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(Ahram Online)   Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Mursi wins Egyptian presidential election, becoming the first non-military president of Egypt   (english.ahram.org.eg ) divider line
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2012-06-24 11:37:55 AM  
10 votes:
The best way to quell Islamism is to make them democratically accountable someplace. Death to whomever becomes a hell of a lot less important when people can't get their trash picked up.

I welcome this move and it is probably the best way to help calm ideological extremism.
2012-06-24 12:09:21 PM  
4 votes:
Didn't the ruling military council just strip many of the presidential powers last week? If so the military is still running things. New boss same as the old boss, etc.
2012-06-24 12:07:59 PM  
4 votes:

SoCalSurfer: Military's tend to be more rational in the long run than theocratic governments.


i.telegraph.co.uk

Known for their rational long-term judgement
2012-06-24 11:41:39 AM  
4 votes:
i48.tinypic.com
2012-06-24 11:48:08 AM  
3 votes:
We don't have a good handle on what any of this means yet.

Could be anything.
2012-06-24 11:38:50 AM  
3 votes:
The Muslim Brotherhood is an umbrella group. Tough to know what this election will mean for Egypt.
2012-06-24 11:38:23 AM  
3 votes:
The Freedom and Justice party (Mursi's party) supports:

- Free market capitalism without "manipulation or monopoly"
- Basis on Islamic law
- Access to wide segment of the population

The Republican Party supports:

- Free market capitalism without government manipulation, but private manipulation is fine
- Basis on Christian law
- Access to narrower segment of the population
2012-06-24 06:06:33 PM  
2 votes:

Flatus: Religion-based government there: awesome.
Religion-based government here: worse than cancer.

You dems are effed up.


1) secular and democratically elected party (awesome)
2) religious and democratically elected party (e.g., GOP or Freedom and Justice Party) pretty good
3) secular dictatorship (bad)
4) theocracy (very bad)

Egypt went from 3 to 2. Basically where the tea baggers would like the US to be.
2012-06-24 01:18:22 PM  
2 votes:

Gdalescrboz: Nogale

You really have to wonder about Muslims. They overthrow oppressive regimes - and vote in Islamists.

Now, the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt has made promises that it won't institute Sharia law, won't force women to cover their hair, etc. Did the Egyptian voters actually buy those promises?


Millions of you libs bought Obama's


I just voted for him because he wasn't a Republican to be honest.

After 8 years of Bush, I didn't think we needed 4 more years of Republican failure.
2012-06-24 12:34:33 PM  
2 votes:
Okay. Apparently, people are working under the assumption that the government in Egypt is structured and functions like the government of America and most other Western nations.

It is not and does not function as you think.

Imagine an American style political struggle between secular/liberal politicians and religious/traditionalist style politicians. That's what dominates in Egypt at the moment, but these struggles focus SOLELY on internal and domestic issues.

Social issues. The economy. Freedom of speech and the lack of jobs in a tourism based economy. Religious concerns over corruption and dealing with political corruption in the government.

Foreign issues are dealt with SOLELY by the military who function almost autonomously and separately from the government itself. Its got its own chain of command and it is not subordinate to the government itself.

Lastly, that military gets a LOT of support and funding and gifts from the U.S in the form of money and second-hand weaponry as long as the military keeps its promises about never going near Israel. Now, combine this with the fact that the military leaders in Egypt are all heavily invested in the tourism trade, you'll find that it would be suicidal on a number of levels for the Egyptian military to do 'anything' aggressive to the Israeli nation.

Anyone suggesting otherwise is ignorant of the situation and/or trolling.
2012-06-24 12:31:36 PM  
2 votes:
So now Republicans are against a conservative party who wants to base laws on their religion from getting into power? OK, so stop running pretty much all of your current candidates in the US.
2012-06-24 12:09:30 PM  
2 votes:

LawrencePerson: Let's see if the Muslim Brotherhood carries through on their whole go to war with Israel promise.


Click link. See main 'war with Israel' link goes to Memri.

Congratulations, you just bought yourself some A-grade Israeli ultra-rightist bullshiat.
2012-06-24 12:07:15 PM  
2 votes:
Egyptians went to the square because of oppression, lack of economic mobility, and neglecting their young people and potential middle class. It wasn't a lack of islamic law, or martyrdom, or Allah. If the MB doesn't focus on secular manners in an intelligent and equitable way, they're farked.

