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[Updated*] Gawker Helps Gay Escort Blackmail Timothy Geithner’s Brother, Ted Cruz Is the Hero of the Story

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GossipDreamstimeThe internet is currently reeling from Gawker’s dirty bomb of a story about Timothy Geithner’s brother soliciting a gay escort. David Geithner, who is married with kids, allegedly tried to pay a gay porn star for sex, but backed out after it became clear the escort wanted to extort him for help with his housing situation.

The escort then went to Gawker’s Jordan Sargent, who gleefully carried out the blackmail threat by publishing the story and (presumably) outing Geithner.

Geithner, a business executive at publishing company Conde Nast, gave the following statement to Gawker:

I don’t know who this individual is. This is a shakedown. I have never had a text exchange with this individual. He clearly has an ulterior motive that has nothing to do with me.

Gawker’s commenters—and nearly all of Twitter—seem to agree that ruining Geithner’s life was excessively, baselessly cruel. Geithner is not a government official; he is not running for office; he does not have a record of hypocrisy on gay issues. The usual excuses one could propose to justify such treatment don’t really apply here.

Some Gawker writers are defending the story; others are not. Natasha Vargas-Cooper, a writer for Gawker affiliate Jezebel, wrote: “Stories don't need an upside. Not everyone has to feel good about the truth. If it's true, you publish. … I'm EXTREMELY suspicious of those who do not want press to have an antagonistic relationship to people in power.”

That’s a fair point, but it doesn’t come close to justifying the decision to turn a family’s struggles into front page news. There’s just no compelling public interest here whatsoever.

In any case, the most interesting detail in the story—by far—is that the escort (referred to as Ryan) first contacted the office of Sen. Ted Cruz for assistance with his housing dispute. Ryan was evicted from his luxury apartment in 2013; he told Gawker his career as a gay porn star was to blame, though legal documents suggest his landlord objected to Ryan’s dog.

Cruz did everything he could to help Ryan—possibly because the escort played up his status as a veteran afflicted with PTSD—according to Gawker:

He also sought help from his local senator, Ted Cruz. On April 7 of this year, Cruz’s office sent Ryan a letter telling him that they had “initiated an inquiry” with HUD on Ryan’s behalf. On May 6, Ryan received another letter from Cruz’s office, stating that HUD had made a “final determination” on his case in May 2014, at which point HUD closed his case. Enclosed was a letter from a HUD field office director, stating that HUD could not initiate any further investigation into Ryan’s case unless he provided “new and relevant information.” Ryan felt this response was insufficient, and that several government agencies had sided with his landlord in discriminating against him because of his sexuality. (Cruz’s office has continued to stay in touch with Ryan, he tells us. He says that an employee of Cruz’s called him this afternoon to say that the senator had personally called the HUD director on his behalf. It seems as if Cruz, in the midst of his Presidential campaign, sees an opportunity to help a veteran with PTSD who has been crushed by Washington bureaucracy.)

It’s not every day one comes across a news story that provokes positive feelings toward Cruz, sympathy for a Geithner, and revulsion at Gawker.

*Updated on Friday, July 17, at 4:30 p.m.: Gawker has taken down the post. Publisher Nick Denton explains his reasoning here. He writes:

Yesterday evening, Gawker.com published a story about the CFO of Conde Nast texting an escort. It was an editorial call, a close call around which there were more internal disagreements than usual. And it is a decision I regret.

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  • Chippy Chippie Ĝang Bang||

    Shitheels gonna shitheel.

  • Plàya Manhattan.||

    "It’s not every day one comes across a news story that provokes positive feelings toward Cruz, sympathy for a Geithner, and revulsion at Gawker."

    Well, the last one happens every day.

  • SIV||

    he does not have a record of hypocrisy on gay issues

    Check dat wit' de Missus Geithner.

  • SIV||

    This wasn't supposed to go here.

  • Harold Falcon||

    Fuck off, cuntface.

  • GILMORE, Haiku Pornographer||

    "" the last one happens every day."

    Revulsion at Gawker is like a universal constant

    And i felt neither of the other two things after reading most of that. Just the predictable Gawker-revulsion.

