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Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.

 
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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
So the red Karma you signed was not by you? Who else on this thread would give me red karma?
And considering that you were one of the people defending him a few weeks ago (along with Curiosity Cat, someone with the handle along the lines of Pink Hat Telephone Cat, and a few other members) I shouldn't think this would be much of an insult coming from you. But considering that the crazy ass is only one in a field of a few thousand that haven't gone crazy (all mailmen are crazy too, right?) I'm not so worried.
Also, that was a lame attempt at an insult.
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No.

The red karma was not from me.

You have my word.

Why would I lie about something like this?

hf

Miggy
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Because you are obviously crazy and I don't typically believe the lies of lunatics.
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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
Ummmm. Have you lived in Oklahoma long? That happens all the time this time of year.
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Where are you from, AC?

This isn't at all common here.

Sorry to disagree with you.

Miggy

PS. And not only that it's coming back again. Huge crash/splash of lightening/thunder just now.
 Quoting: Miggy


Hey Mig

get ready

something wonderful is going to happen soon
 Quoting: Ice


Oh no, not again....ICE.

Seems like every couple months you have a break down and start dooming. Hope it's not another message from Harold, lol!

Relax, enjoy life....whatever happens, happens. Nothing we can do about. Here's my plan, a six pack & a lawn chair. Sit back have a beer and enjoy the show!

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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
Because you are obviously crazy and I don't typically believe the lies of lunatics.
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Oh. OK, then.

I can't argue with that.
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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
Ummmm. Have you lived in Oklahoma long? That happens all the time this time of year.
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Where are you from, AC?

This isn't at all common here.

Sorry to disagree with you.

Miggy

PS. And not only that it's coming back again. Huge crash/splash of lightening/thunder just now.
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Hey Mig

get ready

something wonderful is going to happen soon
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Something wonderful DID happen. The heatwave broke, the temperatures for the last week and predicted through next week are going to be very pleasant, and we're getting at least a taste of some much needed rain.

Unfortunately, that process has completely freaked some people out....


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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
Guess I'll step out and check my car for hail damage.

I'm sure to be pleasantly surprised since what I believe I witnessed obviously didn't even occur.
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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
someones been listening to the liars Gary England!!

Thats the ole Oklahoma saying "crazy weather just wait a minute it'll change" DURRRR
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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
someones been listening to the liars Gary England!!

Thats the ole Oklahoma saying "crazy weather just wait a minute it'll change" DURRRR
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That's been the famous line since back in the 1920's with Will Rogers.

"If you don't like the weather in Oklahoma, wait a minute and it'll change."
~Will Rogers


Several years ago, I drove to work in Tulsa one morning (about a 60 mile commute) in a Tornado Warning with torrential rains, wind, lightning, hail... the whole nine yards. That evening, I drove home in basically a blizzard and by the time I got back home there was nearly 10" of snow on the ground.

There's no such thing as weird or freaky weather here. It just is what it is. Weather.


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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
Miggy, I am in Florida, but I have to tell you, I saw the strangest thunderstorm of my life, too, yesterday! I watched the stormclouds roll in, and thought to myself, "This one is going to bad." So, OK, I figured it would be some kind of weird weather, strong storm, etc. BUT, I never expected what I experienced.

As it happened, I needed to be driving through where the worst of the storm was hitting. Off to my right, I noticed a lightning strike in a field,(the whole bit, lightning and thunder simultaneously, so it was close) BUT the strike was not like anything I have EVER seen! As it struck, there were sparks flying up - "OK," I thought, "this is very wild, and I've never been this close to a lightning strike before, b/c I've never seen anything like this!" I figured the "sparks" were b/c the lightning had hit something and sparked a fire. So far, normal, right? Only it didn't end there! As the lightning bolt was dissipating, it kind of disappeared in "segments," like pixels. VERY weird!

Glad I'm not the only one to notice the weather is NOT normal these days!
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Those storms hitting overnight in my area(dallas)was crazy with lightning strikes,the lightning flash would come and no lull with the noise at all...they were at the same time.
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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
Polar vortex shooting its cold air down the pike 6 weeks early is not normal!
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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
Those storms hitting overnight in my area(dallas)was crazy with lightning strikes,the lightning flash would come and no lull with the noise at all...they were at the same time.
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AC,

I am sitting here with my windows wide-open and watching the lightning/thunder as I type this.

The sky over me is cloudy this morning and the lightening has begun again.

I haven't had time to really observe it.

