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1. Good News
Item 1. Despite the strong efforts of the American Communist Party to
continue using CV-19 as an excuse to further wreck the economy, more intelligent
virus containment efforts based on advice from the CDC and other credible
sources have been rolling back the shutdown. This has created a big spike in
jobs. It's not realistic to expect a return to pre-CV-19 employment levels
anytime soon, but it is nice to see that some recovery is possible.
Item 2. Many businesses have put into place plans to fully ramp up
once a CV-19 vaccine is found. That probably won't happen this year, which means
it won't be in time for the November fake "elections". That's why the American
Communist Party has not made significant efforts to prevent a vaccine from being
developed. Let's hope these psychopaths don't resort to such a program, ever.
Item 3. US firms that formerly propped up the Chinese Communist regime
(with all of its massively polluting ways and a human rights violation rivaling
that of the IRS) have been moving their manufacturing to other countries. That's
the good news. The bad news is these are places like Bangladesh (massive baby
factory that contributes heavily to overpopuation) and Vietnam (like California,
it's a communist country). But the Philippines is also in the mix; if you've
ever called Amazon support late in the afternoon and heard a Spanish sounding
accent it was probably a Filipino and you probably got amazing service. Read the
full story here:
Item 4. Remember the illegal alien whose mother was somewhere other
than Hawaii when he was born, but the libtards are POSITIVE he was born in
Hawaii anyhow? Now with Joe "Dementia" Biden as the next Manchurian candidate on
the American Communist Party ticket, both of these criminals are coming under
increasing scrutiny in other countries. That's the good news. |
Have you noticed the timing of the "Black Lives Matter" (and presumably other
lives don't) hooplah? It comes only weeks after new investigations about these
two criminals began. That could be bad news (they get yet another race-baited
pass for the illegal alien, based on the lie that he is somehow "black") or good
news (the detectives are closing in, and this defensive measure had to be
Item 5. On Monday, 08May, the S&P 500 was back up to its pre-CV-19
levels. Paul Krugman, a communist columnist for a prominent disinformation
source (the New York Times) wrote a piece expressing his puzzlement over this.
He was also no doubt upset about it, as the ACP was counting on economic
devastation to help them put Joe "Dementia" Biden into Donald Trump's job this
fall. The better off the country is, the worse their chances are. Good thing
they have their race riots as a backup plan!
Item 6. While there is no excuse for the rioting and comments
supportive of it, there is the underlying fact that a man was murdered. Some
people have pointed out that George Floyd was high at the the time and his
chronic drug abuse have given him heart and lung damage. While those facts are
true, they are not relevant because we do not have a death penalty for being an
illegal drug user. Even if we did, Mr. Floyd was Constitutionally protected by
due process. He had a right to a trial; nobody had the authority to execute him
in the street. The good news is the "he died because he impaired his own health"
theory has not gained traction. Now if only the "all police are bad" theory
would only get the same rational treatment we'd all be better off.
Item 7. Iowans in the 4th Congressional District (northeastern Iowa)
have long put up with Steve King as their Congressman because they didn't want a
communist (Democrats these days are typically Marxist in their outlook). But in
the previous election (two years ago) a conservative changed his party
affiliation to Democrat and ran against King, and almost beat him. Another
conservative (Mr. Feenstra) ran against King in the Republican primary and did
beat him. So King is out. What really angered people past their limit with Steve
King was when he asked what was wrong with White Supremacy. He honestly didn't
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3. Brainpower tip
Covid-19 has been in the news quite a bit, for reasons that are obvious. Yet in
the response to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) virus, we are seeing America's
own communist party led by Nancy "Nutcase" Pelosi and her legion of libtards do
massive damage to our economy and the very fabric of our society. Libtardism is
another disease with deadly consequences, but the lamestream media are totally
silent about it.
The CDC has not produced any white papers or other public information on this
disease. The whole problem is quite hushed up. However, I have been conducting
my own research into this and will share what I found so that you can protect
yourself from this devastating and disabling disease.
First, it helps to understand the stages of the disease.