    I'm still unclear why i'm supposed to be 'sympathetic' about the married guy who is getting blackmailed by the gay-prostitute. Or why Cruz even *trying* to hand out government free-money favors to scumbags should be giving anyone a warm-fuzzy either.

  • Harold Falcon||

    Geithner is the victim of a crime. No one's asking you to cry tears for him in your shower but a little sympathy is not out of the realm of possibility.

  • ||

    And Cruz was trying to help a veteran with PTSD not a gay extortionist.

    I know someone who has been personal friends with Cruz for 15 years. he says Cruz is a person with real convictions and his public persona is no way put on. Some may not like that persona but that is that person's opinion. I find it pleasing to know that at least he, and probably Paul as well, are real people with principles and not a character based on poll results.

  • GILMORE, Haiku Pornographer||

    " I find it pleasing to know that at least he, and probably Paul as well, are real people with principles and not a character based on poll results."

    Its suggested in the story that Cruz's motivation was in fact politically venal

    - e.g. " It seems as if Cruz, in the midst of his Presidential campaign, sees an opportunity to help a veteran with PTSD who has been crushed by Washington bureaucracy.""

    (i.e. - the implication being that it is a convenient political narrative for the moment)

    never mind that the more-accurate reality is that its a pornstar trying to use the Govt to put some muscle on his 'luxury apartment'-landlord.

    My point was that you really have to hold your nose to pretend there's any "good guys" here.

  • GILMORE, Haiku Pornographer||

    "a little sympathy is not out of the realm of possibility."

    You're right. The poor, poor man. Why, in my day, you really use to be able to *trust* your male prostitutes. They had a professional code of ethics, and client privilege was a sacred trust. Oh, but those were better times.

  • DBCII||

    Geitner is the CFO of a major media firm who illegally solicited a prostitute to cheat on his wife. I'm sorry, but that is news. Yes, he is also a victim of a crime. However, I don't feel too bad for this criminal and cheater (I say cheater with some hesitation because his wife may know and accept that he sees prostitutes, but that is probably not the case as it usually isn't in these situations).

  • Acosmist||

    Gawker hates gays, huh?

  • ||

    Progtards hate fucking everyone, including themselves. It's just a matter of when they turn their self loathing hatred on you, not if.

  • Lee G||

    Even Gawker's commenters are turning on them over this.

    Hurrah! Man attempts to blackmail man. Gawker takes blackmailer’s side, ruins victim’s (admittedly complicated) life.

    No doubt Gawker paid the man trying to extort him too! Good work boys and girls! And protect his identity! Can’t have the criminal’s good name besmirched! Unlike the victim! Fuck the victim! It’s clickbait and I’ve got a deadline!
  • DBCII||

    When I read the article the "gay" part was really secondary to a high level executive illegally soliciting a prostitute to cheat on his wife and having the misfortune of that prostitute be a total scumbag. It's a story whether he was soliciting a male or female prostitute.

  • The Immaculate Trouser||

    a high level executive illegally soliciting a prostitute to cheat on his wife


    You call it news, I call it Friday

    Bottom line: lots of people do terrible things to their significant others, things that I never want done to me and that I never want done to my daughters. Most of those things are not improved with public scrutiny and should not be the subject of news reports, unless there is some public interest at stake (say, the bloke hinges his public affairs on the notion that he's a family man). To the degree that it's news, it is evidence that our lives are not our own to do with (and screw up) as we see fit. Indeed, it's evidence that our lives are not even a trust to the people most affected by them, such as our family and friends. It is, more and more, evidence that our lives are the property of a disconnected and hostile citizenry to play with as they see fit -- favoring public Christians one minute, gays the next -- and who knows what other bauble the fickle mob will move on to tomorrow?

    This is a mentality well worth opposing.

  • Paul.||

    A he-said-she-said story... or in this case, more of a he-said-he-said story. Robby Soave? *scrolls up*

    Yep, Robby Soave.

  • Free Society||

    It seems that there is some lingering doubt in the commentariat about Robby's journalistic integrity. But Robby knows they're all racists.

  • Stormy Dragon||

    How Jezebel Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Revenge Porn

  • GILMORE, Haiku Pornographer||

    well played.

  • Charles Easterly||

    Nice.

