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Struggling to Keep Pace: Vaccination Rates Lag for Rural Counties

1A

01:00 min | 6 hrs ago

Struggling to Keep Pace: Vaccination Rates Lag for Rural Counties

"Will keep all appointments that its mass vaccination sites following the recommendation by federal officials to pause giving the Johnson and Johnson shot. The state will use the Fizer vaccine. But is Julian forced out of member station W. S. K G reports, some rural counties are struggling to keep up the pace. The Broom County Health Department had over 1000 doses of the J and J vaccine set aside for clinics this week, including one for veterans and their families. It's since been canceled. The county's veterans often live in rural areas without Internet. Some have a hard time getting around. For them. The single dose J and J shot has been ideal. Rebecca Kauffman with the Broom County Health Department says counties can't be as nimble as state. We don't have the availability of doses like the state does that we can swap what we had today, um, with a different type of vaccine. Have been hopes. A pause doesn't fuel vaccine hesitancy among residents for NPR

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Debunking Common Tax Misconceptions

How to Money

02:11 min | 12 hrs ago

Debunking Common Tax Misconceptions

"Let's jump into the tax misconceptions matt. Let's start with the first one and this one is if file extension. I don't have to pay anything to the irs. until october. i have heard about that. Yeah and we wanted to lead off with that one because there might be some folks who are thinking oh man. I don't have to deal with my taxes over the next month. Maybe i should just file extension right now and if i do that then i won't have to pay any money. But that's just not the case right. It'd be nice to hang onto your money for a few more months. Not give to the. Irs keep that money in your own account. Earning interest the entire time but sadly this isn't true even if you have an extension and are waiting to file your return until this fall you still have to determine what you owe the irs and you have to pay them now. If you don't do that you're going to penalties in addition to the tax when you do end up getting around to paying the money. The rest later on this fall in october yes up to a lot of thinking well. What's the point of file extension. If i still have to pay right but you know making sure that you don't screw this up is important because you will. Oh half a percent an interest every single month that you are late in paying the irs. What you oh so. Make sure that you keep that in mind joel. Next up on the list is maybe a saying or a phrase that people kinda subscribe to which is the thought that tax refunds are great. If you're getting thousands of dollars back in your taxes it feels so good right. Yeah does but you could have been using that money all year long to save more money. You know whether you're paying off debt or maybe you're investing in yourself or you can put more money in tax advantage accounts to actually grow your wealth and so some say that the problem here is that you've given an interest free loan to the government and that does make some sense right but the real problem is that when you get money and it feels like a windfall right. It's not something you necessarily counting on. Maybe kind of feels like a lottery ticket. You're you're more apt to spend it recklessly A lump sum tax refund is more of an emotional and behavioral money problem than just an like. I lost eight hundred twenty cents an interest to the irs. Problem right yeah and considering how low savings rates are right now the fact that you got a thousand dollar tax refund. It's not about the interests that you lost it's almost negligible right. That is very little money

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What Is Manufactured Spending?

WokeNFree

02:16 min | 13 hrs ago

What Is Manufactured Spending?

"What is manufactured spending breakdown. I like this website. Doctor of credit breaks it down. They give an excellent summary to me and what they say is manufacturer. Spending is the process of purchasing cash equivalence with the rewards earning credit card where the rewards earned are greater than the fees incurred. It can be used for meeting. Minimum spending requirements are just racking up frequent flyer meyer miles with your favourite airline or hotel partner so i think breaking down a little bit more. What does does that mean like getting a gift card and then doing something with that gift cards. So it's like if you get if you have a credit card and you aren't frequent flyer miles or your rewards on every cash on every purchase which you can do is you could buy gift card and then you could sell that gift card and use the proceeds to pay off the credit card. So it's like the credit card bill. Let's say you buy hundred dollar gift card and then you pay off that hundred dollar gift card and maybe sell in for ninety dollars but you're awards was like ten percent so you can maybe like fifteen dollars back or something so you're in fifteen dollars and technically you spent nothing interest on the credit card. So that's the manufacturers spending idea that's the idea of using gaining more rewards and it's paying off your credit card using not your own money but the credit cards money absolutely so via travelers dot com guys if you're new woken free. All of our links are available on the website at Dot com so yeah via travelers dot com also says that essentially by artificially spending by either purchasing virtual gift cards products tools or services at the lowest cost possible. It is a you can think of this manufacturer. Spending spending arbitrage is how they describe it so they went into saying if you if you could earn say five percent cashback spending money at a store but it only costs you less than one percent to transact your inherently making money on that purchase which is interesting and and all these different ways because you can do it through gift cards be you can also do like you said through the frequent travelers thing travel rewards different things. You not you technically get it for free if you're able to sell whatever you purchase a credit card

Coming out as Trans in Later Life

Coming Out Stories

01:54 min | 13 hrs ago

Coming out as Trans in Later Life

"You're not going to from class. She's from sorry didn't come out as trans until her mid forties when she had to tell both wife and her teenage daughter please be this interview may be triggering as it does mention transphobia and sexual abuse i may transgender woman and i think a identifies pan sexual minority lesbian of only had relationships with women and I think growing up experimented and realize the men own for me so of gum. From wherever through. I was penn sexual. Being lesbian son of to flood fell different urges at different times spies relationships. Who've been with them in ado class myself as a transit espionage. If that's a category what's it can have found but it sounds like it has been quite quite long journey in a way. Let's try and get back to the beginning showy. When can you remember sort of questioning your general thinking about gender as j. Yeah i think for me it was probably about eleven or twelve was quite femininos. Boy who is playing with the girls school and I started dressing probably about it. That i eleven twelve generally home when occurred and experimenting obviously not having any understanding really of what was going on. So you say dressing. I mean who's close we's of a mining mom's toits and stuff always still the seventies and no computers nog. My won't violence and not really having anyone's

