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Chase & Lane Families On Trading Spouses

February 02, 2007 12:02 AM by Joe Reality

Julie Chase, an Oregon saddle-maker who has an elevated sense of
sarcasm, trades places with Judy Lane, an upper-middle class San Diego,
CA,  professional whose life is centered around her partner, Pepper,
and their two children, 9-year old Corey and 6-year old Shea.

Julie finds herself in a nest built on love and tolerance while, at the Chases’ home, Judy has to contend with the constant bickering and disrespect between dad Charlie and teenage daughters Kaci and Cindy. It’s all on TRADING SPOUSES: MEET YOUR NEW MOMMY Friday, Feb. 2 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.

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43 Responses to “Chase & Lane Families On Trading Spouses”

  1. Sharon Says:
    February 3rd, 2007 at 7:22 pm

    Julie is the most disgustingly ignorant person I have EVER watched on t.v. Her poor kids are
    at the mercy of her and her husband, who is also extremely ignorant. They deserve each other but the kids deserve better, much better!

  2. I so agree with Sharon's post!!! Says:
    February 3rd, 2007 at 8:15 pm

    How anyone (Julie) can be that young and that ignorant is beyond my comprehension! She needs to be taught tolerance, to say the very least.

    Just my 10 cents worth

  3. Jennifer Says:
    February 4th, 2007 at 7:38 am

    This is the most disturbed I have ever been by anyone on reality TV. In fact I’m so upset I can’t even think of what to say except this Julie Chase woman is the most ignorant, mean, heartless person I have ever seen in my life! Wow! I am shocked, and I’ve seen a lot of weirdos in my reality watching days. I mean is she for real? I was cussing at the TV more than I’ve ever done before, and I feel sorry for that poor Lane family that had to put up with her. I even feel sorry for her own family, well her girls at least. Her husband and her are cut from the same stone it seems. Those girls need to move out as soon as they can and never look back! Man I tell ya, and it wasn’t just about the Gay Community, she had no mercy or respect I should say for anyone at all. She needs a swift kick in the a%*! Either that or an education. Where does someone like that come from?!!!! I am at a loss. Well, obviously not from my comment, but you know what I mean. Geez!

  4. AxMan Says:
    February 9th, 2007 at 10:05 pm

    It’s pretty obvious that Julie has several deamons that she is dealing with. I can only imagine that she was seriously abused and belittled as a child. This kind of ignorance takes years of development and hopefully, just hopefully fox is taking some of their commercial revenue and giving her some counseling. I’m just glad to see that others on this post feel the same way I do. Just maybe she is the minority, a very small minority. Keep preaching love and understanding everyone and we’ll eliminate ignorance together.

  5. Stephanie Says:
    February 10th, 2007 at 1:24 am

    I was appalled at Julies ignorance and arrogance. I find it hard and painful to know that people like this exist. I was a bit happy to see that in the end Julie was able to see even a little bit that there was a degree of ugliness in her…hence her insecurity. I can only hope that in the future, not only this woman but others like her, will be able to recognise their own intolerance and perhaps take a moment to rethink these things through. I was touched and happy with how well Judy and Pepper dealt with everything however difficult this must have been for them. They are two beautiful women who have taken action to show the world who they are and shine…with love

  6. Anonymous Says:
    February 10th, 2007 at 1:55 am

    Date: 2007-02-04, 5:33PM PST

    If any of you viewed the recent airing of Trading Spouses, there is something you should know. I cannot begin to tell you how VERY edited this show is. There were so few scenes shown on T.S. Friday night that were reality. Yes, I do have very strong opinions about ILLEGAL Hispanics, and the negative effects they have on our country. I also have a sister-in-law that came to the US illegally. She is a very sweet and decent person. I also have several friends that are Hispanic, that I love and openly invite into my home and my life. What they (FOX) left out was, both of my beautiful girls have friends that are Hispanic, and they are at my house on any given weekend. Our home is (or was!) the place for the kids to hang. We have a pool, a 5 acre lot with a full acre of lawn, all sorts of “toys” for the kids to occupy their time with that offers them alternatives to going out and finding trouble. Our theory is if we make a fun inviting place for them, they will be here where there are no drugs, alcohol, or any other negative influences for them to see, hear, or try. We are so different than what was portrayed on T.S. There is no racial bashing going on here. I do say things about the dirt-bags that are thrashing our community, but they are not aimed towards any race in particular. What T.S. doesn’t show is my explanations before or after the racial slams. The show depicts me saying something mean and hurtful, but what it doesn’t show is the conversations before and after, that lead up to the “slams”
    I was born in G.P. and have been here ever since. I have seen how our community has changed over the past 40 years, and what our local newspaper shows is about 90% of the arrests and police reports involve a person with a Hispanic name. What I didn’t realize until just Friday night, you cannot believe everything you see and read or hear regarding media. When I was younger, there were very few Hispanics here, and they have just become an easy target to blame for negative reporting. I know now wrong this is.

