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    Brooks Koepka, NFL Week 3 Picks And Previews + The Niners Are A Wagon

    en-usSeptember 22, 2023

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    • Enhance your golf day with Fireball and a new birdie shot clubFireball Whiskey and their new Fireball birdie shot club can help turn a bad golf day into a fun one. NFL players value consistent, high quality sleep for optimal performance, and the 49ers have impressed with their strategies and Brock Purdy's skills. Officials allowing players to 'let the boys play' was a positive development in the NFL.

      Golf can be a fun experience with friends, but small inconveniences can ruin the day. To make a bad day better, the speakers recommend trying Fireball Whiskey and their new Fireball birdie shot club. In other news, NFL week 3 picks and previews were discussed, featuring an interview with golfer Brooks Koepka. The importance of quality sleep for NFL players was emphasized, as Sleep Number smart beds provide consistent, high quality sleep to help athletes perform their best. The 49ers were praised for their impressive performance in the NFL, with Brock Purdy and Kyle Shanahan's strategies highlighted. The officials were commended for allowing the players to "let the boys play" during a dust-up on the field. Despite a tough night for Daniel Jones, the Giants were acknowledged for facing a formidable 49ers team.

    • The San Francisco 49ers are dominating the NFL, with Daniel Jones of the Giants putting up a fightThe 49ers are currently the best team in the NFL, with the Giants struggling to keep up. The Niners face the Cardinals and Cowboys, while the Giants may struggle to win more than a few games.

      The San Francisco 49ers are currently the best team in the NFL, having clinched a playoff berth and dominating their opponents. Daniel Jones of the Giants had a strong second half, but overall, the Niners' offense, led by Brock Purdy, was more effective. The Niners face the Cardinals and Cowboys in upcoming games, with the Cowboys matchup on Sunday Night Football being particularly exciting. The Eagles may present a challenge later in the season. The Giants, on the other hand, could struggle and be a 2-win team by November, as the regression monster hits teams that had unexpectedly strong seasons last year, like the Giants and Vikings. The debate continues about whether Brock Purdy is trustworthy in high-pressure situations, making for interesting discussions as the playoffs approach.

    • NFL weekend schedule: Frustration with uneven distribution of gamesFans prefer a more balanced NFL weekend schedule with 7 early and 5 late games starting at the same time

      The NFL weekend schedule, with its uneven distribution of games between early and late slots, is a source of frustration for many football fans. This issue was a hot topic during a recent NFL picks discussion, with the hosts expressing their dissatisfaction with the current 9 early games and 3 late games format. They believe that the ideal schedule would consist of 7 early games and 5 late games, all starting at the same time, to provide a more balanced viewing experience. The hosts also shared their excitement about g4's Father's Day golf collection, offering discounts for first-time customers at gfore.com/foreplay. Despite their criticisms, they acknowledged the NFL's overall excellence and their deep love for the sport.

    • Washington Commanders' potential to be NFL contendersIf Washington wins, they could establish themselves as serious NFL contenders with a 3-1 record, capable of defeating Buffalo despite their strong offense and quarterback Josh Allen, and historically performing well after games in Denver.

      The Washington Commanders, if they win their current game, could establish themselves as legitimate contenders in the NFL with a record of 3-1. The speaker expressed his belief that the team is capable of defeating the Buffalo Bills, despite the Bills' strong record and the challenges posed by their offensive line and quarterback Josh Allen. The speaker also mentioned the historical trend of teams performing well after playing in Denver due to the high altitude, and acknowledged the importance of Stephon Diggs, a star wide receiver from the Washington area, in the Commanders' past matchups against his current team, the Buffalo Bills. However, the speaker also acknowledged the difficulty of the matchup and the strong performance of the Bills in recent years. The speaker corrected an error from a previous discussion about a game between the Commanders and the Pittsburgh Steelers, which was played on a Wednesday instead of a Monday night as originally intended. The speaker also shared some "nerd nuggets" sent in by a colleague who was unable to attend the recording session due to his participation in the Major League Pickleball tournament.

