Your Good News

Do you have good news for the readership today? Great things happening? Some victories or accomplishments? Clear movements and moments of grace?

There is so much bad news in the Church and the world right now, what with lunatic political office holders and shepherds determined to oppress their flocks. Let’s have some good news.

  • For my part, I made a couple of DX QSOs today using a rig remotely, which I haven’t done for a long time.  I tried to get Rodriguez Island but, no joy. But Italy and Slovakia boomed in.
  • I was victorious yesterday in a tough game in which I used the Albin Gambit.
  • The alstroemeria in the Two Trinities chapel has never been as nice.  I guess more time in the dark really helps them bloom and last longer.
  • A great text chat with a super-determined and faithful, traditional Catholic family man: they drive 2.5 hours each way with little kids for a Sunday SSPX Mass, because it is the closest TLM they have.
  • More Christmas cards came yesterday and there was a large donation to the TMSM.
  • I had supper with the local priest last night, which was very pleasant.
  • Tonight Dr. Royal’s very good online course on Augustine’s Confessions will continue. Worthwhile. New insights.
  • Some very useful things arrived from my amazon wishlist… there were no packing slips except in one box, so I am not sure whom to thank but… THANK YOU. These days I have been saying Mass for my benefactors almost every day. You are remembered by me and God knows who you are even when I am in the dark.

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  2. jameeka says:

    My brother, my 87 yo mother, and my nephew, all who had been helping care for my mother while I was seeing delightful new baby granddaughter across the country, became very sick (probably omicron?). My brother even had to be hospitalized for 4 days! and is recuperating on home oxygen. However, they have all mostly recovered over the last 20 days, thanks be to God and BVM.

    And, my granddaughter was baptized in the Extraordinary Form on January 1st! Wonderful! To think we fogies were baptized that way as babies, and I didn’t know…..gobsmacked.

  3. Daddio says:

    My son is at USMC boot camp right now. We were very worried about his future and had such a hard time keeping him on the right path these last couple of years, we feel this is absolutely the best thing for him (and for us)!

    Please pray for him as they will probably require The Jab. And for his mental and spiritual fortitude.

  4. redneckpride4ever says:

    I’m due to add the suffix of Sr. to my name come April 1st. We found a fantastic Traditionalist couple to be Godparents at the chapel we attend.

  5. redneckpride4ever says:

    As for bad news, I turn 43 tomorrow. And I keep getting grayer.

  6. adriennep says:

    We had a newborn infant baptism at our local diocesan TLM a week ago. Guess you can’t ask for better than that. Will ring the bell when we get our first marriage. This all post TC, of course.

  7. adriennep says:

    We had a newborn infant baptism at our local diocesan TLM a week ago. Guess you can’t ask for better than that. Will ring the bell when we get our first marriage. This all post TC, of course.

  8. Cafea Fruor says:

    I got invited to interview at my top choice grad school, which is exciting! Here’s to hoping it goes really well.

  9. Sportsfan says:

    The Bengals won a playoff game for the first time since the collapse of the Soviet Union.

  10. Rich Leonardi says:

    I took my youngest son (he’s 12) to the TLM at Cincinnati’s Old St. Mary on Sunday, and this large, Lombard-Romanesque church was as full as I’ve ever seen it. Scores of young families, and numerous new and old friends. “More and more people show up every week,” informed one friend. And my son liked it!

    The Cincinnati Bengals indeed won their first playoff game in over thirty years, and Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills defenestrated the New England Patriots.

    My post-operative knee, which I injured during lockdown, is now almost good as new after 18 months of feeling like a broken-to-rusty hinge.

    My family, including four adult children, is Catholic and seems happy being so.

  11. Charivari Rob says:

    All sorts of good news great and small, sublime or less so.
    – continuing challenges with Mom’s health, but doing great compared to where she was a year ago.
    – a friend of ours made her perpetual vows
    – feeling like we’re getting our feet under us again at work
    – assorted recent next-generation family good news – house-buying and job opportunities for the younger set
    – nothing crazy/unrealistic like gym membership for new year, but a good start in eating a little healthier and shedding a few pounds
    – Mr Mara & Mr Tisch agree with the fanbase that recent results have been unsatisfactory and change is needed
    – the opportunity to slowly purge & clean at home, hopefully putting a couple of overdue projects to bed and plan some improvements.
    – parish life trending well. Different in some respects than if I had my ‘druthers, but seeing some of the benefits
    – a friend of ours who had spent a lot of hospital & rehab time last year is home, continuing to improve, and able to have visitors.
    – financial windfall: A group of us at work went in together on the PowerBall last week and won $16. We decided to take the lump-sum payout instead of the annuity.

