Death once had a near-Sarah Palin experience.

calendar   Sunday - September 14, 2014

Guess Who, Again. This Time The Detroit Weekend Version

“Our rights are being tooken”

Above quote from a family member, upset that Detroit police would not let them back into the hospital where shooting victims were taken. The victims were from a family gun fight that broke out during a late night prayer vigil to end gun violence. Police would not let the relatives back in because they brought their argument, and their gun fight, to the hospital, and tried to bring it again once they were thrown out, even though several were arrested there.

Detroit Police Investigate Bloody Scene Where 8 People Shot, 2 Killed In Apparent Family Feud After Prayer Vigil

Detroit police say a prayer vigil on the city’s west side turned into a deadly family feud with several people shot, a car wreck and multiple suspects under arrest.

“It appears we have eight people shot; two in custody, fleeing the scene; five in custody at the hospital that, instead of going to show support, decided to act stupid — we had to lock them up; and we have three weapons we’ve recovered,” Detroit Assistance Police Chief Steve Dolunt told WWJ’s Mike Campbell.

The situation unfolded just before 2 a.m. Friday after a prayer vigil near Patton and Kendall streets, in a neighborhood near Outer Drive and I-96.

As the vigil was wrapping up, a vehicle drove by and a gunman opened fire on the group of people standing outside. At least eight people were struck by gunfire; one man was killed.

It appears everyone involved in the shootout knew each other, Assistant Police Chief Steve Dolunt said, but other circumstances aren’t clear. At least one assault rifle was recovered.

“A lot of family members or extended family members have been shot in this. We’re still trying to determine how this occurred and why they’re targeting this particular family,” he said. “And it appears this family also had weapons. So, we’re trying to sort it out. It’s still a fluid scene.”

Police Chief James Craig said getting information from witnesses has been a problem for investigators, who are still trying to figure out what led to the shooting.

“I will tell you that we’ve gotten very little cooperation from the people involved in it so we’ve done a very thorough look, trying to piece together the events from last night,” Craig said.

Oh the Martins and the Coys
They were reckless mountain boys
And they always took to feudin’ when they’d meet
They could shoot each other quicker
Than it took an eye to flicker
They could knock a squirrel’s eye out at ninety feet.


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calendar   Saturday - September 13, 2014


On the one hand, California U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi claims that Democrats are not “fear-mongers;” on the other hand, she believes civilization is doomed if Republicans take control of the Senate from Democrats in November.

read the rest at the Daily Caller

Yeah, the Dems only offer a message of hope ... “We hope you’ll believe that evil Rethuglicans are going to send Granny out on an iceberg to die, stop all Social Security and SNAP benefits instantly, and make abortion illegal everywhere, and then you’ll run and vote for us. Twice!”


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/13/2014 at 10:48 AM   
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Even The Left Is Right Once In A While

Obama Is Missing The Point

Now here is Barack Obama, elected president in 2008 largely because he promised to end the Iraq war, back for another bite at the apple. A small bite — since Obama’s aversion to large-scale intervention on the ground will largely restrict the U. S. effort to aerial bombardment supplemented with a bit of advice and equipment.

Whether the president will make good his promise to “degrade and ultimately defeat” Islamic State militants will depend less on the accuracy of U.S. bombs and missiles than on the effectiveness and motivation of surrogate forces fighting on the ground. Identifying willing and able proxies is like to pose a challenge.


The countries that ought to care more than the United States simply because they are more immediately threatened by Islamic State fighters — Iran, Turkey, Egypt and even Saudi Arabia — have not demonstrated a commensurate willingness to act.


Destroying what Obama calls the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant won’t create an effective and legitimate Iraqi state. It won’t restore the possibility of a democratic Egypt. It won’t dissuade Saudi Arabia from funding jihadists. It won’t pull Libya back from the brink of anarchy. It won’t end the Syrian civil war.  It won’t bring peace and harmony to Somalia and Yemen. It won’t persuade the Taliban to lay down their arms in Afghanistan. It won’t end the perpetual crisis of Pakistan. It certainly won’t resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.


