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    July 2, 2013

    Alaska Orca Beach Nature Walk

    Filed under: Podcasts,Text Posts — Wil @ 12:52 am

    if you’ve never been to Alaska, this is as close as you’ll come to going. along with Denise’s pictures, we have some audio for this nature walk we did on September 3, 2007. this file is probably one of the longest podcasts we ever put out. it lasts 3 hours 23 minutes. if you don’t want the audio, Denise will take you on a tour with her pictures and text. if you do want the audio, download it here!

    Update: I’ve been waiting for Denise to find time to put up her pics of the nature walk, but now those pics are trapped on a drive that is dead. As soon as we get it fixed, I’ll see if I can get her to start on a gallery of our walk.

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    December 24, 2008

    Our 2008 Christmas Letter

    Filed under: Text Posts,The Blog itself — Wil @ 6:36 pm

    Also posted on Bohica and Jobina

    Dear Friends and Family,
    I hope this finds you well. It has been a very challenging time for us since we moved to St. Petersburg, FL. Wil was hired in October, 2006 to relocate here and work for Freedom Scientific, a company that makes a screen reader, JAWS, and other blind and low vision products. I left my job of twenty years with Richmond County DFCS at the end of March 2007 to move the house down here. It took almost a year and Congressman Young’s assistance to get my Social Security disability started; but it finally did. Wil was laid off from his job in May, and thank God, is receiving Unemployment. It is very hard for a blind man to find a job in today’s economy; but he looks every day. We went to Albany, NY to help friends, Kristen and Jeff, while she had and recuperated from reconstructive foot surgery. They have an eight year old and a seventeen month old. We were able to check out the area and were impressed. Going from Florida days of 90 degrees to New York days of 60 degrees was a nice change. Wil has been approved for 55b employment in New York State; but there are no open positions at this time. Wil thinks he will love the cold weather up there; but I don’t think I will like that at all.
    Wil had some digestive problems in New York that got progressively worse. He refused to go to the ER up there as we have no medical insurance. The day after we arrived home, we went to our doctor; and he was sent straight to the hospital as he had lost 23 pounds in September. On October 3rd, his colon perforated and he had emergency surgery (6pm) to totally remove his colon and perform and ileostomy. He remained hospitalized until the 14th. He bled out on the 17th, had to go to the hospital by ambulance, and was released again on the 23rd. A repeat occurred again on October 30th and he was released on November 3rd (for good this time). By God’s grace and much support, love, and prayers from everyone, he survived the whole ordeal. It was a very scary time not knowing if I was going to loose him. He lost from 209 to 160 pounds; but now has gained 21 and will be able to weight train again after the New Year. We have not been able to have children, so I tease him about delivering a baby stoma. Therefore, he named it Jake.
    There has been some good here. We like the St. Petersburg area as it has an excellent bus system. Despite the summer heat, between November and May, it is awesome to have the windows open and be outside. I enjoy swimming for 9 months out of the year. We have everything we need in walking or bus distance. It is tops for blindness independence. I would have to say that the best thing that has happened here is that we introduce Theresa to Wil’s previous co-worker, John; and they married on November 28th. It is nice having her living here.
    Titan and Max (Golden Retriever Leader Dogs) are doing great!! They are happy as long as they are with us. Max missed Wil badly while he was in the hospital. Wil was so sick that Max only got to visit a couple of times. This is the only time I have ever known Max to act out by pooping on the carpet (always after he heard his daddy’s voice over the phone). Poor boy! He couldn’t find him. Both boys worked very little during the whole ordeal; but neither forgot how to work. Titan turned 8 this year and Max will turn 6 later this month. The time sure does fly!
    We wish you all the best this Christmas and a great New Year to come.
    Love,
    Denise, Wil, Titan, & Max

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    May 4, 2008

    The ’24’ Drinking Game – Accessible Format

    Filed under: Text Posts — Tags: — Denise @ 12:02 am

    Wil and I first learned of the ’24’ drinking game on our favorite Augusta radio station, WCHZ – 95 Rock.  DJ’s Jordan Zeh and Michelle Mitchell talked about it on their show following the airing of the previous night’s episode.  Wil went perusing the web and found the rules for the ‘real’ ’24’ drinking game at http://www.ringthis.com/tv_drinking_games/24.php.  Wil and I believe that there are many ’24’ fans in the blink community.  As a token of our sense of community mindedness, we have adapted the ’24’ drinking game so that blinks and squints alike can enjoy its full benefits – getting totally shit faced in sixty minutes.  By the end of each episode most players probably can’t tell you when the fuck it all took place.

