different up to my 1st PhD, the Maths one, in 1996. I'd only recently discovered the web. I mean, I'd used email a bit, but it wasn't my principle means of communication.

Wouldn't have necessarily affected the first job I did so much, the one commercial job I had - I mean, not having the web as a research tool would have been different, but it wasn't yet so central. Or what I was doing as a volunteer with Campaign Against Arms Trade. I mean, it would have affected how I did these things somewhat, but wouldn't have fundamentally affected life path, I think.

The work I do now though... it is very hard to imagine doing it without the internet. The vast majority of the research we do is web-based. But SIPRI did collect military expenditure data before the web, so I guess it's like a lot of things where you can't imagine how people did them before, but of course they did.

I certainly wouldn't have a lot of the communities I have. I think. Certainly, there are some people I only know because I know them online. Others... I knew offline originally, but online became a principle mode of interaction. But maybe wouldn't have been so different.

Certainly fandom would never have been a thing. I might have been a Buffy fan, but it wouldn't have been a thing I'd have shared.

Apart from that, I'm trying to think where life-path would really have branched... maybe I wouldn't have been willing to make my first (temporary) move to Sweden back in 2002 had I not had internet community to fall back on. Or maybe I would not have been able to cope with the loneliness. No internet, so how would I have job-hunted back in Britain? THES delivered to my door in Sweden? Mebbe. I think here we've got to factor in the way the internet and other technological developments have made the world smaller. Made regular travel back and forth between countries feasible for people a lot further down the ladder.

So this is a big thing - I don't know whether I would have still gone to work for SIPRI, but it made moving country seem like much less of a huge thing.

So, 2001-2 is a real branch point for me. 2001 is when, after the end of Buffy Season 5, with Buffy's death and wondering whether there was going to be any more Buffy and what was going to happen, that's when I first typed "Buffy" into a search engine and encountered online fandom, and the first online community I was really significantly part of (save a political listserve or two at Warwick I wasn't that deeply into), the BBC Buffy forum, where I first met [livejournal.com profile] whiskyinmind. Then 2002 when I first went to work at SIPRI.

On the flip side, I wonder if I would have been more productive without the distractions of the internet, but then I found all manner of ways to be unproductive before that, so probably not.

Any one else who wants to request a topic, you are most welcome! You may do so here. I am not out of topics by any means, but Easter is still four weeks away!
smhwpf: (Buffyanne)
[livejournal.com profile] emperor asks "Please blog about Buffy".

Gladly! This will probably be worth several posts... I will start with "How I Met Buffy", and "What Buffy means to me".

It was the year 2000. I was living in Dalston, London, essentially as a lodger with just the one room, in which I had a TV, not something I usually bothered with in my own room when in a shared house with a lounge and stuff. I was home one evening, bored and lonely, and I switched on the TV, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer came up on the BBC. (I didn't have cable back then. I didn't have the internet at home. These were ancient, ancient times.)

I'd seen the show advertized, and thought it sounded extremely silly, but I was bored so I thought I'd give it a chance.

The episode showing was Anne, the Season 3 opener, when Buffy was living incognito in LA.

And, to my surprise, it was... good. It was dark but witty, poignant, heroic, with some social commentary but not too rammed down your throat. I didn't follow everything that was going on with the whole Angel backstory and everything, but... it grabbed me. And then there was the line "I'm Buffy. The Vampire Slayer. And you are?" - which pretty much sold me on the deal. When I rewatch, I tend to play that line over at least three times. It's still one of my favourite episodes. (Though it's kind of a case of "that's one of my nine favourite Beethoven symphonies").

I didn't immediately start watching every ep., some I missed for one reason or another, and I didn't have a VCR. (A what now?) But I saw a fair few and then from episode 12, Helpless, I saw every ep. up to the end of S3, and well before the end I was hopelessly and permanently addicted. Season 3 is, for my money, the best season - it just doesn't have a weak episode, and that second half is just one killer punch after another, an arc that really knows where it's heading, brilliantly paced, with just enough one-off eps. and comedy to balance the drama. And of course, it has Faith, and the incredible way that SMG and Eliza Dushku spark off each other.