Rudderless and without a compass, the American ship of state continues to drift, guns blazing.

Nice metaphor at the end there.  And what a great joke to open the essay with; “elected president because he promised to end the war”. What a delusional hoot!!  But aside from that, he’s got a good point. Killing ISIS won’t solve everything. Not that anyone ever said it would. But if somebody in charge was really smart, attacking ISIS in Syria could tip the scales on their revolution if you’ve coordinated with your favorite rebels ahead of time. Fly in, blast an ISIS place to shreds, have your rebels occupy the place while the bricks are still hot. Go to the next area, lather rinse repeat. 


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/13/2014 at 10:26 AM   
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Fear And Loathing In The Grocery Store

Horry Clap, I was in the grocery store last night and I notice the price of bacon has gone up again. Steeply! Plain old Oscar Mayer bacon, that old staple ... $7.99 a pound. Not some gourmet stuff. Not some certified organic stuff, not even the center cut variety or even the thick sliced one. Just regular old bacon. $7.99 a pound.


I blame China, both for buying up the American pork industry, and for somehow letting the PEDv swine disease loose here. Well, somebody did it. And then I blame the weather.

Looks like bacon is going to be a rare thing in our house for a while.

OTOH, at those prices, it almost makes sense to order the really good stuff from Nueske’s, the best bacon on earth.  Yes indeed.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/13/2014 at 09:39 AM   
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The New Regular Weekly Crowder

Steve Crowder says he’s back ... I don’t know where he was, but he’s back ... and will have a new video out almost every week.

Subtle as always, today Steve points out the #1 lie about pisslam.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/13/2014 at 09:13 AM   
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calendar   Friday - September 12, 2014

Because He Thinks You Are That Stupid

Slap in the face, much?


Good God. Ka-Boom backpacks? Backpacks full of Ka-Boom? On 9/11.

I guess they couldn’t get that Tamerlan Tsarnaev kid to attend.

I can’t believe nobody thought about the “visuals”. This was done on purpose. Because to them it’s funny. +100 points for the irony. And it’s another stick in the eye to America, hardy har har.

No, it doesn’t make any difference that this KaBoom is some kind of national network that builds play areas for poor kids, instead of that other Kaboom, the horrible chemical saturated clown cereal from the 80s. The cereal of the defeated.  Both of them use the sound of explosions as their name.

Explosions. Like backpack bombs at marathons. Or jets flying into buildings. “KaBoom volunteers” ... you know ... suicide bombers.

This is taking tacky to a level previously unknown in all human history.

Oh, and PS: the Boston mosque where the Marathon bomber attended is chock full of terrorists, with ties to ISIS.

And I’m still not sure why 9/11 is supposed to be a day of national service, but I guess that doesn’t really hurt anything. As long as you don’t loose the memory of that day. But for today’s teens, is it anything more than Arbor Day on a grander scale?


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/12/2014 at 02:25 PM   
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Double Dose Friday

Red, Green and Blue




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PC Will Be The Death Of US Military

Army Worried It Has Too Many White Officers

In remembrance of Joan Rivers, can we file this one under “Oh, just shut up.”?

Sociologists worry lack of black officers will have detrimental effect on minorities

U.S. Army sociologists are worried that a lack of black officers leading its combat troops will have detrimental effect on minorities and lead to fewer black officers in top leadership posts.

“The issue exists. The leadership is aware of it,” Brig. Gen. Ronald Lewis told USA Today on Thursday. “The leadership does have an action plan in place. And it’s complicated.”

The Army reports that only 10 percent of its active-duty officers are black, which has contributed to its dearth of black officers leading soldiers with occupational specialties in infantry, armor and artillery.

“It certainly is a problem for several reasons,” Col. Irving Smith, director of sociology at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, told USA Today. “First we are a public institution. And as a public institution we certainly have more of a responsibility to our nation than a private company to reflect it. In order to maintain their trust and confidence, the people of America need to know that the Army is not only effective but representative of them.”


