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2021-01-25 9:40:30 PM  
So a watered down PG-13 Disney Punisher ? Whatever. What about Jessica Jones?
 
2021-01-25 9:58:48 PM  
Great. Now bring back Vincent D'Onofrio.
 
2021-01-25 10:01:54 PM  
Smart choice.  Punisher season 2 was a train wreck, but Bernthal was well-cast.  I don't see any reason to replace any of the primary Netflix/MCU actors, assuming Rosario Dawson can pull Disney Double-Duty.
 
2021-01-25 11:01:06 PM  
Good. He's awesome. Now bring back Daredevil and Jessica Jones.
 
2021-01-26 5:02:04 AM  

gopher321: Great. Now bring back Vincent D'Onofrio.


Yeah, no thanks.  Kingbaby can stay away.
 
2021-01-26 5:31:28 AM  

freakdiablo: gopher321: Great. Now bring back Vincent D'Onofrio.

Yeah, no thanks.  Kingbaby can stay away.


Really? I thought D'Onofrio was compelling in the role.
 
2021-01-26 6:10:08 AM  

PartTimeBuddha: freakdiablo: gopher321: Great. Now bring back Vincent D'Onofrio.

Yeah, no thanks.  Kingbaby can stay away.

Really? I thought D'Onofrio was compelling in the role.


Same. His interpretation grew on me, and I truly appreciate the understanding and intent in his portrayal of him. He was a delight in Daredevil, which also had perfect casting in Charlie Cox. Really, only Danny Rand was miscast and suffered for it.
 
2021-01-26 7:18:57 AM  

gopher321: Great. Now bring back Vincent D'Onofrio.


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2021-01-26 7:38:33 AM  

PartTimeBuddha: freakdiablo: gopher321: Great. Now bring back Vincent D'Onofrio.

Yeah, no thanks.  Kingbaby can stay away.

Really? I thought D'Onofrio was compelling in the role.


I was ok with D'Onofrio, but the character seemed poorly written.  Less "mob boss" more "man child".
 
2021-01-26 7:56:06 AM  

Visual Howlaround Title Sequence: Good. He's awesome. Now bring back Daredevil and Jessica Jones.


Yeah, I really want to see Jessica Jones come back and her girlfriend escape the Raft and become Leopard Chick or whoever she is.

/not the biggest comic book guy
 
2021-01-26 8:34:49 AM  
Happy to hear this since I felt he nailed the role really well. I think part of the reason why the movies have been largely misses (at least as far as creating a lasting franchise) is extrapolating Frank's mission to avenge his family to every and all criminals out there. I'm sure there's a movie/tv industry urge to make and maintain Frank as a somewhat sympathetic and relatable character, which is incredibly difficult to do while staying true to what he is and how brutal he is. Season two may have been pretty uneven but it did a decent job in at least trying to depict his descent into being The Punisher in a way the movies never handled.
 
2021-01-26 8:41:15 AM  

smileyphase: PartTimeBuddha: freakdiablo: gopher321: Great. Now bring back Vincent D'Onofrio.

Yeah, no thanks.  Kingbaby can stay away.

Really? I thought D'Onofrio was compelling in the role.

Same. His interpretation grew on me, and I truly appreciate the understanding and intent in his portrayal of him. He was a delight in Daredevil, which also had perfect casting in Charlie Cox. Really, only Danny Rand was miscast and suffered for it.


I thought the biggest problem with Iron Fist was that we had already seen his story on the CW.
 
2021-01-26 8:48:44 AM  

Wobambo: Happy to hear this since I felt he nailed the role really well. I think part of the reason why the movies have been largely misses (at least as far as creating a lasting franchise) is extrapolating Frank's mission to avenge his family to every and all criminals out there.


Well the Dolph Lungren one was Punisher In Name Only. It had little to do with the comic. And the one with the guy who is almost but not quite Aaron Eckhart, it also had little to do with the comic. It was shot in farking Clearwater because Travolta wanted to be near his Scientologist people.
 
2021-01-26 9:06:32 AM  
I hope they bring back the actress who played Elektra. If you know what I mean.
 
2021-01-26 9:11:37 AM  
"Guns?  Your superpower is guns?"
 
