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"hood robin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:52 min | 5 months ago

"hood robin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"So hard to do for SoftBank on the verge of losing another top executive COO Marcello Clara in talks to split after asking for a $1 billion in compensation We'll get to that in a moment but first let's look at the markets Obviously we're watching Apple our ad ludlow here looking at the big picture too at give us a snapshot Yeah well we will get to Apple and spoiler They had a great fiscal first quarter but we got to look at the broader markets first And as that 100 down 1.2% of the close that tech heavy index But again we swung from gains earlier in the session to losses and that's why I bring up Apple because is this big beat by Apple going to change the psychology of the market There's been so focused on the outlook for rates and what will happen to those stretch valuation tech stocks and why SE fang plus index that basket and mega cap tech stocks in Chinese ADRs also under pressure big reason Tesla down 11% a $108 billion of market cap shed and its biggest post earnings drop since July of 2019 semiconductors continue to be under pain down almost 5% And risk off sentiment in the market Bloomberg galaxy crypto index which is largely Bitcoin in Ethereum with some other larger market value tokens also selling off Let's get to this after hours earnings with Robin Hood Robin Hood having a tough time of it in the final quarter of 2021 The equities trading revenue down 35% And so the top line comes in at $362.7 million of sales below expectations I heard you talk about those meme stocks You know November December of last year there was volatility so it's really interesting to see Robin Hood struggling therein after hours Then let's think about Apple here because it was a big beat A big beat on the top line This is record revenue almost a $124 billion of revenue for Apple way above expectations Strengthen those new products they're talking about of course the Christmas period the holiday period is apple's fiscal first quarter iPhone 13 comes out Looks like there is strength You and I were Chang a moment ago before we came on air why was the iPad not as strong That's something to listen for in the call But Dave Apple circumvent supply chain issues it seems so Emily They certainly did At ludlow thank you I want to stick with apple and bring in Forrester analyst Julie ask Julie gotta ask you about this big beat What do you make of it Given the chip crisis and the supply issues that everyone else seems to be dealing with Yeah you know I give credit to Apple They continue to stun despite the Egypt shortage and the supply chain issues What we see from our side is consumer demand for the kind of products they sell is still very strong We saw 19% of consumers buy a new laptop in the past 6 months We see 76% of consumers using streaming audio and other 50% with streaming video The demand is strong Consumers expect to be home and expect in and out of office environments gyms and so forth Demand for Apple products continues to be strong The folks who bought a smartphone in the past 6 months we show 47% in the U.S. bought an iPhone And we show consumer demand for bundles to be strong They like to save money It takes away the complexity of choosing So Apple is doing a lot of things right when we look at consumer demand today We saw the iPad really make a resurgence through the pandemic What do you make of the relative weakness we're seeing in this quarter doesn't have to do with kids going back to school and sort of moving into a new phase of the pandemic I think you're right It could be a new phase of the pandemic I mean certainly it's not become the laptop replacement at some thought it would be It certainly is a tool for those are creative Those are on the go And I certainly think the strength of the media offering helps the iPad but I think one of the things we look at too is just when we look at the Christmas season we look at things like three G came around a lot of consumers were forced to upgrade their smartphones And I think we could also just be seeing a question consumers priorities during the holiday quarter rather than slack demand for a new product overall So actually we are getting some headlines from the call right now and Tim Cook saying that iPad revenues were lower due to supply constraints so clearly this is something that Apple is still feeling and it's impacting the iPad specifically What do you make of that Yeah I don't know if there's more analysis that I can offer You know certainly it's tough I went on apple's website yesterday I looked at the iPad Pro at the upper end of the line I looked at AirPods I looked at smartphones I looked at smart watches There weren't many products that I couldn't get within a week But certainly from the stories that I've read it does seem like the supply chain impacted their ability to deliver to consumers in the last quarter of last year So what else are you watching here China in particular seems to be really strong In fact every region was strong except we saw relative weakness in Japan but the iPhone once again gaining that top spot in China after 6 years Yeah so I think it's good to say that certainly the iPhone or iOS isn't the dominant operating system in the China But certainly Huawei has struggled Xiaomi hasn't come forth and brought out a killer product that everyone wants So I think it's a good time You know overall I think the other thing is Emily as we look forward you know it's not just about the smartphone or just about the tablet or about the watch It's about the ecosystem including all of the services that go around that And there isn't really a company that has a stronger more cohesive experience offering that work throughout an ecosystem like Apple does And so the more devices consumers buy the more services they buy are service bundles they buy the more likely they also are to be attracted to the Apple ecosystem I'd say the second thing that I look at is the biggest type and kind of the biggest buzzword of the past four to 6 months in this industry has been the metaverse And so I think as we also look forward when we think about what is it going to take to create experiences What kind of a headset What kind of a heat consistent Who has developers who has services I think it's going to be fun to watch Apple on that dimension as well Tim Cook saying supply constraints were worse in Q one than Q four which certainly makes you wonder is it going to continue to get worse Is there no relief Had moved on to talking about the iPhone now on the call best lineup ever he says the max setting a record as well But I want to move on to services and Apple TV plus And of course this business that Tim Cook himself really bet on so many years ago and has you know almost surpassed just about everyone's expectations Is there anything in particular on the services side that you're watching especially over the next year Probably a few things So one you know certainly there's a difference between consumers using an audio service or using a video service or some paying for it So we're seeing more consumers pay the second thing is as we're seeing consumers drawn towards the bundles like the bundle that Apple offers.

