Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Libby and the Rest

Listening to the jurors after the trial of Mr Libby, suddenly I realize, this is grounds for a mistrial. Talking about the punishment of the administration and not the person the jury was in a trial to convict...Especially when the jury had said only a few days ago they didn't know what they were trying him for.

Mr. Libby will undoubtably be pardoned after a few years of jail time, but this is a sad, sad day in the terms of legal justice.

Thursday, March 01, 2007

Time Off

I decided that a few months off to regain some sanity was well needed and thus I have taken some time off and have returned. I decided that with my birthday in the immenant future, I should probably look back at the last few months and make some comments.

Tim Pawlenty won re-election to the horror of conservatives, but not the Republican party. Looking at the returns, many many people tossed aside good candidates like Mark Kennedy and Mary Kiffmyer by large margins in order to vote FOR pawlenty. This either makes two points in the state. Either Minnesotans are vastly liberal (which I know they aren't) and view pawlenty as liberal or not quite as insane as Mike Hatch, or there was some serious election fraud. No poll ever put Amy Klobuchar ahead of Mark Kennedy by the numbers that were shown on election day, this either means the pollsters of Minnesota needs to rework their percentage of error to 20% or there was a serious problem at the polls. I'll let the readers ponder that thought.

It is snowing more in Minnesota now that it has all year. Global Warming my ass. However I have dealt with the specifics of this topic before and would kindly redirect your attention that way.

Final Fantasy 12 is a very solid game, not so much as previous title's, but the story hasn't let me down so far. The new Zelda is near perfect in every way.

Much to my delight, World of Warcraft, the Burning Crusade was released. Almost as good as I had hoped, but seriously lacking in many areas as I expected.

Thus the world continues, as do I. Look out Bloggers, I have returned

Thursday, November 16, 2006

The Minimum Wage -or- The Living Wage

There is a myth that circulates in people's heads that there is somehow a wage that can be set that makes everyone able to afford everything without hurting anyone. I battled with one of these on MPR's blog and she of course refused to call it a minimum wage in favor of the "Living Wage". We see these word games all the time and that is the subject of another blog all together. Let us just focus on the basic here.

It was her assertion that people like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and every other self made millionaire out there was physically doing harm to people who made less money than they did. Yes, a physical harm, kind of like how Ronald Reagan was said to have snuck out of the White House and ate hobo's meals. When I asked the question how they were doing this I never got a straight answer, but it always came back to a "living wage". The sad truth is there will always be people who don't make enough money for all their wants. Another sad truth is there will almost always in 100% of people's lives be someone with more money than them (Bill Gates was poor once folks). So here is the deal, should these people be penalized for making money? If Bill Gates was only able to retain 10% of the wealth he accumulated over the years, do you think he would have founded all the divisions in Microsoft? Would we have Windows XP right now? The problem with creating such a high tax burden is that you make success a penalty when you could just cruise where you are now with no benefit, but no harm either. I personally wouldn't switch to a job with more responsibility and more risk to make only 10% more than I am making now. There is no incentive in it.

But then there is the living wage, which is defined as a wage by which everyone gets what the need (need being defined as want here folks, these people aren't even honest enough to say that a car, a TV, Cable, health insurance, et al is a want and not a need). So I pose the question, if everyone needs a living wage, how do we achieve it? Do we subsidize out of tax dollars? We then run into the previous paragraphs problem of people no longer wanting to achieve wealth because they are taxed at a ridiculous rate. Plus we know that the economy suffers when people and corporations are taxed at a very high rate.

Do we push the cost of the new wage onto the business owners? This is well noted as there is an increase in unemployment and a drop in jobs created every time there is a minimum wage increase. Aside from that illegal immigrants are exempted from federal and state wage rules thus they are hired on the side at a lower than regulated rate and take even more jobs that Americans want. The big myth here is that illegal immigrants take jobs Americans don't want when the truth is they take jobs Americans can't afford. Business owners have to chose between paying $8-$10 for an American citizen (that is minimum wage plus the other expenses need in hiring and retaining an employee) or $3-$4 for an illegal immigrant. You can say "Well I would hire the American" every day of the week but when it comes down to your business and your bottom line you will hire the illegal, don't kid anyone here.

