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Saturday, December 10, 2005

The Whole World Is Watching

If you work in an industry that is at all dependent upon the public’s perception of their reputation in order to be profitable, you probably have an understanding of loyalty – at least to the degree that regardless of how you really felt about your employer, you would not stand around at a party and tell people what a horrible place of business you work in. In fact, you may even find a section in your employee manual that outlines consequences of speaking unfavorably about the business. Take, for instance, my profession. I run a healthcare facility. Healthcare is very much a business that depends upon the public’s perception in order to remain profitable. If a hospital or outpatient facility develops a poor public image, it hurts the bottom line. If I overheard one of my employees telling their friends that they wouldn’t recommend our facility for the care of a loved one, I would at the very least reprimand the employee, and according to our employee policies, I would be justified in terminating the person’s employment.

This isn’t a new concept and is widely understood. In fact, I would go so far as to say it falls under the category of common sense and knowingly or not – we apply this to a number of things in our lives.

If you visited your child’s high school basketball game, you wouldn’t “boo” the home team.

These things should be a matter of common sense and are not about your freedom to voice your opinion, but exhibiting courtesy, professionalism and a sense of loyalty. If you hate your boss, you have every right to tell your wife, your best friend, your mother…but trust me, if you come to an interview in my office and I ask you why you want to leave your current employer, I do NOT want to hear how unfair he/she treats you or how much you are overworked and underpaid. Answers like these speak volumes to your work ethic and professionalism.

Take Martha Stewart….she was in trouble with the law and the Board of her multi-million dollar company asked her to step down. Then, as though that wasn’t insulting enough – they systematically began to either remove or reduce the size of her name on the products they sold, so as to distance themselves from her bad publicity. Did she go public with a tirade of, “I built that company! Don’t buy their products! They’ve squeezed me out of what is rightfully mine!” No, she kept her mouth shut and remained loyal and was eventually able to return to the company when she became less of a liability.

A couple of years ago while I was vacationing outside of the United States, I had a conversation with a foreigner about places we had visited. During the conversation, the gentleman said, “I usually vacation in Port Douglas”, then he looked at me with one of those expressions that indicated he was waiting for a grand response. When I simply said, “oh, and how do you like it there?” He said, “That’s where your former President Bill Clinton used to vacation!” I’m certain all the color drained from my face. To be sure, I do not wish to be standing on foreign soil and be pulled into a conversation about Bill Clinton. It’s one thing to talk with my friends or at least with an American about the Clintons, but quite frankly, the entire Clinton era is an embarrassment to me, particularly when I’m asked about it by someone who is not an American. If I had been having this conversation with a friend or neighbor, I might have said, “whoopdidoo!” or, "he wasn't MY President". In this case, however, a response of that nature wasn’t an option. I didn’t have to think about it or weigh my words. Being disrespectful toward a former President of the United States was not an option for me as I stood on foreign soil. My loyalty toward the United States simply prohibited anything other than the response I gave, “Oh! How nice!”.

Did I think it was nice? Not really. Did I care where Bill Clinton took his vacations? Not at all. In fact, I was a little mortified to be talking about the Clintons, but I never gave a second thought to what my response should be.

The likes of Natalie Maine, Johnny Depp, Madonna and of course, let us not forget about William Jefferson Clinton are perfect examples of disloyalty and an absence of ethics and professionalism. It seems that these people have something in common. Other than the obvious unpatriotic attitude toward the country that made them who they are and lined their pockets with American dollars, these people seemingly like to be in a crowd of cheering people. So, rather than exhibit appropriate, common sense driven loyalty for their country, they say whatever they think the crowd wants to hear – whatever will solicit more cheers and applaud.

In a speech yesterday in Montreal, former President Bill Clinton announced to delegates from around the world visiting at a U.N. climate conference that President Bush is “FLAT WRONG” in his statements regarding reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Then in the most patronizing of statements, urged the delegates to “try to work with the current administration”.

For what it’s worth, the delegation was not happy with Clinton’s impromptu visit. In other words, he wasn’t invited to speak – but showed up anyway.

Occasionally I get an e-mail or a phone call from one of my friends who live in other countries. Most often, somewhere in the conversation they make the statement, “the whole world is watching”.