Buffy came to mean a lot to me. (Possibly more than is sane...). On the Beeb, they showed S3 and S4 back to back. There was a moment round about the end of S3 when, in real life, there was a load of messy internal politics going on in Campaign Against Arms Trade, that I was on the Steering Committee of at the time (internal politics? In a peace group? Never! Haha.), and I'd found myself on the receiving end of a lot of stick for some stuff that was going down, and I was feeling pretty battered and bruised, and as I lay awake turning it over, I was mentally writing my resignation letter; and then I thought to myself "Well, think about Buffy. She takes a lot of shit one thing and another, sometimes her life 'sucks beyond the telling of it'. But she keeps going." And I said to myself "What would Buffy do?", and mentally tore up the resignation letter. And then, about a week later came the Season 4 opener, and Xander goes and puts into words my exact thoughts:

"Let me tell ya' something: When it's dark, and I'm all alone, and I'm scared, or freaked out or whatever, I always think, 'What would Buffy do?' You're my hero..."

So, yeah. Buffy is my hero. Don't rewatch as frequently these days, into a bunch of other great shows but, perhaps it was a particular time in my life, but none have grabbed hold of me quite like Buffy.
smhwpf: (Dead King John)
Been away at a United for Peace weekend, very nice time, though tiring with 23 hours total traveling. Combination of limited internet access while traveling and doing other things when there meant no posts. Back to it now!

So, [livejournal.com profile] mirabehn asks: "Your favourite readthrough role you've played so far, and one you'd really like to play and haven't yet"

Hmm, tricky, 'cos I have to think back a long way... there are quite a few candidates.

For Shakespeare plays, I really enjoyed playing King John. A villain definitely, but not unambiguously so, and rather a complex character. Very insecure. Tendency to anger and rash judgements. Starts out projecting quite a lot of authority, but really loses it over the course of the play. And his death scene is awesome!

But then, there was Angel, in the Angel season 5 readthrough. He's a long way from my favourite Buffyverse character, but he goes through some interesting stuff in S5, but the main thing is, my goodness that was such an intense weekend! Largely due to the dramatic heroics of [livejournal.com profile] mirabehn as Wesley and [livejournal.com profile] medieval_bunny as Fred/Illyria - their energy and chemistry and generally being utterly possessed by their characters lifted everyone, me included.

Many others, but those are probably the top two!

Roles I'd like to play... I'd really like to give Lear a go. Yeah, that would probably be no. 1.

Fic recs

Mar. 14th, 2012 02:40 am
smhwpf: (Buffy fan)
Tonight (this morning?) I will rec a Buffy fanfic author, [livejournal.com profile] beer_good_foamy. Ze is one of the most hilarious Buffy writers out there, irreverent but affectionate to the source, and always getting the characters down to a tee. And just occasionally some darker stuff.

Of recent works, I would particularly recommend Ms. Summers goes to Washington, especially if you are also a West Wing fan.
smhwpf: (Buffy fan)
And another part for you... after this I have to write some more!

Title: Faith alone Chapter 7/?
Author: Sam Perlo-Freeman ([livejournal.com profile] smhwpf)
Fandom: BtVS (+AtS)
Characters: Faith, ensemble.
Pairings: Yet to be determined.
Rating: PG13ish
Length: 1395 words this part.
Disclaimer: Not mine.
Author's note: This fic is set between seasons 5 and 6, starting very shortly after The Gift. It deals with issues arising from the death of Buffy and the lack of a new Slayer, which have always bugged me.

Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] whiskyinmind for the beta.

Chapter 6 here.
Story begins here (Prologue).

Called )
smhwpf: (Buffy Faith)
Sorry for another long delay - I was just about to post this when my screen fried. Then I got my fixed computer back, but then I was down at a folk music festival and not really posting and stuff. Anyway, here we are!

Title: Faith alone Chapter 6/?
Author: Sam Perlo-Freeman ([livejournal.com profile] smhwpf)
Fandom: BtVS (+AtS)
Characters: Faith, ensemble.
Pairings: Yet to be determined.
Rating: PG13ish
Length: 1476 words this part.
Disclaimer: Not mine.
Author's note: This fic is set between seasons 5 and 6, starting very shortly after The Gift. It deals with issues arising from the death of Buffy and the lack of a new Slayer, which have always bugged me.

Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] whiskyinmind for the beta.

Chapter 5 here.
Story begins here (Prologue).

Nowhere to turn )

Continues in Chapter 7.
smhwpf: (Buffy Faith)
Apologies for the wait!

Title: Faith alone Chapter 5/?
Author: Sam Perlo-Freeman ([livejournal.com profile] smhwpf)
Fandom: BtVS (+AtS)
Characters: Faith, ensemble.
Pairings: Yet to be determined.
Rating: PG13 maybe? Some violence.
Length: 1199 words this part.
Disclaimer: Not mine.
Author's note: This fic is set between seasons 5 and 6, starting very shortly after The Gift. It deals with issues arising from the death of Buffy and the lack of a new Slayer, which have always bugged me.

Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] whiskyinmind for the beta.

Chapter 4 here.
Story begins here (Prologue).

New players )

Continues in Chapter 6.
smhwpf: (Buffy Faith)
Title: Faith alone Chapter 4/?
Author: Sam Perlo-Freeman ([livejournal.com profile] smhwpf)
Fandom: BtVS (+AtS)
Characters: Faith, ensemble.
Pairings: Yet to be determined.
Rating: PG-ish
Length: 2005 words this part.
Disclaimer: Not mine.
Author's note: This fic is set between seasons 5 and 6, starting very shortly after The Gift. It deals with issues arising from the death of Buffy and the lack of a new Slayer, which have always bugged me.

Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] whiskyinmind for the beta.

Chapter 3 here.
Story begins here (Prologue).

The lion, the witch and the Slayer )

Continue to Chapter 5.
smhwpf: (Buffy Faith)
First of two tonight...

Title: Faith alone Chapter 3/?
Author: Sam Perlo-Freeman ([livejournal.com profile] smhwpf)
Fandom: BtVS (+AtS)
Characters: Faith, ensemble.
Pairings: Yet to be determined.
Rating: PG-ish
Length: 1467 words this part.
Disclaimer: Not mine.
Author's note: This fic is set between seasons 5 and 6, starting very shortly after The Gift. It deals with issues arising from the death of Buffy and the lack of a new Slayer, which have always bugged me.

Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] whiskyinmind for the beta.

Chapter 2 here.
Story begins here (Prologue).

Reunion )

Continue to <a href="http://smhwpf.livejournal.com/229050.html>Chapter 4</a>.
smhwpf: (Buffy Faith)
This one a bit shorter...

Title: Faith alone Chapter 2/?
Author: Sam Perlo-Freeman ([livejournal.com profile] smhwpf)
Fandom: BtVS (+AtS)
Characters: Faith, ensemble.
Pairings: Yet to be determined.
Rating: PG-ish
Length: 1323 words this part.
Disclaimer: Not mine.
Author's note: This fic is set between seasons 5 and 6, starting very shortly after The Gift. It deals with issues arising from the death of Buffy and the lack of a new Slayer, which have always bugged me.

Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] whiskyinmind for the beta.

Chapter 1 here.
Story begins here (Prologue).

decisions )

Continue to Chapter 3.
smhwpf: (Buffy Faith)
Will post two parts tonight. This one a bit long...

Title: Faith alone Chapter 1/?
Author: Sam Perlo-Freeman ([livejournal.com profile] smhwpf)
Fandom: BtVS (+AtS)
Characters: Faith, ensemble.
Pairings: Yet to be determined.
Rating: PG-ish
Length: 2272 words this part.
Disclaimer: Not mine.
Author's note: This fic is set between seasons 5 and 6, starting very shortly after The Gift. It deals with issues arising from the death of Buffy and the lack of a new Slayer, which have always bugged me.

Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] whiskyinmind for the beta.

Story begins here (prologue).

Faith alone )

Continue to Chapter 2.
smhwpf: (Buffy Faith)
Started this aaaaages ago, never got past the first few bits. Made some progress so far this holiday, and made enough notes to convince myself it will one day turn into a complete fic. So, here goes.

Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] mara_sho for the beta. (Though it had a different name then.)

