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Options February 18, 2011: Live from Amoeba Music SF The KUSF IN EXILE with WFMU, WITC, KXLU, KFJC, KDVS, KZSU, WXYC, WREK, WCBN, KVRX, KALX,KSCU, KXSC, & KRFP with KUSF DJs Irwin, DJ Schmeejay, Harry D, Jantine B, Carolyn, + Stereo Steve + WFMU hosts Billy Jam & Gaylord Fields

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Intro by Billy Jam to DJ Schmeejay               
Rudy Valee & Conneticut Yankees  on the air   Options 1926 - 1936  Sunbeam        0:05:51 (Pop‑up)
Unknown Greek artist  untitled   Options   RCA Victor        0:06:47 (Pop‑up)
Ian Dury & the Blockheads  Uneasy Sunny Day Hotsy Totsy" (Dury, Turnbull)   Options Do It Yourself  Stiff Records         0:08:26 (Pop‑up)
Stanley Yarwski  My Only Little Horse   Options Polka Party  Paramount        0:11:01 (Pop‑up)
Dee Clark  Hey Little Girl   Options 14 Golden Recordings  Vee Jay        0:23:48 (Pop‑up)
Can  Soul Desert   Options Soundtracks  Liberty        0:24:04 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
DJ Schmeejay on da mic 







Sister Midres Barker  I Hunger and Thirst   Options Early Shaker Spirituals  Rounder        0:24:45 (Pop‑up)
Shogun Kunitoki  Mulberg   Options Vinonaamakasio .  Fonal         
The Harbours Band  koma mosi   Options Nigeria Special: Modern Highlife, Afro-sounds & Nigerian Blues 1970-76  Soundway Records Ltd.         
KUSF in EXILE drops              0:27:22 (Pop‑up)
Mills Brothers  Glow Worm   Options Greatest Hits  MCA         

Music behind DJ:
DJ Irwin on da mic 







0:29:22 (Pop‑up)
Yoko Ono  Children Power   Options Starpeace  Polydor        0:30:40 (Pop‑up)
Omar Souleyman  Lett Jani   Options Highway To Hassake – Folk & Pop Sounds Of Syria  Sublime Frequencies        0:34:30 (Pop‑up)
J-Dilla  Love   Options   BBE Records    12"    0:36:27 (Pop‑up)
Erykah Badu  Back In The Day   Options Worldwide Underground  Motown    LP    0:39:24 (Pop‑up)
Alice Coltrane  Spiritual Eternal   Options Eternity  Warner Brothers    LP    0:45:01 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Save KUSF drop + Irwin mic break 







Grace Jones  Pars   Options   island    12"    0:45:32 (Pop‑up)
Francoise Hardy  Il Voyage   Options Le Double Disque D'or De Francoise Hardy  Disques Vogue        0:52:58 (Pop‑up)
Dylan's Gospel  I Shall Be Released   Options The Brothers and Sisters  Phantom Sound & Vision        0:55:51 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
DJ Irwin and Billy Jam + Gaylord Fields into Harry D's set 







0:58:28 (Pop‑up)
Ann Peebles  Somebody's on Your Case   Options   Hi Records  1972  7"    1:02:58 (Pop‑up)
Denise LaSalle  Get Up Off My Mind   Options   Westbound  1974  7"    1:11:40 (Pop‑up)
Marva Whitney  What Do I Have to Do to Prove Me Love to You   Options   King Records  1968  7"    1:06:24 (Pop‑up)
Hortense Ellis  People Make the World Go Round   Options   Alltone        1:08:58 (Pop‑up)
Tammi Lynn  To Prove My Love To You   Options           1:16:51 (Pop‑up)
Robert Moore  Everything's Gonna Be Alright   Options   Record Kicks         
Chuck Carbo  Can I Be Your Squeeze?   Options   Canyon    7"     

Music behind DJ:
Harry D mic break 







1:19:42 (Pop‑up)
The Meters  Chicken Strut   Options   Josie Records    7"    1:23:11 (Pop‑up)
Ted Taylor  Something Strange Is Going on in My House   Options   Ronn Records    7"    1:23:26 (Pop‑up)
Elridge Holmes & The Meters  Pop, Popcorn Children   Options   Atco    7"    1:26:39 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Harry D mic break 







