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  In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
GOP Liefest Begins
GOP: Let's Get Off Iraq
Kissinger OK'd Torture?
D-r-i-v-e   b-y   N-e-w-
Blame the Terrorist
Aunt Norma is missing
Florida Fixed Again? 
Honour he did not earn
Why vote for Kerry?


Quote of the Day

"No, I don't. I think him going to Vietnam 
  was more heroic than my flying fighter jets. 
  I mean, he was in harm's way and I wasn't."  
    --Dubya, asked whether his service in the 
       National Guard was as heroic as Kerry's, 

"Doing lots of cocaine was risky..."


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 Monday    August 30, 2004                                                                                                                   Mike Malloy on AAR weeknights


"Had we had to do it over again, we would look at the consequences of
  catastrophic success, being so successful so fast that an enemy that should
  have surrendered or been done in escaped and lived to fight another day."
     --Dubya, on the dangers of being too successful,    Attribution

 GOP Portrays Bush As Strong Wartime Leader
  Not only that, but he's smart, too - and he fixed Clinton's sick economy

  Click  Here

 House Speaker Dennis Hastert, (R-Sweaty Wrestler), called the Democratic ticket
 "weak on war and wrong on taxes. Folks, it's an easy choice."

 But Democrats were quick to challenge the GOP theme that Bush was a strong leader,
 pointing to his comments in a TV interview suggesting that the war on terror could not be won.

"This is no time to declare defeat," Edwards said. And Democratic Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack
 told reporters in New York, "This is a president who doesn't believe we can win the war on terror."

"We can't beat the terra, that's why you should vote for me..."


 Subject: Hollywood Liberal (LA Rick) live in New York

 I got into JFK, and was met by my step brother Tony, who is a rather large Sicilian Man who
 picked me up in a Black Cadillac. I hadn't seen him in awhile and it was good to hang out with him again.
 We burned one as we headed out of the airport. "So tell me again what it is your doing?", I proceeded to
 tell him about the website, and how I'm here to cover the convention for My website and for Bart.

 "So you want to go into Manhattan?" he asked, "Yeah I got a hotel room already set up there"
 He tells me about how he heard that the whole city was going to be shut down by the convention that it
 was impossible to even get in there, How Penn station was going to be shut down. This was all stuff he
 heard on the news. In the mean time he had to go "make a couple of stops", "to take care of some things."

 He had to go somewhere to pick up a uniform for his brother who is in the NYPD academy. I told him
 to just drop me off at the Jamiaca train station, and I would take my chances at Penn station. I didn't know
 how to get there and neither did he, so we went out of the airport, and asked a couple of people.

 We didn't find the LIRR station, but wound up at a subway station that also had a train into the city.
 (More later, time for me to head out to the big protest rally where they are going to march around the city,
 instead of to central park, because the city refused the permit).


 I just stopped back to the hotel room for a few minutes. a half  million people are here in NY today protesting
 the RNC and the illegal monkey. The protesters started marching from 23rd st. and 7th Ave. moving past
 Madison Square Garden at 12 noon, and as of 4:17 PM they are still marching past the garden..

 I was at the very start of the march, right next to Michael Moore, and Jesse Jackson. We went from 23rd up
 to 34th, turned right went up to Broadway, then turned right and went down to Union Square which is at 17th St.
 When we got to the end of the march. we turned around and started walking back against the crowd which just
 kept coming at us in waves. Now 5 hours later there are people who are just at the starting point and will cover
 the entire legnth of the march. I have never seen a demonstration this big ever. Any Republican ditto monkeys
 watching this must be wondering where all these people came from. Among the crowd are 1000 coffins draped
 in American flags, that are being carried to represent all the people who have died in Iraq. It is an awesome sight.

        FOX News estmates crowd at 600-800 people

 For the complete report and to see some pics of the march, go to www.thehollywoodliberal.com




"Not really. There have been millions of terrible ads against my husband."
    --Pickles Bush, asked whether the Swift Boat lies are unfair,   Attribution

 GOP Urge Bush to Turn Attention From Iraq

  Click  Here

 Nervous Republicans are urging Bush to unveil a robust second-term agenda at his
 convention next week to shift voters' focus from the unpopular war in Iraq and other
 issues that are a distraction to his re-election drive. Some contend the party should
 ditch the GOP-fueled controversy over Kerry's combat record in Vietnam.

