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What the hell's wrong with you, you're not stupid or something, are you? We've got trickle-quick dial up service, curiously spotty and unreliable broadband (that seriously isn't our fault, we swear, it's your local provider's fault,) and we wholly own MovieFone. That's the wicked media trifecta by all accounts, what else could you people want from us, Kinkos printed fliers?
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