Thursday, December 30, 2004 

Redskins 2004 Mood Tracker

Courtesy of Rowe:

Check out the mood tracker on the right. Make sure you click on thursday

Oh yeah, and Clinton Portis sucks (per the random article thats linked).


Childs Play

Donkey Kong is "lame." Tetris is "boring." Space Invaders "needs a superbomb or something." And why play Pong when it's more fun to "jump up and down on one foot"? Hey, save your irate letters--we didn't say this stuff. The nostalgia-nuking commentary is from EGM's November 2003 issue, in which we had kids of the PlayStation generation playtest classic games from the '70s and '80s. Mortified gaming grown-ups wrote in to call it blasphemy--and call these outspoken scamps a name that rhymes with "brittle truckers."

EGM Childs Play Focus Group Part 2

EGM: What do you think of [the first opponent] Glass Joe?

Bobby: Uh...he's white.

Anthony: He kinda looks like Barbie's Ken.

Dillon: I'm just pressing random buttons here....

Garret: That's probably how you beat the game.

Anthony: Why is Mario in this game? What does he have to do with anything? But it'd be cool if you can become Mario and jump on the guy's head and he dies.

Garret: "Mike Tyson" is bad publicity for this game.

And my favorite part from Part 1:

Handheld Football - Mattel • 1977
Everyone who grew up in the '70s owned one of these portable two-player pigskin sims, which used red LED lights to represent players.

Brian: What's this supposed to be?

EGM: Football. It's one of the first great portable games.

Brian: I thought it was Run Away From the Dots.

John: I don't see how this has anything remotely to do with football.

EGM: Which team are you playing?

Kirk: The red lines.

Tim: They could've just as easily called this game anything—Baseball, Bowling, Escape From the Monsters.

EGM: Did you score?

Kirk: I bumped into a dot.

Tuesday, December 28, 2004 


Bushism of the day from Slate:

"It's a time of sorrow and sadness when we lose a loss of life."—Washington, D.C., Dec. 21, 2004

Saturday, December 25, 2004 

Merry Xmas

Newspaper: Naughty kids lose gifts to eBay

HOUSTON, Texas (AP) -- -- The kids were naughty, Dad put the presents on eBay instead of under the tree -- and Mom's been crying ever since.

Now, even the tree's down.

Saturday morning was sure not to be very jolly for three brothers -- 9, 11 and 15 -- who didn't straighten up when their father told them Santa wasn't too please with their fighting, cuss words and obscene gestures.

Dad and Mom had warned their sons that the Nintendo DS video system -- and the three games that go with it -- were headed for the auction block if they didn't get their act together.

"No kidding. Three undeserving boys have crossed the line. Tonight we sat down and showed them what they WILL NOT get for Christmas this year. I'll be taking the tree down tomorrow," the man announced in his eBay posting.

"If you don't buy them, we'll return them to the store," the seller known online as magumbo--2000 reported on the site.

Thursday, December 23, 2004 

Maniac Mansion Deluxe

For people unlike Pete who had a normal childhood and remember playing Maniac Mansion, here's an article on Wired about how some programmers have created a remake of it for current machines.

The new game is almost identical to the original, except for the graphics and sound. Like the original, it has seven characters you can assemble in groups of three to play the game, and the puzzle-filled adventure has eight different solutions, which vary based on which characters you choose. Every line of dialogue from the original is included in the game, along with Easter eggs.

And here is where you can download it.

You know Maniac Mansion was awesome.

Wednesday, December 22, 2004 

AOL News

for the coworkers (isn't this much better than my CRLS)

AOL gets ready to launch free Web e-mail

Gmail or AOL...Gmail or AOL...hmm, I can't decide.


Paper Tosser

From Justin:
The Paper Tosser.

The write up at the top of the game:
I gurantee right now all of you who visit this site at the work place will spend a minimum of 30 minutes today trying to beat your high scores. This is the simplest yet most addictive game I have played in some time. Just when you think you got it mastered BAM you screw up. I got up to 18 lets see how well that holds.

It's fun. You know you're not doing work. Play.

Tuesday, December 21, 2004 

A Great Stocking Stuffer

"B.C. Bud Marijuana Farm" Board game.