  12. KateD says:

    A while back a friend went on pilgrimage to France. Apparently the country was requiring papers verifying compliance in order to obtain food from restaurants and grocery stores.

    No passport= No food.

    Outside the cities, however, in rural areas, the flow of supply and demand were unimpeded by the artificial constructs of the government. People were finding innovative ways to provide and obtain what was necessary.

    It gives one hope!

    I have acquired a means of mobile food prep and distribution and we are on our way to pick it up! Thats my good news. Preparing today to avoid impossed tragedies of tomorrow in our communities.

    In Ireland during the evictions there were the Ladies Land Leagues that provided food and rent money to help people avoid starvation and evictions….That went on until Independence was achieved….its a good idea.

  13. Kathie says:

    The good news is that I got fired from my job in December for refusing the abortion-tainted jab! It’s been a great opportunity to evangelize my friends, family and strangers too. I get to talk about Catholic principles and abortion. What a wonderful opportunity for this weary Catholic!

  14. Liz says:

    There may be good news in the case of Fr. Gordon J. MacRae…please God!!

  15. Semper Gumby says:

    Military assistance from many countries, including the U.S., is flowing to the Ukraine. This increases the possibility of deterring further aggression by Dictator Putin against Ukraine.

    More good news. Numerous self-styled “patriots” and “Christian conservatives” (particularly certain loudmouth journalists who are actually hybrid Left-Right demagogues indulging their fears and egos for clickbait) are exposing themselves as Putin lackeys. Perhaps they have a Strongman fetish, certainly they’re susceptible to Putinist propaganda. Either way, they are appeasing a tyrant. Hopefully they will soon prefer facts over their grift, facts such as: Putin persecutes Christians; Putin has Ukraine mostly surrounded (NATO does not have Putin’s Russia surrounded- these boys should simply look at a map); and Putin signed a bill several years ago decriminalizing domestic abuse that causes pain but not permanent injury. This list could be far longer.

    But this is about Good News, so one more: these loudmouth under-informed hybrid appeasers could, by applying discipline and their God-given intelligence, gain humility and wisdom from this crisis and eventually grow out of hand-wringing hyperactive boyhood into Men With Chests. All Glory be to God.

  16. Semper Gumby says:

    In charity, these wayward appeasers are referred to the discussion here:

    And books such as David Satter’s “Darkness at Dawn: The Rise of the Russian Criminal State” and “The Less You Know, the Better You Sleep: Russia’s Road to Terror and Dictatorship Under Yeltsin and Putin.”

    Here is a good, basic place to begin:

    1. Putin’s Russia is interested in a further invasion of the Ukraine. Putin still laments the collapse of the Evil Empire. Putin violated the agreement that guaranteed Ukraine’s territorial integrity in exchange for Ukraine eliminating its nuclear weapons.

    2. If Putin’s Russia seizes the Ukraine there will be yet another crisis after that, also initiated by Putin (kindly get the hint here, numerous history books are also helpful). Be aware that Communist China, which is interested in invading Taiwan, is watching.

    3. NATO has no interest in attacking Russia. Which is, of course, Good News.

    It’s 2022, time for appeasers to grasp the basics, and exhibit some self-control and situational awareness. Good luck.

  17. Semper Gumby says:

    The Good News of Jesus Christ:

    “And you shall hear of wars and rumors of wars. See that ye be not troubled. For these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet.”

    True, one could hope for leadership in the White House and Pentagon that inspired more confidence. One could also hope that a bullying tyrant more carefully considers the consequences of his actions. Regardless, Resolve and Perseverance. Fortitude.

    “The Lord will give strength to his people: the Lord will bless his people with peace.”

