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2014-01-21 08:30:26 AM
Play both sides of that story.  What did Crabtree say?
 
2014-01-21 08:41:17 AM

Lt. Cheese Weasel: Play both sides of that story.  What did Crabtree say?


Why can't they both be douchebags? If Sherman had kept his mouth shut we would still be talking about that play. It was that good. If he had simply acted like he had been there before the talk would be about what an outstanding player he is. But no, he showed the very worst of sportsmanship and everyone that is not a Seattle fan thinks he is a loudmouthed moron.
 
2014-01-21 08:49:34 AM
I AM a Seattle fan, and I think he is a loudmouthed moron. Something tells me Crabtree is not much different.

But I think it is also a bit unfair to interview athletes live that soon after a play like that. Sherman had probably been battling with Crabtree all afternoon, and had just made a one-on-one play that sent his team to the Super Bowl. Naturally the adrenalin (ahem) is running pretty high, and he is not going to be at his best.

Ten minutes later, he was much calmer and more professional.
 
2014-01-21 08:58:22 AM

sammyk: Lt. Cheese Weasel: Play both sides of that story.  What did Crabtree say?

Why can't they both be douchebags? If Sherman had kept his mouth shut we would still be talking about that play. It was that good. If he had simply acted like he had been there before the talk would be about what an outstanding player he is. But no, he showed the very worst of sportsmanship and everyone that is not a Seattle fan thinks he is a loudmouthed moron.


I still want to know what Crabtree said that set Sherman off.
 
2014-01-21 09:00:58 AM

mr_a: But I think it is also a bit unfair to interview athletes live that soon after a play like that.


Players get interviewed right after big, game-ending plays all the time and don't behave that way.
 
2014-01-21 09:23:28 AM

Some Bass Playing Guy: sammyk: Lt. Cheese Weasel: Play both sides of that story.  What did Crabtree say?

Why can't they both be douchebags? If Sherman had kept his mouth shut we would still be talking about that play. It was that good. If he had simply acted like he had been there before the talk would be about what an outstanding player he is. But no, he showed the very worst of sportsmanship and everyone that is not a Seattle fan thinks he is a loudmouthed moron.

I still want to know what Crabtree said that set Sherman off.


Does it really matter? I don't care how bad it was. It doesn't excuse Sherman's actions. That kind of crap draws a 15 yard penalty on the field. I'm wondering why he isn't getting a fine. It would be very easy to call an outburst like that behavior detrimental to the league.
 
2014-01-21 09:49:31 AM

kronicfeld: mr_a: But I think it is also a bit unfair to interview athletes live that soon after a play like that.

Players get interviewed right after big, game-ending plays all the time and don't behave that way.


I suspect that Crabtree said something to Sherman after that play that pissed Sherman off.  Most of the time players have sense
enough to self edit when talking to reporters after the game. Sometimes they don't.
 
2014-01-21 10:32:51 AM
gangstas gonna gangsta.
 
2014-01-21 10:36:27 AM
Egotostical loudmouthed athletes are egotistical loudmouths.  Film at 11.

/enough of this already
//although his defenders have made me choose to root for the orange guys
 
2014-01-21 10:41:16 AM

sammyk: Does it really matter? I don't care how bad it was. It doesn't excuse Sherman's actions. That kind of crap draws a 15 yard penalty on the field.


And one was assessed - that's why we started the victory kneel-downs on the 10 instead of the 20.
 
2014-01-21 10:41:55 AM

mr_a: I AM a Seattle fan, and I think he is a loudmouthed moron. Something tells me Crabtree is not much different.

But I think it is also a bit unfair to interview athletes live that soon after a play like that. Sherman had probably been battling with Crabtree all afternoon, and had just made a one-on-one play that sent his team to the Super Bowl. Naturally the adrenalin (ahem) is running pretty high, and he is not going to be at his best.

Ten minutes later, he was much calmer and more professional.


In the interview, it sounded like he was 1989 Ultimate Warrior.

