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Happy New Year Boob Enthusiasts, and welcome to Big Boob Friday.

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Your model for today is an actress, comedian, writer and producer.  She was born in Tashkent, Uzbek SSR, USSR but moved to Hollywood when she was 3 years old.  She seems like a lot of fun even though she tries to hide her headlights under a bushel.  Please stop waving that hammer around and welcome, Miss Milana Vyntrub!  

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137 Comments

  1. Dogs are up.

    I’m up.

    2016 smells like wet dogs and coffee so far.

  2. Good choice of boobs Pupstah

  3. Thanks.

    Happy New Year.

    http://is.gd/xA1CjI

  4. good to see that pupster still knows boobs –

    nice job

  5. happy new year!

  6. How was the NYE basketball party?

  7. I like that she tries to maintain a level of modesty almost unheard of today.

  8. http://is.gd/lsPv9T

  9. Someone pronounce her last name for me.

  10. She’s the AT&T lady.

    http://is.gd/pHwRXV

  11. Well Leon, I think you’d be even happier if she didn’t, because watching her videos I get the impression she’s got a solid foundation providing counter balance for the topside accoutrements.

    And freckles.

    http://is.gd/j0MESv

  12. Vine terub or trub not sure

  13. She’s the AT&T lady.

    Yup.

  14. Vine Troob

    http://is.gd/jcdOtT

  15. Rhymes with wine boob.

    Happy New Year Mare!

    http://is.gd/ZmGfpg

  16. http://is.gd/ZiILAU

  17. She seems proud of her boobage, and rightfully so.

  18. Documentary about the year 2016

    http://is.gd/lSMJXe

  19. http://is.gd/GMS4oZ

  20. http://is.gd/l1uOIW

  21. http://is.gd/D4zXON

  22. Sour kraut and pork in the crock pot, little smokies on the stove. I’m going to get ready for game day bishes.

    Talk amongst yourselves.

  23. Wakey wakey. Happy new year. I’ve been up for ages (not drinky drinky for me last night)

    Two doubles then a day off on Sunday.

  24. Happy New Year.

  25. Happy New Year, Hostages!

    Once the floodwaters receded, I was able to visit my dad and stepmom. Ground fault interrupt circuit still not working, running a dehumidifier to see if that helps.

  26. Ham in the oven, black-eyed peas on the stove, cornbread later. No collards.

  27. I wanna go to roamy’s house.

  28. She’s cute. THe boob gal.

  29. Happy New Year!

  30. Game day was yesterday.

  31. I wanna go to Roamy’s house too

    Happy New Year friends. I’m taking field notes by the pool

  32. Happy New Year.

    Woke up to super low clouds and a light snow. Still have deep snow on the ground. Really hope this turns around, otherwise it’s going to be a rough calving season.

  33. I wanna go to Roamy’s house too
    ———–
    It’s got a suit of armor in the foyer.

  34. Game day was yesterday.

    Somebody tell Michigan State.

    I was on airplanes all day yesterday, the flight attendants were wearing Happy New Year tiaras on my last flight.

    Got home around 10PM, chugged a glass of water and it was over for me. Done.

    Getting old is not for sissies, as my friend in TX would say.

  35. Hey Pepe, with this last cold snap, my diesel had a lot of trouble getting started, like it was struggling to turn over and then smokes like a bastard for a minute. With the block heater plugged in it fires right up, hardly any smoke. Is it possible my glow plugs are not working, or is it maybe something else?

  36. Pupster, use the block heater if you can. Glow plugs help, but even when they are working you’re going to have hard starts without heating the block. Were you parked at the airport for long?

  37. hahaha that’s true pups. You gotta be tough to get old

    Glad you’re home

  38. So do they have a transgender Rose Queen yet?

  39. Yeah, I kinda felt bad for MSU last night. Normally, ‘bama takes a while to get rockin’ and rollin’, and lets the oppo score a couple times. But nope. They just shut them right down. And it’s not like MSU isn’t a good team. That was just a straight beat down.

  40. No, I had Mrs. Pupster drop me off and pick me up, it would not start Monday morning and I was gone all week. Boy2 plugged it in Tuesday and it fired right up after a few hours.

    I’m probably going to need some sort of marine battery trickle charger inverter dealio to heat the block if I leave it parked and unplugged for a couple of days.

