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2011-10-06 09:07:34 AM  

pxlboy: BreezyWheeze: ph0rk: Men of a certain age have seen the hollow promise of religion, the failed marriages of their parents, and that when it comes down to it they will be laid off from their job.

What still pisses me off is few of those men will interrupt friends and relatives who are trying to dissuade a younger man (18-28 or so) who has come to the same conclusion.

It wouldn't take much, just a few quick comments when no one is listening, if they aren't in to the whole conflict thing.

It's also entirely possible that a person was brought up in a stable, happy family where they saw the successful marriages of those around them, and would like to emulate them. Saw one or both of their parents working and understood that to support oneself means working. So they went out and got a job. Saw that their faith community brought people together and encouraged them to be better, and wanted to participate in that.

i was raised with two parents and three other siblings. my parents were together until mom died back in 2000. they were very religious.

i got married and it didn't work out and completely eschewed religion. no idea where i'm going with this...


Presumably you weren't at the point of questioning marriage, religion, and so on in your early 20's. There are plenty of men that are, and their relatives all give them shiat for it, sometimes enough to coax them into some dipshiat marriage or congregation that just makes them angry and bitter by 40.

It would be nice if someone who's already walked that road (or the one sans-god and wife) could tell them that it's okay to ignore all their screeching relatives and do what they actually want with their lives.

/Blah blah get a job too of course
//But don't work too much.
 
2011-10-06 09:09:06 AM  

ph0rk: Headso: whatever on the religion and the marriage thing but in my experience more traditional hobbies like wood working or metal working or doing some work on your house is more fulfilling than playing video games.

Presumably you are enlightened enough to realize that tastes differ, though.


I'm always surprised when people think one hobby or another is somehow inherently superior. For example, I loathe football but I understand that some people really like it. I've always found that hobbies are best when engaged with variation -- some mindless vegging out in front of the tube, some video games, some reading, some sports, some craft-type-stuff, etc. Work itself demands a dull sameness; why recreate that with your spare time.
 
2011-10-06 09:09:45 AM  

BreezyWheeze: omgwtfetc: At a certain point it become pretty pathetic to be so mindlessly motivated by chasing pussy, though. . . there's something kind of sad and undeveloped about you.

Cool, so it's totally acceptable to chase steady pussy at my age. I'll be progressing to "understandable" in a couple of years. And a decade after that, I might as well just kill myself, although I guess MNF might be an acceptable alternative as long Hank Jr. is dead by then.

There's a difference between wanting to get laid (or even chasing it) and being "mindlessly motivated" by it. I'm in my mid 30's. I want to f*ck every hot 20-something that walks by. I don't plan on that changing. But there's a difference between that being one of life's pursuits and those guys who seem to lose all rationality and judgment as soon as pussy comes into the picture (e.g. Andrew Weiner, Mark Foley, etc).

I'd also suggest that there's no need to kill yourself simply because I find you sad and undeveloped. By that metric, the entire roster for the Cubs should have killed themselves many times over.


What? You find me sad and undeveloped? I have a strong urge to kill myself, but I think I'll just head out to a bar tomorrow and find a slightly fat (though nevertheless attractive) chick in her 20's and work out all the unresolved issues brought on by your post.
 
2011-10-06 09:09:53 AM  

ihatedumbpeople: I say go back to the 50s, when all women valued their men and didn't treat them like man slaves.


bookbuilder.cast.org

/oblig
 
2011-10-06 09:10:06 AM  
Pfffffft. Women are in decline because they watch too much Oprah, the View, and Dancing With the Stars. Make me a sandwich.
 
2011-10-06 09:10:15 AM  

ihatedumbpeople: I'm married, I work 40 hours a week (at the paying job) and probably double that around the house and yard keeping our house going. My wife makes 3x what I do, and because she's basically developed a superiority complex, hasn't felt the need to get down and dirty (IYKWIM) for damn near a decade.

I say go back to the 50s, when all women valued their men and didn't treat them like man slaves.


you sound like you need to grow a pair.

either that or you like living like Leopold von Sacher-Masoch.
 
2011-10-06 09:10:46 AM  

BreezyWheeze: Yeah I've made it clear to my girlfriend that if we have kids and she fails to produce a manchild for me, then I will still raise my daughter to be able to change a tire, calculate a slugging percentage, write in at least one programming language, and make fart-noises with her armpit.


