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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell hosted a Wisconsin rally, which featured a speech by Donald Trump. MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell's latest political rally featured a speech by former President Donald Trump, in which he railed against voter fraud again. In a wide-ranging speech, Lindell slipped back and forth between his support for the former president and unfounded claims that the 2020 election had been rigged. Newsmax anchor Bob Sellers in February had stopped Lindell from repeating claims about voting machines being tampered with during the election. "We're fighting for our First Amendment rights of free speech," Lindell said on Saturday.
Persons: Mike Lindell, Donald Trump, Biden's, Mike Lindell's, Trump, Joe Biden's, Biden, Lindell, Doug Ducey, Brian Kemp shouldn't, Bob Sellers, Mike, Sellers Organizations: Trump, Frank, Lindell, Twitter, Arizona Gov, Georgia Gov, Fox News, Newsweek Locations: Wisconsin, New Richmond , Wisconsin, China, South Dakota
While Chipotle attributes raising menu prices to the growing price of labor, some analysts point to high CEO compensation as another factor. Companies are required to disclose the ratio of CEO pay to the pay of a median employee. A study from California State University San Bernardino found that for a minimum wage increase of 10%, food prices increase by just 0.36%. The distance between worker and CEO pay grew wider than ever during the pandemic of the past year, The New York Times reported. The company says there are no plans to further increase prices right now.
Persons: Chipotle, Brian Niccol, Niccol, Kevin Johnson, Chris Kempczinski, EPI, Jack Hartung Organizations: Newsweek, Companies, Institute for Policy Studies, California State University San Bernardino, New York Times, Economic Policy Institute, Labor, Baird, Consumer, Technology & Services Conference Locations: Illinois
An image of a Coca-Cola can with the slogan “try to be less white” has been shared widely on social media, confusing audiences who believe it is authentic. “The main indicator of manipulation in my view are the inconsistencies in the lettering of the slogan,” Scanlon said in an email. The ‘o’ has “inconsistent font weight” around the entire letter, while the ‘e’ characters are inconsistent throughout the slogan. Coca-cola did not release a can with a slogan that reads “Try to be less white.”This article was produced by the Reuters Fact Check team. Read more about our work to fact-check social media posts here .
Persons: , Coke, Mark Scanlon, ” Scanlon, , Scanlon, Joe Biden, Read Organizations: Reuters, Cybersecurity, Cybercrime Investigation, University College Dublin, Newsweek
A COVID-19 outbreak shut down a hotel one mile from the G7 summit where world leaders are gathering. The Pedn Olva hotel in St. Ives was hosting the German delegation's security detail, Sky News reported. The Pedn Olva hotel in St. Ives is hosting members of the security detail for Germany's delegation, British media reported. Several media crews, including CBS, were also staying at the hotel, Sky News reported. Cornwall, the county home to St. Ives, reported nearly triple the number of COVID-19 cases on Thursday as on Wednesday, Newsweek reported.
Persons: Ives, Joe Biden's Organizations: Sky News, Reuters, Security, CBS, Health, Newsweek Locations: St, Cornwall, England, British, France, Germany, Canada, Italy, Japan
It's time for Biden to shut NATO's doors
  + stars: | 2021-06-09 | by ( Daniel Depetris | Defense Priorities | ) www.businessinsider.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
President Joe Biden's trip to the NATO leaders' summit will have significance as Biden tries to rebuild frayed alliances. NATO leaders pose for a group photo in the park of the Cinquantenaire, during a NATO Summit in Brussels, July 11, 2018. President Donald Trump adjusts his jacket after pushing past Montenegrin Prime Minister Dusko Markovic the NATO Summit in Brussels, May 25, 2017. During this month's NATO summit, the alliance should acknowledge the elephant in the room: NATO's open-door policy doesn't serve the interests of the alliance. And for the United States, continuing to support open doors means adding to an already cumbersome pile of security commitments.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Biden, Daniel R, Joe Biden, Regurgitating, Thomson, Donald Trump, Dusko Markovic, Kevin Coombs, Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, JOHN THYS Organizations: NATO, Defense, Newsweek, Thomson Reuters, Biden, Montenegrin, Reuters, Los Angeles Police Department, Getty Locations: Brussels, Europe, United States, Turkey, Afghanistan, Washington, Iraq, Montenegro, North Macedonia, . North Macedonia, AFP, Ukraine, Georgia, Russia, Moscow
A federal judge whose ruling last week to strike down California's three-decade-old assault weapons ban garnered swift backlash is drawing more criticism over his claims about Covid-19 vaccines, firearm injuries and other subjects. An analysis by Newsweek of the last 80 mass shootings in the U.S. found that 26 percent involved the use of AR-15 rifles. NBC News defines a mass shooting as a single incident involving three or more people who have been shot in a public place. He has written that the Second Amendment "gets even less respect" than Rodney Dangerfield, a nod to the late comedian's shtick. Levinson said the potential unraveling of California's assault weapons ban shows how federal judicial appointments, which are lifelong, can having lasting effects on many issues.
