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Mini QOTW Wear a Carnation London Bash!

Davros' Granddad is venturing down to civilisation (ha!).

Anyone who is around (particularly if they're a regular QOTWer!) come along for a pint and stuff...

The wearing of a RED CARNATION is now compulsory for attendance at this event

(, Thu 24 Jan 2008, 14:01, Reply)

Obviously... I can do civilisation. Ask Legless...

(, Thu 24 Jan 2008, 15:49, Reply)
I do wish I could make this

Alas the only qotw person in my neck of the woods is Ogwen69 (humpty's mate), who hasn't been around in an age. Up here is all /talkers with the occasional /boarder.

(, Sat 26 Jan 2008, 1:30, Reply)
Hey piston chappy

I'm a qotw person and I live in West Yorkshire. Your not alone.

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 10:35, Reply)
Good to know I'm not alone up here!

Incidentally, there is a /talk bash in Pontefract in April that will be worth a look. Failing that, just drag yourself down to the Snooty Fox in Wakefield sometime.

(, Fri 1 Feb 2008, 1:25, Reply)
I've never been to one of these "bash" things before...

How does it work? Is it considered socially acceptable to turn up if you don't actually know anyone?

(, Sun 27 Jan 2008, 18:27, Reply)
Don't know, never been to one either

But it could be fun...

(, Sun 27 Jan 2008, 18:51, Reply)
Pretty much, yes

Just turn up, wearing badges or some other means of identifying each other is usually a good idea. Either that or fetching hats.

(, Sun 27 Jan 2008, 19:11, Reply)

Just turn up!
I am considering wearing my B3ta t-shirt - one with the Jesus and Dinosaur on the front designed by our very own Monty Propps...that way everyone will know I'm me...that should work

(, Sun 27 Jan 2008, 21:59, Reply)
I'll be distinguishable...

by my ususal sartorial elegance. Probably involving velvet and wing collars...

(, Sun 27 Jan 2008, 23:15, Reply)

Hmm, you all have photos on your profiles. I may have to do likewise. As long as no one from work identifies me, that should be do-able.

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 9:44, Reply)
Photos are all well and good

but I look alightly different now, having a bit more facial hair and my hair is no longer yellow.

Note to self: update profile...

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 10:17, Reply)
Well, you could turn up with a folded copy of the times under your arm

and a pink carnation in your lapel.

The scary thing is that b3tans look so very normal when you meet them in person!

I guess we should agree some sort of code to identify ourselves beforehand?

(, Sun 27 Jan 2008, 23:54, Reply)
we could

all wear t-shirts with BERNARD! written on them.

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 9:42, Reply)

I'm glad you said that. I'd have to turn up in my mountain biking gear for anyone from b3ta to recognise me.

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 9:52, Reply)
posted a pic

but now I'll have to turn up in thermals holding an apple to be recognisable.

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 10:07, Reply)

You HAVE to be eating that apple when you turn up....

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 10:13, Reply)

but you HAVE to be holding a bike

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 10:15, Reply)
here's hoping

I do Wednesdays and Thursdays in London this weather, so I'm hoping I can make it, although I am worried that being known as an actual person with a real name may hinder my sordid tales of rampant anal loving, etc.

(, Sun 27 Jan 2008, 18:52, Reply)
'S OK...

we won't tell. Promise...

(, Sun 27 Jan 2008, 19:05, Reply)
Masked ball?

Mind you, that could turn into something worryingly like 'Eyes Wide Shut'.

(, Sun 27 Jan 2008, 23:57, Reply)
Oh God, no...

That really was a steaming pile of shit. Waste of celluloid.

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 9:38, Reply)
Eyes Wide Shut

Yes it was. I remember the bruhahah about it being Kubrik's last film so I went to see it with ex-mrs PJM. However all I can recall is Ms Kidman's bare arse (well worth seeing but a tad skinny for my liking) and a bit with lots of blokes in tuxedos in.

Quite what happened for the remaining 89minutes is lost in a fog of apathy. 2001 it wasn't.

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 10:15, Reply)
I've always thought

that 2001 was shit as well.

I used to think that it was because I first watched it when I was 13 and didn't get it. I tried again a couple of years ago. And concluded that it was still shit.