The other problem with the minimum wage is this; If $5.15, the current federal minimum wage is not enough, then why is $10 any better, or $20? Hell why don't we just make everyone get $50 per hour and then we will all be rich! The reason is 2 fold. First, not everyone is worth $50 and hour, you are paid what you are worth. If everyone was mandated to pay that kind of money, there would be a lot of jobs cut because only the best people, the most motivated people would be hired. The second reason is because it is an artificial inflation. When a business is deciding it's prices it must choose between profit for the owner, stockholders and alike, and it's operating expenses. They need to always remain competitively priced or else they go out of business. So we are faced with 3 possibilities with a large wage increase:

1. The most unlikely, the business will raise prices to cover the cost of the new labor. In this scenario it is usually a high wage increase like doubling of the minimum wage as all his competition is doing the same. All the sudden that $2 gallon of gas now has doubled it's labor cost and is now $3 a gallon. That new minimum wage isn't quite as much as it was before and in most cases the artificial inflation eats up more than the wage gained. A loss for the business in a minor way but even worse for the new minimum wage employees.

2. The business is able to absorb the cost operating at slimmer profit margins. This would happen only with minor minimum wage increases. However for large corporations like Wal-Mart, McDonalds, and Best Buy, their profit's would drop substantially and thus look much worse to investors. The investors would start pulling out of the market reducing capital in the market and would invariably create a depression worse than that of the 1930's. Bad for business in a big way, even worse for the employee's who are all laid off because the big bad corporations couldn't stay in business.

3. The most likely scenario plays out that companies place hiring freezes into effect and lay off some employee's. It reduces their payroll and then they simply keep the most productive employee's. This is the best option for business and the worst for employee's. This is also the option that grabs the most illegal immigrants in for the unskilled professions because they are under the radar again and replacing hard working Americans.

Every time the minimum wage is increased we see these exact things happen. Each of the 3 happen and usually the companies that do 1 and 2 end up out of business. 3 usually happens more often because businesses know how to run their business and they prefer to stay in the black.

Minimum wage laws create artificial inflation, hurt business, hurt the economy, hurt employees, and cause unemployment. They must be repealed.

I'm back

After a very exhausting foray into the mind of the liberals and their elitest attitudes I am back to my own blog. I am very excited and interested going forward especially with a lot of the progress that has been made in the recent few weeks including the ousting of Dean Johnson.

A couple things I learned about liberals in the time I was there. They hate being challenged. I told one of them "...that's a lie and you know it..." and when I went to the election night party I was assaulted by his wife telling me how horrible of a person I am for calling him a liar and then I received the pedigree of him, his wife, and every last one of their children. If you are reading this dear Mrs. Stattmiller, I really don't give a flying fuck how long you, your husband, or any of your brats went to school for. It really doesn't matter because I am still more intelligent than any of them, and at least I can hold a reasonable position with facts and back my position up where your husband can't.

But the biggest lesson I learned is that liberals are jealous and vindictive. On the site there was a commentator who went beyond the call of insulting me and used some very personal information that I only shared with the previously mentioned blogger and his wife. It is very insightful to know that they can use their friends and/or children to attack someone but don't have the mental stability to do it themselves.

The other bloggers were mostly kind and all in all, were fairly fun. One didn't even participate until election day, which was rather dissapointing because he was a total freak and would have been fun to tear apart.

A fun experience to say the least and I will move up to the next level here with some more stimulating debate.

Friday, October 06, 2006

The blog is up!

I will be blogging at MPR for the next month, month and a half or there abouts:


Check it out!

Thursday, September 21, 2006

What's wrong with Hugo?

So Hugo Chavez goes out blasting the president at the UN. Like most pompous dictators he got a standing ovation from the rest of the world oppressors. What does this say about him? Well he obviously can't accept that a country like America is free to elect someone he doesn't like, unlike his country where he seized power in a vastly fraudulent election.

But the topper to the story is this...Charles Rangel came out blasting Chavez for his comments...Sort of. He spent 2 minutes kissing Hugo's rear end and about 2 seconds criticizing him. The only thing I find more odd is the silence on the behalf of the Republican party. But In all fairness, criticizing Bush is one of Charles biggest pass times so it is no wonder he didn't want to sound like a maniacal crazy dictator.

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Thought of the Day

Radical Rosie O'Donnelism is as much a threat as Radical Islam.

