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2020-12-18 7:38:14 PM  
I said FS1 into my smart TV and it said "dude why?"
 
2020-12-18 7:56:02 PM  
SASHA SASHA WE WANT SASHA

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/surreal
 
2020-12-18 8:01:43 PM  

indybill23: I said FS1 into my smart TV and it said "dude why?"


It must have thought you were looking for AXS.
 
2020-12-18 8:04:37 PM  
You know, those veneers Roman got during his time off actually make him look more like an Ahole than ever.

Also...

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2020-12-18 8:11:09 PM  

isamudyson: indybill23: I said FS1 into my smart TV and it said "dude why?"

It must have thought you were looking for AXS.


So I used the link you left me the other day and watched a couple of matches from Wrestle Kingdom 14...

I started with Okada/Naito because I figured "this is the main event and I've heard these guys are awesome". Had time to watch another match after that... considered Tanahashi/Jericho or KENTA/Goto but ultimately settled for Ibushi/White because I've always been really impressed when I've seen Ibushi.

Both matches were excellent (no surprise there). I found it to be a lot more impactful - those suplexes look so much more brutal than what we typically see - and the selling is better as well. Saw some moves I don't think I'd ever seen before... a top rope poinsonrana (!) and some mood Ibushi called a "bastard driver" that looked insane (and wasn't even his finisher!). I like that it comes across as more of a sport in terms of presentation... I like seeing all the cameramen around the ring and the big introductions before the matches. I also like how they approach finishers - going for and hitting them earlier in matches leads to some really good nearfalls that I think you don't typically see here. I thought the entrances were really cool. The crowd behavior is a big difference... I like that they don't just chant things constantly, but they do seem a little quiet at times and they never leave their seats. I'd attribute that to cultural differences?

I think sometimes Japanese wrestling is made out to be head and shoulders above what we get here... I don't know if I'd go that far (even though I only watched two matches). I think the best US matches can stand toe to toe with what Japan gives us for the most part, though I'd guess that the worst matches on a card in Japan are far better than the worst matches on a WWE PPV card for sure.
 
2020-12-18 8:12:05 PM  

isamudyson: You know, those veneers Roman got during his time off actually make him look more like an Ahole than ever.

Also...

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Everything about Roman since his return has been great and I am super excited for his match against Owens this Sunday.
 
2020-12-18 8:13:00 PM  
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2020-12-18 8:20:50 PM  
I was looking forward to Wyatt/Orton more before they added the stipulation TBH.
 
2020-12-18 8:24:45 PM  

NKURyan: isamudyson: indybill23: I said FS1 into my smart TV and it said "dude why?"

It must have thought you were looking for AXS.

So I used the link you left me the other day and watched a couple of matches from Wrestle Kingdom 14...

I started with Okada/Naito because I figured "this is the main event and I've heard these guys are awesome". Had time to watch another match after that... considered Tanahashi/Jericho or KENTA/Goto but ultimately settled for Ibushi/White because I've always been really impressed when I've seen Ibushi.

Both matches were excellent (no surprise there). I found it to be a lot more impactful - those suplexes look so much more brutal than what we typically see - and the selling is better as well. Saw some moves I don't think I'd ever seen before... a top rope poinsonrana (!) and some mood Ibushi called a "bastard driver" that looked insane (and wasn't even his finisher!). I like that it comes across as more of a sport in terms of presentation... I like seeing all the cameramen around the ring and the big introductions before the matches. I also like how they approach finishers - going for and hitting them earlier in matches leads to some really good nearfalls that I think you don't typically see here. I thought the entrances were really cool. The crowd behavior is a big difference... I like that they don't just chant things constantly, but they do seem a little quiet at times and they never leave their seats. I'd attribute that to cultural differences?

I think sometimes Japanese wrestling is made out to be head and shoulders above what we get here... I don't know if I'd go that far (even though I only watched two matches). I think the best US matches can stand toe to toe with what Japan gives us for the most part, though I'd guess that the worst matches on a card in Japan are far better than the worst matches on a WWE PPV card for sure.


