Some interesting sightings
in newspapers (though I can't find the articles online). In Tuesday's
edition of USA
Today, there was an article in the Sports section on the Top
98 of '98 (they do this every year.) Michelle is #30. The
only other skater on the list is Tara (#13) The listing on Michelle
30. Michelle Kwan:
Class of Olympic skating also graduates from high school with honors.
In my local paper (part
of the Gannett news service, so it may be in your local paper, too),
there was an article titled 1998 'Twas a very big year.
The article is actually a calendar, with important events listed
on the day it happened. The first day I looked at was January 10
(the day of the ladies long at Nationals, a day I will never forget!)
To my surprise, it was there! Under January, here is what was listed:
10 Michelle Kwan wins U.S. skating prize
Only the day the Olympics opened were listed (Feb 7). The results
of the Olympics weren't mentioned at all. No other skating events
were listed. I was very happy that they listed Michelle winning
the December 28, 1998-January 4, 1999 issue of Time
Magazine, there is an article about Michelle! On page 159 is the
and Kwan - VICTORY LAPS (Thanks to Arsenette for typing the
article!.) A picture of Michelle doing a spiral in East of Eden
at World Pros is with the article.
is a picture of Michelle working out in the January 1999 issue of
I got the magazine today.
The picture of Michelle working out was in the November 17, 1997
issue of People magazine with the article Belle
on the Ball. The actual picture is not online, though.
The caption reads "In
L.A., ice princess Michelle
Kwan shows how she keeps her figure." Michelle's picture is right
in the middle of pictures of Brad Pitt (on ice skates!), Oprah,
Sharon Stone, and other A class celebs!
out this article
about Michelle from the December 9 issue of Beverly Hills 213 from
page. Includes scan of Michelle on the cover!(Thanks Jenny!)
Michelle is listed on the
"The L.A. Sports Council's moments to remember" list. Here's what
it says about Michelle:
4. Michelle Kwan of
Torrance skates to a silver medal in the Nagano Olympics, then wins
gold in the World Championships.
the January/February 1999 issue of International
Figure Skating Magazine, there is a color 18.5" by 28" COI poster.
Michelle's picture is at the top of the poster.
is featured in the December/January issue of A.
Magazine, the magazine for Asian Americans, as one of the 25 most
influential Asian Americans. She's ranked number 12. It's on page
55. There is a picture of her elegantly sitting on steps of block-ice.
(Thanks Schelle!) Check
I bought this magazine
today. In the picture, Michelle is wearing her 2nd Desdemona/1st
Carmen costume. They list her name, age, title ("Ice Princess"),
and her rank last year (unranked.) There's a nice little article
about her with one mistake (they wrote that the USOC named her the
Sportswoman of the year, but they didn't...she is the USOC figure
skating sportswoman of the year.) It says the sportsmanship she
displayed has made her "number one in the hearts of skating fans."
Also, interesting to us Internet visitors, "Kwan currently boasts
more than twice the number of Web fan pages than Lipinksi." It writes
about everything she has won since the Olympics, and her endorsement
Later in the magazine,
they have a section called "Editors' picks: The best of 1998." On
page 69, they list Sports in review, and they name Michelle as the
best athlete! They also have a picture of Michelle at the Olympics
(at the beginning of Lyra Angelica.)
magazine Michelle is in... In a magazine titled The National
Sports Review, there are a lot of figure skating references.
The magazine says it should be on the stands until May. There is
a small pic of Tara on the cover. On page 9, there is a picture
of Michelle doing a layback (and also one of Tara). They also list
the top 100 newsmakers of 1998, and, on page 22, they list Michelle
as #57. There is a section on important numbers, and, on page 116,
there is a picture of Michelle at Nationals with the caption, "In
Philadelphia, Michelle Kwan earns 15 perfect 6.0's, the most ever
at a US national figure skating championship." On page 122, they
list Michelle winning Nationals as a moment. Finally, there's a
section titled Divas, and they have pictures of both Michelle and
Tara on page 157. The caption under Michelle's picture says, "Michelle
Kwan has matured into one of the reigning godesses of popular culture.
