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    S4NCH0 reacted to Alari in FMM20 Bug List   
    I would like to stress that we do appreciate this thread, but it is also a lot easier for us to track stuff if logged on our own forums in the bugs area - so if something seems like it really needs attention, please do dive in there.
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    S4NCH0 got a reaction from Guppy McFicklestein in FMM20 New Features Announcement   
    Ok... I have no words. OMG!! Everything I ever asked for in this game!! Youth revamp, reserves and u-21 national teams and freaking emphasis on rivalries!!! YES YES YES. No word to describe my hype. 
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    S4NCH0 got a reaction from Guppy McFicklestein in FMM20 New Features Announcement   
    Ok... I have no words. OMG!! Everything I ever asked for in this game!! Youth revamp, reserves and u-21 national teams and freaking emphasis on rivalries!!! YES YES YES. No word to describe my hype. 
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    S4NCH0 reacted to Kanegan in Continental Conquerors Challenge   
    Ya, that would have been great. I had attempted this challenge in 2019 but then overwrote the save so it got lost. I am planning to attempt it again. These all are challenges that i had created for 2019 and i am just carrying them forward for this edition.
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    S4NCH0 reacted to Kanegan in Continental Conquerors Challenge   
    The premise is pretty straightforward.  You need to win the Champions League in every continent available in FMM 19 and World Club Championship. So, how and what to do it. Setup is pretty simple but challenge is an exciting one.
    SETUP
    Slot 1: Load any one of Australia, China and Korea
    Slot 2: Load USA
    Slot 3: This gets interesting now. Load one of Scotland, N.Ireland, Ireland and Wales
    Slot 4: No easy way out. Load any one of Belgium, Turkey, Poland , Russia, Denmark or Greece. CHALLENGE
    1. Win the Asian Champions League and World Club Championship with any one of Asian clubs. Designate a national hero i.e nominate a player who will be of the same nationality as the country you are managing and his total goals in Champions League and World Club Championship will be your total points for this stage.
    2.  Win UEFA Champions League and World Club Championship with any one of the UK clubs as given in the setup. Designate a national hero the same way as the previous stage. His total goals in UEFA Champions League and World Club Championship will be your total points for the stage.
    3.  Rinse and repeat stage 2 with any one of European clubs as given in the setup and same way designate a national hero.
    4. Win CONCACAF Champions League and World Club Championship with any one of USA clubs and nominate your national hero. His total goals in CONCACAF Champions League and World Club Championship will be your total points for the stage.
    5. Your total points will be the sum of Asia + UK + Europe + USA.
    6.  Win 5 points for every top goalscorer award in the Champions League and World Club Championship won by your national hero.
    7. Win 5 points for every season you complete this under 30.
    9.  BONUS: Win a bonus 100 points if you manage a 1KC between all your national heroes.
    8. You can play in any order but no other leagues allowed apart from the ones stated in the challenge.
    9. You can stay at the club even after winning the required trophies till the time you can move. All your total goals will be counted for that stage ( only in the Champions League and Club World Championship)
    10. No to reloading/holidaying/IGE etc.
    11. Yes to badges/reputation.
    12. You can continue even if you get sacked.
    13. Important Note: You cannot get into AFC Champions League if you select Wellington Phoenix in Hyundai A-League. So you are better off without them.
     