I, Michael Crabtree, have a question...to answer your question. As you, Michael Crabtree, travel to...SUPERBOWL...by conventional means, the normals you travel with experience malfunctions. As you realize ALL THAT IS LEFT is total self-destruction, do you, Michael Crabtree, show self-pity? DO YOU, Michael Crabtree, try to reason why? Do you, Michael Crabtree, try and comfort the normals that have even more fear than you?
Or do you, Michael Crabtree, kick the doors out? Kick the cockpit door down. Take the two pilots that have already made the sacrifice so that you can face the challenge. Dispose of them, Michael Crabtree. Assume the controls, Michael Crabtree. SHOVE THAT CONTROL INTO A NOSEDIVE, Michael Crabtree! Push yourself to total self-dstruction. As you realize, Michael Crabtree, you are about to enter a world close to Parts Unknown. Ah, smell it, warriors. Do you, Michael Crabtree, look for a place to hide? Or do you, Michael Crabtree, face the challenge that may be more powerful than EVEN YOU ARE, Michael Crabtree!
You, Michael Crabtree, must self-destruct so that you will know, Michael Crabtree, who is...The Chose One. FOR Michael Crabtree, I am not the Chosen One...that you speak of. I am not. I, Michael Crabtree, am...the only...one...
 
2014-01-21 10:42:51 AM

mr_a: I AM a Seattle fan, and I think he is a loudmouthed moron. Something tells me Crabtree is not much different.

But I think it is also a bit unfair to interview athletes live that soon after a play like that. Sherman had probably been battling with Crabtree all afternoon, and had just made a one-on-one play that sent his team to the Super Bowl. Naturally the adrenalin (ahem) is running pretty high, and he is not going to be at his best.

Ten minutes later, he was much calmer and more professional.


Hell, I thought it was unfair to drag Harbaugh out of the locker room for an interview, and I don't really like him.  Just leave them be for a little bit and then give them the stupid questions.

\and no one is overlooking that Sherman is a great guy and made a great play
\\well, okay, all of the racists are
\\\just keep in mind that "thug" and "loudmouth" are the new n-words
 
2014-01-21 10:44:22 AM

Some Bass Playing Guy: I suspect that Crabtree said something to Sherman after that play that pissed Sherman off. Most of the time players have sense
enough to self edit when talking to reporters after the game. Sometimes they don't.


Sherman said that Crabtree snubbed his sportsmanlike handshake after the game and that set him off.  Crabtree makes 5X what Sherman does and he had that side of the field on lockdown all day.  Still: you have to temper your boasting so as to not seem like a dick, especially when the people watching only see your ape-sh*t jawing.

LemSkroob: gangstas gonna gangsta.


Are most salutatorians and Stanford grads gangstas in your world?
 
2014-01-21 10:44:29 AM
OMFG, can the internet find something less important to get all pissy over?!
 
2014-01-21 10:45:40 AM
"To those who would call me a thug or worse because I show passion on a football field -- don't judge a person's character by what they do between the lines,"

You didn't get called out because of what you did "between the lines."  You're being judged for how you handled yourself when the game was over.  Talk all the trash you want (within the rules) during the game.  When the game ends, you're a professional and you're expected to act like one.  Talk yourself up, talk your team up, but don't trash your opponent.

That said, Sherman seems like a generally good guy who let his emotions get the best of him.  And he's apologized and acknowledged that he should have kept his post game comments positive.  Sounds like this should be a non-issue.
 
2014-01-21 10:46:14 AM
Sherman is a smart guy.  He saw how playing the media made Deon Sanders a breakout star in the '90s.

He made the conscious decision to heel it up on national TV when the nation was watching.  Everyone is talking about him, and everyone will be talking about him vs. Peyton in the runup to the Superbowl.  This will help him in his post-football career I'm sure.

Actually, now that I've typed that, maybe the coaches are fine with Sherman doing this.  By taking the media focus off of the usual QB vs. QB narrative, it helps his young quarterback by taking some of the spotlight off of Russell Wilson.  Hmm, something to think about.
 
2014-01-21 10:47:30 AM

mr_a: Ten minutes later, he was much calmer and more professional.


Wasnt the interview at the end of the game after Seahawks were kneeling on the ball and Frisco was calling desperation timeouts?
 
2014-01-21 10:49:53 AM

kronicfeld: mr_a: But I think it is also a bit unfair to interview athletes live that soon after a play like that.

Players get interviewed right after big, game-ending plays all the time and don't behave that way.


It's rarely a DB, though. Those cats are playing with a different mindset.

