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Free dry cleaning at Timpson for unemployed people who have interviews

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As per the above, Timpson are offering to dry clean unemployed people's suits for free if they need them for a job interview. Which is pretty good of them really. Read More
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As per the above, Timpson are offering to dry clean unemployed people's suits for free if they need them for a job interview. Which is pretty good of them really.
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thomas25
enough perks for ppl on benefits

Agree, but doesnt this help get people off benefits?
26 Likes
what makes me laugh is that all these "scroungers" are living it up on £70 a week , how can anyone live long term on that? its a joke!
And the daily mail specials of the £30k a year benefits ?
that's mainly made up of housing benefit so the actual money goes to the landlord , so quite misleading.
Unless of course we live in a society where we would rather throw the vulnerable on the streets or create workhouses?
22 Likes
I've just come here to comment having read some of the comments here about Job seekers being scroungers.
At the first time of reading I was sat on a bus heading home after being to an job interview dressed in a SUIT trying to get a JOB!

Free dry cleaning would be great for me in between interviews (yes I have an interview planned for next week as well!), as it would save me having to scrape together £8 for a dry cleaning bill!

To the moaners, stop moaning and start encouraging!!
18 Likes
To those banging on the usual "These Scroungers Get enough yadayadayada " Drum,Jobs aren't exactly growing on trees,and when there are interviews there are lots of people going for each job,i say good on Timpson for doing a good thing and having a freshly dry cleaned suit can help first impressions,the average Unemployed person looking for a Job aren't scroungers,they are people who have fallen on hard times often through no fault of their own(the amount of Job Losses in recent years due to the recession and Global Economic Crisis has meant that the average person often pays the price),perhaps we should cut these people some slack instead of branding them all scroungers(just because a minority play the system doesnt mean that the Majority should be branded the same).

Well done Timpson for doing something positive instead of like many places and people something negative

Edited By: Gareth19791 on Jan 09, 2015 13:09
16 Likes
kamenitzabrit
twinkletwinkle
This one is really good as Timpson is helping in getting people back in the job. Great way of private sector helping the society back.

Those who don't want to work probably won't have a suit anyway, and those who are really keen and eager to work can surely afford to keep a clean suit purely for interviews..... how much does it cost to dry clean a suit ?

Sorry, what? People out of work and claiming benefits are probably living hand to mouth, with very little spare income - those that are keen and eager, looking for work are more likely to be the ones who only claim what they're really entitled to, which means their disposable income is low.

If people want to work, we should be doing everything we can to help them to do so, and not moaning about those that are doing just that.

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banned 3 Likes #1
enough perks for ppl on benefits
5 Likes #2
This one is really good as Timpson is helping in getting people back in the job. Great way of private sector helping the society back.
38 Likes #3
thomas25
enough perks for ppl on benefits

Agree, but doesnt this help get people off benefits?
4 Likes #4
twinkletwinkle
This one is really good as Timpson is helping in getting people back in the job. Great way of private sector helping the society back.

Those who don't want to work probably won't have a suit anyway, and those who are really keen and eager to work can surely afford to keep a clean suit purely for interviews..... how much does it cost to dry clean a suit ?
Sorry, but I think this is 99% an advertising gimmick.
I have a small shop, and would love someone to pay for telephone/internet connection so I can try selling online (can't do it all from home) and maybe earn enough extra money to give my kids a few luxuries like decent shoes which don't get worn to school !
I'm fed up with reality shows about scrounging s*um - why not about working people who are in the poverty sector and don't smoke or drink ?
6 Likes #5
oh look more "experts" on benefits and the people on benefits....
2 Likes #6
This is great. It's actually something people who are really looking for work can benefit from. Having been out of work a few months back, I know first hand it's hard to scrape money together for interview expenses.
16 Likes #7
kamenitzabrit
twinkletwinkle
This one is really good as Timpson is helping in getting people back in the job. Great way of private sector helping the society back.

Those who don't want to work probably won't have a suit anyway, and those who are really keen and eager to work can surely afford to keep a clean suit purely for interviews..... how much does it cost to dry clean a suit ?

Sorry, what? People out of work and claiming benefits are probably living hand to mouth, with very little spare income - those that are keen and eager, looking for work are more likely to be the ones who only claim what they're really entitled to, which means their disposable income is low.

