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You see, perhaps the ending to this human story may be much better than most are expecting?

With a little help from our friends?

Peace,
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Well, I will agree with you the Anunnaki are involved in this, and that we can both use this wave to our advantage. But they do not need us to do it, it would be nice and preferred if we did, but with closed minds like on this forum, I have little faith there will be assistance, unless humanity picks up its game. It is not going to be forced on us.
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I am just pondering here, what if this ribbon outside the system is being pushed by Nibiru, the magnetics is pushing it towards earth.

Think of magnets, and how you can push another one, this energy might be even more sensitive to the field than the Earth itself, and is already moving around or being pushed around like sand in a tide pool.

So this ascension energy is basically that energy pushed over the earth is subtle amounts, and is increasing because more and more dense portions is flowing over planet.

And this would be an ascension cycle, which means we might have gone through it before.
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They are just trying to piss OP off to where he will quit posting. That right there tells me he just may be who he says he is.
Please continue OP many of us want to know what we are getting ready for.
Thanks OP.
hf
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You got it poster. You know, I have had shills on my video here for two days trying to piss me off, with anonymous accounts.

I said something in this video they do not like. It is not just the subject matter, there is something I said in here that is true.

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If your aunt had moustache..she would be your uncle.......just because you have a laptop/pc and internet connection, dont type away anything that comes to mind !!!! total crap....absolute BS
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I mentioned almost the same words to a friend a few weeks ago. What if it/chemtrails are to protect us, from an 'outside' force? The old 'shite' where you eat saying, holds true quite often.
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PROTECT is subjective. It might be that they are PROTECTING themselves from what we become. Powerful.

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This thread is TRASH.

It was a confirmed hoax weeks ago!

Whoever keeps pinning this has a serious lack of respect for this site!!

Everyone request unpin!
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THIS
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I work for NASA I am getting laid of at the end of this month. I have wasted years of specific education and dedicated my life to them to get a kick in the ass.

I don't care what happens to me, let them come knocking.

Heres the doom you want,

Why doesn't congress care about saving the economy?

Why did NASA cancel the space program?

Why did someone hedge 1 billion dollars last Thursday that the USA defaults?

Why is the US military setting up everywhere?

Why have there been seven rockets carrying satellites launched in the last week?

Because they all know something the general public doesn't.

Ready.............................

The sun is out of control and affecting everything around it. There is an unseen "ribbon" of energy that is well documented by my own colleagues that is getting closer and will eventually pass right by/through our system. There is nothing anyone can do but sit and wait. Those with money are scrambling to invest in anything they believe will save their ass, like a poor soul with untreatable cancer. However those that have done the research know nothing can save us from what is approaching.

If you do some research this has been talked about in numerous scientific papers.

My advice? Hug your wife and kids and tell them you love them. Make everyday count. Fuck the money and the credit, live life like you only have months to live, because you do.

I post through a proxie so I can only log in secure. I will answer what I can not because I have to keep some stuff secret but because I only have certain clearance and am not privy to all info.

I'm not shitting you bottom line sun is fucked and energy ribbon is headed our way.
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I BELIEVE YOU!!
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Yeah, it's me...Trinity.

Yeah, he's legit. Believe everything that he posts.

Yes it's true. We are all going to die...sometime.
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I see a run on the Wiley Brooks diet very soon.
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They are just trying to piss OP off to where he will quit posting. That right there tells me he just may be who he says he is.
Please continue OP many of us want to know what we are getting ready for.
Thanks OP.
hf
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You got it poster. You know, I have had shills on my video here for two days trying to piss me off, with anonymous accounts.

I said something in this video they do not like. It is not just the subject matter, there is something I said in here that is true.


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Here's what's in store for you my friend.

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IBEX spots high-energy ribbon on solar system's edge

[link to www.spacetoday.net]

[link to www.msnbc.msn.com]

High-energy ribbon on sky map don’t resemble current theories of region

"We're just now getting a handle on the interaction of the surrounding interstellar medium with the heliosphere, and that's providing us with the big picture," said mission co-investigator Eberhard Möbius of the University of New Hampshire.

