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11.13.2012

WiiU Launch Day Unboxing Event and I Might Be Wearing a Yoshi Costume, If You're Lucky


Come join us for a WiiU launch day unboxing event. We'll be streaming live and you can come in, ask questions and see how this whole WiiU thing is going to ultimately work or fail. It's ustream so we'll try to do some coverage of the WiiU interface and hopefully a game or two if the connection holds up.

As a special bonus if you guys can drum up 150 likes for the facebook page, I'll wear my Yoshi Halloween costume that fits ages 10 and under. See you then.

Details: 11/18 11am PST
http://www.ustream.tv/channel/who-burned-my-toast

WBMT 77: Of Course Japan Did It


A lot of noteworthy events like the U.S. election and hurricane Sandy have happened since the last episode of the podcast, but we're not going to talk about any of that. Amado and Brad instead discuss Halo 4, Disney's purchase of the Star Wars franchise, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, the existence of the Lollipop Chainsaw pornographic film, and how much day one game updates burn our toast.

We also would like to let you know that we will be doing an unboxing and gameplay of the Nintendo WiiU on our UStream channel on Nov 18th at 11 AM PST. As a special bonus if you can help get our facebook page up to 150 likes by this Sunday, Brad will do the unboxing while wearing a tight Yoshi costume. You know that you will want to see that. To participate and get more details check out our facebook page.

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10.29.2012

Musicast 21: Metroid Series


This Musicast has been a long time coming (Sorry listener Charlie Chang for making you wait so long). The Metroid series has some of the most praised soundtracks of any game out there. We spin some of the classics as well as some inspired and impressive covers from this amazing game.

Playlist
  1. Title Metroid - Hirokazu "Hip" Tanaka
  2. Brinstar Metroid - Hirokazu "Hip" Tanaka
  3. Metroid 'Suite for Violin and Piano' OC ReMix - Gabe Terracciano, Shnabubula
  4. Opening Super Metroid (Destroyed Science Academy Research Station) - Minako Hamano
  5. Theme of Super Metroid - Kenji Yamamoto
  6. Seeds From The Depths - Terminator
  7. Norfair - Ancient Ruins Area - Kenji Yamamoto
  8. Metroidprime_distress signal - XOC
  9. Metroid Prime 3 Theme/Bryyo - Metroid Metal
  10. Super Cranial Syphon [Drum Poetries] - Arm Cannon
  11. Melting Sun - Pyro Paper Planes - Harmony of a Hunter
  12. The Ending - Metroid Metal

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Cover art by: Noe Leyva
http://www.noeleyva.blogspot.com/ and at Deviantart http://blkcelebration.deviantart.com/

10.23.2012

WBMT 76: Dishonored-Ninja-Bio-Fallout-Ware-Box-Fish

Joined once again by Drew, Brad and Amado discuss recent Video Game news including Nintendo's Foxcon scandle, Dark Souls new DLC content, and Drew talks about Steam Beta for Linux. We inform and we entertain!

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10.15.2012

Musicast 20: Mechwarrior 2



We're proud to release this new Musicast episode lovingly put together by our contributor Drew Aydelott. Please do enjoy this great episode. - Amado

MechWarrior 2: 31st Century Combat is a vehicle simulation game developed and released by Activision in 1995, as part of the MechWarrior series of video games in the BattleTech franchise. Originally developed for DOS, it was ported to a variety of platforms including Windows, Apple Macintosh, and the game consoles Sega Saturn and PlayStation (as MechWarrior 2: Arcade Combat Edition).

Developer: Activision
Release Date: 1995
Genre: Vehicle Simulation Game
Publisher: Activision
Platform: Windows, Apple, Sega Saturn and Playstation
Writer: Zachary Norman
Composer: Kelly Walker Rogers, Gregory Alper, Jeehun Hwang

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10.08.2012

WBMT 75: The Desperate Female is Following You



We're unleashing another podcast beast, full of gaming discussion and opinions. We talk about the recent release and gamer hated toward Resident Evil 6, PSN's whacky survival game Tokyo Jungle, Guild Wars 2, and get some hands on impressions of the WiiU.

