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Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« on: November 11, 2010, 12:57:50 PM »
Hey guys just wanted to know your fantasy routes for the Amazing Race.

Mines is the standard 11 teams and 12 legs.

Start line: Houston.

Leg1 USA- Argentina (Bueons Aires)
Leg2 Argentina- Paraguay (Ascunsion)
Leg3 Paraguay (rural Paraguay)
Leg4 Paraguay-Germany (Frankfurt)
Leg5 Germany-Denmark (Copenhagen)
Leg6 Denmark (Roskilde)
Leg7 Denmark-Gabon (Liberville and surrondings)
Leg8 Gabon-South Africa (Johannesburg)- India (Banglore) (Double length leg)
Leg9 India-Australia (Mareeba, Queensland)
Leg10 Australia (Gold Coast)
Leg11 Australia - China (Yunnan province)
Leg12 China-USA (Hawaii/Los Angeles)

3 New countries visited (Paraguay, Denmark and Gabon)

All 6 inhabited continents visted again.

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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2010, 01:19:36 PM »
I like that route, it covers just about everywhere you would want it to. I would only suggest maybe Japan instead of India and the possibility of doing it backwards (westbound).
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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2010, 01:46:43 PM »
I still want Antarctica.
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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #3 on: November 11, 2010, 02:06:17 PM »
I still want Antarctica.

It doesn't exactly fit their model of in and out in one or two days. It's also quite expensive to transport that many people down there, if it is even possible. I guess we can dream though.
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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #4 on: November 13, 2010, 01:35:44 PM »
My fantasy route would have Portugal in it! :D
Antarctica would be really nice.


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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #5 on: November 13, 2010, 02:09:46 PM »
Start Line: Phoenix, Arizona

Leg1 USA--->Peru (Machu Picchu)
Leg2 Peru (Lima)
Leg3 Peru--->Australia (Gold Coast)
Leg4 Australia--->Indonesia (Jakarta)
Leg5 Indonesia (Bali)
Leg6 Indonesia--->Laos (Vientiane)
Leg7 Laos--->Maldives
Leg8 Maldives--->Jordan (Petra)
Leg9 Jordan--->Bulgaria (Sofia)
Leg10 Bulgaria--->Libya (Tripoli)
Leg11 Libya--->Portugal (Lisbon)
Leg12 Portugal--->USA (Washington DC)

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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #6 on: November 13, 2010, 03:59:23 PM »
Indonesia is OK to visit, just the part of Sumatra with the quakes and volcanic activity is unsafe.  I would like to see the race visit Jakarta or Bali.

My Fantasy Route:
Leg 1 (Los Angeles, USA to Vienna, Austria)
Leg 2 (Austria to Bratislava, Slovakia)
Leg 3 (Slovakia to Sofia, Bulgaria)
Leg 4 (Varna, Bulgaria)
Leg 5 (Bulgaria to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania)
Leg 6 (Central Tanzania)
Leg 7 (Tanzania to  Bhopal, India)
Leg 8 (Jodhpur, India)
Leg 9 (India to Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei)
Leg 10 (Brunei to Harbin, China)
Leg 11 (China to Denver, USA)

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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #7 on: November 13, 2010, 05:26:39 PM »
Probably need to add one more leg.

Why one more leg?
Here is my other fantasy route for S18.
Leg 1 (New York City, USA to Gaborone, Botswana)
Leg 2 (Botswana to Livingstone, Zambia)
Leg 3 (Zambia to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe)
Leg 4 (Harare, Zimbabwe)
Leg 5 (Zimbabwe to Dubai, UAE)
Leg 6 (UAE to Wuhan, China)
Leg 7 (Hoh'hot, China)
Leg 8 (China to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia)
Leg 9 (Mongolia to Irkutsk, Russia)
Leg 10 (Moscow, Russia)
Leg 11 (Russia to Helsinki, Finland)
Leg 12 (Rovaniemi, Finland)
Leg 13 (Finland to Maine, USA)
« Last Edit: November 13, 2010, 05:32:25 PM by mjriches2005 »

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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #8 on: November 13, 2010, 09:49:14 PM »
Here's one that hits 8 exotic foreign countries over 6 continents in 12 legs.

