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Bottoms Rupp | It’s family game night

Whats Your Name Whats Your Name: Ahh family game night. What better way to spend a Sunday evening than causing long-lasting tears in your familial relationships after a questionable Yahtzee toss or unyielding game of Monopoly? We’re celebrating the fun and drama that comes along with this time-tested ritual during this week’s Bottoms Rupp sale. This Thursday, April 27 from 3 to 5 p.m. […]
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Web C@en-C@en. Le meilleur du web à Caen cette semaine - Ouest-France


Ouest-France

Web C@en-C@en. Le meilleur du web à Caen cette semaine
Ouest-France
Caen en 3D et vue du ciel, l'abbaye aux hommes repérée sur le web, le probable retour du Pokétrain... Il s'en passe des choses à Caen sur le Net. Mairie de Caen. La revue « Détour en France » a réalisé un dossier sur les mairies de France. Dans leurs ...

Cannell pushes for more independent board at Rightside

Domain Name Wire Domain Name Wire: Investor wants other Rightside shareholders to vote “no” again this year. Investor J. Carlo Cannell, whose clients collectively own about 8.5% of Rightside (NASDAQ:NAME), is continuing to push for changes to the company’s board. On Friday, Cannell filed with the SEC and said Rightside’s board is exhibiting “value-destroying behavior” and needs “truly independent and rigorous […]
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Waldens Savings moves from .com to .bank

TheDomains TheDomains: Walden Savings Bank is moving from a .com to a .bank. An article published in RecordOnline.com gave some background and stats on the usage of .bank. Many have not used their .bank domain due to the costs of such things as computer/email systems, marketing materials, etc… From the article: So far, 2,723 banks have registered […]
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Don’t Make the Internet Safe for Monopolies

CircleID CircleID: This week I'm going to Washington to argue against regulating Internet access as if it were phone service. Twenty years ago I was there for the same reason. My concern now as it was then is that such regulation will damage the economy and reduce opportunity by stifling innovation and protecting the current dominant players from the startups which would otherwise threaten them.

At that time the proponents of Internet regulation were most regional monopoly telephone companies, who were regulated themselves (and very comfortable living in a regulated environment). The then small Internet industry (including me) argued that startups were not monopolies and could not afford the batteries of lobbyists and regulatory compliance lawyers needed to survive in a regulated world. "Imagine," we said, "if each new Internet app had to be approved by some commission or another".

Fortunately, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chair Reed Hundt, a Democrat appointed by Bill Clinton, and a majority of commissioners agreed with us. The Commission policy on Internet regulation became one of forbearance. The monopolists were right to worry. The Internet was disruptive. If they had won, there would be no such thing as Skype or Vonage; calls to China would still be $3.00 minute; and 800 numbers might still be more important than websites for shopping. Google, Netflix, Facebook, and Amazon wouldn't be the companies they are today.

Hundt's successor William Kennard, also appointed by Clinton, listened carefully to all arguments and continued the policy of benign forbearance. Innovation flourished. When Bush was elected, Internet folk were afraid that his FCC appointees would be more responsive to telco lobbying. We could no longer argue that the Internet was a fledgling industry but could and did argue the public benefits of innovation and rapidly evolving business models. Michael Powell, Bush's first appointee as FCC Chair, and the Commission debated and then issued the "Pulver Order” declaring that Voice over IP was not a telecommunications service. That meant in practice that the FCC, whose mandate only extends to telephony services, would have no reason to regulate the Internet.

The FCC did NOT regulate the Internet from then until now. However, in the waning days of the Obama administration, the FCC promulgated a regulation saying that Internet access is a telecommunications service (regardless of whether voice over IP is involved.). Therefor the FCC has the right to regulate Internet access as it used to regulate monopoly phone service. Big reversal.

Those who now want regulation are Google, Facebook, and other major Internet players. They are good marketers so this regulation is called "Net Neutrality". Who could be against a neutral Internet where all bits are equal? Ironically it is the telcos and cable companies (ISPs) who are on the other side and against reregulation; they are the ones who will be regulated.

