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County road 233, under my feet
Nothin' on this white rock but little ole me
I've got two miles til he makes bail
And if I'm right we're headed straight for hell

I'm goin' home, gonna load my shotgun
Wait by the door and light a cigarette
If he wants a fight well now he's got one
And he ain't seen me crazy yet
He slap my face and he shook me like a rag doll
Don't that sound like a real man?
I'm going to show him what a little girl's made of
Gunpowder and lead

It's half past ten, another six pack in
And I can feel the rumble like a cold black wind
He pulls in the drive, the gravel flies
He dont know what's waiting here this time

I'm goin' home, gonna load my shotgun
Wait by the door and light a cigarette
If he wants a fight well now he's got one
And he ain't seen me crazy yet
He slap my face and he shook me like a rag doll
Don't that sound like a real man?
I'm going to show him what a little girl's made of
Gunpowder and lead

His fist is big but my gun's bigger
He'll find out when I pull the trigger

I'm goin' home, gonna load my shotgun
Wait by the door and light a cigarette
If he wants a fight well now he's got one
And he ain't seen me crazy yet
He slap my face and he shook me like a rag doll
Don't that sound like a real man?
I'm going to show him what a little girl's made of
Gunpowder and lead

Tracer Hand, Thursday, 8 November 2007 12:40 (fifteen years ago) link

Did you see her last night on the CMA Awards? I really like the new album, but I thought her performance was off last night.

Rockist Scientist, Thursday, 8 November 2007 12:54 (fifteen years ago) link

nope i don't believe they were broadcast in england

Tracer Hand, Thursday, 8 November 2007 13:00 (fifteen years ago) link

Oops, yeah, I hadn't thought of that. Forgot where you were. She sang that song last night.

Rockist Scientist, Thursday, 8 November 2007 13:04 (fifteen years ago) link

I only recently noticed that little bit of tape-looped high-pitched something or other (flute) at the beginning and end of "Down." Nicely done.

Rockist Scientist, Thursday, 8 November 2007 13:37 (fifteen years ago) link

It's half past ten, another six pack in

just kills me, it's rap-like in its internal rhyme and bluntness, it sounds like fat joe could say it

Tracer Hand, Thursday, 8 November 2007 16:02 (fifteen years ago) link

I need to hear this album. I was thinking of going to the record store and buying Britney Spears, Joni Mitchell, and Miranda Lambert.

jaymc, Thursday, 8 November 2007 16:03 (fifteen years ago) link

put those women in a sack, throw them in the ocean, and see who survives.

Alfred, Lord Sotosyn, Thursday, 8 November 2007 16:24 (fifteen years ago) link

also, you can sing these lyrics to the tune of "copperhead road"

Tracer Hand, Thursday, 8 November 2007 16:29 (fifteen years ago) link

also, you can sing these lyrics to the tune of "copperhead road"

which makes this at least the second time she's written a song threatening to commit violent revenge against her cheating man to the tune of a steve earle song. (and both of them are great.)

fact checking cuz, Wednesday, 14 November 2007 15:53 (fifteen years ago) link

I love this album.

Tape Store, Monday, 19 November 2007 01:14 (fifteen years ago) link

two weeks pass...

This album is great, especially any track where she goes all crazy vengeful fires-of-hell psychobitch.

Matt DC, Tuesday, 4 December 2007 17:40 (fifteen years ago) link

Yeah, that's really novel.

Gorge, Tuesday, 4 December 2007 17:45 (fifteen years ago) link

those are my least favorite tracks!

Alfred, Lord Sotosyn, Tuesday, 4 December 2007 17:46 (fifteen years ago) link

(xpost) Boohoo. :_( Scary female country singers upset me.

Mordechai Shinefield, Tuesday, 4 December 2007 17:47 (fifteen years ago) link

Miranda Lamber is about as scary as a flannel shirt.

Gorge, Tuesday, 4 December 2007 17:52 (fifteen years ago) link

and as hot?

Alfred, Lord Sotosyn, Tuesday, 4 December 2007 17:54 (fifteen years ago) link

one year passes...

Someone Still Loves You Evan and Jaron (Tape Store), Sunday, 26 April 2009 08:25 (thirteen years ago) link

Initially disappointment that it wasn't a Stones covr, but it's pretty damn good.

