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March 26, 2013 Bubba Slugo
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This was really boring. Not to mention the synopsis is totally inaccurate, Akiko is not surprised to find the client is an elderly academic, she never asks him anything and immediately crawls into bed and falls asleep. The story line seems to have been cobbled together by some junior high kids.