LDS General Conference - Games, Bingo, Traditions, & Online Fun

It's time again for LDS General Conference! We've collected a list of General Conference Games and Activities you'll be sure to enjoy, along with information about tweeting conference and other fun activities.

General Conference Games

Here are some conference games you can enjoy with your family:
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183Rd Annual General Conference, April 2013

Do you ever wish you had a copy of the latest Conference Report on a WORD document or PDF? What if it was already formatted and numbered by paragraph, would that help you when studying and teaching? Would it make it easier to use general conference talks in the classroom? Well today is your lucky [...]

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Blog entry Apr 23 2012

April Lessons - General Conference, Isaiah, Jeremiah

I just can't do it all :)

This blog is proof positive of that. The house has been cleaner, I've been making bread and cooking more often, spent the week of spring break working on the new website and keeping up with the kids' stuff, but something had to give. Naturally, it was the blog, I suppose.

General Conference

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Conference 2013 Printable From Making Precious Things Plain

Did all of you enjoy General Conference a few weeks ago? I did, and I’m beginning to re-read each of the talks.
I will be using one of the Conference talks as a Relief Society activity next month, and I will be putting together another VT handout {Conference Edition} that I will hopefully share with all of you in the next few weeks....but today I want to share a great printable with all of you from Making Precious Things Plain.

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Handout Dec 31 2012

Conference Packet

Our Primary presidency sent out this compilation of worksheets from several sources (including this website). It has about 20 pages of activities for children to do during conference. Would be appropriate for up to age 13, I think.

I especially like the use of the apostles' pictures to ask the children to write something about what each spoke about.

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{Conference Preserves} April 2013 Conference Quote Cards

For the May Visit Teaching Printable I decided to do something a little different.I was going to do a printable with several different quotes from Conference, but then I saw this wonderful idea from Mish Mash Momcalled ‘Conference Preserves’.

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{General Conference} 22 Weeks Of General Conference


We have all been asked by our beloved Prophet to take the time to study the conference talks over the next six months.
“I encourage you to read the talks...and to ponderthe messages contained therein. I have found in my own life that I gain even more from these inspired sermons when I studythem in greater depth.”{President Thomas S. Monson; Oct. 2012}
By studying and pondering each of the talks, we can find answers to questions in our lives, receive inspiration, have strength to resist temptations, and gain a stronger testimony.

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General Conference Activities For Kids

I've been a slacker. I have gotten back into school (my day job) and we have lots of brand new core curriculum to cover and it has taken all my time getting used to it. So I haven't had time to blog as much. Plus we had our grandkids last weekend, and, well, that took all my time, literally!

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Blog entry Oct 03 2011

General Conference and Seminary Review

Wasn't general conference great this weekend? Best in a long while for me. I really enjoyed all the talks. I tried to help get #ldsconf to trend again this year, but some of our main DC Mormon tweeters were out of commission for various reasons. Basically, it was just me MormonShare and Lady Ozma. Couldn't do it this year. I feel pretty confident it was all the football related tweets going on that threw off the trending stats.

Next time.

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Blog entry Oct 03 2011

General Conference and Seminary Review

Wasn't general conference great this weekend? Best in a long while for me. I really enjoyed all the talks. I tried to help get #ldsconf to trend again this year, but some of our main DC Mormon tweeters were out of commission for various reasons. Basically, it was just me MormonShare and Lady Ozma. Couldn't do it this year. I feel pretty confident it was all the football related tweets going on that threw off the trending stats.

Next time.

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Handout Apr 07 2013

General Conference April 2013 Review Quiz

Here is the general conference review quiz I made during the conference sessions I was able to attend this April.  (There's no first session questions due to a family emergency--sorry.)

People have used this quiz in the past for family home evening and Seminary reviews. 

Versions available below with and without answers.

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Handout Dec 31 2012

General Conference Bingo

This is a bingo-style conference game has 7 different cards you can use during conference to help entertain small children. Use buttons, M&Ms, or other small items to cover each block when those things are mentioned during the conference. It can also be colored in, since it's black and white.

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Handout Dec 31 2012

General Conference Bingo

This is a bingo-style conference game has 7 different cards you can use during conference to help entertain small children. Use buttons, M&Ms, or other small items to cover each block when those things are mentioned during the conference. It can also be colored in, since it's black and white.

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Handout Dec 31 2012

General Conference Bingo - 1 of 2

This was submitted an LDS 11-year old who created this fun game for her sisters, ages 3 and up.