It’s very difficult for me to understand why grown men and women can’t grasp the concept of loyalty and patriotism. I’m sick and tired of hearing people say “dissent is patriotic” and “freedom of speech”. It’s not about the freedom to say what you wish. It’s not about expecting people to agree with everything this administration does. It’s about having the decency, dignity and loyalty to NOT visit a foreign country and air your dissent while the whole world watches.

Feeling a sense of loyalty to your country and displaying respect for its administration should be as natural as being loyal to your parents or your employer or your alma mater. For those who were born without the very natural loyalty I’ve spoken of here, there IS a solution.

According to Wikipedia

In law, treason is the crime of disloyalty to one's nation. A person who betrays the nation of their citizenship and/or reneges on an oath of loyalty and in some way willfully cooperates with an enemy, is considered to be a traitor.

In the United States Code the penalty ranges from "shall suffer death" to "shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States."

I can live with that.

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  • At 9:31 PM, December 12, 2005, Blogger Disgruntled Car Salesman said…

    Unfortunately, no matter what I do in my profession, I am just below the bottom feeding carp on the food chain.

  • At 11:16 PM, December 12, 2005, Blogger P.I. Mom said…

    Not to worry, DCS, the attornies who make up the ACLU are feeding waaaaay lower than you!

  • At 12:28 PM, December 13, 2005, Blogger Neo-Con Tastic said…

    "If you visited your child’s high school basketball game, you wouldn’t “boo” the home team."


  • At 11:26 AM, December 15, 2005, Anonymous second2noneDad said…

    I would boo if they sucked and trust me my kid has played on a bunch of pansy teams. Plus he can't go left and seems to be a little light in the loafers ... if you know what I mean -- totally my wife's fault.

    It's about time that we stop coddling our kids and let them know when they suck at something. Talk about politically incorrect. Not every kid is on the honor roll. And if I see another effin' bumper sticker on one of my dumbass friend's car declaring that their kid is, I may just run them off the road and tell them how stupid their kid really is.

    This is America. Let's stop pretending that everybody is equal in all things. They aren't. This may sound cruel but it isn't and, in fact, it is the right and responsible way for us to raise our children. How else are they supposed to learn? If they think they're the best at everything they'll never learn what they need to. Criticism is good.

    I remember growing up in the Texas when I was a kid and my folks told me how it was. My football coach was a real son of a bitch, but if it wasn't for him I wouldn't have played two years of varsity before dropping out. Finally, if my pastor wasn't honest with me about being a crappy husband I would've continued cheating on my wife. At least she's now lost some of that weight.

    So, lets nutt-up and be man enough about it to tell the truth when something sucks.

  • At 9:55 PM, December 15, 2005, Blogger P.I. Mom said…

    second2nonedad - Since I am avowed to tell people from now on when they offend me, I should tell you that most of your post was pretty jerky. But I will agree with you on one thing - kids need to learn how to lose just as much as they need to learn how to win. We don't always win as adults and I've always told them, "the measure of an athlete is how they respond to losing".

  • At 12:20 PM, December 16, 2005, Anonymous second2noneDad said…

    PIM - you sound like my second wife with that crap. I wasn't talking about winning or losing. As Jim McKay popularized, everybody should learn how to handle the "the thrill of victory, and the agony of defeat." What I'm talking about is people sucking.

    We do real harm when we blindly support people when they're doing something wrong and when we inflate people's egos when they don't do things well. Like I said in my previous comments, I was a poor husband cheating on my third wife and it was my Pastor that saved me by telling me I sucked as a husband. I now go to AAA for directions and help around the house on Sundays after chruch and football.

    Since you have kids let me give you another example that you might understand better.

    My son can never be a quarterback because he doesn't have the gun of an arm necessary. Should I pretend that he can be the next Archie Manning? No. That would be wrong. Instead I tell him that he sucks and to move onto something that he's better at and that there's no shame in not being able to do everything. Now he's a gifted basketball player, but has trouble going to his left so I tell him he sucks and to keep working on getting better. And what does he do? He spends three hours a night on our dirt drive-way practicing after he's done his chores.

