Reason TV Replay: Remy's Why They Fought

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This Veterans Day, let's remind ourselves what we are fighting for.

Here is the original text from the March 24, 2011 Reason TV video:

As American warplanes patrol the skies of Libya and American boots continue to keep the peace in Afghanistan, Iraq, Korea, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, Spain, Cuba, the Netherland Antilles, and more than 140 other countries, the international Interwebs recording sensation Remy unveils this timely song reminding all of us back on the home front about why they fight now. And why they fought then.

"Why They Fought" is the first of a series of collaborations between Remy and Reason.tv. To watch Remy's other videos, go to http:youtube.com/goremy

Download the mp3, get lyrics, and related links at http://reason.tv, the video channel for Reason magazine and https://reason.com

Music written and performed by Remy. Video produced by Austin and Meredith Bragg.

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  1. “And especially from Four Loko!”

    I looked up this up earlier to show a friend.

    1. I looked up this up

      That reminds me. I have to take out the garbage out later.

      1. OK, so I can’t type today…

        1. It’s funny ’cause it’s true.

    2. I mentioned this way down in another thread yesterday, but it deserves to be mentioned again.

      On another board, somebody suggested we should shake a veteran’s hand or visit a memorial, so I responded:

      My father had 18 months taken out of his life thanks to the peacetime draft. I’ll thank him for keeping missiles from getting stolen by the Ernst Stavro Blofelds of the world from White Sands.

      It’s mostly true (Dad was drafted in ’61 and spent 18 months at White Sands missile range, NM; but I don’t think the Blofeld part is quite true). The military fellators didn’t appreciate it, however.

  2. Jesus Christ the Giants are fucking terrible.

    1. They fought and died so Eli and the Giants could miraculously win two Super Bowls despite being a terrible team both years.

      1. I want the Bengals to score several more touchdowns. I want the Giants’ embarrassment to be complete and total. They’re lucky they aren’t playing in the Meadowlands or they might get scalped.

    2. Yeah. But now I just pick NYG in the Bigorati Pick’em league. This way Eli suffers with me. Fuck you, Eli. Who’s a sad bobblehead, today?

  3. So relationship thread: given the critical shortage of female libertarians, how do I deal with the fact that the girl I most recently went out with is skeptical of starting a relationship with me because I’m a libertarian? I was really shocked when after having a wonderful first date she texted me saying she wasn’t sure if she could date a libertarian because she thinks it would bother her to be with someone she disagreed with on a lot of issues. We didn’t even discuss politics at all and I only mentioned voting for Johnson. And for the record I still like her a lot for a variety of reasons.

    1. If she can’t separate the personal from the political, you don’t want to date her. It will keep coming up. Just her texting you (like a coward) after a good date screams BAD IDEA.

      You’re young, there is time. Don’t force things.

    2. Chicks don’t care about your politics. Sounds like she was looking for an excuse.

    3. Since you only mentioned you voted for Johnson, I would assume she has serious preconceptions about libertarianism. You’ve got 2 choices: skip out and find somebody who agrees/doesn’t care OR try to address the issue by inviting her to a dinner to talk politics over good food and wine.

      I find most people who don’t trust libertarians, do so because they don’t understand the motivations.

      1. “I find most people who don’t trust libertarians, do so because they don’t understand the motivations.”

        I think you’re being a little too generous here. I find most people don’t trust libertarians because they either don’t know shit about libertarianism, or they’re immoral assholes who understand your position, but are contemptuous of you for your “crypto-fascism”.

        1. Fair enough, but but I’m going to give her a little credit.

          1. As the chair of the HI LP, I keep finding myself explaining what libertarianism is to liberals, after which they usually say something like: “Well, hell, why isn’t everyone a libertarian?”

            FWIW, every woman I’ve had a relationship started out a modern liberal.

            1. FWIW, every woman I’ve had a relationship started out a modern liberal.

              I’m an atheist and most of the women I dated (way back when) were Catholic. I could really pick some lulus too. One of them called me up less than 6 months after I went out with her (maybe twice?), told me she had gotten married, was thinking about getting rid of him, and was I interested?

              Yikes.

              1. What sense of “getting rid of him” was she referring to?

                1. Double tap.

                2. What sense of “getting rid of him” was she referring to?

                  I took her as meaning “divorce” when she said “getting rid” of him. I told her, “No thanks, I don’t need a husband.”

