AnonymousGood: LAGood posts 50,000 Acts of Good 4 LA2050

submission by hilary.carr.589

About Your Organization

Organization name(s):

Anonymous Good [AG] is a project of Voices4Freedom

Organization website:

www.anonymousgood.org

Organization Twitter handle:

https://twitter.com/AGoodOrg

Organization Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/anonymousgood

Organization Instagram:

http://instagram.com/anonymousgoodposts

Describe your organization (check only one):

Nonprofit organization

For-profit organization

Government

Individual

Please describe yourself (check only one):

Solo actor (just us on this project!)

Proposed collaboration (we want to work with partners!)

Collaboration (partners are signed up and ready to hit the ground running!)

In one sentence, please describe your idea or project.

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LA gets its Good On - 50K Acts of Good posted on AnonymousGood.org, science shows posting Goods makes us happier, healthier & connected.

IN ONE SENTENCE, PLEASE DESCRIBE WHAT YOUR ORGANIZATION DOES.

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AG is Compassion Technology that fast-tracks kindness & connection by posting Acts of Good that get sponsored for even more measurable good.

Does your project impact Los Angeles County? Check only one.

Yes (benefits all of LA County)

Yes (benefits a region of LA County)

Yes (benefits a population of LA County)

No

Please write a sample tweet to describe your submission.

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Get your Good on LA! Post your everyday Goods @ AnonymousGood.org. It feels great & each post helps feed & free people.

Which area(s) of LA does your project benefit? Check all that apply.

Central LA

East LA

South LA

San Gabriel Valley

San Fernando Valley

South Bay

Westside

Other:

WHAT IS YOUR IDEA/PROJECT IN MORE DETAIL?

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Imagine a city where people actually look for ways to help one another. It’s a happier, healthier, more connected, safer feeling place. A place you’d be proud to live. AnonymousGood.org helps make that a reality. We have the Compassion Technology & the brain science behind serotonin.
Our project is a cornerstone of a major campaign to aggregate, celebrate & share stories of Good in LA. It’s guaranteed to make participants happier, healthier, better students & better employees.
First, we build an app to make it easier to share acts of good, then we work with existing & new partners to reach a broad spectrum of Angelenos. Between non-profits, media, faith communities, youth programs, & business- Angelenos will share 50k stories of LAGood

What will you do to implement this idea/project?

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AG launches LAGood posts 50K Acts of Good 4 LA2050
1- AG will work with existing and new partners to create a grassroots campaign that seeds and shares the story of Good in LA creating a ripple effect of good throughout LA.
2- AG will build an app to make it easier for users to post.
3- AG will work with individuals & organizations to use our ‘Compassion Technology’ in ways that work for them; to reach out to their constituents & customers, to build employee engagement, use the stories of good in their community while gathering great metrics. AG has a low bar of entry and its equally available and beneficial to anyone.
4- AG will get the Acts of Good sponsored so anyone who posts becomes an instant philanthropist. We want all of us to feel connected to people in our own communities & to the global community.
LAGood will be a collaborative effort (specific partner details in partner section)
1. Months 1-3: Build a mobile app and strengthen the website to make it even easier for people to post.
2. Work with current partners (signed up and ready to hit the ground running) to amplify Good & inspire more Angelenos to volunteer formally & informally as they post Acts of Good.
o Collaborations with current partners projected to drive 35K Goods in LA
• Examples:
• Agape Community AG Program.
• Jason Mraz- Singer campaign to his 20m social media fans
3. Finalize partnerships being developed.
o 5K acts and posts to emerge from forthcoming partnerships
• Big Sunday
• Funny or Die
• I Am That Girl
4. Develop new collaborations
o Initiate community challenges resulting in 10K Act of Good posted:
• Outreach & partnerships with 5 more diverse non-profits
• Outreach to 98 Neighborhood Councils – goal 20 councils involved
• Outreach to Charter Management Orgs, individual schools & after school programs
• Strategy meetings with 3 of LA’s major employers- initiate employee engagement
• LA Govt- target elected official’s constituent relations so that Acts of Good being done in government are surfaced.
• LA-based brands- brand sponsorship is a pillar of our strength in paying it forward with our Allies4Good

HOW WILL YOUR IDEA/PROJECT HELP MAKE LA THE BEST PLACE TO CONNECT TODAY? IN 2050?

