Monday, February 26, 2024

Welcome Baby Brielle

Jeremiah and Hannah Duggar are now parents of two little ones! Their second child, another girl, was just born. The couple has not shared her birth date, but they did make her name public: Brielle Grace Duggar. She joined sister Brynley Noelle Duggar, who is just over one year old (born Christmas Day 2022). 

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  1. Congratulations Jer and Hannah on a second daughter! Must be going for a letter "B" theme naming their kids to continue the Duggar tradition like Josh and Anna did naming their 7 kids with the letter "M".

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  2. Congratulations! Love her name!

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  3. Congratulations Jeremiah and Hannah!

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  4. Congratulations to Hannah & Jeremiah!!!!!!! Welcome to the world Brielle.

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  5. Oh by the way we had another baby. Congratulations to the new parents. Wonder who else is pregnant or has had a baby.

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  6. These offhand baby announcements are so strange. I wonder how many Granduggars there actually are now.

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    1. Brielle is Michelle & Jim Bob's 33rd grandchild. Gunner was the 30th grandchild, Nora was the 31st grandchild, and George was the 32nd grandchild. In one of Joy's Youtube videos Jim Bob confirmed that Gunner would be the 30th grandchild, and at that point Michelle & Jim Bob would have 15 granddaughters and 15 grandsons.

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    2. 29 Grandchildren

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    3. There's 33 grandchildren

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    4. Well Jeremiah and Hannah could have done a Joe and Kendra and not announced Brielle's birth at all.

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    5. Well @1235 they wanted to do it their way

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  7. Congratulations on the wonderful birth of your baby daughter. You are now blessed with a second angel sent from heaven.

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    1. Babies are not angels lol. They are born sinners in need of Jesus, and they certainly don't come from heaven!

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    2. 4:31 they do.... Read the Bible.

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    3. March 3rd- babies don't come as angels. Find a different version of the Bible

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    4. 9:00 you must be a Puritan.

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    5. You don't have to be a Puritan to read the Bible. And she's right - nowhere does the Bible ever say that babies were once angels or even that your loved ones who die are angels.

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    6. 12:48 He formed us in our mothers womb. It is in the bible. Its also in the bible that we was angels before. Angels existed before Adam and Eve which is confirmed when they was casted out of the Garden of Eden. The garden was protected by angels. We are sent down for a reason. Especially after the fall of Lucifer who betrayed him. So perhaps we are sent here to be tested? That was the meaning all along. We are angels first. We are human second. We are spirit third. Not angels. When the time of the rapture happens, our bodies will meet with our spirit and be restored. We will have new bodies. Thus in the book of Revelations. Eventually we will be on a new earth.

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    7. Oh my! You started off well when referring to Psalm 139:13–
      “For You formed my inward parts;…” After that, you seem to have gone astray. 🤔
      Please list the specific Scripture you are referring to.

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    8. Exactly. People don't realize the angels are not people who passed on. They existed before Adam and Eve.

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    9. Only Johavah Witnesses believe we come back as angels. They also believe we are the angels that come back who wipe out third of men. But that's not true at all. And there's only a select few according to Revelations 9:14.

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    10. How in the world can a baby be a sinner?! This is why I strongly dislike religion.

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  8. So sweet! Congrats!

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  9. You need to do an updated list of the grandchildren. Not asking for names and birthdates, but who has what number of boys and girls. You could do that without violating privacy. Just something like "Jill - 3 boys Jinger - 2 girls" etc.

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    1. But we already know about those,the ones we won't know about are the ones who have decided to keep private,so we will never know how many children Josiah and Joseph will have because they will not update the bloggers

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    2. Just watch a gathering or Christmas video. Someone will leak all the kids.

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    3. Joe has 4 kids and Josiah has 3

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  10. Adorable! Congratulations.

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  11. This is a great opportunity to remember that babies aren’t going to remain babies forever and will grow up into adults and ideally will have adult names.

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    1. What are you talking about?

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    2. They have nice names. It's not like they were named Fawn or Bambi you know.

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    3. Fawn is actually the name of someone I've meet...

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  12. I do hope Brynley and Brielle standards are set high when they get old enough to think about college before thinking about boys, courtship and children.

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    1. Probably not going to happen, 5:23. Not unless the family's ideology radically changes in the next 15 or so years.

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    2. It's their choice. They are the parent. It's not for us to judge because I am sure people could find things to criticize how we live our own lives.

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    3. I hope you teach your daughter to follow her heart. Don't pressure her or force her on a path or fulfill your own dreams.

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    4. I wish that too but sadly I don't think it will happen.

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    5. I agree 2:21 & 10:13

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    6. Don't follow your heart.. the heart is sinful and lies. Follow God

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    7. 5:02 not unless you invited God into your heart.

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    8. 9:24- nope.. the heart lies

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    9. Nope, the mind lies. Big difference between the mind and heart. Especially when you ask Jesus into your heart.

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    10. 5:25, the Bible actually says that the heart is deceitful above all things and desperately wicked. Also the Bible never uses "ask Jesus into your heart" terminology.

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    11. 1:54 omg yes it does.

