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(BBC)   FIFA considers use of new orange card, which would result in a player being sin-binned for 2-3 minutes. With a helpful image showing what an orange card might look like   (bbc.co.uk) divider line 62
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2014-01-20 01:21:45 PM
Turning soccer into hockey, eh?
 
2014-01-20 01:23:04 PM
What good will that do? The team with the player on orange will just time waste for the 2-3 minutes until the player is back on the pitch.
 
2014-01-20 01:26:38 PM

Tea_tempest_Cup: What good will that do? The team with the player on orange will just time waste for the 2-3 minutes until the player is back on the pitch.


As opposed to the usual 90+?
 
2014-01-20 01:30:37 PM

Tea_tempest_Cup: What good will that do? The team with the player on orange will just time waste for the 2-3 minutes until the player is back on the pitch.


It would give the referees a weapon to use short of sending a player off.  Having to play a man down for most of a game is a rather huge punishment.
 
2014-01-20 01:31:30 PM
I turned to a soccer game for a few minutes over the weekend.  A guy got elbowed in the neck and laid on the ground for several minutes as play continued around him.  A few minutes later he was out there playing like nothing had happened.

Reminded me of why I hate soccer.  If I was a fan of the team he played for I'd be pissed.  You're playing a man short because you're really trying to sell something the refs aren't buying.  Time to get up and contribute.
 
2014-01-20 01:32:42 PM
I think the refs should be able to issue ankle weights to offenders, five pounds each leg for the first offense.
 
2014-01-20 01:35:31 PM
American football requires seven officials to watch 22 players. Association football uses only one. Add another ref or two to footy, and I think a lot of the diving crap will disappear.
 
2014-01-20 01:36:27 PM

jbtilley: I turned to a soccer game for a few minutes over the weekend.  A guy got elbowed in the neck and laid on the ground for several minutes as play continued around him.  A few minutes later he was out there playing like nothing had happened.

Reminded me of why I hate soccer.  If I was a fan of the team he played for I'd be pissed.  You're playing a man short because you're really trying to sell something the refs aren't buying.  Time to get up and contribute.


I think a big part of that is the way they handle penalties.  15 yards in football is about the worst you'll see.  In basketball, the other guy will get a few free throws.  In hockey, you'll sit for a couple minutes.  In soccer, a team will play with a man down for the entire rest of the game.  That's pretty huge.
 
2014-01-20 01:38:36 PM
This is unnecessary. You should just be able to substitute for a player that's been red-carded. That way you'll be down a man for a minute or two while the sub warms up, then once he enters the game, you've a) burned a sub and b) probably downgraded at one position. This way you only have to play down a man for the rest of the game if you've used all of your subs, which would probably only happen late in the game. This would allow refs to give straight reds early in the game without basically ending the game for the team whose player got carded.

/I know, I know, dumb Americans thinking they can improve the most popular sport in the world
 
2014-01-20 01:40:06 PM
Also, while we're making rule changes, implement post-match review for blatant dives, with fines and yellows awarded.
 
2014-01-20 01:47:40 PM

Palmer Eldritch: Also, while we're making rule changes, implement post-match review for blatant dives, with fines and yellows awarded.


This. I'd also add two more assistant refs to assist in making calls. I actually find the idea of only the captain speaking to the ref acceptable. It would reduce the BS of the whole team crowding around a referee.
 
2014-01-20 01:51:06 PM
I was watching a game this weekend where a guy got pushed in the chest who proceeded to grab his face and go down like he's just been shot. Luckily the ref didn't see it/buy it and the guy got up 30seconds later.

He should be suspended 2 games for that.
 
2014-01-20 01:51:27 PM

puckrock2000: American football requires seven officials to watch 22 players. Association football uses only one. Add another ref or two to footy, and I think a lot of the diving crap will disappear.


Yes, but it will be dismissed because it's an American idea. I think we'd have better bargaining power when FA puts its foot down on Qatar and FIFA has to crawl on its hands and knees for us to save their corrupt asses.
 
2014-01-20 01:56:24 PM
The orange card system is bullshiat.  The current system needs no improvement.  When's the last time an official didn't make the right decision between yellow or red?  Never happens.
 