Seen here at the Winter Olympic games, she is both the all-American
girl and a stunning ice queen, favorably recalling the great beauties
of earlier eras." There is also several references and pictures
of Ilia in the magazine.
got the December/January issue of Teen People today! The article
(which is mostly just pics...the section is called "Photo Album")
starts on pg 108. The title is "Ice Pack." The introductory paragraph
"It's the hottest
show in town when the world's best skaters--among them Michelle
Kwan, Tara Lipinski, Michael Weiss, Ilia Kulik, and Philippe Candeloro--take
a break from competing to spend three months on the road with the
John Hancock Champions on Ice tour. Teen people met up with them
in Chicago for an exclusive look behind the glittering scenes. Parking-lot
soccer games, backstage Ping-Ping, shopping sprees and death-defying
triple lutzes were all part of the long day's work."
Check the following
list for links to the pictures. The first picture I scanned in,
and the other 3 are from Jenny's page (thanks Jenny!)
The Michelle items in
- A picture of Michelle
doing a spiral in her Mulan costume...page 108 and 109
- This quote from Michelle
"On tour, we all help each other out because our coaches aren't
there with us. I'm more loose and relaxed on the ice, but I still
skate the best I can."...page 108
- Picture of Michelle
and Philippe at the wrap party with
this caption: "after hours: Michelle (everyone calls
her Chelle) and France's Philippe Candeloro take a time out at
the tour's Ritz-Carlton wrap party. The next day, Michelle admitted,
"I'm a little tired. It went on pretty late."...page 109
- Picture of Michelle
signing autographs with the caption: "after glow:
On her way to the bus, Michelle spends half an hour signing autographs.
"Only a year ago, I was that person in line," she says of fans."...page
- Picture of Michelle
running with the caption: "on the run: Michelle
stays in shape out on the road with regular workouts."...page
is in the November 16 issue of Sports Illustrated! On page
36, under this picture,
Michelle Kwan - Perhaps inspired by her role in a recent Disney
skate-tacular, the Olympian has Mulanized from ice queen to warrior
princess. GRADE: B"
They have 5 people including
Michelle - comparing before and after pictures. (Thanks Arsenette!)
is a two page article on Michelle in the December 1998 issue of American
Cheerleader magazine. It is in the section "Other sports we love."
There isn't really anything that we didn't know about before.
the November 2 issue of People
Magazine, Michelle is mentioned in the cover story, Altered
States. The part with Michelle is in the last paragraph (you can
go to that part of the article by going here,
and then scrolling down.) Also, in the magazine, there is a before
and after picture of Michelle. (Thanks Russell!) . Just a little
side note. On Entertainment Tonight, they talked about this article,
and I thought Michelle might be in it (because she had a recent makeover.)
But, they didn't mention her, so I figured she wasn't in the article.
They mentioned just about everyone else that was in the article. Now,
why didn't they mention her? Oh well!
I got the magazine and
scanned in the picture. Check
it out! The
caption above the picture reads, "Michelle Kwan. Kwan (below, in
'97, and bottom, in September) says she "felt naked" when she first
got her spiky do."
is in the November issue of Life Magazine (Christopher
Reeve on the cover). In an article titled "100 best things about America
now.." (a list to be thankful for during Thanksgiving) on page 72
(the article actually starts on page 66) #74 reads:
"74 Michelle Kwan. She
may have lost the gold at the Olympics, but she has brought back
grace and style to ice skating."
picture is in the magazine. (Thanks to Arsenette and Andy
for this info!)
is a picture
of Michelle doing a layback at the Grand Slam in the October 12, 1998
issue of People
I hope you got the Thursday
edition of the USA
Today paper. Jenny scanned in some of the pictures with the article
(there were 7 in all, though the one on the front page of the paper
was just a crop of one of the other pictures.) BTW, these pictures
were taken before Michelle's latest haircut. On the front page of
the paper, in the upper right hand corner was this
picture. Then, on the front page of the Olympic Glory section
was a big picture of Michelle and Lori Nichol practicing a move on
the ice. Next to that is a picture of Michelle,
Frank, and Lori (this is the picture that is cropped for the
front page). On the second page of this section is a tiny paragraph
about the Keri Lotion Figure Skating Classic ("Nice 'n Easy" is no
longer the sponser so, with a new sponser comes a new name.) The paragraph
just says that Michelle and Todd will be there, and that it will be
the USFSA's first major event of the 1998-1999 season. The article
about Michelle continues on the 6th page with 4 color pictures! The
top picture is of Michelle working
on programs with Lori and Frank. The next picture is of Michelle
lacing up her skates. The next picture is of Michelle's back (she
is facing Lori), with her hand on her hip. The last picture is of
Michelle looking at Frank on the ice, with the full length mirror
reflecting their images. The article ends on page 7E. One extra bit
of info that was in the paper, and not online (though it was already
known), is that Michelle will be debuting her short program at the
Keri Lotion Figure Skating Classic this weekend (an online friend
will be sending back a report). It says that her new long program,
Ariane, will be debuted at Michelle's "first Olympic-division competition
of the new season. Which event that will be is yet to be determined."
