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2017-09-26 03:46:59 PM  
Oh, shut up. We know how this works. It's still desirable to get Emperor Hirocheeto out of office, if only to force the GOP to once again push their puppets forward one rung on the ladder. If that moron calls for insurrection, it's far easier to deal with him out of office than while he's sitting in the White House.

The idea that we can't impeach Trump for fear of Emperor Hirocheeto calling for kaminazis to commit terrorism is preposterous - we, as a country, have dealt with that kind of shiat before, and we'll just have to deal with it again - fear of retaliation should not stop us from doing what is right and just.
 
2017-09-26 03:54:34 PM  
We keep him at our own peril. He is one twitter rant from starting WWIII, for fark's sake. How much worse could the replacement be, anyway?
 
2017-09-26 03:58:51 PM  
Trumpanzees are going to do what, now?  Create havoc in the streets?  You mean like they're oppressed or something?

If it's a standoff between Antifa/Black Lives Matter and the Skoal-spitting Hoveround brigade I'll take the pissed off leftists every time.
 
2017-09-26 03:59:51 PM  
"We can't impeach Trump!  He may incite violence!"

Should have thought about that shiat beforehand, f*cknut.  But, hey, here's a fresh idea for the here and now.

Impeach his ass, and on the day the legislation passes, calmly inform him that, should he even have a stray synapse in his coke-addled brain fire off an electrical impulse to pick up his Blackberry and whine like a biatch, a standing Kill/Capture order on he and all of his accomplices (family or otherwise) will be issued to every active member of the US National Security apparatus.  Which will include the Secret Service detail currently assigned to him, who have new orders to default to their sworn oath of "protecting the United States from all enemies, foreign and domestic" in case of such an event.
 
2017-09-26 04:02:47 PM  
If that were not the case, he went on, "Trump's supporters would feel that they were deprived of their electoral victory."


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2017-09-26 04:08:35 PM  

FormlessOne: Oh, shut up. We know how this works. It's still desirable to get Emperor Hirocheeto out of office, if only to force the GOP to once again push their puppets forward one rung on the ladder. If that moron calls for insurrection, it's far easier to deal with him out of office than while he's sitting in the White House.

The idea that we can't impeach Trump for fear of Emperor Hirocheeto calling for kaminazis to commit terrorism is preposterous - we, as a country, have dealt with that kind of shiat before, and we'll just have to deal with it again - fear of retaliation should not stop us from doing what is right and just.


And you people wonder why you lost the farkin' election.  This little screed is a perfect encapsulation of why.  You think you are the guardians of all that is right and just.  Why not just go around with belt buckles that say "GOTT MITT UNS" engraved on them?

You've got nothing but venom and today's clever little nickname.  When is the *NEXT* Democrat going to decide to shoot at Republicans, inspired by your dehumanization of them?  It's only been 3 months.
 
2017-09-26 04:09:21 PM  
Sounds like a good reason to impeach him to me.

The only reason I can see not to impeach is if you don't think you can get a conviction in the Senate.  If he wasn't convicted it would be seen as a vindication of Trump and a huge embarrassment for his opponents.
 
2017-09-26 04:11:02 PM  
Impeach both of them, just to be sure.
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2017-09-26 04:12:36 PM  

dittybopper: FormlessOne: Oh, shut up. We know how this works. It's still desirable to get Emperor Hirocheeto out of office, if only to force the GOP to once again push their puppets forward one rung on the ladder. If that moron calls for insurrection, it's far easier to deal with him out of office than while he's sitting in the White House.

The idea that we can't impeach Trump for fear of Emperor Hirocheeto calling for kaminazis to commit terrorism is preposterous - we, as a country, have dealt with that kind of shiat before, and we'll just have to deal with it again - fear of retaliation should not stop us from doing what is right and just.

And you people wonder why you lost the farkin' election.  This little screed is a perfect encapsulation of why.  You think you are the guardians of all that is right and just.  Why not just go around with belt buckles that say "GOTT MITT UNS" engraved on them?

You've got nothing but venom and today's clever little nickname.  When is the *NEXT* Democrat going to decide to shoot at Republicans, inspired by your dehumanization of them?  It's only been 3 months.


