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I saw Arnold Schwarzenegger in a grocery store eating a delicious looking chocolate egg. I asked him where he got it. He pointed and said "Aisle B. Back."

Then we both took off our pants and danced around until the cops showed up. At which point they joined in the fun.


People sometimes ask me why I don't use public transportation. I tell them I took a bus once. But I was forced to give it back.


*sigh* Preparation for incoming gaming convention.

I should get up around 8 am, but I woke up at 6 am (dreaming of an electric short circuit and my mom suddenly coming home), and couldn't go back to sleep for the last two hours, so I am at less than five hours of sleep now.

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You know I wonder if you can train breakfall at home on a wooden surface(or a blanket) . I go bouldering and of course the inevitable of falling off the wall happens. And the last time I did that I was hopping for a few days.


Just a Mort wrote:
You know I wonder if you can train breakfall at home on a wooden surface(or a blanket) . I go bouldering and of course the inevitable of falling off the wall happens. And the last time I did that I was hopping for a few days.

You might want to use a couple of blankets, at least at first. And if you live on the second floor (or higher) hope that your downstairs neighbor doesn't mind the noise.

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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
You know I wonder if you can train breakfall at home on a wooden surface(or a blanket) . I go bouldering and of course the inevitable of falling off the wall happens. And the last time I did that I was hopping for a few days.
You might want to use a couple of blankets, at least at first. And if you live on the second floor (or higher) hope that your downstairs neighbor doesn't mind the noise.

Can't be worse then Billy Blanks Rough and Tough Tae Bo at 5.30 am in the morning ^^

I live on the third floor BTW. The trick is to practice it when my family isn't looking else they'll probably ask wtf am I doing.


gran rey de los nekkid wrote:

I saw Arnold Schwarzenegger in a grocery store eating a delicious looking chocolate egg. I asked him where he got it. He pointed and said "Aisle B. Back."

Then we both took off our pants and danced around until the cops showed up. At which point they joined in the fun.

This is the opening scene from your latest direct-to-video movie for gentlemen's solitary viewing in three-minute segments, hey?


Limeylongears wrote:
gran rey de los nekkid wrote:

I saw Arnold Schwarzenegger in a grocery store eating a delicious looking chocolate egg. I asked him where he got it. He pointed and said "Aisle B. Back."

Then we both took off our pants and danced around until the cops showed up. At which point they joined in the fun.

This is the opening scene from your latest direct-to-video movie for gentlemen's solitary viewing in three-minute segments, hey?

Three minutes? Oooooohhhhh, brag about it.


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Since everyone wants to know what is going on with my Mom, here you are...

The short of it

Spoiler:
Mom has a UTI a.k.a. bladder infection that has also spread to her kidneys.

The more details version of what happened yesterday and what is going on.

Spoiler:
I had to go to work to deal with something important. When I got back, I found my mom on her knees at her bed with her hands and head on her bed. She had gone to the bathroom (lots of diarrhea over her bed and onto the floor). I tried to pick her up, but couldn't so I called a friend. We were able to get her up, but she couldn't get into the shower. I then called the ambulance and they took her to the hospital. She was dehydrated and had a UTI (see above). The doctors put her on fluids, antibiotics, and some pain meds. They eventually had to elevate her feet due to blood pressure issues. Mom was very confused and incoherent yesterday. It turns out that old people and UTIs don't mix well. They are very bad for old people, especially ones going through chemotherapy like my mom. The next few days should tell us more. I am hopeful that she will recover, but dementia really sucks!!!

Spoiler:
My plans for today.
A - I need to get a look at mom's living will so my brother and I can know what her wishes are as to her care and what life saving methods to use. She is old and CPR breaks bones.

B - I need to talk with social services to get me some help. I am at my limit and my brother is in school full time and working full time and has two kids and a wife. I have only work and pets, but I am tapped out.

C - Go back to mom's house and finish cleaning up her accident, do the dishes, and do some laundry for her.

D - Go spend some time with my mom, since she is probably still out of it.

E - I need to look up this word, sleep. I have no idea what it means.

Spoiler:
Additional issues. Mom needs surgery on her tumor that is in the brain because it is not responding to radiation. They want to do the Visualase® MRI-guided Laser Ablation for Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery, but... They need mom's platelet counts to be over 100k. Last week they were at 72k. This week they are in the the 40k range. This is because she will be having brain surgery and the bleeding needs to stop asap, but with low platelets, it might not stop bleeding. Plus the tumor has grown. It is 2.x cm by 1.x cm.