My Neighbor Toronto (kingkongvsgodzilla), Sunday, 26 April 2009 10:03 (thirteen years ago) link

disappointed

My Neighbor Toronto (kingkongvsgodzilla), Sunday, 26 April 2009 10:03 (thirteen years ago) link

five months pass...

OFL the reliance on hot guitar riffs is a plus (not sure if the power chord-anchored John Prine cover is a minus though). Despite perfect lines like the one about the dog she buried in her backyard, "The House That Built Me" is a "Mama I'm Alright"-"Me and Charlie Talking" retread (I'd rather hear flinty-eyed autobiography from her than any other singer-songwriter her age though). I've warmed a little to "Dead Flowers."

Little starbursts of joy (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Sunday, 27 September 2009 23:07 (thirteen years ago) link

The opening riff on "Maintain the Pain" (clunky title) is straight outta Rush, to these ears.

Little starbursts of joy (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Sunday, 27 September 2009 23:11 (thirteen years ago) link

this rules, her best album by far

If Assholes Could Fly This Place Would Be An Airport, Tuesday, 29 September 2009 20:13 (thirteen years ago) link

Yeah? Another one I plan on picking up tonight.

Size-zero-brigade-embrace-token-chubby-chops (jon /via/ chi 2.0), Tuesday, 29 September 2009 20:14 (thirteen years ago) link

need to get this. i see she's covering one of my favorite fred eaglesmith tunes.

flying squid attack (tipsy mothra), Tuesday, 29 September 2009 20:17 (thirteen years ago) link

Better than Kerosene, almost as good as Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. I'm shocked, considering how lukewarm I initially responded to the singles.

Roman Polanski now sleeps in prison. (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Tuesday, 29 September 2009 20:20 (thirteen years ago) link

Brilliant album, sceptical after singles as well. She's just doing the right thing here -- she couldn't possibly top Crazy-Ex on its own terms and seems to just play around here, vary her vocals, have a good time. Three superb albums in a row, where will it end?

abcfsk, Tuesday, 29 September 2009 21:28 (thirteen years ago) link

I like it fine, but not nearly as much as the other two albums. (And "Maintain The Pain" actually reminds me more of Hole than Rush!)

My Spin review:

http://spin.com/reviews/miranda-lambert-revolution-columbia-nashville

And I say more (as do other people) here:

http://www.thesinglesjukebox.com/?p=1339

xhuxk, Tuesday, 29 September 2009 21:56 (thirteen years ago) link

So chuck you'd rate them Crazy Ex-Girlfriend >>> Kerosene >>> Revolution ?

Roman Polanski now sleeps in prison. (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Tuesday, 29 September 2009 22:00 (thirteen years ago) link

Probably. But really, the first two run about even for me; "Kerosene" itself is by far my favorite song by her, though the second album is slightly more consistent. Both made my top 10s the year they came out.

xhuxk, Tuesday, 29 September 2009 22:07 (thirteen years ago) link

(Actually, Crazy Ex Girlfriend was my #7 album of 2007, and I'm pretty sure Kerosene was my #2 or 3 of 2005, though I'd have to dig out the list to make sure. It's possible 2007 had tougher competition though, who knows.)

xhuxk, Tuesday, 29 September 2009 22:24 (thirteen years ago) link

After a couple of days spinning this it feels almost equal to the two others. I think 'Kerosene' is the prettiest and 'Ex-GF' the spiciest, and I take them both as different sides to her and wouldn't want to duel them. This is just so rich, though, I love the feel of her voice and the overall production.

abcfsk, Wednesday, 30 September 2009 00:56 (thirteen years ago) link

Why was I crossing my fingers when I first put this on? Two excellent albums, can she keep it going? And she does. I feel the same with Brad Paisley's albums. This will end up in my Top 10 albums of the year, along with Paisley. It's funny, she's had only 1 Top 10 single on the Billboard Country charts (#7 "Gunpowder and Lead") but she's the most critically acclaimed female Country singer around.

jetfan, Wednesday, 30 September 2009 02:21 (thirteen years ago) link

My favorite tracks, fwiw (though definitely not in this order): "White Liar," "Only Prettier," "Me And Your Cigarettes," "The The Way The World Goes 'Round," "Time To Get A Gun." Pretty sure that none of these come anywhere near my favorite tracks on the first two albums, though.

