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PostSubject: Re: General Conversation   General Conversation - Page 17 I_icon_minitimeMon 12 Oct 2020, 2:43 pm

Yeah, catchy music. I always found Gloam Valley catchy. I played it over a bad luck compilation that I was in once.

I'll reply to all that later, but I just wanted to post something now rather than later cause it sometimes takes me a while to type a reply,lol. And I procrastinate a lot on it.

Currently playing through Code Vein. Might start up Halo 1 (and 3 and Reach). Tried GX again and man, I can't recall how I even managed to do it years ago. I just didn't quite have the same patience...or persistence. Then again the drive is different after story mode is done, and you're trying hard/very hard.

Yep, it'll be crazy by 2030. I wonder what that future holds. I too will be 36 by then and I hope by then I've become pretty successful. Or just mildly successful.

I wanna get a capture card some day, maybe start a small channel or something and play some Gamecube games. Recently I did parsec with a few friends which allowed local multiplayer on emulated games. Was a good time. Currently watching a friend (with others too) play SM64 for the first time. (and the occasional speedrun strats from other friends).

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PostSubject: Re: General Conversation   General Conversation - Page 17 I_icon_minitimeTue 13 Oct 2020, 2:55 pm

F-Zero: Yeah, kinda crazy that I've been on all my forums for 10 years or more now. Wild to think about...I never thought I'd be on any forum that long,lol.

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Let's make it 20 years.

Yeah, youtube's far too corporate now. Used to be a crazy milestone to have a ton of views, now it's a bit more commonplace. But youtube as a company has certainly changed to be more like a tv network. a lot of the good ones do stuff over on twitch now. At least fact video are fun still.

Indeed, I feel I may've become a more chill person over the years.

Yeah, a friend did a campaign/dnd kinda thing where we had our own characters inserted into the episodes and we derailed things wildly.

Yep, feels like they did. And yeah, sandbird was annoying, but the polluted river one was probably the worst for me.

Ah, interesting.

Yeah, it feels like a ghost has finally been put to rest,and i can move onto other things without thinking about it. I know that probably sounds a bit dramatic when it comes to games but that's how I feel. Also congrats on finishing Morrowind.

Yeah, and airship too. and the four huge materias could be gotten in any order and their respective quests weren't too tough. The side stuff also went by too. D2 did feel like a lot actionwise happened without much fluff in the middle.

Since then,I have purchased it and made it to the first fiery castle place. The first successor boss.


Yeah, I really miss that style. Sonic 06 and probably Shadow and such probably killed their drive to do any more of it due to those being the logical end points of the Adventure style when it got outta hand...but I still miss it though. Reminds me of Zelda/Mario and voice acting, they were scared to do it again due to how poorly received it went.

Yeah, I've heard they're pretty good. Maybe when i finish up the Halo games and Code Vein I'll get to Vesperia.

Yeah, now it's just political ads. Part of me with hair does wanna see how far I can go without cutting it...but I also know taking care of it probably wouldn't be fun,lol.

I think they even did a parody ad with one of those screaming guys.

Yeah, that sounds good. Lots of ammo is always a plus.

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Indeed. I've got a few anime in my backlog til then. I may watch Persona 4's anime since I doubt I'll get around to the game,lol. I do have a Vita though so I guess if I find it cheap,there's nothing stopping me from buying it...I'm probably the one person out there with a Vita that doesn't own Golden.

Also, yeah, 27. I will soon be at that point in my life.


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PostSubject: Re: General Conversation   General Conversation - Page 17 I_icon_minitimeMon 16 Nov 2020, 9:00 pm

Well, the next month is gonna be interesting... to say the least, lol.

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Not too many new things happened in my world since last month except that I spent lot of time reading news about current events and playing more old school RPGs (well a wildfire did come pretty close to my neighborhood and the last time that happened was almost 10 years ago but everything is fine here). Pretty much finished Serious Sam 4 and did a redemption run of Icewind Dale 2 (which I got completely destroyed when I last tried back when I was 11 lol).

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Flopsice music was so catchy.  And yeah the days of mkw online are long gone so they feel like forever ago for me.  I even feel like mk 8 feels old now.  The new Mario kart coming out soon seems kinda odd.  I also update d the forum skin

The level I remember the most was when we had to go into Marlee's Mansion, and then somehow manage to work off a debt of 10,000 coins or something, and then she got mad we actually managed to pay it off and just turned into a spider and tried to kill us. I think it's because I got stuck on that one for a while before finally giving up and looking up a walkthrough. I do also remember the last level because they faked me out pretty good in thinking everyone actually died and only Mario was left (silly me I know lol).