It is. In Japan, it's rude to others to stand and yell like we do here in the states. However, they can be loud when the match calls for it. One true story is once Prince did a show over there and they put 500 tambourines in the front rows for fans to shake on cue. They were also means for the fans to take home but after the show was over, they found all 500 of them neatly placed back on the seats like the fans found them. Many people have lost their wallet, retraced their steps and found it hours later or it was turned in at the local police cubicle. 

As for another match you could try would be Moxley vs Archer in a Texas Death Match. I would have said Mox vs Suzuki but that was at New Beginnings which isn't free. KENTA vs Goto was good too.
 
2020-12-18 8:25:48 PM  
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2020-12-18 8:27:59 PM  
Hey, it's the Jesus kid from "Greek".
 
2020-12-18 8:31:45 PM  
Damn, Jake from State Farm is pretty jacked.
 
2020-12-18 8:35:23 PM  

isamudyson: NKURyan: isamudyson: indybill23: I said FS1 into my smart TV and it said "dude why?"

It must have thought you were looking for AXS.

So I used the link you left me the other day and watched a couple of matches from Wrestle Kingdom 14...

I started with Okada/Naito because I figured "this is the main event and I've heard these guys are awesome". Had time to watch another match after that... considered Tanahashi/Jericho or KENTA/Goto but ultimately settled for Ibushi/White because I've always been really impressed when I've seen Ibushi.

Both matches were excellent (no surprise there). I found it to be a lot more impactful - those suplexes look so much more brutal than what we typically see - and the selling is better as well. Saw some moves I don't think I'd ever seen before... a top rope poinsonrana (!) and some mood Ibushi called a "bastard driver" that looked insane (and wasn't even his finisher!). I like that it comes across as more of a sport in terms of presentation... I like seeing all the cameramen around the ring and the big introductions before the matches. I also like how they approach finishers - going for and hitting them earlier in matches leads to some really good nearfalls that I think you don't typically see here. I thought the entrances were really cool. The crowd behavior is a big difference... I like that they don't just chant things constantly, but they do seem a little quiet at times and they never leave their seats. I'd attribute that to cultural differences?

I think sometimes Japanese wrestling is made out to be head and shoulders above what we get here... I don't know if I'd go that far (even though I only watched two matches). I think the best US matches can stand toe to toe with what Japan gives us for the most part, though I'd guess that the worst matches on a card in Japan are far better than the worst matches on a WWE PPV card for sure.

It is. In Japan, it's rude to others to stand and yell like we do here in the states. However, they ...


Foley talked about the Japanese crowds in his book so I wasn't completely shocked, but it is really interesting. They definitely did get loud at times but their quiet is way more quiet than our quiet. The twenty count to re-enter the ring threw me off too, plus I noticed they do the counts and announce times over the speaker system.

I did have two random questions as I watched:
1) Do they have a weekly TV show like Raw/SD/NXT/Dynamite? I get the feeling it's more a series of big shows as opposed to smaller ones every week...
2) Is tag team wrestling not a big deal over there? You always here about big names in singles wrestling but not so much tag teams. I know they have a lot of stables though (Bullet Club, the one that Naito is in with the Spanish name) and it could just be ignorance on my part.
 
2020-12-18 8:36:03 PM  
There is a lot of blue on screen right now.
 
2020-12-18 8:39:13 PM  
I think the guy with the red headphones on is smoking a joint on-screen.
 
2020-12-18 8:41:14 PM  

isamudyson: I think the guy with the red headphones on is smoking a joint on-screen.


Depending on what state he's in that might not be a big deal.
 
2020-12-18 8:43:02 PM  
KO is having a bad day.
 
2020-12-18 8:43:41 PM  

NKURyan: isamudyson: I think the guy with the red headphones on is smoking a joint on-screen.

Depending on what state he's in that might not be a big deal.


guys guys guys

/its 2020
 
2020-12-18 8:47:08 PM  

NKURyan: isamudyson: NKURyan: isamudyson: indybill23: I said FS1 into my smart TV and it said "dude why?"

It must have thought you were looking for AXS.

So I used the link you left me the other day and watched a couple of matches from Wrestle Kingdom 14...

