Monthly Archives: December 2011

Betsfactor. If.

IF you can keep your head when all about you
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,
If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,
But make allowance for their doubting too;
If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,
Or being lied about, don’t deal in lies,
Or being hated, don’t give way to hating,
And yet don’t look too good, nor talk too wise:
If you can dream – and not make dreams your master;
If you can think – and not make thoughts your aim;
If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster
And treat those two impostors just the same;
If you can bear to hear the truth you’ve spoken
Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,
Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,
And stoop and build ’em up with worn-out tools:

If you can make one heap of all your winnings
And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss,
And lose, and start again at your beginnings
And never breathe a word about your loss;
If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew
To serve your turn long after they are gone,
And so hold on when there is nothing in you
Except the Will which says to them: ‘Hold on!’

If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,
Or walk with Kings – nor lose the common touch,
if neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you,
If all men count with you, but none too much;
If you can fill the unforgiving minute
With sixty seconds’ worth of distance run,
Yours is the Earth and everything that’s in it,
And – which is more – you’ll be a Man, my son!

Betsfactor.

The End.

With thanks,

Richard

FINAL – Tulisa’s Oratory

Have you done my survey yet?! 

The real star of this weekend’s final has been Tulisa. This was the weekend where she blossomed into a credible talent show judge. Firstly, her performance was very good with the Mixettes, she’s been good fun and happy to mix it up and say what she thinks…. And she cried when they won. BOOM! But her greatest moment this series, was “that” speech.

There was a stealy determination in Tulisa’s eyes on Sunday night. She gave one of the great speeches in reality TV history, indeed in UK history.

Stabbing her finger at the girls, with a stern, steely, sober, serious look on her face she looked out into the distance, leaning into her mic, her perfectly painted lips delivered something short, concise, relatable and powerful.

Girls, amazing. First of all I want to thank every one at home that picked up the phone and kept you in each week. But let me ask those people one thing… “why did you pick up the phone?” You picked up the phone because you wanted to get them through, you wanted to see them to get to the final and you wanted to them win this competition… so, those votes meant nothing unless you… pick..up… the phone….today, tonight right now – they need it, it’s the final – I’ll say it again THEY ARE NOT SAFE <crowd start whooping> VOTE FOR LITTLE MIX.

Seconds later a sponataneous “Little Mix Little Mix” chant erupted in the arena.

At the time I called it a Little Mix evangelical rally with a warm up guy in a pink suit whooping at the crowd to get them going. Seconds later there was more chanting near OllyMurs, and some people performed a hypnotic little mix rap.

What I loved about Tulisa is she’d thought about what she wanted to say; a half hearted attempt from Gary later on suggested he felt he needed to do something similar.

She was always wearing an expression that I would describe as “one tone below neutral” for Marcus’ performances, well aware that the camera would cut to her. Have a look here… the director allows it to linger just a second more than you normally would… (1m 35 in ish)

She’s also learnt the trick in her judging to focus on things like his smile or the fact he brought some festive spirit to the show, not on his voice, performance or talent. Later in the show, she put a facial experession on of almost disappointed grief and pain when she said words to the effect of “well, we’ve done all we can, it’s up to the public now.”

It was all very manipulative.

Which is exactly what they want.

Well done Tulisa – you were a star this weekend. I predict a bright future for you in this competition.

FINAL – Collins’ Coffin and the Producers

To end up working as a senior producer on the X Factor you have to be a pretty smart and experienced person, it would be fair to say much of what they have done this year has been clever. They’ve made a lot of gaffes, but the star stuff was great. Wembley Arena was a stroke of genius – it worked very well indeed, gave the finals night a bit of extra sparkle, and crucially they threw money at it to make it look, on screen, fantastic. They also had very few sound problems (apart from the Leona song where people were yelling during her lovely ballad). It was a very difficult live show to pull off and they did it very well.

They have also managed to get a girlband from 90-1 to winning the show (my average price was 85-1, the site tipped at 75-1). And they’ve been superb at getting rid of the candidates they wanted, at pretty much the time they wanted. The way they nuked a contestant topping the polls for four weeks, but without it seeming too obvious, was a sight to behold.