Sad
 
2017-09-26 04:12:52 PM  
If the reason is politics, we can handle politics.  Mike Pence is a cookie-cutter bible-thumping republican.  We've had those before.  He is not an unhinged egomaniac.

If the reason is political violence?  Well I guess the third of this country that thinks he's great should be able to dictate to us that there are simply no more rules for government officials.  That's sound policy.
 
2017-09-26 04:15:44 PM  
There's going to be violence, regardless. Do you really thing what we are seeing is going to stay at this level? No, this is Trump. He never stops pushing- he has to look tough. Or smart. Or on top. Or Orange. He has to win, even if we all lose.
 
2017-09-26 04:15:58 PM  

dittybopper: FormlessOne: Oh, shut up. We know how this works. It's still desirable to get Emperor Hirocheeto out of office, if only to force the GOP to once again push their puppets forward one rung on the ladder. If that moron calls for insurrection, it's far easier to deal with him out of office than while he's sitting in the White House.

The idea that we can't impeach Trump for fear of Emperor Hirocheeto calling for kaminazis to commit terrorism is preposterous - we, as a country, have dealt with that kind of shiat before, and we'll just have to deal with it again - fear of retaliation should not stop us from doing what is right and just.

And you people wonder why you lost the farkin' election.  This little screed is a perfect encapsulation of why.  You think you are the guardians of all that is right and just.  Why not just go around with belt buckles that say "GOTT MITT UNS" engraved on them?

You've got nothing but venom and today's clever little nickname.  When is the *NEXT* Democrat going to decide to shoot at Republicans, inspired by your dehumanization of them?  It's only been 3 months.


Why does your mind always go to people shooting Republicans? Is it something you yearn for? Seriously, it seems to be something of a fetish for you, especially when it seems like such a rare thing in reality.
 
2017-09-26 04:16:34 PM  
At this point I say damn the torpedos and full speed ahead.  Let's impeach his ass, not really sure yet what charges they are going to use to impeach him, and let's see what happens after that.  I suppose he could run again in 2020 even after being impeached.  We Americans love second acts, regardless of what that pimp Fitzgerald thought.
 
2017-09-26 04:17:03 PM  

dittybopper: FormlessOne: Oh, shut up. We know how this works. It's still desirable to get Emperor Hirocheeto out of office, if only to force the GOP to once again push their puppets forward one rung on the ladder. If that moron calls for insurrection, it's far easier to deal with him out of office than while he's sitting in the White House.

The idea that we can't impeach Trump for fear of Emperor Hirocheeto calling for kaminazis to commit terrorism is preposterous - we, as a country, have dealt with that kind of shiat before, and we'll just have to deal with it again - fear of retaliation should not stop us from doing what is right and just.

And you people wonder why you lost the farkin' election.  This little screed is a perfect encapsulation of why.  You think you are the guardians of all that is right and just.  Why not just go around with belt buckles that say "GOTT MITT UNS" engraved on them?

You've got nothing but venom and today's clever little nickname.  When is the *NEXT* Democrat going to decide to shoot at Republicans, inspired by your dehumanization of them?  It's only been 3 months.


Maybe he felt threaten by the current federal government and was forced to use his second amendment rights.
 
2017-09-26 04:18:42 PM  

hugram: Maybe he felt threaten by the current federal government and was forced to use his second amendment rights.


Damn, beat me to it.
 
2017-09-26 04:20:22 PM  

dittybopper: FormlessOne: Oh, shut up. We know how this works. It's still desirable to get Emperor Hirocheeto out of office, if only to force the GOP to once again push their puppets forward one rung on the ladder. If that moron calls for insurrection, it's far easier to deal with him out of office than while he's sitting in the White House.

The idea that we can't impeach Trump for fear of Emperor Hirocheeto calling for kaminazis to commit terrorism is preposterous - we, as a country, have dealt with that kind of shiat before, and we'll just have to deal with it again - fear of retaliation should not stop us from doing what is right and just.

And you people wonder why you lost the farkin' election.  This little screed is a perfect encapsulation of why.  You think you are the guardians of all that is right and just.  Why not just go around with belt buckles that say "GOTT MITT UNS" engraved on them?

You've got nothing but venom and today's clever little nickname.  When is the *NEXT* Democrat going to decide to shoot at Republicans, inspired by your dehumanization of them?  It's only been 3 months.


