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  1. Looking for the best mattress for back pain? This guide will help you select a mattress that will help alleviate your back pain without creating other problems. Often people find a mattress that addresses lower or upper back pain only to find that they then get shoulder soreness. Below are some mattresses that should make your bed a more welcoming and relaxing place. While the right mattress will go a long way to alleviating back pain, it’s not a silver bullet. There are other health factors to consider that go beyond the limits of a good mattress. Keeping a healthy weight and stretching your body so that you are in alignment before getting to bed will help dramatically. This guide provides useful tips on how to optimize your bedroom for the best sleeping experience with the least amount of pain. What Causes Back Pain while Sleeping? Back pain is caused by your spine being out of alignment while you sleep. No matter what your sleep position your are vulnerable to back pain. According to Web MD, 80 percent of the population experiences some form of lower back pain at some time in thier lives. This is also known as nocturnal back pain. There are 3 major causes of back pain that could be contributing to poor sleep at night. Mechanical problems with the spine, the most common of which is disc degenerations. Discs act like a shock absorber between your vertebrae and can break down with age. Injuries such as a fall or car accident can sprain or fracture your spine causing your discomfort. A disease such as scoliosis or spinal stenosis which is a narrowing of the spinal column can lead to back pain. Even kidney stones, pregnancy or arthritis could cause lower back pain. Despite these common causes, sometimes the cause of your back pain cannot be determined. Best Stretched for Back Pain Before Bed Before you even get into bed you should work on loosening your muscles and get into alignment. Because our lives are mostly sedentary we are usually contorting our bodies in unnatural positions as we sit at our desks. When it comes time to lay down, our body needs to adust. Stretching out before you go to sleep will allow you to get the full benefit from your mattress. Check out these recommendations from Seasoned that you can do before bed. While you may not have time to do them every night, try and get some stretches in at least 3 nights a week and start reaping the benefits of better flexibility and longer and more productive sleep. Back Pain and Side Sleepers Back pain for side sleepers can best be addressed in 2 ways. First, make sure you have a pillow that is giving you proper support. This goes for all types of sleepers but is especially applicable to side sleepers. I have noticed that most side sleepers sleep on pillows that do not have enough loft. This means their neck is out of alignment causing other issues. Secondly, make sure that the middle of the mattress is giving your hips proper support. Check out this nice diagram from the Cleveland Clinic that illustrates this point. I have found that side sleepers need to pay extra attention to spinal alignment. In the picture below you can see that this sleeper is using a body pillow to keep from falling forward and her knees separated this keeps her from moving onto her stomach and with alignment. Back and stomach sleepers should look for firmer mattresses that don’t allow their lower back to sink too much. Conversely, if you have upper back problems it could be that your mattress is too firm. It’s a delicate balance so you need to listen to your body. There are now new coil systems on the market that can be found in many of the online brands that ensure you are getting optimal support around your hips. The quantum coil system from Legget and Platt is a perfect example. It is a zoned coils system that has firmer coils in the middle of the mattress and softer coils on the top and bottom that help balance you out over the entire mattress. The Brentwood Home Oceano mattress has this system and is one of my top picks for side sleepers with back pain because it is still a relatively soft mattress but also offers great support where it needs to. This is probably your best bet overall if you want quality, craftsmansip, value and comfort all in one. How to Shop for A Mattress for Back Pain Usually, every new mattress is going to feel better than your existing mattress. Chances are your existing mattress has worn down from years of use. I find that mattresses now start to break down after 7 years. Anything beyond that seems like bonus time. If you are searching online for a mattress or heading out to the mattress store, make sure that you understand a bit about construction. In my opinion, a dense memory foam mattress is one of the best types of mattresses to alleviate back pain. That’s because they conform so well to your body that there isn’t any part that is not supported. If you prefer a spring mattress, ask if the coil system is zoned. A zoned coil system will offer more support near your hips and lower back and allow your shoulders to sink towards the top of the mattress to keep you in alignment. While shopping in stores, take your time. There’s no pressure to buy right away. The longer you lay on the mattress the better sense you will have of how it feels in your home during the night. I also advise people to shop when they aren’t too tired. If you shop for a mattress after a long day, just about anything will feel great and it will be harder to distinguish between