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5 days ago  
Hey, Scottie Pippen had nothing to do with Garfield.
 
5 days ago  
Listening to people who were last relevant 25+ years ago cry about how no one today measures up to their greatness sure makes for great "news".

/not seeing Space Jam 2
//Space Jam was stupid at the time, and I was an actual kid back then; we only pretend it was awesome because we have to pretend everything Jordan ever did was awesome.
 
5 days ago  
Space Jam 2: A New Legacy Pitch Meeting
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5 days ago  

IAmRight: Listening to people who were last relevant 25+ years ago cry about how no one today measures up to their greatness sure makes for great "news".

/not seeing Space Jam 2
//Space Jam was stupid at the time, and I was an actual kid back then; we only pretend it was awesome because we have to pretend everything Jordan ever did was awesome.


Considering that the Bulls had 2 3peats and Jordan didn't play for the 2 years in between them I'd say there's good reason. One could argue that if Jordan was there for '94 and '95 they could have had 8 in a row.
 
5 days ago  
Boy the bar really, REALLY has been lowered if a 31.4 opening weekend is a "smashing success"
 
5 days ago  

Luse: IAmRight: Listening to people who were last relevant 25+ years ago cry about how no one today measures up to their greatness sure makes for great "news".

/not seeing Space Jam 2
//Space Jam was stupid at the time, and I was an actual kid back then; we only pretend it was awesome because we have to pretend everything Jordan ever did was awesome.

Considering that the Bulls had 2 3peats and Jordan didn't play for the 2 years in between them I'd say there's good reason. One could argue that if Jordan was there for '94 and '95 they could have had 8 in a row.


But in reality, he was there in '95 and they lost in the playoffs.

...or are you doing a bit? It's hard to tell with Jordan fans.
 
5 days ago  

lifeslammer: Boy the bar really, REALLY has been lowered if a 31.4 opening weekend is a "smashing success"


Been asleep the past year and a half?
 
5 days ago  
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5 days ago  
Not to mention, the original has this amazing Internet web site to go with it!

https://www.spacejam.com
 
5 days ago  
Jordan was the worst part of Space Jam. The only person w/ a higher "phenomenal athlete/boring personality" quotient is Lionel Messi.
 
5 days ago  

Trocadero: Jordan was the worst part of Space Jam. The only person w/ a higher "phenomenal athlete/boring personality" quotient is Lionel Messi.


You're right. But it's so weird how "personality" and "charisma" don't always go hand-in-hand like one would think
 
5 days ago  

Luse: IAmRight: Listening to people who were last relevant 25+ years ago cry about how no one today measures up to their greatness sure makes for great "news".

/not seeing Space Jam 2
//Space Jam was stupid at the time, and I was an actual kid back then; we only pretend it was awesome because we have to pretend everything Jordan ever did was awesome.

Considering that the Bulls had 2 3peats and Jordan didn't play for the 2 years in between them I'd say there's good reason. One could argue that if Jordan was there for '94 and '95 they could have had 8 in a row.


If they didn't allow him to illegally one-hand carry the ball everytime he touched it, he wouldn't have won any championship.
 
5 days ago  

IAmRight: Luse: IAmRight: Listening to people who were last relevant 25+ years ago cry about how no one today measures up to their greatness sure makes for great "news".

/not seeing Space Jam 2
//Space Jam was stupid at the time, and I was an actual kid back then; we only pretend it was awesome because we have to pretend everything Jordan ever did was awesome.

Considering that the Bulls had 2 3peats and Jordan didn't play for the 2 years in between them I'd say there's good reason. One could argue that if Jordan was there for '94 and '95 they could have had 8 in a row.

But in reality, he was there in '95 and they lost in the playoffs.

...or are you doing a bit? It's hard to tell with Jordan fans.


Can you at least be honest? Jordan came back to the Bulls in 95 halfway through the season, when they were 23-25 after not having played for a year and a half and trained for an entirely different sport. Despite coming back out of shape and out of practice their record went after he came back in '95 was 24-10.  See a slight difference there? Then when he got a full season under him what happened? 3 more championships.
 
5 days ago  

Luse: IAmRight: Luse: IAmRight: Listening to people who were last relevant 25+ years ago cry about how no one today measures up to their greatness sure makes for great "news".