            2. I agree with pf. She probably doesn’t know what a libertarian is. Confront her with it and splain it to her. If she truly doesn’t want to be around you after that, scrape it off, man. You don’t want that shit.

              There are libertarian women out there. You just gotta look harder. It’s worth the wait. I married one and most all her friends are libertarian leaning, even if they don’t realize it.

      2. You’ve got 2 choices: skip out and find somebody who agrees/doesn’t care OR try to address the issue by inviting her to a dinner to talk politics over good food and wine.

        That’s actually what I’ll be doing tomorrow. By her own admission she doesn’t know much about libertarianism. According to her, her uncle is the only libertarian she knows and she doesn’t agree with him on anything and that’s why she’s concerned with me.

        But she agreed to hear my side of it, so that’s good, right?

        1. Only if she is paying.

        2. Hopefully her uncle didn’t ask her to sit on his lap all the time. If so, you’re screwed.

        3. Also keep in mind, as demonstrated on HNR, different people can have very different ideas of what it means to be a libertarian. Here uncle could be an anarchist or a paleo-libertarian, there’s a lot of room in between.

          1. Or a cosmo and she now associates libertarianism with vegans and laberdoodles. Sigh. She was just look for a man, guys, how hard could that be.

          2. And god knows those anarchists are fucked up.

        4. Her Uncle could be a DONDEROOO-type libertarian, in which case her distaste is understandable.

        5. According to her, her uncle is the only libertarian she knows and she doesn’t agree with him on anything and that’s why she’s concerned with me.

          Uncle… libertarian… doesn’t agree with him… Uh-oh. Does this girl have a degree from VCU?

        6. She just became the dom in the partnership now that you have a flaw you must answer for. You should bring a strap on for her to fuck you with to.

    4. The only girlfriend I was able to convert turned out to be a mendacious, duplicitous bitch. If she doesn’t seem the type, I guess you could try to explain, but if she’s hung up on being politically compatible with her boyfriend, your best bet’s probably to say, “fuck this shit,” and move on.

      1. The only thing I really know about her political beliefs is that she’s big on the gay rights thing, which I’m totally cool with.

        Other than that she’s got a heart of gold, she spends most of her free time volunteering to help autistic kids. Hopefully the org she works for doesn’t get government funding.

        1. With decent women, a basic, non-confrontation explanation (to the ones that insisted on knowing where my political loyalties lay) was usually sufficient.

          I’m militant here and with people I’m not close to, but I’d only reveal enough to assuage my conquest’s fears, and that’s it.

          From the way you’re describing her, she doesn’t seem like the type to abandon ship over disagreements about stem cell research, or some such shit.

          And I don’t mean to be insensitive, but it’ll also matter whether you’re just trying to get her into your bed, or whether you’re pursuing a relationship. The former’s obviously much easier to get.

          1. I’m interested in dating and seeing if it leads into a real relationship. I mean we may or may not click, but we had such a nice first date I don’t want to give up over what’s probably a misunderstanding.

            I think as long as she knows I’m not of the “fuck the poor” mentality, we’ll be okay.

        2. “My real passion is my hobby.”

          “Oh? What is that?”

          “I work with retards.”

            1. It left out the funniest line in that exchange:

              “Um, isn’t that a little politically incorrect?”

              “Tell hell with that, no one’s going to tell me who I can and can’t work with, right?”

              Which incidentally is a libertarian sentiment.

              1. I couldn’t remember the exact line or I would have included it in my first comment. Thanks!

      2. Chicks don’t care about your politics.
        If they do it is something else.

    5. Shit I’m seeing a former Americorps volunteer tonight. But lets be honest, waiting to meet a female libertarian is only a slightly worse dating strategy than being a Trekkie nerd who doesn’t attend conventions.

      1. You make a good point there most guys never get: Go places and do things that will put you in the company of the kind of women you are looking for.

        IOW, if you like shallow, alcoholic women, go to dance bars.

    6. It sounds like this chick is trouble — and a modern liberal — and not all that into you. If somehow it is ONLY the middle thing, and she actually does dig you, start listing off all the things that, from the liberal perspective, make you seem like a far-left radical:

      1) favor legalizing all drugs

      2) favor legalizing prostitution

      3) favor ending all the foreign wars

      etc.