Persons: Roger Benitez's, Rob Bonta, Jessica Levinson, Benitez's, Benitez, Johnson, James Miller, Heather Sher, Sher, Laurence Tribe, George W, Bush, Rodney Dangerfield, shtick, Josh Blackman, Blackman, Levinson Organizations: U.S, District, Loyola Marymount University, Swiss Army, Newsweek, NBC, Disease Control, Gun, Parkland, Harvard Law School, Southern, Southern District of, American Bar Association, Senate, Circuit, South Texas College of Law Houston, Cato Institute, Observers Locations: Covid, California, Angeles, U.S, Swiss, San Jose, Orange County, Thousand Oaks, San Diego, Parkland , Florida, Broward County, Southern District, Southern District of California
Trump's speech at the North Carolina GOP Convention on Saturday night was the first pubic address in months. Both Fox News and CNN chose not to broadcast the address, Newsweek reported. Fox News and CNN did not broadcast former President Donald Trump's first public speech in three months, Newsweek reported. CNN dedicated a segment to analyzing the importance of the address instead of actually airing Trump's speech, Newsweek said. During the address, Trump endorsed Rep. Ted Budd for the Senate seat being vacated by three-term Sen. Richard Burr in 2022.
Persons: Donald Trump's, " Watters, Read, Yelena Dzhanova, Trump, Ted Budd, Sen, Richard Burr, Lara Trump, Eric Trump, Insider's John L, Dorman Organizations: North, North Carolina GOP Convention, Fox News, CNN, Newsweek, America, North Carolina GOP, Convention, Conservative Political, Fox, Trump, MSNBC Locations: North Carolina
Trump's speech at the North Carolina GOP Convention on Saturday night was the first pubic address in months. Both Fox News and CNN chose not to broadcast the address, Newsweek reported. Fox News and CNN did not broadcast former President Donald Trump's first public speech in three months, Newsweek reported. CNN dedicated a segment to analyzing the importance of the address instead of actually airing Trump's speech, Newsweek said. During the address, Trump endorsed Rep. Ted Budd for the Senate seat being vacated by three-term Sen. Richard Burr in 2022.
Persons: Donald Trump's, " Watters, Read, Yelena Dzhanova, Trump, Ted Budd, Sen, Richard Burr, Lara Trump, Eric Trump, Insider's John L, Dorman Organizations: North, North Carolina GOP Convention, Fox News, CNN, Newsweek, America, North Carolina GOP, Convention, Conservative Political, Fox, Trump, MSNBC Locations: North Carolina
A massive sinkhole that continues to grow is threatening to swallow a home near Mexico's capital. The crater, which appeared Saturday in Santa Maria Zacatepec, is filled with water, according to footage of the scene. The hole began at just over 5 yards wide but has since ballooned to 75 yards wide, officials said. Puebla state governor Miguel Barbosa described the situation as "a matter of enormous risk," according to Newsweek. Sinkholes form when groundwater circulates underground, dissolving the rock beneath the surface, according to the United States Geological Survey.