But the lightening last night was bright, white, instant flash.

The thunder came seconds afterwards and it sounded strained.

OK.

Think of an elderly person getting out of a chair.

The movement is not fluid but kind of choppy.

The thunder which followed the lightening was like this.

It was like it was TRYING to sound a large crackle but just couldn't "spit it out".

You know what I mean?

I mean, it eventually WOULD but the whole process was agitated and not natural.

I obviously have never had to describe this event.

HAHA.



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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
Polar vortex shooting its cold air down the pike 6 weeks early is not normal!
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AC, can you give me more information about this? I've never heard of polar vortex which is strange in itself.

Shouldn't a certified weatherman know such things?

tounge

Yeah. Yeah. I'm pushing it. I'd better back off.

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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
You just had a 3.0 EQ about an hour ago.


Weird development, I'd say. Watch your step!
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Yea and the 3.0 EQ was 750 feet from a fracking well. Imagine that. Go check it on Google maps.
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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
You just had a 3.0 EQ about an hour ago.


Weird development, I'd say. Watch your step!
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Yea and the 3.0 EQ was 750 feet from a fracking well. Imagine that. Go check it on Google maps.
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wtf

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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
Well brace yourself because you're about to be pounded again by storms. You do realize, i'm in Tulsa, that we are smashed between two Surface Lows at the moment causing a very unsettled weather pattern.
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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
Polar vortex shooting its cold air down the pike 6 weeks early is not normal!
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AC, can you give me more information about this? I've never heard of polar vortex which is strange in itself.

Shouldn't a certified weatherman know such things?

tounge

Yeah. Yeah. I'm pushing it. I'd better back off.

Miggy
 Quoting: Miggy


[link to www.storm2k.org]

great forum for all types of weather miggy,this is where i go all year long and am learning much about weather patterns
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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.

Please provide a link for the Weather Channel telling Northern Oklahoma to expect blinding white light flashes and sharp, pointy hail.

Perhaps the Weather Channel predicted the 3.0 EQ that occurred moments before this happened, as well.



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it did say cloudy with a chance of earthquakes......
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Boudicca is a fucking dumb ass
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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
One thing I will give you, OP, is that a West-to-East weather pattern does not seem, maybe not normal but rather, average. Typically, I think, the current is supposed to move East-to-West.
But whatever brings rain to Middle America should be a good thing, at least for whatever farmers can salvage. My husband said he has never seen Kansas so dry, but he is only 30 years old.
In regards to my comments about Okies, my Grandmother was from Enid, Oklahoma and some of husband's family comes from the state, as well. I will say that the Okies I met over the past few days were very polite and the people who fixed our car in Norman, Oklahoma were wonderful.
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One thing I will give you, OP, is that a West-to-East weather pattern does not seem, maybe not normal but rather, average. Typically, I think, the current is supposed to move East-to-West.
But whatever brings rain to Middle America should be a good thing, at least for whatever farmers can salvage. My husband said he has never seen Kansas so dry, but he is only 30 years old.
In regards to my comments about Okies, my Grandmother was from Enid, Oklahoma and some of husband's family comes from the state, as well. I will say that the Okies I met over the past few days were very polite and the people who fixed our car in Norman, Oklahoma were wonderful.
 Quoting: Boudicca



Typical is West-to-East following the jet stream. The atypical is East-to-West for here. Typically a front or system will be pushed along by the jet stream and prevailing winds.

With the jet stream pushed way up right now by the very large Hi pressure center that's kept this part of the country cooking for the better part of the Spring and Summer, whatever storms have popcorned up have been more of the wandering variety however. They haven't had anything to "drive" them per se.

That same Hi though, now that it's moved farther out west, is what's drawing the cooler air down into this part of the country. For now at least, it's giving us a break and the chance for rains, and storms. IF, or when, it slides or is pushed back east again, then we'll go back to being summertime again. So we should enjoy this while it lasts, because in all likelyhood, it won't. (Doesn't mean we can't hope though).


