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  • delkarnu

    delkarnu

    March 11, 2015, 1:51 am

    Publishers are outdated, self-publishing is the way of the future.

    >Like most authors, I came to self-publishing after failing to garner any interest in my book from mainstream agents/publishers and small presses.

    No, my product was great, it just wasn't *understood* by the stodgy publishers, they are sooo the past, and I am too good for their shortsightedness, I am part of the future of publishing.

    Look, here is a convenient link to my book, with exactly one review of 5 stars, by someone I swear isn't me or my best friend/spouse/mother/father, it is only coincidence that they have only reviewed one book, which just happens to be an obscure self published item.

    Me thinks the writer may have a bias about the publishing world.

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  • squidwalk

    squidwalk

    March 11, 2015, 5:08 am

    I could get behind a , "what are the two main party's stances on some issues" test. I've seen a lot of talk here about voting tests being a difficult sort of thing to assemble, but if it's all stuff like "Abortion: McCain for/against | Obama for/against" and the parties themselves release the right answers, we'd at least have a test showing voters know the issues and what they're voting for.

    As for the tax, I think it should be a "failure to vote" tax if anything. This way parties can't buy votes, and people wouldn't fail purposefully for money like threnody suggests.

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  • Space_Cranberry

    Space_Cranberry

    March 10, 2015, 1:01 pm

    My irrational fear is gas. I had an old-fashioned oven once where you had to let the gas build up a bit before you lit the pilot light. Well, I was not using the proper amount of brain and I let too much gas build up. A fireball whooshed out of the oven and attempted to eat my face off.

    The pain was incredible. I didn't burn my nerves off, I just scorched 'em a bit so they were still alive and very angry. I would rather give birth before going through that again.

    Now I cannot bear to have anything to do with an appliance that uses gas. I can flip a burger on a grill, but I can't light it or adjust the flame. I can turn on a furnace but I can't go lighting the pilot or...touch it. Same with a water heater. I will gladly spend the extra money on an electric dryer than have to know I'm folding clothes next to such evilness.

    I'm getting twitchy just thinking about it. I have to stop typing about it now before I break out in hives.

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  • marikas

    marikas

    March 10, 2015, 1:49 pm

    Sydney made financial losses, but IMO they got very good ROI. What the Olympics did for their image you simply can't put a monetary value on.

    Nine years later we all still remember... Aussie Aussie Aussie, Oi! Oi! Oi!

    If Olympic expenditure was categorized by governments, they would file it under "PR and Marketing".

    The Americans who opposed it are either shortsighted or from Limbaugh's party.

    I'm glad though, the US only just had a turn... no country should host the Olympics more then once in 30yrs.

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  • SoMoNoFo

    SoMoNoFo

    March 11, 2015, 4:56 am

    This guy hit me for no real reason, in the face, really, really hard a number of times - then he went off to work like everything was just fine. He was a real clothes horse, loved his fucking wardrobe. So while he was at work I donated all his clothes to the Salvation Army. And I mean everything, all his underwear, all his suits, all his jeans and boots and shoes - everything. I moved everything else he owned into boxes and stacked them on the front porch. When he came back I told him what I had done and dared him to do something about it - of course I also had a shotgun in my arms when I told him, that may have had some impact on his response.

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  • thenit

    thenit

    March 11, 2015, 8:47 am

    I'd like to consider myself a gamer, I would like to be able to play Left 4 Dead, TF2, WoW, etc. comfortably..

    I've been using this laptop, which allegedly has 4 gigs of ram and a... (incoming copy/paste!) Intel Core 2 Duo CPU T6400 @ 2.00GHz ... processor... aaaand I'm not entirely satisfied with game performance, it's good enough for me to play on... but not good enough to enjoy. I'm not looking for a Crysis machine yet... just a substantial upgrade.

    --

    Oh yes, and I have zero experience and extremely limited knowledge with building computers; however I am very willing to learn, just need something to hold my hand for little tutorial time.

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  • sharik00

    sharik00

    March 10, 2015, 2:14 pm

    I was recently in a similar situation. I requested my phone and DSL be transfered when I move a few doors down. First they told me that they couldn't do it because someone else had a line at the new place (even though there wouldn't be one on the day I requested the transfer for). So I hung up and called back, and this time everything got arranged. When I moved, the phone line was working, but DSL was not. They just did not connect the DSL. (Coincidentally, on my previous move they connected the DSL, but not the actual phone line.) All I wanted was to have someone come out and connect the DSL. Over the next five days I spent 8 hours on the phone with them (not kidding) alternating between patiently following all of the troubleshooting tips and explaining that I tried everything and I just need someone to come out. No, I'm pretty sure the lack of signal is not due to my modem resting on the carpet! I got different information from every rep. Finally, on a Tuesday I was able to break through to schedule for a tech to come out ... next Monday! That's when I canceled the service, got Comcast, and had internet the next day. Now I am waiting for Comcast to screw me over at which point I will come crawling back to ATT. It'a vicious cycle. Hopefully I will soon be back in an area where I can get a third choice.