/not seeing Space Jam 2
//Space Jam was stupid at the time, and I was an actual kid back then; we only pretend it was awesome because we have to pretend everything Jordan ever did was awesome.

Considering that the Bulls had 2 3peats and Jordan didn't play for the 2 years in between them I'd say there's good reason. One could argue that if Jordan was there for '94 and '95 they could have had 8 in a row.

But in reality, he was there in '95 and they lost in the playoffs.

...or are you doing a bit? It's hard to tell with Jordan fans.

Can you at least be honest? Jordan came back to the Bulls in 95 halfway through the season, when they were 23-25 after not having played for a year and a half and trained for an entirely different sport. Despite coming back out of shape and out of practice their record went after he came back in '95 was 24-10.  See a slight difference there? Then when he got a full season under him what happened? 3 more championships.


Weird; you suggested I wasn't being honest, then proved that I told the truth and you'd lied earlier. Strange way of arguing.
 
5 days ago  

snowshovel: Luse: IAmRight: Listening to people who were last relevant 25+ years ago cry about how no one today measures up to their greatness sure makes for great "news".

/not seeing Space Jam 2
//Space Jam was stupid at the time, and I was an actual kid back then; we only pretend it was awesome because we have to pretend everything Jordan ever did was awesome.

Considering that the Bulls had 2 3peats and Jordan didn't play for the 2 years in between them I'd say there's good reason. One could argue that if Jordan was there for '94 and '95 they could have had 8 in a row.

If they didn't allow him to illegally one-hand carry the ball everytime he touched it, he wouldn't have won any championship.

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5 days ago  

Luse: IAmRight: Luse: IAmRight: Listening to people who were last relevant 25+ years ago cry about how no one today measures up to their greatness sure makes for great "news".

/not seeing Space Jam 2
//Space Jam was stupid at the time, and I was an actual kid back then; we only pretend it was awesome because we have to pretend everything Jordan ever did was awesome.

Considering that the Bulls had 2 3peats and Jordan didn't play for the 2 years in between them I'd say there's good reason. One could argue that if Jordan was there for '94 and '95 they could have had 8 in a row.

But in reality, he was there in '95 and they lost in the playoffs.

...or are you doing a bit? It's hard to tell with Jordan fans.

Can you at least be honest? Jordan came back to the Bulls in 95 halfway through the season, when they were 23-25 after not having played for a year and a half and trained for an entirely different sport. Despite coming back out of shape and out of practice their record went after he came back in '95 was 24-10.  See a slight difference there? Then when he got a full season under him what happened? 3 more championships.


Oh I get it, he played that season but it didn't count
 
5 days ago  

IAmRight: Luse: IAmRight: Luse: IAmRight: Listening to people who were last relevant 25+ years ago cry about how no one today measures up to their greatness sure makes for great "news".

/not seeing Space Jam 2
//Space Jam was stupid at the time, and I was an actual kid back then; we only pretend it was awesome because we have to pretend everything Jordan ever did was awesome.

Considering that the Bulls had 2 3peats and Jordan didn't play for the 2 years in between them I'd say there's good reason. One could argue that if Jordan was there for '94 and '95 they could have had 8 in a row.

But in reality, he was there in '95 and they lost in the playoffs.

...or are you doing a bit? It's hard to tell with Jordan fans.

Can you at least be honest? Jordan came back to the Bulls in 95 halfway through the season, when they were 23-25 after not having played for a year and a half and trained for an entirely different sport. Despite coming back out of shape and out of practice their record went after he came back in '95 was 24-10.  See a slight difference there? Then when he got a full season under him what happened? 3 more championships.

Weird; you suggested I wasn't being honest, then proved that I told the truth and you'd lied earlier. Strange way of arguing.


He plaid for less than half the season in 95. So he missed ALL of the 94 season and 48 games of the 95 season. How is that a lie? You on the other hand are trying to make it sound like he played all of 95.
Haters gonna hate I guess.
 
5 days ago  

TDWCom29: Luse: IAmRight: Luse: IAmRight: Listening to people who were last relevant 25+ years ago cry about how no one today measures up to their greatness sure makes for great "news".

