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On Thursday, February 21, 2002, at 11:38 , Francesca S. Alcorn wrote:
> Whenever people explained anything about curses and witch doctors they
> always reassured me that none of this would work on me since it wasn't
> my culture.
Let us endeavor to remove this from all cultures.
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