    As good God-fearing people we need to realize that we can't do everything and hope that their is somebody close to us able to guide us to become better individuals. For some of us it's the almighty Lord. I would hope that you could understand that ... but maybe you can't since you're a woman and all you do is write sucky blog posts calling people traitors because you don't agree with them.

    Spend more time reading the bible and less time littering the Internet.

  • At 5:30 PM, December 16, 2005, Blogger P.I. Mom said…

    Mr. Second2none -
    I wasn't talking about winning or losing either when I said your post was jerky - I was referring to your own comments, which you were kind enough to post again, such as telling your children they "suck" and suggesting that cheating on your wife was a good way to get her to lose weight. I see you make your son work hard to become a good ball player every day after he does his chores, but mention that you only help around the house on Sundays - this too makes you a jerk. And finally - since I'm just a woman, and one who has not been married THREE TIMES, I would suggest that perhaps YOU should read your Bible more than reading "sucky" blogs. It sounds like you waste more time than I do.
    By the way - you should really consider capitalizing the word BIBLE - it's OFFENSIVE when you don't.

  • At 11:20 AM, December 19, 2005, Anonymous second2noneDad said…

    Whoa, whoa P.I. Mom. Who in the hell do you think you are to comment on MY life? I opened myself up and admitted that I was a flawed man and you became all self-righteous. You are sounding more like my second wife every time you open your mouth. Well, let me drop some truth on you, like I did her.

    Perhaps "suck" is too politically incorrect for you and I should've used more flowery language in describing appraising somebody's strengths and weaknesses, like "constructive praise." How interesting it is that a woman who calls herself "Politically Incorrect Mom" and that throws around the term "Jerk" can't handle the word "suck." Especially since both are slang derivations of sexual acts.

    Now about my wife's weight. What I actually said was "Finally, if my pastor wasn't honest with me about being a crappy husband I would've continued cheating on my wife. At least she's now lost some of that weight." I'm not sure how you think that translates into me cheating to make my wife lose weight.

    Actually, I began cheating after the death of my brother. Somehow I had manifested a warped view of his life being cut-down too short after his logging accident and I decided to live his life as well as my own. But no matter how many women I slept with it didn't make the pain go away, nor did it honor his life. So as my previous post said, my Pastor intervened and showed me my errors.

    Once I was able to work on myself, she was able to address her self-image problems caused by my infidelity to drop from 155 lbs to the 125 lbs she was as a cheerleader. However, you just assumed that I cheated on her because of her weight. And the funny thing is, is you jumped to that conclusion based on a passing comment of mine expressing my pride in her accomplishment.

    Not as though it's any business of yours, I own my own construction company. So, I'm up at 4:30 a.m. and can work until 10:00 or 11:00 p.m at night, but I make sure I get home for a couple of hours for dinner every night to spend with my wife and kids. On Saturdays, I visit my brother's grave and coach my kids at whatever sport they are playing that time of year. So, I'm sorry if you think Sundays aren't good enough to help around the house ... some of us have real lives.

    Like I said, I own my own construction company and it gives me the time to read my Scriptures everyday and cruise the information superhighway. Why do I spend time on the Internet? Because it helps with my ministry of the Lord's word. I happen to employ a large number of Mexicans and I take the time to preach to them the Gospel (both biblical and political), so I'm always looking for resources to share with them. I don't think your blog will be one of them.

    Not like it was already bad enough, but you then disparaged the fact that I've been married three times and suggested that I should read the Bible more. I'm just assuming this was your naive attempt to shame me and, here again, you simply jumped to conclusions. My first wife died in a car accident and my second wife cheated on me and left me. It was only by the grace of God that I found my third wife Juanita shortly after she entered the country six years ago.

    Seriously, you really do sound like my second wife -- Jeanine Anne is that you? Frankly, when you started nit-picking my spelling of Bible it was deja-vue of her all over again. Just so you know, it was a simple typo. I was actually on my way to my kid's basketball game and didn't take the time to proof-read my comments. My not so sincere apologies for "OFFENDING" you.

    I guess it's too much to ask for a little Christian charity from a woman who condemns everybody she doesn't agree with. Perhaps, you need to remember that Jesus is the reason for the season. Happy frickin' holidays to you!!!