- Stage 1. A healthy person is injected with lies, non-sequitors, and
propaganda. This stage is also called the indoctrination stage. Intervention
can stop the disease. A typical cure involves exposure to proverbial
sunshine, in the form of facts and logic. Common infection vectors include
publicly funded indoctrination centers (aka "schools"), newspapers, and
infected social contacts. It is advised to isolate the Stage 1 infected from
all of these sources and provide access to sane people.
- Stage 2. An infected person receives "booster shots" of the disease
through regular spewings of idiocy by other infecteds combined with growing
intolerance for truth, facts, logic, or rationality. Sane people are
routinely ridiculed by other infecteds, putting psychological pressure on
the infected to reject any attempts at intervention. Intervention can still
provide a cure, but it is very difficult at this stage and recovery may be
slow. The victim lacks the will to question absurdities. The victim also
loses, at this stage, any concept of basic economics.
- Stage 3. The infected person ceases to think. The brain begins to
atrophy. The victim's worldview is unhinged from reality.
- Stage 4. The brain has atrophied to the point where the victim is no
longer capable of reasoning. The victim has increased susceptibility to
other mental illnesses, such as Trump Derangement Syndrome. Intervention is
pointless, and only frustrates the sane person. The victim is easily angered
when subjected to facts or logic. The victim becomes zombie-like, seeking to
"bite" healthy people and infect them. Infecting others is now an obsession.
Stage 4 is considered terminal, as the brain has plasticized into a new
configuration that makes the libtardism organic in nature.
Stage 4 libtards do sometimes experience a cure. What has to happen is a
traumatic event may "shock" the libtard brain into processing some tidbit of
reality. An example would be a criminal safety libtard who stand helplessly by
while another human is knifed to death or who is nearly killed him/herself by a
violent criminal, and after some time realizes from this event that "gun
control" only increases violent crime. How does this happen? Even in the fog of
Stage 4 libtardism, there are a few functioning brain cells. A small percentage
of libtards experience a sudden awakening, and the process begins to reverse
itself. But at each stage, the victim needs help from sane people.
So that's how the disease progresses. From this, you can readily see the best
way to protect yourself is to prevent the disease at Stage 1. If it progresses
to Stage 2, you will be unable to stop it by yourself. By Stage 3, only a team
of experts can cure you. If it reaches Stage 4, no humans can help you.
It should also be readily apparent that preventing infection is not
particularly challenging. While it's good to be open-minded and listen to other
people's views, it's not good to let libtards use your open-mindedness as an
infection vulnerability. You can, and should, prevent the lies, non-sequitors,
and propaganda from getting in.
Your first line of defense is to eliminate those infection vectors as much as
you can. If you have kids in public schools or if you attend a "No reality
allowed" university, you can simply use a daily detox session to counter the
attempted brainwashing. Set aside 20 minutes to identify the idiocy in whatever
"political" things you have been told.
- Lies are relatively easy to spot, yet few people make the effort. For
example, Stage 4 libtards incessantly repeat lies about President Trump so
uninfected people who observe some of his less savory behavior often take
those lies as true. One lie is that he's a misogynist. Yet, unlike his gay
predecessor, he is married to a woman instead of to a transvestite male. And
take a moment to count all of the women he has appointed to high posts.
Clearly, he's no misogynist.
- Non-sequitors are classic tools of libtards. They'll state something
true, followed by something false. You're supposed to believe that the
second statement follows from the first. But look for the logical
connection. Does B necessarily follow from A? There is water in the ocean.
True! Therefore, you owe me $5. No logical connection. Here's another. Many
black people are poor. True. Many white people are not poor. True.
Therefore, white people enjoy special privilege. No logical connection. Many
black people are not poor, and many white people are poor so you could use
this non-sequitor the other way around just as easily. Chronic use of the
non-sequitor is a classic symptom of libtardism.
- Propaganda is easy to spot, but again few people make the effort. You
can recognize it because it's one-sided. Here's an example. President Trump
deserves an A grade because of the economic miracle resulting from his
flurry of Obama-reversals in his first year, plus many other significant
actions he took to boost the economy. That isn't his complete record. He's a
human, so he must have made mistakes. What were those? If I wrote a balanced
piece, it would show his excellent record economics and other areas, but it
would also show his various gaffes and some things he got wrong. Maybe I
would conclude he deserves a B+, but because I did not write propaganda a
reader could reach some other conclusion. The reader could fault the grade I
give, but not the information I provided in giving that grade. Or in my
piece, I could conclude Trump deserves a C- because I weight certain factors
more heavily and those happen to be the ones where he's weak. But in either
case my opinion does not show at all in my article except in my conclusion.