      1. I would avoid #2.

        And, if she’s an Obama voter, #1 and #3 are pretty confrontational to her beliefs as well.

        Personally, I don’t vote, so if people ask I tell them “I don’t vote” and if pressed I will say that both parties suck and neither of them will change the US for the better. Most people will agree with that.

        I don’t drop the L-word or A-word or mention anything about markets.

    7. Maybe she doesn’t vote for Johnson, if you know what I’m saying…

      1. Well done, Bosco

        1. Hehe.
          so is “I voted for Johnson” what they’re calling it now?

            1. NTTAWWT, but no

          1. Just what the ladies are calling it… Guys refer to it as “being Libertarian with him [Johnson] this time”.

      2. If so then I’m going to have to be “change she can believe in”, if you know what I’m saying…

        1. It means she’s a lesbian.

    8. We’re libertarians. What do we get in exchange for giving you relationship advice?

      As for my advice, have you tried being gay?

    9. She’s a stupid whore. Thank her for letting you know this at the outset and move on.

      1. Trust “Uncle Warty”.

        1. Now it makes sense.

      2. Dear Sir:

        I sent you the $3.50 you requested, but still have yet to receive a newsletter. I trust that it has been lost in the mail? Please advise.

        Sincerely,
        Trespassers Willbeshot

      3. We don’t know if she’s a whore yet, offer her some money first.

    10. Text back:

      Fuck off, Slaver!

    11. You just win her over the way libertarians win over all women.

      Works on progressive women as well as conservative women.

    12. Just explain to her that you prefer persuasion to coercion whenever possible, and it’s usually possible if you’re willing to accept some shittiness as the price for peace and respect.

      World peace starts at home, look at how polarized the country has become as the government has gotten bigger and more intrusive, etc. etc.

    13. True story: I’m 34 and loving politics more than ever. Why, you ask? I’ll tell you another true story: I was approached by a beautiful 20-year-old girl outside of a rock show about 8 months ago. I was all, “Holy shit, Omnipotent One, you’re fucking kidding me,” and He/She/It was like, “nope.” And it began. One fine afternoon, after an excellent workout in her campus apartment, I look out the window and see a Ron Paul sign hanging from somebody’s window. “Oh, cool,” I say. “No, so retarded!” she responds. 8 months later, her post-workout conversations of choice usually involve asking me to set her straight on a new common political misconception…like, “Okay, so tell me again why the Lincoln-worship irritates you so badly…”, etc. She came to me hating everything with an R after it because of her NeoCon daddy. A few months with me, and she hates everything with a D just as much, and can be found saying things to her college sophomore friends such as, “No, really. You just don’t get it. Real libertarians have thought everything through much further than anyone else.”

      My point: REAL CHANGE STARTS IN THE BEDROOM. Keep your fucking mouth shut about who you voted for until AFTER you’ve brought her ultimate sexual pleasure. Not the other way around. You’re doing it wrong.

  4. If the Jets pull some kind of Timmah miracle on the Seahawks I am going to break my fucking TV and then go down to CenturyLink and start beating Jets fans up.

    1. I want to see Tebow do the same thing this year that he did with the Broncos last year. I want him to pull some 4th quarter act of God miracle to beat the Broncos in the first round of the playoffs. The tears of the Manning worshipers in the media would be wonderful.

      1. I like the Manning hate, but I don’t like seeing a team form NYC win.

        1. The Jets would just lose in the next round anyway. They would get theirs. But watching them destroy Manning would be worth any temporary happiness in New York.

      2. It would be even better if the Tebow-led Jets beat the Steelers again.

    2. Bring a tomahawk. For me.

    3. I guess we’re all lucky the Jets stunk today.

    1. Jill Kelley is in the murder-drone industry.

      1. She works for the Department of State. So the FBI was tipped by the Executive branch.

        1. Isn’t the FBI part of the Executive branch?

          1. I thought that as soon as I hit “submit”.

            State has a lot more appointees.
            The FBI has only one, I think.

    2. Petraeus broke the golden rule, never stick it in crazy.

      1. see below. Once you are married, your choices are ugly, sleezy, crazy or some combination. The woman in question is not ugly and not just a sleezy whore. That that leaves crazy.

