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  1. I'm too busy for a big write-up today (Road Report would suck anyway, we ate McDonalds before the show and drove straight home and went to bed after), but some highlights.... Pretty cool that Orange made a point to hop down off the ramp to give Harrison a high five (or whatever you call Orange's lazy version of it). He made a point to come over to him in Lexington a couple months ago, too. Pretty cool that it showed up on the broadcast this time. After Copeland's segment, he came over to Har for a high five and gave him a little head pat. It was really sweet. Har's been watching all these WWE videos on YouTube made by randoms, and I guess he saw something that really built Edge up as a legend, so he was SUPER excited he was even on the show. Biggest disappointment of the night was that Penta didn't come over to him. That three-way match for Rampage was exactly what you'd think a three-way with those three would look like. So, your mileage may vary. It was a fun show live. Place wasn't super-packed, but the crowd had energy. People were even into the last match of the Rampage taping (Garcia/Trent). Watched a bit of Dynamite this morning, and we could see ourselves a few times. I'm wearing a pink Bret Hart shirt, so it stood out a bit. I was feeling guilty on the way home for keeping him up so late on a school night. We didn't get home until almost midnight. But, on our way home, he said, "That was like the best day I've ever had!" It made me realize that one day at school being a little tired is nothing compared to seeing something he may remember fondly for the rest of his life.
    12 points
  2. This sucks and I really don't see the upside for AEW.
    11 points
  3. Apologies for posting mid-show, but if you saw Orange hop off the ramp to high five a kid, that was my son!
    10 points
  4. Timeless Toni gave Tony S an orange. While eating it, he got some juice in his eye... It... STIIIIIIIIINGS! Hey, Tony S, what is that thing Darby Allin is wearing around his neck to support his injured shoulder? It's (a)... SSSSLLLLLLIIIIIINNNNNGGGG! Hey Tony S, what sound does your penis make when you see Britt Baker? It's... I have zero notes about the actual wrestling.
    8 points
  5. Orange/Claudio was awesome, loved the finishing counter. Surprised the Embassy just won the trios titles back just like that. Thought for sure the Elite would hold them until at least Final Battle, their reign felt kind of pointless in retrospect since they never did any ROH shows. Great commentary banter when Callis was out there for the tag. Instinctively, one of my first thoughts was worrying that Paul Wight would turn heel when the match comes around, but I hope not. Thought Shida/Willow was very solid. Loved the swerve with Skye not turning. Cole telling Roderick "I can hear you, you don't have to yell dude" is always great. Fun main event and post-match. "You fucking scissor him NOW!" Happy 60th Birthday Billy Gunn!
    6 points
  6. For a lot of people, at least based on Reactions on the Internet, it's bringing in a known sex pest at a time when a lot of the hardcore fans are losing faith and interest in the programs.
    5 points
  7. I thought Claudio/OC was beautifully laid out. Claudio did some nice subtle (by wrestling standards) acting to sell his anger turning to frustration. OC's hope spots and Claudio's cutoffs were all timed really well. The sequence with the deadlift beach break to Claudio doing the OC roll out of the ring while Cassidy desperately tries to keep him in was a work of art and the very best kind of mirroring. And the finish with Claudio putting a little too much mustard on the powerbomb lift which gave OC the space to counter into the rana was a brilliant bit of business. I think my one knock is that you didn't need the Hook/Yuta stuff in the middle. Agree with Matt that Mox/OC two needs some kind of a stipulation. I popped pretty good for the blue mist, even if she mostly missed Julia's face.
    5 points
  8. It's bad that I was like "there are a lot of people who meet that definition, and I legitimately can't remember which fuckface this is", isn't it?
    4 points
  9. On screen? Sure I can agree with that. But he's one of the most recognizable wrestlers in the history of the business. There's a ton of ways to make money with him and off of his name that doesn't even require him to be on TV. Shirts, action figures, DLC for the game. Having a name TV & business to business execs will know and have heard of will always have value in negotiations. On screen I mean they can at least get as much use out of him as Arn & Tully & Jake. A random pre tape with MJF and Flair has character value for MJF. A random FTR promo with Flair or them needing him in their corner in Charlotte or Atlanta has value. Flair helping Andrade find his mojo has value. Flair doing promo shit with Lethal & Jarrett has value. There's things they could do that are worthwhile. I understand if he has worn out his welcome with people. That's totally fine to not enjoy him personally, but I find it pretty hard to believe all the people reacting negatively can't at least grasp the potential value he could bring even if you don't enjoy him personally.