    LEADERBOARD
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    S4NCH0 got a reaction from Guppy McFicklestein in FMM20 New Features Announcement   
    Ok... I have no words. OMG!! Everything I ever asked for in this game!! Youth revamp, reserves and u-21 national teams and freaking emphasis on rivalries!!! YES YES YES. No word to describe my hype. 
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    S4NCH0 got a reaction from Guppy McFicklestein in FMM20 New Features Announcement   
    Ok... I have no words. OMG!! Everything I ever asked for in this game!! Youth revamp, reserves and u-21 national teams and freaking emphasis on rivalries!!! YES YES YES. No word to describe my hype. 
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    S4NCH0 got a reaction from Gunners Rishi in Announcement: Future of Graphics Packs on Vibe   
    First, the problem discussed in this post is in no way SI's fault. So I don't really know what you are talking about. Maybe you are mad because the game doesn't include the logos in it's original form? Well, in that case you could argue it does have something to do with SI not getting licenses. But licenses are neither cheap nor easy to get. EA Sports (and you should know more than I do since you are Canadian), have lost the right on teams like Boca Juniors, River Plate, Juventus and the Brazilian League as a whole, and boooy do they have a lot more money than Sega. Then, yes, maybe Sega doesn't have the Premier League, Portuguese League and La Liga, and I guess that's kind of a bummer for all of us, but that doesn't affect the run of game nor does it diminish the other amazing features the game (a 10 dollar game!!) has to offer.
     
    As for the post you are whining about, I raise you the next thought experiment. Imagine you are the owner of FMMVibe where you host, apart from many other cool things, downloadable databases, logos, facepacks, etc. but you learn that by doing so you could be facing huge fines or even lawsuits for copyright. Do you erase the content and look for other alternatives or do you expose yourself to the potential consequences for unthankful pricks like you? I think I'd go for the first option. 
     
    Go on, go join the other sites, I bet the revenues you leave to the site (which I's assume are millions from what you say and how entitled you think you are) aren't big enough to make your absence noticeable. Good luck
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    S4NCH0 got a reaction from Gunners Rishi in Announcement: Future of Graphics Packs on Vibe   
    First, the problem discussed in this post is in no way SI's fault. So I don't really know what you are talking about. Maybe you are mad because the game doesn't include the logos in it's original form? Well, in that case you could argue it does have something to do with SI not getting licenses. But licenses are neither cheap nor easy to get. EA Sports (and you should know more than I do since you are Canadian), have lost the right on teams like Boca Juniors, River Plate, Juventus and the Brazilian League as a whole, and boooy do they have a lot more money than Sega. Then, yes, maybe Sega doesn't have the Premier League, Portuguese League and La Liga, and I guess that's kind of a bummer for all of us, but that doesn't affect the run of game nor does it diminish the other amazing features the game (a 10 dollar game!!) has to offer.
     
    As for the post you are whining about, I raise you the next thought experiment. Imagine you are the owner of FMMVibe where you host, apart from many other cool things, downloadable databases, logos, facepacks, etc. but you learn that by doing so you could be facing huge fines or even lawsuits for copyright. Do you erase the content and look for other alternatives or do you expose yourself to the potential consequences for unthankful pricks like you? I think I'd go for the first option. 
     
    Go on, go join the other sites, I bet the revenues you leave to the site (which I's assume are millions from what you say and how entitled you think you are) aren't big enough to make your absence noticeable. Good luck
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    S4NCH0 reacted to Thirsk in FM20 Mobile now available for pre-order and pre-registration   
    Woah I'm exactly the same! I should have said every couple of hours instead of 'daily basis' hahaha.
     
    It's like we can't help but place all our hopes and dreams into each year's release, even though at the back of our minds we know doing so would most likely leave us a bit disappointed!
    I just hope the devs had enough time to work on this year's game, since last year's was riddled with bugs and they probably spent most of the time bug-fishing!
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    S4NCH0 got a reaction from Thirsk in FMM20 Key Information - Release Date and Screenshots   
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    S4NCH0 got a reaction from bb in FM20 Mobile now available for pre-order and pre-registration   
    Thank god I’m not the only one 😆. Every two or three hours although I am completely sure there’s nothing new, my brain tells me to refresh the site, and every time I prove myself right, no features yet. 
    I was almost a 100% sure they were going to release them last Friday though like hey did last year. My hope is they release them today since there are only 7 days to go. The only other alternative I can imagine is then real easing them next Friday, but I feel 4 days before release is a bit tight. 
     
