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2012-03-21 11:19:51 AM  
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i made my new "welcome to fark" pic
 
2012-03-21 11:20:05 AM  

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Niiiice.
 
2012-03-21 11:20:20 AM  
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2012-03-21 11:20:23 AM  
TL;DR time!

My wife made an interesting point when I was ranting about Lori being completely psychotic. Lori is the very last person in the group to truly 'get it'. Everyone else, including Carl, has figured out that this shait is very dangerously real. Lori, however, has relied on the protection of Shane, and then Rick, and then Rick/Shane, to be protected and buffered for the icky nastiness.

Her terrible behavior starts to make sense when you think about Lori, not through her motivations, but the type of woman she was pre-zombie. Lori was a soccer mom. She had time to cook dinner and scrapbook before picking Carl up from school. She had plenty of time to iron Rick's uniform while Carl played in the yard before dinner. "Where's Carl?!" seem like a pretty natural response for a woman not used to keeping an eye on her kid, ever.

Flipping the Taurus was another good example. She was just going to go out and find her hubby. Like going to the store for groceries. Not bright, but understandable when seen through the lens of her as clinging to the pre-zombie world concept.

This was especially evident in her biotchy little snark-fest in the kitchen with Andrea. Here she is griping about laundry and dinner. Andrea had every right to lash back because clean laundry and a hot dinner are so far down the priority scale at this point. Lori is still clinging to the sense of normalcy that she had before.

Dale didn't have shiat on Lori in being delusional about wanting things back the way they were. Dale at least understood the dangers of losing the group's moral compass. Lori, on the other hand, has no concept of the group outside of her relationship with whoever will be able to provide her with something resembling normalcy. That's why she was uber-pissed at Rick for upsetting that balance and endangering her snowflake at the end of the season.
 
2012-03-21 11:20:37 AM  
Sorry here's another thing that pisses me off. Shane takes Rick into the woods for like 10 min, then they get to a area without trees and decide to kill Rick. Rick kills Shane and Carl is there, they turn around and the damn farm is like 1/4 mile away. WTF is up with that?!
 
2012-03-21 11:23:51 AM  

Mentat: they were right for the wrong reasons


Wasn't that a South Park episode ala Terri Schivo?
 
2012-03-21 11:24:11 AM  

brigid_fitch: ***************SPOILER ALERT***********

"Shane is dangerous and you need to kill him before he does something to you/WTF--you killed Shane??"


I interpreted that scene as her being horrified with herself for setting up an impossible situation. The producers on the Talking Dead suggested the same thing. It probably could have been better acted to convey that if it was their intent.
 
2012-03-21 11:24:33 AM  
But Carl carries the fire.
 
2012-03-21 11:24:41 AM  

discgolfguru: I plan to. I am just sorting through the different options on Amazon to get the most issues for my buck, really.


Buy the first six issues as a trade paperback. If you like them, switch to the hardcovers; at 300 pages per book for around $20, they're a freaking bargain.
 
2012-03-21 11:24:43 AM  

The English Major: HAS ANYONE SEEN CARL?!


won't this fark up your text based mmo?
 
2012-03-21 11:25:25 AM  
They should have ended the show at the end of season one. I stopped watching after they changed the show from "The Walking Dead!" to the new format of "walkiing around the farm without zombies". I hope they all get killed by an errant missile launched by a rogue super zombie. End of show. The show became a cure for insomnia after debuting as one of the best shows in a long time. So freaking sad.
 
2012-03-21 11:27:41 AM  
He's okay. It's the character that sucks. Most of the characters need some attention. All of the women are one-note, selfish whiners, T Dog hasn't said more than a handful of words since they got to the farm, and the poor kid is written to just wander off and get in trouble all the time. The writers need to step up their game in season 3. I liked the story this season, but not many of the characters.
 
2012-03-21 11:31:17 AM  

discgolfguru: likefunbutnot: Clearly there are many people reading this thread who have never read the comic.

I plan to. I am just sorting through the different options on Amazon to get the most issues for my buck, really.


I ordered the first 4 book compilations from Amazon on Monday for like $82.
 
2012-03-21 11:32:14 AM  
I don't want to troll and say that this show has terrible writing but this show has terrible writing.
 