I wpuld guess that the egyptian equivalent of baby boomers (only with way more xenophobia) put the MB in power, and if the MB and boomers try to fark over the revolutionary class, it'll Tahrir square all over again.

The revolutionary spirit is still there, the demands are still there, and if no ones meets them, the protesters will be back.
2012-06-24 11:59:18 AM  
2 votes:

Steigen: "Our capital shall be Jerusalem, Allah willing."


Google quote.

See first link is deadmoran.com.

Ayup. I really recommend googling the quote. Its like a who's who of the derpanet.
2012-06-24 11:58:09 AM  
2 votes:
Doubt if there's any power for the MB to have, after the army grabbed it all last week.
2012-06-24 11:57:35 AM  
2 votes:
There is so much bigoted stupid in this thread. Democracy...only good if I approve of your choice, apparently.
2012-06-24 11:52:55 AM  
2 votes:

steamingpile: Non-military? Riiiiiight......

And to the idiot above the Republicans doesnt want government based in Christian religion, especially the parts about taking away women's rights and killing gays.

But nice troll.


I don't know about killing gays, but the first two things you mention have pretty much become the GOP's official platform.
2012-06-24 11:50:27 AM  
2 votes:
Yeah, quell Islamisim Lupine, the new president said, I quote: "OUR CAPITAL 'SHALL BE JERUSALEM, ALLAH WILLING'..., hey Israel, look what the democrats and graduate students in America helped bring to you, war and death! Democracy is great for women in Egypt too, they will get to wear a sheet and be in fear of men should they want to wear makeup! Cool, thanks Obama, i'm sure the minority of Coptic Christians will enjoy democracy too, oh wait, no, they aren't believers of islame, so, they will be killed, ahh, shucks, but i'm sure the mooslims are excited, they get to kill all them nasty Jewish folk and Christians too, yee haw!
2012-06-24 11:50:22 AM  
2 votes:
Sucks to be a copt today.
2012-06-24 11:50:15 AM  
2 votes:
The Spinx and the the statues of the pharaohs are open for being destroyed now, just like like the Buddhist statues destroyed in Afghanistan. Sad.
2012-06-24 11:48:43 AM  
2 votes:

steamingpile: And to the idiot above the Republicans doesnt want government based in Christian religion, especially the parts about taking away women's rights and killing gays.


I like this. You claim that Republicans aren't real Christians but the Muslim Brotherhood are representative of all Muslims.
2012-06-24 11:45:11 AM  
2 votes:
Morsi wins the election and Mubarek in a coma. I know, I know. It's serious
2012-06-24 11:38:51 AM  
2 votes:
This will end poorly for the entire region.
First order of business: attack Israel and get our asses handed right back to us. Again.
2012-06-24 11:35:42 AM  
2 votes:
Sh*t, when it's between him and Mubarak's former prime minister, I'd vote for him too.
2012-06-24 11:34:27 AM  
2 votes:
In before the "muslims are evil" derp.
2012-06-24 10:41:29 AM  
2 votes:
For what it is worth, I think that was probably the actual election results.
2012-06-24 06:00:56 PM  
1 vote:
Religion-based government there: awesome.
Religion-based government here: worse than cancer.

You dems are effed up.
2012-06-24 05:31:55 PM  
1 vote:

Hector Remarkable: Stantz: I never wanted to the the pyramids anyway

[i229.photobucket.com image 300x300]


Good reference. Too spooky to get airplay?
2012-06-24 05:26:54 PM  
1 vote:

hbomb1129: "After his victory was announced, Morsi resigned from the Muslim Brotherhood and the Freedom and Justice Party, in an apparent effort to send the message that he will represent all Egyptians."

Link



Oh hey look! Important information.
2012-06-24 04:19:32 PM  
1 vote:

KellyX: [i106.photobucket.com image 454x700]


Not mentioned: the Internet Smartass thinks the glass is full. Half full of water, half full of air.
2012-06-24 03:54:28 PM  
1 vote:

ObeliskToucher: AlanSmithee: My coworker in my adjacent cubicle is Muslim, from Egypt. As a matter of fact, she voted there and will return back to Canada later this month. And she strongly believes Morsi won't institute Sharia law.