Take somebody who's just spent the last three hours thinking "fark you, you get nothing and like it. I'm a wall, and I'm going to crush your sternum before you can make a catch against me." Let that person make the play that not only saves the game for his team, but puts them through to the Super Bowl. Oh, and for added emotion, have him do it against a division rival- a guy he's going to see twice a year for the forseeable future.

If you stick a mic in that guy's face, don't expect Peyton Manning shilling for the official light beer of the NFL.
 
2014-01-21 10:49:55 AM
Text message, non-apology. Damage is done. Enjoy being univerally hated for the rest of your career, before you even cashed one payday. I wonder what made him do it; Even odds on - Coach, Family, and Agent.

sammyk: I still want to know what Crabtree said that set Sherman off.

Does it really matter? I don't care how bad it was. It doesn't excuse Sherman's actions. That kind of crap draws a 15 yard penalty on the field. I'm wondering why he isn't getting a fine. It would be very easy to call an outburst like that behavior detrimental to the league.


This. Doesn't matter what was said to set him off. All that matters is he decided to personally attack another player after the game, and when given an opportunity to backtrack a few minutes later, doubled down on it. He IS being fined (reported on ESPN by Adam Schefter). He'll be lucky to not be suspended from the Superbowl.

Lets be clear, this was not about acting tough, bragging, backing up talk. This was about personally attacking another professional football player in the worst show of sportsmanship the NFL has seen in decades, maybe ever. The only players more universally hated are Suh and Hanesworth.
 
2014-01-21 10:50:27 AM
Sherman displayed poor sportsmanship, made himself look like a jerk and aggravated a whole bunch of older white folks.
But by doing this, he put himself on the map and reserved himself a seat on one of those annoying pregame shows that are staffed by attention whores who did the same thing during their playing days.
 
2014-01-21 10:52:23 AM

Talondel: "To those who would call me a thug or worse because I show passion on a football field -- don't judge a person's character by what they do between the lines,"

You didn't get called out because of what you did "between the lines."  You're being judged for how you handled yourself when the game was over.  Talk all the trash you want (within the rules) during the game.  When the game ends, you're a professional and you're expected to act like one.  Talk yourself up, talk your team up, but don't trash your opponent.

That said, Sherman seems like a generally good guy who let his emotions get the best of him.  And he's apologized and acknowledged that he should have kept his post game comments positive.  Sounds like this should be a non-issue.


I'm with you on the first part. We ARE judging his character correctly, and not by what was done on the football field, but OFF the football field. And he is absolutely deserving of every piece of ridicule. This story should never end, and it won't until the Superbowl is over. Enjoy it Seattle fans, especially those who defended him. You earned it.
 
2014-01-21 10:53:08 AM

justtray: This. Doesn't matter what was said to set him off. All that matters is he decided to personally attack another player after the game, and when given an opportunity to backtrack a few minutes later, doubled down on it. He IS being fined (reported on ESPN by Adam Schefter). He'll be lucky to not be suspended from the Superbowl.


If Sherm gets suspended, you can pretty much assure outcries of the game being fixed or the NFL trying to assure a graceful exit for Manning.  Sherman didn't fail a drug test (this time), he didn't hurt anyone, he didn't commit any penalties.  To suspend him for being overheated would be an absolutely ludicrous move.  Yes, I expected a fine (mostly to please the primarily white audience upset about it), but a suspension would be absolutely horrible for the NFL in general.
 
2014-01-21 10:53:54 AM
"He said something personal face-to-face," Sherman said. "He knows what he said, and he knows I'm going to be tough on him the rest of his career."


WHAT WAS SAID?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!!?????

Even the local (Arizona) guys are dropping broad hints about what happened, but "no one" wants to say what it was.  the story that is getting repeated most often is that this last offseason, both Sherman and Crabtree attended Larry Fitzgerald's -- i know, "my sister's cousin's boyfriend overheard Ferris passed out at 31 Flavors" -- offseason WR camp, and SUPPOSEDLY, Sherman, described as in good cheer, walked up to Crabtree and extended a handshake, Crabtree doesn't shake his hand, says SOMETHING, a brief physical altercation almsot ensued and the two had to be separated.

but, the substance of what was said is supposedly known to certain individuals, but they're doing the plausible deniability / "i don't want to be the guy that says what it was, but.....i know what it was" thing.  one guy said the remark was "deeply personal".  so he must know what it is but doesn't want to be The Guy, which i understand.
 
