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User avatar #137 - GIJorge (05/14/2013) [-]
******** . In Portugal, ******* drug addiction is getting worse and worse. The reason it "decreased" is because less of it is considered a crime and we have less and less fiscalization.
User avatar #400 to #137 - rifee ONLINE (05/14/2013) [-]
User avatar #439 to #400 - GIJorge (05/14/2013) [-]
Everyday life, experience and knowing the laws and ways my country works.
Seriously, go to a police officer and say "hey, those guys over there are selling drugs, they've beaten me up and they are dangerous". He'll just say "cool story, bro, but we have no means of investigation and no personnel today, come back later".
Even if they do something, the criminals will AT MOST spend a night in jail, in most cases they just "identify them for future incidents" which in practice means jack **** for the criminal and another beating and possibly more for you and sometimes for the cops. That just means cops don't give two ***** anymore, they just want to write out speeding fines.
User avatar #145 to #137 - drewbridge (05/14/2013) [-]
I guessed that and figured this post was ******** , and it is.
Are you positive it's getting worse?
User avatar #293 to #145 - GIJorge (05/14/2013) [-]
Yup. More people selling, more buying, more drug-related crime, although the reports just don't mention it.
#174 to #137 - veryspecialagent (05/14/2013) [-]
Ya, what I've heard is that there are less overdose related deaths, but addiction is still a huge problem.
User avatar #138 to #137 - johnwoodstock (05/14/2013) [-]
yep, i saw it and my ******** sense was tingling

já agora, eu não gosto muito de falar portugês
User avatar #139 to #138 - GIJorge (05/14/2013) [-]
People will believe whatever the **** they want to, I guess...

é um bocadito estranho, é
#203 to #139 - johnwoodstock (05/14/2013) [-]
yep, try to say 'like i give a ***** in portuguese, i double dare you

pic unrelated
#4 - xspencerxxx (05/13/2013) [-]
America needs to learn that there is nothing wrong with copying the methods of another country. We learn from the success of others and add to that, then they copy us and make it better and we copy them and make it better. it needs to be a endless cycle of learning, trial and error
#394 to #4 - jakeattack (05/14/2013) [-]
im in america and i believe in what you say, all of these things i think could work, but yet, there's nothing i can do about it. :/
#433 to #4 - anon (05/14/2013) [-]
the combined total population of those three countries is four million less than the population of florida. Recovering from a recession for Iceland, a country of 350,000, is a lot different than for the United States, a country of 350 million. Quoting misguiding and borderline false statistics (if you can really call them that) is a horrible way of criticizing one of the most (whether you like it or not) successful countries in the world.
#251 to #4 - anon (05/14/2013) [-]
What a great idea! Oh, I'm sure this is news to all politicians. Please tell the world more of your political insight, since you're the only one who could think of something so ingenious!

I'm really tired of this **** . If you don't like it here, no one is making you stay. If you want to change something, read up and get in a higher position to make changes. I'm sick of people whining. Take some ******* responsibility.
#289 to #251 - xspencerxxx (05/14/2013) [-]
calm down. please tell me how much you have contributed to making the world a better place. please tell me about how you changed something in you government you didn't like and please tell me about how often you read up and get in a higher position to make changes. and i didn't once say i don't like living in america, people like you are why the world ***** on america
#122 to #4 - anon (05/14/2013) [-]
>implying the americans have anything to teach beyond obesity
#144 to #122 - anon (05/14/2013) [-]
How clever and original.
User avatar #244 to #122 - xzynth (05/14/2013) [-]
Not american, but that insult was just daft
User avatar #391 to #4 - TheSchwartz (05/14/2013) [-]
Oh, but there's no money in decriminalizing drugs and bailing out the people instead of the banks. From both these issues, government officials make tons of money which goes right to their pockets.