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Indianapolis Colts Select Azeez Ojulari in Post Free Agency Mock Draft

The NFL Show

01:43 min | 17 hrs ago

Indianapolis Colts Select Azeez Ojulari in Post Free Agency Mock Draft

"Matt dollinger. Senior editor at the ringer and former lowly intern of the two thousand colts with the twenty first. Pick in the twenty twenty one. nfl draft. The indianapolis colts select aziz osha. Laurie out of georgia. I'll be honest. I'm tempted to take jones here. Because i obviously don't trust carson wentz but diseases the best pass rusher in the draft and he might be undersized but so we're dwight frene ian robert mathis. I like that. Wow that was. That was concise all encapsulated. That was how can tell intern with the two thousand nine colts. I love that colton play. They inspect so oziel ours. Your number one pass rusher. Why did you all twenty one here. And he's everyone else really dumb for not listening to you No i so know. I think this this rusher classes bachelor. Classes vary Hard to predict what how the or of the these guys are gonna come off the board. I think with oh jewelry. It's because he's a little undersized as don mentioned he's he's six foot two so that's generally speaking like shorter than you wanna passer should be however he does make up for it with incredible length. His a really wide wingspan long arms Good burst bend. I like skill set. you know. He had some really impressive russia's where he like. You almost looks like von miller where you're like bending around the corner getting really low dipping your shoulder and getting back to the cornerback So i think there's a skill set to work with their but yet speaking of the pastors for classes just basically. There's no one clear elite guy in the class. And whether it's you know a russo or jalen phillips or og. Larry couple of other guys is basically pick your flavor. Whatever type of player. You'd think has chance of succeeding in your scheme. I could see any of these guys be the first pass. Rusher pick

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FDA Says Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Pause Expected to Last a "Matter of Days"

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:45 sec | 18 hrs ago

FDA Says Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Pause Expected to Last a "Matter of Days"

"As U. S officials call for a pause in the use of Johnson and Johnson's one DOE shot. ABC News chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton says there's concern about blood clots being a rare adverse reaction to the J and J vaccine. All of those cases have occurred in women. Ranging in age from 18 to 48. They've all occurred anywhere from 6 to 13 days after the vaccine, So right now, the CDC, an FDA recommending a pause as this is investigated. Johnson and Johnson just followed with a recommendation in Europe to pause the vaccine rollout out of an abundance of caution. Now The acting FDA commissioner says she expects the pause to last a matter of

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White House Addresses Johnson

All In with Chris Hayes

01:47 min | 19 hrs ago

White House Addresses Johnson

"Biden officials are bracing for the possibility of a weeks long disruption to the johnson and johnson vaccine supply which comes or could come on the heels of that factory. Mix up the one in baltimore that ruined up to fifteen million doses of the vaccine a couple of weeks ago that said white house cove response coordinator jeff signs said today no matter what happens. Johnson johnson vaccine. The biden vaccine plan remains on track. We believe there's enough vaccination vaccine in the system during adviser for all americans wanna get vaccinated by thirty first to do so not long after he made those comments. Co pfizer piped. Up to save his company can deliver ten percent more pfizer doses than previously agreed to by the end of may which should help make up for the shortfall. Keep in mind. Those extra. ten percent doses are more than johnson. Johnson has been administered altogether. Okay johnson johnson has been a very small sliver of american vaccination thus far the pause on the use of johnson johnson vaccine was technically just a recommendation from those government agencies but most states immediately halted use single-dose vaccine along with major pharmacies. Us military most americans with johnson and johnson shots scheduled in the coming days saw them cancelled rescheduled. Some states quickly switching those people to other available vaccines today. Dr anthony fauci said that anyone who got the johnson johnson vaccine more than two weeks ago should be in the clear so someone who maybe had a month or two ago would say. What does this mean for me. It really doesn't mean anything. You're okay because if you look at the frame the timeframe when this occurs it's pretty tight from a few days six to thirteen days from the time of the vaccination

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What the Heck Is Seitan? Is It Healthy?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

01:57 min | 1 d ago

What the Heck Is Seitan? Is It Healthy?

"My editor. Who is way cooler than me has been hanging out on tiktok lately. And she says she's seen lots and lots of videos about cooking with satan. Apparently this meat substitute is having a bit of a moment. But i think there are still plenty of people who are still unfamiliar with this ingredient. And what the heck is it. How does it stack up nutritionally. And how do you eat it. Satan spelled s. e. I. t. a. n. is not a new thing. The word is japanese and it was coined about fifty years ago by one of the proponents of the macrobiotic diet. But the food that it refers to has been a staple in asian cultures for at least fifteen centuries. I remember seeing it but not buying it at the food cop that i belong to as an undergraduate at boston university now. That wasn't quite fifteen centuries ago but it was still long before the days of whole foods stores and yoga studios on every corner back then food co-ops and health food in general occupied sort of a fringe culture leftover from the age of aquarius. Today of course it's another story. Plant based in plant. Forward diets have become relatively mainstream. And you're much more likely to run across satan at your local grocery store. It's often next to the tofu or the plant based meat alternatives. If your local grocery doesn't carry it you might need to seek out a health food store a food co-op and yes. They still exist or an asian grocer. You can even make your own and have more about that in just a minute. Is most frequently used as a meat substitute in vegetarian diets. It has sort of a stringy chewy texture that makes it a fairly good substitute for meat. Unlike some meat substitutes however it's a decent source of protein but the source of the protein may surprise you because satan is made from wheat gluten.

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What the Heck is Seitan?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

01:58 min | 1 d ago

What the Heck is Seitan?

