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2012-05-03 12:02:46 PM  
Well, maybe

Cythraul: FTA: "I feel I've been humiliated, you know, I mean, my reputation has been tarnished," he said.

Gee, thanks. I guess I should go kill myself now.


See, you're making the assumption that he's humiliated because people think he's gay.

I prefer to think that his shame is that people now know that he shops at Best Buy.
 
2012-05-03 12:03:14 PM  
On my birthday, my buddies changed my iphone app dating profile from Women [25-32] to Men [40-55] and "Edited" my description. 3am that night, I work up to my phone blowing with old hairy guys looking for booty calls. I got at least 9 messages that night... I never got that kind of response with the ladies.

:(

They though it was sooooo funny.

/csb
 
2012-05-03 12:03:16 PM  

Cythraul: Pocket Ninja: Geek Squad are the SEALs of Best Buy.

You have that much faith in Geek Squad? All my IT friends tell me they suck, hard core.


well, being a SEAL of BB is like being a card carrying member of the Salvation Army.
 
2012-05-03 12:03:36 PM  
Imagine if this scenerio was reversed. If a Best Buy employee posted "I am not really gay, I am straight" on a gay guys facebook wall.

We would not even hear about it.

This guy needs to grow up and move on. His 15 seconds ran out a long time ago.
 
2012-05-03 12:03:59 PM  
His fault for buying anything at BestBuy
 
2012-05-03 12:04:22 PM  
I'm gonna be honest, Rich Dewberry is a pretty gay name. He might want to consider legally changing it to something less gay, like Bruce Liberace, or Kyan Sigfried or something.
 
2012-05-03 12:04:30 PM  

mrtremere: On my birthday, my buddies changed my iphone app dating profile from Women [25-32] to Men [40-55] and "Edited" my description. 3am that night, I work up to my phone blowing with old hairy guys looking for booty calls. I got at least 9 messages that night... I never got that kind of response with the ladies.

:(

They though it was sooooo funny.

/csb


gotta admit, that is kinda funny
 
2012-05-03 12:04:56 PM  

M-G: Grables'Daughter: Yeah, I read that and thought it was a pretty shiatty thing for him to say.

Yeah, it seems like it. He may be complete bigot. But it may simply be the sad truth, as being gay is still seen as something terrible by a significant portion of the population.


That really is mind blowing to me.

My mother's church took a strong stand against gays and made it clear that homosexuals were deviants and were not welcome. My mother quit going to the church.

So did just about everyone else, apparently.

They called her and said that they were reaching out to former members that have recently left, and asked if she would be willing to come in and talk to them. She said "I don't need to come in. I'll tell you right now why I left."

The church did not change their stance, and was recently sold for $1.00 to another, larger church as a satellite church. Now attendance is through the roof.
 
2012-05-03 12:07:24 PM  

Cythraul: Pocket Ninja: Geek Squad are the SEALs of Best Buy.

You have that much faith in Geek Squad? All my IT friends tell me they suck, hard core.


They do suck. Geek Squad is a joke. I've had to clean up after them so many times for clients of mine, it's ridiculous. Oh yeah, and This(Pops).
 
2012-05-03 12:07:35 PM  

SuburbanCowboy: Best Buy sucks. and remember, NOBODY Beats the Wiz!!


Somebody beat the Wiz.

/I hate that guy,
 
2012-05-03 12:07:38 PM  

Grables'Daughter: The church did not change their stance, and was recently sold for $1.00 to another, larger church as a satellite church. Now attendance is through the roof.


That seems rather inconvenient. What happened to the front door?
 
2012-05-03 12:07:49 PM  

mrtremere: On my birthday, my buddies changed my iphone app dating profile from Women [25-32] to Men [40-55] and "Edited" my description. 3am that night, I work up to my phone blowing with old hairy guys looking for booty calls. I got at least 9 messages that night... I never got that kind of response with the ladies.

:(

They though it was sooooo funny.

/csb


You know what would have been more funny. If you had not mentioned it for a couple of days and then the next time you spoke to one of your friends responsible for the prank and said, "The weirdest thing happened to me the other day. Somehow my dating profile got switched over to a gay profile and a bunch of middle-aged, gay guys started messaging me. You might want to talk to your dad, by the way, and tell him I'm not interested."
 