Creators of "The Grow-Op Game" say the $39.95 "educational board game" highlights the perils of the marijuana business and cautions would-be growers.

"You get ratted on by neighbors, hydro cuts you off, you get floods, there are tons of stuff that is negative about it," said Vancouver-based creator Ivan Solomon Saturday.

Solomon said the Monopoly-style game is the brainchild of a young, 20-something reformed pot grower, known only as the "Rabbit," to conceal his identity. Solomon said Rabbit came up with the idea for the game while serving time in jail.



Latest from Slate:

"They can get in line like those who have been here legally and have been working to become a citizenship in a legal manner."—Referring to immigrant workers, Washington, D.C., Dec. 20, 2004


Pete's a big Hillary Duff fan. .


Parking Lot Personality

Are you a "Search and Destroyer", "Lay and Wait", "Stalker" or "See it and Take it".

I hate malls.

Monday, December 20, 2004 

Yahoo News: Unlikely Stories of 2004

Yahoo News' list of Unlikely Stories of 2004:

PARIS (AFP) - Every year, thousands of news stories get overlooked, lost in the welter of major international events.

They are, for the most part, simple tales of a human dimension, not involving war, disaster or political unrest, just stories which illustrate the extraordinary in the everyday, the amusing, the absurd, the often lurid and the downright bizarre.

Here, then, is a selection of some of those "offbeat" stories which offered an insight into human nature in 2004:

ZHENGZHOU, China: A Chinese couple raised their only child for 13 years in the belief it was a girl, until a visit to the local hospital alerted them to the fact that he was really a boy with underdeveloped sexual organs. They did not realize anything was wrong until they were baffled by a "reaction in the lower half of his body" whenever he watched pretty women on TV. Doctors concluded he was suffering from a rare disease causing sexual organs to be somewhat hidden from view and performed a successful three-hour operation to correct the problem.

PALEMBANG, Indonesia: A landmark bridge in Sumatra is in danger of collapse because too many men are urinating on one of its steel pillars. Surveyors have found that the Ampera bridge in Palembang has begun to lean at an angle and rocks slightly when traffic is heavy. Council spokesman Azmi Lakonisaid: "We are concerned that one of its main support piers has been weakened by urine, as it is a popular spot for locals to relieve themselves." He added that the acidic fluid's corrosive forces could lead to the eventual collapse of the bridge.

LONDON: British television watchdogs ruled that a pig which was sexually pleasured on camera by a minor celebrity did not feel degraded by the experience. Dozens of viewers had complained about an episode of a reality television show in which the audience were treated to the sight of Rebecca Loos, the self-proclaimed ex-lover of England football captain David Beckham, stimulating the boar for 10 minutes to produce a flask of semen. An animal charity condemned the scenes as "morbid and sordid" but the broadcasting standards body said the procedure was perfectly normal on a farm. "We don't believe that the scene was degrading or harmful to the boar," they ruled.


iPOD my Photo

Wired as an article about a service called which creates ipod silhouette style ads of pictures that you send in.

Some samples.


Chappelle Show Season 3 Delayed

Was going to premiere Feb 16, now pushed back to April or May according to some person on the radio this morning. Apparently Chappelle has been sick.

The premiere of Chappelle's Show season 3 has been pushed back on Comedy Central, and the release of season 2 on DVD has been delayed because of it. A new date hasn't been set, but we should hear something when the premiere date for season 3 is locked.


Owners Representative

Viewers of "The Apprentice" are led to believe that the winner gets to "run" a Trump division or project.

It turns out that's not exactly the case with Bill Rancic, the winner of the show's first edition. We all thought he was going to be the project manager of the construction on a new Trump office tower in Chicago.

Actually, his title is "owner's representative."

Trump acknowledged Rancic is hardly "running" the project, but Trump insisted, "I've always said (the winners) would be under very strong supervision and auspices. And that's what's happened with Bill."

Friday, December 17, 2004 

DC Baseball Opponents

Sex Industry Funded Campaign Against New Stadium

Mark Segraves, WTOP Radio

WASHINGTON - The sex industry funded part of a campaign that opposes the construction of a new baseball stadium on the Anacostia waterfront.

Opponents of a publicly financed baseball stadium spent roughly $50,000, trying to sway public opinion

In one method used to get their message out, opponents used an automated phone line.