I started with Okada/Naito because I figured "this is the main event and I've heard these guys are awesome". Had time to watch another match after that... considered Tanahashi/Jericho or KENTA/Goto but ultimately settled for Ibushi/White because I've always been really impressed when I've seen Ibushi.

Both matches were excellent (no surprise there). I found it to be a lot more impactful - those suplexes look so much more brutal than what we typically see - and the selling is better as well. Saw some moves I don't think I'd ever seen before... a top rope poinsonrana (!) and some mood Ibushi called a "bastard driver" that looked insane (and wasn't even his finisher!). I like that it comes across as more of a sport in terms of presentation... I like seeing all the cameramen around the ring and the big introductions before the matches. I also like how they approach finishers - going for and hitting them earlier in matches leads to some really good nearfalls that I think you don't typically see here. I thought the entrances were really cool. The crowd behavior is a big difference... I like that they don't just chant things constantly, but they do seem a little quiet at times and they never leave their seats. I'd attribute that to cultural differences?

I think sometimes Japanese wrestling is made out to be head and shoulders above what we get here... I don't know if I'd go that far (even though I only watched two matches). I think the best US matches can stand toe to toe with what Japan gives us for the most part, though I'd guess that the worst matches on a card in Japan are far better than the worst matches on a WWE PPV card for sure.

It is. In Japan, it's rude to others to stand and yell like we do here in the states. H ...


They are shown live on Fridays there on (I won't swear to it) Asahi 5, but mainly it would be a series of shows around Japan that builds to one of their bigger shows that are generally every 8 weeks or so. But there is also tournaments they have as part of the tours, such as BOSJ, New Japan Cup, World Tag League & the G1.

As for tag teams, they are important but it kind of ebbs & flows as to if they are getting pushed or not. With the way 2020 has been, it was tough for them to really do a ton of good matches this year as a lot of the talent for that was stuck overseas. Also, YOH who normally tags with SHO for Roppongi 3K has been out most of the year with a leg injury. All that said, G.O.D. (Guerillas of Destiny) vs Dangerous Tekkers (ZSJ & Taichi) should be great.
 
2020-12-18 8:48:54 PM  
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Tamina with the "The shiat I gotta do just to get on TV these days..." look on the way to the ring.
 
2020-12-18 8:50:11 PM  
Ruby looks way better with the pixie cut than the long hair she was sporting.
 
2020-12-18 8:52:02 PM  

isamudyson: Ruby looks way better with the pixie cut than the long hair she was sporting.


Agreed.
 
2020-12-18 8:57:08 PM  
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2020-12-18 8:59:00 PM  
Bubbly!
 
2020-12-18 8:59:40 PM  

NKURyan: Bubbly!


Yeah, bottles of Cook's really says class....
 
2020-12-18 8:59:54 PM  

NKURyan: isamudyson: indybill23: I said FS1 into my smart TV and it said "dude why?"

It must have thought you were looking for AXS.

So I used the link you left me the other day and watched a couple of matches from Wrestle Kingdom 14...

I started with Okada/Naito because I figured "this is the main event and I've heard these guys are awesome". Had time to watch another match after that... considered Tanahashi/Jericho or KENTA/Goto but ultimately settled for Ibushi/White because I've always been really impressed when I've seen Ibushi.

Both matches were excellent (no surprise there). I found it to be a lot more impactful - those suplexes look so much more brutal than what we typically see - and the selling is better as well. Saw some moves I don't think I'd ever seen before... a top rope poinsonrana (!) and some mood Ibushi called a "bastard driver" that looked insane (and wasn't even his finisher!). I like that it comes across as more of a sport in terms of presentation... I like seeing all the cameramen around the ring and the big introductions before the matches. I also like how they approach finishers - going for and hitting them earlier in matches leads to some really good nearfalls that I think you don't typically see here. I thought the entrances were really cool. The crowd behavior is a big difference... I like that they don't just chant things constantly, but they do seem a little quiet at times and they never leave their seats. I'd attribute that to cultural differences?

I think sometimes Japanese wrestling is made out to be head and shoulders above what we get here... I don't know if I'd go that far (even though I only watched two matches). I think the best US matches can stand toe to toe with what Japan gives us for the most part, though I'd guess that the worst matches on a card in Japan are far better than the worst matches on a WWE PPV card for sure.