And yet... she's returning to Canada.

/NTTAWWT


Well, she's got citizenship, is smart as a whip, has a well-paying job,and you can be sure she sends money back home. Oh, and she loves Canada. And Egypt too. Turns out she'd like Egypt to be a bit more like Canada. By living here and telling her relatives back in Egypt how great democracy is, I think she's doing good.
2012-06-24 03:38:04 PM  
1 vote:

barneyfifesbullet: President Obama: This should make the Middle East a calmer, more rational place ... right?


No. Clearly we should be more clear in our hypocrisy.

When we said we wanted to spread democracy throughout the Middle East, we REALLY meant to say we wanted to spread US/Israel friendly democracy throughout the Middle East.

But tell me smart guy, what should have Obama done in this situation?
2012-06-24 02:43:50 PM  
1 vote:
"After his victory was announced, Morsi resigned from the Muslim Brotherhood and the Freedom and Justice Party, in an apparent effort to send the message that he will represent all Egyptians."

Link
2012-06-24 02:23:03 PM  
1 vote:

Nemo's Brother: Will the media still claim Obama is responsible for the Arab Spring now?

Remember how these guys were just a boogey man of the right to undermine Obama's diplomatic success?


No. Do you remember a time you didn't sound so stupid?

No one in a serious position credited this to Obama and those that tried to credit this to Obama were laughed out of the room.
2012-06-24 01:59:30 PM  
1 vote:

Gdalescrboz: Mrtraveler01

Gdalescrboz: Mrtraveler01
Gdalescrboz: Nogale

You really have to wonder about Muslims. They overthrow oppressive regimes - and vote in Islamists.

Now, the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt has made promises that it won't institute Sharia law, won't force women to cover their hair, etc. Did the Egyptian voters actually buy those promises?


Millions of you libs bought Obama's

I just voted for him because he wasn't a Republican to be honest.

After 8 years of Bush, I didn't think we needed 4 more years of Republican failure.

And you got 4/8 more years of Bush

Yeah, i should've voted for McCain. I mean he wouldn't have replicated the Bush years any better than Obama did right?

Let me guess, I should've voted for neo-confederate RON PAUL right?


Sure, i dont care. Anything not Republican/Dem main stream would be nice


Ah I see, you're one of those kind of voters. Not sure what we should vote for but not Obama and Romney.

You come back with someone better than Obama who is not Romney and then you might have something.
2012-06-24 01:38:59 PM  
1 vote:
pnmedia.gamespy.com ...suddenly, he appears?
/not the same brotherhood?
2012-06-24 01:18:21 PM  
1 vote:

Goodfella: Infernalist: Goodfella: Interesting how the military still retains control of the country, and this Morsi guy is just a puppet with little power.

Poor Egypt and her people remain under a military dictatorship that takes its orders from the United States Department of Defense.

Speaking a human being, this is a terrible thing and I wish them luck in finding their way to true freedom.

Speaking a human being lucky enough to be born in the U.S, I'm okay with the current state of Egypt's unofficial military government.


Approves of your attitude:

[i1004.photobucket.com image 262x411]

Hence the reason Americans are correctly referred to as "Little Eichmanns". The lifestyles of the members of any reigning empire, whether it be a Roman plebeian under Julius Caesar, a Kul under the Ottoman Suleiman the Magnificent, or a serf under Queen Elizabeth I, tend to be radically nationalist and disregard the basic human rights of those that their empire oppresses. America and her peasant class are no different.


Well, no shiat, Sherlock. Am I supposed to be protesting against my government because it's doing a bang up job of ensuring that 'I' have a good life and our borders are safe and secure?

As a citizen of the world, I weep for the Egyptian people, but as a citizen of the United States, I'm perfectly fine with our government paying off the military to keep that country from going to war with Israel and throwing the region and the global economy into a farking tailspin again.

Speaking as a human being, it's a terrible thing what's happening to the Egyptians, but as an American, it's the best option available.

Also trollbait comments like 'peasant' are funny. Gimme some more.
2012-06-24 01:16:49 PM  
1 vote:
Jenna Jameson, and Jenna Haze could change the Muslim world.