Please note that one-sidedness is sometimes inherent in the subject. If it's
a yes/no kind of thing, especially. For example, was Barry Soetoro born in the
USA? His mother wasn't in the USA when he was born, so it's a one-sided issue.
But it's more complicated when there's a value judgment. Was Barry Soeotoro a
good president or a bad one? We can look at the (very) short list of things he
got right. I could compose an article that includes only those, leaving no other
conclusion than he was a good president. Or I could write a biased piece that
lists only the (immensely) long list of things he got wrong. From that article
you could conclude he did nothing right. But if I write a balanced piece, it
will show he was clearly the worst POTUS in our history but despite that he did
some admirable things. For example, even though Joe Biden was (the sole person)
against going after Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan, Soetoro ordered the operation.
Not only that, he listened to the advice of his team and made sure it was
carried out in a manner that reduced to nearly zero any chance of unintended
consequences. Reasonable people will recognize this man's (very few)
accomplishments, but libtards will not recognize Donald Trump's (many)
accomplishments and devote huge resources to making up bad things about him.
While there isn't a drug-type vaccination for libtardism, you can prevent it
by not "drinking the Kool-Aid". Libtardism can bring down not just individuals,
but entire societies. It's a very dangerous disease. To understand how
apocalyptic it can be, just watch any zombie movie. The parallels are so
striking, you have to wonder if the whole zombie movie thing is about libtards.
There is some evidence that is the case:
4. Finance tip
The American Communist Party (let's call it what it is) can massively raise your
tax burden and is always trying to do so. One of the main ways they do this is
through pork barrel spending, which is subsequently funded by inflating the
money supply. The state-run media portray inflation as something that just
happens, and that is a general increase in prices. Economists define this
economic problem as a negative imbalance between growth in GDP and the supply of
money. That is, when the central bank increases the supply of money faster than
the growth of the economy, you have inflation. The bank inflated the money
When the ACP advocates this or that "give away" that is "funded" by
the government, they are lying about who is paying for it. All of us are taxed
by the inflation that is used to pay for it. The ACP relentlessly attacks our
economic prosperity but and our civic freedoms. Most ACP members are officially
Democrats, but the GOP is also home to some of these statist politicians. On the
political spectrum, left vs right is effectively symbolic. If you look at the
vertical axis instead of the horizontal axis, you see the real battle is between
individual liberty at one end and state power at the other.
One of the iconic champions of individual liberty is Ron Paul. You can read
an informative article about him here:
If you understand his thinking, you can understand how better to protect
yourself and our society from the encroaching communism that is choking off our
economic prosperity and our civil liberties.
5. Security tip
Due in no small part to the massive unemployment spike caused by the CV-19
(Chinese Communist Party) virus, package theft has become a major problem.
One person recently let me know his solution was to leave a booby-trapped
box on his porch after the UPS driver left (kind of a "Brown Lives Matter"
courtesy, I suppose). He said it was perfectly legal under the Castle
Defense Doctrine since this was on his property. I told him that it was not,
in fact, legal. You will be held criminally and civilly liable. The Castle
Defense Doctrine has to do with defending your home against deadly force, so
it does not apply to this.
After I pointed this out, I asked, "Why would you want to maim or kill
somebody for stealing a package? Why would you want to?" He said they were
stealing and had it coming to them. Sorry, but that is grossly out of
proportion to the offending act. And it's totally unnecessary.
I don't know about other carriers, but UPS has a free program in which you
can have package delivered to a convenient pickup location. Many grocery
stores participate in the program. You can find the details at
www.ups.com or you can try phoning them at
800-742-5877. Alternatively, you can rent a UPS box at The UPS Store. One
year rentals for businesses are cheap, so if you have a side hustle or a
small business full-time this is almost certainly a great solution if such a
place is near where you shop or normally go anyhow. You can use this address
for all packages, not just ones that UPS delivers.
An additional point on the booby trapping is you could easily hurt an
innocent party. A friend stops by and rings your doorbell. Seeing the
package, she decides to do you the courtesy of bringing it in with her so
she picks it up and....