    4 points
  10. I mean they really don't have a home video release component that would warrant needing a ton of footage.
    4 points
  11. Get ready for so much Wooo! Energy spam.
    4 points
  12. Yeah, conceptually the idea of a wrestler getting a lil crush on another wrestler and not knowing how not to be weird about it isn't a bad idea but the execution has missed the mark. The best part has been Billy and Bowen getting increasingly exasperated with Max acting like a weirdo. "Dammit, Max, we hid back here for nothing!" was a hell of a delivery.
    4 points
  13. I'm gonna start asking for a paycheck one of these days
    4 points
  14. Tony Khan hit an all-time low by making the ticket pre-sale date for All In 2024 as a big announcement tonight. Hyping that up like that was ridiculous and embarrassing. You don't advertise garbage like that ahead of time. You have the announcers mention it during the broadcast. You can even air a short promo, but hyping it up the way they did was utter nonsense.
    4 points
  15. I love OC and Claudio and really dug the match for the most part but getting a little burnt out on "heel controls most of it then the face hits one or two killshots," guess I'm still annoyed at Seth/Nakamura LMS from a few weeks ago. When OC lost his title I was hoping it would let him explore other avenues like building himself back up, maybe Best Friends chasing the trios titles, or maybe building himself up to face MJF. Him getting back the title never felt right and I'm hoping he doesn't drop it to Mox for a rewind of what should have been Mox's run? I guess OC gets his win back at Full Gear. Loving the locker room not having MJF's back in this for totally valid reasons. When he said he had one group left I was REALLY hoping it was gonna be House of Black and he was going to have to go into their spooky red room. The Planet Jarrett reveal was fun though. I noticed Willow's eye looked normal tonight which I think was the first time since she got misted. I like how there's a little ambiguity now of Skye not being with Julia now but also not with Willow again either. Hoping this storyline is a showcase since all 3 of them seem to have really good upside. The Julia Hart Glow Up has been really fun to watch this year. That post main drama with Billy getting in MJF's face "AFTER EVERYTHING HE'S DONE FOR YOU" was -chef's kiss-. I really hate reading about how AEW's ratings are down when this is the most entertaining the overall show has been in a while. Little long term touches still having an effect. Jericho rightly not wanting to give MJF the time of day, Wardlow and Max's history, Jeri-show of all things. Also, Shida shit-canning Toni Storma Desmond tonight was pretty great.
    4 points
  16. 3 points
  17. I'll be dead serious I haven't watched TNA in years but I happened to catch it on their YTTV channel yesterday and there's a four way tag coming up with Hawkins/Ryder, the MCMGs, Rhyno/Heath Slater, and I wanna say the Hooligans, that kinda piqued my interest from a 'what will this even be' perspective
    3 points
  18. No no, TNA is converting into TNA 2.0
    3 points
  19. I'm not enjoying AEW's conversion into TNA 2.0
    3 points
  20. I ran camera for them on three weekends in 2022. I'm not going to pretend like I was privy to all kinds of insider, backstage info or anything. I will say, though, that everyone I dealt with, from wrestlers to ring crew to any sort of staff, was very professional and very friendly and helpful. Because of that, I've really been rooting for the company since then. I'm glad to see that it's paying off. They were a ton of fun to work with and I hope I get to do it again sometime.
    3 points
  21. Well, actually... Anyway, about the episode: Opener was excellent, counter into the giantswing was ace! The post match was awkward. I thought fora second that Claudio was going to attack Moxley for some reason. OC vs Mox 2 will probably not dissapoint. Glad that Cage, Bishop and Toa got their belts back. Hangman Swerve 2 should kick ass. I thought it would be a Texas Death Match, though. The MJF segments throughout the show were really good character development. He also had the opportunity to team with the biggest slimeballs around, and he eventually chose to swallow his pride and team with The Assclaimed instead. Yet, he still hates Darby, and is scared of Joe and Wardlow. And Jericho still hates him. All good stuff. Paul Wight cold-cocking Fletscher was hilarious. In a street fight, Jericho and co should just keep throwing Callis Family members at him, so he can keep intercepting them with punches mid-air! Shida vs Willow got intense by the end. Yeah, Willow seemingly fought off the mist, and Skye Blue is embracing it in a different way that Julia expected. Timeless Toni will be the champion, though. Jay pinning MJF was huge for him, but MJF still won by growing as a human once again, after the match. Both Gunns are slowly but surely starting to show their father's "genetics", physique wise. Copeland is pandering a bit, no? Well, at least he's ready to fight Christian Cage now! Did I see a member of this message board in the crowd, there? Someone looked familar! Was anyone there in person?