mattresses. Don’t Forget Your Pillow While mattresses bear the majority of the blame for back pain, pillows play a part too. Often people sleep on pillows with the wrong amount of loft. If you have broad shoulders and sleep on your side, you need a pillow with a lot of loft so that your head won’t sink to far down. An adequately sized pillow will also prevent you from wanting to sleep with your arm under the pillow which causes shoulder pain. Stomach sleepers need a thinner pillow. A thick pillow for a stomach sleeper often leads to lower back pain. The same is true for back sleepers although they can get by with a bit more loft, especially if they snore. Below are my top picks for best mattress for back pain… Best Memory Foam Mattress for Back Pain Nectar Mattress The Nectar mattress is a dense memory foam mattress that really cradles you in every position. I highly recommend this to sleepers with lower back pain. No matter what position you sleep, the Nectar will conform and support you. It is also a very affordable mattress with a great 365 night free trial period. Get the Full Nectar Mattress Review Best Spring Mattress for Back Pain Winkbeds The Winkbed skews a little firmer than most online mattresses but it gives you great support along your lower back. If you have upper back pain as well, I recommend going with the soft version over the luxury firm. This mattress sleeps cool as it is primarily a spring mattress with a Tencel cover. Get the Full Winkbeds Review Best Performance Mattress for Back Pain Layla Hybrid The Layla Hybrid is a flippable mattress with a firm and soft side. It incorporates next generations foams that are cooler and more responsive along with a quality spring system for superior support. Even sleeping on the soft side, you will still feel supported along our lower back while getting excellent pressure relief. Chances are this mattress will be your favorite. Read the Full Layla Hybrid Review Best Natural Mattress for Back Pain Avocado No other mattress that I know of has received more certifications and awards in the natural mattress category than the Avocado. It is truly in a class all its own. The quality of materials and craftsmanship is on a level all its own. In regards to back pain, they have two options, the regular and pillow-top option. The Avocado is a firmer mattress so go with the pillow top if you want to get good pressure relief. Read the full Avocado Mattress Review With all of the mattresses listed above, you get a generous trial period, so if by chance they don’t address your back pain properly, definitely return them and try another. Eventually, you will land on the right mattress to get you back to a sound sleep and refreshed mornings.
  2. Sleeping hot is becoming a growing concern among mattress shoppers. I think this is in large part because more mattresses on the market are incorporating foam into their construction. Most innerspring systems nowadays have a layer of foam for comfort. There’s no doubt that memory foam is one of the best materials for pressure relief which is why it is everywhere. However, the drawback is that it also functions as an insulator. There’s a reason that spray foam insulation is being used in houses. So, what are your options for a good mattress for hot sleepers? I created the list below of some great mattresses for hot sleepers. Eight Sleep Pod The new Pod from Eight Sleep is not necessarily a mattress. It’s a complete comfort system that dynamically regulates your temperature as you sleep to give you the most restorative sleep possible. This is done by circulating water through tubes at the top of the mattress. The water is conditioned so that it can be warm or cool depending on your needs. It is can also be zoned so you and your partner can have different temperatures at the same time! The bed integrates with an app on your phone to track your sleep and provide coaching on how to use the system to optimize your rest and recovery. Not only that but it can also integrate with other smart devices so that when it senses you getting into or leaving your bed it can adjust your thermostat or even start your coffee maker. With the Eight Sleep Pod you can look forward to coming home to a warm bed on a cold night or chill out in a cool bed on a hot summer night. The choice is yours! Learn more about the Eight Sleep Pod. Molecule Mattress Who sleeps on the Molecule Mattress? Well for starters, star NFL quarterback, Russell Wilson does, and that’s just the start. Every month more and more top athletes are taking to the Molecule mattress to get optimal recovery. Athletes understand the importance of sleep and recovery and its correlation to performance. The Molecule was engineered for comfort but also cooling. The super open cell foam breathes very well and will keep you in a deeper state of sleep longer than a traditional foam mattress. It’s hard to find a breathable foam mattress that is actually comfortable and has great pressure relief but the Molecule hits the mark. Read our full Molecule Mattress Review. Purple Hands down the Purple mattress is the best mattress for addressing heat retention. That’s because the Purple grid allows body heat to pass right through it. This mattress is a little on firmer end of the spectrum and in my opinion is best for back or stomach sleepers. Side sleepers should look for more contouring mattress. To get the most out of your purple mattress, it’s best to buy a purple mattress protector and either purple sheets or stretchy sheets like Sheex or Bedgear