Anyone who is incapable of simple multiplication should be put down.
 
2011-10-06 09:10:46 AM  

Greymalkin: I would also disagree that civilisation is about specialisation; every day you use more tools, skills, knowledges etc than any caveman or animal ever did/does.


We have both - Heinlein said specialization is for insects, and where humans specialize to that degree I'd concur. Marx said we should all be free to tend cattle in the morning, paint and write poetry in the afternoon, and theorize about the nation state in the evening. This is also true.

The realities of the job market require some degree of specialization. Spending less time at work will help, and having pretty diverse hobbies out of work will help more - working 70 hours a week is suicide by inches.
 
2011-10-06 09:12:00 AM  

pxlboy: It's also entirely possible that a person was brought up in a stable, happy family where they saw the successful marriages of those around them, and would like to emulate them. Saw one or both of their parents working and understood that to support oneself means working. So they went out and got a job. Saw that their faith community brought people together and encouraged them to be better, and wanted to participate in that.

i was raised with two parents and three other siblings. my parents were together until mom died back in 2000. they were very religious.

i got married and it didn't work out and completely eschewed religion. no idea where i'm going with this...


I was just trying to be a bit contrary. There's a lot of negativity being shouted in the thread. I'm fervently (although quietly) atheist, but it seems to me that you choose to make yourself sound kind of dumb as soon as you type the phrase "sky wizard". That puts the same kind of superficial judgmental nonsense on display that non-believers so often accuse religious people of.

Same with all the hating on traditional marriage and dad-works-mom-stays-at-home. Some people eat that sh^t up. Let 'em. Bennett's an asshat for his myopic 50's worldview, but lots of the commenters in this thread seem just as aggressively one-sided.
 
2011-10-06 09:13:21 AM  
I'm posting in this thread as a bookmark. Nothing to see really.

Married, kids, career, college degree. No advice for the dating scene.

Also, someone please tell me why ph0rk is bragging about having 3" to impress the ladies with?
 
2011-10-06 09:14:04 AM  

FirstNationalBastard: Sgt Otter: If playing video games with my girlfriend and sleeping in on Sunday morning is wrong, then I don't want to be right.

It seems to be a pet project of the religious and republicans... control, control, control.

Control a person by shackling them in a marriage, control a person by making them feel guilty for things by using religion, control control control.

It really pisses them off that the current generation isn't taking to being shackled and controlled in the traditional ways.


My wife's fine with my video game addiction (hell, she bought me GT5 and a wheel this past Winter Solstice Holiday Season, FFS), as long as it doesn't interfere with quality time (she's not the needy type that demands attention all the time) and that she can jump in at any time (and whip my ass in Tekken 6).

She draws the line at MMORPGs, though.
 
2011-10-06 09:14:36 AM  
This man was once in charge of the Department of Education.

That is terrifying.
 
2011-10-06 09:16:19 AM  

battery1979: Frank Bohica: omgwtfetc: gmoney101: FirstNationalBastard: Yeah, because Marriage is such a good deal for men, and belief in an invisible sky wizard is the answer to everything.

This is what happens when men realize that the system is against them, and say "fark it".


This! Marriage is nothing more than a contract that says your girlfriend gets half your shiat when you break up! There is nothing in marriage that is good for a man, so why the fark do it? As for god and all that shiat.. where do I start?

PUSSY! On a consistent basis.

Not for this married guy! :(

once or twice a year hardly constitutes consistent.


this. my gf knows i'm not wanting to get married again. after my ex wife and i split, i got snipped. unmarried with a great sex life and sleeping in on sundays. she doesn't give me crap about spending time with my friends or my own pursuits.
 
2011-10-06 09:17:05 AM  

tdyak: I'm posting in this thread as a bookmark. Nothing to see really.

Married, kids, career, college degree. No advice for the dating scene.

Also, someone please tell me why ph0rk is bragging about having 3" to impress the ladies with?


maybe he's asian?
 
2011-10-06 09:17:09 AM  
In related news: women are shallow and may attempt to use video games and/or religion as an excuse to be shallow.
 
2011-10-06 09:17:17 AM  

tdyak: I'm posting in this thread as a bookmark. Nothing to see really.

Married, kids, career, college degree. No advice for the dating scene.

