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Firstly I wouldn't make your PS and DS the same topic, but you don't need to do a DS. A poster on here (vanwinkle) has talked about doing something he calls the "DS in the PS" method where your PS basically incorporates what would normally go in a DS. I think that either doing that or having both a PS and a DS are perfectly valid ways to go about it. But as I mentioned, if you do both I would not make them about the same topic because that just gets repetitive for the person reading them.
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