Capt. Grancis Santana, 33, spoke to the paper and asserted that it wasn’t discrimination that was causing a lack of minority officers in key posts — the supply of desired soldiers in his military occupational specialty simply wasn’t there.

“It’s not a good feeling when you’re one of the few,” Capt. Santana told USA Today. “There was no discrimination; there are just not a lot of people like you.”

The paper also noted that of the 238 West Point graduates commissioned to be infantry officers in 2012, only seven were black. One of the Army’s plans for addressing the issue will be to put more emphasis on recruiting and mentoring minority officers.

Three or four points:

1) 10% isn’t that far from the 13%-17% we are told is black’s part of the overall population. 10% is a heck of a lot better than 0%, or even 5%.
2) All Marines are green. Not white, black, brown, olive, or pink. Soldiers are no different. The military promotes based on needs and competitive qualifications, not on Affirmative Action. Or at least they ought to.
3) Read between the lines. There is probably an overabundance of black officers (and troops) in the (REMF) background “occupational specialties” that don’t involve actual combat. Actually, I know this for a fact.
4) How long would this mentoring stuff last? Ok, sure, maybe they need to play catch-up Freshman year. Or as brand new 2nd LTs. But after that? At what point will they be expected to carry their weight? Because you absolutely can not make better officers by lowering the standards.

Anyone out there in uniform, or recently out of it, please sound off. 


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/12/2014 at 11:12 AM   
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Ravens Fans Support Domestic Abuse!

Hey, did ya hear about the new Ray Rice Raven’s jersey? It has no sleeves.

Ravens Fans Show Support For Wife Beater

Ravens fans, men and women, wear Ray Rice jerseys at Thursday night game

Ravens fans male and female, young and old, arrived for Thursday night’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers debating the events that have affected their team over the last few days. Their once beloved running back has been kicked off the team and banned by the NFL after a video surfaced that showed him punching his then-fiancee — and now wife — inside an Atlantic City hotel elevator.

All condemned Rice’s actions, but there was little consensus as to what his punishment should be. The NFL did the right thing by suspending him, some said, but the Ravens shouldn’t have terminated his contract as well. Or maybe the suspension should have remained at two games, where it stood before the punch video became public.

Meanwhile, those who wore Rice jerseys were getting heckles and high-fives.

“You support a wife-beater!” one female fan yelled at male fan wearing a No. 27 about 90 minutes before kickoff.

Outside of at least one entrance, a memo explained the “Ray Rice Jersey Exchange” policy, aimed at “particularly families, women and children” who wish to exchange a Rice jersey for that of another Ravens player. The Ravens are no longer selling Rice jerseys, but at least one independent vendor had some Rice action figurines on sale next to his collection of vintage Baltimore Colts wares.

The somber nature of the Rice saga jarred with the usual merriment surrounding a night game. The NFL Network set outside the stadium included panelists discussing serious issues on the air, while raucous fans hoping for a win over the Steelers cheered in the background.

Paul Kilduff, 65, put two pieces of duct tape over the letters “Ray R” on the back of his faded shirt so that it read “Be Nice” instead of “Ray Rice.” But the tape kept falling off, so he took off the jersey, then put it back on without the tape while uttering, “Ah, I might as well.”

“Everybody deserves a second chance,” he said, a refrain heard often in the parking lot.

This, after all, is the franchise of Ray Lewis, who was charged in a murder case in 2000 but now has a statue outside the stadium. His No. 52 remains arguably the most visible jersey among tailgaters.

But there were plenty of No. 27s [ in the crowd ], and many of them said they were deliberately making a statement.

I don’t buy into it. Pro football has become Thug Nation anyway. If the NFL wants to give Ray Rice the boot for KO’ing his fiance - for which I don’t think he was arrested or charged, and it certainly wasn’t done during a game - then they should develop a more even handed, universal policy: Get arrested, sit out the season. Get convicted, loose your job. Forever.