2021-01-26 9:17:00 AM  

skyotter: "Guns?  Your superpower is guns?"


His superpower is ALL the guns!!!
 
2021-01-26 9:42:08 AM  

Wobambo: Happy to hear this since I felt he nailed the role really well. I think part of the reason why the movies have been largely misses (at least as far as creating a lasting franchise) is extrapolating Frank's mission to avenge his family to every and all criminals out there. I'm sure there's a movie/tv industry urge to make and maintain Frank as a somewhat sympathetic and relatable character, which is incredibly difficult to do while staying true to what he is and how brutal he is. Season two may have been pretty uneven but it did a decent job in at least trying to depict his descent into being The Punisher in a way the movies never handled.


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2021-01-26 9:43:48 AM  
They picked the worst Punisher.
 
2021-01-26 9:46:43 AM  

Joe Stapler: smileyphase: PartTimeBuddha: freakdiablo: gopher321: Great. Now bring back Vincent D'Onofrio.

Yeah, no thanks.  Kingbaby can stay away.

Really? I thought D'Onofrio was compelling in the role.

Same. His interpretation grew on me, and I truly appreciate the understanding and intent in his portrayal of him. He was a delight in Daredevil, which also had perfect casting in Charlie Cox. Really, only Danny Rand was miscast and suffered for it.

I thought the biggest problem with Iron Fist was that we had already seen his story on the CW.


I think some people didn't like Jessica Jones' first episode because she was already on the BBC.
 
2021-01-26 10:48:59 AM  

Visual Howlaround Title Sequence: Good. He's awesome. Now bring back Daredevil and Jessica Jones.


I worked through most of the Netflix Marvel but couldn't with these two or S2 of Punisher

D was too much religious angst over what he was doing
JJ was too much guilt over her protecting her family
P was too much "ohmahgerd" the gov't

Didn't finish them so those are just my impressions from a couple years ago.

The actors (Danny Rand excluded) did great work though
 
2021-01-26 11:25:09 AM  

Visual Howlaround Title Sequence: Good. He's awesome. Now bring back Daredevil and Jessica Jones.


If only for her to cure Matt's vision issues:


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2021-01-26 12:02:12 PM  

Mugato: Wobambo: Happy to hear this since I felt he nailed the role really well. I think part of the reason why the movies have been largely misses (at least as far as creating a lasting franchise) is extrapolating Frank's mission to avenge his family to every and all criminals out there.

Well the Dolph Lungren one was Punisher In Name Only. It had little to do with the comic. And the one with the guy who is almost but not quite Aaron Eckhart, it also had little to do with the comic. It was shot in farking Clearwater because Travolta wanted to be near his Scientologist people.


That's not why. They had a tiny budget, and even Vancouver was prohibitively expensive. Tampa was practically giving money to anyone who would film there.

At least according to the director's commentary.
 
2021-01-26 12:21:17 PM  
I hope they have him kill a shiatton of dirty cops and white supremacists, just to take his symbol back.
 
2021-01-26 12:41:12 PM  
Daredevil S2 was brilliant.   My fear is The Mouse is going to give us a "nice" Punisher that doesn't actually punish bad guys.

They will probably change his name to "Mutuallyagreednonviolentsolutioner."
 
2021-01-26 12:44:09 PM  

Visual Howlaround Title Sequence: Good. He's awesome. Now bring back Daredevil and Jessica Jones.


this.
 
2021-01-26 12:50:46 PM  
I'm currently working through Netflix's Marvel series and I'm mixed on it.

Daredevil Season 1: Magnificent.
Daredevil Season 2: Was good, then Elektra showed up, and all the great chemistry between Matt and Karen fizzled, was replaced with a Matt/Electrica relationship that felt forced, and Foggy's arc went nowhere. The Punisher was probably the saving grace to the season.

Jennifer Jones Season 1: Had great moments, but felt like it was a story meant for six episodes that got stretched to 13.

Luke Cage Season 1: started very strong. Loved the Blaxploitation perspective, but it fizzled when Cottonmouth was killed and replaced with Diamondback. Mahershala Ali was amazing as Cottonmouth, but we got to finish the season with Erik Laray Harvey, who was more cartoonish than an actual cartoon.

Iron Fist Season 1: Won't even bother, based on consensus that it sucks  pretty bad.

