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2012-06-13 04:52:26 PM

what_now: notmtwain: Her campaign was always going to hinge on the contrast between herself and Brown, whose vote for the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill was contingent upon weakening the Volcker Rule.


If she can't restate that argument more plainly, she will lose.

Except she's running in Massachusetts, the state with the highest literacy and education rates in the country, not Alabama.

We can understand those big words, and will vote accordingly.


Well, most of us can. The bigots and racist crawled from their pits after we elected a black Governor and black President.

1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-06-13 04:54:34 PM

MeinRS6: The media can say that it is neck and neck all they want, but it will be just like when Walker rolled over the libby darling in Wisc.


Dunno how it'll turn out in the end but the last two polls had Brown up +2 then Warren up +2, WI polls weren't that close leading up to the special election.
 
2012-06-13 04:55:08 PM

Cletus C.: I had my reservations.


That made me giggle.

/because she is an indian.
 
2012-06-13 04:57:42 PM

derpdeederp: Mr_Fabulous: I'm the same way, 1/32 Cherokee if I recall correctly. But I'll be damned if I have a document saying so. For that matter, I'd be hard-pressed to prove that I'm 1/4 Scot... or any other ethnic background for that matter.

I would like to see some proof that you are Fabulous.


Without question, that would be even harder to verify.
 
2012-06-13 04:59:13 PM

meow said the dog: Derp derp herp lied about being Native American derp herp herp derp.

I believe I have now covered this thread.


Are you saing she didn't lie? Or that it's OK?
 
2012-06-13 05:00:33 PM

nyseattitude: what_now: notmtwain: Her campaign was always going to hinge on the contrast between herself and Brown, whose vote for the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill was contingent upon weakening the Volcker Rule.


If she can't restate that argument more plainly, she will lose.

Except she's running in Massachusetts, the state with the highest literacy and education rates in the country, not Alabama.

We can understand those big words, and will vote accordingly.

Well, most of us can. The bigots and racist crawled from their pits after we elected a black Governor and black President.

[1.bp.blogspot.com image 400x325]


Ahhhh, this thread was sorely missing trolltastic race-baiting.
 
2012-06-13 05:00:39 PM

nyseattitude: what_now: notmtwain: Her campaign was always going to hinge on the contrast between herself and Brown, whose vote for the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill was contingent upon weakening the Volcker Rule.


If she can't restate that argument more plainly, she will lose.

Except she's running in Massachusetts, the state with the highest literacy and education rates in the country, not Alabama.

We can understand those big words, and will vote accordingly.

Well, most of us can. The bigots and racist crawled from their pits after we elected a black Governor and black President.

[1.bp.blogspot.com image 400x325]


Coakley was an idiot. She still is. She figured she'd sleep-walk through the race and would win because it was Kennedy's seat before. She forgot that most people in Mass don't like her because she's ineffectual and borderline incompetent/negligent at her current job as AG.
 
2012-06-13 05:07:38 PM

3_Butt_Cheeks: nyseattitude: what_now: notmtwain: Her campaign was always going to hinge on the contrast between herself and Brown, whose vote for the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill was contingent upon weakening the Volcker Rule.


If she can't restate that argument more plainly, she will lose.

Except she's running in Massachusetts, the state with the highest literacy and education rates in the country, not Alabama.

We can understand those big words, and will vote accordingly.

Well, most of us can. The bigots and racist crawled from their pits after we elected a black Governor and black President.

[1.bp.blogspot.com image 400x325]

Ahhhh, this thread was sorely missing trolltastic race-baiting.


I've never seen so much racism in my life until Obama won the nomination. When I've lost multiple friends and family members due to color of skin it's not considered race baiting.
 
2012-06-13 05:08:25 PM

3_Butt_Cheeks: nyseattitude: what_now: notmtwain: Her campaign was always going to hinge on the contrast between herself and Brown, whose vote for the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill was contingent upon weakening the Volcker Rule.


If she can't restate that argument more plainly, she will lose.

Except she's running in Massachusetts, the state with the highest literacy and education rates in the country, not Alabama.

We can understand those big words, and will vote accordingly.

Well, most of us can. The bigots and racist crawled from their pits after we elected a black Governor and black President.