sheets. The base layer of the Purple mattress is made of foam but the contouring and pressure relief comes from the purple grid. Get the full Purple Mattress Review. Cocoon Chill The Cocoon mattress is made by Tempur Sealy. That means it is made with all the same technology you will find in a higher-priced Tempurpedic but at a much better price point. This makes the Cocoon one of the best values in a foam mattress. It is also made in the USA and has fast delivery and great customer service. What makes the Cocoon Chill a great choice for hot sleepers is that the cover is made with a phase change material that is cool to the touch. It is designed to help cool you off when you go to sleep so you fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer without having to toss off the covers. Read the full CocoonReview Brentwood Home Oceano Brentwood home is a vertically integrated mattress company. They own the factory where they make their mattresses which allows them to create luxury mattresses at extremely competitive prices. The Oceano feels like a high-end luxury hotel mattress that should cost two to three times as much. They hand tuft this mattress which creates channels for airflow. The natural wool fire barrier also serves as a sort of thermometer to help regulate temperature. Below that is a layer of gel foam then miro coils followed by a layer of pocket coils. All these materials together make for a cozy yet cool sleeping mattress. Get the full Oceano Review In addition to a cool sleeping mattress, make sure that you have sheets that are breathable. I like Tencel/Cotton blend sheets which are available through Molecule. are an excellent choice in this regard. I am still surprised at how many people complain about sleeping hot but sleep with a down comforter. An easy step to remedy this is to ditch the down and layer up. Start with one light blanket and add from there. In the summer I use a cotton coverlet. Heat rises so the majority of your hot sleeping issues will come from your top layer trapping too much heat. If you already love your mattress or fell in love with the feel of a mattress but it sleeps too hot, you may want to invest in a Bedjet. The Bedjet can cool and/or warm your bed by blowing conditioned air between the sheets. It really works and is a simple upgrade that can make a world of difference. Check out my Bedjet review.
  3. Best Memory Foam Mattress for Heavy People People that are heavier set than the average sleeper will need a durable mattress that provides proper support. What may feel firm to a skinny sleeper may feel just right for a heavy sleeper. The list below is a curated list of mattresses among the hundreds you will find online that I think are particularly well suited to heavy sleepers. Nectar Mattress Looking for the Best Mattress for heavy people? This year a company called Nectar just made the top of the list for the best memory foam mattress for heavy people. Nectar uses a dense foam that gives you great support and won’t bottom out. They also have a very unique cover where the foam is quilted into the top layer giving it a great look and feel. It has a phase change material on the top that also keeps you cool for an all foam mattress. Granted foam is an insulator so will sleep hotter than some other constructions but I think that no other material provides better pressure relief than foam. For the money, Nectar is probably the best value out there. On top of all of this you get a 365 Night Trial where if you don’t like it after having it for a year, you can return it for free. They will come to pick up your mattress, no need to ship it back. Learn More about Nectar. Best Performance Mattress for Heavy People Purple Mattress According to Purple, the weight threshold of their mattress is 300 lbs. per person. That means it can support 600 lbs. total assuming each person weights 300 lbs. What I especially like about this mattress is how cool it sleeps. Hot air passes right through the polymer elastic grid just below the mattress ticking so you won’t sleep hot at all on this mattress. It also supports you very well and won’t leave you sore in the morning. The Purple mattress uses a very unique technology at a very competitive price. Best of all they have a free trial money back guarantee so there’s no risk in trying it out. There is some bounce with this mattress since the grid will recover instantly which makes it super easy to change positions at night. I recommend the purchasing the Purple bed frame along with the mattress because the purple bed frame will support up to 4,600 pounds without bending or breaking! Shop Purple OR Get the Full Purple Mattress Review Best Inner Spring Mattress for Heavy People Winkbed PLUS There’s just no substitute for a good spring mattress. Some people just crave that bounce and beyond that, it is still the best material for support. You want to make sure that you get a quality mattress that has quality coils. The Winkbed has a pocket coil system with reinforced foam edge support so you won’t feel like you are rolling off your mattress. The micro-coils above the pocket coils provide extra support and enhance breathability. They also use a very light layer of foam for good cushioning without feeling stuck in the mattress. The cover is made of Tencel which a very breathable material, sleeps cooler than cotton and wicks away moisture. Many people compare the Winkbed to a luxury hotel mattress. Get the full Winkbed Review Best Natural Mattress for Heavy People: Zen Haven The Zen Haven mattress