    What I experienced during my visit to the Lane home was an extreme difference of opinions. Pepper had obviously grew up in a very different type of home then I did. I grew up with a very racially prejudiced father, who was against anybody with skin color darker than pasty white. He was also against traditional medicine, religion, and I’m sure many other things that I cant remember. He was married three times before he died, when I was 15, so he had more issues than I know. I loved him anyway! Fortunately, I have a strong enough personality (duh) that I was able to see through his beliefs, and form my own opinions (again, duh). What I did learn was, (and this is something that is really a burden) I have a huge lack of trust for people. Anyway, I am getting off the reason for my message, i apologize.

    Back to the show. T.S. portrayed me and my girls with filthy language. The words that were bleeped were things like: crap, dork, geek, shut-up and jerk. My girls are 15 and 17 years old, in a public school system. Their language is that of a typical teenager at their school. that has been allowed freedom of speech. My kids have been taught respect, and do not speak that way in general. Actually, many of the other kids they know are far worse with their language. My kids are really great, fun, loving girls with big hearts. They are no way abused or in danger living with such a monster as myself.

    My husband is in fact very intense when it comes to sports and the kids. There is no denying that. Again, he was so edited and made to look horrible. He was portrayed as throwing that ball that hit Cyndi in the ankle. The film had been inverted, (mirrored) and showed him throwing with his left hand (he is right handed). The very next scene, the glove and his Livestrong bracelet were back on the left hand. Charlie is involved in coaching, and there were 18 other girls there that day. He had a job to do, and Judy was there to sit with Cynthia. If I had been home, where i belong, I would have been there for her, supporting her, and giving her what she needed, including holding ice on her injury. That poor kid has been injured in sports every season for the past 3 years! When she broke her collarbone in a soccer game last year, (this was touched on during the show) we sat in the crowd watching her lay on the field. At that moment, there was no way for us to know the extent of the injury. So, being the fanatic that Charlie is, he said to himself, “C’mon Cheeseball, get up, shake it off”. It very quickly became apparent that her injuries were much more serious than something you could shake off. Of course, Charlie felt that pang of guilt that would accompany a comment such as his. We spent $4000 last spring on an emergency room visit with her to find out she was had an upset stomach. We had the choice to ignore her complaints, but we chose on the side of caution, and took her to the hospital (don’t worry, our deductible on our insurance is so high, we got to pay that ourselves). Abused children do not get taken to the ER for things like that….

    Anyway, I wish you could see the real Chase family. Our kid’s friends love coming over here. We are the “Cool” parents, according to their friends.

    If you watch T.S. again, take note in how FOX portrays the different families. When the Lane is shown, the music and images are happy, lovey, and generally cheery. When we are shown, the music changes, the scenery changes, and they NEVER show us giving/receiving any affection. That is so far from the truth. We hug, kiss, and love each other strongly, just as much as they show the lesbians doing. Yes, we joke sarcastically, and call each other “names”, but it isn’t allowed to be serious, malicious or nasty. It is just a sick way of being silly.

    What wasn’t shown, was the fun, laughter and good times there was while I was in San Diego. It was not all nastiness and mean-ness. Please, don’t believe what you watch. We were basically paid actors to portray real people. Really, I’m not the racially prejudiced, gay bashing monster I was portrayed to be. I do have opinions, and as far as I know, the right to express them. I was a paid actor to portray a real person.

    Oh, one more thing, don’t ask me how the money was spent…..I signed a gag clause.

