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It was a fun first day back, no rust whatsoever.

I got to:

* Organize our trailer
* Move the trailer three times, involving lots of backing up (I can even parallel park a truck with trailer)
* Dig not one, but two post holes three feet deep
* Install a a cattle gate
* Start a bonfire
* Pick out and load fifteen boulders for another crew
* Unload a delivery because the delivery driver couldn't do it (I also didn't give him s&~~ about it, we're all newbs once)
* Fixed a end gate of our truck.

Also, I got a raise, like two weeks ago.


Just a Mort wrote:
Woran wrote:
Kjeldorn wrote:


Woran wrote:
Kjeldorn wrote:

Woran wrote:

Used tie rips to tie my collegue to his chair.

Because he said I wouldnt do it.

Huh...

So...

*Digs through his stuff for 'bondage 101', some rope, a gag-ball and some lube*

"You clearly wouldn't dare…"

Sit down. I promise this wont hurt.

*Translated from gag-speak*

"Can I do you (bondage-wise) afterwards Mistress Woran?..."

*Gives Woran big wet puppy-eyes*

Hush. Its impolite to speak with your mouth full. Looks like I have to teach you some manners.
*Does not know to laugh or to cry*

I enjoy having a front row seat to the corruption of mort.


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Tekko Videos, but not by me.
Day 1
Day 2
Day 2 - Sleeping Samurai


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captain yesterday wrote:

It was a fun first day back, no rust whatsoever.

I got to:

* Organize our trailer
* Move the trailer three times, involving lots of backing up (I can even parallel park a truck with trailer)
* Dig not one, but two post holes three feet deep
* Install a a cattle gate
* Start a bonfire
* Pick out and load fifteen boulders for another crew
* Unload a delivery because the delivery driver couldn't do it (I also didn't give him s@+~ about it, we're all newbs once)
* Fixed a end gate of our truck.

Also, I got a raise, like two weeks ago.

That's a long time to have a raise. You should go to the doctor.

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Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

It was a fun first day back, no rust whatsoever.

I got to:

* Organize our trailer
* Move the trailer three times, involving lots of backing up (I can even parallel park a truck with trailer)
* Dig not one, but two post holes three feet deep
* Install a a cattle gate
* Start a bonfire
* Pick out and load fifteen boulders for another crew
* Unload a delivery because the delivery driver couldn't do it (I also didn't give him s@+~ about it, we're all newbs once)
* Fixed a end gate of our truck.

Also, I got a raise, like two weeks ago.

Mort. A long time to have a raise. You should go to the doctor.

Uh? Don't get you?


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Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

It was a fun first day back, no rust whatsoever.

I got to:

* Organize our trailer
* Move the trailer three times, involving lots of backing up (I can even parallel park a truck with trailer)
* Dig not one, but two post holes three feet deep
* Install a a cattle gate
* Start a bonfire
* Pick out and load fifteen boulders for another crew
* Unload a delivery because the delivery driver couldn't do it (I also didn't give him s@+~ about it, we're all newbs once)
* Fixed a end gate of our truck.

Also, I got a raise, like two weeks ago.

Mort. A long time to have a raise. You should go to the doctor.

I might have gotten another raise today, it is a new pay period.

Edit: Ah, I get it now, except where Mort comes in, but yes, two weeks is an awfully long time.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
Woran wrote:
Kjeldorn wrote:


Woran wrote:
Kjeldorn wrote:

Woran wrote:

Used tie rips to tie my collegue to his chair.

Because he said I wouldnt do it.

Huh...

So...

*Digs through his stuff for 'bondage 101', some rope, a gag-ball and some lube*

"You clearly wouldn't dare…"

Sit down. I promise this wont hurt.

*Translated from gag-speak*

"Can I do you (bondage-wise) afterwards Mistress Woran?..."

*Gives Woran big wet puppy-eyes*

Hush. Its impolite to speak with your mouth full. Looks like I have to teach you some manners.
*Does not know to laugh or to cry*
I enjoy having a front row seat to the corruption of mort.

