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by:NOX BELLCOW     2019-11-11
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About New York gallery MZ city art-
This is New York baby!
New York has always been a "paradise" for art, pop art, abstract art, modern art, and I hope to find the latest new talent.
The factory is the source of inspiration for Andy Warhol, and monkdoz is the source of inspiration for Bob Hogg and Marina Hadley.
In New York, especially at the MZ city art company, talent is living well and their new name and Andy will love it.
Today's contemporary art is determined by the efforts of mzcity art.
They are considered the most innovative Gallery in New York because they have left their mark on the palette with many international artists in the world.
Discover extraordinary!
Yes, it is the best gallery in New York and has received a variety of national and international artists. Talent abounds.
What is the best gallery in New York?
Best International gallery?
City Art Limited
I am represented by MZ City Art Co. , Ltd.
Also, I watched a few shows with them, and the last one was called "flashing meat ".
I showed my painting on canvas "original 1" an oil painting of 62x75 and two small pieces.
My work is on display again in March 5.
For the first time, I met Robert Hogg (Bob), the gallery owner of monkdoz online ). We met pre-Monkdogz.
Bob contacted me via email and we have been friends since then.
Bob Hogg and Marina Hadley opened up monkdoz after sending him an email for a year, maybe a year and a half. Soo excellent!
Do you want to wear some art?
Be sure to check out all the beautiful things to wear with the artist's itinerary.
Beautiful tops designed from Monet, Van Gogh and Picasso.
Open music-
Mystery silence must be heard! July 17th -
City Art LimitedKathy Ostman-Randy Thurman -
Randy Thurman is an artist, musician, composer, poet, writer, etc.
Live and work in rural southeast Tennessee.
Jay Etkin Gallery is just a few examples.
Randy's music tours around the United States and London, Belgium and Australia.
"There are two kinds of people in the world, and I am not. \" --Babe Ribot-
"Once asleep telas so histrias, misturam imagens, escritas, core e cdigos, descrevem viajens e experincias estranho e magntico olhar com well. . . Kathy Ostman-Magnusen -
In each of my paintings, my goal is to "feel their breath ".
Let everyone show their vision or message
I was often surprised as they showed up & I met who they were.
Then I realized who "they" were and defined me as well.
I hope that my paintings and sculptures will be connected with you, their audience, to give you the information you need to convey your own heart.
Long-time Austin artist Joyce DiBona will be one of 14 artists on display from July 17-20 to August 6 at the monkdoz City Art Center in New York City.
City art monkdoz is located in the heart of Chelsea, New York City.
"History determines the occasional window of opportunity in the art world.
In the 1930 s, artists such as William de Coning and Jackson Pollock provided a platform for a couple to showcase their work in New York City.
Reception is important all over the world.
Again, in the early 1970 s, like Andy Warhol, Jean-
Michelle basquiut and Keith Halin are given the same opportunity.
We believe that this window will open again as we enter the 21 st century, but this time it will be more international.
The world today is largely a global village.
Distance, time zone, and different languages are no longer barriers to what used to be. \" www. monkdogz.
Art Basel 2008, Miami: December 4-
Joyce DiBona will work with Pietro Franesi to install for Basel Art Miami 2008.
Basel Art Miami Beach is the most important art exhibition in the United States and the cultural and social highlight of the Americas.
As a sister event in the Swiss Art Basel, this is the world's most prestigious art exhibition in the past 38 years, basel Art Miami Beach combines international top galleries with exciting special exhibitions, parties and cross-cutting events featuring music, movies, architecture and design.
2009 New York Biennale: September 27Ms.
DiBona will once again work with Pietro Franesi, art director, New York Biennale 2009, to participate in a permanent exhibition project "Deus Vult ". James M.
Glass is the medium that inspires my passion.
My interest in glass began with my years at Peltier glass, Ottawa, Illinois. S. A.
There, I learned about the versatility and creative potential glass offers.
The possibilities are actually infinite.
My abstract work in glass is the improvisation I seek form and emotion.
I hope the work looks "vivid ".
"I think this is the shift of my life energy to glass.
This is what I want others to see and feel.
The shape I create transports my consciousness from the direct outer world to the inner realm of symbols and emotions.
In my subconscious mind, my work is there to derive its meaning. Eriksson-
Bjorn Eriksen is a mature artist born in 1957.