2012-05-03 12:07:58 PM  

Mr Guy: JackieRabbit: If people want to believe I'm gay, what do I care?

I get hit on by gay guys ALL THE FRIGGING TIME. I get hit on by gay guys even when I'm out on a date with my girlfriend. The first couple of times it confused me. The next few times it bothered me, a little. I decided a long time ago, though, that I could either try and figure out why I set off gay guys gaydar, or I could just decide that gay guys tend to have good taste, and take it as a compliment. Gay catnip is better than being gay repellant, I guess.


You could also just go gay. I mean look at all the ass you're turning down!
 
2012-05-03 12:08:22 PM  

HairBolus: notalwaysright: Do people really think the people fixing the phone aren't going to snoop?

I thought repair guys are required to snoop. Consider all of the Heroes who have outed pedophiles based on what they find while fixing the hardware.

// I would like to see the large stash of non kiddie pics and vids that repair shops think its is fun to offload from machines under repair.


When was the last time you had your moral compass re-magnetized?
 
2012-05-03 12:11:07 PM  

Snarfangel: I think Best Buy should do the honorable thing, and put up the following picture and description in every store:

[static8.businessinsider.com image 400x300]
This guy? Totally not gay.
He is, however, a Rich Dewberry


This would make a good meme. And, it's not like he could be pissed at the meme, because, he's NOT GAY.
 
2012-05-03 12:11:11 PM  

Grables'Daughter: M-G: Grables'Daughter: Yeah, I read that and thought it was a pretty shiatty thing for him to say.

Yeah, it seems like it. He may be complete bigot. But it may simply be the sad truth, as being gay is still seen as something terrible by a significant portion of the population.

That really is mind blowing to me.

My mother's church took a strong stand against gays and made it clear that homosexuals were deviants and were not welcome. My mother quit going to the church.

So did just about everyone else, apparently.

They called her and said that they were reaching out to former members that have recently left, and asked if she would be willing to come in and talk to them. She said "I don't need to come in. I'll tell you right now why I left."

The church did not change their stance, and was recently sold for $1.00 to another, larger church as a satellite church. Now attendance is through the roof.


I'm not religious, so pardon my ignorance in this...

but...

isn't being a devout (fill in the blank with religion of your choice) basically saying you're anti-gay? I don't know of any Christian/Catholic/Jewish based religion that says gay relationships are okay...

kind of odd that people going to church to read a Bible would leave the church for enforcing the rules in teh Bible...?
 
2012-05-03 12:11:53 PM  

Snarfangel: Grables'Daughter: The church did not change their stance, and was recently sold for $1.00 to another, larger church as a satellite church. Now attendance is through the roof.

That seems rather inconvenient. What happened to the front door?


Everyone keeps trying to enter the church like the figure God would.
 
2012-05-03 12:12:01 PM  
HairBolus:
I thought repair guys are required to snoop. Consider all of the Heroes who have outed pedophiles based on what they find while fixing the hardware.

// I would like to see the large stash of non kiddie pics and vids that repair shops think its is fun to offload from machines under repair.

I am sure it happens but most of us don't snoop. I have only had to call the police once and that was because of a desktop picture. It was a "what has been seen cannot be unseen" situation..
 
2012-05-03 12:12:23 PM  
I seem to remember some news org changing the bios on their laptop to point to a HD that did not contain the laptop's OS and taking it into BB for them to 'repair'. They said the HD was fried and would likely need a new motherboard as well.

Evil...
 
2012-05-03 12:12:46 PM  

DoBeDoBeDo: Mr Guy: JackieRabbit: If people want to believe I'm gay, what do I care?

I get hit on by gay guys ALL THE FRIGGING TIME. I get hit on by gay guys even when I'm out on a date with my girlfriend. The first couple of times it confused me. The next few times it bothered me, a little. I decided a long time ago, though, that I could either try and figure out why I set off gay guys gaydar, or I could just decide that gay guys tend to have good taste, and take it as a compliment. Gay catnip is better than being gay repellant, I guess.

You could also just go gay. I mean look at all the ass you're turning down!


My girlfriend has a better ass, and she's got boobs.

I mean, I have gay friends. I can respect them. But dude, how do you decide boobs are unnecessary?
 