[1.bp.blogspot.com image 400x325]

Ahhhh, this thread was sorely missing trolltastic race-baiting.


Everyone knows racism isn't real.
 
2012-06-13 05:08:29 PM

soopey: nyseattitude: what_now: notmtwain: Her campaign was always going to hinge on the contrast between herself and Brown, whose vote for the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill was contingent upon weakening the Volcker Rule.


If she can't restate that argument more plainly, she will lose.

Except she's running in Massachusetts, the state with the highest literacy and education rates in the country, not Alabama.

We can understand those big words, and will vote accordingly.

Well, most of us can. The bigots and racist crawled from their pits after we elected a black Governor and black President.

[1.bp.blogspot.com image 400x325]

Coakley was an idiot. She still is. She figured she'd sleep-walk through the race and would win because it was Kennedy's seat before. She forgot that most people in Mass don't like her because she's ineffectual and borderline incompetent/negligent at her current job as AG.


Agreed, she thought she had it in the bag when she didn't.
 
2012-06-13 05:09:29 PM

MeinRS6: This lying coont is going down hard in Nov.

The media can say that it is neck and neck all they want, but it will be just like when Walker rolled over the libby darling in Wisc.


There's that conservative hatred you spew on a constant basis. Must be a day that ends in a y.

I tell you what, if you're so confident she's going to lose, then make a wager with me.
 
2012-06-13 05:14:50 PM

nyseattitude: I've never seen so much racism in my life until Obama won the nomination. When I've lost multiple friends and family members due to color of skin it's not considered race baiting.


You lost them? What does that mean, exactly. You keep misplacing them?
 
2012-06-13 05:19:05 PM

derpdeederp: what_now: Why are you cons so afraid of a strong liberal woman?

There is something about an angry scolding woman telling me how I should act that is a big turn off.

/Why yes, I am single.


Wow, so you're an investment banker?
 
2012-06-13 05:23:42 PM

MeinRS6: but it will be just like when Walker rolled over the libby darling in Wisc.


You mean with tens of millions of dollars donated from out-of-state?
 
2012-06-13 05:25:15 PM

Bill Murray said I was weird: I tell you what, if you're so confident she's going to lose, then make a wager with me.


That's tempting. But I'd be betting that the voters in Mass aren't total morons - and that's risky. After all, they voted for an alcoholic rapist and murderer for senate for decades, just because he was a Dem from a famous family. I mean, the bar is set pretty low for liberals to win in that state. Maybe Warren could start molesting girl scouts to help improve her image with libby voters there as her October surprise.

On the other hand, there could be a lot of people coming out to vote for RINO Romney, and those same people can fully embrace a guy like Brown.

What do you have in mind for the wager?
 
2012-06-13 05:26:19 PM
Proud Cherokee Warrior Elizabeth Warren

www.prwatch.org

As you can see from this picture, she struggled because of the color of her skin to make it in evil white racist America so that one day she could protect the down trodden from evil white racist imperialism. Often she struggled to hold her tears against the vicious slurs against her native american ancestry.

Vote Proud Cherokee Warrior Elizabeth Warren!
 
2012-06-13 05:26:48 PM

Philip Francis Queeg: Debeo Summa Credo: This woman gets worse and worse. I still hope the dems keep the senate, because the GOP is worse, be she's just so full of shiat.

/i know, she's a politician now.

What exactly did she say that's full of shiat in your opinion? Her criticism of Dimon?


"the JP Morgan scandal shows that the game is rigged"

It's not a scandal, it's a trading loss. JP Morgan will still have a profitable quarter, but liberal politicians get mileage about talking about a 2-3 billion dollar number and claiming it's the end of the world. Nonsense.

"big banks broke the economy....families have lost nearly 40% of their net worth that could have been used to put a kid through college"

First off, the big banks disnt singlehandedly break the economy. Also, that 40% number is determined using the peak of the housing bubble as the starting point. If the gains were illusory, as we can see in hindsight, it really isn't a decrease in net worth.

the average shiathead voter might buy this crap, but as a former bank regulator Elizabeth Warren KNOWS otherwise, yet she spews the bullshiat anyway. That means she is lying.

I know all politicians have to spew bullshiat at some point to pick up the average idiots vote, and Brown might be worse, but she's still full of shiat.
 
