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  1. Tech Consultant's Avatar
    "The browser on the Q10 was super fast, and I found myself selecting links in emails, tweets and Facebook updates that I would have avoided selecting on a Bold — and even on newer smartphones’ browsers — because of slow load times. The Q10 browser has features like an adjustable default font size and a Reader view. Websites that run Adobe Flash can be viewed by clicking a button that enables Flash."

    Source: The BlackBerry of BlackBerry Users' Dreams - Katherine Boehret - The Digital Solution - AllThingsD
    04-25-13 06:39 PM
  2. Charles Martin1's Avatar
    hate to be the bearer of bad news but I think you'll want to know

    Fixmo And U.S. Air Force Partner For Strategic Mobility

    Partnership to enable secure mobile communications and access to mission-critical applications from smartphones and tablets

    April 25, 2013


    TORONTO, Canada and STERLING, Va.--April 25, 2013 Fixmo, a leading provider of mobile security and risk management solutions, today announced its collaboration with the U.S. Air Force (USAF) to enable secure mobile communications and access to mission-critical applications from a range of smartphones and tablets. Fixmo and the USAF will further its collaboration under a newly established Co-operative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the 688th IOW, which will focus on the development and deployment of advanced mobile security and attestation technologies to enable trusted mobile computing in the field on a wide range of mobile devices.

    "We understand the mission opportunities that secure mobile technology provides our airmen and executive leaders from a productivity and efficiency standpoint," said Bill Marion, AFSPC Chief Technology Officer, U.S. Air Force Space Command. "Industry has been a great ally, working closely with us to develop innovative new mobile technologies that enable us to deliver on our operational imperatives in a secure and compliant manner."


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    The USAF is currently using the Fixmo Sentinel solution for device integrity verification and mobile device management (MDM) as part of its AFSPC-led mobile device initiative. Fixmo Sentinel helps the USAF secure their mobile devices while ensuring they start, and remain, in a known trusted state and within compliance with mobile security guidelines led by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA).

    The USAF has also deployed the Fixmo SafeZone secure workspace and application containerization solution on iPads and iPhones in an effort to move beyond just using the smart devices for e-mail, calendar, and contacts. Fixmo SafeZone provides a managed secure container environment with CAC-enabled e-mail, secure browser, an office-like document management suite, secure camera, Microsoft SharePoint access and the ability to integrate custom applications.

    "We are trying to move from a mindset of locking down the native side of the device to ensure network security, to using the secure container as the interface to the AFNET and letting the user enjoy the benefits of the native portion of the device. This allows the user to work with apps they are familiar with on their personal phones, but still provide a secure and isolated interface to the AFNET for mission related apps and apps that need to provide security for sensitive but unclassified data," said Mike Kretzer, 688th IOW Technical Director. "We are trying to provide as much flexibility as possible with the native side settings and relying on the security of the Fixmo SafeZone container to allow safe and secure connectivity to the AFNET."

    Under the CRADA, the USAF is also evaluating Fixmo Secure Gesture as a potential alternative to smart card technology for advanced user authentication on mobile devices without the need for custom hardware or external readers. "Fixmo Secure Gesture is an exciting new technology that has the potential to revolutionize user authentication on mobile devices," said Bruce Gilley, President of Fixmo U.S. "Not only is it more secure and tougher to crack than traditional alphanumeric passcodes, but it is also easier to use and a fraction of the cost of traditional multi-factor authentication solutions. We're excited to work with the US Air Force to introduce this technology into the Department of Defense, and to help drive changes in security policy that could ultimately reduce costs to the taxpayer while increasing operational security."

    Through its CRADAs with the US Air Force and the US National Security Agency, Fixmo continues to invest in next-generation mobile security solutions to enable government agencies to deliver on their key operational imperatives through the power and efficiency of smartphones, tablets and mobile apps.

    "We're proud to play an important role in enabling Department of Defense agencies to leverage the latest smartphones and tablets in a way that really makes a difference in the field," said Fixmo CEO, Rick Segal. "We're looking forward to continuing along this path of innovation to support the nation's missions such as Air Force Mobility Command's (AMC) and Air Force Global Strike Command's Electronic Flight Bag initiatives."

    About Fixmo

    Fixmo Inc. is the mobile risk management company that helps organizations identify, mitigate and manage the risks associated with mobile devices in the workplace. The company's MRM solutions enable protected and compliant mobile computing, helping organizations embrace a wide range of mobile devices and applications while maintaining system integrity, protecting confidential data and proving regulatory compliance. Fixmo's MRM technology has been developed as part of a Co-operative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA). Fixmo is headquartered in Sterling, Virginia and Toronto, Canada (Fixmo Inc. | Mobile Security, Data Protection and Compliance).