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Yeah, catchy music. I always found Gloam Valley catchy. I played it over a bad luck compilation that I was in once.

I'll reply to all that later, but  I just wanted to post something now rather than later cause it sometimes takes me a while to type a reply,lol. And I procrastinate a lot on it.

Currently playing through Code Vein. Might start up Halo 1 (and 3 and Reach). Tried GX again and man, I can't recall how I even managed to do it years ago. I just didn't quite have the same patience...or persistence. Then again the drive is different after story mode is done, and you're trying hard/very hard.

Yep, it'll be crazy by 2030. I wonder what that future holds. I too will be 36 by then and I hope by then I've become pretty successful. Or just mildly successful.

I wanna get a capture card some day, maybe start a small channel or something and play some Gamecube games. Recently I did parsec with a few friends which allowed local multiplayer on emulated games. Was a good time. Currently watching a friend  (with others too) play SM64 for the first time. (and the occasional speedrun strats from other friends).

It definitely does have the Super Mario Bros 2 overworld vibes (in meme potential) for sure, lol.

I'm not sure if Code Vein overall is easier than Dark Souls 3 or something or if I just got gud, but it did become pretty easy once you got one of the Queenslayer blood arts that let you attack 5 times in a row pretty much instantly (which translated to a lot of damage if you were using something like a halberd lol). The second to last boss of Code Vein was super hard though. I ended up having to co-op with someone to beat it. The other hard bosses I really had trouble with were early bosses like the pole dancer boss and the moth boss. The former's moveset was mostly made of stuff that could kill you in one hit and the latter would just fly around and spam you with poison attacks. I really hope they make a sequel to it because I want more Anime Darks Souls stuff, lol. Too many VNs and RPGmaker stuff on steam when you search up the anime tag and not enough stuff like Code Vein and God Eater, lol.

I wish there was like an anime shooter or open world game that had the production qualities of Metal Gear Solid 5 or Far Cry or something. There was Genshin Impact that people said was supposedly like Breath of the Wild but that doesn't count because it was one of those p2w gacha games lol. I kinda got bored of that game and quit about 10 hours in because after you're done exploring there's nothing but just grindy dailies and spending real money. At least people made a lot cool fanart of a lot of the characters like Fischl and stuff.

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For me the problem is I find myself taking hours to type up a reply, and the more days that pass by the more I feel obligated to write a longer post, lol. So it's basically a procrastination feedback loop.

I knew I was way more patient at playing games in the past (most people say their younger selves are more patient), but sometimes I wonder if I was smarter/attentive at playing games when I was younger too. There were some really hard/complex games (think adventure/mystery games like Myst/Lighthouse/Nancy Drew) I managed to beat as a kid that I know I wouldn't have been able to do if I only started playing it now. Not sure what causes this phenomenon if it's really the case. I don't think it's a case of video games making us dumb in the sense of it actually lowering our IQ, but maybe it's our serotonin receptors being completely fried from playing games for almost two decades so it's harder to concentrate or find enjoyment out of certain stuff.

I do hope we won't be just repeating 2020 for the next 10 years. Remember when they said like the lockdown stuff would only last for 2 months? Look where we are now, lol.

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But I do try not to overthink it too much, you know, hakuna mata and all and stuff. By 2030 I still kinda wanna move to Taiwan or something and hope I'm more successful too.

Playing old games > playing new games, lol. If I ever wanted to do let's plays I'd play old games, don't care if nobody watches, if I get anyone who watches I'd rather them want to watch me play old games or stuff I want to play than watch me because I was chasing the latest fad lol. Imagine being the guy who forces himself to play fad games like Fall Guys or Among Us and has to constantly move on to the next game when it dies in like a month in order to be "relevant". I'd almost feel bad for that guy except I don't at all lol.

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Imagine if we really go for 20 years and then we end up outliving all the other corporate sites like youtube and reddit (either closing their doors or going the way of Myspace). Youtube can't kill off the Dreamcast/Gamecube/Xbox360 generations with algorithms/censorship/demonetization, they were there before youtube was born and will be there after it finally dies (in its attempt to become Cable TV).

It's definitely way too corporate now. Nobody is stopping all of these youtubers from going to a different site (and giving potential competitors desperately needed relevance). By continuing to stay they're just part of the problem.

If I'm being really introspective on this I do remember I used to make a ton of brash/snarky posts in 2010. Nowadays whenever I see snarkiness in a post (warranted or not) I instantly picture the poster being some 17 year old compensating for their own shortcomings in life by acting as if they had something to prove. Viewing snarky/rude posts that way, I can't help but find it funny (which is probably the exact opposite of what they wanted to come off as lol). That's one behavior I am definitely glad I stopped doing early on lol. All part of the process of becoming a more chill person I guess.