Instructions: Cut out the pieces and game cards. Color and laminate if desired. As you hear a topic discussed during the Conference, cover the correct blank with one of the matching markers. Played much like "blackout" bingo.

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1 page, 8.5 x 11 inches, black and white.

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Handout Dec 31 2012

General Conference Bingo - 2 of 2

This was submitted an LDS 11-year old who created this fun game for her sisters, ages 3 and up.

Instructions: Cut out the pieces and game cards. Color and laminate if desired. As you hear a topic discussed during the Conference, cover the correct blank with one of the matching markers. Played much like "blackout" bingo. Cut out the pieces and game cards. Color and laminate if desired.

Click on general conference below to see all related images.

1 page, 8.5 x 11 inches, black and white.

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LDS Activity Apr 02 2011

General Conference Games and Activity Ideas

I just did a blog post on our favorite General Conference Activities and ideas here at http://ladycreate-a-lot.blogspot.com/2011/04/general-conference-games-an...

I've also included printables and links to the church website which take you to talks that explain things such as the importance of Sustaining our Leaders, and a talk from the Friend sharing an idea on how one family builds a tent and watches conference from it.

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LDS Activity Apr 02 2011

General Conference Games and Activity Ideas

I just did a blog post on our favorite General Conference Activities and ideas here at http://ladycreate-a-lot.blogspot.com/2011/04/general-conference-games-an...

I've also included printables and links to the church website which take you to talks that explain things such as the importance of Sustaining our Leaders, and a talk from the Friend sharing an idea on how one family builds a tent and watches conference from it.

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Handout Dec 31 2012

General Conference Handout

I really wanted to get the young women just as excited as I am for conference. As a presidency, we decided to make and deliver these cute little reminders to the girls. We attached this short reminder to a package of pretzel M&M's. It turned out really cute and the girls just loved them.

It gives 3 quick suggestions how to MAKE the MOST out of your general conference experience.

1. Write a list of questions
2. Pray specifically about the items on your list
3. Listen for answers

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General Conference Preparation

This is one of my favorite weeks of the year!
LDS General Conference preparation.
I was in the LDS Conference Center on Saturday evening for the General Relief Society Broadcast and it elevated my already high level of excitement for LDS General Conference.
Now I am back home and the preparation is in high gear.

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Handout Dec 31 2012

General Conference Reivew Game Cards

I am using these cards for our General Conference Review game in Seminary. Each student will bring back 2 questions from the Sunday morning session of General Conference for us to review. I have invited the parents to send in some food for us to enjoy while we play our review game.

Teams could be by zones (I have 3-4 in each of three zones). I may also separate them by boys vs girls, since I have 5 of each. It depends on my mood :)

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Handout Dec 31 2012

General Conference Reivew Game Cards

I am using these cards for our General Conference Review game in Seminary. Each student will bring back 2 questions from the Sunday morning session of General Conference for us to review. I have invited the parents to send in some food for us to enjoy while we play our review game.

Teams could be by zones (I have 3-4 in each of three zones). I may also separate them by boys vs girls, since I have 5 of each. It depends on my mood :)

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Article Aug 12 2011

General Conference Review Games for Seminary

The veteran teachers I've talked to like to encourage students to watch general conference by playing games. DeAnn and Brent review points from the talks in a jeopardy style game.

Paula A says, "At October and April [conference] we also gave mini prizes for noting [scripture mastery] used by speakers." Fun!

Here are some great ideas at the RedHeadedHostess. She gave all her students a card that had a blank for a question and answer that was handled during Conference. Students returned to class with the cards, and I assume they played a review game or discussed the questions. Follow the link below (and read the comments) for more ideas:

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Primary Talks Nov 20 2008

I will hear the words of the prophets when I listen to general conference

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Surely the Lord God will do nothing, but he revealeth his secret unto his servants the prophets. (Amos 3:7)

Many peaceful events that happened before I was twelve years old were influenced by those sustained as prophets, seers, and revelators. When I was about seven years old, I attended stake conference with my family. Afterward, we waited in a long line down the side of the chapel to shake hands with Elder Spencer W. Kimball, who was then an Apostle of the Lord. As I listened to him speak, and later, when I shook his hand, I felt something special and I knew that he was one of the Lord’s appointed.