"...but that's all we have!"



"John Kerry would do well to get a swifter boat. How pathetic is it
  that he's playing defense on Vietnam when W. didn't even serve?
   -- Maureen Dowd, getting this one right   Attribution

 Subject: BCR Show 52 feedback

 Hi Bart

 I just wanted to tell you how much I liked show 52. I think I laughed out loud
 more than I have for any of your previous shows and your right it did feel different.
 I think it's because you really threw down the gauntlet and declare this to be the people's war.
 Enough pansy ass shit. Time to let the Repugs and the whimp ass Dems have it with both barrels.

 I know I sure am sick of politics and politicians on both sides. I want a real person with some fire
 in their belly to stand up for us and to make us proud. I want someone who will call it like it is and
 not how those greedy self serving bastards that rule Washington say it is. It's pretty obvious that we
 are not going to get that type of leader from the current crop of money grubbing, lobbyist sucking,
 pieces of shit politicians currently squatting on D.C. But we have you Bart and for that I'm grateful.

 Keep swinging that big hammer until you hit something or someone dead center.

 Maria S
 Northern WI

 Marias, thanks.
 I thought 52 was the best show yet.

 If somebody was sitting on the fence, waiting for a good set of shows to order,
 you can't do much better than 50, 51 and 52 - ...unless 52 turns out to be good :)

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 Dueling Quotes

"The reason Kerry and Edwards are offering negative and misleading attacks
  to voters is because they know their liberal record is so out of the mainstream."
    --Brian Jones, a Bush campaign spokesman,     Attribution

"                                                                                                                     "
    -- Kerry and Edwards, too polite to respond, so people assume it's true

 Kissinger Comments Seen As OK for Abuse
   Typical GOP - Torture your way to fun and profit

  Click  Here

 While Argentina's military junta was suppressing dissidents in 1976, Secretary of State
 Henry Kissinger told the country's foreign minister, "If there are things that have to be done,
 you should do them quickly," according to a newly declassified document.

 But a former State Department official who attended Kissinger's meeting in June 1976
 with Argentina's foreign minister said the facts were "a distortion of history."

"It's a canard," said William D. Rogers, who works for Kissinger. "The idea that he would tell
 another country to violate human rights quickly or slowly or under any circumstances is preposterous."

"I'm down with Hank - he's my peeps..."


 Subject:  BCR Show 52

 I prepared myself mentally for vociferous outrage against the BFEE and the timid Democrats.
 As always, you were blunt, articulate, and to-the-point.  Thanks for a good show.  They are consistently at a high level.

 Where is Tommy?  Get on the phone with him, man!  Add Talley and make it a three-way. (don't go there.)

 I'm sending a few thoughts I jotted down while listening.  I made them as short and concise as possible.

 • Halliburton sold Saddam the equipment to sell oil to Russia, Germany, and France.  Thanks to Snarl for enabling the 'mad man.'
 • The goal of the BFEE is to control all life on this planet.
 • Trickle down economics DO NOT work.  It is an elaborate lie.  Why don't the Democrats scream? Microsoft has not hired in ages.
 All you have to do is list every company that got a tax break and how many people they've hired and the wages they pay.
 The repubs are retreating and leaving a scorched nation behind them for the Democrats to rebuild.  It's a cycle.

 • The same record companies that have screwed artists over (especially the dark-skinned blues men)
   since Edison invented the phonograph are crying.
 • Delta is a good example of corporations f-ing the people.  They price gouge.  When the public stops taking the airline,
  they get government handjob bailouts.  They use that bailout money to buy out a regional airline putting attendants and
  service people out of work so they can start gouging again.  Then they give money to Republicans to scream at the
  Democrats for engaging in class warfare.  The flight industry is out of control.
 • Does any Bartcop rule cover Fox continuing to help steal elections because the people refuse to stop them?
  Corporate America is out of control.