With Michelle having two new, competitive-style programs, I think
this means she will be at Nationals and Worlds, though that still
Don't forget to get the
Thursday edition of the USA
Today paper! In the Olympic Glory section of the paper, there
is the article The
making of Kwan's new program. According to the article, her new
short program will be The Fate of Carmen, and her new long
program will be the opera Ariane, which is by the composer
of Dream of Desdemona. The article in the paper will probably
have pictures (though not of her new programs...probably of her practicing.)
On USA Today's Olympic site is this
I always get the USA
Today paper, and was happy (though not too surprised since
that paper seems to be one of the few that always writes about skating)
to see 2 articles about the Grand Slam and Michelle in Monday's edition.
With the articles is this
picture (in black and white). Also, in the "sportsline" part on
the front page of the sports section, there are a few lines to guide
you to the articles on page 9. Only one article is online, though.
The first, Professionals, amateurs share ice, doesn't have much new
info on the competition, except to say that, "The biggest potential
problem is the lack of depth in the women's field. Kwan clearly is
better than anyone else in the world. But with a full competitive
season ahead, she's expected to do only about three of these events."
With the Grand Slam and the Nice and Easy Challenge (taking place
this weekend), I wonder what other open event Michelle might do (though
they said "about," so they could be wrong, and it could just be those
The other article is
titled "Kwan snips high-maintenance hair." The article states that,
"the biggest news from the Grand Slam of Figure Skating might not
have been the debut of open competition among amateur and professional
skaters, but Michelle Kwan's hair...She's sporting a spiky, sophisticated
cut by Los Angeles stylist Laurent D, the man who cuts Sharon Stone's
hair." Also, Michelle said that she's been thinking of cutting her
hair for years. "It took me two years to chop it off. I was tired
of my mom having to work on my hair. My arms would get tired fixing
it. I couldn't use bobby pins because I was afraid they'd fall out
and somebody would get hurt." Finally, the article says that, after
clipping 20 pictures out of magazines, Michelle found the "perfect
cut" in the pages of People magazine.
Also, in Thursday's "Olympic
Glory" section of the paper (a section published the first Thursday
of every month), there will be an article about Michelle's makeover.
Michelle is the answer
to #18 across on the United Feature Syndicate crossword puzzle, August
30 edition. Not only that, but the picture in the middle of the puzzle
is of her! I originally heard that this crossword puzzle was in the
Dallas Morning News, TV section. Then, I decided to look in my local
TV papers, and I saw that the puzzle was in there too! So, check the
TV paper that comes with your local Sunday paper...you might see the
picture of Michelle in the puzzle! Check out the
puzzle in the Dallas Morning News.
is this picture
of Michelle hosting a Happy Meal Picnic for Seattle School Children
in the October issue of Teen People. (She's in this
magazine two months in a row, now!) Usher is on the cover of the
magazine. Also, Shanda sent me an e-mail with this suggestion:
"About 2 months ago,
I wrote them a letter and e-mailed them about putting her in there
[Teen People magazine]. I guess it worked she's been in there a
lot recently!=) Can you mention on your site about that, and tell
people to write the magazine to put more on her? Who knows, maybe
one day she will end up on the cover of the mag! I wrote them and
received a post card. Here's the address:"
TEEN PEOPLE/Write On
P.O. Box 999
Radio City Station
New YORK, ny 10101-0999
got my copy of the September/October issue of International
Figure Skating Magazine, with Michelle on the cover, today! It
is a great article! There are 5 pictures, 4 with Michelle (I scanned
them all in). One is a full page (with the other pics around it) of
Michelle in her
soldier costume. Another is one of Michelle,
Pat Morita, and Philippe. The third is of Michelle doing
a spiral during Reflections. The 4th, on the next page, is one
in her soldier costume with
Philippe and Michael Weiss. The article is a full page, and speaks
very highly of the special. Here's a little summary of it...