    3. Question for the journalists on here. Isn’t fucking the subject of your biography a breach of journalistic ethics?

      1. “journalistic ethics”

        lol… good one

        1. Yeah. It never gets old does it?

      2. Uh. Journalistic ethics? What is this you speak of? In all honesty, though. Its a great strategy for him, as long as he can keep it up until the book goes to print.

        1. She was just looking for a large advance.

  5. GOLDEN HANDS

  6. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/new…..ction.html

    So Petreus got caught because the crazy woman that he was two timing his wife with hacked his email to send threats to the woman he was two timing her with. Oh the irony of a married mistress complaining about her married b/f’s infidelity with a third.

    That is the problem with cheating on your wife. Most of the women who are willing to go for another woman’s husband, especially if they are hot and have other options, are nuts. I know there is no sexy like crazy sexy. But it is always going to end with a restraining order or a boiled bunny.

    1. I feel for Broadwells husband. Oh you’re the guy who’s wife was boinking the 4 star.

      1. Yeah so do I. And he has a couple of small kids. Part of me would want to totally destroy her as the whore she is. But you have to think of your kids. It doesn’t do your kids any good to be known as the “oh your mom is the one who was fucking the four star”. She really is a cheap fucking whore. It is one thing to have an affair with someone who is unknown. But to have an affair with someone that well known is to drag your entire family into the tabloids. It is totally selfish and disgusting.

        1. If he was the one who wrote the NYTs Ethicist he fucking deserves it.

          1. Yeah. It is a problem. The guy is the head of the CIA and has official security. So you can’t just go over and kick his ass. So what do you do? I think I would have hacked my wife’s email and collected the most embarrassing shit I could find. You know there has to be some truly humiliating shit in there. Then I would have called up his wife and we would have both gone on Dr. Phil as aggrieved spouses. I would have humiliated and shamed that rat bastard so bad he would have moved to Mongolia to avoid showing his face.

            1. I have to think that if you explained yourself to the security detail, they’d check you for weapons, take any you had and then give you a one minute head start.

              1. It might be worth some time in jail. When you attacked him it would be funny to hear him try to explain why some radiologist in suburban DC wants to kick his ass.

            2. OK, yeah fine. But, come on, you cannot look at a photo of his wife and not have a little shred of sympathy for him.

              1. Petreus? Sure right up until he started nailing someone else’s wife. That was inexcusable.

      2. I don’t, at least not if that letter in New York magazine was really from him. The only emotion I can muster for anyone who would consider suffering his wife’s infidelity in silence for “the good of the country” is utter contempt.

        1. Yeah, that is pretty pathetic.

    2. That is the problem with cheating on your wife. Most of the women who are willing to go for another woman’s husband, especially if they are hot and have other options, are nuts. I know there is no sexy like crazy sexy. But it is always going to end with a restraining order or a boiled bunny.

      As much as it pains me to have to admit John nailed anything, I’m gonna call this the threadwinner.

  7. A lifetime after shooting down the Red Baron, Canada’s forgotten First World War ace Roy Brown honoured in his hometown

    1. I thought the jury was still out on who really shot down the Red Baron.

      Brown got the kill, but I watched a documentary saying that Aussie troops on the ground may have mortally wounded him with rifle fire.

      1. I have heard that too. Oh well, anyone who had the balls to go up in those planes in combat deserves the benefit of the doubt.

      2. I think he shot the plane, but nobody knew if he died on the landing.
        The aussie theory is the most likely given what we know.

      3. I thought the jury was still out on who really shot down the Red Baron.

        You mean it wasn’t Snoopy?

  8. she texted me saying she wasn’t sure if she could date a libertarian because she

    is afraid of what her friends might say.

    1. “My god, do you know how hypocritical they are? They drive on ROADZ, after all.”

    2. Chicks don’t care about your politics.
      Peer pressure problems would’ve come later.

    3. But I thought the size of my top hat and monocle was nature’s way of showing my dominance.

      1. My personal take: if you really like her, find out how she feels about the most basic libertarian principles. Does she think the state should provide for everyone from cradle to grave and loot the wealthy to pay for it? If that’s something she’s dead set on she needs to say hello to the curb. Or like her how she is knowing she’s horribly wrong.