Persons: Santa Maria Zacatepec, Miguel Barbosa, Barbosa, Magdalena, Heriberto Sánchez, Magdalena Sánchez, El Sol de Organizations: Newsweek, United States Geological Survey Locations: Mexico's, Santa Maria, Mexico City, Puebla
Corporate America and Hollywood: A Love Story
  + stars: | 2021-05-29 | by ( Inti Pacheco | Erich Schwartzel | ) www.wsj.com + 0.97   time to read: +1 min
The tech giants stormed Hollywood this past week: Amazon.com Inc. announced its plan to buy the storied MGM studio for nearly $8.5 billion, including debt. The story of outsiders trying to take on Hollywood is one with many sequels. Long-gone players have included Coca-Cola Co., Gulf & Western and General Electric Co.Nearly all the outsiders have ended up slinking out of town, defeated. When Sony Group Corp. bought Columbia Pictures in 1989, the cover of Newsweek declared JAPAN INVADES HOLLYWOOD.” Very little at what is now Sony Pictures changed, outside of the installation of a sushi bar, but similar concerns were raised when Chinese investment started flooding into Hollywood around 2015. The move lowers AT&T’s debt load and returns the company’s focus to its core telecom business.
Persons: There’s Organizations: Hollywood, Inc, MGM, Gulf & Western, General Electric Co, Sony Group Corp, Columbia Pictures, Newsweek, HOLLYWOOD, Sony Pictures Locations: Los Angeles, Gulf, JAPAN, Hollywood, WarnerMedia
An asteroid possibly bigger than the Eiffel Tower is expected to fly past Earth next week. An asteroid that could be taller than the Eiffel Tower is expected to shoot past Earth next month. NASA usually determines whether an asteroid is possibly hazardous by examining its size and distance from our planet. It is estimated that the distance the rock will actually swing past Earth is around 4.5 million miles. It will fly past Earth at a speed of roughly 40,000 mph, per NASA.
Organizations: NASA, Newsweek, NFL, The Washington Newsday, agency's Center Locations: datasheet
The Senate confirmed Kristen Clarke to lead the Civil Rights division of the Justice Department — making her the first woman and the first Black woman to helm the powerful post. In a vote of 51-48, the Senate confirmed Clarke as Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights. Clarke previously led the Civil Rights Bureau at the New York attorney general’s office. In 2015, she was also named head of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, during which time the organization said it filed more than 250 lawsuits on voting rights, education, hate crimes and housing, among other areas. She acknowledged this past January that giving the professor a platform was a mistake, and touted her record on antisemitism in her civil rights work.
Persons: Kristen Clarke, Justice Department —, Clarke, Sen, Susan Collins of, George Floyd’s, Kamala Harris, Joe Manchin, Lisa Murkowski, Arkansas Republican Sen, Tom Cotton, Donald Trump's, Cotton, Mitch McConnell, George Floyd's, Dick Durbin Organizations: Civil Rights, Justice Department, Senate, Republican, Civil, New, , Republicans, Harvard Black Students Association, Harvard Crimson, Twitter, Arkansas Republican, Newsweek, Police, of Justice Locations: Susan Collins of Maine, New York, Sens, Va, Alaska, Ky, Minnesota, United States
A host on One America News has accused Newsmax of being a "left-leaning organization," Newsweek reported. He said that Newsmax did not back former President Donald Trump strongly enough after the 2020 election. So much so that an OAN host has challenged the right-wing credentials of pro-Trump Newsmax by calling it a "left-leaning organization," Newsweek reported. "If you dig deeper under the Newsmax image of so-called conservative news, you'll find a very different, much more left-leaning organization," he said. Newsmax has an editorial policy of "being supportive of the President [Trump] and his policies," the network's founder told The New Yorker.
Persons: Newsmax, Donald Trump, Pearson Sharp, Lachlan Murdoch, Tucker Carlson, Trump, who's, Fox's, Sharp, you'll, Biden, Pearson, Insider's Jacob Shamsian, OAN Organizations: America, Newsweek, Trump, Fox News, One America, Fox, New Yorker, Dominion Voting Systems, The
A Canadian soldier is facing 18 charges for serving weed-laced cupcakes to soldiers. Her colleagues consumed the baked goods during a live-fire training exercise, court documents said. A Canadian soldier is facing 18 charges for serving weed-laced cupcakes to an artillery unit during a live-fire training exercise, a Newsweek report alleged. Bombardier Chelsea Cogswell is accused of feeding the cannabis confectionary to her unit at an army combat training facility in New Brunswick, Canada in July 2018, according to court documents. Her colleagues unknowingly consumed the cupcakes and all but one are said to have experienced symptoms including dehydration, overheating, fatigue, confusion, dry mouth, and paranoia, the court documents said.