  • At 5:10 PM, December 19, 2005, Blogger P.I. Mom said…

    You made only one comment that warrants a response. Who the hell am I....?
    I'm the person whose blog you came to and allowed yourself to "open up" (read - air dirty laundry)...that's who. If you don't like what you read here - don't come back. It's no skin off my apple. If you don't wish to share my blog with your Mexican employees - do I care? NOT!
    Get a life, pal.
    Oh...and... I was married to a contractor - he, too, had time management problems and didn't know how to schedule a job so that he could be home with his family at a decent hour. Your boo-hoo on that is about as valid as the rest of your rant.

  • At 5:55 PM, December 19, 2005, Anonymous REALdad said…

    Dude. Its guys like you that make all the real second to none dads look like jerks. I read the same thing PIMOM read when you said that about your wife losing weight. Also you seem to be the one who cant handle people who dont agree with YOU. And comparing anyone who disagrees with you to your xwife makes you an idiot and a jerk. I would love to hear anyone else's comments who has read your stupid remarks and see if they see you as the selfish, self-ritious jerk you come across as. You come here and dis the owner of the blog and then ask her who the hell she thinks SHE is?
    Telling your kids they suck isnt politically incorrect its just plain mean. Way to destroy your kids self esteem you moron. There are plenty of ways to steer your kids in the right direction when they arent good at something without using idiotic remarks like that.
    No wonder you'v been married three times. I feel sorry for your wife.

  • At 6:25 PM, December 19, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    second2none is a bottom feeder. His wife is either a saint or crazy for staying with a cheater and an ass.

  • At 7:08 PM, December 19, 2005, Anonymous Buddy McDaniels said…

    Jimmy Buffet wrote a great song for you second2nonedad...
    Everybody sing along!

    Were you born an asshole
    or did you work at it your whole life
    either way it worked out fine
    cuz your an asshole tonight

    your an a-s-s-h-o-l-e and dont you try to blame it on me (or P.I. Mom!)
    you deserve all the credit
    cuz your an asshole tonight.

  • At 9:23 AM, December 20, 2005, Anonymous Bobby McBlogsalot said…

    Hey Buddy McDaniels, why don't you stop using ridiculous pseudonyms and start taking responsibility for who you are and what you think.

  • At 3:56 PM, December 20, 2005, Anonymous second2noneDad said…

    There it is. The truth has finally surfaced. P.I. Mom's true colors have appeared. Can we say, "Hello Pot, my name is Kettle." Jeanine Anne that has to be you.

    "Oh...and... I was married to a contractor -- he, too, had time management problems and didn't know how to schedule a job so that he could be home with his family at a decent hour."

    As I told you when you left me, my work provides for you and our family. My company employs 125 people and they all have families, so I'm sorry if I work long days. I'm home for dinner and the weekends. I coach our kid's sports teams and volunteer at our Church, but somehow that's a time management problem. We have an au pair for our youngest, a live-in cook and weekly house-cleaning service, but somehow that's not enough.

    Thank God you left me and started writing this blog. NOT! By the way, Scott Ian called and he wants his nickname back.


    And a few comments for the rest of you.

    Uhm, Mr. REALdad ... if that's really your name. All five of my children from my three wives are wonderful, well-adjusted kids. Each is very successful whether it be in spelling-bees, ballet, karate or basketball (they've won awards in each). And, frankly, I'd put up their grade point averages against yours any day (combined it averages to 3.72).

    One final note to REALdad, for future knowledge please note the following:

    1. "Self-ritious" is actually spelled self-righteous.

    2. "xwife" is actually spelled ex-wife. As a good Christian, I hope you would understand that this is the case after all of the hedonists trying to get us to accept Xmas instead of CHRISTmas.

    3. "dis" is slang and actually means disparage (I used that word in my last post, copy-cat).

    4. "Its guys like you that make all the real second to none dads look like jerks." Seriously, did you just start the sentence with its? In case you weren't aware it should be "it's."

    5. "Also you seem to be the one who cant handle people who dont agree with YOU." Should actually read, "Also, you seem to be the one who can't handle people who don't agree with YOU."