If people want to work, we should be doing everything we can to help them to do so, and not moaning about those that are doing just that.
#8
how many jobs have Timpson advertised?
surely it will only benefit a few people local to the shop?
cold. local deal only.
;-)
4 Likes #9
Well done to Timpsons, great idea. Heat added.
#10
How will they know that the person is truly unemployed?
2 Likes #11
clarkgable
How will they know that the person is truly unemployed?

proof of JSA and also of interview surely
2 Likes #12
Sorry to be a pedant but entitling this: "Free dry cleaning for unemployed people who have interviews at Timpson" implies that the dry cleaning is for unemployed people have interviews at Timpson.

Should it read: "Free dry cleaning at Timpson for unemployed people who have interviews"?

Or can you only get free drycleaning if your interview is at Timpson? I think it's a bit ambiguous.

Also, the link takes you to the Timpson website ... where there is no mention of the free drycleaning. oO
18 Likes #13
To those banging on the usual "These Scroungers Get enough yadayadayada " Drum,Jobs aren't exactly growing on trees,and when there are interviews there are lots of people going for each job,i say good on Timpson for doing a good thing and having a freshly dry cleaned suit can help first impressions,the average Unemployed person looking for a Job aren't scroungers,they are people who have fallen on hard times often through no fault of their own(the amount of Job Losses in recent years due to the recession and Global Economic Crisis has meant that the average person often pays the price),perhaps we should cut these people some slack instead of branding them all scroungers(just because a minority play the system doesnt mean that the Majority should be branded the same).

Well done Timpson for doing something positive instead of like many places and people something negative

Edited By: Gareth19791 on Jan 09, 2015 13:09
26 Likes #14
what makes me laugh is that all these "scroungers" are living it up on £70 a week , how can anyone live long term on that? its a joke!
And the daily mail specials of the £30k a year benefits ?
that's mainly made up of housing benefit so the actual money goes to the landlord , so quite misleading.
Unless of course we live in a society where we would rather throw the vulnerable on the streets or create workhouses?
5 Likes #15
I'm sorry but timpsons are going out their way and using their own money to help people.... Don't see other companies or people helping out! Whether people want to work or not! It's the fact they're doing something good to help.... Some people have families and kids and for unforeseen circumstances lose their job and left with no money to support them.... Yet no help and benefits takes ages to kick in..... So at least they doing something unlike others
1 Like #16
Voted hot!
22 Likes #17
I've just come here to comment having read some of the comments here about Job seekers being scroungers.
At the first time of reading I was sat on a bus heading home after being to an job interview dressed in a SUIT trying to get a JOB!

Free dry cleaning would be great for me in between interviews (yes I have an interview planned for next week as well!), as it would save me having to scrape together £8 for a dry cleaning bill!

To the moaners, stop moaning and start encouraging!!
1 Like #18
steviep23
what makes me laugh is that all these "scroungers" are living it up on £70 a week , how can anyone live long term on that? its a joke!
And the daily mail specials of the £30k a year benefits ?
that's mainly made up of housing benefit so the actual money goes to the landlord , so quite misleading.
Unless of course we live in a society where we would rather throw the vulnerable on the streets or create workhouses?

Thats what a single would get, a family and depending on how many kids, the younger the better the more cash they get. Typical 4 family renting a house with young kids can earn over £1500 plus extra benefits like dental, Free prescriptions and free school meals. A minimum wage job would earn much less! If the govt 'paid the difference' so the total income was the same as jsa/benefits, perhaps more people would be working. This way atleast govt is wasting less tax payers money however it would encourage people to have easy jobs so guess theres no easy solution



Edited By: DarkReborn11 on Jan 09, 2015 15:35: .
#19
janaltus
Sorry to be a pedant but entitling this: "Free dry cleaning for unemployed people who have interviews at Timpson" implies that the dry cleaning is for unemployed people have interviews at Timpson.
Should it read: "Free dry cleaning at Timpson for unemployed people who have interviews"?
Or can you only get free drycleaning if your interview is at Timpson? I think it's a bit ambiguous.
Also, the link takes you to the Timpson website ... where there is no mention of the free drycleaning. oO

Yeah yeah, whatever. Everyone knows what it means, also Admin put the link in, so there.

