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People should look at Berkeley Vale on the Central Coast, beautiful area, close to shopping centres, five minute drive to train station, ten minute drive to some amazing beaches. A suburb bordering a forest may be cooler than one next door; or created, eg. Lidcombe and Olympic Park. It closed at some point prior to June , when it was leased to the Real World production, which held the lease until June Isaac is from Cleveland, Ohio and a business major at the University of Arizona.

Thanks again Paul, all this information, and reading your comments on other peoples similar questions is fantastic, so so helpful. Decisions — Train it is then, and have an area to look closely at. Wish me luck, I have a meeting at work on Monday to discuss package and timing!! I was wondering if I could work in Australia. Have a look at my page Getting a Job or a Sponsorship to research job opportunities.

We are currently living in Perth, WA. We emigrated 3 years ago, from Berkshire in the UK. We really appreciate Perth as a great place for a family. Summer can be too hot though. However, we are considering moving to the east coast for better work opportunities for my husband.

He is a Construction Project Manager and the bigger cities of Sydney and Melbourne offer him the large, prestigious jobs he is used to in the U. The dilemma is which city? In Sydney, The Shire has been suggested as a more affordable family friendly area that is commutable and beautiful. I need an area that is green, breathable and beautiful.

Any thoughts on this area? Good public high schools? I know we would have to up our budget for a house. Alternatively, the only place I really know outside of Melbourne that may suit my requirements is Fern Tree Gully. We visited the area and walked up the commemorative steps to the top of a step hill. Any thoughts or other suggestions? Paul made a comment just below here, April 29, , 6: I think you have been unlucky in your timing of arriving in Perth, boom has quickly turned to bust in the last few years.

For sure, you will find more opportunities in both Sydney and Melbourne, but which city? You will find enormous amounts of help in the comments on this page for Sydney and also on my page about Melbourne and no doubt somebody local will help you out with your questions here at some point. I cnat speak for Sydney but for Melbourne yes 19 new suburs dus ti statr being built constriction at pace everywhere…Ferntree Gully mmmm Not so sure on living there, areas around Berwick Endevour Hills yes.

Apologies on spelling was typing in my phone and did not see the correction needed in upper lines.. I am all fingers on a small phone keypad.. The first line should have read. I cant speak for Sydney but for Melbourne yes, 17 new suburbs due to start being built, construction at a pace everywhere. The cold weather here is a pittance to UK though.. Have a look if Melbourne is of interest at a post by Kirsty on the main Melbourne page….

Thank you for the replies and for explaining the strange spelling. I must admit that the pull of Sydney beaches and blue skies is strong but the property prices are fierce. I keep getting this image of Melbourne being grey and cold in my head. Maybe I have it wrong. I need beauty in the landscape, green rolling hills, dramatic coastline.

How easy is it to grow veggies in the garden in Melbourne or Sydney? Dont tell my PA though…. Seriously it is on average over the year I guess without looking figures up, colder here than Sydney I guess. I have just driven into the city with the roof down, needed cap on as sun hot on head and sunglasses …Its a glorious day.. I am at the Rod Laver arena as I type Meeting at As for landscape green rolling hills and dramatic coastline again anywhere South Eastern Suburbs..

Mornington Peninsula offers a fair bit of that certainly coastline…beauty in the landscape. Yes it has that. I know Berkshire quite well and Id say anywhere out to Cockatoo or the Dandenong ranges which can be seen from the peninsula area offer anything the Surrey Hills or South Downs has to offer.

Perhaps not as hilly as the downs in places. Even the celebs love it down there Google Madonna on Mornington peninsula, she stayed there her whole trip to Melbourne. Anyway I am not here to sell it, just to give my view of it…. Veggies mmmm I am a shop bought, but if it helps.

The house we bought had a chicken run, never grown veg in it I believe.. Chooks now gone, Pool area for our children.. The guys clearing it found tomatoes growing and even a marrow.

We can only guess self germinated from things fed to chickens.. There is PYO everything here cherries strawberries, olives, apples, the list goes on.

Hi Angela, Yes please read all the threads here about Sydney vs Melbourne. UK people may find Melbourne more like home due to the colder, greyer winters, however they are still pretty mild compared to the Ol Dart, and Melbourne can still be brutally hot in summer…just like Perth. Sydney has beautiful weather in winter generally but can be quite humid in Summer.

