Tarot Readings for You for September 20, 2013 Friday(c)

Sep 19, 2013 by

Guidance      Fatherhood and the husband’s role with children, including his legal role there. How a miserable childhood makes a man feel he did not get the ‘fair shake’ he deserved especially if he marries for love and is doing without it. A man sacrifices for his kids when he feels they deserve a sweet life he would have liked to have had. She misses the man she did marry, or could have.

 

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If you just want your daily look ahead, Guidance and Tarot Readings are all you need. ‘Guidance’ (above) is a summary of what the cards are telling visitors to be aware of this day.

‘Group Tarot Cards Reading’ (just below this) is the actual word-for-word messages to everyone. These readings are about you and the people around you.  They are about today and the days around it. So, go ahead and pick the sentences you feel are yours and decide whether to encourage or reject them for yourself.

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Justice
Five of Pentacles, King of Wands, Six of Cups

 

GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: He Does Without Love (Five of Pentacles and Six of Cups)

Tarot Readings: The Man She Misses (Five of Pentacles and King of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Father and Fatherhood (King of Wands and Six of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Real Estate as a Loss (Five of Pentacles and Six of Cups)

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Tarot Readings: He Does Without Love (Five of Pentacles and Six of Cups)
He misses his sweetheart of the past – if only he had legally married her.
He is resentful about doing without love in his life, he feels entitled to that.
Sweet memories of the gal he married, he misses her, misses those old days.
Bummed out that he is legally the father of the child.
Poor working man loves her and legally marries her.
He marries for love but is doing without it.
He is sorry to be a man with a bad temper; you deserve a sweet guy.
Husband has a legal bankruptcy in his past.
A man should be married and sacrificing for his children.

Tarot Readings: The Man She Misses (Five of Pentacles and King of Wands)
Sweet memories of the man you miss so, that you were married to.
Feeling guilty about a romance with a man who is still legally married.
Marry a passionate man for love, and live poor.
The sweet romance a girl deserves who has done without a husband.

Tarot Readings: Father and Fatherhood (King of Wands and Six of Cups)
Husband is in court about insufficient support for his children.
He is frustrated that he doesn’t have money to give his child/ren what (they) are entitled to.
The kids are deprived of a father by the law.
Doing without the good home and father a child deserves.
He is a man who does without, but he gives his child/ren what (they) should have.
Children in a ghetto deserve a dad.
Deprived of what husband or father legally bequeathed.
He files a lawsuit over his disabled child.
He is resentful about his miserable childhood, feels deprived of the normal life he was entitled to have.
Oh, the miserable past! He is right to be mad about it!
Heart bleeds for kids who deserve to have a man in the house.
Deprived of his rights as the father of the child.
A hardworking man sacrificing to give his kids what they deserve.
He works himself to exhaustion to give the kids what they deserve.

Tarot Readings: Real Estate as a Loss (Five of Pentacles and Six of Cups)

He feels low-class, so an old-fashioned or quaint neighborhood is right for him.
He is a construction worker, so a fixer-upper, handyman’s special, house is right for him.
Gives the house to his kids so he can be legally bankrupt.
He feels, after the angst of losing a home, he deserves a comfortable one.

 

Now,  Part Two,

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*Go to Learn Tarot by the Pictures.  It is what each of the four cards, by itself, has to say.  It shows you how that illustration makes that card’s meanings in today’s Spread. All the words of each Tarot card reading you see here are a phrase-by-phrase translation of the scene pictured on those cards: no filler, no psychic impressions, no spirit guide. Word-for-word Tarot Verbatim™.

You can put all this together and intuitively see yourself how Tarot Verbatim™ works.

This is a group reading, with no Questioner and no Question to limit what the cards say, so there’s more variety – even contradictions – and also the pronouns are more flexible. If it feels like it’s yours, and it says ‘he,’ and you’re a ‘she,’ feel free to adopt it anyway.