2012-05-03 12:13:03 PM  

ihatedumbpeople: Grables'Daughter: M-G: Grables'Daughter: Yeah, I read that and thought it was a pretty shiatty thing for him to say.

Yeah, it seems like it. He may be complete bigot. But it may simply be the sad truth, as being gay is still seen as something terrible by a significant portion of the population.

That really is mind blowing to me.

My mother's church took a strong stand against gays and made it clear that homosexuals were deviants and were not welcome. My mother quit going to the church.

So did just about everyone else, apparently.

They called her and said that they were reaching out to former members that have recently left, and asked if she would be willing to come in and talk to them. She said "I don't need to come in. I'll tell you right now why I left."

The church did not change their stance, and was recently sold for $1.00 to another, larger church as a satellite church. Now attendance is through the roof.

I'm not religious, so pardon my ignorance in this...

but...

isn't being a devout (fill in the blank with religion of your choice) basically saying you're anti-gay? I don't know of any Christian/Catholic/Jewish based religion that says gay relationships are okay...

kind of odd that people going to church to read a Bible would leave the church for enforcing the rules in teh Bible...?


You've got the wrong girl here to ask.

/atheist
 
2012-05-03 12:13:27 PM  
"I feel I've been humiliated, you know, I mean, my reputation has been tarnished," he said.

Is he talking about his former reputation as an intelligent consumer?
 
2012-05-03 12:13:53 PM  

Jodeo: What a Best Buy employee might look like:


Came here for this. Leaving extremely satisfied.

/hohohohoho!
 
2012-05-03 12:15:50 PM  
I'd rather let my friends and family think I was gay to save myself the embarassment of them knowing that I took anyting in to get worked on at Best Buy.
 
2012-05-03 12:16:02 PM  

Snarfangel: I think Best Buy should do the honorable thing, and put up the following picture and description in every store:

[static8.businessinsider.com image 400x300]
This guy? Totally not gay.
He is, however, a Rich Dewberry


I'd settle for: "What a pansy may look like."

Seriously, threatening to sue because someone made a joke out of your Facebook page is wimpy to say the least
 
2012-05-03 12:17:24 PM  

Grables'Daughter: ihatedumbpeople: Grables'Daughter: M-G: Grables'Daughter: Yeah, I read that and thought it was a pretty shiatty thing for him to say.

Yeah, it seems like it. He may be complete bigot. But it may simply be the sad truth, as being gay is still seen as something terrible by a significant portion of the population.

That really is mind blowing to me.

My mother's church took a strong stand against gays and made it clear that homosexuals were deviants and were not welcome. My mother quit going to the church.

So did just about everyone else, apparently.

They called her and said that they were reaching out to former members that have recently left, and asked if she would be willing to come in and talk to them. She said "I don't need to come in. I'll tell you right now why I left."

The church did not change their stance, and was recently sold for $1.00 to another, larger church as a satellite church. Now attendance is through the roof.

I'm not religious, so pardon my ignorance in this...

but...

isn't being a devout (fill in the blank with religion of your choice) basically saying you're anti-gay? I don't know of any Christian/Catholic/Jewish based religion that says gay relationships are okay...

kind of odd that people going to church to read a Bible would leave the church for enforcing the rules in teh Bible...?

You've got the wrong girl here to ask.

/atheist


i hear ya...
 
2012-05-03 12:18:10 PM  
Cythraul:
Hardly trolled
, since I have no passionate stance on this issue. I just thought it weird that it seemed he had a high opinion of Geek Squad. I wondered if he knew something I didn't.


You deny being trolled, then admit to being trolled.

I'll give you points for that, but I'm not sure you can use them for anything of value.
 
2012-05-03 12:19:07 PM  

Cythraul: Adolf Oliver Nipples: Cythraul: Grables'Daughter: Yeah, I read that and thought it was a pretty shiatty thing for him to say.

adamgreeney: I felt bad for him until that line. now I think he deserved it.

Yeah, there are worse things in the world to have people assume about your character other than being gay. I was a bit insulted by that remark, but not surprised. For many men, nothing is considered a worse insult than to be thought of as less than a man, which is what people think of homosexuality.

To be fair, he's not homosexual. He now has to explain that to everybody that wants to make a big deal out of it, and since something like that is an inherently private matter to begin with unless you choose to make it public it's easy to see how he could think those things.

