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Herald Sun
Senate revving to be a wild ridedeliver Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull only a slightly more cooperative Senate
Senate revving to be a wild ride
Herald Sun / Posted 5 hours ago
deliver Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull only a slightly more cooperative Senate. Associate Professor Haydon Manning, from Flinders University, expects only about three-quarters of the Senate to be known tonight based on first-preference count, and... Read more
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Perth Now
Senate revving to be a wild ridedeliver Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull only a slightly more cooperative Senate
Senate revving to be a wild ride
Perth Now / Posted 5 hours ago
deliver Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull only a slightly more cooperative Senate. Associate Professor Haydon Manning, from Flinders University, expects only about three-quarters of the Senate to be known tonight based on first-preference count, and... Read more
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6h
Adelaide Now
Senate revving to be a wild ridedeliver Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull only a slightly more cooperative Senate
Senate revving to be a wild ride
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 hours ago
deliver Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull only a slightly more cooperative Senate. Associate Professor Haydon Manning, from Flinders University, expects only about three-quarters of the Senate to be known tonight based on first-preference count, and... Read more
2 related stories
6h
Surfers Village
Aussie inventor working on shark repellent surf waxcontaining decomposing shark tissue,” added Dr Charlie Huveneers who leads the
Aussie inventor working on shark repellent surf wax
Surfers Village / Posted 6 hours ago
containing decomposing shark tissue,” added Dr Charlie Huveneers who leads the Southern Shark Ecology Group research lab at Flinders University and has liaised with Campbell about his product. “Recent studies have shown that necromones can stop the... Read more
12h
News.com.au
Who can be trusted to balance the budget?they mean to the average voter. And the answer is so simple it makes you wonder
Who can be trusted to balance the budget?
News.com.au / Posted 12 hours ago
they mean to the average voter. And the answer is so simple it makes you wonder why nobody’s bothered to explain it. As Flinders University politics expert tells news.com.au, the amount of money the government has in its coffers of course... Read more
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PhysOrg
The Earth's biodiversity could be much greater than we thoughtHow many species of frog are in the picture? Genetics often says ‘more than we
The Earth's biodiversity could be much greater than we thought
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
How many species of frog are in the picture? Genetics often says ‘more than we thought’. Credit: Michael Lee (Flinders University & South Australian Museum), CC BY-NC After centuries of study, you'd think we'd have at least a rough idea of how many... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Anti-bullying program reaching students across the globeand flourishing locally is proving to be an international success, its creator
Anti-bullying program reaching students across the globe
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
and flourishing locally is proving to be an international success, its creator has said. Professor Phillip Slee, from Flinders University, created the program about 10 years ago. "It was in response to schools and parents and students... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Number of plant and animal species could be 10 times greater: professorNumber of plant and animal species could be 10 times greater, Flinders Universi
Number of plant and animal species could be 10 times greater: professor
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Number of plant and animal species could be 10 times greater, Flinders University professor says The number of different plant and animal species in the world may be 10 times greater than we think, according to a professor from Flinders... Read more
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Perth Now
How election will affect housingof housing.” He returned to strategy during a press conference in Adelaide to
How election will affect housing
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
of housing.” He returned to strategy during a press conference in Adelaide to announce a $43 million rail link connecting Flinders University campus to the city’s metro rail network, saying it would enable the university and the private sector to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
How election will affect housingof housing.” He returned to strategy during a press conference in Adelaide to
How election will affect housing
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
of housing.” He returned to strategy during a press conference in Adelaide to announce a $43 million rail link connecting Flinders University campus to the city’s metro rail network, saying it would enable the university and the private sector to... Read more
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Herald Sun
How election will affect housingof housing.” He returned to strategy during a press conference in Adelaide to
How election will affect housing
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
of housing.” He returned to strategy during a press conference in Adelaide to announce a $43 million rail link connecting Flinders University campus to the city’s metro rail network, saying it would enable the university and the private sector to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
How election will affect housingof housing.” He returned to strategy during a press conference in Adelaide to
How election will affect housing
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
of housing.” He returned to strategy during a press conference in Adelaide to announce a $43 million rail link connecting Flinders University campus to the city’s metro rail network, saying it would enable the university and the private sector to... Read more
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2d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Poll suggests Xenophon Team could take lower house seatsof the other micro parties that have set up."'Voters are profoundly disappointe
Poll suggests Xenophon Team could take lower house seats
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