That is all

Thursday, September 07, 2006

The party is over

I have been thinking about ej's comments and while I am sure he wont visit me again, I do know this...He accuses me of acting like a democrat and then tells me that because I am not backing the endorsed candidate and defying the endorsed candidate by campaigning against him, I cannot possibly be anything but a democrat. It amazes me at the hipocracy of this statement. The party that claims the other is anything but and the resort to attacks and name calling simply isn't befitting of a true conservative. Because I don't agree with ej he simply tells me that I am a democrat. If he was true to his party, he wouldn't be assaulting me because I differ in view with him but would engage me in honest and open debate. The fact that he has not return indicates quite clearly to me that he is neither honest nor open to new ideas, and when that happens you elect people like Tim Pawlenty who are not honest, and are not open. The slide to the left progresses and then people wonder what happened to the good ole days when we had a capitalistic society and low taxes.

ej, this is a calling to you...If you believe that Sue Jeffers isn't the right candidate respond and tell me why in an honest, no name calling, debate of facts and issues. If you can't do this, if you won't do this, then you are no better than the democrat you claimed me to be.

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

The D stands for Defeat

I often wonder how long the democrats want to string out our security in the name of "Freedom". Then the president comes out and says that he is going to grant geneva rights to the terrorists. So here I am thinking that the world is going to go well and boom, the president smacks me in the forehead saying we are going to try the terrorists with all rights and privileges there in...

So my question today is when do we begin to clean up our dead? You know that some judge is going to let one of these bastards out and boom, literally. Seeing as the military papers are telling pro-troop groups to get the hell out, it seems only logical one is going let a terrorist out. When the terrorists realize that they will live in comfy cozy quarters for the rest of their life because they are given geneva rights they will reign down on us a fury that has never been seen. It is not a question of if, but now when.

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

It wasn't us, really!

Moveon.org had some posters to their forums posting in very hateful speach against jews and joe lieberman. Now to many people it would seem quite logical that the group that is so anti-war would dislike Joe with a passion would resort to their kind of hate filled speech. But the kicker of course, the absolute great line of the story, was this:

He added that most of the comments were not made by MoveOn members and suggested it could be an effort by conservatives to "target" the group, and said any effort to tie the rants to MoveOn was "wrong."
Yes, because we all know how much conservatives hate the Jews, especially Joe Lieberman

Sunday, September 03, 2006

Libertarian, what, who?

Normally someone like like ej's comments I would have deleted simply because he cannot seem to put together a good coherent thought without resulting to personal attacks and anger as a resolve. Sue will win the primary. But I wanted to address some core concerns of his that moved me. He claimed that Minnesota politics will become more divided than ever, The problem is that they are already divided. Most of the people voting for Sue WILL NOT be voting for pawlenty. It is not my fault he could not keep conservative values.

But I really love the attack that this is a state where conservatives get voted out. Norm Coleman ran on a conservative ticket and won. Tim Pawlenty ran on a conservative ticket and won. 1/2 of the House and Senate ran on a conservative ticket and won. Mark Kennedy is running on a conservative ticket and will win. Conservatism wins every time it is run and when you are forced to decide between a liberal like Hatch or a liberal like pawlenty, you are then relegated to a moot vote. Voting for hatch or voting for pawlenty is pretty much one in the same.

Let me make this clear, I have no plans of voting for hatch, but after the slew of very personal insults that pawlenty threw at me at the state fair last year, and his policies of tax and spend, I will not vote for him either.

Oh, and to EJ who couldn't figure out the very simply comment system, you post your comments AFTER the post you are commenting on, not before it.

To Promote?

As usualy my life is a triumph of politics 24 hours a day and this week has been no difference. However one thing sticks out in my mind that I want to expand on. I had a discussion with my parents regarding Sue Jeffers. The discussion had many points but there is one that I wanted to touch on briefly. They made the statement that Sue needed to make herself aware to non-politically aware people. Now my parents do not share much of my core conservative and intellectual prowess so this didn't strike me as too odd, however the fact that they wanted to be told that there was an alternative did strike me. Now, I am of the camp that voting is not a privilage that should be shared with the populace. People who come in an vote because one candidate "looks better" or because they are male/female/AFCIO/white/black/whatever is just plain retarded. I have never voted solely on party lines and neither should anyone else. I remember the first election I ever went to was a school board election. I went in with no clue who anyone was and I voted but felt very stupid afterwards. I had never heard of anyone and voted fairly randomly. It was then that I realized I need to study who is on the ballot beforehand. The next election had a couple dozen judges of which I knew each one and who I wanted to vote for. There was no confusion as to who was good or who was bad. I knew because I had to study. Now there is the side point here that Minnesota prevents judges from running a true political election campaign or get endorsements so this is different but the same remains that I knew who every person was on that ballot and where they stood.

