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    Scouted selects products independently. If you purchase something from our posts, we may earn a small commission. There is probably no single footwear brands that elicits as big of a reaction one way or another than Crocs. With some people automatically disgusted by even the sight of the Classic Clog and others touting them as the most comfortable shoe they have ever worn, it can be tough to truly gauge your own feelings about them. No matter what you think about them, Crocs’ undeniable popularity and growing variety of products make them a must-have item to tons of people quite possibly including you! For all of July 14, Crocs is having a massive sale on all products for between 15% to 25% off. This sale is sitewide which means you’ll be able to save on products such as the surprisingly slick LiteRide 360 Pacer, the utterly fascinating Classic Lined Neo Puff Boot, and of course, any of the thousands of Jibbitz Charms. The sale will only last until the end of the day, so if you need new flip flops,...
    EXTREME couponers know how to stretch a dollar. And depending on where they shop, they can even get paid at checkout after all the discounts, deals, and cashback have been added up. 1Publix is one of the few brands that will pay you coupon overages.Credit: Getty Images If the value of your coupons and rewards exceeds the cost of your shopping cart, you've earned yourself a coupon "overage." Many stores prevent overages by limiting customers to one coupon per purchase. Others allow coupon stacking, but only until you've knocked the price down to zero. A handful of major brands will let you keep couponing up to and past $0, and they'll even pay you for the overage amount. READ MORE IN SHOPPINGCLIPPING COUPONS I'm a savings expert - here are my six favorite couponing sites and appsSHOP TIL YOU DROP You've been shopping at Dollar Tree wrong - Four ways to save money Walmart Walmart allows overages in two ways. If a coupon for an individual item exceeds the price of that product, you can apply the...
    HAVING new neighbours can either make your life a dream or a living nightmare. Some can be life’s saviours by always looking out for your home while you're away, and signing for your post when you’re not in.  2Emmy Dee took to TikTok to share her angerCredit: @emmydee2386/Tiktok 2She revealed that she needed to get her neighbour back because they kept stealing her deliveriesCredit: @emmydee2386/Tiktok But other neighbours can go out of their way to make your life difficult, ultimately resulting in neighbour war. However, one homeowner has found herself in a dispute with the family next door - but has discovered a genius way to get her own back.  Emmy Dee learnt the hard way that her neighbours never had her best interest in mind after she realised they kept stealing her Amazon delivery packages after she recently moved to a new address.  Emmy, shared her story to TikTok, saying: “Got a new apartment and someone keeps stealing my new Amazon packages, so I got an idea.” Read More on The SunLET'S GET ANCHORED England Wags to stay on...
    FAKE it till you make it – well, a dating app user did just that when he couldn't match with anybody on Tinder. The clever man shared just how he photoshopped a lottery ticket onto his profile picture to potentially score some dates. 5A man wasn't getting any Tinder matchesCredit: TikTok/@papergurus 5So he cropped out a lottery ticketCredit: TikTok/@papergurus In the clip, the unidentified man pointed out how he had zero matches when he first joined the dating app before getting to work. Using a photo editing program, he cropped out a $345 million dollar lottery check from a real winner's picture. He then placed the cropped check on a picture of himself with a plain blue background. As he zoomed in on the check, he simply blurred the real winner's name and typed in his. Lastly, he added a huge Powerball sign behind him. The triumphant man then uploaded the picture to his Tinder profile and saw as the matches began to pour in. Most read in LifestyleFISH OUT OF WATER Harry 'clearly unhappy' &...
    MONEY might still be available for Americans who were entitled to stimulus checks in 2021, but did not receive the correct amount. Anyone who believes they are owed more than they received will be able to claim the Recovery Rebate Credit when filing their 2021 tax returns. 2Some people may still be eligible for stimulus moneyCredit: Getty Families who had a baby in 2021 and those who added a new dependent to their tax return are among those who can receive the extra stimulus cash. Individuals who earned more than $80,000 in 2020 but whose income was less in 2021 are also eligible to pick up the $1,400 payment if they haven't already received it. This maximum income threshold is at $160,000 for couples. The third federal stimulus check, which the government began paying out in March of last year, was issued mainly based on 2019 and 2020 tax returns. However, many Americans earned less last year, making them eligible for the $1,400. Unless they updated their information with the IRS, they would not have received the check as...
