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2020-04-08 8:43:59 PM  
Before the novel coronavirus struck, 300,000 evictions were filed in the United States in a typical month.

Something about this fact alone does not exactly scream "greatest nation on Earth" to me....
 
2020-04-08 8:51:35 PM  
Similar with mortgage forbearance. If you file now, you get 3 months of suspended payments. The catch is that when the forbearance ends, you must pay the full amount due (3 payments) and your current payment.

Yeah, all these people out of work are going to have than kind of money in 4 months.
 
2020-04-08 8:53:20 PM  
1) so who is going to rent those empty apartments
2) how long before some unhappy vigilante calls on the landlord
3) what does GOP do to counter all the publicity of dispossessed families camping out on sidewalk
 
2020-04-08 10:17:14 PM  

mjjt: 3) what does GOP do to counter all the publicity of dispossessed families camping out on sidewalk


This is going to be a big problem for the GOP in November. They're running the playbook of keeping the rich people happy and not thinking of anything else at all. Trump made a huge mistake not inviting a single Democrat to the Oval for the signing of the CARES package. By trying to take all the credit for 'doing something', what he's really done is hung a ticking albatross around the neck of the entire GOP. Plus by gutting the thing the House fought hardest for, the oversight, they're really hanging 'guilty' placards around their necks and kneecapping any excuse of "democrat red tape" or whatever they might have been able to use.

Basically come November the only people who should be voting Republican are millionaires and people who's mothers are also their sister. Ten million unemployed people in two weeks is mind boggling. Even if last week's 6.6 million was the worst week, it's going to be in the millions every week for several weeks to come at least. It's going to get ugly. And that's not even considering what social unrest is surely going to ignite from this.

The crazy-ass North Korea style brainwashing attempt this week to spin the death toll and the optimism are just insane. Even if the virus disappeared right now, it would take many months at least to get the unemployment numbers back up. Failing that, even if you got 100% buy-in from the media to not report the infections and death, and everyone went back to work, it wouldn't take long before enough people collectively noticed the overflowing hospitals and chaos unfolding from the sick and self-isolating that we'll be right back to where we are now, with all progress lost.

Hate to be a doomsayer, but at this point I expect nothing but the United States doing the exact wrong thing at every turn, extending the misery and suffering and poverty and death much longer than it had to last. Given the miles-long food bank pics and videos being shared all across the country, I'm wondering when we're going to see our first food riot.
 
2020-04-08 11:36:23 PM  
Perhaps we'll actually deal with the homeless problem?
 
2020-04-09 1:09:03 AM  
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2020-04-09 1:10:13 AM  

KungFuJunkie: Similar with mortgage forbearance. If you file now, you get 3 months of suspended payments. The catch is that when the forbearance ends, you must pay the full amount due (3 payments) and your current payment.

Yeah, all these people out of work are going to have than kind of money in 4 months.


Not correct.

You may be entitled to 6 months, plus an additional 6 months of you wish.

After that, you get evaluated for what you can afford.
 
2020-04-09 1:12:36 AM  
Well, this could well be the onset of civil war. It's clear the states must take matters into their own hands and give the federal government and their Wall Street pimps a big FU and focus on looking after the best interests of their communities

It will be interesting to watch what happens when the educated and innovative brain trust that actually makes America great leaves America and the willfully ignorant "libertarian" farqwads and their fascist masters are left to their own devices
 
2020-04-09 1:12:41 AM  

Action Replay Nick: mjjt: 3) what does GOP do to counter all the publicity of dispossessed families camping out on sidewalk

This is going to be a big problem for the GOP in November.


Anyone who believes a single word coming out of his mouth or twitter feed now will believe him in November when he blames Democrats.
 
2020-04-09 1:13:42 AM  

edmo: Perhaps we'll actually deal with the homeless problem?


Heh. Good one.
 
2020-04-09 1:14:25 AM  
America is all stocked up on guns.
Police officers are dying of Covid-19.
Military is infected with Covid-19.

Be best.
 
2020-04-09 1:14:35 AM  
Starting a website on successful squatting tactics on a state by state basis might  not be such a bad idea at this point.
 
2020-04-09 1:14:45 AM  

fredbox: Action Replay Nick: mjjt: 3) what does GOP do to counter all the publicity of dispossessed families camping out on sidewalk

This is going to be a big problem for the GOP in November.