So that is it as of right now.

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Kjeldorn wrote:


Woran wrote:


You didnt run me off. I crawled into bed. I have some nasty bug going on.

Poor Woran…

*Attempts to shove a blanket, some hot tea and a glass (or two) of Rum through his screen to Woran*

My sniffles and nasal + eye itching have begun for real over Easter so I'm officially in full-blown allergy mode from now on - Mutters something about stupid trees j#~zing all over everyone...

*Sends hugs'n'pats to Woran*

Thank you. Its been quite a stressfull ride with donig my convention, and MrT being so very ill with his legg and all. And then a long weekend finaly to relax... I think it just all caught up with me. Opted to call in sick at work. I think I just need to recharge my battery and get all this snot out of my head again.


Woran, that is snot right, but I hope you feel better soon.

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All the hugs Sharoth. Taking care of a loved one is super draining.
If you ever want to talk, send me a PM.


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Sorry, man, that sucks!


Sympathies, Sharoth. That's just terrible.


Hope you can get some (much-needed) help, Sharoth - that sounds like a heck of a lot to deal with...


Sharoth, seriously, if there's anything we can do for you, please ask.

And...well...Check the living will before going through with the surgery.


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My f#+@ed up week of over scheduling continues unabated.

Today I get to take the General to work, Tiny T-Rex to the bus, Crookshanks in for a dentist appointment, and then get her back to school, pick up Tiny T-Rex from the bus stop, make sure Crookshanks has something to eat, and then take her to cheerleading practice and then pick her up again.


gran rey de los mono wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
No fair, Vany gets his lawn taken care of AND lisamarlene! That's like getting a milkmaid AND milkshakes!
And the milkmaid has milkshakes that bring ALL the boys to the yard!

oh man. I must be slipping. I wasnt going there, but I didnt make that correlation until I saw it just now.


Sharoth, texting you now.


captain yesterday wrote:

My f&&~ed up week of over scheduling continues unabated.

Today I get to take the General to work, Tiny T-Rex to the bus, Crookshanks in for a dentist appointment, and then get her back to school, pick up Tiny T-Rex from the bus stop, make sure Crookshanks has something to eat, and then take her to cheerleading practice and then pick her up again.

That's worse than just going to work.


Just a Mort wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Have you seen his lawn.
Shh. Quiet, you.

I have a bad feeling about this =P

How do you mow a lawn anyway?

You are asking about American lawn care machinery. There is a dizzying array of equipment out there. Google "lawnmower" and "riding lawnmower" and you'll get an idea for the sheer breadth of it all. Especially in the Midwest and South.


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Tomorrow I have to be home by 4 so I can pick up Tiny T-Rex from the bus stop, and then matrix my way to the airport to pick up my dad, and then get Crookshanks to cheerleading practice by 6.

And don't get me started on what's going on Thursday.

Luckily, Friday and beyond is pretty chill (both figuratively and literally, our high temp for Saturday is 46 degrees).


Sharoth wrote:

Since everyone wants to know what is going on with my Mom, here you are...

The short of it ** spoiler omitted **

The more details version of what happened yesterday and what is going on. ** spoiler omitted **

** spoiler omitted **

** spoiler omitted **...

*hugs*

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Ouch Sharoth that's horrible. I hope social services can find some help for you soon, you really need it.


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How Bugs Work At Global Megacorporation:

(1) NobodysHome files a bug about missing documentation.
(2) Bug assignee asks for more details, including which book it should be in.
(3) NobodysHome resists the urge to ask, "How the **** should I know?" and suggests a book.
(4) Bug assignee says, "Oh, no, we can't possibly put it there!"
(5) Bug assignee escalates bug.
(6) High-level muckety-muck has come after me and demanded to know how *I* plan to resolve the bug.

So yep. You file a bug, it gets escalated, then assigned to YOU.

And THAT is why I never file bugs.


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NobodysHome wrote:

How Bugs Work At Global Megacorporation:

(1) NobodysHome files a bug about missing documentation.
(2) Bug assignee asks for more details, including which book it should be in.
(3) NobodysHome resists the urge to ask, "How the **** should I know?" and suggests a book.
(4) Bug assignee says, "Oh, no, we can't possibly put it there!"
(5) Bug assignee escalates bug.
(6) High-level muckety-muck has come after me and demanded to know how *I* plan to resolve the bug.