2012-06-13 05:30:34 PM
to liberals:

Proud Noble Cherokee Warrior:

www.prwatch.org

Evil White Racist with extra gooey white racist middle who is white:

www.trbimg.com

/this is what liberals actually believe
 
2012-06-13 05:30:56 PM

nyseattitude: keylock71: He's linked to the GOP... That's more than enough for me not to vote for him.

Go Liz!

I will not be voting for him, but he isn't that bad of a guy*

*compared to the raving lunatics that make up their party.


That may very well be... I don't know the man personally.

He associates himself with a party that wants to make my family bear the brunt of paying for the avarice and excesses of the wealthy elite in this country while making sure they don't feel the slightest discomfort from "Austerity" measures... And he's voted for the GOP's solutions more often than not. So no matter how nice of a guy he may be, he's part of a party that essentially wants to put my family in a worse financial position. I've voted for Republicans in many elections, particularly at the local level, but after the last three years, never again. I'm not exactly a big fan of Democrats either, but at least they're not actively trying to fark me in order to defend people who don't need defending.

Sorry, that's the way I feel about and that's the way I'm going to vote.
 
2012-06-13 05:31:40 PM

nyseattitude: what_now: notmtwain: Her campaign was always going to hinge on the contrast between herself and Brown, whose vote for the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill was contingent upon weakening the Volcker Rule.


If she can't restate that argument more plainly, she will lose.

Except she's running in Massachusetts, the state with the highest literacy and education rates in the country, not Alabama.

We can understand those big words, and will vote accordingly.

Well, most of us can. The bigots and racist crawled from their pits after we elected a black Governor and black President.


Wait, I dont get it. You are saying that Massachusetts elected a black governor and voted for a black president, but he fact that they voted for a GOP white guy over a Dem white woman (who ran a terrible campaign) 2 years later means they are racist?
 
2012-06-13 05:31:42 PM

nyseattitude: I've never seen so much racism in my life until Obama won the nomination. When I've lost multiple friends and family members due to color of skin it's not considered race baiting.


You throwing in race and 'racism' during a discussion about Warren and Brown...and seemingly the only one doing so, says either you are so uber sensitive you see racism to some degree nearly everywhere, or you were trolling. Or you are REALLY pissed Warren may have used someone else's race as an identifier, but that's still a stretch. Neither is a good option.

erveek: Everyone knows racism isn't real.


But you have hyberbole/sarcasm on your side.
 
2012-06-13 05:37:42 PM
I don't know who this chick is but with those high cheek bones I bet she must be an American-Indian.

Bet she knows some great American-Indian recipes.
 
2012-06-13 05:39:02 PM

Debeo Summa Credo: Philip Francis Queeg: Debeo Summa Credo: This woman gets worse and worse. I still hope the dems keep the senate, because the GOP is worse, be she's just so full of shiat.

/i know, she's a politician now.

What exactly did she say that's full of shiat in your opinion? Her criticism of Dimon?

"the JP Morgan scandal shows that the game is rigged"

"big banks broke the economy....families have lost nearly 40% of their net worth that could have been used to put a kid through college"

First off, the big banks disnt singlehandedly break the economy. Also, that 40% number is determined using the peak of the housing bubble as the starting point. If the gains were illusory, as we can see in hindsight, it really isn't a decrease in net worth.

the average shiathead voter might buy this crap, but as a former bank regulator Elizabeth Warren KNOWS otherwise, yet she spews the bullshiat anyway. That means she is lying.

I know all politicians have to spew bullshiat at some point to pick up the average idiots vote, and Brown might be worse, but she's still full of shiat.


You don't think that Dimon defrauding investors by lying about the magnitude of the loss for months until proxy voting was complete so that he was retained in his position with a huge compensation package is a scandal?
 
2012-06-13 05:40:12 PM

patrick767: FriarReb98
She's a book-smarts academic

Hurrrrrrr. Smart people suck. They don't have no common sense!
Are you 12 years old, a Republican, or both?

To be fair, "smart people suck" appears to be the Scott Brown campaign strategy and it just might work. Ignorant voters hate it when a candidate appears to be smarter than they are. They like guys with trucks who they could see having a beer with...