When I was nine years old, I attended general conference in the Tabernacle in Salt Lake City, Utah. My family and I couldn’t get into the Tabernacle and had to listen outside the building. After the conference, when the General Authorities left the Tabernacle, I was able to stand close to many of them. I felt the same way I had when I shook Elder Kimball’s hand, and I knew that these men had been “called of God, by prophesy, and by the laying on of hands,” as it says in Articles of Faith 1:5.

When I was between the ages of six and twelve, President Hunter, President Hinckley, President Monson, and President Packer all became General Authorities. When I heard them speak, I knew of their power, and I can feel it even more strongly today as I meet with them. I get a special feeling, a wonderful feeling of peace, from knowing that the Lord speaks to prophets, seers, and revelators.

I received an answer to a prayer when I was very young and living in Pocatello, Idaho. I had a pet rabbit that was very important to me. One day it got out of its cage and could not be found. I was worried that the neighborhood dogs and cats might hurt my rabbit. I looked everywhere, then decided to go behind our wooden shed and pray. As my prayer ended, I instantly knew where to find my rabbit. I looked under a pile of boards and found it. Our prayers can be answered by the Holy Ghost putting thoughts into our minds.

My grandmother was also a big influence in my life. She loved her grandchildren and was always happy to see me and make me feel important. When I was nine years old, she came to live with my family. She lived with us for two years while her youngest son served a mission. She wrote poems and read them to my brother, sisters, and me. She talked to us about choosing the right and about eternal life. I learned that life is more than this life. There is life before and after our mortal lives. She wrote this poem called “Recompense” that helps me to see through my spiritual eyes:

Have you ever planned on something,
With all your heart and soul,
Planned and worked and waited
Till you thought you’d reached your goal?
Then with a stroke swift and cruel,
Your dreams are shattered and lost.
The things you had worked for and builded
Are wrecked, and at oh, such a cost.
Have you sat at the bedside
Of some loved one, your best friend?
Hoping, praying, watching, waiting,
Then been told, “It is the end.”
if you have, then don’t feel bitter.
Learn to say “Thy will be done.
Help me, Father, in my sorrow,
Help me till new faith I’ve won.”
Then you’ll feel the soothing influence
Of His Spirit from above,
Know that He is watching o’er you,
Know His heart is filled with love.

My parents also taught me the importance of sacrifice. Sacrifice helps us understand how important something is. When I was three years old, my family lived in Wray, Colorado. We had to drive ninety miles to church. At an early age I understood that the Church was important, important enough to drive a long way.

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Handout Dec 31 2012

President Monson Treasure General Conference Page

This was made to be used by littler ones to color a picture of what President Monson shares at General Conference. For early readers/writers, it is a fun notes page for them during President Monson's talk(s). The words the prophet speaks are a treasure in our lives! There is a fun treasure chest and big peices of treasure where the kids can write or draw their notes.

This comes from http://katiesblogness.wordpress.com/ and may be used for personal or church, non-comercial use. I hope you enjoy!

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Primary Talks Dec 29 2010

Prophets speak for Heavenly Father

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I skipped up the dusty drive, past the gray stone houses nestled in bright purple blossoms, and into the open doorway.

Mother pushed back her damp hair and set a bucket of muddy water down. It was Monday, the day she washed the walls and rinsed away the dirt that blew in with the winds.

Monday was also important because of family home evening. My brothers, Chris and Trenton, and I (my name is Laura) always looked forward to it. Tonight, however, was going to be extra special because we were going to see the prophet!

My family lives in a country far from America. Each year, when the prophet speaks to members of the Church during general conference, we have to wait for a video tape of his message. Today that video tape had finally arrived!

Because there are only a few Church members in our area, we take turns holding Sabbath services in each other’s homes. Mom has been teaching us children about prophets and their callings from God. She told us that general conference is very important because that’s a major time when our prophet tells us what Heavenly Father and Jesus want us to do.

Dad put the video into the machine and turned off the light. I fixed my eyes on the fuzzy screen. Suddenly a clear picture formed, and the familiar voices of the Tabernacle Choir filled the room. Then the cameras focused on President Benson as he made his way to the stand.

Mom had suggested that we find one thing the prophet wanted us to do and then work on it the following week. I listened carefully to every word. He seemed to be looking straight at me when he said:

“The Book of Mormon is the instrument that God designed to ‘sweep the earth as with a flood. …’* God will hold us accountable if we do not now move the Book of Mormon in a monumental way. … The time is now! You must help with this burden and with this blessing which He has placed on the whole Church, even all the children of Zion.”**

That’s it! I thought. That’s what we ought to choose to work on this week. We should share the Book of Mormon! Then I remembered. My friends spoke another language. The only copy of the Book of Mormon I had was my own precious one given to me at my baptism. And it was in English.