 


Justice
Five of Pentacles, Kind of Wands, Six of Cups

 


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What a story! We have the King of Wands husband (who also means passionate impulsive man, who also means frustrated, resentful or angry man and also means workingman); we have Justice who makes the King-of-Wands-husband ‘legal husband’ or ‘married man’ (and which also speaks of lawsuit, courts, etc.); then we have the children (or child) which also means to give to, to love, a home, romance … ; and then we have losing the home, being unloved and miserable . A plethora of drama here for just four cards!

 

 

Today’s story is mostly from the man’s view. At a glance you can see a hardworking man (King of Wands) sacrificing to give his kids (Six of Cups) what they deserve. Almost as easily, you see a man who feels resentful and frustrated (King of Wands) that he did not get what he deserved (Five of Pentacles) in his past (Six of Cups).

 

 

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Five of Pentacles You hate to see coming: Dark night of the soul, losing your home, being miserable and unloved, being ill, poor and hurting, being so numb with despair that you don’t see the way out, don’t see the hopeful open door. Abject self pity, and being pitiable. Poor times for sure. Homeless, injured, on the street in the dark of night in the snow and walking by shelter and a meal that the cathedral offers …

 

 

King of Wands is a person, invariably. Other court cards can have some nonperson meanings but this one rarely. This is the husband card. He is the workingman, the common man, archetypical construction worker. (He drinks beer.) He often has a temper, can be angry, frustrated, resentful. Put him next to the legal (Justice) card and the child/children Six of Cups, and, voila, he becomes the father.

 

His illustration shows the red-head, shows the fist, shows the salamander, shows the pressed lips – that all indicate being irritated, fiery or angry. He leans slightly forward into his big stick.

 

 

Six of Cups appears in the nick of time after the emotional strain of the first two: sweetness, romance, a love gift, a sweet kid, a sweet old-fashioned home … All of these are illustrated by the little boy, in a pastel scene, giving the little girl flowers in front of an old fashioned apartment building or grandiose home, wearing clothes from the 1500s.

 

 

Justice sitting there with the famous scales and the word under him, this is the card you know the meaning of without the book, the first time you encounter Tarot. Law enforcement: the scales and the drawn sword.

 

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Tarot Readings for You for May 8, 2013 Wednesday(c)

May 7, 2013 by

Guidance      Old friends in good times and in poor times is our story today. Sharing what we do have with our friends, as they share with us in hard times is one story. Another story talks about how my good times and my bad times get along together in my head and heart.

Instructions:

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Here’s what’s going on. See the pictures? Those are the four Rider Waite Tarot cards that make today’s messages (group messages) for you (and the people around you).

The site is divided into four sections. The first is a summary, an overview. That’s Guidance (above).

The second is the actual one-sentence group readings, Group Analytical Tarot Readings. If you have come just for your day’s trends, you can go now. You pick out the ones you intuitively relate to, and decide whether to seek or avoid that. People relate to these! See their comments, at the very bottom. We would *love* to hear from you. Don’t be shy!

.Answers don’t have a question (or a questioner) to frame them, so, yes, they can be contradictory – especially when one of the cards means ‘not’ or other negative word. The negative can apply to any of the other cards. And many of the pronouns are flexible. Feel free to substitute

The third section, Learn Tarot by Observation, is the reasoning that makes those four cards say the things you just read in the sentences. It’s what an expert would be thinking.

The last section, Learn Tarot by Pictures, is the individual meanings of each card, based mostly on its picture, which you are looking at. Read this frequently, and you remember what some of the cards mean.

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Three of Wands

Five of Pentacles – Three of Cups – Six of Cups

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GROUP ANALYTICAL TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Friends (Three of Cups and Six of Cups)

 

Tarot Readings: Sharing with Friends (Three of Cups and Six of Cups)

 

Tarot Readings: Poor Times and Good Times Too (Five of Pentacles and Three of Cups)

 

Miscellaneous Tarot Readings

 

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Tarot Readings: Friends (Three of Cups and Six of Cups)

I will be dating my childhood sweetheart; I missed him/her.