  41. http://is.gd/KmZVp0

  42. I don’t know how block heaters work because, duh but I recall my uncle who has lived in Minneapolis for 40 years (a fine Alabama boy) telling me public parking garages had outlets for such things.

    Was he just goofing on me? I saw Fargo once

  43. Not a mechanic, Pups. but if it’s really cold, you need to have the block heater plugged in. Diesels don’t have spark plugs, they rely on compression to ignite the fuel, harder to do when it’s cold. My problem was the fuel getting too thick for the fuel pump to pump. Without the additive, the diesel fuel gets really thick in the cold. It was okay at first, but when the temp dropped from 23 to 16, and I was going 65 mph, it really started to struggle. Slowing down to 50 kept me going. I had enough additive on hand, but I had to use most of it to get the grader going so I could get to the highway. When we left for supplies, it was 23 degrees. Halfway to Socorro, it dropped to 16. 10:30 in the morning and sun shining.

  44. I’ve recently started a list of annoying people in commercials whom I’d like to film myself slapping silly in a commercial for their competitors. This list includes, but is not limited to, Peter Pan on from GEICO, Flo from progressive, the two Nancy boys from Sonic drive-ins, and all the whiny bitches standing in front of the statue of liberty on the Liberty Mutual commercials. Ive been debating whether to put AT&T chick on there due to her tendency to finish other people’s sentences for them. I’d just like to say that todays post and her magnificent chest has given her a stay of execution. I’ll have to start paying more attention when she’s selling phones. I never noticed her dandies before.

  45. This list includes, but is not limited to, Peter Pan on from GEICO, Flo from progressive, the two Nancy boys from Sonic drive-ins, and all the whiny bitches standing in front of the statue of liberty on the Liberty Mutual commercials.

    Add in the “Final Countdown” band, and Roamy ♥ PG

  46. you watch too much tv none of them bother me

  47. Now that college football season is all but over my tv watching time will be damned near nada.

  48. I’d just like to say that todays post and her magnificent chest has given her a stay of execution

    Well thank goodness.

  49. On the opposite note, I’d like to have a beer with Mayhem.

    http://is.gd/SuOHIA

  50. http://is.gd/L_to_R_Pup_Roamie

  51. L_to_R_Pup_Roamie

  52. I have watched too much TV, Dave, but that’s a feature of visiting my dad. On the other hand, I did get the story of how my grandmother was almost arrested for kidnapping.

  53. Roamy, I had to haul my 80 year old mom up to Amarillo recently to make some changes in paperwork related to her investment account. She told me about going to a writers conference in Fort Worth twenty years ago with a ranchers wife who lived out in an extremely empty part of the state. Turns out the ranchers wife was a closet lesbo and hit on my mom in the car on the way to FW. Mom had to assure her pretty firmly that she wasn’t interested.

    That is an awkward conversation to have with your mom. I’m guessing she never told dad and now that he’s gone, felt like she needed to share it with somebody.

  54. Yeah, once football is over, time to start watching series on Netflix.

    One time while we were out at dinner, my grandfather started reminiscing. He started talking about how a guy he worked with was hitting on him. “He was a maneater….” It was hilarious.

  55. Pupster, you don’t want to know what it costs to fix a bad glow plug.

    I use my DIY block heater whenever it drops below 10 degrees.

  56. Holy crap. Notre Dame getting rolled, so the officials start hosing Ohio State. Trying to toss out their best player. SMH

  57. PG, I didn’t know your mom was a writer. Anything published?

    My cousin alluded to an incident in his Christmas newsletter that I asked Dad about. When cousin was 2, his mom was working, and his grandmother was babysitting. My grandmother visited and found my cousin weakly crying and burning up from a fever. His grandmother insisted he would be fine then complained that he’d been crying all day. My grandmother took cousin to the doctor who immediately admitted him into the hospital with pneumonia and dehydration. Cousin’s mother came home from work, overreacted and called the cops.