Title: Faith alone (Prologue)
Author: Sam Perlo-Freeman ([livejournal.com profile] smhwpf)
Fandom: BtVS (+AtS)
Characters: Faith, ensemble.
Pairings: Yet to be determined.
Rating: Pretty general this part, probably not much more than PG the whole thing.
Length: 1894 words this part.
Disclaimer: Not mine.
Author's note: This fic is set between seasons 5 and 6, starting very shortly after The Gift. It deals with issues arising from the death of Buffy and the lack of a new Slayer, which have always bugged me.

Prologue: A difficult letter to write )

Continue to Chapter 1.

Words

Jul. 23rd, 2009 11:01 pm
smhwpf: (Warwick)
Reply to this meme by yelling "Words!" and I will give you five words that remind me of you. Then post them in your LJ and explain what they mean to you.

My five words from [livejournal.com profile] midnightmelody:

Buffy: My number one fandom, favourite TV program of all time, source of stregngth and comforter in times of sorrow! I came into Buffy a little late, first watching it early in 2000 as I was sitting in my room in Dalston channel-hopping, and thought "Well, it sounds rather silly, but I'll give it a try!". The episode was Anne, the season 3 opener when it first showed on the BBC, and I was immediately grabbed by the cleverness of the dialogue, the reality of the characters and the understated nature of both the drama and the humour. I didn't immediately become a devotee, missing odd eps here and there, but I saw the entirety of the second half of season 3, and well before the end of that I was utterly hooked - to my mind that season, that arc, is the most perfect thing Joss has done. (There's been plenty of awesome stuff since then, stuff that in both form and themes goes beyond what was done in S3, more daring and hard-hitting, but in terms of such a long run holding together in such a coherent way and with barely a false note, that still stands out to my mind.)

I didn't join "fandom" until the end of S5, when I just had to know (or at least join in speculation about) what was going to happen and how they might bring Buffy back and so on. I think I went and bought seven tie-in novels the day after, and then started Googling Buffy, and finally encountered the BBC Buffy forum, where I met the wonderful [livejournal.com profile] mara_sho and subsequently many others, and in good time started doing what I'd sworn I never would and reading fanfic, and then writing fanfic, and finally attaining the level of insanity needed to organise Buffy readthroughs.

So yeah, 'tis quite a big thing in my life!

Folk: Music, that is. Well, that's another thing I'm quite a fan of. Probably taken over from classical as my most regular listening, though I'm still very fond of that. Always had it around to some extent, my dad was a busker and much of his repertoire was of a folky nature. Really got hooked though at Iona in 1993 when there were a pair of fair lasses who sang a gorgeous harmonised setting of The Blacksmith of their own devising, and a copy of one of the volumes of "50 songs popular in Ireland". Then on holiday with my dad in his van in Italy I spent much time poring through his copy of Colm O'Lochlainn's Irish Street Ballads and geekily learning as many as possible.

Teaching: I don't do much of it now, but I was an Economics lecturer for four years, and before that in my various postgraduate studies of maths and economics I did a lot of supervisions of undergraduates and problems classes and so forth. In my years as a volunteer with Campaign Against Arms Trade I also supported myself by being an itinerant maths tutor, travelling from house to house giving instruction to various undergraduates.

I seem to be reasonably good at it. The whole explaining complex concepts in comprehensible ways thing. My greatest triumph, I consider, was one of my freelance students whom I tutored throughout his Maths/Comp Sci degree, and who when I started lacked the most basic habits of mathematical thought, but who by the time I'd finished with him got not only a 1st but the mathematics prize for his year and who, even better, had actually started thinking like a mathematician. (He did have an awful lot of lessons, mind. In revision periods I'd sometimes be round his house every day for a week, for 4 or more hours of lessons a day.)

I like some aspects of teaching better than others: the lecturing side (for I like to hear myself talk), and the sort of problem-solving side, dealing with questions and helping students to come to the answers themselves. Not so good at the seminar-leading side, which tends to require more people skills. The other side of teaching I don't miss is, of course, marking, although it occasionally provides entertainment value.

Coffee: There is a saying in the mathematical community that the definition of a mathematician is "a cunning device for turning coffee into theorems". I am with this notion and variations thereupon. Right now I am a device (cunning or not you may judge) for turning coffee into military expenditure data.