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"hood robin" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence

Geeks Under the Influence

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"hood robin" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence

"Russian debut. Like i know not not the big with. Oh jesus bam spider she pasty. We're not even at the drug a senior. And you're already. I'm gonna do it. The data which you kind of like you know regarding where kind kinda goes in and out anyway. So because he forgot a couple of times he was rushing or he was supposed to be american like after they get a jailbreak size or kind of goes back and forth that a little bit just because the russian accent so chunky in its own right that sound like yakov schmear naf half the time when russia you rescue helicopter that i see is so important because you know. He's pretended to be american for some years so v slips back and forth. That's just because he'd been undercover for so many years as erica's totally that's it at least it's better than elizabeth olson's slipping back and forth in russian accent. She apparently is. The russian accent is coming back to. Is it coming back. Apparently in doctor strange they said the russian accents coming back so so of your life gets completely devastated than the accident comes back you know so maybe has to do with a multi verse That is true. I like that she had an out. She could've kevin costner this shit and just been the russian character. That doesn't have the accent. Like kevin costner in in in Robin hood robin hood. Yeah but no. They're like no. You gotta do the russian Fuck yeah it's back. sorry. I'm back then i missed. My vision is missing stops. no but overall what. What's our general feel on the movie. Did we all enjoy it. Was there mixed feelings. The moments when they really tried to develop the story. Which was that. What gave this movie a little bit more depth than your average marvel film was also what slowed. There's in my opinion slowed this film down to a grinding halt. In my opinion again that that there were there were trying to build some sense of family and some sense of deflated expectations. Another things but i felt like i don't know how long the movie was for five hours but they could have easily cut about an hour out of that for me. I absolutely understand what you're saying. I felt that there was a mixture of those important interpersonal moments and a lot of action. But they were all clumped together whereas you look at like winter soldier civil war there's action and then those interpersonal moments that are intercut between one another so it's more evenly spaced out. The last thirty minutes of this movie is just nonstop action where there was a point where i'm like action. I don't this isn't actually pushing the plot ford any. It's just a lot of explosions and people falling from stuff and the same with the dialogue. Where can something explode. can you have just like. it doesn't matter. They could just like sitting around. Being like yeah. Pigs do what you want. And then there's an explosion that assistance and they go that's weird and just move on with it. I just needed more explosions there. I mean i was fine with the sister sister part. That was fine for me so it was when you get to the dinner table scene that i actually thought it was like way better than i expected i. I don't know what i just didn't i think has. It just took so long to come out. I wasn't like expecting like what i saw. Yeah but i will say like the very end you know win. She's there and then she looks camera but then it just as a pause and says two weeks later. I'm like well that had just been a mid credit scene. That was that was just kind of like it. Didn't make sense to end the movie on that. Yeah i did feel though at the very end there was almost as we were saying this but almost too much going on as you know freefalling and there's chunks of the satellite falling down all it was almost overwhelming. I dunno. I got got distracted with everything that was going on. It was like cut to the plane cut to them. Falling to cut to this was back and forth a little too much. In my opinion she really released elena's parachute way quickly like they were like way high in the air. It was like when you've released like you gotta be way farther down on the ground. And then all of a sudden they were on the ground in two seconds the clouds. And now you're on the chessmaster. Spare parachute was five hundred feet from the ground when it got released. Yeah like oh to be waiting there for forty five minutes. Slow drift down from the upper atmosphere. Yeah i did like gave. No fox like guess i might die and the dove after pastor and then got her sister safe and then it was like i might die again and then just fought taskmaster ready to roll inch kinda give two shits. Yea i do appreciate that. I mean the i mean. Come on if you weren't sure how bad ass where she was. What she breaks are fucking knows on the table leader calls whatever his name the head i just he called she pretty much calls him a little bit. Yeah drag off and then slams her nose. I was like that's pretty full. 'cause i if you anybody here seen hereditary that scene where he breaks his nose and that it's hard for me to watch and then to see someone knowingly do that to themselves no but let's just waiting for her to weird laugh from From fight club turned. I also thought at the end scene when yelena is at the the gravestones like the person responsible for your sister's death. I wanted her to turn. And be like that chick like tried to die so many times i saw her like. I'm pretty sure it's not his fault. Probably not no. I'll take this. I'm pretty sure. I could just tell her own thoughts. You had a parachute and she'd be make sense. Okay yeah like yeah right. That's why she died. I was like watching a video. And i'm just like how did she know that like he was with her. How does she know any of that. She doesn't know anything she watch. What she she just like. Oh how did he obviously watching the movie. All space balls right now. Yeah exactly yeah is perfect. How marvel- was just like okay. Good now you seen the movie and we're gonna have another show coming out if you guests the very end of the credit. What's gonna be here's hawkeye go and into their next show during the parachute. Seen in black widow there is no point intil taskmaster pulls the parachute that you know. They have a parachute. There's no like there's a. I'm assuming it's not normal gear for all the widows because black widow doesn't have one that there's no point where she knows for sure that there is a pair shoot somewhere in the conversation so i'm gonna fight taskmaster gonna die. Yeah like just gonna because there's clearly no place for a parachute like where was it. Was it in a ring like what was it like flashes costume where it's like hidden in a ring was that small like a little tiny parachute. Yeah no just the the the the backpack thing with the stick syringe bet and tiny. Little fucking would have been awesome. There is like a little room to the side and it said parachute here and that's where she grabbed it for. She grabbed her. Yeah this is important information here. As there's a low orbit satellite that nobody ever noticed before no one noticed We didn't show up on any radar or anything just kind of there. There isn't even invisible. It was just hanging out in very fortunately placed clouds. I mean between that. And then the shield hovercraft like how have no planes ever smack into either of these things ever ever not run into the red room yeah coast in would be visible. I just would be nervous like So this will definitely just stay up in the air. All the time like what i needed was the floating gas station from tailspin. Next cloud over. Yes just like a fucking bear filling up planes. We'll gonna looks bucolic after this. We're going to bring something about how there's no crime in the sky. So that's why you can get away with everything is sky crime. Clearly i mean the red room is is lousy guy crew. That's what i'm saying you up sky. Everything's loud does that follow the same rules like open waters pretty much. Yeah up in the air gambling. It's just like a bunch of shoddily put together stitch together air balloons that are just yu-gi-oh within two hundred feet of earth and you're gonna get charged with a crime but above that you're scott free all right. Rosie's casino available. What.