“Well,” Dad said after the video was over, “let’s talk about what President Benson has asked us to do. What did you learn, Laura?”

“I learned how important it is for us to share the Book of Mormon with the people here. But how can I?” I wailed, explaining my problem.

Dad thought a moment. Then he said, “Remember when Nephi was commanded to go and get the brass plates from Laban? That appeared to be an impossible task. But Nephi had faith. Remember what he said in 1 Nephi 3:7 [1 Ne. 3:7]: ‘I will go and do the things which the Lord hath commanded, for I know that the Lord giveth no commandments unto the children of men, save he shall prepare a way for them that they may accomplish the thing which he commandeth them.’ I think that there is a way we can keep this commandment to share the Book of Mormon.”

Dad had our full attention. “How?” we all asked.

“Well, our friends can’t read the Book of Mormon at this time, but they can read us.”

“Huh?” My brothers and I looked at each other with puzzled faces.

Dad explained. “We can tell people what the Book of Mormon teaches through our actions. For example, if I wanted our neighbor to learn about King Benjamin’s words on serving our fellowman, I would help him clean and trim his yard, pick up any garbage, care for his home when he is sick or away, and invite him into our home. He may not actually read the words, but he would read my actions and learn about service and love.”

“Oh, I see!” I exclaimed, jumping off the couch. “We can all do that!”

By the time family home evening was over, we had each committed ourselves to sharing one thing about the Book of Mormon through our actions that week.

The following Monday, when I was asked to tell about what I did, I admitted, “It was harder than I thought it would be. I picked Moroni 7:45, 47 [Moro. 7:45, 47], where he talks about charity. He says, ‘And charity suffereth long, and is kind, … and rejoiceth not in iniquity but rejoiceth in truth. … Charity is the pure love of Christ.’

“You see, there’s a girl at school who always sits by herself. She doesn’t talk very well, and she walks with a limp. I’ve wanted to say hi to her, but I’ve been afraid that the other kids might laugh at me. Well, at recess on Wednesday, I was playing with my friends when I saw Kara sitting on the stump of an old tree, watching us. I tried not to think about her. I told myself that she probably couldn’t play, anyway, with a bad foot.

“At lunchtime I saw her again, eating alone. As I followed my friends to a table, I remembered what I had promised to do, to share through my actions Moroni’s words about love. I began thinking about how I felt when I first moved here. I didn’t have any friends, I didn’t know the language, and I was lonely and afraid. Maybe Kara felt that way too. I was scared, but I got up from my table and went over and sat down by Kara.

“And you know what? I found out that Kara can run and play, even with a bad foot. In fact, she’s faster than a lot of us. And you know what else? I think the other girls learned about charity too. By the end of the week, we were all playing, eating, and laughing together. You were right, Dad. You can share the Book of Mormon through your actions.”

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Object Lesson Mar 13 2011

Rationalization and Excuses Leave You Empty

I've posted both the full lesson and the object lesson part here in case Seminary Mom's (rather long) lesson doesn't fit with the message you're trying to get across in your lesson:


The Object Lesson

I brought out a muffin tray with muffin liners, but no actual muffins inside the liners. I explained I'd planned on baking muffins for them during class, but had forgotten the necessary eggs for the batter. Oh, well. Sorry.

Was my excuse good enough? Did the result fill their tummies? Obviously not.

I suggested that living a life full of justifications will leave us just as empty as the empty muffin tin is - when we stand before the Lord with all of our excuses, rationalizations, and justifications.

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Mar 02 2011

Scriptures4Kids General Conference Packets

Some of the Scriptures4Kids general conference packets are VERY large -- 48 page or more -- and are probably not appropriate for printing in large numbers. They're great for home use, however, or you could print just a page or two.

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Mar 02 2011

Scriptures4Kids General Conference Packets

Some of the Scriptures4Kids general conference packets are VERY large -- 48 page or more -- and are probably not appropriate for printing in large numbers. They're great for home use, however, or you could print just a page or two.

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{Sharing Time} The Prophet Speaks To Us At General Conference


 Sharing Time Ideas from the 2014 OutlineIDENTIFY THE DOCTRINE (looking at pictures): Ask the children to stand if they know who leads the Church. Display a picture of the prophet, and ask the children what his name is. Explain that God speaks to us through him. Display a picture of the Conference Center. Tell the children that during general conference the prophet speaks to us from this building.