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10.05.2012

Musicast 19: Half Minute Hero

We seem to be having problems with our Podcast host so here's a way for you to listen to it until we things figured out on iTunes. 
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9.26.2012

WMBT 74: !



Don't be alarmed people of the internet, we've dusted off our mics and get back to business after our little summer hiatus. Join us as we debate our hypocritical selves and prepare for the dawn of the next Nintendo home console, the WiiU. We also catch up on what's been going on in the industry and what games have earned our often old man skepticism. So sit back and enjoy our cathartic bitch fest. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.

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7.16.2012

WMBT 73: Get Off My Lawn OUYA!

Get Off My Lawn OUYA!







It's only fitting that the Kickstarter project for the open source console OUYA blew up out of nowhere this week and is looking to mix up things in the gaming world. The scene has been slowly burning our toast lately and we've reached a point where we needed to reflect and identify what's making us feel like old grumpy bastards yelling at the neighbors kids to get the hell of our lawn. Perhaps the industry has stagnated and the big console manufacturers need to have a fire lit up their asses. Maybe OUYA is that flame.

Thanks for listening and let us know what you think in the comments section below.
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7.09.2012

WBMT 72: Some people get off on that $h!t








We hope you had a happy 4th of July America by kicking back, drinking some beers (if you're of legal age), and blowing up whatever fireworks you could get your hands on. That's what America does best and we're proud of it. We give final thoughts on Dragon's Dogma, Lollipop Chainsaw, and the free to play MMORPG Vindictus. Plus a Who Burned My Toast podcast wouldn't be complete without a serious detour from the topic of video games into unknown territory. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes. 

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6.11.2012

WBMT EP 71: E3 2012!







The crew assembles bright and early for this post E3 focused episode. We've had a few days to let the events of the week stew in our little brains and enough time has passed that any gut reactions have been digested with as much reason as possible. The big questions are addressed. Who won E3? Did Nintendo and the Wii U make a big enough impact to capture gamers attention? What we're the big games of the show? What's the deal with people claiming the Tomb Raider trailer is a torture game?

Thanks for listening and we hope you enjoy this weeks episode.

Who do you think came out on top at E3 2012?


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6.05.2012

Nintendo's E3 Press Conference Leaves Us Wanting More and Not In a Good Way

iwata banana nintendo land WiiU
Nintendo is in a little bit of a pickle. Clearly from the Nintendo Direct Video and the E3 Press Conference there is many forms of entertainment the Wii U is going to offer. How all this fits together is the puzzling challenge for us to figure out. Consoles today need to do a lot more than just gaming in today's techy world. The Regginator Fils-Aime even stated that there is way more to Wii U than what they could fit into their one hour presentation. The conference was dedicated to games as it should be. This is where some of my concerns about Wii U rise from their grave.

6.03.2012

Pre E3 2012 Nintendo Direct Live Blog

Nintendo jumps the gun on E3 and decides to do a Nintendo Direct presentation right now! I'll be updating the blog as news trickles out. Let's see what comes of it shall we?

3:04: Wii U controller is now dubbed the Wii U Game Pad and does not include the circle pads. Iwata explains why they changed back from circle pads to analog sticks. The sticks will also be clickable. NFC reader for cards and other devices to communicate. The controller will be able to control your TV as well like a remote without the Wii U powered on.

3:10: Nintendo will also offer a Wii U Pro Controller. Looks very similar to XBox 360 controller. Explained as a hardcore controller. All black... ooh so hardcore.

3:13: Now showing a cheesy gamer playing on a black Wii U and game pad. Showing a guy posting to a social network while playing a game, pauses and types a question. Looks like you will have your Mii on a social network format that you can access on the pad at any time. Looks a lot like Twitter.