    NEW $300 stimulus payments are being sent out today and should begin appearing in bank accounts of eligible Americans shortly. The fourth round of monthly Child Tax Credit payments began shipping out on Friday and are expected to be sent to around 36million families. 2Child Tax Credit checks began going out on FridayCredit: Alamy The vast majority of those payments will be deposited directly into the bank accounts of recipients. After the October round, the final two Child Tax Credit payments will be issued on November 15 and December 15. Eligible families are getting monthly payments of up to $300 for each child under the age of six, and up to $250 for each child ages six to 17 due to the expanded Child Tax Credit program. There is also a single $500 payment for college students between the ages of 18-24. Half of the credit is going out in monthly payments between July and December, and families will be able to claim the other half on the 2021 tax returns. Since checks began going out in July, the IRS and Treasury...
    CALIFORNIANS are patiently waiting for the next round of Golden State Stimulus checks to arrive, but some eligible residents are wondering why they still haven't received payments. The California Franchise Tax Board, which is administering the payments, has been sending payments to the 9million eligible Californians in two-week intervals, on August 27 and September 17. 1Some California residents still haven't received the stimulus checks sent in mid-September Because so many are eligible, the payments are being issued in waves; more than two million payments to California residents were sent in September. According to reporting from the San Francisco Chronicle website, those receiving paper checks can expect their payments to be sent out October 5. Direct deposits are also being issued in waves, to account for processing time and to confirm eligibility and payment information for taxpayers. And using the FTB's tracker tool, Californians can check their eligibility and see where their payment is now. People took to Twitter to try and find out where there payments are, with some tagging in their banking institutions, and others expressing confusion about when to expect...
    TEXT scams have skyrocketed in the months since Child Tax Credit payments began reaching homes, according to the IRS. The practice, called SMS phishing or “smishing,” targets individuals by sending out malicious links or trying to obtain personal information by posing as official IRS communication.   1The IRS warns that text message phishing scams, also known as "smishing," could target recipients of the Child Tax CreditCredit: Getty The IRS has been warning taxpayers of these scams since July when the $300 tax credit started. To avoid falling victim to the scams, the IRS recommends keeping watch for “eligibility forms” or unfamiliar links shared via text message. Never open a link that appears to originate from the Treasury department or secretary of the Treasury, and don’t provide sensitive information via text message, even to a contact you recognize. Thousands of text messages and emails are sent out every day hoping "they'll get people to respond and fall prey to their scam,” IRS Criminal Investigations claim. The IRS said in a statement that “Taxpayers should be on the lookout for a variety...
    THE Internal Revenue Service has given advice to people on the warning signs to look out for after stimulus check scams soared over the summer. Cases of scammers trying to con taxpayers into giving them a payment or handing over personal information relating to the Covid-19 stimulus payments rose drastically in June and July, the IRS said. 2The IRS said phising scams regarding stimulus checks rose sharply in June and JulyCredit: Getty Methods used by the unscrupulous criminals include fake emails and texts. So far the government has issued three rounds of direct coronavirus relief payments to eligible Americans start the start of the pandemic. These included up to $1,200 in April 2020, up to $600 in December 2020 and up to $1,400 in March. Jim Lee, chief of IRS Criminal Investigation said in a statement: “Even though taxpayers have received multiple rounds of Economic Impact Payments, we saw phishing scams surge this summer. “The number of reported scam attempts reached levels we haven’t seen in more than a decade. “More than ever, it is important for taxpayers to continue...
    NEITHER Congress or the Commander-in-Chief are likely to push for a fourth stimulus this year, but there are still plenty of funds to aid eligible Americans’ bottom lines.  American families can take advantage every month until December by pocketing up to $300 from the Child Tax Credit (CTC) as well as pursuing reimbursements from “plus-up” payments and Californians are benefitting with up to $1,000 “thank you” bonuses and teachers are getting “$1,000 “thank you payments. 2A fourth stimulus package is not likely to be passed in 2021, but there are still plenty of funds available that eligible Americans' can claimCredit: Getty As the economy continues to fight off the financial effects from the Covid-19 Delta variant causing communities to see rising positive cases, there's been a groundswell to coax Washington and President Joe Biden to pass the fourth batch of support. THIRD STIMULUS The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) confirmed back on Aug. 13, it began doling out millions of dollars in its second mid-month as part of the Child Tax Credit (CTC) check disbursement starting in July and expected to...
