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September 20, 2007

Ouch. I certainly envisioned the start on Sunday ending in a much different manner than it did, but it didn’t. For those second guessing anything, from me being in the game to my throwing a ‘hanging’ fastball, don’t. At 69 pitches I was fine, it came down to two horribly executed split fingered fastballs that both got whacked. I had Jason in a spot to do a bunch of different things to end the AB, and didn’t. Same with Derek. Two strikes and a litany of options, none of them being a split hanging on the inside corner.

As for the Toronto series all I will say is we ran into two guys that couldn’t have been more dominating. McGowen had as good a stuff as anyone we’ve seen this year. He was hitting the upper 90’s most of the night and his slider/cutter was hovering between 90-95mph from the first inning on. Burnett, well when AJ’s on he can dominate any lineup any day.

We made no excuses and have none, it’s on us. We’ll find out over the next 9 games who we are and what we’re made of. We played ourselves into this cushion and we’re at the point of using it up. Tip your hat to the Yanks for playing as well as they have too, regardless of how well anyone has done they’ve put themselves into this position by answering the bell when they needed to.

I would tell you we’ll do the same. We’ll right the ship starting tomorrow and get after it from there.

As far as FF goes, turned out to be a good week.

Meter got the beating he deserved and I managed to hold on in the Sox league when McNabb proved ineffective Monday night and allowed me to keep my lead over Mike Lowell.

This was Meter’s team







My team was the same except I had Gore and Westbrook over Addai and Johnson, and I had Wilkins kicking instead of Graham. Westbrooks Monday night sealed the first of what should be 14 straight wins over John Meter Madden.

43 Comments leave one →
  1. soxfanindan permalink
    September 20, 2007 12:28 pm

    I am shellshocked! I cant believe this is happening now! It is really hard to be a Sox fan at times. This is one of those times. I hope you guys can get it together this week. It has been such a great year, It would just plain suck to end like this.

  2. mmeubiquitous permalink
    September 20, 2007 12:38 pm

    It sucks, but it happens. I believe in you guys.

  3. September 20, 2007 12:58 pm

    Honestly, you guys look to beat up and tired. Even if you win three games (which is no guarantee if Beckett’s only starting two of them), you just don’t look like a team that’s going to do anything but lay down in the playoffs. Just a repeat of ’05’s three-and-out. Assuming we don’t see a repeat of ’06’s “ok, let’s dust off the golf clubs”, anyway.

    Now that Matsuzaka has his “adjustment year” out of the way, perhaps he can make the Beckett Turnaround. Could be a good thing shaping up for ’08, if you guys don’t run out of gas again.

    You guys DO have conditioning coaches, don’t you?

  4. mickeymantle permalink
    September 20, 2007 1:00 pm

    Curt, I’m impressed you tipped your cap to the almighty Yankees. Can you believe the miraculous come back they are about to accomplish??? 14 1/2 back on May 29th. And it’s not really because the Red Sox haven’t been playing well. You’ve been playing over .500 after playing almost over .600 up until May 29th. The Yankees are just playing better than anybody has all year since May 29th. And Red Sox fans don’t give me this Manny isn’t in that’s why we’re losing now. The Yankees lost two perennial 100+ RBI guys all of last year in Matsui and Sheffield…and they still won the division. Manny has been out for like 20 days and he won’t even reach 100 RBI this year anyway.

    Nice pick with Frank Gore by the way, Curt. He’s going to be nasty this year.


  5. auraandmystique permalink
    September 20, 2007 1:00 pm

    What an incredible collapse it has been! The most ridiculous part is reading quotes from Francona, making excuses for the fact that most of this team is not hustling, not concentrating, nursing injuries (real or imaginary) or wilting at the end of a long season… plus we have to keep a straight fact while Papelbon actually comments that “his head wasn’t really into it” when he got smoked by the Yankees? What a sad cop-out! When would his head be into it… during a Tuesday night get-away game in front of 8,000 fans against Tampa in May? All of the quotes out of Boston these days are basically conceding that they are going to lose the AL East… how weak! This team has no fight in it and Francona knows it. Face it Curt, the Sox will be a first round doormat for the Angels or Indians and you will be pitching in the NL next year. 27 in ’07, believe that!