    Only time will tell.
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    S4NCH0 reacted to samhardy in Favourite FMM of the decade?   
    2013, had it on both PSP and iOS and both offered something different despite *officially* being the same game. You could play it for hours on end without wanting to put it down which is something I haven't had from the game for years. And most importantly playable straight from launch.
    Gameplay itself would probably look incredibly basic now but I'd happily have it back over the current version which shows how much the series has regressed. 2014 was ok but all downhill from there.
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    S4NCH0 got a reaction from SophiaFM in Favourite FMM of the decade?   
    My favorite without a doubt have to be FMH14 and FMH15. There's something special about the simplicity of those two versions which I really enjoyed. Also they were among my favorite years in recent football chronology. Oh, and being able to play Copa Libertadores was a huge extra for me. The more recent versions of the game have also been very enjoyable and I do love the small increase in complexity and realism (with them not falling in full-FM mode), but the nostalgia that the 14 and 15 versions cause me is what made me pick them. 
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    S4NCH0 got a reaction from SophiaFM in Favourite FMM of the decade?   
    My favorite without a doubt have to be FMH14 and FMH15. There's something special about the simplicity of those two versions which I really enjoyed. Also they were among my favorite years in recent football chronology. Oh, and being able to play Copa Libertadores was a huge extra for me. The more recent versions of the game have also been very enjoyable and I do love the small increase in complexity and realism (with them not falling in full-FM mode), but the nostalgia that the 14 and 15 versions cause me is what made me pick them. 
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    S4NCH0 reacted to Foxy in FM20 Mobile now available for pre-order and pre-registration   
    I agree with this.
    The whole point of FMM is that it is accessible to as many people as possible and not everyone has the latest phone. It’s no different to the balance they have to make with the PC game as of course many will own a top gaming PC but they still need the people who own an old laptop to be able to play the game.
    As for a 3D match engine again I don’t see the need simply because there would only be a limited number of animations and it would get massively repetitive once you have seen them all. 
    Also what needs to be factored in is just how much time and cost a 3D engine would take to implement. I was discussing this with @Ashez a few weeks ago as he linked me to an article about it. The app stores take 30% of every transaction either for the game or DLC/unlockables, then SEGA as the publishers will take a cut as well which could well be a similar amount. Let’s say between those two they take 50% then the wages have to be paid to the staff who work on the game and any other development costs and it doesn’t leave a huge profit for SI as a company.
    I’m sure SI is doing very nicely as a company from the games they make but if FMM is only making a tiny part of there profits they aren’t going to pour a huge amount of resources into the game to develop things like a 3D match engine that is any good.
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    S4NCH0 got a reaction from bb in FM20 Mobile now available for pre-order and pre-registration   
    Thank god I’m not the only one 😆. Every two or three hours although I am completely sure there’s nothing new, my brain tells me to refresh the site, and every time I prove myself right, no features yet. 
    I was almost a 100% sure they were going to release them last Friday though like hey did last year. My hope is they release them today since there are only 7 days to go. The only other alternative I can imagine is then real easing them next Friday, but I feel 4 days before release is a bit tight. 
     