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"hood robin" Discussed on The Dystopian Republic

The Dystopian Republic

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"hood robin" Discussed on The Dystopian Republic

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"hood robin" Discussed on The Dystopian Republic

The Dystopian Republic

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"hood robin" Discussed on The Dystopian Republic

"The kids discerned that there where the victim was during his. Life's last two minutes. They were certain the tavern with us heavily guarded as the one where the victim met his end. Their chances of getting out of their captivity alive were almost nil the most they could do was dragged robbie down the pit of death. There are about to fall into speaking of whom he contemptuously asked them. If they stupidly fought he wouldn't come for them. They replied that. They surely expected a fascist. Like him to try and get them but what they didn't anticipate with him making good on that effort. He heaped scorn on them for daring to think that ceiling from him was going to be like stealing from all the others. They've robbed from that. Scorn went off on them more noisily than an m. eighty explosive blowing to burnt shards the armour of indemnity. They were so sure what shatterproof. That's birch them kilometers into their car. Cerro phobia a phobia caught by his olfactory. Glands but to their surprise and puzzlement turbine was the last thing he had on his mind also not on. His mind was asking them for his wallets back. He presumed they spent all the cash he had hence why he preemptively closed all his old cards an open new ones ensuring he beat them to his balances. In checking in savings he fought. It was pointless to have them locked and sells for a prison term within the law the juvenile detention system imbecile melia was mostly a chain of battering houses. Bill to habits prisoners turn new leaves by beating and bullying them into worthlessness wishing they hadn't committed their crimes even so it's was view that if he had them put in juvie date come from his head after serving their time. That was how his baby brother. Laurie met his final exit nearly a year to the day in no way would he allow lorries fate to also be his the scowls he saw them were the same scowls that lorries. Tween aged killers gave him in the courtroom. His removal of his blazer tie and dress shirt and cracking of his knuckles made it clear to them. What with coming flashing their life of feeding before there is that life began accidentally on a rainy january night in two thousand four. The kids hobbled their glum jogging from a mini mart after a heartfelt argument and altercation with the cashier lady but the scars. They acquired all clotted full when they found water purification tablets and chocolate bars in their pockets. The tablets in bars were their tell tale that they five finger the march on their cashier. Fo- tidal waving and and spirited fla geisha snus. That made them wanna keep stealing. It never stop though. Arlo with the truth theft attic. His cousins weren't far behind endure addictions. Their addictions had them embark on across country five fingering spree that spree moved furtively up down and around the isles of grocery shops food mart and snack bars their steps and motions were everyone else's shielding them from the prying eyes up employees and other shoppers but the time workers knew what hit them. The kids were long gone with their stolen goods. Their initial steals went to buy without a hitch and without detection before. And during the fact but when photos of the robin byrd dress started showing up. That was when they took their stealing unicycle. To the big box surveillance stores were their tactics. Changed in those stores austin window shop through the various food aisles. Andre searched for items he could buy with a few coins he had avery purposely. Got all the cameras on her by moving like a booster giving. Arlo the cover. He needed to make the actual steals in league..

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"hood robin" Discussed on The Dystopian Republic

The Dystopian Republic

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"hood robin" Discussed on The Dystopian Republic

"No words could describe how relieved and powerful. They all felt that night the money they had was enough to pay their rent for the next four months and on top of that they had the satisfaction of really sticking it to a coterie of over privileged ghouls but unbeknownst to them they're unjustice shirts. Were already in the works after school. Let out the following monday. The kids walked happily toward a strip mall. Each of them had dollars. They stole from other students throughout the day. their plan was to buy a gallon. Tub of ice cream for them to show with maya in celebration of their payment of the rent. They weren't worried about the police catching wind of their cereal feeding. Although the increased media attention was a concern there was little doubt that the he'd had intensified in that it was time for them to put their hobby on hiatus until the heat wore off in a parked vehicle nearby amana watched them walk into the dollar store via binoculars pop tunes soundtrack. There ambled done of toys a row of toy electric guitars on the top shelf. Stops there amble muddled by girl getting her pop star on to most she was just a ploy by marketers to entice little girls into buying their toys but to them she represented. What austin did before she was taken advantage of sexually distress andrei. Arlo every felt paled. In comparison to the distress austin felt her mind returned to those eight hours the worst in her whole life bar none the unwanted ogling groping stripping rustling punching copulating and discarding. It all played like a film to extreme for even the smartest of shelves a depraved flick. It surely was rolling tears down. Austin's cheeks feeling her pain. Andre ordered arlo and avery. Dicko pick out the ice cream while he tended to her with arlo and avery. Obliging andre could now pain kill. Austin's mind lee scars. He lovingly carris her clavicle in an effort to know her scars. His nasi sceptres his gentle hand. Lert her into his commiserate tive gays shallow in her sorrow. Andre vehemently assured her that no part of that. Abominable attack was her fault. His strong feelings brought her ocean deep. Sorrow down to a tearfully grinning puddle. Their moment distracted them from the autocaravane slithering into the mall. Eight men in suits stepped out and approached the store. Heavily-armed thorough austere entry froze. The kids and cashier right. Were they were. The kids trembled on the muzzles of the men's semiautomatics the shock flowing in their veins whether extreme ethics stream could be. They fought wholeheartedly. That nobody else would feel. They're callers with no way out. They apprehensively staggered to the men with their hands up. The cashier is handed a bundle of hundreds by the men to keep his mouth shut in response. He let them exit with the kids without so much. As a second fought the kids saw their chance to get away but so did their kidnappers chloroform in them before they could run. No-one indoors or outdoors dare to intervene fearing a similar fate. After stuffing the kids into different cars their abductors steadily made their getaway. The men drove west out of melia city in up the hills of the upper class town the clem monte premium shops eateries and estates embodied. It's uber wealth. It's obscene riches masked the abandoned indigence that west clemente century ago. Shacks and cabins built from wood or brick lined the winding forested roads. It was indicative of the town's former identity as a shantytown laying on the grass cracked concrete. The kids is is on blurred to a decrepit brick patio. It's 'isolation float a chilling enfeeblement. All the way down their bodies robbie qripoli welcomed them to the tavern. His great grandparents owned beating their nonstop. That was when the direness of the predicament. They were in hit them. It reminded them of that. Raw uncensored video of an interrogation by a drug cartel. They saw on the internet a little while back that ended in the victim's throat being slit that heinous video was produced at an ex tavern much. Like the one they were in presently..