The person on the automated phone call says he's from a group called Friends of the Earth, and he's opposed to a stadium built with public money

Friends of the Earth is part of a coalition called "No D.C. Taxes For Baseball."


Michael v Kobe

From ESPN:

Kobe Bryant is a little more gifted athletically than Michael Jordan was. Kobe is a much better pure shooter. Kobe has risen into Michael's rare air when it comes to making great late shots. Kobe is a little taller, and just as quick and strong. Kobe plays with as much nightly energy and passion as Michael did, even on defense. You can argue that Kobe is a little better looking. Kobe definitely is a more polished speaker. Kobe can be almost as charming as Michael, when he feels like it.

Because the same Kobe who is invincibly confident in his strengths is astonishingly unaware of his weaknesses. So why won't Kobe Bean Bryant ever realize his dream of being the next Michael Jeffrey Jordan? Because the same Kobe who can be so worldly and bright can also be so sheltered and dumb.

Because Kobe is lost in his own private universe. Kobe doesn't get it. Michael always did


Anyone watch that South Park episode a few weeks back

From Dan:

Do you believe that there should be sanctity in a boyfriend-girlfriend relationship?

When you're in the public eye, it's wrong to cheat on someone, unless you're very careful. If you're normal and no one's going to know, then do it.

- Paris Hilton Interview with Rolling Stone


EA & the NFL suck

Just an article bitching about the EA exclusive NFL deal that I'm posting because it still pisses me off.


Nationals Threat Level

Stolen from


Spinning Apartment

I dont know, for some reason I thought that this was cool.

SAO PAULO, Brazil (Reuters) - Feel like you need to turn your life around? Then a new apartment building in the Brazilian city of Curitiba could be for you.

Each floor in the 11-story building can revolve independently 360 degrees to the left or to the right.

"This is the only building in the world in which each apartment can spin individually," said Joao Carlos Peters, marketing director at the Moro construction company.

Thursday, December 16, 2004 

New Yahoo Features

Yahoo Maps now shows traffic.

Yahoo Video Search
I used this to find random clips of the Maryland Basketball championship in 2002. Oh man is it great watching highlites, recaps etc.


Worst Jobs in Science

Pretty sure this was on slashdot, but I randomly came across this again.
The Worst Jobs in Science: The Sequel:

• Anal-Wart Researcher
• Worm Parasitologist
• Lab-Animal Veterinarian
• Tampon Squeezer
• Landfill Monitor
• K-25 Demolition Worker
• Ecologist at St. John’s Harbor
• Iraqi Archaeologist
• Tick Dragger
• Nurse
• Computer Help-Desk Tech
• Congressional Science Fellow
• Public-School Science Teacher
• Nosologist
• Root Sorter
• Crank
• Television Meteorologist


Don't read this one

From one of my roommates - Rider:

"Any article entitled "don't read this one" is an automatic read."


Caesars Palace - Atlantic City

Casino fined for peeping hidden cameras
Atlantic City surveillance used to spy on women's anatomy


Baseball in DC

I hate this common misconception that this publicly funded stadium is coming from DC tax payers...Thomas Boswell sums it up best:

The Council claims to be fighting for the poor of the District when it is far more likely that it is in the process of killing a development deal, with baseball as its centerpiece, that would bring significant benefits, not costs, to those very constituents.

Council members claim they are protecting citizen tax dollars when they know that not one cent of public money is earmarked for the Anacostia waterfront project. All funds to back the bonds to build the park will come from the team's new owners (rich), the top 11 percent of local Washington businesses (prosperous) and fans who attend games (many affluent). As for the District's pot of money collected through taxes -- called "the general fund" -- not a cent would be taken out of it.

As a bonus, more than 80 percent of Nationals fans, about two million a year, would come from the suburbs and spend tens of millions of discretionary entertainment dollars in the District.

This is a good deal and people don't realize it.


I hate...

Linda Cropp. If anyone feels like mailing her, from the DC baseball blog BallWonk, heres her email addy:



Latest Bushism:

"And so during these holiday seasons, we thank our blessings. ... "—Fort Belvoir, Va., Dec. 10, 2004

Wednesday, December 15, 2004 

Lap Pillow

I'm too lazy to look, but I swear I posted something awhile back which was the male version of this lap pillow. I'm betting its the same company.