She was ushered into
a top secret screening
of Mulan just before Worlds in March (the movie opened June 19.)
About the secret screening, Michelle said that, "No one could know
about it. It was hard because it was such a great secret and I didn't
want to keep it." In May, Sarah Kawahara started to choreograph
the special. She said it was hard because there was so few time
to preproduce, rehearse, and film the special because the skaters
were on COI. Michael Weiss said that the filming was strange because
it felt like the skaters were on a movie set, "It's something kind
of foreign to figure skaters. We went out there, and it almost felt
like we were shooting a movie because there were a lot of props
and a lot of cameras."
The article states that
Michelle has a new respect for actors. "I used to think that it's
all glamorous and it's so easy. They just say a few lines. But,
it's not. It's really hard work. I give them more credit. Even the
crew. There's a lot of people behind the production." She also "got
to express her new-found appreciation for thier craft" when Ming-Na
Wen and B.D. Wong, the voices for Mulan and Shang, visited the set.
Michelle was in shock when Ming-Na Wen asked for her autograph (she
even brought her skates for Michelle to sign!) Michelle says that
when she met B.D. wong, "It was very emotional. It was nice because
I can't believe that people would react in such a way just to meet
The article also says
that it was special for the Kwan family because Karen was in it
as well. Karen wasn't used being told to smile by the director.
It was also special for the Kuchiki family...the parents and their
two daughters were in the special (that 5th picture that does not
includ Michelle is a picture of them.)
The article also states
that "although the ratings for the televised special were less than
hoped for, Disney executives feel the special was a great success."
Paul Villadolid, Disney's senior vice presient for specials and
nonfiction programming said, "One of the promises we made to Michelle
was that as a skater and as an artist, we were going to try to put
her in the best vehicles that we could...I think that we really
succeeded in showcasing a side of Michelle's personality that people
who are accustomed to watching her in competition may not be familiar
with. I think we allowed her to stretch. She does some performing,
she does some acting. And she comes off wonderfully"
Several other Michelle
items in this issue of the magazine:
of Michelle from Mulan...page 8
- In the "from the publisher"
section, they say that Michelle's debut as an actress in her Mulan
special was "met with critical acclaim. The next generation of
skaters is here, and Kwan is creating the mold."...page 8
of Michelle, Todd Eldredge, and Kazakova and Dmitriev at the GWG...page
- The article 'Reflections
on Ice' Michelle Kwan's Debut Disney Special to the Music of 'Mulan'...page
- A small article on
choreographer Sarah Kawahara where she talks about working with
Michelle on Mulan...page 55
You can now vote online
for Michelle in the Teen
People Celebrity Survey. (Although, for some reason, my vote never
seems to go through. I'll keep trying!) Michelle is listed in question
#19, "Favorite Female Athlete" and question #29 "Not
everyone had a great '98. My sympathy vote goes to:" However, I think
Michelle had a great '98, so I don't know why she is listed there.
(Did you happen to win an Olympic silver medal? What about a National,
World, GWG, and Ultimate Four title? Or, earn the most perfect scores
ever awarded to a skater at the US Nationals? LOL...Need I go on?)
You can also vote by filling out the survey in the September 1998
issue of the magazine.
page 96 of the September issue of Shape
Magazine, there is a little article on Michelle. Here's what Tin has
to say about it. (Thanks Tin!):
The article asks six
champions to share their secrets to being successful in sports,
fitness, and other areas of life. Michelle said it was her focus.
There's a black and white picture of her doing her beginning pose
of "On My Own".
for Michelle as the athlete of the year from Sports Illustrated
for Kids magazine. The winner will be featured in a future issue of
Michelle is in the September issue of Teen People.
There is a picture of her in the "True Beauty" section of the magazine,
and also a poll where you can vote for her as your favorite female
athlete. (I have heard you can also vote for her through AOL.)
the July 31 issue of Entertainment
Weekly, there is a full page ad for the GWG with this
picture of Michelle. (This is not the picture that was in the
People magazine.) The ad is on page 47. Then, on page 67, in the TV
listing for Thursday, July 31, there is this
picture of Michelle, and a little about the ladies short program.
probably read the article Goodwill
Hunting listed on my Articles About Michelle
section. There was also a picture with this article (from the July
issue of the Cable Guide.) I just got the article, and I was able
to scan in the picture. Check
it out! Thanks so much to Teresa for sending me the
the July 20, 1998 issue of People magazine, there is
a Goodwill Games advertisement supplement. The first page of the supplement
(page 103 of the magazine) is a picture of Michelle jumping in the
air, but not looking in the camera. She is in her "On My Own" costume.