Sad to say the dark side won... So...

*passes Woran a whip*

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Anyway on the collective - anyone climbed Mt Fuji here? I'm planning a trip...of course my first instinct is to leeroy Jenkins it =P

Altitude acclimatization I don't think I'm going to be able to make trips to high up places to get accustomed to it, though if it requires me to train climbing more stairs while carrying a 15 kg backpack that can be arranged...


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I've heard of Mount Fuji.

I drove over a 12,000 foot pass, does that count.

Leeroy who?


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*sigh* thanks autocorrect...

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Just a Mort wrote:
LordSynos wrote:
Aren't the Hounds of Tindalos the ones that police time? I may be misremembering.

True, those do too, but so do Bythos Aeons.

Bythos aeon wrote:

The bythos are guardians of time and planar travel—indeed, to bythos, the act of aging is nothing more than a highly specialized method of travel. Although bythos themselves have no additional method of traveling through time, they scour the multiverse, hunting for creatures that do have the ability to time-travel and may have abused this ability.

Tacticslion wrote:
LordSynos wrote:
Aren't the Hounds of Tindalos the ones that police time? I may be misremembering.

Sort of? But they are also stupid, weird about right angles, and, most importantly, chaotic evil. So they’re mostly in it because they fin you interesting and want to hunt.

Bythos are at least neutral, but that only means they aren’t actively malicious. Instead, they are part of an entirely inscrutable neutral (neither good nor evil) Overmind (who they serve with no real higher understanding than our nervous individual neurons in our nervous system have beyond the impulse that passes through them) that behaves for no discernible reason in exceedingly particular ways, and is entirely unable to be contacted to comment on said behavior. They don’t particularly want to tear this planet apart for no good reason, but it was told to do so, so it’s gotta be something wrong with all of them due to time travel! (The inhabitants are also unsure why.)

At least the insvitables will tell you crimes-apparent you committed.

(There are also other creatures that live in the demiplane of time - the ivrii, or something? (Or maybe I’m just confusing their name with my Judaism-equivalent Ivri in my home game... anyway, I just found them recently) - who also police time, but their criteria, while still odd, at least has more of a semblance of reason to it.)

The Hounds are less "policing" time and more that they live in a state of being that allows them to time-travel easily and the scent of time-travelers spurs them to hunt like sharks smelling blood in the water.

They're not monitoring or managing the flow of the timestream, they just live there and like the taste of time-travelers.

The aeons and inevitables are the ones actively trying to manage the timestream, in their own varying ways.

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Tacticslion wrote:
LordSynos wrote:
Aren't the Hounds of Tindalos the ones that police time? I may be misremembering.

Sort of? But they are also stupid, weird about right angles, and, most importantly, chaotic evil. So they’re mostly in it because they fin you interesting and want to hunt.

Bythos are at least neutral, but that only means they aren’t actively malicious. Instead, they are part of an entirely inscrutable neutral (neither good nor evil) Overmind (who they serve with no real higher understanding than our nervous individual neurons in our nervous system have beyond the impulse that passes through them) that behaves for no discernible reason in exceedingly particular ways, and is entirely unable to be contacted to comment on said behavior. They don’t particularly want to tear this planet apart for no good reason, but it was told to do so, so it’s gotta be something wrong with all of them due to time travel! (The inhabitants are also unsure why.)

At least the insvitables will tell you crimes-apparent you committed.

(There are also other creatures that live in the demiplane of time - the ivrii, or something? (Or maybe I’m just confusing their name with my Judaism-equivalent Ivri in my home game... anyway, I just found them recently) - who also police time, but their criteria, while still odd, at least has more of a semblance of reason to it.)

Hounds of Tindalos are NE


Aiymi and I went to Hellboy tonight. It's by no means the worst thing I've ever seen, but it's not good. It's not like the original Del Toro and Perlman movies were fantastic, but they were entertaining and Perlman brought a charisma and voice to the role. Harbour felt a bit like he was trying to not mimic it while doing so.