As for education, I firmly believe that most government officials don't give two ***** about the educational system...unless it's about creationism.
User avatar #54 to #4 - slimeywaffles (05/14/2013) [-]
That's why we have the Imperial system, isn't it .___.
#8 to #4 - GojenMana has deleted their comment [-]
User avatar #132 to #8 - baaltomekk (05/14/2013) [-]
Or **** up
#11 - anon (05/14/2013) [-]
Finland does not really pay much more to their teachers than the United States; the major difference seems to be they have a fundamental respect for their educators. The key is to have parents actually control their spawn, if they are disrespectful little asses, they should be straightened out.
#426 to #11 - clockworkphysicist (05/14/2013) [-]
Yes...straighten out....
Yes...straighten out....
User avatar #75 to #11 - didactus ONLINE (05/14/2013) [-]
They are respected as much as Engineers and doctors for example because that's the level of education you have to get to be a teacher in Finland. (of finnish descentfag here)
User avatar #64 to #11 - muchasmarcos (05/14/2013) [-]
They do not pay them more than the US that is true but the average wage in Finnland is lower than in the US.
User avatar #6 - Sethorein ONLINE (05/14/2013) [-]
I thought iceland was so poor mcdonalds left...
User avatar #107 to #6 - icelandicviking (05/14/2013) [-]
we made our own mcdonalds.
User avatar #113 to #107 - nintendolover (05/14/2013) [-]
Metro sucks balls.
User avatar #114 to #113 - icelandicviking (05/14/2013) [-]
just like your mother. its better than mcdonalds at least
User avatar #115 to #114 - nintendolover (05/14/2013) [-]
#306 to #6 - anon (05/14/2013) [-]
no the owners didn't want to pay the mcdonalds franchise, and they wanted to stop importing the meat. they made a new "mcdonalds" called metro
#18 to #6 - anon (05/14/2013) [-]
Nah, people just didn't eat there that much. Iceland is a pretty welfaring country, and the first to recover from the most recent economical crises
#50 to #18 - fecal (05/14/2013) [-]
Icelang was very causative of a large part of that crisis as well though, and I think recovery may be higher %wise but I can't imagine that all the billions that were wasted are already back
User avatar #36 to #6 - magtheicelander ONLINE (05/14/2013) [-]
no one really cares we still got KFC,Taco bell and stuff n things
#21 to #6 - trollmobile ONLINE (05/14/2013) [-]
that's just something they said to get mcdonalds to leave.
#112 to #21 - azinfoo (05/14/2013) [-]
Bro, haven't you heard gore was banned on SFW a while ago?
#128 - zorororonoa (05/14/2013) [-]
Seriously, I don't want to discuss politics on FJ.
#61 - sotalokki ONLINE (05/14/2013) [-]
I'm a Finn and that's the biggest piece of 			********		 I have ever seen in this site.   
Sure our school system is great, too bad you didn't mention any real thing about it.   
Today OP truly was a faggot.
I'm a Finn and that's the biggest piece of ******** I have ever seen in this site.
Sure our school system is great, too bad you didn't mention any real thing about it.

Today OP truly was a faggot.
#331 to #61 - nickdickr (05/14/2013) [-]
indeed, our school system is great, however a school with no mandatory testing would be a disaster, OP is just very naive.
#196 to #61 - lufieh (05/14/2013) [-]
>calls ********
>does not refute the central point
>still gets thumbs up ^^^^
typical FJ faggotry
#204 to #196 - anon (05/14/2013) [-]
Nobody cares about your opinion.
User avatar #94 to #61 - barbwirepain (05/14/2013) [-]
well tell us some **** about it
#101 to #94 - sotalokki ONLINE (05/14/2013) [-]
I wish I could, but I don't know the English terms for Lukio or amis.

Haluuks kukaa selventää asiaa?
User avatar #130 to #101 - angelious ONLINE (05/14/2013) [-]
highschool und vocational school

and i would say the junior high is far more worse than highschool.since highschoolers and vocational students actually know how to behave like a human...thou then again i grew up in the ghetto of finland before moving to city so i might have flawed view of stuff...
#195 to #130 - vaginismus (05/14/2013) [-]
nah junior high is definitely the same **** everywhere.

we even have a teacher that got fired for pushing a disrespecting student out of the cafetery. lol
User avatar #202 to #195 - angelious ONLINE (05/14/2013) [-]
we never had that proplem.but some student did manage to cut a wooden door in half with a chainsaw

and we destroyed a sink from a bathroom(didnt see how it happened it just did) burned a locker punched a hole into the school wall and all sort of other mischief...
#206 to #202 - vaginismus (05/14/2013) [-]
I actually meant the teacher that's been on the news for a while now, whats-his-name whatever
User avatar #222 to #206 - angelious ONLINE (05/14/2013) [-]
korhola.and yes that is a proplem that is common everywhere.and its not educational proplem its the proplem with the parents attidute towards dicipline againts kids in general

