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We just finished packing up for a two-year trip around the world. Even though it was our second time packing for an extended trip, it was still tough. We know this can be one of the most daunting tasks when planning an adventure and we're here to help. Check-out what we have stuffed in our bags below and as always, never hesitate to get in touch for that question you just can't find an answer to. Happy Packing & Safe Travels!
BRAD'S
TRAVEL GEAR
I know how small your pack appears at first and I want to help you find the perfect gear to fill your precious little space. Below I've detailed out every single item I am currently carrying with me around the world. Hopefully you find it useful when preparing for your next big adventure!
 
MY TOP 4 ITEMS IN MY BAG
 
 
$899
Photography is a major part of travel for me. Nothing can bring old experiences back to life like looking at pictures from past travels. The Nikon D7000 is the perfect combination of DSLR quality, portability and affordability. It is my go-to camera on the road and the number one item I could not leave home without.
$39.99
A headlamp can be used for much more than hiking mountain passes in the middle of the night. They're perfect for navigating your way around cramped hostel quarters in the dark without bothering everyone around you. I use my headlamp on a daily basis when I travel and I love the simplicity and durability of the Petzl Tikkina.
$26
When traveling, sometimes the nearest washing machine seems to be the furthest thing away from you. These ExOfficio boxers help you out when you really need to stretch out the number of days in between wash cycles. They're odor resistant, moisture wicking, quick drying and best of all they don't feel any different from your normal boxers. You can easily get away with wearing these boxers for several days in a row. Seriously!
$8
There are never enough free plugs when you are traveling. Use this portable power strip to instantly create workable plugs for all of your gadgets. When I am at the airport I never am searching around for open plugs, instead I quickly find someone plugged in, walk over and unplug them from the wall, plug them into my power strip and instantly create three plugs for my stuff. Genius!
 
1. BAGS & ORGANIZATION
 
Big Pack - Osprey Aether 70
This is the same backpack I took around the world for 10-months in 2010. It's held up well enough to make it on another big journey and with that I am easily able to recommend it.
 
Photography is a major part of my current trip. This bag allows me to safely carry multiple camera bodies, multiple lenses and a bunch of camera accessories. It also fits my 15" laptop and iPad. I have no idea how I would get around without this bag.
 
On a normal trip, this would be my front pack (vs. the Kata camera bag on this trip). I'm bringing this bag along so I don't have to lug around the massive Kata bag every time I want to go exploring. I'll store this empty in the bottom of my big pack when I am moving between destinations.
 
Simple dry bag. Allows you to take gear in more risky situations (small boats, protects cameras from sand at the beach, etc...).
 
Compression Bags - Eagle Creek Compressors
I fit all of my clothing into two medium size bags. I bring a third medium bag to hold my dirty clothes. These bags definitely help you save space and they also help organize your clothing as well. Only negative is your fellow hostel roomates won't be too happy with the loud "plasticy noise" as you dig through your bags while they are trying to sleep in :)
 
Accessories Organization - Eagle Creek Pack-It Cubes
You can see I have two full-cubes, one half-cube and one quarter-cube. One full-cube holds medical, laundry and non-essential bathroom stuff. One full-cube holds lots of non-essential camera/electronic accessories. The half-cube is starting the trip empty. The quarter-cube holds my day-to-day bathroom supplies. These are all the same cubes that I took on my last 10-month trip - which is a testament to their quality. Highly recommended.
 
Important Docs & Stuff - Case Logic Hard Drive Case
This small case is supposed to hold a hard drive, but I use it to hold all sorts of little important stuff such as passport photos, yellow fever certificate, purchased bus/train tickets, etc...
 
 
 
2. CLOTHING
 
(2) Athletic T-Shirt - adidas Climalite Ultimate
I'm carrying three lightweight, fast-drying athletic t-shirts with me. Two of them are of the adidas variety and one is Under Armour. It is amazing how far the material technology has come on these shirts. They now feel and look very soft like cotton, but retain their superior performance traits as well. These shirts are great for hiking and general outdoor activity. Also they are great when you need to quickly wash a shirt to wear because they dry very quickly.
 
Athletic T-Shirt - Under Armour Charged Cotton
This is the third athletic shirt I am carrying. The other two are the adidas ones right above.
 