Warwick University: My home for eight years! This was in my previous life as a mathematician. I started my undergrad degree there in 1987, then Masters, then PhD, which I gave up after two years and left in 1993 to do voluntary work, but didn't quite work up escape velocity and returned a year later to complete the PhD, before finally leaving for good in 1996.

It was a tough decision between Warwick and Cambridge, which I also got accepted by - the advantage of Warwick was the far greater flexibility of the maths degree, the ability to mix and match with units of other subjects, more after the Scottish and American fashion.

But what can I say about a place that I spent so long at in such formative years, that so moulded who I have been since? They were good years, with their ups and downs of course, met all sorts of people some of whom I'm still in touch with, got involved in all sorts of political, religious and cultural activities, bounced around all manner of ideas, became a Catholic (after my 1st year, having been a Baptist), generally spent far too much time hanging around the Chaplaincy (though it did have a baby hrand piano. And cheap tea and coffee.), ran for President of the Student Union a couple of times, chaired the SU Elections Committee that ran the elections (not in the same years I was standing of course), laughed, cried, loved (most often though not always unrequitedly), stayed up all night playing boardgames and arguing politics and religion, lived for a year in a freezing cold fungus-infested student house, and all manner of other things. Well, not all manner.

Oh, and occasionally did some maths.

So, please do cry "Words" if you would like some.
smhwpf: (Sandman)
OK, so I've recently started making some efforts to follow and understand some of the issues behind Race Fail 09. I've read a fair number of posts by now, obviously one can't read them all, even all the good ones, and probably I've already read more than is good for my work-life-sleep balance. But I must confess to some confusion about an aspect of this debate, which I hope you folks may be able to enlighten me on.

I am probably going to get some stuff wrong in what follows. If so, please do call me on it, and I will do my best not to get defensive and stupid and stuff.

So, Race Fail 09 has also gone, in some circles, by the alternative name of "The Great Cultural Appropriation Debate of DOOM!" However it's clearly not just about cultural appropriation, as numerous people have specifically pointed out, it's about privilege and oppression in general, "colourblindness", stereotyping and racial tropes in literature, and much, much more. But what I'm trying to get a handle on is just what is meant by the aspect of it that is "Cultural Appropriation".

The detailed discussion )

Soooo.... to cut a long story short... what do y'all understand by the term "Cultural Appropriation"? When is it a problem? How does one avoid it?

Buffycamp

Mar. 10th, 2009 10:47 pm
smhwpf: (Buffy fan)
Got back from Buffycamp last night. LJ started playing up just when I came to post!

So, another successful Buffycamp, this time very smoothly organised by [livejournal.com profile] emperor. 16 of us, a bit fewer than last time, and some new faces, certainly to Buffycamp. I think [livejournal.com profile] midnightmelody, who played a snarkily spot-on Cordelia, was the only one I was meeting for the first time.

We did Season 2 + OMWF this time - I wasn't a Scoob or Major Recurring this time, but had a rather cool portfolio of evil and morally dubious guest characters, including Ethan Rayne, Chris (the science nerd in Some Assembly Required), Richard (the more obviously obnoxious frat boy in Reptile Girl) and, creepiest of all, Ted. I don't tend to get many evil parts, so it was a fun and interesting change. (Though I did feel quite polluted after playing Ted and had to change out of the suit I wore for it immediately afterwards. And will probably have to burn it.)

I got Xander in OMWF, which was what I was angling for having played Spike the first time we did it several years back. (And given that Giles is rather too high for my range.) And it meant I got to sing and dance with [livejournal.com profile] ashfae which was another major plus. (We keep being related at readthroughs either as partners or she's my mother or I'm her father... and this is getting Freudian.)

A very enjoyable readthrough, and everyone was fabulous. A bit of a slow start I felt, but after a few episodes the core Scoobs ([livejournal.com profile] gnimmel as Buffy, [livejournal.com profile] sain_bano as Willow, [livejournal.com profile] purplepiano as Xander, [livejournal.com profile] midnightmelody as Cordy, [livejournal.com profile] strongtrousers as Giles and [livejournal.com profile] emperor as Angel) started to gel more and more and got some good momentum going, and then things really took off after Angel turned, with the sparks serously flying between [livejournal.com profile] gnimmel and [livejournal.com profile] emperor.