Also, someone please tell me why ph0rk is bragging about having 3" to impress the ladies with?


Pair of 3's.

/four inches of guile vs ten feet of claymore and all that.
 
2011-10-06 09:17:30 AM  

manimal2878: Men of a certain age have seen the hollow promise of religion, the failed marriages of their parents, and that when it comes down to it they will be laid off from their job.

Why bother with any of that?


What failed marriage of my parents? My parents and their parents as well were married until the days my father and grandfathers died. In fact, I have a pretty good suspicion that my parents still had an active romantic relation up to the week my dad died. Additionally, none of them were ever laid off. (Of course, my parents weren't boomers, and their parents weren't the "greatest" generation.)
 
2011-10-06 09:18:14 AM  
Married -Check
Has a full time job - check
Religious - More then most people in here (which isn't saying much)
Plays Video Games - Check

Wife - Has a degree, no job (she would have one if we needed the extra money however, its her choice). Has dinner ready for me when I get home, would do the laundry (machine is in the basement, so no heavy lifting down stairs) and other household chores if she wasn't in her third trimester for our second child (she tries to do chores anyway, but I stop her). She takes care of our first born (almost 2) and paperwork (pays bills). She kills her own spiders and only has problems with snakes (which is understandable around here)

Of course, I married somebody who grew up as a tom boy in a rural setting where family is more important then a career.

She doesn't care if I play video games either (reasonably, if I have a "honey do" list those come first of course, usually involves things like mowing the yard or cutting up firewood), watches football with me, and enjoys getting dirty and working with her hands, and is one of the few women I know that can drive a car

/happy
//can be both a man-child and a responsible adult
 
2011-10-06 09:18:25 AM  

Father_Jack: maybe he's asian?


Nah, I'm no good at math.
 
2011-10-06 09:18:43 AM  

This text is now purple: BreezyWheeze: Yeah I've made it clear to my girlfriend that if we have kids and she fails to produce a manchild for me, then I will still raise my daughter to be able to change a tire, calculate a slugging percentage, write in at least one programming language, and make fart-noises with her armpit.

Anyone who is incapable of simple multiplication should be put down.


Christ by that measure we'd have to euthanize something like one in every twenty high school kids in the south Bronx.
 
2011-10-06 09:20:53 AM  

ph0rk: pxlboy: BreezyWheeze: ph0rk: Men of a certain age have seen the hollow promise of religion, the failed marriages of their parents, and that when it comes down to it they will be laid off from their job.

What still pisses me off is few of those men will interrupt friends and relatives who are trying to dissuade a younger man (18-28 or so) who has come to the same conclusion.

It wouldn't take much, just a few quick comments when no one is listening, if they aren't in to the whole conflict thing.

It's also entirely possible that a person was brought up in a stable, happy family where they saw the successful marriages of those around them, and would like to emulate them. Saw one or both of their parents working and understood that to support oneself means working. So they went out and got a job. Saw that their faith community brought people together and encouraged them to be better, and wanted to participate in that.

i was raised with two parents and three other siblings. my parents were together until mom died back in 2000. they were very religious.

i got married and it didn't work out and completely eschewed religion. no idea where i'm going with this...

Presumably you weren't at the point of questioning marriage, religion, and so on in your early 20's. There are plenty of men that are, and their relatives all give them shiat for it, sometimes enough to coax them into some dipshiat marriage or congregation that just makes them angry and bitter by 40.

It would be nice if someone who's already walked that road (or the one sans-god and wife) could tell them that it's okay to ignore all their screeching relatives and do what they actually want with their lives.

/Blah blah get a job too of course
//But don't work too much.


i got married at 29 to a woman i'm still friends with. it just didn't work for us.

i'm telling you, man, ignore 'em. i was raised mormon and some of the kids i knew at church were getting married after coming back from their missions -- 21, 22, 23. he was asking me why i wasn't looking for that at 22. my ex and i never had kids, but got the kids questions CONSTANTLY.

enjoy your time. you might find the right woman or you might not. but don't let others stress or guilt-trip you over it.
 
2011-10-06 09:21:35 AM  

Zik-Zak: She draws the line at MMORPGs, though.