of the other micro parties that have set up."'Voters are profoundly disappointed' Associate Professor Haydon Manning, of Flinders University, said NXT was attracting voters disaffected with the major parties. "There are many Liberal voters who... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Ageing multicultural groups struggle to find appropriate carewith the population aged over 75 years expected to grow significantly over comi
Ageing multicultural groups struggle to find appropriate care
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
with the population aged over 75 years expected to grow significantly over coming decades. Dr Daniela Cosmini-Rose, from Flinders University, has studied the Italian-born community in South Australia, which along with being one of the state's... Read more
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The Atlantic
The Future of Achaeology Is 'Spacejunk'the Colosseum. Their new destinations will be archaeological sites in space. A
The Future of Achaeology Is 'Spacejunk'
The Atlantic / Posted 3 days ago
the Colosseum. Their new destinations will be archaeological sites in space. Alice Gorman is a professor of archaeology at Flinders University, where she is also deputy chair of the Space Industry Association of Australia. For Gorman, performing... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Imaginext to trial faster home builds at Tonsleyinvestment by Rivergum over five years to develop new business innovations — wi
Imaginext to trial faster home builds at Tonsley
Adelaide Now / Posted 4 days ago
investment by Rivergum over five years to develop new business innovations — will be part of a research partnership with Flinders University, the New Venture Institute (NVI) and a raft of potential partners seeking to drive a collaborative... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Kale is out: Why young women are rebelling against clean eatingmay be] a leftover [symptom] of the eating disorder," says Professor Tracey Wad
Kale is out: Why young women are rebelling against clean eating
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
may be] a leftover [symptom] of the eating disorder," says Professor Tracey Wade, the dean of the School of Psychology at Flinders University. People in recovery from eating disorders may naturally want to "prove" they no longer have a problem,... Read more
4d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Super-fast internet offered to SA businessesinternet would boost world-class research being done at the Tonsley Innovation
Super-fast internet offered to SA businesses
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
internet would boost world-class research being done at the Tonsley Innovation Precinct in southern Adelaide, Flinders University said. "Faster broadband is absolutely essential for the development and expansion of innovation and... Read more
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News.com.au
Are opinion polls dead, and can they be trusted?have decided today to declare the polls pointless following last Friday’s vote,
Are opinion polls dead, and can they be trusted?
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
have decided today to declare the polls pointless following last Friday’s vote, experts are warning against it. Flinders University politics professor Haydon Manning says while it’s true all polls have a margin of error, those we rely on... Read more
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Perth Now
Are opinion polls dead?have decided today to declare the polls pointless following last Friday’s vote,
Are opinion polls dead?
Perth Now / Posted 4 days ago
have decided today to declare the polls pointless following last Friday’s vote, experts are warning against it. Flinders University politics professor Haydon Manning says while it’s true all polls have a margin of error, those we rely on... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Are opinion polls dead?have decided today to declare the polls pointless following last Friday’s vote,
Are opinion polls dead?
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 days ago
have decided today to declare the polls pointless following last Friday’s vote, experts are warning against it. Flinders University politics professor Haydon Manning says while it’s true all polls have a margin of error, those we rely on... Read more
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Computer World Australia
South Australia’s government to fund gigabit network for Adelaideowners of the non-profit SABRENet company include the University of Adelaide, t
South Australia’s government to fund gigabit network for Adelaide
Computer World Australia / Posted 4 days ago
owners of the non-profit SABRENet company include the University of Adelaide, the University of South Australia and Flinders University. The federal Defence Science and Technology Group (the former Defence Science and Technology... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Kale is out: Why young women are rebelling against clean eatingmay be] a leftover [symptom] of the eating disorder," says Professor Tracey Wad
Kale is out: Why young women are rebelling against clean eating
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
may be] a leftover [symptom] of the eating disorder," says Professor Tracey Wade, the dean of the School of Psychology at Flinders University. People in recovery from eating disorders may naturally want to "prove" they no longer have a problem,... Read more
6d
Adelaide Now
Our great race strikes goldavailable for people who want to enter the fun-run but don’t know where to star
Our great race strikes gold
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 days ago
available for people who want to enter the fun-run but don’t know where to start. Workshops, which start today from 9am at Flinders University and 9.30am at Port Adelaide Athletics Club, will be held every Sunday morning, and every Wednesday from... Read more
7d
Reuters
Australia PM sees uncertainty, instability as UK on brink of BrexitAustralian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is seen during an event at Flinders
Australia PM sees uncertainty, instability as UK on brink of Brexit
Reuters / Posted 7 days ago
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is seen during an event at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia, May 13, 2016 during campaigning before the July 2 federal election. AAP/Lukas Coch/via SYDNEY Australia Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Is Labor's economic plan the most comprehensive in living memory?by recent oppositions, including Labor's 10 year economic plan in this election
Is Labor's economic plan the most comprehensive in living memory?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