Anyway, just in time for Christmas!!!

TOKYO (Reuters) - Single or lonely Japanese men may get lucky this Christmas.

One popular item for holiday shoppers is the "lap pillow," with skin-colored polyurethene calves folded under soft thighs -- a comfy cushion for napping, reading or watching television.

The 9,429 yen ($90) pillow, which comes with one red and one black skirt, went on sale in late November and maker Trane Co Ltd says shipments have reached 3,000 in just a few weeks.

"We created this item to help tired people relax," said Makoto Igarashi, Trane's managing director.

Care was taken with details such as the softness of the thighs, panty lines on the pillow's "backside" and wrinkles in the lap of the skirt so as to make the pillow look and feel as real as possible.

Yeah....this is stupid.

Tuesday, December 14, 2004 

Professional Wingmen

CHICAGO, Illinois (AP) -- Two friends are at a party when one sees a potential love interest across the room.

Immediately, the other friend swoops into action, making an introduction and helping to keep the conversation going -- all so the buddy can score a phone number.

It's long been a ploy in the flirting arsenal. But now, those who ride shotgun for the sake of love have a name: They are the "wingmen" and "wingwomen" of the dating world.


At Arriviste Press, a small Boston-based publishing house, writers have launched a Virtual Wingman service on the company's Web site. All clients have to do is plug in a few details about themselves and what the sort of date they're looking for and, using that information, the virtual wingmen will craft a personal ad, free of charge.

Meanwhile, in cities such as Chicago and New York, a person can rent out a real, live wingperson on an hourly basis.


Welcome to Moe's -God

From Pete:

ORLANDO, Fla. -- A controversial new billboard where God is apparently used to sell burritos and tacos for a local restaurant is raising eyebrows in Orlando's religious community, according to Local 6 News.

The large billboard for Moe's Southwest Grill is located along Interstate 4 and resembles one of the famous God Speaks billboards that began popping up on highways five years ago.

However, instead of the inspirational messages posted on the God Speaks billboards, God appears to be Moe's company pitchman, according to Local 6 News.


AFI Top 10

The AFI knows TV apparently. Here's their top 10 list for TV shows for 2004:

Curb Your Enthusiasm
The Sopranos
Something the Lord Made
Desperate Housewives
The Shield
Arrested Development
South Park

If you haven't watched Arrested Development you reallly should. I just started watching it on DVD and it really is great.

Randomly for reference is their top 10 for 2003:
I post it only because I think its funny that Playmakers made it.

Angels in America
Arrested Development
Everybody Loves Raymond
Joan of Arcadia
Soldier's Girl
The Wire


Random Apprentice Stuff

‘Apprentice’ finalists say boardroom took four hours

NEW YORK - Donald Trump taught Kevin Allen and Sandy Ferreira, his oh-so-close firees on NBC’s “The Apprentice, a valuable lesson: go to school but don’t stay too long.

“Ultimately, I think I came to the table with an entrepreneurial spirit,” Ferreira, 28, told The Associated Press. “I just didn’t have the degree that Trump wanted. I couldn’t pull it out of the air.”

On the flip side, Trump called law student Allen, 29, overeducated and underexperienced before firing him — even though finalist Kelly Perdew has the same number of degrees and Jennifer Massey has a similar amount of business experience. What gives?

Webber says there never was a role for him in 'The Apprentice'

MINNEAPOLIS - Chris Webber wasn't pleased to learn his name had been used Thursday on NBC's "The Apprentice."

Webber said he had been contacted by the show's producers but didn't give permission for his name to be used.

"My lawyers are looking at legal action now," the Kings forward said. "There was never a part in the show. They wanted to entice me to come on there. But I said I really didn't care about being on their show. So no, I never agreed to do it, and my people are upset that they tried to use my name to snare interest for their last show."

Webber said the entire situation lets you know that "reality TV really isn't reality TV because that whole thing was staged."


No more late charges

Shares of Blockbuster were up 2 percent Tuesday after the company said that it plans to stop charging late fees for its movie and game rentals at the end of the year.

The company plans to nix the fees on Jan. 1. The rentals will still have due dates, Blockbuster said, but customers will have a weeklong grace period after the due date.