Many people are expecting a CCP virus vaccination any day now. That would be
nice, but the expectation is unrealistic. There's a long list of viruses for
which there is no vaccine, including the last big one (SARS) and one that
was devastating in the 80s (AIDS). We may get a vaccine, and I hope we do.
But it probably will not be soon. In the meantime, the American Communist
Party (led by such whackos as Nancy Pelosi) will continue their assault on
our liberties, our economy, and our social order. Setting up a system to
protect your packages from theft is only one of the many security upgrades
the typical American needs to put into place.
6. Health tip/Fitness tips
Photo taken a couple of weeks after my 59th birthday.
Note that the information provided here will likely conflict with the "fad
of the moment" and other unsustainable, unproductive ways of looking at
health and fitness.
Article appears below.
During the shutdown, I've been climbing on a wall I built in my backyard:
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The Invincible Immune System, Part 4: Hygiene.
This discussion may make some readers uncomfortable, but it's
important. I have observed hygiene habits of many people over the years, not
to judge but to learn. As a kid, for example, I spit all the time just as my
dad did. But I noticed not everyone spit. Could there be a reason? How
people wash (or don't), when and with what, all come into play.
What you want to do is think about how to contain your own body fluids
(don't get them on other people or their food or the things around you) and
to prevent unwanted substances and microbes from getting onto you. That's
the basic concept behind good hygiene. If you understand the concept, you
don't need a list of rules. But having some can help you implement the
Here are some pointers for personal hygiene:
- Avoid spreading your saliva. People who lick their fingers while
eating are not only rude, but unhygienic. If you have this behavior,
resolve to stop doing it. Same for licking your fingers to turn a page
in a book, etc. Do not spit on the sidewalk or anywhere else in public.
If someone scrapes a serving utensil with their personal utensil at a
picnic or other group meal, quietly replace the contaminated utensil
without saying anything or making a scene.
- Don't chew your fingernails or your cuticles. This is a huge
challenge for many people, so don't feel bad if you have this problem.
Just keep working on it.
- Blow your nose into a tissue, rather than wipe it on your sleeve. Do
you know why military uniforms have buttons on the sleeve? Yep, the
nose-wiping thing. Napoleon Bonaparte was the first with this
- Wash your hands thoroughly. Perhaps you are not among the
statistics, but the typical toilet paper using American has fecal matter
between nails and cuticles (also learn how to use the paper correctly,
if you check and find you are among the statistics). Washing doesn't
mean quickly rinsing. Look at some YouTube videos on how doctors are
supposed to wash and take your cues from that.
It is actually possible to drive a car without picking your nose.
True fact! On those occasions when I rent a car, I ask them in advance
to clean the boogers off the steering wheel, cruise control, radio
knobs, and door handles. You should do the same, because this "nose
picking in the car" behavior is ubiquitous.
- Don't overdo washing or bathing. The point of it is to clean, not
sanitize, yourself. Figure out a washing pattern that works for you, and
use this pattern instead of mindlessly washing.
- Don't use antimicrobials. You need the right fauna in and on your
body. Plain soap (or nontoxic detergent) and water does the job. Avoid
scented soaps and detergents, the fragrances tend to be toxic.
- Change your socks and underpants every day. And I don't mean swap
with a friend…..
- If your socks or underpants seem dicey for some reason and you are
at home, change them rather than wear dirty ones.
- Jeans can be worn a couple of days in a row. Same with shirts.
Provided, of course, you don't perspire in them or in some other way get
- Never wear the same pair of shoes two days in a row.
- If you have running shoes, climbing shoes, or any other shoes you
wear while perspiring, clean them after each wearing. Simply spritz the
insides with vinegar and let them dry. Never leave them in a gym bag
overnight or wear them two days in a row.
- Wash your hands before peeing. This is more important than doing it
after, assuming you are a generally clean person (and you really should
do both). Shaking hands with other people or handling money or in some
other way grossing up your hands and then touching your penis? That's
- Got an anal itch? Don't scratch; that will produce "skidmarks" on
your underpants. Your bottom is dirty, find a restroom and clean
- Does your crotch itch? Something isn't clean. A very common cause of
this is the use of fabric softener. But also, failing to wash your hands
before taking care of business can load your "little fella" with a slew
of strange microbes.