"My editor. Who is way cooler than me has been hanging out on tiktok lately. And she says she's seen lots and lots of videos about cooking with satan. Apparently this meat substitute is having a bit of a moment. But i think there are still plenty of people who are still unfamiliar with this ingredient. And what the heck is it. How does it stack up nutritionally. And how do you eat it. Satan spelled s. e. I. t. a. n. is not a new thing. The word is japanese and it was coined about fifty years ago by one of the proponents of the macrobiotic diet. But the food that it refers to has been a staple in asian cultures for at least fifteen centuries. I remember seeing it but not buying it at the food cop that i belong to as an undergraduate at boston university now. That wasn't quite fifteen centuries ago but it was still long before the days of whole foods stores and yoga studios on every corner back then food co-ops and health food in general occupied sort of a fringe culture leftover from the age of aquarius. Today of course it's another story. Plant based in plant. Forward diets have become relatively mainstream. And you're much more likely to run across satan at your local grocery store. It's often next to the tofu or the plant based meat alternatives. If your local grocery doesn't carry it you might need to seek out a health food store a food co-op and yes. They still exist or an asian grocer. You can even make your own and have more about that in just a minute. Is most frequently used as a meat substitute in vegetarian diets. It has sort of a stringy chewy texture that makes it a fairly good substitute for meat. Unlike some meat substitutes however it's a decent source of protein but the source of the protein may surprise you because satan is made from wheat

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Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song Are 'Overjoyed' by Birth of Son Dakota

Ace and TJ

01:10 min | 1 d ago

Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song Are 'Overjoyed' by Birth of Son Dakota

"You see macaulay. Culkin had had his first kid with brenda song. I had no idea that he he and brinda song. Where a couple we'll either. I was surprised and shocked. And i was like okay brenda. She's got a thing for the other guy. She dated was miley cyrus brother. Who was in the band intro station. And he that is a weird looking scrawny white dude. I think that is the same guy that she was dating. But macaulay culkin. I mean if that doesn't make you feel old. I don't know what does he got it. He got well he is old though. He's he should already been having kids. How old is he. He's probably in his mid thirties late thirties. But i don't know you just picture kevin on the cover of home alone calculus forty forty Hooked up with london tipton. hope everybody just kind of lexus. He said he's forty and alexis. Because just wrap it up. Let's live for your forty two forty year old man. She's thirty three. He brinda songs thirty-three. He's forty you date a guy who was forty or thirty now. He's macaulay culkin colleague. Kalkin though

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How To Stand Out At Soccer Tryouts

The Soccer Specialist Podcast

02:19 min | 1 d ago

How To Stand Out At Soccer Tryouts

"Back everyone to another edition of the soccer specialist. Podcast i apologize for not getting the on episode out last week. We are actually into a league season for the first time since spring of nineteen as you know. My girls are high school aid so we don't have a league season in the fall. Two things have been a little bit hectic but we are ready to go. I've just got pretty short one here for you today. I know. I say that would probably be in twenty minutes. But i just wanted to go a little bit over some tryout stuff. I know that's a popular topic in terms of preparing for tryouts. It's that time of year in most places. So i did want to go over that to some simple tips and things that you can do for you can numb us to prepare But off the top my head. Some of the things that stand out to me. There's a lot of mental stops. You can listen to other podcast episodes for that of because all that applies to anything gained practices. Tryouts wanna give you some specific tryout stuff give you a little bit of a viewpoint from a coach who's been watching them for a long long time and also some things from the player perspective as what you can do in. Look lots of players. They're right everybody's nervous. You're worried about making mistakes making the team whether it's your current team or a new team and so a few little differences that i think you should focus on from tryout to normal practices or what have you is things like hiding. Do not hide. This is so important tryouts. It is about standing out. It's about getting the coaches attention. It doesn't mean doing anything crazy. But to many players from what i've seen when it comes to the small side of gains and maybe some scrimmages they tend to hang back on defense even whether or not really typically defensive player on their on their team and they don't get involved too much they get the ball. They get rid of it quickly. They make just a simple pass because they're so afraid of making a mistake but if you play like that coaches trainers whoever's doing the evaluations they're not even really gonna notice you. You need to catch their attention if you hang back and you're not involved. How do they even know evaluate you. They don't really see you on the ball and it doesn't mean don't defend. Don't get that. Don't get me wrong about that at all but it does mean get involved in the game.

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Supporting Women in Technology

The Schmidt List

02:37 min | 1 d ago

Supporting Women in Technology

"Jillian. How are you today. I am loving. Today it's beautiful. Outside so julia. Tell me about what you're doing these days. What are you up to you and then let's talk about. Let's talk about the conference that you do the sisterhood and technology what while it's been a hugely busy spring has it that everyone i talked to okay. People stopped holding their breath. Cove ed and they're like okay. Let's do this thing so we are really like i'm. I'm busy so i work at harvard. Your partner is i do. I'ma account executive so. I'm feeling a bunch of great possessions for people right now but more importantly working on sisterhood of technology which we've talked about before and it's an effort to really make sustainable change for women in the workplace especially in technology. That is what we're working on and we had to cancel accomplished last year. And it was such a bummer. But we're going to do it this year. We just confirmed we get to have a few people on site like one hundred people on site and we're gonna do it also virtually so we are tom. We have this amazing lineup of speakers that most people around the twin cities probably haven't heard it's going to be. It's going to be really cool. Yeah i'm excited for it. I was bummed. It last year's had to get canceled. But i think it's a really important. I think it's really important mission that you're doing and the conference if i'm someone who's interested in a conference who specifically is the audience for it who do you think would get the most out of it as a really good question. So here's the thing. I would say how it's targeted there is. I think there's two fold things that we need to do for women in technology. Women need to have each other's backs right so we need to do networking and mentoring. That will be an option both virtually and in at the conference blame as well but the other half a bit is really what text mission is all about and that is really to engage organizations to make sustainable change. What does it really mean. What does it mean to be a have gender diversity and a company so people who are interested in not only their own connections there on networking connections but also. What are the key things. That i need to do. Either as a vp of technology a cio. Or someone just coming up through the ranks that needs to do organizations. How can i influence that