Apologies to any 2001 fans.

But still, Eyes Wide Shut - what the hell was that all about? Best thing about it was the Chris Isaak track on the trailer.

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 10:28, Reply)
2001 had really, really awful dialogue

but then so did the book. Arthur C Clarke can't write a character with more than two dimensions for toffee, Kubrik therefore deliberately made the human characters very stoical and played HAL9000's humanity as a contrast. The fact that all Clarke's characters are wooden is a happy coincidence, but well exploited.

I could write reams about HAL's struggle to reconcile his humanity with the need to maintain secrecy of Discovery's true mission, but in my student days I found it best to fast forward to the last twenty minutes, sit back and enjoy a bifta assisted brainfuck. Whatever highbrow claptrap is spouted by the scientific community, 2001 was a box office success because of the sizeable number of stoned cinemagoers saying "whoaaa......".

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 11:15, Reply)
My uncle...

... was an architecture student when 2001 came out - perfect for throwing a party in which the house was basically redesigned to resemble a spaceship. Portholes/ bulkheads instead of doors and everything.

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 11:21, Reply)

I wanna come, I wanna come.

They'll know who you are Chickenlady by the burping noises coming from the corner of the room.

PJM will be recognisable by the big grin on his face from having a hot girlfriend.

If I wasn't going to America at Easter I'd be down there like a shot.

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 10:41, Reply)
I too would love to be able to attend...

I would also have brought Captain Placid and would have been happy to torture more wonderful B3tards with 'Bernard' and general drunken spacktwattery.

But I can't make this one...not only is it in the week, but it's mini-Pooflake's birthday.

Please all have several beers for me and let me know the next time you're having a bash.

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 15:21, Reply)

if you all turn out to be a) not scary and/or b) nice then I shall suggest a South West meet up.

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 15:36, Reply)
How about

Nice but scary?

(, Fri 1 Feb 2008, 12:07, Reply)

sounds like a familiar desciption, that'd be fine

(, Fri 1 Feb 2008, 17:19, Reply)
Me? Burp?

No...that wasn't me....


(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 19:55, Reply)

Wanna come! Wanna come! Don't think I can! (Wednesdays are big teaching days here)

(If I do come, though, and in the spirit of the comments above, I shall be sure to be holding a kitten for the purposes of identification. And if anyone could offer me a floorboard, that'd be lovely.)

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 11:12, Reply)
if i had a floor

I'd offer a floorboard. Alas I'm in camping mode also since I gave up my London pad last week and settled myself back in to West Country living. I might check out a cheapo youth hostel or two - don't fancy my chances kipping at my mates' places (all two of 'em) after being on the piss with a bunch of B3tards.

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 11:37, Reply)

Well, in that case I hope you plan on bringing enough kittens for everyone.

You've got to come down for it!

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 12:02, Reply)
if that proves problematic

we could just share the kitten, but we'd have to run a cheese-counter-style ticketing system and put a timer on it

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 12:38, Reply)
Sounds like a plan!

Already nervous though... :)

(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 11:55, Reply)
this appears to be gathering some momentum...


(, Mon 28 Jan 2008, 12:33, Reply)

Would I be famous enough to risk coming along, do you think? :P

(, Thu 31 Jan 2008, 13:45, Reply)

Who said that?

(, Thu 31 Jan 2008, 14:40, Reply)
No one

well known enough, is what i meant.

(, Thu 31 Jan 2008, 20:24, Reply)
yeah, but no, but...

The joke I was making was tha... oh, don't worry about it.

(, Fri 1 Feb 2008, 13:27, Reply)
I have failed

at understanding comedy :(

(, Fri 1 Feb 2008, 16:44, Reply)
I'm gonna come

and get absolutely smashed. I'll be identifiable by my staggering (and because I look like my photos, only thinner).

I'll also have the tiniest girl in the room on my arm... she's a lurker, so play nice!

(, Thu 31 Jan 2008, 15:49, Reply)

Photos? You look like Annakin Spudwalker?


(, Thu 31 Jan 2008, 16:28, Reply)
More like

John Hartson or Kirk off Corrie, really.