I'm guessing the people who like the new album more than me also don't think it blands out toward the end (i.e., the last four tracks)? Curious what people hear in those, and in "Makin' Plans," which I also have basically no use for (at least not yet). Also think "Dead Flowers" is probably Miranda's worst (well, most mediocre) single ever.

xhuxk, Wednesday, 30 September 2009 03:01 (thirteen years ago) link

I feel that way about "White Liar." It does tail off towards the end, but albums with more than twelve songs are, according to the Soto Book of Common Law, guilty until proven innocent. I'm also bored of her gun schtick.

Roman Polanski now sleeps in prison. (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Wednesday, 30 September 2009 03:04 (thirteen years ago) link

To me, it's all about that middle part with the two-minute rockers: "Me and Your Cigarette," "Maintain the Pain," "Airstream Song."

Roman Polanski now sleeps in prison. (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Wednesday, 30 September 2009 03:05 (thirteen years ago) link

"Maintain The Pain" is a little too grunge-draggy for me, I think, and "Airstream Song" a little too cutesy. Like them both okay, though, and I could change my mind. Do agree that the guns are getting old, but then again maybe she sticks with them because that's what she's good at.

xhuxk, Wednesday, 30 September 2009 03:13 (thirteen years ago) link

I'm looking forward to hearing this.

_Rudipherous_, Wednesday, 30 September 2009 04:47 (thirteen years ago) link

Xgau in his new CG; I won't link to the MSN site, since whenever I go there I get virus alert messages:

Miranda Lambert: 'Revolution' (Columbia)
Grade: A MINUS

Of course she's quieting down as she grows up, plus covering her bases, so after half a dozen winners she levels off into a nine- song sequence that begins lame with "Makin' Plans," ends lame with "Virginia Bluebelle," and strides along quite nicely in between. And since growing up also means learning to hit your target without discharging your weapon, the grinning "Only Prettier" and the killer metaphor "Me and Your Cigarettes" establish a welcome lightness. In case you had any doubts, Lambert asserts her distance from Music Row by covering John Prine, Julie Miller, and Fred Eaglesmith, the last of whom buys her a gun. Which I guess is how it comes to pass that, in the one that she wrote with her squeeze, the girl catches the boy in bed with some other her and shoots that sinner dead.

xhuxk, Sunday, 4 October 2009 23:57 (thirteen years ago) link

Yeah, an A- is about right.

Roman Polanski now sleeps in prison. (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Monday, 5 October 2009 00:15 (thirteen years ago) link

Yeah. Quite like this, although it does peter off towards the very end. The two minute blasts in the middle are the highlight (Me & Your Cigarettes and Airstream Song especially). Particularly like the Eaglesmith cover and Only Prettier for the ways they push my buttons and aggravate my oversensitive political dog whistle ears. Only Prettier is the first time I feel like the target of Miranda's evisceration and it stings.

MTLiens (Alex in Montreal), Monday, 5 October 2009 03:10 (thirteen years ago) link

This woman is a miracle of deliciousness!

mo radalj, Monday, 5 October 2009 03:22 (thirteen years ago) link

Particularly like the Eaglesmith cover and Only Prettier for the ways they push my buttons

as an eaglesmith fan i think it'd be a mistake to hear that song as exactly pro-gun. it's really about a mostly futile reaction to powerlessness. "time to put something between me and the sun." (plus, it's funny.)

flying squid attack (tipsy mothra), Monday, 5 October 2009 12:54 (thirteen years ago) link

Her voice does a good job of mediating too.