There are four major things wrong with the "Net Neutrality" regulations as promulgated (they are not yet in effect):

All users of the Internet, as well as the economy itself, will suffer if regulation is used to throttle innovation — that's as true now as it ever was. This regulation protects the powerhouse incumbents — Google, Facebook et al — from effective and needed competition. It protects them on one side from rich ISPs (why?) and on the other side from would be new providers of Internet access (think mesh networks, access from drones, whatever) who won't be able to satisfy the regulations made for the technologies they are obsoleting. There is probably no legal justification for the FCC regulating the Internet. FCC has jurisdiction over basic telecommunications service. They said the Internet isn't such a service for years; just saying it is all of a sudden a basic telecommunications service doesn't make it so.
Google may yet regret its call for regulation of any part of the Internet value chain. A Wall Street Journal story last week says that Google is working on an ad-blocking filter for its Chrome browser. Will the FCC next declare browsers a telecommunication service and require browser neutrality?

With all due respect to many people I respect who support the "Net Neutrality" regulations, I'm as much against regulating the Internet now as I was 20 years ago although I no longer have any direct financial interest except as a consumer. I hope both that the legal challenge to this extension of the FCC's reach will continue and that the current FCC will undo the harm that its immediate predecessors did and return to the policy which has so successfully supported economic growth and innovation for the last twenty years.

See http://ift.tt/2oYCWFF for a Bloomberg story on this issue.

This post was originally posted on Fractals of Change.
Written by Tom EvslinFollow CircleID on TwitterMore under: Access Providers, Broadband, Net Neutrality, Policy & Regulation, Web

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Wow: Spectrum (Charter) is a reverse domain name hijacker

Domain Name Wire Domain Name Wire: Your cable company might be a reverse domain name hijacker. Charter Communications, which does business as Spectrum, has been found guilty of reverse domain name hijacking in a cybersquatting dispute it brought against the owner of MySpectrumNews.com. Based on the decision, it appears that Spectrum tried to acquire this domain name that was registered well […]
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Eu Le château d'Eu dans un web documentaire - L'Informateur, L'Eclaireur


L'Informateur, L'Eclaireur

Eu Le château d'Eu dans un web documentaire
L'Informateur, L'Eclaireur
Même Louis-Philippe sera bientôt sur Youtube… ou du moins un web-documentaire évoquant le roi des Français. Le soleil était au rendez-vous vendredi dernier lorsqu'une petite équipe de tournage était présente au château d'Eu. Des images ont été ...

AUCTION RECAP OF APRIL 23, 2017

Domain Shane Domain Shane: A comprehensive look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the auction list posted on April 23, 2017. 
If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had a reserve.  I’m only showing where the price was when the auction ended, but the name may not have sold if a reserve was in place.
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Bargaining.com   Nice opening bid.  Reserve met
$3,099
8822.org    Going to sell because it has such a low reserve. Great pattern and numbers.  Dot org means it will be relatively cheap
At $109 with 3 days left

Namejet
Top 10 Namejet sales for yesterday as listed on Namebio.
eforce.com $6,400
satyam.com $4,123
seccion.com $1,837
fyq.net $1,809
nzcu.com $1,610
xmtt.com $1,500
tbnm.com $1,300
kbyh.com $1,200
nstb.com $1,192
nofreelunch.org $1,110

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Bill O’Reilly’s Saving Grace: It’s The Domain Stupid

The Frager Factor The Frager Factor: In the early days of the Internet a young man I know had a conversation with the talent agent representing the biggest cable stars. He envisioned a world where every domain would be a broadcast network and suggested the talent must procure their own domain to follow them through their future and prevent them from being attached to their employer. They could use the private site to sell book,

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Talking domains with Kevin Murphy – DNW Podcast #133

Domain Name Wire Domain Name Wire: Blogger Kevin Murphy discusses new top level domain names and more. Kevin Murphy blogs about the domain name business, but not as a domain investor. The DomainIncite author comes on today’s show to give his thoughts on the state of new top level domain names and their future, plus we discuss the new whois proxy […]
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The Monday Media Wrap Up: Mac Malware, Phishing with Punycode and Holiday Inn Breach

DomainTools DomainTools: Articles from April 15-21 This Apple Phishing Site Is As Sneaky As They Come Forbes | Lee Mathews | April 21, 2017 Both Google and Mozilla recently introduced protections against...

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UDRPSearch owner sues after UDRP filed against one of his domains

Domain Name Wire Domain Name Wire: VirtualPoint claims reverse domain name hijacking and asks for at least $100,000. VirtualPoint, Inc., the company that runs the UDRP information site UDRPSearch.com, has filed a lawsuit after one of its own domain names was subject to a UDRP. Florida company FastTrak, which uses the domain name FastTrak.biz, filed a UDRP against VirtualPoint’s domain name […]
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NIC Costa Rica Reduces .CR Price by 50% for 12 hours on 25 April

DomainPulse.com DomainPulse.com: NIC Costa Rica has reduced the price of .cr domain names by 50% to US$35 for any domain registered for one year in a 12 hour special on 25 April....