It is also very important to note that ratings wise this hasn’t been a disaster for the show. The papers might be reporting a drop, but that’s a drop from an incredible series number last year. This has been one of the most watched years ever, and they must be especially thrilled with the auditions numbers, which traditionally are lower than the live shows. ITV will be delighted with the numbers it’s pulled in, but alarmed at the drop for the final. Had this year’s final been Little Mix, Misha B and any one from Craig, Janet or Frankie, they might have found a better number on Monday morning. Also, if the duets were more interesting, they might have done better as well. Instead we had Mr Average, a contestant who shouldn’t even be there and a reasonable girl group.

With that line up, it was so obvious that they were trying to help Little Mix win. You can read the review of Saturday’s show and the things they were doing against Marcus and pro Little Mix in the series of articles written starting here. Numbers 10,9,8 and 7.

I could repeat all the reasons I mentioned as we counted down 50 hours to the win, but I won’t. You can find them in the blog.  The Eleven o’Clock questions are a good starting point.

It’s important to note I wasn’t 100% certain. Even on the night – I think the best thing to read now is my live blog. As I keep saying, if I was that certain I would have put a mortgage on it. However, given I could have hedged for 70% of my winnings, that should show you I was fairly sure! The blog shows the ebbs and flows – not everything that happened on Sunday night was completely perfect for Little Mix. Some stand out moments include the Red and Black horror, the amazing final performance from Marcus complete with tears, a red eyed Gary Barlow, the two cry VT’s Marcus got, the stuff about his mum, the judges using the word star far too much.

Let’s look at some of the more obvious Collins Coffin moments from Sunday:

SHOWMAN – Firstly they encouraged Marcus to whoop, “Come on now”, “Merry Christmas everybody” and so on. EVEN in the winners song he put a wooo in! If they wanted him to win, they would have clamped down on this like a ton of bricks. By starting the vote numbers VT with those whoops on Sunday night, it emphasised that he was just a little bit Butlins. Hey Ya’s staging was big and he had hundreds of dancers, but it was all a bit camp and all a bit cheesy.

MODERNITY – I always remember Louis cementing his position as a reality TV judge by making a massive gamble on the race to be Christmas Number one, during ‘Popstars the Rivals’.

Pete Waterman was churning out what he did in the 1980’s

He’s still stuck there even in 2010 – look at this for instance!. Louis took a gamble with a much sassier and less safe tune. And called it correctly. The producers gave Little Mix a fantastic version of You’ve Got the Love, they gave them Alicia Keys with a bit of beatboxing and Tulisa singing (also bit of a gamble). Both really cool songs and made them look contempoary. But when it mattered they wheeled out Silent Night and En Vogue, which were bigger with the more mature vote. I would guestimate we had about 60% of the votes in the Sunday final (maybe 30% before 10pm Sat, 10% during the day, 60% on Sunday night) There is a bit of fact that this is based on Amelia’s vote (26%) and her vote as a proportion of the final vote(9%). So the Sunday show mattered more.

LAST CHRISTMAS – “I gave you a song and the very next day you went away. This year, to save Barlow from tears I’ll give it to someone better.” As soon as I heard he was doing Last Christmas, I hammered another nail into the Collins Coffin. It was always going to be dire, and surprise surprise, he’s pretty much on his own on stage, a classic tactic when they want to get rid of someone. Sami for instance. If you’re just dancing around on your own, it suddenly looks very karaoke. To also encoruage him to shout “Happy Christmas everyone” like a kids TV presenter with a few more whooooooos for good measure was also deliberate and negative for him. Little Mix get Silent Night, a song I said was a massive gamble (I called it high risk / high reward) but luckily they did fine and sailed on. En Vogue also showed the Mixettes harmonies to the nation as well.

FLAMES – When, in my view, Marcus was being lined up to go in show two (something further highlighted to me when Louis revealed he expected Frankie to make the final), they used flames on stage (hell connotations again). Not as obvious this time, but when the set deisgner asked “shall we chuck a few flames on stage guys?” the answer will have been “Good idea….. Why not… won’t do any harm”.

NIGHT AND DAY. Read this.