 

I miss my old friends, but I will be making friends, ahead.

 

I used to be in such bad shape, but now I look forward to celebrating a good life with my buddies.

 

My dearest friends will always be those who have had a rough life.

 

 

Tarot Readings: Sharing with Friends (Three of Cups and Six of Cups)

Friends who share with one another will always have good things come to them even in the worst of times!

 

We are always going to be doing without some things, but sharing what we do have with friends makes us happy.

 

People who were friends when I had nothing will be my friends now. that I have something to share with them.

 

A close friends gives you money when you are broke.

 

We pool our efforts for our sick friend, and provide whatever will make him/her better.

 

When one of us friends is sick or in need, the others are there to care.

 

With this much money coming in, I can afford to party and give to the needy.

 

 

Tarot Readings: Poor Times and Good Times Too (Five of Pentacles and Three of Cups)

My bad times continue to bequeath (give) me my good times.

 

Back in my poor old days, life was sweet and I had friends; life with friends will always be sweet!

 

Poor times are coming, but I have friends I have always shared with.

 

I did without in the past so I could have a good life now.

 

Some broke gals get a joint venture together and the good friends make some money.

 

When you grow up in the ghetto and you make some money, you are sooo happy.

 

 

Miscellaneous Tarot Readings

Misery will always love company.

 

Ashamed of my past and look forward to enjoying life.

 

Losing money on this old house, but am happy to have the money to keep it up.

 

A friend in need will be your best friend.

 

Cherishing the past will make me happy when I am sad.

 

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Three of Wands

Five of Pentacles – Three of Cups – Six of Cups

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Three of Cups and Six of Cups are friends. Three of Cups is sharing with friends and Six of Cups is giving to a friend. Six of Cups is a lead card for romance, and Three of Cups is about dating, partying, celebrating and sharing the good times, the moment. They both are sweet in mood.

 

 

Then our other two Rider Waite tablemates contrast rich and poor. Poor: Five of Pentacles shows bums on the freezing street shoeless and shivering – an obvious and easy-to-apply card. Rich: Three of Wands is money coming in, ‘your ship coming in,’ as the illustration depicts. It means the future or continuing action.

 

 

So Three of Wands refers to future (Your ship will come in.) and Six of Cups refers to the past – nostalgia, childhood, old times.

 

 

Five of Pentacles means homeless, and can be about a decrepit house, whereas Six of Cups is close friends and an old house, especially a cozy or quaint old house. The two together can be a darling old house that is decrepit.

 

 

Old friends in good times and in poor times is our story today. Sharing what we do have with our friends, as they share with us in hard times is one story. Another story talks about how my good times and my bad times get along together in my head and heart.

 

 

LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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Five of Pentacles shows bums on the freezing street, wounded, shoeless and shivering – an obvious and easy-to-apply card. Miserable, poor, in need, doing without, homeless, sick, refugees, deprived, poverty, ghetto, desperate, hard times, needing more money, a miserable place, the loss of everything, bankruptcy. It’s the Dark Night of the Soul card too, which has a spiritual meaning for mystics and for the Catholic culture. The victims are passing a church by where a warm place to sleep and food would be provided them, but they have numbed out to hope, so they don’t see it.

 

Three of Cups Three gals raise their glasses in a happy toast to the profit of their labors and their investment – a harvest of pumpkins. Three of Cups is sharing with friends, being a friend, joining in – including pooling money and resources to share a profit. Three of Cups is about dating, partying, celebrating and sharing the good times, the moment. This card is sweet in mood.