  6. yankeeinthehub permalink
    September 20, 2007 1:01 pm

    Loving life right now. I have been listening all year about how dominant the Sox are, and I have been preaching that injuries are the great equalizer. The Yankees had them in the beginning, and now the Sox are having some struggles. Look, even though I’m a Yankee lover, the Sox are gonna make the playoffs and then the real season begins. Your team is good, you have good pitching and good defense (2nd in the league I believe) so those are the recipes for playoff success. I hope we meet in the ALCS

  7. jimmykc permalink
    September 20, 2007 1:06 pm

    To those who have joined the bandwagon during the last decade, welcome to the Red Sox labyrinth. Those like myself who have lived and died with the Sox for more than 50 years have learned to hope for the best and expect the worst. However,2004 proved that a dedicated group of players pulling together can turn things around at any point in time. I say bring on the Yankees or any one else who thinks they are better than this group and try to prove it on the field. And, no, I haven’t given up on Curt, Gagne or a darned one of them and am looking forward to the playoffs.

  8. mike3183 permalink
    September 20, 2007 1:21 pm

    Don’t worry about it Shill. Hopefully beckett gets out there tomorrow with a W and you sweap the Rays.. Just get Manny, Youk healthy and lets win this thing!

  9. September 20, 2007 1:50 pm

    I’m a Yanks fan, I grew up in Bklyn during the 70s, but I love reading your blog.

    That was a great game, excellent pitching. Interesting to know the discussion between you and Varitek when pitching to Jeter. What was it three visits?

    Anyhow couldn’t have been more anxious than that bottom inning with Ortiz up to bat with the bases loaded. This will be an interesting stretch for both teams, but somehow I see both facing each other for the AL pennant.

  10. mcguirk permalink
    September 20, 2007 1:54 pm

    I want to send Tito a letter and tell him it’s okay. we all wanted the division and we know you all wanted it too. But everybody ran out of gas. Everybody just ran out gas. Tim Wakefield won 16 games over 40 and with a knuckleball. Papi played through pain and had his best year ever BA-wise. Josh Beckett matured into a man. Curt you came back and pitched your a** off and got two Ls for it. Okajima gave us that first appearance vs the yanks in April. Coco hit two dingers in one game and made innumerable great catches. Lugo responded to the crowd’s standing O and got out of his funk. Drew has health issues with one of his kids. Mike Timlin had that 10 game scoreless stretch after sucking even though he’s 90 yrs old. they just ran out of gas. we’re not the yankees. we don’t win every year, or even so much. but when we do win it is against the odds and a moment in history that is never repeated. and is envied by everyone who is not cursed with the terrible love God clearly has for us.

  11. game6sockwasfake permalink
    September 20, 2007 2:56 pm

    man your site IS awesome…

    not much else going on in your world right now huh?

    way to hold off lowell in Fantasy though!

    You clearly dont realize that you hold the attention of the most pathetic sports fans in all the world and you dedicate 50% of your blog to Fantasy Football updates…

    just awesome!

    i am off to check out jeter’s blog on who he beat at cards before gametime yesterday…

  12. theotherm permalink
    September 20, 2007 2:57 pm

    It does suck right now and at this point I feel numb but I’m going to Fenway Tuesday night and I’ll still be cheering you all on…and I’ll be LOUD!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    GO SOX!

  13. kekich permalink
    September 20, 2007 3:12 pm

    We already have a World Series. Win the darn Division Curt!!!

  14. eric1414 permalink
    September 20, 2007 3:31 pm

    IMO everyone just needs to chill down a bit – Yes, I would agree times like these test the mettle and loyalty of those who truly are a part of Red Sox Nation. However, lets try to keep in mind that we only need 3 more victories out of 9 games and winning the division doesn’t mean anything in terms of the post-season. From 2002-2004 Baseball crowned teams that won the Wild Card the World Series victors, so it wouldn’t be a total loss of motivation.

    Don’t get me wrong: I would LOVE to see Boston hang on to the division and win it’s first pennant in almost a decade but winning the AL East shouldn’t be the club’s primary purpose. Keeping the lineup healthy and getting the damn bullpen back in order should be number one priority if you ask me. It’s time to step up, none of the remaining games should be considered ‘given Ws’ I don’t care how lousy TB and Minnesota have played for the majority of the season. I want to see some run production and FFS get Manny back in the lineup for Ortiz can rest his knee a bit before it’s go-time.