Persons: Bombardier Chelsea Cogswell, Cogswell Organizations: Newsweek, Bombardier, Royal Canadian Artillery School, Military, Canadian Armed Forces, Canadian Department of National Defense Locations: New Brunswick, Canada
A summit between President Joe Biden and President Vladimir Putin should focus on topics where they can agree on something rather than rehashing irreconcilable differences. A potential summit between US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, likely to take place in Europe, would come at an especially turbulent time in the US-Russia relationship. Putin listens to Biden during a virtual global climate summit, in Moscow, April 22, 2021. Biden and Putin should at the very least come to an understanding on stopping the escalatory cycle at its current state. The Russian Foreign Ministry suggested such an initiative was possible.
Persons: Antony Blinken, Sergei Lavrov, Joe Biden, Vladimir Putin, Daniel R, Biden, Putin, Alexei Navalny, Dmitri Lovetsky, Alexei Navalny's, excoriate Putin, Alexei Druzhinin, Tatyana Makeyeva Organizations: Defense, Newsweek, Russian, Arctic, White, Business, Service, NATO, UN Security Council, Sputnik, REUTERS, Reuters, Russia Council, Biden, Putin, Russian Foreign Ministry Locations: Europe, US, Russia, Washington, Moscow, St . Petersburg, Russian, Georgia, Ukraine, Syria, Kremlin, REUTERS Ukraine, Kiev, Ukrainian, Minsk, Crimea
Mysterious British investor Ian Osborne has dazzled the tech and finance industries through Social Capital Hedosophia, his SPAC with Chamath Palihapitiya. "How he got to the level he did, I don't know but it's an art," one longtime friend and business associate told Insider. The visit included a star-studded party at Michael Bloomberg's Upper East Side home, a former Johnson official told Insider. "They were dispatched by Jack to try to stop the book," another person, who heard about the operation directly from Osborne's camp, told Insider, referring to Twitter cofounder Jack Dorsey. Osborne told Insider he did not seek out or obtain the book proposal or try stop the book, but instead forwarded along publicly available documents.
Persons: Ian Osborne, Chamath Palihapitiya, Osborne, Palihapitiya, Osborne clapped, he's, Hedosophia, didn't, Li Ka, Ronald Perelman, Jack Ma, Snap's Evan Spiegel, , Rupert, Sean Parker, Marc Benioff, that's, David Cameron, Cameron, Ripley, Matt Damon, Michael Bloomberg, Reuters Kevin Sheekey, Michael Wolff, Andrew Ross Sorkin, Kevin Sheekey, Rupert Murdoch, Murdoch, Michael, Wolff, Connaught, Yuri Milner, Hubert Burda, Burda, Jim Breyer, BrauerPhotos, Boris Johnson, Michael Bloomberg's, Johnson, Jesus, Madonna, Toby Young, Ian, Young, Milner, Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jennings, Julia, Spotify's Daniel Ek, Foursquare's Dennis Crowley, Twitter's Jack Dorsey, Nick Bilton, Bilton, Jack, Jack Dorsey, Johanna Baumann, Valentin Stalf, Evan Spiegel, Ma, Spiegel, Snapchat, Alibaba, Imran Khan, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Brendan McDermid, barker, Osborne's, Jamie Organizations: Social Capital Hedosophia, New York Stock Exchange, Twitter, Social Capital, Virgin Galactic, Financial Times, Service, Davos, Bloomberg, Former New York City, Reuters, NYC Municipal Archives, Newsweek, New York Times, News Corp, Osborne, Partners, SCH, Paul's, King's College, London School of Economics, Financial, DST, Horizons Ventures, Breyer Capital, Johnson, Economic, Facebook, DST Global, Getty, Wired, White, Clover Health, SPH, US Department of Justice, Securities, Exchange Commission Locations: British, Amsterdam, Silicon Valley, Downing, Hong Kong, London, Manhattan, New York, Connaught, German, Germany, Davos, Switzerland, Russian, California, Altos, Moscow, Russia, Osborne, BrauerPhotos, Europe
Mike Lindell held a rally in South Dakota Monday to speak about his voter-fraud website Frank. The Dickinson Press reported that guests stood in line for hours – but the venue was only half-full. Supporters of MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell stood in line for hours to attend his rally in South Dakota on Monday – but the Corn Palace venue was only half-full for the event. Photos shared on Twitter show lines snaking around the Corn Palace in Mitchell. His Corn Palace rally was sandwiched between a Dakota Wesleyan University graduation ceremony and an event by the American Corn Hole Association.
