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2012-08-02 12:33:23 PM  

NateGrey: armoredbulldozer: It is UnAmerican to vote for Obama.

You are a dumb Republican troll. But you are old school.


If by "old school" you mean "fifth grade", then yes, his derp is definitely old school
 
2012-08-02 12:35:25 PM  

fracto: qorkfiend: fracto: Lost Thought 00: Maybe not the Tea Party per-se, but Republicans are pretty much guaranteed to take the majority in the Senate (argue all you want about whether or not that is control), and are likely to maintain their position in the house.

Whose seats do you see flipping?

There are 6 Senate seats currently held by a Democrat that are rated toss-ups: Missouri, Florida, Montana, North Dakota, Virginia, and Wisconsin. The margin in the Senate is only 53-47.


I know. Mostly I was looking to see which races he disagreed with Nate Silver on and why. Also if he took into account that while Maine is going to go to the independent, I think King will lean more democratic and I was wondering how he accounted for that.


Nate thinks the Democrats will hold the Senate? That's kind of a shock.

I personally think Missouri is likely to flip, despite the polling numbers; it's heavily infested with Tea Party types and has been trending conservative. Probably also Montana and North Dakota, as they're both traditionally conservative states. The GOP only needs one of the remaining three for their majority - pretty good odds - and the remaining three aren't exactly known for voting Democrat recently.
 
2012-08-02 12:35:49 PM  

fracto: Mathematics of Wonton Burrito Meals: zappaisfrank: How did a bunch of financially illiterate, agitated rednecks and retirees gain so much control over the policies of this country? WTF?????

It happened when your team decided to give more and more of the "financially illiterate, agitated rednecks and retirees"'s hard earned money to lazy deadbeats.


For the most part, those "financially illiterate, agitated rednecks and retirees" are the lazy deadbeats your talking about.


THIS. Too bad Mr. Math guy buys the GOP talking points so readily, otherwise he'd be worth actually debating. However...
 
2012-08-02 12:37:09 PM  

randomjsa: Why yes, be a moderate like Dole and McCain, that worked so well.


So now Bush is a conservative again?
 
2012-08-02 12:37:14 PM  

qorkfiend: fracto: Lost Thought 00: Maybe not the Tea Party per-se, but Republicans are pretty much guaranteed to take the majority in the Senate (argue all you want about whether or not that is control), and are likely to maintain their position in the house.

Whose seats do you see flipping?

There are 6 Senate seats currently held by a Democrat that are rated toss-ups: Missouri, Florida, Montana, North Dakota, Virginia, and Wisconsin. The margin in the Senate is only 53-47.


I'm not up on the latest polls, but I don't believe ND, Montana, or Missouri are really toss ups. I think those are pretty much guaranteed R pickups. They'll likely take one of the others as well.
 
2012-08-02 12:39:05 PM  

monoski: LarryDan43: The Teaparty has no leverage. Who are you voting for if Romney doesn't pull further right? Obama?

Green Party Candidate?


RON PAUL!!!
 
2012-08-02 12:43:29 PM  

qorkfiend: fracto: qorkfiend: fracto: Lost Thought 00: Maybe not the Tea Party per-se, but Republicans are pretty much guaranteed to take the majority in the Senate (argue all you want about whether or not that is control), and are likely to maintain their position in the house.

Whose seats do you see flipping?

There are 6 Senate seats currently held by a Democrat that are rated toss-ups: Missouri, Florida, Montana, North Dakota, Virginia, and Wisconsin. The margin in the Senate is only 53-47.


I know. Mostly I was looking to see which races he disagreed with Nate Silver on and why. Also if he took into account that while Maine is going to go to the independent, I think King will lean more democratic and I was wondering how he accounted for that.

Nate thinks the Democrats will hold the Senate? That's kind of a shock.

I personally think Missouri is likely to flip, despite the polling numbers; it's heavily infested with Tea Party types and has been trending conservative. Probably also Montana and North Dakota, as they're both traditionally conservative states. The GOP only needs one of the remaining three for their majority - pretty good odds - and the remaining three aren't exactly known for voting Democrat recently.