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Cloud Native Is Trending: What You Need to Know

7 Layers

01:58 min | 1 d ago

Cloud Native Is Trending: What You Need to Know

"The cloud era is here and the adoption of cloud environments continues so does the cloud native approach to application development. I twenty twenty two. The idc predicts ninety percent of new enterprise applications will be cloud native. This growth has been indicated by increasing cloud native technologies in market consolidation episode. We will cover the basic elements of cloud native applications. The benefits in downsides of a cloud native approach cloud native use cases trends in the cloud native market in the future of the cloud native landscape part one breaking down cloud native applications cloud adoption is at an all time high. Thanks to the surge of remote work twenty twenty. The cloud industry grew by twenty percent in the first half. Twenty twenty compared to the first half of nineteen as the cloud becomes a common approach to networking for enterprises. The dependence on retrofitted legacy applications is no longer viable with the clouds evolution. The lift and shift approach the process of migrating current enterprise applications to the cloud composedly nc performance issues in doesn't truly utilize the cloud to its full potential for a deeper dive on its evolution. Check out the cloud episode of seven layers that recently published a cloud. Native approach uses cloud native applications for enterprise networking meads cloud. Native applications are developed natively to the cloud or simply put the applications are designed for the cloud. This approach leverages cloud speed and agility. I rapidly infrequently frequently building releasing and deploying applications or application updates cloud native applications are built in and deployed rapidly by relatively small teams providing enterprises with increased agility resilience in scale ability across clouds. The small team approach is called a devops model alongside. This model cloud native development leverages several supporting technologies

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No Pain, No Gain (MM #3674)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

No Pain, No Gain (MM #3674)

"The minute with kevin mason. I've never considered myself a lucky person. Everything i've gotten. I've worked hard for and that's where the mantra of no pain. No gain comes in. I was thinking about that the other day. I've never had anything just handed to me. Not that lucky. But i was wondering to myself. Where does this phrase no pain. No gain come from so of course. I decided to look into it most famous in the nineteen eighties. It became an exercise. Mantra thanks to jane. Fonda used to always talk about no pain no gain energy and fonda tapes but of course it actually predates that it goes back to the second century in hebrew literature. In fact benjamin. Franklin talked about no pain no gain his way of saying it in poor. Richard's almanac there are no gains without pains and there some days. That's frustrating by the way today happens to be one of those days just had one of those two steps forward three steps back kind of weeks. It's not a bad thing. It just frustrating. Can i get something. I probably don't deserve just because i deserve it. Just ask it.

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No Pain, No Gain (MM #3674)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

No Pain, No Gain (MM #3674)

"The minute with kevin mason. I've never considered myself a lucky person. Everything i've gotten. I've worked hard for and that's where the mantra of no pain. No gain comes in. I was thinking about that the other day. I've never had anything just handed to me. Not that lucky. But i was wondering to myself. Where does this phrase no pain. No gain come from so of course. I decided to look into it most famous in the nineteen eighties. It became an exercise. Mantra thanks to jane. Fonda used to always talk about no pain no gain energy and fonda tapes but of course it actually predates that it goes back to the second century in hebrew literature. In fact benjamin. Franklin talked about no pain no gain his way of saying it in poor. Richard's almanac there are no gains without pains and there some days. That's frustrating by the way today happens to be one of those days just had one of those two steps forward three steps back kind of weeks. It's not a bad thing. It just frustrating. Can i get something. I probably don't deserve just because i deserve it. Just ask it.

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Twitter Doesn't Want Trump's Tweets, but the National Archives Does

Reset

02:01 min | 1 d ago

Twitter Doesn't Want Trump's Tweets, but the National Archives Does

"When a presidency ends the national archives and record administration's work begins. That's an agency that plays a key role in transferring millions of records and artifacts from the departing white house. And they even archive. The twitter accounts. Now belong to a previous administration. The national archives technically has to preserve president trump's tweets. But how exactly do you do that when he's no longer on the platform to begin with well. If you think trump's upset about getting impeached imagine felt the other day when twitter announce that they're permanently suspending his account. A lifetime ban. Explain is quint ford. Year reporter politico. Hey quint hey tony. Thanks for having me so tell me what happens. Typically when president leaves office maybe. When barack obama left office what happened to his tweets. Sure this all goes back to something. Called the presidential records act of nineteen seventy eight presidential records serve as a vital resource for the researchers and historians who document our nation's history. These documents provide insight into how and why critical decisions are made at the highest level of our democratic government. And at the end of the obama administration it was decided that the tweets and social media postings from these accounts such as at podesta which he'd seen on twitter. The presidential official facebook account are going to be preserved. As part of presidential wreckers. Got it okay. So what's the big deal with trump in particular the big deal with trump. Is that as you said real. Donald trump is no longer on twitter. And the way nahra which is the acronym for the national archives and records administration likes to preserve. These tweets is by making an archived account of them on twitter.