    Good luck with your line and have patience. It's not worth stressing out about.

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  • sbrown123

    sbrown123

    March 11, 2015, 12:57 am

    >KKK is off topic.

    They were just an example of a hate group.

    >Glen Beck spreads misinformation to people along with many other things. You picked hate speech.

    Yes, his racist comments are what started the boycott.

    >Him shipping through UPS, FedX, or the US Postal service makes no difference to me and I've never even played one of his games.

    Like I said before, if he made the comments on his blog I could care less. The problem I had was that he used the company, and its 60+ employees, to make a statement against UPS boycotting Glen Beck due to Glen Beck's racist statements. Nothing against Stardock or it's games though.

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  • weegee

    weegee

    March 11, 2015, 2:53 am

    Haven't been there in years, but breakfast at The Coastal Kitchen on Capitol Hill is amazing. If you like a good curry, try the daily special at Cafe Zum Zum downtown on 3rd and Columbia. For $3.99 you get a big container with rice and delicious vegetarian curry on top with a naan bread and drink. It's the best lunch deal in town by far, don't let the line out the door turn you away, it's normal and moves fast. For dinner you can't beat Salty's on Alki for the food and the view of downtown across Elliot Bay. Skip the Space Needle it's expensive and the food isn't great. For a better view of the city from the top of a building, go up to the top of the Smith Tower where there is an external balcony you can gaze from. Even higher is the Bank of America tower but you're just looking through glass there. Still cool. Definately take a ride on the ferry to Bainbridge Island, but just do a round trip for the fun of it. Good cheap fish and chips at Ivars on the Waterfront just north of the ferry dock. Pike Place Market is well worth visiting, and the Pike Brewery/Pub is a pretty good place for lunch if you want to try some good local beer. The best brewery in Seattle is up in Ballard, Maritime is my favorite local beer. You'll have to take a bus there. Public transit is pretty good in Seattle, and it's a walking friendly city for the most part. People are friendly so don't be afraid to ask for directions. Uwajimaya is the largest Asian grocery anywhere so check it out, good food there too. Kaname Izakaya is a great Japanese restaurant and has very good and very CHEAP happy hour food and drink. I love that place. Have fun in Seattle!!!

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  • dptronz

    dptronz

    March 11, 2015, 2:33 am

    Indeed. But wait, here's another:

    Recently my neighbor, a Caltrain conductor, told me about his friend who had a strike during his first week as an engineer. He said the suicide victim was a black male, approximately 350 lbs., sprawled across the tracks, using one arm to prop his head off the ground, and while maintaining a wide-eyed grin, the man held eye contact with the engineer during his final seconds. This haunting image caused the engineer to make a decision to return to being a conductor, eventually switching to working in the maintenance yard.

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  • informedlate

    informedlate

    March 10, 2015, 10:39 am

    YOU SHOULD BE DOWN VOTED.

    You should not be at the top of this page, because your approach is ignorant and wrong.

    This antagonistic method does nothing but lower your position's impact and undermines your efforts at disproving his nonsense on a logical, rational plane.

    Approach with patience and logic close at hand and demonstrate publicly the matter of facts that prove him wrong. Display evidence and people who sit on the fence or might already be converted will take notice. Remember that "people are suckers for the truth", but sometimes they just need to be shown (not forced to see) truth and matters of fact.

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  • PeterIanStaker

    PeterIanStaker

    March 10, 2015, 8:26 pm

    I agree with most of that. Dr. Rush is awesome.

    The sense of humor from the previous 2 series is almost completely gone. I was expecting that though. This show's a lot grittier.

    The quick cutaways were a little off-putting. I have to say though, the CGI was great. All the space shots were pretty breath-taking.

    I didn't mind the glacial plot idea so much. It goes with the survival mindset, taking little victories one at a time. There wouldn't be much to watch if the ship was up and running in 1 episode.

    I think as long as they continue to keep this show closer to the Stargate side fof the 'Stargate----------BSG' spectrum, I'm going to enjoy this show.

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  • FionaSarah

    FionaSarah

    March 10, 2015, 6:54 pm

    The main problem with the lack of value in this giveaway is that the vast majority of people who didn't download the DLC don't care that they didn't receive the extra. Therefore they wont be inclined to do the same in the future.

