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2841  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Microsoft Just Accused Me of Being Anti-Competitive! on: March 06, 2007, 01:03:17 AM

Quote from: Andrew Mallon on March 05, 2007, 10:56:29 PM

And what makes this even worse is how slowly government moves compared to the business world. There won't be any tangible effect to this law next year, but ten years from now the de-facto standard for document formats used by business will have changed completely, but states will have their own byzantine requirements for documents based off the original standard. Then you'll get compliance checking, which will summarily reject documents if it is slightly out of conformance, followed by people with vested interests lobbying the state to prevent adopting new standards.

I mean this with all respect to you and Unbreakable - I don't think you know much about the formats being suggested.  I don't know a ton either but if you read the Wiki pages on it and if you read through this slashdot thread and you will learn a lot (I know it really helped me understand the situation.

One thing I will quote.

As I understand it, the big advantage of using XML in ODF (don't know about OOXML) is that you can extract the actual content of your document as XML, change it, resave it and it all renders properly (this assumes that your styles etc. are set up correctly).

For example, in theory I should be able to create an empty document that just contains all my style info, insert *all* the content with appropriate pointers to the styles I want to use, save it, and then someone else can come along, open my document and read my content in their program of choice.  If my raw content is XML (as is increasingly the case these days), I can fairly easily automate converting it to ODF format (just as I've been able to easily convert it to HTML, PDF and a bunch of other formats for a while now).  ODF then becomes a simple "container" that anyone anywhere can use without needing any proprietary tools to do so.

I can then save my content as strict XML, then render it in whatever format the user requires.  If they've got Acrobat, I'll give them a PDF file; if they've got OpenOffice or AbiWord, I'll give them an ODF doc; if they've got a Web browser, I'll give them HTML.  *This* is the big plus of open document formats in general; the actual format of the document essentially becomes unimportant, since anyone who wants to look at it can do so in their tool of choice.  If one tool is crappy, or becomes unavailable, or doesn't support e.g. Swahili, no problem - just find a different tool.

In terms of whether XML is the optimal format for this type of data in the first place, it's probably a good fit for almost all cases, as distinct from being a really great fit for only a few cases.  Depending on how you define "better", it's not hard to come up with a better format for a book than:
<title>My document</title>
<subtitle>Written by me</subtitle>
<chapter>First chapter</chapter>
<chaptertext>The quick brown fox...</chaptertext>

So 100 years from now all that has to happen is that someone submitting a document to the government uses this open standard and the government will be able to open it with whatever software they have.

As someone who has already been bitten by citizens having Office2007 and sending them to us which we can't open with Office 2003 (yes, unless we install a convert by MS.  I know we can do it, but should we have to?), I can say that I really, really would love an open standards law. 
2842  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Microsoft Just Accused Me of Being Anti-Competitive! on: March 05, 2007, 05:06:32 PM

Quote from: unbreakable on March 05, 2007, 04:21:36 PM

My main beef is having legislation decide what document formats a product should use.  Because we all know what a great job the government is doing legislating everything else, especially stuff they have complete control over (like air traffic control, law enforcement, etc).

I see it more as the government deciding that household voltage should be 110.  How would you like it if when you moved to a new apartment you had to buy all new appliances because that complex uses different voltages?

The government is forcing what voltage should be used in all appliances but they are not forcing you to buy a JVC tv.   
2843  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Microsoft Just Accused Me of Being Anti-Competitive! on: March 05, 2007, 02:07:50 PM
As a lowly city employee I am in favor of this kind of legislation. 

It in no way shape or form hurts MS because MS could simply make Word open/edit/save in that format.  It can already do .txt, .rft, and about 10 other ones from the drop down list. 

If Word is so great then offices will continue to use it to make their ODF files.   However by using an open format if someone wants to use something else they can. 