You eventually acclimatise but can be a bit punishing for people use to a colder climate. Bob can tell you about summer in Brisbane for the English ex-pat!

I would say that if you are looking for greenery and bushy beauty, Sydney is the clear winner as the harbour and vast National parks reach deep into the suburbs. Where I live is on the outskirts of the Lane Cove National Park and we have wild native bush, with the birds and animals, on our doorstep, yet still only a 30 minute commute to the city.

When I lived in Melbourne I was always disappointed with how little original bush and wildlife was left from the environmental vandalism of the 19th and 20th century, although still small remnants around Studley Park, the Dandenongs, and lower Yarra Valley.

Sydney and Melbourne both have loads of jobs in construction due to the apartment building booms in progress, but be careful because they may end up just like Perth soon…ie bust. Brisbane could be worth a look as they are also experiencing a construction boom and real estate is much cheaper, but same risk of a an impending bust exists.

There are major infrastructure construction projects underway, and it is one of the most beautiful locations on the planet. Also much more relaxed than any of the major capitals. I am an American — looking to visiting Australia in November. Also live in either Melbourne or Sydney for a few months out of the year I am not really the tourist type. I would like to have the local experience.

Coming from New York City — I like the busy but lovely neighborhoods really appeal to me. I have a few questions — How difficult would it be to produce event? Also which city is better Melbourne or Sydney to produce such an event?

And which city is best to meet single Aussie men in their 40s. LoL — that is my major reason for going! I am not really into the club sence — more like qualt pubs and cafes. Please feel free to ask me more questions if you need more details. Of the two cities though, I would have thought Melbourne would be the best choice.

For more information, see my page about Visas. This is wonderfully informative site!! I am sure I might have more questions as time goes by. Hi Patty, Great post. There are also plenty of curvy women in Australia so fertile ground for your fashion shows. Maybe you can talk to AusTrade about some kind of cultural exchange that will get you out of the normal working visa situation.

Aus Trade Cultural Exchange. That was very helpful indeed. Since I do not quailfy for the normal work visa — I am over I know this post was a long time ago.. The area is nice and I still have many friends and family members living there.. Hi Bob, Firstly thank you for a fantastic site, it is helping me no end in my move planning!

My husband and I are moving to Sydney in June. We both have been offered roles with our current companies and so are both arriving with jobs on visas. I know you will not be able to answer this being based in Brisbane but I hope some of your faithful followers from Sydney will be able to! We think we have narrowed down the neigbourhoods we are interested in living to Kirribilli, Neutral Bay and Cremorne.

We enjoy being active, outdoor life and eating and drinking! If that helps in anyway to understand more about where might be good for us!! I know you can cycle across the harbour bridge but understand there is no ramp onto it yet although it seems it was announced in December there is now a plan for this! During rush hour is it a nightmare to carry your bike up the steps do you think?!! Yes, as you say, not a question I can answer, so hopefully a local will help you out.

I have stayed in Cremorne though, really liked it, you can read about it here…. Cremorne is beautiful, as pointed out by Bob, however you are stuck on a peninsula of land that has only one exit…Military Road. One of the most frustratingly choked and slow pieces of road in Australia. It gets even worse on the weekends. If you can ride a bike up the steep hills of the lower north shore, then a you must be pretty fit and; b you will beat every car into the CBD by a significant margin.

Kirribilli has more of a city feel. There are lots of lovely old terraces, some of which look like something out of a Bronte novel, and it has a little village of shops, including cafes and restaurants. However, there are beautiful parts near the harbour that would give you a bit of a quiter lifestyle.

Amy — try Mosman. I have friends who moved to Mosman and love it for a car-free, active lifestyle and easy access to the city. Bike over bridge to city no probs. Hi All, I am moving to Sydney with my wife and two young children in May. The only challenge is that I will be working in mascot and am concerned about the commute into work. I have looked at a couple of apps and it shows me a driving time of approx 45 minutes, is this accurate excluding accidents and the like and is there anyone on this forum that does the same commute that can offer me their thoughts.

If you left any later you can add another 20 minutes to that time. People have been debating for many many years which is best, Sydney or Melbourne. There is no best out of the two, they are just different.