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"hood robin" Discussed on The Dystopian Republic

The Dystopian Republic

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"hood robin" Discussed on The Dystopian Republic

"Walking the indebtedness he felt toward them the whole boom million lot felt for their clans also fueling that fidelity west is mutual intimacy with austin. That's made them tighter than a bow. String arlo wanted to take his feeding career to the next level. His addiction to stealing was such that he couldn't imagine living without it. The goods and brought to his hooks were luxuries previously out of his reach his. He debt fix for personal security. Was the murder hornet in the bonnets. Abdul millions the world over as for avery she joined only because it was her duty as palencia the gratitude she owed maya outdid her indifference to andrea. And arlo antipathy. For austin had maya not ever been in the picture. She desert her cousins in a heartbeat. Her cousins treated her in ways. That made them loose face with her and ultimately lost them her esteem. meanwhile maya had her own agenda to set into motion and it had to do with her mortality deaf with never something. She embraced but it wasn't a state she was of falling into but what did keep her up at night with how fate would treat her children at eight that night. The life of night was in full swing and blue mel square citizens of wealth and affluence roamed it streets and frequented its places of entertainment and leisure the squares glitz and glamour hit a vicinity of alleyways home to all sorts of shady people activitees and establishments two miles west of downtown a public parking lot sat right in its blind spot. A rich click of twentysomethings led by robbie moretto the fourth took it over. Bribing the attendance to leave them be. They spent the time smoking cigars drinking beers and boasting about beating out a black kids. Daylights go emblems tattooed. Their yearning for melania years under fascism not upenn dot of shame showed on any of their faces the dignities they showed and voiced where a solid as rock for austin and company. Who does men were made them. Perfect further sticky fingers from each corner. The kids crouched out of psyched holding their pouncing impulses. Six minutes went by before robbie took is too wallets and place them on the hood of his car. At that moment the kids let their impulses go. Accelerating them to warp. Speed doped up on privilege believing themselves unassailable. The guy's never saw them coming that internalize arrogance shattered like glass. The second four sheet. Metal slaps hit their eardrums by the time. They knew what was up. The kids were already running into the night with robbie's wallets embarrassed and full of ir robbie and his men gave chase but it didn't take long for the kids is agility to convince them to call it off but in chasing them they learned that those kids with a hood feves. They've been hearing about on the news. That discovery made it clear to them who they were dealing with and were they lived at home. Maya was wrapping up her phone call when her kids were turns with the wallets confirming twice what she knew they had in them. She held them in her hands as if they were her. Golden tickets the credit and debit cards plus the hundreds and cash made. That's all the.

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"hood robin" Discussed on The Dystopian Republic

The Dystopian Republic

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"hood robin" Discussed on The Dystopian Republic

"Suggest that her kids pickpocket the first yuppie they could find downtown. Her suggestion knocked them to six as it was so unlike maya to suggest they do something. That's not only criminal but feloniously so my grew up in a hamlet where she knew everyone and everyone knew her. Its small population and in ordinate isolation disincentivize. Her from even thinking about committing the most minor. Misdemeanor she instilled those disincentives in her grand kids the whole time. She's known them but like many who grew up there. Her fear was non breakable until she left town to mine coal. Once she left town she was at the mercy of the blue million coal industry. In any case. Maya's kids responded to her suggestion. With a resounding nee re proving her for wanting temptress juvie over a few hundred bucks which in burma elliott would not make for a pleasant stay to say the very. Very least maya countered. They're approving by telling them that she knew about third little five finger hobby. Her slight voice had their censorious tones. Flying away like scared birds. They spared no impulse and asking her how she found out. Maya sussed their hobby out years ago when it took the life of. Its own in. The form of arrivals passed curfew. Excess groceries and dollars left over. She couldn't quite figure it out until she saw printer paper images of what looked like her kids on the walls of various mini markets and snack shops. She didn't need to see their faces to figure out that they were the fiefs. That said she was cognizant of why dade risk freedom to commit. Although small time thefts her kids have long had a soft spot for people who couldn't afford food and water. They stole all the food and drinks. They could to ensure that one less person went hungry or i e that with a motive benevolence enough to win her stamp of approval. They're feeding now exposed. Austin andre are low end avery passionately hesitantly sternly and obligatorily took up her suggestion though unified under affirmation their motives for affirming deferred to varying extents for instance austin desired power overdose with a forty and or wealth at no point in fifteen years. What she ever able to play them like pianos like they always played her. The hatred she had for those powerful people was immeasurable. The intense dislike an ill will in her heart. Within the hearts of countless other kids across the country andrei however didn't opt in for himself but rather opt in for his clan. His cousins and grandma were by his side..

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"hood robin" Discussed on The Dystopian Republic

The Dystopian Republic

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"hood robin" Discussed on The Dystopian Republic

"Which maya expected to get at that has been her monthly income. Since i retiring two years earlier it was just enough to pay for her rent medications groceries and utilities leaving her with sense to spare though sense she was able to save. She put in piggy-bank. The coins of which sheets spent on spoiling her kids to what little extent she could but unbeknownst to them that piggy bank was not her only source of savings in any event. Her check wasn't what she wanted it to be. It's hers and it'll cover all her expenses for the next thirty days with that. In mind she turned to the envelope from zander. And what she uncovered rendered her speechless and not in a good way when austin asked her what was wrong my i gave her an answer that ran the blood and her and the blood in her cousins cold. It was a notice of a hike in the rent from one thousand six hundred dollars to two thousand dollars effective march first. The date of herenton. Bill for february maya nude. There is no way she could pay that bill a full four hundred dollars greater than what she could afford. Her grandkids knew what that meant for their skins..