The mission scientists said they were surprised to discover the striking band in IBEX's sky maps, because no models had predicted such a pattern beforehand.

[link to physicsworld.com]

IBEX spies a ribbon at the edge of the solar system

A "bright narrow ribbon snaking its way through the sky" is just one of the puzzling features of the first all-sky maps of the edge of the solar system made by NASA’s Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) – according to one of the scientists working on the project.


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These are a couple of articles about a ribbon in space.
IBEX is mentioned, as well as magnetic field interaction?

I remain on the fence about this?
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Please describe the "sun ribbon".

What is its composition, cause, and danger?

Thanks in advance.
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I think he's referring to this:
[link to www.universetoday.com]
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Gracias amigo.
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Please describe the "sun ribbon".

What is its composition, cause, and danger?

Thanks in advance.
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I think he's referring to this:
[link to www.universetoday.com]
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Gracias amigo.
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That IBEX is way cool.

Here's a good read.
[link to science.nasa.gov]

IBEX NASA Page
nasa.gov/mission_pages/ibex/index.html
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I'm not shitting you bottom line sun is fucked and energy ribbon is headed our way.
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Friend. Before I read this thread, I will say that I have it on good authority, that this is by design, the Sun and Earth agree on it. And when the Sun is finished it will be more ORANGE frequency, whatever that means. Does it mean it is cooler.

There is a solution. Light body development, or spiritual development, in that this will help you insulate against it. Simply watch the PETER STERLING interview on Project Camelot, and what you say must be this wave.


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Well now its a little scary. I just noticed sunset the other night was orange and a photo someone took of the sun the other day was orange too. It had been pinkish till now.
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I am just pondering here, what if this ribbon outside the system is being pushed by Nibiru, the magnetics is pushing it towards earth.

Think of magnets, and how you can push another one, this energy might be even more sensitive to the field than the Earth itself, and is already moving around or being pushed around like sand in a tide pool.

So this ascension energy is basically that energy pushed over the earth is subtle amounts, and is increasing because more and more dense portions is flowing over planet.

And this would be an ascension cycle, which means we might have gone through it before.
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Interesting thought...I have been asking about the same possibilities.

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Its picking up now, exponentially.
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I have a couple of questions. I am not interested in the NASA part, however, this ribbon, I found some information about it. Voyager 1 has already passed through it. Not only was the ribbon not detectable by either Voyager 1 or Voyager 2. Voyager 1 passed through it and the probe is still transmitting. So there is apparently no effect on circuits and operating systems that are 30+ years old, so what effect is it supposed to have on us? The link suggests that it is shaped by a magnetic wave of some type. So what is the ribbon’s composition that makes it so dangerous?
As far as the sun goes, if another mass ejection does not happen within the next 24-48 hours, then all we will get is a glancing blow because the gun barrel will be pointed away from us. None of the ejections we have at this time witness seem out of ordinary.
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The critical point many are missing here is that energy triggers or transmutes. That is to say magnetic energy generates, into electrical energy which is dangerous
say anything you want to. I have seen it all
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OP talks about a energy ribbon coming to kill us all, now its the sun thats going to assplode and kill us all.

If a solar storm does threaten our power grids it wont be really that big a deal.
Firstly, we have lived without electricity for much of our existence (Humans).
Secondly, an EMP shouldn't knock out generators. Its a mostly mechanical process.

