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ATTENTION GNAA (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741011)

Please crapflood ticalc.org

Thanks.

and early post, too :)

Bad Marketing (5, Funny)

American AC in Paris (230456) | about 10 years ago | (#8741012)

They're both neat little toys, but ThinkGeek won't have much success selling them side-by-side.

It's hard enough fitting a hamster into an empty 5.25 drive bay, after all...

Re:Bad Marketing (5, Funny)

b12arr0 (3064) | about 10 years ago | (#8741041)

They're low-carb hamsters. Atkins lists them at .2 carbs. I'm sure they'll fit.

Re:Bad Marketing (1, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741151)

Only breaded hamsters have carbs. When you saute them in WD40 they are carb free.

Re:Bad Marketing (1)

b12arr0 (3064) | about 10 years ago | (#8741206)

I was unsure about the hair, bones, teeth, and eyes. Well, I guess you could filet the little guy before you slide him in.

Bad site design (1)

RevDobbs (313888) | about 10 years ago | (#8741127)

...bastards forgot to make a link for the "Buy Doom 3" graphic [thinkgeek.com] in the left column... if there's one thing I want more than an easy-baked ham[p]ster, it's next-generation giblets.

Good Lord! (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741296)

Isn't 4/1 over YET?!!!!

So far, you guys are like 0 for 37!

About Africa... (-1, Flamebait)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741015)

I'm a student of Darwin. I believe that we should stop supporting such obviously inferior countries and let them self-destruct without intervention. It's Nature's way. The US, et al, seem to think that if they dump enough money into this dodo-bird of a continent that it will somehow recover, but the truth is that we're only delaying the inevitable extinction. Instead, use the money to help developing countries that at least have a chance of succeeding, like those in Latin America.

Also, once the dodo bird is dead, we can use the newly-empty continent to store our garbage and nuclear waste. It's a win-win situation.

Finally, something funny on April 1 (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741020)

Hey, it may have been six months since the last Slashback, but today as we buckle
under the strain of another stream of unfunny April Fools "jokes", let's take a
moment to thank Slashdot's monthly meta publication Trollback [slashdot.org]
for putting out a fantastic 4/1 issue.

Way to go, guys.

Good... (5, Funny)

snakattak (592921) | about 10 years ago | (#8741024)

Now I can cook my hamster in my ez-bake drive bay. Finally!

Re:Good... (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741140)

The PC Ez-Bake oven can even be used to cook your Pop Tarts, Bagel Bites, or any tiny or flat food. YUM!

wow, you flattened a hamster? COOL!

Terrible! (5, Funny)

Chuck Bucket (142633) | about 10 years ago | (#8741028)

must, not reload slashdot again today! come on April 2nd!

CVBS

Rejected Stories (1)

millahtime (710421) | about 10 years ago | (#8741148)

I wonder how many legitimate rejected stories there were today????

Come on April 2nd.

Re:Rejected Stories (2, Funny)

Endive4Ever (742304) | about 10 years ago | (#8741210)

Based on practical observation, I would say that not a lot of legitimate stories were rejected. This, however, is crowding the usual anti-Microsoft and trumped up 'Your Rights On Line' drivel off the main page.

Re:Rejected Stories (2, Funny)

Catbeller (118204) | about 10 years ago | (#8741286)

Based on practical observation, I would say that not a lot of legitimate stories were rejected. This, however, is crowding the usual anti-Microsoft and trumped up 'Your Rights On Line' drivel off the main page.

Ashcroft? Izzat you?

Re:Terrible! (2, Funny)

Hoch (603322) | about 10 years ago | (#8741308)

You think thats bad, /. gave me mod points last night. Must, not moderate today! Must save. NOOOOOOOOOOOO.

EZ-Bake ovens and Geek childhood (5, Funny)

Shakrai (717556) | about 10 years ago | (#8741030)

Back when I was a little kid I pulled a Tim Allen stunt and decided that my sisters EZ-Bake oven needed more power. After all who wants to wait a whole 10 minutes for their peanut-butter cookie? I considered various ways of doing this (my parents caught me trying to take the propane tank off our grill -- so that option was ruled out) and finally settled on wiring the battery terminals directly into 120v AC power.