In the ODF scenario everybody wins.  Word lovers continue to use it because they enjoy the rich features, those that don't have the money can get a free program, and those that just hate the whole standards thing can just ignore it smile 

2844  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Steampunk Starwars? on: March 03, 2007, 08:35:51 PM

Quote from: Doopri on March 03, 2007, 08:20:09 PM

okay im a pretty humongous star wars geek but this one has always gone over my head - whats the deal with "han shot first"?  ive never "read up" on it, i know it refers to the exchange with greedo in the cantina - someone please fill in the details

In the original cut of SW Han shot Greedo before Greedo could shoot him.  In the SE cut they CGed a laster blast coming from Greedo's gun before Han shoots.  I can only assume that Lucas thought shooting first made Han look like a killer rather than a lovable rouge.  It drives fans nuts because it does change a viewers perception of Han.  It drives me nuts because it is so badly done.  Greedo is aiming right at Han's chest but the shot goes over his shoulder.  Well lasers don't just angle off!  It would go straight.  However they really couldn't CG Greedo's gun to be angled so it just looks stupid. 

2845  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Worms out 3/7/07 on: March 02, 2007, 04:29:24 PM
Now with Live games like this do I need a "Gold" membership to play on line or will "Silver" do? 

2846  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: I am now officially done with Gamestop on: March 02, 2007, 04:21:28 PM

Quote from: Gratch on March 02, 2007, 03:52:33 PM

Quote from: farley2k on March 02, 2007, 03:35:29 PM

Quote from: Gratch on March 02, 2007, 03:44:57 AM

While it's ultimately their perogative in the end, good business practice says you take care of the customer that is handing you $50 over the one that might remember to come in and pick it up from their year old pre-order.  Especially the one that tells you there's a problem and they might not come back.

This particular statement I couldn't disagree with more.  Good business practice is not to screw over any customer not right there and that is what you are saying they should do.  Since the person who pre-ordered wasn't there and you were they should screw the pre-order.  That is just bad business. 

If they just got the demo in yesterday, sure.  But they've had these demos in-store for 2-3 weeks.  I would think there comes a point when you assume the pre-order people won't be coming to get them and make them available to other people.

I agree but what I was disagreeing with is the idea that it is good business to ignore the customer who pre-ordered but isn't there.  The comment seemed to say that if the customer isn't in the store - tough crap.  However the whole point of pre-orders is so customers feel secure and believe the don't have to be there right at release day. 
2847  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: I am now officially done with Gamestop on: March 02, 2007, 03:38:25 PM

Quote from: Gratch on March 02, 2007, 03:44:57 AM

And herein lies the entire problem.  This store used to care.  They used to give a shit.  And they used to take care of their customers to make sure they come back.  If I don't care about anything more than employees just being civil, then I'll go somewhere more convenient.  I always made it a point to hit this Gamestop, however, because they were better than the faceless Best Buy or Circuit City.  They're not anymore, so I won't make any effort to give them my money.

You are by far the exception.

The American consumer has spoken quite clearly by making Wal-Mart and other "big box" stores the stores they go to.  Gamestop isn't doing this in a vacuum.  They have seen very clearly where people take their dollars. 

2848  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: I am now officially done with Gamestop on: March 02, 2007, 03:35:29 PM

Quote from: Gratch on March 02, 2007, 03:44:57 AM

While it's ultimately their perogative in the end, good business practice says you take care of the customer that is handing you $50 over the one that might remember to come in and pick it up from their year old pre-order.  Especially the one that tells you there's a problem and they might not come back.

This particular statement I couldn't disagree with more.  Good business practice is not to screw over any customer not right there and that is what you are saying they should do.  Since the person who pre-ordered wasn't there and you were they should screw the pre-order.  That is just bad business. 

2849  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: How do people come up with this stuff? (NSFW) on: March 02, 2007, 03:31:18 AM
That is hilarious! 
2850  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: I am now officially done with Gamestop on: March 02, 2007, 03:28:59 AM
 I don't know, he wasn't rude or insulting.  While he didn't do what you wanted perhaps he had been told not to and felt it was important to follow instructions.

Perhaps my standards are just too low but at those stores if they are just civil my expectations have been met.  It sounds like he was civil.

2851  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Indie Game Sites? on: February 27, 2007, 02:07:19 PM
Indygamer Blog has the top 20 adventure games of 2006 here.