    Rules for Blind ’24’ Drinking Game:  We stick mostly to the one swallow/drink per incident in order to refrain from puking on our shoes or shitting down our legs before the end of the episode.  If you take huge gulping swallows like Wil, you only get one per incident.  If you take small gulps like me, you get two.  You will find that one huge and two smalls will have the beers empty at the same time.

    Take a drink in response to hearing the following words and phrases:  Now, Jack Bauer, terrorist, damn it, son of a bitch, do you understand me, let me see your hands, Jack says please, and a catastrophic event is alluded to (ie.- hundreds of people could die, multitude of lives are at stake, etc…)

    Take a drink whenever there is a split screen.  There is an audible cue for each time a split screen appears or changes to another split screen.  This audible cue makes this program feature especially accessible for the blind.  It’s as if the ’24’ creators had us in mind when producing the program.

    Take a drink when Jack Bauer defies orders from anyone; kills anyone (if you can tell that he really is the killer); and threatens to or actually does inflict bodily harm on anyone (my favorites being threatening to cut out the eyes of Walt Cummings and putting the plastic bag over Graham’s head) .  

    Two drink/swallow Exceptions:  A referece is made to Terri (Bauer’s dead wife) and David Palmer’s assassination; when a main character dies; when a supporting character from a previous season shows up (ie. – Nina, Charles Logan, Audrey Raines); when CTU goes into lock down status; and when the main villain changes.

    At least in the blink community, we don’t ever have to worry about drinking and driving.  As for you sighted light slaves, give up the car keys and pass out on the floor after the show.  Enjoy!!!

    Enjoy the audio in this file from a drinking game we did recently.

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    April 22, 2008

    Living On The Edge Radio News

    Filed under: Text Posts — Wil @ 12:15 pm

    For an update to a new internet radio station coming soon, check out the Living On the Edge Radio page. All will be revealed there.

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    February 29, 2008

    Spanking Raises Chances of Risky Deviant Sexual Behavior

    Filed under: Text Posts — Wil @ 3:52 pm

    Wil – Does me getting spanked explain my fucked up nature as an adult? Possibly!

    Deinse – Speak for yourself, Pervert!!!

    Here is an article talking about spanking, but it is against it. I’ll quote the relivant lines and add our comments. First, the URL for the article.

    Researchers have uncovered another damaging consequence of spanking: risky sexual behaviors, or even sexual deviancy, when the child grows up.

    Wil – What? that’s damaging to me? So what if I like a little smacking every now and then!

    Denise – Sheeittt!!!  I think there is an underlying gene of perversion in the DNA make up that has absolutely nothing to do with spanking.

    “This adds one more harmful side effect to spanking,” said Murray Straus, a spanking expert who was expected to present the findings of four studies at the American Psychological Association’s Summit on Violence and Abuse in Relationships in Bethesda, Md., on Thursday.

    Wil – I don’t think spanking is harmful at all. today parents are taught to reason with their kids. You cannot reason with a two year old! Ain’t gonna happen! Let me guess, sending a kid to time out will make them more anti-social?

    Denise – We have way too many parents today who are ultra permissive.

    “My hope is to convince my colleagues that they ought to put this in their textbooks,” said Straus, co-director of the Family Research Laboratory at the University of New Hampshire, in Durham. “It’s amazing. Something experienced by all American kids gets an average of half a page in child development textbooks, and not a single one comes to the conclusion that parents should never spank.”

    Wil – That is correct. it is a necessary form of punishment that should still be used in schools. people bitch about religion being taken out of the school, but doesn’t say anything about spanking, or even punishing, is taken out of the school. I think today’s kids are a lot meaner and disruptive than my generation. I’m 35 years old, and I come from an age where records were things you listened to for entertainment, toys had lead in them, and where you went outside to play.