#224 to #222 - vaginismus (05/14/2013) [-]
true dat

also there was a news raport just a few days ago about how the "well raised" (meaning rich bitches) are the ones stealing the most stuff. makes you wonder, eh
User avatar #227 to #224 - angelious ONLINE (05/14/2013) [-]
mm.i dont think its a question about money or social status.rather parents in general shift the blame from their kid to the teacher or someone else rather fast and protect their kid way too much.

the kid will grow up thinking he is the superior one and that he can get away with anything.this makes them act like the kid did againts mr korhola at the cafeteria.and then the principal and the parents immeadietly assaulted the teacher for the You need to login to view this link my times if i would have done any of that my father would have yelled me to death...literally....
#233 to #227 - vaginismus (05/14/2013) [-]
i think social status/money is a big factor, because parents that make lots of money are seldom home and/or just pamper their kids too much by giving them pretty much everything on a silver platter. and thus, the need for adrenaline and excitement is born because the pampered little princes and princesses already have everything they normally would've used their energy in trying to achieve. well, every teen does some stupid things
User avatar #235 to #233 - angelious ONLINE (05/14/2013) [-]
meh dunno about that.we had a rich kid(and by rich i mean ******* RICH that kid bought me a six pack of cocacola just for fun and his father owns freaking hotels in oulu) and he was just annoying(in scale of annoyance that was in our class(wich was observed by all the teachers to be the worst class they have ever taught)but it was usually the lesta kid or some of the more "poor" kids who made all the ruckus...thou i must say we did have another rich kid(father owned some building company or something) who made a lot of noise...but i generally think its more like the poor kids and those who come with families with many siblings(as they have more need to make ruckus in order to get some attention)

sorry for a long wall post
#239 to #235 - vaginismus (05/14/2013) [-]
huh yeah i think you're right. but the same applies to rich kids - they don't get attention from their parents so they need it from elsewhere. i think we can speculate about these things forever so maybe better just stop here

tuksu rulaa
User avatar #241 to #239 - angelious ONLINE (05/14/2013) [-]
yeah that is You need to login to view this link would be dump to claim somepeople act someway just because of their social status.but i would like to add rich people can just "buy" the attentation.(as i mentioned earlier about the guy who bought me the 6 pack of cocacola)

illanjatkoa sinullekki
#56 - foxranger (05/14/2013) [-]
Iceland's financial crisis was a little bit different than America's folks. America bailed out the banks because they would have failed completely which would have thrown us into a depression similar to that of the great depression. America learned from its own mistakes and felt that bailing out the banks was a better alternative than letting them fail. That decision was made by men who understand the financial structure of the US better than anyone on this cite.   
Does that mean they are right? Hell if I know, I certainly disagree with it. Point is, dont get mad at the US's monetary and fiscal policy when you dont really understand it all that much. Economics reaches far deeper than most of you know.   
You can all 			****		 on America as much as you want but it isnt going to change anything and most of your country's are just as 			******		 up in different ways. Everybody has a little stupidity in their government, just the way the world works.
Iceland's financial crisis was a little bit different than America's folks. America bailed out the banks because they would have failed completely which would have thrown us into a depression similar to that of the great depression. America learned from its own mistakes and felt that bailing out the banks was a better alternative than letting them fail. That decision was made by men who understand the financial structure of the US better than anyone on this cite.

Does that mean they are right? Hell if I know, I certainly disagree with it. Point is, dont get mad at the US's monetary and fiscal policy when you dont really understand it all that much. Economics reaches far deeper than most of you know.

You can all **** on America as much as you want but it isnt going to change anything and most of your country's are just as ****** up in different ways. Everybody has a little stupidity in their government, just the way the world works.

#223 to #56 - maximolider (05/14/2013) [-]
yea but since 2007 nothing has changed so far.
Au contraire, mon frère. they saved the banks because they had to save the Oligarchy and the old system.
Certain people on the top of the sociaty have more power than the goverment, or the people. Because of that there are few regulations for banks or funds (especially for derivates or the secondary market) , there few taxes and the gouverment has absolutely no control. The MARKET DOES NOT REGULATE ITSELF. The US-ultracapitalism ruined world economy and it will sooner or later destroy the USA.