    • Atlanta Falcons excel in the fourth quarterThe Falcons lead the NFL in quarter four scoring and have a solid defense, making them a formidable opponent in crunch time

      The Atlanta Falcons, led by coach Arthur Smith, are a solid and effective team, particularly in the fourth quarter. Their defense may not be flashy, but they get the job done, and their offense, led by Desmond Ridder, is efficient and capable of making key plays when needed. The Falcons have the best quarter four scoring margin in the NFL through their first two games, and their ability to perform well in crunch time sets them apart. Additionally, Jack Del Rio's preference for man coverage could lead to a productive outing for Falcons' star wide receiver Stefon Diggs against the Detroit Lions. Despite the Lions trying to prove themselves as a top NFC team, their injury-riddled secondary may struggle against the Falcons' offense.

    • Broncos' Impressive Start vs. Dolphins, Concerns for Second HalfDespite a strong start, the Denver Broncos face concerns about adjusting and their defense in the second half against the Miami Dolphins. The team's history with running backs and weather conditions add complexity to the matchup.

      The Denver Broncos' performance in the first and second quarters under quarterback Russell Wilson has been impressive, but their inability to make adjustments and the struggles of their defense in the second half have raised concerns. The Broncos' history of success with running backs, particularly those from the old school Denver Broncos, adds intrigue to their matchup against the Miami Dolphins, who have a strong home record against Denver. The elevation difference between Denver and Miami, as well as Wilson's past struggles in warm weather, could also be factors. Additionally, Hank's obsession with a lighthouse and his confidence in traveling away from it have been discussed.

    • Lighthouses and Federal Aid to NavigationA lighthouse is a federal aid to navigation only if it's visible from a federal body of water

      A lighthouse is considered a federal aid to navigation only if it is visible from a federal body of water. This means that structures that identify as lighthouses but are not visible from federal waterways cannot be considered true federal aids to navigation. This discussion arose from a debate about a non-traditional lighthouse and its eligibility for the title. The debate also touched upon Hank's inaccurate knowledge about various topics, including lighthouses, planes, and football. In the context of sports, it was agreed that the upcoming game between the Jets and the Patriots could be a franchise-altering event, with the Patriots potentially playing the role of spoiler.

    • Comparison of Zach Wilson and Deshaun Watson's statsZach Wilson's stats are better than Deshaun Watson's since last season, but Wilson's performance has been disappointing. Chargers' coach Brandon Staley faces pressure after a playoff loss, and both the Chargers and Vikings have struggling defenses, leading to a potential high-scoring game. The Patriots have a 14-game winning streak against the Jets.

      Despite Zach Wilson's disappointing performance, he ranks better than Deshaun Watson statistically among quarterbacks with 300 or more plays since last season. Meanwhile, the Chargers' Brandon Staley is under pressure after a loss in the playoffs, which some believe has affected his team's performance this season. The Chargers and Vikings, both with struggling defenses, are expected to put on a high-scoring game. The Vikings recently signed Cam Akers, but it remains to be seen if he will make a significant impact. The Patriots, on the other hand, are on a 14-game winning streak against the Jets, which is the second-longest streak against a single opponent in NFL history.

    • Consistency and being true to oneself matter in footballTeams should recognize and stick with their players' unique abilities, avoiding unfair pressure and look-alike replacements for consistent performance.

      The importance of consistency and being true to oneself cannot be overstated. In the NFL discussion, the backup running back missed out on opportunities due to being overshadowed by a look-alike player who was given more carries based on appearances. This situation could have been avoided if the team had stuck with the real player. The same concept applies to quarterbacks, such as Justin Herbert, who are expected to perform heroically in critical moments. It's crucial to remember that everyone has their strengths and weaknesses, and it's unfair to put too much pressure on one player to carry the team single-handedly. The importance of context and understanding the unique abilities of each player is essential for team success. Additionally, the Saints-Packers game could be an intriguing matchup, but neither team seems exceptionally strong based on their performances so far.