    I think Beth dropped the ball here, imagine if it was a mini-DLC, contained a few extra items or an extra game area? Every fan who didn't buy all the DLCs would be all "Damnit." and would most likely do it for future games to see what Beth would give the second time around.

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  • rampantdissonance

    rampantdissonance

    March 10, 2015, 4:46 pm

    As someone with a mild case of Spheksophobia (fear of stinging insects) I couldn't help but feel a vindictive amusement when he describes the hammer orchid, which mimics a certain wasp's mate. The orchid has a part that looks like a female wasp, and when the male tries to do the deed, the pollen is released onto him before he realizes he has been duped and then flies away, most likely to another hammer orchid to pollinate it on accident.

    After that, I imagine the wasp going to get drunk at a bar, feeling rejected. Fuck you, wasp. That's what you deserve for stinging me.

    And yes, the book is fascinating, almost entirely about evolutionary science.

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  • ReverseRacism

    ReverseRacism

    March 11, 2015, 9:32 am

    It's not in any way similar to a doctor recommending colleges (in that case, someone already *knows* they want to be a doctor; in this case, it'd be likened to someone having no idea what a doctor is and the fact that you can make bank being a doctor, and a doctor in a small town telling all the schoolboys about it solely for the emphasis of money rather than a love of helping patients), the logic you're using is fallacious. This is obvious to me and surely others but clearly you're unable to comprehend why the OP said what he did, so no use arguing it any more I suppose.

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  • sentientpineapple

    sentientpineapple

    March 10, 2015, 8:38 am

    >Something I don't understand is how people see a difference between mandating insurance with an insurance company or with a public option.

    The difference is massive. A mandate subsidizes the for-profit insurance industry. This industry is leeching healthcare dollars from actual healthcare, they're a middleman. In stark contrast, the public option is a non-profit program with lower overhead costs. Medicare overhead is around 4 percent, whereas the private industry is between 20-30%. Clearly we need medicare for all.

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  • Immersed

    Immersed

    March 10, 2015, 10:50 am

    >Would you say you still feel like this is something you do or has it become something you are around strangers?

    I don't think I fully understand the question, but I'll answer with the best of my judgement.

    If you create the habit of talking with everyone everywhere, eventually you will transcend any apprehension.

    Starting out, it was always easier for me to engage someone on the fly, naturally, under specific circumstances. For example if your walking up a stairwell with someone behind you, and the rail is very loose or broken, you could look back and comment, "Man they should really fix this rail" You could even make it comical. Judging by the person's response, you'll know how to continue, and with what questions to follow up.

    If the situation doesn't present any specific circumstances to use as a conversation started, I usually say, "How you doin," but this has to also be on the fly, and quick, without thinking. You could follow up by commenting on something the person is wearing, or something that has happened in the news or neighborhood.

    My advice: The best way to minimize your nervousness in such situations is to engage the person as soon as possible and on the fly, without thinking.

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  • stephoswalk

    stephoswalk

    March 11, 2015, 3:38 am

    He didn't hurt me physically that I can remember and there were no bruises or anything the next day. The betrayal of trust was profound for me because I was blind-sided by the experience. He was my friend and I never could have imagined that he would ever rape anyone. There was no flirting or kissing of any kind, just hanging out as friends and then rape. The only thing I could say or do after I woke up to him raping me was call out my husband's name for help, over and over and over, louder each time. My entire body was paralyzed and my brain didn't seem to be functioning right.

    I'll try to answer your last questions as best I can but please forgive me if it doesn't make much sense. I felt like I had done something wrong because I drank and smoked pot. I tried to deny that anything bad had even happened. I couldn't figure out what I did to cause this to happen to me. I didn't want people in my business, questioning me about things I didn't even really know or understand myself yet. There was a lot of guilt because the people I cared about had to deal with me not being okay for a long time. I felt like I must be a horrible person and I don't deserve to be happy because if I had done the "right thing" whatever that is then it wouldn't have happened at all. Many survivors have the same thoughts that I did.

    I am definitely struggling with a lot of issues to this day but I am thankful that it's not as debilitating as it once was. I've been lost in self-pity and loathing many times but now it's easier to recognize that behavior and cope with the pain constructively instead of destructively.

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  • boygirl

    boygirl

    March 10, 2015, 2:33 pm

    1) I understand where they are coming from. I don't believe that they are coming from a stance of cookie-cutter normalcy (for the most part) so much as they are simply trying to look out for their children. I understand that parents try to protect their children from pretty much everything, but my ultimate stance on the subject is that they should wait and ask what the child wants to do.