    6. "Telling your kids they suck isnt politically incorrect its just plain mean." This sentence should actually read "Telling your kids they suck isn't politically incorrect; it's just plain mean."

    7. "Way to destroy your kids self esteem you moron." Try this next time,
    "Way to destroy your kids self-esteem, you moron."

    8. "There are plenty of ways to steer your kids in the right direction when they arent good at something without using idiotic remarks like that." Really? They're known as apostrophes, try using them some time. Like on "aren't."

    9. "No wonder you'v been married three times. I feel sorry for your wife." Not sure if you are a New Yorker and its your accent, but it's actually "You've" with an "e" at the end.

    I just wanted to point those errors out before P.I. Mom told you that your spelling and grammar skills "OFFEND" her. Also, I'm here all week in case you need help with your homework.

    * * *

    Ms. Anonymous, yes, my wife is a wonderful woman. She's shown great fortitude as she's learned English at night for the past three years. Not sure you could call her a saint, but she does live her life as Jesus described in Matthew 5:1–12:

    Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
    Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.
    Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the earth.
    Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled.
    Blessed are the merciful, for they will receive mercy.
    Blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God.
    Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.
    Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness'sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
    Blessed are you when people revile you and persecute you and utter all kinds of evil against you falsely on my account. Rejoice and be glad, for your reward is great in heaven, for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you.

    Now for her to become a Saint with a capital "S" it would take a few steps for canonization. There are roughly nine steps:

    1. Usually between 5 and 50 years after a would-be saint's death, a formal request made to consider person as saint. The group making the request, called the Actor Causae, consists of people from the candidate's church and community, and the request is directed to the bishop of the diocese where the person died. The request includes testimony of the person's exceptional virtue and dedication to God.

    2. The bishop decides whether the evidence is compelling enough to take it to Rome. If so, he asks the Congregation for the Causes of Saints for permission to open the cause.

    3. If permission is granted, the bishop opens a tribunal and calls witnesses to attest to the quality of the person's public life. The person must be shown to have been virtuous, devout, religious, and characterized by love, kindness, prudence and other virtues (concrete examples are required). Miracles are not necessary at this point, but they are recorded if mentioned. If the person passes this step, he or she is called a Servant of God.

    4. The bishop sends a report to Rome, where it is translated into Italian. This step is called the Apostolic Process.

    5. A summary called the Positio is presented to the Congregation for the Causes of Saints.

    6. Nine theologians scrutinize the evidence and documentation. If majority pass it, goes to Congregation.

    7. If they approve, the Prefect of the Congregation authorizes person to be called Venerable.

    8. If any miracles are reported (which qualify the person for beatification or canonization), the Prefect presents the cause to the pope to decide. Canonization is considered a function of papal infallibility, as it is important that believers venerate and pray to only those who are actually in heaven.

    9. The pope declares beatification or canonization at a special Mass in the saint's honor.

    But thank you for the support. Juanita truly is a wonderful woman.

    * * *

    Mr. McDaniels, thank you for the compliment. Did you know that song has never been studio recorded by Jimmy Buffet? Yes, it appears as a live version, but has never been recorded in a studio. How awesome is that! So, I appreciate the kind words in calling me a rare breed. It's only because of the teachings of the Good Book that I have become the man I am today.

    * * *

    And to you Mr. McBlogsalot, my friend you are an asshole. Nobody messes with cheeseburgers in paradise and gets away with it. You're lucky I can't find your real identity by mousing over your hit-counter.

  • At 6:42 PM, December 20, 2005, Blogger P.I. Mom said…

    im·be·cile (n)
    1. A stupid person; a dolt.
    2. A person whose mental acumen is well below par.
    3. A person of moderate to severe mental retardation having a mental age of from three to seven years and generally being capable of some degree of communication and performance of simple tasks under supervision.

    Well, you've done it - you get the award for being the most arrogant, self absorbed, moronic "commenter" I've ever had. You truly are an idiot and a jerk. Normally I would delete comments that contain profanity, but "Buddy's" comment was just too true.