Mano Negra  Casa Babylon   Options Casa Babylon  Virgin France        1:30:28 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
KUSF DJ in Exile Carolyn intros her set 







1:31:51 (Pop‑up)
Chin Chin  Never Surrender   Options Sound Of The Westway  Slumberland         1:33:33 (Pop‑up)
The Ruts  Something That I Said   Options   Virgin    12"    1:35:46 (Pop‑up)
Swell Maps  Harmony In Your Bathroom   Options Trip To Marinvelle  Munster Records        1:38:49 (Pop‑up)
The Brides  Get To You   Options   RIp Off Records    7"    1:43:02 (Pop‑up)
Peripherique Est  Le Rock D'Ci   Options   Close Up Records    7"    1:45:40 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Carolyn KUSF DJ mic break 







1:47:48 (Pop‑up)
Eddie Current Suppression Ring  Taoiga   Options   Distort    7"    1:49:23 (Pop‑up)
The Kinks  I Am Free   Options United Kinksdom  PYE        1:53:28 (Pop‑up)
John Fred and His Playboy Band  Little Dum Dum   Options   Paula Records    7"    1:54:30 (Pop‑up)
The Oblivians  Never Change   Options Soul Food  Crypt        1:57:55 (Pop‑up)
Lo-Fi Jerkheads  In Your Stereo   Options   Black Gladiator    7"    2:00:06 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
mic break with Billy Jam, Gaylord Fields, Steve The Creep into Jantine B set 







2:00:21 (Pop‑up)
Divine Light Intervention              2:05:34 (Pop‑up)
Zion I  The Bay   Options   Live Up Records        2:09:01 (Pop‑up)
Skipworth & Turner      4th & Broadway    7"    2:09:12 (Pop‑up)
Sylvester  Give It Up (Don't Make Me Wait)   Options   Fantasy Records        2:12:07 (Pop‑up)
Baby Huey  Hard TImes   Options   Curtom        2:19:30 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Jantine B mic break 

former WFMU DJ and more recently KUSF DJ Jantine B   Options






2:20:19 (Pop‑up)
Janet Jackson  Rhythm Nation   Options     A&M  7"    2:23:12 (Pop‑up)
Stevie Wonder  We Can Work It Out   Options   Motown    7"    2:26:46 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Steve the Creep into Stereo Steve 







2:30:11 (Pop‑up)
Oshun  Rattle Of Life   Options   Mercury    7"    2:32:28 (Pop‑up)
Bubble Puppy  Hot Smoke and Sassafrass   Options   International Artists    7"    2:34:38 (Pop‑up)
Dead Moon  Dark Deception   Options   Sub Pop    7"    2:38:40 (Pop‑up)
Felt  My Face Is On Fire   Options   Cherry Red  1982  7"    2:38:46 (Pop‑up)
Wire  Outdoor Miner   Options   Harvest  1978      2:43:45 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Stereo Steve 







2:43:54 (Pop‑up)
Rodd Keith  Baby Talk   Options   Preview Records    7"    2:48:43 (Pop‑up)
Napoleon XIV  They're Comin to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!   Options   Collectables/BMG        2:49:56 (Pop‑up)
The Calico Wall              2:52:22 (Pop‑up)
Howlin Wolf  Evil   Options   Chess    7"    2:53:58 (Pop‑up)
Pigbag  papa's got a brand new pigbag   Options   Rough Trade         

Music behind DJ:
farewell mic break from KUSF IN EXILE Live from Amoeba SF show 

with Stereo Steve, Irwin, Steve the Creep, Billy Jam, Gaylord Fields   Options






2:56:13 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:02am Billy Jam:

This is a very special event in celebration of the greatness that was (and hopefully will soon again be) KUSF San Francisco radio on the FM dial. The station was kicked off the air on Jan 18th during DJ Schmeejay's show so I thought it only fitting that DJ Schmeejay should begin today's radio broadcast by picking up from where he was so rudely interrupted by the plug pullers at the 90.3FM transmitter during his last radio show.
  9:13am Billy Jam:

Live from Amoeba Music San Francisco noon to 3pm (local Cali time) which is 3pm to 6pm back in NJ. This radio show is broadcasting not only on WFMU but also is being carried live by radio stations all across the country in an unprecedented show of solidarity for the unacceptable treatment of KUSF radio. Joining WFMU today in broadcasting are WITC Cazenovia, NY 88.9FM, KXLU Los Angeles 88.9FM, KFJC Los Altos Hills 89.7FM, KDVS Davis 90.3FM, KZSU Stanford 90.1FM, WXYC Chapel Hill NC 89.3FM, WREK Atlanta GA 91.1FM, WCBN Ann Arbor Michigan 88.3FM, KVRX Austin TX 91.7FM, KALX Berkeley 90.7FM, & KRFP Moscow Idaho (Free Radio Moscow) 92.5FM. Each of these FM stations will also live stream the broadcast on their respective websites - as will kusfarchives dot com. There will also be a live video stream today c/o Yowie Dot Com. KUSF DJs Irwin, DJ Schmeejay, Harry D, Jantine B, Carolyn, and Stereo Steve will spin half hour music sets (give or take a few minutes depending on mic breaks) while myself and WFMU's Gaylord Fields (coincidentally out in the Bay Area this week) will host the event - doing the legal IDs at top of each hour. Thanks for tuning in and supporting the fight to SAVE KUSF. If you are in the Bay Area git yer ass over here to Amoeba Music on Haight Street in San Francisco up until 3pm local CA time. Thank-you!
  10:38am Misty Briggs:

as an ex commercial FM DJ and promotions director of many years (and a college DJ for one year) I have to say that this is one of the most awesome things that I have ever seen in radio! The solidarity is unprecedented and all of us here in Chapel Hill, NC have got your back!! Thanks for all that you do KUSF! We need more stations just like you... not less!!
Much Respect and Appreciation,
Misty Dawn
owner/founder No More Fake Labels
  3:02pm jeff-m:

hey Mna, everything sounds great... levels , etc.
  3:03pm Vicki (DO or DIY on WFMU):

good luck, people! Where's the videocast? Hello Amoeba too
  3:04pm jeff-m:

billy you all have a mic on still getting room sounds
  3:04pm Handsome Harry:

  3:04pm paul:

WCBN is down for the cause!!! SAVE KUSF!!!
  3:05pm Scott W:

hey Billy is that former FMU DJ Jantine B?? If so tell her hello!
  3:05pm djspidermanZ:

keep the room sounds
  3:08pm pete accident:

thanks a fuckton, WFMU. you guys are the best!

doin great schmeejay!
  3:08pm tomasz.:

solidarity to all of you
  3:09pm Billy Jam:

hey Scott - yes it is former WFMU DJ Jantine B....got your message about Marathon
  3:09pm Cheri Pi:

inspirational array of stickers!
  3:13pm MrFab:

Listening live to L.A.'s KXLU, who, like KUSF, are also broadcasting from a Jesuit university. Let's hope the good padres don't all get the same idea...

Hey Vicki! The video is on Yowie.com, but the picture was so small I could barely see anything.
  3:13pm pete accident:

  3:14pm Tyler Durden:

Fight the power. (Streaming somewhere on the interwebz via WCBN.)
  3:16pm jeff-m:

room mics still on...
  3:16pm Ken:

Hello to Billy, Gaylord Fields, Schmeejay, Brad. Kenya, Irwin, The Liz, Kirstin and everybody else! Wish I coulda been there today but I am sitting here at 33,000 feet enroute to Utah for some snowboarding, and listening! Keep strong KUSF! Dont give up!
  3:17pm djspidermanZ:

more flange and compression on "the room" please ,,,great show , ,, really hitting the spot ,,,cheeers
  3:18pm Billy Jam:

hey KEN wish you were here
  3:19pm Richard from Venezuela:

Billy Jam and KUSF. My respects. This is real teamwork.
  3:20pm efd:

Sounding good on the 128k stream in my office cubicle. Sending good thoughts and best wishes to all at KUSF and everyone who helped make this nationwide simulcast happen!
  3:21pm djspidermanZ:

droollish dribbles of jealous snowboard desires drip from my lips,, bomb those slopes Ken,,,<sighs>
  3:22pm Dave in Chicago:

This is pretty intense. My 2 favorite stations at once somehow-and I'm in the middle weeeeeeeee!
  3:23pm Sam S.:

Thanks to Katherine, who turned me on to KUSF just a couple of weeks before they pulled the plug!
  3:26pm WQAX in the grave:

Best wishes to KUSF, hoping to you all again!
  3:27pm Vicki (DO or DIY on WFMU):

Hi Mr Fab!
  3:28pm Vicki (DO or DIY on WFMU):

  3:29pm Mike East:

Schmeejay is my favorite DJ name ever....has good taste in music, too...a bonus.
  3:31pm Ike:

AAC+ stream just dropped out on me. Ogg stream and 128k MP3 seem OK so far. Sounds great!
  3:32pm jeff-m:

ok thanks Ike
  3:32pm Madi Horstman:

Radio listeners and music lovers are some of the finest people on earth. The solidarity expressed today is beyond heart warming. Giving the SF folks a voice is a kind and just thing to do. Viva Radio, Viva WFMU, WFMU RULZ!!
  3:33pm erm:

omar rullz
  3:35pm Ken:

Yes, AAC stream appears to be dead. Jeff, can you call Liz B or Mike Adler about that?
  3:37pm Adler:

checking ..
  3:37pm Liz B.:

AAC+ stream is working a-ok for me.
  3:38pm Cecile:

dilllllla. Hola radio fans, Billy, KUSF crue...
  3:38pm Vicki (DO or DIY on WFMU):

Ken, are you typing that from the sky?
  3:39pm ALF of Hip Hop Slam:

Hey there everybody! I can't listen in to the broadcast right now because I'm on travel working. Just want to say hello!

  3:41pm foxy brown:

i like dj schmeejay's eclectic taste in music.
  3:42pm Ken:

Yes, I am in the sky!
  3:42pm Ike:

AAC+ still not working here. Ogg is good.
  3:44pm Cheri Pi:

Is this Birthday Ken??
  3:45pm Ken:

AAC+ also still dead for me, while all other streams are working. But I'm over Oklahoma about to cross into Kansas airspace so dont go by me. Yes! It's me Cheri Pi! Schmeejay, loved your set!
  3:45pm pete accident:

yeah alice!
  3:46pm Laura G:

Listening online from London England - Schmeejay, it's Laura formerly of Stanford Jazz, living in London now. Bummed to hear about the sale of KUSF. Also miss the excellent pizza and the one-of-a-kind place that is the Bay Area. Best of luck.
  3:46pm Cheri Pi:

Happy Birthday shout outs to KEN!
  4:00pm pete accident:

ahhh this rundown of call letters so so inspiring. thank you thank you everyone.
  4:01pm Madi Horstman:

This is giving me chills. Surely today will be part of a feature film.
  4:01pm John:

It’s times like this when I am so proud of being a WFMU fan. In the words of Def Leppard, rise up, gather round, let rock this place to the ground.
  4:05pm Derek Walmsley:

Listening from London in the office of The Wire magazine. Great idea. Much respect.
  4:05pm John Badger:

Give 'em hell, KUSF.
  4:09pm foxy brown:

i love this funky music! great idea billy jam.
  4:09pm Richard from Venezuela:

Second that foxy. Great funk.
  4:12pm KC in MKE:

Music is fantastic - solidarity is is the air, listening in Wisconsin where cheeseheads are also revolting.
  4:13pm Billy Jam:

thanks Foxy Brown - thanks to everyone tuned in and all the radio stations streaming this live feed
  4:16pm Madi Horstman:

Oh and thanks to Billy Jam and Haqppy Birthday to my hero Ken.
  4:17pm Andy S.:

That may be Hortense Ellis but this song is not "What Do I Have to Do to Prove My Love To You." It's "Mojo Hannah," and it was also recorded by Marvin Gaye on his very first live LP; and by Tami Lynn, in a studio version produced by Jerry Wexler. If I'm correct, somebody might want to correct the playlist entry.
  4:19pm Johnny Savage:

Yo Billy ... KUSF would not have gone down had you not left the Bay Area ;-) Keep up the great radio.
  4:19pm Billy Jam:

hey Andy and all else - due to the logistics here (running up and down a filght of stairs to get to playlist computer - and reading handwriting ) this playlist is imperfect now - but will update correctly later by time of archives -promise
  4:20pm Cecile:

  4:22pm Andy S.:

Oops! Please disregard my previous post, which resulted from a misreading of the playlist. Sorry...
  4:27pm djspidermanZ:

long live freeform.
great choons.
will Ken get balloons at the ready for his snowboard antics?
  4:32pm pete accident:

chin chin!
  4:33pm Brian Turner (WFMU):

Bay area radio means mucho mucho. Special shout out to the late great Ken Hamilton/Spiderman from KFJC who used to spend great times on the phone (yes the phone) yakking up records he loved to me....and hey to Irwin, Jantine, Carolyn n everyone. Sounds great out there....
  4:34pm Regina:

The listeners around the country may not know that Billy Jam publishes a playlist for his program. Please announce.
  4:37pm Richard from Venezuela:

I like the start of dj carolyn's set.
  4:39pm Cheri Pi:

I can feel the excitement through the airwaves! Kudos to everyone involved in the KUSF in Exhile show!
  4:43pm Laurie:

Listening on the radio via WXYC in Chapel Hill!
  4:44pm Cheri Pi:

This is my Swell maps' jam!
  4:44pm perrin:

in 1986 the KUSF reggae show used to rock my little world. long live KUSF!
  4:47pm zephir (kusf):

so great listening to this with static, reception changing as the weather changes. you rock, fmu!
  4:51pm LP:

You guys were there for freeform in New Orleans & now for KUSF. I will continue to support WFMU with my ears & wallet! (It is THAT time of year.)
  4:55pm PMD:

Go go! (and thanks for the t-shirt guys)
  4:56pm perrin:

oops, reggae show in 1986 was KFJC? Spliff Scanking and richard ranking? if memory serves. KUSF was punk, I remember that now...
  5:02pm PMD:

Gaylord! Are you really smiling? ;-) Nice to meet you!
  5:04pm frenchee:

  5:10pm Cecile:

Wow! I haven't heard this record in 20 years. and I own it...
  5:11pm Cecile:

When is the Junior revival going to happen, I ask?
  5:12pm Cecile:

Jantine, get out of my head.
  5:12pm frenchee:

whoa, weird channel hop all of a sudden....
  5:13pm jeff-m:

better now?
  5:13pm PMD:

Sound is MUCH better
  5:16pm efd:

yeah, huge improvement!
  5:17pm efd:

Not that I thought it was sounding bad before... but now it sounds *better*

Of course, it may just be the Jimmie Walker.
  5:17pm jeff-m:

weird, I didn't do anything at the board here... levels all same as before.
  5:17pm frenchee:

yes, the channel hop I mentioned was both of them (?) kicking in. Nice.
  5:17pm Marmalade kitty:

  5:22pm Marmalade kitty:

No messing, this is amazing what all of you are doing in a show of unbeliavabe support for the great unfortunate KUSF, Fight The Power!!
  5:23pm Cecile:

  5:24pm efd:

Jeff, not sure how to describe it but there was a noticeable boost in the levels as well as a shift in the presence(?) of the audio on the 128k mp3 stream, around 5:10 or so. Maybe someone tweaked something out in SF.
  5:24pm Cecile:

I don't care if Janet sold a million records, this and Control were the JAM.
  5:25pm Marmalade kitty:

Hola, Gilbert C! ..I used to love this record, 1988..no?
  5:25pm pete accident:

<3<3jantine b 4-eva<3<3
  5:26pm Regina:

KSCU Santa Clara is streaming the program. But, I can't confirm if they are also OTA. Legal ID is KSCU Santa Clara 103.3.
  5:27pm Dave in Chicago:

Man I love me some Carolyn and Jantine!
And if you wanna check out the VIDEO stream go here...
  5:27pm PMD:

Great Stevie Wonder!
  5:28pm Cecile:

'89, I remember it dominating early '90. And '91. It was biiiiig.
  5:31pm Marmalade kitty:

I was out of it by '89 I grew up.. dont you know!!!
  5:31pm Cecile:

Now I want to hear Black Cat.
  5:32pm pete accident:

happy birthday STEREO!
  5:32pm LSMonkey:

listening from the car Thanks Billy!
  5:33pm Marmalade kitty:

  5:37pm Marmalade kitty:

Whats the name of this Bubble Puppy track and year?
  5:39pm Marmalade kitty:

and Oshun, please..?
  5:39pm Billy Jam:

Will input exact playlist info later
  5:39pm Marmalade kitty:

That was awesome! Thank you
  5:41pm pete accident:

  5:42pm fleep:

KXLU don't reach the Slam Fernando Valley, listening to the WFMU stream. Most excellent sounds, Best of luck to all.
  5:43pm Marmalade kitty:

Hello, Lush version.. :)
  5:46pm Timi Dz Nutz:

Billy...truly an amazing prodution you pulled off, this one is going down in the history books. Like Cherri Pi said you can feel the excitement on the airwaves.
  5:59pm pete accident:

well said gaylord! it is an honor roll!
  6:00pm djspidermanZ:

power the people
  6:27pm Billy Jam:

THANK YOU ALL for your contributions to this historic event. Thank-you to all the radio stations including WFMU (special thanks to FMU GM Ken Freedman), WITC Cazenovia, KXLU Los Angeles, KFJC Los Altos Hills, KDVS Davis, KZSU Stanford, WXYC Chapel Hill, WREK Atlanta, WCBN Ann Arbor, KVRX Austin, KALX Berkeley, KRFP Moscow Idaho, KSCU Santa Clara, and KXSC Los Angeles. Thanks to the KUSF DJs in Exile who spun sets: DJ Schmeejay, Irwin, Harry D, Jantine B, Carolyn, and Stereo Steve. Also thanks to Steve The Creep who was on the mic giving away tix and all the other KUSF DJs that came thru including Germ, Tomas, and David Bassin. Thanks to Brad Stark and Kenya Lewis and all the other tireless Save KUSF folks working quietly behind the scenes. Thanks to Erica and the guys from Yowie.com for driving all night up from LA to do a video stream of the event. Thanks to my WFMU co-host Gaylord Fields.

A special thank-you Amoeba Music San Francisco for not only hosting the event but getting behind it 100% in every way including doing a whole round of pre-publicity. Special mention to Karen Pearson, Ilene Berg, Tarin (who did sound for show), Kaitlin (photos), & Tim Cohen (tech advice).Thanks to WFMU's Jeff Mullan for engineering back in the WFMU NJ studios and to WFMU's Scott Williams for tech support, Brian Turner & Liz Berg for their support and everyone else at WFMU. Thanks also to every entity that publicized, promoted, and got word out on the event including Spinning Indie, Bay Citizen, SF Weekly, CMJ, Pitchfork, New York Daily News, and KTVU TV. But mostly THANK-YOU to YOU the radio listener who tune in, appreciate, and support left of the dial stations like KUSF. It was a fun broadcast. For me it was the final in a three part Bay Area series of WFMU remotes. Next week (Feb 25th) I will be back in the WFMU studios same time (3pm-6pm EST = noon - 3pm PST) with a show that will include a 1988 Miami Bass set and an interview with Yukmouth of the Luniz fame.
- peace- Billy Jam
  10:23pm βrian:

Yo, we need you to make some noise for Wisconsin. It's not about unions per se. It's about autocracy and the royal priviledge of delegating wealth to those who don't need it and can't responsibly manage it.
  12:13am porkchop:

just listened to the archives.......LOVE this manifestation and alignment of support for KUSF--SOOOOO want KUSF back. Thank you Mr. Jam for making it happen live and direct through WFMU. peace
  2:54pm rando cowrissian:

Listened to the podcast this saturday morning. Great job to everyone involved in this historic event! Solidarity brothers and sisters supporting community public radio!
  11:50pm The Lucky Chicken:

Carolyn Keddy Rules! save KUSF!!!
  12:25am <3<3:

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I L☼VE ALLLLUUUUALL MY♪✿S☯CIALJUSTICES☮UND❀♪♬ HE✡R☩S!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!WEREGONNAWINIT!!!!!!!!!:);))))

eternal peAceful blessssssssssssssssingsssssssssssssssssssss,

love, <3<3
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