    Julie Chase

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  8. Traci Says:
    February 10th, 2007 at 10:30 am

    After watching Julie on the show, I recognized a psycological disorder that runs in my family…..I was the one who was diagnosed. It’s called “Borderline Personallity Disorder” or bpd for short. It is where everything is about control, blowing up, turning yourself into the “victim”….ect. You can look it up on webmd. This woman is not healthy. I recognized it because my father was the same way and I started to be that way as well untill i found help and now know what the symptoms are. If she is reading this, or her family, I recommend the workbood “stop walking on eggshells” isbn 1-57224-276-0. It has helped and is still helping my family cope with my outbursts and I recognize what i am doing now. I hope Julie and her family get help.

  9. Annie Says:
    February 10th, 2007 at 1:16 pm

    With keeping in mind of the rules of posting on here i have to say my opinions of last nights show. I am shocked but not surprised to see how the so-called High Empress acted. Yes she can say that the show cut out and edited many parts. But just the look on her face in disgust was all the world needed to see. Where is any compassion at all?? Did at any time she apologize for her remarks. I do remember her saying “i dont’ care what you all think”. There is a time and place to air your prejudice feelings. I can guarantee anybody who watched the show will not look at Julie the same again(but most will keep it to themselves). Maybe at the end she realized being “the monster” and that millions of people would see the show, she can only exaggerate what happened in the other house so much. The great thing about DVD’s and replay! You can’t hide the looks/actions/words. No matter if edited or not. And if any of my family/friends had to listen somebody so opinionated during a get together they would definately jumped out of there chair. No family is perfect but my opinion is Julie is the biggest reason that family had problems. Hopefully she did some major soul searching and the fear that her own family would consider her a monster and she would lose them would be enough to realize something. Or was that edited too and she didn’t really say that? I think Pepper did very good welcoming her into there home and put up with enough of her ignorant opinions. And hopefully for her she doesn’t have “hispanics” cooking her food at a restraunt/or handling her banking/or treating her children in the ER/ or god forbid one of her pretty daughters falls in love with another race!! She better realize the things she said could come back and bite hard. She defends comments about how her husband was vocal and pushed the girls but i think most opinions were about her and how she acted. Her family was nothing compared to her ignorance! I wish them all the best and hope the experience has taught them all a little something.

  10. Lisa Says:
    February 10th, 2007 at 2:21 pm

    I live in Oregon with my 15 year old daughter, who happens to be gay. I watched Part 1 with her last week, and we were both so offended, shocked- and quite frankly EMBARRASSED for Julie’s behavior, as Oregonians. It makes me sad that she spent time on this site defending her behavior- which means that she really isn’t ready to stop being a “monster,” as she so eloquently called herself in last night’s show.
    The sad truth is that there are many Julie’s here in Oregon. And we all came here as illegal immagrants- the only people who really are native are Native Americans. Get real Julie.
    I feel sorry for your kids. I am glad that the parents of the girls who used to hang at your house saw the show and stopped letting their kids come to your house.
    I couldn’t help noticing that you didn’t make any attempts to get to know Pepper and the kids. You sepnt the entire week bashing those outside your comfort zone. Poor thing- you will probably live the rest of your sorry days in GP and keep yourself and your family from diversity.
    To me, the 50 gs would not have been enough to have to hang out with you for a week, listening to your ignorance.