Unfortunately the Oven didn't last very long and I got a nice electric shock for my efforts. My sister never did figure out why her EZ-Bake stopped working though. And my Dad never did figure out where his good extension cord and 3/4 of a brand new roll of electricans tape disappeared to either :)

To this day I still think there's a market for a more powerful version of the EZ-Bake oven. Any venture capitalists out there reading this comment? It'll be the biggest thing since Google [google.com] and sliced bread -- which incidentally we'll be able to toast in less then 10 seconds with the new model!

Re:EZ-Bake ovens and Geek childhood (1)

You Been Rob-ed! (686615) | about 10 years ago | (#8741076)

There is a more powerful version of the EZBake. It's called a microwave. It's been out a good long time now.

Re:EZ-Bake ovens and Geek childhood (2, Funny)

Shakrai (717556) | about 10 years ago | (#8741120)

There is a more powerful version of the EZBake. It's called a microwave. It's been out a good long time now.

Ah, but Microwaves won't make my bread golden brown when I toast it. We need something that works with heat not EM. I need to reinvestigate the feasibility of the gas powered EZ-Bake oven. You could even take it camping where there's no AC power!

Re:EZ-Bake ovens and Geek childhood (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741154)

You could use a toaster oven.

Re:EZ-Bake ovens and Geek childhood (1)

Shakrai (717556) | about 10 years ago | (#8741170)

You could use a toaster oven.

Some people are just a humorless lot of bastards. Can't the ACs get into the spirit of April 1st like the rest of /.?

BTW: The original story is true :)

Re:EZ-Bake ovens and Geek childhood (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741227)

Some people are just a humorless lot of bastards. Can't the ACs get into the spirit of April 1st like the rest of /.?

You only say that because you can't see the smile behind my hand. ;-)

Re:EZ-Bake ovens and Geek childhood (4, Informative)

SandSpider (60727) | about 10 years ago | (#8741215)

In fact, you aren't the first person to think of this. I present to you: GE's Advantium [geappliances.com] oven.

The people who claim Microwave Ovens are the successors are Fools! Fools! The reason being that the EZ Bake works off of light bulbs. (Incidentally, you would have wanted to rig a better lightbulb into the EZ Bake Oven to make it more powerful - I suggest Halogen.) The Advantium cooks with, you guessed it, Light.

But, sadly, your joke has, in fact, been brought to, um, light. Sorry.

=Brian

Re:EZ-Bake ovens and Geek childhood (2, Funny)

Shakrai (717556) | about 10 years ago | (#8741273)

In fact, you aren't the first person to think of this. I present to you: GE's Advantium oven.

THOSE RAT BASTARDS!!!! I had prior art! Goddamn them!

There's only one thing to do now. If you can't beat 'em, sue 'em [sco.com]!

But, sadly, your joke has, in fact, been brought to, um, light. Sorry.

Everybody is a critic :) I was just trying to get into the apparent /. spirit of Apr 1st. I've been ridiculed in almost every reply. Oh well :)

Re:EZ-Bake ovens and Geek childhood (1)

Eccles (932) | about 10 years ago | (#8741290)

The reason being that the EZ Bake works off of light bulbs.

I wonder why my mod to use compact florescents didn't work?

I dont need an easy bake oven! (0)

nevek (196925) | about 10 years ago | (#8741033)

My overclocked p4 could cook a steak!

http://www.mnsi.net/~nevek/3601.JPG

Re:I dont need an easy bake oven! (2, Funny)

madfgurtbn (321041) | about 10 years ago | (#8741159)

My overclocked p4 could cook a steak!

My water cooled p4 could chill wine!

Fucking N00b (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741242)

Using a P4 to play Counterstrike. L33t Fuc|0r you!

mnsi.net:
Managed Network Systems, Inc.
#344 - 300 Tecumseh Road East
Windsor, ON N8X 5E8
CA

Anyone work for these guys, can cut this wallhacking sunofabitch off?