Leg1 Houston, USA - Guayaquil, Ecuador
Leg2 Ecuador - Castries, St. Lucia
Leg3 St. Lucia - Madrid, Spain
Leg4 Andalusia, Spain
Leg5 Spain - Malta
Leg6 Malta - Alexandria, Egypt
Leg7 Cairo, Egypt
Leg8 Egypt - Jakarta, Indonesia
Leg9 Bali, Indonesia
Leg10 Indonesia - Melbourne, Australia
Leg11 Australia - Vancouver, Canada
Leg12 Canada - Houston, USA

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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #9 on: November 13, 2010, 09:55:13 PM »
I'm not good with the whole leg by leg thing because I'm pretty sure I'd be adding countries that would be unsafe... But someone needs to go to Canada. I know they went there in the family edition, but besides that? Don't remember if they ever went there in a regular/All-Star edition. Anywhere would be fine.


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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #10 on: November 13, 2010, 09:59:36 PM »
I'm not good with the whole leg by leg thing because I'm pretty sure I'd be adding countries that would be unsafe... But someone needs to go to Canada. I know they went there in the family edition, but besides that? Don't remember if they ever went there in a regular/All-Star edition. Anywhere would be fine.

They went to Calgary for Season 5 for a couple of tasks.

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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #11 on: November 14, 2010, 12:08:50 AM »
I'm not good with the whole leg by leg thing because I'm pretty sure I'd be adding countries that would be unsafe... But someone needs to go to Canada. I know they went there in the family edition, but besides that? Don't remember if they ever went there in a regular/All-Star edition. Anywhere would be fine.

They went to Calgary for Season 5 for a couple of tasks.

Thanks. It's still been quite a while, then.

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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #12 on: November 14, 2010, 12:54:11 AM »
My fantasy route would have Portugal in it! :D
Antarctica would be really nice.

I would hope for Portugal as well, they never really had a full leg there long overdue. What is your entire dream route?

In TAR3, Leg 4, teams left the pit stop at Stonehaven and went to Aberdeen. They flew from Aberdeen to Porto, Portugal for detour and roadblock then a pit stop at the Torre de Belem. This was famous for the elimination of the Harvard lawyers, Heather and Eve, due to their inability to comprehend the clue to "walk" to the pit stop from the roadblock. I do believe that constitutes a full leg in Portugal. The next leg was the infamous "dieselgate" leg where they drove the length of the country into Spain to catch the ferry to Morrocco.

I would still like to see them go to Lisboa for a leg.
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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #13 on: November 14, 2010, 02:57:06 AM »
Leg 1: Philadelphia, U.S.A. to Madrid, Spain (12th elim)
Leg 2: Madrid to the Basque Region, Spain (11th elim)
Leg 3: Basque, Spain to Belgium (Brussels P.S.) (10th elim)
Leg 4: Brussels, Belgium to Yaounde, Cameroon (9th elim)
Leg 5: Yaounde, Cameroon to Sofia, Bulgaria (8th elim)
Leg 6: Sofia, Bulgaria to Istanbul to Ankara/Cappadocia, Turkey (7th elim/DL leg)
Leg 7: Ankara, Turkey to Bangalore, India (6th elim)
Leg 8: Bangalore, India to Melbourne, Australia (5th elim)
Leg 9: Melbourne, Australia to Chengdu, China (NEL-4th)
Leg 10: Chengdu, China (4th elim)
Leg 11: Chengdu, China to Vancouver, Canada (NEL-3rd)
Leg 12: Vancouver, Canada to Seattle, U.S.A. (Finale)

i put 12 teams, 13 legs (tehcnically), and 3 new countries, because I'm assuming that they'll make the "All Stars" Season bigger than the recent trend
and i've always wanted to see what a final 3 NEL would look like with the most recent penalty...

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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #14 on: November 14, 2010, 08:49:40 AM »
Okay, it's a long time they visited Philippines.. i just realized!

And what about Indonesia?? TARA has been there tonnes of times!!! :jam:
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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #15 on: November 14, 2010, 08:59:26 AM »
Okay, it's a long time they visited Philippines.. i just realized!

And what about Indonesia?? TARA has been there tonnes of times!!! :jam:

Yup. I hope they do a Switchback here. :tup:

Indonesia, it's long overdue. Seriously, TAR needs to go there too. :tup:

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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #16 on: November 14, 2010, 10:15:03 AM »
I have played up the theme of rigorous journey in this route I made. I also put up legs that are set in different terrains: snow, forest, high-altitude, bustling city, desert, and tropical.

