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User avatar #137147 - asotil
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(4 hours ago) [-]
Noticing quite a few anons and bleachwhite names on any political or pizzagate related content, more so than during the election

Had FJ officially hit the Big Time that we've been put under siege twice now?
#137148 to #137147 - anon id: 259e6590
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they be salty mad trying to sow the seeds of despair and doubt

seems like their attention is not on the boards though

boards here are pretty desolate anyways
#137134 - canyou
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(8 hours ago) [-]
GIF
User avatar #137141 to #137134 - seniorawesomesauce
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(7 hours ago) [-]
That is cheese stuff crust pizza- the only logical way to eat it is cheese crust first.
#137139 to #137134 - figatron
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(8 hours ago) [-]
>I'm from New Jersey
>doesn't fold it, fucking barbarian
>tfw the President eats pizza like an uncultured swine
User avatar #137145 to #137139 - asotil
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"I'm from New Jersey"

I feel your pain and am sorry with you
#137143 to #137139 - pebar
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(5 hours ago) [-]
it's pizza, not a taco

the culture of folding pizza is the reason east cost pizza is paper thin garbage
User avatar #137144 to #137143 - canyou
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(4 hours ago) [-]
Oh shit
#137138 to #137134 - smegmatron
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#137108 - germansuplexloop
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(10 hours ago) [-]
Not trying to cause shit, just seeking opinions.
#137131 to #137108 - smegmatron
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The left is a law abiding citizen
The right is a filthy sand ape
User avatar #137130 to #137108 - figatron
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(8 hours ago) [-]
the one in the left is hotter
User avatar #137128 to #137108 - drastronomy
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the left has the gun as defense and has likely never comitted a crime
the right actively engages in terrorist activities

hmmm
User avatar #137127 to #137108 - canyou
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(9 hours ago) [-]
tbh, they seem pretty similar
#137117 to #137108 - pebar
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You don't have modern Christian theocracies that actively persecute non believers

Muslim countries like Saudi Arabia are just ISIS-lite
User avatar #137124 to #137117 - redandgreen
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(10 hours ago) [-]
The closest thing to what you describe would be the US if President-Elect Trump sticks to some of his proposed policies.
User avatar #137129 to #137124 - figatron
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(8 hours ago) [-]
Trump isn't even religious
User avatar #137112 to #137108 - theism
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The woman on the right is affiliated with a terrorist organization. The woman on the left is showboating onn social media.
User avatar #137114 to #137112 - redandgreen
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Terrorism is in the eye of the beholder though.

I expect there are a number of places where the US would be considered a terrorist state.
User avatar #137142 to #137114 - whoozy
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(7 hours ago) [-]
Yes.
And in most of those places women are worth half a man and gays are thrown off roofs.

Moral relativism is toxic
User avatar #137115 to #137114 - theism
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(10 hours ago) [-]
Edgy.
User avatar #137118 to #137115 - redandgreen
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True though.

Look at the struggle for independence in Ireland. One person's freedom fighter is another's terrorist and one person's liberal democracy can be another's imperialist power.
User avatar #137109 to #137108 - ericarthurblair
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left: woman in front of flag of her country holding a gun and a bible
right: woman in front flags i do not recognise, also holding a gun as well as what i believe to be Quran

now i dont know the context of these images so the only differences i can judge are on an basic level of what the images contain, both woman are armed, both carry with them the book which serves as the foundation for their religious believes again i am guessing, i dont know whether either of the guns are real nor whether these woman are christian/muslim and both stand in front of a flag, on a first glance the images are certainly very similar

i believe the actual point to be contain within the meaning of the items tho and as i dont know these meanings i can only guess , whether the gun is to be used for defense or aggression can be one of the key differences, as can the contents of the respective books they carry

tl;dr you dont supply much that gives basis to form a proper opinion, so yeah the images have many similarities
User avatar #137106 - canyou
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(10 hours ago) [-]
So what's the solution to the "robots will take over all jobs" problem?
User avatar #137146 to #137106 - asotil
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Learn to fix the Robot Fixing robot

You can have another robot do it of course but what about when that one breaks too
User avatar #137140 to #137106 - drastronomy
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>problem
I don't mind. I'm taking cybernetics so my future is secured regardless
User avatar #137133 to #137106 - figatron
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I don't think it's a problem. Machines make people's jobs easier meaning less people can produce more. This hasn't resulted in mass unemployment.
User avatar #137135 to #137133 - canyou
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Idk, i see it a different way. Advancements in plow design made the workload easier on the horses, but tractors made them irrelevant.