 • For a person who spearheaded the 20th century drive for consumer awareness and curbing the corporate fascist tide
   in this country. Ralph Nader is the ultimate flip-flopper for accepting help from the worst corporate bastards the world
   has ever seen (Republican Party).
 • Americans are mostly television watchers.  Al Gore has to get his news network started.
 • The only thing worse than taking 40% of a presidency on vacation is the thought of the monkey actually on the job for the whole time.
 • Bev Harris taking on Diabold is like trying to ring the carnival bell with a tack hammer.

 • What I've noticed in the Olympic coverage I've seen so far: the world hates us.
 • Sarcasm comedy can be enlightening.
  Not to sound like Fox, but I've heard someone say "Republicans need an enemy."

 Thanks for reading.
 Keep swinging!

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"...isn't it hilarious how the absolute worst thing the Right has been able to dredge up about
  John Kerry is that he might sort of maybe have exaggerated some facts about his various
  Vietnam medals and acts of and valor and deeds of astounding heroism, which is sort of like
  saying well sure you saved 10 babies from that burning building, but jeez, you were wearing
  special shoes at the time and by the way couldn't you have saved 11? Traitor! And how hard
  should we guffaw while we note that, as Kerry was volunteering in Vietnam and earning his
  medals and risking his life in the most volatile and ugly and pointless and lethal and hideous
  war in American history unless you count Iraq, which you really really should, Dubya was
 "serving" in the Air National Guard, which we all know translates to mean "hangin' down in
 Tijuana slamming tequila shooters and annoying the waitresses, all while praising Jesus that
 he had a daddy who could keep him away from scary complicated violent stuff."
       --Mark Morford, "Sentient Non-Idiots For Kerry",    Attribution

 At the Republican convention, Aunt Norma is missing

  Click  Here

 It is D-day at the hospital. D-day at the hospital is discharge day. Someone calls to find out about Aunt Norma,
 and the hospital doesn't know. They can't find the responsible family members and -- "where's Aunt Norma?
 Aunt Norma is missing." She has just received the single largest screwing over of her life and she is too damn sick
 to appreciate it. Aunt Norma is dying and, son-of-a-bitch, she can't even find a place to die in peace and some
 comfort. How is that for a lifetime of service to America?

 Subject:  polls dipping


 This WW2 vet just sent an e-mail to the VFW news here in Wisconsin, asking why are our
 Leaders of our Veterans organizations are not condemning the smear attacks on Kerry, Cleland
 and even those back in 2000, on McCain.

 I find that they are  mostly conservative just by reading our VFW and Legion magazines, with articles
 that included Zell Miller, Tim Russert, and Alan Dowd. I was past commander of Legion post # 81,
 VFW member post # 2114 who lost a brother back in Belgium, 1944  and I'm disgusted with the
 leadership, they dont stick up for us veterans.

 A shot of Chinaco for you, Dude  

 Subject: John Kerry

 Fought bravely in Vietnam, there is no quesiton of that.

 But now he and his campaign act like he is afraid to fight and the American
 people are taking this as a sign of weakness. If he doesn't stand up to
 fight the illegitimate money machine, he sure won't stand up to fight terrorism.

 If things keep going like they are, the best we can hope for is Clinton and
 Clark in 2008 and another four years of Bush. The thought makes me sick.

 Keep slugging.

 John LW
 Ramstein AFB

 Florida Fixed Again?
  Absentee ballots go missing  by Greg Palast

  Click  Here

 Although 37,000 citizens have requested absentee ballots, Republican Teresa LePore says
 she'd only received 22,000 when she began the count. Where are the others?  Don't ask: though
 she posts the names of requesters, she won't release the list of those who have voted, an
 eyebrow-raising deviation from standard procedure.

 And she has no intention of counting all the ballots received. She has reserved for herself the
 right to determine which ballots have acceptable signatures. Her opponent, Democrat Art Anderson,
 had asked Theresa to use certified hand-writing experts, instead of her hand-picked hacks, to check the signatures.


 Marion Jones's bad day
  Zero for two this Olympics

  Click  Here

 Italy says no to 'terrorist blackmail'
  They won't give in after the execution of a kidnapped journalist

  Click  Here

 Laura Branigan, Grammy nominee, dead at 47
  If you have a two-week headache, see a doctor

  Click  Here

 Man's HIV Diagnosis False After 8 Years 
 "As his primary care provider, I take full responsibility," the doctor wrote.