Some of them look interesting.  Has anyone tried any of them?
2852  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Phil Harrison the next Krazy Ken? [Negative PS3 post] on: February 26, 2007, 08:55:15 PM

Quote from: Destructor on February 26, 2007, 08:48:17 PM

I mean, I know that this guy has to keep a positive spin on things, but it seems that every time Phil opens his mouth, silly pours out.

I think you hit the nail on the head.  It is his job.  Sure it sounds silly but there is not a good way to spin the current situation.  The truth doesn't sound good "It is a great console but really lacks games right now, and it is very expensive."  He would be fired in a minute for saying that.

2853  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / MOVED: Name! This! Movie! on: February 23, 2007, 05:53:34 PM
This topic has been moved to Off-Topic.
2854  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: I am not being an ass, can i post this? on: February 22, 2007, 07:05:27 PM

Quote from: Graham on February 22, 2007, 03:54:16 AM

However, I think you missed Laner's point.  A lot of people go to the doctor when they get the slightest sniffle or get a case of the runs for a day.  There are a lot of people that go to the doctor and think that they should get some drug to solve all of their aches and pains when all they need to do is get some cough syrup and a couple days rest.  There is a big difference your situation and someone who goes to the doctor every time they have to blow their nose. 

Again, this doesn't match up with anything I have seen or read or heard about so could you point me to where you are getting that information?

A large part of the reason that health care is expensive are the uninsured who don't pay for their health care bills (including illegal aliens) and those who abuse the system.  There's more to it than the "big bad drug companies."

Now this is something I have actually heard before! smile  The problem is what do we do about it?  If the uninsured don't go to the doctor they A. spread their illness, B. end up costing more for emergency room visits.  Unless your idea is that we just don't treat them at all.  An idea which I think has its own drawbacks.

2855  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: I am not being an ass, can i post this? on: February 22, 2007, 07:00:19 PM

Quote from: Destructor on February 22, 2007, 03:18:00 PM

The problem is that those with free insurance (for the poor), go to the doctor a lot more than the rest of the working population does (as, well, they're working all the time). They're the ones putting a nice strain on the rest of the medical care industry, as everything is paid for by the taxpayers in the end.

That and AHCSS (or whatever the insurance is called in your state for the ones who have no money) pays for WAY too much stuff, IMHO. There should be a drastic difference between basic health care (the cheap stuff) verses the health care we working people have via insurance. Unfortunately, from what I've seen, the insurance for the poor tends to pay for more different types of medications (and without insane $60-80 and up copay costs) than everyone else gets.

Any data to back up those claims?  They don't match up with anything I have heard or read about the health care crisis in the US so I would love to see where you are getting this from. 

2856  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Current gen power consumption on: February 22, 2007, 02:02:49 PM
Nice article showing power consumption of current gen consoles

Save money - buy a Wii!

2857  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: I am not being an ass, can i post this? on: February 22, 2007, 01:40:16 AM

Quote from: Laner on February 21, 2007, 06:08:05 PM

Again, it comes down to taking responsibility for your own health care, doing your own research, and not taking the doctor/insurance's word as law.  But I guess it's easier for some to just whine that the government should take care of all your problems, so you don't have to actually, you know, *think*.

As someone who had a child with a life threatening illness - I think you are simplifying the situation almost to absurdity.  Actually it was a bit more than that - at my son's last follow-up the doctor joked he had seen my son before he was alive.  He came out in a state of cardiac arrest and was (again in the doctor's words) not just blue but almost black.

This "personal responsibility" mantra is great for a lot of health care decisions but is not really useful for an equal amount..  There is no way I could be expect to have the medical knowledge needed to make any kind of "responsible" decision about my son's condition.  There is no way an elderly person should be expected to research all their possible treatment options, or family members when they are deciding the fate of a person whose life is at risk.

It is just absurd. 

Trying to turn this into an individuals fault for not knowing enough is just stupid.
2858  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / GoW 2 already on warez sites on: February 21, 2007, 05:35:27 PM
I usually don't post stuff like this because we have been over the piracy thing a lot but I just wanted to bitch.