  18. Semper Gumby says:

    More good news from Ukraine. Nolan Peterson of “Coffee or Die” magazine:

    “Anecdotally, many of my Ukrainian friends & contacts are signing up for the Territorial Defense Forces.

    Men and women. Old and young.

    Facing great hardship, this society is proving its remarkable resilience.”

    Excellent. This matches other reporting and observations. Citizen preparedness is another factor that may discourage Putin from starting a war.

    “The Lord will give strength to his people: the Lord will bless his people with peace.”

  19. Semper Gumby says:

    Yesterday in Cairo the U.S. Embassy and the U.S. Holocaust Museum hosted an event commemorating International Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27- Liberation Day at Auschwitz in 1945. This event is a first for Egypt, a cultural leader in the Middle East.

    On Jan. 27th itself a Holocaust Commemoration will be held in Abu Dhabi. Dubai has a museum exhibit from 2021 commemorating the Holocaust. In April 2021, building on the 2020 Abraham Accords, Holocaust Commemoration events were held in Bahrain and the UAE. Also in April 2021 U.S. troops stationed in Abu Dhabi:

    Iraq and Saudi Arabia, enemies in the 1991 First Gulf War, signed a Memorandum of Understanding to connect their power grids. The MoU was announced today, building on a 2019 initiative between the two countries.

    In Baghdad recently a sold-out concert series, including internationally-renowned oud player Naseer Shamma, has donated its proceeds to the Music and Ballet School in Baghdad. Shamma fled Iraq in 1993 and returned several times after a U.S.-led Coalition destroyed the murderous Saddam Hussein regime (Ukrainian troops participated in the Coalition, Wikipedia is incorrect by stating: “Ukraine 2004-2008.” Ukraine was present and on duty against that evil regime in 2003).

    In Afghanistan the Boy Scouts, helpful last summer, continue their good works and growth in virtue. One source of Afghanistan Scouting is U.S. Army Maj. Glenn Battschinger, a civil affairs officer with two Eagle Scout sons. In Afghanistan in 2010 he received permission to found a Boy Scout troop near his firebase, and eventually received Pentagon funding to expand his Scouting program.

    Patience. Perseverance. Fortitude.

    Ecclesiastes 3: All things have their season, and in their times all things pass under heaven. A time to be born and a time to die. A time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted. A time to kill, and a time to heal. A time to destroy, and a time to build. A time to weep, and a time to laugh. A time to mourn, and a time to dance. A time to scatter stones, and a time to gather. A time to embrace, and a time to be far from embraces.

  20. Semper Gumby says:

    Irish fishermen are planning to peacefully disrupt Russian Navy manuvers planned for early February off the coast of Ireland. Excellent.

    Additional perspective on Putin’s belligerence against Ukraine (and elsewhere) is provided by Catholic Just War Theory. Catholic Just War Theory was also helpful in Coalition military operations against the Taliban and Saddam’s regime.

    Appeasement originates from an ignorance of both history and current events, cowardice, a reckless disregard for human life, an obsession with conspiracy theories, and rampant naivete regarding the behavior and intentions of dictators.

    Fortunately, not many are irrationally susceptible to appeasement these days.

  21. Semper Gumby says:

    Abp. Grusas of Vilnius, President of the Council of European Bishops’ Conferences, released a clear-eyed statement:

    “The Presidency of the Council of European Bishops’ Conferences, giving voice to the Bishops of the European Continent in this dramatic moment of tension around Ukraine, wishes to express its closeness to the Churches in Ukraine and to all its people. They invite the international community to offer its support to the country in the face of the danger of a Russian military offensive.

    “While the entire international community interprets the actions of the Russian military forces as a real threat to peace throughout the world, we embrace – in this time of fear and uncertainty for the future of the country – our brothers and sisters in the faith and all the people of Ukraine.”

    “While the entire international community interprets the actions of the Russian military forces as a real threat to peace throughout the world, we embrace – in this time of fear and uncertainty for the future of the country – our brothers and sisters in the faith and all the people of Ukraine.”