Persons: Mike Lindell, Frank, Ben Carson, Eric Metaxas, Joe Piscopo, Lindell, Doug Greenway, Insider's Kevin Shalvey, Donald Trump, Zachary Petrizzo, Trump, Read, Mitchell Organizations: Dickinson Press, Twitter, Service, Lindell, Dominion, Trump, Newsweek, Commission, South Dakota GOP, Dakota Wesleyan University, Hole Association, YouTube Locations: South Dakota, Mitchell, Minnesota, Nebraska, Texas
Mike Lindell held a rally in South Dakota on Monday to speak about his voter-fraud website, Frank. The Dickinson Press reported that guests stood in line for hours — but the venue was only half full. Supporters of MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell were said to have stood in line for hours to attend his rally in South Dakota on Monday — but the Corn Palace venue was only half full for the event. The venue fits about 3,000 people, and photos on Twitter suggest it was about half full for the event. His Corn Palace rally was sandwiched between a Dakota Wesleyan University graduation ceremony and an event by the American Corn Hole Association.
Persons: Mike Lindell, Frank, Ben Carson, Eric Metaxas, Joe Piscopo, Lindell, Doug Greenway, Insider's Kevin Shalvey, Donald Trump, Zachary Petrizzo, Trump, Read, Mitchell Organizations: Dickinson Press, Twitter, Lindell, Dominion, Trump, Newsweek, Commission, South Dakota GOP, Dakota Wesleyan University, Hole Association, YouTube Locations: South Dakota, Mitchell, Minnesota, Nebraska, Texas
He claimed their case is "coming apart at the seams" and that "it's over for them." Mike Lindell, MyPillow CEO and zealous supporter of former President Donald Trump, has offered further criticism of Dominion Voting Systems' $1.3 billion lawsuit against him. During a conversation with Steve Bannon on the "Real America's Voice" program on Saturday, he said the company's case is "coming apart at the seams," Newsweek reported. Seeking to flip the lawsuit back on Dominion, Lindell filed a $1.6 billion countersuit in April. Lindell accused Dominion of presiding over a "big cover-up," which, he said, is "coming apart at the seams."
Persons: Mike Lindell, Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, Lindell, Joe Biden's, Bannon, we've Organizations: Voting Systems, Newsweek, Dominion, Election, Software Locations: Arizona
A widely shared video showing an apparent vote to “elect” a new school district board in Vail, Arizona, and to eliminate mask mandates in schools has caused confusion on social media. The claim made online that the parents elected themselves to their local school board to overturn mask mandates is untrue. The scene prompted social media posts that mistakenly echoed the claim that the school board members had “quit” in response to the demonstration and those protestors had validly elected a new board here , here . In a tweet here , Tim Swain, a U.S. Senate candidate from South Carolina, alleged parents “took over the school board - all according to the rules”. School board elections are part of the general election, the Arizona School Boards Association states here .
Persons: , , StevenTyler Daniels, they’ve, Tim Swain, Doug Dacey, Darcy Mentone, Mentone, Read Organizations: Vail, Patriot Party of Arizona, Arizona Daily Star, U.S, Facebook, Vail Education Center, Officials, Communications, Public Affairs, Vail Unified School District, Reuters, , Arizona School, Association, Newsweek Locations: Vail , Arizona, Vail, South Carolina, Arizona, COVID, Vail’s
REUTERS/Anton VaganovCurrently, US-Russia relations can be categorized charitably as unproductive. Stressing that additional deescalation would have negative repercussions for both the US and Russia, Biden emphasized that "[t]he way forward is through thoughtful dialogue and diplomatic process." Because strategic stability remains the top priority in US-Russia relations, it should be at the very top of the agenda for any summit meeting. Yet at a time when the US-Russia relationship is at its lowest point in the post-Cold War era, even minor remedial steps can have major dividends down the road. "The United States is not looking to kick off a cycle of escalation and conflict with Russia," Biden told the American people earlier this month.