2014-01-21 10:55:02 AM

Brokenseas: Sherman is a smart guy.  He saw how playing the media made Deon Sanders a breakout star in the '90s.

He made the conscious decision to heel it up on national TV when the nation was watching.  Everyone is talking about him, and everyone will be talking about him vs. Peyton in the runup to the Superbowl.  This will help him in his post-football career I'm sure.

Actually, now that I've typed that, maybe the coaches are fine with Sherman doing this.  By taking the media focus off of the usual QB vs. QB narrative, it helps his young quarterback by taking some of the spotlight off of Russell Wilson.  Hmm, something to think about.


I would hate it if I were the coach.  When was the last time a player went heel leading up to the Super Bowl, made everyone hate him and his team, and the team ended up winning?  From Freddie Mitchell to Chris Culliver and others I'm simply forgetting at the moment, it seems as though if you make the story about yourself rather than your team you end up losing.
 
2014-01-21 10:55:41 AM
Crabtree vs Sherman is the least intimidating feud name I've ever heard.

Sounds like an argument about food.
 
2014-01-21 10:57:48 AM

Marshmallow Jones: Egotostical loudmouthed athletes are egotistical loudmouths.  Film at 11.

/enough of this already
//although his defenders have made me choose to root for the orange guys


thank you!!!

www.hahastop.com
 
2014-01-21 11:00:28 AM

mr_a: I AM a Seattle fan, and I think he is a loudmouthed moron.


FIxed.
 
2014-01-21 11:00:59 AM

justtray: Talondel: "To those who would call me a thug or worse because I show passion on a football field -- don't judge a person's character by what they do between the lines,"

You didn't get called out because of what you did "between the lines."  You're being judged for how you handled yourself when the game was over.  Talk all the trash you want (within the rules) during the game.  When the game ends, you're a professional and you're expected to act like one.  Talk yourself up, talk your team up, but don't trash your opponent.

That said, Sherman seems like a generally good guy who let his emotions get the best of him.  And he's apologized and acknowledged that he should have kept his post game comments positive.  Sounds like this should be a non-issue.

I'm with you on the first part. We ARE judging his character correctly, and not by what was done on the football field, but OFF the football field. And he is absolutely deserving of every piece of ridicule. This story should never end, and it won't until the Superbowl is over. Enjoy it Seattle fans, especially those who defended him. You earned it.


I don't have a dog in the hunt when it comes to either team but dude, just walk away from the keyboard. The level of hyperbole, butthurt and derp you're vomiting across this thread is monumental and you are looking dumber with each post.
 
2014-01-21 11:02:19 AM
Remember, Sherman is football satan but it was totally ok to have a love-in last year for a guy involved in two murders
 
2014-01-21 11:03:30 AM
www.washingtonpost.com

AdmirableSnackbar: When was the last time a player went heel leading up to the Super Bowl, made everyone hate him and his team, and the team ended up winning?



U mad, bro?

/oh, those halcyon days of 50 WEEKS AGO
 
2014-01-21 11:04:36 AM

justtray: Enjoy being univerally hated for the rest of your career,


He'll only be hated by the fans that don't root for the team he is playing for.

Those fans will love every minute of it.
 
2014-01-21 11:05:54 AM

mr_a: I AM a Seattle fan, and I think he is a loudmouthed moron. Something tells me Crabtree is not much different.

But I think it is also a bit unfair to interview athletes live that soon after a play like that. Sherman had probably been battling with Crabtree all afternoon, and had just made a one-on-one play that sent his team to the Super Bowl. Naturally the adrenalin (ahem) is running pretty high, and he is not going to be at his best.

Ten minutes later, he was much calmer and more professional.



Loudmouthed?  Yes.

Moron?  No.

/Go Hawks.
 
2014-01-21 11:06:23 AM

justtray: Enjoy being univerally hated for the rest of your career, before you even cashed one payday. I wonder what made him do it; Even odds on - Coach, Family, and Agent.