3:15: The cheesy gamer has a live video chat with someone from the Network that he got an answer from.... not sure if that guy is on his friends list or a random person. Looks like Nintendo is going to build their own social service. Mii characters all over the screen, it's the Wii U menu when you turn on the system. "Mii Wara Wara". Your Miis, your friends, and Miis in your country are grouped in categories by what game they are playing. Even games you may not have on your system. The network interface is called "Miiverse". Can be accessed at anytime even when playing on the TV or Game Pad. Think about having Swapnote and Pictochat in your hands.

3:22: The "Miiverse" network can be used by game developers and integrated into games.

3:25: "Miiverse" will be able to be accessed on Nintendo 3DS, PC, or any Web Device in the future. All linked by the Nintendo Network. Will be the platform to connect all future Nintendo products.

3:26: You can use the Wii U Game Pad to browse the internet and select what content you want to show on the TV separate to what is one the Wii U Game Pad. It's not clear how that will work but seems like an interesting idea. How practical is this?

My Thoughts: It was a short and brief but seems to be very telling of Nintendo's plans. With the Nintendo Network and Miiverse, it does look like Nintendo is finally on board with the social media space. It looks like it is going to be easier than ever to communicate with the Nintendo Community at any time you wish. It's not clear yet how easy it will be to register your friends or strangers into the system. Also it is not clear if the Nintendo Network will be integrated with other social media platforms such as Twitter or Facebook. The most interesting thing to me is how developers will take this new network and use it in their games. That for me lies the real power of the Nintendo Network. Let's just hope they don't use it to start placing targeted DLC advertising into our games.

What do you think? Did you like what you saw in the presentation? http://www.nintendo.co.jp/nintendo_direct_pre_e3_2012/en/index.html

5.30.2012

WBMT EP 70: Dragon's Dogma Fap Fest




We're back with a new episode that is just in the nick time for E3. We do some speculation about the kind of news we'll see coming out of E3 and what the big 3 will bring to the table that will get us chomping at the bit. Can Nintendo surprise a highly skeptical industry that it can play in the HD arena?

Dragon's Dogma is the highlight of the podcast where we break down what we like, what we don't like, and give you a good idea if this is going to be a game for you. We also compare it to Skyrim, since it seems to be the only thing the internet wants to talk about. How did Capcom's new IP fare against our fickle tastes? Find this out and more on this weeks Who Burned My Toast!

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5.24.2012

Where to find the Berserk Armor in Dragon's Dogma

Dragon's Dogma has a nice little tie in with the amazing Berserk Anime that has got me and hopefully you, excited. Capcom Unity posted this livestream on launch day revealing a huge boss and disclosing the only location where you can find and purchase the armor sets for Guts and Griffith. Instead of making you watch the whole video I'm going to just let you know where to find it, but I highly recommend checking out the live stream if you're even remotely curious about the game. It's good stuff.

Watch live video from Capcom-Unity on TwitchTV
So here it is, about one-third of the way through the game there will be a quest from the merchant Alon at "The Ancient Quarry". Take the path that directly leads West from Gran Soren. The merchant must be outside at the main entrance and is the only guy in town that is going to cough up the goods. Return to the merchant and complete the quest. The merchant will then have moved inside near the beginning section of the quarry. You're looking for the Thousand Troops set for Guts and the White Hawk set for Griffith. Have fun living your dream Berserk fans and start saving up your gold!

5.21.2012

E3 2012. Forever Alone.

Most people don’t bother to look at me. Some don’t even seem to notice my existence. Gamers have done this ritual thousands of times before. I’m old news to them. Years of playing video games has served them well with the muscle-memory equivalent to a trained athlete. To most I’m just an extension of their bodies. A conduit that delivers them full control and immersion into the video game world in front of them.

This is my life as a Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale demo unit Dualshock controller. Forever alone.