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The Hockey Shaman Who Rebuilt the NHLs Hottest Goalie

The Lead

01:31 min | 1 d ago

The Hockey Shaman Who Rebuilt the NHLs Hottest Goalie

"So james first of all. How many nicknames does jack campbell have in the big one for sherry soupy or soup and that is very common in hockey. Anyone that is named campbell and there've been a lot of them mostly. What you hear is yes and then you know some of the other nicknames that you get are going back further into his past and his family calls a little jack when he played in texas in the minors they call them. Happy jack which is a fitting nickname for the way that jack campbell axe but around the leaves it soup or be all the time is what you hear and seems like this guy is pretty universally loved like took to an unusual degree. Why is it's just his personality and his media availabilities obviously. He's in the biggest hockey market in the world. So there's a lot of attention on him and he's very very quickly won over. A lot of people fans coaches teammates media with just his disposition. Definitely oh the boys a nice red lobster dinner. How that's for sure off. Definitely not what i expect out of myself but thankfully a great team and the curated jeremy tonight and it was just a lot of fun nets endeared himself to his teammates into the fan base really quickly off. Matthew said soups awesome. soups awesome. He comes to the day and Smile on his face knee. He works extremely hard and been You know he's been on real us. The players really just gush about him and his story has come out and been told and all that he went through the more. The team is kind of rallied around him and kind of really embraced him as a team. May

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What Makes a Great Special Offer

The $100 MBA Show

01:58 min | 1 d ago

What Makes a Great Special Offer

"Why do people will buy and what go out. Pull out their wallets and give up their hard earned money to some products. Some services to some companies and not with others has a lot to do with understanding human needs and human fears. Because that's what drives human behavior so for the sake of today's lesson. I'm going to use an example. Let's say you're going to be selling a course on how to start a podcast. The course alone could be amazing and deliver great results. But if you wanna push this as a special offer if you want to move as many units as possible if you want to promote it she wanted to give people over the edge. You need to craft a special offer. That compels people to take action. So what are the things you need to do to create an offer that does that the actually gets people to buy now not later first of all. Let's make sure that we don't undersell the core product. The core thing were selling so in this case an online course on had podcast or start a podcast to talk about what's in the cores the modules lessons. That's fine and all but that's not really what people really care about. You have limited time and limited attention of your audience. You know you can't just waste it on going on and on things that really. Don't move the needle really moves. The needle is the change. The customer's going to go through the result. The after picture people really care about what they're going to get what they're going to experience afterwards even if you're selling let's say for example to tickets at disneyworld the smiles on people's faces the memories the feeling of being an amazing partner or family member or parent. These are the real reasons why people go to disneyworld. It's not because they have x. amount of rides or themed restaurants. These are nice. And that's cool and everything. By the end of the day people are chasing feeling is chasing a result

"doe" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

The Tony Robbins Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"doe" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

"And how money works because we feel that, that's where. A lot of the mistakes come from. That's where a lot of the downfall comes from early on in life. And simply thinking that dead is okay. And thinking that it's all right to start out behind and not knowing so me being a person that came from environment that has fucked money up. Not done it correctly. Now that a point where I've done it. Right. I understand it. I now want to educate and give information authentically that can be received based on where I'm from and when I've done these are the things now that I'm realizing that my platform has put me in position to do, so the higher level of change. And I'm able to really make an impact for is now what I'm doing. So what you doing that it makes it more valuable and it shows the my efforts are all paying off. That's already, we're going to give you unshakable Spurs as larger group, you want that book, be one twelve urinating more than one to open. I hope it'll be helpful. Thank you. Man. I appreciate it. So, how'd you become as mogul dude? How did you go you have? No business background. So how do you go from that to this gigantic platform? You you've invested in yourself. I heard you put up ten million bucks on one of the first film, tours that you, did you put your ads on the line. Most people don't do the most people are looking to do their gig and get a royalty or something. Why is your mindset, different in how did you become so successful in business? The one thing that I'm most confidence me. So I'm gonna lose. I'm gonna lose all myself at this point, it was where I knew that I would get a positive outcome and a good return on my investment. I wanted to spend on you. You knew that was betting on me, and I knew the potential of my project and what it could do. The biggest reason for my entrepreneur drive right now is, is by being a sponge when you're around other entrepreneurs and you see what the benefit of a creative mind is it's spark shores, the only way to really get to my goal if I'm trying to become a billionaire, and I want to take that money and DOE, it back into several communities have to surround myself with other people that had that same mentality and one hundred percents opinion. And the one thing that I figured that everybody has it's not just one thing there, several different things there several this several chances there several. You know, ideas that you're throwing things at and out of those ideas, you finally great group of people that you can surround yourself, that can help you possibly position yourself in a way for these things to work is not done as an individual is done as an individual that gets a great team around him that can help bring your ideas to a reality. And that's what I've been smarter, don't the right who's the proximity with the people who have done it. Best and that are great at being team players. Like I have no ego. I don't know at all. I don't have the education that matches up with the things that I've done, or that I'm doing, but what I do have is the understanding of how things work. And when you get the people that have a different type of understanding a you match my understanding, what chores you have something that is destined to succeed because you're putting a creative vision and a. A real a real hindsight, with the education, and the, the structure and the systematic view in combining those things you now look up. And you have companies does how companies get Bill. And when you have a team, a real valuable team that has a high level of energy and effort in and will to make something work because they believe in the chances of you losing very slim. I've been lucky enough to work with great people and at credit, my team every chance that I get because I don't get here by myself. I get here with people that help motivate and push and stay true to the course that we all are on. So from heartbeat productions to laugh out loud, too. Sirius XM too right now. My book publishing company to say me right now with my want my newest want is to start my own audio book lane like I'm noticing that within audio books there they do amazing. But they go to one particular place, audio you don't really have there isn't really anything else out there. So what is something else that can act as a competitor that.