    Denise – If today’s parents used the right balance of discipline including spanking when necessary, Child Protection intake workers would receive fewer calls about delinquent and unruly children who are out of control because mommy and daddy let them get away with a little ‘no no’ or ‘we don’t do that’; and now teenage bad child wants to slit mommy and daddy’s throat.

    A meta-analysis of spanking studies conducted by Gershoff found 93 percent agreement among studies that spanking can lead to such problems as delinquent and anti-social behavior in childhood along with aggression, criminal and anti-social behavior and spousal or child abuse as an adult.

    Wil – That explains my personality fully, doesn’t it?

    Denise – No Wil, that has nothing to do with your terminal perversion.  I think there is some confusion of spanking versus beating.  My siblings and I were not spanked as children, we were beaten.  There is no contest in the above mentioned problems in adulthood when linked to histories of child abuse/beating – not spanking.

    Five percent of people who have never been spanked hit their partners, versus 25 percent of those who were spanked frequently.

    Wil – Ask Denise, have I ever hit her? I think not! Same goes for her!

    Denise – That’s right!!  If it were you’d be wishing Jack Bauer had kicked your ass instead of me.  I would love to see the parameters that defined spanking in a scientific manner for this study.

    They found that spanking and other corporal punishment is associated with an increased probability of verbally and physically coercing a dating partner to have sex; risky sex such as premarital sex without using a condom; and masochistic sex such as spanking during sex.

    Wil – You mean peer pressure has nothing to do with that anymore? When I was thirteen, I was pressured into smoking. Because I was spanked had nothing to do with my decision to start smoking.

    Denise – Wow!!  What a crock of shit!!!  I think they are forgetting about the influence of the media on our culture as well.

    Of course, there’s a similar dose response for smokers. But if someone reaches the age of 65 without developing lung cancer, it doesn’t mean that smoking isn’t harmful. It means the person was one of the lucky ones.

    It’s the same with spanking, Straus said. “If a person says, ‘I was spanked, and I don’t have any interest in bondage and discipline sex, that’s correct, but it’s not because spanking is OK, it’s because they’re one of the lucky ones.”

    And spanking a child once may be like picking up that first cigarette. “The trouble is, if you have a 2-year-old, you pretty soon decide you can’t avoid it. The recidivism rate for whatever ‘crime’ you correct a 2-year-old for is about 50 percent in two hours.”

    Wil – Hmm, let’s see. if I spank a child, that’s like smoking. I can’t help myself, so I do it for little things liike backtalking. Bullshit! That’s a load of crap if I ever heard it!

    Denise – I bet a government grant funded this bull shit!!!  Gee – I must be one of the lucky ones because I had more than my share of spankings (beatings) and I’m not into any kind of spanking anything as an adult.  Ask Wil, if he smacks me the wrong way, it sure as hell doesn’t turn me on.  Does it Wil? 

    Wil – Let’s see what you all think. Read the article in full and judge for yourself without my comments.

    Denise – Spankign Schmanking!!!  A pervert is a pervert is a pervert.

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    January 30, 2008

    A Link for Living On The Edge, Christian Style

    in case you do a search for Living On the Edge through Google, you’ll find this link. it points to a Christian show called, oddly enough, Living On the Edge! We are definitely not the same people, so there should be no confusion.

    I discovered this while doing a search on my PAC Mate for Living On The Edge Radio to see if a page I’m working on came up. it didn’t in thirty results, but I’ll give the link here in case you want to bookmark it. Details of what is to come in on the site. Go check it out!

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    November 30, 2007

    Mother Murders Children in Gas Station Bathroom

    Filed under: Text Posts — Wil @ 11:33 am

    Some people are really sick fucks! The following is from the Associated Press.

    Mother murders her children at a gas station

    Last Update: 6:30 am

    AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) – A 22-year-old Georgia woman is facing murder charges for allegedly stabbing her two young children to death in a convenience store bathroom.

    An investigator says a worker at a Food Mart in Augusta called 911 yesterday after hearing a scream while Michelle Hawes was in the bathroom with the boy and the girl. Sheriff’s deputies knocked down the door and found Hawes on the floor, holding a steak knife and covered in blood.