is really two mattresses in one. This all natural Talalay latex mattress can be flipped where one side is soft and the other firm. What I especially like about it is that it comes with a free trial period. This is very rare with all latex mattresses. If you are new to latex and want to experience it in your house, this is the way to go. All Talalay latex will feel pretty much the same because there are only a handful of manufacturers of this latex. That means it really comes down to price and trial period. Zen Haven comes with a 75-night free trial so you have nothing to lose. Latex is a very resilient material and you should easily get 20 years out of an all natural latex mattress. Latex is instantly responsive and will provide good bounce. No worrying about trying to change positions at night or feeling stuck. Talalay latex has holes in it to provide more breathability. Give Zen Haven a try if you are tired of constantly buying new mattresses and want something that will stand the test of time. Shop Zen Haven OR Get the full Zen Haven Review Best Mattress For Heavy People 2019 Awara Mattress The Awara mattress is a natural mattress incorporating pocket coils, latex and organic cotton. A queen size retails for $1,299 after the automatic $200 discount. This is an incredible value considering the material. A skinny person may complain this mattress is too firm but for heavy sleepers, it’s heaven! It comes with a 365 night trial where you get to sleep on it for a year and if you don’t like it during that time, it’s a free return with all your money back. Should you decide to keep it, you are covered by their, “Forever Warranty”. Shop the Awara Mattress Best Mattress for Heavy People 2018 Big Fig If you are looking for a good hybrid mattress for heavy people, check out the Big Fig. I just recently reviewed this mattress and it is made specifically for heavy people which means it won’t break down as fast as a traditional mattress and will give you the proper support. Shop Big Fig OR Check out the full Big Fig Mattress review It gets confusing and overwhelming fast when trying to find a mattress. This guide is intended to help you cut through the noise. This is a curated list among the hundreds of mattresses I have reviewed to provide you the best choices for heavy sleepers.
  4. If you’re looking for a Leesa vs Nectar comparison, this should make your decision much easier. In this post I break down all the pros and cons of each mattress to help you decide which is right for you. Both the Nectar and Leesa are great mattresses but each have a distinct feel that will appeal to different types of sleepers. There are no winners or loosers here, just clarification for you so that you get the right mattress the first time. Overview of Nectar vs Leesa Mattress The video below gives you a side by side comparison of both mattresses. As you can see in the video below, my bowling ball reacts very different on each of the mattresses. Both of these mattresses come with a generous trial period. Leesa free trial period = 100 Days Nectar free trial period – 365 Days Here’s the breakdown on prices of the mattresses Leesa mattress price = $940 (Queen Size) Nectar mattress price = $795 (Queen Size) Both of these companies offer discounts on a regular basis. Leesa tends to have a $100 off coupon making the queen size $840 and Nectar has $125 off with 2 free pillows making the price $670. There is a significant difference in price here but not so much that it would be a deal breaker if one is better suited to your needs. Leesa Mattress Construction and Materials What gives the Leesa mattress that extra bounce you saw in the video is that they use a layer of Avena foam on top. The cooling comes into play in that it is convoluted (think egg crate shaped) so that there are channels for air to circulate. 10 inches total height Top layer is 2 inches of Avena foam,which is a polyurethane foam that performs like latex Below that is a 2 inch layer of memory foam for extra comfort and pressure relief. The base layer is a 6 inch high density foam used as the support base. It is the foundation of the Leesa matttress. Nectar Mattress Construction and Materials 11 inches total height Top layer is made 1 inches of quilted foam which is sewn into the cover. This helps with airflow and gives it an initial soft feeling The support layer is made of 1 inch of 4lb. cooling gel memory foam. The transition layer is 3 inches of 3lb. cooling gel to further the transition among the layers and provide even more contouring and pressure relief. The base layer is 6 inches of high-density foam similar to the Leesa. It should be noted that the Leesa mattress is made in the USA while the Nectar mattress is made in China. However, both are CertiPUR-US Certified. Which means that the foams used in the mattresses are tested by a 3rd party to be free of harmful chemicals. Benefits of the Leesa Mattress The Leesa mattress is a very versatile mattress in that most sleepers will find it to feel great right away. The Avena foam will allow you to quickly sink into the mattress and will recover just as quickly. This means it is easy to move around on and even has some bounce as it behaves like latex. The other major benefit of the Leesa mattress is that it is very breathable. The convoluted foam and density of the top layer means it doesn’t trap as much heat as other mattresses. The Leesa also has a great Made in the USA story. The foams used in the mattress and the construction of the mattress itself are all domestic. They even