Not quite, just closer than Lost Thought seemed to be implying. I'd like to see the reasoning behind the flip though. I don't really doubt it, I just like to hear as many differing opinions as I can. So long as they are well reasoned, I think it makes me a more informed citizen and I really don't know too much about how other states' politics. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on the topic.
 
2012-08-02 12:45:02 PM  

Arkanaut: Aarontology: They want to time warp all the way back to 1890 1490.

FTFY

/Inquisition, what a show...


Nobody was expecting that. . .
 
2012-08-02 12:45:56 PM  

pdkl95: Weaver95: dammit. Now I had to go listen to the song...

bastards.

[i.imgur.com image 400x304]


The man you're about to see has no farking public disclosures!

// what diabolical chicken pecked out his neck, shat on his tie, and stepped on his forehead?!
// what indeed
 
2012-08-02 12:46:02 PM  

give me doughnuts: 'Happy Days' was not your childhood.


You're right.
They weren't all happy days. Like the time Pinky Tuscadero crashed her motorcycle, or the night I lost all my money to those card sharks and my dad Tom Bosley had to get it back.
 
2012-08-02 12:47:21 PM  

Lost Thought 00: qorkfiend: fracto: Lost Thought 00: Maybe not the Tea Party per-se, but Republicans are pretty much guaranteed to take the majority in the Senate (argue all you want about whether or not that is control), and are likely to maintain their position in the house.

Whose seats do you see flipping?

There are 6 Senate seats currently held by a Democrat that are rated toss-ups: Missouri, Florida, Montana, North Dakota, Virginia, and Wisconsin. The margin in the Senate is only 53-47.

I'm not up on the latest polls, but I don't believe ND, Montana, or Missouri are really toss ups. I think those are pretty much guaranteed R pickups. They'll likely take one of the others as well.


Precisely my thoughts. I think many consider Montana a toss-up because it historically elects Democratic Senators despite being a solid red state; there have only been two Republicans elected to the Senate from Montana since 1913.
 
2012-08-02 12:47:37 PM  
a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net

I see you shiver with antici...
 
2012-08-02 12:48:46 PM  

zappaisfrank: How did a bunch of financially illiterate, agitated rednecks and retirees gain so much control over the policies of this country? WTF?????


Well, they decided to go to their local caucuses and pick people out that believe the same dumb shiat they do. Then, they actually no-shiat got up, left their trailer, and voted in the midterm election. Which is more than about 58.5% of the population of eligible voters can say.

Guess what, getting active politically can actually change things. Unfortunately, the 'tards all figured it out at the same time.
 
2012-08-02 12:51:10 PM  

zappaisfrank: Am I the only one who is completely farkin' sick of that goddamned Tea Party?

How did a bunch of financially illiterate, agitated rednecks and retirees gain so much control over the policies of this country? WTF?????


Because the movement was abducted in its infancy, stuffed to the gills with money funneled from the Koch Brothers through Dick Armey's organization, and then directed to be a far-right neo-populist movement that would have scared the pants off William Jennings Bryan.
 
2012-08-02 12:51:19 PM  

Rapmaster2000: I think the should go to the left, then to the right, then dip, then slide, and finally let the voters see that tootsie roll.


Ain't no party like a lemon party.
 
2012-08-02 12:51:23 PM  

incendi: zappaisfrank: How did a bunch of financially illiterate, agitated rednecks and retirees gain so much control over the policies of this country? WTF?????

Well, they decided to go to their local caucuses and pick people out that believe the same dumb shiat they do. Then, they actually no-shiat got up, left their trailer, and voted in the midterm election. Which is more than about 58.5% of the population of eligible voters can say.

Guess what, getting active politically can actually change things. Unfortunately, the 'tards all figured it out at the same time.


Indeed. The Tea Party is heavily involved in their local politics and party organization.
 
2012-08-02 12:53:20 PM  

HighOnCraic: Arkanaut: Aarontology: They want to time warp all the way back to 1890 1490.

FTFY

/Inquisition, what a show...

Nobody was expecting that. . .


www.cardinalfang.net
 
2012-08-02 12:54:08 PM  
upload.wikimedia.org

Nope. Not Right enough. Nationalist SOCIALIST German Worker's Party. Candidate Hitler better step further right.