  11. matt Says:
    February 10th, 2007 at 4:02 pm

    The Chase family does not represent our community. When I first moved here in 87 yes, our community was predominantly white. It felt strange to me cause I was from Chicago. Though the years it has progressed to a community of diverse cultures and ethnic backgrounds. I have friends from phillapines,vietnam,mexico,honduras,russia. I have a friend who worked with Julie Chase and says she is exactly like that. I guess according to my friend her mother is even worse. Yes, there are still people who carry that mentality that they are better than others. But, along with the growth of the area to a more mixed community we have had some bad elements come into the area. Mostly gang members from other places have tried to infiltrate the area. Unfortunately yes the gang memebers are of mexican decent. They do get a bad rap in this area because of that. You do read in the paper about a group of 20 mexican men beating up people for no reason other than to intimidate. So people who grew up here and have closed minds would focus on all of the bad things and none of the good things. I know alot of mexican familys that have come to the area, opened businesses, raised families. You cannot put all of a race into the same pot. It is wrong. It is the ignorance of this woman that makes her the way she is. Fox pulled that family out of our area because she would make good shock tv. She does not represent all of us. I for one felt embarssment and shame for our town which is not all that bad. If you look at the jail website for our area. Im sorry to burst Julies bubble but there are an awful lot of white men in there. She also said on the show that we dont have gay people here. That is a bunch of bull. We have gay people here in gp. And if you go to Ashland only 40 min from here they have a large gay community. I am sure if she walks around town anywhere the gay people of the community will be happy to let her know they are here. People should be judged by who they are and not what they are. If we were to judge julie by who she is she would be a minority. AND I HOPE SHE CAN NEVER SHOW HER FACE TO THE PUBLIC AGAIN AND HOPE A MEXICAN GETS THE CHANCE TO PUT HER FOOT IN HER MOUTH LITERALLY ! BTW YOU HAVE NO BUSINESS ON NATIONAL TV

  12. Matthew Says:
    February 10th, 2007 at 4:05 pm

    From: westbroo4 3:42 pm
    To: ALL (1 of 1)


    I first have to say that I am not someone who has ever posted any sort of blog on tv shows. But after watching this episode with Julie I could’nt even sleep at night without at least feeling like I had spoken up. I have never been so disgusted by an episode on tv as this one. Julie is the most opinionated,misled obnoxious and unbelievably disgusting person I heave ever seen. How she goes to bed at night is beyond me. I don’t know who would ever choose to marry this wench of a women, she should be living on an island of shame banned from any real life. Clearly, all of america can now see that there was complete unconditional love in Peppers house and a complete breakdown in Julies family. If given the choice, It would’nt even be a thought. To Pepper….I applaud you attempt to even tolerate Julie and I hope that you and your family have a lifetime of love and happiness. To Julie and her family, maybe one day you will find happiness in yourselves to actually be happy with the outside world. I think everone who watched should have learned an important lesson. It does’nt matter what lifestyle you choose as long that it is a respecting and loving one! And to all of you small minded people out there that have posted – Clearly we all know the kind of people you are because the education level is obviously very low considering your spelling.

    I hope one of Julies daughters marry a mexican and I hope the other is a lesbian maybe then she will find acceptance!

  13. Matt Says:
    February 10th, 2007 at 4:12 pm


    this lady is a sorry mother and looks like some kind of drug addict! maybe the local srs will look into her comments! and life style!!!!!!
    We can only pray for a monster like her ! I hope one of those “invaders” remembers her face when she decides to show it in public again! ha then she might watch her mouth!! DRUG ADDICT MOTHER FOR SURE!

  14. dwn2erthchic Says:
    February 10th, 2007 at 10:04 pm

    Julie needs to be in Seroquel treatment, her husband needs to be in a counseling center for kids who have been verbally abused by their father/parents. I have to say Julie is the sickest by far she is someone who do not belong on this planet damaging the rest of humanity. If she thought she is a lunatic MONSTER,well guess what! so did the rest of the country loca!
    The kids are the ones who are getting affected and God forbid they follow into the parents steps. I just hope some brain doctor in boonie Oregon knocks at their door and offer its services if it’s not too late. Then the next thing for Julie will be plastic surgery on her face to make her more acceptable. She looks anorexic, such a lost soul!

  15. JollyGoodFun Says:
    February 11th, 2007 at 12:50 am

    Julie, you can’t hide from the fact that you yell, you roll your eyes like a six-year-old, and you are pretty much generally unpleasant. And none of that is the fault of the editing.

    No one needs you to announce that you’re not gay. That was ridiculous. Your bigotry showed through loud and clear just by that behavior alone!

    I don’t know why I’m bothering; you’re not going to see anything that isn’t your own stupid closed-minded opinion. Have a great life up in bu-fu, Oregon, and please stay away from people who are actually smart. You’re gross.

  16. Great posts Folks!!! Made for Great Reading! Says:
    February 11th, 2007 at 2:11 pm

    I think several things – I think Ms. Julie Chase may think that ALL Hispanics are Mexican. That’s how ignorant I think she really is! Can you imagine? I’m in S. Florida! We must have at least 60 Hispanic countries represented here (not just Cubans, for the ignorant who THINK Miami=Cubans). Julie is so ignorant that she has no clue that Hispanics make up the largest minority in the USA, more than 40 million of them in a country of 300 million! Chances of her daughters marrying Hispanic are 66% in my mind! That WOULD be a good thing, as another poster said – teach her tolerance by the actions (good actions) of her own children in the future.