- Have your underpants become threadbare or stained? Toss them out.
They cannot serve their function in this condition. Replace them with
something chic, modern, comfortable, and well-fitting. I personally
prefer the T-Bo brand.
- Wipe from front to back, so you don't move fecal matter to your
- Don't dry your bras in the dryer; that will damage the fabric and
cause chafing. Chafed nipples can lead to infections.
Then there's environmental hygiene, which basically means to keep the
things around you clean. Areas that often remain dirty:
- Toilets. Pour some vinegar in the tank, periodically. Use vinegar as
a bowl cleaner, also (spray bottle works great for the jets).
- Linoleum floors. Kitchen and bathroom ones must be cleaned
frequently. A spray bottle of vinegar and a cloth rag work well, but you
have to get down on your knees.
- Sinks and tubs. Spritz with vinegar, scrub with the Eraser, and
- Shower and bathtub. Your first defense is never use bar soap. It
will always leave a bacteria-breeding scum (kind of like the IRS).
- Garbage disposal. Toss some ice cubes into it, squirt some dish soap
into it, run a thin stream of water, then turn it on. Once the cubes are
gone, turn the water up for a few seconds then shut it all off. Use a
brush to clean the opening area, above and below. Then rinse again.
- Humidifiers and dehumidifiers. These become mold generators if not
cleaned regularly. Yes, that means with vinegar.
- Microwave ovens. Spritz with vinegar, wipe dry. If you boil anything
in one, let the door stand open even if that means the light stays on.
Once the oven interior cools to room temperature, wipe the interior dry
later and wait five minutes before closing.
- Coffee maker, teapot, steamer, anything else that uses water: Clean
with vinegar and dry it out. How often depends on many factors, but
don't wait until it smells bad. Hint: If your coffee doesn't taste
great, you probably have a dirty coffee maker.
- Knives. Clean immediately after use, dry, and put away. Any other
method will prematurely corrode the blade and is likely to prevent a
- Cutting boards. Clean immediately after use and let dry before
- Kitchen and bathroom countertops. Unless they are made of granite,
spritz with vinegar and wipe. If made of granite, use a non-acidic
cleaner. Baking soda, for example.
- Kitchen sponges. Use a spong rack, let them dry between uses,
microwave them, toss them in the dishwasher, replace often.
- Kitchen rags. You should be using these instead of paper towels
(saves you big $$ and reduces paper waste dramatically) wherever
possible. Wash them often, rather than using one until it looks dirty or
- Corners and edges of carpeted areas. Use a wand or other edge tool.
- Home office furniture. Turn your chair upside down, clean as needed.
Clean all surfaces at least twice a month.
- Carpet fibers. Sprinkle baking soda on the carpet, and use the
vacuum head (with power off) to roll it into the carpet material. Wait
30 minutes, then vacuum.
- Behind and under furniture and appliances. Pull these out
periodically. Refrigerators, especially, need to be cleaned; dirty coils
can reduce the life if the unit by 75% while also increasing your energy
- HVAC duct work. In addition to changing your system filter (or
cleaning if it is permanent) long before it looks like it "really needs
it", at least remove return air grills and stick a vacuum cleaner hose
- Laundry hamper(s). You put dirty clothes into these. They are going
to get dirty. If you have a removable liner, wash it. If it's not
removable, use baking soda. If your hamper is plastic, clean with
vinegar and a rag.
- Bedding. Change your linens every week, and wash in hot water. Do
not dry on high heat (pull out after some tumbling on low heat, while
still damp, and let them air dry).
- Never use fabric softener. It breeds and feeds bacteria. If your
fabrics don't feel soft, then cut the amount of detergent you use by 75%
and make sure you don't completely dry things in the clothes dryer. For
the typical person, the 75% detergent reduction results in cleaner
clothes. But if that is not what you find then increase the amount a
little bit and see how that goes.
- Change your mattress pad at least once a month. Wash in hot water.
While you're doing this, turn or flip your mattress and take the time to
vacuum under your bed.
- Books on bookcases. Books degrade over time, as nearly all of them
have tiny worms in the paper (that's where the "old book smell" comes
from). So you will find dust under books that have never been moved.