    H.E. Msgr. Grusas, CCEE President, invites us to pray for the gift of peace in Ukraine:

    Abp. Grusas:

  22. Semper Gumby says:

    A positive development: NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg stated today that Putin should withdraw his occupation troops from not only Ukraine but also Georgia and Moldova. Putin is deploying large numbers of troops in Belarus with Lukashenko’s permission (Lukashenko has been in power since 1994). Putin has Ukraine mostly surrounded by Russian military forces.

    FlightRadar24 is helpful here regarding an RQ-4 Global Hawk adjacent to Moldova and Transnistria:

  23. Semper Gumby says:

    An insightful tour of the horizon was provided yesterday by George Weigel’s “Russia, Ukraine and Moral Reckoning.” Excerpts:

    “Nothing like that legal, political, and moral reckoning [the Nuremberg Trials] has happened in post-Soviet Russia. That is why Lenin’s mummified corpse is still honored in Moscow’s Red Square. That is why an independent survey in 2021 found that 56 percent of the Russian people think of the mass murderer Stalin as a “great leader.” And that is one of the reasons why Vladimir Putin, seemingly Russia’s president-for-life, exists – and poses a mortal threat to peace in Eastern Europe, especially in Ukraine.”

    “What happened instead [of a post-Cold War moral reckoning] was that ex-KGB apparatchik Putin and a cadre of oligarchs built a lawless kleptocracy that murders its political opponents, invades its neighbors, conducts massive disinformation and destabilization campaigns around the world, shuts down non-governmental organizations dedicated to memorializing the victims of communism, and masquerades as the defender of “Christian” civilization, all at tremendous cost to the Russian people.”

    “In 1932-33, that aggression [Russian imperial aggression against Ukraine] turned into a genocide, when, in the Ukrainian Holodomor (“Terror Famine”), Stalin and his minions deliberately starved to death at least four million Ukrainians.”

    “The Russian Orthodox Church, which has immense spiritual resources, could play an important role in a national examination of conscience. It will not do so, however, so long as its leader, Patriarch Kirill, teaches, as he did recently, that his country’s current social condition is “a manifestation of God’s mercy,” even as Kirill proclaimed that “Russia is the leader of the free world.””

    Metropolitan Hilarion, Patriarch Kirill’s foreign affairs advisor, defended Putin and criticized NATO during a recent interview on Russian State TV.

    Excerpt of a January 24 statement by the Catholic Bishops of Poland and Ukraine:

    “In their speeches, the leaders of many countries point to Russia’s increasing pressure on Ukraine, as massive armaments and troops are gathered on its border. The occupation of Donbas and Crimea has shown that the Russian Federation – in its violation of Ukraine’s national sovereignty and territorial integrity – disregards the binding rules of international law.”


    Kyiv – Warsaw – Lviv – Uzhorod, 24 January 2022

  24. Semper Gumby says:

    Statement of the Russian Embassy in Dublin, Ireland 29 January 2022:

    “…the Minister of Defence of the Russian Federation…as a gesture of goodwill…relocate the exercises by the Russian Navy…outside the Irish exclusive economic zone (EEZ)…

    The Government of Russia adopting a common sense approach with this matter of vital interest to hard-working Irish fishermen is appreciated.

    Lads, Raise a pint to St. Brendan the Navigator.

  25. Semper Gumby says:

    More Good News with Irish fishermen.

    One day in August of 2020 two cousins, young ladies aged 17 and 23, set off paddle boarding in Galway Bay. They were reported missing that evening when they failed to return amidst a storm and high winds. Their paddle boards were inflatable, meaning high winds would push them out to sea faster. An extensive overnight search was launched.

    Early in the morning third-generation fisherman Patrick Oliver and his son Morgan heard about the rescue effort at the docks as they prepared their boat. Patrick estimated the tides and high winds and headed out, locating the two girls clinging to a bouy connected to a lobster pot almost twenty miles out to sea. Patrick: “They were weak, of course, but there was a little bit of chat out of them. They tried to reach an island in the dark but couldn’t. We took them to the island and a helicopter picked them up.” Patrick and Morgan have participated in several other rescues.

    “Ireland’s Call”

    Side by side, we stand like brothers
    One for all and all together
    We will stay united through darker days
    And we’ll be unbeatable forever

    Come the day and come the hour
    Some will live in song and story
    We were born to follow our guiding star
    And to meet our destiny with glory

    Acts 28: 1-2. Once we had reached safety we learned that the island was called Malta. The natives showed us extraordinary hospitality; they lit a fire and welcomed all of us because it had begun to rain and was cold.