Thanks. It might sound dramatic describing it as putting a ghost to rest, but I guess there aren't many other ways to describe it, especially since it was really satisfying to finally finish it. I guess we could say it feels good to stop procrastinating on finishing a game you wanted to set out to finish, but then we'd be making it sound boring... like we were doing it against our will like homework or something.

Yeah it probably killed their drive for sure, with how Sonic Forces was received though, it would be a good time to do a “return to form” to that type of gameplay. Sorta how Resident Evil Revelations 1 and 2 were kind of a return to form to the earlier Resident Evil games after the backlash of Resident Evil 6 and stuff. But now I think they just gave up on making “regular” Sonic games entirely at this point lol. Maybe we'll see the Yakuza developers make a Sonic game instead and see what they end up with, because the director of the Yakuza games said he'd be down for making a Sonic game recently, lol.

Wait I remember that polluted level in Sunshine, lol. If you're talking about this level in Bianco Hills where the entire lake was poisoned, I think the biggest insult to injury on that level was that after you spent so much time trying to get around that water, you had to do a subspace level on top of it and it was one of the longer/harder ones to boot, lol.

If they really did do a parody commercial on Serious Sam I wanna see it because that sounds hilarious, lol. We need more commercials like that instead.

I bought Persona 4 Golden Edition back in early August and at this point I still only got to the part where the main character went through the TV and finally got his persona. I'm not sure if the introductory chapter of that game is just that slow or if my brain is just fried like I mentioned, lol.

Same. Still waiting on the magical age where I transform into a sage that spits out nuggets of wisdom like the movies told me I would turn into when I get older lol. Like some kind of Shaolin Monk or Karate Dojo Master lol. If I don't get that by the time I'm 40 I wanna go to the theater and demand a refund for all the money I spent watching movies, assuming theaters are even a viable business model at this rate.

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A sentient bread killing itself is definitely on the weirder side of anime and sums up this year perfectly... and I love it, lol.
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PostSubject: Re: General Conversation   General Conversation - Page 17 I_icon_minitimeSun 06 Dec 2020, 2:36 pm

Greetings from Next Month.

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Ah. Stay safe. My month hasn't been much besides playing Code Vein,and Genshin Impact. Well,also the past month or two had me watch all the Persona games,and Yakuza games. I may pick up 360 games again or maybe some PS4 downloaded games I have. Or dig out the Dreamcast. Or focus on finishing up some WiiU Zelda stuff like Wind Waker and BOTW, and probably Ocarina.

Ha, yeah, finding the secret money stash. Though I think some players have done it legit and the ending is still the same. Yep, that final level was quite the suprise. Sammer Guy kingdom was surprising too, watching the world just end and become a white void. I also recall the caveman level where it turned out the plant enemies weren't actually bad,just rebelling against the cavemen encroaching/polluting. I remember playing it over a Mario Kart bad luck compilation that I had a clip in,lol.

Ah, stripper boss and this one guard boss in a cave really killed me when it came to finishing them. Yeah, it didn become a bit easier after getting the queenslayer blood code. Right now I'm at the fire cat boss, but that's where I opted to take a break and play Genshin. I think it ended up being more difficult at times because I'm not used to Dark Souls type games.

Yeah, I wish there were more anime games out there that aren't just RPGs/fantasy. A gun/stealth game could be a lot of fun. I played it for a while but then I just sorta got tired of it. I did however roll for the characters I wanted and got them. Mostly I'm just gonna finish the prologue and be done, and pick it up when my friend's able to play co-op. And yeah, I'm really fond of Genshin's characters and the fanart they get.

Yeah, I tend to get in a loop of "I should write  a reply" until it's like 10+ days after I've seen it.

Indeed. I take a break/stop way easier than I used to when I was younger. I ponder that too, since I go back to some old games and wonder "How did I do this back then?".

We're in month 9 of week 2 of flattening the curve,lol. But yeah, I hope I'll be successful in the next 10 years, even if it's minor success. I'm still finding my way in the world I guess.

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Same. I enjoy playing what I like, and I'd be really burnt out if I played the newest fad games. Especially since a lot . Yeah, Fall Guys died in like a month,lol. Plus I have a unique history gaming wise so it'd be fun to share what I love with people.

Yeah, we may end up outliving a lot of sites probably. Certain ones almost seemed like pillars and then they were just gone, kinda like some of those hundred year old companies. Yeah, there isn't much stopping creators from forcing change,but they just don't. And yeah, Dreamcast'll never die!