Persons: Joe Biden, Daniel R, Biden, Alexei Navalny, Anton Vaganov, Anatoly Antonov, hasn't, John Sullivan isn't, Vladimir Putin, J.T, Armstrong Biden's, Putin, Alexei Druzhinin Organizations: Defense, Newsweek, Moscow, REUTERS, Russian Defense Ministry, Minuteman, Vandenberg Air Force Base, US Air Force, Staff, White, Putin, Biden, Sputnik Locations: Russia, China, St . Petersburg, US, Russian, Washington, DC, Moscow, California, New, Kremlin, REUTERS Washington, United States
The family of Ashli Babbitt — the woman who was fatally shot while storming the Capitol on Jan. 6 — is planning to sue the US Capitol Police Department and the officer who killed her, the family's lawyer told Newsweek. This story is developing. Please check back for updates.
Persons: Ashli Babbitt Organizations: US Capitol Police Department, Newsweek
A cloud of colored smoke appears as a mob of supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump storm the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, January 6, 2021. Terrell Roberts, an attorney for the Babbitt family, told CNBC on Thursday that it had not been determined when, or in which court, the civil lawsuit against the U.S. Capitol Police would be filed. The family of Ashli Babbitt, who was fatally shot while participating in the Jan. 6 invasion of the U.S. Capitol, plans to sue the police department and the officer who fired the gun for at least $10 million. Babbitt was shot once in the left shoulder by an officer inside the lobby who had drawn his service pistol. The family objected to the DOJ's decision and vowed to pursue civil action.
Persons: Donald Trump, Terrell Roberts, Babbitt, Ashli Babbitt, Roberts, Joe Biden's, Trump, USCP Organizations: U.S, Capitol, CNBC, U.S . Capitol Police, U.S . Capitol, Air Force, derailing, Justice Department, Washington Hospital Center, DOJ, Washington , D.C, Newsweek Locations: Washington, Washington ,
A Tennessee man was recorded on video allegedly harassing a teenage boy who decided to wear a dress to his prom on Saturday night, saying the teenager looked like an "idiot." According to Stevens, a man approached the couple and asked whether Stevens knew what he was wearing. The man, who has been identified as VisuWell CEO Sam Johnson, allegedly asked why Stevens chose to wear a dress. "We had just sat down for dinner at this restaurant that we frequent, and I was returning from the restroom when I was presented with their loud cursing," Johnson told Newsweek. Johnson told Newsweek that he left the hotel of his own free will.
Persons: Dalton Stevens, Jacob Geitmann, Stevens, Sam Johnson, ” Stevens, Johnson, ” Geitmann, ” Johnson, Geitmann, , Charles Warner, Warner, Dia Morgan, ” Morgan, Organizations: NBC, Franklin High School, NBC News, Geitmann, Newsweek, The Franklin Police Department, Franklin Police, Franklin Police Department, Department Locations: Tennessee, Franklin, Nashville
Joe Biden's infrastructure plan would provide jobs and a better standard of living for millions of Appalachians. Joe Biden's infrastructure plan would be a godsend to Appalachia, the region I grew up in and still call home. Biden's infrastructure plan can change that. Joe Biden's infrastructure plan stands to do the same for us living the 21st century, but it requires the political will to get it done. Biden's infrastructure plan would finally replace this deathtrap, but Mitch McConnell has vowed to oppose it.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Skylar Baker, Jordan, Kari Collins, Leslie County , Kentucky —, Franklin, Mitch McConnell, Brent, Mitch, Marsha Blackburn, Biden's, , Joe Biden Organizations: Appalachian, POWER, Lexington Herald, Tennessee Valley Authority, Independent, Salon, Newsweek, Huff Post Locations: Appalachia, Joe, Tennessee, Lexington, Leslie County , Kentucky, Lake, Norris, Ohio, Kentucky, Dayton , Ohio, Pittsburgh, Pigeon
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