At the age of seven, he was fascinated by Picasso's "glenica," in which his spirit was shaped into a trembling and sad young man with a candle in his hand, there is also an injured horse, seeing a cruel bull, symbolizing the dominant oppression power of our time, killing the future formed when children are born.
As a result, the mother shouted sorrow and anger at the Bull's face.
The horse is a flying horse of art, Eriksson has disappeared and he has never returned.
Can you stand by your time? Yes! You can.
You can stay neutral.
But how can you make anything other than decorative and abstract geometric art.
This is enough.
But Eriksson also feels something: it's about sticking to the light and not giving up the reality --
Difficult though.
The man who fought with the bull on the back of the flying horse must have died on the ground, but with a small flower in his hand.
His artistic creation was successful.
How does Eriksson's flowers look?
His style of painting is very expressive.
It consists of lonely faces. No wonder.
But they refused to give up.
Some people hide behind masks.
It's hard to show yourself.
A man looked at the sky and said, "I don't care ".
But that's not enough for most of his faces. cont. Karina Sala -
She was born in Buenos, Argentina, and her educational and career highlights began in 1972 with her early art activities at the sculpture studio owned by Maria Rosa Frigerio, where she stayed for two years
After that, she worked in the studio of Jorge demijian for six years.
She studied at the University of escoola Belas Altus pridiano puyredon as a professor of painting.
For more than two years, she and Carlos tribieri have studied painting techniques in askassin estemulo de Bella Altes.
She attended several workshops and art history courses.
In 2004, she obtained the world's top knowledge directly from the art Kingdom, Paris, France. Betina Jung -
Bettina Zheng is an abstract painter who depicts energetic forms in direct, primitive and intense personal ways.
Elements of energy, women, hidden bodies and stage moments.
There is often more than one center of composition --
Because it is made of many coatings.
You couldn't see it all at first.
You have to look closely and find out what is in front of you. -Jonathan. 17 May -
Artist couple Jonna Pedersen and Bjrn Eriksen showed off their shiny collaboration
Operation of the new exhibition.
The city is there, and the people are there.
Buildings and bodies
People meet, separate, buildings surround all of this and become meaningful scenes.
This is to take-
Go to Galleri Jrgen stergaard and Kunstpakhuset in Ikast, Denmark to attend the exhibitions invited by Jonna Pedersen and Bjrn Eriksen.
The two artists are essentially different.
Classic performance and strong.
Jonna Pedersen's modern style has a confident feel for the language hidden on the front.
However, they met somewhere in the painting.
In the alliance between the inside and the outside of existence.
103 selected artists from 56 countries including Jonna Pedersen. Over 500 works. 2006.
232 color pages.
Price tag: (USD): $69.
Sell books through Barnes and Noble, Borders, Amazon-A-Wan and Wal-Mart-Mart.
Marcus Van Sost.
Marcus is always looking for a universal language that describes his inner desire for painting as his ultimate passion. . .
From the inspiration of life and the strange times in which he found himself a part of it.
He was born and raised in The Hague and has been expressing himself through his art since he was big enough. . .
Marcus wants to change the onlookers and lift them out of reality through his work. . .
Multiple dimensions are intertwined to create a psychedelic nature, which is depicted together by mystics and humor. . .
The painting contains a mysterious color that will always exist, allowing us to enter his surreal dimension reluctantly.
Marcus sees each new painting as a new challenge;
Everything is possible in his opinion. . .
Although both of Marcus's paintings are different, his undeniable style is never recognizable through his dreams --like reality. . .
The language he speaks weaves a story of modern symbolism, focusing on his explosive use of color. . . Steve Reinhart7\'-0\" x 18\'-
Over the years, artists have passed on their messages by using recognizable shapes and forms, depicting their interpretation of everyday objects, themes, and countless landscapes.
The scenery of Vincent van Gogh is truly original, and so is the scenery of Monet;
Everyone has their own unique personality, features and purpose.
However, no matter how artists use forms and shapes to create their objects, one thing remains the same all the time.
Some people choose to abstract their shapes, but artists still use recognizable shapes to some extent to represent specific images. Status quo.
Most people look at art for what they can recognize, and artists usually insist on drawing something familiar to attract the interest of the audience.