Let me explain how it all works.
Firstly we burn a fossil fuel to boil water to in turn create steam. This steam, and its high pressure pushes a blade around which turns the shaft. This shaft then moves permanent magnets inside electromagnets. This causes induction which generates the electricity. If an EMP were to effect the electromagnets in anyway it would generate an emp itself but it wont fry anything because there is no circuitry to fry.
Problems will occur with regulators among other things. Now if you had a generator in your house you could simply unhook the regulator or make your own.
As I've said before, nuclear power plants nowadays are built to withstand a meltdown. If a plant does meltdown it will contain itself. The problem that happened in Japan with the power going off is they thought they could stop it, doing so made it worse. Also I'd imagine that most have redundant systems in places for such situations.
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IT WILL BE A HUGE DEAL IF WE HAVE NO ELECTRICITY. READ THE GERMAN GOVERNMENT'S REPORT AND VISUALIZE A LIFE WITHOUT TRANSPORTATION. FAMINE AWAITS US.

[link to www.spiegel.de]
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It would be a big deal, but not doomsday huge. Use common sense. Agriculture existed for centuries before electriciy, unless we are effected by crops dieing with other things, we wont famine. I'd imagine the 'less mentally able' will die out first. I don't mean people with disabilities, I mean people who survive on processed food, don't know what a chicken looks like, never cooked a meal they can't microwave. People who don't nkow how to make basic foods such as bread and dairy. OR know how long to cook a peice of meat. I mean thats a bit of a rant but you'd be surprised how many people don't know how to boil an egg (literally).
Transportation wouldn't also be as big an issue as you think. Firstly we still have legs, we will still be able to walk around our 'area'. People can walk for hours or days if they need to get somewhere. Coal trains will be uneffected, their power is purley mechanical.
The only problems I see is with critical life-care. I'm not sure what and how much of that is EM Shielded (some equipment is)
People will get back to basics, and we will survive. I'd say we're not stupid, but there are some that are, and probably wont survive.
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Gay...op uses big words and posts emotional bs.
any troll with iq>20 can do that.
no evidence at all.
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It would be a big deal, but not doomsday huge. Use common sense. Agriculture existed for centuries before electriciy, unless we are effected by crops dieing with other things, we wont famine. I'd imagine the 'less mentally able' will die out first. I don't mean people with disabilities, I mean people who survive on processed food, don't know what a chicken looks like, never cooked a meal they can't microwave. People who don't nkow how to make basic foods such as bread and dairy. OR know how long to cook a peice of meat. I mean thats a bit of a rant but you'd be surprised how many people don't know how to boil an egg (literally).
Transportation wouldn't also be as big an issue as you think. Firstly we still have legs, we will still be able to walk around our 'area'. People can walk for hours or days if they need to get somewhere. Coal trains will be uneffected, their power is purley mechanical.
The only problems I see is with critical life-care. I'm not sure what and how much of that is EM Shielded (some equipment is)
People will get back to basics, and we will survive. I'd say we're not stupid, but there are some that are, and probably wont survive.
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The problem is your "disabled" people outnumber the non disabled by quite a bit. It's not going to be about surviving no electricity, it's about surviving our fellow man.
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It would be a big deal, but not doomsday huge. Use common sense. Agriculture existed for centuries before electriciy, unless we are effected by crops dieing with other things, we wont famine. I'd imagine the 'less mentally able' will die out first. I don't mean people with disabilities, I mean people who survive on processed food, don't know what a chicken looks like, never cooked a meal they can't microwave. People who don't nkow how to make basic foods such as bread and dairy. OR know how long to cook a peice of meat. I mean thats a bit of a rant but you'd be surprised how many people don't know how to boil an egg (literally).
Transportation wouldn't also be as big an issue as you think. Firstly we still have legs, we will still be able to walk around our 'area'. People can walk for hours or days if they need to get somewhere. Coal trains will be uneffected, their power is purley mechanical.
The only problems I see is with critical life-care. I'm not sure what and how much of that is EM Shielded (some equipment is)
People will get back to basics, and we will survive. I'd say we're not stupid, but there are some that are, and probably wont survive.
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The problem is your "disabled" people outnumber the non disabled by quite a bit. It's not going to be about surviving no electricity, it's about surviving our fellow man.
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Its onna sound harsh, but I'm gonna say it. So what.
Eugenics gets alot of bad rep due to Hitler, but a cleaner genepool would do society a world a good. The thing is knwing where to cut the line.
We need workers and 'grunts'. IT has a domino effect as well, like all the people who have dedicated their life to selling crap via adverts to small minded fellow, when society reemerges, what then can they do?
Then you look at people with other talents other than commen sense, would it be worth the risk.