    Oh well, I'm quite certain that they'll still want some Q10s.
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    04-25-13 06:40 PM
  3. Shanerredflag's Avatar
    Perhaps TH should buy them...they are only four years old, how much could it be.
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    04-25-13 06:43 PM
  4. take99's Avatar
    Or it could be a huge win, fixmo seems like a bbry partner?


    Fixmo Announces Support for BlackBerry Mobile Fusion
    Fixmo, the mobile risk management company, today announced its support for customers deploying the new BlackBerry Mobile Fusion mobile device management (MDM) solution from Research In Motion. Fixmos industry-leading device integrity, compliance, data security and encryption solutions integrate tightly with BlackBerry Enterprise Server and now support Android and iOS devices managed by BlackBerry Mobile Fusion. Fixmo helps organizations identify, mitigate and manage the risks associated with the proliferation of mobile devices and applications within the workplace.

    Customers can now leverage BlackBerry Mobile Fusion to manage all BlackBerry, iOS and Android devices connected to the corporate network. It provides MDM capabilities such as policy assignment, user management, inventory management and remote lock/wipe commands. Fixmos mobile risk management (MRM) platform complements BlackBerry Mobile Fusion by providing additional device integrity monitoring and compromise detection, vulnerability assessment and auditable compliance reporting to help organizations stay in compliance with internal policies and government regulations while supporting a growing range of devices, apps and OSs. Fixmo MRM also includes Fixmo SafeZone, a defense-grade secure sandbox solution for iOS and Android devices that keeps corporate email, documents, browsing and applications encrypted and contained from personal data. Fixmo SafeZone operates seamlessly in a BlackBerry Mobile Fusion environment.

    With BlackBerry Mobile Fusion and Fixmos mobile risk management platform, organizations can confidently embrace the latest mobile devices and the bring-your-own-device approach without sacrificing security, data integrity, manageability or their ability to prove regulatory compliance, said Tyler Lessard, Chief Marketing Officer, Fixmo. We will continue to ensure that our products integrate seamlessly with the BlackBerry enterprise solution to meet the expanding needs and demands of our customers.

    Fixmo Sentinel Brings Cross-Platform Integrity and Compliance
    Developed through a Co-operative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA), Fixmo Sentinel integrates tightly with the BlackBerry enterprise solution to offer device integrity monitoring, compromise detection and auditable compliance reporting to prove adherence to internal policies and government regulations for BlackBerry, iOS and Android devices being managed by BlackBerry Mobile Fusion.

    Fixmo SafeZone Extends Corporate Data Security and Encryption
    Fixmo SafeZone brings advanced corporate data security, encryption, access controls and selective data wipe capabilities to iOS and Android devices. It seamlessly operates within a BlackBerry Mobile Fusion environment to provide a defense-grade secure container for encrypted and managed corporate email and calendaring, documents, browsing and applications on personal-liable devices.

    Our government and enterprise customers remain committed to BlackBerry Enterprise Server and are now exploring BlackBerry Mobile Fusion as an MDM solution for managing BlackBerry, iOS and Android devices in the workplace, said Rick Segal, CEO, Fixmo. Were ready to help our joint customers support a growing fleet of mobile devices while ensuring they can protect their corporate data, stay in compliance and prove it.

    About Fixmo
    Fixmo Inc. is the mobile risk management (MRM) company that helps organizations identify, mitigate and manage the risks associated with mobile devices in the workplace. The companys MRM solutions enable protected and compliant mobile computing, helping organizations embrace a wide range of mobile devices and applications while maintaining system integrity, protecting confidential data and proving regulatory compliance. Fixmos MRM technology has been developed as part of a Co-operative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA). Fixmo is headquartered in Sterling, Virginia and Toronto, Canada. Additional information on Fixmo can be found at Fixmo Inc. | Mobile Security, Data Protection and Compliance.

    The BlackBerry and RIM families of related marks, images and symbols are the exclusive properties and trademarks of Research In Motion Limited.
    04-25-13 06:45 PM
  5. lcjr's Avatar
    hate to be the bearer of bad news but I think you'll want to know

    Fixmo And U.S. Air Force Partner For Strategic Mobility

    Partnership to enable secure mobile communications and access to mission-critical applications from smartphones and tablets

    April 25, 2013


    TORONTO, Canada and STERLING, Va.--April 25, 2013 – Fixmo, a leading provider of mobile security and risk management solutions, today announced its collaboration with the U.S. Air Force (USAF) to enable secure mobile communications and access to mission-critical applications from a range of smartphones and tablets. Fixmo and the USAF will further its collaboration under a newly established Co-operative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the 688th IOW, which will focus on the development and deployment of advanced mobile security and attestation technologies to enable trusted mobile computing in the field on a wide range of mobile devices.