I had no idea what the release date for GoW (God of War - not that acronym stealing Gears of Whoopie smile) 2 but since reviews were popping up like flies I figured it must be this week.  I was puzzled by the lack of it in lists of this week's releases here and at EvilAvatar but I figured it must be next week....but no it isn't until 3/13! 

Since I was curious I did a quick check of some sites which list what is available from warez and sure enough the game is there!  So again pirates can get the game weeks before legit users.  That is just annoying. 

Even more annoying is the fact that they released it to reviewers.  Part of me thinks they deserve the lost sales.  Even if the game is done it shouldn't be released to reviewers weeks before it hits the shelves.  It reduces launch day hype because they reviews have been out there for weeks, and it (obviously) gives pirates more time to get the game.  Why would they do that?

Just another way honest users/consumers get screwed.

2859  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Why no internet radio on the 360? on: February 20, 2007, 09:39:35 PM
It sounds like I will be downloading Tversity tonight. smile

2860  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Why no internet radio on the 360? on: February 20, 2007, 07:55:42 PM
I have a modded Xbox that lets me do internet radio, so why haven't they built that into the 360?  It is on-line, so all they have to do is make an app (or part of the media "blade") which lets you put in URLs and plays them.  Is there something difficult about this that I don't get?
2861  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Live Arcade Title for 2/21 is..... on: February 20, 2007, 07:50:55 PM
Since there are no releases this week and this thread is clearly not about Live Arcade anymore I am locking this thread.  This can be brought up again in Everything but Gaming if anyone still wants to continue the discussion.

BTW I appreciate everyone keeping it civil and having a discussion rather than a fight.  It just isn't a discussion for Console Gaming.
2862  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Comic books are WAY too expensive on: February 16, 2007, 08:53:35 PM
Trade Paperbacks that is the term! 

I have no doubt this will be put out in TP and sold for cheaper than I could get each one individually.

It was a pretty great comic though.  I think I will try to find it in a few months when it comes out in TP.
2863  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Comic books are WAY too expensive on: February 16, 2007, 08:16:48 PM
Talk about sticker shock.  I read this review on Evil Avatar and thought about picking up Shazam.  I liked the art style and the story seemed neat but $6 for a comic book?  I must be out of touch because that seems way, way too high.  Especially since it is a 1 of 4 run which means I bet it comes out in a book with all 4 (can't remember what they are called).

I feel sort of bad but I stopped by the local comic book store and was able to read the whole thing in like 3 minutes  (lots of art style but not a lot of dialogue).  I do think I will buy it when the whole collection is out but I cannot imagine paying that much per book.

2864  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Thinking about getting a MAC on: February 16, 2007, 01:54:32 PM
I would be a MAC user if I didn't play games.  I think the OS is great.  It is easy to use, clean, fast and crashes less.  Of course the downsides are that everything is more expensive for the MAC.  Since there are not the free range of hardware vendors Apple charges more for everything. 

To be fair though, from what you say you use the PC for they would probably both be equally good and you can get a PC for a lot less.  I helped my mother in law buy one from Dell a few months ago and it came to around $400 for the PC, monitor and a free printer!  You can't get a MAC for that much.  Sure it wasn't top of the line fast but you don't need that to do office apps, Internet and email. 

2865  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: US Military tells Jack Bauer: Cut out the torture.. or else! on: February 15, 2007, 09:57:24 PM

Quote from: Autistic Angel on February 15, 2007, 05:30:20 PM

Despite the article's title including the "...or else!" part, I can't find any indication that he threatened or pressured anyone in that article.  What I see here is career military man, charged with teaching the rules of warfare at West Point, voicing his concern about how he sees the glorification of torture affecting the attitudes of the recruits.  He is not only an American citizen, but one who is in a unique position to see what's looming on the minds of our young servicemen.  I'm having trouble thinking of any reason why he shouldn't be allowed to speak his piece.