Roman Polanski now sleeps in prison. (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Monday, 5 October 2009 12:57 (thirteen years ago) link

Lambert asserts her distance from Music Row by covering John Prine, Julie Miller, and Fred Eaglesmith

Not sure I buy this, btw. Toby Keith's covered Eaglesmith and Paul Thorn before; Gary Allan's covered Todd Snider. And I'd be surprised if Miranda is the first person to cover Prine or Miller. So it's not as unheard-of a practice on Music Row as Xgau seems to imply. Nasvhille likes good songs, and singers often go outside the mainstream looking for them.

xhuxk, Monday, 5 October 2009 13:07 (thirteen years ago) link

I do agree a lot of the album has a certain "alt-country" (whatever that means anymore) feel, though (and said so in my Spin review.)

xhuxk, Monday, 5 October 2009 13:11 (thirteen years ago) link

George Strait had a country #1 with Prine's "I Just Want to Dance with You" in 1998.

Euler, Monday, 5 October 2009 13:13 (thirteen years ago) link

btw I love Revolution but haven't yet gotten my thoughts in order about it.

Euler, Monday, 5 October 2009 13:13 (thirteen years ago) link

Hell, didn't John Mellencamp in his Coog days co-write a song with Prine? (Coog's a roots-rocker too, but still, he was a pop star then)

Roman Polanski now sleeps in prison. (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Monday, 5 October 2009 13:16 (thirteen years ago) link

Yeah, that sounds kinda familiar...

Anyway, it might be worth noting that, on her previous album, Miranda covered Gillian Welch, Patty Griffin, and Carlene Carter, who all share her gender.

xhuxk, Monday, 5 October 2009 13:26 (thirteen years ago) link

i don't know but she might literally be the best rn

alpine static, Friday, 29 April 2022 16:15 (nine months ago) link

What do you folks think of this arrangement of “In His Arms“?

Hops: Mosaic, Citra, Simcoe (morrisp), Friday, 29 April 2022 16:26 (nine months ago) link

I love the whole fucking thing.

Malevolent Arugula (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Friday, 29 April 2022 16:31 (nine months ago) link

Prefer this version of “In His Arms”

But I like the Marfa version of “Gerladene” a lot more.

Still on my first listen, haven’t gotten to the other Marfa track yet.

sctttnnnt (pgwp), Friday, 29 April 2022 16:36 (nine months ago) link

I was on the verge of saying the B-52s track is not nearly as bad as I expected it to be. Then Fred Schneider came in and turns out it was exactly what I expected. Too bad - it would be a great song without him.

sctttnnnt (pgwp), Friday, 29 April 2022 16:42 (nine months ago) link

The "Waxahatchee" version on this album is big and hook-filled. I've had it in my head for days.

haha I forgot about the B-52s track -- it's...fine? I don't need it.

Malevolent Arugula (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Friday, 29 April 2022 16:44 (nine months ago) link

speaking of the arrangement updates - I loved Waxahachie on The Marfa Tapes, but I think the version on Palomino is sorta breathtaking ... a consummate country radio single

alpine static, Friday, 29 April 2022 16:47 (nine months ago) link

oh, xpost ... and agree :)

alpine static, Friday, 29 April 2022 16:47 (nine months ago) link

I mean, who else can balance camp and empathy like Lambert on something like "Tourist"?

Malevolent Arugula (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Friday, 29 April 2022 17:26 (nine months ago) link

Yeah this is great. In general I've had a hard time loving her albums, they always have songs I love but tend to lose me. But this sustains straight through.

Also I like the B-52s track, I think it's funny.

I prefer the Marfa version of In His Arms - i dont have any problem w the new arrangement exactly, it’s just that I prefer her delivery in the Marfa version & i think the song overall works better being really spare & plaintive

terminators of endearment (VegemiteGrrl), Friday, 29 April 2022 20:17 (nine months ago) link

That was my first reaction as well (I look forward to listening to the new album more)

Hops: Mosaic, Citra, Simcoe (morrisp), Friday, 29 April 2022 20:28 (nine months ago) link

I think it's a great song and works in both settings. I'm glad I heard the Marfa one first, but I like hearing it fleshed out too.

I've realized I admired the Marfa Tapes as gesture more than performance. She's made for big gestures imo.

Malevolent Arugula (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Friday, 29 April 2022 20:41 (nine months ago) link

i like the marfa versions better but im a recent miranda convert so this may change over time

jammin on the dud (Spottie), Saturday, 30 April 2022 00:26 (nine months ago) link

God, "Scenes."