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Game of Thrones Hotline for Confused Fans

Warning! May contain spoilers! Please watch the show first.

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Vanykrye wrote:
Aiymi and I went to Hellboy tonight. It's by no means the worst thing I've ever seen, but it's not good. It's not like the original Del Toro and Perlman movies were fantastic, but they were entertaining and Perlman brought a charisma and voice to the role. Harbour felt a bit like he was trying to not mimic it while doing so.

Well I liked the movie nonetheless but I have no expectations since I didn't read no comics before.

Hellboy:

I liked that piggie and his motive for wanting revenge. I mean he got cheated at a chance of being able to grow up in a loving human family. Is that too much to ask? Though it is unfair to the family that got their baby taken in question.

And I love the part where the guy transformed and then Alice called him out, "Now I know why you're so mean!"

And his confession at the end, "Actually I'm more of a dog person"


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Clocking out. Good night, everyone.


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captain yesterday wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
Captain ? wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
Breast stroke.... giggity.
What were you thinking off?
You get 3 guesses.
Chicken?... Micheal Phelps?... Dolly Parton?...
Dolly parton was definetly the closest guess.
You do realize she's gotta be around 90 years old...
Wikipedia says she's only 73.
Close enough.

Hey it was your guess not mine.


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Well first day back at work been here 8 minutes and I'm already about to walk out.

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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Well first day back at work been here 8 minutes and I'm already about to walk out.

Oh dear Vidmaster7. *pets him on his shoulder*


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Gross incompetence is becoming a theme around here.

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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Gross incompetence is becoming a theme around here.

So what exactly went wrong and how are your job interviews going?


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Well My last interview did not go well it was in the mid day and I was to drowsy for it. I haven't put any new applications in yet because I've been very busy with family and doctor stuff.

As far as what went wrong. Well aside from a lot of minor things 2nd shift was suppose to do that was not done. I had put in some of my PTO for next week so I could use it before I lose it. It was approved and yet I'm still on the schedule for next week. working the exact days I took time off for. I've already msged my manager and her response will decide whether I walk out and find the next job I get my hands on regardless of what it is.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:

Well My last interview did not go well it was in the mid day and I was to drowsy for it. I haven't put any new applications in yet because I've been very busy with family and doctor stuff.

As far as what went wrong. Well aside from a lot of minor things 2nd shift was suppose to do that was not done. I had put in some of my PTO for next week so I could use it before I lose it. It was approved and yet I'm still on the schedule for next week. working the exact days I took time off for. I've already msged my manager and her response will decide whether I walk out and find the next job I get my hands on regardless of what it is.

Oh yeah, I know the annoyances of having to do things that 2nd shift (or even 1st) didn't bother to do. As well as the pain of having vacation time messed with. I put in 6 weeks ago for a couple of days off the first weekend of May, and still haven't been told whether or not I'll get them off. And yesterday I saw a note from the newest desk clerk saying she needed those same days off. If she gets those days and I don't, I'm gonna be pissed. Especially since, and my manager knows this, I need the time off to go on my annual birthday trip with my dad. So if I don't get the time off, it's going to mess with my parents' plans as well as mine.


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Earlier today my wife was complaining that I never buy her flowers. I honestly can say that I had no idea she was a florist.


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What is the best present? A broken drum. After all, you can't beat it.


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I asked Ryu (from Street Fighter) if I could learn to fight like him. He said "SSSSSUUUUUUUUURRRRRREEEEE YOU CAN!"


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When Brexit happens, how much space will it free up in the EU? 1 GB.


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Did you know that Gollum cloned himself several times and then formed an '80s style synth-pop band? They're called "A Flock of Smeagols".


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It takes a lot of balls to golf the way I do it.


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I saw a horse with six legs today. At the back it had two legs, and in the front it had fore legs.

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Vidmaster7 wrote:

Well My last interview did not go well it was in the mid day and I was to drowsy for it. I haven't put any new applications in yet because I've been very busy with family and doctor stuff.