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The Living Prophet Leads The Church Under The Direction Of Jesus Christ: 1St & 2Nd Week Sharing Time Idea For May 2013


Sharing Time Idea from the 2013 Primary Outline 
IDENTIFY THE DOCTRINE (seeing pictures and playing a game): Show a picture of the living prophet. Ask several children to take a turn leading the Primary in a simple action such as hopping or clapping their hands. Point to the picture of the prophet and explain that he is the President of the Church and we should follow what he asks us to do. Ask: “Who does the prophet follow?” Show a picture of Jesus Christ, and explain that the prophet works under His direction.

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Blog entry Oct 03 2010

Tweeting General Conference

I didn't get to tweet as much for general conference this year as I did last -- spent the day Saturday working on the websites, and then discovered late that evening there was a conference in New York I should be at, so I spent this afternoon traveling by bus to the Big Apple. I tried to retweet as much as possible, but the internet access on the bus was wonky. I think someone must have been trying to view a movie. Grrrr.

I found my way to the hotel somehow. The city is beautiful and huge and overwhelming and awesome. I don't know if I could grow to like it or not. The shopping would be fun...

The surgery was postponed for two weeks, so I'm still up and around for a little while. I am hoping to have the last test done Tuesday so I'll be ready for the pre-op on Thursday.

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Handout Dec 31 2012

Ultimate General Conference Packet

The object of my "Ultimate Conference Packet" is to lead children through General Conference rather than distracting them from it.

Print off page 8 enough times for the # of speakers in Conference (25-32 speakers total).

You can make the tie into a dress for the female speakers by adding sleeves.

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Continue reading this article and find out some General Conference Traditions from members world wide:

General Conference Traditions and Culture

Here's what some members do during General Conference

Pre-Conference Temple Trip

The Rock Hill Ward in Virginia holds two temple trips each year, each on the Friday evening before General Conference weekend. A few weeks before the event youth leaders collect a list of young men and young women who are able to babysit that weekend. The list is shared with adults in the unit. On the day of the trip, those who are in the area meet at the church building a few hours before the scheduled session to carpool up together to rendezvous with those members who commute into Washington, DC. After the session those who are interested meet at a local restaurant for a late dinner and socializing. Because there are only two of these events each year, the high priest group leader is able to publicize the event very well and member turnout is huge -- there are generally 50 or more members on each temple trip.

Eliminate an Extra Trip to the Church for Broadcasts

- Our branch in Mississippi covered an area of over 5 counties, and many members drove quite some distance to attend meetings only available by satellite. The Philadelphia Branch tapes the General Relief Society and Young Women broadcasts and shows them during the April or October Priesthood meetings. Consequently, husbands and wives make just one trip for their broadcasts. Couple that with a potluck dinner for a great evening.

Male Bonding / Ice Cream

- Many men in our area go out for ice cream after the priesthood session at Carl's Frozen Custard -- what a reward for making the trip to the stake center!

Female Bonding

When I lived in Logan, Utah, women went shopping during the Priesthood session at their local LDS book store. Several others held chick flick parties where women and girls would watch movies and have ice cream sundaes while the men and boys were out.

King Benjamin Tent

Taken from the story in Mosiah 2 about the meeting, some members pitch tents with the opening facing toward the television or radio. Great fun for kids! See the post on Making Conference Memorable at Mormon Momma. One family elaborated on the tent theme by letting the kids decorate boxes to use as "tents" during Family Home Evening.

Rotate 72-hour Kit Food

Check the food in your 72 hour kit during conference to see if it needs to be rotated.

Memorize the names of Apostles

One family uses General Conference time to memorize the names of the 12 Apostles by singing them to the tune of Ten Little Indians. "Monson, Eyring, Uchtdorf, Packer - Perry, Nelson, Oaks and Ballard - Anderson, Scott, Hales, Holland - Christensen, Cook and Bednar."

Scrapbooking / Food / Crafting

Many families like to scrapbook, craft, quilt, or eat special foods during General Conference. You can read about some of them at Segullah and about Cinnamon Rolls at the Low Family. You can get general conference recipes, too! Please share your general conference traditions in the comments section below! Continue on to the next page to find out how people enjoy conference online.

Tweeting General Conference

Hundreds of LDS Church members tweet about their experiences during LDS General Conference, including me. Remember, if you tweet conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at the Conference Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, include the tag #ldsconf so that others following conference can see your tweets.

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