Ah, and mention must be made of [livejournal.com profile] wildeabandon's Snyder - which, well as he said you can't actually do better than imitating Armen Shimmerman for that, and he did a darned good job of doing just that!

As always, [livejournal.com profile] mostly_a_cat will provide photos.
smhwpf: (First Slayer)
More from Tales of the First. Series starts here.

By Sam Perlo-Freeman
Beta Editor: [livejournal.com profile] mara_sho - to whom many thanks!
Disclaimer: All belongs to Joss!

Family

I am the Slayer.

I once was someone else.

I had a name, a home, a family.

I don’t remember them; or if I do,
They are as someone else’s memories,
Some other girl, some other life.

My name is Slayer. To those I hunt,
My name is Death. I need no other.

My home is night, where’er night’s creatures lurk.

I have no family… no, that’s not so.

Ten thousand sisters barely dreamed of,
Fleeting motes of destiny that flash
Before my eyes as I sleep or as I fight.

Yet we are bound as tight as life to death.

Bored

The Slayer sighed. She sat by her fire, spinning her stake in the air and catching it.

No vampires for seven nights. And the last few had been over with the blood barely beginning to heat within her veins. A few punches, a kick to throw them off balance, a stake. Dust.

She thought back fondly to the last proper fight she’d had. R’Nillvra and her minions, a dozen of them, down by the Great River. She’d felt so… alive.

That was months ago.

She sighed again, stood up and paced around then sat back down.

She was so bored.
smhwpf: (Buffy Restless)
Another in the Tales of the First series about the First Slayer, beginning with Tales of the First: The Calling. All TotF entries may be found here.

Tales of the First: The Suitors

By Sam Perlo-Freeman
Beta editor: [livejournal.com profile] mara_sho - to whom many thanks!
Characters: The First Slayer, three suitors.
Pairings: Well that would kinda be a spoiler, under the circumstances.
Rating: PG13 (heavy on the gore)
Word count: 2,263.
Disclaimer: The Slayer always belongs to Joss.

It is related... )
smhwpf: (First Slayer)
After a long hiatus - another Tale of the First. This fic forms part of a series of fics about the First Slayer, which begin with Tales of the First: The Calling, which should preferably be read first. The others, which do not necessarily need to be read in order are:

Tales of the First: The Desert
TotF: The City
TotF: The Desert, reprise
TotF: The Endless

Tales of the First – the Lion

By Sam Perlo-Freeman
Beta editor: [livejournal.com profile] mara_sho - to whom many thanks! Also many thanks to [livejournal.com profile] mirabehn who beta'd an earlier version.
Characters: The First Slayer, some lions.
Pairings: Given the above, ew?
Rating: PG
Word count: 1,823.
Disclaimer: The character of the First Slayer and the universe depicted are the creation of Joss Whedon & Mutant Enemy. I’m just borrowing them!

Here, kitty )

More to follow.
smhwpf: (Sandman)
A crossover ficlet! This one is sort of in the TotF series, in that it deals with the calling of the First Slayer (event hough she's not actually in it!), but can be read very much as a stand-alone, and does not depend on the others in the series.

Tales of the First - The Endless

By Sam Perlo-Freeman

Genre: Crossover - BtVS/Endless
Rating: PG
Characters: The Endless, the chief of the Shadow Men.
Disclaimer: The world of the Vampire Slayer and all to do with it was created by Joss Whedon and Mutant Enemy. The characters of the Endless are the creation of Neil Gaiman. I'm just mixing them together!

Thanks once again to [livejournal.com profile] mara_sho for the beta.

Tales of the First - The Endless )
smhwpf: (First Slayer)
A brief interlude ficlet in the Tales of the First series here - to be followed by another stand-alone ficlet, and hoepfully something more substantial before long.

Title: Tales of the First - the Desert (reprise)
Characters: The First Slayer
Pairings: None
Rating: PG
Disclaimer: Based on the characters and world created by Joss Whedon and Mutant Enemy in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. No violation of copyright intended, and no profit made.
Notes: This fic is one of a series of connected stories under the heading Tales of the First. This one follows on immediately from Tales of the First - the City. The series begins with Tales of the First - the Calling.

Many thanks to [livejournal.com profile] mara_sho for the beta.

Back to the desert )

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