/not seeing Space Jam 2
//Space Jam was stupid at the time, and I was an actual kid back then; we only pretend it was awesome because we have to pretend everything Jordan ever did was awesome.

Considering that the Bulls had 2 3peats and Jordan didn't play for the 2 years in between them I'd say there's good reason. One could argue that if Jordan was there for '94 and '95 they could have had 8 in a row.

But in reality, he was there in '95 and they lost in the playoffs.

...or are you doing a bit? It's hard to tell with Jordan fans.

Can you at least be honest? Jordan came back to the Bulls in 95 halfway through the season, when they were 23-25 after not having played for a year and a half and trained for an entirely different sport. Despite coming back out of shape and out of practice their record went after he came back in '95 was 24-10.  See a slight difference there? Then when he got a full season under him what happened? 3 more championships.

Oh I get it, he played that season but it didn't count


He plaid less than half the games after being off for a year and a half and still managed to take his team who at the time had a losing record into the playoffs. Then won the championship the next 3 years running. Name a single player that can claim the same.
 
5 days ago  

Luse: TDWCom29: Luse: IAmRight: Luse: IAmRight: Listening to people who were last relevant 25+ years ago cry about how no one today measures up to their greatness sure makes for great "news".

/not seeing Space Jam 2
//Space Jam was stupid at the time, and I was an actual kid back then; we only pretend it was awesome because we have to pretend everything Jordan ever did was awesome.

Considering that the Bulls had 2 3peats and Jordan didn't play for the 2 years in between them I'd say there's good reason. One could argue that if Jordan was there for '94 and '95 they could have had 8 in a row.

But in reality, he was there in '95 and they lost in the playoffs.

...or are you doing a bit? It's hard to tell with Jordan fans.

Can you at least be honest? Jordan came back to the Bulls in 95 halfway through the season, when they were 23-25 after not having played for a year and a half and trained for an entirely different sport. Despite coming back out of shape and out of practice their record went after he came back in '95 was 24-10.  See a slight difference there? Then when he got a full season under him what happened? 3 more championships.

Oh I get it, he played that season but it didn't count

He plaid less than half the games after being off for a year and a half and still managed to take his team who at the time had a losing record into the playoffs. Then won the championship the next 3 years running. Name a single player that can claim the same.


His playoff stats that year were better, or at the very least on par with, every other playoff he had. He just got beaten by a better team that would have beaten the Bulls if he had played all year. No shame in that
 
5 days ago  

TDWCom29: Luse: TDWCom29: Luse: IAmRight: Luse: IAmRight: Listening to people who were last relevant 25+ years ago cry about how no one today measures up to their greatness sure makes for great "news".

/not seeing Space Jam 2
//Space Jam was stupid at the time, and I was an actual kid back then; we only pretend it was awesome because we have to pretend everything Jordan ever did was awesome.

Considering that the Bulls had 2 3peats and Jordan didn't play for the 2 years in between them I'd say there's good reason. One could argue that if Jordan was there for '94 and '95 they could have had 8 in a row.

But in reality, he was there in '95 and they lost in the playoffs.

...or are you doing a bit? It's hard to tell with Jordan fans.

Can you at least be honest? Jordan came back to the Bulls in 95 halfway through the season, when they were 23-25 after not having played for a year and a half and trained for an entirely different sport. Despite coming back out of shape and out of practice their record went after he came back in '95 was 24-10.  See a slight difference there? Then when he got a full season under him what happened? 3 more championships.

Oh I get it, he played that season but it didn't count

He plaid less than half the games after being off for a year and a half and still managed to take his team who at the time had a losing record into the playoffs. Then won the championship the next 3 years running. Name a single player that can claim the same.

His playoff stats that year were better, or at the very least on par with, every other playoff he had. He just got beaten by a better team that would have beaten the Bulls if he had played all year. No shame in that


Considering what he did to those same teams the next year, and the year after that and the one after that, I'll disagree with you. No way a year and a half out of the game doesn't impact your skills negatively. Virtually every respectable evaluation of his play was that he was rusty and his conditioning was shiat in '95 which, coincidentally, makes perfect sense.
 
4 days ago  

Trocadero: Jordan was the worst part of Space Jam. The only person w/ a higher "phenomenal athlete/boring personality" quotient is Lionel Messi.


