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As I fought, I noted some camera issues which made me disoriented in corners.

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He feels his issues are understandable and that society has the problem, not him.

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I think forever that this board will have to live with the fact that we have allowed external, non-relevant issues to impact this election today.

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The past few months have seen the industry come together to solve one of its most challenging issues.

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