This was huge for me. I probably still play nearly the same raw number of hours of video games that I used to, but having switched to single-player games that I can pause makes all the difference in the world. For some reason, when I can pause a game and deal with whatever the little lady is asking about, she rarely bothers me. The one night a week when I have my DnD game with buddies and don't want to be interrupted, she ALWAYS comes into my office, pulls me away from the desk and sits in my lap at least twice in those three hours. Never any other day of the week, though.
 
2011-10-06 09:22:40 AM  

ph0rk: tdyak: I'm posting in this thread as a bookmark. Nothing to see really.

Married, kids, career, college degree. No advice for the dating scene.

Also, someone please tell me why ph0rk is bragging about having 3" to impress the ladies with?

Pair of 3's.

/four inches of guile vs ten feet of claymore and all that.


So you have...two?

/Seriously though, I like the quote.
 
2011-10-06 09:23:15 AM  

Burr: Married -Check
Has a full time job - check
Religious - More then most people in here (which isn't saying much)
Plays Video Games - Check

Wife - Has a degree, no job (she would have one if we needed the extra money however, its her choice). Has dinner ready for me when I get home, would do the laundry (machine is in the basement, so no heavy lifting down stairs) and other household chores if she wasn't in her third trimester for our second child (she tries to do chores anyway, but I stop her). She takes care of our first born (almost 2) and paperwork (pays bills). She kills her own spiders and only has problems with snakes (which is understandable around here)

Of course, I married somebody who grew up as a tom boy in a rural setting where family is more important then a career.

She doesn't care if I play video games either (reasonably, if I have a "honey do" list those come first of course, usually involves things like mowing the yard or cutting up firewood), watches football with me, and enjoys getting dirty and working with her hands, and is one of the few women I know that can drive a car

/happy
//can be both a man-child and a responsible adult


OK, sounds pretty cool, but how exactly do regular farkers get there?
 
2011-10-06 09:23:49 AM  

pxlboy: FirstNationalBastard: Yeah, because Marriage is such a good deal for men, and belief in an invisible sky wizard is the answer to everything.
This is what happens when men realize that the system is against them, and say "fark it".
Women wanted equality, so let 'em have it. They can eat their slice of the shiat sandwich men have had all to themselves for years, and they can like it.
late to the thread, but...
/thread


I'm so glad that there's a place where all the bitter old men can gather to voice their opposition to all the women. They've been oppressed for way too long. Thank goodness guys like you can rise above the subjugation to finally find a voice for the poor white man.
 
2011-10-06 09:25:34 AM  
Just for clarification, does online poker count as a video game, you douche?
 
2011-10-06 09:26:14 AM  

BreezyWheeze: This text is now purple: BreezyWheeze: Yeah I've made it clear to my girlfriend that if we have kids and she fails to produce a manchild for me, then I will still raise my daughter to be able to change a tire, calculate a slugging percentage, write in at least one programming language, and make fart-noises with her armpit.

Anyone who is incapable of simple multiplication should be put down.

Christ by that measure we'd have to euthanize something like one in every twenty high school kids in the south Bronx.


Is that a problem?
 
2011-10-06 09:26:20 AM  
So much stupid in that article

And all in cliche form
 
2011-10-06 09:27:29 AM  

Fizics: This article doesn't surprise me in the least, I had to meet my husband through an exclusive dating service that I paid quite well to weed out the losers that infest the dating scene. The more common services seemed to specialize in the type of "man" that seemed to excel in video games and being unemployed. I finally met my husband through the service, pricey but worth every dollar spent.


Haha, you had to pay for a man. Bet he's cheating on you on the side.
 
2011-10-06 09:29:17 AM  

ph0rk: Father_Jack: maybe he's asian?

Nah, I'm no good at math.


That is weally offensive.
 
2011-10-06 09:30:24 AM  
This has absolutely nothing to do with women initiating pretty much all divorces because "they aren't happy anymore" and taking every bit of money that men worked there entire life for. Nope, I am sure that has nothing to do with it.

Marriage is a guaranteed lose-lose situation for men.
 