    Only time will tell.
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    S4NCH0 reacted to Thirsk in FM20 Mobile now available for pre-order and pre-registration   
    Wow what did I just read hahaha. Well this gives 'pick up and play' a whole new meaning... I have to say I much prefer the bus ride analogy 🤣
    Only 7 days to go!! Anyone else here checking for FMM news on a daily basis?? 😅
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    S4NCH0 reacted to Putzy in Announcement: Future of Graphics Packs on Vibe   
    Today, we are announcing that due to recent developments in the community regarding image licensing, we are in the process of removing all graphic packs and addons from Vibe that contain official club logos (including kits) and player faces. These graphics are trademarked and/or copyrighted material owned by their respective trademark and copyright holders.
    Since these graphic packs are built and hosted by the Vibe team, we have made this difficult decision to avoid any risk of us, or our community members, getting into trouble for sharing these packs.
    We are sorry for this unfortunate development and the sudden change to our policies, but our love for the FMM game series is not above the laws of Intellectual Property. The Vibe team will continue exploring ways to help you complete your game graphically in other, lawful, ways in the near future.
    As part of the above development, from today and for the foreseeable future we are no longer going to be offering new Gold Premium memberships. We appreciate all our current premium members and the contribution you have made towards the site in the last 9 years, and will soon be announcing some new perks and initiatives to keep your faith in us!
    Right now we are planning to have a full complement of alternative-style packs available on and shortly after release of FM 2020 Mobile on 19th November to help complete and improve your FMM experience, as well as a variety of other content such as complete Wonderkids lists, best Free Agents and much, much more! Stay tuned!
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    S4NCH0 got a reaction from Gunners Rishi in FM20 Mobile now available for pre-order and pre-registration   
    IMO Sega do a perfect job with feature release. They manage to build a lot of expectation after announcing the leagues but no extra features. Those two weeks afterwards then have me refreshing the same page over and over. Once they announce the full feature list I then spend the next week planning over and over again new saves. I can't get why people criticize this method of releasing features, it is just pure adrenaline and excitement for me.
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    S4NCH0 reacted to Ashez in FM20 Mobile now available for pre-order and pre-registration   
    I find the wait frustrating and drawn out but this schedule is purposely used to have maximized hype on launch day to push impulse buys that mobile games need. I had hoped pre orders would lead to a more exciting hype period but I suppose it hasn't done that well or they're scared it'll kill the hype at launch. It's also not like they advertise FMM much, it's basically highlighted as FM's little cousin and relies on Twitter/Vibe to do everything else, the hour long feature reveal every 5 or so mins on Twitter is decent marketing but it does feel souless. 
    My biggest issues with the release schedule is the game releases stupidly late in the year, is out of date basically within a month followed by a long wait until March, with the game dying/being out dated again around May. So then it's a long wait until November for the cycle to start over again. For a game that foolishly prides itself on realism and real life you'd think they'd do alot more to be quicker and to keep us engaged. And that's just taking into account release and update periods and not considering how many months of the year the game is in a fit state to play 😂, it's the hope that kills you. 
    I miss this being me but they wore me down lol
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    S4NCH0 got a reaction from Gunners Rishi in FM20 Mobile now available for pre-order and pre-registration   
    IMO Sega do a perfect job with feature release. They manage to build a lot of expectation after announcing the leagues but no extra features. Those two weeks afterwards then have me refreshing the same page over and over. Once they announce the full feature list I then spend the next week planning over and over again new saves. I can't get why people criticize this method of releasing features, it is just pure adrenaline and excitement for me.
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    S4NCH0 got a reaction from Gunners Rishi in FM20 Mobile now available for pre-order and pre-registration   
    IMO Sega do a perfect job with feature release. They manage to build a lot of expectation after announcing the leagues but no extra features. Those two weeks afterwards then have me refreshing the same page over and over. Once they announce the full feature list I then spend the next week planning over and over again new saves. I can't get why people criticize this method of releasing features, it is just pure adrenaline and excitement for me.
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    S4NCH0 got a reaction from Gunners Rishi in FM20 Mobile now available for pre-order and pre-registration   
    IMO Sega do a perfect job with feature release. They manage to build a lot of expectation after announcing the leagues but no extra features. Those two weeks afterwards then have me refreshing the same page over and over. Once they announce the full feature list I then spend the next week planning over and over again new saves. I can't get why people criticize this method of releasing features, it is just pure adrenaline and excitement for me.
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    S4NCH0 got a reaction from Ian in Danish Football for Dummies (FMM2020)   
    Guide to Denmark in FMM2020

    After analyzing a few interesting aspects from Greek football, it’s time to move up-north. Time to travel from the hot waters of the Aegean Sea to the cold breezes of the North Sea. We now move to the land of Vikings, the land of Hygge, the land of Lego, home to the brilliance of Andersen and Bohr, setting for Shakespeare’s Hamlet, but above all the birthplace of Lord Bendtner. Compared to Greece’s, Danish football is a tad bit more popular around the world with players like the Laudrup brothers, the Schmeichel dynasty, or more recent ones like Eriksen and Bendtner which have contributed to create a name for Danish football around the world. However, most of these players are known for their game outside of Denmark, but how is football inside the country? Let’s take a look!
     