have some great brand ambassadors such as Michael Phelps. Leesa has also been around a bit longer than Nectar. As of this writing, they will soon be celebrating their 3rd anniversary. Benefits of the Nectar Sleep Mattress The Nectar Mattress provides excellent pressure relief. This mattress does a very good job of conforming to your body. It provides great pressure relief and support at the same time. The quilted foam cover and layers of dense foam throughout make it very resilient mattress as well meaning that it should last a long time. The Nectar mattress is also one of the more affordable mattresses online. Given the construction and great feel it has proven to be one of the best values out there. Although they don’t have any brand ambassadors, it has been getting good feedback despite some of the shipping delays caused by large demand when the mattress was first introduced. Nectar or Leesa, Which is Best for You? If you are on the fence about which mattress to choose here are a few points to consider. If sleeping hot is your primary concern, the Leesa mattress would be a good choice. I found it to sleep a little cooler than the Nectar. However, the cover of the Nectar mattress is made with phase change technology that will draw heat away from you so it’s not to say that the Nectar sleeps hot, it’s just that the Leesa will sleep cooler. I often recommend the Nectar to people who complain about lower back soreness. I found that the Nectar provides superior pressure relief and contouring. The dense foam used in the Nectar can address certain pain points in ways other mattresses can’t. If Made in the USA and buying American is important, then Leesa is a clear winner. They even have a Team USA Gold Medalist sleeping on their mattress. Considering how fit Michael Phelps is, I’m sure he could sleep on almost anything. I think the true test may be an out of shape arthritic, elderly person as those are the people who will need a quality mattress the most. If you are price sensitive, Nectar is a more affordable option. And affordable doesn’t mean cheap. In this case you get quality and value. I think 1oo days is plenty of time to figure out if a mattress is a good fit although Nectar has raised the bar with a 365 night trial so you basically get a whole year. I live in Minnesota where the seasons are very distinct. Winter nights can get as low as minus 30 and summer nights in July can be humid and 90 so being able to test a mattress out in extremes can be important. In the end, you really can’t lose with either of these mattresses. You literally have nothing to lose by trying them out in your home. This guide was created to save you time and get you to the right mattress the first time.
  5. Confused by all the different bed/mattress size standards out there on the market? Read this before you buy. The word ‘bed’ refers to two things: 1. The mattress 2. The bed frame The phrase ‘bed size’ refers to the mattress size – not the size of the bed frame. There are a variety of different bed size standards for mattresses, which are as follows: Singapore Mattress Sizes King : W 183cm x L 190 cm Queen: W 152cm x L 190cm Super Single: W 107cm x L 190cm Single: W 91cm x L 190cm Twin: W 99cm x L 191cm European Mattress Sizes King: W 180cm x L 200cm Queen: W 160cm x L 200cm Double: W 140cm x L 200cm Single: W 90cm x L 200cm North American Mattress Sizes King: W 193cm x L 203cm California King: W 183cm x L 213cm Queen: W 152cm x L 203cm Full Size: W 135cm x L188cm Twin/XL Size: W 99cm x L 203cm Australian Mattress Sizes King: W 183cm x L 203cm Queen: W 153cm x L 203cm Double: W 137cm x L 187cm Single: W 92cm x L 187cm Most mattresses sold in Singapore are made according to the standard Singaporean mattress sizes, but don’t be afraid to clarify which type it is if you’re not sure. The reason why so many different sizing standards exist is because mattresses made in different regions are sized according to the average person’s height in the respective region…and Singaporeans are simply shorter in general. We’ve covered mattress sizes – this’ll be important when it comes to buying bed frames. When you shop for beds, the dimensions given often refer to the bed frame itself, not the mattress it will fit. This means that not all Queen sized mattresses will fit a Queen size bed. Take care not to buy a bed that won’t accommodate your mattress simply because its dimensions are smaller than those of your mattress. --EDITED-- The dimensions of the bed frame are: W172cm x D205cm x H120cm. The specifications for Queen Sized mattresses in the different regions are: European Queen-Sized Mattress - W 160cm x L 200cm North American Queen-Sized Mattress - W 152cm x L 203cm Australian Queen-Sized Mattress - W 153cm x L 203cm The three Queen size mattresses above look like they might fit into the Hana Queen Bed because they have smaller/equal dimensions, but they won’t. Singapore Queen-Sized Mattress - W 152cm x L190cm The Hana Queen Bed is explicitly designed for Singaporean Queen mattresses only. Therefore, never assume the dimensions of the bed are synonymous with the dimensions of the mattress it will fit when shopping for a bed frame. Now you finally understand what that “California King Bed” Rihanna sang about actually is. Happy bed shopping! --EDITED--
  6. After a hectic day, I feel very tired before sleeping. How do I relax and sleep properly? I am not able to sleep as I feel the pain in my shoulder and back, I am unable to understand what should I do for relaxing and comfortable sleep?