So yep. You file a bug, it gets escalated, then assigned to YOU.

And THAT is why I never file bugs.

Reminds me of when my coworker and I worked for a different company and he complained about mice in the seed room, so he was assigned the task of exterminating the mice, as well as making sure the seed room is clean.

Which is why the only thing I suggest at work, is casual Fridays.


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Although, last time I suggested Hawaiian Hump Day (everyone wears a Hawaiian shirt).


captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

How Bugs Work At Global Megacorporation:

(1) NobodysHome files a bug about missing documentation.
(2) Bug assignee asks for more details, including which book it should be in.
(3) NobodysHome resists the urge to ask, "How the **** should I know?" and suggests a book.
(4) Bug assignee says, "Oh, no, we can't possibly put it there!"
(5) Bug assignee escalates bug.
(6) High-level muckety-muck has come after me and demanded to know how *I* plan to resolve the bug.

So yep. You file a bug, it gets escalated, then assigned to YOU.

And THAT is why I never file bugs.

Reminds me of when my coworker and I worked for a different company and he complained about mice in the seed room, so he was assigned the task of exterminating the mice, as well as making sure the seed room is clean.

Which is why the only thing I suggest at work, is casual Fridays.

while I am not in favor of the squeaky wheel getting the grease, how would you have handled that differently?


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Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

How Bugs Work At Global Megacorporation:

(1) NobodysHome files a bug about missing documentation.
(2) Bug assignee asks for more details, including which book it should be in.
(3) NobodysHome resists the urge to ask, "How the **** should I know?" and suggests a book.
(4) Bug assignee says, "Oh, no, we can't possibly put it there!"
(5) Bug assignee escalates bug.
(6) High-level muckety-muck has come after me and demanded to know how *I* plan to resolve the bug.

So yep. You file a bug, it gets escalated, then assigned to YOU.

And THAT is why I never file bugs.

Reminds me of when my coworker and I worked for a different company and he complained about mice in the seed room, so he was assigned the task of exterminating the mice, as well as making sure the seed room is clean.

Which is why the only thing I suggest at work, is casual Fridays.

while I am not in favor of the squeaky wheel getting the grease, how would you have handled that differently?

The person reporting the bug is not supposed to be assigned the task of fixing it. This situation would be akin to you reporting a bug in a Final Fantasy game, and the manager of the development team telling you to fix the bug.


Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
while I am not in favor of the squeaky wheel getting the grease, how would you have handled that differently?
The person reporting the bug is not supposed to be assigned the task of fixing it. This situation would be akin to you reporting a bug in a Final Fantasy game, and the manager of the development team telling you to fix the bug.

Additional nuance:

If the person reporting the bug is on the team that designed the feature in the first place, then yes, it's not unreasonable for that same person to be assigned the bug-fix task.

That's not what's happening in NH's case though.

EDIT, since I'm too quick to hit the submit button this morning: Also, if they want to ask for clarifications on the bug, or if they want some suggestions as to what the person is expecting to see, that's different than assigning the bug-fix task entirely.


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That would bug me.


Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

How Bugs Work At Global Megacorporation:

(1) NobodysHome files a bug about missing documentation.
(2) Bug assignee asks for more details, including which book it should be in.
(3) NobodysHome resists the urge to ask, "How the **** should I know?" and suggests a book.
(4) Bug assignee says, "Oh, no, we can't possibly put it there!"
(5) Bug assignee escalates bug.
(6) High-level muckety-muck has come after me and demanded to know how *I* plan to resolve the bug.

So yep. You file a bug, it gets escalated, then assigned to YOU.

And THAT is why I never file bugs.

Reminds me of when my coworker and I worked for a different company and he complained about mice in the seed room, so he was assigned the task of exterminating the mice, as well as making sure the seed room is clean.

Which is why the only thing I suggest at work, is casual Fridays.

while I am not in favor of the squeaky wheel getting the grease, how would you have handled that differently?
The person reporting the bug is not supposed to be assigned the task of fixing it. This situation would be akin to you reporting a bug in a Final Fantasy game, and the manager of the development team telling you to fix the bug.

oh no, I was talking about the mouse problem. I know there should be a team for handling program bugs.


Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

How Bugs Work At Global Megacorporation:

(1) NobodysHome files a bug about missing documentation.
(2) Bug assignee asks for more details, including which book it should be in.
(3) NobodysHome resists the urge to ask, "How the **** should I know?" and suggests a book.
(4) Bug assignee says, "Oh, no, we can't possibly put it there!"
(5) Bug assignee escalates bug.
(6) High-level muckety-muck has come after me and demanded to know how *I* plan to resolve the bug.