5.13.2012

Our Nintendo 3DS Friend List User Guide

We hope this helps you better understand how to successfully use the Nintendo 3DS Friend List.

5.09.2012

WMBT EP 69: Constipated Monkey Hot Slut




Alright, you may be sitting there asking yourself a few questions. What does it mean? What the hell happened? Is this even a video game podcast? What's a Monkey hot slut?

This ridiculous title and more will become clear when you listen to this weeks episode of Who Burned My Toast. When it's over, eat a cookie and you will be as right as rain.

We cover Dragon's Dogma, Ghost Recon Future Solider BETA, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, the Black Ops II announcement and talk about our favorite NES and SNES RPG's. Thanks for listening and don't forget to leave comments below. Let us know what some of your favorite old school RPG's left a special place in your heart.

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4.23.2012

The Failing of PSN, XBL, and Wii Online

The year is 1990. My parents and I were living in the small rural mountain town of Coarsegold, CA. Its a friday night, and i was partaking in a rare treat. It had been a long week, and we had decided that it was a pizza night. It wasn't just any pizza night, though. While we usually had it delivered from one of the few local places in the area, tonight, we were taking the fight to the Pizza Parlor. The drive is short, but the anticipation makes it feel 10 times longer. Not anticipation for the pizza or the breadsticks or even the chance that i might run into a friend there.

This pizza parlor had arcade machines. Not just any arcade machines, they had Street Fighter 2.

The car had barely stopped before my seat belt was off, sprinting at full speed into this poor old building. The ambiance was incredible. Now you usually don't hear terms like “ambiance” thrown around to describe Pizza Parlors, but if you grew up in my generation, you can relate. The Smell of greasy frisbees made from pure cholesterol, the salad bar that kept everything at just a few degrees below room temperature, and the tables that were sticky from years of grease and soda spills.

It was heaven.

My parents had begun to order but i didn't care. My attention was focused in on the measly “arcade”. Like any sneaky mischievous 8 year old, i started to slink away, hopefully unnoticed by the benefactors of my habit. i get 3 steps away and i hear my name called. “ANDREW, Get BACK here. You can play games when you're done eating” My heart sinks. I know i’m going to love the pizza and the soda, but that's not why we're here. I was here to play.

Sure i had a Nintendo like any other kid of my generation, I even had a decent collection of games, but It was a poor substitute for this. I could play single player games until my eyes bled, but multiplayer was not the greatest on NES. The arcade had this cornered. packs of sweaty teenagers gathered around a nondescript wooden box just waiting for their chance to play; for their time to shine.

The pizza had arrived, i had scarfed it at warp speed and sat there with a longing look in my eyes. My mom looks at me, sighs and grabs her purse. Holy shit this is it! Her hand reaches in and pulls out her wallet. one by one she begins handing me quarters. I don't even see them as currency anymore, these are chances. Chances to play, Chances to Win, chances to impress. I say thanks, and begin my trek over to the machine.

It's a fairly busy friday night and one of the few pizza places in town. There are 6 or 7 kids (most of them older than me) all standing around this Street Fighter Cabinet. I look up and see the screen. Ryu is Pummeling Blanka. But that's not what i’m looking for. The object of my attention is right below them, on the bottom of the monitor. There lies the quarters. a row of quarters marking the play order of the gladiators in this arena. I sneak over to one side and place mine into the group. Now we wait.

The next few matches are exciting, with most people playing wither Ryu or Ken (pretty much the same as the tournament scene today). These kids are good. Really good. A perfect here, a hadouken or shoryuken there. I’m in way over my head. I don't care, i came to play, winning is a bonus. Finally my turn is up, i walk up to the machine, the glares of the gods on me, and assume my position. I reach up and grab my quarter. My hands are shaking. I’m sweating bullets. I slide the small metal coin into the slot and hear that beautiful sound.

Now, the real fun begins.