  • DoubleC||

    And aren't they the same kind of people who are convinced Major Garrett is the Grand Wizard who was just dying to throw an N-word at Obama? NOW they want the press to not be so nice to people in power?

  • SIV||

    The Ted Cruz thing is not surprising. Constituent services is an important part of a politician's job.
    Ron Paul made sure somebody's Mom got her SS or Medicare issues resolved and Cynthia McKinney wrote letters to get somebody's kid into West Point or Annapolis. Ted Cruz helps gay sex workers pursue a HUD housing discrimination complaint.

  • Kivlor||

    ^^^ This.
    I don't know Cruz, but I can speak from experience that most Congressmen and Senators and their staffs jump at opportunities like this, regardless of whether you're a vet or gay or anything else. In fact, I think it is kind of disappointing that Robby would indicate that Cruz only did it because the guy is a vet.

  • Pulseguy||

    There is a difference. Just like Mitt Romney with all the people he helped, outside of work in his case, Ted Cruz didn't advertise it. If it were Hillary or Obama they would have held a press conference with the gay porn star at their side.

  • PapayaSF||

    Ironic photo of the week: Bullet holes in the glass doors of a Marine recruiting office, around a "No guns" sign.

    (I grant that there don't seem to be bullet holes in the sign itself, so maybe the sign just needed to be bigger.)

  • Francisco d'Anconia||

    I don't find it ironic at all. It's the natural order of things.

  • ||

    Have they caught the teabaggers who did this yet?

  • AlmightyJB||

    Yes, his name is Mohammad Youssuf Abdulazeez, Known by his friends as General Lee.

  • CptNerd||

    The Confederate flag tattoo was a tip-off.

  • masculistman||

    No,comrade they haven't.

  • ||

    Maybe the sign should also have said "no bullets" too?

  • lap83||

    loophole!!!11!@

  • Cloudbuster||

    You know, this video is supposed to be a comedy, but in point of fact, the point is making is so self-evidently true it makes you want to weep.

    https://youtu.be/ozJTenNzUKM

  • SIV||

    Gawker comes off pretty lame in this whole thing. What would read as a juicy blind item doesn't make much of a good scandal story when revealing names leads to Timothy Geithner's brother.

  • Migrant Log Chipper||

    Gawker.....these assholes should be shunned for being the amoral fucks that they are.

  • Harold Falcon||

    They're no amoral, they are just fucking evil..

  • Brochettaward||

    “Stories don't need an upside. Not everyone has to feel good about the truth. If it's true, you publish. … I'm EXTREMELY suspicious of those who do not want press to have an antagonistic relationship to people in power.”

    The stupidity and hypocrisy here is astounding, but it is fucking Gawker, after all. Tell me the next time Gawker is antagonistic towards one of their sacred cows.

  • Pro Libertate||

    I agree with his last sentence. . .only, it's a complete and utter lie. How much do Gawker sites attack the current government? You know, the people in power? I'm even more extremely suspicious of people who say what he does and do the exact opposite. Or is he just gearing up for when the GOP has the White House, too?

    I'm a little troubled that this post takes their story seriously, since there doesn't appear to be any evidence beyond the claims of the blackmailer. It may be true, but why spread it when the media site's credibility is so shitty? in fact, if it's false, Gawker could be up for a defamation suit. I suspect they'll have little trouble achieving actual malice.

  • Notorious G.K.C.||

    I'm guessing Gawker isn't a conservative site, otherwise they'd be denounced for homophobia, a term which for once seems applicable.

    "...he does not have a record of hypocrisy on gay issues. The usual excuses one could propose to justify such treatment don’t really apply here."

    You realize the implications of that, right? It means the media should be shakedown artists using blackmail to get politicians to vote for "gay rights" legislation.

    "We got the goods on you, Senator...the photos, the affidavits, the receipts from the Whips 'n Chains Emporium...but we're not going to run the story because you don't have an anti-gay racord. Yet. By the way, we note that the Trans Rights Act of 2015 is coming up for a vote, I assume you're voting for it, right?"

  • Notorious G.K.C.||

    Which of course could be a reason so many elected officials have developed a newfound enthusiasm for "gay rights." They might have a tacit (or for that matter, an explicit) deal with activists or media outlets to keep quiet about their mistresses, hookers, blow, secret bank accounts, etc., on condition they vote for "gay rights."