So yep. You file a bug, it gets escalated, then assigned to YOU.

And THAT is why I never file bugs.

Reminds me of when my coworker and I worked for a different company and he complained about mice in the seed room, so he was assigned the task of exterminating the mice, as well as making sure the seed room is clean.

Which is why the only thing I suggest at work, is casual Fridays.

while I am not in favor of the squeaky wheel getting the grease, how would you have handled that differently?
The person reporting the bug is not supposed to be assigned the task of fixing it. This situation would be akin to you reporting a bug in a Final Fantasy game, and the manager of the development team telling you to fix the bug.
oh no, I was talking about the mouse problem. I know there should be a team for handling program bugs.

Oh...ok...in that case just get a couple farm cats and you're golden.


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Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

How Bugs Work At Global Megacorporation:

(1) NobodysHome files a bug about missing documentation.
(2) Bug assignee asks for more details, including which book it should be in.
(3) NobodysHome resists the urge to ask, "How the **** should I know?" and suggests a book.
(4) Bug assignee says, "Oh, no, we can't possibly put it there!"
(5) Bug assignee escalates bug.
(6) High-level muckety-muck has come after me and demanded to know how *I* plan to resolve the bug.

So yep. You file a bug, it gets escalated, then assigned to YOU.

And THAT is why I never file bugs.

Reminds me of when my coworker and I worked for a different company and he complained about mice in the seed room, so he was assigned the task of exterminating the mice, as well as making sure the seed room is clean.

Which is why the only thing I suggest at work, is casual Fridays.

while I am not in favor of the squeaky wheel getting the grease, how would you have handled that differently?

Hire a professional, invest in a seed room that's not in an old barn, basically anything BUT make an employee exterminate hundreds of mice, or have to use grass seed soaking in mouse urine and s+!~.

Especially considering it's a large company with hundreds of employees.

What would you do?


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captain yesterday wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

How Bugs Work At Global Megacorporation:

(1) NobodysHome files a bug about missing documentation.
(2) Bug assignee asks for more details, including which book it should be in.
(3) NobodysHome resists the urge to ask, "How the **** should I know?" and suggests a book.
(4) Bug assignee says, "Oh, no, we can't possibly put it there!"
(5) Bug assignee escalates bug.
(6) High-level muckety-muck has come after me and demanded to know how *I* plan to resolve the bug.

So yep. You file a bug, it gets escalated, then assigned to YOU.

And THAT is why I never file bugs.

Reminds me of when my coworker and I worked for a different company and he complained about mice in the seed room, so he was assigned the task of exterminating the mice, as well as making sure the seed room is clean.

Which is why the only thing I suggest at work, is casual Fridays.

while I am not in favor of the squeaky wheel getting the grease, how would you have handled that differently?

Hire a professional, invest in a seed room that's not in an old barn, basically anything BUT make an employee exterminate hundreds of mice, or have to use grass seed soaking in mouse urine and s%~#.

Especially considering it's a large company with hundreds of employees.

What would you do?

I too would hire a professional, provided I could afford one. If not, I would move the seed, possibly paying overtime to do so. Something sounded a bit off in the premise and I know you work for a small company now, so I didnt know if there was some personal beef on the job so that this guy got this type of work or if killing mice was fun for that job or a s*** detail for that job.


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We were written up if we went over forty hours, I was written up once for getting 35 seconds of over time one week.

This is just one reason why they lost their four best workers.


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Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

How Bugs Work At Global Megacorporation:

(1) NobodysHome files a bug about missing documentation.
(2) Bug assignee asks for more details, including which book it should be in.
(3) NobodysHome resists the urge to ask, "How the **** should I know?" and suggests a book.
(4) Bug assignee says, "Oh, no, we can't possibly put it there!"
(5) Bug assignee escalates bug.
(6) High-level muckety-muck has come after me and demanded to know how *I* plan to resolve the bug.

So yep. You file a bug, it gets escalated, then assigned to YOU.

And THAT is why I never file bugs.

Reminds me of when my coworker and I worked for a different company and he complained about mice in the seed room, so he was assigned the task of exterminating the mice, as well as making sure the seed room is clean.

Which is why the only thing I suggest at work, is casual Fridays.

while I am not in favor of the squeaky wheel getting the grease, how would you have handled that differently?