    Background
     
     
     
    The Big Three:
    This time around, the “big three” is maybe an overkill. Some would argue that historically there are only two clubs deserving of the Big Club status. For some others there are 3. As for me, 3 is the answer. Now, on to more controversy: some argue Aab Aalborg with 4 titles (winning one almost every 5-6 years) deserve the “big” tag, others, me included, believe the recent growth (2 titles in the last 4 years) and consistent top 3 finishes of FC Midtjylland have won them the “big” etiquette. I will be focusing on Midtjylland this time around, but I should give an honorable mention to Aalborg. 
     
    FC Copenhagen:

    The heir of former danish superpowers KB Copenhagen (15 titles and 13 subtitles) and Boldkluben 1903 (7 titles and 6 subtitles), FC Copenhagen have maintained the dominance of their predecessors and have gone on to win 13 out of the 28 Superligaen leagues since 1991. In Europe although they are one of the most successful Danish club continentally in recent years (4 times in Group Stage and 1 in Round of 16), they haven’t managed to assert the same dominance as they have back home. They play a very fierce Copenhagen Derby against Brondby IF, a match attractive both on the pitch and on the stands.
     
    Founded: 1992
    City: Copenhagen
    Nicknames: The Lions
    Stadium: Telia Parken (Capacity: 38,065)
    Best Player: Nicklas Bendtner (jk, it’s Viktor Fisher)
     
     
    Brøndby IF:

    Based on the outskirts of the danish capital, Brøndby IF have been the second largest team in Denmark since the foundation of the league in 1991. After spending their first 17 years playing in the lower divisions, Brondby broke into the First Division with a blast, having won 10  (6 since 1991) leagues and 7 cups since. Their fierce rivalry with FC Copenhagen attracts thousands of fans from Denmark and foreign countries each year. They are the most successful danish club in Europe, having reached the Champions Leagues QF in 1986, and the Europa League SF in 1991.
     
    Founded: 1964
    City: Copenhagen (Brøndbyvester)
    Nicknames: The Boys From Western Outskirts
    Stadium: Brøndby Stadium (capacity: 28,000)
    Best Player: Hany Mukhtar
     
    FC Midtjylland:

    Founded in 1999 thanks to the merge between Herning Fremad and Ikast FS. Although one of the youngest sides in Denmark, the wolves have already made a name for themselves locally. Their success is mainly due to their economic power, which has allowed them to partner with clubs around the world and to invest in the first ever Danish youth academy (which has seen the likes of Pione Sisto, Simon Kjær and Winston Reid come through). They have also won 2 league titles  and 1 cup in the last 4 years. 
     
    Founded: 1999
    City: Herning
    Nicknames: The Wolves
    Stadium: Athens Olympic Stadium (capacity: 69,618)
    Best Player: Evander
     
    Teams to manage:
    Following now, four teams which I believe could make for an entertaining career/challenge in FMM2020:
     
    FC Copenhagen: From local to continental Powerhouse

     
    As mentioned above, the Lions have won 13 league titles in their short history, but have never managed to progress further than the Round of 16 in any continental competition. The idea of the challenge is simple, take FC Copenhagen to Continental glory, have you got what’s required to tackle such a hard task? Good thing is the team is already a local powerhouse so no need to worry about that.
     