Anyone who believes a single word coming out of his mouth or twitter feed now will believe him in November when he blames Democrats.


Well duh. Anyone with half a brain knows this is all Obama's fault

#MAGAWAGADINGDONG
 
2020-04-09 1:16:30 AM  

rcain: Well, this could well be the onset of civil war. It's clear the states must take matters into their own hands and give the federal government and their Wall Street pimps a big FU and focus on looking after the best interests of their communities

It will be interesting to watch what happens when the educated and innovative brain trust that actually makes America great leaves America and the willfully ignorant "libertarian" farqwads and their fascist masters are left to their own devices


Lol. Still selling that civil war schtick.

Don't ever change.
 
2020-04-09 1:17:08 AM  

mjjt: 1) so who is going to rent those empty apartments
2) how long before some unhappy vigilante calls on the landlord
3) what does GOP do to counter all the publicity of dispossessed families camping out on sidewalk


How is this a GOP thing?
 
2020-04-09 1:17:51 AM  

Action Replay Nick: mjjt: 3) what does GOP do to counter all the publicity of dispossessed families camping out on sidewalk

This is going to be a big problem for the GOP in November. They're running the playbook of keeping the rich people happy and not thinking of anything else at all. Trump made a huge mistake not inviting a single Democrat to the Oval for the signing of the CARES package. By trying to take all the credit for 'doing something', what he's really done is hung a ticking albatross around the neck of the entire GOP. Plus by gutting the thing the House fought hardest for, the oversight, they're really hanging 'guilty' placards around their necks and kneecapping any excuse of "democrat red tape" or whatever they might have been able to use.

Basically come November the only people who should be voting Republican are millionaires and people who's mothers are also their sister. Ten million unemployed people in two weeks is mind boggling. Even if last week's 6.6 million was the worst week, it's going to be in the millions every week for several weeks to come at least. It's going to get ugly. And that's not even considering what social unrest is surely going to ignite from this.

The crazy-ass North Korea style brainwashing attempt this week to spin the death toll and the optimism are just insane. Even if the virus disappeared right now, it would take many months at least to get the unemployment numbers back up. Failing that, even if you got 100% buy-in from the media to not report the infections and death, and everyone went back to work, it wouldn't take long before enough people collectively noticed the overflowing hospitals and chaos unfolding from the sick and self-isolating that we'll be right back to where we are now, with all progress lost.

Hate to be a doomsayer, but at this point I expect nothing but the United States doing the exact wrong thing at every turn, extending the misery and suffering and poverty and death much longer than it had to last. Given the miles-long food bank pics and videos being shared all across the country, I'm wondering when we're going to see our first food riot.


I'm a doomsayer and I approve this message
 
2020-04-09 1:18:16 AM  
Invest in self storage companies, I see a boom ahead in this area.
 
2020-04-09 1:18:46 AM  

FleshMonkey: rcain: Well, this could well be the onset of civil war. It's clear the states must take matters into their own hands and give the federal government and their Wall Street pimps a big FU and focus on looking after the best interests of their communities

It will be interesting to watch what happens when the educated and innovative brain trust that actually makes America great leaves America and the willfully ignorant "libertarian" farqwads and their fascist masters are left to their own devices

Lol. Still selling that civil war schtick.

Don't ever change.


Oh, there won't be much "civil" about it...
 
2020-04-09 1:18:51 AM  

edmo: Perhaps we'll actually deal with the homeless problem?


There is no dealing with the homeless problem unless the government is given civil rights abusing levels of coercive power over the homeless.
 
2020-04-09 1:18:57 AM  
I'm sure people will just happily take massive evictions and foreclosures in stride and just keep on going in life. No violence at all. Nope.

How long would it take to 3D print a guillotine?
 
2020-04-09 1:19:38 AM  

Purple_Urkle: Be best.


I continue to be surprised that no one is conducting a criminal investigation into how and why a domestic prostitute known more for her escort skills than half-assed modeling career was given a GENIUS VISA meant for highly skilled intellectuals or people with valuable talents and abilities

Especially when it's public knowledge that Jeffrey Epstein brokered her sale to Trump
 
2020-04-09 1:22:57 AM  
Hope you like homeless people. Because this is how you get lots and lots of newly homeless people.
 