    • NFL: Winston vs Carr, Watson's Controversial Ejection, Titans Underdogs, Henry's Milestone, Packers' Home SuccessJameis Winston's stats match Derek Carr's but with caveats, Deshaun Watson's ejection sparks controversy, Titans face underdog status, Derrick Henry nears rushing touchdown record, Packers excel at home with Rodgers leading the way

      Jameis Winston's stats compare favorably to Derek Carr's in many aspects, but with an asterisk for certain games where Winston came in as a mop-up quarterback. The NFL's desire to keep Deshaun Watson on screen may have influenced the decision not to eject him for contact with an official. Mike Vrabel and the Titans are considered underdogs against the Browns, and the Titans' toughness is questioned compared to the Falcons. Derrick Henry needs one more rushing touchdown to reach 80 in his first career season, and the Jaguars' game is not televised. The Packers have the best record at home in the NFL, and Aaron Rodgers is a significant factor in their success. The NFL is looking for controversy to keep Deshaun Watson in the spotlight.

    • Historic start for CJ Stroud, Texans face JaguarsRookie CJ Stroud sets record for most pass attempts without an interception, Texans face Jags, Ravens and Colts predicted to have contrasting outcomes

      CJ Stroud of the Texans is making history with his impressive rookie performance, having thrown 91 pass attempts without an interception, a record for most pass attempts in the first two starts. Meanwhile, Trevor Lawrence and the Jaguars face the Texans, a team they've struggled against, with inconsistent offensive performances. In the AFC, the Ravens, despite injuries, have looked strong, while the Colts could surprise with a live wire performance. The Ravens and Colts are predicted to have contrasting outcomes in the upcoming games, with both analysts having confidence in their picks but betting against each other. The NFL continues to deliver unexpected twists and turns.

    • NFL Game Preview: Panthers vs Seahawks, Dalton's Past Performance, 2011 Draft Memories, Bears' Injuries and Coordinator's ResignationThe NFL game between the Panthers and Seahawks brings up Andy Dalton's past struggles in Seattle, 2011 draft memories, Bears' injuries and coordinator's resignation. Predictions focus on a closely contested first half due to late kickoff times.

      The discussion touched on the upcoming NFL game between the Panthers and Seahawks, with a focus on Andy Dalton's past performance in Seattle. The conversation also led to a reminiscence about the 2011 NFL draft and its notable players, including Julio Jones, whose retirement status was questioned. The speakers also discussed recent events surrounding the Bears, including injuries to their starting left tackle and quarterback Justin Fields, as well as the sudden resignation of their defensive coordinator. Despite the uncertainties and challenges facing both teams, the speakers expressed their opinions on the upcoming games, with a prediction of close attention to the first half due to the late kickoff times.

    • Justin Fields' Honest Words and the Bears' Rollercoaster SeasonJustin Fields expressed frustration with the Bears' performance, but faced criticism for his honesty. The team's struggles on and off the field have led to a chaotic atmosphere, but fans continue to support Fields' potential.

      The Chicago Bears had a tumultuous week leading up to their game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Justin Fields held a press conference where he expressed frustration with the team's performance and clarified that he didn't mean to blame the coaching staff. Nathan Peterman was then cut and later re-signed, and DJ Moore of the opposing team publicly criticized the Bears' usage of their own players. Fields' honesty was met with criticism from the media, and he was criticized for not being more forthcoming. The team's struggles on and off the field have led to a circus-like atmosphere, and they have not won a game in almost a year. Despite these challenges, Fields has earned support from fans who continue to believe in his potential. The Bears' season has been a rollercoaster, and their upcoming game against the Chiefs promises to be a significant test.

    • Underdog Story: Bears vs ChiefsDespite the Bears' losing streak and lack of defensive coordinator, they seek revenge against their former coach and face an offense with struggles. The Chiefs, favored but with defensive issues, add intrigue with Kelce's rumored relationship and Diggs' injury.

      The upcoming game between the Chicago Bears and Kansas City Chiefs is expected to be an underdog story, with many betting against the Bears despite their recent losing streak. The Chiefs, while favored, have shown signs of offensive struggles and defensive excellence from their opponents. Matt Nagy, the Bears' former coach, is seeking revenge, which could lead to unpredictable plays. The Bears, on the other hand, lack a defensive coordinator and have a weak defense. Travis Kelce, the Chiefs' tight end, has been the subject of rumors regarding a relationship with Taylor Swift, adding an intriguing element to the game. The injury of Trayvon Diggs, a star cornerback for the Dallas Cowboys, in practice before the last game added unexpected drama. Overall, the game promises to be an exciting and unpredictable matchup.