    "We understand the mission opportunities that secure mobile technology provides our airmen and executive leaders from a productivity and efficiency standpoint," said Bill Marion, AFSPC Chief Technology Officer, U.S. Air Force Space Command. "Industry has been a great ally, working closely with us to develop innovative new mobile technologies that enable us to deliver on our operational imperatives in a secure and compliant manner."


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    The USAF is currently using the Fixmo Sentinel solution for device integrity verification and mobile device management (MDM) as part of its AFSPC-led mobile device initiative. Fixmo Sentinel helps the USAF secure their mobile devices while ensuring they start, and remain, in a known trusted state and within compliance with mobile security guidelines led by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA).

    The USAF has also deployed the Fixmo SafeZone secure workspace and application containerization solution on iPads and iPhones in an effort to move beyond just using the smart devices for e-mail, calendar, and contacts. Fixmo SafeZone provides a managed secure container environment with CAC-enabled e-mail, secure browser, an office-like document management suite, secure camera, Microsoft SharePoint access and the ability to integrate custom applications.

    "We are trying to move from a mindset of locking down the native side of the device to ensure network security, to using the secure container as the interface to the AFNET and letting the user enjoy the benefits of the native portion of the device. This allows the user to work with apps they are familiar with on their personal phones, but still provide a secure and isolated interface to the AFNET for mission related apps and apps that need to provide security for sensitive but unclassified data," said Mike Kretzer, 688th IOW Technical Director. "We are trying to provide as much flexibility as possible with the native side settings and relying on the security of the Fixmo SafeZone container to allow safe and secure connectivity to the AFNET."

    Under the CRADA, the USAF is also evaluating Fixmo Secure Gesture as a potential alternative to smart card technology for advanced user authentication on mobile devices without the need for custom hardware or external readers. "Fixmo Secure Gesture is an exciting new technology that has the potential to revolutionize user authentication on mobile devices," said Bruce Gilley, President of Fixmo U.S. "Not only is it more secure and tougher to crack than traditional alphanumeric passcodes, but it is also easier to use and a fraction of the cost of traditional multi-factor authentication solutions. We're excited to work with the US Air Force to introduce this technology into the Department of Defense, and to help drive changes in security policy that could ultimately reduce costs to the taxpayer while increasing operational security."

    Through its CRADAs with the US Air Force and the US National Security Agency, Fixmo continues to invest in next-generation mobile security solutions to enable government agencies to deliver on their key operational imperatives through the power and efficiency of smartphones, tablets and mobile apps.

    "We're proud to play an important role in enabling Department of Defense agencies to leverage the latest smartphones and tablets in a way that really makes a difference in the field," said Fixmo CEO, Rick Segal. "We're looking forward to continuing along this path of innovation to support the nation's missions such as Air Force Mobility Command's (AMC) and Air Force Global Strike Command's Electronic Flight Bag initiatives."

    About Fixmo

    Fixmo Inc. is the mobile risk management company that helps organizations identify, mitigate and manage the risks associated with mobile devices in the workplace. The company's MRM solutions enable protected and compliant mobile computing, helping organizations embrace a wide range of mobile devices and applications while maintaining system integrity, protecting confidential data and proving regulatory compliance. Fixmo's MRM technology has been developed as part of a Co-operative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA). Fixmo is headquartered in Sterling, Virginia and Toronto, Canada ([url=http://fixmo.com]Fixmo Inc. | Mobile Security, Data Protection and Compliance[l]).
    That's not bad news. That's just one of the many research projects going on within the DoD this year as noted in their memo I outlined earlier today. Expect more of these to be announced. But remember they are only stating they are doing research together in he hopes of finding a solution. Once they have something, it has to be submitted for review and then has to be approved.
    04-25-13 06:46 PM
  6. lcjr's Avatar
    Sorry for not cropping down posts when responding, I'm using my Playbook and can't get it to cut unwanted text in the reply box.
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    04-25-13 06:48 PM
  7. Shanerredflag's Avatar
    Or it could be a huge win, fixmo seems like a bbry partner?