2020-04-09 1:23:50 AM  

rcain: Well, this could well be the onset of civil war. It's clear the states must take matters into their own hands and give the federal government and their Wall Street pimps a big FU and focus on looking after the best interests of their communities

It will be interesting to watch what happens when the educated and innovative brain trust that actually makes America great leaves America and the willfully ignorant "libertarian" farqwads and their fascist masters are left to their own devices


Huh. No money to live under a roof, no money for food, no healthcare, no security, no job is going to be interesting when 300,000 grow exponentially into millions of Americans looking for what they need to survive.

I am thinking The Day After meets The Purge.

Where is your Trump Golden Calf God now biatches?
 
2020-04-09 1:26:32 AM  

bobobolinskii: Starting a website on successful squatting tactics on a state by state basis might  not be such a bad idea at this point.


Just make sure you're behind seven proxies. Helping the poors always ends with an execution of some sort
 
2020-04-09 1:27:53 AM  
Do we have to go through a real estate collapse again?
 
2020-04-09 1:29:52 AM  

edmo: Perhaps we'll actually deal with the homeless problem?


I have a modest proposal for you...
 
2020-04-09 1:30:02 AM  
Seems like a problem easy to fix with UBI.
 
2020-04-09 1:30:02 AM  

KungFuJunkie: Similar with mortgage forbearance. If you file now, you get 3 months of suspended payments. The catch is that when the forbearance ends, you must pay the full amount due (3 payments) and your current payment.

Yeah, all these people out of work are going to have than kind of money in 4 months.


That's not what my mortgage company is offering. At the end of the three months you can request an additional 3 months, move the missed payments to the end of loan, or modify the loan agreement to address longer term financial changes.
 
2020-04-09 1:30:10 AM  
Real life nerfing. I want a rain check on using this freeze some (if not all) collections chance card. Lost all of my worldly possessions when I lost my job in 2009 and couldn't find anyone to take me on. Tanked my credit and had to struggle for 7 years as well. No one was there to help, not even unemployment. I was stuck in limbo having removed my residency from Missouri but hadn't lived in Alaska long enough to become a resident with the unemployment benefits. I guess you could say it built some character in me though. Having never been down and out it was a realization of just how quickly life can turn against you.

/creditors were about the only people to check up on me regularly
//hey you still owe us money
///get in line
 
2020-04-09 1:31:32 AM  

yagottabefarkinkiddinme: rcain: Well, this could well be the onset of civil war. It's clear the states must take matters into their own hands and give the federal government and their Wall Street pimps a big FU and focus on looking after the best interests of their communities

It will be interesting to watch what happens when the educated and innovative brain trust that actually makes America great leaves America and the willfully ignorant "libertarian" farqwads and their fascist masters are left to their own devices

Huh. No money to live under a roof, no money for food, no healthcare, no security, no job is going to be interesting when 300,000 grow exponentially into millions of Americans looking for what they need to survive.

I am thinking The Day After meets The Purge.

Where is your Trump Golden Calf God now biatches?


Hopefully the golden cow is on his golden toilet stroking out over trying to push a hamberder thru a blocked colon
 
2020-04-09 1:32:08 AM  

yagottabefarkinkiddinme: rcain: Well, this could well be the onset of civil war. It's clear the states must take matters into their own hands and give the federal government and their Wall Street pimps a big FU and focus on looking after the best interests of their communities

It will be interesting to watch what happens when the educated and innovative brain trust that actually makes America great leaves America and the willfully ignorant "libertarian" farqwads and their fascist masters are left to their own devices

Huh. No money to live under a roof, no money for food, no healthcare, no security, no job is going to be interesting when 300,000 grow exponentially into millions of Americans looking for what they need to survive.

I am thinking The Day After meets The Purge.

Where is your Trump Golden Calf God now biatches?


Thats why the States must secede, to keep people housed and fed

The fascist elite have used the right-wing media to brainwash these chuckleheads into being ignorant little anarchism who think America is all about every man, woman and child fending for themselves while groveling at the feet of the fascists who are greedily taking away their education, health care, housing and impoverishing then through constant deregulation and market crashes

It will take a massive feat of social welfare on a scale not seen since FDR, and you can be sure as shiat that the GOP would fight tooth and nail to prevent that from happening, which is why the states that aren't run and populated by willfully ignorant jacjasses must band together, form a new union and do what must be done for the good of the many, not just the entitled few who don't pay a dime in taxes anyway
 
2020-04-09 1:34:32 AM  

pedrop357: edmo: Perhaps we'll actually deal with the homeless problem?