I truly get the idea that their anger is somehow misprojected homosexual or heterosexual tension. If we dropped Porn DVDs instead of bombs we might get farther.

i read that the inmates in Gitmo smashed TVs when commercials came on where women had bare arms. And their favorite TV show is 'Deadliest Catch', you know, the one where a bunch of manly men are all alone on the high seas, isolated, living in close quarters with no women..

I'll bet Hercules movies would be REALLY big in the Muslim world.

The sad thruth is, Muslims need a Reformation that brings them in line with the 18th Century, let alone the 21st.

Who will be the John Locke of the Muslim world, the Thomas Jefferson? We are still waiting.
2012-06-24 01:02:57 PM  
1 vote:

EvilRacistNaziFascist: willyfreddy: [img41.imageshack.us image 499x171]

I don't have time to track down the reference myself, but when the uprising started I vividly recall the Muslim Brotherhood claiming that they have no intention of ever seeking power in Egypt. It would be awesome, and very educational, if someone could find that reference for us.

Not only that, but during the so-called "Arab Spring" various Farkers assured us that those concerned about the Muslim Brotherhood coming to power were merely pants- wetting, Fox- watching right- wing idiots, and that all Egyptians really wanted to do was harness the awesome power of social media to choose more freedoms for themselves.

The Left: getting sh*t wrong since 1917.


Nah, the thing I really loved is showing the hypocrisy of the right.

For nearly a decade, we heard the GOP go on and on about how we should spread democracy in the Middle East (while we were blowing up Iraq).

Fast forward nearly 10 years later and those same people are outraged that democracy is spreading to Egypt because the Egyptians are not voting for the people we wanted them to vote for.

Honestly, whatever happens there is none of our farking business.
2012-06-24 12:56:59 PM  
1 vote:

Aikidogamer: quickdraw: snocone: Some form of Christianity is in the genes

8/10 - youll get some bites for sure. The combination of science terms and Jesus talk is a nice touch.

I have no issues with this. Science and religion can co-exist. Too many disrespectful fools, secular and religious, make it difficult. Things work in a certain way (science seeks these answers), why can't the process have been started by a deity (religion says god started it). I see no evidence in scripture to indicate science is right or wrong in its activity. Science does not have an explanation for everything so faith a deity did it cannot be proven right or wrong.

"Scientists are the Devil's minion's"
"Religion is for the stupid"

/My more base instincts want me to nail people in both extremes in the genitals with bean bag rounds out of my shotgun. Don't want to kill them, just teach some manners. Good thing I am above base instincts.


We'll stop calling them dumb when they stop building theme parks putting people in the era as the dinosaurs and expecting us to take them seriously.

When they stop trying to gut science education in the name of religious freedom, then we'll stop calling them stupid.

When they embrace discovery and scientific achievement rather than condemn it as 'Satanic', then we'll stop mocking them.
2012-06-24 12:56:40 PM  
1 vote:
So, if I understand this correctly, it means Sarah Palin automatically becomes the Queen of Sheba and Obama has to build her a pyramid.
2012-06-24 12:54:37 PM  
1 vote:

Nogale: You really have to wonder about Muslims. They overthrow oppressive regimes - and vote in Islamists.

Now, the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt has made promises that it won't institute Sharia law, won't force women to cover their hair, etc. Did the Egyptian voters actually buy those promises?


It looks like they are basing their brand of Islamism off of Turkey. Not an entirely bad move. An organically created authentic Middle Eastern democracy won't look like the US or European style, and that is a good thing. Also, women do not cover their head in Turkey and they have an Islamist party governing. I don't actually know their particular stance, but it is not at all that rare to have an explicitly religious party governing an explicitly secular state and like it that way. It would be saying Germany is a Christian hellhole because it's governed by the Christian Democrats.
2012-06-24 12:49:52 PM  
1 vote:
24.media.tumblr.com
Which one of you is this guy? I'm sensing strong overtones of 'murica...fark ya in here
2012-06-24 12:38:29 PM  
1 vote:

RoyBatty: foxyshadis: Jim_Tressel's_O-Face: Steigen: "Our capital shall be Jerusalem, Allah willing."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=9znepNvkrxI #t =18s

If any farkers speak arabic (do you?) maybe you can tell us what is actually being said.