(, Fri 1 Feb 2008, 7:29, Reply)
So long as you keep her on your arm

if she's that tiny you could hide her anywhere....

(, Thu 31 Jan 2008, 21:37, Reply)


(, Fri 1 Feb 2008, 7:29, Reply)

See - we know you too well! All your secrets you have uncovered on qotw....we only expect debauchery, drugs, drink and disasters from you!

Oh, and do remember sweetheart to speak slowly at the bash - when you talk fast I can't understand a bloody word you say ;-)

(, Fri 1 Feb 2008, 11:16, Reply)

in light of this week's QoTW, do we start compiling huge dossiers of information on all attendees as gleaned from their previous posts? If so, I will start deleting mine now.

(, Fri 1 Feb 2008, 11:30, Reply)
Too late...

we've read them...

and memorised them, for thrills.

(, Fri 1 Feb 2008, 11:51, Reply)

Listen, Chicken... don't take the mickey... I have lots of dirt on you (some of it true...)

(, Fri 1 Feb 2008, 11:52, Reply)
Right. I've signed up.

I shall staple a photo of a kitten to my forehead to identify myself. Or, as grandmasterfluffles suggests, wear a kitteny tshirt.

(, Fri 1 Feb 2008, 14:07, Reply)

Welcome to the party.

I'm really going to have to consider methods of identification, it seems. Or can I rely on my sartorial elegance to instantly identify me?

(, Fri 1 Feb 2008, 14:23, Reply)
I really do think

that it would be a beautiful thing for every single one of us to turn up wearing a red carnation and clutching a copy of the Financial Times.

(, Fri 1 Feb 2008, 14:46, Reply)
I rather like that idea

makes mental note to find nearest florist-come-newsagent on arrival at King's Cross

(, Fri 1 Feb 2008, 14:49, Reply)

just noticed the wear a carnation bit at the top there. So I will!

(, Tue 5 Feb 2008, 15:21, Reply)

As I'm officially organising the event (eeep!) it means I can demand you lot do ANYTHING!

So of course I go for the toughest thing possible...please wear a red carnation.

Yeah! World Domination next!

(, Tue 5 Feb 2008, 18:12, Reply)
I'll do most things

but not wear a carnation. You'll recognise me by my evident confusion and pints of strongbow.

(, Thu 7 Feb 2008, 11:52, Reply)

We've found the chink in your armour, your achilles heel!

I'm going to bring a nice big one just for you.

(, Thu 7 Feb 2008, 12:59, Reply)

I like a nice big one

*bends wrist*

(, Tue 12 Feb 2008, 11:47, Reply)

I'll do that too.

Just realised I may just have arrived back from the Sahara the day before and will therefore be a bit gaunt and a bit sandy and a bit tired. I'll probably be able to support the weight of a carnation though.

(, Fri 1 Feb 2008, 14:58, Reply)

are you doing the Marathon des Sables?

(, Fri 1 Feb 2008, 17:00, Reply)
i wish

I'd love to do that but my limit is 1 marathon.

Nah, got some work on there for a week but if it's anything like the last trip there I'll be rushed to a field hospital in the back of a pick-up truck with suspected amoebic dysentry.

(, Fri 1 Feb 2008, 17:21, Reply)

I so wanna do that.

Sometimes I scare myself...

(, Fri 1 Feb 2008, 19:56, Reply)
Woo Hoo! Despite working in Yorkshire I spend most* of my working life in London

*Alas, on the 5th of March, I am in Kendal.


(, Sat 9 Feb 2008, 1:24, Reply)
Woo-hoo! :o)

I'm coming too. DG booked my ticket today - I promise to take my medication first...
And I will try VERY HARD to behave!?

(, Mon 11 Feb 2008, 18:22, Reply)

Hi all, long time lurker first time poster here.

Just saying hi before the meetup, looking forward to a pint or two (or three or four) with you lovely qotw lot.

See you in a couple of weeks (carnation in tow!)

(, Thu 14 Feb 2008, 21:33, Reply)
That gives you time

to spill your deepest darkest secrets on teh Interweb so we have stuff on you.

(, Fri 15 Feb 2008, 13:38, Reply)
Right then...