    • Football fans' curiosity and reactions to injuriesFans seek transparency and information about injuries to process emotions and speculate about causes, while injured players' stats and potential trades spark further discussion.

      Despite the uncertainties and unexpected injuries in football, fans crave transparency and information to process their emotions properly. The discussion revolved around various injuries, such as ACLs and Nick Chubb's injury, and how fans react differently to non-contact versus fluke injuries. The speakers also shared their curiosity about the circumstances surrounding injuries and their desire to know who or what to blame. Furthermore, they discussed Dak Prescott's impressive career statistics and speculated about potential trades for injured players like Baker Mayfield and Jonathan Taylor. The group also touched on the upcoming Steelers vs. Raiders game and their expectations for the teams' performances. Lastly, they discussed the consequences for losing their NFL picks competition, with the loser facing a longer punishment and the opportunity to do the opening act in Vegas.

    • Confident about team's performance despite one member's poor betsGroup is excited for football season, enjoys sports, competition, and camaraderie, and plans to order wings for viewing party

      Despite one team member being in last place in their bets, the group is confident about their team's performance, particularly in the case of the Bengals and the under in certain games. They also enjoy making predictions and placing bets, and are looking forward to the upcoming football season and other challenges, such as improving their fitness routine with Peloton. The group also enjoys engaging in various activities, such as cricket and fantasy football, and bantering with each other. They plan to order wings for their viewing party and are excited about the upcoming sports events. Overall, they are a group of passionate and enthusiastic individuals who enjoy sports, competition, and camaraderie.

    • College Football Excitement and Betting PlansThe speaker looks forward to watching Notre Dame vs Ohio State game with friends and might place a bet on Ohio State. He's a fan of Drake London and shares thoughts on food, sports, and Rupert Murdoch. Uncertain about drinking plans for the weekend and hopes to attend the game in person.

      The speaker is excited for the upcoming college football game between Notre Dame and Ohio State, and he plans to watch it with friends while potentially placing a bet on Ohio State. He also mentions his affection for Drake London and his confusion about his own heritage. The conversation also touches on various topics including food, sports teams, and an Australian media mogul named Rupert Murdoch. The speaker expresses a desire to attend the game in person but is unsure about his drinking plans for the weekend. He also appreciates the creative FlightAware maps that depict college football logos with airplanes. Overall, the conversation revolves around the excitement for college football and the upcoming game between Notre Dame and Ohio State.

    • Notre Dame's Potential Title Win Brings Excitement and AnticipationNotre Dame's potential title win could boost excitement, increase hype around their quarterback, and potentially lead to unique fan celebrations. Abercrombie & Fitch launched a wedding shop to capitalize on long wedding weekends, while Brooks Koepka shares his perspective on golfing and upcoming Ryder Cup

      The anticipation and excitement surrounding Notre Dame's potential college football title win would reach new heights if they were to emerge victorious, leading to an increase in hype around their quarterback, Sam Hartman, and potentially fueling a unique celebration between fans Shane and Frank. Meanwhile, in a completely different sphere, Abercrombie & Fitch is capitalizing on the trend of long weekends spent at weddings by launching a wedding shop on their website, offering a wide range of clothing options for various wedding-related events. Lastly, golf superstar Brooks Koepka shared insights into his unique perspective on golfing and the challenges of constantly performing at a high level, expressing a sense of envy towards those who may not be as skilled but still experience the thrill of a good shot. The Ryder Cup, an upcoming golfing event, has him feeling both excited and apprehensive, as his caddy, who is from Northern Ireland and a fan of Rory McIlroy, will be on his team.

    • The Ryder Cup: More Than Just GolfThe Ryder Cup brings unique excitement, pressure, and camaraderie among players representing their countries, creating a cherished experience beyond golf.

      The Ryder Cup brings a unique excitement and pressure unlike any other golf event for the players involved. The atmosphere is electric, with the crowd's energy making even the most experienced golfers feel nervous. Despite the lack of monetary compensation, the pride of representing one's country and team creates a strong bond among the players. The dynamic shifts from competition to camaraderie, with team building and bonding activities taking place during downtime. The Ryder Cup's significance goes beyond just golf, making it a cherished experience for the participants.