Malevolent Arugula (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Saturday, 30 April 2022 00:27 (nine months ago) link

Geraldine sounds so great with the full production, such a killer

terminators of endearment (VegemiteGrrl), Saturday, 30 April 2022 00:55 (nine months ago) link

The new “Waxahachie” is indeed great; it makes the Marfa version function as a demo (whereas the Marfa “In His Arms” feels like a fully realized thing all its own).

Hops: Mosaic, Citra, Simcoe (morrisp), Saturday, 30 April 2022 01:34 (nine months ago) link

WUX-AH-HATCH-EEE

Malevolent Arugula (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Saturday, 30 April 2022 01:40 (nine months ago) link

yeah it’s gorgeous

terminators of endearment (VegemiteGrrl), Saturday, 30 April 2022 01:42 (nine months ago) link

God, "Scenes."


Yeah favorite of the new ones

Heez, Saturday, 30 April 2022 01:56 (nine months ago) link

Also “that’s what makes the jukebox play” just bc I love Miranda musing on random barflies

Heez, Saturday, 30 April 2022 01:58 (nine months ago) link

i am in love w Carousel currently

terminators of endearment (VegemiteGrrl), Saturday, 30 April 2022 03:55 (nine months ago) link

Harlan Giovanni
What a sight to see
The way he earned her trust was on a 20-foot trapeze
She fell so hard because he always let her fly
Till he left her heart suspended
In a cotton candy sky
She still don't know why

terminators of endearment (VegemiteGrrl), Saturday, 30 April 2022 03:57 (nine months ago) link

god

Malevolent Arugula (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Saturday, 30 April 2022 14:16 (nine months ago) link

We haven't mentioned the Jagger cover, and it's tight.

Malevolent Arugula (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Saturday, 30 April 2022 14:19 (nine months ago) link

yes! i didnt even know it was a cover til mr veg pointed it out to me. i dont really know Jagger’s solo work, compelled to explore now.

she always does great covers though, love her material choices always.

terminators of endearment (VegemiteGrrl), Saturday, 30 April 2022 15:17 (nine months ago) link

You shouldn't. Wandering Spirit is terrific enough to fool you into thinking what preceded and followed it are worth a spin.

Malevolent Arugula (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Saturday, 30 April 2022 15:27 (nine months ago) link

Yep, Fred from the B 52s hurts that track the group backs Miranda on

curmudgeon, Monday, 2 May 2022 15:58 (nine months ago) link

I don't know, hearing Fred pretty much always makes me happy, I don't mind him popping up. But for sure there are a lot better songs on the album. (Not that that one's bad.)

yeah i quite like it! no beef from me

terminators of endearment (VegemiteGrrl), Tuesday, 3 May 2022 00:16 (nine months ago) link

i like this album, not sure i could picture her putting out an album i wouldn't like at this point. but i do think this one feels a bit one note to me from a production POV, it's all very like... jaunty band on the road together. which i get is basically what the album is about but i do miss the diversity in sound that you get on platinum, weight of these wings & wildcard. i think the new "waxahatachee" really stands out for that reason, it has some propulsion and a bit of that fleetwood mac-ness that she's flirted with before.

i actually like the new arrangement of "in his arms," there's a sort of spectral grandeur to it now that i think deepens the song in a different way, it sorta reminds me of "space cowboy" actually. the campfire recording of the original is great in its own way too of course, i really enjoy this take on it tho.

J0rdan S., Wednesday, 4 May 2022 03:24 (nine months ago) link

plz ignore my spelling of "waxahachie"

J0rdan S., Wednesday, 4 May 2022 03:25 (nine months ago) link

I'm glad you brought up "Space Cowboy" because to me, there are a whole bunch of songs on this album that remind me of Kacey and Golden Hour. Not that it sounds exactly like it or anything, and the two of them couldn't be farther apart in vocal style, but there is a resonant space in a lot of these songs created by the electric guitar that I didn't notice until I put it on headphones.

Indexed, Wednesday, 4 May 2022 16:07 (nine months ago) link

I hear more "Take It Easy" than Fleetwood Mac in the new "Waxahachie."