PS: yes they know probably more about economics than most of us, that´s why they can F€$K you every day, without that you even notice it.
#269 to #223 - anon (05/14/2013) [-]
Warning: unpopular elitist opinion

You're going to be thumbed down
#458 to #269 - maximolider (05/14/2013) [-]
i gues you are right.
i can assure you that the people that thumbed me down and thumped this ******** post up A. know **** about oconomics or B. have lost touch with reality.

all I can say is, pls inform yourself, don´t believe every **** you see on the TV.
#69 to #56 - anon (05/14/2013) [-]
Know what's smart? Telling people they don't understand economics then telling them they don't understand their own country. Except no it's not smart.

Bottom line, man- the government shouldn't have let this happen. They shouldn't continue to allow the same people who caused this depression to continue rolling around in their money. They should remember they are public SERVANTS.
User avatar #71 to #69 - wacemindu (05/14/2013) [-]
They have very very little choice. Let's take the UK for example (imagine the situation is very similar to America's), people were demanding the bankers to have their salaries slashed, bonuses taken and some of them imprisoned. What do you have then, you have highly trained highly skilled bankers who have no motive to stay in London, and will move to Honk Kong or somewhere else, where they can get higher wages.

That's going to cripple the banking industry even further and **** up the economy even more. It's all good and well saying "they should pay for what they did" but truth is, if you make them do that... you're going to run out of bankers and banking (one of the biggest contributors to the UK economy) is going to move elsewhere.

Its the same principal that people bitch about when taxing corporations is discussed. If you increase corporation tax, you're just going to result in more of them moving abroad, or finding loopholes and tax dodging schemes, and so the economy loses even more money.
#102 to #71 - anon (05/14/2013) [-]
Just to add to this point. The people who demanded the bankers to be imprisoned for their action are pretty stupid. Sure they ****** up, but they were working within the system created. The problem was not the bankers, more the way our entire economies are set up
#129 to #69 - foxranger (05/14/2013) [-]
Public servants is correct but frankly they understand what they are doing a little better than you, for the most part at least.

Generally speaking, people have a basic understanding of economics at best. That's just a fact, unless you have studied it somewhere you don't know jack **** . For example, when the fiscal cliff was approaching no one knew what the hell it really was and if they did, they had no idea why it was important.

This does not change in other countries unless a degree in economics and business is required to live there. Unless you have a basic knowledge you are going to have one hell of a time understanding monetary and fiscal policy anywhere. Trying to act like you know is even worse.
#295 to #56 - anon (05/14/2013) [-]
Economics really isn't that complicated. Keynesian economics is, but that's because it's ******** theory after ******** theory with absolutely zero real world application. Economics should be common sense. Person A wants object X so they make object Z to trade with person B for object X or so that they can afford object X. When you start involving government and fiat money and other **** , all you get is failure, which is what we've been seeing all over the world.

People's misunderstanding of economics is our own doing. We made it more complicated than it actually needs to be, and that's the reason why serious economic false booms and real busts keep happening.

The government's only role in the economy should be to force companies to be transparent, protect property, and prevent fraudulent activities. They shouldn't be picking winners and losers like they have been for the past 100 or so years.
User avatar #344 - floofy (05/14/2013) [-]
america is bad give me thumbs
#358 to #344 - hattaz ONLINE (05/14/2013) [-]
Well why not
Well why not
User avatar #324 - euthyphro (05/14/2013) [-]
I'm not even American and this **** pisses me off.

Aside from none of this "anti-American" content being funny, it's absolutely getting out of hand, as well. I have no idea what you guys have against the USA, but get the pineapple out of your ass and lighten up. You're all acting as if whatever country you belong to is full of angels, peace, unity, and love -- while America is the ******** of the planet. It really sounds like unwarranted hatred due to jealousy.

On the topic of schooling: where are the Finnish universities on the list of Top Universities? Because I've checked the list, and Finland isn't even in the top 100. Finland doesn't have the top highschool in the world -- they're not even on the list.

I'm Canadian, and I love my country -- I think it's one of the best in the world. But I'm not arrogant enough to assume that my country is better than another in every aspect and category. Each country has its triumphs and its shortcomings.