...I'll make a concerted effort in the two qotws between now and then to spill some dirty, long suppressed secrets.

On a side note, anyone else going straight from work and therefore going to be looking like a complete tool?

(, Fri 15 Feb 2008, 14:48, Reply)

it is very possible I will be coming straight off a flight from Africa, so I will be looking a complete mess and a complete tool. And might get there rather late. Arse.

(, Fri 15 Feb 2008, 18:49, Reply)

Is that a good or a bad image thing?
"Tool" might make some think of weapons, but my excruciatingly filthy mind immediately CONJURES UP a phallus!!!!!

So I'm no further forward, really. I'l be wearing whatever is comfortable for the 3 hour train journey.

That's the best bit of this whole adventure - I get to ride on a too-too- train :o)
fucking woo-hoo

(, Fri 15 Feb 2008, 20:58, Reply)
>>On a side note, anyone else going straight from work and therefore going to be looking like a complete tool?

If I can make it - yes.

Where is it you work? It's not the carphone warehouse dressed as one of those phones is it? ;)

(, Fri 15 Feb 2008, 22:39, Reply)

by tool, I mean rocking up looking like this

I'm thinking that the FT will have to be done as well, in for a penny in for a pound...

(, Fri 15 Feb 2008, 23:26, Reply)

...I guess it would mean we can merge in with the other city boys!

(, Sat 16 Feb 2008, 9:32, Reply)
lapel carnation?

I was thinking of maybe wearing it in my hair or between my teeth

(, Sat 16 Feb 2008, 10:11, Reply)
I'm not sure

I can pull that one off

(, Sat 16 Feb 2008, 10:22, Reply)
I'm considering

sporting a whole bunch in my arse pocket, kinda Morrissey style...

(, Sat 16 Feb 2008, 18:43, Reply)

Are you going to turn up singing depressing songs though ?

(, Sat 16 Feb 2008, 23:02, Reply)

...any kind of venue been decided yet?

(, Sat 16 Feb 2008, 23:07, Reply)

Not decided yet - I'm waiting to see where my company are going to put me up, hopefully I'll know this week then a venue can be found.

(, Sun 17 Feb 2008, 13:45, Reply)

No fear of that - luckily, a) I can't sing for toffee and b) am currently taking Prozac ;o)

(, Tue 19 Feb 2008, 15:57, Reply)
What Ho!

badgered out of seclusion by Ancrenne obviously, otherwise would be at home with the pipe and slippers.

(, Sat 16 Feb 2008, 12:46, Reply)

Bah. I'm in London-town on the 29th, but then on the 1st I'm accompanying my boyfriend on his moving of stuffs up to Aberdeen.

I miss out by 4days! :(

Any idea of where you're meeting/going?

(, Mon 18 Feb 2008, 15:03, Reply)

JTW will try to be there :-)

(, Tue 19 Feb 2008, 6:29, Reply)

Having looked up my trusty Good Pub Guide (2008) I've come up with a couple of suggestions - keeping it central as DG and T will be in the Victoria area and a few of us have to get to Liverpool Street to catch the last train.

So here they are....
The Albert Pub, Victoria Street
The Argyll Arms, Soho
The Black Friar Pub, Blackfriars

What do you think? Or does anyone else have any better suggestions?

I've picked these three from the Pub Guide as although I do know of a few reasonable pubs in central London, these ones have a bit more character...And should be easy to find for anyone not familiar with central London.

(, Wed 20 Feb 2008, 14:02, Reply)
I vote for

Soho or Blackfriars.

(, Wed 20 Feb 2008, 14:12, Reply)

I'm going to vote for Blackfriars or Soho too.

It's getting closer! I've never been to a bash before, I wonder what you'll all be like?

(, Wed 20 Feb 2008, 14:21, Reply)
I vote

for Victoria or Soho (but that's because I work in Gunnersbury, and they're closer), but am easy any way.

(, Wed 20 Feb 2008, 14:44, Reply)

I work near Bank so Blackfriars / Soho would be best for me although in fairness I can get home from most places in London so it's not a big deal.

If pressed I would probably go with Soho as it's a bit more lively (but on the downside - busier).