    2) I believe my doctors put something to the effect of "intersexed" on my birth certificate, but I think you can get one that has your associated gender on it.

    3) That's not a question, but thank you anyway :)

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  • ignathius

    ignathius

    March 10, 2015, 1:50 pm

    i just don't see this catching on.

    with zero quality control restrictions in place, it's kind of like hiring a reviewer for bathtub made wine. what tastes great and gives a great high now, might taste like dogshit and be completely worthless by the time the reader gets around to trying a certain product due to bad growing conditions/new sources.

    once things become a bit more widespread and regulations are put in place (even community placed regulations), the best way to review what a dispensary currently has in stock, is to go get some yourself.

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  • Halgrind

    Halgrind

    March 10, 2015, 4:03 pm

    >Every new US show these days is fun bollocks. We've had the one where it's in real time (24), the one where they're stranded on a weird island (Lost), the one where they break out of prison (Prison Break), the one where the killer kills killers (Dexter) and the one where unfettered capitalism creates and destroys an entire underclass (The Wire).

    These aren't new shows. One's 8 years old, another 7 years. The newest one is 3 years old.

    And what exactly is his criticism here? That they're shows about something?

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  • HeikkiKovalainen

    HeikkiKovalainen

    March 10, 2015, 7:17 pm

    >I thought they introduced it to have more relevance to the modern car market

    I couldn't care less about relevance to the car market

    >get a touch of green on the entire series.

    they use massive amounts of fuel, I couldn't care less about green being in F1

    Obviously they do however, fair enough, I just hate the fact that a fantastic sport like this has to care about this crap.

    A boost button is cheating I'm not putting it lightly, overtaking someone only using your boost button takes away from the skill required of the drivers. The money should be put into aero development. Aero development or engine development, which could also make the cars more green and still keep the skill in the overtaking. Both of these are also highly relevant to the modern car market.

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  • cigarettebutts

    cigarettebutts

    March 10, 2015, 8:22 am

    I watched all of your demos in their entirety. "LOL IT'S CID HI DUDE DID I JUST KILL YOU" wasn't anywhere in there. Here's EXACTLY what was:

    FuRkLe [Untouchables] : my last warning for what action? I think you should inform everyone of what I'm doing.

    Furkle kills Cid around 3 times.

    FuRkLe [Untouchables] : cid

    FuRkLe [Untouchables] : was that you I killed

    FuRkLe [Untouchables] : the message dissappeared

    FuRkLe [Untouchables] : I need to verify for my counter

    Cid(No Audio) [reddit] : !kick furkle stop trolling

    [SM] Kicked FuRkLe [Untouchables] (Reason: stop trolling)

    FuRkLe [Untouchables] connected

    Furkle kills Cid again.

    FuRkLe [Untouchables] : cid, just verifying again

    FuRkLe [Untouchables] : was that oyu?

    (ALL) Cid(No Audio) [reddit]: furkle you realize if you keep this trollinp you'll be permabanned right?

    (ALL) Cid(No Audio) [reddit]: i am following procedure here

    FuRkLe [Untouchables] : I'm trolling?

    Your being waaay to sensitive. All of the regulars on E/C have been playing with each other for a long time now and everyone partakes in some lighthearted ribbing and trash talk. If you listen to what people are saying as this is going on, you'd realize that you were the only one in the server that was in anyway upset or even understood what Furkle was doing to be threatened repeatedly with bans.

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  • emmster

    emmster

    March 10, 2015, 6:17 am

    Despite having been raised as gender neutral as is possible, (my brother and I shared all our toys, GI Joes and the Playskool Kitchen alike), I have a really strong female identity. I definitely think of myself as a woman, at all times.

    Of course, gender is a spectrum, and I do have masculine personality traits. I am a scientist, for one thing, and I can do plumbing and electrical wiring, and fix my own car with complete confidence. It's just, you're going to see me rocking a Rosie the Riveter head scarf and capri pants in the process. And all my tools match. I love Ryobi for making everything in that delightful lime green.

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  • ychromosome

    ychromosome

    March 10, 2015, 3:00 pm

    I don't think it's because of the caste system. While it's true that moderately rich Indians (of any caste!) can afford servants in India, I am quite surprised to hear of the specific instance of your students' demands. Any Indian - rich or poor, high caste or low caste, young or old - knows that coordinators, clerks, just anybody who works in an office, should be treated with respect (and bribed!) or else they can cause major delays and inconveniences in the task you want done. Indians are the last people who would have high expectations or sense of entitlement from coordinators, etc.