    3 points
  22. New gimmick idea just dropped for a wrestler who won’t have conventional entrance music but will play a trumpet to announce his/her arrival.
    3 points
  23. The go woke / go broke folks want The Marvels to bomb, so fuck them. I'm going on opening night and taking my daughter and all of her friends with me.
    3 points
  24. Keep his wife’s name out your mouth, etc etc
    3 points
  25. I can't argue with anything Rich Eisen said. McDaniels and Ziegler should have never been hired in the first place. Garoppolo is going to be scapegoated, but he was doing the best he could against the Lions. Poor guy looked like he just got out of the hospital and was mugged on the way to Starbucks. Let me once again praise the Lions for helping get rid of two of the Raiders latest mistakes.
    3 points
  26. I mean if Moxley really *has* to get his boy Sami Callihan a job, this seems the best idea for it.
    3 points
  27. I am morbidly curious what happens when Flair gets in front of the wrong (right) crowd. They booed Hogan's name pretty big a few weeks ago. There was a surprise pop for Flair first time out since no one was expecting it but a month or so in... @NoFistsJustFlips, you seem to have a different idea of Flair's current mental acumen than the rest of us do.
    2 points
  28. You're right. It was BOTH A_K and Dolphman 3000 I had to tell that to. Neither are currently among us anymore, which I totally support.
    2 points
  29. There's Central States episodes on YouTube that I haven't watched. I wonder if I'm gonna feel the energy of "this was a show that originally aired on Sunday Mornings" all over All-Star Wrestling. Seriously, a bunch of other territories put their local TV on Saturdays and KC was on Sundays head to head with televangelists. But yeah the place was a bit of a "begin or end your career here" territory
    2 points
  30. Oh you can always tear down and start over. LV might have to move Crosby and Adams for draft capital this off-season and really tear it down to the studs. Also I'm not sure if counts as a rebuild when you whiff on nearly every draft pick for a half decade straight. (Round these parts that's called "pulling a Matt Millen.")
    2 points
  31. They’re energy drink people trying to glom off of Ric Flair in 2023. I figure they’re not exactly in a position of strength here The whole thing is almost destined to end with Ric getting bored and hoping that he can get released so that he go back to being a WWE charity case.
    2 points
  32. Not if you never knew you were in a rebuild to begin with.
    2 points
  33. Listening to Werner Herzog giving his thoughts on Wrestlemania/WWE was not what I expected on Conan O'Brien's podcast!!! Even better is Werner referring to Linda Mcmahon as Vince's "Alleged Wife" and the commenting on "Here Comes Honey Boo-Boo"!! James
    2 points
  34. Re: the MCU article, I’d be fine with High Evolutionary being revealed as a Kang variant and recast Iwuji as Kang. I think their overall problem is the perfect storm of the pandemic hitting and delaying everything at a time when they were hitting a reset with new franchises for Phase IV, forcing them to go without the bigger franchises/interconnected stores for a while.