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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
One thing I will give you, OP, is that a West-to-East weather pattern does not seem, maybe not normal but rather, average. Typically, I think, the current is supposed to move East-to-West.
But whatever brings rain to Middle America should be a good thing, at least for whatever farmers can salvage. My husband said he has never seen Kansas so dry, but he is only 30 years old.
In regards to my comments about Okies, my Grandmother was from Enid, Oklahoma and some of husband's family comes from the state, as well. I will say that the Okies I met over the past few days were very polite and the people who fixed our car in Norman, Oklahoma were wonderful.
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Very rare to have weather in the US to move EAst to West due to the Westerlies!
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One thing I will give you, OP, is that a West-to-East weather pattern does not seem, maybe not normal but rather, average. Typically, I think, the current is supposed to move East-to-West.
But whatever brings rain to Middle America should be a good thing, at least for whatever farmers can salvage. My husband said he has never seen Kansas so dry, but he is only 30 years old.
In regards to my comments about Okies, my Grandmother was from Enid, Oklahoma and some of husband's family comes from the state, as well. I will say that the Okies I met over the past few days were very polite and the people who fixed our car in Norman, Oklahoma were wonderful.
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Typical is West-to-East following the jet stream. The atypical is East-to-West for here. Typically a front or system will be pushed along by the jet stream and prevailing winds.

With the jet stream pushed way up right now by the very large Hi pressure center that's kept this part of the country cooking for the better part of the Spring and Summer, whatever storms have popcorned up have been more of the wandering variety however. They haven't had anything to "drive" them per se.

That same Hi though, now that it's moved farther out west, is what's drawing the cooler air down into this part of the country. For now at least, it's giving us a break and the chance for rains, and storms. IF, or when, it slides or is pushed back east again, then we'll go back to being summertime again. So we should enjoy this while it lasts, because in all likelyhood, it won't. (Doesn't mean we can't hope though).


cool2
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I live in North Texas and Oklahoma City is only 2 1/2 hours from me. It is NOT typical for a West-to-East pattern. It doesn't just change in the middle of the country like that. I agree with the rest of your post, however, in regards to the Upper Level High moving from over us (last year) to the West, following the Jet stream.

edit I was referring to storm systems, not the jet stream. When the gulf pulls in moisture from the south east and it collides with the jet stream, storms typically move East to West. However, this is also late summer and the cooler air moving south from much earlier in the season than is typical, obviously creates the West to East storm patterns. I also pay more attention to Texas weather than oklahoma, so i really have no idea what your weather is like. There is a distinct marker of dead grass and green grass once you cross over the Oklahoma border.
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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
Oklahoma city here and yes it is pretty normal!
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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
Ummmm. Have you lived in Oklahoma long? That happens all the time this time of year.
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You're right. Typically we start seeing the first breaks in the summer heat about now. We had a front come through Thursday that fired off storms, the possibility for scattered ones Friday, and a better chance for today (Saturday).

Nothing really freaky about it, and these popcorn storms when the days get hot and the air's unstable, like right now, are the norm.

cool2
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Guys this can't be a doom thread then. chuckle
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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
One thing I will give you, OP, is that a West-to-East weather pattern does not seem, maybe not normal but rather, average. Typically, I think, the current is supposed to move East-to-West.
But whatever brings rain to Middle America should be a good thing, at least for whatever farmers can salvage. My husband said he has never seen Kansas so dry, but he is only 30 years old.
In regards to my comments about Okies, my Grandmother was from Enid, Oklahoma and some of husband's family comes from the state, as well. I will say that the Okies I met over the past few days were very polite and the people who fixed our car in Norman, Oklahoma were wonderful.
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Typical is West-to-East following the jet stream. The atypical is East-to-West for here. Typically a front or system will be pushed along by the jet stream and prevailing winds.

With the jet stream pushed way up right now by the very large Hi pressure center that's kept this part of the country cooking for the better part of the Spring and Summer, whatever storms have popcorned up have been more of the wandering variety however. They haven't had anything to "drive" them per se.

That same Hi though, now that it's moved farther out west, is what's drawing the cooler air down into this part of the country. For now at least, it's giving us a break and the chance for rains, and storms. IF, or when, it slides or is pushed back east again, then we'll go back to being summertime again. So we should enjoy this while it lasts, because in all likelyhood, it won't. (Doesn't mean we can't hope though).


cool2
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I live in North Texas and Oklahoma City is only 2 1/2 hours from me. It is NOT typical for a West-to-East pattern. It doesn't just change in the middle of the country like that. I agree with the rest of your post, however, in regards to the Upper Level High moving from over us (last year) to the West, following the Jet stream.
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Really? It's NOT typical for West-to-East in the U.S.? Nevermind the flow of the jet stream nor countless decades of "scientifically recorded and observed" meteorlogical data? Not even withstanding simple common sense observations over a lifetime. Really???

Okay, I simply can't even begin to, nor would I wish to, even begin to argue that point.