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"hood robin" Discussed on The Dystopian Republic

The Dystopian Republic

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"hood robin" Discussed on The Dystopian Republic

"Div republic a governmental system. Where presidents are nominated and elected by the people ideally. They're democracies that allow the people to elect legislatures who best represent their interests and echo their concerns some republics execute these two objectives beautifully won't others either backslide into despotism or devolve into democracies by description but not in reality one such democracy in name only is known as the distill in republic that republic is the republic of blue merrier but will melania is a nation roughly the size california. It was part of north america until law. Rift opened up and broke it off from the rest of the continent stranding it in the middle of the pacific ocean but melia declared its independence from mexico on october fifteenth. Eighteen forty four. It's a country that has gone for the brightest of highs and darkest of lows variety years of sovereignty and so have the residents of its territories provinces municipalities and localities but to truly see what those ups and downs look like you have to experience them from the points of view of the million people as for what their daily are like. Let's just say it depends on who they are where they're at and when their lives are taking place and i roll guerrero your host will take you through their stories. Our story for today begins on the afternoon of february twenty seventh two thousand nine. A breezy cold sunshine loomed over the capital with amelia city located in luck cordy letta lest its coastal outside sparkled with prosperity at luxury cars and well dressed residents rolled down its streets and walked down sidewalks that prosperity was a blur for what lurked on the inside in inner city rift with impoverished soviet like blocks relics of bit amelia's days under communist rule the poverty in the blocks and outside them would put the poverty in detroit tisch. Shame there was little hope for success in these parts and more of a focus on just getting by apartment. Block twenty two. A housing project geared to the elderly was no exception to that rule in room. Seven forty eight. All was quiet until cousins. Austin andrei are low and every palencia came back from school. Robbins faces hoodies all the fourteen. Were almost two months into the latter half of their freshman year of high school. They're late as they of school. Like all others serve them bullying for breakfast and chastising for lunch. It's servings were to. They were used to having shoved down their throats. They've been a tightknit bunch since their parents were all killed in drive-by shooting on new year's eve. Nineteen ninety eight leading their grandmother. Maya to care for them ever. Since miami was a retired coal miner who lived with black lung disease from her five decades of working in the minds up by still carbone unsurprisingly. Her struggle for a steady full breathing pattern meshed her grandkids in dejected. Yet mary swirl it took my four seconds and four valiant breaths to reciprocate that emotional spiral..

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"hood robin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"hood robin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Me about Robin Hood. Robin Hood APP, which halted training on Gamestop and some others. And I said, that's that's the story. Some people were told they're not allowed to trade and some people could trade Some people disagreeing with me that even though Robin Hood shut down new positions on Gamestop for all traders, some other platforms allowed traded. Have we looked into whether or not those platforms were allowing people to get on easily and quickly and was the money being transferred in time that they could actually trade? Because I received emails from TD Ameritrade about how they were limiting exposure to game stop. The argument about Robin Hood and Robin Hood app. And you've got you know they people over there, read it. Who you say we're screwing with the with the price. The argument is not that they are good and kind People. With all due respect, That's not the argument protecting their investors. They said, Let the people trade They said. We are available for trading. And the moments people started using them in a way they didn't like they said. Oh, we didn't mean that. That's the story. Tony Katz 93. W I. B C Good morning. I don't disagree that there could be some nuance within this. But there is no nuance into the idea that nothing stopped the institutional guys, but people made effort to stop the average guy. Not only can not that not be denied. I would out loud in front of somebody nose to nose mask or not laugh out loud at someone who said Oh, no, no, The small guy wasn't stopped. Course they were. Now, why were they stopped? As we have read about it, and I cannot As of yet prove that you don't hear me going down this road. There are some who discussed that the backbone. For the Robin Hood app. Just basically, you know, stop trading up. Is controlled and powered by some of the people. Who are losing big money. Because of their sort of game stop. Maybe didn't want to be around. These types of things. We're going to find that out soon enough. If you want to charge the people on Reddit with collusion and colluding to fix the price of the stock, go right ahead. I'm not going to stop you. When you stop people from trading Based on on on on what Based on what Something you didn't like something you think is happening. Not everybody was involved in the same conversations and you stop them. Yeah, that's a problem and we should come after you aggressively. Aggressively. I cannot believe that there's an actual defense to the to this idea. It's it is radical. Equally radical. Is Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York, who is in all sorts of worlds of hurt, and I'm happy to see it because what he did is simply unacceptable. And don't ever forget that Janice Dean With a tremendous amount of decency and grace and integrity. Never back down from recognizing an understanding the failures of Cuomo and really making this a national story. That without question. Without question. He sends people back into nursing homes who had coronavirus. They miss reported the numbers. They flat out lied. They lied. About the numbers. Even The New York Times reporting nine top New York health officials have quit as Cuomo scorns expertise, saying, when I say experts in air quotes it sounds like I'm saying, I don't really trust the experts because I don't That's a very Donald Trump thing to say. But America's governor who won an Emmy for his very important press conferences, and gets cheered by the Ben Stiller's in the Robert De Niro's of the world, he doesn't trust experts. Honestly, who let this Q and unloving governor into office? People died because of his policies. And I don't ever get mad at the man for doing something when he didn't know. On Lee angry with the man for doing something when he did. They knew that sending people back to nursing homes was a problem, and they did it. Anyway. And when Janice Dean who does weather over there Fox news and lost both her in laws because of this Was talking about and sharing the data, and she had done the homework that was drilling down. You know what they told her from the Cuomo team stick to weather. Stick. The weather. They told her to shut up in trouble. She didn't She handled herself remarkably, remarkably well. Really proved yourself to be a To be a person of seriousness, and as she has sent it herself. She's not a political person, but this was family. You're lying. That is so much of the way we should want it to be. What are the facts? What is the day to make Sure you share it And the more people try and shut you down. You can't let them She's a story. Maybe one of the great stories. 2020 No. What do I have? I have black lives matter. Being nominated. For the Nobel Peace Prize. You can't make this stuff up, guys. Up is down and left is a banana. It is the total and opposite of what is real and what we know to be valuable and good and true and honest. The Abraham accords. That's going to be a problem for the Middle East, but black lives matter. A Nobel Peace Prize We need our own peace price because this just This can't be allowed to stand. Now, Paul boating losses in the WBC traffic.