    2 points
  35. SOFT & QUIET (Beth de Araújo, 2022) IMDB SELECTED BY Rippa The simple reason is because it was on Netflix and it showed up on a bunch of MOST UNDERRATED HORROR~! lists. The bigger reason was around my feelings with what folks actively look for in movie reviews nowadays and how much of it is about the movie itself vs how much is it about *waves arms* whatever the fuck it is they want to perceive in the world. REVIEWED BY @Execproducer I went into Soft & Quiet completely blind, not having ever heard of it nor ever seeing a trailer. I was, however, somewhat primed for it by reading a news story about a Franklin, Tennessee mayoral candidate who showed up to a meeting escorted by a white nationalist group and telling her audience "you reap what you sow". Film opens with kindergarten teacher Emily (Stephanie Estes) in a school restroom having an emotional reaction to a pregnancy test. She soon gathers herself and exits outside. The film purports to be in real time so the camera follows her out. We then get a Richard Linkletter-style shot where she passes by a Latina custodian and the camera reverses course ahead of the woman as she moves forward until her path is crossed by a young boy and now the camera is following him around the front of the building where we see Emily emerge from the front entrance, now carrying a pie. The boy is a former student of her class so she chats with him while he waits for his mother to pick him up. Emily asks him if he'd like to see the pie and removes the tin foil covering it to show him something we can't see (yet). Noticing the custodian inside the building, she convinces the boy to go tell her that she is never to mop while there are still students who might possibly injure themselves slipping on the wet floor. While that is going on the boy's mother arrives and Emily tells her that he was nearly seriously injured! Fuck, I can see where this is going. Emily, pie in hand, then heads towards a nearby church for a planned meeting with other like-minded women. She is forming a community group to, umm, address some local issues. This being "real-time" we get the obligatory walking scenes. Along the way, she receives a collect call from jail that she ignores. We will learn later that this is her brother. Near the church she runs into Leslie (Olivia Luccardi). Fresh out of prison, she is the new employee of Kim (Dana Millican) , a local store owner who has invited Leslie to attend the meeting. Everyone arrives and adjourns to the meeting room of the church where Emily proudly reveals her homemade cherry pie to the group. Of course there is a fucking swastika carved into the crust. And so begins the inaugural meeting of the Daughters for Aryan Unity. Soon the group is individually airing their grievances. There is Marjorie (Eleanore Pienta), passed over for promotion in favor of a Columbian co-worker. Next is Alice (Rekah Wiggins) who goes on a mini anti-BLM rant. Then Jessica (Shannon Mahoney), daughter of a former KKK leader who says she is "active in StormFront" and pregnant with her fifth child. Then store owner Kim chimes in with her antipathy for Jew bankers, illegal immigrants and "colored kids". She wants to use her journalism degree to help the group counteract that damned Jew controlled media. And finally Leslie, who misses her racist prison friends and being in an environment where she is told when and where to go. She believes she has found that kind of "stability" with Kim and her family. Her desire to be a follower will be somewhat contradicted later as her and Emily will ultimately come into conflict for control of the group. A priest pulls Emily aside and tells her to take her group and leave. Yes, it is a Catholic church. I guess these idiots aren't old school enough to know they're supposed to hate them too! Not that the good Father expresses any moral objections to what is going on here. He just doesn't want any trouble. That is probably a little harsh, but this movie has me a LOT harsh. Like I'm about to J.T. my TV. Emily makes an excuse to move the proceedings to her home. Alice and Jessica depart for other commitments and the rest of the group head out to Kim's store to get some refreshments before going to Emily's place. At the store, two Asian-American sisters, Anne (Melissa Paulo) and Lily (Cissy Ly) enter to purchase a bottle of wine. Kim, obviously fired-up from all of that sweet flowin' hatred, works against her own economic interests by attempting to throw them out. This leads to a brief conversation about federal law and Kim being, in Lily's words, " a tired old cunt", thus having insufficient reason to deny service. Yup, that is going to set this group off. Anne recognizes Emily and lets her sister know that she is "his sister". So it becomes clear that he is in jail for sexually assaulting Anne. Also sheds light on why she ignored his call. Race betrayer!. Anne wants to leave but Marjorie blocks the door. Emily bullies Anne into paying $300 dollars for a bottle of wine. As they attempt to leave again things get heated with slurs and pushing and shoving. Kim pulls a gun and tells the sisters to leave. Outside, Lily offers the parting shot that Emily's brother is likely to learn what it means to be raped in prison. This naturally causes Emily to freak out just as her husband Craig (Jon Beavers) arrives. With the group now riled up, Leslie has the brilliant idea to go vandalize the sister's home which is met with enthusiastic approval from the other