Humanity would survive.
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It would be a big deal, but not doomsday huge. Use common sense. Agriculture existed for centuries before electriciy, unless we are effected by crops dieing with other things, we wont famine. I'd imagine the 'less mentally able' will die out first. I don't mean people with disabilities, I mean people who survive on processed food, don't know what a chicken looks like, never cooked a meal they can't microwave. People who don't nkow how to make basic foods such as bread and dairy. OR know how long to cook a peice of meat. I mean thats a bit of a rant but you'd be surprised how many people don't know how to boil an egg (literally).
Transportation wouldn't also be as big an issue as you think. Firstly we still have legs, we will still be able to walk around our 'area'. People can walk for hours or days if they need to get somewhere. Coal trains will be uneffected, their power is purley mechanical.
The only problems I see is with critical life-care. I'm not sure what and how much of that is EM Shielded (some equipment is)
People will get back to basics, and we will survive. I'd say we're not stupid, but there are some that are, and probably wont survive.
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The problem is your "disabled" people outnumber the non disabled by quite a bit. It's not going to be about surviving no electricity, it's about surviving our fellow man.
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Its onna sound harsh, but I'm gonna say it. So what.
Eugenics gets alot of bad rep due to Hitler, but a cleaner genepool would do society a world a good. The thing is knwing where to cut the line.
We need workers and 'grunts'. IT has a domino effect as well, like all the people who have dedicated their life to selling crap via adverts to small minded fellow, when society reemerges, what then can they do?
Then you look at people with other talents other than commen sense, would it be worth the risk.


Humanity would survive.
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yup!
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Its onna sound harsh, but I'm gonna say it. So what.
Eugenics gets alot of bad rep due to Hitler, but a cleaner genepool would do society a world a good. The thing is knwing where to cut the line.
We need workers and 'grunts'. IT has a domino effect as well, like all the people who have dedicated their life to selling crap via adverts to small minded fellow, when society reemerges, what then can they do?
Then you look at people with other talents other than commen sense, would it be worth the risk.


Humanity would survive.
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and you're the one making the decision? or some committee?

*spit*
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Its onna sound harsh, but I'm gonna say it. So what.
Eugenics gets alot of bad rep due to Hitler, but a cleaner genepool would do society a world a good. The thing is knwing where to cut the line.
We need workers and 'grunts'. IT has a domino effect as well, like all the people who have dedicated their life to selling crap via adverts to small minded fellow, when society reemerges, what then can they do?
Then you look at people with other talents other than commen sense, would it be worth the risk.


Humanity would survive.
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and you're the one making the decision? or some committee?

*spit*
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What decision, are you actually reading this thread or just the last post. My point there was that if these people who are unable to survive a solar flare caused blackout, it wouldn't be that big a deal. You decide if you live or die, if you can cooperate with your fellow man, have the common sense to be able to live without electricity.
Survival of the fittest is probably the most acceptable way of putting it.
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I believe Darwinism is more appropriate than Eugenics, the first being natural selection, survival of the fittest. The second man made, discriminatory genocide.
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More intersting evidence reported today:

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Just my feeling, but the OP is not legit. Any of us could do a bit of research and come up with this. Am I saying what OP is saying is a lie, nope, it's already been pretty much proven true by scientists. This applies to Boeing guy as well. I'm also not saying they don't work for said agencies or company, I'm just saying they don't have some special information or timeline.

We know there are energy ribbons that our solar system passes through every so many thousands of years. We know that when it does there are significant changes to our planets and the sun.