Do any of the 3 have carnation shops closeby ? ;)

(, Wed 20 Feb 2008, 16:44, Reply)
I'm happy to go with the flow

You've done good homework Chickenlady, I trust your judgement and that of the good pub guide completely. So whichever is easiest for people to get to after work.

Purely on names though, I would rule out The Albert on Victoria street, simply because it reminds me of Bellenders!

(, Wed 20 Feb 2008, 16:55, Reply)
I have another suggestion for a venue...

(Sorry Chickenlady, I'm not trying to take over or owt...)

There is a pub on Fleet Street called Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese... Tis one of the oldest pubs in London AND the beer is less than £2 a pint.

Just a thought, is all. To be honest, I'm up for wherever... Being an East-End type it's pretty easy for me to get home!

(, Wed 20 Feb 2008, 17:17, Reply)

I love the Cheshire Cheese - fantastic ambience, roomy and yes, the beer is cheap...but....it's a bit out of the way...

(, Wed 20 Feb 2008, 19:14, Reply)

That's a brilliant pub!

Is it not also halfway-ish between Soho and Blackfriars? That would be a good thing.

(, Thu 21 Feb 2008, 11:35, Reply)
Bang on...

It certainly is!

But, like other people have said, I'm happy to go wherever! :)

(, Thu 21 Feb 2008, 19:45, Reply)
Possibly Soho...

for that boho / porn ambience...

And also cos it's pretty central...

(, Wed 20 Feb 2008, 18:13, Reply)
I never realised ther was a croud of just QOTW peeps.

(, Thu 21 Feb 2008, 13:59, Reply)
Ah! Riverghost!

You've wandered off the path......

Beware! We all tell poo stories!

You coming along matey? I remember meeting you at the Imperial bash last year!

(, Thu 21 Feb 2008, 20:21, Reply)

Without me reading all (or any) of the above, where n when?
Am I allowed to lurk in the background until your all drunk enough not to laugh at me for being very very old?
Will a red tulip do?

(, Fri 22 Feb 2008, 9:44, Reply)
Looks like this is the most popular

And everyone will be able to do a little 'shopping' nearby....

The Argyll Arms, Soho.

Don't worry, a few of us are the wrong side of 30....

And a red tulip will be lovely!

(, Fri 22 Feb 2008, 11:42, Reply)
A few of us...

Are the wrong side of 30 and closer to 40!

(, Fri 22 Feb 2008, 12:19, Reply)

Don't mention that there might be some children of the 70s coming along!

(, Fri 22 Feb 2008, 12:59, Reply)
Too late...

As my current board sig will testify...

(, Fri 22 Feb 2008, 14:15, Reply)
On the subject of children of the 70's...

we could do a Life on Mars and comandeer the pub, stick posters of tits up on the walls, be generally non-pc and light up whenever we felt like it. Then, when we're asked to leave for flouting the local by-laws or something we can all deny all knowledge of the staff's existance, claiming that we're in a collective coma and merely acting out a fantasy in our vegetative state...


(, Fri 22 Feb 2008, 23:07, Reply)

Got permission from her indoors to attend this event. I'm not quite sure how this reply thing works so I may have posted this in the wrong place.

I don't know what a carnation looks like, so if the flower vendor lies to me I may just have some type of generic red flower. Would that be acceptable?

EDIT - excellent, got it in the right place

(, Fri 22 Feb 2008, 23:24, Reply)
a red carnation

looks like this.

Now you know!
(, Sat 23 Feb 2008, 16:32, Reply)

That'll stop those pesky flower sellers trying to get one over on me.

(, Sat 23 Feb 2008, 18:36, Reply)
I love you,

but I cant go!!!. BOO me.

(, Mon 25 Feb 2008, 20:43, Reply)
That's a huge shame!

It would have been fantastic to spend some time poking fun at you having a laugh! ;)


(, Mon 25 Feb 2008, 21:57, Reply)
I work next to here!

I'll be there, first time so be gentle :(

(, Tue 26 Feb 2008, 23:26, Reply)
I have never met

people off teh interwebs before, and you lot seem as unlikely as anyone else to murder me. So if I'm around on the day, I'm there. As long as I don't get murdered. Cos I'll get hell from my wife if I am.