ladies. Though clearly not a good guy, Craig nonetheless isn't down with his wife going around committing felonies and attempts to de-escalate the situation. This leads to Emily delivering one of the cringiest rhetorical castrations you are ever likely to hear. Well, if you can't talk sense to them, join 'em! Craig instructs everyone to leave their phones behind and is lauded for his knowledge of avoiding police detection. Emily knows where Anne lives because she has been keeping tabs on her. They find the house empty except for a small pup and locate an extra key stashed outside and enter. Craig stands guard and gives them five minutes to do what they want but his attempts at maintaining mission discipline go largely ignored. They hear Anne pull up and Craig tells everyone to hide. Anne opens the door but senses trouble and attempts to flee. Craig grabs her while trying to assure her it's all a joke and they are going to leave but this is where Leslie starts to go full crazy and ties Anne up. Craig tries to get everyone to follow him but runs into Lily outside and ends up dragging her into the house. Unable to get anyone to follow his lead, he basically decides he has committed his last felony for the day and leaves, no doubt to get his affairs in order. This is where things rapidly fly downhill as the group dynamic boils over like teenage hormones as some wilt and others rise to the sick occasion. What happens next is torture, rape with an object (fortunately off, or more accurately, beneath screen), a death and a hint of possible justice. Let me just get the few positives out of the way. The real time aspect was achieved by filming run-throughs over a four day period, beginning at the exact same time everyday in order to match the day to night time frame. The bulk of the film comes from the fourth day with bits inserted from the previous ones. The actresses are mostly familiar faces though Olivia Luccardi is the only one I immediately recognized from her stint on Orange is the New Black. The acting is also uniformly good though I found Luccardi just a touch over the top. This appears to be the first feature for director Beth de Araújo and she is clearly talented. The film is well paced and even the couple of walking scenes are effectively used for character development. Yeah, for me at least, that about does it for positive. I've read a few reviews that talk up the suspense but I felt none at all. I found everything that happens after the Daughters meet the sisters to be fairly predictable with actions leading to obvious reactions. Torture via rubbing food all over someones face and jamming it into their mouths? Bet someone has a food allergy. Yup. This is a slow moving, disgusting, infuriating car wreck. Even the very last shot is telegraphed a mile away. I'd watch a double feature of Requiem for a Dream and Grave of the Fireflies a hundred times before I'd ever watch this again. Apparently inspired by the Central Park bird watching incident, it plays more like a twisted, hateful, female version of Lord of the Flies. I guess I'm just not into the kind of horror that actually occurs in real life and quite frankly this doesn't even qualify as horror. It's American History X minus any type of redemptive angle. Maybe I'd have a slightly less negative opinion if not for the times we live in but probably not. So, with sincere apologies and absolutely no judgement towards whoever chose this, FUCK THIS FILM!!!! Looking forward to next year. EDITOR'S NOTE Well well well - look who ruined Exec's Halloween this year. It is on Netflix
    2 points
  36. I'm going back and re-watching all the Dynamites from the beginning and it is genuinely shocking how much shittier the production is now, especially for backstage stuff. They were actually doing interesting things with lighting and framing and depth of focus that they don't even attempt anymore. The sound mixing has always been ass, though.
    2 points
  37. Some pre-Kabuki Great Kabuki from 1980 Central States: With postmatch mic work from a guy who speaks some English but not a huge amount.
    2 points
  38. Said the following before, AEW needs to upload some full matches on YouTube like WWE and ROH does.
    2 points
  39. I mean... MJF has said no. He's not interested. To continue to press in the way they've been doing it, where Caster's coming off like a stalker since he's always where MJF is present, is creepy. I'm not sure why not respecting consent is seen as romantic (and yes, I see most 1980s teen romcoms as creepy), but there's ways to do an unrequited love story that doesn't involve "I'm always going to be where you are until you say yes".
    2 points
  40. Thoughts about what I caught from this episode: Kyle Fletcher looks like the Merovingian now Will Hobbs yelled "I hate giants!" Jay White needs to cheat more and for some reason the first person I thought of as a comparison was Super Delfin I liked the main event
    2 points
  41. Softening consumer confidence among the couple hundred people participating on Cagematch? Sounds purely vibes based.
    2 points
  42. I thought this was a pretty decent episode. It really did a great job of advancing feuds. Match wise wasn’t their best, outside of the awesome Claudio-OC, but every match felt like it meant something.
    2 points
  43. I hope now that the payoff happened this MJF/Acclaimed thing can go away as Max Castor basically being a creep/borderline sexual harasser is something I'd rather not be a thing any longer.