        1. About 98% of the populace is OK with looting others if they think they would be a net beneficiary, though they usually go through some sort of convuluted doublethink about how THEIR favorite looting is “good government”.

          Not many people who have had the epiphany that all taxation is theft, and subjects others to fractional slavery, and is morally hideous.

  9. Remy unveils this timely song reminding all of us back on the home front about why they fight now

    As a kind of “broken windows fallacy” jobs program to pump up government spending and hide the real unemployment rate by having a bunch of jobless young men do really destructive and counterproductive things?

    1. ^^^^^^^^ I’m cynical enough to think that this is the #1 reason why we won’t see any large military cuts under a Dem administration.

  10. It didn’t even take a week after the election! Obamacare has officially kicked in. I have been wondering how my private practice colleagues (I’m an ER doc so it doesn’t affect me as much) were going to take to the new Obama world of many more Medicaid patients — where a likely requirement will soon be that you have to see a certain number of such patients to keep your license.

    The big problem with Medicaid is you have to accept what they pay, (if they pay!) and can’t ask for a penny more from the individual. So an office visit might gross your practice $18, not really enough to even cover the work of the receptionist for this patient. Private insurers will no doubt lower their reimbursements closer to this level, so that they are not “Cadillac” insurances that are heavily taxed under O-care.

    So how will doctors survive on these dramatically reduced fees? Do they give up their local practices, and rich and poor alike can go stand in line at the big clinics? We now have our answer.

    In the mail I just received a large envelope from my internist inviting me to join his “membership practice.” For the low low rate of $75 a month — $900 a year — he will still accept my insurance for actual visits, but my “membership” will allow me same day/next day appointments, twelve email conversations directly with my doc per year, and a 24-hour line where I can talk with a nurse! This, of course, has all been part of his practice up until now for no added cost. (cont)

    1. Non-members can still see him, but will need to fight for appointment times, and will get no contact outside of the actual visit (which I’m sure will also include lengthy time in the waiting room.)

      I don’t blame the internist one bit; they need to make a living, and people will definitely pay a fee to go see the doctor down the block rather than wait in the tuberculosis-laden waiting room of a big Medicaid clinic. It is a great free-market answer for people to continue to get good medical care. But thanks once again Obama, for your plan to ruin the health care most people already had, and bring everyone down to the lowest common denominator, so that a few more of your voters can have free health care.

      1. I go to an osteopath. Cash-co-pay and valid insurance means I can just walk-in.
        I rarely finish a magazine article before I see him.

        1. For now. But your osteopath is going to be under the same rules as all other docs. What you describe is the exact same way my internist has been until now.

          It just won’t be able to be like that any more for anyone. This was the big lie when O said “you like your health insurance? You can keep it!” Sure, you can keep the same insurer. But the way you get your care will never be the same again come 2014 or so.

          1. Unless the Republicans manage to take the Congress in 2014!

            1. They have the House now.

              They can repeal Obamacare. Is he going to veto every single bill?

              1. Boehner said “Obamacare is the law of the land” right after the election. It aint going anywhere.

  11. For all of you above I genuinely appreciate the input, so thank you. Basically she said that she’s cool with dating so long as she can respect my political beliefs. Since my long-term plans involve making a career out of explaining libertarian beliefs to people in palpable ways, I figure this will at least be good practice.

    1. Good luck. I have zero respect for the political beliefs of most people. Doesn’t seem to affect how we get along at all.

    2. One thing I have found works – open with “Libertarianism is a political theory that seeks to eliminate or minimize the amount of aggressive violence in society.” Most people will not condemn a person for starting there. Then I move on, “we don’t have a problem with public schools, but taking money by force to pay for them”. Also it doesn’t hurt to say I don’t know on occasion.

      A humble demeanour and focusing on the moral underpinnings goes a long way.

  12. Who are these Remy guys? I had never watched any of them, so I watched about ten seconds of this one.

    1. Remy is one guy, his videos on youtube are pretty funny if you enjoy satirical white-guy rap.

      1. Satirical rap is the ONLY rap I enjoy.

        1. Look, homie — I’m into sex, I ain’t into makin’ love, so come give me a hug.

  13. inviting me to join his “membership practice.”

    Am I wrong in thinking this sort of thing will generate more (needless) visits, just from the “Well, I’m paying for access…” mindset?