2012-03-21 11:35:10 AM  

likefunbutnot: Clearly there are many people reading this thread who have never read the comic.


The comic is irrelevant. This is a TV show.

The writers cannot use the quality of the comic to offset the poor screenwriting.

A television show can only be judged by the merits of what is seen on screen. Requiring your viewer to read the source material or watch follow up shows like Talking Dead is insulting to your audience.
 
2012-03-21 11:35:52 AM  

gluestickralph: They should have ended the show at the end of season one. I stopped watching after they changed the show from "The Walking Dead!" to the new format of "walkiing around the farm without zombies". I hope they all get killed by an errant missile launched by a rogue super zombie. End of show. The show became a cure for insomnia after debuting as one of the best shows in a long time. So freaking sad.


I love posts like this.
Thanks for playing. We have some lovely parting gifts for you.

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2012-03-21 11:37:02 AM  

ordinarysteve: I don't want to troll and say that this show has terrible writing but this show has terrible writing.


Honestly I'm not a really big fan of (comic writer and series producer) Robert Kirkman in general, but you do have to remember that the TV show took a massive hit to its budget and that probably accounts more than anything for spending a half season wandering around looking for zombie-bait-what's-her-name.

I buy the loose comic because I pass them on to someone else who is a much bigger fan than I am and I read them because I already spent the $2.70.
 
2012-03-21 11:37:20 AM  

TNel: My bet is the baby will come out as a zombie and eat her.


I'm hoping it comes out like a chestburster. That would be quality TV right there.
 
2012-03-21 11:38:04 AM  

kumanoki: TL;DR time!

My wife made an interesting point when I was ranting about Lori being completely psychotic. Lori is the very last person in the group to truly 'get it'. Everyone else, including Carl, has figured out that this shait is very dangerously real. Lori, however, has relied on the protection of Shane, and then Rick, and then Rick/Shane, to be protected and buffered for the icky nastiness.

Her terrible behavior starts to make sense when you think about Lori, not through her motivations, but the type of woman she was pre-zombie. Lori was a soccer mom. She had time to cook dinner and scrapbook before picking Carl up from school. She had plenty of time to iron Rick's uniform while Carl played in the yard before dinner. "Where's Carl?!" seem like a pretty natural response for a woman not used to keeping an eye on her kid, ever.

Flipping the Taurus was another good example. She was just going to go out and find her hubby. Like going to the store for groceries. Not bright, but understandable when seen through the lens of her as clinging to the pre-zombie world concept.

This was especially evident in her biotchy little snark-fest in the kitchen with Andrea. Here she is griping about laundry and dinner. Andrea had every right to lash back because clean laundry and a hot dinner are so far down the priority scale at this point. Lori is still clinging to the sense of normalcy that she had before.

Dale didn't have shiat on Lori in being delusional about wanting things back the way they were. Dale at least understood the dangers of losing the group's moral compass. Lori, on the other hand, has no concept of the group outside of her relationship with whoever will be able to provide her with something resembling normalcy. That's why she was uber-pissed at Rick for upsetting that balance and endangering her snowflake at the end of the season.


The whole point of the farm is that Rick (and Lori, though through her own state of mind) are clinging to the idea of normalcy. Others came to get over this idea sooner, and that was a source of escalating tension in the group. The whole damn farm thing could have been succinctly done up in 2 episodes (they could have found the lost girl and burned the barn all right then and there). Dragging it out for as long as they did is just plain terrible.
 
2012-03-21 11:38:34 AM  
Ninja Carl and Stupid Lori, my one major beef with this season is that the zombies have become the stereotypical generic shamblers. In the first season, the walkers were more tragic figures. Even though they were dangerous, they were once people just like the survivors and a great effort was made to present them in a softer light.

- Bicycle Girl, pathetically crawling through the grass to god knows where. Rick's first task once he's recalibrated, is to extend an act of mercy to this person he doesn't even know. As she reaches out to him, you're left to wonder if she's trying to grab him or begging him to put her down.