 

Six of Cups Six of Cups is tender love or tender friendship. The artwork is pastel with curved lines as the little boy gives the little girl flowers in front of an old building of an estate or apartments. Giving is one of its focuses, and so is childhood, old times, romance, the past, friendship, nostalgia, the good old days, sentimentality. It is also about a cottage, a quaint or cozy (old) house. The house you grew up in, mayhap.

 

Three of Wands Three of Wands is money coming in, ‘your ship coming in,’ as the illustration depicts. It means the future or continuing action. It looks forward to, and it is waiting. That’s about it – especially for what we use of it today.

 

 

EXPLANATIONS: SKIP THIS (AND THE TAGS) TO GO TO COMMENTS, BELOW. (Use the arrow on the right lower screen.)

Each and every ‘Tarot Reading’ sentence you see is a literal interpretation of the four Rider Waite Tarot cards drawn and pictured for today. (The literal interpretation is from the illustration on each card.) These sentences are put together by only combining the phrases of what each cards says. In other words, there are NO “filler” phrases added just to make full sentences, and no psychic ability or spirit guide is ever involved.

Now in an ‘real’ individual reading, the questioner asks a specific question and thereby supplies at least half the information! In a personal reading, the parties are identified and sometimes a time frame is too. Here, in a group reading we cannot do that and so we get a variety of sentences.
Horoscopes are group readings, too. Astrology is based on someone else’s birth data, though, so a ‘solar’ group horoscope never really solidly applies to you! (Astrologers want you to know this!)
Tarot, on the other hand, is perfectly capable of flexibly addressing any group, including all of the visitors that come to this site. It can also address people you might not even know personally, such as all the people at your job who have a say in whether or not you get a raise.

Illustrations from the Rider-Waite Tarot Deck®, known also as the Rider Tarot and the Waite Tarot, reproduced by permission of U.S. Games Systems, Inc., Stamford, CT 06902 USA. Copyright ©1971 by U.S. Games Systems, Inc. Further reproduction prohibited. The Rider-Waite Tarot Deck® is a registered trademark of U.S. Games Systems, Inc.

The entire contents of this website are Copyright © 2012. All rights reserved. This site may not be copied in whole or in part except for the inclusion of brief quotations in a review without the express written permission of the publisher. All violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

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Our Daily Spread December 05, 2012 Wednesday©

Dec 4, 2012 by

Guidance    Our theme is using down time to best advantage. That yields the very best result in our affairs, in our personal and commercial life. How often the dark night of our soul turns out to be a refreshing experience when it’s done? – because it impels us to do our homework, that’s why!

 

 

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Guidance and the Tarot Readings are for you if you just want your daily look ahead. “Guidance” is the summary, followed by your word for word Tarot Readings from the four Rider Waite Tarot cards you see pictured here. Pick the sentences that you feel are yours and decide whether to encourage or reject them. Sentences contradict one another because negative cards, in this group reading with no question, can attach to any of the other three cards.

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 Chariot

Nine of Cups  Five of Pentacles  Queen of Wands

 

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GROUP ANALYTICAL TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

 

Tarot Readings: Ambition, Goal, Succeeds/Success (Chariot)

Tarot Readings: Happy with so Little (Nine of Cups + Five of Pentacles)

Tarot Readings: Responsible Manager (Queen of Wands + Chariot)

Tarot Readings: Lack of Ambition (Five of Pentacles +Chariot)

Tarot Readings: Doing Without, Not Having Enough (Five of Pentacles)

Miscellaneous Tarot Readings

 

Tarot Readings: Ambition, Goal, Succeeds/Success (Chariot)

*Her ambition is taking her ‘from rags to riches.’

*It’s when you’re desperate that you see exactly what sort of private life would satisfy you, and you go after it.

*Being from the ghetto inspires me to do whatever it takes to have my life like I want it: in order.

*She wants to be the wife of an impressive man, not some loser.

*He exhausts himself being the champion provider: His wife has everything that makes her content.

*A broke fellow succeeds with his wife’s money and his own skill and strategy.