And to those who mindlessly bash America: you are absolutely, and utterly, ignorant -- and should either educate yourself on the country that has spearheaded countless innovations and findings, or else shut up and stop posting -- because you just look like a butthurt asshole.
#403 to #324 - anon (05/14/2013) [-]
meh not really much innovation after the british left.

and the amount of money and people there if they didnt come up with a few innovations or findings it would be amazingly stupid.

not meaning to sound like i dislike america i just dont like how you make it sound like they have invented lots of things
#335 to #324 - zerooneone (05/14/2013) [-]
Wow... Big Brother Canada standing up for the USA.
#240 - larski (05/14/2013) [-]
Aaaand here we go again.
User avatar #249 - Tyranitar (05/14/2013) [-]
"Hey guys, I insulted America, that gets me free thumbs, right?"
#266 to #249 - agonix (05/14/2013) [-]
Apparently so.
Apparently so.
#77 - shepardbdead (05/14/2013) [-]
lol comparing what small governments of small countries do to the likes of a country with a population as big as the states.

Big ******* joke.
#126 - drewbridge (05/14/2013) [-]
"Its (Finlands') school system has roughly the same number of teachers as New York City’s but far fewer students, 600,000 compared with New York’s 1.1 million.)

And you're COMPARING the US education system to that? Are you ******* daft? I think we should pay our teachers more, but we can't really afford it, and if we only hired the "top 10% of master degree graduates", we would be ****** because there would not be near enough to fufill student needs. "Finland spends 30% less than the US on each student" See? PUMPING MONEY INTO IT WILL NOT FIX IT.
An Average masters degree is about 34,000$-ish. America has 6.2 million teachers.
That's $210,800,000,000, then only hiring a small bit of that. It would not work, things are more complicated than just handing out money.

Decriminalizing all drugs isn't necessarily a good idea. From this I infer that you will not be detained if under the influence of a harsh drug. Treatment and curing addiction are a great idea, but it wouldn't be a good idea to walk into a store and buy cocaine and meth. If you use them and sell them to other people, you should get cured and spend some time thinking about how you ruined peoples lives and to get yours back to normal.

"bailed out the people and imprisoned the banksters" The US banks are slightly more significant and affect way more peoples lives. Iceland has 319,000 people. The US has 311,500,000 people. Bailing out ALL the people with bank accounts that got screwed over.
#59 said it well. It's not like a bunch of monkeys with a typewriter made the decision to intentionally ruin the country, people who spent most of their lives doing this had to think and agree on it.

Those countries all combined have less than 10% of the US population. Not everything scales that well.
OP is a faggot.
#134 to #126 - anon (05/14/2013) [-]
At least someone has some common sense.

But it's good that we teach the baby countries lessons.
#301 - jeudyfeo (05/14/2013) [-]
This sounds like Communist talk
User avatar #314 to #301 - siltz (05/14/2013) [-]
I'm surprised why has no one shopped a mighty beard on BO... Or has it been done?
#318 to #314 - siltz (05/14/2013) [-]
Google did not disappoint me. Next time I'll google **** before I ask.
User avatar #313 to #301 - douthit (05/14/2013) [-]
And you think Obama is the opposite of Communist?
#321 to #313 - sergeantsilent (05/14/2013) [-]
are you one of those people
User avatar #323 to #321 - douthit (05/14/2013) [-]
Which people?
#353 to #323 - icecreamonnips (05/14/2013) [-]
you know exactly what we're talking about
User avatar #368 to #353 - douthit (05/14/2013) [-]
I don't like President Obama for the same reasons I don't like President Bush.
User avatar #370 to #368 - icecreamonnips (05/14/2013) [-]
go on...
#220 - sphinxe (05/14/2013) [-]
I agree with the second a little. I know that doing drugs is indeed an offence but at the same time a lot of people who do them wind up in a never ending circle of addiction. Instead of prosecuting them out the ass which won't kick the addiction there should be some help, it is an illness they can't control after all.