Both cities are quite expensive, but Sydney more so than Melbourne. Whichever you choose, I hope it turns out to be the best decision for you. Hi Raymond, Having lived in both locations for more than 15 years each, I can say this: Sydney has the best climate on the planet, the best job opportunities, and some of the most beautiful places to be, but it can be a hard place to live due to; a high rents and property prices; b shocking traffic congestion; lack of transport infrastructure if you live away from the central ring of 10km from the CBD.

I also think Sydney has a very shallow culture compared to Melbourne. Having said that, the weather is still super compared to the the UK, or most of continental Europe, or North America. Just a heads-up for anyone wanting to ask a question. My wife and 2 children are moving to Sydney in July.

What would be great is a recommendation of suburbs that have good primary schools private, catholic or Christian , within 45 min-1hr commute using public transport and reasonable rental prices. Are there any places in the South western, greater western and northern suburbs of Sydney you could recommend for a family with young children?

There are a lot of Christian schools just about everywhere in Sydney, but particularly in the North West. Catholic schools here are funded by the government and provide a standard of education roughly similar to the government schools, but you still pay private fees. There is also a wide variation in the perceived prestige and fees charged in the various Catholic Schools.

Baulkham Hills is at the geographic centre of Sydney, is about a 50 minute commute to the city by bus and is also the heart of the bible belt. That was a very helpful and reassuring response. I had been looking at Kings Langley and surrounding areas as it seemed spacious and similar to the Chilterns where we currently live. We are now informed and shall look at all options. Hi Raymond Kings Langley is a fairly good choice if you want a nice quiet suburban place to live.

The downside will be that it is not close to any public transport, except buses, and they have to fight with the same traffic as the cars. These suburbs are on the Northern train line, are very beautiful and close to the bush, well serviced by Hornsby shopping centre, and quite reasonably priced for Sydney. Back again as things are moving rapidly and I need to get a move on with finding a long term solution to a home in sydney.

I have been looking at Cambelltown and surrounding areas and wondered if I could get your opinion on the commute and suburbs to aim for in the area. Kings Langely is still top of my list though having looked at Hornsby, and Asquith. Hi Raymond I think Kings Langley is a good choice for everyone in your family except you.

Campbelltown is even further away, but at least has a train line, so the commute time is a bit shorter, at around 1 hour each way and you can noodle on your phone or read a book while you are at it. Hornsby on the other hand is a 45 minute commute by train either way and would be my choice out of the 3.

It is also close to some of the best schools in Sydney, both government and private. My commute for the last 7 years has been 3 hours a day into London. Hi Raymond I am absolutely no good on Sydney being down in Melbourne but looks like Paul has that well covered for you.. So why the post you ask..? The fees for Private school rarely ask for anymore, to explain state school you will have books to buy uniform then money for the camp, incursions at school even, various other things you get asked for…private school you still get the same books uniform to buy but there is then usually no extras eg camp is included as as incursion and excursions and other things..

That means we pay the same a locals in a private setting and, as you rightly said, when compared to public school fees, the difference is manageable. However, one Catholic school I spoke to adds the government fees on top of their standard fees. Our criterias for finding a place to live are..

Near to the city.. A decent park nearby 3. Any suggestions would be welcome. I would start by having a look at the Sydney trains time table as this will tell you which stations can get your wife to the city in time for work http: The further from the CBD you go generally the more room you get but also the more the travel to work will cost. I got an offer for Sydney of 70K, I want to live with my spouse and no children.

Please help is this offer Okay to live in Sydney. Particularly housing and accommodation. Hi Rahul, Provided your spouse is working too and has a similar income, you should be able to make ends meet.

The closer to the CBD, the Harbour or the beach, the more expensive it will be. Hi bob my husband has been offered work in Sydney northern beaches.. But it has got us thinking we have lived abroad before an never really wanted it thought about oz.. Its a very big question you pose which is a complicated answer but yes in the main I would say all day long Australia is worth it, The salaries are generally higher and I am personally convinced the cost of living for us is less than UK.

There are a number of variables. We dont rent, we bought rental seems higher here compared to UK. Some things are more expensive, some food items some utilities but then say council tax is probably around a third, fuel less. School fees are not easy to answer for PR visa holders they are apart from some contributions pretty what free but for Temporary visa holders some states charges NSW being one. You say the company is paying fights visas etc , you may need tu fund your furniture move eg possessions even TV car etc.