These are generic, high-quality cotton t-shirts. They are perfect for touring around cities and relaxing in the hostel.
 
(2) Casual T-Shirt - AbsoluteVisit from CustomInk
A little self promotion never hurt anyone :) We purchased these on CustomInk.com and I'm very happy with the quality. You'll know we've run out of money on the road the day you see a link selling these t-shirts on AbsoluteVisit.
 
Casual Jersey - USA World Cup 2010
This is the "fake" USA World Cup jersey that I picked up in Beijing while traveling in China during the 2010 World Cup. Sometimes you just have to rock your country while traveling.
 
Dressy Shirt - Brooks Brothers Polo
Just in case any Swedish girls check into the same hostel, you should always have one "fancy" shirt to throw on for the nightly hostel happy hour.
 
Long Sleeve T-Shirt - American Apparel Fine Jersey LS
I'm guessing this shirt will be near the top of the "Least Used Items In My Pack" list, but I'm bringing it in case I get fed up with mosquitos feeding on my arms in Africa and SE Asia.
 
Warm Upper Layer - Nike Element Half Zip
If you plan on doing a lot of traveling, bringing one of these half-zip shirts is a must. Small, lightweight and perfect for keeping you from freezing on airplanes and buses.
 
Rain Jacket - Marmot Precip
Although all vacation destinations look idyllic in postcard pictures, you should know that foreign places are not immune to rain. Taking a rain jacket is a must. This Marmot takes up very little room in your pack and is very durable. I used it on my previous 10-month trip and it still looks brand new.
 
Casual Shorts - Banana Republic Shorts
These are just a normal pair of shorts that you could see a local wearing. Be careful not to get too carried away packing all special travel gear. You are generally most relaxed on the road when you are dressed just like you would be back at home.
 
Convertible Pants - North Face Paramount Peak
I like how the shorts on these convertibles are actually a normal length and don't leave half of your thighs exposed to sunlight. Also they have a zipper pocket, which is perfect for securing your passport and money from theft and, well, falling out of your pocket :)
 
Jeans are great for those times when you need to dress up or for when you want to feel normal and escape from your travel wardrobe. I recommend bringing dark jeans because they are able to pass as dress pants 95% of the time. You never know when there is going to be somewhere you want to visit, but you can't show up in your travel shorts.
 
(2) Bathing Suit - Hurley Phantom 60 Boardshort
These Hurley Phantom suits are by far the best suits I've ever owned. They're very comfortable, lightweight and they look great too.
 
Gym shorts are great to wear to sleep at night and for lounging around the hostel. I like the DRI-FIT shorts because they take up very little room in your pack.
 
For me socks are socks. These sound fancy, but I chose them because they are very small and will take up very little room in my pack. They also go well with my minimus shoes.
 
(6) Boxers - lululemon Game On
These are the normal boxers I wear when living back in Chicago. They are incfredibly comfortable, however you should be warned that they are also incredibly expensive. Beware that if you buy one pair you will ultimately end up replacing all of your boxers with these - a very costly move.
 
(3) Athletic Boxers - ExOfficio Give-N-Go
When traveling, sometimes the nearest washing machine seems to be the furthest thing away from you. These ExOfficio boxers help you out when you really need to stretch out the number of days in between wash cycles. They're odor resistant, moisture wicking, quick drying and best of all they don't feel any different from your normal boxers. You can easily get away with wearing these boxers for several days in a row. Seriously!
 
 
 
3. FOOTWEAR
 
These will be on my feet 90% of the time while traveling. They are extremely comfortable, durable and normal looking. The only downside is that every couple of months I stub my big toe hard and the toenail falls off. Yeah I know, gross. This is one of the small prices to pay for walking around outside everyday for months at a time :)
 
Beach/Shower Sandals - Havaianas Men's Top
These sandals don't see as much use. They are great for days at the beach or as extra feet security in case you find yourself showering in a nasty hostel shower. The also act as a backup set of sandals in case my Rainbow Sandals break (which will not happen because they are Rainbows).
 
All-Around Shoe - New Balance Minimus MT10
These shoes weigh practically nothing and take up very little room in my pack. They are great for travel days, hiking and any athletic activity you partake in while on the road. Also, because they are dark, they can be worn with my dark jeans and they magically transform from gym shoes into dressy bar shoes.
 