2014-01-20 02:00:47 PM

Palmer Eldritch: This is unnecessary. You should just be able to substitute for a player that's been red-carded. That way you'll be down a man for a minute or two while the sub warms up, then once he enters the game, you've a) burned a sub and b) probably downgraded at one position. This way you only have to play down a man for the rest of the game if you've used all of your subs, which would probably only happen late in the game. This would allow refs to give straight reds early in the game without basically ending the game for the team whose player got carded.

/I know, I know, dumb Americans thinking they can improve the most popular sport in the world


Sweet! Start the game with some scrub and tell him to go in with a high two-footed tackle at the striker's knee caps. Just substitute afterwards and play 11-v-11.
 
2014-01-20 02:05:38 PM

Koman Coulibaly: The orange card system is bullshiat.  The current system needs no improvement.  When's the last time an official didn't make the right decision between yellow or red?  Never happens.


Oh how we've missed you.
 
2014-01-20 02:07:36 PM
Soccer/football fans please enlighten me. What is with the ridiculous flopping? I'm serious. Forget the rewards if it works and you get someone red carded. What about honour or integrity? Don't laugh. I know it's happening more and more in the NHL and NBA but here in North America the player is looked at as being 'cheap', or a disgrace to the sport and thought less of by teammates.

Is there a cultural thing I'm missing? How can a player feel no shame when they were 'clinically dead' one minute and back in the game at full speed a few minutes later?
 
2014-01-20 02:21:47 PM
Still no cure for diving and faking injuries to waste time. Those are the things that really need to be fixed.
 
2014-01-20 02:26:59 PM
Will they give out an orange card for too much man?
 
2014-01-20 02:35:01 PM

Decillion: Soccer/football fans please enlighten me. What is with the ridiculous flopping? I'm serious. Forget the rewards if it works and you get someone red carded. What about honour or integrity? Don't laugh. I know it's happening more and more in the NHL and NBA but here in North America the player is looked at as being 'cheap', or a disgrace to the sport and thought less of by teammates.

Is there a cultural thing I'm missing? How can a player feel no shame when they were 'clinically dead' one minute and back in the game at full speed a few minutes later?


It happens constantly in every sport at every level in every country.  Like you said, we're certainly not immune to it in North America.
 
2014-01-20 02:37:07 PM
Sin BIn? so if they drw an orange card , they get to go to a strip joint for a few minutes?
 
2014-01-20 02:43:50 PM

Palmer Eldritch: This is unnecessary. You should just be able to substitute for a player that's been red-carded. That way you'll be down a man for a minute or two while the sub warms up, then once he enters the game, you've a) burned a sub and b) probably downgraded at one position. This way you only have to play down a man for the rest of the game if you've used all of your subs, which would probably only happen late in the game. This would allow refs to give straight reds early in the game without basically ending the game for the team whose player got carded.

/I know, I know, dumb Americans thinking they can improve the most popular sport in the world


Well, somebody needs to, obviously.
 
2014-01-20 02:43:51 PM
Well, that's a stupid idea.  The clock never stops, so a teammate can just all of sudden clutch his knee and waste those 2-3 minutes getting carted off.  I've always wondered how feasible it would be to give out disciplinary action after the game and reviewing game tape.  Can easily slow the action down to see if there's contact or not, and then give out punishment for flopping.
 
2014-01-20 02:45:47 PM

wynswrld: Koman Coulibaly: The orange card system is bullshiat.  The current system needs no improvement.  When's the last time an official didn't make the right decision between yellow or red?  Never happens.

Oh how we've missed you.


I have missed you so much. Too bad you didn't get any officiating jobs at the World Cup this year  :)


/Koman is ultimate IRL troll
 
2014-01-20 02:54:52 PM

puckrock2000: American football requires seven officials to watch 22 players. Association football uses only one. Add another ref or two to footy, and I think a lot of the diving crap will disappear.


Um, no. Association football has 3 or 4 depending upon the venue. There are 2 line judges, one head referee, and sometimes another one on the field with the head. It is true that only the head referee can award cards, kicks, etc. The line judges do have some say in the matter, though, as the head referee can confer with them over calls (like how the head ref in American football is the only one who announces penalties and judges video reviews but does confer with his crew). There are even some signals the line judges can give with their flags to indicate a different infractions.
 