    Raking anyone who doesn't agree with you over the coals, once again, just proves everyone else here right about you. Do you honestly think that posting a mile-long comment about nothing makes you look smart? You're an idiot - and nobody cares.
    Oh - if you weren't such a clear and obvious im·be·cile (see definition above in case I've lost you), I would be offended by the implication that I could have EVER been married to someone as infantile, arrogant and obnoxious as you.
    Third time is a charm, pal - don't feel bad because you had to find someone who couldn't understand you in order to get yourself another wife.

  • At 9:48 AM, December 21, 2005, Anonymous Pablo said…

    Porqué lo haga usted escoger en mi grande dirige. Él era simplemente diciéndole que usted fuera incorrecto y que la traición no es deslealtad. Usted debe leer más libros. Él nos da muchos libros. Tengo gusto especialmente del Dr. Seuss. Él también nos enseña sobre Jesús Cristo nuestro señor y salvador. Todo lo que usted lo hace es se queja como una mujer. Usted debe apenas permanecer en la cocina y cocinar. Un cierto día usted conseguirá elegante y aprenderá más. Hasta entonces rellene una galleta en su boca y cerrada para arriba.

  • At 1:46 PM, December 21, 2005, Anonymous James said…

    Whoa, second2none...chill out. There is no need to go on this woman's blog and just rip everyone to shreds.

    It seems to me that you aren't the most perfect human either. Remember what the good book says, "Do not judge, lest you be judged." (The Bible)

    Take your kids for example. A 3.72 GPA isn't perfect. A 4.0 would be perfect. But even then, a flawless report card doesn't make one worthy in the eyes of God.

    I mean, you yourself stated that your son "sucked" at football because he just didn't have the arm to be quarterback.

    So let's be honest, we are all far from perfect. Me, you, PI mom, even the pope isn't perfect. You could even go as far as to say that we "suck" at life. So let's just calm down and try to start seeing things rationally.

    I think the world would be a lot better off if we all took a couple of minutes to say this prayer:

    Dear Lord Jesus,
    I believe You are the Son of God. I believe You came to earth 2,000 years ago. I believe you died for me on the cross and shed Your blood for my salvation. I believe you rose from the dead and ascended on high. I believe You are coming back again to earth. Dear Jesus, I am a sinner. Forgive my sin. Cleanse me now with Your precious blood. Come into my heart. Save my soul right now. I give you my life. I receive You now as my Savior, my Lord, and my God. I am Yours forever, and I will serve You and follow You the rest of my days. From this moment on, I belong to You only. I no longer belong to this world, nor to the enemy of my soul. I belong to You, and I am born again.

  • At 5:08 PM, December 21, 2005, Blogger P.I. Mom said…

    For those of you who are scratching your head on Pablo's post - here is an EXACT translation of the comment...maybe it's second2none's wife...(and I said EXACT - not good)

    Reason do it you to choose in my large one directs. He was simply telling him that you were incorrect and that the treason is not disloyalty. You should read more books. He gives us many books. I have flavor especially of the Dr. Seuss. He also teaches us on Jesus Christ our mister and savior. Everything that you he causes he is he complains him as a woman. You barely should remain in the kitchen and to cook. A certain day you will obtain elegant and will learn more. Up till then fill a cracker in its mouth and closed for up.

  • At 2:05 PM, December 22, 2005, Anonymous Classy Conservative said…

    PI mom, I wanted to comment a bit on Pablo's post. First of all, I wanted to thank you for your exact translation. I think that reading the exact translation of another language can give some important insights into the intentions of the author.

    However, it can be helpful when there is someone fluent in the other language to help wade through the words and phrases that might be "lost in translation."

    To that end, I wanted to add my two cents to this interesting thread and give a more colloquial translation of what Pablo was trying to express.

    In my opinion, the thoughts that Pablo was trying to convey are as follows:

    "Why are you insulting my great boss? He was simply trying to let you know that you were incorrect and that treason is not synonymous with disloyalty. You should read more books. [Second2nonedad] gives us many books. I especially like Dr. Seuss. He also teaches us about Jesus Christ, our lord and savior. All that you do is typical of a woman. (Alt. trans. All you do is because you are a woman) You should stay in the kitchen and cook. Maybe one day, you will become more sophisticated and learn a bit more. But until that day you should stick a cookie in your mouth and shut up."

    Just thought this might help with continuing discussion.

    Until next time...stay classy.


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