And that's where I am at the moment. Now onto The Defenders.
 
2021-01-26 1:05:47 PM  

foo monkey: assuming Rosario Dawson can pull Disney Double-Duty.


you had my curiosity, now you have my attention
 
2021-01-26 1:07:40 PM  

some_beer_drinker: Visual Howlaround Title Sequence: Good. He's awesome. Now bring back Daredevil and Jessica Jones.

this.


Don't quote me on this, but I believe the reason for this difference isn't on Disney's end.  Bernthal really likes the role and feels like it's a good fit, and wants to do it more to build his brand (and I agree, he's good in the role even when it's kinda badly written).  Krysten Ritter doesn't seem to hate the role or anything, but has expressed that she doesn't really feel like there's much more to do with it (and it's kind of outside of her normal schtick).

I don't know if Charlie Cox has some strong feelings on the character one way or the other, but in his case he's already moved on to other unrelated non-Disney projects so my guess would be "supreme and adamant indifference".

Basically Disney doesn't care, but Bernthal is getting put in because he's the only member of the TV project lobbying to be involved in more of it.  Since Disney doesn't have a specific reason to recast and the recognizable face is volunteering, it's not surprising that they'd go for it.

Mugato: So a watered down PG-13 Disney Punisher ? Whatever.


... the Punisher is the walking avatar of the concept of PG-13 itself, incarnated into human flesh.

Like... literally every piece of bullshiat you'd pull to artificially play up how edgy and xxxx-treem your property is without actually crossing the line into an R rating is technically an inherent characteristic of the character.  Like... no sex in the offensive content, only violence: PG-13 checkmark number one.  Character doesn't smoke or curse, save within exactly the arbitrary limits allowed by a ratings board: checkmark number two.  Villains are not allowed to succeed, and anyone engaging in socially disapproved activity must be punished: literally one of the bullet points of the Hayes code, and check-mark number three.

I'm not saying this is bad, necessarily, but Punisher is reverse Deadpool.  He's a character built by taking something that should be offensive (I mean, he's literally a terrorist and a serial killer) and slicing out the bare minimum you need to slice out for it to technically be acceptable as a superhero comic.  Like... not "cynically" so much as "that's the joke", the point is (or at least initially was) to make a mockery of how stupid or poorly-considered the limits put in place by the censors are.

// "Reverse Deadpool" because the purpose of Deadpool is to take what should be a fairly vanilla Superhero character and blow up things that in most cape stories would be glossed over until it's actually offensive even within the cartoony context.
 
2021-01-26 1:29:09 PM  
Jim_Callahan:

I don't know if Charlie Cox has some strong feelings on the character one way or the other, but in his case he's already moved on to other unrelated non-Disney projects so my guess would be "supreme and adamant indifference".


Rumor has it that Cox is supposed to show up in Spiderman 3. Hasn't been confirmed, but it's been floated by multiple sources.
 
2021-01-26 1:29:15 PM  

Lord Bear: I hope they have him kill a shiatton of dirty cops and white supremacists, just to take his symbol back.


Spider-Man (character)  made this clear:

Punisher is an anti-villain, he doesn't even know where the line is, and doesn't care; Eddie Brock/Venom is an anti-hero - he knows... but he isn't fighting gangsters or supervillains... he's fighting monsters. That line doesn't exist.
 
2021-01-26 1:30:16 PM  

GoodHomer: I'm currently working through Netflix's Marvel series and I'm mixed on it.

Daredevil Season 1: Agreed
Daredevil Season 2:  I thought Karen and Foggy had better chemistry but they kept shoehorning her onto matt because abs or something...
Jennifer Jones Season 1:  I liked all of of season 1 and it felt pretty wrapped up to me so a season 2 was confusing.
Luke Cage Season 1: Spot on

Iron Fist Season 1: Good choice, it's very weak and the fight choreography is like watching early episodes of dancing with the stars and this show has zero bearing on anything else in the universe.

Defenders:  I loved this one, and you could tell they didn't just want to copy Avengers and while the team worked well in the heat of battle, they can barely manage to hold it together otherwise.



You really should check out Punisher as well, even though he's not in Defenders, it works really well in the universe.


A reboot concerns me because I thought the Netflix brought that Hard R where the movies couldn't and it worked well.