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    12. The Bible does say it...

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    13. @1:54 the Bible does say it lol. That's why we ask him into our hearts. The problem is preachers cherry pick things so much.

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    14. Please tell me what verse says, "ask Jesus into your heart." Thanks!

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    15. Actually, I used to think the Bible said to "ask Jesus into your heart" too, because that's what I always heard growing up. Until I was talking to another person who said it's not, which shocked me. I have read the Bible multiple times since then, and he was right!

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    16. Many interpret Revelations 3:20 to mean that. But as far as a actual verse saying that - no.

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    17. Y'all not asking Jesus into your heart is quite concerning. He's the only one that can clear out the bad.

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  13. What a beautiful name! Congrats!💖

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  14. Congratulations!!!🎊

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  15. Wow, that means she was pregnant before the first one was a month old. That is ridiculous. Women shouldn't allow their husbands around them at all until the baby is a year old. Birth control can fail.

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    1. A normal pregnancy is 9 months and these girls are 14 months apart. Your math doesn’t add up.

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    2. 14 months apart isn’t even Irish Twins.

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    3. Haha what birth control?!

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    4. Although I wouldn't want to have babies that close in age, I think you're over reacting here. It's their choice.

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  16. Neddy Constant
    Congrats
    Time 2:23AM Thurs 2/29/24
    ❤❤❤🤎🤎🤶

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  17. Welcome Josh's appeal to the Supreme Court too.

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    1. Does he really think they'll hear his case and overturn his conviction?

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    2. This has nothing to do with Josh.

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    3. Why do you continue to bring up Josh's case here. It's clear this site does not want nothing to do with him.

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    4. They won't.... But not sure why this is being discussed.

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  18. So happy for them, congrats☺

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  19. Beautiful name. Congratulations to the family and look forward to seeing photos in the future. 😊

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  20. Whats with the B trend now? Be yourselves don't have to follow Mommy/Daddy with a theme to name your children . Cleave to your wife not to your PARENTS.

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    1. Honestly it's probably better this way. Nobody wants cousins having the same name.

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    2. It's not your life. Don't let these things bother you.

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    3. I was raised in a themed name family, and I loved it. It was hard for me to deviate from a theme with my kids, but we did!

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  21. Congratulations. Brielle is a beautiful name.

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  22. I am glad I was raised in a family where my parents was financially secured, because I had two working parents with college educations. They had two children which is most sensible. I grew up in a 3-story Victorian house and rooms abundant of toys. My parents had nannies taking care of us during the day. Although my sister and I only seen my parents a few hours 6 days a week and only spent a full day with them on Sunday, we was happy and I knew my parents had to work hard for everything we had. I wanted the same for my kids, but that was not to be. Those kids need more. These women need to set examples for their daughters. They don't have to be a stay at home wife and mother. And think about what they could provide for their children!

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    1. @4:32 Totally different than what you've described of your life in the past.

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    2. Having things is nice, but you also have to watch how you spoil your children. Things are nice, but parents love and attention is better.

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    3. Toys can't replace time with parents.

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    4. I don't know what you are talking about 412. This is the second time I ever made a comment on here. I usually sit back and read them. You don't have to like my opinion.

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    5. Well..la di la! My ex sister in law was pampered growing up. Chef, nanny, etc.. my brother didn't grow up that way. After 8 yrs of turmoil he finally divorced her. She was spoiled, nagging thing..

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  23. It's amazing how all these kids can afford to bring these babies into the world and have nice houses but they aren't on TV anymore. I would really like to know what they all do for living. It's not fair for us who work hard and still struggle living under today's economy.

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    1. Lots of things in life are “not fair”. Many of us work hard and still struggle.I prefer to look at my glass half full instead of half empty and focus on the good things in my life. Not worth the time lamenting over what some else has.

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    2. The houses some of the girls live in aren't that big..

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    3. @4:35am You should have been around during the Nixon/Ford/Reagan years. Car loans and mortgage rates were in the double digits - 12% to 16% if I recall. It was brutal. Today's economy is much better, but some people don't want to admit that. Salaries are higher (tech sector pays astronomical salaries; teenagers get $20 an hour at McDonald's and Target) and interest rates are low. There's no sense complaining about "the economy" because everyone controls their own economic situation by how much education they get and what field of work they go into. If ends aren't meeting, then something has to change - a different job, a different house, a different car, or all of those. Credit card need to go and shopping for fun stopped. "You don't see the inside of a restaurant unless you work there," to quote Dave Ramsay. Something has to change. Nobody can expect anyone else (especially elected officials) to change their situation.

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    4. "Today's economy" is better than it was 4 years ago. Remember the March 2020 CARES Act signed by the President at the time? That flooded the economy with "free" money for the average citizen. Along with "supply and demand" problems caused by the pandemic, inflation spiked. Had the Federal Reserve not stepped in and raised interest rates to stop that runaway train, we all would have been in a heap of trouble. Inflation has slowed from 9% to 3%. 4:35, if you're still struggling, then maybe it's time for a complete budget overhaul? That's what I always had to do. I couldn't blame "the economy" when I was not being responsible with my finances.