So the question is, should a political candidate be forced to shove themselves in front of voters? This particular laziness is not the candidates problem and by ignoring choices when they are available and actually doing some homework you negate your vote and encourage incumbancy. Aside from this it ensures that only the super rich, those who can get large contributions, throw huge fund raisers, and get endorsements are the only ones who will get into office. The problem with this is the stupid people, the ones who don't want to have to do anything other than show up, get incredible power to act like idiots. They are allowed to vote for someone of which they know nothing about. They could be voting for someone who has pledged to exterminate all the jews and yet they have not done the due diligence to figure out the stance of the person they are voting for.

Now the standard response is that we need spending limits and money removed from politics. Hogwash. First, the ability to spend money to buy ad's and campaign materials is fundamental to obtaining political office. If you limit the ability of a campaign to spend money how they see fit, you eliminate a lot of things like yard signs, bumper stickers, and many other little freebies that people get in order to promote a candidate. Second and more importantly, the ability to buy ad time or buy public functions to speak is a fundamental right...Congress shall make no law...

Now for the solution. A small, easy test before you can vote. Every candidate on the ballot is listed, you must correctly identify their party and what office they are running for. To appease the liberals and the lazy (usually one in the same) everyone will still be allowed to vote, however only those who score 90% or better on the test get their votes circular filed.

Saturday, September 02, 2006

Sue Sue Sue!

Today I realized that tim pawlenty is hated by democrats as much as Bush... I am now rallying democrats to vote in the republican primary to oust pawlenty by voting for Sue! The revolution has begun!

Friday, September 01, 2006

MPR Blogs

Well I was selected as a "centrist" voter by MPR and asked to make contributions to their blog so starting in about 2 weeks I will be on MPR's blog found here:


I will still post here but be noted I will probably link my posts there from here.

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

If at first you don't succeed, scare scare again...

I am watching 20/20 and their "Worst disasters that could happen to the world" or some such nonsense. It has been quite interesting at points, and others quite absurd. For example the claim that we should not blow up an asteroid that would eliminate life on earth because it would create many more smaller asteroids that would cause massive damage. That's all fine and good, let's just all die rather than let a few buildings be destroyed. Especially if you blew up an asteroid into many smaller peices much of it would burn up in the atmosphere. But that wasn't what spurred me to write.

Al Gore is blathering on about global warming. Of course ABC does it's dues to show the reasons why global warming isn't true...Oh wait it's over and they never even mentioned it. In fact they insisted that there is no discussion about whether global warming exists. They compare scientists and people who refute the "reality of golbal warming" to holocaust denyers. These people have resorted to name calling and threats to make people silent. It is a sad day indeed.

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Out of the blue

Some of you may have wondered where I have been. I made a whole bunch of life changes in a short amount of time thus I have been out of the loop but I have been politcally active leaving me little time to get to my blog or other things.

I have however been selected to blog for MPR which I am sure I won't be allowed to repost my rantings from there to here but I will link them every time I make a new post there in addition to my own posts here which will become more frequent.

However I am violently in the throws of trying to get Sue Jeffers to win the primary election on September 12th and have constructed a letter to all my friends to forward on and if you live in Minnesota, please pass it to your friends and if you dont reside in our great state pass it along to someone you may know here, thank you.