2014-01-20 02:56:27 PM

puckrock2000: American football requires seven officials to watch 22 players. Association football uses only one. Add another ref or two to footy, and I think a lot of the diving crap will disappear.


Um, no. Association football has 3 or 4 depending upon the venue. There are 2 line judges, one head referee, and sometimes another one on the field with the head. It is true that only the head referee can award cards, kicks, etc. The line judges do have some say in the matter, though, as the head referee can confer with them over calls (like how the head ref in American football is the only one who announces penalties and judges video reviews but does confer with his crew). There are even some signals the line judges can give with their flags to indicate a different infractions.

Much of the diving occurs because penalties are much more beneficial in association football as opposed to American football. Adding more referees might discourage diving, but the reward for it is too high to eliminate the practice entirely.
 
2014-01-20 02:58:31 PM

CreativeFarkHandle: Well, that's a stupid idea.  The clock never stops, so a teammate can just all of sudden clutch his knee and waste those 2-3 minutes getting carted off.  I've always wondered how feasible it would be to give out disciplinary action after the game and reviewing game tape.  Can easily slow the action down to see if there's contact or not, and then give out punishment for flopping.


You didn't keep reading. In addition to the referee's orange card, each team will get a cyan card that has 10 minutes of banked time. The coach can play this cyan card in defense of the tactic you mentioned. While the coach is holding this card over his head the game clock will pause and the baked time will count down as play continues. The pause will last until the coach lowers his card or until the banked pause time runs out.

In addition, each coach is assigned three purple cards representing three substitutions. After each substitution the coach hands one card to an official. After full time the coach may use any remaining unused purple cards to add 5 minutes to the banked time on his cyan card. To access this feature the coach must physically run onto the field after full time and hand the purple cards directly to the referee before injury time runs out. AND he may not use his newly recharged cyan card until he has returned to the bench area.
 
2014-01-20 03:04:37 PM

Decillion: CreativeFarkHandle: Well, that's a stupid idea.  The clock never stops, so a teammate can just all of sudden clutch his knee and waste those 2-3 minutes getting carted off.  I've always wondered how feasible it would be to give out disciplinary action after the game and reviewing game tape.  Can easily slow the action down to see if there's contact or not, and then give out punishment for flopping.

You didn't keep reading. In addition to the referee's orange card, each team will get a cyan card that has 10 minutes of banked time. The coach can play this cyan card in defense of the tactic you mentioned. While the coach is holding this card over his head the game clock will pause and the baked time will count down as play continues. The pause will last until the coach lowers his card or until the banked pause time runs out.

In addition, each coach is assigned three purple cards representing three substitutions. After each substitution the coach hands one card to an official. After full time the coach may use any remaining unused purple cards to add 5 minutes to the banked time on his cyan card. To access this feature the coach must physically run onto the field after full time and hand the purple cards directly to the referee before injury time runs out. AND he may not use his newly recharged cyan card until he has returned to the bench area.


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Meet the next manager of West Ham.
 
2014-01-20 03:06:37 PM

Decillion: CreativeFarkHandle: Well, that's a stupid idea.  The clock never stops, so a teammate can just all of sudden clutch his knee and waste those 2-3 minutes getting carted off.  I've always wondered how feasible it would be to give out disciplinary action after the game and reviewing game tape.  Can easily slow the action down to see if there's contact or not, and then give out punishment for flopping.

You didn't keep reading. In addition to the referee's orange card, each team will get a cyan card that has 10 minutes of banked time. The coach can play this cyan card in defense of the tactic you mentioned. While the coach is holding this card over his head the game clock will pause and the baked time will count down as play continues. The pause will last until the coach lowers his card or until the banked pause time runs out.

In addition, each coach is assigned three purple cards representing three substitutions. After each substitution the coach hands one card to an official. After full time the coach may use any remaining unused purple cards to add 5 minutes to the banked time on his cyan card. To access this feature the coach must physically run onto the field after full time and hand the purple cards directly to the referee before injury time runs out. AND he may not use his newly recharged cyan card until he has returned to the bench area.


You forgot the green card, which allows the coach to substitute players on without removing the existing player, which can only be used during the additional 5 minutes.
 