    THERE'S no denying the fuzzy feeling you get after checking in to a luxurious hotel room, and soaking up the benefits to get your money's worth. The best par, though, is being able to sleep in, and checking out minutes after rolling out of bed - without having to clean a thing. 2Darren Dowling always strips the bed when leaving a hotel room - do you do the same?Credit: Dazza That's unless you're Darren Dowling, who takes the time to strip the bed, including the duvet cover and pillow case, before leaving his room. While it's common courtesy to at least give the room a once over to help out hotel staff, people reckon this bloke's check-out habit is bonkers. Darren, known as Dazza online, shared a snap of his hotel bed online with the used bedsheets neatly folded alongside the stripped duvet and pillows. FABULOUS BINGO: WIN A SHARE OF £250K "I always try and leave a hotel room like this. Is this the right or wrong thing to do?" he wrote alongside the...
    Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-ND) defended his support of the so-called bipartisan infrastructure bill by leaving out key context surrounding the “woke agenda” in the mammoth $1.2 trillion, 2,702-page legislation. “I’ve heard a lot of misinformation about the bipartisan infrastructure bill. Let’s clear some of it up. First, it is NOT tied to the $3.5 trillion spending bill Democrats want to pass later this year,” Cramer wrote, claiming that there is no link between the $1.2 trillion and the even larger $3.5 trillion Democrat spending bill. Ive heard a lot of misinformation about the bipartisan infrastructure bill. Lets clear some of it up. First, it is NOT tied to the $3.5 trillion spending bill Democrats want to pass later this year. I spoke on the floor about the differences earlier this week. https://t.co/OaMDCRhRBQ — Sen. Kevin Cramer (@SenKevinCramer) August 6, 2021 However, despite Cramer’s claim, Reuters describes this as a “glide path” towards passing the $3.5 trillion legislation by granting Sens. Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Krysten Sinema (D-AZ) a victory on their bipartisan infrastucture legislation, therefore putting pressure on them to...
    Team GB's Hector Pardoe suffered a freak injury in the marathon swimming. EUROSPORT A British swimmer was forced to retire from the Tokyo Olympics 10km race after taking an elbow to the eye. Hector Pardoe said he thought his eye had fallen out and had to ask a lifeguard if it was still there. The 20-year-old was later pictured with his eye badly bruised and swollen with a cut on the eyelid. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Team GB's Hector Pardoe hurt his eye so badly that he thought it might have come out of its socket during the Tokyo Olympics 10 kilometer marathon swim, and even asked a lifeguard to check for him. The 20-year-old swimmer was only a couple of kilometers from the finish line when a stray elbow from another swimmer caught him on his right eye, opening up a large wound, which subsequently forced him to retire.  "On my last lap, I took an elbow to the face. I thought I'd lost my eye. My goggles came off completely. I always hoped...
    ALTHOUGH many of us are a little late to be able to retire at the age of 26, a finance expert has revealed just how she was able to make and save so much money that she doesn't have to worry about it ever again. These hacks can be used to save up money for all your short-term and long-term goals. 3She revealed she can retire in her late 20'sCredit: Tiktok/@herfirst100k 3She would be financially independentCredit: Tiktok/@herfirst100k In a TikTok video, podcast host and TikTok star Tori Dunlap said: "I will be financially independent in a year, which means that I never have to work another day in my life if I don't have to." INVESTING "I started investing as soon as I could – I opened a Roth IRA and I maxed it out every single year," she revealed. "Now, the thing I always tell people is that the best day to start investing is today and I didn't wait to start tomorrow. "You have time on your side so get started investing if you haven't or...