/damn straight I just godwinned.
 
2012-08-02 12:56:27 PM  
Say it!
 
2012-08-02 12:59:27 PM  

SuperTramp: God Is My Co-Pirate:
It's confounding
The Tea Party's bleating
Madness...takes the polls
But listen closely,

(just for four months longer)

I've got to vote this fall.

In November, watching the speeches,
Drinking those moments when
The derpness will Mitt me
And the tards will be calling,

Why'd they vote Obama again?
Why'd they vote Obama again?

palelizard:

It's so frothy,
oh my pistols free me
So don't tread on me, no not at all
Useless legislation, with heuristic intention
Private funded, I see all
Mit's a bit of a flop flip
Obama's in the time slip
Hawaii will never be a state
We want no free abortions,
Away with your tubal ligations

Why'd they vote Obama again?
Why'd they vote Obama again?

Well I was walking down the street
On the way to the polls
When a Tea Party guy tried to
steal my soul.
He shook-a me up, he took me by the arm.
He had a pickup truck, and a
medicare card.
He stared at me and I felt disgust.
Repubs mean nothing, its' Obama or bust!


Say, do any of you guys know how to misquote Madison?
 
2012-08-02 01:07:21 PM  

sprawl15: The question on every American's lips this morning is: Can Romney dance?


I'm pretty sure he can do The Robot.
 
2012-08-02 01:09:43 PM  
The campaign was long but I ran it
Romney
There's a populist fire and I'll fan it
Romney
If they want a fool then I am it
Romney
I've one thing to say, and that's
Dammit, Romney, I love me!
 
2012-08-02 01:10:53 PM  

give me doughnuts: tnpir:
You gonna get yo' population reduced!


Shut up ofay.
 
2012-08-02 01:12:21 PM  

SuperTramp: God Is My Co-Pirate:
It's confounding
The Tea Party's bleating
Madness...takes the polls
But listen closely,

(just for four months longer)

I've got to vote this fall.

In November, watching the speeches,
Drinking those moments when
The derpness will Mitt me
And the tards will be calling,

Why'd they vote Obama again?
Why'd they vote Obama again?

palelizard:

It's so frothy,
oh my pistols free me
So don't tread on me, no not at all
Useless legislation, with heuristic intention
Private funded, I see all
Mit's a bit of a flop flip
Obama's in the time slip
Hawaii will never be a state
We want no free abortions,
Away with your tubal ligations

Why'd they vote Obama again?
Why'd they vote Obama again?

Well I was walking down the street
On the way to the polls
When a Tea Party guy tried to
steal my soul.
He shook-a me up, he took me by the arm.
He had a pickup truck, and a
medicare card.
He stared at me and I felt disgust.
Repubs mean nothing, its' Obama or bust!


This is great guys! If you take requests, could you do "Derpa Derpa Derp Me" next?
 
2012-08-02 01:13:53 PM  

HighOnCraic: monoski: LarryDan43: The Teaparty has no leverage. Who are you voting for if Romney doesn't pull further right? Obama?

Green Party Candidate?

RON PAUL!!!


The Libertarian Party's got itself a big fat opportunity this year. Will it capitalize? Doubt it. Success would mean it would have to actually run things rather than hanging out on the sidelines smoking pot, cleaning its chic German pistols and confabbing about how lame everybody is.
 
2012-08-02 01:14:17 PM  

Trivia Jockey: God Is My Co-Pirate: It's confounding
The Tea Party's bleating
Madness...takes the polls
But listen closely,

(just for four months longer)

I've got to vote this fall.

In November, watching the speeches,
Drinking those moments when
The derpness will Mitt me
And the tards will be calling,

Why'd they vote Obama again?
Why'd they vote Obama again?


This is absolutely amazing. Gold medal for you.


I will second that, even as I shake my fist at God Is My Co-Pirate for getting that song stuck in my head.
 