She has a useless law degree and an even more useless undergraduate degree in babysitting handicapped children (not saying that isn't a noble thing to do, but you don't need a degree for it). Only people with non-biology STEM degrees get to say their smart. Only the Mechanical Engineers get to look down on everyone else.

/would have let her in if it had at least been Economics or Finance
//Econ Finance Major
 
2012-06-13 05:48:31 PM
As long as he's not responsible for Crystal Pepsi. Yeesh.
 
2012-06-13 05:50:45 PM

Philip Francis Queeg: Debeo Summa Credo: Philip Francis Queeg: Debeo Summa Credo: This woman gets worse and worse. I still hope the dems keep the senate, because the GOP is worse, be she's just so full of shiat.

/i know, she's a politician now.

What exactly did she say that's full of shiat in your opinion? Her criticism of Dimon?

"the JP Morgan scandal shows that the game is rigged"

"big banks broke the economy....families have lost nearly 40% of their net worth that could have been used to put a kid through college"

First off, the big banks disnt singlehandedly break the economy. Also, that 40% number is determined using the peak of the housing bubble as the starting point. If the gains were illusory, as we can see in hindsight, it really isn't a decrease in net worth.

the average shiathead voter might buy this crap, but as a former bank regulator Elizabeth Warren KNOWS otherwise, yet she spews the bullshiat anyway. That means she is lying.

I know all politicians have to spew bullshiat at some point to pick up the average idiots vote, and Brown might be worse, but she's still full of shiat.

You don't think that Dimon defrauding investors by lying about the magnitude of the loss for months until proxy voting was complete so that he was retained in his position with a huge compensation package is a scandal?


I don't think he defrauded investors nor did he lie. The positions themselves were very fluid and complex and I don't think he knew of the nature of the losses until later.

And it's laughable to suggest he held off on information to increase his pay for 2011. The downside for his future career of intentionally lying would far outstrip any decrease in his pay that possibly would have resulted if he had known about it and disclosed it earlier.
 
2012-06-13 05:58:16 PM
The in-laws are still upset about New Coke. I hear about it every holiday.
 
2012-06-13 05:58:23 PM

the opposite of charity is justice: MeinRS6: The media can say that it is neck and neck all they want, but it will be just like when Walker rolled over the libby darling in Wisc.

Dunno how it'll turn out in the end but the last two polls had Brown up +2 then Warren up +2, WI polls weren't that close leading up to the special election.


Liberals were calling Wisc "too close to call" on the air the day of the election.

They will do the same thing in this election.

/How big of a point spread did Walker end up winning by?
 
2012-06-13 05:59:56 PM

Debeo Summa Credo: Philip Francis Queeg: Debeo Summa Credo: Philip Francis Queeg: Debeo Summa Credo: This woman gets worse and worse. I still hope the dems keep the senate, because the GOP is worse, be she's just so full of shiat.

/i know, she's a politician now.

What exactly did she say that's full of shiat in your opinion? Her criticism of Dimon?

"the JP Morgan scandal shows that the game is rigged"

"big banks broke the economy....families have lost nearly 40% of their net worth that could have been used to put a kid through college"

First off, the big banks disnt singlehandedly break the economy. Also, that 40% number is determined using the peak of the housing bubble as the starting point. If the gains were illusory, as we can see in hindsight, it really isn't a decrease in net worth.

the average shiathead voter might buy this crap, but as a former bank regulator Elizabeth Warren KNOWS otherwise, yet she spews the bullshiat anyway. That means she is lying.

I know all politicians have to spew bullshiat at some point to pick up the average idiots vote, and Brown might be worse, but she's still full of shiat.

You don't think that Dimon defrauding investors by lying about the magnitude of the loss for months until proxy voting was complete so that he was retained in his position with a huge compensation package is a scandal?

I don't think he defrauded investors nor did he lie. The positions themselves were very fluid and complex and I don't think he knew of the nature of the losses until later.

And it's laughable to suggest he held off on information to increase his pay for 2011. The downside for his future career of intentionally lying would far outstrip any decrease in his pay that possibly would have resulted if he had known about it and disclosed it earlier.


So the reporters who asked him about the huge losses that he dismissed as a "tempest in a teapot" had better information then he did?

Yeah, I'm sure Dimon is sweating bullets about his future career. It's not like a person could live the rest of their lives in luxury solely off the $23,000,000 he will make this year alone.