    I think something's off in these encounters you are having. Either it is a language issue or some of your Indian students, for some reason, have a totally different expectation from your job function than you do. If it's the latter, expectations can be easily adjusted - in fact, you seem to be handling it alright.

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  • sylvan

    sylvan

    March 10, 2015, 6:14 am

    >actually makes the process much more efficient

    Packaging, transporting, storing, and selling at retail cooked pancakes (delicate and low-density items) is far less efficient than selling flour, baking powder, milk, and butter(all relatively high density and less susceptible to damage).

    The evidence is cost per pancake to the end consumer. You also don't need unnecessary preservatives.

    It's understandable why people buy bread in a store: making bread if you don't have a bread machine can be labor intensive. But making pancakes is simple and quick. It's a perfect example of "convenience" foods going way too far.

    >that could be done by a cone and a tube

    Before claiming it could be done, you need to demonstrate a working model. How often would your tube jam? Break or fold the pancakes? Result in odd numbered stack?

    I suspect the people who make their careers in factory automation, and the ones paying for the robot systems who are motivated by efficiency gains, are familiar with the technical challenges they face.

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  • maple_69

    maple_69

    March 11, 2015, 1:22 am

    I used to work in this bistro in a broken down 80s palace of a pub. One side is populated by the clientèle who I'm pretty sure have been there since their heyday in 1983 and variously procure sex for steak sandwiches, walk around like king shit after they won the $10 pool tournament, or just get sloshed and abuse us. The other side is basically a respectable, if a little bit rubbish, restaurant. I think if this part of the pub didn't exist the building would have been mistaken for a high class hobo settlement a long time ago.

    Anyway so the two parts are managed separately, one by some manager and the other, my boss this crazy as fuck Austrian chef. He used to be head chef of some international super hotels and one of those cunts whose travels have seriously perverted him. So naturally I get along with him extremely well, but not so much the dumb sluts in the bar.

    One night I was having a beer with him after service out the back and was heading home about 11. One of the girls gets in her car to go home. He comments on her to me and then laughs maniacally (sp?) at himself as is his habit. She looks sideways at us a couple times looking nervous then fangs it out of the carpark. So I leave after that and pull up behind her at a roundabout. I live only 10 minutes away but the route is all through backstreets and really convoluted. So about 8 minutes in she's freaking the fuck out and starts taking random streets, finally ending up on my street. Obviously freaking out because she took a stupid route and was taking turns erratically.

    She eventually pulled into a house as I slowly rolled past then just continued up the road to my house although she couldn't see what had happened to me. The next shift we were both working I just smiled at her and complimented her necklace.

    This continued for a few months. One day she quit and I never heard or saw anything of her. Sometimes I drive by her house hoping she'll see me and freak out, but I was just going home all that time..

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  • dbissig

    dbissig

    March 11, 2015, 1:22 am

    Thanks for posting.

    I have a weird question: What are the legal ramifications of being a pseudohermaphrodite/hermaphrodite/intersexed? Examples::: Your other posts indicate you identify as a female, but does the government identify you as a female, male, or other (e.g. on your driver's license)? If you live in the US, are you in a state with a "gay marriage" amendment worded so as to define marriage as between "one man and one woman", (possibly) preventing anyone in the twilight between "man" and "woman" from getting married to anyone, regardless of sex/gender? If you were ever convicted of a serious crime, would you go to a men's or women's prison?

    edit: Aside from those specific examples, I'm asking in a general sense whether there's any especially annoying "red tape" that you have to cut through for being intersexed?

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  • Sarsbot

    Sarsbot

    March 11, 2015, 8:43 am

    Interesting. Womens' bodies generally do not just spring back from having children (let alone four) especially with the exhaustion of taking care of said children which leaves you too tired to think about exercising, etc. Not that that's a bit excuse, really, but if you're going to knock someone up, understand that she's not going to look the same.

    I realize that she had affairs but she may have just been searching for someone who would find her attractive since her husband was too embarrassed to be seen with her.

    This has absolutely nothing to do with feminism or female camaraderie because I absolutely believe in gender equality (just in case you were going to call me an evil feminist).

    I get that she knew beforehand about the "deal breaker" so to speak, but I'm sure it was still extremely painful for her to have the man she loves and the father of her children to not want to be seen with her.

    It's easy to sign onto something without realizing the full consequences.

    I'm not saying there's an excuse for what she did, I just don't think this should be a self pitying post as you may have been the cause of her roaming. Not knowing either of you personally, this may not be the case, I just interpret what you've written in terms of how I'd feel in the situation.

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