    THIS year more than most, it’s not just our homes that need a spring clean. As we emerge from a winter like no other in lockdown, our bodies could do with a once-over too. 11As we emerge from a winter lockdown it's time to give your body and mind a spruceCredit: Getty So just as you’d wield that duster from room to room, why not make your health shine too? “It’s always a shock to see how much dust has gathered behind the sofa,” explains GP Dr Philippa Kaye. “Spring cleaning is a check on our homes but we need one for our bodies as well. Look after your health and get any worrying symptoms checked out by your GP. Earlier diagnosis often means things are easier to treat. “After this winter, especially, when we have spent more time than usual indoors, it’s really important to give yourself an MoT. Spring cleaning your health could boost your mind and body as lockdown lifts in the UK.” Here, some of the UK’s top medical experts share their top tips for...
    Tinder, along with all dating apps owned by Match Group, will soon let users vet their potential dates prior to meeting them in person. Match Group announced a partnership with the non-profit background check platform Garbo, which will offer the service to users for a fee. Users will only need their potential dates first name and phone number or full name to conduct a background check.  Garbo says it collects 'public records and reports of violence or abuse, including arrests, convictions, restraining orders, harassment, and other violent crimes,' which should be available to Tinder members. The background check feature is set to begin testing in the Tinder app over the next few months and will then be rolled out to other Match Group apps, which includes OkCupid, Hinge and Match.  Tinder, along with all dating apps owned by Match Group, will soon let users vet their potential dates prior to meeting them in person. Match Group announced a partnership with the non-profit background check platform Garbo, which will offer the service to users for a fee Tinder has skyrocketed...
    Plan to lower Floridas flags for Rush Limbaugh causing controversy, consternation Why the Boeing 777 problem isnt as dire as the MAX crisis California lawmakers on Wednesday passed a $9.6 billion coronavirus relief package, which could bring millions of residents an extra $600 stimulus check, on top of the first and second stimulus check provided by the federal government, as well as the potential third check for up to $1,400 that Congress is working on now. © Provided by CNET Some Californians could get an extra $600 stimulus payment. Sarah Tew/CNET California's bill -- called the Immediate Action Agreement, a version of the Golden State Stimulus plan Gov. Gavin Newsom introduced last month -- would also increase aid to small businesses, and add resources for child-care services and emergency financial aid for community college students. "As we continue to fight the pandemic and recover, I'm grateful for the Legislature's partnership to provide urgent relief and support for California families and small businesses where it's needed most," Newsom said in a press release. The proposal is expected to get final...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Our cold wind chills continue Saturday, with a high of 2 degrees expected. Sunday and Monday look to be the coldest days, with 2 below zero expected to be the high for Sunday and zero degrees for Monday. Oh, but that’s not all. As for when warmer weather could arrive, the extended forecast offers little immediate hope. Temperatures look to stay in the single digits at least until late next week, possibly beyond. With such dangerous conditions out there, to say nothing of the continuing COVID pandemic keeping us all from gathering in large groups indoors, what better time to catch up on some binge-worthy streaming shows? We asked WCCO’s reporters what shows have had them hooked in recent months to offer up some selections for what you could use to pass the time waiting for an above-freezing temperature that might never come. Oh, and we operated under the presumption that you’ve already caught yourself up on all the programming CBS All Access has to offer — from The Good Fight to The Stand, from Star Trek:...
    Gigi Hadid reveals Taylor Swift sewed a teddy bear for her daughter Hurt by the pandemic, a small town in California will pay tourists to visit PBT Podcast: Biggest surprises, disappointments so far this season We are more than a quarter of the way into this NBA season, and it has not gone as expected in a lot of ways. Combine COVID-19, no fans in most arenas, and some teams making leaps we didn’t expect while other teams missing shots they should knock down, and for a number of teams this season has not gone according to plan. © Garrett Ellwood/NBAE via Getty Images There have been positive surprises such as Memphis and Cleveland. There have been the disappointments, such as Dallas and Miami. Myself and Dan Feldman from NBC Sports discuss those four teams and more, and delve into what got these teams there and if they can sustain it/turn things around. As always, you can check out the podcast below, listen and subscribe via iTunes at ApplePodcasts.com/PBTonNBC, subscribe via the fantastic Stitcher app, check us out on...