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    Great find...well done and thank you!!!
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    04-25-13 06:49 PM
  8. take99's Avatar
    Oops seems like scamsung owns a chunk though


    Samsung Venture Investment Corp. (005930) bought a stake in Canadian security software maker Fixmo Inc. to extend the Asian companys growth with business and government clients traditionally served by Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM)
    Samsung Ventures, which invests on behalf of Suwon, South Korea-based smartphone maker Samsung Electronics Co. and other parts of the Samsung group of companies, is making the investment in return for a small equity stake, Fixmo Chief Executive Officer Rick Segal said in a phone interview. He declined to disclose exactly how much Samsung invested. Nam Ki Yung, a spokesman for Samsung Electronics, declined to comment.
    The investment shows that Samsung is getting very serious about taking on RIM in their own backyard, in government and enterprise, Segal, who founded Fixmo, said yesterday. RIM is based in Waterloo, Ontario.
    Samsung is looking to replicate the success its had with consumers among businesspeople as more workers use their own devices instead of company-issued phones. Operating profit at Samsung, the biggest maker of devices on Google Inc. (GOOG)s Android platform, jumped 89 percent last quarter to 8.8 trillion won ($8.3 billion), paced by sales of its Galaxy smartphones.
    RIM is counting on its new BlackBerry 10 smartphones, set to debut Jan. 30, to trigger a wave of upgrades from lawyers, bankers and public servants faithful to their BlackBerrys. The company was poised to finish 2012 with a 4.7 percent share of the global smartphone market, hurt by an aging smartphone lineup, market researcher IDC said last month. Android had about 68 percent market share.
    RIM is also wooing companies with features such as BlackBerry Balance, which allows users to operate two versions of their device for work and personal life that separately quarantine e-mail, applications and other data.
    Security Software
    Fixmo sells security software including Sentinel and SafeZone it has developed with the U.S. National Security Agency to bolster device safety. The Toronto-based company secured $23 million from investors including Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers in 2011 and has secured more than $40 million in investment to date, Segal said.
    Samsung is looking at companies like us to give them insight but more importantly to lay down those strategic markers in areas like security and storage, he said.
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    04-25-13 06:49 PM
  9. pandapurple's Avatar
    "Has Probably" is very different from "Has"

    http://www.financialpost.com/m/wp/in...erry-stock-z10

    BBRY should say something.

    Posted via CB10
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    04-25-13 06:49 PM
  10. take99's Avatar
    More info

    While BlackBerry was going through its darkest days last year, two things kept coming up as important distinguishers of its product; its keyboard and the Zen-like obsession the company has maintained with security. The combo kept important elected officials worldwide, including Barack Obama, stick with the Waterloo-based company we used to know as RIM.
    Now, a company in its own backyard wants to end that.

    Last week, Torontos Fixmo, a firm that specializes in mobile data security, announced a partnership with American security specialist MobileIron, promising that because of their partnership, government agencies can confidently move beyond BlackBerry and give users the ability to choose the devices that will make them most productive.

    Fixmo recently rolled out a smart phone security service for Android users, who can sign up for Fixmo SafeWatchs Beta program for one year at no charge. At the end of the trial, the service will be offered to the general public as a paid service. SafeWatch software has already been in use in Hong Kong since December, when mobile telecom carrier 3 Hong Kong implemented it as part of that companys suite of security options for their smart phone users.

    Samsung Venture Investment Corp chose both Fixmo and Boston-based Cloudant to invest in earlier this year. US-based Cloudant is funded in part by the CIA, which bears out MobileIrons claim that federal agencies had very limited choice for mobility. He means BlackBerry. As the United States government adopts more flexible BYOD policies companies like Fixmo stand to benefit.
    04-25-13 06:53 PM
  11. Charles Martin1's Avatar
    Sorry for not cropping down posts when responding, I'm using my Playbook and can't get it to cut unwanted text in the reply box.
    Yeah, same here. I'm on my Z10. Funny, I rarely use my Playbook since I got my Z10.
    04-25-13 06:55 PM
  12. take99's Avatar
    I'll just provide the link for this one