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Rightside Launches DPML Upgrade for Enhanced Domain Brand Protection

DomainPulse.com DomainPulse.com: [news release] As trademark lawyers face tough challenges in protecting their client’s brand with ever-expanding Internet domain name options, Rightside Group, Ltd., today launched an upgrade of its Domain Protected...

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Afnic Awarded Contract To Run .FR For 5 More Years

DomainPulse.com DomainPulse.com: Afnic has been awarded the right to operate the .fr ccTLD for another 5 years, the registry announced. In December 2016 .fr passed the 3 million domain name registrations mark,...

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Three Short Domains Break Six-Figures To Top Weekly Sales Chart

DomainPulse.com DomainPulse.com: A trio of short .com domain names topped the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 9 April, with lev.com coming first, selling for an...

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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday April 24th

Domain Shane Domain Shane: Some great discussion on DomainSherpa today.   And of course some good laughs as well. The portfolio was pretty weak today and we were pretty tough on the portfolio owner.   We all had issues with quality and quantity when we first got in to domain investing.  Fortunately for me it wasn’t a lot of money but there were certainly bad names.  I remember vividly buying BidARate.com.  I had envisioned a  mortgage site where lenders bid lower and lower rates based on the applicants credit score.  But that’s where I messed up.  I was dreaming about a business. Not the sale of a domain name. A domain name is more valuable when you don’t have to dream up what it would be used for.  The more valuable names can be used for anything.  Names that have the most potential buyers.  When you start saying “this could be good for this and this could be good for that” then you are reducing the value.  Drew says it best in the show.  When talking to friends and colleagues about the potential uses then its OK.  But when you have to tell the buyers then you’ve already lost.  The best sales are when buyers came to you.  And they already know why they came to you. Here are today’s names   Click for Current Price
 
 
Quote Of The Day  
Domain Of The Day: Kute.com Cute way to spell cute.
 
 
Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids
94z.com  I love NNL.com but the 4s greatly reduce the value
K69.com Now this one I love. But who doesn’t love 69?
Inducer.com A wedding is. At least it was for my wife. My wife’s water broke in the middle of a wedding.
eShed.com   You can store you stuff in this online shed .  23 years old
TrueMetal.com   A term by metalheads to describe “real” heavy metal music. 19 years old
SuccessTalk.com  Generic for TED talk
VDF.org    Gets almost 300 visits a month if you believe Godaddy
FindMyStuff.com    Tracker business all the way
WifeInsurance.com   You need it now.  Also called a prenup
CrashLabs.com    18 years old.   Tech, office space, car testing.  I can think of more. You want me to keep going?
LNSC.net  One of the few LLLL.net that I would buy
FTYP.com The Y will keep it in the $1800 range IMO
LocalFlow.com    I think it would be a good buy under $100
XLPlus.com   There are a lot of XL and Plus in the US
NoPaint.com   Naked furniture is the play here
Domains That I Like With One or No Bids
TheSupercenter.com 21 years old with one bid. Easy to spell and remember. A little long but for the price it’s solid IMO
AmberLane.com The street next to me. But I don’t think that gives it any value
StormyMoon.com Good brand but no bidders. 12 million Google results
CanIBuyYouACoffee.com Long name but not too bad for a dating site name. Get CIBYAC.com while you’re at it
31Go.com I figured this would get a few bids because its memorable and people like the word go
500Go.com Same thinking here but has 560,000 backlinks
DIYDinners.com   Makes me think of Blue Apron.   Always money in making life easier
 