Yeah, I used to be a bit more hot headed back then.  Not that I don't still have my moments, but it really takes a lot to push me to actually being angry on the internet and real life . (Ok except for BS stuff in games, I do still get annoyed by those.). And sometimes I see people that remind me of myself and I know how to make things chill again.

Yeah, it's like a ghost finally getting to rest peacefully.  It's a satisfying feeling.

Yeah, which was interesting after Mania. I kinda expected Adventure game remasters,what with Crash, Spyro and Mario getting remakes/remasters. Oh? He did. I didn't really know,so I'd hope to see it.

Oh, there's that one. I just run to the cliff windmill and do a leap of faith to the log and go there. The one I'm talking about involves getting Yoshi, riding a gondola or two to an island to dissolve the pipe jelly, then doing a red coin poison river level.

Ah, here it is.
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Ah,lol. I have a few games where I just slowly complete a bit whenever I feel the urge to play them.

Well, if Yakuza is anything to go by, I should be pretty good at fighting off people in the streets.

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Heh, Merry Christmas, in case you happen to read this sometime after Christmas, lol :p

Thanks, it got pretty bad where I lived during that month, nothing like having to wear an N95 mask indoors to stop breathing in smoke or whatever ash particles there were on that day. There's sites with maps of wildfires in California, and it was basically burning at the neighborhood across the street. Good thing most fires have a hard time jumping over roads, lol.

Ah, nice. I played the new Yakuza game, Yakuza 7 (aka Yakuza Like a Dragon), and I think I'd easily put it up there as my favorite storywise, second only to Yakuza 0's story. I think it ought to be a textbook example that everyone should look to when it comes to properly introducing a new likeable main character to a franchise while properly paying respects to all the characters that came before it. Nowadays too many writers think the way to introduce a new character is to make them better than everyone else while making all the established characters look bad or outright disrespecting the old characters by killing them off in unceremonious ways.



You're in for some fun with the next boss if you just got done with the Fire Cat/Yakumo's Girlfriend (or sister I forgot lol) boss lol. (If you're at that point you probably know who the guy you're gonna fight is because the game told you who the main villain you needed to stop was by that point, or so I think). It honestly made the final boss seem really easy, lol. I actually also had a really hard time with that particular boss (also I never really did a true solo playthrough of Dark Souls either, I ended up having to co-op a lot of hard fights in that game with the friend who roped me into buying the game).  

I stopped playing after I got to Adventurer Rank 20 because there wasn't much to do in the game as a whole after you explored everywhere, and I got the characters I wanted too (trying to get new ones by picking up enough currency to get more wishes took too long). I guess based on how I stopped hearing about the game entirely at this point, I think my thoughts about it weren't in the minority. 

One good thing I can say about the game is I really enjoyed the map because of how unique it felt compared to other open world maps (that mountain/plateau region where was worth going there for the sightseeing value alone). Every region felt like it had it's own special landmarks and was super recognizable compared to other parts. By comparison, I finally got around to playing Far Cry 5 this month, and to be honest, I can't really remember any unique landmarks that stood out to me at all. The problem with making really big open worlds is that unless you have the time to really add detail and unique landmarks all the areas just end up looking the same and forgettable. All I remember is me driving a motobike down long highways with endless pine trees and occasionally blowing up trucks with RPGs, lol.

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Doesn't matter though, got more pics of fanart, lol.

Also there's this too, lol:
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An Anime Deus Ex or Cyberpunk gun/stealth game is something that ought to be explored more. A game with the character artstyle of Genshin Impact and the setting and gameplay of Cyberpunk/Deus Ex isn't actually crazy as one might think. Reason #1 being you can have anime settings in dystopian futures (e.g. Pyschopass, Ghost in the Shell, and most Mecha Animes) and #2 because not being tied down to a more realistic artstyle would allow someone to come up with more interesting ways to make an FPS/stealth game interesting. I wanna see the usual magicians in isekai fantasy animes carry around laser blasters and lightsabers, lol. Think Dishonored, but instead of mixing grimdark fantasy magic and steampunk, we mix konosuba magic and cyberpunk together lol.

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Reason #3 is I will probably never actually get to play Cyberpunk even though it's out because nothing can actually run that game properly atm, lol.

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Yeah, I know right? lol.

When it comes to patience and concentration, I've tried my best to go back to playing games with a similar playstyle I had as a kid... just to see if I would be able to exact more enjoyment out of them. This included like personal rules like no sprinting nonstop from point a to b, no fast traveling, only taking roads to destinations if driving a car (and not offroading straight to the destination if the compass points to it), no staring at the minimap (and turning it off if possible), having only one active quest at a time, and taking slower and wider pans of the camera to take in the scenery. I'm not sure if the deprogramming attempt was successful or not though because it would probably take more time to undo almost 12 years of habits, lol.