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    5. 4:57 it must be nice to think the economy is has gotten better.

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    6. Today's economy is horrible. I don't know what rug you been hiding under the past 4 years.

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    7. Prices on food are way higher than 4 years ago! A "budget overhaul" is not going to change that fact.

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    8. Prices on food and anything else are way higher than they were 4, 14, 40, or even 400 years ago. That's absolutely nothing new. I don't know why everyone is acting as if higher prices are a surprise. Wages are higher, too. Bread was 9 cents a hundred years ago. Annual income was $3000. Not much different than $4 bread and 80K income now. When I got married gas was 39 cents a gallon and our income was 12K a year. I never expected either of those to remain the same, and they didn't. They both went up by a factor of 10, and then our income surpassed that, making everything more affordable. Stop looking at prices and look at percentages.

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    9. @7:37 They're not going to look at percentages. That would require math and mAtH iS HaRd. It's much easier to complain and blame someone, even though it isn't any one person's fault and never is.

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    10. Yes, cost and wages do increase over time. However for people on a fixed income there is no increase. While SS increased a little it hasn’t kept up with inflation and most pensions are fixed. Even if you have a supplemental income for many it’s been tough.

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    11. SS does their yearly increases based on the previous year's inflation numbers. It keeps up but it lags about a a year. It was a 5.9% increase in 2022 , an 8.7% increase in 2023, and a 3.2% in 2024. Pensions - are you talking about lump sum or annuities? We took lump sum and immediately invested it, so it's making much more than inflation. People are supposed to plan for old age while they're young and working. Income needed after 65 should not come as a surprise to anyone. There are charts and formulas that will predict income vs. need. The problem is people don't want to save when they're younger and want a bigger house or a yearly vacation or a fancy new car. They forget to budget for old age. SS was never supposed to be your only income, only a supplement. I have friends who moan how hard it is to live on SS. They forgot they spent down their 401K's way too early (on "fun" stuff) and stopped working (to take SS) also too early. The old ant vs. grasshopper parable.

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  24. 4:35am....I have read posts that said the reason these young undereducated couples are able to "live so well" with no apparent jobs is due to the fact that they don't drink alcohol and don't have to pay for cable TV...as they don't watch TV. Can you imagine that these were give as the reasons why?

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    1. What marlarkey that was 3:13. I can't imagine anyone citing those as the reasons. Hello! Their father put them on TV when they were kids and then their sister fought for them all to get paid for that work they did. They're having field days with their chunks of that change.

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    1. Justine your back!! Have missed your comments. Hope your doing well. 🙂

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    2. I STOPPED, SAYING ANYTHING, BECAUSE THE KIDS BLOCKED ME ON THEIR INSTAGRAM!!!! WHICH MEANS THEY HATE ME!!!!!!!

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    3. If they blocked you, you had to of did something to warrant it.

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    4. I NEVER TURNED MY BACKS ON THE DUGGAR'S EVER!!!!!!!

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    5. U GUYS MADE ME CRY!!!!!!! 😭😭😭😭

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    6. What are you talking about Justine? YOU GUYS MADE ME CRY? Who are you guys? Very confused with you comment.

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    7. Yes Justine if you are blocked by someone they had to have a VERY GOOD reason to do it. Just saying like above person did too.

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    8. NO ALL I DID WAS TELL THEM I LOVE THEM, I AM CONFUSED TOO!!!!!

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    9. Perhaps it was something you said they misunderstood? Someone is not gonna block you for no reason.

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    10. I ALSO SAID ID SIGN A WAIVER, IF THEY WANTED TOO, TO MAKE THEM SECURE TOO!!!!

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    11. Maybe saying you LOVE THEM makes them feel UNCOMFORTABLE. It would me you don't even know them on a personal level. Just my thoughts and take on it;

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    12. I FEEL PART OF THE FAMILY, I HAVE BEEN IN LOVE WITH THE DUGGAR'S SINCE 2007, I KNOW THAT THEY DON'T KNOW THEM TRUE LIKE 1 ON 1TRUE!!!!! BUT, THEY SHOULD LOVE ME, FOR HOW LOYAL I HAVE BEEN!!! I NEVER TURNED MY BACK ON THEM EVER!!!!! 2007, OK!!!!!

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    13. BUT 158, I GET YOUR POINT NOW, BUT I FEEL LIKE A SISTER, OK, BUT MAYBE THEY DID NOT UNDERSTAND, WHAT KIND OF LOVE I MEANT!!!! OK, BUT I AM NOT SILLY, OK!!!!

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  26. Did anyone else realize John-David ran for constable again in the Washington County primary? (He lost, btw. Second time that happened?)

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    1. Interesting. Guess the people there don't want him to have a shiny badge. lol

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    2. Guess people aren't impressed with the name any more either.

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    3. At least he tried. It's his family name that's the problem. John-David is level headed and he was the first to call out Josh. His parents should had done something a long time ago. They wanted to protect their name and legacy versus their daughters. They know the parents get blamed for everything their child does. But seeing their actions, it looks like in this case it is their fault.

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