  Click  Here


"Some theorize that the real reason these Vietnam vets are doing this is to get even
  for Kerry's vehement anti-Vietnam War rhetoric after he got out of the Navy and led
  the Vietnam Veterans Against the War. They claim that he insinuated that the U.S.
  military was killing babies and women and committing other atrocities. Because they
  insist that was a lie, this is just a quid pro quo. If these vets had the guts of John Kerry
  back then, they, too, would have spoken out against that nonsensical war. It was thanks
  to military people like Kerry that the Vietnam War was brought to a merciful end.
  Without them, the wall at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial would be even longer than
  it is now. That's the truth."
     --Dave Zweifel, "Unheroic Bush behind anti-Kerry lies",    Attribution

  The bottom line with the Vietnam war is - are there really "too few" names on that Wall?

 Kerry campaign attacks Bush over 'war honour he did not earn'

  Click  Here

 After weeks of denigration of Kerry's Vietnam war record, his backers have responded with allegations against Bush
 - including the claim that he was once photographed in uniform wearing a medal ribbon he had not earned.

 As polls showed that Mr Bush had edged ahead of Mr Kerry for the first time, a pro-Kerry organisation labelled the
 President an "impostor" over the photograph, taken in 1970 and discovered in his father's Presidential Library in Houston, Texas.

 Remember that admiral who committed suicide when it was revealed he faked a medal?


 Subject: Dick Tuck

 Hi Bart,

 Dick Tuck had absolutely the best concession speech ever made after his unsuccessful run for Congress:

"The people have spoken... the bastards!


 Watching Bloomberg open NaziCon2004 Monday morning,
 he's going on and on about the "courage" it took for Bush to hold it in New York.

 It took courage to pick an American city to party in?

 I thought "courage" was dropping "the mother of all bombs" on a city of 5 million people...

 The truth is, they picked New York when they thought they could win the war,
 but the reality is that Bush has bungled everything he's touched, expecially the vow
 to bring bin Laden to justice - will New York be reminded of that this week?

 Or will Kerry and Edwards give him a pass?

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"I don't think you give timelines to dictators."
    --President Weak & Stupid, about North Korea and Iran,     Attribution

 Subject: Celebrity Poker

 I only send you $10 a month for Bartcop Radio, and I know that's not much.
 It's what I can afford. Bartcop Radio is important to me.

 But if you EVER, EVER include something as STUPID as celebrity poker again
 on one of your broadcasts, I'll take my $10 a month somewhere else.

 I listen to Bartcop Radio for the politics, not to listen to a bunch of "celebrities"
 I never heard of make fools of themselves. And they aren't even funny.

 Although Bush has turned this country into Nazi Germany, we need humor--even silliness
 --to get through the day.

 But celebrity poker isn't it. Please, please, don't inflict this idiocy on us ever again.

 David, I appreciate the frank feedback, but I'm not real fond of threats.
 I think Wanda Sykes is the funniest woman on the planet, and condensing 2 hours
 of comedy by the funniest woman ever into a few minutes, I think, has some value.
 You don't have to agree with that, but why send me a nasty gram with an ultimatum?

 Let me ask you this: If you purchase a magazine and see an ad, say, for tampons,
 do you fire off a nasty gram to the publisher for printing something you have no use for?
 Or do you turn the page and look for something of value after that ad?

 Most MP3 players have a scroll bar.  If you run into something you don't like,
 it's easy to "turn the page" and find something you like better. If I ever run two hours
 of Celebrity Poker in lieu of doing a real show, please send me another nasty gram.

 Blame the Terrorist Behind that Tree!

  Click  Here

 With this guy, the buck never seems to stop. It just veers crazily around corners, never turns back,
 thunders through the halls of the administration and scares the hell out of those who try to corral it.
 The few times it has been caught in the glare of truth's headlights, its eyes were so wildly insane that
 hunters, even scandal-hardened ones like Woodward, quickly backed off.