2011-10-06 09:33:01 AM  

cryinoutloud: pxlboy: FirstNationalBastard: Yeah, because Marriage is such a good deal for men, and belief in an invisible sky wizard is the answer to everything.
This is what happens when men realize that the system is against them, and say "fark it".
Women wanted equality, so let 'em have it. They can eat their slice of the shiat sandwich men have had all to themselves for years, and they can like it.
late to the thread, but...
/thread

I'm so glad that there's a place where all the bitter old men can gather to voice their opposition to all the women. They've been oppressed for way too long. Thank goodness guys like you can rise above the subjugation to finally find a voice for the poor white man.


keep your sarcasm. such was not my experience, but i have seen it firsthand. i also like how you specified "white men", as though only white dudes have ever been stuck in crappy marital, parental, and post-marital situations.

get farked.
 
2011-10-06 09:33:35 AM  

cryinoutloud: Thank goodness guys like you can rise above the subjugation to finally find a voice for the poor white man.


hey we've had a rough week. facebook changes, no iphone 5, and steve jobs died. be nice to white guys.
 
2011-10-06 09:37:26 AM  

Andrew Wiggin: cryinoutloud: Thank goodness guys like you can rise above the subjugation to finally find a voice for the poor white man.

hey we've had a rough week. facebook changes, no iphone 5, and steve jobs died. be nice to white guys.


can you see the new FB where you are yet?

theyve yet to roll it out here in europe. im kinda looking fwd to it.
 
2011-10-06 09:40:42 AM  
my xbox isn't fat so it gets a lot more attention.
 
2011-10-06 09:42:24 AM  
Lot's of confirmed bachelors in here. NTTAWWT
 
2011-10-06 09:45:45 AM  

pxlboy: i'm telling you, man, ignore 'em. i was raised mormon and some of the kids i knew at church were getting married after coming back from their missions -- 21, 22, 23. he was asking me why i wasn't looking for that at 22. my ex and i never had kids, but got the kids questions CONSTANTLY.

enjoy your time. you might find the right woman or you might not. but don't let others stress or guilt-trip you over it.


Oh, I'm good (though I expect certain persons might start in about kids soon enough). I can just see some guys that might be either on the fence or having doubts getting pressured into a marriage and kids and realizing later they hate it, when just one respected older friend could have told them it was okay not to.

I'm thinking in the aggregate, though - lets prevent bad marriages before they start, kind of thing.
 
2011-10-06 09:47:49 AM  

Domino's Fiend: GalFriday: So, where do you meet these men? I love video games, have no use for marriage, and am not religious at all, but would like companionship for the video game playing and hanging out in bars. Also sex.

Do I need to start looking in basement windows to find them?

As suggested above, doubt you'd have many real problems getting men if you're into anything remotely nerdy. Depends what sort of videogame playing guy you're after. If you're after the socially astute male who just happens to play games, then you have the exact same problem as every other woman, which means the age old haunts and meat markets of doom. I would suggest looking online, but gamers en masse can be resistant to women in their group.

In all seriousness though, most guys in their 20s are gamers to some extent. And yes, some of them even live above ground. (Though they have decorated their rooms to look like basements)


What if you want them older than 20's? I am in my 30's.
 
2011-10-06 09:48:18 AM  
I've played video games all my life and they are awesome.

Church is stupid. Church is a waste of time. Video games are a waste of time, to, but at least they are fun.

Getting married is out dated.

Men don't want you anymore, ladies. I can rub one out in about a minute and then I'm back to playing XBOX.

Masturbation is fantastic.
 
2011-10-06 09:50:36 AM  

ph0rk: Father_Jack: enforcerpsu: Fizics: This article doesn't surprise me in the least, I had to meet my husband through an exclusive dating service that I paid quite well to weed out the losers that infest the dating scene. The more common services seemed to specialize in the type of "man" that seemed to excel in video games and being unemployed. I finally met my husband through the service, pricey but worth every dollar spent.

Who wants to give her the "only common denominator" tip? I'd do it but I have stuff to do.

gotta be at the gym in 26 minutes?

I meet the description of the "failed" man in the article and haven't been single for much longer than a couple months since age 18 or so.

In general, any woman complaining about an inability to find suitable men is either:

a: crazy
b: has standards too high
c: some combination of the above


Sympathy? farking none. You hold all the cards in the of sex, so if you can't manage to win with that hand, tough shiat.

/I'll continue to bluff my way to victory with a pair of 3's.


That's pretty much it.

Lol. I knew my stuff to do thing was gonna get 26 minutes treatment.

This thread has been fun to read. I just hope my luck doesn't run out when I get married next year.