I could also talk about the phone numbers, the very clever way they set up the Mixettes to go last on Sunday night, the switching of Little Mix in the semi final, the narrative, the Cowell endorsement, the cry VT’s etc etc. Throughout the series I wrote more and more reasons why they would win it – you can see them peppered throughout the blog.

The producers have actually done pretty well. They scored some superb numbers, and this is the first season without Simon Cowell remember! The show has survived without him. They’ve also managed to get a GROUP a *group* to win the show. Even more astonishingly A GIRL GROUP, which was essential for the long term credibility of the format. They’ve engineered some very clean, swift and decisive hits and also used all sorts of tactics to knock out popular contestants they didn’t like.

They made some terrible decisions as well, harming the long term brand. From constant group manufacturing, The Risk being a fantastic example, to playing the sort of cards they can only play once (and should never play at all if they can help it), like bringing back contestants and fiddling with the format. If you’re knocked out, don’t worry, we’ll bring you back as member of a new group, or just half way through the competition. And of course their grand finale, ruined yet again.

When “getting rid” of contestants, they’ve been clinical, cold, calculating and ruthless. With Marcus, they scored their final, clean hit. Whether you agree with the ethics, you have to agree, they’ve been precision shooters. 

FINAL – The Winners Single – Red and Black or….?

I 100% stand by my Red and Black theory. I am utterly convinced it’s correct. If it appears, and there are several “key indicators” then the contestant is being deliberately hindered.

I’d been saying during the week, that they tend to use blue and white lighting for the winners song (generally the same for each act).

But, who got blue….? And in a delicious twist – who got hints of Red and Black?!
Well that’s one way of looking at it.

Actually LM didn’t get red and blacked for the crucial part of the song (the bit they use on the Vote VT). By this point we had golden yellows and a hint of purple. Neither did they always have loads of red behind them when the camera picked up on them.  They had it for about a third of the song if you watch closely.

So what was actually going on. To me it’s as clear as night and day….

NIGHT. Dark. The World at Night. But NO STARS. Funny that.

And did you notice during our darkened scene, not a single star.

Funny how they disappeared in the final isn’t it….

DAY. A New dawn, the rising of a star. Bright sunrise.

It was a wonderful contradiction of Red and Black and Wishing on a Star all in one go.

But it was thought through!

FINAL – Crashing Cowell’s Car

I’m going to pump out anything left I’ve got to say over the next 36 hours. I think interest will wane very quickly, so I will just pump out a few more articles and that’ll be Betsfactor.

If you want any evidence of how the producers are still making elementary mistakes you need only look at the winners song. I was really really disappointed with the producers who just seem staggeringly hopeless at times. They have blown any possible chance of Little Mix getting Christmas number one (this is probably a good thing anyway), by screwing up one of the most important minutes of television.

When the winner sings the final song, at the key change they normally allow the rest of the contestants onto the stage to supposedly sing the rest of the song with them. This often leads to problems. Now, MAYBE, allowing a few finalists who made the tour to do this, with the threat that they would be kicked off it if they even touched the winning contestants, would be a gamble – but to allow Daz and HJ from Nu Vibe and some guy who came 16th to flood the stage is just utter utter madness.

I was very disappointed in that final moment, they well and truly screwed it up and it could so easily have been prevented. The expression on Gary and Louis’ face said it all.

 

 

It was a shambolic moment where 40 seconds of the backing track continues to play, none of them could sing even of they want to, because they’ve been mobbed by Sami and that one from the Risk who came in as a solo artist, got knocked out, came in again as a member of Nu Vibe and then got knocked out and then came in as a member of the Risk and got knocked out. It will have cost them 100k in record sales at least.

Why can’t these producers realise that that moment of television is crucial. Yes, if Alexandra nails it in front of her friends it’s amazing TV, but as a group they didn’t even need this. The girls were choking back tears as they realised they’d been made stars, did we get to see them as the song crescendoed? No, of course not. Why should the viewers get to see the moment of television they’ve expended cash and many hours on. This summed it up the entire series for me. Shambling from one week to another with elementary errors. They STILL haven’t learnt their lesson. The viewing figures for the final this year said it all.

They could have had the most emotional moment on TV as the girls on the verge of a nervous breakdown revel in the eletion of making it. But instead they **** it up. An utter utter dogs dinner that could so easily have been prevented.