    The one-year-old boy and three-year-old girl were pronounced dead at the hospital.

    Their mother is behind bars, charged with two counts of murder.

    Store clerk Amanda Thomas says Hawes was a regular customer. She says she heard the children crying in the rest room, and when things, quote, “didn’t sound right,” she tried to get in and couldn’t.

    The following is from the Augusta Chronicle.

    Children stabbed to death
    22-year-old mother charged
    By Timothy Cox| Staff Writer
    Friday, November 30, 2007
    Amanda Thomas, the assistant manager of the Patee gas station at 2260 Lumpkin Road, sensed that something was wrong when Jeannette Michelle Hawes, a regular customer, walked into the store Thursday afternoon with her 1-year-old son and 3-year-old daughter.

    Jackie Ricciardi/Staff
    Two children were found stabbed in the chest in a restroom at the former Texaco station at the corner of Lumpkin and Richmond Hill roads Thursday.
    “She looked very distraught,” Ms. Thomas said. “I asked her if she was OK.”

    Ms. Thomas said she saw Ms. Hawes take the children into the bathroom, and moments later “I heard the kids cry. Then heard a different sound — very undescribable,” she said.

    After Ms. Thomas and three customers tried to unlock the bathroom door, she said, she called 911.

    Upon arrival at the store, Richmond County deputies pried open the locked door with a screwdriver and found Ms. Hawes lying on the floor with her two children.

    The mother, who Ms. Thomas said was an aspiring model, still had a black steak knife in her possession. The weapon was covered with blood, police said.

    Ms. Hawes, 22, was charged Thursday with two counts of murder and possession of a knife during the commission of a crime.

    Shakayla Hawes, 3, and Jordon Hawes, 1, were pronounced dead at Medical College of Georgia Hospital at 3:30 p.m. by Richmond County Chief Deputy Coroner Mark Bowen.

    Both children died of multiple stab wounds to the chest, Deputy Bowen said.

    “You think you’ve seen the worst, but sometimes you still see something that tops it,” he said. “It’s probably one of the hardest cases I’ve ever worked.”

    Wanda Barton, who lives next to the food mart in the Fairway Village Apartments, said she rushed to the scene in time to see Ms. Hawes being taken away by police.

    “She wasn’t crying or showing any emotion,” Ms. Barton said.

    Shelia Langston, who also lives in the apartments, said she just kept thinking of her own 7-year-old child.

    “It don’t make sense,” Ms. Langston said.

    Staff Writer Adam Folk contributed to this article.

    Denise and I moved to St. Petersburg, FL from Augusta, GA. the side of town this gas station is on is not what I would call the best. There’s a lot of crimes and drug activity over on the south side, and before Denise and I mleft Augusta, it seemed to get worse.

    I would hope that any jury who is going to sit on this case will not be like the Susan smith case 13 years ago and find her mentally incompitent.

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    October 15, 2007

    Watching that fucking language!

    Filed under: Text Posts — Wil @ 1:48 pm

    I’ve heard of censorship, but I think this is going a bit too far. This is from Bay News 9, located at http://www.baynews9.com.

    Christopher Haupt  was arrested recently for using foul language in public.
    SARASOTA (Bay News 9) — One wrong word and you could be going to jail.
    At least in Sarasota, where there is a law outlawing cursing in public areas.
    Just ask Christopher Haupt, who officials said was recently locked up for spewing obscenities at a public park.
    “Our officers target lawbreakers,” said Sarasota Police spokesman Jay Frank. “It may seem pretty petty to people, (but) once you tolerate these things and let them into your society all of the sudden everybody is doing it.”
    More Information
    .. Cursing arrest Watch Video
    .. City of Sarasota
    Still, some residents see the law as extreme.
    “It’s a bit excessive,” said Sarasota resident Cheryl Track. The no cursing law is one of a few public moral violations in the city. Another no-no is spitting on public sidewalks. And even though arrests for these violations is rare, there have been a few recently.
    “It’s not something we go looking for,” Frank said. “I know people say “I see people spitting in the street all the time, but we don’t have officers on every street corner.”