    Win or Lose, I support my team but let’s build a little momentum heading into the Oakland series.

  15. September 20, 2007 4:22 pm

    No matter what us nutjobs in Red Sox Nation think, all you need to do is get in, and I am confindent you will get in.

  16. redsoxgirl07 permalink
    September 20, 2007 4:51 pm

    Games like Sunday happen. It was just the 2 pitches that killed us. Boston really has to step it up with the Yankees only 2 games behind us we really have to start pushing more!!! It’s gonna be really difficult with Ramirez and Youk out. I heard that if a player is out and a team is doing very well they won’t rush them back onto the field. If that’s the case will we be seeing Youk or Ramirez anytime soon?

  17. falcon64 permalink
    September 20, 2007 6:38 pm

    I’ve watched almost every pitch this season and consider myself a serious fan. Some friends have used the term “obsessed” and asked me to consider how much money I would have made if I had worked a 2nd job for the same # of hours that I have devoted to watching your games on TV or at Fenway rooting for you guys.

    I hope you don’t screen my comments and I hope you share them with the team.

    I’m not one to sugarcoat. This team is not easy to like. This team is inconsistent, has not come together as one cohesive unit, has not come through in the clutch often enough, lacks character, leadership, heart, grit and intensity. It’s obvious(with a few exceptions) that the commitment and passion just isn’t there and it’s been unnerving to watch.

    A good friend of mine, (who starts watching more closely in September), called me this morning after the Toronto sweep and said, “It looks as though you may be right, it just seems like this team is soft and has no soul”. He captured what I have been feeling over the last several weeks, and I’m not alone.

    Enough of the “I believe” and worshiping BS. I’m calling it like I see it.

    Give us a reason to believe. Prove me wrong.

  18. reddog49 permalink
    September 20, 2007 6:54 pm

    Fans fans. Don’t you remember the fabeled September of 2005 when the Chicago White Sox lost and lost and then lost again — so that everyone was wringing their hands and suggesting it was all over???

    It ain’t over until…

    Remember who got out in front so much that they can afford a lousy September.

    Good luck from Chicago.

  19. soxfaninny permalink
    September 20, 2007 8:31 pm

    Sorry Schill. I know that you are loyal to Tito but you should have been out of that game earlier. You hung the first pitch of the 8th and got away with it. There were others. ‘Fess up. Is Theo managing this team via cell phone? That’s the only excuse I will accept for the way Tito has been managing the 8th inning lately. It has been Grady-like. Awful. Just awful.

    And would someone on that bench remind Manny that he is needed out there….and is being paid $25 mil. to play hurt. Maybe you should make him watch a replay of the Krik Gibson homer over and over again until he “gets it”.

  20. firedannyainge permalink
    September 20, 2007 9:10 pm

    The Yankees caught up because they had the easiest schedule imaginable. In fact the only good team they have beaten in two months is the Red Sox.
    Well I should give them some credit because they have no problem beating the crappy teams like Toronto where as the Red Sox seem to have quit and I am not the only fan believing that is the case.

    Sounds to me like you are campaigning for a spot on the Yankees next year. This is the second time in the last few blogs you have done this and frankly it is the last thing this Red Sox fan wants to hear right now.

    I have chastised the trolls on your blog when they acted like trolls because they only come here to be jerks but as a Red Sox fan I believe in being honest and frankly the tank job done by the Red Sox has been disgusting. The only people on this team IMO has no blame at all are the kids, David Ortiz who is playing on one leg right now and any player in his first league of MLB. Ups and downs come with being new. That excuse does not however hold up when it comes to players like you who frankly have not been doing their jobs.

    IMO the Red Sox players could care less about the fans. You don’t care what we as fans have to go through when it comes to you guys falling a part. You don’t care that we have to now listen to Yankee fans about another Red Sox collapse. I can defend you until I am blue in the face and I do but for get it. This probably isn’t even being read.

    You said it when you said we will see what this team is made of the next 9 games. That is the first sign of fire I have seen from anyone on this team in months.

    I was at the Friday game (My first Red Sox/ Yankee game EVER) where the bull pen blew the 7-2 lead and I want my “mentally unprepared” money back.