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

"doe" Discussed on Reveal

"Local TV station. W I M T. It's from Joe Mayon just a couple years before he passed away Joe and a funeral home in town. And he was the guy who actually went and retrieved the body stays with me. Pray love over the hoping they'd she can be the bad and is killed. Joe held a funeral service for mountain Jane Doe Keven paid for the casket himself had just couldn't say little girl in Canada case getting psych in and no one what she may have gone through with my mail sad. Some that people came from all around they lined up outside his small red brick chapel for the funeral and after they buried her that was kind of it police had a few leads over the years that never really went anywhere. But the people of Harland and the Kentucky state police never forgot about mountain, Jane Doe. This is a case that I have heard about since I was little Jackie pick rose from Harlan. She's with the Kentucky state police. And so whatever I came here is the check of sergeant I went if found the case just to read through it. There's not a lot to work with in this case mountain. Jane does case was passed down from one detective to the next for decades. Retired state police detective Ken Kreider tried to solve it in the early nineties. The one thing that probably bugged me more than anything in my career was not been able to solve something because they've really matters to people..

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"doe" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"doe" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"It is through ride in or unauthorised offense gene girl jane doe jiang were wrong you're rider more ours oh man woo hoo mom they are uh.

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"doe" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"doe" Discussed on RobinLynne

"It is through ride in or unauthorised offense gene girl jane doe jiang were wrong you're rider more ours oh man woo hoo mom they are uh.

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"doe" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"doe" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Over the years there were lots of theories about who mountain jane doe might be who might have kilter but they never panned out the case pretty much goes cold until the fall of two thousand when something happens that sets it back in motion i had thought about her in years that's dharla jackson again i got married at had a child i was raising a family so this younger all that was found murdered in sixty nine was not even a memory really the time dharla grew up hearing stories of mountain gene does a kid but those memories of faded she's a mother now and she's busy helping run the family business her husband's funeral home so when did she come back into your life she came back into my life in november of two thousand my aunt loretta called me she first asked me do you remember the girl found in 1960 nanomoles shepir trend lesson yeah of course i remember it and she said well your uncle james is saying that he may know who killed her he wants you and i to help her uncle james sailor had recently moved into a trailer next to the harline guess cemetery where mountain jane doe was buried he says that maybe a few days later that he wakes up and he sees a girl he tells the same thing to dr was on loretta martin and he said she had short very neatly blonde hair cadillac a little page fourway shall very clean chris spotlight house set was very detailed description and he said i started to sit up at the la exist on the side of the bad and when i did she disappeared now revealed doesn't do go stories and there isn't any proof anywhere that psychics actually solve crimes even though it's wellknown that detectives consult with them from time to time needless to say i was skeptical of the story funchal james sister loretta was too and asking us at times argue sure you're not what he smoking what was you know where you a selepe when you saw this vision of this girl he started telling me all about it and he.

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"doe" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"doe" Discussed on Reveal

"Turn says that at different times throughout her childhood her grandma would say those awful words about her mother in the murder this was forty years before she was identified through dna it raises so many questions if we're grandma knew what happened to sanji k widened she contact the police deterrence grandma no more than she was saying about the murder in a for grandma a new did anyone else you feel like you can't trust standing body and you don't know you know who know sinn who don't know aand you know it's it's it's a horrible feeling to feel like everybody knows something in nobody will tell you if someone did know something they weren't talking according to police noone filed a missing persons report for sanja k and nineteen sixty nine she disappeared from letcher county right next to harlan with their living so close why didn't anyone make the connection and widen anyone in letcher county reporter missing here's the thing about being on identified in her anonymity mountain jane doe was perfect and djelic but in reality sanjika his life was more complicated we found her divorce papers the kentucky state archives that tell part of her story it's a public record and a snapshot of a turbulent time towards the end of her life in nineteen sixty seven sanji k married a guy named roy atoms about a year later roy went into the army while roy was in the military sanji k left him for his brother james.

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"doe" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"doe" Discussed on Reveal

"But without mountain jane does dna in the system there's nothing to match it to a for now the skeleton a sitting on a shelf at the lab in texas there's a backlog of cases that's monthslong like the coroner said to waiting game and then finally almost a year after the second examination in september of 2016 today we bodily learn the answer to a question investigators at harlan county have been asking for almost half a century who is the mountain jane doe dna testing could affirms the body is that of sonya k blair adults sonya k blair adams disappeared from her home is letcher county kentucky when she was just twenty one years old her name was sonya came layer atoms sonya k blair adams mother author lewis chain dow her name assange a k blair adams were in karen states living sitting on the couch she's a strawberry blond just like her mom simple thomas she was a good person choose come heartbeat and you know people liked her we heard from karen earlier in the show she's the one who saw the tv news cast in two thousand nine and called the number on the bottom of the screen but when karen called in the person who answer told her no mountain jane doe couldn't bear mother a sense he was younger and didn't have any children it can be her they were wrong but karen didn't give up with help from her kids in tennessee eventually she found out about names they swab cairn energy kids for dna namus was wonderful on didn't cost anything for me or my children and done it my mustang all dan she share some pictures with us on our laptops so i do have a bitter pitcher karen as her mother's eyes it's amazing to see a photo of her after all this time and it makes it all really sad there's nothing ever gonna make it good that i didn't have a mother you know i would love to head a mother and notre but there's nothing can bring that becker change it because you know even ma children they never had a grandmother because of this as i slice sad to now.

