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Posted 18 October 2013 - 09:27 PM

Hi,

Me and my brother own separate Xbox's and we both want GTA V and my parents want to know if they buy one game can it be used on two consoles. Also if it can, can me and my brother play Online at the same time???


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Posted 18 October 2013 - 09:27 PM

1 disc, 1 console

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Posted 18 October 2013 - 09:28 PM

Tell your parents they are failing at life, if your at the age that they need to buy it for you.....

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Posted 18 October 2013 - 09:30 PM

To use in the game in 1 console, you need to have the disc in (regardless of where you have it installed or not). But you cannot both play at the SAME TIME with it because of what I mentioned above.


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Posted 18 October 2013 - 09:31 PM

Tell your parents they are failing at life, if your at the age that they need to buy it for you.....

 

No need for that man. We all were kids at some points and were in those positions. I remember asking older guys at Gamestop if they would buy the games for me hehe.

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Posted 18 October 2013 - 09:33 PM

 

Tell your parents they are failing at life, if your at the age that they need to buy it for you.....

 

No need for that man. We all were kids at some points and were in those positions. I remember asking older guys at Gamestop if they would buy the games for me hehe.

 

Sorry, cant agree with that. I am almost 30 lol, I grew up on Sonic and Mario, not murdering prostitutes.

 

 

I admit, some games are fine for kids, and I encourage such games to be played and enjoyed.

 

But buying your children GTA? I just cant get down with that sorry.

 

 

ANY time I hear a kid on a mature game (CoD, GTA, etc) I say the HARSHEST stuff, in hopes to teach the parent a lesson about it.,

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Posted 18 October 2013 - 09:42 PM Edited by Xerukal, 18 October 2013 - 09:45 PM.

 

 

Tell your parents they are failing at life, if your at the age that they need to buy it for you.....

 

No need for that man. We all were kids at some points and were in those positions. I remember asking older guys at Gamestop if they would buy the games for me hehe.

 

Sorry, cant agree with that. I am almost 30 lol, I grew up on Sonic and Mario, not murdering prostitutes.

 

 

I admit, some games are fine for kids, and I encourage such games to be played and enjoyed.

 

But buying your children GTA? I just cant get down with that sorry.

 

 

ANY time I hear a kid on a mature game (CoD, GTA, etc) I say the HARSHEST stuff, in hopes to teach the parent a lesson about it.,

 

Teaching a lesson, or feeling good about yourself for verbally decimating a child? 

 

You do not "teach lessons" through needless venting of harshness and hostility towards a young mind. You do your best to elaborate to him, with logic and reasoning, why he should not be spending his time on such video games at his age (Without proper guidance). And if he insults you, acts immature or does something a child would do? You say nothing. Because you are the mature one here. You are the adult. Act like one.

 

You could (Or are) be a father. Would you do this to your kid? No, you would not. Step the f*ck down with the tough guy attitude and realize that provoking youth with the same vulgarities they pick up from adults is not the way to help them. 

 

Bad parenting, of course, is the most obvious issue. Not the child in question.

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Posted 18 October 2013 - 09:44 PM

hmmm .....

some of us parents talk with our kids.

teach them the difference between fantasy and real life.

I can't help to think what kind of sh*t they might try to pull behind my back ....

teach them gun safety and control.

Play outside more than you play games....

 

 

you know I hate the stigma that I am a bad parent for letting my kid play a game (not GTAV) but my kids play GTA VCS and LCS.

 

They are polite, have manners and respect... most of all they are very compassionate and caring.....

hell I have had Romanian immigrants claim my daughter has the spirit of an angel.... 

yet she plays games rated M...

Online interaction on the other hand... nono

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Posted 18 October 2013 - 09:48 PM

 

 

Tell your parents they are failing at life, if your at the age that they need to buy it for you.....

 

No need for that man. We all were kids at some points and were in those positions. I remember asking older guys at Gamestop if they would buy the games for me hehe.

 

Sorry, cant agree with that. I am almost 30 lol, I grew up on Sonic and Mario, not murdering prostitutes.

 

 

I admit, some games are fine for kids, and I encourage such games to be played and enjoyed.

 

But buying your children GTA? I just cant get down with that sorry.

 

 

ANY time I hear a kid on a mature game (CoD, GTA, etc) I say the HARSHEST stuff, in hopes to teach the parent a lesson about it.,

 

The only lesson you're teaching the parent, is that there's a 30 year old adult acting more immature on a video game by dishing it out on a kid, than the actual kid is in the first place. Weak.