     
    FC Nordsjælland: Academy Challenge

     
    FC Nordsjaelland, if you didn’t miss the information, are the youngest team in all of Denmark at the moment with an Average Age of only 21.4 years. They are also one of the most profitable teams in Denmark having sold 12 players for 13.1 million euros and buying other 12 for only 1.7 million euros. Their project has been very redituable since they’ve also won two cups and 1 league title in the last 10 years. At the moment 19 out of 29 players come from their own youth ranks. Can you challenge for the league and maybe bigger things using only Youth Academy prospects?
     
    Vejle Boldklub: Wake up the giants

     
    This Vejle based team is one of the oldest teams (128 years of age) in Denmark and one of the most successful ones. They’ve won 5 first division titles and 6 danish cups, making them one of the most laureated teams in Denmark. But in recent years, the team has experienced 4 drops from the top flight, risked bankruptcy and risked relegation to the third level. Can you bring back this sleeping giant to where it belongs and revive their glory days which today are nothing but a memory?
     
    Kjellerup IF: From rag to riches

     
    Founded in 1907 in Kjellerup, this team has spent most of its existence playing outside of the profesional leagues (specifically 104 years) having only won promotion to the Third Division for the first time in their history in 2011. They currently remain in said division, being probably the smallest team available at the start of FMM2020. Their 3000 stadium and almost null experience as professionals could make for a very interesting challenge. Can you bring this team up the ranks and make history with them?
     
    Young players to keep an eye on
    To end this guide, a list of 4 Danish youngsters to keep an eye on. One goalkeeper, one defender, one midfielder and one attacker that might be useful to refresh each line in you careers.
     
    Oscar Hedvall

    Coming from Denmark and being a goalkeeper must not be easy. Trying to follow, or surpass, the steps of Premier League legends Peter and Kasper Schmeichel in goal must put a lot of pressure on young emerging danish keepers. Not many youth talents manage to break through and establish themselves as starting goalkeepers in Denmark . But recently a young talent has won himself a place in the Superliagen. He is Oscar Hedvall, and while he isn’t such an exciting talent as the next 3, he has fought for a place in Silkeborg IF and has to date managed to get 23 appearances with the first team. 
     
    Age: 21
    Position: Goalkeeper
    Nationality: Danish 
    Team: Silkebor IF
     
     
    Victor Nelsson 

    With 21 years of age, Victor Nelsson is already a strong defender with an admirable work-rate. His 1.87 height is also a plus for such a complete defender. Having emerged from the youth rank of, you guessed it, Norsdjælland where he played 98 matches, Victor made an important move to danish Superpower FC Copenhagen last season. He has since played 23 games and is tipped to become a danish international anytime soon.
     
    Age: 19
    Position: Center-back 
    Nationality: Greek 
    Team: Asteras Tripoli FC
     
     
    Mikel Damsgaard

    This 19 year old is already one Denmark’s biggest hopes upon the future. He is a multi-functional mid-fielder who can also play as a left winger and a striker. His great performances have made him an indisputable starter for Norsdjælland in the Superligaen, where he has played 70 games, scored 7 goals and provided 16 assists. A very exciting player to say the least.
     
     
    Age: 19
    Position: Midfielder/Winger/Striker 
    Nationality: Danish 
    Team: FC Norsdjælland
     
     
    Mohammed Daramy

     
    This 1.80 m striker, made his debut for FC Copenhagen’s first team in 2018 and hasn’t ceased to impress since. He is one of Denmark’s brightest prospects at the moment, and his fenomenal physique, sprint and dribbling skills haven’t gone unnoticed. PSV and Leipzig are already knocking on his door. He has already played 25 games for the first team, and is set to become a superstar. 
     
    Age: 17
    Position: Striker
    Nationality: Danish (Sierra-leonean)
    Team: FC Copenhagen
     
    That’s all from me this time. Hope you enjoyed, if you did leave a like and a comment, if you didn’t I’m all up for constructive criticism. 
     
    Thanks for reading, and until next time. 
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