As for is it worth it well, what an experience your little person and yourselves could have, something you have done. Sydney though is almost uniquely different from the rest of Australia, although Melbourne is almost as bad when it comes to housing costs. Houses in Sydney and Melbourne are ridiculously expensive and way out of whack with most of the rest of the country.

And as Mark has suggested, visa holders do have to pay for state schools in NSW, see…. So it very much depends on how much money your husband will be earning in Sydney, where you will be living exactly and how much you will be paying for that. If you have concerns, maybe try exploring whether your husband could work from a different city? We have other fine cities where state education is free to visa holders and housing costs are significantly lower.

If it does have to be Sydney though, then you probably should sit down and do a proper budget to see how you would get by, my page The Cost of Living in Australia of Everything will help you with that. Or will it be sufficient to show a bank account statement with our savings?

There is no set formula for this, each landlord makes a decision on whether to rent to somebody simply based on the information presented to them. My advice is to give as much information as you can to support your case, so yes, bank statements, savings, proof of previous good rental or mortgage payments and just answer any other questions the rental agency might ask. What is the approximate cost of living in Sydney? Are they any good? Sydney is our most expensive city by a long way when it comes to apartments and houses.

As for the weather in Sydney, there is a chart in the above article. Do you have a page on the subject of universities on this website? Or just schools in general? Yes, I have lots of information on schools, you will find it all on my page called Which school? Be sure to look at the additional links at the foot of that article. But people who do know Sydney do help out quite regularly, but you will need to give more information. What you want from a suburb?

Where will you be working? Pls we live in Spain and are planning to relocate to Australia, I would like to know the best place to live in Australia with my family, we need a place where they have good primary and secondary schools.

My wife is a nurse and am an administrator. There is no best place, just different places. As a nurse though, you would probably get work in Brisbane or Adelaide, both are cheaper and are worth considering on that basis.

Leave this field empty. Why did I move and what's it like here? All this and more answered right here at Bobinoz. Click here to read more on my about me page. Study English Which City? The Districts of Sydney: New to this website? Overwhelmed by the process of moving to Australia? Don't be, read my Migration Advice. Go to the Google search box , it's near the top on the right hand side, and search the site for whatever you are looking for. Something will show up, I've written about everything!

If you still can't find the answers you are looking for, leave a comment on a relevant page; either I or someone else will try to answer you.

Thanks for visiting and I do hope you come back regularly. Stan January 10, , 7: BobinOz January 10, , 6: Stan James January 11, , 1: Michael January 27, , 8: Karou Charou November 23, , 1: BobinOz November 23, , 7: Good luck with your tour, I hope it goes well. Karou Charou November 24, , 4: BobinOz November 24, , 8: Well, sometimes they say the tight niches are the best. HM November 7, , 6: Some considerations are — proximity to local shops n establisments, travel friendly to CBD, good primary schools my older child will turn 5 next year and is eligible for kindergarten Any suggestions?

BobinOz November 7, , 9: Kevin November 12, , BobinOz November 13, , 5: DanSydney November 21, , 1: Rodolfo October 12, , 1: BobinOz October 13, , 7: Bron October 20, , 7: The beaches and the Blue Mountains would be the coolest pasts of Sydney.

Goldie October 9, , 6: BobinOz October 9, , 8: This post will help you look into that… https: Jayne Selby September 6, , BobinOz September 7, , 8: Anybody else got any suggestions for Jayne?

DanSydney September 8, , 2: Paul September 8, , 3: Debbie Buskin September 23, , 7: Mark August 28, , 2: BobinOz August 28, , 8: Paul August 30, , 4: Mark September 2, , 3: Michael September 23, , Paul September 25, , John October 9, , Kumar August 18, , BobinOz August 20, , 8: Paul August 30, , 5: Jas August 10, , Also feedback on Crows nest and neutral bay areas.