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Posted 18 October 2013 - 09:49 PM Edited by gtafan899, 18 October 2013 - 09:49 PM.

 

 

Tell your parents they are failing at life, if your at the age that they need to buy it for you.....

 

No need for that man. We all were kids at some points and were in those positions. I remember asking older guys at Gamestop if they would buy the games for me hehe.

 

 

ANY time I hear a kid on a mature game (CoD

oh god  :sui:


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Posted 18 October 2013 - 09:55 PM

Get my dick all hard cuz I think its a chick, then find out its some 12 year old kid.

 

 

not cool

wait what

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Posted 18 October 2013 - 10:37 PM

lol @ the bad parents trying to defend themselves....

 

Im sorry, but if your kid is under 11 years of age (at LEAST a teenager imo to play this) they have no place playing this game....

 

Ya once your 13 or so its fine....but until that age, I will be talking about horrible, horrible things (not insulting them, just REAAAL mature talk lol) if I hear them on the mic for a MATURE game.

 

But if your fine with your 10 year old hearing how I busted my load on some dirtys face, or trash talking in PvP how im going to fist his mothers stinky tuna vag, then by all means, please let them play.

 

Don't agree? don't buy your kids M rated games.


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Posted 18 October 2013 - 10:48 PM Edited by Xerukal, 18 October 2013 - 10:50 PM.

lol @ the bad parents trying to defend themselves....

 

Im sorry, but if your kid is under 11 years of age (at LEAST a teenager imo to play this) they have no place playing this game....

 

Ya once your 13 or so its fine....but until that age, I will be talking about horrible, horrible things (not insulting them, just REAAAL mature talk lol) if I hear them on the mic for a MATURE game.

 

But if your fine with your 10 year old hearing how I busted my load on some dirtys face, or trash talking in PvP how im going to fist his mothers stinky tuna vag, then by all means, please let them play.

 

Don't agree? don't buy your kids M rated games.

Nice global assumption that each and every person that replied to your bullsh*t is a parent.

 

The fact that a child is in your game should not automatically make you stop using adult jokes, references or phrases, no. It is a M for mature game, yes. You have every right to use mature terms in it, obviously. But if you make it your personal mission to purposely exaggerate vulgarity in some idiotic hope of teaching someone something, you are doing it wrong. 

 

I honestly think the whole "7 and 10 year olds on COD/GTA" is the biggest exaggeration ever. The youngest I've seen is about 13 years old. Only buy your kid M rated games if your kid is smart and capable of comprehending mature subjects, instead of absorbing them like a sponge and spitting them back out as more unnecessary vulgarity. 

 

In my personal case (Which I bet you don't care about, but I'll explain it anyway), when I was around 13, I already fully understood the difference between factual real malicious and evil-intent vulgarity and playful/joke-intended "bad" words that were meant to serve as a showcase of some type of humor. 

 

No, my parents did not "make me" comprehend these subjects at such a young age. I simply picked up on these things as I went along through my earlier teenhood. Through the internet, real life interactions and so on.

 

In the end, It all depends on the child in question, the intelligence of said child and the intelligence of the child's parents.

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Posted 18 October 2013 - 10:54 PM

Well, I have PS3 and on PS3 you can buy GTA V on PlayStation Store in the digital format and download it on two consoles. It costs £50 but it's better than paying £80. I'm not sure about Xbox Live marketplace.


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Posted 18 October 2013 - 11:07 PM Edited by S1LV3R_W0LF, 18 October 2013 - 11:12 PM.

lol @ the bad parents trying to defend themselves....

 

Im sorry, but if your kid is under 11 years of age (at LEAST a teenager imo to play this) they have no place playing this game....

 

Ya once your 13 or so its fine....but until that age, I will be talking about horrible, horrible things (not insulting them, just REAAAL mature talk lol) if I hear them on the mic for a MATURE game.

 

But if your fine with your 10 year old hearing how I busted my load on some dirtys face, or trash talking in PvP how im going to fist his mothers stinky tuna vag, then by all means, please let them play.

 

Don't agree? don't buy your kids M rated games.

Just freaking wow... you're almost 30, I'll be 31 in about two months and to be honest with you, you're acting like an idiot. Like a spoiled brat used to be bullied by everyone and now taking revenge on little kids. If you're so badass do it in real life with people of your age and get ready to suffer the consequences, not behind a screen like a pussy. Also your logic is as ridiculous as your claims, I play since the age of 5, I started playing with 4 color games, I had a few consoles and my first computer in 1996, I played every freaking game with violence, gore, mature themes, I saw every kind of movies, without any restrictions even porn. And I'm glad my parents gave me that freedom and explained the difference between games, movies and real life. instead of hiding it all from me and making me look for it without their knowledge like most kids do.