  58. Actually it’s not bad if they come out. The top of my bad one came right out, the bottom not so much.

    They would have to remove the head, drill it out, flush all the metal bits……..I think I was quoted $2200

  59. How do you know if they are bad?

  60. They threw Joey Bosa out for targeting, Mrs. Pupster’s favorite Buckeye. I asked…Are you even going to watch anymore?

    http://is.gd/v1FMvt

  61. Engine diagnostic thingy will let them know.

  62. My son says a diagnostic machine should tell you. There might be a way to access diagnostic codes on the truck. I have a Dodge (no glow plugs) but you can turn the ignition on and off 3 times and it will flash code numbers that you can look up. Or you can take it to Autozone and plug it into a diagnostic machine.

  63. The officials will keep trying until Notre Dame is competitive. Can’t have a blowout.

  64. You may have a warning light on your dash as well, my truck does.

    I ignore that one, the check engine one, and the one telling me I have a flat tire.

  65. The warning light that tells me a bulb is out, looks just like a bomb from Spy vs Spy..

    I freaked out the first time that one came on

  66. Hah, not even a measurement, cheaters.

  67. http://is.gd/en3IRN

  68. If whoever the R nom is doesn’t go after Hillary for using the SoS position as a personal vehicle for influence-peddling then I will know the fix is in.

    If you can’t mention the one thing that everybody is aware of (even her base)- namely; that she is a ruthless grasping criminal- then you are not seriously running against her. It’s a cute faux game for public consumption.

  69. Scott, pl pass this on to Laura.
    I recently started experimenting with the Iranian method of making tea.
    I really love the flavor. Here is the recipe:
    For making two cups, heat one and a quarter cup of water in a pot. Add two teaspoons of black tea leaves (not the disgusting tea bags). Crush and add a cardamom. Scrape a nutmeg (don’t use powdered nutmeg) and add a pinch of nutmeg scrapings. Grate some fresh ginger into the pot. An amount equal in size to the top segment of your thumb works well for two cups. Crush and add a cinnamon stick.
    When the whole thing starts to boil, let it boil for two minutes and add a cup of whole milk. Let it heat. When it starts to boil and rise, take a soup ladle and start taking a ladleful of tea and dumping it back. This will churn the tea enough that it will boil and evaporate without rising. Continue to do this for a few minutes until about a quarter cup liquid evaporates. Switch off the heat, let sit for a minute, filter, add sugar or sweetener and serve. If you don’t have an issue with sugar, try sweetened condensed milk instead of whole milk.

    This is more a dessert than a hot beverage and tastes wonderful. Very nice on a cold day.

  70. Ah, I did not see that Laura is here.

  71. Tush, it’s fucking tea. I’ve seen simpler recipes for peace on earth.

  72. Tush, it’s fucking tea. I’ve seen simpler recipes for peace on earth.
    ————
    Sack up and have a fucking cup of coffee instead.

  73. When I want a sweet beverage I pop open a coke. But I’m kind of a simpleton.

  74. Happy New Year. Woke up to a dusting of snow. Not enough to keep me away from the first showing of SW:TFA.

  75. Roamie, she dabbled in trying to write Western novels for a couple of years. It’s not particularly a genre that’s of interest to me, but she and dad talked me into reading some Elmer Kelton out of the deal. He’s a good writer and I highly recommend his stuff.

    I read one of mom’s novels that she was shopping around for a publisher and tried like hell to like it. It just didn’t have enough, I don’t know….intrigue maybe. It did cause me to think a little about what it is in a story that hooks me. Even if you know the good guy is going to win in the end and the bad guys are gonna get cornholed in some way, a story needs some serious indications periodically that it could easily go the other way, in order to keep me hooked. Mom’s book never had much of that. It was never published.

    She self-published a biography of a fellow named Roswell Lee. He’s a distant ancestor of hers. He’s connected to Robert E Lee’s family somehow or another, cant remember exactly how. Very promising young man who fought in the Seminole wars and was in some vicious shit. Spent the rest of his life as an alcoholic as a result.

  76. Ann Hillerman has taken over the Chee novels. I’m waiting for someone to tell me how they are. They sell well. I know HS took on the new Mitch Rapp. I actually prefer the post-Ludlum Bourne books. They move faster. I have simple tastes and I read crap.

  77. All the stories floating around regarding executive action on gun control are pretending that it’s something he’s “considering”. Bullshit. He’s just prepping the media so they can prep their stories of adulation.