 It's time for the buck to stop. The guilty within this destructive administration must be held accountable
 for the massive damage they are causing throughout the world. Someone must pay for the pain and
 humiliation suffered by human beings under our care whom we so cavalierly torture - literally - to death.
 Someone must be held to account for the innocent men, women and children who are nothing more than
 collateral damage and who must die simply because they are there.

 Life is NOT just a box of chocolates. Nor is it an endless video game or just one big television production.
 When American soldiers, sailors and marines are riddled with real bullets - blasted apart by real bombs
 - they don't get up, dust themselves off and go home after the "show." They die. And they stay dead.

 Somebody owes us an explanation.


Marty's Entertainment Page


"They've seen me make decisions,
  You mean like your decision to invade Iraq instead of finding Osama?

 ...they've seen me under trying times,
  You mean in Florida while reading the Goat book instead of being Commander in Chief?

  ...they've seen me weep,

 We saw you weep on the Today Show, days after you were criticized for not having a heart.

  ...they've seen me laugh,

 You mean your grotesque and unfunny trifecta jokes?

  ...they've seen me hug,

 We saw you hug McCain, a man you called a traitor to his fellow POWs.

  ..they've seen me make decisions.

 Yeah, like the decision to lie us into a war that's killed a thousand brave soldiers.

  And they know who I am, and I believe they're comfortable with the fact that they know
  I'm not going to shift principles or shift positions based upon polls and focus groups."
    --Dubya, who listens to Karl Rove, who listens to the focus groups    Attribution

 When the Democrats had their convention, the GOP was everywhere with lies and attacks.
 Will wee see any democrats this week?
 Or will they let the GOP lies go uncontested - to be polite?

 Subject: Radio show 52

 Bart, I'm making my sign for the RNC protest listening to you and you are the best.
 I don't need any more lead in my pencil over all this but anyone ever does they should  listen to Show 52 Part 4.

 I wish I could send you more money every month than I already do. Thanks and never stop, you're great.
 If you ever come to NYC come to Brooklyn, I'll buy you a shot and you stay at my place.

 Thanks Bart - see you on the streets.
 Dave R


 I think it was in a recent radio show, but I complained about the airlines
 and their goofy/fraudulent pricing practices - well, it has happened again.

 Checking potential flight to Seattle for Pokerfest Northwest, the fare
 quoted on Southwest.com was $154, which is a tremendous price from Tulsa to Seattle.
 They don't fly there directly, we have to go thru Vegas or Phoenix.

 Just for grins, I checked the price to Vegas, and it's $175.
 That's crazier than Attorney general John Ashcroft.

 It costs more to fly to Vegas, than to fly to Vegas, then on to Seattle?
 They're paying me 21 dollars for a free trip to Seattle - why is that?
 Usually when I complain about this, I close with, "That's why they're losing money,"
 but Southwest consistently makes a profit but I'll be damned if I know how.


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 Subject: putting a boot in Kerry's ass

 Bart, Tamara wrote, and I know you agree with her:

"i'm so pissed right now-  at my own party of placators and WIMPS. no fight in them at all.  they just bend over and take it.
 jesus.  i swear.  what would it take to find a democrat with a bit of SPINE? "

 I'm a Brit (living in France no less), so this is not my fight, but wasn't the last Democrat "with spine" a certain Howard Dean ?
 Now he tended not to pull his punches, and look what your "liberal" media did to him.

 Isn't there a realisation by the Kerry campaign that the national US media is so in Karl Rove's pocket
 that they will destroy him unless he stays within "reasonable" boundaries of debate ?

 IF Kerry is going to lose, I'd rather he lose fighting that being silent, but I don't think those are his options..
 If nothing else, Kerry could say, "Are you better off than you were four years ago?"

Bush's American soldier body count in Iraq

 955, 962, 966, 971, 973  dead American soldiers.

Forgive me for counting Bush's victims.

"I know what I'm doing when it comes to winning this war."
 --The Butcher of Baghdad,      Attribution


 Subject: thinking like a Republican

 I decided a little while ago that trying to understand how Republicans think might answer a few questions.
 So i stood on top of the couch and screamed "I'M LEADER OF THE FREE WORLD. I AM THE
 WAR PRESIDENT. WHERE ARE MY PRETZELS?".  I then carpetbagged myself across the room
 to the other couch and turned on Fox News and  said "Affirmative action sets back blacks."