That isn't even Morsi. That is Safwat Hegazi, a radical imam. It's just far-right wing Israeli propaganda that deadmoran and others cited without fact-checking....who'd have thunk it.
2012-06-24 12:20:58 PM  
1 vote:

LawrencePerson: Let's see if the Muslim Brotherhood carries through on their whole go to war with Israel promise.

I wonder how long it would take the IDF to recapture Sinai. I'm putting the over/under at 72 hours.


Your blog sucks, and you are a chickenhawk pussy.
2012-06-24 12:18:08 PM  
1 vote:

darkedgefan: Why do we let these retards vote anyway? Yes, I know we really can't do much in this world since no one fears the U.S anymore. But would have been nice if we could have done something... Now we have to deal with a new radical Islamic gov in the Middle East. Yea!!


WE HAVE TO DO SOMETHING!!! is the cause of a great many evils perpetuated throughout history, and tends to snowball quickly, often to the horror of who originally called for something, anything to be done.
2012-06-24 12:17:50 PM  
1 vote:
Lordy lordy... here is one of those threads where American conservatives care about women's rights. Brown foreign women at that! Tell me another one, boys! Muslims!!! Booga Booga!
2012-06-24 12:11:11 PM  
1 vote:

Igor Jakovsky: Didn't the ruling military council just strip many of the presidential powers last week? If so the military is still running things. New boss same as the old boss, etc.


Yes. The President has no power, and the military directly controls all legislative responsibilities.
2012-06-24 12:09:29 PM  
1 vote:

Almet: Egyptians went to the square because of oppression, lack of economic mobility, and neglecting their young people and potential middle class. It wasn't a lack of islamic law, or martyrdom, or Allah. If the MB doesn't focus on secular manners in an intelligent and equitable way, they're farked.

I wpuld guess that the egyptian equivalent of baby boomers (only with way more xenophobia) put the MB in power, and if the MB and boomers try to fark over the revolutionary class, it'll Tahrir square all over again.

The revolutionary spirit is still there, the demands are still there, and if no ones meets them, the protesters will be back.


Oh, don't be silly. The MB is evil and will force the military to invade Israel in spite of the fact that the military can simply ignore the MB at this point if they felt like it.

Evil, I say....EVIL.

/hyperbole is fun!
2012-06-24 12:08:45 PM  
1 vote:
We really need some right wing israelis in here to tell us how the military should take over to preserve democracy, which was just stolen via a democratic election. It really never gets old.
2012-06-24 12:04:52 PM  
1 vote:

SoCalSurfer: Military's tend to be more rational in the long run than theocratic governments. There's gonna be brutality either way


LOL

It's hilarious that you think that.
2012-06-24 12:00:08 PM  
1 vote:

SoCalSurfer: Awesome, just awesome.

Just what we need, another theocracy in the middle east. Hopefully egypt's military can take care of this without the involvement of Israel and god forbid the US.

If your a woman in Egypt, this is going to suck


That's among the most ignorant things I've ever heard, hoping that a military will brutally seize power from a lawfully elected government and its citizens so that it can properly oppress them in secular ways instead of religious ways.
2012-06-24 11:56:40 AM  
1 vote:

steamingpile: No you need to read, we have seperation of church and state which is a good thing, they will be instituting Islamic beliefs in their laws. If you can't see that as a huge difference then you people are insane.


Oh? Please quote me where Morsi has said he will institute Islamic beliefs in their laws?

Is it where he said he "will be a President for all Egypt"?
2012-06-24 11:56:24 AM  
1 vote:
For about 3 months, before the military decides they don't like the way things are going and they have to step in again and take everything over.
2012-06-24 11:55:47 AM  
1 vote:
Democracy only counts when they vote the way we want to!
2012-06-24 11:55:44 AM  
1 vote:

dawnofdaycare: The Spinx and the the statues of the pharaohs are open for being destroyed now, just like like the Buddhist statues destroyed in Afghanistan. Sad.


You're a fearmongering idiot.
2012-06-24 11:54:04 AM  
1 vote:

dawnofdaycare: The Spinx and the the statues of the pharaohs are open for being destroyed now, just like like the Buddhist statues destroyed in Afghanistan. Sad.