What?

To say to the world after people think you may be gay when you're not, "I feel I've been humiliated, you know, I mean, my reputation has been tarnished," is being a prick. His 'reputation has been tarnished,' by people thinking he might be gay? Fark off, man.


Meh. Straight guys don't want ot be gay or considered gay, deal with it. This guy's buddies will likely give him a hard time about it for a while, so he's pissed that Best Buy created the situation. Sure, he would have done better to have laughed it off and his phrasing was awkward, but it's not bad enough to get bent out of shape over.
 
2012-05-03 12:20:47 PM  
ComicBookGuy
"I feel I've been humiliated, you know, I mean, my reputation has been tarnished," he said.

Wow. fark that guy.


Wow, a lot of hate towards a guy for expressing his feelings. No tolerance for people that view the world differently than you, huh.
 
2012-05-03 12:21:25 PM  

Wayne 985: Seriously, threatening to sue because someone made a joke out of your Facebook page is wimpy to say the least


If it were a 'friend' doing it, I'd be mildly miffed. But an employee at a place of business where I give them money? As said earlier...a long, loud dressing down of the manager, in front of the entire store.

/lawsuit? No
 
2012-05-03 12:21:34 PM  

Pocket Ninja: W


How much training does it require to know not to log into a customer's facebook account and post defamatory or potentially embarrassing things as the customer?
 
2012-05-03 12:23:07 PM  
The classy move here would be to respond to that message explaining how bestbuy is the worst company ever then go see the manger quietly and see how many stuff you can get out of them. I got a center channel speaker for 60% off (so basically at actual market price) because future shop pissed me off and then the guy threw in a spool of speaker wire and some burnable dvds too.
 
2012-05-03 12:23:33 PM  

indylaw: How much training does it require to know not to log into a customer's facebook account and post defamatory or potentially embarrassing things as the customer?


Apparently, more than they are getting.
 
2012-05-03 12:25:15 PM  

indylaw: Pocket Ninja: W

How much training does it require to know not to log into a customer's facebook account and post defamatory or potentially embarrassing things as the customer?


.....wow that's bad even by my poor standards. Edit fail.
 
2012-05-03 12:25:47 PM  
either he's totally freaked because he's got unexplored issues
or he's buckin' for a payout

I certainly hope it's the latter
 
2012-05-03 12:26:10 PM  

JackieRabbit: FTFA: "I feel I've been humiliated, you know, I mean, my reputation has been tarnished," he said.

What an asshole. And a homophobe. I wouldn't have worried about it. Once ran into an old high school friend in another city and we decided to have a couple of drinks and catch up. He asked me if I had a partner. I didn't know what he was talking about and he had told me that there'd been a rumor for years in my hometown that I had come out as gay. I just laughed. I told him I wasn't gay and asked him if it would make a difference if I were. He said he'd be pissed and would want to know who had started the rumor. I told him I couldn't care less. If people want to believe I'm gay, what do I care?


Well, if your wife believes you're gay, that might be a problem.
 
2012-05-03 12:26:16 PM  

Cythraul: FTA: "I feel I've been humiliated, you know, I mean, my reputation has been tarnished," he said.

Gee, thanks. I guess I should go kill myself now.


Yeah, there's a touch of homophobia to that. But even without any homophobia at all, it would be an unwelcome invasion of privacy.


jmadisonbiii: The real insult here is not being thought of as gay, but being thought of as the kind of person who is compelled to post his sexual orientation on Facebook.


There's a wide range of "outness" possible between being 100% out and 100% in the closet, and many lbgtq people prefer to live somewhere in the middle, out to a few close friends and/or family members, but not out to the world at large. I seem to recall a study that suggested that this "middle ground" was the best in terms of the gay person's long-term mental health and happiness.

This isn't the study I was thinking of, but it touches on the subject.
 
2012-05-03 12:29:17 PM  

Cythraul: FTA: "I feel I've been humiliated, you know, I mean, my reputation has been tarnished," he said.

Gee, thanks. I guess I should go kill myself now.


Well, then maybe you should, because you shouldn't be upset with this guy, but with the reporter.

What the guy said was shiatty, but he's just some random guy who's been the victim of a prank that did cause him a good deal of personal embarrassment.