  21. September 20, 2007 9:35 pm

    Hey, you’re going to have weeks like this. I say let the bad baseball get out of the Red Sox system now, before the playoffs and let NY peak now. Go Bo Sox!!!

  22. theomnipotentq permalink
    September 20, 2007 10:37 pm

    Go get them, Curt! All of us Red Sox fans here in New York City at Professor Thom’s pub are behind you and the boys 1000%!!! Bring home the division title!

  23. ngruk permalink
    September 21, 2007 3:43 am

    As much as I enjoy reading your blog, it seems like the time you spend writing would be better invested by getting the team together and asking everyone if they actually *want* to win the pennant, let alone the World Series.

    Right now the answer to that question seems to be a resoundingly apathetic “Eh, maybe next year.”

  24. poltroop permalink
    September 21, 2007 4:39 am


    Ever think about messing with the idiots and bringing in a katsup bottle in the dugout with you? lay the bottle and a bleached white sock beside you on the bench for all the cameras to see, wouldn’t that be classic.

  25. mjolnir2k permalink
    September 21, 2007 8:01 am

    I just don’t understand the use of the bullpen by Francona sometimes. I am also very challenged to understand this blind loyalty to Gagne, who has not shown any reason to have such faith placed in him.

    While I am sure he’s a decent guy, his performance since coming to the Sox has been horrendous (and that’s being kind). By my estimation he has cost the Sox a minimum of 6 games.

    So on a night when the Sox needed to win and holding a slim 2-1 lead in the 8th, Francona sits on his hands and watches yet another implosion by Gagne.

    I just can’t comprehend what Francona was thinking after watching Gagne walk the bases loaded, then walk a run in to tie the that point isn’t it blatantly obvious to EVERYONE what is going to happen. Why not get Delcarmen or Tavarez, (or hell the guy in the 3rd row eatinng nacho’s would do) out of the pen and try to get out of the inning as opposed to just sitting there waiting for the explosion??

    This is about the 4th or 5th time in the last month that the bullpen use has been very questionable. Don’t get me started on using your two best relievers in game one of a double header (against the Angels), while having a 4 run lead, then having to use your very suspect closer (the same E. Gagne) to try and secure a one run game in the nightcap. Can you remember how that move turned out…yep, another game given away! Terry has to take the hit for that loss, just as he does for the loss the other night. Just poor managing.

    So, while I agree it’s time for the players to step up and show what type of competative spirit they have (HELLO JD DREW) it’s also time for Francona to step up and start using his assets properly.

    All is not lost, but it’s time to get it in gear. Let’s see a little passion out there guys! We believe, but we need a reason to continue to believe.

  26. 2ndgensoxfan permalink
    September 21, 2007 9:18 am

    I’m SO sick of these post-2004 bandwagon jumpers whining. You know what? I’m glad you newbies are squirming. How do you like all those phone calls and emails from your Yankee “friends”? I had do deal with that from my adult life from 1978 to 2004. Deal with it.

    Here’s what it comes down to: pitching and defense wins championships. The Yankees have been playing the sub-.500 teams WE were playing on our hot streaks. Our D is better. The pitching is even and now with the crumble of Gagne and tiredness of Okie, the bullpens are equal. Just sport your caps and t-shirts, tell your Yankee friends that the team and A-Rod will choke again and keep the faith. GO SOX!!

    P.S. Curt? Don’t shake Veritek off in any playoff games you pitch in, ok?

  27. theyankeeswin permalink
    September 21, 2007 1:23 pm

    Much as NYC was thrilled by Schill’s 2 lousy pitches last weekend — and the stumble in Toronto — and touched by the panic in Red Sawx Nation, we still know that the Sawx will make the playoffs one way or another. And we’re looking forward to seeing you in the ALCS. So…take a chill pill, visit CVS and pick up some Children’s Tylenol for Manny (and perhaps Papi) and get ready for October…

  28. augustwest permalink
    September 21, 2007 1:33 pm

    Hey, I have every reason to believe you’ll go 2 out of 3 in Tampa and sweep the Twins at home and render the Yankees finish a non-issue but there’s stuff I just don’t understand. I ‘aint a pro and won’t ever be but I played at a high enough level to understand the basic tenets of bullpen mgmt and Uncle Tito has been huntin’ without a rifle lately. Bringing in Gagne in the 8th of a one-run game is fine but how do you do this, in good conscience, w/out simultaneously getting someone up to prepare for the worst (some would say inevitable). I understand people make mistakes, but this was an easy one to see coming and an easier one to avoid.