For the sake of conversation, let's assume for a moment that he is acting inappropriately by "speaking out" against 24 ("speaking out" being defined as "having a private meeting with the creators of the show").  How is that different from the news commentators and political pundits who frequently laud the series on a national level?  I have not seen anyone on these forums getting upset when a nationally syndicated columnist cites the series as "what could be our prophetic and imminent future, with a nuclear device exploding in major cities," or a radio personality refers to it as "a national referendum" on whether or not torture is okay, yet now we're all outraged because a military general is troubled by those same themes? 

If Laura Ingraham, Glenn Beck, and Cal Thomas are allowed to hold up Jack Bauer as the embodiment of how things should be done -- and they certainly are allowed to share their opinions -- then clearly Brigadier General Patrick Finnegan is permitted to share his personal experiences with how those ideas are starting color the attitudes our military recruits.  And frankly, if he's even a little bit correct, he has a rather urgent responsibility to let us all know about it.

-Autistic Angel

2866  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: US Military tells Jack Bauer: Cut out the torture.. or else! on: February 15, 2007, 09:54:41 PM

Quote from: Brendan on February 15, 2007, 05:38:41 PM

Quote from: ScubaV on February 15, 2007, 05:34:54 PM

Unbreakable, you're assuming I condone torture.  When you said "it's promoting the illusion of it being an effective method of getting information." it just made me curious as to what would make you arrive at such a conclusion, hence my post.

Leaving aside the moral and ethical issues of committing torture (which is a repugnant act), yes, there is evidence that it is not effective.  Researchers - both civilian and military - believe it be an ineffective way to gain intelligence.

Given recent events in American history, there is a large body of recent press on the subject.  For example:


Dang you beat me to it. 

Just a quick google search on "does torture work" gives more that enough information to conclude it doesn't.

Of course the real way to get intel is boring analysis and spending a long time getting into the groups.  Both of which make very, very dull shows - especially when Jack only has one day to get it done!
2867  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Best/Worst Game Rental Service? on: February 14, 2007, 09:46:39 PM
I think it is time to join a game rental service.

I am a sucker for new games but I am a slow gamer so it takes me a long time to finish games.  Couple that with a short attention span and I hardly ever finish a game. So I get a game based on hype, reviews, etc. play for a bit lose interest, get another game based on hype, play a bit .....round and round. Since I don't have a lot of money I tend to finance those new game purchases by trading in games I haven't even finished! However I often want to go back to games months later when there is a dry spell and I end up purchasing games again! 

This is not a good situation.  It seems like a rental service would be perfect.  I get new games, play them a bit, send them back with the forum effect pulls me to a new game, then I can get them again later if I get the yen.  For example I am having an urge to finish Resident Evil 4, but I traded it a long time ago.  If I had a membership to a rental service I would be able to just get it!  I still have my saved games after all so I wouldn't even have to start from scratch.

So, long explanation for simple question - have you used a game rental service and do you like them?  What ones are good, which are bad?  Oh, and who is the cheapest?
2868  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Favorite All Time Games on: February 14, 2007, 07:35:50 PM
Too hard - but here are some favorites I didn't see listed yet.

Tex Murphy - All of 'em!
Legend of Zelda - Wind Waker
Twinsen's Odyssey: Little Big Adventure
Tron 2.0
Half Life 2
The Journeyman Project 3: Legacy of Time

2869  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: New for Xbox Live Arcade this week! YOU GUESSED IT! on: February 14, 2007, 04:48:56 PM
I think others have summed it up well. 

Any release date on Catan or Worms?
2870  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Level 5s first DS game on: February 13, 2007, 09:33:11 PM
An adventure game called "Professor Layton"  I can't read Japanesse but I love the look and I love Level 5.

2871  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: NSFW: God of War 2 sex minigame on: February 13, 2007, 02:39:32 PM

Quote from: ATB on February 13, 2007, 02:12:50 PM

That sex mini game was pretty stupid, but it was so brief that it has hardly detracted from the amazing game that GoW is.

If you thought the one in GoW was stupid I think you will be even more impressed with this one. 