You don't know how he votes, you don't know who his friends or family is, you don't know what stances he has taken, all you know is some random guy off the street, the victim of a crime, was quoted as saying something stupid that offends you.

The guy wasn't a politician or preacher or teacher or cop or judge or entertainer, he was just some randoms asshole,

but the reporter printed that as opposed to skipping over it. There was nothing newsworthy about his statement and there was no need to quote it.

And you make it all about yourself and take offense and suggest it's so bad you're thinking of maybe killing yourself.

Humans say stupid things all of the time. They are human. Get over yourself.
 
2012-05-03 12:29:51 PM  
When I was at school, people would frequently leave the public university computers without logging off. I was always tempted to post on their behalf. Something like "I can't live with the secret anymore, I've come to terms with the fact that I'm an alcoholic", or "I'm pregnant - Should I keep it?"

/never went through with it but always wondered how it would play out.
 
2012-05-03 12:30:26 PM  
You people homo-baiting sure do have a short memory. Didn't a gay kid from Princeton kill himself because everybody found out he was gay? I mean he himself was actually gay and had the balls to kill himself in order to admit to the world how shameful and embarrassing it is to be a person that chooses that lifestyle. If it's that bad to be known to be gay when you actually are, can you really fault the victim from this article for knowing and admitting how much his life was ruined because people mistakenly thought he was gay?
 
2012-05-03 12:30:49 PM  

ihatedumbpeople: I'm not religious, so pardon my ignorance in this...

but...

isn't being a devout (fill in the blank with religion of your choice) basically saying you're anti-gay? I don't know of any Christian/Catholic/Jewish based religion that says gay relationships are okay...

kind of odd that people going to church to read a Bible would leave the church for enforcing the rules in teh Bible...?


Short answer: no.

Less short answer: Everyone interprets the rules differently, since there are conflicting rules.

Long answer: this is a thread about insulting Best Buy and Rich Dewberry (snicker).
 
2012-05-03 12:30:54 PM  

ComicBookGuy: "I feel I've been humiliated, you know, I mean, my reputation has been tarnished," he said.

Wow. fark that guy.


Perhaps his reputation was tarnished not because people think that his orientation is other than it was, but because they were led to believe that he'd been lying about it? It's entirely possible that the victim isn't in the least homophobic or anti-gay, but is pissed off because anyone who believed the prank post would've concluded that he'd been lying before.
 
2012-05-03 12:32:01 PM  

Cythraul: Adolf Oliver Nipples: Cythraul: Grables'Daughter: Yeah, I read that and thought it was a pretty shiatty thing for him to say.

adamgreeney: I felt bad for him until that line. now I think he deserved it.

Yeah, there are worse things in the world to have people assume about your character other than being gay. I was a bit insulted by that remark, but not surprised. For many men, nothing is considered a worse insult than to be thought of as less than a man, which is what people think of homosexuality.

To be fair, he's not homosexual. He now has to explain that to everybody that wants to make a big deal out of it, and since something like that is an inherently private matter to begin with unless you choose to make it public it's easy to see how he could think those things.

What?

To say to the world after people think you may be gay when you're not, "I feel I've been humiliated, you know, I mean, my reputation has been tarnished," is being a prick. His 'reputation has been tarnished,' by people thinking he might be gay? Fark off, man.


Look, it's this simple. Most straight guys tolerate homosexual men in that they don't fear or have any reason to berate them. However, most straight men would not want to be thought of as gay when they aren't.

It's one thing if i a gay guy hits on me and in a conversation i tell him, "Thanks, but no thanks, I'm not gay." I'm not offended at the idea, but i wouldn't want someone changing my facebook status (If was dumb enough to have a facebook page) telling the world that i was gay when i'm not.

I get what he's saying, but he could have used a better turn of phrase. In the end it's really nothing more than an inconvenience having to tell the same story 100 times or just post it on facebook since all those idiots are looking at his facebook anyway.

If there is anything you should take away from this it's that facebook is just awful.
 
2012-05-03 12:32:08 PM  

RoyBatty: Cythraul: FTA: "I feel I've been humiliated, you know, I mean, my reputation has been tarnished," he said.

Gee, thanks. I guess I should go kill myself now.

Well, then maybe you should, because you shouldn't be upset with this guy, but with the reporter.