Go hide then. I'm sure there is a militia forming just for you.  Nothing will be lost when you go off the grid.
 
2017-09-26 04:24:09 PM  
You impeach Trump for simple political hygienne.

We need to show the world that we can clean ourselves up when we fall into a pile of dung and seem to be wallowing in it.

It is a matter of dignity and respect for our fellow man.

When you take a big dump, you flush the toilet for yourself.
 
2017-09-26 04:25:37 PM  

dittybopper: You've got nothing but venom and today's clever little nickname.


I take this back:  It's not even a clever nickname:  Emperor Hirohito was largely a figurehead, the real power in Imperial Japan was Hideki Tojo.  But I guess you aren't clever enough to make up a clever nickname for that.  Oh, and I guess you've tired of calling him literally Hitler, like Democrats have done to every Republican candidate since Dewey back in 1948.  Literally every single one.  When you call an inoffensive milquetoast like Mitt Romney Hitler, no one listens to you anymore.

Oh, and I love the dizzying 180 degree spins on John McCain:  He was literally Hitler who betrayed his country and caused a bunch of damage to military equipment, at least back in 2008 when he was running for president.  And now?  He's a hero because he is against Trump.  One of the "good" Republicans.

I swear you people have the farkin' memory of a goldfish.  Either that, or you literally only see others as to whether they advance your agenda or not at that moment and have no problem changing on a daily basis so it suits you.
 
2017-09-26 04:28:45 PM  
Want.him.gone.
We can deal with whatever happens after that.
 
2017-09-26 04:29:15 PM  

dittybopper: dittybopper: You've got nothing but venom and today's clever little nickname.

I take this back:  It's not even a clever nickname:  Emperor Hirohito was largely a figurehead, the real power in Imperial Japan was Hideki Tojo.  But I guess you aren't clever enough to make up a clever nickname for that.  Oh, and I guess you've tired of calling him literally Hitler, like Democrats have done to every Republican candidate since Dewey back in 1948.  Literally every single one.  When you call an inoffensive milquetoast like Mitt Romney Hitler, no one listens to you anymore.

Oh, and I love the dizzying 180 degree spins on John McCain:  He was literally Hitler who betrayed his country and caused a bunch of damage to military equipment, at least back in 2008 when he was running for president.  And now?  He's a hero because he is against Trump.  One of the "good" Republicans.

I swear you people have the farkin' memory of a goldfish.  Either that, or you literally only see others as to whether they advance your agenda or not at that moment and have no problem changing on a daily basis so it suits you.


Why do you feel the need to defend a guy who stands in opposition to pretty much everything you always claimed to believe in? What happened?
 
2017-09-26 04:29:22 PM  

dittybopper: dittybopper: You've got nothing but venom and today's clever little nickname.

I take this back:  It's not even a clever nickname:  Emperor Hirohito was largely a figurehead, the real power in Imperial Japan was Hideki Tojo.  But I guess you aren't clever enough to make up a clever nickname for that.  Oh, and I guess you've tired of calling him literally Hitler, like Democrats have done to every Republican candidate since Dewey back in 1948.  Literally every single one.  When you call an inoffensive milquetoast like Mitt Romney Hitler, no one listens to you anymore.

Oh, and I love the dizzying 180 degree spins on John McCain:  He was literally Hitler who betrayed his country and caused a bunch of damage to military equipment, at least back in 2008 when he was running for president.  And now?  He's a hero because he is against Trump.  One of the "good" Republicans.

I swear you people have the farkin' memory of a goldfish.  Either that, or you literally only see others as to whether they advance your agenda or not at that moment and have no problem changing on a daily basis so it suits you.


That's rather histrionic.  Having a bad day?  Too many people with bad posture during the Anthem?
 
2017-09-26 04:30:06 PM  

dittybopper: dittybopper: You've got nothing but venom and today's clever little nickname.

I take this back:  It's not even a clever nickname:  Emperor Hirohito was largely a figurehead, the real power in Imperial Japan was Hideki Tojo.  But I guess you aren't clever enough to make up a clever nickname for that.  Oh, and I guess you've tired of calling him literally Hitler, like Democrats have done to every Republican candidate since Dewey back in 1948.  Literally every single one.  When you call an inoffensive milquetoast like Mitt Romney Hitler, no one listens to you anymore.