*He succeeds at draining the marital home just the way he wants to.

*The woman behind the successful man who wanted only to be a bum.

*Sorry for himself that he got what he wanted: a successful wife.

*A broke fellow succeeds with his wife’s money and his own skill and strategy.

*Here you got everything, and you’re feeling sorry for yourself.

*He and his wife overcome the bad old days and are in great shape now.

*Has everything he wants except he does without the wife of his choice.

 

Tarot Readings: Happy with so Little (Nine of Cups + Five of Pentacles)

*When you are feeling like a loser, your dream, your goal, is just to have a normal life.

*She has achieved her dream life, and she is broke.

*To make this decrepit house a home: That’s what I want.

*The woman’s car is an old beater, but it’s what she wants.

*Satisfied with so little, because she is married to the man of her choice.

*When you feel bad, think of the good things you do have, like a roof over your head and your ability to get ahead.

*She is adept at living well on next to nothing.

 

Tarot Readings: Responsible Manager (Queen of Wands + Chariot)

*In the best of times and in the worst of times, she ‘runs a tight ship.’

*Feast or famine, my household is well-managed.

Using down time to best advantage yields the desired result in managing your affairs.

*She is competent to take on the project of making a profit on every loss.

 

Tarot Readings: Lack of Ambition (Five of Pentacles +Chariot)

*Total lack of responsibility, just wants to live in mama’s house.

*She has nothing and aims to get it all by marrying well.

*Loses her ambition but still wants to run the place.

 

Tarot Readings: Doing Without, Not Having Enough (Five of Pentacles)

*She is miserable never to have been the wife of an important man – her dream.

When you’ve got to have it all, you feel deprived in a normal life.

*Wife chooses to be home and do without some things she wants.

*Doesn’t have enough capital to succeed the way she wants.

*How I miss Mother, who wanted me to succeed.

*She is miserable never to have been the wife of an important man – her dream.

*She can’t afford that car (doesn’t have enough money).

*Her big ambition is to be a married woman, so she is deprived of her dream.

*That motor home I wanted so bad has beggared me.

*When you are broke, all you want is a house and a car.

 

Miscellaneous Tarot Readings

*He aims for his wife to go without whatever would make her happy.

*The woman decides to please him when she is in need of money.

**The responsibilities of a married woman are nothing that she would want.

*He decides he wants to marry her, poor health and all.

*She has a sensible motive to stuff herself and to starve herself.

 

 

 Chariot

Nine of Cups  Five of Pentacles  Queen of Wands

 

 

 

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First thing that hits you in the face looking at these four Rider Waite Tarot cards together is Nine of Cups is having it all and Five of Pentacles is having lost it all.

Nine of Cups is the fat fella with the nine empties on the mantle, while Five of Pentacles is ‘bums on the street,’ a mother and son who are in rags in a blizzard passing by a church in which food and warmth are there for them … passing by because they are numb with despair. This card represents (for those who are so inclined) the Roman Catholic concept of ‘Dark Night of the Soul,’ also called ‘aridity’ in old texts.

WHAT a contrast! They make for some interesting and arresting phrases in our sentences.

Our other two Rider Waite Tarot cards are the manager of home or enterprise, also known as The Wife (Queen of Wands), and the skilled strategist who manages a project or enterprise (Chariot). These are male and female cards that pretty much have the same meaning.

Nine of Cups + Chariot both address your dream (Nine of Cups), your goal (Chariot). We find, in our group reading sentences, Nine of Cups meaning ‘wants’ and Chariot meaning ‘aims,’ two very similar words.

Nine of Cups + Chariot means ‘aims to get it all’ and ‘decides he wants to.’

 

Our theme is using down time to best advantage. That yields the very best result in our affairs, in our personal and commercial life.

 

 

 

LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

 

Nine of Cups
Five of Pentacles
Queen of Wands
Chariot

Nine of Cups The fat fella with the nine empties on the mantle behind him and the wide grin on his face represents having it all, surfeit, what you want, getting what you want, being satisfied, pleasing or making someone happy, and even greed.