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What better way to connect than around doing Good for one another? Scientific research is clear - doing Good impacts individuals & communities in expected & unexpected ways. Imagine what happens when people all over the city really learn that in helping others there is an added benefit of helping yourself!
This is the critical beginning of LAGood. We will continue with more partnerships so that story of LA Good will be celebrated everywhere – in schools, faith communities, businesses & on billboards or busses. The work of great non-profits will be amplified as the Good they do is told & shared.
LA is the largest microphone & most powerful trendsetter in the world. Let’s use it to inspire local & global Good.
This is just the first step in LAGood. AG will continue to grow and iterate with scientific studies of impact in the workplace, the classroom, prisons & other populations often invisible to the general public.
OVERALL: Empirical research shows:
• Committing conscious acts of kindness makes people happy. ‘200 studies on nearly 275,000 people found that happiness leads to success in nearly every domain of our lives, including marriage, health, friendship, community involvement, creativity, and in particular, our jobs, careers and businesses’. Happy people even have better peripheral vision.
Shawn Achor [Harvard],
• Consciously recalling & writing a good memory fools the brain into dropping more serotonin. Overall, this leads to greater life satisfaction and meaning. Fun fact: Studies have shown that women who wrote about positive experiences were 40 percent more likely to live to age 94 than their negative peers. Shawn Achor [Harvard]. So for every act you do & post you get a double dose of happiness.
• The ‘helper’s high’ experienced when doing good for others boosts the immune system, enhances our feelings of joyfulness, emotional resilience, vigor, and can reduce the unhealthy sense of isolation.
• Feeling ‘connected’ or part of a community is the single biggest factor on longevity. AG makes it easy for people to create & build their own communities.
• The practice of caring for strangers or establishing an “affinitive connection”– friendship, love, or positive bonding – those emotions translate to immense healing benefits.
• AG captures altruism that is already in action. The US Department of Labor reports Americans increasingly describe their sense of responsibility to help those in need. In 2009, 27% or 64 million Americans volunteered.

WHOM WILL YOUR PROJECT BENEFIT? PLEASE BE SPECIFIC.

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Anonymous Good is based on science and common sense – it works for everyone, if they work it. So the universal applications are endless although this may sound overly ambitious, there is even more data to demonstrate who can benefit from AG. We will do strategic outreach to non-profits, youth organizations, faith communities, neighborhood councils, businesses.

General Population:
• Doing good, even watching movies of others doing good helps reduce stress. In one study, students were simply asked to watch a film of Mother Teresa's work with the poor in Calcutta. They had significant increases in antibodies associated with improved immunity -- and antibody levels remained high for an hour afterward. AG is getting similar reports of well-being after users read goods posted on the site. [Post. Bioethicist, Case Western Reserve]
• Ripple effect – Human behavior is contagious. Our actions extend to people within three degrees. Each of us can ‘infect’ 1,000 people with our acts of good. [Connection, Christakis & Fowler]
Youth
• In one study, children who did 3 acts of kindness per day for a month were not only happier but became more popular, gaining an average 1.5 friends.
• US students, ages 8 to 22, spend 7.5 to 9.5 hrs/day on tech gadgets. AG meets them on the screen where they live, helps them feel good & connected with service & global awareness.
• GenY searches for meaning by helping others. They volunteer more than any previous generation.
• Social Emotional Learning: Two of the core competencies of SEL are Social Awareness & Relationship Skills. Practicing acts of good off-line then coming on-line to share can create a virtuous cycle that supports SEL.
Business | Govt
• “Halo Effect” – According to a study by Cone Communications & Echo Research, 82 percent of U.S. consumers consider corporate social responsibility when deciding which products or services to buy & where to shop.
• Employee Engagement - Gallup research shows that engaged employees are more productive, profitable, safer, create stronger customer relationships, & stay longer with their company. Doing service projects & good acts for each other increased employee engagement.
• A report by Harris Interactive, found that the No. 1 factor that young adults ages 21 to 31 wanted in a successful career was a sense of meaning.
• We will strategize with local gov’t officials to implement AG in their offices. Angelenos could read authentic stories of gov’t actually responding to citizens.