Oh, and I love the dizzying 180 degree spins on John McCain:  He was literally Hitler who betrayed his country and caused a bunch of damage to military equipment, at least back in 2008 when he was running for president.  And now?  He's a hero because he is against Trump.  One of the "good" Republicans.

I swear you people have the farkin' memory of a goldfish.  Either that, or you literally only see others as to whether they advance your agenda or not at that moment and have no problem changing on a daily basis so it suits you.


"you people "

Nice.
*eyeroll*
 
2017-09-26 04:30:34 PM  
i miss christopher lee
 
2017-09-26 04:32:08 PM  
Ditty shocks the world by getting caught up in semantics, yet again.

I'm sorry that people don't love your dreamboat guy in the White House, but let's face facts: the President is simply neither popular nor effective at much of anything useful to America.  I apologize for other liberals making up insufficiently good nicknames for the President you feel so very attached to.
 
2017-09-26 04:34:22 PM  
Thanks, Nancy Pelosi, but why don't we listen to somebody who actually wants to accomplish something?
 
2017-09-26 04:35:24 PM  

dittybopper: FormlessOne: Oh, shut up. We know how this works. It's still desirable to get Emperor Hirocheeto out of office, if only to force the GOP to once again push their puppets forward one rung on the ladder. If that moron calls for insurrection, it's far easier to deal with him out of office than while he's sitting in the White House.

The idea that we can't impeach Trump for fear of Emperor Hirocheeto calling for kaminazis to commit terrorism is preposterous - we, as a country, have dealt with that kind of shiat before, and we'll just have to deal with it again - fear of retaliation should not stop us from doing what is right and just.

And you people wonder why you lost the farkin' election.  This little screed is a perfect encapsulation of why.  You think you are the guardians of all that is right and just.  Why not just go around with belt buckles that say "GOTT MITT UNS" engraved on them?

You've got nothing but venom and today's clever little nickname.  When is the *NEXT* Democrat going to decide to shoot at Republicans, inspired by your dehumanization of them?  It's only been 3 months.


Right after a republican shoots up another innocent business owner's store, but before a republican runs over an innocent protestor. We've already had our church shooting for the month, so by all indications we're right on schedule.
 
2017-09-26 04:37:37 PM  
Stupid mobile, dropping my slashy.

/Nothing shocks and offends a conservative quite like a a liberal behaving like a conservative.
 
2017-09-26 04:38:03 PM  

Ambivalence: We keep him at our own peril. He is one twitter rant from starting WWIII, for fark's sake. How much worse could the replacement be, anyway?


NEVER say that! It could always be worse. Remember when we thought W was as bad as it could get?
 
2017-09-26 04:38:39 PM  

dittybopper: dittybopper: You've got nothing but venom and today's clever little nickname.

I take this back:  It's not even a clever nickname:  Emperor Hirohito was largely a figurehead, the real power in Imperial Japan was Hideki Tojo.  But I guess you aren't clever enough to make up a clever nickname for that.  Oh, and I guess you've tired of calling him literally Hitler, like Democrats have done to every Republican candidate since Dewey back in 1948.  Literally every single one.  When you call an inoffensive milquetoast like Mitt Romney Hitler, no one listens to you anymore.

Oh, and I love the dizzying 180 degree spins on John McCain:  He was literally Hitler who betrayed his country and caused a bunch of damage to military equipment, at least back in 2008 when he was running for president.  And now?  He's a hero because he is against Trump.  One of the "good" Republicans.

I swear you people have the farkin' memory of a goldfish.  Either that, or you literally only see others as to whether they advance your agenda or not at that moment and have no problem changing on a daily basis so it suits you.


Voting right once on a bill doesn't negate taking the position that a person wouldn't make a good President.

Rational thought increadingly eludes you.
 
2017-09-26 04:39:49 PM  

dittybopper: dittybopper: You've got nothing but venom and today's clever little nickname.