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At this point it's clear none of this is working anyways. If I was made dictator for a day, I'd declare it's time to reopen everything and but make masks mandatory. Because before we have problems with people getting sick everyone will be out of their homes because they don't have jobs to pay the property taxes anymore (and then they'll get sick anyway they have no home to obey stay at home orders lol). I still wanna move to Taiwan within the next 10 years (especially since everything is open there and pretty much nobody is sick) lol.

I know that fad games like Fall Guys and Among Us will exist so long as there are glory seekers seeking the subs and views, but it's gotten to the point where I reflexively go "oh I bet it's another fad game, I'm not buying it" whenever I hear about any new releases now. Won't be healthy for gaming if every dev is now incentivized to make the next fad game in hopes of being the lucky one who strikes it rich, especially won't be good for people making vids or streams who want to not just play only fad games lol.

Long live forums and the Dreamcast. We'll be here ahead of the curve when forums make their inevitable resurgence... just like Minecraft sort of made one in 2020, lol.

Yeah, I basically went from Jotaro from Season 3 to Jotaro in Season 4 and 5, lol. Pretty much nothing game related can make me mad, and rude people I can tune out way easier. I credit this to being more secure about my self-worth and not feeling threatened by anything so I can spend time being positive and chill about stuff.

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Yeah, maybe it was just an offhanded comment saying they're just open to the idea and nothing is planned, but who knows, maybe we'll actually get a Sonic game by the Yakuza devs one day and hopefully it will be good.

Oh, I don't remember that mission, but it sounds painful, lol. (I think it's cause Yoshi faints if he get exposed to water in Sunshine iirc)

Hah, RIP Brett Sanderson the Kamikaze, lol.

One common theme of the Yakuza games is that even if you're old, your best days are still always ahead of of you and are never over (the protagonists are always beating up punks who think just because we're old they are better than us lol). I think it's a pretty nice uplifting message.
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Heh, Merry Christmas, in case you happen to read this sometime after Christmas, lol :p

Heh, I about replied to it on Christmas itself, but it was a bit hectic.

Oh. Damn. Stay safe there. All I have to deal with is snow, and the occasional thunderstorm/windstorm.

Yeah, I think they really did well introducing him and the cast. They were respectful to what came before. So it's pretty heartwarming to see Ichiban be well received. Related but I saw in Ace Attorney Investigations 2,there's a chef guy that looks like Ichiban and even spent 18 years in jail.

Ah, well the stripper boss was really difficult at the one point in the game,and the one random one in the cave later on. I need to focus on Code Vein again but I have been busy lately.

I think I'm to rank 26-30, but after I finished the prologue and kinda just stopped. I did however get pretty much every character I wanted, I got pretty lucky on the draw.

Yeah, the landmarks/areas have been pretty memorable so far.  

Indeed, it's nice to see tons of fanart.
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Yeah, I'm trying to think of some futureistic games with a sorta style like that,I remember there being one that was a bit like Rising actually,but I can't recall the name. I'd love to see more "softer" style applied to some futuristic games. Breath of the Wild is halfway there,with mechs and motorcycles.  It'd be fun to see an isekai where someone ends up in some future world.

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I heard it's running pretty well on Stadia at least,lol. For anyone that owns a Stadia. (which happens to be one friend)

When it comes to patience and concentration, I've tried my best to go back to playing games with a similar playstyle I had as a kid... just to see if I would be able to exact more enjoyment out of them. This included like personal rules like no sprinting nonstop from point a to b, no fast traveling, only taking roads to destinations if driving a car (and not offroading straight to the destination if the compass points to it), no staring at the minimap (and turning it off if possible), having only one active quest at a time, and taking slower and wider pans of the camera to take in the scenery. I'm not sure if the deprogramming attempt was successful or not though because it would probably take more time to undo almost 12 years of habits, lol.

Yes. Undoing old gaming habits is pretty hard, and it's sometimes difficult when a game doesn't share the same control scheme as most other games, or doesn't  have the same quality of life features I've gotten use to.

Yeah,I've heard they've had few cases, a few other countries were like that.

Yeah, so many new games fall into that catagory, so hopefully devs don't get involved in chasing fads.

Yes, lol. Or certain games when they get a remake.

That's a pretty good comparison.
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Yeah, it'd be nice to see.

Indeed it is,it's infamous. Actually the Yoshis dissolve.

Indeed, that's a pretty good message to have.

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Happy New Year. Here's to 2021 being good for all of us.
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