And dry cleaning is two words.
#20
janaltus
Sorry to be a pedant but entitling this: "Free dry cleaning for unemployed people who have interviews at Timpson" implies that the dry cleaning is for unemployed people have interviews at Timpson.
Should it read: "Free dry cleaning at Timpson for unemployed people who have interviews"?
Or can you only get free drycleaning if your interview is at Timpson? I think it's a bit ambiguous.
Also, the link takes you to the Timpson website ... where there is no mention of the free drycleaning. oO

I've changed it to your wording..... :)
1 Like #21
DarkReborn11
steviep23
what makes me laugh is that all these "scroungers" are living it up on £70 a week , how can anyone live long term on that? its a joke!
And the daily mail specials of the £30k a year benefits ?
that's mainly made up of housing benefit so the actual money goes to the landlord , so quite misleading.
Unless of course we live in a society where we would rather throw the vulnerable on the streets or create workhouses?
Thats what a single would get, a family and depending on how many kids, the younger the better the more cash they get. Typical 4 family renting a house with young kids can earn over £1500 plus extra benefits like dental, Free prescriptions and free school meals. A minimum wage job would earn much less! If the govt 'paid the difference' so the total income was the same as jsa/benefits, perhaps more people would be working. This way atleast govt is wasting less tax payers money however it would encourage people to have easy jobs so guess theres no easy solution


over £1500 you say for 2 adults and 2 kids a week , are you on the glue?
can you break that down for me ?
what i would imagine is less than £70 each as a couple? child benefit doesnt count as all familes get that and what is that anyways for 2 kids? £30 a week.
how do we get from under £200 to £1500?

Edited By: steviep23 on Jan 09, 2015 15:47
9 Likes #22
Rocky77
I've just come here to comment having read some of the comments here about Job seekers being scroungers.
At the first time of reading I was sat on a bus heading home after being to an job interview dressed in a SUIT trying to get a JOB!

Free dry cleaning would be great for me in between interviews (yes I have an interview planned for next week as well!), as it would save me having to scrape together £8 for a dry cleaning bill!

To the moaners, stop moaning and start encouraging!!


Good for you, I hope you manage to find a job and hope this service helps you. It upsets me the amount of people that partake in this poverty porn, blaming the weak and vulnerable for their problems often without having ever walked a mile in their shoes. It wasn't unemployed people that caused the economic downturn, it was the very richest and greedy people at the top who often pay no tax. If these bigots exercised half as much anger towards them as they do towards poor people, we would be in a much better place today.
#23
DarkReborn11
[quote=steviep23] what makes me laugh is that all these "scroungers" are living it up on £70 a week , how can anyone live long term on that? its a joke!
And the daily mail specials of the £30k a year benefits ?

Thats what a single would get, a family and depending on how many kids, the younger the better the more cash they get. Typical 4 family renting a house with young kids can earn over £1500 plus extra benefits like dental, Free prescriptions and free school meals. A minimum wage job would earn much less! If the govt 'paid the difference' so the total income was the same as jsa/benefits, perhaps more people would be working. This way atleast govt is wasting less tax payers money however it would encourage people to have easy jobs so guess theres no easy solution


What about those that are working and claiming "in work benefits" like tax credits??
#24
Seems a good thing to me , heat for it ,
#25
I'm sure it says somewhere in the small print that "those who don't possess a suit can have their Adidas Trefoil track'suit' pressed instead"...
#26
steviep23
DarkReborn11
steviep23
what makes me laugh is that all these "scroungers" are living it up on £70 a week , how can anyone live long term on that? its a joke!
And the daily mail specials of the £30k a year benefits ?
that's mainly made up of housing benefit so the actual money goes to the landlord , so quite misleading.
Unless of course we live in a society where we would rather throw the vulnerable on the streets or create workhouses?
Thats what a single would get, a family and depending on how many kids, the younger the better the more cash they get. Typical 4 family renting a house with young kids can earn over £1500 plus extra benefits like dental, Free prescriptions and free school meals. A minimum wage job would earn much less! If the govt 'paid the difference' so the total income was the same as jsa/benefits, perhaps more people would be working. This way atleast govt is wasting less tax payers money however it would encourage people to have easy jobs so guess theres no easy solution
over £1500 you say for 2 adults and 2 kids a week , are you on the glue?
can you break that down for me ?
what i would imagine is less than £70 each as a couple? child benefit doesnt count as all familes get that and what is that anyways for 2 kids? £30 a week.
how do we get from under £200 to £1500?