Also, in regards to D'Onofrio being "man-baby" you should go back and watch DD Season 1 and 3 back to back because you see the character progression uninterrupted by the other storylines... By the end of season 3 he IS the Kingpin, but he's not given the chance to be established as Kingpin before the show got cancelled. And the way it was going we likely wouldn't have seen Kingpin again until at least season 5 or 7 (which likely would have been the final season as most shows go that route).

And that was the biggest body blow of them all... Disney not allowing Netflix to continue on... And the 1-2 punch is the announcement that Disney will be rebooting those properties... Likely to PG13 levels and it's just going to feel so lukewarm.
 
2021-01-26 2:04:29 PM  
So ... an MCU with Deadpool and Punisher?

Me thinks that someone has gotten them to think beyond PG13
 
2021-01-26 2:47:23 PM  

GoodHomer: Luke Cage Season 1: started very strong. Loved the Blaxploitation perspective, but it fizzled when Cottonmouth was killed and replaced with Diamondback. Mahershala Ali was amazing as Cottonmouth, but we got to finish the season with Erik Laray Harvey, who was more cartoonish than an actual cartoon.


Totally agreed and I place that all on the actor. He just wasn't a good fit. Wesley Snipes could have played Diamondback and given Ali a run for his money.
 
2021-01-26 2:59:16 PM  
First Season of Punisher was absolutely garbage. What kind of moron would ever think the Punisher would leak a movie of himself committing a war crime?
 
2021-01-26 3:00:10 PM  

Jim_Callahan: Like... literally every piece of bullshiat you'd pull to artificially play up how edgy and xxxx-treem your property is without actually crossing the line into an R rating is technically an inherent characteristic of the character. Like... no sex in the offensive content, only violence: PG-13 checkmark number one.


It's been a while but I'm pretty sure there's R rat ed language in it. None of the Marvel shows have nudity and although they get a away with a LOT of violence in PG-13 movies now, I think there was a little too much blood in The Punisher to get a PG-13 if it was a movie.

If Disney is going to control the entire entertainment industry they need to go back to having differently named studios for R rated material.
 
2021-01-26 3:11:06 PM  

Ghost Roach: So ... an MCU with Deadpool and Punisher?

Me thinks that someone has gotten them to think beyond PG13


Now that you mention it...  For people with more comics familiarity than I have, has there been a Punisher & Deadpool comic, either as a team-up or with the two pitted against each other?  Punisher might not have the patience for Deadpool's shiat, but Deadpool started almost as a foil for Cable, so it's not like there isn't precedent for that whole dynamic.  It'd be an interesting contrast, considering they're about equally brutal/psychotic, but one has fun doing it while the other views it as some sort of necessary crusade.  It'd be interesting to see where each draws the line when it comes to the other's behavior.
 
2021-01-26 3:35:37 PM  
Last Man on Earth:

It would ENTIRELY depend on which character was the "main" one

In a Deadpool-centric medium, it'd be a strange buddy comedy about one guy getting a little less uptight about the job, andhaving fun with it.

But for a Punisher take, that same plot would read like Castle tracking down a nutjob, only to find that the guy (or what was left of him) was doing exactly what Frank would have done.
 
2021-01-26 4:05:48 PM  

Mugato: It's been a while but I'm pretty sure there's R rat ed language in it. None of the Marvel shows have nudity and although they get a away with a LOT of violence in PG-13 movies now, I think there was a little too much blood in The Punisher to get a PG-13 if it was a movie.


I was talking about the source material, so the comics, generally.  Punisher was written initially as an outright villain parodying how hilariously villainous a lot of heroes' actions were if you substituted an actual gun for their superpower-based deadly weapons and took out the plot armor that keeps everyone from dying.  Then when he was re-written as a protagonist and more of an anti-hero villain than a villain-villain, they were extremely careful to keep him inside of the normal brackets because that was still what was being parodied even when he was sympathetic.

Albeit, there's a lot of "depending on the writer" with every comics character and I haven't really read mainline Marvel or DC much for a few decades.  So if something happened recently that resulted in it somehow coloring outside the lines of the editorial restrictions on mainline properties, I don't know about it.  And Punisher was major "what if" spinoff fodder so keeping straight what was mainline and what wasn't from my admittedly kinda casual interaction with that line might be mixing me up.