There is no dealing with the homeless problem unless the government is given civil rights abusing levels of coercive power over the homeless.


If you think the homeless are the problem and not the symptom, you are both entirely missing the point and also complicit when they start loading the ovens.
 
2020-04-09 1:35:27 AM  

yagottabefarkinkiddinme: rcain: Well, this could well be the onset of civil war. It's clear the states must take matters into their own hands and give the federal government and their Wall Street pimps a big FU and focus on looking after the best interests of their communities

It will be interesting to watch what happens when the educated and innovative brain trust that actually makes America great leaves America and the willfully ignorant "libertarian" farqwads and their fascist masters are left to their own devices

Huh. No money to live under a roof, no money for food, no healthcare, no security, no job is going to be interesting when 300,000 grow exponentially into millions of Americans looking for what they need to survive.

I am thinking The Day After meets The Purge.

Where is your Trump Golden Calf God now biatches?


They will convince everyone that it was the Democrats who shut everything down and prevented the people from going to work and crashed the economy.
 
2020-04-09 1:36:04 AM  

Action Replay Nick: mjjt: 3) what does GOP do to counter all the publicity of dispossessed families camping out on sidewalk

This is going to be a big problem for the GOP in November. They're running the playbook of keeping the rich people happy and not thinking of anything else at all. Trump made a huge mistake not inviting a single Democrat to the Oval for the signing of the CARES package. By trying to take all the credit for 'doing something', what he's really done is hung a ticking albatross around the neck of the entire GOP. Plus by gutting the thing the House fought hardest for, the oversight, they're really hanging 'guilty' placards around their necks and kneecapping any excuse of "democrat red tape" or whatever they might have been able to use.

Basically come November the only people who should be voting Republican are millionaires and people who's mothers are also their sister. Ten million unemployed people in two weeks is mind boggling. Even if last week's 6.6 million was the worst week, it's going to be in the millions every week for several weeks to come at least. It's going to get ugly. And that's not even considering what social unrest is surely going to ignite from this.


Even worse: Those millions listed are the millions of people who were successfully register/claim unemployement. In many states the unemployment websites are completely overloaded, so in all reality the number of actually unemployed people is even higher -- not everyone is getting counted yet.
 
2020-04-09 1:37:37 AM  
Our republic is made of fragile glass. Interesting times.
 
2020-04-09 1:38:45 AM  

Action Replay Nick: Before the novel coronavirus struck, 300,000 evictions were filed in the United States in a typical month.

Something about this fact alone does not exactly scream "greatest nation on Earth" to me....


Something tells me you've never been a landlord.
 
2020-04-09 1:40:29 AM  

bobobolinskii: Starting a website on successful squatting tactics on a state by state basis might  not be such a bad idea at this point.


Because fark the landlords?  They aren't charities.  And I guarantee that most landlords know how that works and are prepared to deal with it.

For the most part, the money that a landlord collects in rent is going toward paying a mortgage/debt on the property and paying taxes and upkeep (with, yeah, some profit, because what would be the point otherwise?).  You don't pay the rent, they can't pay the mortgage, the bank forecloses on the property, and then you're evicted anyway.  It's not exactly fair to take the landlord or your neighbors down with you.
 
2020-04-09 1:41:38 AM  
What the fuk have we become?

/post whiskey infused.
 
2020-04-09 1:44:08 AM  

yagottabefarkinkiddinme: What the fuk have we become?

/post whiskey infused.


What Have You Become? - SNL
Youtube ZZo03FKl3sw
 
2020-04-09 1:45:26 AM  

bobobolinskii: Starting a website on successful squatting tactics on a state by state basis might  not be such a bad idea at this point.


Not a bad idea.
 
2020-04-09 1:45:42 AM  

yagottabefarkinkiddinme: What the fuk have we become?

/post whiskey infused.