Thats the problem of modern parents, they rather lack their roll and keep it all in the dark and wait till their kids are old enough to learn it... but that never happens, doesn't work like that and when they realize it, they blame everything else but them. And by the looks of it you'll be one of those parents and believe me in a few years you'll see the consequences of that.

It's because of bullies like you that girl suicided herself because of comments of two spoiled brats under 12 over the Facebook.

How do you feel for ranting on kids about how much grownup you are and how you "conquered" your right to play such games just because you got older? Does it make you feel like a big man by attacking kids? Well I don't see you like that, in fact i see you like some frustrated guy that had lots of problems during his adolescence, kept hidden behind screen all his life and stays in the corner when next to real people in social situations. The only loser here it's you. :angry:

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Posted 18 October 2013 - 11:27 PM

lol @ the bad parents trying to defend themselves....
 
Im sorry, but if your kid is under 11 years of age (at LEAST a teenager imo to play this) they have no place playing this game....
 
Ya once your 13 or so its fine....but until that age, I will be talking about horrible, horrible things (not insulting them, just REAAAL mature talk lol) if I hear them on the mic for a MATURE game.
 
But if your fine with your 10 year old hearing how I busted my load on some dirtys face, or trash talking in PvP how im going to fist his mothers stinky tuna vag, then by all means, please let them play.
 
Don't agree? don't buy your kids M rated games.


Kids already knows everything thanks to the net and immature Dickheads like you, don't worry too much about it genius

A weak mind is a weak mind, at 11 or at 80, like yours

When we were kids we watched cartoons and played stupid 8bit video games all day - and masturbating on lingerie catalogues in the bathroom as well in the spare time for fun

Oh, if only we had the internet.....
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Posted 24 October 2013 - 03:05 PM

But buying your children GTA? I just cant get down with that sorry.

my young sister is 15 and she plays GTA V right now :pp


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Posted 24 October 2013 - 03:16 PM Edited by Mikeol1987, 24 October 2013 - 03:16 PM.

I can't get down with the fact theres gonna be more white kids on the mic screaming 'ni**er' all the time. 
I suggest you ask your parents for a different game. 1 less kid or 2 less kids on GTA would be a godsend.


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Posted 24 October 2013 - 03:24 PM

 

Tell your parents they are failing at life, if your at the age that they need to buy it for you.....

 

No need for that man. 

 

 

Actually there is super need for what he said, he deservers a pat on the back for saying it as well.

 

Children playing 18+ games is a big problem in the gaming industry.

 

FACT.


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Posted 24 October 2013 - 03:25 PM

Is your Mum hot ?


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Posted 24 October 2013 - 03:37 PM

Hey Tj_Titan don't buy the game and I am saying irrespective of how old are you but since the topic title as "Parents Decision", with respect it will be a bad thing to see them uneasy and watching your brother as well is inappropriate for me to advise playing.
Quite simply GTA V is a bold title to date.
Enjoy the day, regards !!

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Posted 24 October 2013 - 03:38 PM Edited by KiiWiiDeee, 24 October 2013 - 03:39 PM.

 

 

Tell your parents they are failing at life, if your at the age that they need to buy it for you.....

 

No need for that man. We all were kids at some points and were in those positions. I remember asking older guys at Gamestop if they would buy the games for me hehe.

 

Sorry, cant agree with that. I am almost 30 lol, I grew up on Sonic and Mario, not murdering prostitutes.

 

 

I admit, some games are fine for kids, and I encourage such games to be played and enjoyed.

 

But buying your children GTA? I just cant get down with that sorry.

 

 

ANY time I hear a kid on a mature game (CoD, GTA, etc) I say the HARSHEST stuff, in hopes to teach the parent a lesson about it.,

 

I think any parent confident in their parenting skills would be fine with buying mature games for their kids. I've been playing GTA and 18 rated games since I first got my PS2 and PS1 as a kid, and I was told that it's just a game, which it is. Games don't influence kids unless bad backgrounding is involved. Just sayin'.

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Posted 24 October 2013 - 03:40 PM

Bottom line -  If your parents are any part of the purchase process you do not need to own this game.


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Posted 24 October 2013 - 03:55 PM Edited by *Moondog*, 24 October 2013 - 03:56 PM.

 

 

Tell your parents they are failing at life, if your at the age that they need to buy it for you.....

 

No need for that man. We all were kids at some points and were in those positions. I remember asking older guys at Gamestop if they would buy the games for me hehe.