  26. Semper Gumby says:

    Gospel Reading for January 30, 2022, Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany:

    “And when he entered into the boat, his disciples followed him: And behold a great tempest arose in the sea, so that the boat was covered with waves, but he was asleep. And they came to him, and awaked him, saying: Lord, save us, we perish. And Jesus saith to them: Why are you fearful, O ye of little faith? Then rising up he commanded the winds, and the sea, and there came a great calm. But the men wondered, saying: What manner of man is this, for the winds and the sea obey him?”

    The Lord works in mysterious ways.

    Helpfully, Rachel Maddow of MSNBC took a keen interest this past week in what turned out to be a peaceful resolution between the Irish fishermen and the Russian Navy. Maddow last Wednesday: “The whole world is on tenterhooks waiting to find out whether Russia is going to start another war. Irish fishermen on the other hand are heading out to actively stop it and fish for mackerel while they’re at it. God bless them, every single one of them.”

    True, war may still be on the horizon, but she made a good point. So did other news outlets, such as in Ukraine, Poland, Hungary, France, CNN, The Hill, Sky News, BBC, Politico Europe and Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. On this matter, these media outlets recognized the value of broadcasting an effort by the common man to protect Life against the encroachment of belligerent Death regimes clinging to the outrages of the Twentieth Century. Well done and Bravo Zulu.

  27. Semper Gumby says:

    In keeping with the saying “Cleanliness is next to Godliness” a Benevolent Deity continues to Rain Down from Heaven the Blessings of Liberty upon Noble Men of this Earthly Realm.

    Behold, Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey Soap, handcrafted in the USA, made with Real Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey:

    Gentlemen, we would be clumsy louts if we forgot Fair Damsel. Thus, with Valentine’s Day a mere fortnight away, for making candles, perfumes, lotions and baby shampoo, give her the gift of Kentucky Bourbon Fragrance Oil:

    (Also see the sidebar for Soaps made by Dominican nuns.)

    Meanwhile in Montana, the Sparerib-Scented Soap distributed as a promotion last autumn by a Canadian company will likely return to the market. “We’re really specializing these days in meat-adjacent self-care products. Getting cleaned up while still having that great Montana ribs smell was kind of a no-brainer.”

    Finally, an entrepreneur in Latvia, enjoying the Benefits of NATO Membership and the Free Market, crafted a New Car-Scented Soap molded in the shape of nuts and bolts.

    As the Good Book sayeth, “When you fast, anoint your head and wash your face.”

  28. Semper Gumby says:

    Good news from inside Russia. Today from Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty:

    “More than 2,000 Russian intellectuals, including prominent rights activists, have urged the Kremlin to avoid starting an “immoral, irresponsible, and criminal” war.”

    The Statement by the Congress of Russian Intelligentsia appeared Sunday on a Russian website. Signatories now number 2500. From the Statement:

    “Russia does not need a war with Ukraine and the West. Nobody is threatening us, nobody is attacking us. The policy based on promoting the idea of such a war is immoral, irresponsible, and criminal, and cannot be implemented on behalf of Russia’s peoples. Such a war cannot have either legal or moral goals…Russian citizens are actually becoming hostages of a criminal adventurism into which Russia’s foreign policy is being turned.”

    Today from the UK government:

    “Foreign Secretary Liz Truss is announcing new legislation in Parliament to toughen and expand the UK’s sanctions regime in response to Russia’s aggression against Ukraine. These powers will go further than ever before.”


    “The United Kingdom is ramping up our sanctions regime against Russia due to its aggression against Ukraine. The only way forward is for Russia to de-escalate and engage in meaningful talks with the international community.”

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson met today with Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky, stating: “It is vital Russia steps back and chooses a path of diplomacy.”

    Yesterday’s UN Security Council meeting, from the Brussels-based Promote Ukraine:

    “”Despite Russia’s attempt to prevent the meeting, the Security Council has managed to properly demonstrate a responsible attitude towards preventive diplomacy in accordance with Chapter VI of the UN Charter, which authorises the Security Council to consider any situation threatening international peace and security,” the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine said.”