2012-08-02 01:14:31 PM  

qorkfiend: fracto: qorkfiend: fracto: Lost Thought 00: Maybe not the Tea Party per-se, but Republicans are pretty much guaranteed to take the majority in the Senate (argue all you want about whether or not that is control), and are likely to maintain their position in the house.

Whose seats do you see flipping?

There are 6 Senate seats currently held by a Democrat that are rated toss-ups: Missouri, Florida, Montana, North Dakota, Virginia, and Wisconsin. The margin in the Senate is only 53-47.


I know. Mostly I was looking to see which races he disagreed with Nate Silver on and why. Also if he took into account that while Maine is going to go to the independent, I think King will lean more democratic and I was wondering how he accounted for that.

Nate thinks the Democrats will hold the Senate? That's kind of a shock.

I personally think Missouri is likely to flip, despite the polling numbers; it's heavily infested with Tea Party types and has been trending conservative. Probably also Montana and North Dakota, as they're both traditionally conservative states. The GOP only needs one of the remaining three for their majority - pretty good odds - and the remaining three aren't exactly known for voting Democrat recently.


But also keep in mind the GOP is likely losing Olympia Snowe's seat to Angus King (technically, an Independent, but he's a liberal libby-lib) and Indiana could very well flip to Democrat because the Tea Partier there (Mourdock?) has already gone full retard.
 
2012-08-02 01:17:53 PM  

Mathematics of Wonton Burrito Meals: zappaisfrank: How did a bunch of financially illiterate, agitated rednecks and retirees gain so much control over the policies of this country? WTF?????

It happened when your team decided to give more and more of the "financially illiterate, agitated rednecks and retirees"'s hard earned money to lazy deadbeats.


www.balloon-juice.com
 
2012-08-02 01:19:44 PM  
-pation
 
2012-08-02 01:21:46 PM  

Dog Welder: the Tea Partier there __________ has already gone full retard


FTFY, and made it usable by everyone.
 
2012-08-02 01:22:22 PM  

wookiee cookie: -pation



Bwuahahahahaha!
 
2012-08-02 01:24:58 PM  

Mathematics of Wonton Burrito Meals: zappaisfrank: How did a bunch of financially illiterate, agitated rednecks and retirees gain so much control over the policies of this country? WTF?????

It happened when your team decided to give more and more of the "financially illiterate, agitated rednecks and retirees"'s hard earned money to lazy deadbeats.


Take look at a list of red states and compare it to a list of states that get more in aid from the feds than they give. Then tell me where the hard-earned money is really going.
 
2012-08-02 01:28:16 PM  

Aarontology: They want to time warp all the way back to 1890.


That's about 100 years too modern for them.
 
2012-08-02 01:30:16 PM  
Listen, Romney, I won't tell you twice
You better wise up, to my advice
Your campaign hasn't been too nice
You'd better change your asking price

"I've sent a year, it should be all you need"
You're as sincere, as a black marketeer,
Bouncing past ideas, like a over-tight spring
(...)


*sigh*
can't figure out where to take the song from there ;_;
/back to photoshopping callback into Romney photos; that worked better
 
2012-08-02 01:37:21 PM  

HellRaisingHoosier: mainstreet62: "Tea Party groups are eyeing the possible control of both chambers"


BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH A HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA(breeaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaathe)HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA



They aren't losing the House and the Senate is neck and neck.
Now ain't a time for the Democrats to be laughing.


What are they going to do? Continue to not pass budgets? Continue to make rediculous gestures with hot-button issues that generated absolutely no results?

We've seen what Republicans do when they control a house of congress. Even if they get the Senate, they STILL have to produces something they President will sign. And if not, something that enough Democrats in both houses will join in on.

At this point the GOP house can't even pass things that don't make the GOP senate cringe. Let alone the Democrats.
 
2012-08-02 01:47:59 PM  
I was feeling shut in.
Couldn't win.
I'd never ever voted before-ore-ore

(you mean she?
uh-huh)

I thought there's no use getting
Into heavy politicking
I have an agenda to push
I need some grass roots

Derpa-Derpa-Derpa Derp me!
I hate O-baa-baa-baa-aamy!
Thrill Me Chill Me Fulfill me!
Creature of the Right!

(still working, but here's the start!)
 