Now, with that rant out of the way, the producers were also very clever this weekend! But like taking a driving test, you failed on one element, so you fail the test.

You crashed Cowell’s expensive car just when you got almost got it home.

VOTING STATS REVEALED

Morning. Overnight the full voting stats were revealed. Some really interesting facts. I’ve sort of cack handedly rounded the figures up and down to the nearest point. If it’s a 0.5 I make a random decision not based on any logic as it’s 1am and I just can’t sleep!

NOT A LANDSLIDE – The race between Marcus and Little Mix was nowhere near a landslide as the markets were suggesting. It was closer, but you could tell the producers thought they could do it. There was a sort of gritty focus from Tulisa last night! There’s loads of analysis we could do on all these stats and I am sure we will at some point, but Little Mix ended with 48%, Marcus 42%. We need to study these more carefully before we say it was a 6% win, because it’s a bit complex involving the vote freeze and so on. They are still 6 clear percentage points ahead. At the first freeze there was just 4.5% in it. Amelia also had 26% of the votes at this point, only 8 points off Marcus.  This explains why the producers were trying everything this weekend. Although, it serves them right for a hint of red and black in the final song – this was just reckless stupidity. Please treat the above with caution – I am too tired to work out how the 9% of Amelia votes counted blah blah. Off the top of my head, it looks like 2/3rd of the votes were cast AFTER 10pm on Saturday.

SEMI FINAL – Despite coming second Marcus was only 4 points off elimination. LM 34 / Marcus 24 / Amelia 21 / Misha 20. Amelia clung on by 1.2%. Marcus by less than 4%. It was very tight at the bottom. Actually, Gary’s dirty tricks galvanised the supporters of the Mix.

Let’s look at the rest of the series:

Week Two – Any old nonsense week – Janet 24 / Risk 11 / Sophie 9 / LM 9/ Misha 8 / Craig 7 / Marcus 7 / Johnny 7 / Sami 6 / Kitty 6 / Frankie 5 / Nu Vibe 3. Nu Vibe picked up 2.6% of the final vote in Week Two – half what Frankie got. Kitty was next bottom – despite being on last and doing that decent performance of Bjork. Janet had DOUBLE the votes of the second placed act, The Risk. (Janet 24/ Risk 11 / Sophie 9/LM 9 / Misha 8). Little Mix were doing OK – placed 4th at this point, albeit with Janet having nearly triple their votes!

Week Three – Rock Week – Janet 17 / Johnny 17 / Misha 12 / Marcus 11 / Risk 8 / LM 6 / Frankie 6 / Craig 6 / Sophie 6 / Sammie 6 / Kitty 5. Johnny ALMOST topped this poll with that Darkness song he did. Both scored 17. Misha comes 3rd DESPITE BULLYGATE! Which would explain why the producers were quite happy to run with that story again in the VT the next week. However with it being early days and every percentage point mattering (ie 11% is only 1 in 9 votes) it was still a bonkers decision in Week Four. It  would explain why the producers felt it safe to run the bully allegations again next week.  LM in serious trouble this week – they actually were 6th in the vote out of 11, but only 1% point seperated the ENTIRE bottom 6. The producers also got their way with Sophie on 5.8% third from bottom. It was very very very tight.

Week Four – Shambles/Halloween Week -Janet 15 / LM 14 / Craig 13 / Kitty 13 / Johnny 12 / Marcus 10 / The Risk 7 / Frankie 6 / Sophie 5 / Misha 5 Little Mix with that game changing ET performance, came second here, just one point OFF Janet! (Janet 15 / LM 14) This must have been the moment the producers went…. “WOW! Stick a cry VT and a decent performance and you get a second place. Let’s go for it!” Hence their final slot the week after. Craig and Kitty do very well as well, all acts on at the end of the show. Bullygate is a disaster for Misha – suggesting the actual stuff on the TV on the night didn’t do any damage, rather the resulting press coverage of it afterwards. She is at the bottom of the poll, with Sophie very close behind. Frankie escapes by 0.3%.