- Before chopping up the Alley Zombie and smearing his guts on the survivors, Rick takes a moment to go through the man's wallet. Wayne Dunlap, Georgia licence. Born 1979. He had $28 in his pocket when he died. And a picture of a pretty girl. It was a nice message to the audience as well as the survivors.

- The little girl zombie, picking up the teddy bear, given Rick one moment of hope that someone survived.

- Morgan's wife also seemed to retain some degree of her humanity. Somewhere deep down inside, she recognized the house and knew there was something in there that she wanted. The scene of her trying the doorknob and looking through the eyehole was haunting and I'm glad it was Rick at the door and not Morgan.

- With Amy, they avoided the "I'm a walker now and I kill you" cliche. Amy's slow return amplified the tension, but it was the way she came back that worked for me. Instead of just lunging for Andrea, Amy reached up and seemed to caress her hair. You were left with the impression that she might have been trying to communicate with Andrea instead of killing her.

They tried that sort of thing on occasion in Season 2. Sophia obviously, and Beth's mom, though that was ruined by the cliched "Ha! I'm not really dead!" thing. The zombies this season became the typical generic targets for the sharpshooting survivors who a week before couldn't hit a swinging tree branch. Minor complaint, I know, but I think that trait they showed in the first season was what set TWD apart from other zombie takes we've seen.
 
2012-03-21 11:39:25 AM  

T.M.S.: A television show can only be judged by the merits of what is seen on screen. Requiring your viewer to read the source material or watch follow up shows like Talking Dead is insulting to your audience.


I don't think it's irrelevant or insulting since it's pretty clear to me that the show isn't going to diverge from the broad outline of the comic's storyline even if some specific details are changed.
 
2012-03-21 11:41:10 AM  
I hope Lori's baby comes out half-zombie, grows up to be super-badass, gets a sword and a muscle car, and goes around in sunglasses killing zombies.
 
2012-03-21 11:42:21 AM  

Broktun: Mentat: they were right for the wrong reasons

Wasn't that a South Park episode ala Terri Schivo?


More of a Babylon 5 "When you do the right thing for the wrong reason, it taints the act" reference. Shane's philosophy was strictly based on short term survival and he never stopped to think of the long term implications.
 
2012-03-21 11:44:01 AM  
The really sad part is that while Shane was a dick and needed to go... he happened to be played by one of the only halfway decent actor on the whole damn show. Or is it that the directors can't get any nuance out of the other actors? It is like they are all students of the "smell the fart" acting school. Except for Herschel, he is pretty decent... and maybe the biker guy, who is slightly less one-dimensional than the rest of the party.
 
2012-03-21 11:44:47 AM  

Wellon Dowd: 11. There'd be no reason to keep Lori around if Carl is dead.


While Carl's death would certainly be painful for her I could see Rick convincing her to go on for the sake of their unborn child.
 
2012-03-21 11:45:48 AM  
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I'd like to see more of this in season 3.

Carl needs to stay around, but act more like he is in the comics, and less like a total dumbass.
 
2012-03-21 11:47:00 AM  
What the hell does the black guy do all day?
You only see him when a truck needs loading or a mattress needs to be carried up the stairs.
 
2012-03-21 11:47:04 AM  
This outrage at Jake Lloyd, even after 13 years, is just ridiculous. "How dare an 8-year-old boy act like an 8-year-old boy!"
 
2012-03-21 11:47:05 AM  

groppet: Strategeryz0r: TNel: My bet is the baby will come out as a zombie and eat her.

The baby already IS a zombie. It will eat its way through her uterus and pop out of her stomach all zombie baby style a la Dawn of the Dead.

But it cant eat her, babies have no teeth worst it can do is gum her to death


Don't inject reality into my TV..
 
2012-03-21 11:48:41 AM  

brigid_fitch: slayer199: Lori will die before Carl.

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She needs to go, too--especially after last week:

***************SPOILER ALERT***********

"Shane is dangerous and you need to kill him before he does something to you/WTF--you killed Shane??"


her reaction was awkward. I've read on some blogs where it is suggested that she was more appalled at her part/words that brought Rick and Shane to violence against each other.
The shock would be tremendous but the way she played it sure did make it look like she was disgusted with Rick.
 