Better yet, hire no players with a criminal record, and let go the ones you currently have. Recreational drug user? Bye bye. Gang affiliation? Get lost. Convicted of running a dog fighting ring? Oh you are soooo out of here. Roid abuse? Full season suspension, and if you test positive next year you’re gone. Convicted felon? Don’t even think about putting on a uniform. Ever. Period.

“What’s good for the goose is good for the gander” and any one of these offenses would bring your corporate career to a screaming halt. Most would get you fired from the factory too, or from Walmart.

Too harsh? Ok, fine, then turn it around the other way completely. Pump them all full of steroids and HGH. Let them party down like frat boys. Let them all say whatever crude and poisonous hateful things they want to. Then play them all until they drop dead, like the performing livestock that they actually are.

This isn’t much middle ground. Selective enforcement just doesn’t cut it.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/12/2014 at 09:32 AM   
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they call themselves anti fascists but actually, they are pond scum I wish the worst for

Look at these scum.
What an inviting target.
They belong to the left and have come from outside Calais, many of them have, and believe that by calling themselves anti-Fascists, they have carte blanche to attack anyone who speaks out about immigration, or any topic they happen to support. They have the right to shut down debate and shout down everyone by labelling them as “Fascists.” But I think we know they are fakes.  They are all about control of any opposition by any means.  They are as active here in the UK as they are over there in France.  In fact, these vermin often travel from country to country.
If they fancy themselves defenders of freedom and light, why the masks and hoods?

Just the sight of these filthy bastards makes me see red.

Just so ya know.  This all really started because residence of the city complained that the govt. was not doing enough or maybe nothing , with the ever-growing numbers of these lice in their town.  There seems, to them, to be no control.
They are right.  And it shouldn’t matter but ... not all those demonstrating against the immigration policy in their country, are of the right. Some have no politics at all.  Or they didn’t until now.

Powder keg Calais: Hooded anti-fascists clash with right-wing protesters as tempers reach boiling point over migrant invasion of port

· Youths carrying large wooden sticks congregated outside town hall
· Right-wing demonstrators were protesting against camp of migrants
· Left-wing supporters of foreigners stormed area wearing black face masks
· Comes as UK offered to send 9ft-high steel fences to improve security

By Francesca Infante for the Daily Mail

Anti-fascist activists clashed on the streets of Calais yesterday with protesters angry with the town’s swelling migrant population.

Young men and women, many wearing black face masks and carrying large wooden sticks, congregated outside the town hall to confront right-wing demonstrators.

It is the latest outburst in the escalating tensions among migrants and local communities, which have reached breaking point in the last week.
The right-wing group Sauvons Calais – meaning ‘Save Calais’ – were protesting against the growing number of people, mostly from the Horn of Africa, Sudan and Afghanistan, who have set up camp as they try to enter the UK.

Around 300 riot police were called in to try to maintain peace as the protesters found themselves under attack from left-wing supporters of the foreigners.
Last night police struggled to set up barricades to keep the two groups separate as violence and vandalism raged on the streets.

The unrest follows the revelation yesterday that the UK government has offered to send 9ft-high steel fences to the town to improve security.

The 12 miles of fencing was used at the Nato summit in Wales last week, and the Home Office says it is much stronger than the barriers currently in place at the French port.



Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 09/12/2014 at 08:57 AM   
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Check Your Six. Or your Five.

A Shift In Time


Another article sounding the death knell of the manual transmission.

When Marlo Dewing went shopping for a car last year, she only had one requirement: a manual transmission.

“Any car that was only available as an automatic was a deal breaker,” said Dewing, 44. “I love to drive. I want to know that I am actually driving, that I am in control of the machine.”

That made her shopping list a very short one. Only around 10 percent of vehicles made in North America now have manual transmissions, down from 35 percent in 1980. And that number is expected to keep shrinking, according to the consulting firm IHS Automotive.