For example, a bright summer day is depicted as a blue sky and a yellow sun.
We are familiar with these shapes and composition, so all the artist has left us is --
It's a bright summer day. Status quo.
If all recognizable shapes, forms, and composition are excluded from painting, can the viewer experience the same bright summer days?
More importantly, can an artist represent a specific place or object without using the form?
Even abstract?
This is my place of art.
I chose to remove all forms and recognizable shapes and traditional tools (brushes) from my work and create a place or mood, even an image, by using colors. Freedom. Noel Dorado-
Noel Dorado is a very talented Paris designer whose skills include tailor-made for the monarchy of Luxembourg or Air France, the opening of a gallery of paintings, carvings or styling, he designed a collection of jewellery for famous French jewelers and cosmetics for companies like Christian Dior, Jean Paul Gauthier and LVMH.
While opening another gallery in Chelsea may not initially be more newsworthy than opening another Duane Read pharmacy or Starbucks in Midtown, for an exhibition space, it's unusual to arrive at the scene with what's ready.
A roster of artists, each of their works is unique, but also shows a consistent vision of the community.
This is the case with Monkdogz city art, which opened on March 11 in a bustle of 547 West 27 th Street, and on the basis of the opening exhibition, held an international group exhibition, it is expected to continue to be an unpredictable stop for Chelsea.
Bob Hogg is an unstoppable enthusiast who, like David karaddin, has cut the hair style of Jean Ginne prison and made most of the conversation for the two, and ha blinks gracefully, occasionally interrupting a distorted wit that is always right for the goal.
Often, she lists the assets of her partner and says, "Bob is a very compassionate, loving, honest and honest person.
He has a strong passion for art and artists and wants to provide the necessary encouragement to all artists who believe in the integrity of their work.
Bob himself is an artist, which means that he truly understands the power and pressure that affects working artists.
Jean mark calve began painting, and life at that time was in the form of a serious crisis transformed into redemption and rebirth.
Without training, he stumbled upon the necessity of drawing.
It not only saved him, but also changed his life.
Art is his catharsis, and his evolution is amazing.
For him, it is about the madness of driving evil from his past, slapping the dirty truth of life on the canvas.
He draws 14 hours a day, seven days a week, and now lives in Nicaragua.
Jean mark calve came to New York with Pandora's human box
Created the grace of monsters and redemption;
It is destined to produce a combination of explosive visual art experiences.
Calvert talks about his art.
This is a wonderful insight into Jean Marc Calvet's creative thinking. If I were there. .
Notes on the story below the New York Monkdogz program "flash meat. . .
I wasn't there for the opening ceremony, but I wrote what it would look like if I had it.
I have never been to New York. . .
This may surprise some people.
My art is there and I am represented in New York by the City Art of munkdugiz.
I have a few shows there, but I have never been to New York again for various reasons.
I tend to share more self than I should be healthy, but I think eventually some people are just as insecure about themselves as I am.
Finally, to be honest, we are no different from each other.
Success depends on your overall view of life. Someday. . .
I will travel to New York.
"There's a tree in Brooklyn. . .
It's not hard to pack, I only carry important things, a leaf on the tree to remind me where I am from.
But I expect more. .
There must be more.
Some travel is what people are looking for, but I have not experienced it. I am one of them.
My plane to New York will be late but it comes and I can't stop myself crying.
A dream came true and all the people looking for land far away had hope, but they never talked loudly.
No matter what reward you receive from those silent souls, it is usually hidden in the box labeled "no return.
A box full of adhesive tape that bundles gifts and treasures, is released only in dark spaces, and is entirely one person.
"I am meeting my creative side face to face so as not to lose its resilience," I said in my mind.
"Oh, the fragile path, it's time to stop and breathe these desires.
It's time to take out your paint, splash their blood from head to toe, lick away the complaints of the injured, and give comfort, because they are you ". I cried again. . .
"That's why you're here, and it takes you thousands of days to feel your value.
My goal was achieved and I stood in front of my shadow with a picture on the wall.
I realize that it is worth more than my objections in the past, and I just want to comfort myself.
I came across one of my emotions, and the scent of it became the charm I had been looking.
I stood in front of my painting and my painting gave me an approved smile.
Did you bring the book?
"I heard a voice coming behind me.
