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For one quarter, Brett Favre looked almost good as new.  Then another big hit put him back on the sidelines.

Favre is doubtful to return to Monday night’s game after getting sacked by Bears defensive end Corey Wooten early in the second quarter.  Favre was tossed to the ground and slammed his head on the frozen turf at TCF Stadium.  The team immediately said he had a head injury.

We’re not even going to begin to speculate on Favre’s future over the next two weeks, much less next season.  He was 5-of-7 for 63 yards, one touchdown, and an interception off a tipped pass before leaving.   Joe Webb is in at quarterback for the Vikings.

To add insult to injury, the Bears quickly scored after Favre’s injury to make the score 17-7 midway through the second quarter.

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  1. jfibertkc says: Dec 20, 2010 9:48 PM

    R.I.P.

  2. importantpftcomment says: Dec 20, 2010 9:51 PM

    Watch for the Favre haters to flood this particular post, not caring about Favre’s condition at all or wishing it was worse! Watch for others to blame the field.

    Favre got his bell rung for sure, quite possibly a concussion but I think it could have happened no matter what turf they were playing on. It was just one of those things……

  3. joerevs300 says: Dec 20, 2010 9:51 PM

    For all the wishy washy things that Brett Favre has done with the retiring/unretiring, and his Jets/Vikings moonlighting, it is very sad to think this might be how he goes out, on a frozen field in a game that meant nothing.

    For so many football fans Brett Farve is a hero. How far he has fallen since his glory days in GB. In the end, it’s just sad to watch.

  4. thereisalwaysnextyear says: Dec 20, 2010 9:51 PM

    And another Viking has head injury, maybe knee related or maybe frozen turn related. This could get interesting as the game goes on…

  5. profootballwalk says: Dec 20, 2010 9:55 PM

    I.N.T.

  6. fthrvic says: Dec 20, 2010 9:57 PM

    well, it was fun while it lasted. At least I can look at the Vikings, Redskins, Lions, and San Fran when I worry about the Cardinals QB problems!

  7. sundaysundaysunday says: Dec 20, 2010 9:59 PM

    He could have done that last week and kept the streak alive

  8. benchokeshischikin says: Dec 20, 2010 10:03 PM

    Upon hearing this news, Peter King has assumed the fetal position; he is sucking his thumb and rocking back and forth and is hear quietly mumbling “come back Brett, come back Brett…sniffle, sniffle, …”

  9. jhorton83 says: Dec 20, 2010 10:03 PM

    I have no idea why Favre wanted to start this game. His streak was over, the Vikings are out of the playoffs, and that field is like concrete. So a man in his 40’s coming off an injury wanted to start a game for a team with nothing to play for on a concrete field. Is he a masochist?

  10. jmw555 says: Dec 20, 2010 10:06 PM

    Just hang it up already!!!!!!

  11. joetoronto says: Dec 20, 2010 10:09 PM

    Yikes, Webb looks even worse than Jackson.

  12. 4sacroc says: Dec 20, 2010 10:12 PM

    The Y.A. Tittle moment.

  13. profootballwalk says: Dec 20, 2010 10:14 PM

    “I have no idea why Favre wanted to start this game. His streak was over, the Vikings are out of the playoffs, and that field is like concrete. So a man in his 40′s coming off an injury wanted to start a game for a team with nothing to play for on a concrete field. Is he a masochist?”

    No – he’s a gunslinger!

  14. smellmyface says: Dec 20, 2010 10:15 PM

    @jhorton83

    Well did you ever think he likes to play the game? I know that may be to much thinking for you to figure that out.

  15. warriorking1112 says: Dec 20, 2010 10:17 PM

    when favre actually retires I could see him getting into coaching to stay in the spot light! He might make a very good qb coach! If he comes back next season I think he should try to play for a team where he would be on the bench the whole season getting healty and learning the teams offense before just jumping in! He has been at it way too long to not take some time to let his body fully heal! He def cant avoid another whole offseason of team workouts he needs them as well as the team does to build chemistry and conditioning!

  16. mkepackfan says: Dec 20, 2010 10:18 PM

    Is he a masochist?

    No jhorton, just an egomaniac looking to make an amazing return from injury, in bad weather, last home game of the year, on MNF

  17. jimmy1smith says: Dec 20, 2010 10:19 PM

    What was sad is that it was McKinnie, the former All Pro Left tackle that got abused by a rookie who knocked Favre out.