Please identify any partners or collaborators who will work with you on this project.

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Anonymous Good is anchored in partnerships/collaborations as individuals & groups use AG to reinforce or amplify their own community’s sense of well-being & connectedness.
Each partner will do a combination of:
1-Educate & inspire their communities to post on AG & share across social media
2-Invite their communities to join the Campaign for LAGood 50K
3-Serve as thought partners
Current Partners- confirmed partners fully onboard and collaborating with AG
• Agape Community
• Authentic Media Literary Agency- local talent to support LAGood
• Archbishop Desmond Tutu- thought partner
• Charity Water
• Eva Steortz, 20 yr Disney marketing exec, thought partner & connector
• Feed America
• Jason Mraz, Singer- his social media = 20M+
• Joe Burton, former COO OgilvyOne Worldwide- thought partner
• John Kobara, The CA Community Foundation- thought partner & connector
• Karla Ballard, Ogilvy- thought partner
• Ken Herz, AG’s attorney, advice & music industry connector
• Kerry Kennedy – RFK Center for Justice & Human Rights
• The Nature Conservancy
• NightKAP Ent- Jason Kennedy- thought partner & connector
• PropperDaley- Mark Daley- strategies for social impact
• Street Relations PR- local & national based earned media with emphasis on media that serves under-represented pockets of LA Good to rep our diverse picture that is LA.
• Wesley Farrow, Coro So. CA- thought partner & connector
• William Morris Endeavor Agency- represents AG founders, will secure local talent for LAGood
• 1440 Foundation- Scott Kriens AG funder & thought partner
Finalize forthcoming partnerships- We expect 10K posts to emerge from collaborations being discussed.
• Big Sunday- David Levinson, co-founder
• Funny or Die- Adam Mckay, co-founder
• I Am That Girl- Emily Greener, co-founder
New Collaborations- we expect 10K posts to emerge from new collaborations:(prospects culled from current partner connections)
• Outreach & partnerships with 5 more diverse non-profits for 1250 Acts of Good posted
• Outreach to 98 Neighborhood Councils – goal to get 20 councils involved, post 1000 goods
• Charter Management Organizations, Individual Schools & after school programs- post 2500 Goods
• Strategy meetings with 3 of LA largest employers- initiate employee engagement for 5000 Acts of Good
• LA Gov’t- target elected official’s constituent relations first so Acts of Good being done in government are surfaced. Post 250
• LA-based brand sponsorship is central to paying it forward with our Allies4Good

How will your project impact the LA2050 "CONNECT" metrics?

Rates of volunteerism

Voting rates by race

Adults getting sufficient social & emotional support

Median travel time to work

Attendance at cultural events

Number of public transit riders

Participation in neighborhood councils

Percentage of Angelenos that volunteer informally (Dream Metric)

Government responsiveness to residents’ needs (Dream Metric)

Transit-accessible housing and employment (the share of housing units and percentage of jobs that are located within a half-mile of transit) (Dream Metric)

Total number of social media friends (Dream Metric)

Attendance at public/open street gatherings (Dream Metric)

Residential segregation (Dream Metric)

Access to free wifi (Dream Metric)

Other:

Please elaborate on how your project will impact the above metrics.:

AG launched a beta site in February. We now have 5500+ posts by the AG tribe. Actual posts [below] demonstrate how LAGood will impact the metrics.
Volunteerism- AG inspires formal & informal volunteerism as people share & learn from each other on the site & social media.
• Last week I volunteered at St. Francis’s food pantry; packing groceries & distributing them to the elderly & homeless on Skid Row.
• I volunteer for our school district. I have created a program that now is in its 6th yr
Social & emotional support
• I gave money to a very hungry looking homeless person. I have noticed I have started giving more in general because I have to keep up with posting good
• I noticed a Good that has come to me from posting on this site. Since I started gearing my brain every day to seek out Good I have not had a depressive thought stream or mood..
• I saw an elderly woman with a walker struggling to get down the block,[2 other people stopped to help]. Between the 3 of us, we got her up a step & I thought, “Wow, that was pretty awesome to see the community coming together a bit here in the city.”
Travel time- AG won’t improve commute but it can make it better.
• On my way home, after staying late at work, I let TWO cars & a motorcycle merge in front of me. I live in LA people, that’s as good as giving gold.
• If you have ever been to LA, you will know that what I am about to describe is a miracle. On my way to work, a wonderful human in a silver Volvo allowed me to merge in front of them in traffic THREE different times. Nothing short of miraculous! Totally made my day!
Neighborhood Councils & Gov’t- We reach out to neighborhood councils & gov’t offices to surface good & inspire/inform LA
• I recently spent a day volunteering with gov’t officials & venture capitalists to create a plan for making California Communities healthy.
Housing & jobs- non-traditional, Informal, do what we can
• A single mom we just met is working hard to take care of her teenager. She works many jobs & is in college. Their housing situation is bad. Money is tight. We’re helping her find a healthier home.
• I hired a young man who claimed he couldn’t get a job with his GED, I told him his GED does not define him. I hired an incredible human being & he doesn’t even know how incredible he is- but he will.
Social Media
AG tribe increases their social media connections on the site with likes, comments & sharing posts across social media platforms.

PLEASE SELECT WHICH OTHER LA2050 GOALS ARE RELEVANT TO YOUR PROJECT OR ORGANIZATION (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY):

LA is the best place to LEARN

LA is the best place to CREATE

LA is the healthiest place to LIVE

LA is the best place to PLAY

PLEASE EXPLAIN HOW YOU WILL EVALUATE YOUR PROJECT.

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We’ve laid out specific metrics in our plan and will use these as benchmarks to determine if our strategies were sufficient to reach our goals within the year. We will collect both quantitative and qualitative data on the project.

Site and Application goals:
• Months 1-3 - Mobile App development & completion
• Mobile bounce rate decreases with app. Currently the mobile bounce rate on our responsive site is 64.6% vs a bounce rate of 37.75% from desktops.
• Increase users by 100% - we are currently at 7,541 users
• Increase in social media shares by 100%

Building LAGood Tribe goals:
• 50K Acts of Good posted from LAGood
• Current partners help drive 35K Goods in LA though informal & formal volunteer
• Forthcoming partnerships activated & drive 5000 posts
• Outreach efforts reach benchmarks
• 10K Goods from new collaborations
o Five diverse non-profits post 1250 acts of Good
o 20 Neighborhood Councils- 1000 goods
o Strategy meetings with three of LA’s major employers- 5K Acts of Good
o LA City & County Govt- 500 acts of Good posted
o School & after school programs- 2500 acts of Good
• Earned media on at least 5 different outlets?

Qualitative:
• AG tribe self-reporting the impact of AG on their lives with stories posted.
• Survey at end of campaign on Tribe member’s experience.
• Pivot points – what places did we get it wrong, what was needed to course correct?
• What did the tribe continue to teach us during this campaign?
• What new opportunities emerged?

WHAT TWO LESSONS HAVE INFORMED YOUR SOLUTION OR PROJECT?