EZ Roast Case (5, Funny)

zubernerd (518077) | about 10 years ago | (#8741036)

Just wait until you put an {AMD|P4} processor in it, then that case will be an EZ Roast oven for hamsters...

Re:EZ Roast Case (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741191)

FIRST REPLY!

The blood of the innocent shall flow freely from the steps of the new-found corporate justice.

PROPS TO CMH/CRYPTO!

Listen up! (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741037)

I, for one, welcome our new Hamster overlords!

The EZ bake oven (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741038)

Is heated using the latest generation of Intel 64 bit chips.

But for some... (1)

ForestGrump (644805) | about 10 years ago | (#8741057)

EZ bake is considered cooking, and should be left to the women in their lives.

now if i can convince my exwife to bake me a cake....

-Grump

Um... Toasty Hamsters (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741060)

My case is 40c....
Slow cooked hamsters =D

Almost useful... (1)

b1t r0t (216468) | about 10 years ago | (#8741062)

The EZ-Bake drive bay got me to thinking about something useful... I wouldn't mind one that was an EPROM eraser. That would actually be pretty spiffy.

So how many people are going to take them up on their offer of the "binary T-shirt"?

Re:Almost useful... (1)

thelenm (213782) | about 10 years ago | (#8741121)

So how many people are going to take them up on their offer of the "binary T-shirt"?

I am. The T-shirt offer is real, as far as I can tell. I just submitted an order, and the shipping and handling with the T-shirt was more than it was without, so it had better be real!

Re:Almost useful... (1)

idontgno (624372) | about 10 years ago | (#8741205)

The EZ-Bake drive bay got me to thinking about something useful... I wouldn't mind one that was an EPROM eraser. That would actually be pretty spiffy.

And a damn-sight better use for cold-cathode fluorescents than most uber-l33t casemods.

Sigh (0, Redundant)

atari2600 (545988) | about 10 years ago | (#8741064)

This is getting boring now. These AF jokes really suck big big time. I mean cmon guys - one AF after another - are there so many morons out there?

*thinks*

Never mind.

Re:Sigh (1)

nebaz (453974) | about 10 years ago | (#8741106)

I predict these stories will end...In about 8 hours.

Re:Sigh (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741225)

Modded flamebait? I think a majority of the moderators on slashdot are fucking morons. A majority of the fucking morons are college kids and school kids who don't have a fucking clue about what they are posting. A majority of slashdotters are fucking morons as well. Hoorah for tomorrow and American college kids. It is getting annoying as heck to read /. today.

T-shirt super secret message (4, Informative)

thelenm (213782) | about 10 years ago | (#8741066)

By the way, the super secret message on the T-shirt says, "I shopped at ThinkGeek on April Fools Day, and all I got was this lousy shirt!"

ROT13 the T-shirt super secret message (1)

mr_don't (311416) | about 10 years ago | (#8741186)

Hey! Don't post it in plaintext! Use ROT13!

V fubccrq ng GuvaxTrrx ba Ncevy Sbbyf Qnl, naq nyy V tbg jnf guvf ybhfl fuveg!

ROT52 it to avoid DMCA violations. (1)

yecrom2 (461240) | about 10 years ago | (#8741251)

Since I have a patent on ROT52, I'll be sending each one of you a $699 licence fee for reading it.

Re:T-shirt super secret message (4, Interesting)

dougmc (70836) | about 10 years ago | (#8741267)

By the way, the super secret message on the T-shirt says
Yes, we know. More interesting would have been how to decode it. Here's the program I wrote to do it --
#!/usr/bin/perl -w
{
local $/ ;
$d = <> ;
}

foreach (split //, $d) {
next if ! /^\d/ ;
$b = $b * 2 ;
$b++ if ($_) ;

$c++ ;
if ($c > 7) {
print chr($b) ;
$b = 0 ; $c = 0 ;
}
}
Not meant to be short or pretty, just to decode the message. I'm sure somebody will show how they did it in 2 or 1 lines soon enough. In fact, I'm surprised it hasn't happened already :)

Re:T-shirt super secret message (1)

BrewerDude (716509) | about 10 years ago | (#8741292)

Even easier, use emacs. Just type in the message and then use:

M-x rot13-other-window

How To Get A Story Accepted Tip #1 (1)

Sparky77 (633674) | about 10 years ago | (#8741067)

noted that Slashdot's OSDN Sister site ThinkGeek

Now I know how to reliably get a story accepted: put in references to Slashdot affiliates.