    In fact, I would be surprised if such things *aren't* happening. We're dealing with a movement which believes anything is justified in the name of their holy cause.

  • PapayaSF||

    Good point.

  • ||

    They never seemed to care that Bill Moyer outed gay men working in the Goldwater campaign,

  • AlmightyJB||

    Which is another reason not to give people power. It's kind of like giving the government a back door into encryption code.

  • GILMORE, Haiku Pornographer||

    " It means the media should be shakedown artists "

    Jeez, man, you almost make it sound like journalists would just label a person or a business "anti-gay" even when its acknowledged they've never actually engaged in a single act of discrimination. I mean, come on. Journalists have ethics and stuff.

  • masculistman||

    Journalists have ethics and stuff.

    They do? They hide it real well.

  • Mickey Rat||

    Of course Soave realizes the implications of that, he may not realize you are not supposd to discuss that quite so openly, however.

  • GILMORE, Haiku Pornographer||

    "Gawker’s commenters—and nearly all of Twitter—seem to agree ...."

    Normally, anything following these words has a 99.999% chance of being not just wrong, but likely to also cause spontaneous brain-AIDS.

  • Notorious G.K.C.||

    And while I wouldn't want to suggest for a moment that a gay hooker isn't a completely credible witness, shouldn't we check the truth of his story about his housing situation, and the causes thereof, before accepting his story about being solicited by Geithner?

  • ||

    You dare to question Gawker, Robby's most trusted news source?!?!?!

  • ||

    "It’s not every day one comes across a news story that provokes revulsion at Gawker."

    Yeah I mean Gawker is where Robby got the totally solid source that #gamergate made a time machine used it to travel to march 2014 and threaten Anita with a bomb before the hashtag ever existed.

  • Cloudbuster||

    It's totally true, but the time travelers keep going back and erasing all the proof Gawker finds before Gawker finds it!

  • TMLutas||

    Shh... that's the most solid proof yet of a Sad Puppy/#gamergate relationship. It was the puppies that supplied the time machine. You can't trust science fiction nerds to stay stuffed in those lockers.

  • John C. Randolph||

    I wrote Gawker off back when they got themselves banned from the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas, a couple of years before that fracas with the stolen iPhone prototype. I hope the impending litigation destroys them utterly, and renders every one of those greasy little twats unemployable.

    -jcr

  • ||

    For shits and giggles I would like to point out that #gamergate took over gawker's subreddit.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/gawker/

  • Ted S.||

    Unsurprisingly, this sort of shit comes from the self-styled tolerant, broadminded SJW-types.

  • GILMORE, Haiku Pornographer||

    Re: NVC's

    ""I'm EXTREMELY suspicious of those who do not want press to have an antagonistic relationship to people in power.”""

    & Robby's

    ""That’s a fair point, but it doesn’t come close to justifying the decision to turn a family’s struggles into front page news.""

    1 - its not a 'fair point'. It's idiotic. "People in power"? Unknown Brother of ex official? Gawker are the 'people in power' here abusing their role. The pretense that abetting blackmail is somehow part of their societal mandate as "the press" is ridiculous and contemptable.

    2 " family struggles"? No mention was made of guys family at all. For all anyone knows wife approves of DL-bi hubby

  • Princess Trigger||

    "People in power."
    I can see how some, near sub-literate, basement-dwelling writer at Jez would view an executive at Conde Nast as a 'people in power.' Not sure anyone outside that industry would.

  • Lee G||

    Conde Nast owns Reddit. Gawker has a hard-on for bashing Reddit. That may be the reason they went for it, or they might just be dicks.

  • DoubleC||

    I didn't think about that. Yes, this could be revenge for Pao (even though days after her termination, the new boss said they're going to go even further cracking down on what's posted than Pao did, so it really doesn't matter beyond "we want a woman in charge.") Good thinking, Lee.

  • AlmightyJB||

    Well Timothy Geithner is an Obama crony which is why Robby is upset.

  • JohnnyL||

    Hell, my local paper this morning reported it as a "Lone Wolf" shooting so nobody would start connecting the dots about Islamic terrorists.