2012-08-02 01:49:56 PM  

tudorgurl: I was feeling shut in.
Couldn't win.
I'd never ever voted before-ore-ore

(you mean she?
uh-huh)

I thought there's no use getting
Into heavy politicking
I have an agenda to push
I need some grass roots

Derpa-Derpa-Derpa Derp me!
I hate O-baa-baa-baa-aamy!
Thrill Me Chill Me Fulfill me!
Creature of the Right!

(still working, but here's the start!)


Thank you!
 
2012-08-02 01:51:07 PM  

tudorgurl: Creature of the Right!


That has promise.
 
2012-08-02 01:58:14 PM  

Curse of the Goth Kids: HighOnCraic: monoski: LarryDan43: The Teaparty has no leverage. Who are you voting for if Romney doesn't pull further right? Obama?

Green Party Candidate?

RON PAUL!!!

The Libertarian Party's got itself a big fat opportunity this year. Will it capitalize? Doubt it. Success would mean it would have to actually run things rather than hanging out on the sidelines smoking pot, cleaning its chic German pistols and confabbing about how lame everybody is.


images4.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2012-08-02 02:03:45 PM  

Dog Welder: But also keep in mind the GOP is likely losing Olympia Snowe's seat to Angus King (technically, an Independent, but he's a liberal libby-lib) and Indiana could very well flip to Democrat because the Tea Partier there (Mourdock?) has already gone full retard.


And let's not forget MA likely flipping from R to D, as Scotty Pickup loses to Warren.
 
2012-08-02 02:06:07 PM  

Dog Welder: Indiana could very well flip to Democrat because the Tea Partier there (Mourdock?) has already gone full retard.


Especially if Lugar endorses the Democrat.
 
2012-08-02 02:17:17 PM  
God Is My Co-Pirate:


It's confounding
The Tea Party's bleating
Madness...takes the polls
But listen closely,

(just for four months longer)

I've got to vote this fall.

In November, watching the speeches,
Drinking those moments when
The derpness will Mitt me
And the tards will be calling,

Why'd they vote Obama again?
Why'd they vote Obama again?

palelizard:

It's so frothy,
oh my pistols free me
So don't tread on me, no not at all
Useless legislation, with heuristic intention
Private funded, I see all
Mit's a bit of a flop flip
Obama's in the time slip
Hawaii will never be a state
We want no free abortions,
Away with your tubal ligations

Why'd they vote Obama again?
Why'd they vote Obama again?

SuperTramp

Well I was walking down the street
On the way to the polls
When a Tea Party guy tried to
steal my soul.
He shook-a me up, he took me by the arm.
He had a pickup truck, and a
medicare card.
He stared at me and I felt disgust.
Repubs mean nothing, its' Obama or bust!


It's just a vote for the left...
And then some derp from the riiiiight.
Freepers with their hands on their hips,
and hipsters holding iPhones tight.
And then a pelvic thrust,
from grannies in motor cha-ai-ai-airs.

Why'd they vote Obama again?
Why'd they vote Obama again?
 
2012-08-02 02:20:24 PM  
Traditional Conservative:
It was great when it all began
I was a regular Romney fan
But it was over when he had the plan
To increase taxes on the average man.
Now the only thing that gives me hope
Is my hatred of a Presi-dope
Rose tints my world, keeps me safe from remembering McCain.

Tea Partier:
I'm just twenty seven months old
Truly terrifying to behold
And somebody should be told
My insanity hasn't been controlled
Now the only thing I've come to trust
Is Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin lust
Rose tints my world, keeps me safe from remembering McCain.

Corporate Republican:
It's beyond me
Help me, Romney
I'll be good, you'll see
Just take Pelosi away.
What's this, let's see.
Ooh, I feel derpy
What's come over me?
Here Rush comes again

Romney:
I feel released
Primary's complete
My flip flopping has increased
The nomination's here
Campaign finance has been disbanded
My Super Pac expanded
It's a gas that Ron Paul's landed
His nuts are so sincere
 
2012-08-02 02:21:59 PM  

armoredbulldozer: The derpness will Mitt me


Verbing "Mitt" was pure farking genius.
 