Having a good time today? (2, Informative)

hlh_nospam (178327) | about 10 years ago | (#8741069)

I'm guessing that the PC hamster cage was suggested by this news article: Fat Hamster in Printer Sparks Rescue

Apr 1, 7:45 am ET

BERLIN (Reuters) - A hamster called "Teddy" sparked a police rescue mission after he climbed inside a computer printer and got stuck because he was too fat to get out again, authorities said Wednesday. (rest of article can be found on www.iwon.com)

Given the date, I gotta wonder if either is for real.

so slashdot is now getting comissions??? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741073)

How come are we seeing this kind of ads?

EZ Bake Oven Idea (0)

Stu Catz (728228) | about 10 years ago | (#8741088)

even though its a hoax its a pretty nifty idea, i would imagine mattel to add this into one of their barbie computers

What I REALLY want . . . (1)

dgrgich (179442) | about 10 years ago | (#8741089)

. . . is a combo 'EZ-Bake Hamster Oven'. Imagine the possibilities!

PARTYGOER : "Drew, this dish is wonderiffic!!! I must have the recipe!"

DREW: "Why, those are hamster tarts I made with my computer!"

PARTYGOER: "Mmmmmmmm - that's great hamster!"

Haiku time! (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741114)

Michael unzips
Taco winks suggestively
Cumstain spreads on pants

meeaniiees!! (1)

yuudoku (767044) | about 10 years ago | (#8741129)

those bastard almost had me fooled for a while :-( this is by far the MEANEST april fools joke i've seen: http://www.thinkgeek.com/images/products/other/loo flirpa/nowshipping.gif located in the bottom left corner.

thinkgeek's site (-1)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741137)

I just LOVE thinkgeek's site [olsentwins.com]! Especially the "fash" section, where I learned to cut the bottom off of an old shirt to use as a hair enhancement! Oh, and the "dance party" photos!

Of course, don't forget to read thinkgeek's emails [olsentwins.com]! Here you will discover how truly difficult it is to decide what to do on the weekends... have a pizza party? A fash party? Go to the mall with all of your friends? Have a sleepover and call boys on the phone?

In short, if you haven't checked out thinkgeek's site [olsentwins.com], you don't know what you're missing!

Meta April Fool (5, Funny)

iCat (690740) | about 10 years ago | (#8741141)

Pity the poor souls who have to meta moderate all the April 1st threads that will show up in a day or two.

Hamster case (1)

nizo (81281) | about 10 years ago | (#8741147)

My friend said this case is just what he needs, as long as his pet python can fit through all the bends to chase the hamster/mouse/gerbil. Should make for a pretty active rodent too.

I call bullshit. (1, Redundant)

FIRESTORM_v1 (567651) | about 10 years ago | (#8741156)

It doesn't look like that is an ACTUAL case.
1: Why would you put a side panel on it, then have something non-flexible poke through it? Any attempt to slide off the side panel would cause the plastic tube on the front of the case to break or, slice the hamster like a guillotine.

2: The U bend at the top is right on top of where the power supply goes. That's not right.

3: How is one to access their CDROM/floppy/Zip100/insert favorite media drive here if the hamster ball on the front of the case BLOCKS ALL THREE BAYS?

4: click on 'Add to wish list ad prove my point'...

Re:I call bullshit. (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741254)

Well, duh!

It's meant to be used as a thin client, without any CD drives, or with an external drive.

Re:I call bullshit. (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741262)

It's an April Fools joke. Chill out, dipshit.

Re:I call bullshit. (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741297)


umm... duh?