    • Golf strategy and team formatsAlternate shot format allows for smarter play in golf, and rules are crucial even when playing for money.

      Golf strategy can vary based on team formats, and Max believes that alternate shot format allows for smarter play since the responsibility shifts to your teammate. Additionally, rules are important, even when playing for money. The discussion also touched on football, with Max expressing his continued support for Florida State, and a potential regret about not recruiting Deion Sanders. Lastly, Max shared that becoming a father has not significantly impacted his golf game, and he joked about naming his son Blake. Chevrolet's all-electric Blazer EV was introduced as a stylish and comfortable vehicle to help golf enthusiasts reach the course.

    • Discussing the Future of Golf with Upcoming Golfers and EquipmentBrooks, Charlie Woods, and Blake Junior are promising golfers for the future. Metal and plastic spikes in golf shoes have their differences, and golfing in normal shoes is a possibility. The interviewee aims to win up to 12 majors and emphasizes setting objectives instead of goals.

      Golf is in good hands with the upcoming generation of golfers, including Brooks, Charlie Woods, and Blake Junior. The discussion also touched upon the differences between metal and plastic spikes in golf shoes, and the possibility of playing golf in normal shoes. The interviewee expressed his belief that he could potentially win up to 12 majors in his career, and shared some insights on setting objectives instead of goals. A humorous moment involved a hypothetical "fuck, marry, kill" question about Kris Jenner, Ivanka Trump, and Michelle Obama. Overall, the conversation covered various aspects of golf, including personal experiences, equipment, and future prospects.

    • Pardon My Take's Impact on Golfer Brooks KoepkaBrooks Koepka values 'Pardon My Take' podcast for its entertainment, support, and ability to help him stay focused during golf tournaments

      The podcast, "Pardon My Take," has had a significant impact on golfer Brooks Koepka's life, both positively and negatively. While he acknowledges that some may view the podcast as crude or offensive, he appreciates the entertainment value and the support it has given him during his golf career. Koepka shared that Rick Reilly, a well-known sports journalist, initially had no idea what "Pardon My Take" was and was critical of it. However, after Koepka explained the context and impact of the podcast, Reilly came to understand it better. Koepka also shared that the podcast helped him during his time on the PIP (Player Improvement Program) and in three major tournaments. Despite some misconceptions and negative perceptions, Koepka values the podcast and the connection it has brought him with his fans. The podcast's ability to help Koepka stay focused and in the zone during golf tournaments, particularly during putting, is a testament to its impact. While some may continue to criticize the podcast, its positive impact on Koepka's career and mental game is undeniable.

    • Consistency and focus are crucial for success in golfEven with raw talent, success in golf requires consistency, focus, and dedication to training. External factors like team allegiances and personal challenges can also impact performance.

      While raw talent can be impressive, consistency and focus are key factors in achieving success, especially in high-pressure situations like professional golf tournaments. For instance, having a large lead on the final hole of a major tournament like the Masters doesn't guarantee a win, as even the slightest misstep can lead to failure. Moreover, combining the strengths of multiple players into one golfer doesn't necessarily guarantee success, as external factors like team allegiances and personal challenges come into play. Additionally, training and dedication are essential components of improving skills and staying competitive. For example, utilizing resources like Peloton's challenging workout classes can help individuals power up their fitness routines and reach their full potential. Lastly, legends like John Daly, despite their raw talent, may not have reached their full potential due to external factors, but their impact on the sport remains significant.

    • Feet the Street: A Local Foot Contest Revived During COVID-19During uncertain times, creativity and community engagement can lead to unique events and experiences, like a local foot contest revived on Instagram.

      Jerry, a well-known figure, once ran a local foot contest named "Feet the Street" during March Madness, where the winner received a $500 gift card for a manicure. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the host of the podcast revived the competition on Instagram, and a girl from Jersey City won. The participants took the competition seriously, showcasing their ankles, arches, and toes to impress the judges. The success of the competition led to requests for a return, and the host even promised a pizza party if Team USA won the Ryder Cup. The foot competition is an example of creativity and community engagement during uncertain times.

    • Handling mishaps in the kitchen and at homePreparation and patience are crucial in dealing with culinary mistakes and home invasions. Seal your home for spider prevention and remain optimistic through challenges.