Hire a professional, invest in a seed room that's not in an old barn, basically anything BUT make an employee exterminate hundreds of mice, or have to use grass seed soaking in mouse urine and s%~#.

Especially considering it's a large company with hundreds of employees.

What would you do?

I too would hire a professional, provided I could afford one. If not, I would move the seed, possibly paying overtime to do so. Something sounded a bit off in the premise and I know you work for a small company now, so I didnt know if there was some personal beef on the job so that this guy got this type of work or if killing mice was fun for that job or a s+!& detail for that job.

That came off sounding harsh, that wasn't the tone I was looking for, sorry!


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Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

How Bugs Work At Global Megacorporation:

(1) NobodysHome files a bug about missing documentation.
(2) Bug assignee asks for more details, including which book it should be in.
(3) NobodysHome resists the urge to ask, "How the **** should I know?" and suggests a book.
(4) Bug assignee says, "Oh, no, we can't possibly put it there!"
(5) Bug assignee escalates bug.
(6) High-level muckety-muck has come after me and demanded to know how *I* plan to resolve the bug.

So yep. You file a bug, it gets escalated, then assigned to YOU.

And THAT is why I never file bugs.

Reminds me of when my coworker and I worked for a different company and he complained about mice in the seed room, so he was assigned the task of exterminating the mice, as well as making sure the seed room is clean.

Which is why the only thing I suggest at work, is casual Fridays.

while I am not in favor of the squeaky wheel getting the grease, how would you have handled that differently?
The person reporting the bug is not supposed to be assigned the task of fixing it. This situation would be akin to you reporting a bug in a Final Fantasy game, and the manager of the development team telling you to fix the bug.
oh no, I was talking about the mouse problem. I know there should be a team for handling program bugs.
Oh...ok...in that case just get a couple farm cats and you're golden.

This is exactly what the current boss did, no mouse problem.

Shadow Lodge

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Anyone with an encyclopedic knowledge if the Bestiaries, your assistance would be greatly appreciated =)


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So sorry Sharoth, that sounds really sucky.


Hi, everyone.


Vanykrye wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Yeah, I wasn't going to mention it, but half the time I hit the "increase speed by 1 mph" on cruise control, it turned it off instead.

All that the experience taught me was that American cars are no better now than the last time I swore I'd never buy one...

All I'm sayin' kamehameha! is that Takata made the exploding seat belts and air bags.

... in Ford cars, DANG IT.

EDIT: in case it wasn't clear, this was meant as a silly joke about both American manufacture and manufacture abroad.

Takata is a special case, all unto itself.

But yes, those things I mentioned really did happen.

One of the sun visor recalls

The transmission controls were confusing enough people didn't know they weren't actually in Park. I know companies are bored with the idea of a shift lever, but it works.

Speaking of cruise control...

This stuff isn't new technology. Sun visors, automatic transmissions, cruise control...this stuff has been around for decades. Getting this stuff right shouldn't be difficult for a company the size of Fiat Chrysler.

One more for Tac, and then I'll drop this for a while again (I know cars aren't a taboo here, but also not something a lot of you are into).

Fiat Chrysler still can't figure out basic automatic transmissions.


Hi, John!

Well, "good" news, although in relative terms it's pretty darned minor: One Punch Man, Season 2, Episode 3 finally did a decent job of capturing the "feel" of the original season. It's not a great episode, but unlike episodes 1 and 2 it's not out-and-out boring.

It gives me hope.

Which is nice on a hot and sunny afternoon.


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For those who don't want to do the math or read the article, 3.4% of the ENTIRE FLEET suffered broken shifter cables. Every single one of which is a potentially-lethal situation.

3.4%.

The mind boggles.


NobodysHome wrote:

For those who don't want to do the math or read the article, 3.4% of the ENTIRE FLEET suffered broken shifter cables. Every single one of which is a potentially-lethal situation.

3.4%.

The mind boggles.

is that a lot?


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Two months worth of absence again, huh?

Hope you've all been well. I sadly cannot say the same for myself, what with still having no job or internship.

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Sorry Icy. Here's hoping your luck turns up.


Icyshadow wrote:

Two months worth of absence again, huh?

Hope you've all been well. I sadly cannot say the same for myself, what with still having no job or internship.

ICY!

Hope you find work soon.


Aye, it's been a rough time living on a student budget of late, but I'll manage. It just kinda sucks needing an IT job or internship for graduation.

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Good luck Icy

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