(, Wed 27 Feb 2008, 9:15, Reply)
Holy shit, where did you all come from?

(, Wed 27 Feb 2008, 13:48, Reply)
We are QOTWers


(, Sat 1 Mar 2008, 11:40, Reply)
I have a birthday thing to go to

but I may make it for one if you'll have me.

(, Thu 28 Feb 2008, 15:51, Reply)
But of course...

don't forget the red carnation though.

(, Thu 28 Feb 2008, 16:09, Reply)

I did prevaricate... and now I'm going to cop out of this entirely. Damn.

Have a drink on my behalf, though, will you?

(, Mon 3 Mar 2008, 10:29, Reply)
Buger bugger bugger

My singing teacher just swapped my lesson to weds evening. Argh. Please have a drink for me!

(, Mon 3 Mar 2008, 13:31, Reply)
How very dare they!

Shame, but I'm sure we will be around all night if you can get there afterwards.

(, Mon 3 Mar 2008, 17:03, Reply)

I, for one, have taken Thursday off in anticipation of it being a late one.

(, Tue 4 Mar 2008, 11:32, Reply)
I can't take Thursday off

as I have to attend a workshop on market failure. That should be a barrel of laffs!

(, Tue 4 Mar 2008, 13:09, Reply)
I'll try my best

But can't make any promises. Stupid teacher changing her schedule. Grrr.

(, Tue 4 Mar 2008, 11:33, Reply)
Chickenlady's stumble made a B3tan of me

Does this make her my B3ta-mum?

(, Tue 4 Mar 2008, 9:39, Reply)
Good grief!

That's a huge responsibility....My word..never thought anyone would end up a b3tan because of a stumble I put up...

(, Tue 4 Mar 2008, 22:27, Reply)
Fucking piss-flaps!

Too much month left at the end of the money.
Also PC monitor went for a shit at the weekend so had to fork out for a new one.
So can't make it after all.

(, Tue 4 Mar 2008, 11:57, Reply)
I can't get the morning off work on Thursday

So the dwarf and I can't make it, which is a shame (for us), but also good (for you)...

I'm starting at 5am at the moment, so I can't go to a bash and get all stumbly as I'd not be productive the next day.

*re-reads and shakes head*

(, Wed 5 Mar 2008, 6:07, Reply)

changes to work and home commitments mean I can no longer make it tonight, tis a shame as I was rather looking forward to meeting you lovely people.

(, Wed 5 Mar 2008, 10:12, Reply)

I have a chest infection. Would not be good company. :(

(, Wed 5 Mar 2008, 17:33, Reply)
Hope you're feeling better soon...

Could have been much worse though, you'd have gotten bonus points for


I have an arse infection."

(, Fri 7 Mar 2008, 14:01, Reply)
We came, we saw, we drank, we got kicked out at closing time!

Well, that rocked. You are all lovely people.

(, Thu 6 Mar 2008, 8:50, Reply)

If it wasn't for having to get the sodding train, I'd have stuck it out for definite. Top people, all of you :)

(, Thu 6 Mar 2008, 11:16, Reply)

how did you get on with that tramp? Did I win my bet? I had 50p riding on that.

(, Thu 6 Mar 2008, 12:40, Reply)
The bet was off I'm afraid, as there were no tramps.

Too many police I think, they were everywhere. Sorely disappointed

(, Thu 6 Mar 2008, 13:25, Reply)
I gave a ciggie to a tramp...

do I win?

I also felt like a tramp this morning... But I couldn't have one, so I had a shower instead..,


(, Fri 7 Mar 2008, 0:48, Reply)

thoroughly enjoyable evening all, ta to those who organised and attended!

(, Thu 6 Mar 2008, 17:47, Reply)
Yeah, cheers

Lovely to meet you all

Missed last train to Windsor. Tried to blag lift from friendly coppers outside station but was told they're not insured. Bah!

(, Thu 6 Mar 2008, 19:06, Reply)


www.flickr.com/groups/b3tabashes/pool/ - clicky clicky.

(, Thu 6 Mar 2008, 15:15, Reply)

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