I take this back:  It's not even a clever nickname:  Emperor Hirohito was largely a figurehead, the real power in Imperial Japan was Hideki Tojo.  But I guess you aren't clever enough to make up a clever nickname for that.  Oh, and I guess you've tired of calling him literally Hitler, like Democrats have done to every Republican candidate since Dewey back in 1948.  Literally every single one.  When you call an inoffensive milquetoast like Mitt Romney Hitler, no one listens to you anymore.

Oh, and I love the dizzying 180 degree spins on John McCain:  He was literally Hitler who betrayed his country and caused a bunch of damage to military equipment, at least back in 2008 when he was running for president.  And now?  He's a hero because he is against Trump.  One of the "good" Republicans.

I swear you people have the farkin' memory of a goldfish.  Either that, or you literally only see others as to whether they advance your agenda or not at that moment and have no problem changing on a daily basis so it suits you.


Lets see memory of goldfish eh ? Well YOU were the one before the election saying you would be voting from the rooftops if you didn't get your way.

Then in a more recent rant had to reach way back to vietnam to try and justify your boys collusion by whattabouting Jane Farking Fonda

You pretend to have some kind of legal understanding of pardons where you got your ass handed to you again. etc etc etc etc

how do find so much time to post in the internet and run around in the woods playing American Indian jerking it to your cannon ?
 
2017-09-26 04:40:53 PM  
Plea for the status quo. A decisive positive step would be scary and has a chance of producing a backlash. So let's just keep things the way they are, let the people who are being stupid continue to be stupid, let the people being hurt continue to be hurt.

The boat's leaking, sure, but we shouldn't rock it trying to fix it.
 
2017-09-26 04:40:56 PM  
Does anyone really think that if Trump goes down, even if it's just impeachment and removal and not full criminal charges, that he'll go down without taking everyone else with him?  The ensuing tweet storm alone would likely implicate dozens of people.
 
2017-09-26 04:41:09 PM  
Aw, jeez.  You mean if we impeach him, there might be white supremacists marching in the streets?

assets.nydailynews.com

I guess we have to keep him as president.  Wouldn't want impeaching him to enable them.  Gotta keep it with bullshiat denouncements while going all in on the NFL.  That'll keep his supporters in check.
 
2017-09-26 04:41:21 PM  
He's saying that we should be scared of division so allow the Russian spy to keep spying. Great.
 
2017-09-26 04:41:29 PM  
Thing that occurred to me today and made me depressed. If he lives a long life--and too many of the biggest assholes do, see Sheldon Adelson--he's going to be an ex-President for a long time, and the goddamn press is going to report on all of his insufferableness for years and years and years.
 
2017-09-26 04:42:21 PM  

dittybopper: And you people wonder why you lost the farkin' election


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jerking_motion.jiffy
 
2017-09-26 04:42:45 PM  
Jeez, ditty. I used to look forward to your input on things like crypto and radio stuff. But you've really gone around the bend.
 
2017-09-26 04:42:59 PM  
Let him incite violence. Makes it easier to arrest the infection, instead of letting it be a silent, growing cancer.
 
2017-09-26 04:43:33 PM  
"Nothing similar is likely to happen with Trump. He's probably not going to be found admitting on tape to some crime"

What can you do with concern trolls like this?  He admitted on camera that he fired Comey to stop the Russia investigation. He stated clearly and openly during an interview on national television that he obstructed justice.
 
2017-09-26 04:44:49 PM  

factoryconnection: If the reason is politics, we can handle politics.  Mike Pence is a cookie-cutter bible-thumping republican.  We've had those before.  He is not an unhinged egomaniac.

If the reason is political violence?  Well I guess the third of this country that thinks he's great should be able to dictate to us that there are simply no more rules for government officials.  That's sound policy.


Pence is an incurious doofus. Still better than current occupant of the Oval.
 
2017-09-26 04:45:16 PM  
Not going peacefully if impeached? Why does anyone think he'll go peacefully at the end of his first term if he loses the 2020 election? Remember this is a guy who simply cannot deal with losing? Mark my words, if he loses the 2020 election he will scream and shout that his second term is being stolen from him by illegals voting, voting fraud, etc... Scream for his supporters to rise up. This shiat is only the beginning.

/Superman where r u?
 
2017-09-26 04:45:52 PM  

razyjean: Ambivalence: We keep him at our own peril. He is one twitter rant from starting WWIII, for fark's sake. How much worse could the replacement be, anyway?