    Byte - COMMENTARY
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    04-25-13 06:57 PM
  13. lcjr's Avatar
    So we don't keep beating a dead horse on this DoD issue, please keep this in mind when reading these announcements. The DoD is looking at all brands and platforms this year and there will be many research projects going on trying to get this CMD model founded. Since the DoD is such a prominent organization, every organization that gets a shot is going to be publishing and announcing it to better their case and cause. I didn't include the form they have to fill out that has required data information or the link to where it goes b cause there is classified requirements on it I can't pass on. I just don't want to see people getting their hope up or sit there waiting for some contract announcement that isn't coming. We'll see lots of announcements now from companies bragging they are working with getting DoD, but most of them will be kicked to the curb after the DoD is finished with them. Now, time for a fresh beer.
    04-25-13 06:57 PM
  14. cjcampbell's Avatar
    That's not bad news. That's just one of the many research projects going on within the DoD this year as noted in their memo I outlined earlier today. Expect more of these to be announced. But remember they are only stating they are doing research together in he hopes of finding a solution. Once they have something, it has to be submitted for review and then has to be approved.
    Thanks man... I just did a liquor assesment and you've just talked me off the edge of that glass.. lol
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    04-25-13 06:58 PM
  15. take99's Avatar
    Bunch of ex RIM employees work at Fixmo apparently
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    04-25-13 07:02 PM
  16. lcjr's Avatar
    Thanks man... I just did a liquor assesment and you've just talked me off the edge of that glass.. lol
    You know CJ, I bought one of those 1.75 ltr bottles of Crown Royal Black on base after work and it's in the cabinet with all the wine I buy on impulse. Have you ever had the Crown Black? I don't want to drink it tonight but am curious if it's that different from the normal.
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    04-25-13 07:06 PM
  17. Charles Martin1's Avatar
    You know CJ, I bought one of those 1.75 ltr bottles of Crown Royal Black on base after work and it's in the cabinet with all the wine I buy on impulse. Have you ever had the Crown Black? I don't want to drink it tonight but am curious if it's that different from the normal.
    I've had the Black, it's good. The Limited Edition is really nice.
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    04-25-13 07:12 PM
  18. cjcampbell's Avatar
    You know CJ, I bought one of those 1.75 ltr bottles of Crown Royal Black on base after work and it's in the cabinet with all the wine I buy on impulse. Have you ever had the Crown Black? I don't want to drink it tonight but am curious if it's that different from the normal.
    Honestly, I don't drink a lot of Crown. I usually go for Forty Creek so I wouldn't be able to answer that one with any confidence.
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    04-25-13 07:14 PM
  19. lcjr's Avatar
    I've had the Black, it's good. The Limited Edition is really nice.
    Well, like I said earlier they were about giving it away on base. I got it even cheaper than they had it for yesterday. I paid $22 for that huge bottle. They do that at times when they're overstocked. I have a cabinet full of on sale wines that were originally $30-50 each for $8-10.
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    04-25-13 07:22 PM
  20. cjcampbell's Avatar
    Well, like I said earlier they were about giving it away on base. I got it even cheaper than they had it for yesterday. I paid $22 for that huge bottle. They do that at times when they're overstocked. I have a cabinet full of on sale wines that were originally $30-50 each for $8-10.
    Jesus! Our "Sale" price is like $2 off

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    04-25-13 07:26 PM
  21. lcjr's Avatar
    Jesus! Our "Sale" price is like $2 off

    Posted via CB10
    Yeah but our shops are Army Airforce Exchange Service (AAFES) and they get merchandise at a discounted price because it caters only to ID Card Holders. If I gave you the chart on what Soldiers make monthly you'd understand.
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    04-25-13 07:32 PM
  22. cjcampbell's Avatar
    Yeah but our shops are Army Airforce Exchange Service (AAFES) and they get merchandise at a discounted price because it caters only to ID Card Holders. If I gave you the chart on what Soldiers make monthly you'd understand.
    Fair enough

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    04-25-13 07:45 PM
  23. Charles Martin1's Avatar
    Jesus! Our "Sale" price is like $2 off

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    Yeah, our government gouges the heck out of us on booze. No sales here.
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    04-25-13 07:50 PM
  24. take99's Avatar
    Thanks for the sanity check. You're obviously right, this is just some kind of pilot, but I sure wish it was BBRY doing the piloting...

    BTW I think you could make some extra dough to buy more shares by reselling some of those bottles to some of us. Those bottles cost a mint up here!

    So we don't keep beating a dead horse on this DoD issue, please keep this in mind when reading these announcements. The DoD is looking at all brands and platforms this year and there will be many research projects going on trying to get this CMD model founded. Since the DoD is such a prominent organization, every organization that gets a shot is going to be publishing and announcing it to better their case and cause. I didn't include the form they have to fill out that has required data information or the link to where it goes b cause there is classified requirements on it I can't pass on. I just don't want to see people getting their hope up or sit there waiting for some contract announcement that isn't coming. We'll see lots of announcements now from companies bragging they are working with getting DoD, but most of them will be kicked to the curb after the DoD is finished with them. Now, time for a fresh beer.
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    04-25-13 07:54 PM
  25. CDM76's Avatar
    Yes. I like it. Still prefer Crown Royal though. I just like a little ice. No mix. Savour the flavours.

    I've been trying some single malts as well lately. Smooth stuff.
    Gotta agree there. But I recently found Pyrat Rum and must say it even got me away from the CR

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    04-25-13 07:56 PM
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