It's probably 1500 per month and you get it quite easily when various benefits are added up
banned 1 Like #27
steviep23
what makes me laugh is that all these "scroungers" are living it up on £70 a week , how can anyone live long term on that? its a joke!
And the daily mail specials of the £30k a year benefits ?
that's mainly made up of housing benefit so the actual money goes to the landlord , so quite misleading.
Unless of course we live in a society where we would rather throw the vulnerable on the streets or create workhouses?

Yes, but if you have to earn £30k a year to have £70 a week free after paying all year bills then you can understand why people get completely peeved with the scoungers
#28
Sell Me
I'm sure it says somewhere in the small print that "those who don't possess a suit can have their Adidas Trefoil track'suit' pressed instead"...

I don't own any tracksuits, but I do have a suit.
Do you think the DWP issue Adidas Trefoil tracksuits as a uniform for the unemployed??
#29
Just knew this would get heat during the day......... when the workers are at work, and the majority of those reading this are not.
1 Like #30
chris75319
Rocky77
I've just come here to comment having read some of the comments here about Job seekers being scroungers.
At the first time of reading I was sat on a bus heading home after being to an job interview dressed in a SUIT trying to get a JOB!
Free dry cleaning would be great for me in between interviews (yes I have an interview planned for next week as well!), as it would save me having to scrape together £8 for a dry cleaning bill!
To the moaners, stop moaning and start encouraging!!
Good for you, I hope you manage to find a job and hope this service helps you. It upsets me the amount of people that partake in this poverty porn, blaming the weak and vulnerable for their problems often without having ever walked a mile in their shoes. It wasn't unemployed people that caused the economic downturn, it was the very richest and greedy people at the top who often pay no tax. If these bigots exercised half as much anger towards them as they do towards poor people, we would be in a much better place today.

Very well said.
1 Like #31
miikeyblue
kamenitzabrit
twinkletwinkle
This one is really good as Timpson is helping in getting people back in the job. Great way of private sector helping the society back.
Those who don't want to work probably won't have a suit anyway, and those who are really keen and eager to work can surely afford to keep a clean suit purely for interviews..... how much does it cost to dry clean a suit ?
Sorry, what? People out of work and claiming benefits are probably living hand to mouth, with very little spare income - those that are keen and eager, looking for work are more likely to be the ones who only claim what they're really entitled to, which means their disposable income is low.
If people want to work, we should be doing everything we can to help them to do so, and not moaning about those that are doing just that.

go around the coast of Britain and discover for yourself how many of those working in the tourist industry are not Brits !!!! In many tourist towns there are locals happily sitting on benefits whilst eastern Europeans are working, doing jobs the local Brits won't do because it's split shifts, and means getting out of bed early in the morning - plays havoc with their social life !
I live in a tourist area and am totally **** off with the number of locals moaning about no job whilst foreigners are earning money and sending it out of the country to family at home -- it doesn't do the uk economy any good at all.
#32
steviep23
DarkReborn11
steviep23
what makes me laugh is that all these "scroungers" are living it up on £70 a week , how can anyone live long term on that? its a joke!
And the daily mail specials of the £30k a year benefits ?
that's mainly made up of housing benefit so the actual money goes to the landlord , so quite misleading.
Unless of course we live in a society where we would rather throw the vulnerable on the streets or create workhouses?
Thats what a single would get, a family and depending on how many kids, the younger the better the more cash they get. Typical 4 family renting a house with young kids can earn over £1500 plus extra benefits like dental, Free prescriptions and free school meals. A minimum wage job would earn much less! If the govt 'paid the difference' so the total income was the same as jsa/benefits, perhaps more people would be working. This way atleast govt is wasting less tax payers money however it would encourage people to have easy jobs so guess theres no easy solution