As far as what went wrong. Well aside from a lot of minor things 2nd shift was suppose to do that was not done. I had put in some of my PTO for next week so I could use it before I lose it. It was approved and yet I'm still on the schedule for next week. working the exact days I took time off for. I've already msged my manager and her response will decide whether I walk out and find the next job I get my hands on regardless of what it is.

Doctor stuff? You okay?


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:

Well My last interview did not go well it was in the mid day and I was to drowsy for it. I haven't put any new applications in yet because I've been very busy with family and doctor stuff.

As far as what went wrong. Well aside from a lot of minor things 2nd shift was suppose to do that was not done. I had put in some of my PTO for next week so I could use it before I lose it. It was approved and yet I'm still on the schedule for next week. working the exact days I took time off for. I've already msged my manager and her response will decide whether I walk out and find the next job I get my hands on regardless of what it is.

Oh yeah, I know the annoyances of having to do things that 2nd shift (or even 1st) didn't bother to do. As well as the pain of having vacation time messed with. I put in 6 weeks ago for a couple of days off the first weekend of May, and still haven't been told whether or not I'll get them off. And yesterday I saw a note from the newest desk clerk saying she needed those same days off. If she gets those days and I don't, I'm gonna be pissed. Especially since, and my manager knows this, I need the time off to go on my annual birthday trip with my dad. So if I don't get the time off, it's going to mess with my parents' plans as well as mine.

You know my plight well sir.


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Just a Mort wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:

Well My last interview did not go well it was in the mid day and I was to drowsy for it. I haven't put any new applications in yet because I've been very busy with family and doctor stuff.

As far as what went wrong. Well aside from a lot of minor things 2nd shift was suppose to do that was not done. I had put in some of my PTO for next week so I could use it before I lose it. It was approved and yet I'm still on the schedule for next week. working the exact days I took time off for. I've already msged my manager and her response will decide whether I walk out and find the next job I get my hands on regardless of what it is.

Doctor stuff? You okay?

I saw a new doc and got some blood work done since I got my new health insurance. He says he thinks my sugar is a bit to high. I am going to make an appointment next week to see him again and go over it.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
I saw a horse with six legs today. At the back it had two legs, and in the front it had fore legs.

But do all 6 legs come off the ground when it runs?


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
It takes a lot of balls to golf the way I do it.

Watch out for gators.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Did you know that Gollum cloned himself several times and then formed an '80s style synth-pop band? They're called "A Flock of Smeagols".

Their hair had a very polarizing love hate effect.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
I saw a horse with six legs today. At the back it had two legs, and in the front it had fore legs.
But do all 6 legs come off the ground when it runs?

No, just 5 of them. There is one leg that never breaks contact with the ground. It just kind of drags along.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Did you know that Gollum cloned himself several times and then formed an '80s style synth-pop band? They're called "A Flock of Smeagols".
Their hair had a very polarizing love hate effect.

Some might say it is bipolar-izing.

Yeah, I'm a little ashamed of that one.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:

Well My last interview did not go well it was in the mid day and I was to drowsy for it. I haven't put any new applications in yet because I've been very busy with family and doctor stuff.

As far as what went wrong. Well aside from a lot of minor things 2nd shift was suppose to do that was not done. I had put in some of my PTO for next week so I could use it before I lose it. It was approved and yet I'm still on the schedule for next week. working the exact days I took time off for. I've already msged my manager and her response will decide whether I walk out and find the next job I get my hands on regardless of what it is.

Doctor stuff? You okay?
I saw a new doc and got some blood work done since I got my new health insurance. He says he thinks my sugar is a bit to high. I am going to make an appointment next week to see him again and go over it.

Oh, you're fine. It's just because you're soooooooo sweet.


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My daughter bought a new shirt with various vegetables printed on it. It's a crop top.


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Tater Slaad wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:

Well My last interview did not go well it was in the mid day and I was to drowsy for it. I haven't put any new applications in yet because I've been very busy with family and doctor stuff.