2012-03-21 11:49:12 AM  

ko_kyi: I hope Lori's baby comes out half-zombie, grows up to be super-badass, gets a sword and a muscle car, and goes around in sunglasses killing zombies.


Can he be black and have silly shapes shaved into the side of his afro?
 
2012-03-21 11:51:42 AM  
I just wish T-Dog would stop talking for an episode. The guy never shuts up.
 
2012-03-21 11:51:45 AM  

Mentat: Ninja Carl and Stupid Lori, my one major beef with this season is that the zombies have become the stereotypical generic shamblers. In the first season, the walkers were more tragic figures. Even though they were dangerous, they were once people just like the survivors and a great effort was made to present them in a softer light.

- Bicycle Girl, pathetically crawling through the grass to god knows where. Rick's first task once he's recalibrated, is to extend an act of mercy to this person he doesn't even know. As she reaches out to him, you're left to wonder if she's trying to grab him or begging him to put her down.

- Before chopping up the Alley Zombie and smearing his guts on the survivors, Rick takes a moment to go through the man's wallet. Wayne Dunlap, Georgia licence. Born 1979. He had $28 in his pocket when he died. And a picture of a pretty girl. It was a nice message to the audience as well as the survivors.

- The little girl zombie, picking up the teddy bear, given Rick one moment of hope that someone survived.

- Morgan's wife also seemed to retain some degree of her humanity. Somewhere deep down inside, she recognized the house and knew there was something in there that she wanted. The scene of her trying the doorknob and looking through the eyehole was haunting and I'm glad it was Rick at the door and not Morgan.

- With Amy, they avoided the "I'm a walker now and I kill you" cliche. Amy's slow return amplified the tension, but it was the way she came back that worked for me. Instead of just lunging for Andrea, Amy reached up and seemed to caress her hair. You were left with the impression that she might have been trying to communicate with Andrea instead of killing her.

They tried that sort of thing on occasion in Season 2. Sophia obviously, and Beth's mom, though that was ruined by the cliched "Ha! I'm not really dead!" thing. The zombies this season became the typical generic targets for the sharpshooting survivors who a week befo ...


I think the human-azation of the walkers was done when they cleared out Hershel's barn and killed Sophia. The directors keep talking about how this show is about how this world changes people. This season was just a really ponderous way to show how the group has transitioned from notions of humanity and comforts to one of survival. That they have become slightly less "human" themselves... I guess.
 
2012-03-21 11:52:02 AM  
The actor playing Carl is fine. You just don't like how the character is written, subby.
 
2012-03-21 11:53:22 AM  

Mentat: Ninja Carl and Stupid Lori, my one major beef with this season is that the zombies have become the stereotypical generic shamblers. In the first season, the walkers were more tragic figures. Even though they were dangerous, they were once people just like the survivors and a great effort was made to present them in a softer light.

- Bicycle Girl, pathetically crawling through the grass to god knows where. Rick's first task once he's recalibrated, is to extend an act of mercy to this person he doesn't even know. As she reaches out to him, you're left to wonder if she's trying to grab him or begging him to put her down.

- Before chopping up the Alley Zombie and smearing his guts on the survivors, Rick takes a moment to go through the man's wallet. Wayne Dunlap, Georgia licence. Born 1979. He had $28 in his pocket when he died. And a picture of a pretty girl. It was a nice message to the audience as well as the survivors.

- The little girl zombie, picking up the teddy bear, given Rick one moment of hope that someone survived.

- Morgan's wife also seemed to retain some degree of her humanity. Somewhere deep down inside, she recognized the house and knew there was something in there that she wanted. The scene of her trying the doorknob and looking through the eyehole was haunting and I'm glad it was Rick at the door and not Morgan.

- With Amy, they avoided the "I'm a walker now and I kill you" cliche. Amy's slow return amplified the tension, but it was the way she came back that worked for me. Instead of just lunging for Andrea, Amy reached up and seemed to caress her hair. You were left with the impression that she might have been trying to communicate with Andrea instead of killing her.

They tried that sort of thing on occasion in Season 2. Sophia obviously, and Beth's mom, though that was ruined by the cliched "Ha! I'm not really dead!" thing. The zombies this season became the typical generic targets for the sharpshooting survivors who a week befo ...