over £1500 you say for 2 adults and 2 kids a week , are you on the glue?
can you break that down for me ?
what i would imagine is less than £70 each as a couple? child benefit doesnt count as all familes get that and what is that anyways for 2 kids? £30 a week.
how do we get from under £200 to £1500?
You are wrong not everyone gets child benefit since last year!
2 Likes #33
kamenitzabrit
miikeyblue
kamenitzabrit
twinkletwinkle
This one is really good as Timpson is helping in getting people back in the job. Great way of private sector helping the society back.
Those who don't want to work probably won't have a suit anyway, and those who are really keen and eager to work can surely afford to keep a clean suit purely for interviews..... how much does it cost to dry clean a suit ?
Sorry, what? People out of work and claiming benefits are probably living hand to mouth, with very little spare income - those that are keen and eager, looking for work are more likely to be the ones who only claim what they're really entitled to, which means their disposable income is low.
If people want to work, we should be doing everything we can to help them to do so, and not moaning about those that are doing just that.
go around the coast of Britain and discover for yourself how many of those working in the tourist industry are not Brits !!!! In many tourist towns there are locals happily sitting on benefits whilst eastern Europeans are working, doing jobs the local Brits won't do because it's split shifts, and means getting out of bed early in the morning - plays havoc with their social life !
I live in a tourist area and am totally **** off with the number of locals moaning about no job whilst foreigners are earning money and sending it out of the country to family at home -- it doesn't do the uk economy any good at all.

That's not really relevant. If there are unemployed people that want to work, we should help them, whether there are foreigners working in the UK or not.
4 Likes #34
baldy12345
steviep23
what makes me laugh is that all these "scroungers" are living it up on £70 a week , how can anyone live long term on that? its a joke!
And the daily mail specials of the £30k a year benefits ?
that's mainly made up of housing benefit so the actual money goes to the landlord , so quite misleading.
Unless of course we live in a society where we would rather throw the vulnerable on the streets or create workhouses?
Yes, but if you have to earn £30k a year to have £70 a week free after paying all year bills then you can understand why people get completely peeved with the scoungers


this is another stupid fecking statement that annoys me!
If someone cant live on £30k a year or only have £70 a week to live on then that individual is doing something wrong and rather than identify with that they read the daily mail and start focusing on immigrants or disabled people.

On £30k a year we can presume £600 per week!
What bills are you paying? Did you really have to overstretch to have "that" house or "that" kitchen?
Deal with how stupid your above statement is before attacking people who have to live on a fraction of what you get a week per month!
maybe think of hard it must be to live on £70 a week nevermind £600 , that person still have to have electric and gas and food etc
#35
I'm still waiting for someone to explain how a family of 4 on benefits gets £1500 a week?
Or was that a reporter from the DM throwing around stupid claims to rile the working poor?
#36
steviep23
I'm still waiting for someone to explain how a family of 4 on benefits gets £1500 a week?
Or was that a reporter from the DM throwing around stupid claims to rile the working poor?

as a family of 3 (one parent 2 children) I was out of work for a while and can honestly say there is a fair bit of money given to you to do nothing.

full rent paid £110 per week
full council tax paid £115 per month
free school dinners £12 per week
child benefit £130 4 weekly
child tax credits £110 per week
income support £70 per week
plus things like winter fuel payments etc
I could have also gotten food voucher things and free dental/prescriptions

easily adds up to around £1500 a month

I am now working again and am actually worse off as I am an apprentice on a low income and I do get my wages topped up by tax credits, but as a huge chunk of my income goes towards childcare I am worse off as tax credits will only cover 70%, but I see it as working towards my future to be earning more in a couple of years.

as for dry cleaning - it is just a gimmick, most genuinely struggling people wont be able to afford to own a suit of a quality that requires dry cleaning, most cheap suits are machine washable. and if you do need the dry cleaners then you should be using your job seekers allowance for that.
#37
steviep23
I'm still waiting for someone to explain how a family of 4 on benefits gets £1500 a week?
Or was that a reporter from the DM throwing around stupid claims to rile the working poor?

as a family of 3 (one parent 2 children) I was out of work for a while and can honestly say there is a fair bit of money given to you to do nothing.