Manuals no longer have a fuel economy advantage. The five-speed manual transmission on the 2014 Honda Civic sedan gets 31 miles per gallon in combined city and highway driving, for example, while a Civic with Honda’s continuously variable automatic transmission — which moves automatically to the gear most appropriate for the car’s situation — gets 33 mpg.

The price gap does remain. A Honda Accord with an automatic transmission costs around $800 more than a manual one, while drivers opting for an automatic transmission on a Chevrolet Corvette Stingray have to pay $1,725 more. But that doesn’t seem to have stifled demand.

Driving enthusiasts like Dewing remain manuals’ biggest fans, and ensure that some brands will continue to produce them. Dewing eventually settled on a 2012 Volkswagen GTI with a six-speed manual transmission. It’s a 210-horsepower hatchback that’s popular with enthusiasts; Volkswagen says about half the GTIs it sells in the U.S. are manuals.

Earlier this week I read a news article that told how Cadillac is developing a self-driving car. Are you kidding me? Duh, when Cadillac sold real Caddys, cars you didn’t have to drive had a chauffeur. There is already at least one car on the market that does hands-off automatic parallel parking. And maybe that is a good idea, seeing how tall modern vehicles have become, which limits close-in visibility. OTOH, if your new high rider has power folding mirrors, just tilt them down 45° and ta-da, there’s the curb!

Rear view cameras and back up radar are out there now too. And I can’t say that those are bad things. Lane change warning systems. Fine, great. Low speed front radar braking ... probably a good idea too. It’s almost impossible to buy a new car that doesn’t have computer driven traction control. All of these things make cars safer and easier to drive. But a manual transmission makes a car fun to drive. And that’s what it’s all about. You don’t need thighs of iron to work a clutch any longer either; no matter how powerful the engine is, a modern hydraulic clutch reduces the pedal effort to just a couple pounds.

The old hot rodder argument that automatics are stronger doesn’t fly either; 5 speed manuals from Legend and 6 speed manuals from Tremec can handle 700lb ft of torque, which is crazy strong.

But oh no, manuals suck in traffic!! BS. I’ve been driving manuals since 1983, and I live in NJ, land of traffic. Trust me, it isn’t an issue. Right toe up, a flip of the right wrist, a slip of the left toe up, a touch of gas, left toe down, wrist flip back, left toe up, right toe down: you’ve just let off the brakes, put the car in gear, moved forward 5 feet in the traffic jam, come to a stop, and put the car back in neutral. It’s so easy you don’t even think about it. So is holding the car in position while stopped on a hill. It’s a tiny little skill, and once you learn it you do it for the rest of your life without thinking about it.

But it’s really all about the control. I want to drive the car, not have the car drive me. And when it’s time to go, I want to go. I don’t want to blurble away from the stop light, engine revving away like a buzzsaw with the car going nowhere. Which is what happens with a CVT. Plus a manual simply makes driving more fun.

Here’s Coach to help you through your driving desire to do something with your left foot:

2.97, 2.10, 1.46, 1:1, .74, .50: the standard gear ratios on the Tremec T56 wide ratio transmission (0.80 5th and 0.64 6th available): now your 400hp V8 with it’s 3.90 rear axle can get 20mpg at 80mph.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/12/2014 at 08:17 AM   
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Tit For Tot. I Mean Tat.

Take Their Lunch? We’ll Take Our Kids!

UK parents push back against FORCED school hot lunches

Think it’s bad over here, where your kid might have to order up a horrible Mooch Meal™ if you don’t pack her a bag lunch? Over in the UK the rules now say the sprogs HAVE to purchase a school provided hot lunch, and they’re taking away any and all food the kids bring to school.

Some parents, recognizing this as a form of extortion, have yanked their kids from the schools and started home schooling in reaction. Good for them.