The rest of his career might not even be that long. The title of "best CB in the league" seems to have a very short shelf life.  Remember when Tramon Williams was the best CB in the league?  How about the Scrabble guy?  Or Asante Samuel?  There are very few CBs who last a while at the top and most of them (Deion being the one that bucked the trend) aren't flashy, me-first players.  In general, being a good CB means you've got a great front 7 and/or great safeties around you, and when those go away or you change teams (as with Williams, Asomugha, and Samuel) you get exposed.  I hope Sherman is enjoying this, because if history is any indication we will be looking back at him in 3 or 4 seasons and saying remember that a-hole, what ever happened to him?

I bet Crabtree will still be playing at a high level after Sherman's time in the spotlight is over.
 
2014-01-21 11:07:20 AM
My favorite tweet from yesterday:

@Rsherman25: your coach sucks more dick than a porn star. N****** your done next year!!!!! I will fark every kid u ever have! Right in mouth
- Larry (@larryss34)

Gotta admit... I was taken aback by the stupidity of it all. I just wish Larry had his last name attached to his handle.I hope Sherman keeps doing stuff like this, so I can laugh at other people's rage.
 
2014-01-21 11:07:36 AM

AdmirableSnackbar: Remember when Tramon Williams was the best CB in the league? How about the Scrabble guy?


Chuck Woolery was the best CB in the league?!
 
2014-01-21 11:07:38 AM

whizbangthedirtfarmer: justtray: This. Doesn't matter what was said to set him off. All that matters is he decided to personally attack another player after the game, and when given an opportunity to backtrack a few minutes later, doubled down on it. He IS being fined (reported on ESPN by Adam Schefter). He'll be lucky to not be suspended from the Superbowl.

If Sherm gets suspended, you can pretty much assure outcries of the game being fixed or the NFL trying to assure a graceful exit for Manning.  Sherman didn't fail a drug test (this time), he didn't hurt anyone, he didn't commit any penalties.  To suspend him for being overheated would be an absolutely ludicrous move.  Yes, I expected a fine (mostly to please the primarily white audience upset about it), but a suspension would be absolutely horrible for the NFL in general.


I don't actually think it's going to happen, but it falls under conduct deterimental, and he has a history of doing it, so it's not unrealistic, especially with Goodell. However, I do agree, that would be the reaction.
 
2014-01-21 11:08:14 AM

rickythepenguin: the story that is getting repeated most often is that this last offseason, both Sherman and Crabtree attended Larry Fitzgerald's -- i know, "my sister's cousin's boyfriend overheard Ferris passed out at 31 Flavors" -- offseason WR camp,



also, Larry hosts a WR camp in Minnesota, but the incident above happened supposedly happened here in Phoenix last year.  Some kind of camp Larry puts on here.  And yeah, query why Sherman is invited to a WR camp.  Dunno.  hell maybe Fitzy in fact invited not just WRs but their counteraprts.  dunno.  just supposedly, Crabtree said something in the presence of others that Sherman cannot and will not forget, and whatever it was, it set him off bigtime last year.
 
2014-01-21 11:08:23 AM
I would much rather see this type of postgame interview showing real emotion and capturing the true feelings of the player than the blase cliche interviews we're usually treated to or even worse, the ones giving "all the praise and glory to my lord and savior,Jay-sus".


/Yeah, I went there.
 
2014-01-21 11:10:19 AM
He's a professional football player.  Who cares if he's a douchebag?  He's not out their to be your idealistic hero or role model.  It's silly that people still get in a huff over crap like this like it's a surprise to them when they find out what kind of people these guys are in real life.
 
2014-01-21 11:10:23 AM

Fark Dupp: I would much rather see this type of postgame interview showing real emotion and capturing the true feelings of the player than the blase cliche interviews we're usually treated to or even worse, the ones giving "all the praise and glory to my lord and savior,Jay-sus".


/Yeah, I went there.


How is your fedora fitting today?
 
2014-01-21 11:10:25 AM

justtray: This was about personally attacking another professional football player in the worst show of sportsmanship the NFL has seen in decades, maybe ever.


Sherman was pretty classless but that it is hyperbolic to the point of ridiculousness.
 
2014-01-21 11:10:49 AM
It wasn't such a great play.  Kaepernick lobbed a stinker into double coverage and it got knocked down and intercepted.  Bad throw by Kaepernick, that's all.
 
2014-01-21 11:10:58 AM

stappawho: justtray: Enjoy being univerally hated for the rest of your career,

He'll only be hated by the fans that don't root for the team he is playing for.