 
 
4. BATHROOM
 
This makes a perfect little bag to hold your everyday bathroom items. The ventilation on top allows all of your bathroom gear to dry out as well.
 
Travel Towel - Sea to Summit DryLite
A portable, quick-drying towel that you can use anytime a normal towel is not available (or affordable). Most hostels let you rent a towel for $1 USD or they provide them for free. This towel is really not a must unless you are going to be camping or want to save the hotel towel fee.
 
(2) Travel Bottles - humangear GoToob 2 Ounce
I carry two of these burst resistant bottles in my daily bathroom kit. One holds shampoo and one holds face lotion. The face lotion is a bit of a luxury item, but hey, I'm 28 years old now and I'm still sleeping in hostel bunk beds every night. I don't want to hear any shit for keeping my face moist :)
 
Toothbrush
 
Toothbrush Holder
 
Toothpaste
 
Deodorant
Deodorant can be one of the toughest items to find on the road. I highly recommend taking extra deodorant with you in your bag. Most everything else bathroom related you can refill as you go.
 
Shampoo
 
Face Lotion
 
Floss
 
Soap Holder
 
Soap
 
 
 
5. BATHROOM EXTENDED
 
Hair Product - TEA TREE Shapping Cream
This could easily stay home, but sometimes during extended travel you want to escape your travel wardrobe and look good. This small container of gel does the trick and it takes up much less room than more clothes or shoes.
 
Travel Bottle - humangear GoToob 2 Ounce
This travel bottle holds shaving lotion. Shaving lotion is better than shaving cream when traveling because it takes up far less space and you can easily see how much you have with you (vs. trying to guess what is left in a metal can).
 
Razor
 
Razorblades
 
Shaving Lotion
This lotion is inside the travel bottle noted above. having lotion is better than shaving cream when traveling because it takes up far less space and you can easily see how much you have with you (vs. trying to guess what is left in a metal can).
 
Nail Clippers
 
Tweezers
 
Deodorant (2 reserve sticks)
Finding deodorant like what you are used to back home can be troublesome on the road. This is one of the toiletries I recommend stocking up on before you leave.
 
Soap (2 reserve bars)
There is no need to stock up on soap. You can easily buy new bars as you move around on the road. I happened to have a couple of extras back at home and I brought them with me instead of throwing them away.
 
Suntan Lotion (Multiple & Oil Free)
Suntan lotion can be a lot more expensive on the road vs. your local store. Also the quality seems to sometimes be subpar. I like these small tubes of oil free lotion, because they are easy to carry around and they are less greasy on my face when taking pictures all day.
 
Chapstick
See the comment above on my "dressy" shirt.
 
 
 
6. MEDICAL
 
Malaria Prevention - Doxycycline
Check out the CDC's Malaria Map for help finding the right Malaria pill for your trip.
 
Antibiotic - Cipro
It is nice to have this powerful weapon with you to fight off anything nasty you catch while traveling. On long trips I recommend taking one set of antibiotic pills.
 
Pain Relief - Ibuprofen
 
Motion Sickness - Dramamine
 
Bug Bite Itch Stopper - AfterBite
 
Antacid - Tums
 
Antibiotic Ointment - Neosporin
 
Eye Drops - Visine
 
Bandaids
 
Anti-diarrheal - Imodium A-D
One of the most important medical items to bring with you when traveling for long periods of time. You'll want to get control of your excretions before boarding multiple hour bus rides :)
 
Cold & Sinus - Dayquil
 
Upset Stomach - Pepto-Bismol
 
 
 
7. SECURITY
 
This is not something I wear around town every day. I only wear the money belt when I plan on sleeping aboard public transit - buses, trains, etc...
 
Perfect for anytime you need to spin up a clean, makeshift bed. Only necessary if you are staying at cheap hostels (cheap for a hostel), traveling extensively through areas with poor infrastructure or if you have an extreme phobia of germs.
 
Hostel Locker Lock - Master Lock 653D Combo
Harder to break into than the classic circular lock. Very necessary for locking up hostel lockers everywhere you travel.
 
Great little locks for locking zippers together on your backpacks or for lockers where the bigger lock above doesn't fit.
 
This little cable is great for locking your bags to fixed items. Your body on a bus. A chair on the beach. A bed frame in the hostel.
 