I think companies will replace humans with delivery drones, self driving vehicles, and self serve kiosks. I don't believe we will be irrelevant, but there will be a big drop in low skilled jobs
#137137 to #137135 - anon id: dbb1122e
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people necessarily have to learn new skills when old ones become obsolete. I don't think we should prop up them up just to keep their jobs. We end up falling behind like that
#137132 to #137106 - smegmatron
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They'll take over jobs in like shops and stuff but repair people like plumbers and stuff are safe for a good while.
User avatar #137126 to #137106 - akkere
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Basically, raise the average for educational success by creating more effective programs to have people be trained as tradesmen (which could even include being the technicians of those same robots) as early as possible.
When being able to work harder is an impossible task, train the populace to work smarter. Obviously it's not as simple as I'm making it sound, and there's pitfalls that will still occur, but it is possible to reduce the impending unemployment that would occur should robots actually be affordable enough to acquire and maintain over simply taking in rollover risk.
User avatar #137110 to #137106 - ericarthurblair
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a war of man versus machine, obviously if you want to have a job, you have to make sure that you are qualified for a job and if the requirements change you have to adapt
User avatar #137116 to #137110 - canyou
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Making sure you're qualified for new jobs might be okay for some, but large portions of the population won't be able to support their families. Too much competition.
User avatar #137120 to #137116 - ericarthurblair
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so what are you suggesting? simply get rid of the competition? Or, as machines now do all the work, supply everyone with enough money to live?

there is a lot of competition on the market already and if you don't want to be left behind by new trends you better start adapting now, i dont have a proper suggestion other than letting companies employ who they want, whether man or machine is unimportant, the answer will be the one that makes the most profit
User avatar #137136 to #137120 - canyou
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I'm not suggesting anything. I don't know what the solution is. Just wondering opinions.
#137107 to #137106 - anon id: a69eb331
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Create more jobs that are impossible for robots to take, which is surprisingly a lot.
User avatar #137105 - feelythefeel
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#137104 - anon id: 52d39d2e
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they couldn't rig the election successfully

so they rig Time's person of the year

Assange was robbed
User avatar #137103 - feelythefeel
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moralmachine.mit.edu/results/49463910

Pretty proud of these results. Didn't have much in species preference, but only because I kept killing criminals in favour of puppers.
#137095 - canyou
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(15 hours ago) [-]
RIP Breakfast Club

All but Merkel are gone, and this photo was taken earlier this year.
User avatar #137096 to #137095 - ericarthurblair
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(15 hours ago) [-]
but at least Merkel will never leave
User avatar #137091 - woozuh
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(21 hours ago) [-]
This guy predicts the pizzagate shooting 9 days before it happens:
youtu.be/lf48D4dHgKg
Around 8:30
User avatar #137080 - figatron
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(12/05/2016) [-]
2012 GOP: "We need to get the government out of the economy and create a more friendly environment to do business in the US. Voluntary exchange makes us all better off"

2016 GOP: "How dare businesses engage in international commerce to increase profits for their company and their community! We need to punish them."
User avatar #137100 to #137080 - feelythefeel
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What do you mean by "community"? The international clique has no "community" in the geographical sense.
#137101 to #137100 - anon id: dbb1122e
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It does in the economic sense. Let's say a company moves a factory to Mexico. It can now produce more at a lower cost. It now can offer its goods here in America at a lower price. Consumer surplus has increased. Consumers now have more disposable income for other things that they want. Those companies profits increase as a result. They can now expand their businesses hiring more workers in the process. I think you're overthinking what I meant by community.
User avatar #137149 to #137101 - feelythefeel
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Cheapness isn't an inherently good quality. People will pay more for a better product if they can, which is why it's a sign of a bad economy when the driving force in consumer markets is price. People won't be thankful that there's a cheap alternative when it's contributing to the problem that causes it to be all they can afford.
User avatar #137078 - feelythefeel
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How is saying "We'll all be equal when we're the same" different from "Your differences from me are the problem"? Sounds a lot more intolerant when you put it that way.
User avatar #137097 to #137078 - Ruspanic
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but who actually says either of those things
User avatar #137150 to #137097 - feelythefeel
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Social Marxists.
User avatar #137083 to #137078 - ericarthurblair
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well 90% of me think you just want to provoke a reaction, but 10% still think you are actually this retarded, so i'll break it down for you:

the first phrase is completely non judgemental, it simply states a fact, www.dictionary.com/browse/equal www.dictionary.com/browse/same both equal and same are synonyms, the statement doesn't change whether you say "We'll all be the same when we're the same" or "We'll all be equal when we're equal" it still states that without differences there are no differences, as i said, this is a fact, facts cannot be tolerant nor can they be intolerant, they simply are, whether you like them or feel good about them or not

where as the second statement is obviously judgemental, unlike the first one it mentions the existence of a problem caused by the differences between two individuals, explicitly pointing out that the other, not the individual making the statement is the issue, now without context this again is not intolerant, the first individual can be grounded in facts with his statement or not, ergo be not intolerant or be intolerant completely depending on the scenario in which the statement is made
User avatar #137085 to #137083 - feelythefeel
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In case anyone here ever wondered what a person who was raised in a blank room with no form of interaction and only a dictionary to read for twenty years would be like.
User avatar #137086 to #137085 - ericarthurblair
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so i was right, you where trying to provoke a response, not actually raise proper questions
User avatar #137087 to #137086 - feelythefeel
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Your argument is purely playing lawyer with a thesaurus, and has no bearing on the actual topic. Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.
User avatar #137092 to #137087 - theism
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"This is what these words mean and why you're wrong."

"Lol fuck your dictionary cuck."
User avatar #137088 to #137087 - ericarthurblair
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the sole topic you mentioned was the amount of "intolerance" contained within the two statements, i discussed the give topic in the way you asked.
User avatar #137151 to #137088 - feelythefeel
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There's a very obvious meaning behind what I'm saying, and you're choosing to play rules lawyer with the English language in order to intentionally misunderstand it.
#137072 - whoozy
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Its so amazing when feminist political propaganda is on your pensum list
User avatar #137098 to #137072 - drastronomy
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i started the IB instead of the usual VGS, and although you would expect otherwise, its even worse here. All our literature classes are saturated with leftist and feminist bullshit
User avatar #137102 to #137098 - whoozy
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It's not getting better at uni I'm afraid
#137074 to #137072 - anon id: 6cae8bf2
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IT'S SO AMAZING WHEN FAT BEN MAKES POOP
#137079 to #137074 - anon id: a69eb331
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quality meme

love the classics
User avatar #137069 - inzix
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(12/05/2016) [-]
Dudes, i saw something about Clinton's pay for cash also happening in Norway, and in 2012/11, she traveled to Norway, more specifically Tromso, the city i live in, i don't have time to check anything or research but it's interesting none the less.
User avatar #137070 to #137069 - shekelnator
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GO OUT NIGGA!
#137067 - canyou
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Major Scandal: Home Depot Was Caught Selling Milk To One Customer
User avatar #137076 to #137067 - drhoffable [OP]
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no way
#137065 - shekelnator
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#137084 to #137065 - pebar
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#137064 - seniorawesomesauce
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Looks l like "No" has won in Italy, and their prime minister has announced that he will follow through with his resignation. The President of Italy will be constructing a makeshift government of technocrats until new elections are underway in 2017. Five-star, the right wing populist party is looking to make major gains in parliament, and Forzo Nuova (New Force) is looking to enter the national stage.
User avatar #137063 - falconxmard
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So I'm researching more about Soros and trying to understand him. Why did he spend a massive amount of money against trying to keep Bush from being re-elected in 2004? I thought the Bush family was definite part of the "establishment" in the same sense as the Clinton family (whom Soros controls/loves)
User avatar #137082 to #137063 - Ruspanic
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There's really no such thing as a unified "establishment". There are people within the "establishment", just as outside it, who have different political views. Soros tends to support left-wing, "progressive" causes and candidates. The Koch Brothers are basically the same as George Soros but on the (libertarian-ish) Right, and like him give lots of money to candidates, activist groups, PACs and think tanks that align with their views.
User avatar #137056 - theism
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It's so scary that a satanic child abuse ring run out of a pizza restaurant by prominent politicians can be so well covered up that no physical evidence, alleged victims or real corroborating documentation exists and the only people doing actual investigation are reclusive 20 something 4chan and twitter users who read several emails and looked at an Instagram page.