 

 

 

Five of Pentacles is losing everything, being homeless, bums on the street, poverty, broke, poor times, exhaustion and numbness. A mother and son who are in rags in a blizzard pass by a church in which food and warmth are there for them … passing by because they are numb with despair. This card represents (for those who are so inclined) the Roman Catholic concept of ‘Dark Night of the Soul,’ also called ‘aridity’ in old texts – a phase in spiritual life.

 

 

Queen of Wands A skilled, practical and pragmatic woman manager of home or enterprise, also known as The Wife, is our illustration. She is the competent Mama who makes the house rules – a plain woman with that alert look on her face, a flower in one hand and a big stick in the other. Her black cat suggests otherworldly ability.

 

 

Chariot The master strategist who gets the job done whatever the challenge is, without fanfare. He has decided, he has a goal he is focused on, a project he is accomplishing by any means possible, using even the factors that impede progress to further it. The Charioteer was the war hero of his day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I N S T R U C T I O N S & Explanations (Comments are below this.)

 

Did you come here just for your predictions? – If so, you are done when you finish reading the sentences of Group Analytical Tarot Cards Reading.

Each Tarot sentence is a literal-interpretation reading of the scenes pictured on the four cards you see. Only what each of the cards says – phrase by phrase – no fillers – no psychic ability used. The readings are about you and the people around you.  They are about today and the days around it. Tarot, all by itself, talks to you. This is a demonstration of that .

Tarot will address any group flexibly, as it does here of ‘all the visitors.’ (It can address ‘all the people at work who have a say in my raise,’ for instance, without you knowing who or where those people are.)

Horoscopes are group readings too.

Astrology has to be based on someone else’s birth data, though, so it does not solidly apply to you just because of where the sun was when you were born. (Astrologers know this.)

Emily wants to know whether these sentences are more accurate for regular visitors than for people who have come only a few times. Would you help with a comment, if that is who you are? Please?

Without a question to focus the answer, four cards can mean contradictory things,  especially when the Spread has a card that means ‘no, never or not.’ That negative modifier can apply to any one of the cards.

 

Without a question also the pronouns (you, him, her, me, us, them, they, etc.) in a group reading are more flexible,  especially in some of these Rider Waite Tarot spreads.  When a pronoun is in parentheses, feel very free to substitute.  Notice how, as much as possible, we drop pronouns, which makes for some awkward phrasing.

The question in a ‘real’ individual reading supplies at least half the information! In a ‘real’ reading, the parties are identified (including the gender of the questioner!), and so is the time frame if there is one. In this group reading, we cannot do that, so we have variety.

 

Do you want to know a little, or a lot, about how this Tarot Verbatim ™ thing works? If so,

*Go to Learn Tarot by Observing. This tells the thinking regarding the combined four pictures in the Daily Spread –  the pictures above here.  It explains how these four cards get together in your mind to make the message.

*Go to Learn Tarot by the Pictures.  This is the meaning of each separate card.  This is how that illustration makes that card’s meanings in this Spread.

You can put all this together and intuitively see yourself how Tarot Verbatim ™ works. Regular visitors actually learn to read Tarot without trying. The Tarot Talks tab has some examples for students.

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Illustrations from the Rider-Waite Tarot Deck®, known also as the Rider Tarot and the Waite Tarot, reproduced by permission of U.S. Games Systems, Inc., Stamford, CT 06902 USA. Copyright ©1971 by U.S. Games Systems, Inc. Further reproduction prohibited. The Rider-Waite Tarot Deck® is a registered trademark of U.S. Games Systems, Inc.

 

The entire contents of this website are Copyright © 2012. All rights reserved. This site may not be copied in whole or in part except for the inclusion of brief quotations in a review without the express written permission of the publisher. All violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

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