    And I understand that Manny has a boo-boo on his oblique and it’s probably painful as all hell to swing (and probably, because he did it swinging, he’s going to be shy to let er loose once he does come back), but do you have any idea what message it sends to folks living, breathing and dying through this team to see him frolicking across the outfield during bp like he’s chasing butterflies w/out a care in the world? I know he’s a character and none of us hear the drummer that’s beating the soundtrack of his life, but c’mon a few pained expressions would go a long way in convincing us that he really gives a rip about being 1.5 up with 9 to play.

    And last, but not least, please don’t allow our hitters to be intimidated again without some sort of retribution in the other direction. Like it or not, you’re the senior slinger on that staff and it’s your job to protect the clubhouse ethos. In no way, shape or form should Pedroia have had a ball thrown over his head because the mental giant masquerading as an Oriole starter screwed up his assignment on a squeeze. Sox staff had a game and a quarter to set things straight (without compromising a w), and they didn’t and that’s on your watch. Please don’t let it happen again, those of us filled with anger over these sorts of bullish intimidations look up to you and to those cagy vets who don’t let this crap happen without reprisal.

    I’m pulling for you.


  29. montpelierfan permalink
    September 21, 2007 3:00 pm

    Curt, baby, love ya dude but . . . in your last two blog posts you seem much, much more interested in talking about fantasy football, as opposed to helping us understand why the Sox have had such a horrible – and increasingly worse – second half. I guess it creates a say-it-ain’t-so theory in my head that once football starts, you guys get pumped up about your fantasy league and that takes focus and energy away from your actual jobs: which is to win baseball games!

    We don’t want the President of Red Sox Nation to have to step in and ban fantasy leagues in the clubhouse.

    Again, love ya dude and always will, but we need to see some HEART and some PASSION and some burning DESIRE to win games. We saw it last year. We saw it in ’04. We are waiting, anxiously, to see it again. We are ready to BELIEVE if we are given something to believe in!

    Play hard, play only baseball (fantasy football can wait), win the division, capture home field, and kick ass in the playoffs!

  30. zebelkinton permalink
    September 21, 2007 5:31 pm

    Just some Journey Lyrics to give the SOX a boost.

    Don’t stop believin’
    Hold on to the feelin’…………and the AL east lead 🙂

  31. schillingsdivagirl permalink
    September 21, 2007 6:42 pm

    Curt, Please speak to Tito and Farrell on behalf of me and the rest of Red Sox nation! what is going on with Gagne in back to back walks knowing his history and not having anyone warmed and ready???? Poor Jonathan, they show he standing there picking at his fingernails with the camera on him while Gagne is just crapping out with the score 4-3 and still throwing balls. I don’t understand at this point of the season and where we are are, that these 2 coaches would let 2 games in a row escalate to such a crash! I love Timlin, but still, you know as well as I that even when he is pitching, YOU NEED to be thinking ahead and having someone warming! It is not rocket science!!! Please with us playing against Tampa Bay and knowing how they can crush the Yankees and do a number on us, please, please do not let us lose this race!!!!! thank you for reading and this is the only way I can make my point and hopefully get it to the 2 head guys!!!! that was worse thanwatching Grady leaving Pedro in too long, sorry buth that is how I felt! Thanks Curt!!!! I still love ya baby!!! Sha Sha

  32. bosocker permalink
    September 21, 2007 9:27 pm

    Brother Curt,

    This is just hillarious to watch tonight. The BoSox had a decent lead going into the 9th against the Rays and now knocking the ball all over the place to take a commanding lead. The Yanks were down 0-4 going into the bottom of the 9th and they score 4 runs with much of that being done with 2 outs. I tell you what, it looks like you guys will get no help from anyone and will have to show every bit of character you can muster to finish this year GREAT. The teams that try their best to beat the Sox are letting up on the Yanks. God’s Plan cannot be figured out, but no matter what happens, this season was a pretty decent one. Winning the prize would be so fine and taking out the yankees in the process would make it sweeeeeeeet. The Sox are still threatening to add more in this blowout as the yankees go into the 11th against the Jays. Well, I am signing off and we will see how it all shakes out. Take care and I hope to see you in the post season and back for another year with my all-time fav team.