BobinOz August 11, , 7: I wrote an article about it here… https: DanSydney August 18, , Debbie Buskin September 23, , 6: Hi Jas depending on your budget I think Lane Cove is also worth considering. Jules August 5, , 4: BobinOz August 7, , 6: Emily K June 23, , 9: Here is our punch list: BobinOz June 23, , 8: DanSydney June 27, , Paul August 8, , 7: Sherry June 21, , 2: BobinOz June 21, , 8: Paul June 22, , 6: Sam June 20, , Dunbar stated that he and Julie were still together, and had moved in together, though there was still occasional tension as a result of his infidelity with Ashli.

The cast also discussed his temper flare-ups with Parisa and Ashli. Cohutta and KellyAnne revealed that they were still together, and that KellyAnne visited North Georgia, where she met Cohutta's father. Shauvon revealed that she and David were no longer together. She and the others also discussed the "Grilled Cheese Incident". Trisha and Parisa discussed their love triangle with Alex, and the shoving incident, both asserting that there were no remaining ill feelings between them.

Trisha also explained the incident with the Asian McDonald's employee by saying that she mis-worded her initial explanation of the incident, but that it was not motivated by racism. She also insisted that her refusal to go to the gay pride parade was not motivated by homophobia, as she supports gay rights, but felt a conflict between the amount of partying she had been doing and her religious upbringing, and decided not to go out partying again, regardless of what the celebration was for.

Austin at the time. The Ruins , which aired December 16, , Wes and KellyAnne revealed that they were no longer together, but were attempting to resolve the status of their relationship. In , Isaac and Noirin eventually broke up, and later appeared on the tenth series of the UK reality game show Big Brother. It opened May 8, , and it is located in downtown Athens at E. Parisa Montazaran's debut album, Intelegance , which mixes hip-hop and dance beats with influences from her Persian heritage, was released November 24, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Views Read Edit View history. This page was last edited on 7 October , at By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The original cast of The Real World: Mary-Ellis Bunim Jonathan Murray. Cohutta Lee Grindstaff [9]. Dunbar Merrill Flinn [9]. The housemates meet and settle into the house. Parisa is disappointed that Dunbar has a girlfriend. Trisha rooms with KellyAnne, and Shauvon rooms with Parisa, and thus friendships form.

After Parisa greets KellyAnne and Trisha, she goes off to explore the house, and KellyAnne and Trisha, who have already done this, see this as standoffish. The men agree that KellyAnne is the most attractive of the women, though Dunbar thinks Parisa is the deepest and least shallow. The housemates go to a nightclub, where Isaac and Shauvon flirt, and KellyAnne gets drunk.

At the house, KellyAnne flirts with Dunbar in the hot tub, which tests Dunbar's loyalty to his girlfriend. Parisa and Shauvon are appalled by KellyAnne's behavior, even though the men in the house agree that Parisa is jealous. Parisa and Shauvon discuss KellyAnne's behavior the previous night, and KellyAnne confronts them maturely. Trisha and Parisa argue over a mess in the kitchen. Later, Trisha relates an incident at McDonald's in which she criticized an Asian employee's less-than-perfect English, which offends Parisa, who has experienced anti-immigrant bigotry.

KellyAnne and Trisha try to gain Dunbar's sympathy in their conflict with Parisa and Shauvon, but he remains neutral. Shauvon and Isaac flirt. KellyAnne makes amends with Shauvon and Parisa. Trisha argues with her boyfriend, Jarod, saying she wants to take a break. She invites a man named Alex to the house, but Cohutta and Isaac disapprove. She also helps set up a date for Shauvon, who regrets having flirted with Isaac, and wants to take advantage of local men.

At a group dinner, Trisha and Alex flirt, and Parisa gets drunk, and is carried home by Dunbar. Trisha expresses dislike of her, but Shauvon defends her. Shauvon has a romantic interlude with a local man named Ky, much to Isaac's lament, and eventually, Shauvon's regret.

Trisha decides to slow down to decide what she wants out of her love life. She and Parisa then get into a heated argument over the use of the email computer. Parisa and Dunbar flirt, Shauvon observes chemistry between the two, but feels a relationship is unlikely because of Dunbar's girlfriend. Dunbar insists that he is not flirting, because he does not like Parisa, and the two later exchange unkind words. Isaac meets an Irish woman named Noirin, and they later share the hot tub and Isaac's bed.