I will grant you the exception of Lows coming in from the Gulf moving that initially would be moving East-to-West; however, once they turn northward if the hold together long enough the are then driven West-to-East until they dissipate.

**okay, since I posted this, you edited yours, so I think we basically are in agreement after all

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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
One thing I will give you, OP, is that a West-to-East weather pattern does not seem, maybe not normal but rather, average. Typically, I think, the current is supposed to move East-to-West.
But whatever brings rain to Middle America should be a good thing, at least for whatever farmers can salvage. My husband said he has never seen Kansas so dry, but he is only 30 years old.
In regards to my comments about Okies, my Grandmother was from Enid, Oklahoma and some of husband's family comes from the state, as well. I will say that the Okies I met over the past few days were very polite and the people who fixed our car in Norman, Oklahoma were wonderful.
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Typical is West-to-East following the jet stream. The atypical is East-to-West for here. Typically a front or system will be pushed along by the jet stream and prevailing winds.

With the jet stream pushed way up right now by the very large Hi pressure center that's kept this part of the country cooking for the better part of the Spring and Summer, whatever storms have popcorned up have been more of the wandering variety however. They haven't had anything to "drive" them per se.

That same Hi though, now that it's moved farther out west, is what's drawing the cooler air down into this part of the country. For now at least, it's giving us a break and the chance for rains, and storms. IF, or when, it slides or is pushed back east again, then we'll go back to being summertime again. So we should enjoy this while it lasts, because in all likelyhood, it won't. (Doesn't mean we can't hope though).


cool2
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I live in North Texas and Oklahoma City is only 2 1/2 hours from me. It is NOT typical for a West-to-East pattern. It doesn't just change in the middle of the country like that. I agree with the rest of your post, however, in regards to the Upper Level High moving from over us (last year) to the West, following the Jet stream.
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Really? It's NOT typical for West-to-East in the U.S.? Nevermind the flow of the jet stream nor countless decades of "scientifically recorded and observed" meteorlogical data? Not even withstanding simple common sense observations over a lifetime. Really???

Okay, I simply can't even begin to, nor would I wish to, even begin to argue that point.

I will grant you the exception of Lows coming in from the Gulf moving that initially would be moving East-to-West; however, once they turn northward if the hold together long enough the are then driven West-to-East until they dissipate.

cool2
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Dude I edited it. I was distracted when typing it (my son was on my lap and we were going over learning stuff, I had the window minimized and typed without reading over it). I also said that it was not abnormal, just not average. I'm studying radiology/neuroscience, not meteorology.

*EDIT And you edited yours so, hf
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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
Looks like winter will be coming early this year,peeps get your winter game on and prepare,heating oil etc before the prices go any higher.

Usually after a bad drought(2 years running)so far,winter can be a bitch!

Remember last winter that wasnt for most USA?
I think we may be blasted this year all the way down through the south.

look how far the first cold front is going....
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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
Looks like winter will be coming early this year,peeps get your winter game on and prepare,heating oil etc before the prices go any higher.

Usually after a bad drought(2 years running)so far,winter can be a bitch!

Remember last winter that wasnt for most USA?
I think we may be blasted this year all the way down through the south.

look how far the first cold front is going....
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My son was conceived during the last week of December in 2009...crazy ice storm, bottle of honey whiskey, we were married two months prior.
My poor boy has known nothing but extreme heat and extreme cold!
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Re: Oklahoma: Freaky hail and lightening storm out of nowhere.
Looks like winter will be coming early this year,peeps get your winter game on and prepare,heating oil etc before the prices go any higher.

Usually after a bad drought(2 years running)so far,winter can be a bitch!

Remember last winter that wasnt for most USA?
I think we may be blasted this year all the way down through the south.

look how far the first cold front is going....
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I agree that Winter will be early. I wouldn't be surprised at first frost in 3-4 more weeks.

You are right. There WAS no winter last year. I was really hoping there would be none this year either.

I hope you're wrong AC.

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Wowwwy!

Out of the clear night sky...

Lightening bolts, crackly hail, big raindrops.

Just checked the forecast.

This came out of nowhere.

Thunder is kinda weird-sounding, too.
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Mig.

Someone prayed for rain? God provided, Praise be to our Lord for his mercy
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My son was conceived during the last week of December in 2009...crazy ice storm, bottle of honey whiskey, we were married two months prior.
My poor boy has known nothing but extreme heat and extreme cold!
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B, my friend?

THAT is what I call DOOM!

You deserve something special for pulling that off!

Here:

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