  78. NYT took 3 reporters off of the Iranian tea prep story in New Jersey to cover the gun stuff for example.

  79. Good New Years Day song:

    http://is.gd/kq6XNS

    It’s in with the new, and out with the old
    Out goes the warm, and in comes the cold
    It’s the most predictable story told
    It’s in with the young, out with the old

  80. Happy New Year, Peeps and Peepers!

  81. >> On the other hand, I did get the story of how my grandmother was almost arrested for kidnapping.

    I gotsa hear this

  82. Happy new years

    I give this poat 17 of these thingies: {{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{

  83. Tushar, is that some version of chai? Looks delicious.

    I think you may have given me a chai recipe long ago, but I forgot. Really need to start organizing my recipe files.

    As a side note, when you juxtapose ‘grate’ and ‘the top segment of your thumb’ too closely, it is so easy for me to get confused. That sounds a lot like how I usually cook, actually.

  84. Comment by Pupster on January 1, 2016 2:23 pm

    Tush, it’s fucking tea. I’ve seen simpler recipes for peace on earth.
    =====

    Lol, Pups. :)

  85. Was there a story about a sick kid, a concerned grandmother who took sick kid to hospital, and mom of sick kid showing up and freaking. I drink. I may imagine comments.

  86. Happy New Year, everyone!

  87. Oso, Roamie at 1:35

  88. Thanks! I was starting to think I was imagining things!

  89. You are imagining things. This can’t possibly be real…… ;)

  90. They are real, and they’re spectacular!

  91. I’m a Lily fan.

  92. Might want to contain that McCaffrey guy, Hawks.

    Time to make the pizzas.

  93. Long day for Iowa

  94. Greetings, people who are blaming the hangover on the fact that the champagne was domestic.

  95. First nap of the year yay!

  96. Greetings, people who are blaming the hangover on the fact that the champagne was domestic.
    —–
    They call it “brut” for a reason :)

    Happy New Year, you reprobates (I mean that in a good way)

  97. I’m still on my first probate, but happy New Year to you, too.

  98. Not prostate, probate!

  99. Prostate killed it.

  100. The Silent Killer.

  101. Pupster, XBrad, if you notice, the recipe was specifically for Laura. The rest of you maggots can suck on balls and call it delicious.

  102. We drink coffee in America.

  103. http://is.gd/dIRZot

  104. the recipe was specifically for Laura

    http://is.gd/KCvqDA

  105. The rest of you maggots can suck on balls and call it delicious.

    Is that you, Mr. President?

  106. *looks around*

    *takes names*

    *prepares machinery*

  107. YOU’RE GOING DOOOOWN PUPPY MAN
    Youtu.be/1CVtMfLy9yE

  108. Dan is trying to binge watch Breaking Bad again. I keep distracting him trying to locate locations. Again. Me: Is that the Snow Heights Neighborhood? Why are they in Belen? The mountains are on the wrong side. Dan: Just stay on FB and I’ll try to watch without your interruptions.

  109. When I ask people to pray for a quick snow melt in Roswell, it is totes selfish. My mom is stir crazy and keeps calling me. I understand some of you miss your moms and wish for one last conversation. I’m not that Hostage. I’m trying not to get stuck with my mom now that her BF has lung cancer. My siblings have both suddenly fallen off the momcare page.