If I get a chance, I will scan that picture in. Then, on the 5th page
of the supplement (page 107), there is a thing on "Super Stars" of
the Goodwill Games. They list Michelle, have a paragraph about her,
and include this
picture. Finally, on the 7th page of the supplement (page 109), there
is a full TV schedule for the competition. On the sides of this page
are photos of competitors...one is a small picture of the Michelle
(the same one that I linked to above.) Also, on these last two pages,
there is a photo of Todd Eldredge. It is also in the July 27 issue
of Time magazine.
In the Thursday-Sunday
(July 2-5) edition of USA Today, there is an article about
the Goodwill Games in the Olympic Glory section titled
faith for Goodwill Games. It quotes Michelle. Also, on the back
page of the section, there is a calendar of events for the month of
July. There is a picture of Michelle in her On My Own costume, with
the dates for the GWG.
is a very positive review of Michelle’s autobiography in the
July issue of Dance magazine. In the same issue, there is also
a short article on Paul Wylie.
the June 22 issue of Sports Illustrated, there is this
picture of Michelle and her father, Danny. There is also this
quote from Michelle:
"You have taught
me how to see the lessons in a difficult experience. You know of
my dream, and you dream it too."
has been named to International
Figure Skating Magazine's 1997-1998 25 Most Influential Names
in Figure Skating List! She also received this honor in the 95/96
season. The full list is in the July/August 1998 edition of the magazine.
The profile of Michelle is on page 40. Here is what it says:
"This season Michelle
Kwan demonstrated just how ethereal figure skating could be with
her blissful performances at the US Nationals where she garnered
15 perfect marks of 6.0. She also continued to be a winner in the
corporate marketplace, securing prominent endorsements with Walt
Disney and Unilever's Caress. Her autobiography, Heart of a Champion,
proved to be a great success which went into paperback shortly after
the Olympic Winter Games. While the Olympic gold medal may have
eluded Kwan in Nagano, she claimed her second World title in April
and promised that she would compete in the eligible ranks until
the 2002 Games.
'Hopefully what people are receiving from my skating [is]...I hope
they believe in themselves in life and in anything they do,' Kwan
said. 'I think that's the most important is believing in yourself
that you can do it.'"
Several other Michelle
items in this issue of the magazine:
- An article about Michelle's
Deal with Disney that includes a picture
of her from the Blockbuster Entertainment Awards in March...page
with Steven Cousins and her sister, Karen, at the closing banquet
- An article on the
1998 World championships with a picture of Michelle during her
long program...page 16
- A mini article about
the future of Michelle's sister, Karen...page 63
is on the cover of Miracles
Magazine, which brings you the inspiring stories of Champions
along with medical news and CMN events. Finally, if you go to CMN's
homepage, you will see a great picture of Michelle. Also, there
is an ad for the CMN telethon in the Friday, May 29 issue of the USA
Today paper. With the two page ad is a huge picture of Michelle
(the same picture that is on CMN's homepage.) Many places usually
have the Friday edition of the USA Today paper throughout the weekend.
So, you may be able to still get it! The ad is on pages 6E and 7E.
In the "Who's News" section
of the USA Today
Weekend, there will be a question about Michelle. I don't know
if there will be a picture or not. This magazine comes with certain
local newspapers. To see if your local paper carries this magazine,
check out Newspapers
by state. In my area, it is with the Sunday edition of the local
paper. If you do not get this paper, you can read the question and
answer in CELEBS:
Who's News, 05/10/98, then scroll down to the 2nd to last question.