 

Sorry, cant agree with that. I am almost 30 lol, I grew up on Sonic and Mario, not murdering prostitutes.

 

 

I admit, some games are fine for kids, and I encourage such games to be played and enjoyed.

 

But buying your children GTA? I just cant get down with that sorry.

 

yeah it's especially bad for really young kids to be playing GTA 5, considering in this one you see a woman getting it in the ass lol

 

i was telling my 13 year old cousin its not a good idea for him to ask for it for xmas lol.


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Posted 24 October 2013 - 04:05 PM

 

 

Tell your parents they are failing at life, if your at the age that they need to buy it for you.....

 

No need for that man. We all were kids at some points and were in those positions. I remember asking older guys at Gamestop if they would buy the games for me hehe.

 

Sorry, cant agree with that. I am almost 30 lol, I grew up on Sonic and Mario, not murdering prostitutes.

 

 

I admit, some games are fine for kids, and I encourage such games to be played and enjoyed.

 

But buying your children GTA? I just cant get down with that sorry.

 

 

ANY time I hear a kid on a mature game (CoD, GTA, etc) I say the HARSHEST stuff, in hopes to teach the parent a lesson about it.,

 

I played gta from the first gta and I'm from 1990. I also played sof 1, sof 2, armageddon and what not. 

I found those game fun back then and I still find them fun right now. 

Even if the graphics were worse than today's graphics, you could still see the blood flying across the screen when you blew someone's head and/or legs off.

 

And I didn't turn into a serial killer or whatever.

When you're young, you still know the difference between a game and real life. You're young, not stupid.


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Posted 24 October 2013 - 04:06 PM

I've made fun of Kids online, not PROUD of it. But when it's a kid talking about a lot of stuff not for his age, or is I'll mannered I take pride in my actions. Teach the little sh*t a lesson.

There's monsters online and we have beer!

In all seriousness though I was about 7-8 when I first touched GTA 2 on my ps1 and honestly I didn't turn out too bad. May have picked up a couple smart remarks along the way but I knew how to control myself. It's not bad parenting to let them play or buy it for them but you have to (or at the very least be more focused) teach them about the real world and how it is different than gta.

Oh and manners.

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Posted 24 October 2013 - 04:06 PM

hmmm .....

some of us parents talk with our kids.

teach them the difference between fantasy and real life.

I can't help to think what kind of sh*t they might try to pull behind my back ....

teach them gun safety and control.

Play outside more than you play games....

 

 

you know I hate the stigma that I am a bad parent for letting my kid play a game (not GTAV) but my kids play GTA VCS and LCS.

 

They are polite, have manners and respect... most of all they are very compassionate and caring.....

hell I have had Romanian immigrants claim my daughter has the spirit of an angel.... 

yet she plays games rated M...

Online interaction on the other hand... nono

 

There's a difference between teaching them from right and wrong, and giving them access to content such as prostitution, strippers, sex scenes, very bad language etc...

 

There's absolutely nothing wrong with a child below the age rating playing a game, if they are sensible and understanding enough not to copy what they see. However, there is something wrong with a child below the age rating playing a game and being exposed to the things that are in GTA V. It is, without a doubt, the filthiest, most sexual, most aggressive, most violent game i've ever played, and has the most swearing of any game i've ever played. Now, the swearing and violence isn't such a bad thing in terms of a 'child' playing it. Like i said, if they know now to repeat it, then it doesn't matter. But seeing some of the things there are to see in the game, and hearing some of the conversations are not appropriate for a child. Not only should a child not know some of these things, they also shouldn't be learning it from a game...

 

Not that you can actually hide anything from children now-a-days if they have access to the internet.. My 12 year old brother has been brought up fantastically. My mum and dad are great parents and i set a good example when i'm around him. But the other day i heard him laugh at "strap-on", make a "That's what she said" joke and sing a song by Akon about "I've just had sex and it was great". A 12 year old shouldn't know what a strap-on, shouldn't know what she said, and shouldn't be listening to songs about sex.

 

I'm ashamed that our youth is being corrupted by something us adults created. It's not right. Kids should want toys for birthdays and christmas, not Xbox games...


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Posted 24 October 2013 - 04:31 PM Edited by Kromix, 24 October 2013 - 04:34 PM.

 

There's a difference between teaching them from right and wrong, and giving them access to content such as prostitution, strippers, sex scenes, very bad language etc...