      Preparation and patience are key in handling both culinary mishaps and home invasions. The speaker learned the hard way that overheating a sauce can lead to burns and that spiders can't be easily outwaited. In terms of spider prevention, sealing the home and keeping it airtight is the best defense. Additionally, the speaker shared their Friday night routine, which includes putting on music and potentially shirtless activities, as well as their failed attempts at hanging shelves. The conversation also touched on the speaker's recent transportation woes, including being dropped off at the wrong location and their lack of a driver's license. Despite these challenges, the speaker remained optimistic and continued to strive for improvement, whether it be in home improvement projects or personal fitness goals.

    • Friendship turns inconvenience into convenienceUnexpected circumstances can be frustrating, but having a friend's support can make all the difference. Impulsive buying can bring joy, even if the cost seems high.

      Unexpected circumstances can lead to inconveniences, but having a friend to rely on can turn things around. The speaker shared an experience of being dropped off at the wrong location by a ride-sharing driver due to road closures. However, a friend came to his rescue. On a lighter note, the speaker also shared his impulsive buying habits, particularly his recent purchase of Darius Rucker themed NFL merchandise. Despite the high cost, he justified it by saying it pays for itself, as he is excited about the unique items. The conversation also touched upon the speaker's golfing habits and the current disappointing performance of the Chicago Cubs baseball team. Overall, the conversation showcased the importance of friendship and the joy of acquiring desired items.

    • Misunderstandings in Friendship Lead to Heated ArgumentsClear communication is crucial to preventing misunderstandings and preserving friendships.

      Miscommunications and misunderstandings can lead to heated arguments and misunderstandings, even between long-time friends. In this conversation, a disagreement arose about golfing, with one friend believing the other had gone golfing more than they had since quitting, and the other forgetting about a specific golf outing. The conversation devolved into a back-and-forth of denials, reminders, and jokes, with both friends admitting to forgetfulness and a tendency to troll each other. Despite the confusion, they ended the conversation on a light-hearted note, making plans for future golf outings and reminiscing about past scores. The incident serves as a reminder that clear and open communication is essential to avoiding misunderstandings and maintaining strong friendships.

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    Real Bros Jimmy Tatro & Christian Pierce, Best of KSR W/Rick Pitino, NBA Draft + Mt Rushmore Of Hobbies That Become Your Personality

    Real Bros Jimmy Tatro & Christian Pierce, Best of KSR W/Rick Pitino, NBA Draft + Mt Rushmore Of Hobbies That Become Your Personality

    Packed Show today and we start with the NBA Draft and Bronny somehow got drafted by the lakers (00:00:00-00:19:26). Mt Rushmore of hobbies that become a person’s personality (00:19:26-00:49:20). Jimmy Tatro and Christian Pierce join the show to talk about the Real Bros From Simi Valley movie coming July 5th, how they became writing partners, the Lakers, Boner Dogs and tons more (00:49:20-01:41:51). We hosted Kentucky Sports Radio and have the best of on the podcast including our interview with Rick Pitino and Jack Gohlke (01:41:51-02:12:30). We then finish with Fyre Fest of the week and a sober recap of Beer Games (02:12:30-02:34:22).


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    Pardon My Take
    en-usJune 28, 2024

    Will Compton, Panthers Win The Cup Plus A Drunk Ending Of The Show Live From Beer Games

    Will Compton, Panthers Win The Cup Plus A Drunk Ending Of The Show Live From Beer Games

    The Panthers have won the Cup and people are asking if Connor McDavid can win the big one after awkwardly being awarded the Conn Smythe(00:00:00-00:23:11). Hot Seat/Cool Throne including podcasters after JJ Redick turns his back on us for coaching(00:23:11-00:50:03). Will Compton joins the show in studio to talk about the tumultuous story arc for beer games 2024, us getting back in the mix, is he pissed at barstool, plus some old school reminiscing(00:50:03-01:55:57). We finish the show very drunk post beer games with Mt Rushmore of things you say to your boys when you’re drunk(01:55:57-02:21:38), and then we do our concussion test with Will(02:21:38-02:49:22).


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    Pardon My Take
    en-usJune 26, 2024

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