2014-01-20 03:15:06 PM

CreativeFarkHandle: Well, that's a stupid idea.  The clock never stops, so a teammate can just all of sudden clutch his knee and waste those 2-3 minutes getting carted off.  I've always wondered how feasible it would be to give out disciplinary action after the game and reviewing game tape.  Can easily slow the action down to see if there's contact or not, and then give out punishment for flopping.


They'd have to move to a real, public clock system.  Which they should have done 50 years ago - every other sport has it, for crying out loud.
 
2014-01-20 03:15:41 PM
You didn't keep reading. In addition to the referee's orange card, each team will get a cyan card that has 10 minutes of banked time. The coach can play this cyan card in defense of the tactic you mentioned. While the coach is holding this card over his head the game clock will pause and the baked time will count down as play continues. The pause will last until the coach lowers his card or until the banked pause time runs out.

In addition, each coach is assigned three purple cards representing three substitutions. After each substitution the coach hands one card to an official. After full time the coach may use any remaining unused purple cards to add 5 minutes to the banked time on his cyan card. To access this feature the coach must physically run onto the field after full time and hand the purple cards directly to the referee before injury time runs out. AND he may not use his newly recharged cyan card until he has returned to the bench area.

You forgot the green card, which allows the coach to substitute players on without removing the existing player, which can only be used during the additional 5 minutes.


Ah, my bad. I forgot the green spectrum of cards. Of course there is also the chartreuse card. Usable only twice per season, this card allows a team to select any supporter from the stands and allow them to enter the pitch. The supporter my never touch the ball or leave the pitch but is free to do anything at all without penalty of any national laws until full time expires.
 
2014-01-20 03:20:28 PM

Decillion: You didn't keep reading. In addition to the referee's orange card, each team will get a cyan card that has 10 minutes of banked time. The coach can play this cyan card in defense of the tactic you mentioned. While the coach is holding this card over his head the game clock will pause and the baked time will count down as play continues. The pause will last until the coach lowers his card or until the banked pause time runs out.

In addition, each coach is assigned three purple cards representing three substitutions. After each substitution the coach hands one card to an official. After full time the coach may use any remaining unused purple cards to add 5 minutes to the banked time on his cyan card. To access this feature the coach must physically run onto the field after full time and hand the purple cards directly to the referee before injury time runs out. AND he may not use his newly recharged cyan card until he has returned to the bench area.

You forgot the green card, which allows the coach to substitute players on without removing the existing player, which can only be used during the additional 5 minutes.

Ah, my bad. I forgot the green spectrum of cards. Of course there is also the chartreuse card. Usable only twice per season, this card allows a team to select any supporter from the stands and allow them to enter the pitch. The supporter my never touch the ball or leave the pitch but is free to do anything at all without penalty of any national laws until full time expires.


And that's how MMA fighters started getting free tickets to soccer matches.
 
2014-01-20 03:29:05 PM
Why not just make it blue like indoor soccer?
 
2014-01-20 03:41:56 PM

eagles95: wynswrld: Koman Coulibaly: The orange card system is bullshiat.  The current system needs no improvement.  When's the last time an official didn't make the right decision between yellow or red?  Never happens.

Oh how we've missed you.

I have missed you so much. Too bad you didn't get any officiating jobs at the World Cup this year  :)



Yes, unfortunately the long standing pro-English, pro-American bias of FIFA means regretfully I was not selected to officiate this summer in Brazil.  It is a true shame that FIFA, such an honest, fair, and open organization, lets their pro-English speaking ways influence their decisions.
 
2014-01-20 03:54:52 PM

Koman Coulibaly: eagles95: wynswrld: Koman Coulibaly: The orange card system is bullshiat.  The current system needs no improvement.  When's the last time an official didn't make the right decision between yellow or red?  Never happens.

Oh how we've missed you.

I have missed you so much. Too bad you didn't get any officiating jobs at the World Cup this year  :)


Yes, unfortunately the long standing pro-English, pro-American bias of FIFA means regretfully I was not selected to officiate this summer in Brazil.  It is a true shame that FIFA, such an honest, fair, and open organization, lets their pro-English speaking ways influence their decisions.


Golf clap

/water out my nose laughing
 
2014-01-20 04:01:51 PM
Im pretty sure a 'sin bin' is another name for a whores vagina.
 