It is kinda funny.  I can usually ignore how juvenile these games are and just have fun, but this mini game just ruins my suspension of disbelief.  Not belief in the game world, but the belief that this is aimed at anything but teen boys.

I mean come on

Spoiler for Hiden:
A peeing statue that "squirts" funny when Kratos is coming?  That is just so 12 year olds snickering that I can barely stand it.
2872  Non-Gaming / Trading Forum / FS/FT: LoZ: TP (wii version), Yggdra Union (gba), Final Fantasy 5 (gba) on: February 10, 2007, 06:59:04 PM
I am looking for Final Fantasy 6 and Hotel Dusk : Room 251.  Since those are rather new I am also willing to sell any of the games I have.

ToZ:TP - $35.00
FF5 - $25
YU - $20

Or PM me offers.  I will consider anything.

2873  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: [PS3] Virtua Fighter 5 Impressions on: February 09, 2007, 09:09:48 PM

Quote from: Kevin Grey on February 08, 2007, 03:13:45 PM

I'm not exactly a fighting game expert but everything I've heard about is that the mechanics are far more precise in VF4 (don't know about Tekken) to survive *any* latency or lag through online play.  As Destructor said above, you are making reactions literally on the timing of one frame of animation.  If they went to the trouble of coding it (which requires a lot of extra time and resources), they would likely just have everyone bitching about broken it was. 

How many frames does someone stay in your sights in Unreal Tournament? 
2874  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: GT HT/Gaming Setups [56k Warning] on: February 09, 2007, 02:52:51 PM

Quote from: Knightshade Dragon on February 09, 2007, 01:53:27 PM

Quote from: Laner on February 09, 2007, 01:36:30 PM

Quote from: Knightshade Dragon on February 09, 2007, 12:24:23 PM

Ahhh, somebody else who bought the Dragon edition of Ultima 9. 
Ha ha - you wasted your money on a lame collector's edition

(so did I slywink )

Rounds out my collection of Ultima titles.  I should ebay the damned things while they are still worth something.

Is Ultima 9 really worth something?  If so I am headed over to ebay!
2875  Non-Gaming / Trading Forum / [sold] 2 gig USB thumb drive on: February 08, 2007, 08:50:58 PM
I bought this off newegg for $20 but don't need it.  Between the restocking fee and the shipping it seems like I would be better of just selling it myself.

So new and unopen - $20 (includes shipping)

Here is the newegg link so you can see all the specs

PM me if interested.
2876  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Wii going Mature... on: February 08, 2007, 08:20:12 PM

The fact that a game where you suffocate a person with a plastic bag on camera to improve ratings of a television show is considered "mature" may be a strong reason to actually see gaming as a very immature hobby.

Honestly when parents or co-workers ask about gaming do people say "Well it is really a mature hobby.  In Manhunter you stab people with jagged glass for a TV show!"

2877  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: awesome Stranglehold Podcast, and a free PS3 on: February 08, 2007, 07:39:14 PM
Welcome to the forums. 

2878  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / MOVED: CMT classwork help <--college help on: February 08, 2007, 07:04:34 PM
This topic has been moved to Hardware / Software Hell.
2879  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Tivo rolls out movie and TV show downloads! (woot?) on: February 07, 2007, 06:48:15 PM

Quote from: Kobra on February 07, 2007, 05:25:45 PM

Now this is what I am excited about!  Downloads on the PC are fine, but I want them on the TV.  $1.99 a rental?  Sign me up!

Sign me down! (or something clever)

I pay $10 a month for Netflix and I can get two a week if I time my shipping correctly, so it doesn't save me any money *and* they are using my bandwidth which I pay for to get the movies to me!  At least Netflix pays the shipping.
2880  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Zelda TP - not feeling the love (spoilers) on: February 07, 2007, 03:34:34 AM
Finally finished.  That ending was just....well dumb.  I think the silliest thing was that Minda becomes this busty baby...unlike all the other inhabitants of the twilight light realm. ??? Why? Doe the game really need sex appeal?

Anyway, unlike WW I am just happy to be done with TP. 

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