Assuming 11 All-Star teams in a race of 12 legs.

NOTE: I have set the NELs at the early part of the race. Remember: these are All-Star teams (or former teams), and more screentime will redeem them from rotting.

Leg 1 (USA -> Russia)
Teams will have to fly to Vladivostok, Russia. I chose Vladivostok because it's like a secret haven inside Russia. And it's also good to see the Eastern side of the Russian country.
Elimination Leg

Leg 2 (Russia -> China)
Teams will have to ride the Trans-Siberian railway and then another train to a city in China. I would like to see a forested or nature-y place in China, not like the cities such as Shanghai and Beijing. I want to see like Guilin. China = Love.
Non-Elimination Leg

Leg 3 (China)
Teams will have to ride another train, and a bus to the roof of the world: Lhasa, Tibet. A pitstop in the gorgeous Potala Palace would be a major plus. If the race can't go to Nepal, Tibet is the alternate and the altitude problems will definitely be a problem for our All-Star teams.
HD filming will capture the amazing sceneries here in Tibet.
Elimination Leg

Leg 4 (China -> India)
Teams will have to fly to any part of India, but I'd love to see the Taj Mahal, so I'm taking the teams to Agra. Enough said, it's indeed Incredible India.
Elimination Leg

Leg 5 (India -> Gabon)
Teams now fly to the Gabonese capital city: Libreville. African cities == Chaos to the teams.
Non-Elimination Leg

Leg 6 (Gabon -> Sao Tome and Principe)
Teams must then ride a ferry to the island nation of Sao Tome and Principe. I enjoyed Seychelles in Season 16, so another island nation would be awesome! What also makes this nation magical is that it can be found lying by the equator!
Elimination Leg

Leg 7 (Sao Tome and Principe -> Europe)
Time for a big city action. I don't know specifically where at this moment, but I want to see a bustling city in the European continent.
Elimination Leg

Leg 8 (Europe)
The all-star teams will then have to drive hundreds of kilometers to another location. I am still awestrucked in the infamous Dieselgate episode, so another long drive will definitely test the best of the best. I'd love this leg to be the countryside-theme-inspired, a big contrast to the bustling city we had during the previous leg
Non-Elimination Leg

Leg 9 (Europe -> Africa)
The teams will have to make their way by any means to a city located at the edge of the Sahara Desert. I think seeing different locations set in different terrains will define how amazing a race route is. And when the sun shines bright, it may be hot enough to set angry minds and exhausted bodies.

NOTE: A desert location in South America too will rock. So it's between Africa or South America with this one.
Elimination Leg

Leg 10 (South America -> Guatemala)
Teams will then fly to the Central American part of the world. A leg in the ruins of Tikal in Guatemala would be awesome.
Elimination Leg

Leg 11 (Guatemala -> Mexico)
Teams will then take a torturing bus ride to Mexico. We have seen Mexico in past, but it's way too overdue! I know, Mexico is still under the travel ban of US, but Mexico is way to big. I would like to see dancing people with maracas as greeters.
Elimination Leg

Leg 12 (Mexico -> USA)
Teams will have to fly to USA. You can send them in any part of USA, I don't care. :lol:
« Last Edit: November 14, 2010, 10:21:11 AM by Cocoa »

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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #17 on: November 14, 2010, 01:31:00 PM »
Sorry to tell you that some things on your fantasty route for the race sounds too off.  First, they visited Guilin on TAR14 and Agra on TAR1.  Also there is no travel ban on Mexico from the USA, it only advises people to avoid cities like Cuidad Juarez and other northern Mexican cities. Cities like Mazatlan, Guadalajara, Cabos San Lucas, and Puerto Vallerta are safe to visit.  Also traveling by bus to Lhasa sounds too risky, taking a plane would be easier and I don't think there are any ferries from Gabon to Sao Tome.