    Brother Mike

  33. poltroop permalink
    September 22, 2007 6:39 am

    this clown (Anthony Olivieri, PA SportsTicker Staff Writer) wrote an article called”10 reasons why the Red Sox will collapse”, and I have to say it was the most poorly written article about our team. If this wont rile you up, nothing will.

    listen to this garbage:

    7. The Smug Race – There is no doubt baseball fans in New York and Boston border on the intolerable, wearing cockiness on their sleeves. But Red Sox nation has taken it to a new level after the 2004 World Series title. However, the Red Sox have done nothing since their historic championship to warrant gloating – failing to make it past the division series in 2005 or even into the postseason last campaign. Maybe Boston’s rabid following is getting just a bit ahead of itself. Could it be that the Red Sox just are not that good?

  34. mrmako permalink
    September 22, 2007 7:33 am


    It was great to see you have a pretty good outing, despite the Jeter shot to left. I know you’ll be good for the playoffs….And they are a reality.

    How about the game Commander Kick @$$ of the #%^&-yeah Brigade (as calls him) pitched Friday night? It’s performances like that we need, and you have a start or two left before it really gets tough…..

    Hang in there, as this one might come down to how well you pitch, and not the other guys.

    Vinnie in Japan

  35. soxfanatic2538 permalink
    September 22, 2007 10:33 am

    Hey Curt!

    Watching last Sunday’s game was so aggrivating for a Red Sox fan. I think you did a good job, except for that one pitch. Everybody makes mistakes. For anyone who tries to tell you otherwise, just remind them that. I know you have it in you to come back and make the next start a great one. We may have lost a little bit of a lead to the Yanks, so what? We’re still going to make it into the post-season. Beckett did such a great job last night! Gagne too! Good luck to the team, and best wishes to you and your family!


  36. kimbalee permalink
    September 22, 2007 3:07 pm

    I have faith in you guys!

  37. dadhampton permalink
    September 22, 2007 5:00 pm

    In my opinion, Toronto series confirmed facts – overrated overpaid and overhyped ball club – players spend too much time reading their clippings. Very disappointing, but at least ahead of Toronto in final standings.

    I predict no advance beyond first round.

    Right now the only thing worth rooting for is a Yankee failure to win it all.

    Better luck next year – think I’ll check in about September 15, 2008

  38. dblanch41 permalink
    September 22, 2007 9:00 pm

    I suppose the question we’re all thinking about is not one you’re going to answer– How do we bridge the gap from our starting pitcher to Papelbon?

  39. theotherm permalink
    September 22, 2007 10:42 pm

    YEA!!! Now on to the division…Dazzle us Tuesday Curt!

  40. calsgal permalink
    September 23, 2007 5:04 am

    Curt, Sean McAdams and the ProJo report that your home in Medfield is for sale. Yet, on 3/15/07, you wrote in this blog: “Shonda and I have sold our homes in Arizona and are in the midst of selling our home in Philly as well. Medfield is where we have chosen to raise our children. The town is phenomenal and the people are as well. We feel the public school system offers our kids an enormous advantage and we want to be part of the community there.”

    Can you tell us what’s going on? What about 38 Studios? We really don’t want you to leave, regardless of what happens with the team in the off-season.

  41. soxfanindan permalink
    September 23, 2007 7:36 am

    Well, You are in! Congratulations to the team and all members of Red Sox Nation! A great year so far, but much more to do. Good Health and Good Luck to everyone on the team. Bring it home!!!!!!!!!!

  42. pansearedmeatus permalink
    September 24, 2007 9:38 am

    You may have envisioned it ending differently, but I certainly didn’t. As I said coming into the series, these guys have our number, and you are basically speed dial #1. In fact, you are in the Yankees 5 faves.

    I am utterly disgusted by our performance recently and if it wasn’t for Theo going out and spending money on Al Reyes, we would be looking up at the Yankees yet again. I am sure, come next Sunday, that will be the case anyway. Makes me wanna puke.

  43. soxfanindan permalink
    September 24, 2007 12:40 pm

    Hey Curt, I heard your house is up for sale. What gives? The season isnt even over yet! Are you definatly not comming back next year. I hope you will be back.

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