As far as what went wrong. Well aside from a lot of minor things 2nd shift was suppose to do that was not done. I had put in some of my PTO for next week so I could use it before I lose it. It was approved and yet I'm still on the schedule for next week. working the exact days I took time off for. I've already msged my manager and her response will decide whether I walk out and find the next job I get my hands on regardless of what it is.

Doctor stuff? You okay?
I saw a new doc and got some blood work done since I got my new health insurance. He says he thinks my sugar is a bit to high. I am going to make an appointment next week to see him again and go over it.
Oh, you're fine. It's just because you're soooooooo sweet.

Apparently I could go for a lot less sweetness.

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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Tater Slaad wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:

Well My last interview did not go well it was in the mid day and I was to drowsy for it. I haven't put any new applications in yet because I've been very busy with family and doctor stuff.

As far as what went wrong. Well aside from a lot of minor things 2nd shift was suppose to do that was not done. I had put in some of my PTO for next week so I could use it before I lose it. It was approved and yet I'm still on the schedule for next week. working the exact days I took time off for. I've already msged my manager and her response will decide whether I walk out and find the next job I get my hands on regardless of what it is.

Doctor stuff? You okay?
I saw a new doc and got some blood work done since I got my new health insurance. He says he thinks my sugar is a bit to high. I am going to make an appointment next week to see him again and go over it.
Oh, you're fine. It's just because you're soooooooo sweet.

Apparently I could go for a lot less sweetness.

You have family history of high blood sugar? Also uh yeah I more or less cut sugars(except for fruits) out of my life.


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Oh yeah I do. Not my dad but his brothers and sister have diabetes here and there.

Cutting out all sugar is virtually impossible in the south but I have already cut back quite a bit.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
My daughter bought a new shirt with various vegetables printed on it. It's a crop top.

That would go well with that vegetable monster that Mort was showing us from way back.


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So I discovered this Billie Eilish song "bad guy" and I am addicted.

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Just came back from hauling 31 of these dumplings two subway stations back to office. It isn't as heavy as it sounds, it's only about 6.6 kg of weight.

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Vidmaster7 wrote:

Oh yeah I do. Not my dad but his brothers and sister have diabetes here and there.

Cutting out all sugar is virtually impossible in the south but I have already cut back quite a bit.

I think it may be possible if you cook every meal. Stay away from sauces that involve excessive sugar and all that, and no coke!

I mean, hey, look at this for a sample menu:

Breakfast:
Chopped Spinach fried with egg (light soya sauce and pepper added)
Glass of fresh milk
2 tangerines, 16 grapes and about 100 g of jackfruit.

(Well except for me putting a slice of lemon cake that my aunt told me to finish, that was pretty much my breakfast).

Lunch:

Black pepper baked chicken thigh and blanched brocoli, cauliflower and carrots

And a glass of soya milk

Dinner:

Grilled catfish with a side of fried green pepper and garlic.

End of day. Lol.

If you need to add in carbs, do sweet potato, or just boiled potatoes.


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Vanykrye wrote:
Aiymi and I went to Hellboy tonight. It's by no means the worst thing I've ever seen, but it's not good. It's not like the original Del Toro and Perlman movies were fantastic, but they were entertaining and Perlman brought a charisma and voice to the role. Harbour felt a bit like he was trying to not mimic it while doing so.

:(

I want to go for Hellboy today before L5R session (after discovering yesterday that it is in Cinema)...

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What I did one day(yes, it really happened)…a log:

Breakfast:
12 grapes
Chopped spinach fried with 2 eggs
A bun with a piece of sweet potato in it
One glass of milk

Lunch:

Tau Kwa with thai chilli sauce. Like 2 servings worth
And a Kiwi.

For a snack I had 2 figs.

Dinner:

Tau Kwa with thai chilli sauce. Like 2 servings worth
A Kiwi
And a grilled chicken salad (from Mc Donalds) – I took no dressing. Don’t even like dressing.


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Why does everyone in Golarion like Dwarven beer? Because it's a microbrew.

(Get it? 'Cause Dwarves are short?)

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