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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #18 on: November 14, 2010, 01:40:26 PM »
I have another fantasy route here:
Leg 1 (Portland, Oregon, USA to Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Leg 2 (Netherlands to Dresden, Germany)
Leg 3 (Frankfurt, Germany)
Leg 4 (Germany to Venice, Italy)
Leg 5 (Italy to Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Leg 6 (Slovenia to Abu Dhabi, UAE)
Leg 7 (UAE to Melbourne, Australia)
Leg 8 (Tasmania, Australia)
Leg 9 (Australia to Da Nang, Vietnam)
Leg 10 (Hai Phong, Vietnam)
Leg 11 (Vietnam to Vancouver, Canada)
Leg 12 (Yellowknife, Canada)
Leg 13 (Canada to Washington, DC, USA)

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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #19 on: November 14, 2010, 01:50:47 PM »
I'm bored, so I'll make another fantasy route.

Start Line: USA, Atlanta, GA

Leg1 USA--->Belize (Belize City)
Leg2 Belize--->Trinidad and Tobago
Leg3 Trinidad and Tobago--->Brazil (Amazon Rainforest)
Leg4 Brazil--->South Africa (Cape Town)
Leg5 South Africa (Cape of Good Hope)
Leg6 South Africa--->Greece (Athens)
Leg7 Greece (Crete)
Leg8 Greece--->Cyprus
Leg9 Cyprus--->China (Tibet)
Leg10 China--->South Korea (Busan)
Leg11 South Korea--->Japan (Okinawa)
Leg12 Japan--->USA (Phoenix)

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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #20 on: November 14, 2010, 05:30:22 PM »
Heh. You're on the same Caribbean path I am on. :)

always think of new countries I want to see on TAR in relation to each other and how big of a logistical nightmare they are. So here's a route where I tried to cram as many new countries as possible. It's beyond fantasy, it's pure insanity but it's fun.

Departure: Miami (I want the Caribbean islands more than I want a quirky departure city and this makes it more likely due to flight availability.)

Leg 1: Miami, USA - St. Marteen, The Netherlands Antilles

Clue should be about flying to the Netherlands though and make it an actual CLUE for the teams to solve before booking the right flight so they don't end up in Amsterdam. Something like fly to the tropical part of the Kingdom, lame example but you get my drift.

Leg 2: St. Marteen - Curacao - Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad Tobago is just a short skip by air from the Netherlands Antilles so they can start the leg by island hopping to one of the other gorgeous ABCs for a task, I picked Curacao because it has direct flights to TT.

Leg 3: Trinidad and Tobago - Brasilia, Brazil.

Not a new country, but a new and quite interesting side of Brazil. There are at least three connecting flights I could find and they don't seem too horrible.

Leg 4: Brasilia, Brazil - Asuncion, Paraguay.

Finally, Paraguay!

Leg 5: Asuncion, Paraguay - Barcelona, Spain - Andorra.

Andorra is a good opportunity for "Drive yourselves" from Barcelona in some beautiful scenery and a mountain task in a microstate to boot.

Leg 6: Andorra - Brussels, Belgium

Flight connections through Perpignan, France where they can again drive themselves from Andorra, this time in even more spectacular scenery and on an even more tricky road.

Leg 7: Brussels, Belgium - Almaty, Kazakhstan

Decent connections through Istanbul. Kazakhstan is huge, exotic and offers plenty of opportunities for train traveling and mining-related punishing tasks.

Leg 8: Almaty, Kazakhstan - Turkestan, Kazakhstan
Turkestan is one of the few truly old, historical cities in this vast country, well-worth a double Kazakh leg since they're not there every year.

Leg 9: Kazakhstan - Amman, Jordan

Flight connections through Abu Dhabi. Jordan has breathtaking sights and cultural richness. Pit Stop at Petra would be unforgettable.

Leg 10: Amman, Jordan - South Africa


So much of South Africa still left to explore!

Leg 11: South Africa - Tasmania, Australia

See Brazil. Just because it's been featured a lot doesn't mean we haven't missed out on some unique parts of it.

Leg 12: Finale Megaleg Tasmania - Fiji - USA


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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #21 on: November 14, 2010, 06:17:08 PM »
Leg 1 - USA to Canada
Leg 2 - Canada to United Kingdom
Leg 3 - United Kingdom
Leg 4 - France to Italy
Leg 5 - Italy
Leg 6 - Italy to India
Leg 7 - India to Australia
Leg 8 - Australia
Leg 9 - Australia to New Zealand
Leg 10 - New Zealand to Japan
Leg 11 - Japan to Russia
Leg 12 - Russia to USA

And because I have a sense of humor..