What the guy said was shiatty, but he's just some random guy who's been the victim of a prank that did cause him a good deal of personal embarrassment.

You don't know how he votes, you don't know who his friends or family is, you don't know what stances he has taken, all you know is some random guy off the street, the victim of a crime, was quoted as saying something stupid that offends you.

The guy wasn't a politician or preacher or teacher or cop or judge or entertainer, he was just some randoms asshole,

but the reporter printed that as opposed to skipping over it. There was nothing newsworthy about his statement and there was no need to quote it.

And you make it all about yourself and take offense and suggest it's so bad you're thinking of maybe killing yourself.

Humans say stupid things all of the time. They are human. Get over yourself.


With a post like that. Maybe you are the one who should get over yourself. In other words, I care a lot about what you have to say. Please continue.
 
2012-05-03 12:35:52 PM  
So the BestBuy employee updated the guy's facebook status without his permission? I thought we lived in a day and age where they could charge the BB employee with wire tapping,using a weapon of mass destruction, etc. I guess the DoHLS is slipping these days.

/didn't rta
 
2012-05-03 12:36:52 PM  

ihatedumbpeople: isn't being a devout (fill in the blank with religion of your choice) basically saying you're anti-gay? I don't know of any Christian/Catholic/Jewish based religion that says gay relationships are okay...


If you want an honest answer, from someone who is perfectly willing to calmly and rationally discuss the Bible as it applies to daily life, using actual scripture, homosexuality is a sin. Christianity is extremely clear that all sin (you know, judging others, homosexuality, hatred, anger, not using your resources for good) is equally bad. Christians are given, that I can find, exactly one instruction to avoid sinners. That's when the sin is SO COMPELLING that you simply can't resist it. Paul gave permission, in 1 Corinthians 5, to a specific church to kick out a group of people who were sleeping around (probably committing incest) and just generally being promiscuous through the church. Those people were claiming they were able to sleep with anyone they want, any time they wanted, because the Bible freed them from worrying about sin.

All Paul says is if someone is using the church to claim to be pure, holy, and just, and their behavior is blatantly immoral, you can't let them keep calling themselves a member of your church, because it tarnishes us all.

You know, so if your church is using the pulpit to spread hatred against someone for one specific sin, whether that sin is homosexuality, speeding, failure to pay your taxes, etc, you absolutely should, as endorsed by Paul, leave that church and point out they are failing horribly as Christians, and the reason you should do that is because they will bring you ALL into sin. In other words, God doesn't seem to care so much about the homosexual part, so much as He cares about hypocrisy in the church turning people away from God.

Homosexuality is a definitional sin because you can't continue mankind without sexual reproduction. That's it, folks. Why do we obsess about it?
 
2012-05-03 12:37:15 PM  

AndreMA: ComicBookGuy: "I feel I've been humiliated, you know, I mean, my reputation has been tarnished," he said.

Wow. fark that guy.

Perhaps his reputation was tarnished not because people think that his orientation is other than it was, but because they were led to believe that he'd been lying about it? It's entirely possible that the victim isn't in the least homophobic or anti-gay, but is pissed off because anyone who believed the prank post would've concluded that he'd been lying before.


That was my take on it, that his reputation as an honest husband to his wife was tarnished, and/or that he'd been living a lie to his friend and family.

But whatever, people jump on any reason to get offended I guess.
 
2012-05-03 12:37:40 PM  
Lucky bastard is probably going to get a settlement that is worth a lot more to him than the "pain" and "humiliation" of the experience. You can call me gay all day long for $1 million.
 
2012-05-03 12:39:22 PM  

jaybeezey: Look, it's this simple. Most straight guys tolerate homosexual men in that they don't fear or have any reason to berate them. However, most straight men would not want to be thought of as gay when they aren't.


As a straight man (from Texas, no less), let me just say that this is nonsense. Why should I care if people think I'm gay? My girlfriend knows that I'm straight, and everyone else can mind their own business.
 
2012-05-03 12:40:18 PM  
"Each year, every employee of Best Buy is asked to review and sign our Code of Ethics, which includes details on how they are expected to handle customer information."

Exactly. He should have kept the customer's flaming gayness to himself. Just because you're aware of something doesn't mean it's ethical to go spreading it around w/o asking the involved parties first.
 
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