the March 17 issue of Soap
Opera Digest there is an article about Rebecca Herbst, an actress
on General Hospital, who used to be a skater. On page 43, there is
a picture of Michelle doing a spiral in her "Dream of Desdemona" costume
and this article:
Before Rebecca Herbst was rubbing shoulders with celebs in
the TV trade, she met some pretty cool people at the rink. Read
"You know Michelle Kwan?" inquires Herbst with a smile, "who won the
silver medal in the Olympics this year? I used to skate with her every
morning; her and her sister." Marvels the actress, "Michelle is a
few years younger than I am, so when we were actually skating together,
she was a few levels below me. My mom remembers sitting in the bleachers
with Michelle's dad, and he would always say, 'My girls are going
to the Olympics. My girls are going to the Olympics.' My mom and I
would always laugh, because we would look at these two skinny little
girls - at the time, the Kwans were really young and tiny - and think
how every parent used to say stuff like that. And lo and behold, here
we are years later and Michelle did it! She's beautiful; she made
it to the Olympics and she is great. Who knew?"
response to Michelle being on the cover
of the Olympic issue of Newsweek, the following letter was in the
March 9 issue of the magazine:
I was so happy to see the beautiful picture of Michelle Kwan
on the cover of Newsweek. She has real class, represents hard work
and intelligence and is an excellent role model.
Loyal J. West
The August 7th issue of
the USA Today Paper
debuts a new "Olympic Glory" section which will be published on the
first Thursday of every month, even in off-Olympic years. In this
issue, Michelle Kwan is on the front page of the paper, and the front
page of the Olympic Glory Section. The front page article of the special
section is about the rivalry between Tara Lipinski and Michelle. Michelle's
coach, Frank Carroll, is quoted as saying about Michelle, "It will
be interesting to see if Michelle is hungry or angry enough to go
after it. I think she is." The article also says that Michelle and
Tara are, "as competitive and athletic as figure skating has ever
witnessed...They're changing the look of the sport, combining jumps
and artistic skills that excite judges and fans alike..."
Another article, The
tragedy of turning 20. Commentary by Christine Brennan, which
you can find online, is about the problems encountered with growing
up under intense pressure far too soon in front of the public. The
article talks about Michelle, Nicole Bobek, Tara, Tonia Kwiatkowski,
Oksana Baiul, and Nancy Kerrigan. The article states that Michelle,
"the most dominant female skater the past two years, already has shown
that she can be a performer for the ages. She skates with the grace
reminiscent of Janet Lynn, the 1972 Olympic bronze medalist widely
regarded as the most beautiful free skater ever. If Kwan is on, she
almost certainly will win the gold in Nagano." The article then goes
on to show what a difference the elimination of the compulsory figures
has done for the sport. "There is no better way to show the effect...than
to look at where Nancy Kerrigan was when she was 14, Tara's age in
March while winning the World Championships." In 1984, Nancy was a
novice-level skater who didn't even make it out of her regional competition.
"It would be four years before she would compete at the senior level,
and eight years before she would win her Olympic bronze medal, and
nine years before she would win her National title." With the article
are 5 pictures.
Then, in the center of the section, is a two page spread of Michelle.
There are 11 pictures with the article. The article states
that Michelle has "one other item on her agenda besides coming home
with the Olympic gold medal: having fun." Michelle says, I just want
to think about the thing I love to do most, skate. Who knows how much
longer I'll do it? I want to appreciate it now while it's happening."
She says that she has grown from the losses she experienced this year.
"I've learned more about being a champion than any other time when
I came in second at the US championships and the World championships.
I was forced to re-evaluate my reason and drive for living so much
of my life on the ice. What I discovered is that whether I win or
lose isn't an important issue. Skating my best and having fun doing
it is the most important issue. Once I remembered this, I felt like
a champion again." The article says that she just got back from a
vacation in Hawaii with her parents and sister, Karen. She's back
at Lake Arrowhead perfecting her routines, which will remain a secret
until Skate America. Finally, Michelle says that, "so far, 1996 is
the most exciting time in my life. That's the time when I won the
US title, the world championship, and got my driver's license...I
can hardly explain my excitement about going to the Olympics in 1998.
I'm sure that will be the most exciting time in my life."
is a paragraph article about Michelle in Travel
and Leisure Magazine. There is a picture of her with the 25 pound
salmon she caught in Alaska while on the 1997 TOC. Michelle says that
said that she would normally go fishing in Alaska with many of the
other skaters. However, most of them didn't go because of the pouring
rain. So only Todd Eldredge and Lloyd Eisler went with her. In 8 hours
she was the only one who caught anything! Still, she refused to touch
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