I want to attribute that to the fact that the characters know what they're dealing with in season 2 since they left the CDC. Herschel retained some of that compassion of the fact that the walkers in his barn were "family and friends". To him, the walkers were still human and he continued to treat them as such, feeding them and keeping them sustained hoping he could find a cure. When he understood how dangerous they were after Shane let them out then in the last episode when the farm was overrun, he himself changed into what Rick and his group already knew.

In season one, none of the mains had any idea what was really going on and tried to find a sense of humanity in all of this, almost like viewing one large car wreck where you know the victims have no hope of living but you still cling on to the fact that John Doe had a wife, a couple of kids and maybe some iota of success in their lives. After a few hours, you realize that he is just another man, born to live and live to die and it was his time to go.
 
2012-03-21 11:53:50 AM  

Mentat: In the comics, Shane's fall was pretty fast and due to the fact that he couldn't handle living in this new world. He clung to Lori and Carl like a life preserver and snapped when Rick came back and took her away. Because he fell so quickly, it didn't really have an enormous effect on the group outside of the Grimes family.


Weirdly enough, it never occurred to me that Rick, Lori and Carl might have last names.

Reason Number 11 to kill Carl, of course, is that in this world Carl is going grow up to be a gibbering, murderous sociopath that makes John Wayne Gacey look like Mahatma Ghandi.
 
2012-03-21 11:53:59 AM  
We can all hope for the future.

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2012-03-21 11:57:05 AM  
Direct quote from my wife: "Ugh, why doesn't Lori cut all that hair?!"
 
2012-03-21 11:58:53 AM  

Wicked Chinchilla: This times a hundred. shiat, she is responsible for his death considering she revved Rick up for the confrontation in the previous episode then goes and basically tells Shane that what they had before WAS in fact great but with Rick here.....


Amen. Everything up to her reaction when Rick tells her he killed Shane made perfect sense. In fact, I thought her saying those things to Shane at the start of the episode was a cunning attempt to fire him up to take action against Rick, knowing full well she had given Rick the greenlight to kill him. I thought, "Man, maybe she's not as dumb as I've thought, because that's pretty devious. She just set up a trap for Shane."

Then we get her acting like Rick killed her BFF clear out of the blue for no reason at all.
 
2012-03-21 11:59:47 AM  

discgolfguru: We can all hope for the future.

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This looks shopped. I can tell by the dirty clothes and from seeing quite a few rants about laundry in my time.
 
2012-03-21 12:01:06 PM  

itsdan: brigid_fitch: ***************SPOILER ALERT***********

"Shane is dangerous and you need to kill him before he does something to you/WTF--you killed Shane??"

I interpreted that scene as her being horrified with herself for setting up an impossible situation. The producers on the Talking Dead suggested the same thing. It probably could have been better acted to convey that if it was their intent.


If that's the case then either the director or the actors SERIOUSLY farked up that scene. Her doubling over & nearly puking at the thought of Carl having to put down zombie-Shane makes perfect sense. However, when Rick reaches out to her, she backs away in horror. TWICE. That tells me she's pissed that Rick killed Shane, not that she blames herself. The first back-away I can understand but a second time? Kill the stupid biatch.
 
2012-03-21 12:01:55 PM  
I think Lori's character can still be redeemed. Right now, she's an absolutely worthless, incomprehensible basket case. For example, she wanted to send someone into town to get the guys who went into town to get the guy who went into town to get drunk. Then, there's the whole Kill-Shane/Why-U-Kill-Shane stupidity.

But, if the show can hire writers worth a damn who can add some consistency to their characters' thoughts and actions, she might be halfway worth keeping around.

As for Carl, I'd like to see him fall down a well and stay there.
 
2012-03-21 12:05:33 PM  

Mentat: Ninja Carl and Stupid Lori, my one major beef with this season is that the zombies have become the stereotypical generic shamblers. In the first season, the walkers were more tragic figures. Even though they were dangerous, they were once people just like the survivors and a great effort was made to present them in a softer light.