You've never heard of Roger Federer?
 
4 days ago  

Luse: TDWCom29: Luse: TDWCom29: Luse: IAmRight: Luse: IAmRight: Listening to people who were last relevant 25+ years ago cry about how no one today measures up to their greatness sure makes for great "news".

/not seeing Space Jam 2
//Space Jam was stupid at the time, and I was an actual kid back then; we only pretend it was awesome because we have to pretend everything Jordan ever did was awesome.

Considering that the Bulls had 2 3peats and Jordan didn't play for the 2 years in between them I'd say there's good reason. One could argue that if Jordan was there for '94 and '95 they could have had 8 in a row.

But in reality, he was there in '95 and they lost in the playoffs.

...or are you doing a bit? It's hard to tell with Jordan fans.

Can you at least be honest? Jordan came back to the Bulls in 95 halfway through the season, when they were 23-25 after not having played for a year and a half and trained for an entirely different sport. Despite coming back out of shape and out of practice their record went after he came back in '95 was 24-10.  See a slight difference there? Then when he got a full season under him what happened? 3 more championships.

Oh I get it, he played that season but it didn't count

He plaid less than half the games after being off for a year and a half and still managed to take his team who at the time had a losing record into the playoffs. Then won the championship the next 3 years running. Name a single player that can claim the same.

His playoff stats that year were better, or at the very least on par with, every other playoff he had. He just got beaten by a better team that would have beaten the Bulls if he had played all year. No shame in that

Considering what he did to those same teams the next year, and the year after that and the one after that, I'll disagree with you.


Every year is different. It's okay, he won 6 in 7 years. Too bad his team wasn't good enough for the 7th. That would have been truly impressive
 
4 days ago  

TDWCom29: Luse: TDWCom29: Luse: TDWCom29: Luse: IAmRight: Luse: IAmRight: Listening to people who were last relevant 25+ years ago cry about how no one today measures up to their greatness sure makes for great "news".

/not seeing Space Jam 2
//Space Jam was stupid at the time, and I was an actual kid back then; we only pretend it was awesome because we have to pretend everything Jordan ever did was awesome.

Considering that the Bulls had 2 3peats and Jordan didn't play for the 2 years in between them I'd say there's good reason. One could argue that if Jordan was there for '94 and '95 they could have had 8 in a row.

But in reality, he was there in '95 and they lost in the playoffs.

...or are you doing a bit? It's hard to tell with Jordan fans.

Can you at least be honest? Jordan came back to the Bulls in 95 halfway through the season, when they were 23-25 after not having played for a year and a half and trained for an entirely different sport. Despite coming back out of shape and out of practice their record went after he came back in '95 was 24-10.  See a slight difference there? Then when he got a full season under him what happened? 3 more championships.

Oh I get it, he played that season but it didn't count

He plaid less than half the games after being off for a year and a half and still managed to take his team who at the time had a losing record into the playoffs. Then won the championship the next 3 years running. Name a single player that can claim the same.

His playoff stats that year were better, or at the very least on par with, every other playoff he had. He just got beaten by a better team that would have beaten the Bulls if he had played all year. No shame in that

Considering what he did to those same teams the next year, and the year after that and the one after that, I'll disagree with you.

Every year is different. It's okay, he won 6 in 7 years. Too bad his team wasn't good enough for the 7th. That would have been truly impressive


I think the fact that this was the season between Horace Grant and Dennis Rodman when they had, who.... Cory Blount (?) as their starting power forward had a lil more to do with their exit than Jordan's "rustiness". The team around him was bad that year, they wouldn't have won if Jordan played all year
 
4 days ago  
Michael Jordan had to stretch his arm like 15 feet to make the last shot to win his game.  Right?  I forget.  Was that the joke?  F*ck.
 
4 days ago  
Rented the new Space Jam with the kids a couple of days ago. One think I liked was that the villain was a legitimate threat. By comparison in the original, Bugs should have been able to handle the Monstars by himself in about 5 minutes.
 
4 days ago  

TDWCom29: TDWCom29: Luse: TDWCom29: Luse: TDWCom29: Luse: IAmRight: Luse: IAmRight: Listening to people who were last relevant 25+ years ago cry about how no one today measures up to their greatness sure makes for great "news".