The rental outlet will then automatically sell the product to customers holding it beyond the grace period, deducting the rental fee from the sale price. At that point, customers will have 30 days to return the movie or game.

Thursday, December 09, 2004 

No more posts.

I'm on vacation. Justin and Colin will need to find another blog to read til tuesday.


Fear the Turtle Wristbands

Sounds kinda stupid to me.

University leaps on trendy 'Livestrong' bandwagon
By Jared A. Favole
Staff writer

In an effort to promote itself and raise money for scholarship funding, the university will start selling elastic black and red "Fear the Turtle"-emblazoned wristbands for $2 at Terrapin basketball games.


10 Weirdest Moments on The Apprentice


10 weirdest moments of ‘The Apprentice’
Remember Ivana's strip tease? Maria’s flip-out?

Random comment: The Season Finale next week is going to be 3 hours. Damn thats long.


Kobe Sucks

Ok I lied. This from ESPN Insider:

"They are here giving me 110 percent," Bryant said of his teammates.

Really? The Lakers are playing for Kobe now?

That wasn't a slip of the tongue. Two player agents who represent players on the Lakers and one league source told Insider that Bryant was ruling the Lakers with an iron fist, getting in players' faces and acting as if he owned the team. According to one agent, Bryant even threatened to trade his client if he didn't do things The Kobe Way.

"I get the feeling that everyone there is pretty miserable," one agent told Insider. "I know [my client] wants out, and he claims others do too. It's hard enough to have a coach on you all the time, but then when a player is doing it, too, it's just too much."


Laptop Danger

Yeah, I only post this because I am sitting in a meeting right now, with my laptop in my lap (someone stole my chair so I have to sit on a table...bastards).

LONDON (Reuters) - Teenagers and young men should keep their laptops off their laps because they could damage fertility, an expert says.



Chris Paul Redskins Songs

From Justin:

Are available for purchase from


Watch out Netflix

Amazon has started up a DVD rental program...but only in the UK first.

Tuesday, December 07, 2004 

Xiao Xiao

Justin (10:31:49 AM): it's old
Me (10:31:56 AM): ?
Justin (10:31:58 AM): but who can forget xiao xiao #3?
Justin (10:32:00 AM):


Artest - Allure

CNN SI 10 Spot

Evidently not all publicity is good publicity. Despite Artest being in the news as much as Ronald Reagan ever was, the CD by R&B girl group Allure that Artest has been promoting sold just 800 copies through last week. By contrast, U2 has moved 840,000 units of How To Dismantle an Atomic Bomb despite a shocking lack of brawls involving the band.

Monday, December 06, 2004 

Parents Television Council

if you don't read slashdot...

I hate the PTC.

The number of indecency complaints had soared dramatically to more than 240,000 in the previous year, Powell said. The figure was up from roughly 14,000 in 2002, and from fewer than 350 in each of the two previous years. There was, Powell said, “a dramatic rise in public concern and outrage about what is being broadcast into their homes.”

What Powell did not reveal—apparently because he was unaware—was the source of the complaints. According to a new FCC estimate obtained by Mediaweek, nearly all indecency complaints in 2003—99.8 percent—were filed by the Parents Television Council, an activist group.

This year, the trend has continued, and perhaps intensified.

Through early October, 99.9 percent of indecency complaints—aside from those concerning the Janet Jackson “wardrobe malfunction” during the Super Bowl halftime show broadcast on CBS— were brought by the PTC, according to the FCC analysis dated Oct. 1. (The agency last week estimated it had received 1,068,767 complaints about broadcast indecency so far this year; the Super Bowl broadcast accounted for over 540,000, according to commissioners’ statements.)


Halo 2 Stats - MS Excel

Note: This post will only be interesting to OBrien, Colin and maybe Pete if he ever actually purchases an Xbox.

An article about a cool excel program that some Microsoft programmer created that takes all the online Halo 2 stats thats available from the Bungie site and presents all sorts of stats on your gameplay.

A Microsoft employee has created an application that pulls statistics from the online-multiplayer version of the game into an elaborate spreadsheet. The spreadsheet automatically collects and crunches individual player stats in ways not otherwise possible -- letting players see statistics including average kills, deaths and ranking over time. It also does advanced analysis to assess a player's performance in various ways against other competitors and across different types of "Halo 2" games.