  • Ama-Gi Anarchist||

    Well, the problem with connecting him to terrorism:

    1.) The goddamn government cock sucking media automatically dredges up a supposed connection to either ISIS or Iran eventhough -

    2.) ISIS is supposedly a guerrilla movement inside Syria and Iraq and would have 0 reasons to attack the US, and therefore any such connections are tenuous at best if not outright bullshit propaganda. Cause, ya know, we gotta stay in Iraq because of "reasons". ISIS supposedly wants to bring about the Caliphate, so antagonizing the 900lb gorilla unafraid to use "death from above" is idiotic.....

    3.) Iran would have even less incentive to antagonize the US because of the new nuclear deal. Furthermore, they're involved in a proxy war with Saudi Arabia (which is most certainly the real security threat to them and why they want The Bomb)....

    4.) the SOB (last I saw) is apparently from Kuwait, which happens to just be another Saudi-backed and bred shit-hole state. No one wants to see the elephant in the room: that the fucking terrorists that have harmed the US have almost all been from one area: Saudi Arabia.

    Of course, some are already pointing out that the shooting has fallen out of the headlines. Like you said, must not connect the dots, otherwise we might have to pay attention to The House of Saud.....

  • GILMORE, Haiku Pornographer||

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  • VG Zaytsev||

    David Geithner, who is married with kids, allegedly tried to pay a gay porn star for sex, but backed out after it became clear the escort wanted to extort him for help with his housing situation.

    This story is an obvious lie because Bo has assured me that no man interested in Gay Sex would ever marry a woman and have children.

  • Cloudbuster||

    ...he does not have a record of hypocrisy on gay issues...

    But suppose he did. Does a private citizen holding hypocritical views now constitute grounds for destroying their life?

    Let he who has never been hypocritical cast the first stone.... Then, the rest of you, take a look at that guy who threw the first stone, because he's not only a hypocrite, he's a liar, and a nasty SOB.

  • Christophe||

    If he was holding political office, it'd be justified (hypocrisy or not). But then again I think woodchippers are justified.

  • Cloudbuster||

    But he's not holding political office. Private citizen.

  • Bill Dalasio||

    If it's true, you publish. … I'm EXTREMELY suspicious of those who do not want press to have an antagonistic relationship to people in power.

    What a fucking shitheel.

    First of all, David Geithner isn't in power. He's a businessman with a famous brother. Second of all, even his brother isn't in power anymore. He's a guy that used to be in power. Lastly, "if it's true, you publish" coming from the likes of Jezebel is laughable on its face.

  • JohnnyL||

    Does anyone think that if the person involved had been a female porn star that the story would have ginned up the amount of revulsion that it has? Ruin his life because he is ostensibly a family man who may be gay...bad. Ruin his life cause he is a straight family man who wanted to have an affair....maybe not good but hey, the reporter is just doing his job so we are OK with it. Double standards all the way down.

  • Red Rocks Rockin||

    Hell, by all accounts Tiger Woods is a huge sex addict who selfishly destroyed his marriage to bang porn stars. Yet the SJW brigade at ESPN keeps trying to prop up his career and give him publicity even though in today's world these kind of actions typically make the perpetrator completely radioactive. Thankfully, Tiger sucks now so it's a lot harder for them to run their "TIGER'S STILL THE BEST EVER!!" line of crap they've been spewing ever since he started losing his game.

  • NFP||

    It's worth noting that NVG isn't exactly known for her journalistic integrity. She's infamous for botching the interview with Serial subject Jay:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/.....79820.html

  • Harold Falcon||

    Everyone at Gawker should be killed by meteorites. They are complete fucking dogshit people. They have no value. They are human garbage.

  • Red Rocks Rockin||

    Hey now, the guys at Jalopnik and Foxtrot Alpha aren't that bad. Of course, the fact that most of their content is completely non-partisan has a lot to do with that.

  • Irish ♥s ESB||

    "Stories don't need an upside. Not everyone has to feel good about the truth. If it's true, you publish. … I'm EXTREMELY suspicious of those who do not want press to have an antagonistic relationship to people in power."

    This is Natasha "Scott Walker Wants College Women to Get Raped Based on a Fake Story that was Given to Me By His Political Opponents" Vargas-Cooper. I'm extremely suspicious of a press that doesn't fact check stories that fit into their preconceived political opinions, idiot.