In fairness, of the three Punisher movies two of them are rated R.  Both of the R-Rated ones tend to get a lot of shiat for being in-name-only adaptations though.  Dunno about the 1989 one, that was a bit early for me to have an awareness of the details of critical and fan response, but it was PG-13 (and also... awesome.  Had Dolph Lundgren in it, good times).

... anyhow, this was all a long-winded way to tell you that the PG-13 Punisher movie is the best one and you should watch it, it's cheesy late-80s goodness.  Like... an R-rated cut released a decade later or whatever exists, but fark that noise.
 
2021-01-26 4:32:05 PM  

Jim_Callahan: ... anyhow, this was all a long-winded way to tell you that the PG-13 Punisher movie is the best one and you should watch it, it's cheesy late-80s goodness. Like... an R-rated cut released a decade later or whatever exists, but fark that noise.


Yeah, I saw the 1989 Dolph Lungren one and true, it had very little to do with The Punisher comic. He didn't even wear the shirt. Dolph was also in Masters of the Universe which had little to do with the cartoon and had almost none of the characters in it besides He-Man and Skeletor. (maybe Evil Lynn but I don't think they called her that). So he has a history of this and needs to be stopped.
 
2021-01-26 5:23:12 PM  

smileyphase: PartTimeBuddha: freakdiablo: gopher321: Great. Now bring back Vincent D'Onofrio.

Yeah, no thanks.  Kingbaby can stay away.

Really? I thought D'Onofrio was compelling in the role.

Same. His interpretation grew on me, and I truly appreciate the understanding and intent in his portrayal of him. He was a delight in Daredevil, which also had perfect casting in Charlie Cox. Really, only Danny Rand was miscast and suffered for it.


The most frustrating thing about Iron Fist is that it COULD have been great.

Hear me out here.

They should have made him Asian and changed his name.

Yes, fans would have howled bloody murder.

But Daredevil gave representation to the disabled, Jessica Jones to abused women, the Punisher to those with PTSD, and Luke Cage to Black Americans. Iron Fist was.....cultural appropriation.

And had a better actor. My god.
 
2021-01-26 5:24:24 PM  

Mugato: Visual Howlaround Title Sequence: Good. He's awesome. Now bring back Daredevil and Jessica Jones.

Yeah, I really want to see Jessica Jones come back and her girlfriend escape the Raft and become Leopard Chick or whoever she is.

/not the biggest comic book guy


Hellcat was handled incredibly badly. Another gigantic missed opportunity.
 
2021-01-26 5:29:41 PM  

GoodHomer: I'm currently working through Netflix's Marvel series and I'm mixed on it.

Daredevil Season 1: Magnificent.
Daredevil Season 2: Was good, then Elektra showed up, and all the great chemistry between Matt and Karen fizzled, was replaced with a Matt/Electrica relationship that felt forced, and Foggy's arc went nowhere. The Punisher was probably the saving grace to the season.

Jennifer Jones Season 1: Had great moments, but felt like it was a story meant for six episodes that got stretched to 13.

Luke Cage Season 1: started very strong. Loved the Blaxploitation perspective, but it fizzled when Cottonmouth was killed and replaced with Diamondback. Mahershala Ali was amazing as Cottonmouth, but we got to finish the season with Erik Laray Harvey, who was more cartoonish than an actual cartoon.

Iron Fist Season 1: Won't even bother, based on consensus that it sucks  pretty bad.

And that's where I am at the moment. Now onto The Defenders.


Your assessments are correct.

JJ Season 2: very boring, ineffective villain, too much family bullshiat
JJ Season 3: Hellcat is good, but the ending is stupid
IF Season 2: actually BETTER and sets up what could have been a FANTASTIC season 3 but was cancelled
DD Season 3: It was there
P Season 1: It was okay, too many drawn out episodes.
P Season 2: Better, actually liked it, but again suffered from too many episodes
LC Season 2: like JJ Season 2, an uncompelling villain and sets up what could have been a FANTASTIC season 3 but was cancelled

They just missed so many opportunities. It was if the writers or producers or someone just did not have the balls to go full hardcore with ANYTHING.