Your understanding of middle east culture, politics and religion is pretty superficial if that's what you genuinely believe.
2012-06-24 11:53:00 AM  
1 vote:

praxis44241: First order of business: attack Israel and get our asses handed right back to us. Again.


Mursi's political party has pledged to respect all existing treaties, including the Camp David Accords that they signed with Israel.
2012-06-24 11:51:09 AM  
1 vote:

Infernalist: willyfreddy: [img41.imageshack.us image 499x171]

I don't have time to track down the reference myself, but when the uprising started I vividly recall the Muslim Brotherhood claiming that they have no intention of ever seeking power in Egypt. It would be awesome, and very educational, if someone could find that reference for us.

/shocked that the MB didn't follow through on their word
//not rly

I believe the reference you're looking for was a street rep being asked by a BBC reporter if they intended on 'seizing' power and/or instituting Taliban-style Sharia law, which the street rep denied.

The MB is the equivalent to a Christian political party in the U.S. Imagine if the Moral Majority had gone into politics on its own without wedding itself to the GOP.


MB is not equivalent you farking morons, they are for instituting Islamic based laws inside the government, basing your decisions on your religion is a big difference than saying your government follows a religions beliefs.

But keep making that moronic comparison, being a Fark political thread I expect no less.
2012-06-24 11:49:33 AM  
1 vote:
Login: EvilRacistNaziFascist
Account created: 2012-03-11 22:52:25


Feeling "bored" are we?
2012-06-24 11:46:33 AM  
1 vote:

willyfreddy: [img41.imageshack.us image 499x171]

I don't have time to track down the reference myself, but when the uprising started I vividly recall the Muslim Brotherhood claiming that they have no intention of ever seeking power in Egypt. It would be awesome, and very educational, if someone could find that reference for us.


Not only that, but during the so-called "Arab Spring" various Farkers assured us that those concerned about the Muslim Brotherhood coming to power were merely pants- wetting, Fox- watching right- wing idiots, and that all Egyptians really wanted to do was harness the awesome power of social media to choose more freedoms for themselves.

The Left: getting sh*t wrong since 1917.
2012-06-24 11:45:31 AM  
1 vote:
Muslim. Brother. Hood.
2012-06-24 11:43:54 AM  
1 vote:
This should be interesting. How long will it be before Egyptian women find themselves with no rights at all?
2012-06-24 11:43:45 AM  
1 vote:

willyfreddy: [img41.imageshack.us image 499x171]

I don't have time to track down the reference myself, but when the uprising started I vividly recall the Muslim Brotherhood claiming that they have no intention of ever seeking power in Egypt. It would be awesome, and very educational, if someone could find that reference for us.

/shocked that the MB didn't follow through on their word
//not rly


I believe the reference you're looking for was a street rep being asked by a BBC reporter if they intended on 'seizing' power and/or instituting Taliban-style Sharia law, which the street rep denied.

The MB is the equivalent to a Christian political party in the U.S. Imagine if the Moral Majority had gone into politics on its own without wedding itself to the GOP.
2012-06-24 11:42:35 AM  
1 vote:
jaypgreene.files.wordpress.com

This business will get out of control. It will get out of control and we'll be lucky to live through it.
2012-06-24 11:39:06 AM  
1 vote:
img41.imageshack.us

I don't have time to track down the reference myself, but when the uprising started I vividly recall the Muslim Brotherhood claiming that they have no intention of ever seeking power in Egypt. It would be awesome, and very educational, if someone could find that reference for us.

/shocked that the MB didn't follow through on their word
//not rly
2012-06-24 11:36:41 AM  
1 vote:
You really have to wonder about Muslims. They overthrow oppressive regimes - and vote in Islamists.

Now, the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt has made promises that it won't institute Sharia law, won't force women to cover their hair, etc. Did the Egyptian voters actually buy those promises?
2012-06-24 11:35:53 AM  
1 vote:
Headline -- Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Mursi beats off military man Ahmed Shafiq to become Egypt's Boobies-uprising president

That's a fatwa Mohamed.

In serious political news -- shiat is gonna get real now.
2012-06-24 11:35:28 AM  
1 vote:

Mock26: In before the "muslims are evil" derp.


This. I'm going to enjoy the first couple of posts and then see myself out.
 
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