Malevolent Arugula (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Wednesday, 4 May 2022 16:10 (nine months ago) link

am i the only one in love with actin' up? the reverb and guitar tone has a nice baby did a bad bad thing vibe

Heez, Wednesday, 4 May 2022 16:38 (nine months ago) link

then half stepping into that chorus

Heez, Wednesday, 4 May 2022 16:39 (nine months ago) link

xxpost yes! i heard take it easy in there too! i started singing the opening line after the intro lol

terminators of endearment (VegemiteGrrl), Thursday, 5 May 2022 04:16 (nine months ago) link

actin' up rules so hard

blue6ave, Thursday, 5 May 2022 04:23 (nine months ago) link

Both the production and most of the songwriting strikes me as aiming for a dead centre middle ground between The Weight of These Wings and Wildcard. I suppose that could seem a bit unambitious given to date nearly every album has felt like it was reacting to or pushing beyond its predecessor, but it also feels like a really logical and attractive spot for her to occupy for a spell.

Tim F, Thursday, 5 May 2022 04:38 (nine months ago) link

IMO the connection to those albums is less about the way the production sounds and more about the songwriting. Wings was the first album she worked with Luke Dick and Ingram/Randall on, but for only a few songs ("Highway Vagabond," "Pink Sunglasses," "Tin Man") and Frank Liddell was still producing.

For Wildcard, the Lambert/Dick/Hemby team wrote like half the album -- most of its best songs -- but it's lathered in Jay Joyce's radio-friendly country rock. On Palomino, she's again primarily writing with Dick/Hemby outside of the three Marfa Tapes re-records (all of which are superb) and the Jagger cover (sidebar: she is the queen of smart covers), but now she's got Dick and Randall producing, too.

What I hear in nearly all of Dick's stuff is loose, unserious country funk with a ton of swagger. A lot of it plays like summer boat music in the style of Little Big Town's "Pontoon."

What's really interesting to me is the marriage of Dick and Randall, because I think it may be Randall who adds this dusty southwestern border vibe to some of the tracks, especially the Marfa Tape tracks. Then on top of that, you've got that Golden Hour-esque open space that I mentioned yesterday. Lo and behold Ian Fitchuk plays keyboards/organ on this -- he co-wrote and produced that whole album; probably what I was hearing on headphones.

So you've got a really intentional group of artists that she's been building momentum with for a few years all bringing different perspectives to this, and it is in my view a huge success for Lambert's first album as producer. I traded tweets with Alfred on it, but think this is better end-to-end than Wildcard, Revolution, and Four the Record. Hard to rank it against the rest of her catalog, which I consider unimpeachable.

Indexed, Thursday, 5 May 2022 14:52 (nine months ago) link

That's a smart summary of Dick-Randall's strengths

Malevolent Arugula (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Thursday, 5 May 2022 14:59 (nine months ago) link

If I'm being honest, there's always a few duds on her albums that I skip or delete from a playlist. But that pales in comparison to the amount of absolutely stunning songs she has made in the last 20 years. I could literally listen to her for weeks straight and not get bored. Not sure I can say that about any other artist in that timespan.

Heez, Thursday, 5 May 2022 15:01 (nine months ago) link

killer post, Indexed

alpine static, Thursday, 5 May 2022 15:06 (nine months ago) link

Great insight, thanks Indexed

sctttnnnt (pgwp), Thursday, 5 May 2022 15:53 (nine months ago) link

lol on Huffpost I'm seeing one of clickbait articles with a pic Miranda Lambert: "She was a top Country singer; This is her now"

Chappies banging dustbin lids together (President Keyes), Thursday, 5 May 2022 15:58 (nine months ago) link

Well I’m no big fan of Golden Hour, I agree I can hear a similar psychedelic smear in the production here (the songs and vocals are in a whole other league, of course)

Hops: Mosaic, Citra, Simcoe (morrisp), Thursday, 5 May 2022 16:06 (nine months ago) link

eight months pass...

What’s your top place to play in Texas?

Gruene Hall [in New Braunfels]. It’s the oldest dance hall in Texas, and it’s such a part of our history. You’ve gotta go see a show there and then float the Guadalupe River. I’ve been floating that river my whole life.

I'm in

Indexed, Wednesday, 18 January 2023 17:57 (two weeks ago) link


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