Disappointed.... (5, Funny)

MajorDick (735308) | about 10 years ago | (#8741157)

I am horribly disappointed, not at the bad AF joke but for some reason when I try to add it to my cart it says...."Gotcha! April Fools, silly monkey! "

I was hping to buy both and turn it into a sort of concentration camp for rodents, kill them in the case , cook em in the oven. I even had my label maker ready to print an Arbeit Macht Frei label over the drive bay, Oh well, back to using the microwave..

Re:Disappointed.... (0, Troll)

xonos (218227) | about 10 years ago | (#8741287)

oh, i get it. holocaust humour is hillarious. do you have any good AIDS jokes or anything about the slaughtered people of Rwanda? child molestation jokes are also good for a laugh or two.

Caffeinated meatloaf?! (1)

Short Circuit (52384) | about 10 years ago | (#8741158)

I'm not sure I'd want to make that one. Even within the comfort of my bed (where my computer is located). I get the shakes bad enough, know that I'm trying to reduce the dosage of my antipsychotic.

Hmm, can we connect 'em? (1)

graveyhead (210996) | about 10 years ago | (#8741161)

Possibly some kind of automated abattoir between the cage and the oven.

Then, I just do a quick ./lunch.sh, and voila... 5 minutes later lunch is served!

I'd be interested in collaborating on an open-source project for building the drivers, if anyone's interested.

:P

Hamster Havoc (5, Funny)

leroybrown (136516) | about 10 years ago | (#8741167)

I once had a hamster named Forest that would hours and hours running in his little habitrail wheel. He loved that wheel so much that he drug some of his bedding into it to sleep there. Then he decided to start using it as his bathroom, too. So when he'd start running, there would literally be a shit storm in his wheel. Hamster poop and bedding flying everywhere. And, of course, all the flying debris would make its way out thru the airholes and onto my desk. I had to clean my desk of hamster shit at least once a day.

Can you imagine the havoc this would've caused inside a computer case? Little poop pellets landing on the cpu and causing quite a stink from the heat, or hitting the cpu fan and being thrown everywhere... no thanks, I like my cat who is scared of my computers.

I gotta stop... (1)

b12arr0 (3064) | about 10 years ago | (#8741172)

clicking refresh on slashdot for today. Too many AF stories. I'm starting to think that Google job on the moon might not be so bad.

My system is already at 400W (1)

cptgrudge (177113) | about 10 years ago | (#8741177)

How much more could my power supply take before blowing? I imagine that some sort of heating element, even if it is in a 5.25 in drive bay, would be too much.

Although, imagine a beowulf cluster of those! I'd give the bakery down the street a run for their money, if only I could pay the resulting electric bill. And, of course, if I could only cook.

Huh (1)

stratjakt (596332) | about 10 years ago | (#8741193)

This is probably an April Fools joke, though I had the exact same idea for the hamster-case/cage product a few years ago when modding became all-the-rage.

This could be a real product, but the picture looks photoshopped. The tubes would interfere with the drives and heatsink, etc..

Also, could they not get in trouble for this:
Endorsed by PETA as an ethical way to reintegrate your pets back into your hearts after the birth of the Internet.

I know that's just tongue-in-cheek silliness, but PETA doesn't endorse owning animals as pets in any form. Hell, those guys are protesting the "terrible living conditions" of honeybees. Which, btw, as a previous amateur apiculturalist (beekeeper), I can say is a complete crock. Domestic bee's have it much better than wild ones (No swarming, more than ample storage room for honey..) Hell, domestic hives have lived for decades, a wild hive is lucky to go a full year.

Anyhow.

Fuck slashdot.

Real Hamster Case (1)

Phosphor3k (542747) | about 10 years ago | (#8741201)

A guy already did the hamster case. Lots of pics, be warned - the hard forums are slow as hell. http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?s=&threadi d=742432&perpage=15&pagenumber=1

PC's and Rodents (2, Interesting)

juniorkindergarten (662101) | about 10 years ago | (#8741211)

Back a few years a go I had a contract to service computers in a pizza chain. I got a call to come look at a store's computer that had developed some problems.
I got there and and was told one of the remotes wasn't working. I opened the case up and inside it all the cards were covered in mouse turd.
I traced out which remote wasn't working and pulled out the make table to discover a mouse had chewed the cables and died. It had died long enough ago that it had liquified and left a permanent "chalk line" around the corpse.
And yes they were eventually shut down.