by recent oppositions, including Labor's 10 year economic plan in this election." Associate Professor Haydon Manning of Flinders University tells Fact Check: "It is baffling that Mr Bowen forgets one of Labor's greatest electoral victories, in... Read more
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Weekly Times
New home for rural hospital staffand 22 hostel beds, its own medical clinic staffed by a hospital-employed docto
New home for rural hospital staff
Weekly Times / Posted 10 days ago
and 22 hostel beds, its own medical clinic staffed by a hospital-employed doctor, a cardiology unit supported by Adelaide’s Flinders University plus other urgent care facilities, visiting specialists and a community health centre, it can be staffed... Read more
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SKY News
Children As Young As 12 Banned From Footballhooligans. :: Lille Ready For Trouble Ahead Of Russia Match Professor Steve R
Children As Young As 12 Banned From Football
SKY News / Posted 11 days ago
hooligans. :: Lille Ready For Trouble Ahead Of Russia Match Professor Steve Redhead, professor of Cultural Studies from Flinders University, Australia, said: "They performed several roles, including allowing younger members to get experience... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Refugee tells of 'huge' decision to leave Iran for new home of Adelaideconnect. They can't communicate so it makes it difficult." Mr Raisi enrolled i
Refugee tells of 'huge' decision to leave Iran for new home of Adelaide
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
connect. They can't communicate so it makes it difficult." Mr Raisi enrolled in English classes and was accepted into Flinders University. "I struggled a lot," he recalled. "I should have stuck with the training in English and developing... Read more
11d
Manning River Times
Helping Nepal see clearlyto international humanitarian eye care programs. Jason, who has been a clinica
Helping Nepal see clearly
Manning River Times / Posted 11 days ago
to international humanitarian eye care programs. Jason, who has been a clinical educator and lecturer at South Australia’s Flinders University for the last two years, said the award came as a surprise. “It wasn’t something I looked for or even... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Removing anonymity does not result in fewer sperm donors, study findspredicted the number of men willing to donate their sperm would plummet if anon
Removing anonymity does not result in fewer sperm donors, study finds
Kiama Independent / Posted 11 days ago
predicted the number of men willing to donate their sperm would plummet if anonymity was removed. But research from Flinders University shows that the reverse has occurred, with a steady increase in donations since 2005, when the National... Read more
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Manning River Times
Removing anonymity does not result in fewer sperm donors, study findspredicted the number of men willing to donate their sperm would plummet if anon
Removing anonymity does not result in fewer sperm donors, study finds
Manning River Times / Posted 11 days ago
predicted the number of men willing to donate their sperm would plummet if anonymity was removed. But research from Flinders University shows that the reverse has occurred, with a steady increase in donations since 2005, when the National... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Removing anonymity does not result in fewer sperm donors, study findspredicted the number of men willing to donate their sperm would plummet if anon
Removing anonymity does not result in fewer sperm donors, study finds
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 11 days ago
predicted the number of men willing to donate their sperm would plummet if anonymity was removed. But research from Flinders University shows that the reverse has occurred, with a steady increase in donations since 2005, when the National... Read more
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The North West Star
Removing anonymity does not result in fewer sperm donors, study findspredicted the number of men willing to donate their sperm would plummet if anon
Removing anonymity does not result in fewer sperm donors, study finds
The North West Star / Posted 11 days ago
predicted the number of men willing to donate their sperm would plummet if anonymity was removed. But research from Flinders University shows that the reverse has occurred, with a steady increase in donations since 2005, when the National... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Removing anonymity does not result in fewer sperm donors, study findspredicted the number of men willing to donate their sperm would plummet if anon
Removing anonymity does not result in fewer sperm donors, study finds
Daily Liberal / Posted 11 days ago
predicted the number of men willing to donate their sperm would plummet if anonymity was removed. But research from Flinders University shows that the reverse has occurred, with a steady increase in donations since 2005, when the National... Read more
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The Border Mail
Removing anonymity does not result in fewer sperm donors, study findspredicted the number of men willing to donate their sperm would plummet if anon
Removing anonymity does not result in fewer sperm donors, study finds
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
predicted the number of men willing to donate their sperm would plummet if anonymity was removed. But research from Flinders University shows that the reverse has occurred, with a steady increase in donations since 2005, when the National... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
How anonymity affects sperm donorspredicted the number of men willing to donate their sperm would plummet if anon
How anonymity affects sperm donors
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
predicted the number of men willing to donate their sperm would plummet if anonymity was removed. But research from Flinders University shows that the reverse has occurred, with a steady increase in donations since 2005, when the National... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Unboiling an eggan egg� technology leads to new discoveries in renewable energy. You can�t unbo
Unboiling an egg
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
an egg� technology leads to new discoveries in renewable energy. You can�t unboil an egg, right? Wrong! Scientists from Flinders University in SA won an Ig Nobel Prize for successfully unboiling an egg. The technology, called the Vortex Fluidic... Read more
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Adelaide Now
New watchdog for drug lab clean-ups?shows houses used as makeshift drug labs have methamphetamine levels up to 40 t
New watchdog for drug lab clean-ups?