Surprised you skipped Kenta  was Hideo NXT run that unmemorable?
 
2020-12-18 9:00:50 PM  

NKURyan: isamudyson: NKURyan: isamudyson: indybill23: I said FS1 into my smart TV and it said "dude why?"

It must have thought you were looking for AXS.

So I used the link you left me the other day and watched a couple of matches from Wrestle Kingdom 14...

I started with Okada/Naito because I figured "this is the main event and I've heard these guys are awesome". Had time to watch another match after that... considered Tanahashi/Jericho or KENTA/Goto but ultimately settled for Ibushi/White because I've always been really impressed when I've seen Ibushi.

Both matches were excellent (no surprise there). I found it to be a lot more impactful - those suplexes look so much more brutal than what we typically see - and the selling is better as well. Saw some moves I don't think I'd ever seen before... a top rope poinsonrana (!) and some mood Ibushi called a "bastard driver" that looked insane (and wasn't even his finisher!). I like that it comes across as more of a sport in terms of presentation... I like seeing all the cameramen around the ring and the big introductions before the matches. I also like how they approach finishers - going for and hitting them earlier in matches leads to some really good nearfalls that I think you don't typically see here. I thought the entrances were really cool. The crowd behavior is a big difference... I like that they don't just chant things constantly, but they do seem a little quiet at times and they never leave their seats. I'd attribute that to cultural differences?

I think sometimes Japanese wrestling is made out to be head and shoulders above what we get here... I don't know if I'd go that far (even though I only watched two matches). I think the best US matches can stand toe to toe with what Japan gives us for the most part, though I'd guess that the worst matches on a card in Japan are far better than the worst matches on a WWE PPV card for sure.

It is. In Japan, it's rude to others to stand and yell like we do here in the states. However, they ...

Foley talked about the Japanese crowds in his book so I wasn't completely shocked, but it is really interesting. They definitely did get loud at times but their quiet is way more quiet than our quiet. The twenty count to re-enter the ring threw me off too, plus I noticed they do the counts and announce times over the speaker system.

I did have two random questions as I watched:
1) Do they have a weekly TV show like Raw/SD/NXT/Dynamite? I get the feeling it's more a series of big shows as opposed to smaller ones every week...
2) Is tag team wrestling not a big deal over there? You always here about big names in singles wrestling but not so much tag teams. I know they have a lot of stables though (Bullet Club, the one that Naito is in with the Spanish name) and it could just be ignorance on my part.


They had a tv show on AXS until Impact came around.
 
2020-12-18 9:01:55 PM  

indybill23: NKURyan: isamudyson: NKURyan: isamudyson: indybill23: I said FS1 into my smart TV and it said "dude why?"

It must have thought you were looking for AXS.

So I used the link you left me the other day and watched a couple of matches from Wrestle Kingdom 14...

I started with Okada/Naito because I figured "this is the main event and I've heard these guys are awesome". Had time to watch another match after that... considered Tanahashi/Jericho or KENTA/Goto but ultimately settled for Ibushi/White because I've always been really impressed when I've seen Ibushi.

Both matches were excellent (no surprise there). I found it to be a lot more impactful - those suplexes look so much more brutal than what we typically see - and the selling is better as well. Saw some moves I don't think I'd ever seen before... a top rope poinsonrana (!) and some mood Ibushi called a "bastard driver" that looked insane (and wasn't even his finisher!). I like that it comes across as more of a sport in terms of presentation... I like seeing all the cameramen around the ring and the big introductions before the matches. I also like how they approach finishers - going for and hitting them earlier in matches leads to some really good nearfalls that I think you don't typically see here. I thought the entrances were really cool. The crowd behavior is a big difference... I like that they don't just chant things constantly, but they do seem a little quiet at times and they never leave their seats. I'd attribute that to cultural differences?

I think sometimes Japanese wrestling is made out to be head and shoulders above what we get here... I don't know if I'd go that far (even though I only watched two matches). I think the best US matches can stand toe to toe with what Japan gives us for the most part, though I'd guess that the worst matches on a card in Japan are far better than the worst matches on a WWE PPV card for sure.