But seriously, if you actually threaten or attack people over a 4chan rumor you're a piece of shit.
User avatar #137057 to #137056 - redandgreen
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They choose what they want to believe and no evidence presented or apparent absence of evidence will change this.

It all just suits their prejudice.
User avatar #137071 to #137057 - theism
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A man walked into a public place with a gun over whats effectively a hoax. If anything, these people are going to be the ones harming kids if this escalates.
#137041 - ericarthurblair
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lmao get fucked FPÖ
User avatar #137051 to #137041 - darkthundertwotwo
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No one of them was a good candidate. Both of them represent too much the extreme side of politics. And if you take an economic look on politics, Van der Bellen is the better choice... At some point, even the European Union is forced to find a solution for the refugee crisis, and a lot of the Austrians who voted for the green guy today, don't want a president, who only talks about refugees and focuses on them. Imagine a Trump (i have nothing against him) which only talks about Mexican immigtants and not about other topics like unemployment.
User avatar #137060 to #137051 - falconxmard
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From what I understand the president of Austria is very very limited in his actual power, it's the parliament there that decides most of the stuff. So when they have their 2018 votes for parliament seats, people could still turn out more for anti-migrant politicians.
User avatar #137061 to #137060 - falconxmard
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Well crap I didn't even notice that your flag was the Austrian flag and now I just lectured you on your own country...
User avatar #137054 to #137051 - Shiny
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I looked up der Bellen and he looks like a regular green/liberal centrist. Doesn't sound extreme to me.
User avatar #137055 to #137054 - darkthundertwotwo
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In Austria, we describe a lot of non middle things as extreme... if you take a look at our Nazi background and on the Russian which were here after the war was over, we made horrible experiences with left and right wing peopel, and so Austrians describe everything which even goes a little bit in one direction as extreme. Politics in Austria used to be the mixture between left and right - middle, with a bit of "modern progress" politics, e.g. that abortion stuff.
User avatar #137053 to #137051 - ericarthurblair
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i mean i know jack shit about either of them, the only thing i know is that hofer is a populist, which gives him bad marks in my book automatically, everyone can go out and claim that he will fix everything wrong in the world but following through with these promises is something completely different

the new surge of nationalism in europe i only care about anything outside of germany by proxy tho, if they leave the eu our exports will likely suffer else i dont give a shit is something i look upon skeptically anyway, especially in regards to germany, but also outside in the rest of europe, the refugees are here and are a problem that has to be dealt with, and its not a problem that can magical be fixed just because politicians promise to do so with little to no plan on how exactly it will go down

and being frank, the refugee crisis is by no means the biggest issue we face in terms of national and international politics, its not even a contender to the likes of unemployment, low birthrates (and the resulting issues with the Rentenversicherung no idea what this is in english , the differences between BRD and former DDR, and even Politikverdrossenheit again no idea what this is in english in general where barely 50% of the eligible people of voting age even bother going
User avatar #137048 to #137041 - drastronomy
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god damnit
#137042 to #137041 - smegmatron
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Explain this to me.
I don't speak Heil
User avatar #137043 to #137042 - ericarthurblair
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the austrians (not the kangaroo ones) are having elections for federal presidency today, he lost to a Green
#137044 to #137043 - smegmatron
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So whats green?
User avatar #137045 to #137044 - ericarthurblair
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a member of the green party, which is a joke of a treehugger organisation
User avatar #137052 to #137045 - darkthundertwotwo
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Back then they where conservatives who drew attention to important topics like environment, but later on, they became the "i love everything-tree huger" party you described... Well, most people who voted the green guy today, would never vote the green party, if it wasn't a presidental election.
#137040 - canyou
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User avatar #137058 to #137040 - redandgreen
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The impersonation is fantastic though
User avatar #137066 to #137058 - canyou
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Are you kidding me? He looks more like a chicken than Trump.

Wait...