    1. Maybe, maybe not. Most people would just as soon avoid the doctor, though there are those who come to the office as part of their social life, especially the older and more lonely folks.

      I think this is just the tip of the iceberg. Don’t be surprised if you see differences at your doc’s soon like those between first class and coach — maybe even “VIP” waiting rooms with comfy furniture, fresh beverages and snacks, big-screen tv’s, etc. Over in the other room, folding chairs and old copies of Woman’s Day and Readers’ Digest Large Print.

      1. Welcome to Europe.

        Farewell, freeman’s republic. We squandered thine soul.

  14. Since my long-term plans involve making a career out of explaining libertarian beliefs to people in palpable ways, I figure this will at least be good practice.

    If you define libertarianism for her as a philosophy of “live and let live” hopefully she can be converted to benign indifference if not active participation.

  15. many more Medicaid patients — where a likely requirement will soon be that you have to see a certain number of such patients to keep your license.

    And those Medicaid patients will constitute, say, 10% of your practice and will take up 30% of your time.

  16. Alexander Hamilton, Warren Harding, F.D.R., Ike, L.B.J., Representatives Mark Souder, Chris Lee and Anthony Weiner, Senators Gary Hart, John Ensign and David Vitter. Maybe a first lady, Grace Coolidge. And now, David H. Petraeus.

    The NYTs can’t think of a philandering president since LBJ.

    Oh wait, they bury it:

    President Bill Clinton, of course, goes without saying.

    paragraph…16 or so. After the shocking scandalous rumors about Mrs. Coolidge pulling a train with the secret service detail.

    1. I seem to remember a President in the early 60s who was a noted womanizer. Does he also “go without saying” like Clinton?

    2. I smell a correction coming on. The internet seems unaware that:

      Mrs. Coolidge was widely rumored to have running liaisons with Secret Service agents.

      Scandal!

      Hell, Eleanor Roosevelt was “widely rumored” to have sex with Negros and her own biographer claims she had a long term lesbian relationship with Lorena Hickock

  17. Interview with Paula Broadwell from this past March in which she says got a “peek” into Petraeus’ personal side

  18. Natalie Khawam, Jill Kelley’s twin sister, is an attorney who specializes in whistleblower lawsuits.

  19. Most people would just as soon avoid the doctor

    That would be me.

    I just can’t help wondering how the “buyer’s club” model will work. This dues payment is just another example of the bizarre disconnect between service and payment in health care.

    I had a discussion not long ago with my ultra-liberal uncle about why aren’t there billboards on the highway advertising replacement hips the same as billboards for boob jobs and radial keratotomy.

  20. Mrs. Coolidge was widely rumored to have running liaisons with Secret Service agents.

    It starts with “jogging dates” but before you know it, footrubs are involved. And then, there’s no turning back.

  21. hell yea!

    remy’s a telecaster man.

    and don’t remember, they also fought so PEOPLE IN THE STATE OF CO AND ESPECIALLY WA CAN SMOKE MJ LEGALLY!

    boo-fuckin’ya!

    still basking in the glow of freedom

  22. I really do not like war, why we do not live with the peace? the war is really cruel, and the soldier are all lamentable

    1. Dear Sir:

      I sent you the $3.50 you requested, but still have yet to receive a newsletter. I trust that it has been lost in the mail? Please advise.

      Sincerely,
      Trespassers Willbeshot

  23. ALERT: 45 minutes to the Firefly reunion.

    1. Wait wait wait

      What the FUCK are you talking about?

      1. Browncoats Unite. Cast reunion show. 8 pm MST. Part of the marathon on Science Channel.

  24. You must go to Netflix and watch End of the Road: How Money Became Worthless immediately.

  25. Here’s the question we should be asking:

    As libertarians, how do we get happiness and success out of this increasingly socialist society? Aside from investing in hard currency, surely there is something we got a feeling for.

    For instance, I was telling my sister to short the hell out of “green” businesses back in 2010, which was right when the green bubble was at peak. Other economic things I can think of are the Higher Ed. bubble and whoever ends up with the ball-and-chain companies of the US auto sector around their neck.

    Y’all got any trends you think are happening?

  26. Well now that makes a lot of sense dude.

    http://www.Geek-Anon.tk

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