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"hood robin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"hood robin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"York Governor Andrew Cuomo, facing backlash after a new report from the state attorney general alleges the governor's office under counted the number of nursing home residents who died due to the coronavirus. The governor made those first comments about that report, saying that every single death is a tragedy. This is a 76 page report that was released this week by New York's attorney General Leticia J. Document finding that Cuomo's policy required nursing homes to accept Coben 19 patients in the early months of the pandemic, and that may have put residents at increased risk. The report also finding that 50% more deaths happened than initially reported the state's Department of Health, adding that 12,743 people died in long term facilities. That's up from more than 8000 deaths initially reported, And that's because the state had not been including residents who died later at Hospitals boxes, Alex Hogan. Meanwhile, the investigation into the cause of a deadly liquid nitrogen leak at a Georgia poultry plant is continuing. Authorities said Saturday. They were trying to determine what caused the rupture that lead to six deaths and more than a dozen injuries. The search for answers comes as several 100 people attended a Saturday afternoon vigil outside the foundation Food group plant, laying wreaths for loved ones who had died, plus a war of words raging between big and small Wall Street investors sparked this week by the game stop trading halt that seemed to squeeze out The little guy on the trading platform. Robin Hood Robin Hood put restrictions on Thursday. So that means the people weren't able to buy those volatile stocks like Nokia like AMC. They've ease those restrictions, not completely but they have since then. People are so angry that there's two class action complaints filed against Robin Hood, two probes coming from Texas and New York. They're looking into those massive market swings. The SEC said that they would be looking into the swings and checking for any type of market manipulation box.

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Robinhood restricts trading in GameStop, other names involved in frenzy

Kim Komando

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Robinhood restricts trading in GameStop, other names involved in frenzy

"A war of words raging between big and small Wall Street investors sparked this week by that game stop trading hold that seemed to squeeze out the little guy on the trading platform. Robin Hood. Robin Hood put restrictions on Thursday. So that means the people weren't able to buy those volatile stocks like Nokia. Like AMC like BlackBerry, They've eased those restrictions. Not completely but they have since then. And yet so many people are furious. People are so angry that there's two class action complaints filed against Robin Hood. You have two probes coming from Texas and New York. They're looking into those massive market swings. The SEC just yesterday issued a stern warning, and they said that they would be looking into the swings and checking for any type of market manipulation. Fox business is Kristina Prints Annapolis reporting. Robin Hood says the decision to hold the purchasing of game stops stock will Based on market

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"hood robin" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"hood robin" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"To buy the stock at a lower price. And then they would pocket the difference. Well, instead what the red it guys did is they saw that people were sort of over bought into the short sales. In fact, 140% of all of the stock 140% of the float is what they call it of Gamestop had actually been short sold, which, yes, is actually possible. And so they started buying up the stock like nobody's business. And this forced all of these hedge fund guys. To buy stock at exorbitant prices in order to pay back the short sales, And this, of course, drove the market up even higher. And so now the line from the ready guys is hold the line. Just keep holding it because the longer you hold it, the more you're hurting the hedge fund guys now, as I mentioned, it's really, really funny and again. There's a whole video or explain exactly how this went down. It's really, really funny. Is it something that is particularly good is like a moral good what they're doing, Not unless you think that short selling is in and of itself immoral. Or if you think that the stock market is basically just a casino. I don't think either of those things. I don't think that short selling is a moral. I also don't think that what the guys did really is per se in moral. I think that they're they're doing something that is disconnected from market fundamentals in a way that they usually people in the market or not. But is it something that should and could happen in a free society? Of course, And all this means is that now the hedge fund managers are going to create a whole new risk assessment category, right? They're going to start taking out derivatives and insurance, essentially for the possibility that basically a roving mob of red enters decide that they're going to blow out a bunch headphone hedge fund managers. So capitalism always wins, and people are going to find ways to mitigate the risk on this stuff. So was it like a massive overall threat to the market? What happened with Gamestop know wasn't it Wasn't it is not a long term threat to the market. It was some folks who saw a vulnerability in the market and they exploited that vulnerability in the market that does not make them heroes. It makes them people who exploited a vulnerability in the market by playing a pretty cynical game. That's it also happens to be damned funny. Okay, It is just very funny that thick dad 69 was blowing out the hedge fund guy with slicked back hair and Lamborghini. Like that. That's really, really funny. It's funny that a bunch of people on Reddit, who are like taking a break from playing call of duty just decided to band together to take down these major institutional investors. In and of itself. These sort of little divers has been guided nature of it is funny doesn't mean it's moral doesn't mean they did something that's like, unbelievably great and they've changed the world. But here's the thing. What they did should obviously be illegal, right? It is a legal thing. They did not do anything illegal. They weren't lying to people about the value of the stock. They were officially saying, the stock is over is overvalued. Right? We are we are purposefully overvaluing the stock's gonna buy into that. User. Beware. They weren't lying to anybody. There's no fraud here. It also happens to be the case that small investors should be able to get into the game because there are people in the markets right now. Institutional investors who do play with the market and you give the markets and do treat the markets like because you know that does not mean that the market is a casino. It means that there are bad players who do that on the institutional side, and so if people decide that they want to do that, on the individual side It's a free country. You should be able to do that. Well, here is where things get actually dangerous. So I think that it is fair to say that there's moral ambiguity to what happened with these folks driving up. The price of Gamestop in order heard the hedge fund managers There is no moral ambiguity about Robin Hood just did so Robin Hood. Is an app. It is a no commission app. It is designed so that you or I non institutional investors can trade. The difference between Robin Hood and places like ETrade is that e trade will charge you for each trade, which makes you think twice about whether you have to want to make the trade if you don't think that the value of the trade is going to rise above the margin. Of the of the charge that you're going to pay for just making the trade that you don't make the trade. That is not the case of the Robin Hood Robin Hood, Izzy zero Commission service. He makes his money in a variety of other ways. But what Robin Hood did is absolutely insane, and we are going to have to get to the bottom of this. We're gonna have to find out why Robin Hood did this whether it was an inside job. Whether members of the government we're calling up Robin Hood to help up their head fund buddies because the hedge funds were losing Hand over fist. So what exactly did Robin Hood do? While Robin Hood decided that it was going to simply cut off trading on game stop in a variety of other stocks that the red it guys we're going after They just say we're not going to allow you to participate in buying of that stock. And apparently, they also engaged in forced sale of some of the stock. So they were saying to people okay? We know you don't wanna sell the stock. We know you want to hold the stock because you want to burn these hedge fund. Guys. We're not gonna let you do that. We gotta sell the stock for you as well. The allegations that were flying around that's not. It's probably illegal if it is not as it should be illegal. The basic idea that You can essentially sell people stock without their permission is crazy. It's just It's crazy to say that small stock players don't get to be involved in the market in the same way that the hedge fund guys are and that Robin Hood is just going to cut it off if they don't like what they're seeing. That's that's not That's why I know I will say this now. Alexandra Kozel Cortez was very upset about this said this is unacceptable is unacceptable. We now need to know more about Robin Hood ABS decision to block retail investors from purchasing stock while hedge funds are freely able to trade the stock as they see fit As a member of the Financial Services Committee. I'd support a hearing if necessary, right? This is what she is what she tweeted Ted Cruz agreed. Now I understand why Ted Cruz would be in favor of folks freely trading in the free market. On a free app like I get it. I don't understand what it was he would be else. He's a socialist, so I literally do not understand why she wants more access by small investors to free markets. The real answer is that she doesn't write. She doesn't want you to have access to free markets. And she doesn't want hedge funds to have access to free markets. And she's using a convenient club to beat up the markets, essentially, but That is in and of itself a little bit funny, So Alexandra Cozzi Cortez. She's not wrong on this. It is, in fact, unacceptable. I don't I don't know what her motivation is. I don't know why she's all the sudden I guess It's the double standard. That is her motivation. In reality, Her preferred cure would not be that you, the small investor gets to play in the markets. Her preferred care would be to shut down the markets altogether, presumably, but She's not wrong that what Robin Hood did is truly agree. GIs. The New York State attorney general said that her office was actively reviewing concerns about activity on the Robin Hood Act, including trading related to Gamestop stock unclear whether she's investigating the Reddit folks or whether she's actually investigating Robin Hood. According to the week Robin Hood should consider changing his name to the sheriff of Nottingham. The past two days have turned Wall Street on its head is Reddit.