Without further ado, my letter:

I write to you today to consider for your September 12th Primary election candidate to be Sue Jeffers. Sue is running against governor Pawlenty for the Republican Party ticket spot for the November election. On September 12th the primary election will be held to decide between Sue Jeffers and current Governor Tim Pawlenty. If you don't know about Sue, she is a business owner in Minneapolis who first made the political spotlight in her opposition to the smoking ban in Minneapolis. She was the leader of a coalition of business owners who felt that their ability to run their own business was under assault. She has since realized that this is not just a Republican or Democrat issue as Republicans aren't the lesser of two evils; instead a Republican is the worst of two evils - big government with no opposition. She has a full list of issue's on her website http://www.suejeffers.org/issues.php, please check it out and vote for her. Primary elections tend to be low in voters and she needs all the help she can get, and so does the great state of Minnesota! With a turnout of less than 100,000 people expected, we can propel Sue to the front of the ticket and show the Big Spending, Big Government, Liars in the Republican party that we are fed up with the same "Good ole boy" politics!

Please pass this on if you have had pawlenty of "fee's", pawlenty of taxes, pawlenty of the lies, and pawlenty of Pawlenty

Wednesday, May 10, 2006


Supposed I said to you that Big Child Care was driving up the cost to watch your children, or that Big Pizza was gouging you on your Large Pepperoni Pizzas. You would look at me like a mad man. But why has it becomes accepted that "Big" Oil, "Big" Tobacco, "Big" Cable and on and on and on, have become some kind of bad entity? When did "Big" becomes equal to "Bad"? Last I remember Microsoft is one of the biggest entities in the world, and yet they aren't "Big" OS or "Big" Software. Plus it is not even an implication that all these companies are in something together. Oil companies fight a fierce fight over who is going to pull marketshare. "Big" is a buzzword to make you think that somehow bigger is badder when the exact opposite is true.

Big companies like Walmart get so much scorn from liberal organizations who think that the only business that should exist is small business. The reason liberals cling to small businesses is because they will never accumulate wealth at any substantial rate. If you take a leap and open 3 or 4 new stores over the state, you get bigger. Bigger is better for you because you now are making more money and better for the consumer because your products are both more available and the bigger discounts you can pull by being a larger company.

Tuesday, April 25, 2006



My absence was probably hardly noticed but I think that I have to get back into the groove. Political season is in swing and things are happening. Now, the local radio scenes has changed a lot in the last month or so. A lot of programs I liked switched around, left, or changed stations thus I am scrambling to figure out who I am going to listen to at any given time. Torn. I like to listen to Rush Limbaugh from time to time as he makes some good points, usually after I have made them, but good points none the less. So I have tried listening to the station he is now on. It drives me insane. They have almost exclusively two personalities on each program. Fair and balanced or some such bull. I do like it, but for them to have five programs every day like that, just not my thing. Especially when some of them are retarded and will quite often resort to a "OMG BUSH=HITLER+KKK!!!!!111".

But as I listen, I hear some of the dumbest people call in. One such person suggested a boycott of gas station goods aside from gas. He wants us to buy only gas from gas stations and nothing else. So these businesses will complain and lower gas prices because no one is paying for anything besides gas....sounds like a great plan? I know, I used those same words. First, this plan, especially in the state of Minnesota, means nothing to gas stations. There is a mandatory 6% markup on gasoline in the state by law, thus the gas station owners are making money on the gas. Second, it makes the assumption that gas station owners won't INCREASE their prices to make up for the lost revenues from the other goods. Now, while there may be competition between gas stations, if they are all losing money, they will all raise prices. This plan makes me baffled that some people are allowed to operate in the business world.

I have stumbled onto a group of people that cannot fathom economics. I have never taken an economics course. I have never studied economics in depth. I did study history and historical trends and when one thing happens, another thing happens, such as tax cuts and economic stimulus. Now, there is something that happens when people like this are allowed to infiltrate the ranks of normal people. They destroy businesses. Ken Lay is one of these people and look at what happened. These same people are the ones who suggest boycotting certain gas stations because it will signify that oil from x country isn't what the American people want. But I digress...

Gas prices what they are, people seem to be taking all the roads but the right one. You have the government figureheads running around screaming "Gouging" and "Price Fixing" and "Monopoly". You have the common man saying that it is OPEC's fault. You also have the people saying that it is good because people will change their driving habits. The people all seem to not understand the basic price for gas.....DEMAND!!!

There is a map here showing the cost by county for the entire country. Take a look at it. If the cost of gas was really a constant and mattered in either of the peoples comments above, it would be as diverse as it is. There are 3 things that are driving gasoline prices and no one seems to be talking about them. I will clear them up now.