Those fans will love every minute of it.


Keep telling yourself that as you desperately try to squash the story, do mental gymnastics to rationalize it, and complain that 'its not really a big deal, in addition to him, "just being in the heat of the moment," and "he's really a smart, well mannered guy."

No one is buying it kid.

The more you guys talk and defend him, the more damage you do to him and your team. So keep it up all you want.
 
2014-01-21 11:15:18 AM

Tigger: justtray: This was about personally attacking another professional football player in the worst show of sportsmanship the NFL has seen in decades, maybe ever.

Sherman was pretty classless but that it is hyperbolic to the point of ridiculousness.


You have an example? That was maybe the least hyperbolic of anything I've posted on this topic. Other than Hanesworth and Suh stomping, which were on the field incidents, I can't think of anything even in the ballpark in the last 30 years. I'll wait for your reply.
 
2014-01-21 11:16:37 AM

rickythepenguin: AdmirableSnackbar: When was the last time a player went heel leading up to the Super Bowl, made everyone hate him and his team, and the team ended up winning?


U mad, bro?

/oh, those halcyon days of 50 WEEKS AGO


It's not totally an invalid point, though. Last year, the sports media had a lovefest for Ray because it was his last game.

Regardless, Sherman talked shiat after making a huge play. Ray was involved with dudes that killed people. Didn't Ray have a similar crazy assed rant on air this year and was talking crap about the lights well after the fact?

Look, I bet that Sherman would take a mulligan on that interview if possible.

But the nasty racist crap that flowed on social media after the interview was unnecessary. Sure, call him an idiot or an asshole (well deserved) but stop dropping n-bombs on black dudes who do stupid stuff.
 
2014-01-21 11:18:15 AM

rickythepenguin: [www.washingtonpost.com image 425x282]

AdmirableSnackbar: When was the last time a player went heel leading up to the Super Bowl, made everyone hate him and his team, and the team ended up winning?


U mad, bro?

/oh, those halcyon days of 50 WEEKS AGO


He didn't say or do anything controversial, he was just himself.  Chris Culliver, on the other hand...
 
2014-01-21 11:19:51 AM

rickythepenguin: rickythepenguin: the story that is getting repeated most often is that this last offseason, both Sherman and Crabtree attended Larry Fitzgerald's -- i know, "my sister's cousin's boyfriend overheard Ferris passed out at 31 Flavors" -- offseason WR camp,


also, Larry hosts a WR camp in Minnesota, but the incident above happened supposedly happened here in Phoenix last year.  Some kind of camp Larry puts on here.  And yeah, query why Sherman is invited to a WR camp.  Dunno.  hell maybe Fitzy in fact invited not just WRs but their counteraprts.  dunno.  just supposedly, Crabtree said something in the presence of others that Sherman cannot and will not forget, and whatever it was, it set him off bigtime last year.


Maybe because Sherman played WR at Stanford. How awesome would it be to have a lockdown corner and former WR do some instruction at a camp?
 
2014-01-21 11:29:08 AM

ladodger34: It's not totally an invalid point, though. Last year, the sports media had a lovefest for Ray because it was his last game.


Nationally, yeah; I lot of the local guys were bearing Lewis for making it all about himself.
 
2014-01-21 11:29:38 AM
Soooooo... I'm the only one who decided to root for the Seahawks after this?
 
2014-01-21 11:33:36 AM

mr_a: Ten minutes later, he was much calmer and more professional.


If I had to guess it was some shiat about look at the scoreboard earlier in the game when sherman was running his trap while they are losing then decided to go full douchebag once they won, reminds me of the kid on the sidelines talking shiat after their team won, he played against a piss poor QB who is average when they shut down their running game his performance is not unexpected. Peyton will make him look idiotic and he will just cowardly walk away.

ladodger34: But the nasty racist crap that flowed on social media after the interview was unnecessary. Sure, call him an idiot or an asshole (well deserved) but stop dropping n-bombs on black dudes who do stupid stuff.


I think it was the monkey comments people are saying is racist, hell I hate the douche but didnt even think that much less post it for everyone else to see.

That being said, people screaming "racism is just as bad as the 50s-60s!!!!!" need to stop, yes people are idiots but dont even compare the two eras.
 
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