  110. We drink coffee in America.

    Recipe for coffee: Fly to Jamaica–make sure it’s the leeward side of the island, by the way–and find a guide named Calypso Robby. Make sure that’s Robby with a “y.” Calypso Robbie is a FUCKING ASSHOLE and a LIAR. Robby will take you to the shadiest of shade-grown coffee plantations in the Blue Mountains, where you will find the best coffee grown on earth. Harvest no more than an ounce of the coffee berries, taking care not to disturb the silkworms that pollinate the bushes and place them in a sack made of Swiss felt. Fly to Seattle taking care to swallow the sack before boarding the plane. It’s not contraband or anything–your gastric juices will sear the berries as your stomach attempts to digest the sack. Throw up the remains of the sack when you land in Sea-Tac before you get to the baggage claim, and soak them in Rainier Beer, which can be purchased at the airport bar. Take a taxi across town to Robby’s Roasting (no relation to Calypso Robby) where they will process the seared berries into coffee beans and roast them for you. Make sure to pay in Bitcoin. Take the roasted beans home by train in the special cedar box they have provided, and order 1 liter of pure Lake Baikal water from Russia. Allow 6 weeks to 3 months for delivery, leaving the coffee beans in a cool, dark, and dry environment in the meantime. You should already own a hand-cranked coffee grinder made by Morrison Bros of Brooklyn by now. IF you don’t, stop reading this and kill yourself. Crank the beans through the grinder on the 0.68 grain setting for 22 minutes and then again on the 0.624 setting for 14 minutes. The water should have arrived by this point. Boil it in a hand-hammered copper kettle, adding the ground coffee after the water has reached a gentle, rolling boil, but not a mildly strenuous rolling boil. Allow the coffee to boil for exactly 4 minutes and 26 seconds. Take off the heat and strain though an Argentinian silver micro-mesh strainer into a vintage real ceramic coffee mug manufactured no later than 1954 (when the Federal Ceramics Act banned the importation of Shandong clay from China) and enjoy. You should not add any sugar, as this will negatively react with the ceramic clay. Cream is also not advisable, but if you simply must use some, three drops of genuine Manx Clotted Cream produced at the peak of Autumn should not entirely destroy the delicate balance of flavors you have achieved, though it will detract from the pure experience of coffee the way it was intended to be enjoyed.

  111. Sean, you forgot the part where you let your man-bun down and enjoy your coffee listening to The Dweezil Zappas, an indie-polka-rock band that only puts out their music on wax cylinders.

  112. For Laura and Oso…

    http://www.businessinsider.com/how-to-make-the-perfect-man-bun-in-just-3-steps-2015-12

  113. I ❤️ Sean. I’d probably pay for a book, if he wrote one.

  114. Well, I’m currently writing an unauthorized biography of Calypso Robbie. It’s time people knew the truth.

  115. Finally enjoying watching a bowl game. The quarterback for Ole Miss is channeling Jeff George. Half the time the coach loves him, the other half he wants to strangle him. It’s hilarious.

  116. Make sure and get that shit on Kindle. And if Calypso Robbie has a sister that goes by the name of Conjunta Consuela, I’ll need her phone number.

  117. Did anybody realize that they were the “that cocksucker” that anybody else kept referring to in their rather violent and revenge-oriented list of New Year’s Resolutions today?

  118. Hell, I knew that from last year’s lists.

  119. Sean, we actually had that conversation in regards to our Most Annoying Person game. AKA MAP. Dan and I decided we were pretty good judges without being nominees.

  120. Why are you not an literary/advertising/travelogue millionaire, Sean?

  121. I agree, Pepe. SeanM could make a month in solitary confinement sound like a Caribbean Cruise with Bo Derek.

  122. This is the best BBF in forever!

  123. I still feel bad that Scott recognized her face first. I’m ghey

  124. He probably writes romance novels under an alias. Recognize his style, Oso?

    Okay people, time to guess Sean’s romance novel pen name…..

  125. TL,DR, Sean.
    But I am sure it is an excellent recipe.

  126. Why are you not an literary/advertising/travelogue millionaire, Sean?

    The Man is keeping me down.

  127. All these best of 2015 awards – there should be an award or at least a Top 10 list of people who pissed off the most SJWs. Best of Politically Incorrect or the John Wayne Award. (“Life is hard, it’s harder when you’re stupid.”)

    Trump would be in the running, as would the president of Oklahoma Wesleyan (http://www.okwu.edu/blog/2015/11/this-is-not-a-day-care-its-a-university/)

  128. Trump does so much winning that he’s tired of winning. Give it to the college president.

  129. Wiser, I saw where you responded to a Lena Dunham tweet. Please tell me that you showered thoroughly and gargled with listerine before you came back over here.