Instead of turning to see the face from where the sound came, I closed my eyes and felt the essence from its breath.
I think it's like a bird resting on my shoulder after the flight.
I do have this book.
I took it from my pocket and in the process I carefully dropped all the leaves to the ground. \"OH NO!
\ "I opened my eyes and saw their green texture on the tile I was standing on.
"However, I will find my way home again!
However, will I remember those tombs from all my grief, remind me from where I come from! ?
The door of the gallery opened and the wind blew in.
It picks up the leaves and lets them start dancing.
I can only look incredibly.
They seem to be both happy and indifferent to me.
I want to collect them again, put them in their place, ask them to stay and do as they were told.
The next thing I knew was that they rushed straight out of the door, got on the elevator and walked into the street.
I waved my arms blindly, screamed and ran wildly.
I don't know who I am without them.
Will I find my soul again, however?
I watched the leaves swim in the free water.
Will you understand later?
I'm not sure. I'm alone.
I walked back to the gallery. .
I felt a shadow but I lost too many loved ones to search for its eyes.
I stood in front of my paintings crying again.
Mysterious is the voice of the past, again behind me, it began to sing.
It was soft and gentle and there was something that made me feel comfortable and I wanted to stay there forever.
I closed my eyes and bowed my head to breathe music into my ears.
I feel it's there, breathe on my neck and kiss my shoulder.
Open your eyes and hold the book in your hand, I know there is a question to ask the melody of the character behind me.
I heard myself say loudly, "What should I do?
My tokens, my history has left me and I don't have any more leaves to remind me.
The melody did reply to the kiss on my shoulder, "you don't need them anymore, no longer regret it.
No longer waiting for life to begin, and no longer waiting for a promise that there is no reward for places you have never been.
In every journey you are about to go out to meet, there are fresh leaves on every tree.
I turned around and looked at the picture.
At first I was confused about what I saw, but I accepted that the sound I saw came from me.
I fulfilled my value, admitted the relief of letting go, and knew it was just the beginning.
"I cried because the process of being a woman was painful.
I cried because I will cry less from now on.
I cried because I had lost my pain and I was not used to its absence yet.
Put the book on the floor below my drawing and still keep it open to the words I have understood many times and I know exactly what she means.
Then I took off all my clothes and left the book behind and entered the world outside. Kathy Ostman-
Musso was elected Randy Thurman, London's best musician this month. etc.
Southeast Tennesseefew.
London, Belgium and Australia.
The world, I am not. \" --MAY 12 -Otoliths -
"NOTM" barebrush. com -
Planned by Robert W.
Artist Pierce BuryExhibition -MARCH 30 -
Island Park in front of the Bay-
Below is the work of artist and gallery owner Robert Hogg. Isn't Bob cool? ! ! ! !
Xfusionism is an art form or concept that combines abstract, expressive, surreal, new
Expressionist, outsider, Brutt, or Aboriginal art, then X.
Leave their main components behind their spirit and create a completely unique art form.
Andy Warhol and Jean
Embrace the true art of tragedy
Must Art know about tragedy?
Art needs tragedy, okay?
I used to paint only sad things and write sad things. . .
Because I'm sad.
People ask me why everything I draw is so sad.
What is happy and interesting?
To some extent, I still believe that it is painful to be happy without some kind of tragedy.
People are looking for true and honest emotions, but they tend to be afraid of it when they find it.
Does this remind them of something? Or. . . ?
Art is in a way separate from my daily goals-to make my life happy.
I wish I could tell you what that means to me. .
This also confused me. Yet. .
If you go to the movies, will you expect some sort of drama that the hero enters?
I think, perhaps, the excavation of the past has brought those dramas, the dark, perhaps Gothic, to create art with passion.
Every day must be filled with the search for happiness and embrace the side we enter into a livable world. . .
Lest we become like Zelda or Camille Crowder, swallowed up by the gifts we try to embrace. OH!
All the art of fragile dichotomy! And you?
Do you agree with me?
I think I'm satisfied, or a completely different position?
After all. . .
Pictures of all the scenery, fruits and other things. Tell me. . .
Must Art know about tragedy?
Sebastian AURILLON-
Sbstien is an emerging French artist living in Manhattan in his 30 s.
His work shows us the clear edge symbol and the geometry of the opaque bright color.