    “”We regard the fact that the Russian envoy left the hall before the end of the meeting not only as disrespect for the issue under discussion, but also as a dismissive attitude towards the UN Security Council as a body designed to consider threats to international peace and security,” the Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the UN stressed.”

    The EU’s European Parliament: “We also stand ready, should Russia attack Ukraine militarily, to take unprecedented sanctions.”

    Finally, a contrast. Today Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki visited Kiev, stating “Europe will not be safe without a sovereign Ukraine and there will be no sovereign Ukraine without the EU and NATO support. I am visiting Kyiv today to express my solidarity with the Ukrainian people, who are currently threatened by Russia. Let us defend peace and security.”

    Meanwhile, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban met with Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin today, where Orban lobbied Putin for increased gas shipments and stated “I view my current visit as a peace mission” then added “sanctions are doomed to fail.” Orban and Putin discussed a Russian-backed nuclear power plant project in Hungary, and Putin announced an increase in gas shipments to Hungary at a price shielded from future price spikes due to their long-term gas delivery contract.

    A contrast indeed between the Prime Minister of Poland and the Prime Minister of Hungary.

  29. Semper Gumby says:

    Good investigative journalism out of Russia (complimenting the petition of 2500 Russian intellectuals warning Putin mentioned above) was published in numerous Western outlets two weeks ago. This investigative journalism assists in educating folks such as Tucker Carlson (who recently bizarrely claimed on his show that NATO was going to invade Russia during the winter, he then strangely cackled) and Rod “Live Not By Lies” Dreher. Media outlets in Europe and the U.S. such as the NY Post and Business Insider reported the following serious allegations two weeks ago, but the pro-Putin crowd is silent on the matter.

    “479 leaked photos purporting to show Putin’s secret palace, with an ice rink and pole-dancing room, published by Navalny foundation.”

    “In January 2021, it [Navalny foundation] said Putin had secretly been building a 17,691-square-meter palace at a cost of 100 billion rubles, or about $1.3 billion, since 2014.”

    “The foundation said the palace was being built near Gelendzhik on the Black Sea. The foundation said it was funded through a corruption scheme in which Putin’s inner circle paid the president for access and influence.”

    The shrill “Putin is a Christian leader turning Russia into a Christian nation!” crowd have been silent on these serious allegations for two weeks, yet they’ve busied themselves spreading Kremlin disinformation and outright attacking NATO, the West and the United States with falsehoods and fabrications. The good news here is that every day these wayward journalists have an opportunity to educate themselves and shed their hypocrisy and ideological blinders.

    From 2021, a Russian documentary by Alexei Navalny on Putin’s Palace with English subtitles:

    Navalny is a Russian anti-corruption lawyer who was convicted in 2014 of embezzlement in what is widely believed to have been a political setup to bar him from ever running for political office. Navalny received probation. In 2020 Navalny was poisoned by a nerve agent and was treated in Berlin. Upon returning to Russia Navalny was arrested and imprisoned for “failing to report to the internal security organs while receiving treatment in Berlin.”


    “Russia [Putin] orders news sites to delete all mention of Navalny investigations alleging that Putin has a secret billion-dollar palace”

    It would be good if Tucker, Dreher et al grew comfortable with serious allegations and facts as much, if not more, as they are comfortable with participating in a Kremlin disinformation campaign. At the moment, it’s unclear if these guys are frightened by the facts, are participating in some sort of group illusion to increase their bank accounts, or simply entranced by a Strongman. Regardless, at the moment their moral compasses are completely out of whack as they are in fact giving aid and comfort to the belligerent Putin.

    Hopefully these troubled journalists will heal soon, and learn that the intelligent way to avoid war is through resolute deterrence and acknowledging the facts- wherever the facts may lead. “Living by lies” and encouraging dictators is merely, to use one of their own sophomoric phrases, “beating the drums of war.” Maybe Tucker, Dreher and others, with their bizarre claims of NATO aggression against Putin’s Russia, are actually warmongers, hopefully not. The millions of Christians and others in the Ukraine threatened by a belligerent dictator’s military deserve that Tucker, Dreher, et al “Live Not By Lies.”

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