It is. In Japan, it's rude to others to stand and yell like we do here in the ...


Yep, why pay for someone else's show when you have your own already?
 
2020-12-18 9:02:53 PM  
Sasha should come out in her Madalorian armor.
 
2020-12-18 9:03:32 PM  

NKURyan: isamudyson: NKURyan: isamudyson: indybill23: I said FS1 into my smart TV and it said "dude why?"

It must have thought you were looking for AXS.

So I used the link you left me the other day and watched a couple of matches from Wrestle Kingdom 14...

I started with Okada/Naito because I figured "this is the main event and I've heard these guys are awesome". Had time to watch another match after that... considered Tanahashi/Jericho or KENTA/Goto but ultimately settled for Ibushi/White because I've always been really impressed when I've seen Ibushi.

Both matches were excellent (no surprise there). I found it to be a lot more impactful - those suplexes look so much more brutal than what we typically see - and the selling is better as well. Saw some moves I don't think I'd ever seen before... a top rope poinsonrana (!) and some mood Ibushi called a "bastard driver" that looked insane (and wasn't even his finisher!). I like that it comes across as more of a sport in terms of presentation... I like seeing all the cameramen around the ring and the big introductions before the matches. I also like how they approach finishers - going for and hitting them earlier in matches leads to some really good nearfalls that I think you don't typically see here. I thought the entrances were really cool. The crowd behavior is a big difference... I like that they don't just chant things constantly, but they do seem a little quiet at times and they never leave their seats. I'd attribute that to cultural differences?

I think sometimes Japanese wrestling is made out to be head and shoulders above what we get here... I don't know if I'd go that far (even though I only watched two matches). I think the best US matches can stand toe to toe with what Japan gives us for the most part, though I'd guess that the worst matches on a card in Japan are far better than the worst matches on a WWE PPV card for sure.

It is. In Japan, it's rude to others to stand and yell like we do here in the states. However, they ...

Foley talked about the Japanese crowds in his book so I wasn't completely shocked, but it is really interesting. They definitely did get loud at times but their quiet is way more quiet than our quiet. The twenty count to re-enter the ring threw me off too, plus I noticed they do the counts and announce times over the speaker system.

I did have two random questions as I watched:
1) Do they have a weekly TV show like Raw/SD/NXT/Dynamite? I get the feeling it's more a series of big shows as opposed to smaller ones every week...
2) Is tag team wrestling not a big deal over there? You always here about big names in singles wrestling but not so much tag teams. I know they have a lot of stables though (Bullet Club, the one that Naito is in with the Spanish name) and it could just be ignorance on my part.


Tag wrestling has never been a big deal, Bischoff saw that while stealing the NWO and that gave us Rodman and Jay Leno in PPV main events.
 
2020-12-18 9:03:59 PM  

indybill23: Surprised you skipped Kenta  was Hideo NXT run that unmemorable?


Actually, I almost watched it because I really liked KENTA. I've just seen him more than Ibushi.
 
2020-12-18 9:05:12 PM  
Mimosa match incoming?
 
2020-12-18 9:05:39 PM  

NKURyan: indybill23: Surprised you skipped Kenta  was Hideo NXT run that unmemorable?

Actually, I almost watched it because I really liked KENTA. I've just seen him more than Ibushi.


Fair enough, I was excited to watch what I could of Kenta  in 2019, he had a fun run
 
2020-12-18 9:05:41 PM  
I really wonder if they will show this part of Smackdown in the UK as hitting people with a bottle is a big no-no over there.
 
2020-12-18 9:06:40 PM  

isamudyson: I really wonder if they will show this part of Smackdown in the UK as hitting people with a bottle is a big no-no over there.


Really?
 
2020-12-18 9:07:15 PM  

isamudyson: I really wonder if they will show this part of Smackdown in the UK as hitting people with a bottle is a big no-no over there.


Isn't it on in the middle of the night there? Seems rules would be relaxed then.
 
2020-12-18 9:09:23 PM  

indybill23: NKURyan: indybill23: Surprised you skipped Kenta  was Hideo NXT run that unmemorable?