A little bit of the Matrix, a little bit of Minority Report and a splash of Men in Black
 
2020-04-09 1:48:28 AM  

Action Replay Nick: mjjt: 3) what does GOP do to counter all the publicity of dispossessed families camping out on sidewalk

This is going to be a big problem for the GOP in November. They're running the playbook of keeping the rich people happy and not thinking of anything else at all. Trump made a huge mistake not inviting a single Democrat to the Oval for the signing of the CARES package. By trying to take all the credit for 'doing something', what he's really done is hung a ticking albatross around the neck of the entire GOP. Plus by gutting the thing the House fought hardest for, the oversight, they're really hanging 'guilty' placards around their necks and kneecapping any excuse of "democrat red tape" or whatever they might have been able to use.

Basically come November the only people who should be voting Republican are millionaires and people who's mothers are also their sister. Ten million unemployed people in two weeks is mind boggling. Even if last week's 6.6 million was the worst week, it's going to be in the millions every week for several weeks to come at least. It's going to get ugly. And that's not even considering what social unrest is surely going to ignite from this.

The crazy-ass North Korea style brainwashing attempt this week to spin the death toll and the optimism are just insane. Even if the virus disappeared right now, it would take many months at least to get the unemployment numbers back up. Failing that, even if you got 100% buy-in from the media to not report the infections and death, and everyone went back to work, it wouldn't take long before enough people collectively noticed the overflowing hospitals and chaos unfolding from the sick and self-isolating that we'll be right back to where we are now, with all progress lost.

Hate to be a doomsayer, but at this point I expect nothing but the United States doing the exact wrong thing at every turn, extending the misery and suffering and poverty and death much longer than it had to last. Given the miles-lon ...


Unfortunately I do not think this is going to be much of a problem for the GOP come November. They will just churn out the general "blame the Democrats" and more specific "blame Obama" campaign and most of their supporters, no matter what manner of crap and hardship they have had to endure during this crisis, will cling to the GOP like a drowning man clings to a life preserver, and they will blame the Democrats just like they were told to.
 
2020-04-09 1:48:58 AM  

fredbox: pedrop357: edmo: Perhaps we'll actually deal with the homeless problem?

There is no dealing with the homeless problem unless the government is given civil rights abusing levels of coercive power over the homeless.

If you think the homeless are the problem and not the symptom, you are both entirely missing the point and also complicit when they start loading the ovens.


It's obvious that the people talking the most about dealing with the homeless problem are unwilling to delve into the complex solutions needed to address the things that lead to homelessness, nor are they willing to do anything that might lead to fewer homeless.

This is no different then their unwillingness and/or inability to address the things that lead to areas with insanely disproportionate levels of violence.

If the left could address homelessness, San Francisco wouldn't be a homeless mecca.  If they could address violence, DC and Chicago wouldn't have small sections of the city with rampant violence.  Yes, DC and Chicago do not have the highest violent crime rate, but they are deep blue cities; with Chicago in a blue county in a blue state.  San Francisco is a blue area in a blue state and just cannot manage it.

Addressing root causes means confronting uncomfortable realities, possibly engaging in 'tough love' or outright coercive approaches, it may also involve increased policing, possibly more arrests in some areas, etc.
The short term will even involve people telling their sob story on the news about how put out they are that are new rules for this program or that program to curb abuse or make it more of a safety net and less of a hammock.
 
2020-04-09 1:49:08 AM  

powhound: yagottabefarkinkiddinme: What the fuk have we become?

/post whiskey infused.

A little bit of the Matrix, a little bit of Minority Report and a splash of Men in Black


Running man, RoboCop, Soylent Green.
 
2020-04-09 1:49:58 AM  

Excelsior: Action Replay Nick: mjjt: 3) what does GOP do to counter all the publicity of dispossessed families camping out on sidewalk

This is going to be a big problem for the GOP in November. They're running the playbook of keeping the rich people happy and not thinking of anything else at all. Trump made a huge mistake not inviting a single Democrat to the Oval for the signing of the CARES package. By trying to take all the credit for 'doing something', what he's really done is hung a ticking albatross around the neck of the entire GOP. Plus by gutting the thing the House fought hardest for, the oversight, they're really hanging 'guilty' placards around their necks and kneecapping any excuse of "democrat red tape" or whatever they might have been able to use.

Basically come November the only people who should be voting Republican are millionaires and people who's mothers are also their sister. Ten million unemployed people in two weeks is mind boggling. Even if last week's 6.6 million was the worst week, it's going to be in the millions every week for several weeks to come at least. It's going to get ugly. And that's not even considering what social unrest is surely going to ignite from this.