Big Backpack Rain Cover - REI Duck's Back Rain Cover - 80 Liters
Protection from the elements for those times you are forced to bring your full pack out in the rain.
 
Camera Bag Raincover - Kata (Included with bag)
 
 
 
8. ACCESSORIES
 
This is an affordable, not "flashy", good looking watch that is perfect for everyday use. The watch also functions as a traveling alarm clock and a timer for long exposure photography.
 
Nothing special about this pair. Just happened to be the pair lying around my apartment when I was packing.
 
The most used tools on this knife are the bottle opener and corckscrew. Make sure you have both of these on your knife.
 
A headlamp can be used for much more than hiking mountain passes in the middle of the night. They're perfect for navigating your way around cramped hostel quarters in the dark without bothering everyone around you. I use my headlamp on a daily basis when I travel and I love the simplicity and durability of the Petzl Tikkina.
 
Drain Stopper - Do it Rubber Sink Stopper
This little flap of rubber helps me do laundry in hostel sinks. This is a definite must have if you plan on washing any of your clothes on your own.
 
Portable detergent packs for doing laundry in the sink. These are great when you want to wash a couple shirts/boxers to help push out your need to do laundry a few days.
 
Stain Remover
Just in case I spill any delicious local food on my brand spanking new, white AbsoluteVisit t-shirt!
 
Wallet
 
Hat
Offers great protection from the sun when sunglasses aren't an option (photography). Also, wearing a big name sports team like the Chicago Cubs helps start a lot of conversations on the road.
 
Belt
Sometimes you lose weight while you are traveling (on a budget). This trusty belt helps ensure my shorts/pants will always fit.
 
 
 
9. TRAVEL DOCS
 
Passport
If you are traveling through 10+ countries, make sure to get extra pages added to your passport. I have two extra books sewn into my passport.
 
Yellow Fever Certificate & Immunization Records
Some countries will require you to show proof of your yellow fever vaccination before entering their country. Make sure to have a digital copy of this form in case you lose the original.
 
Drivers License
A second form of ID that you can use in case you don't want to carry around your passport.
 
(2) ATM Cards
Keep one with you and hide the other one in a different bag (in case you get robbed).
 
(2) Credit Cards
Keep one with you and hide the other one in a different bag (in case you get robbed).
 
Emergency Money - $100 USD Cash
There is no better tool to get you out of a bad situation than money. Keep $100 hidden in a different bag than your other valuables, just in case you get robbed.
 
Passport Pictures
These will come in handy if you need to apply for visas while traveling abroad.
 
(2) Passport Copies
I don't advise carrying your passport with you unless you are traveling between destinations. These copies can be used to identify yourself if the local police would ask to see your passport.
 
Travel Cards - AbsoluteVisit
We meet hundreds of people each month while traveling on the road. You have a much better chance of staying in touch if you are able to hand them a card with your contact information. Building a network of global friends will undoubtedly help you in your future travels.
 
 
 
10. CAMERAS
 
(2) DSLR Camera Bodies - Nikon D7000
Photography is a major part of travel for me. Nothing can bring old experiences back to life like looking at pictures from past travels. The Nikon D7000 is the perfect combination of DSLR quality, portability and affordability. It is my go-to camera on the road and the number one item I could not leave home without. I carry two bodies because often times I am in situations where I don't have the time or it is too dusty to switch lenses.
 
Land & Buildings Lens - Nikon 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED AF-S DX
This lens is perfect for taking beautiful landscape shots, pictures of buildings from the street or capturing the full view of a indoor room (like a museum).
 
We're spending over 30 days on Safari in Africa. Carrying a telephoto zoom lens is an absolute must to get great shots of all of the animals in their natural habitat.
 
Portrait Lens - Nikon 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX
This lens will be used for taking dramatic video clips and creative portrait work.
 
This little guy gets paired up with the telephoto zoom lens to double the zoomability.
 
This definitely could and should be left at home. However, I'm spending the next two years of my life taking photos and during that period I want to improve on Flash photography (right now I am terrible at it). Most frequently this will be used around the hostel at night.
 
Extreme Action Camera - GoPro HD Hero3 - Black
This camera is great for capturing underwater and B-roll video. It will make its debut on the trip filming Great White Sharks in South Africa.
 