    To the poster who said she will get plastic surgery – SHE WILL NOW HAVE to because the entire USA knows who she is, what she looks like, and really, has she no clue about WHAT GOES AROUND COMES BACK AROUND and bites ya on the BEhind???????!??!??!?? She needs plastic surgery now – to be incognito (disguise) from now becoming infamous and notorious!!!

    Her husband too, the way he spoke to the girls on the field – this is a passive-aggressive male (actually a passive-aggressive couple). You rarely see THAT – the couple being passive- aggressive, usually one or the other. I’m a maven on this subject – my EX was ans still is passive-aggressive and is WHY the *EX* status….

    heh heh heh

    Unless there is therapy, intense therapy, Julie Chase will never change…..I KNOW, TOSS HER INTO THE MIDDLE OF MIAMI OR NYC (the BRONX comes to mind) with no lifesaver(s)…….*ROFL*

    or Bogota, Colombia also comes to mind……

    Bombay, Calcutta!!! *snickers*

  17. Anonymous Says:
    February 12th, 2007 at 12:55 am

    It seems not to occur to Julie Chase that decent people do not make “racial slams”? Ever. That said, what was frightening about watching this woman was her complete lack of empathy…and the blank empty expression. She did have a bizarre eye pop whenever she had hurt or verbally assaulted someone…like an insect eager to feed on a similar response from one of her victims.
    That said, her family was angry and aggressive towards one another, her husband abusive and demeaning to his children, and they each display contempt for one another. Why are these conservative people with their “family values” so cruel and twisted? This family is a horror show,

  18. KnewJulieOnce Says:
    February 12th, 2007 at 12:37 pm

    You all are forgetting that Julie is a real person. She stated on here, and I am sure you have read, that the show is highly edited to make one party look good, and one party look bad. I too am from Grants Pass Oregon. I grew up with Julie. I’ve known her and her family since I was a very young child. Most of the people that have blogged about Grants Pass, do not know the GP that Julie and I grew up with, we’re talking before 1987, for the one who posted that…our parent’s generation in GP were very intolerant of blacks, hispanics, or anyone different from themselves. Yes, people, there has been and still might be, a KKK in Southern Oregon. Shocking isn’t it? When I was a child, blacks were escorted out of town, and were not allowed after dark. People, this is small town America. Grow up and open your eyes! Not every city is as racially accepting as larger cities in our country. I live in TN now, and there are plenty of communities where a racial mix is unacceptable to them.

    By the way. My husband is Jewish, and only 3 years ago, felt racism in good old Grants Pass…with someone chasing him through a store yelling that Jesus died for his sins so he could eat pork!! Have things changed in GP…not all that much.

    To Julie, if you are reading this…which I hope you are not, due to everyone slamming you…I would love to talk with you. Havent seen you in many many years. Sorry to see you portrayed as a monster on TV. Blog me back.


  19. whereonearth Says:
    February 12th, 2007 at 10:14 pm

    I simply cannot belive what I watched. I really cant. How someone can act that way is beyond all scope of my imagination.
    Yes, Julie it IS HIGHLY bizzare to make *racial slams*. Normal people DONT do those kind of things. The extra crazy shaking/crying/weeping thing at the end of the show just goes to show you that she obviously knows its wrong to be like that, she could just care less. Its like the schoolyard bully who never grew up. I feel sorry for the people of Grants Pass, OR. The whole country is looking down on that place and thats not fair. I will pray for that family, but serious counciling may be their only hope at this point.

  20. GregD Says:
    February 13th, 2007 at 2:54 am

    Did anyone (aside from me) notice that the ‘scenes from next week’s episode’ Part One did not match what was shown on Part Two? For example in the coming attractions the Lane family seemed to be very upset by how Julie allocated the money but at the end of Part 2 this did not come out at all. It is as though Fox changed the ending the week between the two episodes. Did anyone besides me notice this?