 Now in the semi-trance fog of a republican mindthink, I looked at Fox News and saw a protester waving
 a sign that said "No One Died When Clinton Lied."  I scratched my head and thought "What about the rights
 of the unconcieved? What about the thousands of sperm that died on Monica's dress in a non-procreative act? MURDERER!"

 Next I saw a flashy graphic about the Swift Boat Heroes and  Mr. Hume intoned "No enemy bullets were fired."
 and I thought, "Well  of course not. No one in Vietnam ever fired on the American troops, as they were busy
 throwing roses and accolades in the path of our brave warriors. Sure an occasional American may have gotten
 pricked by a rose thorn or two, but all the casualties came from friendly fire.  And we never raped any of the
 village women: they were asking for it with their mini-skirt length  waist wraps and nudity as they carried burning
 napalm on their backs to their poor fire starved villages."

 Then my alarm went off and I  woke up....



 We spent the weekend in Memphis watching  Del Castillo.

 Damn, that's a great band.
 I knew Rick and Mark were two of the best guitar players in America,
 but I was especially impressed with Alex, their most excellent singer.


 He's got that whole stage presence/sex appeal thing going on.
 Kinda like Antonio Banderas, but better looking.
 I imagine he has the best time on the road :)

 Monkeyfister joined us (and bought lots of drinks) and we had the best time
 watching these guys play. Rick and Mark were doing these lightning-fast twin leads.
 We'd be watching them, when all of a sudden the guitars would start blazing and me
 and Fister would poke each other, "Did you see that?" and laugh - it was a lot of fun.
 Kudos to their drummer, Mike, who I did not get a chance to meet.
 I also discovered that one reason it's hard to describe their music is because they invented it.
 Someone needs to give it a name, or maybe "Del Castillo-style" best describes it.

 They're at College Station, TX Thursday, I wish I could see that.   Then Austin Saturday.

 The Club they played at - Newby's in Memphis had Cuervo and Patron Silver - (Yecch)
 so we made some Wild Turkey 101 disappear, instead. I can't wait to see them again.
 I left some BCR CDs with Rick and Gary, the sound man.
 Maybe they'll give them a listen as they drive from gig to gig.

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 Today in History

 • In 30 B.C. Cleopatra was bitten on the ass by a snake and died.

 • In 1533, the last Incan King of Peru, Atahualpa, was murdered on orders of Christopher Columbus.

 • In 1877, the second president of the Mormon Church, Brigham Young, died in Las Vegas.

 • In 1944, 15,000 American troops marched down the Champs Elysees as Paris celebrated its liberation from the Nazis.

 • In 1945, Gen. MacArthur returned to Japan because he promised he would.

 • In 1957, South Carolina Sen. Strom Thurmond ended a filibuster against a civil rights bill after talking for more than 24 hours.

 • In 1966, the Beatles concluded their fourth American tour with their last public concert, at the Hard Rock Island in Tulsa.

 • In 1987, actor Lee Marvin was murdered by Michelle Triola, his former lover., at age 63.

 • In 1997, Americans were reminded of the idiocy of drunk driving and of not wearing a seatbelt when they learned
                 that Princess Diana was killed trying to elude photographers in Paris.


 Subject: Love the radio shows

 Bartcop due to this that and the other, it was not until today that I took
 the time to begin listening to past Radio shows that my husband recorded for me.
 I am glad I joined Bartcop, and I love the shows.
 Great pick me up in these times.  This is the best political money I have spent in a long time.
 Better than magazines.
 Thanks for saying what many of us continually are thinking and wish we heard.
 I am glad I have somewhere to go to hear these things being said.


 Subject:  you people are confused

 Please tell me why i should vote for Kerry, not why i should hate The President.

 Mike Goslin

 OK, how about Kerry won't lie us into as war that kills 1,000 brave soldiers?

 How about Kerry will do what Clinton did with the economy, instead of handing
 our future over to the super-rich so they can sit on that cash and not hire anybody?

 How about Kerry won't spend 40 percent of his time on vacation and he won't
 read some stupid goat book while skyscrapers are falling in New York City?

 How many more reasons does a sane man need?

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