Actually, I almost watched it because I really liked KENTA. I've just seen him more than Ibushi.

Fair enough, I was excited to watch what I could of Kenta  in 2019, he had a fun run


Every time I see KENTA, I want bad things to happen to him. But that just shows he's doing a good job heeling it up and he's still great in the ring. He's not quite at El Phantasmo's level of heeling but pretty close.
 
2020-12-18 9:10:58 PM  

NKURyan: isamudyson: I really wonder if they will show this part of Smackdown in the UK as hitting people with a bottle is a big no-no over there.

Really?


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glassin​g
 
2020-12-18 9:11:28 PM  

isamudyson: indybill23: NKURyan: indybill23: Surprised you skipped Kenta  was Hideo NXT run that unmemorable?

Actually, I almost watched it because I really liked KENTA. I've just seen him more than Ibushi.

Fair enough, I was excited to watch what I could of Kenta  in 2019, he had a fun run

Every time I see KENTA, I want bad things to happen to him. But that just shows he's doing a good job heeling it up and he's still great in the ring. He's not quite at El Phantasmo's level of heeling but pretty close.


Which makes his NXT run where he was almost entirely a face even more of a missed opportunity.
 
2020-12-18 9:12:33 PM  
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2020-12-18 9:13:09 PM  

NKURyan: isamudyson: indybill23: NKURyan: indybill23: Surprised you skipped Kenta  was Hideo NXT run that unmemorable?

Actually, I almost watched it because I really liked KENTA. I've just seen him more than Ibushi.

Fair enough, I was excited to watch what I could of Kenta  in 2019, he had a fun run

Every time I see KENTA, I want bad things to happen to him. But that just shows he's doing a good job heeling it up and he's still great in the ring. He's not quite at El Phantasmo's level of heeling but pretty close.

Which makes his NXT run where he was almost entirely a face even more of a missed opportunity.


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2020-12-18 9:13:20 PM  
I'm just here to pick up my Sami award.
 
2020-12-18 9:15:19 PM  

Chris Crude: I'm just here to pick up my Sami award.


"And for the most random appearances in an fWc thread..."
 
2020-12-18 9:15:56 PM  
Big E looking at the winner cards? This should be fun.
 
2020-12-18 9:16:40 PM  
Lolwut.
 
2020-12-18 9:17:58 PM  

NKURyan: Lolwut.


You saw that too? Damn, I thought my peyote finally kicked in.
 
2020-12-18 9:18:04 PM  
Did I just have a seizure or something?
 
2020-12-18 9:18:17 PM  

NKURyan: isamudyson: indybill23: NKURyan: indybill23: Surprised you skipped Kenta  was Hideo NXT run that unmemorable?

Actually, I almost watched it because I really liked KENTA. I've just seen him more than Ibushi.

Fair enough, I was excited to watch what I could of Kenta  in 2019, he had a fun run

Every time I see KENTA, I want bad things to happen to him. But that just shows he's doing a good job heeling it up and he's still great in the ring. He's not quite at El Phantasmo's level of heeling but pretty close.

Which makes his NXT run where he was almost entirely a face even more of a missed opportunity.


That was the main reason I didn't Go out of my way to find his NXT work.
 
2020-12-18 9:20:35 PM  

indybill23: NKURyan: isamudyson: indybill23: NKURyan: indybill23: Surprised you skipped Kenta  was Hideo NXT run that unmemorable?

Actually, I almost watched it because I really liked KENTA. I've just seen him more than Ibushi.

Fair enough, I was excited to watch what I could of Kenta  in 2019, he had a fun run

Every time I see KENTA, I want bad things to happen to him. But that just shows he's doing a good job heeling it up and he's still great in the ring. He's not quite at El Phantasmo's level of heeling but pretty close.

Which makes his NXT run where he was almost entirely a face even more of a missed opportunity.

That was the main reason I didn't Go out of my way to find his NXT work.


Go watch some Ciampa instead!
 
2020-12-18 9:22:32 PM  
They sure dropped that Otis/Mandy storyline, didn't they?

Also....

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