Once again you show that it is impossible for your to conceive of the notion that a wealthy person is anything other than noble and honest.
 
2012-06-13 06:00:01 PM

beta_plus: /this is what FOX News tells Republicans to think liberals actually believe


FTFY
 
2012-06-13 06:03:00 PM

MeinRS6: Liberals were calling Wisc "too close to call" on the air the day of the election.


Which ones, specifically?
 
2012-06-13 06:04:58 PM

3_Butt_Cheeks: nyseattitude: I've never seen so much racism in my life until Obama won the nomination. When I've lost multiple friends and family members due to color of skin it's not considered race baiting.

You throwing in race and 'racism' during a discussion about Warren and Brown...and seemingly the only one doing so, says either you are so uber sensitive you see racism to some degree nearly everywhere, or you were trolling. Or you are REALLY pissed Warren may have used someone else's race as an identifier, but that's still a stretch. Neither is a good option.

erveek: Everyone knows racism isn't real.

But you have hyberbole/sarcasm on your side.


Glad to have you. When did you decide to join me?
 
2012-06-13 06:07:07 PM

FriarReb98: keylock71: He's linked to the GOP... That's more than enough for me not to vote for him.

Go Liz!

She's a book-smarts academic, and I seriously doubt she's ever going to be as bipartisan as Brown. Strike that, I seriously doubt she's ever going to vote against her party. I'm not voting for her.


She is already vastly more bi-partisan than Scott Brown, who only stands out in that field when compared to his psychotically obstructive peers.

Deal with it.
 
2012-06-13 06:11:56 PM

beta_plus: As you can see from this picture, she struggled because of the color of her skin to make it in evil white racist America so that one day she could protect the down trodden from evil white racist imperialism. Often she struggled to hold her tears against the vicious slurs against her native american ancestry.


You've got a whole elaborate fantasy world of magical strawmen up in your head, don't you?
 
2012-06-13 06:12:32 PM
C'mon, trolls, you need to step up your game. This is just pathetic. You can do it!

i213.photobucket.com
 
2012-06-13 06:12:42 PM

MeinRS6: the opposite of charity is justice: MeinRS6: The media can say that it is neck and neck all they want, but it will be just like when Walker rolled over the libby darling in Wisc.

Dunno how it'll turn out in the end but the last two polls had Brown up +2 then Warren up +2, WI polls weren't that close leading up to the special election.

Liberals were calling Wisc "too close to call" on the air the day of the election.

They will do the same thing in this election.

/How big of a point spread did Walker end up winning by?


I won a cool grand on the point shaving scandal.
 
2012-06-13 06:13:49 PM
I would like to see the GOP become the fairly responsible center-right sort of party it used to be. I was pleased to see Brown win two years ago because he seems to be the kind of republican who can be a part of that sort of transformation. He's fairly mainstream (pro-choice etc) and he doesn't go around saying crackpot things to satisfy some bunch of fundies. I realize he's in a pretty liberal state, but that's a start.

I also liked seeing him win because Martha Coakley is a completely morally bankrupt prosecutor who has knowingly kept innocent people in prison in order to advance her political career. She doesn't deserve any job. What were democrats thinking?
 
2012-06-13 06:14:34 PM

erveek: Glad to have you. When did you decide to join me?


The promise of large chested asian women bringing pork rinds was the deal sealer.
 
2012-06-13 06:14:37 PM

cameroncrazy1984: MeinRS6: Liberals were calling Wisc "too close to call" on the air the day of the election.

Which ones, specifically?


How bad is your memory? This wasn't that long ago.

You don't recall anyone on the air saying that it was "too close to call"? I know you can't be bothered to go look on youtube or anything. You will demand that I do it for you or "I'm just making it up". And when I do post the link to the vid, you'll come up with some reason for why it doesn't count.
 
2012-06-13 06:23:07 PM
you headline bad and you should feel bad, subby.
 
2012-06-13 06:26:20 PM

3_Butt_Cheeks: erveek: Glad to have you. When did you decide to join me?

The promise of large chested asian women bringing pork rinds was the deal sealer.


Now I'm confused.
 