  21. GetReal Says:
    February 15th, 2007 at 9:59 pm

    Dorothy – YOU grew up with JULIE? Who’da thunk it? And you’re actually dating a J-E-W? You must be one a’ them thar progressive types. Good luck to you both. And here I thought Oregon would be a nice place to raise kids. NEXT.

  22. jan Says:
    February 19th, 2007 at 6:04 pm

    This episode still haunts me.To think that I live on this planet with such a hollow, souless, intolerant human, raising members of the next generation with her poisonous perverted view of fellow humans. Its a shame her filthy and ridiculous beliefs wont leave this Earth when she does.Her inhumanity is passed on to her innocent girls, and likely their children. We should all pray for those girls. How can anyone, even heartless Julie,not be touched and deeply impressed with the bond and love Pepper and Judy live, breath and teach those fortunate children in that home, also members of our next generation. How could she not see what unconditional love that family expressed, and not yearn to go home , exorcize her demons, and start over. Offended by race, sexual preference,mental challenges? We were all grossly offended by her disfunction, low intellect,arrogance and superiority in the beginning,,,but even more offended and saddened that she learned nothing in the end.

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    I must be the only person who thought that Julie was set up. I thought that Pepper was horrible and the very thought that they would choose someone for the show from another part of the country who would stay with her in SoCal and that they would just think that her lifestyle was the greatest thing going was a little unrealistic. It is typical of liberals to feel that if you don’t have the same opinions as they do that you are an idiot. They are so vocal about being so open to all opinions, but just try to have a different opinion and see where it gets you. I live in a very liberal community and just mentioning that you are a
    Republican and they go nuts and they start calling you all sorts of names (similar to the posts on here). I didn’t dare have a bumper sticker on my car during the election because I know that my car would have been vandalized. These are the nice, kind, sensitive, all-caring folks who only want everyone to be happy and the world to be peaceful and loving. Right! The posts on here certainly demonstrate that, don’t they? Julie, I don’t think that you are a monster and I’m sorry that the all-caring liberals made you feel like one. What hypocrites!!!

  42. ibchick Says:
    March 9th, 2009 at 12:06 pm

    Just watched the rerun today…had to turn it off. No thank you to people who are so ill, mean, rude, ignorant..must I go on? I dont care what you say, editing, etc.. you cant edit it THAT much for your true colors to shine. thank god I do not know these people, live near them. It is so sad that our country is so far beyond in light years for equality and peace. It is so gross that this family truly is like this. Its the cycle of life, Im sure Chase parents were terrible and racist etc and passed it to their children just like Julie is passing it to hers…its never ending hate cycle. For people to think that it is OKAY to treat another human being like this is so SICK. I’m sure she is getting her fair share of HATE right back to her after the nation saw her disgusting self on television. What comes around goes around I look at them as the trash of this nation, the hate, garbage that spews nothing positive in life. Im not wasting anymore time on “these people” they will get theirs.

  43. Kelly Says:
    January 19th, 2012 at 11:36 am

    I am just watching the episode now and I can not believe the complete ignorance of Julie. She can say that the episode was edited, which almost every reality show is, HOWEVER they can not put words in her mouth. Therefore her excuse for the show being edited to make her look bad has no relevance. She said what she said and it was cruel and truely showed the real her. I applaud Pepper for her attempt to get through to Julie and I admire her for finally calling her out in front of other people. It sickens me to know that there are people out there like her. And if she ever reads this I hope you really take a good look at yourself in the mirror and realize how truely ugly you are inside and out and I hope you pray for guidance and help and change your ways. This world is so diverse and beautiful and should be looked at with wonder and care. It does not matter if someone is gay, black, white, hispanic, asian, native american, straight, or bi, handicapped, or fully able, the fact is that we all live in this world and our fates are all connected and for God’s sake we need to all learn to live together and learn to be open minded and tolerant of others! Otherwise we will forever be divided.

    AS for the husband I am happy to see a little improvement on your attitude and hopefully he and the children are able to have a healthy relationship.

    The Lanes I sincerely love your tolerance and belief in teaching your children to be kind and openminded of other people. God Bless you and I hope the best for you all.

    As for Julie…..goodluck in life and hopefully you’re attitude has changed over the years and you have seen the error in your ways. Somehow I doubt that but there are miracles.


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