Parisa vents her frustrations to Dunbar in a letter, but Dunbar sees a contradiction between Parisa's statement of having a crush on him, and of disapproving of KellyAnne's flirting with him. KellyAnne says that she and Dunbar and only friends. Dunbar, incredulous that Parisa doesn't see that he isn't interested in her, tells her he will not respond to her letter until she shows herself capable of the relationship he'd like to have with her.

Thinking that Dunbar thinks she has feelings for him, KellyAnne regrets flirting with him. KellyAnne ponders her feelings for Cohutta, and when discussing this with her ex-boyfriend Sutton, she is brought to tears. Trisha flirts with Cohutta, angering KellyAnne, but Shauvon is surprised by this. Shauvon and Isaac argue, during which he calls her a "drunk, stupid slut. Isaac apologizes to Shauvon, who later regrets her behavior. KellyAnne receives flowers from a man she met named Carey, but Dunbar is dismissive of this because Carey doesn't pay his own bills.

He and Trisha then argue, and Dunbar storms out. Trisha and Shauvon later discuss Dunbar's anger. Dunbar later angers Parisa and Trisha over a discussion of Jesus and the Bible. Isaac speculates Dunbar's anger to be a result of lack of sex, and jokingly buys a pornographic magazine for him to aid in masturbation.

KellyAnne goes on a date with Carey, but finds she'd rather be with Cohutta. Going to Gay Mardis Gras provokes anticipation from the cast, except for Cohutta, who fears being perceived as gay, and Trisha, who has religious objections to encouraging homosexuality. The two of them stay home that night, and find a lot in common. KellyAnne also keeps them company because she feels bad for Trisha who had been crying earlier that day. Shauvon is offended that Trisha referred to homosexuals as "evil".

Dunbar reveals his grandfather tried to molest him as a child. Trisha and Cohutta, while eating out with KellyAnne, get into an argument after he lifts her dress.

KellyAnne is upset with herself that she didn't go with the others. The group will plan vacation packages for Contiki Tours. Parisa's early wake-up call and singing the next day irritate Dunbar, Isaac and Trisha, who calls her singing " Christina Aguilera gone bad.

Trisha tells Parisa that Dunbar criticized her cooking as an excuse to socialize, and her singing as well, saying she's "not as good as Christina Aguilera". When Parisa confronts Dunbar, he says it is Trisha who criticized Parisa and her singing. Parisa expresses feelings of betrayal over this to Trisha. Isaac teases Cohutta for having a crush on KellyAnne. Parisa and Trisha become involved in a love triangle with Alex, Trisha's date from the prior night.

KellyAnne and Shauvon are sympathetic to Trisha's feelings, but feel she has no say in anything regarding Alex because she has a boyfriend. Parisa goes out with Alex, which Trisha sees as a violation of the "girl code". Shauvon observes both Parisa and Trisha making out with Alex. She reports this to Parisa, who continues seeing him.

The love triangle between Parisa, Trisha and Alex continues. Shauvon relates her observations to Trisha, and when Parisa does the same with Dunbar, Shauvon sees this as a betrayal of trust. She later gets into a heated argument with Parisa, accusing her of cooking for the others and not her in order to curry favor with them. Parisa explains that Shauvon wanted something other than what she was cooking, which would've required other ingredients.

Cohutta and Isaac try to defend Parisa, leading to a screaming match between Cohutta and Shauvon. Trisha later accuses Parisa get into another screaming match, during which Parisa excoriates Trisha for cheating on her boyfriend. Trisha ends her relationship with Alex. She does not object to Parisa continuing to see him, but when she asks her not to bring him to the house, she refuses. David and Shauvon share a tearful phone call.

Shauvon struggles between staying in Australia and reuniting with David. Dunbar and Parisa get into an argument over the cleanliness of the house, and he accuses her of being inconsiderate. Dunbar's girlfriend Julie visits. Shauvon discusses her situation with Trisha and Isaac. Parisa reacts in disbelief when Dunbar claims to have never been mean to her.

He later screams at her profanely at Contiki, and is admonished by their supervisor, Chris. Dunbar says his behavior is simply how he is in life, that Parisa is far more hostile to him, and that his behavior is merely retaliatory. Isaac and Dunbar advise Cohutta to cease his relationship with KellyAnne, who still has a boyfriend. Shauvon tells her housemates that she's moving out, and leaves the next morning.

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