4.17.2012

WBMT EP 68: Xenoblade and our 3DS eShop Game Giveaway



Hallelujah Wii JRPG fans. The wait is finally over and the hard fought for Xenoblade Chronicles is in our clutches. As it lovingly embraces Wii's across North America, we give you our initial impressions and let you know if the game delivers the goods.

Also on the agenda is our 3DS eShop Game Giveaway. Thanks to all of you that sent us your questions, but only two lucky entrants won a copy of VVVVVV or Pushmo. Download the podcast and skip to 1:01:40 and see if you've won! Thank you again for participating. We'll be contacting the winners soon. All of this and more on this episode of Who Burned My Toast.

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4.10.2012

VVVVVV and Pushmo 3DS eShop Game Giveaway (Updated)

The Horse says you're a winner!
The Winners have been selected. Keep your eye out for Episode 68 of the podcast to find out if you've won!

You're in luck internet. We've got our hands on some Nintendo eShop game download codes! We're going to give away one copy of VVVVVV and a copy of Pushmo on the upcoming 68th episode of the Who Burned My Toast Podcast. So listen up and we'll tell you how to get entered into the drawing for your chance to win one of these fine pieces of entertainment.

Actually it's quite easy. Just follow these 3 easy steps.

1. All you need to do is log in and post us a question in the comments section below, send us an email at whoburnedmytoast@gmail.com, or post on our facebook page for the Who Burned My Toast crew to answer on the podcast. Want to know more about these games? Just ask us. Literally any question related to gaming is fair and we'll give you the goods. Heck, we'll answer any question you got. Want to know if the Moon landings we're real or faked? We'll answer it! Go crazy and have fun.

2. Get your question in to us by April 15th 12:00 P.M. PST. You only get one entry for a question. Multiple questions won't get your name entered more than once!

3. Listen to episode 68 of the podcast. We'll randomly select the winners from the list of names received and announce the winners on the podcast. So keep your fingers crossed and don't forget to check back soon. Feel free to subscribe to the podcast by clicking the iTunes icon at the above right.

Thanks and good luck!

4.03.2012

Who Burned My Toast Ep. 67: Journey and a Killer Bee Burrito







Amado, Brad and our PC guru Drew are on deck to deliver you some entertainment and sensual awkward silences in this episode. If you're a smart kid, you may have noticed that we're talking about thatgamecompany's beautifully designed game, Journey. If you've haven't played this game yet, stop what you're doing and go! Run to your PS3 and download this game. Spoiler alert, we love the game and give you our thoughts on the game. Please don't listen if you haven't played it yet. After your done, post your thoughts in the comments section below.

We also cover DrawSomething, Silent Hill HD Collection, PS4 Orbis and Assassin's Creed III.


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3.21.2012

Who Burned My Toast Ep. 66: You're lucky George Lucas didn't write Mass Effect 3, you babies.




 If you've taken a minute to come out from underneath your rock, you may have noticed that some people are very upset with Mass Effect 3. So much in fact that demands, harassment on Twitter, and a claim to the FTC has been filed. We discuss and try to understand the who, what, why and the WTF. Oh yeah we also talk about some video games like Street Fighter X Tekken, Super Scribblenauts and the new Neo Geo handheld.

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3.07.2012

Who Burned My Toast 65: Rhythm Heaven Fever Spreads








It's full on double rainbow in this dastardly episode of the podcast. We discuss Rhythm Heaven Fever, Hawken (again!), Valves rumored hardware "Steam Box", Mass Effect 3 fans, Puss in Boots, and Rogert Eberts inability to recognize gaming as an valid entertainment medium. This is only scratching the surface of this hopefully informative and 100% accurate podcast!  



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2.27.2012

Musicast Ep 18: The Legend of Zelda Symphony Orchestra



Performed by The Legend of Zelda Orchestra Bastyr Chapel in Kenmore, Washington 2011
Recorded by Chad Seiter and Bruce Botnick
Composed by Koji Kondo

For all of you that can't make it to one of the live performances near you, (You can check at zelda-symphony.com) we've brought to you the special edition CD that came bundled with The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword so you can enjoy this amazing music as well. Enjoy!