  130. Comment by Tushar on January 1, 2016 2:16 pm

    Scott, pl pass this on to Laura.
    I recently started experimenting with the Iranian method of making tea.
    I really love the flavor. Here is the recipe:
    For making two cups, heat one and a quarter cup of water in a pot. Add two teaspoons of black tea leaves (not the disgusting tea bags). Crush and add a cardamom. Scrape a nutmeg (don’t use powdered nutmeg) and add a pinch of nutmeg scrapings. Grate some fresh ginger into the pot. An amount equal in size to the top segment of your thumb works well for two cups. Crush and add a cinnamon stick.
    When the whole thing starts to boil, let it boil for two minutes and add a cup of whole milk. Let it heat. When it starts to boil and rise, take a soup ladle and start taking a ladleful of tea and dumping it back. This will churn the tea enough that it will boil and evaporate without rising. Continue to do this for a few minutes until about a quarter cup liquid evaporates. Switch off the heat, let sit for a minute, filter, add sugar or sweetener and serve. If you don’t have an issue with sugar, try sweetened condensed milk instead of whole milk.

    This is more a dessert than a hot beverage and tastes wonderful. Very nice on a cold day.

    Comment by Pendejo Grande on January 1, 2016 2:59 pm

    Roamie, she dabbled in trying to write Western novels for a couple of years. It’s not particularly a genre that’s of interest to me, but she and dad talked me into reading some Elmer Kelton out of the deal. He’s a good writer and I highly recommend his stuff.

    I read one of mom’s novels that she was shopping around for a publisher and tried like hell to like it. It just didn’t have enough, I don’t know….intrigue maybe. It did cause me to think a little about what it is in a story that hooks me. Even if you know the good guy is going to win in the end and the bad guys are gonna get cornholed in some way, a story needs some serious indications periodically that it could easily go the other way, in order to keep me hooked. Mom’s book never had much of that. It was never published.

    She self-published a biography of a fellow named Roswell Lee. He’s a distant ancestor of hers. He’s connected to Robert E Lee’s family somehow or another, cant remember exactly how. Very promising young man who fought in the Seminole wars and was in some vicious shit. Spent the rest of his life as an alcoholic as a result.

    Comment by Sean M. on January 1, 2016 10:15 pm

    We drink coffee in America.

    Recipe for coffee: Fly to Jamaica–make sure it’s the leeward side of the island, by the way–and find a guide named Calypso Robby. Make sure that’s Robby with a “y.” Calypso Robbie is a FUCKING ASSHOLE and a LIAR. Robby will take you to the shadiest of shade-grown coffee plantations in the Blue Mountains, where you will find the best coffee grown on earth. Harvest no more than an ounce of the coffee berries, taking care not to disturb the silkworms that pollinate the bushes and place them in a sack made of Swiss felt. Fly to Seattle taking care to swallow the sack before boarding the plane. It’s not contraband or anything–your gastric juices will sear the berries as your stomach attempts to digest the sack. Throw up the remains of the sack when you land in Sea-Tac before you get to the baggage claim, and soak them in Rainier Beer, which can be purchased at the airport bar. Take a taxi across town to Robby’s Roasting (no relation to Calypso Robby) where they will process the seared berries into coffee beans and roast them for you. Make sure to pay in Bitcoin. Take the roasted beans home by train in the special cedar box they have provided, and order 1 liter of pure Lake Baikal water from Russia. Allow 6 weeks to 3 months for delivery, leaving the coffee beans in a cool, dark, and dry environment in the meantime. You should already own a hand-cranked coffee grinder made by Morrison Bros of Brooklyn by now. IF you don’t, stop reading this and kill yourself. Crank the beans through the grinder on the 0.68 grain setting for 22 minutes and then again on the 0.624 setting for 14 minutes. The water should have arrived by this point. Boil it in a hand-hammered copper kettle, adding the ground coffee after the water has reached a gentle, rolling boil, but not a mildly strenuous rolling boil. Allow the coffee to boil for exactly 4 minutes and 26 seconds. Take off the heat and strain though an Argentinian silver micro-mesh strainer into a vintage real ceramic coffee mug manufactured no later than 1954 (when the Federal Ceramics Act banned the importation of Shandong clay from China) and enjoy. You should not add any sugar, as this will negatively react with the ceramic clay. Cream is also not advisable, but if you simply must use some, three drops of genuine Manx Clotted Cream produced at the peak of Autumn should not entirely destroy the delicate balance of flavors you have achieved, though it will detract from the pure experience of coffee the way it was intended to be enjoyed.

    hmmm

  131. that is one helluva rant

  132. I used to go out to parties
    And derp around
    ‘Cause I was too nervous
    To really get down

  133. http://is.gd/9MGadk

  134. worky worky.

  135. New poat.


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