    2 points
  44. I think it’s a little suspicious that Curt got Kurt’s movie and Kurt got Curt’s movie. Coincidence? Or Psychic Phenomenon?
    2 points
  45. THE RUINS (Carter Smith, 2008) IMDB SELECTED BY @Lawful Metal My daughter just read the book and was thoroughly traumatized, so can I request The Ruins? No idea if its been done before, but damn I loved the book. REVIEWED BY @Curt McGirt This might as well have been tailor made for me. Beginning of last week I missed a step and had to start running down some stairs, kept running (this was an outside staircase up to a second-floor landing, and the house was set on a hill), and went down on my knees in the parking lot... which was made of large, sharp rocks. I got two puncture wounds, skinned both knees and ended up with seven stitches in the right one that have to go on Sunday. As you'll see -- fitting. Anyway, this opens with two couples of 20-something white kids at a Mexican resort in Cancun or somewhere, lounging around the pool. They drink margaritas and talk until one notices a missing earring and says a gobstopper of a line: "That was my favorite earring." Not "these are my favorite earrings", THAT... was her favorite earring, singular. Well! Now that we know what we're in for... The earring is immediately found by some young stud with a deep German accent and apparently his brother is out scouting some location in the jungle and he's supposed to meet up with him tomorrow, would you young pieces of cannon fodder like to come along? Of course they do! So, in the morning after one of them drinks too much and pukes in the toilet that morning, they pay some random Mexican to drive them up to somewheres in the jungle and find a spot prior mapped out that was apparently ancient Mayan ruins. They move like two, three branches and voila, the path! Which is extremely stupid for soon obvious reasons. The kids go down the trail and find an immense Mayan temple covered in vines that have what look like cannabis leaves on them. Soon as they show up some locals do too that don't even speak Spanish, are yelling at them in probably Mayan or something, and they end up shooting the dude that came with the German right in the face after an arrow in the shoulder. Uh oh -- up the temple they go! To quote the immortal Knights of the Holy Grail, "RUN AWAY, RUN AWAY!" When they hit the top they find a shaft to the center of the temple with a winch and rope, tents of prior visitors, and like the complete jackasses they are decide to go spelunking. Ze Yerman falls down the shaft and breaks his back. They manage to get him out, but keep hearing a cell phone ringtone down below, and decide to investigate again. Things... get worse. I really hated these kids right from the jump, so this was just an invitation to laugh at their misery, and suffer they do. It turns out all those vines on the temple are aliiiiiive, and end up infecting them, crawling under their skin; they steal away dead bodies; they have little flowers on them that parrot sounds (thus the ringtone), and meanwhile as they discover this the rest of the villagers have taken camp below to make sure these white pieces of bread don't get any further than the canopy. They even shoot a little kid that touches some vines. All sorts of grisly shit gets gotten down to with another choice line being "Let's take a vote. You know, raise your hands if you wanna cut off his legs." So, the connection to my hospital visit last week: amateur surgery, including guess what... big sharp rocks! And boy, it is not pretty. Also, one of the girls ends up first jacking off and later outright sleeping with the boyfriend of the other couple while all this shit goes on! I guess you gotta fuck away the pain? Some of the actors are vaguely familiar in a "these kids were in a bunch of shit in the 2000s" way, specifically the two male leads, one of whom was Iceman in X-Men and the other was in the Texas Chainsaw remake (1st one) and Hostel. The production values and effects are high quality, CGI looks convincing, gore is VERY convincing. And that's what we're here for anyway, isn't it? The other benefit this watch has is its short run time as it flies by in an hour and ten. In, out; kill the kids, let's go bowling. I expected to dislike this a lot from the beginning and boy does it come off stupid still (well-obscured, that pathway! And so far from a fucking resort) but as nature-runs-amok goes this is fun. EDITOR'S NOTES My apologies to Curt as he sent me this ages ago and it got lost in the shuffle (probably when the board was eating my posts). It's on Paramount+. There are versions on Youtube but who the fuck knows what their quality is like.
    2 points
  46. If you've never flipped a beer pong table at the moment 1 AM turns to 1 AM again while wearing an offensive pun-based costume and yelling about being a time traveler, are you truly even American?
    2 points
  47. So if they can get Billie Starkz too.... Rousey/Shafir vs Athena/Starkz is something I had no idea I wanted but I kind of do. EDIT:
    2 points
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