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The gang at Open Minds for being our new crush.
To The Anomalist for their stoic, unflinching reporting. Seriously, none of them sleep.
Big(foot) hugs to Rev. Jeff, Shawn Evidence, Ro Sahebi, and the Mulder’s World gang for the kick ass support of WiW!
To Coppertop and Alan Borkey for being the most entertaining commenters ever.
Thanks to China for being so damn weird.
And thank YOU for watching!
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