Move your books and clean the shelves with a damp cloth. Let dry,
replace the books. Before putting the books back, gently flip the pages
while holding a vacuum nozzle close.
- Gun rugs. Storing a firearm in a gun rug makes sense, because you
can quickly grab it in an emergency. But if you do not regularly
practice with this particular weapon and keep it under your bed, it will
get dirty. While not a health issue per se, you do not want a firearm to
malfunction. Keep it clean.
- Car. Never keep trash in your car. When you get out of the car, so
does any used tissue, food wrapper, etc. Keep the carpet looking nice by
vacuuming regularly and by having floor mats in place. People who do
this and related interior maintenance have new-looking interiors even
after twenty years. But most importantly, no bad smells.
- Cat box. If you are owned by cat, you need to clean that litter box
regularly. Use a high-end litter such as the Arm & Hammer product,
carefully remove the clumps, and do whatever you need to do so the cat
isn't disgusted to the point of flinging litter out. It helps immensely
if you do not feed your cat corn. Corn is usually the main ingredient in
cat kibble, and it is the ONLY reason for foul smelling cat litter. It
is also a the main reason for irritating cat dander and for many cat
behavior problems. Read the label. If it says corn, don't buy it. Write
a letter to the manufacturer telling them they need to clean up their
- Doggie yard. If you are owned by a dog, keep that back yard clean.
This means at least once a day, you pick up the pooh. Your dog should
not have to hunt for a clean spot somewhere among the 73 piles of pooh
that you neglected to pick up. Failure to clean up doesn't just
disrespect and annoy your dog, it poses a severe disease hazard for you
and for anyone within a fairly large radius of your yard.
- Water bowls for pets. Don't simply refill when these are low.
Replace with fresh, clean ones. Then clean and dry the ones that were
just in use. Three times per day would be the absolute minimum.
- Food plates or bowls for pets. Imagine if you had company from out
of town for a few days, and you served them food on the same dirty
plates all day long. Don't do this to your cat or dog, who will
invariably lick your face.
- Men: Having your new girlfriend overnight for the first time? The
morning of, change all of your bedding. Flip or rotate the mattress and
vacuum underneath. Clean the bathroom shower, sink, toilet, floor, etc.
Replace all towels and ensure you have a clean wash cloth just for her. If you cannot do
this yourself, hire a maid to come over a day or two before to ensure it
gets done. Have extra toothbrushes and floss on hand; if she forgets
hers, give her some of yours to keep.
- Women: Staying overnight at your guy's house for the first time?
Insist on a change of sheets. If it's been a while since he last did
this and he refuses to do it now, don't spend the night. And don't call
him again. The bedding may be acceptably clean to him or even to you,
but that's not the point.
The Invincible Immune System, Part 5: Avoidance. This was my second
discovery. I had grown up with relatives who drank out of each other's
glasses or put their fork into the common serving dish. These and other
behaviors needlessly introduce pathogens.
The Invincible Immune System, Part 6: Environment. Do you use bleach or
Lysol in your home? These and most cleaning products reduce immunity. How
clean are your sheets? How clean is the air you breath indoors?
The Invincible Immune System, Part 7: Nutrients and supplements. Which
foods hugely boost immunity and should be focused on during an epidemic?
Which vitamins, minerals, and supplements actually work toward strengthening
your immune system (hint: Vitamin C is not even close to being the whole
The Invincible Immune System, Part 8: Rest, emotional maturity, and
mental attitude. Sleep deprivation dramatically lowers immunity, but it is a
normal condition for most people. Being emotionally mature is something that
does not happen on its own, and for most people it never happens--I'll
provide some tips to fix this. The right mental attitude is key, and I'll
explain what it is and how to make it the attitude you have.
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than the typical American diet.
Have you ever donated $25 to a charity and not received
a thank you letter? Neither have I. Jeff Bezos donated $690,000 to an Australian
charity and the response was to criticize him for "being cheap." You cannot make
this stuff up!
8. Thought for the Day
Libtards always want to argue until the intelligent person
(their target) gives up and agrees with their alternate universe opinion. You
can short-circuit this with a polite, but brief, explanation such as, "If I
agreed with you, we'd both be wrong."
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