  7. Selling!!! Customised double bed (made in Korea) includes: 1.Bed headboard (dark tanned wood + ivory real leather; must be leaned or fixed on a flat wall). No single scratch! 2. Two Super Single size Simmons Beautyrest I mattresses (1.1 × 2.0 m) - more then just comfortable! 3. Two zip type mattress protectors (washable) 4. Bed foundation (Simmons) allowing storeroom under the bed 5. Bed skirt (non-slip base, durable, washable) 6. Muji bed cover (light grey) Will throw in a couple of fitted mattress sheets SS size (if you need some) Total bed size: 220 x 198 cm, height 53 cm; Headboard: 228 x 110 cm. Condition 9/10 (just because it has been used, otherwise looks like new) Have all original receipts available. Possible to view anytime, but pick up is stricktly on March 28-29 from Fernhill Crescent.
  8. I have been a follower of this forum for a long time and basically this is a good forum for new homeowners wanting to buy furniture. I have some thoughts I would like to share with everyone: 1. Buy from established retailers. There have been many many consumers burnt by dodgy shops in the last couple of years. Many of them have paid deposits or even made full payments at shops and these shops have closed down without delivering product. On this forum alone these shops include: Executive Living, The Montella, Species and Sense Art. A good way to tell if the retailer has been around a good long time is by looking at their GST Registration number or their Company Registration number on the sales orders. The first 4 digits show the year the company was registered. It is tempting to buy from such companies because they will make a lot of promises on warranties and give big discounts. But if they close down, who is going to honour their warranties. For example, Executive Living came out promising 5 year warranties on their sofas. What difference does it make if they offer 10 year warranties. They have closed down. 2. You will get what you pay for. There is no such thing as a super deal in the real world, if something is really really cheap you should really really not buy it because good furniture costs money to make. So if something is really cheap either the quality is compromised or the seller does not plan to deliver. So what is really really cheap: 1. Fabric sofas below $800 2. 3 Seater leather sofas below $1200 3. L-Shape leather sofas below $1500 4. Spring mattresses below $500 5. Pocket spring mattresses below $800 If you find the above items below those prices and they are not on clearance, think really hard. As consumers, you work hard for your money, spend wisely.
  9. 1) Type of furniture: Single Bedframe + Single Mattress 2) Brand of Furniture: Max Coil Bedframe, Max Coil Athena Spring Mattress 3) Materials of Furniture: PU Leather Bedframe 4) Colour: White PU Leather 5) Size: Single 6) Condition: Good as new 7) Price: $200 8) Unique Features: Clean White PU Leather Bedframe with White Crystal Studs at Bed end 9) Age of Furniture: 5 months 10) Theme/Style of Furniture: Contemporary, modern 11) Country of Origin: Local 12) Video Description: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=kCxg-cRzl84&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DkCxg-cRzl84 13) Pictures: https://picasaweb.google.com/115172209693948481429/August92013#5910020672895461746 https://picasaweb.google.com/115172209693948481429/August92013#5910020674937701922 https://picasaweb.google.com/115172209693948481429/August92013#5910020674741564658 https://picasaweb.google.com/115172209693948481429/August92013#5910020706477245234 https://picasaweb.google.com/115172209693948481429/August92013#5910020706865713682
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