    I also love Gawker continuously pretending to be an important news outlet. This is the argument Denton hilariously made as to why publishing Hulk Hogan's sex tape was okay. If you're defending stories about releasing sex tapes and outing gay men without their permission, you don't get to claim you're being 'antagonistic' to 'people in power' as if you're publishing the Pentagon Papers.

  • Loki||

    If you're defending stories about releasing sex tapes and outing gay men without their permission, you don't get to claim you're being 'antagonistic' to 'people in power' as if you're publishing the Pentagon Papers.

    This. Anyone who doesn't view them as the digital equivelant of National Inquirer is a fucking idiot. Although I seem to recall that at one time National Inquirer used to try and claim to be a real news magazine as well. Maybe eventually people will wize up to the fact that Gawker is complete shit.

  • Loki||

    So, which statement will be taken out of context this time? I'm betting this one:

    It’s not every day one comes across a news story that provokes positive feelings toward Cruz...

    Why's that Robby? Trying to get invited to more cocktail parties? You fucking COZMO!!!!1!!!!!!!!!!

    I keed, I keed.

  • jdgalt||

    Gawker is deeply involved (on the SJW side) in "GamerGate", so this whole event may have been motivated by either side of that controversy.

  • Kevin O'Keeffe||

    "It’s not every day one comes across a news story that provokes positive feelings toward Cruz, sympathy for a Geithner, and revulsion at Gawker."

    Actually, pretty much everything I've ever read about Gawker, has filled me with a sense of revulsion for it, but those other two reactions, are much more uncommon.

  • The Immaculate Trouser||

    I feel old saying this -- hell, who am I kidding, I *am* old -- but is this anyone's fucking business outside the family's? I barely even know who Tim Geithner is, much less why I should care (answer: I shouldn't and neither should anyone else), *much less* why I should care about his brother's domestic squabbles. What the hell happened to privacy?

    Does no one else remember having to keep the confidence of a bisexual friend with a crack-ho side chick -- while walking to school uphills both ways in the snow?!

    Those were the days.

  • Ashley Wilkes||

    "[T]he escort (referred to as Ryan)...."

    Yes, I suppose a whore named "Timothy" would have been too obvious....

  • MoreFreedom||

    "It’s not every day one comes across a news story that provokes positive feelings toward Cruz, sympathy for a Geithner, and revulsion at Gawker."

    While I don't have much sympathy for Timothy or David Geithner, the truth of this story is stranger than fiction. Cruz intervenes for a gay porn star, because he was in the military and potentially suffering from PTSD. The liberals who think conservatives don't have a heart will have cognitive dissonance with this. David cheated on his wife, and potentially threatened her life with a STD, and that he was found out and his family found out, is David's fault entirely. He didn't have to engage in adulterous gay sex.

    But given Timothy's tax evasion having been Sec. of the Treasury, and David's position (likely because of his brother) and gay adultery, what does this say about the Geithner family? Frankly I don't think people like this should be in government, or in leadership positions.

  • MoreFreedom||

    The other thing that's BS is the gay porn star claiming he got kicked out of his apartment because of his sexuality and claiming discrimination when it was because of his dog. I think if it weren't for that this never would have been a story. So it's essentially a false claim of discrimination (something I believe individuals should be free to do, regardless if its good or bad discrimination) that's led to the outing of Geithner, and also a false claim of blackmail. You can't blackmail someone if you reveal the dirt you have on them.

    Poor behavior on all parties involved, except Gawker IMHO. They have an obligation to reveal the truth about political figures, including their relatives who appear to have their jobs because of the political connections, and also immoral gay porn stars falsely claiming discrimination as well.

  • msimmons||

    "That’s a fair point, but it doesn’t come close to justifying the decision to turn a family’s struggles into front page news. There’s just no compelling public interest here whatsoever."

    Yeah, not like Rubio's fighting boat or Romney giving a kid a Dutch rub 47 years ago or the Redskins awful team name, or pick your opponent of TPTB or member of some victim group that can be exploited for political gain...I mean public interest.

  • Derek W.||

    Matt Drudge loves his Gawker and gay culture links.

  • BabbySeal||

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