Underwater Camera - Olympus TG-1
From surfing to snorkeling, this will be our go-to camera when we are in the water.
 
Everyday Camera - iPhone 5
The iPhone will be used for all of the random moments we want to quickly snap pictures of and for easily sharing things we are seeing on the web.
 
 
 
11. CAMERA ACCESSORIES
 
I'm really into HDR (multiple-exposure) photography and am starting to learn timelapse photography. Both of these creative styles absolutely require a tripod. As heavy an inconvenient as it is, I don't have a choice. I paid some extra cash and went for the much lighter weight carbon fiber model, but the aluminum will do fine for most.
 
This portable tripod is great for those times when you don't feel like lugging around its full-sized brother or when security sees your harmless tripod as some sort of terrorist threat (many popular tourist sites will not let you use a full-size tripod).
 
 
(5) Lens Cleaning Clothes - 3M Microfiber Lens Cleaning Cloth
These simple clothes are the best solution I've found to keep your glass squeaky clean. They also work great on keeping the iPad, iPhone and Mac screen clean.
 
Remote Shutter Release - Wired - Nikon 25395 MC-DC2 Remote`
Used extensively for HDR and long-exposure photography.
 
Remote Shutter Release - Wireless - Nikon ML-L3 Wireless Remote
Rarely used and acts as a backup to its wired brother.
 
Dual Camera Harness - Rainbowimaging Quick Release Strap
This accessory is reserved for the ultra-nerd! It is this crazy looking harness that allows me to have two DSLR cameras dangling from my neck. This can be really convenient in certain situations. Say I am shooting an HDR shot with my wide angle lens of a glacier in Alaska. In the middle of the shot a bald eagle lands within view of where I am standing. With this harness I could have my telephoto lens on another body around my neck and ready to shoot the eagle.
 
iPhone 5 Tripod Mount - Glif Plus Tripod Mount & Stand
This little gadget allows you to connect your iPhone to a tripod.
 
Polarizing Filter - Tiffen 77mm Circular Polarizer
Great for creating big blue skys and certain water effects.
 
Neutral Density Filter - Hoya 77mm HMC ND8 Multi-Coated
Used for creative effects that require it being very dark outside when it is very bright outside.
 
Secure Digital Cards Cards (500GB+) - Various Brands/Sizes
500GB is definitely overkill, but you have to understand my thinking here. I am carrying a lot of heavy camera equipment everywhere I go. The last thing I want to worry about is running out memory cards. I'm going to be on several multi-day camping excursions, away from electricity. SD cards are very small, inexpensive and carrying a lot of them offers me great piece of mind.
 
Used to clean electronics.
 
DSLR Sensor Cleaner - Sensor Swab Type 2 (w/Eclipse)
Used as a last resort if dust spots start showing up on my DSLR photos.
 
I rarely use this guy, preferring the cleaning clothes instead. It is however great at cleaning really stubborn spots and cleaning the very outside edges of the glass.
 
Rechargeable AA Batteries - Sanyo 1500 eneloop 8 Pack Ni-MH
Environment friendly (because I won't have to dispose of batteries) and hopefully yielding an overall cost savings on the road. These batteries are primarily used for my camera flash.
 
Rechargeable AAA Batteries - Sanyo 1500 eneloop 4 Pack Ni-MH
Used for my headlamp and my razor.
 
Backup 77mm Lens Cap - Dopo 77mm Replacement Lens Cap
You never know where you are going to be when you lose your lens cap. It's smart to have a cheap backup you can throw on until you return to a big city where you can buy a replacement.
 
Backup 72mm Lens Cap - NIKON LC-72 72mm
 
Lens & Camera End-Caps - Nikon LF-4 & Nikon BF-1B
 
 
 
12. GOPRO ACTION CAMERA
 
Extreme Action Camera - GoPro HD Hero3 - Black
This camera is great for capturing underwater, B-roll video and so much more! It will make its debut on the trip filming Great White Sharks in South Africa.
 
 
Ultra-Portable Tripod Ballhead - Joby BH1 Ball Head
 
Wireless Remote - GoPro Wi-Fi Remote
 
Tripod Mount - GoPro Tripod Mount
This little accessory allows you to connect the GoPro to a standard tripod screw.
 
