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The Shibumi of Samara's Samovar

a natural blend of reflections and ruminations

27 May
I am looking for friends, associates, and activity partners with whom to meme-swap, share experience and create spectacle (in a good way). I really love to play chess so if you think you might like to play then please don't hesitate to let me know.
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