Because think of it ... a wonderful British meal forced on your child ... pease porridge and cullen skink, fish head pie and love in disguise (trust me on that one), a scoop of scouse, some brussels sprouts ... boiled up by the Lunch Ladies and left on the steam tray all morning. Mmm, mmm,  good  barf.*

Parents have removed their children from a primary school after the governors banned packed lunches.

At least six children have been taken away from Milefield Primary School in Barnsley because of its strict new policy which aims to have all pupils eating a freshly cooked school dinner.

The change follows new rules, championed by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, which force schools to provide a free hot lunch to infants aged four to seven.
But some families are upset that packed lunches, often cheaper to prepare, have been banned. They fear fussy children will end up going without as the school only offers one choice of meal.
Parents were told about the meal policy in a letter from the headmistress on the last day of term in July.

Paula Murray has said she is proud of the change, which has been backed by a majority of parents.

But Adam Martin, 31, has taken his children Harry, four, George, five, and Amelia, seven, out of the school over the dispute.
Mr Martin, a gas engineer, said: ‘I feel like our freedom of choice has been taken away. We were appalled to be told our children couldn’t take in packed lunches and further incensed with how the school have dealt with the situation.

‘We like our kids to have a packed lunch because, not only does it save us money, but it also allows you to let your children eat what they like.’

He added: ‘The packed lunches we make are healthy, we don’t need somebody to tell us what our children should be eating.’

His attempts to communicate with education authorities over the summer had failed, he said.

Parents who had hoped to discuss the meal policy with teachers on the first day of term were met by two police community support officers.

Yeah, you read that right. Parents showed up to discuss things and the school sicced the plod on them. Nice, eh?

PS - sounds like the meal plan kind of sucks ...


A slice of white or wholemeal toast for breakfast
A carton of milk and a healthy snack mid-morning
A traditional meal at lunch followed by a dessert (all made fresh daily)
A piece of fruit or vegetable in the afternoon


Oh yeah, whenever I think GRIMEthorpe, I think “great meals”. Riiiight.

PS - don’t you just love the Jesuit style way they give free lunches to the tiniest mites? Get them trained up and used to it, so in 2 years they’ll demand it when mum and dad have to cough up the weekly tenner!

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calendar   Thursday - September 11, 2014

Those Good Old Democrats

So Wrong, For So Long


In November 1979, Iranian students/revolutionaries, purportedly including recent Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, but absolutely including their brand new Ambassador to the UN, Hamid Aboutalebi, took over the American embassy and held 52 Americans hostage for 444 days. How’s that for an even keel? And do you think they’d have had to moxie to stick old Hamid in as UN Flunky when Booosh was in? Nada chance.

Andrew Young went from anti-war junior GA Congressman appointed UN Ambassador under Carter, where he leveraged Robert Mugabe into office in Zimbabwe, to being the 2nd black mayor of Atlanta, a city that has gone straight downhill ever since.

Some things never seem to change.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/11/2014 at 11:56 PM   
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I didn’t know models did a video book, but duh, join the 21st Century already Drew. 

Model is Alejandra Alonso from Spain. She looks like a normal person, as far as models go. Not too starved or drugged out. Love the green eyes. The hair biting is pretty hot too. 


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/11/2014 at 11:11 PM   
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Not that very many people ever read this far down, but this blog was the creation of Allan Kelly and his friend Vilmar. Vilmar moved on to his own blog some time ago, and Allan ran this place alone until his sudden and unexpected death partway through 2006. We all miss him. A lot. Even though he is gone this site will always still be more than a little bit his. We who are left to carry on the BMEWS tradition owe him a great debt of gratitude, and we hope to be able to pay that back by following his last advice to us all:
  1. Keep a firm grasp of Right and Wrong
  2. Stay involved with government on every level and don't let those bastards get away with a thing
  3. Use every legal means to defend yourself in the event of real internal trouble, and, most importantly:
  4. Keep talking to each other, whether here or elsewhere
It's been a long strange trip without you Skipper, but thanks for pointing us in the right direction and giving us a swift kick in the behind to get us going. Keep lookin' down on us, will ya? Thanks.


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