    Most of us operate at 50 per cent of our mental capacity. It's like having a high-performance Ferrari and just using it to nip to the shops once in a while. Having spent the past 25 years practising as a neurosurgeon, there is not much I don't know about the workings of the brain, and I am convinced the exquisitely designed organ can crank out a lot more power. If you don't hit the open road occasionally and open the throttle, it could be all too easy to forget what your brain is really capable of achieving. All this week, the Daily Mail has been serialising my new book, Keep Sharp, which sets out a blueprint for optimising mental capacity and protecting yourself against dementia. Today, my focus is on sleep and relaxation because I believe it is possible to harness both to help switch the brain into hyperdrive status, and I'm going to show you how. Today, my focus is on sleep and relaxation because I believe it is possible to harness both to help switch the brain...
    THE $600 stimulus checks are on their way with people getting them sent directly told to watch out for a plain envelope. The much needed Covid relief payment will be in a white envelope with the Treasury seal on it so don’t throw them out as some did during the first round of payments. 1NINTCHDBPICT000591331575-2Credit: Getty Images - Getty The payments are part of the $900 billion coronavirus relief act and are hitting bank accounts and mailboxes for millions of Americans. “To speed delivery of the payments to reach as many people as soon as possible the Treasury’s Bureau of Fiscal Service is sending payments out by prepaid debit card,” says the Internal Revenue Service. When the first stimulus checks were sent out, some people threw them out as they came from "Money Network Cardholder Services" - not from the US Treasury. That prompted California Senator Dianne Feinstein to tweet this week “be sure not to throw it away”. The IRS is sending $600 stimulus payments to many Americans as prepaid debit cards. It will come in a plain envelope with the Treasury...
    LOTTERY players around Britain are being urged to check their tickets to make sure they don't lose out on a life-changing jackpot. A staggering £9.4million worth of prizes is currently unclaimed and will be gone forever if no one comes forward by January 18 – a nightmare scenario that has become a reality for some people. Shopkeepers in Walsall, Belfast, and Coventry are still waiting for customers to pop in clutching the £1million EuroMillions ticket they were sold earlier this year. And four Brits in Sandwell, Lancs., and Oldham, Greater Manchester, are still going about their daily lives unaware that they're sitting on £1million fortunes. "We’re desperate to find these mystery ticket-holders and unite them with their winnings," Andy Carter, Senior Winners’ Advisor at The National Lottery told The Sun. "We’re urging everyone who bought a ticket in these areas to check their old National Lottery tickets again or look anywhere a missing ticket could be hiding." Make sure you check your tickets to avoid joining the ranks of some of the unluckiest lottery winners in history...
    Dear Moneyist, I’m in a long-term, live-in partnership. I became ill and haven’t been employed since 2016. My partner has been financially supporting me 100%. He claimed me as a dependent for the last couple of years, including 2018. We read that I could receive one of the first $1,200 COVID-19 relief checks that were first sent out last April if I filed a $0 income tax return for 2019. I filed a paper return with my bank-account information and, of course, my mailing address. I’m still waiting. What is my best chance of getting anything out of these relief payments, either a past stimulus check or a future one? If I could afford a new computer, I now feel well enough to work from home. Do you think I’ve taken the right approach to apply for a stimulus check, even though I’m not working now? LuAnn Also see: Trump goes golfing as stimulus, defense spending bills left in the lurch Dear LuAnn, The economic impact payment is effectively an advance payment of a tax credit on your...
    Kristin Fisher and Dana Perino take a break to deliver actual news. Fox News finds itself in the interesting place of trying to perform a 24-hours-a-day paradox. During the day time, they’re pretending to be a normal, fact-driven news network, while during primetime and into the wee hours, they are the fact-free, rhetorically incendiary bigotry factory we have come to expect for the last couple of decades. Why they’re doing this is probably a mixture of reasons. One is that Rupert Murdoch likely does not like Donald Trump and wants to separate his American news interest from Trump and the potential legal fallout that will be coming about in the next few years. Another reason is that with the advent of OANN and other ultra-right-wing fake news spaces, Fox sees the need to distinguish its version of bogus ultra-conservative news vomit from the rest of the pack. Whatever the reason, during Thursday’s daytime hours, the Fox News machine decided to report honestly on what is arguably one of the most frighteningly reality-free press conferences we have seen during the Trump administration. Rudolph...