- Bicycle Girl, pathetically crawling through the grass to god knows where. Rick's first task once he's recalibrated, is to extend an act of mercy to this person he doesn't even know. As she reaches out to him, you're left to wonder if she's trying to grab him or begging him to put her down.

- Before chopping up the Alley Zombie and smearing his guts on the survivors, Rick takes a moment to go through the man's wallet. Wayne Dunlap, Georgia licence. Born 1979. He had $28 in his pocket when he died. And a picture of a pretty girl. It was a nice message to the audience as well as the survivors.

- The little girl zombie, picking up the teddy bear, given Rick one moment of hope that someone survived.

- Morgan's wife also seemed to retain some degree of her humanity. Somewhere deep down inside, she recognized the house and knew there was something in there that she wanted. The scene of her trying the doorknob and looking through the eyehole was haunting and I'm glad it was Rick at the door and not Morgan.

- With Amy, they avoided the "I'm a walker now and I kill you" cliche. Amy's slow return amplified the tension, but it was the way she came back that worked for me. Instead of just lunging for Andrea, Amy reached up and seemed to caress her hair. You were left with the impression that she might have been trying to communicate with Andrea instead of killing her.

They tried that sort of thing on occasion in Season 2. Sophia obviously, and Beth's mom, though that was ruined by the cliched "Ha! I'm not really dead!" thing. The zombies this season became the typical generic targets for the sharpshooting survivors who a week befo ...



Also, the zombies in the church. Just sitting there waiting for salvation like they did when they were still alive. That scene made me feel bad for them. I would've said "Let's leave these church-zombies alone and run the hell out of here."
 
2012-03-21 12:10:49 PM  
Let's talk about Carol for a moment:

I want her to die. She's worthles. But, ....BUT, she has the potential to be a truly worthwhile character if she gets any development in Season 3. There is so much that her character can do to illustrate the change from meek victim of spouse abuse to something akin to a stronger woman.

She still clings to Daryl in the same way Lori clings to Rick/Shane. However, I like it that she really can be a deeply tragic character and can show some depth of emotion.
 
2012-03-21 12:13:01 PM  

brigid_fitch: itsdan: brigid_fitch: ***************SPOILER ALERT***********

"Shane is dangerous and you need to kill him before he does something to you/WTF--you killed Shane??"

I interpreted that scene as her being horrified with herself for setting up an impossible situation. The producers on the Talking Dead suggested the same thing. It probably could have been better acted to convey that if it was their intent.

If that's the case then either the director or the actors SERIOUSLY farked up that scene. Her doubling over & nearly puking at the thought of Carl having to put down zombie-Shane makes perfect sense. However, when Rick reaches out to her, she backs away in horror. TWICE. That tells me she's pissed that Rick killed Shane, not that she blames herself. The first back-away I can understand but a second time? Kill the stupid biatch.


I think it's a mixture of emotions -- I still think she has feelings for Shane and that her & Shane's affair started before the Zombie Apocalypse.
 
2012-03-21 12:14:29 PM  
SPOILER ALERT

When Rick and Hershel drove by Andrea as they were leaving the farm, I was really hoping to hear a faint "fark you, Andrea!" coming from their truck.
 
2012-03-21 12:14:43 PM  
The lack of using axes and sledge hammers is probably due to the budget. firing a squib off on a zombies head from a gun shot might be cheaper and easier to do than putting a pitchfork up through it's skull. It might cost a bunch to make the skulls they smash to reveal the Smuckers jelly inside. I blame AMC for screwing the pooch and not giving the show the budget it needs.

Lori has to obsess about laundry as she probably has a bad case of the feminine itch.
 
2012-03-21 12:18:08 PM  
I don't think it's so much the acting but the writing. The entire series has horrible horrible writing.
 
2012-03-21 12:18:53 PM  
I love this thread to pieces, I haven't laughed so hard in a long, long time. Those shoops/graphics are awesome.
 
2012-03-21 12:18:58 PM  

The Goddamn Batman: SPOILER ALERT

When Rick and Hershel drove by Andrea as they were leaving the farm, I was really hoping to hear a faint "fark you, Andrea!" coming from their truck.


Andrea: "W- wait!"

Herschel: "Dueces, biaaaaaaaaaatch!"
 
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