My fiance likes doing the "girl" stuff around the house. Were both college educated and both have jobs. I play video games and still found a great woman. The article is full of opinion-as-fact BS.

Were doing just fine and she hates some of my hobbies. But she respects them!
 
2011-10-06 09:51:23 AM  

GalFriday: What if you want them older than 20's? I am in my 30's.


If you can't find gamers in their 30's there must be some hidden standard you aren't telling us about. There are shiat-tons of them about, and attention-whoring on the internet is a great way to find them.


So: either you are lying, or you're lying through omission.

Or you're clinically insane, but I guess that's going to fall under option two.


Chicks that even remotely like/tolerate geeky stuff are big fish in small ponds. They have no shortage of geeks to hit/get hit by. I don't believe you.
 
2011-10-06 09:51:30 AM  
Go ahead fellas...keep telling yourself that it's perfectly OK to play video games into your 30's...

\It's not, but, whatever...
 
2011-10-06 09:53:56 AM  
/because girls dont play video games

and waitamin...if guys are, en-mass, not getting married...then who are all the girls marrying?!


ALIEMS!
 
2011-10-06 09:54:09 AM  
Let's see, men seem to want to be happy, lower their stress level for once in farking history and just enjoy themselves.

Oh no, it's the end of the world!

When times are tough, men shine. When times are easy, women shine. Times are as easy as they have ever been.

Men have a really good bullshiat detector (compared to women) and we know better when effort is being wasted.

What's funny is that all the fields women enter will slowly become less and less respected and interesting. Men have the energy. The world follows the energy.
 
2011-10-06 09:55:03 AM  

fatimcgee: Go ahead fellas...keep telling yourself that it's perfectly OK to play video games into your 30's...

\It's not, but, whatever...


Here's where you educate us on what we should be doing with our time...
 
2011-10-06 09:56:01 AM  

bobbydigital20g: /because girls dont play video games

and waitamin...if guys are, en-mass, not getting married...then who are all the girls marrying?!


ALIEMS!


The same small group of mature, rich a-holes over and over. Those guys trade 'em in every few years.
 
2011-10-06 09:56:41 AM  

BreezyWheeze: But there's a difference between that being one of life's pursuits and those guys who seem to lose all rationality and judgment as soon as [sex] comes into the picture (e.g. Andrew Weiner, Mark Foley, etc)...


...i. e., sex addicts. Sex addiction probably figures into the problems discussed in this thread. If you wonder if you're a sex addict, check out the questions and link below.

To complete the test, answer each question by placing a check in the appropriate yes/no column (self-scoring test at the site).

1. Were you sexually abused as a child or adolescent?
2. Did your parents have trouble with sexual behavior?
3. Do you often find yourself preoccupied with sexual thoughts?
4. Do you feel that your sexual behavior is not normal?
5. Do you ever feel bad about your sexual behavior?
6. Has your sexual behavior ever created problems for you and your family?
7. Have you ever sought help for sexual behavior you did not like?
8. Has anyone been hurt emotionally because of your sexual behavior?
9. Are any of your sexual activities against the law?
10. Have you made efforts to quit a type of sexual activity and failed?
11. Do you hide some of your sexual behaviors from others?
12. Have you attempted to stop some parts of your sexual activity?
13. Have you felt degraded by your sexual behaviors?
14. When you have sex, do you feel depressed afterwards?
15. Do you feel controlled by your sexual desire?

There are 45 questions altogether. Here's the Link (new window)
 
2011-10-06 09:57:47 AM  
FTFA: "Where are the decent single men?"

We're over here, masturbating to pictures of hotter women than you that we found on the internet.

*waves slimy hand*

Have a nice day.
 
2011-10-06 09:57:55 AM  
Never discount the "women must have something to complain about" factor. When all the unemployed video-gaming guys start hammering away at the full-time-and-then-some jobs and going to the gym instead of the gaming lounge, they women will be biatching and moaning about how the men work to much and are never around and whaaaahh whaaaahhh, oh RICKEEEEEEE.

Always some goddamn thing. I tellya, if I didn't like the pussy and round female hips 'n ass so much I'd go Ghey and fully divest from the womens altogether. Nothing but trouble.
 
2011-10-06 09:58:03 AM  
ITT:

weknowmemes.com
 
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