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2.21.2012

Who Burned My Toast? 64: May Day... MMAAAYY DAAAAYYYY!





We're back to our old selves bitching and moaning about the things that burned our toast in the gaming industry. Why can't Nintendo do online correctly? Why do Metal Gear games have horrible control mechanics? Where the heck is the rest of the podcast crew? Brad and Amado ask these pertinent questions and give our final thoughts on Resident Evil Revelations.

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2.16.2012

Take a Journey with us March 14th 2012.


"That Game Company" has finally announced a release date for their upcoming visually stunning game Journey. A very unique downloadable game coming to the Playstation Network.

It's a game who's concept still eludes me. What I know about it is; you'll wander around a sandy dune like world as a robed character trying to get to a mountain in the distance. There is no form of communication but you will encounter other players on their own journey. I believe you can then chose to hinder or help their progress through the world, but I could be completely wrong about that.

Visually it's one of the most attractive looking games. Specifically for it's vector style graphics and smooth animations. A beautiful piece of art in my opinion, this is definitely something I'm going to buy right away.

If you are unfamiliar with the work of "That Game Company" and own a PS3 go ahead and download the "Flower" demo on the PSN. One of the first games that will come up in an discussion about gaming as Art.

Go here for more info

2.07.2012

Who Burned My Toast? 63: How do you clean a Fleshlight?

Lollipop Chainsaw






Your bi-monthly dose of gaming and random news is here; hot and ready to be served. This week we have a full house with the whole WBMT crew present. Plus we invite one of our active members Eric who is a monster at Battlefield 3 to join the fray.

This week Brad get's some hands on time and impressions with the Playstation Vita by attending the Vita Hill Social Club in San Francisco. If you want to get your own filthy hands on the device, see if there is one in your neck of the woods. Other topics include the Fleshlight for iPad, Tribes: Ascend, Rift, Twisted Metal, and we all profess our love for Suda 51 as we longingly wait for Lollipop Chainsaw.

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1.24.2012

Who Burned My Toast? 62: Resident Evil - Our Revelations





Hey Internet, it's time for another full hour of the bull session with the Who Burned My Toast crew. This week we get some hands on time with Capcom's Resident Evil Operation Racoon City as well as Resident Evil Revelations. We discuss how these new entries into the series play well as talk about the newly announced RE 6 trailer. Let's just say that the trailer reveals more questions than answers.

Have you seen the future of gaming? We think we may have. At this year's CES, Razer announced it's gaming tablet called "Project Fiona" that boasts a dual analog control set up with touch screen controls. Do you think tablet gaming is the wave of the future?

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1.19.2012

Musicast Ep 17: Megaman X


Dev: Capcom
Publisher: Majesco
Producer: Tokuro Fujiwara
Art: Keiji Inafune, Hyato Kaji, Ikki Tazaki, Tatsuya Yoshikawa
Writer: Keiji Inafune
Composer: Setsuo Yamamoto, Makoto Tomozawa, Yuki Iwai, Yuko Takehara, and Toshihiko Horiyama


Megaman X for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System released in 1993, is my favorite Megaman game in the whole series. Please enjoy the music.

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1.09.2012

WBMT Episode 61: 2012 Year of the Raptor






Happy New Year everyone from the Who Burned My Toast crew. We took a long hiatus over the holidays to recharge and explore the world. We've missed you and bring to you an episode chock full of gaming content, opinions, and of course the weird and the profane. It wouldn't be a WBMT podcast without a few good stories mixed in that may or may not involve fecal matter in a South American country. We also wanted to let you know that we are using Swapnote on the 3DS and if you want to share messages with us, please feel free to send us your friends codes to whoburnedmytoast@gmail.com. It's good to be back and we hope you enjoy the show.

Brad and Amado

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