full rent paid £110 per week
full council tax paid £115 per month
free school dinners £12 per week
child benefit £130 4 weekly
child tax credits £110 per week
income support £70 per week
plus things like winter fuel payments etc
I could have also gotten food voucher things and free dental/prescriptions

easily adds up to around £1500 a month

I am now working again and am actually worse off as I am an apprentice on a low income and I do get my wages topped up by tax credits, but as a huge chunk of my income goes towards childcare I am worse off as tax credits will only cover 70%, but I see it as working towards my future to be earning more in a couple of years.

as for dry cleaning - it is just a gimmick, most genuinely struggling people wont be able to afford to own a suit of a quality that requires dry cleaning, most cheap suits are machine washable. and if you do need the dry cleaners then you should be using your job seekers allowance for that.
6 Likes #38
My husband's company was employed to carry out some work on the Timpsons estate and the family are the most kind hearted and generous, working with many charities. They allow the locals to use their swimming pool and open their doors to the community and hold coffee mornings. Extremely sincere family who give ALOT back to the Community.
#39
miikeyblue
kamenitzabrit
miikeyblue
kamenitzabrit
twinkletwinkle
This one is really good as Timpson is helping in getting people back in the job. Great way of private sector helping the society back.
Those who don't want to work probably won't have a suit anyway, and those who are really keen and eager to work can surely afford to keep a clean suit purely for interviews..... how much does it cost to dry clean a suit ?
Sorry, what? People out of work and claiming benefits are probably living hand to mouth, with very little spare income - those that are keen and eager, looking for work are more likely to be the ones who only claim what they're really entitled to, which means their disposable income is low.
If people want to work, we should be doing everything we can to help them to do so, and not moaning about those that are doing just that.
go around the coast of Britain and discover for yourself how many of those working in the tourist industry are not Brits !!!! In many tourist towns there are locals happily sitting on benefits whilst eastern Europeans are working, doing jobs the local Brits won't do because it's split shifts, and means getting out of bed early in the morning - plays havoc with their social life !
I live in a tourist area and am totally **** off with the number of locals moaning about no job whilst foreigners are earning money and sending it out of the country to family at home -- it doesn't do the uk economy any good at all.
That's not really relevant. If there are unemployed people that want to work, we should help them, whether there are foreigners working in the UK or not.
It's extremely relevant when you make statements like '' People out of work and claiming benefits are probably living hand to mouth, with very little spare income '' - the tourist area I live in is a smallish town where everyone knows everyone else, and I can assure you nobody here answers to YOUR description, but plenty fit the 'scrounger' tag !
If the lazy Brits were forced to work, they'd spend money in this country rather than sending it overseas, so the government would save on benefit payments, social services would have less to do, and local economies would gain from working Brits spending money they've earned, rather than sitting on fat lazy bottoms doing nothing.
If you know any unemployed people who want to work (Preferably single but couples with no kids ok), tell them to get themselves to a tourist area and look for work in the hotel industry for starters ...... live in, so all expenses paid, and over a hundred pounds a week in their hand - but still foreigners have to do it, as many Brits are too lazy.
What single person can't live on a hundred quid a week with all food and board paid ?
#40
steviep23
DarkReborn11
steviep23
what makes me laugh is that all these "scroungers" are living it up on £70 a week , how can anyone live long term on that? its a joke!
And the daily mail specials of the £30k a year benefits ?
that's mainly made up of housing benefit so the actual money goes to the landlord , so quite misleading.
Unless of course we live in a society where we would rather throw the vulnerable on the streets or create workhouses?
Thats what a single would get, a family and depending on how many kids, the younger the better the more cash they get. Typical 4 family renting a house with young kids can earn over £1500 plus extra benefits like dental, Free prescriptions and free school meals. A minimum wage job would earn much less! If the govt 'paid the difference' so the total income was the same as jsa/benefits, perhaps more people would be working. This way atleast govt is wasting less tax payers money however it would encourage people to have easy jobs so guess theres no easy solution


over £1500 you say for 2 adults and 2 kids a week , are you on the glue?
can you break that down for me ?
what i would imagine is less than £70 each as a couple? child benefit doesnt count as all familes get that and what is that anyways for 2 kids? £30 a week.
how do we get from under £200 to £1500?

Thought it was obvious it was monthly? I think you the one who's on glue since you decided to assume it was weekly rather than monthly.

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