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1. It is possible to operationalize what brain science is revealing with our Compassion Technology.
2. AnonymousGood.org works & we need to keep iterating. Members of the AG Tribe are reporting AG makes a positive difference, inspires them, they see and do more good.
In their own words:
• From a young woman aged out of Foster Care, beat the odds & is in college. She posts most days:
‘It's ironic that this was presented to me at the time it was because I was going through some internal & mental health battles & then all of a sudden I had to challenge my mind to find good things around me. I was down to try anything to help me increase my serotonin levels while also making people happy. Posting acts of kindness & goods really helped me! Everytime I posted something the feeling of happiness all came back as if I was in the presence of that act of kindness again. Everyday it was easier & easier to channel & see the goods in the world; big ones & small ones! As of today I continue to support anonymousgood.org because it's helps end slavery, feed the homeless & it helps me cope through my mental health illnesses. I suffer from depression & bipolar disorder, when I go on the website or even do something kind despite of how I feel I end up feeling better in the end.’
• From an LA leader in the non-profit world. He evangelizes for AG:
‘As I recall an act of good & put it into a post I find myself taking a step away from the rush of life, reflecting, & feeling the standing ovation of joy that can exist when we come together to invite it into our lives.’
• From a therapist in LA. A frequent poster & supports others on the site:
‘Prior to posting on this site I felt that my small acts of good were worthwhile-ish.That thought always zaps my energy & subtly weighs me down. What this site has done for me is many-fold. It has shown me that my small acts of Good do matter, especially when combined with the overall group intention. I realize now that I am a grateful cog in a beautiful wheel of humans striving to make a difference. Despite the usual time responsibilities, posting here has increased my energy to do more Good because I’m inspired. Plus its really a lot of fun to be in the Goodness Bubble. I also feel that this site lifts my spirits first thing in the morning because it’s delightful to read what everyone is doing & posting. It reassures me that magic is afoot & Goodness is, in fact, breaking out all over.
Peace & Blessings from the City of Angels.’

Explain how implementing your project in the next twelve months is an achievable goal.

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We will:
1. Utilize our knowledge of movement building honed over the years in the anti-slavery movement.
2. Work with our already committed partners who have proven their ability and passion over the last year. These partners came up with, ‘Goodgasm – that all over good feeling you get when doing an act of good.’ Goodgasm makes people laugh & think.
3. Our track record attracting evangelist/supporters is strong – that will continue as we seek and cement new partnerships.
4. Use our television experience and connections to help spread the word with earned media across diverse outlets.
5. We are getting ongoing feedback from current users that gives us confidence in that our stated goals are achievable:.
• Educators say it is easy to adapt AG for the classroom to promote character, service learning, empathy & compassion.
• Faith Community leaders say members already strive to good everyday & this is a great way to make it a daily habit & also feel part of a global solution.
• Business leaders want to be known as “ the good guys” in the community as well as build camaraderie among their employees.

Please list at least two major barriers/challenges you anticipate. What is your strategy for ensuring a successful implementation?

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Our challenge is two-fold and both hurdles exist due to lack of necessary funds. Once we have funding to get over these hurdles, we have the expertise, the team and the commitment to fast-track our goals.
1- MOBILE APP & SITE UPGRADE
• The AG Tribe is letting us know they want more interaction and ease on the site. In a world where Facebook sets the norm, users have high expectations of sites that allow you to post & share. AG needs to step-up to meet some of those robust demands that seem so basic to folks who don’t understand the functions are very complex & pricey. To guarantee a seamless expansion we must continue to invest in more robust technology, & critical research that is meaningful to site developers, to the Tribe, & to our Sponsors & Investors.
2- MORE STAFF
• We need to hire an outreach professional to continue reaching diverse communities.
• We are currently hiring a strategic partnerships person to develop co-branding, CSR and employee engagement sponsorships. The money has already been raised for this position.

WHAT RESOURCES DOES YOUR PROJECT NEED? (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)

Money (financial capital)

Volunteers/staff (human capital)

Publicity/awareness (social capital)

Infrastructure (building/space/vehicles, etc.)

Education/training

Technical infrastructure (computers, etc.)