Other Godaddy Domains With Bids
129329.com6Hours.comActividadesib.comAlpesGourmet.comArchitectureCafe.comBCTL.netBelafonte-asiteofsites.comBlabShow.comBookInitReviews.comCascadiaProspectus.orgCleanTechFinance.comCrazyBeachPizza.comCypressLocksmith.comDailyCloud.infoDeluxeLaser.comDiamondDays.comDomeiInWinkel.comEthicalTrading.comFintechFinancial.comFly30a.comFlyIngaDrone.comFoodswol.comGetMeThis.comGingerRehab.comGreenOfficeCleaners.comHerBlogDirectory.comHSKN.netIllinoiseAB.comiMesothelioma.comjacksontncvb.comJezebelMusic.comJohnHaskell.comJUECoffee.comJustFL.comJustro.orgKNKR.netLockTote.comLoganHome.commail808.comMattressWarehouseOfTampaBay.comMedicalActivewear.comMexicanBlouses.netMyBabyBoutique.netMyChefDelivers.comNascoTrading.comNolLmitscCncy.comNutsDirect.comOakvilleLocksmith.comoculusvr.infoodataprimer.comOkayCaner.comOldPecanStreetFestival.comonfhir.comOPSHost.comOrganFest.netPathsToProsperity.infopoemamusic.comPortRoyalPropertiesNaples.comPrabHat.comPYFP.netRedadAir.comRemainHomeSolutions.comReplicaslujo.comSakeoRestaurant.comSassylashin.comSecretVeil.comSensualDance.comSEOFlexMedia.comShawnDomingues.comSimplicity-Institute.comSouth-Channel.comStemCellRegeneration.comSunBridgeHealthcare.comTadlo.comTCSLaunchpad.comTeenSGirl.comTheBlackAndWhiteYears.comThomasPointLighthouse.orgThreeFriends.comtime2dance.comtv-services.comUnixSpace.comVegasHaunts.comVillageOfJoy.comVPSControl.comWesleyTaylor.comWPPS.netXKRT.netYoungHollywoodCollection.comzgtcw.com
Namejet Auction
Escalations.com    33 bidders.  Good if the rising is the price of your stock.  Bad if its tension
BigBangs.com     24 bids. Big Bang Theory comes to mind first.   Could be a hair name too
UpLife.com   Positive sounding name.    Reserve is a little high though
QualityModelShips.com  A site built on the singular.   Bigger hobby than you think
NBO.com  Not quite the quality of qualitymodelships but you should be able to sell this one if you wait long enough
Lucie.com  First names only continue to grow in price each year
LWSD.com  Great Western letters and a CHiP but only at $531 and met reserve
SLSC.com  Will cross $3K IMO
OCLH.com  Met reserve at $500
BikeInc.com  Met reserve at $500 as well.
180.tv  One of the few NNN.tv that I like.  180 and 360 seem to move in most tlds
 
Sedo Great Domains Auction
EGSN.com    Met reserve at $265.  Worth a bit more than that IMO
Food.House    Kudus to Sedo for putting the renewal price on the auction.  No reserve
 
 
Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. I Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by me, Shane . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good

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DomainSherpa Review – Apr 24: DON’T Buy These Types of Domains…

Domain Sherpa Domain Sherpa: What do successful domain name investors think when they value domain names?In this show:• We learn what the Sherpas bought or sold recently: Wadsworth.com, VeryLocal.com, LSFA.com• An investor's portfolio is appraised: TurfPal.com, TechMorse...

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Why I stood up to Legitscript

Epik Epik:

A client of Epik recently pointed out to me that I have apparently annoyed the people at Legitscript. They referenced this post that appears on the Legitscript blog:
http://ift.tt/2pdC1BR...

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My Thoughts on Domaining and Real Estate..Comparison

Robbie Ferguson Robbie Ferguson: Today: [WANTED] – 2 word fashion / style name / Free Emoji Domains /  Trademark Issue / And more. Here are the new discussions and domain news. Looking for appraisal – truckcovers.net – Does this domain...

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Update on Top 10 Sales from a Year Ago: MikiHouse.com, 1.xyz, ITJobs.de, More

Domain Shane Domain Shane: Listed below are updates on the top ten domain sales from a year ago, as ranked by DN Journal.
1. MikiHouse.com sold for $224,224
This big sale was an upgrade from MikiHouse.co.jp and MikiHouse-USA.com, where separate & distinct sites are still live. Part of the reason for the high price was that the domain was in use by a company promoting its breath freshening products. The current MikiHouse describes itself as “dedicated to making the world a better place for children and their families. As such, we’ve branched out from children’s wear into publishing, child rearing support, sports sponsorship, and a whole variety of fields.” This site is the traffic leader for the week, with its Alexa rank near 2.9 million.
2. 1.xyz sold for $181,720
4. 66.xyz sold for $65,450
6. 51.xyz sold for $46,200
7. 11.xyz sold for $42,812
8. YM.xyz sold for $39,424
9. 98.xyz sold for $35,728
10. HK.xyz sold for $34,496
Seven of the top ten sales this week are .xyz names, all of which were part of a sale on the West.cn platform. These seven sales amount to just over $445,000, yet none of the domains resolve, and all appear to be owned by Chinese investors.
3. CUN.com sold for $128,380
No site resolves, and it’s owned by an individual in China.
5. ITJobs.eu sold for $62,150
A simple “I” is live, as shown below, and it’s another buy from the folks behind the developed Jobs.bg. They spent a bunch of money last year on domains, as we’ve recently discussed their acquisitions of ITJobs.de, Career(s).eu, and Career.net.