He created an eternal vision of simplicity and optimism that made us happy and excited without surprising us.
His work is bold and subtle at the same time.
In Le Jardin Botanique (below), sbassien explores a loose side of himself and his feelings, one in terms of the uniformity of geometry and balance shapes
As the flowers come into contact with their personality, the composition has more life and more courage.
Sbstien is here away from symbolism and really heats up through this work, stretching to form all contact with the sky.
Le Jardin Botanique also shows a look that is far from mechanical and shows another direction for the easy attempt of sbstien.
To demonstrate his visual interpretation, he created his own technology and tools.
To get some kind of texture-free result, he only uses the roller and prepares the canvas with masking tape.
He enhanced the color by wrapping them in hard-edged black lines.
Artist: Kathy OsmanSize: 9-
Description: "Original Block Party 1" is part of an ongoing selfie work.
It's one of four sets in one set.
Can also be purchased separately. http://www. barebrush.
Com/artist/alb43 e. Kathy Ostman-
City Art Limited
Open more music!
Open more music!
When you appreciate my footage of monkdoch and their artists.
Why should I put this on you?
Ah, because hopefully we do walk on the wild side as artists trying to find the part that we felt was missing before.
Lou Reid is part of the Andy Warhol gang at the factory.
She was born in Buenos, Argentina, and her educational and career highlights began in 1972 with her early art activities at the sculpture studio owned by Maria Rosa Frigerio, where she stayed for two years
After that, she worked in the studio of Jorge demijian for six years.
She studied at the University of escoola Belas Altus pridiano puyredon as a professor of painting.
For more than two years, she and Carlos tribieri have studied painting techniques in askassin estemulo de Bella Altes.
She attended several workshops and art history courses.
In 2004, she obtained the world's top knowledge directly from the art Kingdom, Paris, France.
Please note that one or two of the art shown can be offensive. But! !
This is a great video! !
Half the money is spent on feeling New York at night.
You will feel the buzz and rush, the lights and the person you are in charge.
The other is to see art, artists and onlookers at the munkdoz Gallery.
One special thing I like to watch this video is to watch it up close
Karina Sarah.
You can feel her heart. . .
I have a connection with it.
See if you feel the same way.
Monkdogz's model artists showcase their work in the world's most unique "Flying Club", the British Airways Concorde Room at JFK International Airport in New York.
Concorde room was designed by the architectural and design practices of CD partner Sir Terence Conran, the Concorde Room designed for the final jet at JFK Airport in New York.
Like Concorde itself, the lounge is a classic design.
Each piece of furniture is a celebration of the 20th-century design, from the recliner in cobussiye to the Matthew Hilton armchair, from the Irene Gray bibendamm chair to the Charles Ames reclinerResonance -
January 17, 2007-
Burn old letters.
Magnet made of ice
Rest in my Lily's peace.
I don't know if she knows. in time.
I'm still looking.
And others.
Make yourself feel complete again.
How dare she? How could I?
No one else.
Not for a long time.
I am not allowed into the garden.
Her loyalty needs to be taken advantage. Kathy Osman
The picture is mine. . .
Most of the places I post are 89, 99 or sometimes 29 years old. . .
As you can see from my pictures, I am not the people of those ages. . . tee hee! James M. James M.
Armstrong is a sculptor and painter living in the Midwest.
"Glass is the medium that inspires my passion.
My interest in glass began with my years at Peltier glass, Ottawa, Illinois. S. A.
There, I learned about the versatility and creative potential glass offers.
The possibilities are actually infinite.
My abstract work in glass is the improvisation I seek form and emotion.
I hope the work looks vivid.
I think this is the process of transferring my life energy to the glass.
This is what I want others to see and feel.
The shape I create transports my consciousness from the direct outer world to the inner realm of symbols and emotions.
In the subconscious, my work is there to derive its meaning.
James M Armstrong
James performed last year at the infamous British Airways Concord Hall at Kennedy Airport, a monkdoch show.
He also performed in Chicago on a show hosted by the Chicago Federation of artists at Iron Studios.
October in 2007Busy man! ! \"Zephyr\" -COMING SOON!
\ "Zephyr \" from July 17-20 to August 6. Randy Thurman -Babe Ribot-Kathy Ostman-Magnusen -James M. Eriksson-Karina Sala -Betina Jung --Jonathan.