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 days ago
shows houses used as makeshift drug labs have methamphetamine levels up to 40 times the acceptable level, according to Flinders University public health researcher Jackie Wright. In a recent case in Victoria, a boy, 6, was found with the same... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
The Offbeat, Father's Day edition: Giant birds, drug tamales, hobbitsdangerous to you if you approached him and his territory and his chicks,” says
The Offbeat, Father's Day edition: Giant birds, drug tamales, hobbits
The Arizona Republic / Posted 14 days ago
dangerous to you if you approached him and his territory and his chicks,” says Warren Handley, a researcher at Australia’s Flinders University. Handley said the parents would defend their chicks to the death. “They were massive, gigantic birds.... Read more
14d
PhysOrg
Did snakes evolve from ancient sea serpents?An anaconda peers above and below the water. Did snakes evolve on land or under
Did snakes evolve from ancient sea serpents?
PhysOrg / Posted 14 days ago
An anaconda peers above and below the water. Did snakes evolve on land or underwater? Credit: Michael Lee (Flinders University & South Australian Museum), CC BY-NC-ND One of the enduring controversies in evolution is why snakes evolved their long,... Read more
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Raw Story
Did snakes evolve from ancient sea serpents?snake with four-legs (photomontage of part and counterpart).Michael Caldwell an
Did snakes evolve from ancient sea serpents?
Raw Story / Posted 14 days ago
snake with four-legs (photomontage of part and counterpart).Michael Caldwell and Alessandro Palci (University of Alberta/Flinders University & South Australian Museum), Author provided What the fossil says This little creature was previously... Read more
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Herald Sun
Pollies in peril from the publicpotential vulnerability to people with darker intentions. Dr Rob Manwaring, a
Pollies in peril from the public
Herald Sun / Posted 14 days ago
potential vulnerability to people with darker intentions. Dr Rob Manwaring, a lecturer in politics and public policy at Flinders University, said Australian politicians are always at risk when out in the public domain. “There is always the... Read more
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WCNC Charlotte
This is one Big Bird you wouldn't want to run intoif you approached him and his territory and his chicks,” says study co-author W
This is one Big Bird you wouldn't want to run into
WCNC Charlotte / Posted 17 days ago
if you approached him and his territory and his chicks,” says study co-author Warren Handley, a researcher at Australia’s Flinders University. “They were massive, gigantic birds. You would’ve felt the Earth shake when one came past you.” Handley... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
This is one Big Bird you wouldn't want to run intoif you approached him and his territory and his chicks,” says study co-author W
This is one Big Bird you wouldn't want to run into
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 17 days ago
if you approached him and his territory and his chicks,” says study co-author Warren Handley, a researcher at Australia’s Flinders University. “They were massive, gigantic birds. You would’ve felt the Earth shake when one came past you.” Handley... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
This is one Big Bird you wouldn't want to run intoif you approached him and his territory and his chicks,” says study co-author W
This is one Big Bird you wouldn't want to run into
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 17 days ago
if you approached him and his territory and his chicks,” says study co-author Warren Handley, a researcher at Australia’s Flinders University. “They were massive, gigantic birds. You would’ve felt the Earth shake when one came past you.” Handley... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
This is one Big Bird you wouldn't want to run intoif you approached him and his territory and his chicks,” says study co-author W
This is one Big Bird you wouldn't want to run into
The Arizona Republic / Posted 17 days ago
if you approached him and his territory and his chicks,” says study co-author Warren Handley, a researcher at Australia’s Flinders University. “They were massive, gigantic birds. You would’ve felt the Earth shake when one came past you.” Handley... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
This is one Big Bird you wouldn't want to run intoif you approached him and his territory and his chicks,” says study co-author W
This is one Big Bird you wouldn't want to run into
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 17 days ago
if you approached him and his territory and his chicks,” says study co-author Warren Handley, a researcher at Australia’s Flinders University. “They were massive, gigantic birds. You would’ve felt the Earth shake when one came past you.” Handley... Read more
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WHAS TV11 Louisville
This is one Big Bird you wouldn't want to run intoif you approached him and his territory and his chicks,” says study co-author W
This is one Big Bird you wouldn't want to run into
WHAS TV11 Louisville / Posted 17 days ago
if you approached him and his territory and his chicks,” says study co-author Warren Handley, a researcher at Australia’s Flinders University. “They were massive, gigantic birds. You would’ve felt the Earth shake when one came past you.” Handley... Read more
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York Daily Record
This is one Big Bird you wouldn't want to run intoif you approached him and his territory and his chicks,” says study co-author W
This is one Big Bird you wouldn't want to run into
York Daily Record / Posted 17 days ago
if you approached him and his territory and his chicks,” says study co-author Warren Handley, a researcher at Australia’s Flinders University. “They were massive, gigantic birds. You would’ve felt the Earth shake when one came past you.” Handley... Read more
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