I'll probably be red thumbed for this so I'll gracefully accept my ass whooping.
User avatar #253 to #220 - malhaloc (05/14/2013) [-]
The reason there are so many people addicted to drugs is because its illegal. There are a lot of people who do it simply because of that fact. Then they get addicted and cant stop. The same reason a lot of kids smoke and drink, because its not allowed. If we legalize drugs, that would not only cut out a good portion of people using them, but also all the needless killing and crime related to the underground drug rings.
User avatar #307 to #253 - sorrybut (05/14/2013) [-]
The reasons many people try drugs in the first place is because they're illegal. Especially if you're young, the exhilirating sensation of doing something forbidden, curiosity, you name it. But the reason people get addicted has nothing to do with illegality, nope. You hear horror stories about addiction, sure, but not the actual reason. The actual reason is - it feels good. There's no science there, just that. It feels good, better than sober life, and if you're an insecure teen with anxiety problems, it feels too good. For a short time every one of your problems goes away, and it's so easy to give in. Goes without thinking in most cases.
User avatar #326 to #307 - malhaloc (05/14/2013) [-]
What I meant was they get addicted after trying it. They try it because its illegal. I should have worded that differently. But there is science behind addiction. The chemicals in the drug react with the chemicals your brain produces creating the feeling of needing more. That's what a withdrawal symptom is. The brain telling you you need it because it honestly believes it does. We're pretty much saying the same thing here lol.
User avatar #327 to #326 - sorrybut (05/14/2013) [-]
Lol basically. I was just trying to speak from experience. Neurochemicals are cruel mistresses.
User avatar #329 to #327 - malhaloc (05/14/2013) [-]
I'd imagine
#265 to #253 - anon (05/14/2013) [-]
Or maybe it wouldn't change who uses them at all. There really is no proof for the "they wouldn't do it if it was legal" argument.
User avatar #275 to #265 - malhaloc (05/14/2013) [-]
Ok granted, but you can't tell me that if nothing else the drug related crime wouldn't go down. If drugs weren't illegal there would be no underground for it. I would gladly live in a world where people can get there fix on whatever they want if it means a significantly reduced violent crime rate.
User avatar #263 to #220 - sorrybut (05/14/2013) [-]
Even though I support portugal's policy, in my opinion (oh no an opinion), you could only consider physical addictions an illness (opiates, benzos etc). Everything else can be kicked only if you want to kick it. It's not an illness, its being selfish and lying.

source: i've been there.
#178 - verby (05/14/2013) [-]
I find it incredibly hard to believe that these leaders actually appended "the opposite of what America does" to their statements
User avatar #184 to #178 - subaqueousreach (05/14/2013) [-]
Regardless of whether they said it or not, it's still the exact opposite of what America does.
#186 to #184 - verby (05/14/2013) [-]
Cool your tits
#315 - bipplenurp (05/14/2013) [-]
Iceland= 300,000 People $14 Billion GDP
USA= 310 Million People $15 Trillion GDP

A banking crisis in Iceland is a much less important issue. If they emerged (which has not happened yet) it would not make any impact on the global stage. America's total bank failures would have caused a global catastrophe bigger than the great depression. Comparing the two countries' issues shouldn't even begin to happen. Also, Portugal is still filled with druggies, it's just not illegal any more. At the end of the day we can all agree that OP is sitting alone right now with his 18th Century pointy iron dildos up his ass, watching the thumb count rise on his ****** , fake anti American content

tl;dr OP is a raging faggot that's exploiting people's anti-American sentiment
User avatar #374 to #315 - konradkurze (05/14/2013) [-]
usa gets more money and spends most of it on weapons
#413 - anon (05/14/2013) [-]
Never mind that you are comparing countries with many different variables. One of them is that the aforesaid nations are tiny population wise. Check the currency exchange for the Finnish teachers. Exactly what drugs were decriminalized, this caused I spike in healthcare costs. The Icelandic economy is tiny, and their people poor(their also using monopoly money!) and they have massive debt(as do all of these nations, more than 6 to 7 times their GDP, America has 1.2 times its GDP in debt.)
#408 - ReaLCooLGuY (05/14/2013) [-]
There's a ********* going on, and i'm just sitting here.
#360 - magerogue (05/14/2013) [-]
Ok, first of all I live in Portugal and we've got the biggest ************* thieves in the government. They commited crimes and they never go to court with them. And that guy in the picture is a ******* idiot, there was never a Drug problem in Portugal. And for all you inculturate gits, Portugal's in Europe, right next to Spain. not in ******* Africa or some city in Brasil, like most of Americans think. Portuguese ain't from the same country as brazilians.
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