Week Five – Disco Week – Janet 18 / Marcus 16 / Misha 12 / LM 12 / Craig 10 / Frankie 9 / Johnny 8 / Kitty 8 / Risk 7. Marcus gets second spot here – Janet 18 /Marcus 16 / Misha 12. Misha’s decent performance and I think she has the VT about her mum this week (can someone remind me?), sends her shooting from 5% to 12%. Little Mix score 12, even though they don’t deserve it. The Risk crash out. Frankie clings on from the bottom three by 0.4%. Johnny was actually third from bottom over Kitty by 0.7%, but the judges got rid of him.

Week Six – Queen/Lady Gaga – Amelia 27 / Janet 17/ LM 15 / Marcus 13/ Craig 11 / Kitty 8 / Misha B 8 Amelia gets a stunning stunning number here. She scores 27% of the vote and tops the poll with her comeback performance. Janet is 10 points behind on 17 (Somebody to Love). LM 3rd on 15% (Telephone mash up). Misha and Kitty are clear of the rest and in the bottom two. AGAIN Misha is BOTTOM of the poll, only by 0.4%, but bottom – and saved. The producers sense blood and decide to go for Janet.

Week Seven – Movie Night – Little Mix 26 / Misha 22 /Janet 15 / Marcus 14 / Amelia 11 / Craig 11. Craig was bottom by 0.4% in this week. Amelia wasn’t far behind therefore. She falls from a 27% rating to a 11% in one week – this is the week they gave her Think! This is the first week the Mixs top the poll – Don’t let Go scores 26%. Misha  again gets a mammoth bounce trebling her score from last week (8% – 22%!),

Week Eight  – Guilty Pleasures .  Amelia 24 / LM 22 / Marcus 21 / Janet 18 / Misha 15.  Amelia, who was on last but had some weak songs and average VT’s and was in the bottom two the week before, TOPPED this poll. It was again pretty close. They took their chance to get rid of Janet whilst they could. You can also see why they are so keen to keep Misha, they know that she is the most talented – but crucially it’s been proven to them that she can get the numbers, if she does the right song and they get the VT right.

Half baked “middle of the night” he can’t sleep, conclusions:

* Marcus is your middle of the road, reasonable quality, X Factor contestant. His scores show that throughout as well. He’s just so consistently mid table, and so consistently average. Like a Fulham of the Premier League. Never hitting the top and never hitting the bottom, just trundling along.

* Misha and Amelia were very “yo-yo” contestants. They would have a good week and then crash into the bottom two and so on. Sofabet call this the “sympathy bounce” and I think you get a good indication of that here. Kitty rarely hit it off with the public though.

* When we thought Little Mix nailed it, so did the public.

* In the weeks after the first show, but before the show really gets going, (say Week 2,3 and 4) you have to be really careful, because the margins are so tight. Presumably they get less votes anyway, and margins are wafer thin – see week 3 for instance. These are weeks when you have to be careful, but there may be value in some long prices.

* Craig didn’t blow anyone away. Jar of Hearts was probably his peak, and that was before anyone could vote!

I’m sure there is WAY more, but that will do for now!

Please do do the survey if you could spare two minutes. 

NEXT – Tulisa and THAT Speech.

BETSFACTOR EXTRA

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The staggeringly tacky logo (I think it’s funny) will stay for a bit, but the garish yellow will vanish in a little while!

Plenty off post show stuff to come if you enjoy Betsfactor.

I’ll be focusing on quality over quantity this week (well, writing less, you can be the judge of the quality).

I’ve re-opened the e mail subscription thing if you want to get it in your inbox. There will be approx 2 posts a day for the next week or so, and then maybe an adhoc one when I feel like it.

Coming up this week:

– Were Little Mix Red and Blacked?

THAT Speech. Tulisa blew me away.

– The Voting Stats analysis (Tomorrow)

– Great things the producers did this weekend.

– The big gaffe the producers made this weekend.

– And plenty more.

– And we’ll close with a moving poem

And if people are still reading and I can be bothered – what I reckon really happened over the series. Just for fun, what I think REALLY went on in the producers heads.

Tomorrow – Voting Stats Revealed.

WIN – LIVE BLOG

Welcome back. I’ve had a celebratory satsuma.

Betsfactor FINAL CASH STASH – 79.4 points up. We held our nerve. 