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"doe" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"doe" Discussed on Reveal

"There's i don't know anything else that we can do at this particular point in time that's gonna speeded along making an identification of a gene dough isn't quicker easy here's how it works the national missing an unidentified person system her name as as a database it's too big lists really one is a list of unidentified bodies jane and john does the others a list of people who've been reported missing is tries to match the two it's like a raffle one ticket alone doesn't do it you need the other ticket with the matching number the dna fingerprints and dental profile of the jane doe ticket aftermatch the profile of the family ticket we want to reunite families we wanna send them back haunt we want to give them their name that they were foreign laugh amy jobs is an investigator for namus said the system had flag several possible matches space off of high weight date in mountain jane does case the database flags four missing women who could be a match women who were about the same age who disappeared around the same time aim is job is to collect dna samples from their families we want to gather as many relatives as we possibly can to strengthen that dna profile to build that profile amy goes out into the field to collect dna basically she dragged people's homes and ask them to put a queue tip in their mouth is caught a bucle swat and we clinton at skin sales from the inside of the mouth she takes the q to back to the lab where scientists use those skins cells to create the dna profile.

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"doe" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"doe" Discussed on Reveal

"Todd has a dark sense of humor it's how he makes it through a tough job for the most part monday job is finding the missing among the day in the unidentified disease todd's got hair that's long in the back and feathered on the sides in a thick grew mustache he runs the national missing an unidentified person system or namus the program that works to identify john and jane does over the years namus a solved more than five hundred of these cases i found out about harlan county jane doe case because of dr less book he said that in my book that i route that no one was interested in this young girl and her murder and he informed me that he was very interested area uh or ring one after darlan's book is published taught invites rondo a radio show he hosts about america's missing here i remember that efforts laid eyes on dharla jason she was just too true southern bail a lovely woman very compassionate grow there were never brought simply forgotten are on the part of europe and our her so in asala lauded the same sh chileans that i've had my sale for you know the casus in a brutal tactics a special interest in mountain gene deuce kice partly because it's his home turf he's from appalachian tennessee a few hours drive from harline with the hurling kenny jane doe case the only thing left to do in this case is to get that body out the ground for dna collation todd goes to the only person who can have her body exhumed the harlan county coroner it takes months to get a quarter from a judge and then finally one morning in november of 2014 they're ready to dig up mountain jane doe fortyfive years after she went into the ground.

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"doe" Discussed on Reveal

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

"doe" Discussed on Reveal

"We couldn't find anyone still alive who was there on that day of june in nineteen sixty nine when they found the body but we did find an eyewitness account from two thousand nine news broadcast on the local tv station wins tea it's from joe man just a couple of years before he passed away joined a funeral home in town he was a guy who actually went and retrieved the body very greatly pray arallo leash hoping late and briere deal alleged kill at he'll also joe held a funeral service for mountain jane doe was buried even paid for the casket himself had years could contain rogue girlie can a cash capable taken in no one harsh lay counterweights lie beyond that the mound said shan people came from all around the lined up outside his small redbrick chapel for the funeral and after they buried her i was kind of it police had a few leads over the years that never really went anywhere but the people of harland and the kentucky state police never forgot about mountain jane doe this is a case that i have heard about since i was little jackie pick rules from harlem she's with the kentucky state police and so whatever i came here is the take sergeant i win if found the ice just hurry through a there's a stall ought to work with in this case malan gene does case was passed down from one detective to the next for decades retired state police detective can crider tried to solve it in the early nineties the one thing the proper blidberg may more than anything in my career wish not been able to soft soft line.

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"doe" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"doe" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"We also might not have been prostitute yeah she may have been some poor innocent bystander who gotta have ride from the rawlsliliana hitchhiker there yeah adequate a like that would be one reason the safe you pitcher up at a truck stop or somewhere and you're a little word that somebody's going to recognize earned the papers in our than maybe put together these this season solder ivory brownbuick with you well just wipe her face although there really distinctive clothes so i don't know why he would an ice an bigger close with that remark still think that way that's what to do ju fanned clearly it didn't really matter that much because and come forward and said yeahi recognize those clothes all right well that's all i have you guys have any additional theory not really are always savor the close to is it who knows i mean the skirt she might not even have ever worn that skirt i mean that's something a good about goodwill and draped it over a body which somebody could have pulled her pancer panties offered thrown them away somewhere yeah i mean it could obeys could be a toll red herring genethe adhering sorry house was got more is expected so on yeahi do not super thrilled about the resolution to this case but we cover unsal mysteries that's okay we damp somebody will listen to this podcast it will jr their memory and release resolute from here yeahso we're gonna put some links as usual on our website that you can find their own where you can also stream the episode if you want earning you can download the episode from the website as well if you're wondering if we've covered a case there's a list of episodes there on you can also find links to our march the website is thinking sideways podcastcomwe are on social media of course you can find us on facebook we've got a group and a page so like the page and join the group we've got a twitter which is think in sideways we also assad read it which is just thinking sideways and finally if you want to get a hold of us the very best way to do that is to send us an email we despite the thousands of emails we get a day we don't get a thousand emails day.

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"doe" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"doe" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"But just round the is there her mouth was totally danii don't ii disagree i don't know that this is necessarily a scenario where it was done in such a way to make her unidentifiable everybody at that point everybody knows about fingerprints if you really want to take her off the map you would do like what's his name and start cutting off the hands in fingertip serve but supposing you knew her and new that she'd never been arrested or fingerprinted but the okay wouldn't if it out that that implies that you know her well enough to know that amine this out maybe is nothing saying the murder didn't our yet but there's there's i mean it it could very well have been just i mean we've talked about these cases for just a case of rage and the guy literally just beats her and beat sir and beat serb to pass the point of of death he is judge called i overkill nice fun i realise acti recognize what you're saying data but and this saying it's entirely possible there was deliberately for two to impede identification and i'm saying i don't ii don't i don't think that the necessarily was mean that the love i was shot in her face sarath wrist over the number of the police out with thinking about the abuse thinking about that particular thing so she's not been arrested and yet somebody would have known her by fire fighter face soi mean now it's not much but it's possible that if she was if she was in the industry she may not have been in the industry for a long period of time death emirati they knew as it wasn't a prostitute nobody there but i'm seeing if if that's the scenario she may have been in it a short time or good enough it'll voiding being kawhi that she was in in assisting because there are people who go for years without getting picked up.