2014-01-20 04:35:51 PM

Decillion: You didn't keep reading. In addition to the referee's orange card, each team will get a cyan card that has 10 minutes of banked time. The coach can play this cyan card in defense of the tactic you mentioned. While the coach is holding this card over his head the game clock will pause and the baked time will count down as play continues. The pause will last until the coach lowers his card or until the banked pause time runs out.

In addition, each coach is assigned three purple cards representing three substitutions. After each substitution the coach hands one card to an official. After full time the coach may use any remaining unused purple cards to add 5 minutes to the banked time on his cyan card. To access this feature the coach must physically run onto the field after full time and hand the purple cards directly to the referee before injury time runs out. AND he may not use his newly recharged cyan card until he has returned to the bench area.

You forgot the green card, which allows the coach to substitute players on without removing the existing player, which can only be used during the additional 5 minutes.

Ah, my bad. I forgot the green spectrum of cards. Of course there is also the chartreuse card. Usable only twice per season, this card allows a team to select any supporter from the stands and allow them to enter the pitch. The supporter my never touch the ball or leave the pitch but is free to do anything at all without penalty of any national laws until full time expires.


Finally, a rule more confusing then the offside rule....

/understands the offside rule
//i think
 
2014-01-20 04:39:42 PM

Decillion: You didn't keep reading. In addition to the referee's orange card, each team will get a cyan card that has 10 minutes of banked time. The coach can play this cyan card in defense of the tactic you mentioned. While the coach is holding this card over his head the game clock will pause and the baked time will count down as play continues. The pause will last until the coach lowers his card or until the banked pause time runs out.

In addition, each coach is assigned three purple cards representing three substitutions. After each substitution the coach hands one card to an official. After full time the coach may use any remaining unused purple cards to add 5 minutes to the banked time on his cyan card. To access this feature the coach must physically run onto the field after full time and hand the purple cards directly to the referee before injury time runs out. AND he may not use his newly recharged cyan card until he has returned to the bench area.

You forgot the green card, which allows the coach to substitute players on without removing the existing player, which can only be used during the additional 5 minutes.

Ah, my bad. I forgot the green spectrum of cards. Of course there is also the chartreuse card. Usable only twice per season, this card allows a team to select any supporter from the stands and allow them to enter the pitch. The supporter my never touch the ball or leave the pitch but is free to do anything at all without penalty of any national laws until full time expires.


I love the new multi-ball rule where whenever the ball hits the post a linesman throws an extra ball onto the pitch from midfield and the multi-ball stays in effect until a goal is scored. Up to five balls can be on the field at once!
 
2014-01-20 04:41:52 PM
You do that, you go to the box, you know. Two minutes, by yourself, you know and you feel shame, you know. And then you get free.
 
2014-01-20 04:43:48 PM

Foxxinnia: Decillion: You didn't keep reading. In addition to the referee's orange card, each team will get a cyan card that has 10 minutes of banked time. The coach can play this cyan card in defense of the tactic you mentioned. While the coach is holding this card over his head the game clock will pause and the baked time will count down as play continues. The pause will last until the coach lowers his card or until the banked pause time runs out.

In addition, each coach is assigned three purple cards representing three substitutions. After each substitution the coach hands one card to an official. After full time the coach may use any remaining unused purple cards to add 5 minutes to the banked time on his cyan card. To access this feature the coach must physically run onto the field after full time and hand the purple cards directly to the referee before injury time runs out. AND he may not use his newly recharged cyan card until he has returned to the bench area.

You forgot the green card, which allows the coach to substitute players on without removing the existing player, which can only be used during the additional 5 minutes.

Ah, my bad. I forgot the green spectrum of cards. Of course there is also the chartreuse card. Usable only twice per season, this card allows a team to select any supporter from the stands and allow them to enter the pitch. The supporter my never touch the ball or leave the pitch but is free to do anything at all without penalty of any national laws until full time expires.

I love the new multi-ball rule where whenever the ball hits the post a linesman throws an extra ball onto the pitch from midfield and the multi-ball stays in effect until a goal is scored. Up to five balls can be on the field at once!


When did we start talking about Calvinball?

/the score is Q to 12
 
2014-01-20 04:45:32 PM

Decillion: In addition to the referee's orange card, each team will get a cyan card that has 10 minutes of banked time. The coach can play this cyan card in defense of the tactic you mentioned. While the coach is holding this card over his head the game clock will pause and the baked time will count down as play continues. The pause will last until the coach lowers his card or until the banked pause time runs out.