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"hood robin" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"hood robin" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"The company that owns the Basically what is it? I'm sorry, Robin Hood Robin or is invested in is really tied with Hey, Janet Yellen. $800,000 For what? I don't know. Maybe eight years of employment, or maybe being on the board know for a speaking engagement. Mm. That's how this really works. $800,000 for speaking engagements matter fact, Jen passkey sake. I'll get it right one of these days. Jen Psaki, the White House press secretary was pressed on this. Believe it or not today, watch her dance around this one. Are there any plans to have recused herself from advising the president on the Gamestop and the whole Robin Hood situation? Well, just to be clear. What I said was that way have the Treasury secretary is now confirmed. Obviously, we have a broad economic team. Theo Sec put out a statement yesterday that I referred to but I don't think I have anything more for you on it other than to say. Separate from the Gamestop issue. The secretary of Treasury is one of the world renowned experts on markets on the economy it which shouldn't be a surprise to anyone she was paid to pick, give her perspective and advice before she came into office. She's on the take, just like everyone else. She's on the tape, and she is not going to recuse herself. Of course she's going to say no, no, no, no, no. Robin Hood did nothing wrong by shutting down people's ability to continue to buy these stocks. That's what they did today. They shut it down. It was a matter of fact. By the end of the week, they grow actually, tomorrow they're going to allow limited purchasing and trading of the stock. They're doing it on secure for security reasons. Janet Yellen is going to society. She's going to side with them because that is better in her best financial interest to do so. It's a sham. But she's going to say it's in the country's best financial issues, because that's already what's being said, is that There's some final analysts out there, saying that if this was allowed to continue, the red enters the Robin Hood ear's, Whatever the free traders, you and me who could just go buy stocks now not have to go through a broker. Not if the pastor serious seven test on that nonsense you have these government. Barry's doing could ruin the whole system. We could turn into the away. Well, guess what? You already turned it into a way, So I'm not really worried about y'all telling me about a wait anymore. Because you all gambled America's entire economy on weird bank notes, mortgage default funds that I don't understand fully, but you guys did it. We bailed you out with our money, Not your money, our money. We gave you our money and money. All went to jail. You'll still have your jobs back to making billions of dollars over the course of the last 12 years. And this is the other part about this. This is the populism movement in this country that is shared by progressives and shared by Trump fans. Trump fans know that he went into Washington to rattle the power and he rattled him. He did and the media still doing it. Yes, and they rallied against him. And that's essentially one of the reasons why he's not president anymore because for four years the media went in on him for four years. The Democrats went on on him because they like the power structure as it is, they like to be in control. I don't want this outsider. Non politician in there doing his nonsense and saying All these mean things on Twitter doing his non swamp exactly Just like the powers that be. The big hedge funds don't want people on some apt to be able to disrupt the flow. And that they're protected. Do you see the Dow Jones today? We have 300 points. With all of this going on with. Essentially, this is Jane Power structure on Wall Street being exposed. Dad went up. Now I understand that a lot of the trading has done on algorithms and stuff and not on emotion. Like like we're at basically showing you now the world is working on emotion. All these registers. Actually, we're working on emotion as well. And so were the hedge fund managers and Robina. It went up 300 points. The reason for that is they know they're taking care of. They know the Janet Yellen's gonna look into this, Jen yells one of them. Janet Yellen has their best interest in mind their best interest. Not yours, So that's what they keep business as usual on Wall Street and business is good. We can hear what Nancy Pelosi said. What accusation she threw out. You want to talk about conspiracy theories? You want to talk about just throwing gas on a fire? Oh, wait till you hear this. We got a good one for he's coming up. Next on Russell 105 50 K of why I have a list in front of me about all the homes that Carol Royce and last year or so has sold for over asking Price. Yes, over asking Price. That's what 35 years of expertise gets you. Get you a guarantee The Carol Royce will sell your home or she will buy it from you for cash. And you could be the next one on this list that she's selling for over asking price. I know it's stressful. It really is stressful and I totally get it because I've sold homes before. I know how stressful it is. But Carol's got this. Get your home ready program. She takes care of all of that stressful stuff. For you like the paint in the carpet and the landscaping, the stuff you just don't want to deal with..