NEVER say that! It could always be worse. Remember when we thought W was as bad as it could get?


Yeah but we know Dick Cheney would have been worse.
 
2017-09-26 04:47:51 PM  

Ambivalence: razyjean: Ambivalence: We keep him at our own peril. He is one twitter rant from starting WWIII, for fark's sake. How much worse could the replacement be, anyway?

NEVER say that! It could always be worse. Remember when we thought W was as bad as it could get?

Yeah but we know Dick Cheney would have been worse.


Can you imagine how bad the 00s would have been if Cheney were the mastermind and Dubya was just some dry-drunk cokehead who'd say and do anything to win the acceptance of his father?
 
2017-09-26 04:48:25 PM  
As corrupt as this horrifyingly incompetent administration would seem to be, I believe we would end up with some random secretary in charge like in Battlestar Galactica.
 
2017-09-26 04:48:41 PM  
factoryconnection:I guess the third of this country that thinks he's great should be able to dictate to us that there are simply no more rules for government officials.  That's sound policy.

That's already been established if you have a (D) after your name. Why not round it off?
 
2017-09-26 04:50:36 PM  

Archidude: dittybopper: dittybopper: You've got nothing but venom and today's clever little nickname.

I take this back:  It's not even a clever nickname:  Emperor Hirohito was largely a figurehead, the real power in Imperial Japan was Hideki Tojo.  But I guess you aren't clever enough to make up a clever nickname for that.  Oh, and I guess you've tired of calling him literally Hitler, like Democrats have done to every Republican candidate since Dewey back in 1948.  Literally every single one.  When you call an inoffensive milquetoast like Mitt Romney Hitler, no one listens to you anymore.

Oh, and I love the dizzying 180 degree spins on John McCain:  He was literally Hitler who betrayed his country and caused a bunch of damage to military equipment, at least back in 2008 when he was running for president.  And now?  He's a hero because he is against Trump.  One of the "good" Republicans.

I swear you people have the farkin' memory of a goldfish.  Either that, or you literally only see others as to whether they advance your agenda or not at that moment and have no problem changing on a daily basis so it suits you.

Voting right once on a bill doesn't negate taking the position that a person wouldn't make a good President.

Rational thought increadingly eludes you.


"Nuance"?!?  What does that mean?  This is America, I don't speak French!
 
2017-09-26 04:51:06 PM  
I think this is a narrative put out by his camp to make us too afraid to get rid of him. That should be frightening to have a president we are too scared to impeach. It defeats the purpose of having it as an option.
 
2017-09-26 04:51:25 PM  

dittybopper: dittybopper: You've got nothing but venom and today's clever little nickname.

I take this back:  It's not even a clever nickname:  Emperor Hirohito was largely a figurehead, the real power in Imperial Japan was Hideki Tojo.  But I guess you aren't clever enough to make up a clever nickname for that.  Oh, and I guess you've tired of calling him literally Hitler, like Democrats have done to every Republican candidate since Dewey back in 1948.  Literally every single one.  When you call an inoffensive milquetoast like Mitt Romney Hitler, no one listens to you anymore.

Oh, and I love the dizzying 180 degree spins on John McCain:  He was literally Hitler who betrayed his country and caused a bunch of damage to military equipment, at least back in 2008 when he was running for president.  And now?  He's a hero because he is against Trump.  One of the "good" Republicans.

I swear you people have the farkin' memory of a goldfish.  Either that, or you literally only see others as to whether they advance your agenda or not at that moment and have no problem changing on a daily basis so it suits you.


Oh, my!

 What was it exactly that triggered you?

img.fark.net
 
2017-09-26 04:53:49 PM  

NateAsbestos: Jeez, ditty. I used to look forward to your input on things like crypto and radio stuff. But you've really gone around the bend.


He's been getting odder and odder as that nothingburger gains mass.

"Trump's supporters would feel that they were deprived of their electoral victory."

How farking tragic that would be! I wonder if that deadbeat Joe Walsh would finally grab his musket.
 
2017-09-26 04:55:46 PM  
Why impeach when Clinton's lawyers are building a compelling case to invalidate Trump's 'victory' due to misconduct.  Even a Conservative Supreme Court isn't going to say he who cheats best wins... out loud.
 
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