1. Too many states have different requirements for "clean gas". California has much stricter standards for the quality of their gas, more additives, lower emissions and thus add to the cost of the fuel plus since California is the only state to require such additives, the cost goes way up because they have a high demand, but only a few refineries can produce it. Meanwhile, states like Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana have low requirements for petrol production and are clustered together using the same type of gasoline thus making it easy to produce and ship. Minnesota currently has a low requirement for fuel additives versus our neighbors in Wisconsin and have a lower gasoline price because of it. However we will join California prices very soon when the ethanol requirement goes to a minimum of 20% (thus destroying everyone's car engines too...Did you know it takes more energy to produce ethanol than it generates? More on that later).

2. There is a low supply of petrol across the nation even though there is an ample supply of oil. The oil cost of gasoline is but a tiny fraction of the cost. Only half the cost is crude oil. Over 40% goes to taxes and refineries in about a 50/50 split between them. The cost in taxes is about 60 cents on a $3 a gallon gasoline. Boot the government and gas comes down a lot, especially since the gasoline tax is spent on things that aren't even close to being associated with gasoline. Also, boost the refineries that can open, remove envirowacko policies that are preventing people from opening new businesses to compete. That 20+% of the refining costs will quickly drop to 2-5%. Boom, instantly we are over $1 per gallon less than we were before. Then we just need to hurt the oil traders.

If you don't understand this after reading it a couple times, please do the world a favor and sell your car and live in a hippie enclave.

Saturday, February 25, 2006

Even Arnold hates me

Ummm...when did I become the public hated enemy?

Monday, February 13, 2006

To my readers

I apologize for inferior posting abilities as of late. I have recently done some things I am very very not proud of...Even the confines of the internet can not hold what I did and to my readers I truly apologize. I will get back to a regular posting starting in March. Maybe by then all the things I did will make more sense or at least have resolution. Until then I want to thank everyone for what they have done to spread my message throughout the world.

Thank you.

Friday, February 03, 2006


NWA has filed for bankruptcy and again the unions have decided that it is very possible to get MORE money out of a company that has none. They have opted to strike if NWA does not meet their demands while a bankruptcy judge is going to hear a case to nulify their contracts. So let us a see here, a judge is going to consider the pilots union case MORE favorably when the pilots know that the company is in bankruptcy and they are asking for more money?

Yeah, I dont understand liberals either....

Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Why the Vile?

I dont understand what people are so enraged about over this editorial "I dont support the troops". Anyone with an ounce of common sense already understands that the troops are the war and without the troops there would be no war thus support for troops equals support for the war. Right?

Now we have a leftist ADMITTING that their position is just that, they dont support the troops and we are flaming him over it? Please people, realize that this is a GOOD THING. The truth will set you free (and win us more elections).

Tuesday, January 24, 2006


Even the leftists are starting to admit the truth....

I DON'T SUPPORT our troops. This is a particularly difficult opinion to have, especially if you are the kind of person who likes to put bumper stickers on his car. Supporting the troops is a position that even Calvin is unwilling to urinate on.

I'm sure I'd like the troops. They seem gutsy, young and up for anything. If you're wandering into a recruiter's office and signing up for eight years of unknown danger, I want to hang with you in Vegas.

And I've got no problem with other people — the ones who were for the Iraq war — supporting the troops. If you think invading Iraq was a good idea, then by all means, support away. Load up on those patriotic magnets and bracelets and other trinkets the Chinese are making money off of.

But I'm not for the war. And being against the war and saying you support the troops is one of the wussiest positions the pacifists have ever taken — and they're wussy by definition. It's as if the one lesson they took away from Vietnam wasn't to avoid foreign conflicts with no pressing national interest but to remember to throw a parade afterward.

It's about time someone took them to task

Monday, January 23, 2006


I have taken some great interest in Canadian politics as of late with greater enthusiasm every day. The liberal party has gone to great strides to try to slander Stephen Harper, the conservative candidate. Well a few geniuses came up with the Subliminal Party of Canada....A liberal parody ad site.

A few of my favorites:

Sith Lord
Evil Bastard [American] Friends

Choose your Canda!

Sunday, January 22, 2006

And then life happened

I apologize for the recent recess, I have been very distracted as of late. I shall make it up tomorrow though. Stay tuned!
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