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"hood robin" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast

Covert Nerd Podcast

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"hood robin" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast

"This is the pinnacle of humanity's capacity for evil. And it's just like it's just insane. And i i. It's kind of interesting. Maybe you have the same thought process. But i like independence like we were talking about. Because they're fresh they're new they don't have to try to keep with some continuity from seventy eight years ago but then something like this comes along. It's like well this is perfect. You pulled some great stuff from thirty forty fifty sixty years ago. Continuity in comics is equal parts of the best thing in the worse. Yes there you go because you could not tell this story with the same impact with like black hammer. No you couldn't tell this story with invincible invincib- well now you could well now you. Yeah but it doesn't have eighty year history. There's just not that kind of gravitas to it and you can tell those like you can like the the smart thing that jeff amir's done and black hammer and one day we'll sit and talk about black hammer that we can. We can definitely do that. But one thing jeff amir has done is he's given an idea of a history so we're you have black hammer's only been around five years maybe a little bit longer. He's built this whole world where you could believe that something that happened in world war two which is a story he told matters to a story that set you know a thousand years in the future and it matters now and it matters in like this quantum realm and it matters and he he's done jeff lemaire basically breaks every rule. I could ever come up with comics. He's he's just done the a also side note he's done a sequel slash retelling slash new telling of sweet tooth. And all my buckets. It is so trippy and it shouldn't be allowed like like jeff. Lemaire is one of is one of the preeminent comic book creators and he knows i exist by the way super humble brag. That is not humble. Anyway i can go on the history like you said it's the most the best and worst thing is to have eighty years of history to but jeff was able to pull from these iconic moments and bring back the the comedian with the iconic camera. I mean he used that predominantly especially in issue three of this and just had that look and poll from those traumatic moments and put some iconic characters. You know red hood robin whatever you wanna call him. Barbara bat girl batman altogether plus all those jokers so smart and jason. I'm just going to touch on this real quick one of my favorite selling points for the book every single panel on every single page of every issue of this three issue. Giant-sized epic a masterpiece. It's all like be best things. I've ever seen in one of the reasons that it took forever for this to come out is geoff. Johns and jason facebook both wanted it to be done before the first issue came out and then covid hit and everything you know everything got up but.

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"hood robin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"hood robin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"hood robin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"hood robin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"There's no costs do. So and all you do as you make your money work for you is it working for one of the four giant monster megabanks. Champ is with us on the Clark Howard show. Joe, hey, are you doing great? Thank you. You got a question about doing micro investing? Yeah. At work. So there are two that are very similar to each other. Why is called acorns? I don't know if you've heard of them. And the other is called stash, and we both of these you can either have your idol change from every purchase go into an account or you can set up where you systematically, put money into your stash counter acorns account. And then for was basically twelve dollars a year. No commissions. You're able to invest in stocks or various funds. Okay. And they're completely jet. Great. I keep hearing from people who've been doing especially acorns is more market share that they're able over the years to build up and the thousands of dollars of money that used to slip through their fingers. They now have been able to invest, and that's really great. Okay. Awful lot. Glad and I hope that this works out for you is build up some investment money and Bill for your future the other. When people ask me about is, Robin Hood. Robin Hood is a platform where you're able to trade stocks and their cousin or mutual funds known as ATS exchange traded funds commission, free and Robin Hood has no minimums has been an ultra popular out for people who want to invest, but are not sitting there with huge amounts of money. They're able to trade on the robinhood platform at zero cost and you download any of these your Android or iphone, and you're on your way. You're listening to the Clark Howard show..

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"hood robin" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"hood robin" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Thanks for your support. And hopefully, these are my first intrepid steps into an insanely competitive markets. There you go so Mark and Dan have written to events at ID ten t dot com. When will you make a thing that will do that? This episode is Mr. Jim gaffe, again, who is you know, just one of the best comedians of all time is all this might be his. Spieth four-time on one hundred percent. Sure Jim was on real early in the run of the podcast really really early in the first definitely within the first year. Maybe in the first six or seven months, and it's always a pleasure. Sit down and talk with him we recorded this when I was in New York in November a couple months ago. So if any of the references. You know, we record a lot of podcasts at the same time. And some of them are a little more time sensitive than others. Jim is always touring. So just get his dates at Jim gaffe, again dot com and also want to give a shoutout to the recording facility that we recorded this set a really great studio in New York called mirror tone mirror tone studios there, if you're recording a podcast in New York, are you need some recording facilities, go to mirror, tone dot com. I worked with a guy named Roman there who was super nice. And it was a really really great facility, and we had a we had a good time there. So thanks to Jim gaffe again for coming back on the podcast and thanks to mirror tone studios for providing the recording facility to facilitate such an endeavor such a such a gaffe, again esque endeavor, I want to thank for sponsoring this episode of the ten podcast, Robin Hood, Robin Hood is an investing app that lets you buy and sell stocks ETF's options and cryptos all commission. Free other brokerages charge up to ten bucks for every trade, Robin Hood doesn't charge any commission fees. So you can trade.

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