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    October 4, 2007

    ACB’s Letter to Paul Harvey, HiHealth, and Various Stations

    Filed under: Text Posts — Wil @ 12:59 am

    Well, here it is. A letter drafted up by the Chair of the Public Relations committee. I must admit, this was done in an extremely tasteful way. Read below.

    October 1, 2007

    Mr. Paul Harvey
    Paul Harvey News
    333 No. Michigan Avenue (suite 1600)
    Chicago, Illinois 60601

    Dear Mr. Harvey:

    You should be delighted to know that many blind and low-vision people listen to and very much enjoy your program. Some of us have listened to your programs for well over 50 years.

    However, as Chair of the American Council of the Blind’s (ACB) Public Relations Committee and on behalf of our entire organization, I am expressing our deepest concern and dissatisfaction with an ad that you share with your listeners. It is the ad for a product called Ocular Nutrition available from High Health. The ad states that a 79-year old fellow by the name of Marvin North of Dallas, Texas was told that he was going blind. The ad continues by stating: “His income would have ceased; his driving would have stopped; no reading, no television, … someone would have to take care of him…”

    Mr. Harvey we hold the utmost respect and highest regard for you, but this ad is sending entirely the wrong message. I am a Professor of Marketing here at Western Kentucky University and am totally blind myself, and I know from both my extensive personal, business experience and from my academic experience, that such products can be sold quite effectively with positive portrayals, rather than negative ones. This ad for Ocular Nutrition tends to reinforce one of the most feared losses among people in general, and our senior citizens, in particular, that of losing one’s eyesight.

    We are not, in any way, questioning the merits of this product. We are, however, imploring you to use your immense power of influence to change the
    wording of this ad.

    Mr. Harvey, there are an estimated 5.5 million seniors over 65 who are blind or considered low-vision, and this number is projected to increase considerably over the next twenty years. Thus, it is extremely important that we convey a more positive message to these people, a message of hope, not despair. Organizations like ours, the American Council of the Blind, have support programs for seniors, and we are working hard every single day to make this a more hospitable world in which blind and low-vision people can live. Through our efforts, we now have fully accessible ATM machines in many communities, and audible traffic signals are being erected by more and more cities across the country. We have talking microwaves, watches, calculators, cell phones, digital recorders and audio players, and all types of magnifying devices for low-vision people, and much, much more.

    God forbid, but Mr. Harvey, if you were to lose your eyesight, you would not have to lose your income pharmacie en ligne viagra. You could continue doing what you are doing, but you would just have to do it a little differently, probably relying on the highly accessible technology that many of us use today.

    Granted we cannot drive a car, but we read books, newspapers, and magazines, not necessarily with our eyes like you do, but with our talking computers, our cassette and digital players. We may be blind, but we still enjoy television and movies. We simply rely more on our ears and obviously, less on our eyes than you do, but to suggest that we can’t do those things is a gross misrepresentation of reality. Many movies today are, in fact, audio described, and we actually get more out of them than most fully sighted people. For instance, recently, I conducted an experiment where one group of my students watched the movie “Ray,” and a group of blind people listened to the same movie, except their version was also audio described. Afterwards, the two groups were given a little quiz about the details of the movie. The blind group scored much, much higher
    on the little quiz than the sighted group.

    There are an estimated ten million persons who are blind or low-vision in the United States. We represent all ages, most all professions, and we lead happy, normal, very productive lives. We are social workers, psychologists, lawyers, educators, engineers, computer programmers/analysts, athletes, homemakers, politicians, writers, journalists, broadcasters, among many other professions. Many of our members have macular degeneration, but it has not stopped them from working, reading, watching television, living productive, active lives, and enjoying their children and grand children!

    As a result of the vast array of devices and technology now available to us, we can do almost anything you can do. We might do it differently, but we can do it. Many of our members are in their 70’s and even 80’s, and they live independently, and many are still leading very active and productive lives, and I would be delighted to put you in contact with some of them if you are interested.