Even worse: Those millions listed are the millions of people who were successfully register/claim unemployement. In many states the unemployment websites are completely overloaded, so in all reality the number of actually unemployed people is even higher -- not everyone is getting counted yet.


Undercounting seems to be a common problem these days...
 
2020-04-09 1:50:11 AM  

rcain: yagottabefarkinkiddinme: rcain: Well, this could well be the onset of civil war. It's clear the states must take matters into their own hands and give the federal government and their Wall Street pimps a big FU and focus on looking after the best interests of their communities

It will be interesting to watch what happens when the educated and innovative brain trust that actually makes America great leaves America and the willfully ignorant "libertarian" farqwads and their fascist masters are left to their own devices

Huh. No money to live under a roof, no money for food, no healthcare, no security, no job is going to be interesting when 300,000 grow exponentially into millions of Americans looking for what they need to survive.

I am thinking The Day After meets The Purge.

Where is your Trump Golden Calf God now biatches?

Thats why the States must secede, to keep people housed and fed

The fascist elite have used the right-wing media to brainwash these chuckleheads into being ignorant little anarchism who think America is all about every man, woman and child fending for themselves while groveling at the feet of the fascists who are greedily taking away their education, health care, housing and impoverishing then through constant deregulation and market crashes

It will take a massive feat of social welfare on a scale not seen since FDR, and you can be sure as shiat that the GOP would fight tooth and nail to prevent that from happening, which is why the states that aren't run and populated by willfully ignorant jacjasses must band together, form a new union and do what must be done for the good of the many, not just the entitled few who don't pay a dime in taxes anyway


That was pretty much how Hoover got himself elected out. He saw the crisis and he tried to ameliorate, but the ingrained mentality was balanced budgets, so there was a limit to what he was able/prepared to spend. And because it clearly was inadequate, both he and his party were turfed out in a landslide.
 
2020-04-09 1:52:36 AM  

Mock26: Unfortunately I do not think this is going to be much of a problem for the GOP come November. They will just churn out the general "blame the Democrats" and more specific "blame Obama" campaign and most of their supporters, no matter what manner of crap and hardship they have had to endure during this crisis, will cling to the GOP like a drowning man clings to a life preserver, and they will blame the Democrats just like they were told to.


Most people with any sense will know that this wasn't the creation or the fault of GOP.  They'll also notice that it's also happening quite a bit in areas that are far from GOP controlled.  Will the GOP be to blame for evictions and/or other financial problems in Hawaii, NYC, or Chicago, for example?
 
2020-04-09 1:52:44 AM  

scalpod: Hope you like homeless people. Because this is how you get lots and lots of newly homeless people.


Bonus for GOP sh*tfunnels:  these folks will need to update their voter registration to reflect their new addresses (or complete lack thereof).

Expect depressed turnout even if there's magically a vaccine by Election Day.
 
2020-04-09 1:57:10 AM  

yagottabefarkinkiddinme: rcain: Well, this could well be the onset of civil war. It's clear the states must take matters into their own hands and give the federal government and their Wall Street pimps a big FU and focus on looking after the best interests of their communities

It will be interesting to watch what happens when the educated and innovative brain trust that actually makes America great leaves America and the willfully ignorant "libertarian" farqwads and their fascist masters are left to their own devices

Huh. No money to live under a roof, no money for food, no healthcare, no security, no job is going to be interesting when 300,000 grow exponentially into millions of Americans looking for what they need to survive.

I am thinking The Day After meets The Purge.

Where is your Trump Golden Calf God now biatches?


"The Democrats and their liberal enablers are the cause of your woes. It's time to remove them from the body politic."

You know that's what they'll try to pull
 
2020-04-09 1:58:05 AM  

BafflerMeal: powhound: yagottabefarkinkiddinme: What the fuk have we become?

/post whiskey infused.

A little bit of the Matrix, a little bit of Minority Report and a splash of Men in Black

Running man, RoboCop, Soylent Green.


That would be a fun thread. The best movie recipe describing the current situation.

I wanted to add in a bit of Indiana Jones to my mix but wasn't sure if it needed to be nuked in the microwave for an hour before whipping in.
 
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