The Hand is NOT compelling. At all. Just....no.

Everything needs more Jessica Henwick and more Krysten Ritter.
 
2021-01-26 6:40:22 PM  

Visual Howlaround Title Sequence: smileyphase: PartTimeBuddha: freakdiablo: gopher321: Great. Now bring back Vincent D'Onofrio.

Yeah, no thanks.  Kingbaby can stay away.

Really? I thought D'Onofrio was compelling in the role.

Same. His interpretation grew on me, and I truly appreciate the understanding and intent in his portrayal of him. He was a delight in Daredevil, which also had perfect casting in Charlie Cox. Really, only Danny Rand was miscast and suffered for it.

The most frustrating thing about Iron Fist is that it COULD have been great.

Hear me out here.

They should have made him Asian and changed his name.

Yes, fans would have howled bloody murder.

But Daredevil gave representation to the disabled, Jessica Jones to abused women, the Punisher to those with PTSD, and Luke Cage to Black Americans. Iron Fist was.....cultural appropriation.

And had a better actor. My god.


Iron fist as a white dude is fine, but yes, cultural appropriation were part of the roots. I'd love more Asian representation. But we also got Colleen Wing who was the best part of the series. I really would like more of her as the new iron fist.
 
2021-01-26 6:41:08 PM  

rockymountainrider: Visual Howlaround Title Sequence: Good. He's awesome. Now bring back Daredevil and Jessica Jones.

I worked through most of the Netflix Marvel but couldn't with these two or S2 of Punisher

D was too much religious angst over what he was doing
JJ was too much guilt over her protecting her family
P was too much "ohmahgerd" the gov't

Didn't finish them so those are just my impressions from a couple years ago.

The actors (Danny Rand excluded) did great work though


you just described the core attributs of the characters.  I just think you were watching a type of show that's "really not your thing".  I have issues with every sitcom.  I've even beentrying to watch Fawlty Towers, which I should like because Iike John Cleese's humor.  It's just the nature of the show itself that turns me off.
 
2021-01-26 6:47:07 PM  

Visual Howlaround Title Sequence: DD Season 3: It was there


I think you meant that it was as good as season 1 and fans howled bloody murder when the show was canceled.
 
2021-01-26 7:14:37 PM  
Am I the only one who see Jon Bernthal's name and for a second mixes him up with Jay Baruchel? If they ever do a parody casting for "The Punisher" (like SNL did for Star Wars and others), that has to be one of the auditions.
 
2021-01-26 7:17:30 PM  

Wobambo: Happy to hear this since I felt he nailed the role really well. I think part of the reason why the movies have been largely misses (at least as far as creating a lasting franchise) is extrapolating Frank's mission to avenge his family to every and all criminals out there. I'm sure there's a movie/tv industry urge to make and maintain Frank as a somewhat sympathetic and relatable character, which is incredibly difficult to do while staying true to what he is and how brutal he is. Season two may have been pretty uneven but it did a decent job in at least trying to depict his descent into being The Punisher in a way the movies never handled.


One problem I should think is that Frank shouldn't really have too many big time enemies. They just end up dead. So unlike Batman who can keep pounding on the Joker and the Penguin for all time, there's just an endless array of low level scum, mobsters, pedophiles, drug dealers, murderers, and all out scum bags. Frank is dark enough I don't think I could read if I was thinking, maybe this bad guy has a point and maybe should live.
Anyway, I feel this translates better to a series where you can watch him take out a bunch of mooks en route to killing the biggest crime lord on the east coast, but not to where you wonder how he got into a fight with Galactus.
 
2021-01-26 10:33:05 PM  

Rent Party: Daredevil S2 was brilliant.   My fear is The Mouse is going to give us a "nice" Punisher that doesn't actually punish bad guys.

They will probably change his name to "Mutuallyagreednonviolentsolutioner."


They should bring back the Touchstone Pictures back then to do it right.
 
2021-01-27 12:42:28 AM  

PartTimeBuddha: freakdiablo: gopher321: Great. Now bring back Vincent D'Onofrio.

Yeah, no thanks.  Kingbaby can stay away.

Really? I thought D'Onofrio was compelling in the role.


This. I quite dislike D'Onofrio overall, but I felt he nailed the role of Fisk.
 
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