/not seeing Space Jam 2
//Space Jam was stupid at the time, and I was an actual kid back then; we only pretend it was awesome because we have to pretend everything Jordan ever did was awesome.

Considering that the Bulls had 2 3peats and Jordan didn't play for the 2 years in between them I'd say there's good reason. One could argue that if Jordan was there for '94 and '95 they could have had 8 in a row.

But in reality, he was there in '95 and they lost in the playoffs.

...or are you doing a bit? It's hard to tell with Jordan fans.

Can you at least be honest? Jordan came back to the Bulls in 95 halfway through the season, when they were 23-25 after not having played for a year and a half and trained for an entirely different sport. Despite coming back out of shape and out of practice their record went after he came back in '95 was 24-10.  See a slight difference there? Then when he got a full season under him what happened? 3 more championships.

Oh I get it, he played that season but it didn't count

He plaid less than half the games after being off for a year and a half and still managed to take his team who at the time had a losing record into the playoffs. Then won the championship the next 3 years running. Name a single player that can claim the same.

His playoff stats that year were better, or at the very least on par with, every other playoff he had. He just got beaten by a better team that would have beaten the Bulls if he had played all year. No shame in that

Considering what he did to those same teams the next year, and the year after that and the one after that, I'll disagree with you.

Every year is different. It's okay, he won 6 in 7 years. Too bad his team wasn't good enough for the 7th. That would have been truly impressive

I think ...


You're not wrong. His supporting players in '95 were not great, as I said, when he came back to the team they had a losing record. Still, you go 3 years in either direction when he played the whole season and it was nothing but championships. I still say if he had not retired in '94 the Bulls stood a good chance to take those 2 years as well.
 
4 days ago  
Say what you will but history speaks for itself.

'91 - Jordan plays all year - Championship
'92 - Jordan plays all year - Championship
'93 - Jordan plays all year - Championship
'94 - Jordan retires - Playoffs
'95 - Jordan plays less than half the season starting with a losing team - Playoffs
'96 - Jordan plays all year - Championship
'97 - Jordan plays all year - Championship
'98 - Jordan plays all year - Championship
'99 - Jordan retires again - 15th in conference

Only a farking moron can't see the pattern here. It's almost like the words "Jordan plays all year" = "Championship"
 
4 days ago  
It's fascinating how people are so concerned about how strangers throw a ball..
 
4 days ago  
Joe Pytka?  I'm going to trust the judgement of a career commercial director with a Pepsi fetish who looks like Vigo from Ghostbusters II?

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4 days ago  

Luse: Say what you will but history speaks for itself.

'91 - Jordan plays all year - Championship
'92 - Jordan plays all year - Championship
'93 - Jordan plays all year - Championship
'94 - Jordan retires - Playoffs
'95 - Jordan plays less than half the season starting with a losing team - Playoffs
'96 - Jordan plays all year - Championship
'97 - Jordan plays all year - Championship
'98 - Jordan plays all year - Championship
'99 - Jordan retires again - 15th in conference

Only a farking moron can't see the pattern here. It's almost like the words "Jordan plays all year" = "Championship"


Michael Jordan: The only guy in NBA history to get extra credit for all the titles he didn't win.
 
4 days ago  

Luse: IAmRight: Luse: IAmRight: Luse: IAmRight: Listening to people who were last relevant 25+ years ago cry about how no one today measures up to their greatness sure makes for great "news".

/not seeing Space Jam 2
//Space Jam was stupid at the time, and I was an actual kid back then; we only pretend it was awesome because we have to pretend everything Jordan ever did was awesome.

Considering that the Bulls had 2 3peats and Jordan didn't play for the 2 years in between them I'd say there's good reason. One could argue that if Jordan was there for '94 and '95 they could have had 8 in a row.

But in reality, he was there in '95 and they lost in the playoffs.

...or are you doing a bit? It's hard to tell with Jordan fans.

Can you at least be honest? Jordan came back to the Bulls in 95 halfway through the season, when they were 23-25 after not having played for a year and a half and trained for an entirely different sport. Despite coming back out of shape and out of practice their record went after he came back in '95 was 24-10.  See a slight difference there? Then when he got a full season under him what happened? 3 more championships.