Community outreach

Network/relationship support

Quality improvement research

Discussion
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Anonymous Good is brilliant simplicity ...amazing way to leverage good! Thank for changing my life for the better! hope you get this!!

by URhil
over 1 year ago

AG has changed my life!!! Do good, feel good, change the world!! Xoxo - Mackenzie

by mackenzie.hudson
over 1 year ago

SUPER GOOD!!
JASON MRAZ TWEETED MINUTES AGO...
Do something good: Vote for my friends @AGoodOrg to help people Do Good, Feel Good & Change the World! http://bit.ly/LAGood
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@jason_mraz @AGoodOrg jazon I love your music !!
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@jason_mraz can’t wait for your Columbus concert!
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@jason_mraz @AGoodOrg Thanks for making a difference!! You've got my vote :)

by HCPROductions
over 1 year ago

Jason Mraz just tweeted his followers to support for AnonymousGood: LAGood posts 50,000 Acts of Good 4 LA2050!! that is so cool!!! Millions now know about this project!!! Way to go AnonymousGood!! you guys are doing amazing stuff!! fingers crossed for you!!

by HCPROductions
over 1 year ago

This encourages the greater good and wonderful acts of kindness from people from all walks of life. It creates needed funding while promoting a broad wave of positive actions that anyone can generate and be uplifted by.

by beversloan
over 1 year ago

This is an amazing project. You make such a difference. I love anonymous good and really hope you get this grant!! XOXOXO

by char.schulenburg52
over 1 year ago

Love what AG does...you don't need a million dollars to be a phanthropist...all you have to do is post an act of good you did. SHAZAAM that post generates money to feed people etc. already more than 22000 people fed and 383 people coming to freedom out of slavery! Yay Good!

by peggy.callahan.188
over 1 year ago

Check out this amazing study ...this is exactly AnonymousGood you guys have an amazing project!
SCIENCE: Social Connection and Health Infographic
By Emma Seppala
http://compassionjournal.blogspot.com/
Social connection improves physical health, mental health, and emotional well-being. We all think we know how to take good care of ourselves: eat your veggies, work out and try to get enough sleep. But how many of us know that social connection is just as critical?
One landmark study showed that lack of social connection is a greater detriment to health than obesity, smoking, and high blood pressure.
On the other hand, strong social connection:
• leads to a 50% increased likelihood of longevity, so it may even lengthen your life!
• strengthens your immune system (research by Steve Cole shows that genes impacted by loneliness also code for immune function and inflammation)
• helps you recover from disease faster
People who feel more connected to others have lower levels of anxiety and depression. Moreover, studies show they also have higher self-esteem, greater empathy for others, are more trusting and cooperative and, as a consequence, others are more open to trusting and cooperating with them. In other words, social connectedness generates a positive feedback loop of social, emotional, and physical well-being.

by HCPROD
over 1 year ago

Anonymous good makes us all want to do good, everyday. Even if it's something small, doing good makes a difference.

RG

by RandyGardner
over 1 year ago

Came across another cool study ....Anonymous Good is so right on!!

Happy Company Case Study
"A decade of research shows that happiness raises nearly every business and educational outcome: raising sales by 37%, productivity by 31%, and accuracy on tasks by 19%, as well as a myriad of health and quality of life improvements" - Harvard Business Review
Join us for this special live webinar with Justin Carboneau, the Happiness Engineer from Exygy as we share the highlights of the results from the Worker Happiness Index assessment conducted in July. The webinar will include the worker happiness strategies implemented to date, describe the process of the implementation and its social & economic impacts.

by HCPROD
over 1 year ago

Me too!! I am pulling for AG!!

by HCPROductions
over 1 year ago

Jason Mraz ‏@jason_mraz 8h
Do something good: Vote for my friends @AGoodOrg to help people Do Good, Feel Good & Change the World! http://bit.ly/LAGood

by HCPROductions
over 1 year ago

You are right!! I am an AnonymousGood tribe lover and I have been posting good stuff I do and that happens and reading about so much good others are posting.... I HONESTLY FEEL HAPPIER AND SEE MORE GOOD ALL AROUND ME, I'M EVEN MORE THOUGHTFUL DRIVING THE STREETS OF LA! HAHA. And now I am helping all these causes i always wanted to help, its the greatest win win win !!!
I HOPE YOU GET THIS GRANT!!!

by HCPROD
over 1 year ago

RG- I agree!!

by hilary.carr.589
over 1 year ago

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