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Played two games tonight and they were both very strange.
Unfortunately in the first one I got a material advantage early but the position was so strange I got very low on time near the end and made a bad mistake that allowed for a sneak attack. Up until that point my opponent had nothing going on at all too. But then I played another and it was as equally strange.
And game two
Maybe it is just Olympic fevor.
No, it's just over a half moon. I took a picture about two hours ago.
Half an hour ago... olympic opening ceremony! The ocean will be there later.
I watched it live on BBC feed earlier. Turned it off, I couldn't stand the nationalist white washing of history.
Cannot add utube videos no more!!
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