2012-08-02 02:23:39 PM  

tudorgurl: I was feeling shut in.
Couldn't win.
I'd never ever voted before-ore-ore

(you mean she?
uh-huh)

I thought there's no use getting
Into heavy politicking
I have an agenda to push
I need some grass roots

Derpa-Derpa-Derpa Derp me!
I hate O-baa-baa-baa-aamy!
Thrill Me Chill Me Fulfill me!
Creature of the Right!

(still working, but here's the start!)


In Romney's voice:

I was such a shoe-in,
Bound to win.
I'd never had to campaign befor-or-ore.

They thought there's no use vetting
Or even checking
It only leads to Palin
And the other cretin...

Now all I want to know
Is where to go
The press tasted blood and they want more

(more, more, more)

I'll put up no resistance
Just promise Mittens
I've got to lower tax
I need derpsistance

Vote-a-vote-a-vote-a-vote-for-me
Why won't you love me?
Thrill me, chill me, fulfill me,
Creatures of the Right.

Then if trouble brews
While I schmooze
Kiss my ass, this is holy ground

(ground, ground, ground)

And that's just one small fraction
Of my unattraction,
Obama's still black,
I need this election!

Vote-a-vote-a-vote-a-vote-for-me
I'll be your Romney!
Thrill me, chill me, fulfill me,
Creatures of the Right.
 
2012-08-02 02:26:12 PM  

Stile4aly: Traditional Conservative:
It was great when it all began
I was a regular Romney fan
But it was over when he had the plan
To increase taxes on the average man.
Now the only thing that gives me hope
Is my hatred of a Presi-dope
Rose tints my world, keeps me safe from remembering McCain.


*whistles, applauds*
 
2012-08-02 02:31:29 PM  
A long, long time ago...
I can still remember how elections used to make me smile.
And I knew if they had their chance, that they would make the people dance
and maybe they'd be happy for awhile.
But, November makes me shiver
with every ballot that's delivered.
Bad news on the doorstep,
Romney took one last bet...

I can't remember if I cried
when Romeny made his 1040's hide.
But something rubs me wrong inside
each day, that Romney lies.
 
2012-08-02 02:37:29 PM  

God Is My Co-Pirate: Stile4aly: Traditional Conservative:
It was great when it all began
I was a regular Romney fan
But it was over when he had the plan
To increase taxes on the average man.
Now the only thing that gives me hope
Is my hatred of a Presi-dope
Rose tints my world, keeps me safe from remembering McCain.


*whistles, applauds*


You're just whistling because hundred-dollar bills are poking out the top of that corset.

// not obscure(d)
 
2012-08-02 02:45:41 PM  

God Is My Co-Pirate: tudorgurl: I was feeling shut in.
Couldn't win.
I'd never ever voted before-ore-ore

(you mean she?
uh-huh)

I thought there's no use getting
Into heavy politicking
I have an agenda to push
I need some grass roots

Derpa-Derpa-Derpa Derp me!
I hate O-baa-baa-baa-aamy!
Thrill Me Chill Me Fulfill me!
Creature of the Right!

(still working, but here's the start!)

In Romney's voice:

I was such a shoe-in,
Bound to win.
I'd never had to campaign befor-or-ore.

They thought there's no use vetting
Or even checking
It only leads to Palin
And the other cretin...

Now all I want to know
Is where to go
The press tasted blood and they want more

(more, more, more)

I'll put up no resistance
Just promise Mittens
I've got to lower tax
I need derpsistance

Vote-a-vote-a-vote-a-vote-for-me
Why won't you love me?
Thrill me, chill me, fulfill me,
Creatures of the Right.

Then if trouble brews
While I schmooze
Kiss my ass, this is holy ground

(ground, ground, ground)

And that's just one small fraction
Of my unattraction,
Obama's still black,
I need this election!

Vote-a-vote-a-vote-a-vote-for-me
I'll be your Romney!
Thrill me, chill me, fulfill me,
Creatures of the Right.


Internet marry me!
 
2012-08-02 02:56:04 PM  
This thread is Purest Golden Win. All of it.
 
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