    We ask for your support in our effort to project a positive image about blindness, not a dismal one. No, nobody wants to be blind, if given a choice, but if one is blind or vision impaired, it does not mean one’s life is over. Far from it! One must be thankful for the ability to hear the sounds around them, to smell the fragrances in the air, to feel the textures that our beneath our feet and hands, and to taste all those wonderful and delicious foods!

    Mr. Harvey, we will greatly appreciate everything you could do to help us to get our message of inspiration and encouragement out to those ten million or so blind people in the United States who are blind or sight impaired, and especially those 5.5 million seniors.

    Most sincerely,

    Ronald E. Milliman, Ph.D.

    Chair, Public Relations Committee, American Council of the Blind Http://www.acb.org

    Dr. Ronald E. Milliman, Professor of Marketing, Western Kentucky University

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    September 23, 2007

    the ACB Public Relations chair Responds

    Filed under: Text Posts — Wil @ 12:30 pm

    In Denise’s post about Paul Harvey and ACB, she made some good points about this issue. Now, Dr. Ronald E. Milliman responds on an ACB public forum, ACB-L. He says:

    Re: I have now listened to the ad in question…

    Wil, thank you very, very much for this URL with the link that plays the ad.

    I have now listened to the ad several times, and I find it absolutely disgusting, and blatantly false and grossly misleading.

    The Ad refers to a 79-year old fellow who was told that he was going blind.
    It is implied that he is going blind do to Macular Degeneration, but it does not actually state that directly. The ad continues by stating that “his income would have ceased; his driving would have stopped; no reading; no television. He’s 79; someone would have to take care of him.”

    Colleagues, at 79, it is very unlikely that he was working at any kind of regular job. Thus, why should his income cease? They certainly don’t cut off one’s social security or retirement benefits just because one becomes blind!! At age 79, it is questionable whether he belonged on the highways driving, but admittedly, there are many 79-year old people who are still driving. However, why should he stop watching TV? I know lots and lots of totally blind people who watch TV, in their own way, by listening to it, like I do and like many of you. Furthermore, I don’t know anyone with Macular Degeneration who doesn’t have some pretty useable eyesight.
    Regardless, as for reading, all of us read books, magazines, newspapers, etc. Being blind does not stop anyone from reading. Admittedly, we don’t necessarily read with our eyes like sighted people do, but that certainly
    doesn’t stop any of us.

    The ad is clearly unethical at best and grossly misleading and blatantly false at worse, and yes, it is, indeed, very offensive.

    This product, if it is all that great, could certainly be marketed very effectively without the misleading scare tactics this firm engages in as its way of selling its products.

    Ron M.

    I say:

    Offensive to who? I think at last check, there was quite a lot of oppisition to the fact that ACB was going “to do something” about it. I am not offended. Denise is not offended. yes, the ad may be questionable in the way it went for the jugular of the bleeding hearts of elderly people, but you know what they say about marketing. Sex sells. Churches find this offensive. Richard Simmons advertised for WeightWatchers in a way that made fat people want to get their asses in to the nearest WeigghtWattcher center and shed those ugly pounds. Did the Fat Asses of America say anything? No, because there is no such thing, plus the shock value worked.

    On the other points that Ron makes, he is right. blind people do watch TV in their own way. We use our ears to pick up on what’s going on. The fact the man is 79 years old leads me to think he is enjoying retirement and collecting his SSI. The ad made it look like he was a 49-year-old working a full schedule and supporting a family. Driving most likely was out of the question, anyway.

    I would like to touch on the point of a statement in the ad, “Someone would have to take care of him.” Doesn’t most elderly people need someone to check up on them, to make sure they do not need anything? My parents are elderly, and they have a friend check up on them. This friend’s husband also takes care of their yard. My mom is 69 and my dad is 81, or will be in Octtober. Their eyesight is gradually going, so they aren’t able to see as they did before. Also, there are elderly people who do not need anyone to take care of them. the fact is some do, some don’t. That’s all that ad was going for, to shock the ones who were still living an independent life to get this vitamin before it’s too late.

    Speaking of which, Denise went to look up the price for 100 capsules. the instructions said to take four capsules a day. For $40.93, you could get 100 capsules.

    All that is minor in comparison of the fact that this ad was aimed to shock, nothing more, nothing less.

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