    Police officers raiding a property in Japan were interrupted by a suspect checking their temperatures to ensure they don't have coronavirus. Footage shows one officer attempting to saw their way into the headquarters of Chukakuha, a leftist group located in the Edogawa district of Tokyo.   Before a second officer can get his electric saw started, a door opens and two men, wearing protective masks, exit a nearby door. Footage shows officers getting their temperatures checked as they attempt to raid the headquarters of Chukakuha, a leftist group located in the Edogawa district of Tokyo (pictured) One officer attempts to saw his way into the building (pictured) before representatives of the group suggest they should use the door This is some amazingly comedic footage: today, over 100 police officers raided the Tokyo headquarters of an ultra-leftist group. pic.twitter.com/YK4tuu27mw— Spoon & Tamago (@Johnny_suputama) October 16, 2020 They appear to suggest that the officers could simply use the door to get inside, reports UniLad.   But the representatives of the group don't let the officers in before checking their temperatures to...
    It been more than four months since Uncle Sam doled out $1,200 stimulus checks to help Americans cope with the crippling effects of COVID-19 on the US economy. With cases continuing to surge across the country and millions of Americans still out of work, lawmakers are in discussions for a second round of checks. But there’s still a lot of bickering on Capitol Hill over competing proposals that have been put forth by lawmakers on both sides of the aisle. Here’s everything we know so far about the potential for another round of checks: Democrats and Republicans agree the checks are necessary Leaders from both parties agree that Americans are hurting and in need of financial assistance. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell last month introduced the HEALS Act, which would put another $1,200 check in the pockets of most American adults. Democrats have similarly proposed another round of $1,200 payments with the HEROES Act, which was passed by the House in May. But the similarities stop there Partisan gridlock over the overall cost of any stimulus bill has caused...
    It been more than four months since Uncle Sam doled out $1,200 stimulus checks to help Americans cope with the crippling effects of COVID-19 on the US economy. With cases continuing to surge across the country and millions of Americans still out of work, lawmakers are in discussions for a second round of checks. But there’s still a lot of bickering on Capitol Hill over competing proposals that have been put forth by lawmakers on both sides of the aisle. Here’s everything we know so far about the potential for another round of checks: Democrats and Republicans agree the checks are necessary Leaders from both parties agree that Americans are hurting and in need of financial assistance. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell last month introduced the HEALS Act, which would put another $1,200 check in the pockets of most American adults. Democrats have similarly proposed another round of $1,200 payments with the HEROES Act, which was passed by the House in May. But the similarities stop there Partisan gridlock over the overall cost of any stimulus bill has caused negotiations...
    Colorado attorney general investigating whether Aurora polices patterns and practices are unconstitutional Outdoor dining may save restaurants during COVID-19. But are diners at risk from cars plowing into them? How To Sell Your Home For The Best Price Possible Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Netflix / SKIP BOLEN/NETFLIX Project Power's Dominque Fishback Has Lived So Many Lives on Screen - Check Out Her Roles In Project Power Dominique Fishback plays Robin, a dealer and aspiring rapper that has to team up with a local cop (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and an ex-soldier (Jamie Foxx) to take down the group responsible for a pill that gives its users unpredictable superpowers for five minutes. In real-life, Fishback is an actress and accomplished playwright who debuted her play Subverted Off-Off-Broadway in 2014. Around the same time she had a number of one-off appearances in shows like The Affair and Blue Bloods but she wouldn't be cast in her first recurring role until 2015's Show Me a Hero, as single...
    “It’s nice to be able to spread some joy,” Andrew Camela said. Courtesy Andrew Camela The Camelas are reaching out to area farmers markets, produce stands and nurseries for help restocking. If businesses have extra produce they can’t sell, the two are willing to go pick it up. Courtesy Andrew Camela The Camelas will have more soon when it’s ripe and ready. You can check their KC’s Farmstand Facebook page for updates. Courtesy Andrew Camela “As we kind of got a little carried away with ourselves, we realized that we were going to have enough produce to feed a small army,” Andrew Camela said. So far, just a few days after launching, the Camelas have raised about $40 and are hoping to eventually send a big check to the charity. Courtesy Andrew Camela Andrew Camela, of Crofton, and his 11-year-old daughter Kaylynn, who don’t have much gardening experience, planted 13 raspberry plants, 12 tomatoes, four strawberries, four basil, three cucumber bushes … and that’s just the short list. Courtesy Andrew Camela “We just...
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