Karen, that wasn't you! (1)

The I Shing (700142) | about 10 years ago | (#8741213)

Oh, my god, that PC habitrail reminds me of that underground compound I lived in back in the 1970s.

They would round us up at the age of 30 and make us rotate around this floating thing until our bodies exploded.

Thank God Michael York stood up on the balcony of the arcade with that woman and showed us his clear palm and told us it was all a lie and took us all outside to meet Peter Ustinov!

A better mod (1)

OmegaGeek (586893) | about 10 years ago | (#8741223)

Use the hamster to power the fans in your case. The best part is that the mod will become more efficient over time as the hamster learns that it can make its "house" cooler by running in the wheel!

Phooey (1)

GillBates0 (664202) | about 10 years ago | (#8741235)

I'm waiting for my T-shirt with goatse on the front and back. I hope they come out with it before Christmas. I hope you're listing thinkgeek people!

I hate March 32nd (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 years ago | (#8741243)

Beware the jibes of March.

The s3kr1t T-Shirt (2)

belgar (254293) | about 10 years ago | (#8741248)

010010010010000001110011011010000110111 101110000011100000110010101100100001000 000110000101110100001000000101010001101 000011010010110111001101011010001110110 010101100101011010110010000001101111011 011100010000001000001011100000111001001 101001011011000010000001000110011011110 110111101101100011100110010000001000100 011000010111100100101100001000000110000 101101110011001000010000001100001011011 000110110000100000010010010010000001100 111011011110111010000100000011101110110 000101110011001000000111010001101000011 010010111001100100000011011000110111101 110101011100110111100100100000011100110 110100001101001011100100111010000100001 converts to:

I shopped at ThinkGeek on April Fools Day, and all I got was this lousy shirt!

I actually DO use my computer as an oven (1)

HomerJ (11142) | about 10 years ago | (#8741253)

I like to bake my own bread using those Rhodes frozen bread dough loaves. The heat given off by the case makes it rise pretty well. Don't think I couldn't actually shove it into a drive bay...

In true geek fashion (1)

JediTrainer (314273) | about 10 years ago | (#8741265)

The EZ-Bake oven uses LEDs. When cooking your hamster, it'll take a while.

Unless, of course, your processor is an AMD.

I am actually building the hamster cage (5, Informative)

xThinkx (680615) | about 10 years ago | (#8741266)

OK, so no lie, I have made several (failed) attempts to build, and will one day successfully build a similar hamster case.

For everyone who's wondering why there are several attempts consider the following.

  • Habitrail tubes aren't solid, they have holes for ventilation (which will be addressed later). Hamsters urinate alot, and not in the same place, which led to the first case with junk parts smelling like hot piss in almost no time. Also urine corrodes things quickly.
  • Hamsters need bedding, which gets everywhere, they chew it up or scratch it into minute pieces that will clog fan intakes, etc. Bad stuff
  • Hamsters need some sort of open air ventilation to survive (and breathe). If this ventilation isn't above where they can reach they'll throw bedding/poop out of it somehow. If the ventilation is too high, it won't work and the hamster is done for. If you use even a low cfm fan to add to the ventilation, hamster will avoid it like the plague, causing general health and discomfort to the hamster
  • Hamsters chew...A LOT. One nearly unfortunate hamster chewed a hole big enough for him to get out into the case, he was working on the insulation of a 12V line when I cought him.

So, there's the trials and tribulations of the Hamster case. Can't belive someone stole my idea...

The Binary T-Shirt... (1)

Tuxedo Jack (648130) | about 10 years ago | (#8741269)

Is indeed a legitimate item. Buy anything with a total (before shipping) of over $10 USD, and you'll get the shirt free if you add it to your cart.

You'll also get one Geek Point.

Caffeinated Meatloaf (1)

MajorDick (735308) | about 10 years ago | (#8741275)

For thos of you that didnt real the included mixes for the EzBake oven the last one is ...Caffeinated Meatloaf .....mmmmmmmmm
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