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Göran Marby’s First Visit to China as ICANN President, Named 马跃然 by China Internet Community

CircleID CircleID: This report was co-authored by ZHAOHAN LI and LIU YUE

On April 20, 2017, an 8-person delegation led by Göran Marby, President & CEO of ICANN, visited China Academy of Information and Communication Technology (CAICT). Madam Liu Duo, President of CAICT met with Mr. Göran Marby and the delegation. After the meeting, Mr. Marby attended the Chinese Internet Community Seminar held jointly by CAICT and ICANN Beijing Engagement Center. It was Mr. Marby's first visit to China after being appointed as the President and CEO of ICANN, and also the first time for him to attend the Chinese Internet Community Seminar and exchange opinions with Chinese Internet Community members in face to face.

Göran Marby, President & CEO of ICANN attending the Chinese Internet Community Seminar held jointly by CAICT and ICANN Beijing Engagement Center (Click to Enlarge)

On the seminar, Mr. Hu Jianbo, Director of Industry and Planning Research Institute of CAICT, gave an opening speech on behalf of Madam Liu Duo to welcome Mr. Marby for his visit and participation in community activities. His speech reviewed the achievements made since the signing of the cooperation memorandum between CAICT and ICANN three years ago and noted that CAICT would be determined to play its role, to enhance its cooperation with ICANN and other parties, and to support and promote the development of the community. Mr. Marby made a speech to express his gratitude for CAICT's efforts in promoting communication between ICANN and the Chinese Internet Community. He pointed out that ICANN attached importance to its cooperation with China and he himself was very pleased to join the community activity and was willing to hear the voice of the China Internet Community and learn Chinese experience. He wished that ICANN enhance communication and cooperation with CAICT and the Chinese Internet Community.

During interaction session, Mr. Marby and his team, exchanged ideas with more than 40 delegates from government agencies, domain name registries and registrars, industry organizations, research institutes, and universities in fields of Chinese translation service improvement and enhancement, ICANN's position and roles, end user rights protection, community participation, domain name service support, capability building, ICANN official website improvement, ICANN's support for academic participation and research, and cooperation on domain name dispute resolution. Mr. Marby highly praised the success of the China Internet Community Seminar and expressed his willingness to strengthen communication and interaction with the China community members for in-depth cooperation and long-term development.

Side note: After Göran Marby took office, China Internet Community immediately and voluntarily conducted a 3-day PDP to give Mr. Marby a Chinese name which is 马跃然. The "official" interpretation from ICANN language services provided that 马跃然 means a handsome horse is galloping happily on a beautiful grassland. It has been the most efficient PDP ICANN ever had and shows the Chinese philosophy and wisdom as well as the commitment from China community members to ICANN processes.
Written by Zhaohan LIFollow CircleID on TwitterMore under: ICANN

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AUCTION RECAP OF APRIL 22, 2017

Domain Shane Domain Shane: A comprehensive look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the auction list posted on April 22, 2017. 
If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had a reserve.  I’m only showing where the price was when the auction ended, but the name may not have sold if a reserve was in place.
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premiermedical.com $3,250
greekolives.com $3,155
rrsh.com $1,498
jemison.com $1,425
kptg.com $1,300
tmhm.com $1,222
9238.net $1,210
sfpq.com $1,200
swgh.com $1,200
lnsq.com $1,179

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Being a Jerk Doesn’t Make You a Strong Leader – It Just Makes You a Jerk

The Frager Factor The Frager Factor: Don’t Replace People. Augment Them. – What’s The Future?; Publishers Cautiously Optimistic On Google Ad Blocking Plan; Publishers are seeing another big decline in reach on Facebook; Snap acquires the crucial geofilter patent from Mobli for a record $7.7M; Three "Apologies" That Make Things Worse; Tax revenue from Colorado pot helps fund community projects, scholarships; Africa's electronic

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How I Make Smoked Baby Back Ribs

Justin's Blog Justin's Blog: Smoked baby back rib recipe – Last year I promised a friend that I’d write down the recipe of how I make ribs.  So, my first rib cook up this year I was able to get pictures of almost the entire process. This rib recipe is my own, it’s not the holy grail for ribs. […]

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