The artist link in the link list is as follows, please be sure to check!
The image is the work of artist and musician Randy Thurman.
About Kathy Ottoman
The "original series" is about a woman, me, not a woman in her teens or even 20 s, and it addresses issues that are important to many women. Am I sexy? Am I pretty?
Do I have confidence in myself?
Am I free to explore ideas once hidden?
So many questions are for myself, and hopefully for other women of my age, or women of any age.
I won't disappear just because I'm not 20, 30 or 40 years old. . wow.
This is how it feels sometimes. Strange.
Understand our spiritual notes under the veil of who we are, what kind of woman we want us to be, or who we think we have lost, being embraced by me under the coat of all women.
The exploratory side;
Embrace my own desires, not only to understand them, but also to discover what they are!
So many feelings have been pushed down for various reasons and become fortuitous because society claims they should feel uncomfortable.
After the age of 40, it seems crazy to find any original feeling. But why?
This is my final conclusion, I think.
As many women grow older, they tend to feel like they are gone. I am one.
Through the whole series that I am working on, I have seen my heart and found the essence of sexy, that is, women;
Hear tiny cries from those emotions hidden in myself, and let them see that the light of the day is sweet!
This is not defined as sexy by others, let others decide my fate in my feelings about myself. .
It's about me accepting who I am and having the confidence to show it all on the canvas.
Not only can you see it, but you can embrace it and shine in it.
I want to get to know more about my own sexual orientation and find everything I 've always wanted to know.
I want to understand the passion that I am eager to paint and understand what these emotions are.
Passion has the feeling of violence, it is powerful, it survived the aggression.
I don't want to draw passive art. .
I want to feel the obsession with desire in its original and original pursuit.
In passion, you will find a bold and bold, filled with tempting ambitions that will allow you to seize the heart that will force you to cross the sign of a bystander, you may be told the place to be vigilant.
Standing next to passion is impossible to feel indifferent.
I don't paint the scenery hanging on someone's sofa, the painting is to let the mind rest?
I want to paint a feeling that cannot be ignored.
I want to stir up the mood of the audience and myself.
My goal is not to feel nothing, but a sunny day or quiet, shiny trinkets that are placed on the wall and can go away.
I want to draw some women with feelings.
When I define it, I paint myself and revel in the fact that I have become complete through the journey of self-reflection.
I want to portray strength, sex, pain, strength, a force that produces a reaction, an emotional quality.
I don't want to paint the sky, I want to paint the dominant position of the wind, the wind feels the sky on the skin in the form of a woman.
I pick up the brush or clay between my fingers and consider some sort of wariness, a confident attitude that satisfies my need to form energy outside of myself, and I welcome it to join.
I draw or carve until I hear their breath and their breath becomes my own.
When I tried to define the energy, I drew myself, and it was really my own sex and the energy of all women, whether or not they accepted this part of themselves. Monkdogz says. . .
History determines the occasional window of opportunity in the art world.
In the 1930 s, artists such as William de Coning and Jackson Pollock provided a platform for a couple to showcase their work in New York City.
Reception is important all over the world.
Again, in the early 1970 s, like Andy Warhol, Jean-
Michelle basquiut and Keith Halin are given the same opportunity.
We believe that the window opens again when we enter 2007, but this time it is a more international window.
The world today is largely a global village.
Distance, time zone, and different languages are no longer barriers to what used to be.
Now, the Internet makes it easy for us to bring the world to us.
This photo is from James Armstrong's "vertical rise" show in last March.
April 21, 2007 with Huroshi yuanteng, Asja Zhen, Betina Zhen, Pascale Thierfelder Nubret and William.
What is your happiness? Hummmm?
We all have good and evil about art. . .
What kind of art do you like best?
Who is the artist? Check \'em out! Another: Barebrush.
Com is one of the links I provided below.
It features nude art or nude art.
Many artists belong to Barebrush Monkdogz for me.
Some of my works to attend the exhibition with the city art of munkdugiz are on the Barebrush website.
I posted it randomly. PLEASE NOTE!
BAREBRUSH is a nude art site, and some of the art presented on MONKDOGZ may be offensive to some viewers. . . OK?
Keep this in mind if you are easily offended. HUGS!
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