Weird; you suggested I wasn't being honest, then proved that I told the truth and you'd lied earlier. Strange way of arguing.

He plaid for less than half the season in 95. So he missed ALL of the 94 season and 48 games of the 95 season. How is that a lie? You on the other hand are trying to make it sound like he played all of 95.
Haters gonna hate I guess.


BTW, no, I didn't. He was there for the playoffs, which is where seasons end.

He also gets the same treatment Steph Curry did: When he is playing well: He's unstoppable and the bestest ever. When he doesn't win: Um, remember that injury from a while ago that wasn't affecting him the past few games? Well, he's OBVIOUSLY injured again.

/except with Michael it was rust.
//Oh, sure, he scored 50 a game, but they lost, so they lost for other reasons.
///in '96 they added Rodman and Horace Grant got hurt for the Magic; THAT'S what turned those results around, not "Jordan was in better shape."
////BTW, in '99 the Bulls lost Pippen, Jackson, Jordan, and Rodman. Jordan knew he wouldn't win sh*t without Scottie (just like he never did in his career without Scottie) and Scottie was out, so he bounced.
 
4 days ago  

indybill23: Trocadero: Jordan was the worst part of Space Jam. The only person w/ a higher "phenomenal athlete/boring personality" quotient is Lionel Messi.

You've never heard of Roger Federer?


Honestly Tiger Woods was more boring than Federer. We just had to pretend he was interesting because he was an American and he was dominating the golf world.

/The adultery was a little interesting, I guess
 
4 days ago  

Luse: Say what you will but history speaks for itself.

'91 - Jordan plays all year - Championship
'92 - Jordan plays all year - Championship
'93 - Jordan plays all year - Championship
'94 - Jordan retires - Playoffs
'95 - Jordan plays less than half the season starting with a losing team - Playoffs
'96 - Jordan plays all year - Championship
'97 - Jordan plays all year - Championship
'98 - Jordan plays all year - Championship
'99 - Jordan retires again - 15th in conference

Only a farking moron can't see the pattern here. It's almost like the words "Jordan plays all year" = "Championship"


Well, except all of the season he did play all year and they didn't even make the finals. I guess Jordan's career only started in late 1990 and didn't include the 1995 playoffs for reasons
 
4 days ago  

Luse: You're not wrong. His supporting players in '95 were not great, as I said, when he came back to the team they had a losing record. Still, you go 3 years in either direction when he played the whole season and it was nothing but championships. I still say if he had not retired in '94 the Bulls stood a good chance to take those 2 years as well.


The Bulls only lost 2 fewer games the season he left. Then Horace Grant left too and all of a sudden they're a losing team without him. Again, that team lost because it wasn't good enough, even with Jordan. Just like his 1st six seasons
 
4 days ago  

Luse: IAmRight: Listening to people who were last relevant 25+ years ago cry about how no one today measures up to their greatness sure makes for great "news".

/not seeing Space Jam 2
//Space Jam was stupid at the time, and I was an actual kid back then; we only pretend it was awesome because we have to pretend everything Jordan ever did was awesome.

Considering that the Bulls had 2 3peats and Jordan didn't play for the 2 years in between them I'd say there's good reason. One could argue that if Jordan was there for '94 and '95 they could have had 8 in a row.


Jordan was exhausted after the first 3-peat. The second run would not have happened without the break.
 
4 days ago  

Incorrigible Astronaut: Luse: IAmRight: Listening to people who were last relevant 25+ years ago cry about how no one today measures up to their greatness sure makes for great "news".

/not seeing Space Jam 2
//Space Jam was stupid at the time, and I was an actual kid back then; we only pretend it was awesome because we have to pretend everything Jordan ever did was awesome.

Considering that the Bulls had 2 3peats and Jordan didn't play for the 2 years in between them I'd say there's good reason. One could argue that if Jordan was there for '94 and '95 they could have had 8 in a row.

Jordan was exhausted after the first 3-peat. The second run would not have happened without the break.


That's a valid argument. I do know he was burnt out from all of the media circus. His father's murder didn't help. The way some tried to link it to his gambling was just sick. A peak condition Jordan would have gone on to #4 and 5, as tired of it all as he was there is certainly a huge question mark on that tho.
 
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