This mount is designed for attaching the GoPro to a bicycle frame, however it can be used to attach the camera to any similar size pole. I'm most interested in attatching it to one of the legs on my tripod so I can easily shoot it in parallel to my tripod mounted DSLR.
 
Anti-Fog Inserts - GoPro Antifog Inserts
 
 
 
13. COMPUTER & ELECTRONICS
 
This laptop is a beast to be taking on the road and I don't recommend it for most travelers. That said, running a few websites and processing tons of media is my full-time job while traveling. The retina screen is incredible for editing photos and the computer is powerful enough for all of your video rendering needs.
 
Tablet - iPad 2
Right now this is used mostly for watching movies and reading books. Hopefully I'll be able to expand beyond that and start using it more once I get on the road.
 
Phone - iPhone 5
It is definitely not a necessity to have a phone while traveling. I've travled for months without one - no issues at all. I'm trying out carrying one on my current travels to see if the impressive maps and portable mini-computer make this device worth packing.
 
(3) Backup Hard Drives - WD My Passport 2TB Portable USB 3.0
Everyone should take something to back their pictures up to. You will always want your pictures in two different places while traveling. One copy in your valuables bag and one copy in another bag or your friends bag.
 
These headphones really deliver the deep bass sounds that have long been absent in the portable audio world.
 
Portable Speaker - iHome Portable Speaker
You never know when you are going to need these to startup an impromtu party! Also great for relaxing to music on the beach.
 
There are never enough free plugs when you are traveling. Use this portable power strip to instantly create workable plugs for all of your gadgets. When I am at the airport I never am searching around for open plugs, instead I quickly find someone plugged in, walk over and unplug them from the wall, plug them into my power strip and instantly create three plugs for my stuff. Genius!
 
Power Inverter (for the car) - BESTEK 300w Car Inverter
My current trip involves camping for 30+ days in Africa. This is essential for helping make sure my camera batteries stay charged.
 
Cheap and they work great. I normally would not bring two of them because they are easy to pick up on the road, but I had two lying around so I packed them both.
 
I'd go nuts if I had to go a few days without headphones. These Apple buds were lying around the house so I packed them.
 
Allows two of you to watch movies on your iPad at the same time.
 
Perfect for putting you in control of the mood on long road trips.
 
This fancy charger helps keep the AA and AAA batteries charged.
 
 
 
 
WILL'S
TRAVEL GEAR
I've packed a lot and to be honest, most of the time it kinda sucks! It is like a giant never ending jigsaw puzzle where every piece is actually used and not just placed. But, through all of this packing I have learned a lot and I would like to use that to help you pack for your own adventure.
 
THE TOP 4 ITEMS IN MY BAG
 
$69.99
Shoes? Yea, shoes. I think shoes are taken for granted often because we have a different pair of footwear for every occasion. Can you imagine bringing all of your shoes on a trip around the world? Not going to happen. This is exactly why I love my Merrell's. They are extremely versatile and will be used for hiking, urban treks, chic clubs, and everything in between. They are the only pair of shoes I am brining on the trip. In addition to being ridiculously versatile, these shoes are light as a small bag of feathers and flatten down to be packed away.
$199
This is THE do it all machine. I hope to take the majority of my pictures with my DSLR, but the iPhone does many things a camera can not. In addition to taking great photo and video, I plan to also use my iPhone for text messaging (iMessage), navigation, calling home (Skype/Facetime), sending emails, checking Facebook, tweeting and instagramming. This is one badass little device that with a wifi connection can be turned into a an extreme communication hub from and to anywhere in the globe.
$14.99
Security is key on the road and the TSA Corded Lock is one of my best friends in this regard. Although not exactly an intimidating physical barrier, this corded lock is just enough to deter many thiefs. But the real beauty of this lock is in its versatility, it can be used to lock nearly anything. It is small and flexible which means it can be used for zippers, lockers, backpacks, shoes, cameras, and just about anything else you can think to lock down. Trust me, bring this and you'll sleep better.
$32.99
Earbuds can be used for a lot more than just jamming. Trying to sleep in a noisy hostel? Plug in these earbuds and you'll block it right out. On a long boring flight? Add the Seenheiser's to the mix and you'll arrive at your destination in no time. Need a little privacy when calling home from a computer? Here ya go. Need to rock out to that song that makes you, you? These are the one's.
 
 
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