Fake ass reality TV

Article from LA Times about how reality shows are scripted. The report got his hands on a 19 page script for Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.

If you dont have bugmenot installed on your firefox, use
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Through sources I cannot reveal but would definitely not go to jail to protect, I got hold of a 19-page, single-spaced outline of an upcoming episode of "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy." Every moment is planned in advance, including a few specific lines for the straight guy to deliver, which Bravo says is not unusual for any reality show. It's something that people in Hollywood know and think is no big deal. Like Mike Ovitz.


It's not just "Queer Eye." It's even affected the otherwise upstanding straight world. Writers staged that clip of Nicole Ritchie crashing her car that's being used for the promos of the new season of "The Simple Life," the supposedly real adventures of Ritchie and Paris Hilton.


The waiter tripping and injuring himself in "The Restaurant," a show that documented the disastrous opening of a Manhattan eatery, is a reenactment.


According to supervising producer Christie Zelling, at MTV's "Made," where high school students get to live out their incredibly depressing dreams, the staff writes voice-overs for the teenage stars, some about boyfriends they no longer have and all of which the subjects find "totally cheesy."

Producer Matt Swanson says that when Ozzy threw a block of wood over a fence and shattered the window of his noisy neighbors during the first season of "The Osbournes," it was just a sound effect and a phony reaction shot. We wanted to believe so badly in reality TV that we believed a man so feeble he can no longer remember whether or not he ate a live bat could somehow throw like Curt Schilling.


"The Simple Life" is so unreal that people who produce the show refer to it as a "hybrid sitcom" or a "soft-scripted show," a fact Fox does not deny. This fall, when the entire season's gimmick was that Hilton and Ritchie slept in trailer parks, they checked into hotels all but two nights.

There are other funny examples in the article.


Cheesy Film Moments

From Yahoo:

1. "Titanic": Leonardo DiCaprio's "I'm the king of the world!"

2. "Dirty Dancing": Patrick Swayze's "Nobody puts Baby in the corner."

3. "Four Weddings And A Funeral": Andie McDowell's "Is it still raining? I hadn't noticed."

3. "Ghost": Demi Moore's "Ditto." to Patrick Swayze's "I love you."

5. "Top Gun": Val Kilmer to Tom Cruise (news): "You can be my wingman anytime"

6. "Notting Hill": Julia Roberts' "I'm just a girl... standing in front of a boy... asking him to love her."

7. "Independence Day": Bill Pullman's "Today we celebrate our Independence Day!"

8. "Braveheart": Mel Gibson (news)'s "They may take our lives, but they will not take our freedom!"

9. "Jerry Maguire": Renee Zellweger to Tom Cruise: "You had me at hello."

10. "The Postman": A blind woman says to Kevin Costner (news): "You're a godsend, a savior." He replies: "No, I'm a postman."

That last one is too funny.

Sunday, December 05, 2004 


Nick On Jessica: 'Best Stocking I've Ever Stuffed'

My boss and I were talking to Nick about exteneding his intro for Jessica by 30 secs. We asked him what he wanted to say about her.

These are [Nick’s] exact words...

"Let's see what could I say.......Do you really want me to tell you...... Not too many nice things to say about her (this is [we] started sweating and getting uncomfortable)... How about she was the best stocking I ever stuffed?" He then proceeded to say, "She was the best Chimney I've ever come down on."

Friday, December 03, 2004 

Apprentice: Maria

Did anyone else hate the always blinking woman Maria on the Apprentice?

Wednesday, December 01, 2004 

At Eastern Motors

your jobs your credit.

From DMa:
I love this commercial.

Fords, Hondas , Chevys , Beemers
and Minivans
Over 600 Cars, Trucks and SUVs
Are you listening man?


Mark Cuban's new Hedge Fund

Yeah, this is my type of Hedge Fund.

I’ve decided to start a new hedge fund. However, this hedge fund won’t invest in stocks or bonds, or any type of business. It’s going to be a fund that only places bets. A gambling hedge fund.

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    My blog full of random crap.
    History/Stages of this blog:
    1. Completely random crap
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    5. YouTube Lovefest
    6. The Wire Lovefest
    7. Wii Lovefest
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