So the cyan card is Sir Alex Ferguson
 
2014-01-20 05:10:41 PM

uncoveror: Turning soccer into hockey, eh?


Shut up and take my money!
 
2014-01-20 05:31:20 PM

Crewmannumber6: uncoveror: Turning soccer into hockey, eh?

Shut up and take my money!


Google "Bandy" - best sport ever IMO.

/Speed of hockey with skates/stick on a frozen soccer pitch and soccer rules
 
2014-01-20 05:40:27 PM

Decillion: Is there a cultural thing I'm missing? How can a player feel no shame when they were 'clinically dead' one minute and back in the game at full speed a few minutes later?


I think there are some legit injuries that hurt like hell for a minute or two and then you feel basically fine.  Think funny bone or stubbed toe for the average Joe, for soccer in particular getting pushed or stepped on with those cleats probably produces a massive amount of pain that goes away quickly.

/though of course there's tons of flopping bullshiat going on too
 
2014-01-20 05:54:28 PM

JSam21: Why not just make it blue like indoor soccer?


This.

/RIP Anaheim Splash
 
2014-01-20 06:14:09 PM

Kuta: Palmer Eldritch: This is unnecessary. You should just be able to substitute for a player that's been red-carded. That way you'll be down a man for a minute or two while the sub warms up, then once he enters the game, you've a) burned a sub and b) probably downgraded at one position. This way you only have to play down a man for the rest of the game if you've used all of your subs, which would probably only happen late in the game. This would allow refs to give straight reds early in the game without basically ending the game for the team whose player got carded.

/I know, I know, dumb Americans thinking they can improve the most popular sport in the world

Sweet! Start the game with some scrub and tell him to go in with a high two-footed tackle at the striker's knee caps. Just substitute afterwards and play 11-v-11.


Yea, this rule will just see players like Vinnie Jones popping up again.
 
2014-01-20 06:45:04 PM

CreativeFarkHandle: Well, that's a stupid idea.  The clock never stops, so a teammate can just all of sudden clutch his knee and waste those 2-3 minutes getting carted off.  I've always wondered how feasible it would be to give out disciplinary action after the game and reviewing game tape.  Can easily slow the action down to see if there's contact or not, and then give out punishment for flopping.


It'd be better to do it post-game and give fines and such retroactively.
 
2014-01-20 06:54:48 PM

FrancoFile: CreativeFarkHandle: Well, that's a stupid idea.  The clock never stops, so a teammate can just all of sudden clutch his knee and waste those 2-3 minutes getting carted off.  I've always wondered how feasible it would be to give out disciplinary action after the game and reviewing game tape.  Can easily slow the action down to see if there's contact or not, and then give out punishment for flopping.

They'd have to move to a real, public clock system.  Which they should have done 50 years ago - every other sport has it, for crying out loud.


Or give the referee discretion over the penalty box.  If your team plays nice, you're back on the pitch in two minutes.  If they dick around, you spend five, ten, maybe even fifteen minutes on the bench.  It's a power that could be abused, but no worse than what they can do already.
 
2014-01-20 08:18:15 PM

Kuta: Sweet! Start the game with some scrub and tell him to go in with a high two-footed tackle at the striker's knee caps. Just substitute afterwards and play 11-v-11.


But what's to stop that from happening in any sport?  Hire a 450 lb defensive lineman who does nothing but sack the QB on every down (even after the play) until the star QB is injured?  Hire two guys who can barely skate to go in and spear the starting goaltender and the back up in the neck so a defensman has to dress as a netminder.?  Hire a 2nd baseman who instead of breaking up double plays lands cleats first onto anyone who gets within 5 feet of 2nd?

I guess unless you're saying the type of person who ends up coaching or playing professional soccer is such a psychopathic chickenshiat that the game relies on red card and 10 vs 11 play to keep people sane.
 
2014-01-20 08:22:38 PM

Koman Coulibaly: The orange card system is bullshiat.  The current system needs no improvement.  When's the last time an official didn't make the right decision between yellow or red?  Never happens.


I was wondering what happened to you. Good to have you back in the thick of it!
 
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