 

There's absolutely nothing wrong with a child below the age rating playing a game, if they are sensible and understanding enough not to copy what they see. However, there is something wrong with a child below the age rating playing a game and being exposed to the things that are in GTA V. It is, without a doubt, the filthiest, most sexual, most aggressive, most violent game i've ever played, and has the most swearing of any game i've ever played. Now, the swearing and violence isn't such a bad thing in terms of a 'child' playing it. Like i said, if they know now to repeat it, then it doesn't matter. But seeing some of the things there are to see in the game, and hearing some of the conversations are not appropriate for a child. Not only should a child not know some of these things, they also shouldn't be learning it from a game..

 

I agree. But that happens all the time from age 3+ and up, noone is saying its cool. Now as a parent i kinda feel obligated to try and be ahead of these things. Now i know my teenage boy has talked about this game for months and so has his friends. I know he can find hours of footage of everything in the game on you tube. And ofcourse they will be playing it somewhere, even if i were to disallow it here at home. Instead i buy him the game and sit with him when he playes it. And everytime something m rated happens i make sure the kid knows how i feel about the things on screen. Ofcourse its not like surveillance either, but im there in the room with him - guiding him through the filth casually in a way which teaches him whats right and wrong. My son knows that all of the characters in GTA 5 are sad lowlifes and looks to none of them as heroes. Though he can sympatize with them in some situations in-game, which i think is fine.  After having beat the game, and that doesnt take that long if you go for it, he has lost all interest in it - besides some online play once in a while he never talks about it anymore. Been there done that. If i had banned the game it would linger in his little world for months - and worse yet, leaving it up to him to figure out whats right and wrong in the game.

 

Not that you can actually hide anything from children now-a-days if they have access to the internet.. My 12 year old brother has been brought up fantastically. My mum and dad are great parents and i set a good example when i'm around him. But the other day i heard him laugh at "strap-on", make a "That's what she said" joke and sing a song by Akon about "I've just had sex and it was great". A 12 year old shouldn't know what a strap-on, shouldn't know what she said, and shouldn't be listening to songs about sex.

 

Exactly. This is 2013 and you are better of teaching your kids how to deal with all these inputs, instead of trying to ignore them. And while i agree, you just cant stop the world from destroying their innocence ... a bit dramatic i know, but isnt that how it is ?

 

I'm ashamed that our youth is being corrupted by something us adults created. It's not right. Kids should want toys for birthdays and christmas, not Xbox games...

 

Well, computer games are the toys of kids today ...And we didnt corrupt them, Hollywood did - only thing you can do about it is make sure the kids know what you think is right and wrong and hope they copy your standards ... Most kids do.

 

 

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Posted 24 October 2013 - 05:17 PM

I played the first GTA when I was 10 or 11 round a friends house. Later when I had a ps2 I got GTA III from my parents (I asked for it, they didnt just get it me) they knew I understood adult themes by that age and I even remember the thing I found most funny was listening to the radio station adverts and chat shows.

 

To bring things up to date and on topic, I'd also let my children play GTA so long as I felt I knew they could understand the themes and that what they do/see/hear is ok in the game but wrong outside of it. Now, If I found them online shouting vulgarities (on any game) their console/game would be straight out of there as they'd clearly not be as mentally mature as I'd previously thought.


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Posted 24 October 2013 - 06:30 PM Edited by Hooves07, 24 October 2013 - 06:32 PM.

 

 

Tell your parents they are failing at life, if your at the age that they need to buy it for you.....

 

No need for that man. We all were kids at some points and were in those positions. I remember asking older guys at Gamestop if they would buy the games for me hehe.

 

Sorry, cant agree with that. I am almost 30 lol, I grew up on Sonic and Mario, not murdering prostitutes.

 

 

I admit, some games are fine for kids, and I encourage such games to be played and enjoyed.

 

But buying your children GTA? I just cant get down with that sorry.

 

 

ANY time I hear a kid on a mature game (CoD, GTA, etc) I say the HARSHEST stuff, in hopes to teach the parent a lesson about it.,

 

 

Wooooe!!!! ALMOST 30. All knowing-wise almost 30. If you were a kid today you would be sh*t outta luck and not playing GTA, or would you? Likely you are a hypocrite because if I were young today you bet your ass I would be playing GTA V. And despite the video game violence and crude adult humor I would still grow up to be a well-rounded productive tax-paying member of society,

 

The fact you say the "harshest stuff" to kids online might mean your psyche may STILL not be ready for the mature themes and violence of GTA. And MOST IMPORTANT...it's a f*cking videogame for f*cks sake. The only people who shouldn't be playing video games like this are the mentally unstable children AND adults.

 

Edit: to the OP, if you can go ahead and get two games, that way you and your bro can play at the same time.





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