We have also been told over and over and over that the sun goes through activity periods, and it's in a maximum now.

What the OP and anyone official doesn't know is what will happen and when. If scientists and officials knew a timeline we would know. These are humans were talking about, humans with family, friends and feelings. This would leak out immediately.

Doesn't hurt to be prepared for no electricity, but no one knows when this will happen. We're certainly due for a big flare, as the last recorded one was in 1859, at least the one that could wipe out our grid.
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Just my feeling, but the OP is not legit. Any of us could do a bit of research and come up with this. Am I saying what OP is saying is a lie, nope, it's already been pretty much proven true by scientists. This applies to Boeing guy as well. I'm also not saying they don't work for said agencies or company, I'm just saying they don't have some special information or timeline.

We know there are energy ribbons that our solar system passes through every so many thousands of years. We know that when it does there are significant changes to our planets and the sun.

We have also been told over and over and over that the sun goes through activity periods, and it's in a maximum now.

What the OP and anyone official doesn't know is what will happen and when. If scientists and officials knew a timeline we would know. These are humans were talking about, humans with family, friends and feelings. This would leak out immediately.

Doesn't hurt to be prepared for no electricity, but no one knows when this will happen. We're certainly due for a big flare, as the last recorded one was in 1859, at least the one that could wipe out our grid.
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Hey Pal, OP never said he came up with anything... perhaps you should read his research before inserting das boot... much of the research comes from NASA and other verifiable sources. He went to work connecting the dots. It's all laid out nice and neat at his website. no disrespect intended
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What research? He said in the FIRST post that he has had access to info that NASA doesn't want public to know and then spewed a shitload of well-known facts and emotional BS and ended with "ZOMG DOOM".
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August 21, 2011 – DOUBLE CORONAL HOLE: A double-barreled hole has opened up in the sun’s atmosphere and it is spewing a split-stream of solar wind toward Earth. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory captured this composite UV image of the double coronal hole on August 20th. Sky watchers should be alert for auroras when the solar wind arrives on August 22-24. NOAA forecasters estimate a 35% to 50% chance of high-latitude geomagnetic activity. –Space Weather
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[link to grb.sonoma.edu]
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???

Forbidden

You don't have permission to access /index.php on this server.
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not sure why you are recieving that I checked the link and it is up and running. It is a link that tracks and identifies Gamma Ray Bursts around the world.

here is a clip of the text:

This was a very unusual and potentially very exciting burst.

It was extremely faint, so faint that it did not trigger Swift. It was discovered by adding up all the gamma rays over time in what scientists call ''imaging mode''. The duration of the burst was an incredible 900 seconds (+/- 100 seconds uncertainty due to its faintness).

The longest GRBs last for 100 - 120 seconds, so this strongly implies (but does *not* mean) that this is an incredibly distant burst. Because the Universe is expanding, more distant objects are moving away from Earth faster. This burst may be so far away that Einstein's relativity comes into play in a major way, slowing the burst's ''clock'' relative to ours, stretching out the length of the burst in time. Given the duration of the burst, it may be at a redshift of z = 7 or 8, corresponding to a distance of over 13 billion light years. If so, this smashes any previous GRB distance record, making this far and away the most distant burst ever detected.

Unfortunately, the delay in its discovery together with its faintness will make follow-up difficult or impossible (though it was detected nearly a day later using Swift's X-Ray Telescope, which saw a faint, fading source). Spectra of the possible host galaxy of this burst, made using the giant Gemini 8-meter telescope, indicate a possible redshift of z=1.1, for a distance of 8.1 billion light years. This is still tentative, unfortunately.

Even if this GRB turns out not to be at a large distance, it is still very odd and interesting.


What I am trying to do is give everyone enough info to draw their own conclusions as to whether they choose to believe me or not. As always I will ignore the flamers and insults but am happy to converse and discuss the topic at hand.
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[link to grb.sonoma.edu]
Fuck off you bastard, that shit's from 2006.

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