2012-06-13 06:27:15 PM

Botkin of the Yard: I would like to see the GOP become the fairly responsible center-right sort of party it used to be. I was pleased to see Brown win two years ago because he seems to be the kind of republican who can be a part of that sort of transformation. He's fairly mainstream (pro-choice etc) and he doesn't go around saying crackpot things to satisfy some bunch of fundies. I realize he's in a pretty liberal state, but that's a start.

I also liked seeing him win because Martha Coakley is a completely morally bankrupt prosecutor who has knowingly kept innocent people in prison in order to advance her political career. She doesn't deserve any job. What were democrats thinking?


She's in the lead for the Democrat nomination for governor now that Patrick isn't running again. So whatever they were thinking, they are still thinking it.
 
2012-06-13 06:28:25 PM

MeinRS6: the opposite of charity is justice: Dunno how it'll turn out in the end but the last two polls had Brown up +2 then Warren up +2, WI polls weren't that close leading up to the special election.

Liberals were calling Wisc "too close to call" on the air the day of the election.


There were some people pondering the unusual nature of the special election might result in high enough turnout to skew traditional polls. IMO, that was a legitimate suspicion whether or not it turned out to be the case. The polls still showed Walker ahead by 3-4 points which is what he won by. Your brushstrokes are way too broad.

Also, your "You don't recall anyone on the air saying that it was 'too close to call'?" query sounds like its conflating final results with at what percentage of the vote counted would the various media outlets call it for Walker. Yes, we heard "to close to call" many times tuesday night but it wasn't predicting a Walker loss. I'm having a hard time believing you don't honestly know the difference.
 
2012-06-13 06:29:53 PM

MeinRS6: cameroncrazy1984: MeinRS6: Liberals were calling Wisc "too close to call" on the air the day of the election.

Which ones, specifically?

How bad is your memory? This wasn't that long ago.

You don't recall anyone on the air saying that it was "too close to call"? I know you can't be bothered to go look on youtube or anything. You will demand that I do it for you or "I'm just making it up". And when I do post the link to the vid, you'll come up with some reason for why it doesn't count.


You don't recall avoiding the question by:
-asking the person asking you for supporting proof, to provide said supporting proof themselves
-pretending that you did provide that proof, and then imagining what their reaction will be

It looks like you have this entire argument wrapped up nicely, and you only had to talk to yourself. I would recommend you continue this method of argumentation offline instead of posting subpar troll posts to the intertubes.

And that doesn't even touch on how what you are arguing about is not even remotely related to the topic of TFA.

Which wing of the psych ward are you in? I'd like to come visit sometime.
 
2012-06-13 06:34:30 PM
Callous: She's in the lead for the Democrat nomination for governor now that Patrick isn't running again. So whatever they were thinking, they are still thinking it.

Hadn't seen that before, so thanks for the link. I must say though, that really baffles me. I hope it just has something to do with name recognition.
 
2012-06-13 06:38:03 PM

beta_plus: troll farts


Awww, run out of butt powder again?
 
2012-06-13 06:40:12 PM

Somacandra: If he's responsible for Justin Bieber--well that alone should disqualify him from office.


It should qualify him for drawing and quartering, really.
 
2012-06-13 06:41:42 PM

Debeo Summa Credo: I don't think he defrauded investors nor did he lie. The positions themselves were very fluid and complex and I don't think he knew of the nature of the losses until later.

And it's laughable to suggest he held off on information to increase his pay for 2011. The downside for his future career of intentionally lying would far outstrip any decrease in his pay that possibly would have resulted if he had known about it and disclosed it earlier.


He likely counted on people buying into the former to hide the latter.
 
2012-06-13 06:45:30 PM
bookmakersltd.com
Send her to Oklahoma.
 
2012-06-13 06:49:30 PM

MeinRS6: cameroncrazy1984: MeinRS6: Liberals were calling Wisc "too close to call" on the air the day of the election.

Which ones, specifically?

How bad is your memory? This wasn't that long ago.

You don't recall anyone on the air saying that it was "too close to call"? I know you can't be bothered to go look on youtube or anything. You will demand that I do it for you or "I'm just making it up". And when I do post the link to the vid, you'll come up with some reason for why it doesn't count.


Apparently you don't, otherwise you woudl have named at least one liberal instead of writing a paragraph deflecting.
 
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