We’re waiting for the voting stats to be revealed….. When we get the details I will start pouring over it – this is when you see just what happened.

A few things I’ll be blogging on –

* Why, in my opinion, the producers still haven’t quite sorted things out. They made a HUGE cock up earlier.

* The evangelical Little Mix Rally leads them to success. How the producers helped.

* Were Little Mix Red and Blacked?

* Judges predictions time…

GARY – Goes for – FRANKIE to win.

KELLY – Goes for JANET

LOUIS – Goes for JANET/FRANKIE – FINAL.

Tulisa’s prediction appeared to be tampered with.

HERE WE GO:

Week two – WINNER – Janet. RUNNER UP – The Risk (WOW!)

Week three – WINNER – Janet – RUNNER UP – Johnny (I think that was Darkness week?)

Week four – WINNER – Janet – RUNNER UP – Little Mix (ET Halloween, and Janet’s spooky Police performance)

Week five WINNER – Janet – RUNNER UP Marcus (Reet Petite week)

Week six WINNER – Amelia RUNNER UP – Janet (Show Must Go On week)

Week seven – WINNER – Little Mix RUNNER UP – Misha B (En Vogue Week)

Week eight – WINNER – Amelia – RUNNER UP – Little Mix (Beautiful Week – Amelia gets bounce)

Semi Final – WINNER – Little Mix – RUNNER UP – Marcus

Final – Little Mix / Marcus.

Marcus never won a week.

Janet was absolutely running away with it – but they managed to ditch her – amazing.

There was a real danger of Amelia WINNING the show – she lead the vote in the final five

Lots of very interesting stuff here.

Louis’ made a very very bold prediction – he’s tipping Little Mix to go to number one on iTunes. Astonishing stuff…

Hope you like the tacky logo by the way, my friend Rob spent at least ten minutes on that.

Have you done this yet?!

Still waiting for the detailed stats breakdown….

Well, we can explain the star theory here – they could not have the danger of Amelia winning the show.

Olly Murs hasn’t been bad as a presenter. Philip Schofield talks about how they have made history – of course they have – world history…. Leigh-Anne says she knew they had something special….

The big stat pdf is not out yet – still waiting!

Still waiting. Must also write a post on Tulisa’s Churchill speeches.

Ha – this is a great front page picture – sums it all up!

Got a picture coming up which I will talk about tomorrow…

EVEN on the front of the Times – rightly so…

Coming tomorrow: An amusing and telling photo – why the producers screwed up!

Still waiting!!!!! Might go to bed soon!

Tulisa wants Little Mix to be “RnB (not red and black) pop with an urban edge.”

Just watching ITV2 on the plus box – did Tulisa let slip she knew one of the results of the weekly vote…- she went “I knew they were runner up… ohhh.” and then stopped herself… Interesting!

Olly predicts Misha B, Dermot predicts Misha B, Caroline predicted Craig.

OK everyone (probably about two viewers left), this is pettering out like a Little Mix “Winners Single” performance. So I will leave it there and do some analysis in the morning. It’s been a lot of fun, thanks for reading and I’ll be back tomorrow with loads of bits and pieces…

 

WIN – IF

If. By Rudyard Kipling.
IF you can keep your head when all about you
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,
If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,
But make allowance for their doubting too;
If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,
Or being lied about, don’t deal in lies,
Or being hated, don’t give way to hating,
And yet don’t look too good, nor talk too wise:
If you can dream – and not make dreams your master;
If you can think – and not make thoughts your aim;
If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster
And treat those two impostors just the same;
If you can bear to hear the truth you’ve spoken
Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,
Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,
And stoop and build ’em up with worn-out tools:

If you can make one heap of all your winnings
And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss,
And lose, and start again at your beginnings
And never breathe a word about your loss;
If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew
To serve your turn long after they are gone,
And so hold on when there is nothing in you
Except the Will which says to them: ‘Hold on!’

If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,
‘ Or walk with Kings – nor lose the common touch,
if neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you,
If all men count with you, but none too much;
If you can fill the unforgiving minute
With sixty seconds’ worth of distance run,
Yours is the Earth and everything that’s in it,
And – which is more – you’ll be a Man, my son!

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