Leg 1 - USA to Libya
Leg 2 - Libya to Chad
Leg 3 - Chad to Sudan
Leg 4 - Sudan to Jordan
Leg 5 - Jordan to Somalia
Leg 6 - Somalia to Afghanistan
Leg 7 - Afghanistan to Iraq
Leg 8 - Iraq to Pakistan
Leg 9 - Pakistan to Iran
Leg 10 - Iran to North Korea
Leg 11 - North Korea
Leg 12 - North Korea to USA

Although my second fantasy route was a joke, that would be one race to watch. lol

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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #22 on: November 14, 2010, 07:48:10 PM »
Sorry to tell you that some things on your fantasty route for the race sounds too off.  First, they visited Guilin on TAR14 and Agra on TAR1.  Also there is no travel ban on Mexico from the USA, it only advises people to avoid cities like Cuidad Juarez and other northern Mexican cities. Cities like Mazatlan, Guadalajara, Cabos San Lucas, and Puerto Vallerta are safe to visit.  Also traveling by bus to Lhasa sounds too risky, taking a plane would be easier and I don't think there are any ferries from Gabon to Sao Tome.

 :duno: :res:

Dude, don't take it too seriously. Like I said, it's just a rough draft. :res: Read the title of the thread you're in, please? :res:

There are ferries between Libreville to Sao Tome and Principe islands BTW. And if you've read it, I didn't say I want them to go on Guilin again: If you'll read I said I want a place like Guilin. Like Guilin =/= In Guilin. And I know Agra was visited, but the Taj Mahal was not seen (although edited out).

 :lol:

EDIT: Here's the current list of Travel Warnings. I don't know if this is mandatory ban, or partial ban, etc. :duno:

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Travel Warnings are issued when long-term, protracted conditions that make a country dangerous or unstable lead the State Department to recommend that Americans avoid or consider the risk of travel to that country. A Travel Warning is also issued when the U.S. Government's ability to assist American citizens is constrained due to the closure of an embassy or consulate or because of a drawdown of its staff. The countries listed below meet those criteria.

Colombia    11/10/2010
Iraq    11/05/2010
Burundi    11/04/2010
Philippines    11/02/2010
Cote d'Ivoire   10/20/2010
Nigeria    10/19/2010
Yemen   10/15/2010
Lebanon    10/08/2010
Iran    10/08/2010
Sudan    10/01/2010
Eritrea    09/24/2010
Mexico    09/10/2010
Korea, Democratic People's Republic of    08/27/2010
Afghanistan    08/13/2010
Israel, the West Bank and Gaza    08/10/2010
Mali    08/06/2010
Mauritania    08/02/2010
Uzbekistan    07/22/2010
Pakistan    07/22/2010
Chad    07/09/2010
Haiti    06/24/2010
Guinea    06/16/2010
Nepal    06/15/2010
Niger    05/11/2010
Georgia    05/03/2010
Congo, Democratic Republic of the    04/21/2010
Algeria    04/02/2010
Kenya    03/16/2010
Central African Republic    02/26/2010
Saudi Arabia   02/18/2010
Somalia    12/31/2009

You got my point about visiting Mexico, but kinda misinterpreted it a bit. Avoid the danger and go to cities that are safe, that's what I meant.

:lol:

And about the Tibetan trip: yeah, I think the bus trip would be dangerous, but it would be awesome and yep, kinda off. That's the only part in this route that I think would be an impossible feat.
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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #23 on: November 14, 2010, 08:55:43 PM »

And I know Agra was visited, but the Taj Mahal was not seen (although edited out).


Well, I don't really understand what you mean. Agra was used as a pit stop and the Taj Mahal was used for a route info clue box on the next epidode. The teams left the pit stop and went to the Taj Mahal to get their clue. The Taj Mahal, in all its glory, is certainly in my DVD.
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Re: Fantasy Routes for Amazing Race 18.
« Reply #24 on: November 14, 2010, 08:58:29 PM »

And I know Agra was visited, but the Taj Mahal was not seen (although edited out).


Well, I don't really understand what you mean. Agra was used as a pit stop and the Taj Mahal was used for a route info clue box on the next epidode. The teams left the pit stop and went to the Taj Mahal to get their clue. The Taj Mahal, in all its glory, is certainly in my DVD.

Aww. Sorry if my TAR memories have been fading. :lol:


 

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