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"doe" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"doe" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"I unless it was to try to solidify the death penalty she never had this ii think did what she was trying to do is sharp lid on thick indeed so that she looked like the innocent bystander like root we were just talking about and as you guys just kinda hinted at so that he had that he just there was no way he was going to get out of it so that he couldn't come after her whether he truly was doing the thing she said he was or not or if sean just said heypatsythanks ally there'sorigas who are you know pamceron prostitution rings who are necessarily murderers burgers store violent noyeah happy we really you know i could see where you might want to get away from zeal all of them but as far as the the problem with this the case actually did get a fair amount of publicity and so it charlie assa bullets her being from that that kind of area and the geographic area not far from newjersey heard all about it about the circumstances of this body being found in graveyard newjersey totally and so even woah there may well have committed some murderers well the i mean they asked the other thing is that like finding out who did that to her doesn't really bring us any closer to finding out who she wealth might he might have some clues as straight entity if you find out who it is and ring ring the truth mia the but if it was i mean but if it was arthur heat he said he just picked up a random prostitute i mean he would i it i find it interesting though that whoever did kill princess founded the really thought it was important to obliterate or face.

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"doe" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"doe" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"That's what dina sad when she was rested nonserb coercion was not her was hailed the whole time to answer joe's question about she was she just she couldn't do anything about it or she'd get the b she did she did they'd come at least one that he literally held like a gun to her head and said you have to do this i don't remember what that what i don't think it was a murder thing i think it was something else but he's he she said that he threatened her and so after arthur went to trial and face the death penalty for the original three murders donna gave further no the original three three three murders two unidentified woman and ill genehow annual in an empty dont'a gave further information that arthur had killed one other female a young prostitute in a graveyard and early nineteen easy to there's really no corroborating evidence for this it sounds like donna story may have changed a few times there's a police can't substantiate it donna said in one instance donna said that arthur had brought a young woman who was matched the description and wearing similar close home and then laughed and then came back without her in another instance donna said actually she had gone to the graveyard with them and then are you had said indian he'd she had watched him mercer witness she had been a witness and then arthur said if you tell anyone i'll do this to you so her story changed a couple andrew's but i'm not i guess them don't know why she would say that he'd murdered her if he did end.

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"doe" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"doe" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"Yes so of course he is the suspect i don't see any similarities with his actual confirmed murders and this murder hm fraud will go you really can't take it with his word employed we just talked about this yeah can't do it juror the next most credible theory is jolerifkinhe's also a serial unamerican cereal now from the draw but i can't remember annoys kill a bunch would how thehillremember okay iit's believed to have killed up to 70 laurayeah pretty pearl prolific after bunch yeahbut i it would have been really early his first official murder was in a 1989 and he also had a thing for going for prostitutes in the newyork area and the n his his mode he did a lot of weird cutting of painting isn't he the one who did like the weird cutting situation with clothes he will he would he would take us like the first curley took off her finger knit your fingertip sinner teeth and like he was doing some semi dismembering yeahlike he wasn't just a guy who just dumped the body whole and i mean i can see the argument for escalation you know that he just accident lee beat this one girl on than didn't do anything but i don't wait win was one was princess found 8080zhu and he who's lady but he i don't i don't think it was andii really all reason the thinks they really always him worried were like oh but it was escalation because it just seems like too easy of away you painted paint the guy into the by for eight box around.

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"doe" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"doe" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"Nancyreagan i don't think nowbill around nothere is a theory out there and i think this is we're gonna do like most to least credible yes we should be released oh you into least most released most leave the least credible theory of ever heard i literally titled this the dumbest theory is that princessdoe was killed by the blairsbay a by a blair's town police officer which is why the case was never solved this codem visit though yes now if you're like the your easier the investigating officer on this this is walk tikolo guy that wanders viramontes serves as a ribbon emphasis on this now awesome great i mean that's really too bad i was waiting for say hifi houghiso sorry yeah it's it's it out the craziest the because lissettewe have read about and had people talk to us about massive instances of police involvement and corruption for things like this i mean yeah yes it's not on heard of but that's our law and order there's no abbas there's no evidence end the the deep dedication that lieutenantkrantz has shown to this case i mean he's been investigating it actively even in retirement obviously wasn't where there was some other looted rightbut he would've i think he would have found something out if there was something to be found iran's are supporting as his funded yes not funny morton on the next dumbest theory is henrylucas you guys know henrylucaslaura yacht henrylucas is the serial killer coup claims to have murdered more than 4000 people.

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"doe" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"doe" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"That's true that's true peopleyup but the one of the big problems as her height patricio woodlike 55 great matters yeahshe also had in her name i don't remember which one it is charlie project posting maybe she'd had a broken arm and she'd had her tonsils out and her wisdom teeth were impacted on an op ed princessdoeden have any of those things soi don't think it's a good match and all now prevalent an the bummer i don't know why actually seen it's not just on the internet but in news accounts although know of course you know news accounts journalism whatever is civil cnn grossyom yum so that those are the only two named people that we really added one theory is that prince as though is the runaway or a prostitute was the theory goes predictably that princess ran away maybe she was vaughn maybe she ran away and then she was a wellknown in oceancitymaryland either as being run away or as a prostitute or perhaps both um this is another series yes our the hell it came from yeahso the the idea that she was a wellknown prostitute at a local truckstop i guess and there is a big problem with this in that is that not a single person came forward and said they recognized her on the other hand all go ahead and say that if she wasn't heat underaged i don't know a single person who would be like oh yeah i know that prostitute.

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