    The Vikings have a ton of personnel issues to deal with as soon as this season ends but one of the least expected has been the decline of McKinnie. There is no way the Vikings can look at him and say they can get another year out of him, he has declined that much. McKinnie will enjoy his second career as a strip club bouncer where he can legally carry a club. Well, that and eating lunch down at the Y, those are his only skill sets he has left.

  18. dilberry says: Dec 20, 2010 10:19 PM

    deserves him right for trying to steal Joe Webbs spotlight.

  19. importantpftcomment says: Dec 20, 2010 10:29 PM

    @jhorton83

    It is called being a competitor and having a love for the game itself, things you obviously know nothing about!

  20. warriorking1112 says: Dec 20, 2010 10:29 PM

    I could coming back and playing for couple more seasons! QB’s used to play into there late 40’s when football use to be a real mans game when the equipment was leather and hits were legal! I could see favre as a back up for one season for the eagles or the cowboys then going somewhere to start the following season when he is rested and healthy lol! I could even see him going to the Redskins next season to start and mentor a rookie qb til he is ready! At 42 Favre would still be light years ahead of Rex Grossman in a rebuilding year while a Rookie qb is learning kyles wco!

  21. 85bears4life says: Dec 20, 2010 10:32 PM

    So that means he’s gonna start the 4th quarter right?!?

    Cuz we all know the Vikings are COMPLETELY honest when it comes to the injury report right?

  22. drexelvol says: Dec 20, 2010 10:32 PM

    I blame the field!

  23. Deb says: Dec 20, 2010 10:43 PM

    Nice that Goodell was in the stadium. Wonder if he noticed that it was a hard hit … and maybe the rookie didn’t need to slam Favre to the ground. But it was a legal hit, no spearing, no helmet-to-helmet contact. And it still resulted in a head injury.

    Goodell’s speeches and fines have done nothing to reduce the frequency and severity of player head injuries. But he’s still committed to expanding the regular-season schedule despite the inherent safety issues. When Costas asked last night if he’d consider countering the extra wear and tear on starters by expanding the roster, he said owners have already made that proposal. He just neglected to mention they’ve proposed expanding by only one man. Yeah, his commitment to player safety is dazzling.

    @sundaysundaysunday and jhorton83 …

    Favre didn’t start last week because he wasn’t able to play the game and wasn’t going to put in a token appearance to keep his streak alive. He started this week because he was able to play and that’s his job. He’s a football player and wanted to go out playing the game. It’s not that hard to understand for those who’ve been paying attention the last two decades.

  24. connie73 says: Dec 20, 2010 10:45 PM

    How old do you think he looks on the sideline???
    How sad. His wife don’t even come to see him play. Remember when she was alway in the stands. Now she don’t even support him.
    What a mess he made of his life. And you want me to feel sorry for him. NEVER

  25. jimmysee says: Dec 20, 2010 10:55 PM

    A sorry end on a cold night.

  26. rrrobertson says: Dec 20, 2010 10:56 PM

    he should fine the league $15000

  27. thetooloftools says: Dec 20, 2010 10:58 PM

    Hey, hornheads.
    This ain’t the Meadowlands.
    the lights are out.

  28. ninjapleazee says: Dec 20, 2010 10:59 PM

    best line of the night… “Favre is looking old and cold and in pain”

  29. pudgalvin says: Dec 20, 2010 11:00 PM

    @jhorton:

    I would love to say it’s his love for the game. But it’s not. It’s the need for attention. If it was for the game, he wouldn’t need to have teamates fly to his house to convince him to play. He wouldn’t release photos to ESPN of him visiting a cancer patient. He wouldn’t tell his coaches that he’s out, only to miraculously heal on game day. He’d do it like all the other quarterbacks do it. But he demands the spotlight on himself.

  30. boneyardbuc says: Dec 20, 2010 11:06 PM

    Suicide-by-Bears-D….

  31. bspurloc says: Dec 20, 2010 11:15 PM

    cun cussed

  32. pkrlvr says: Dec 20, 2010 11:18 PM

    jhorton, the dude just loves to play football. Something guys like Haynesworth and Moss would never understand.

  33. 1historian says: Dec 20, 2010 11:19 PM

    Favre used to be one of the really good guys, but you have to know when to walk away. His best days are at least a year back, this whole year has been a sad dance that just about no one is watching anymore.

    Brett – just go away. You have a little bit of hero left in you but if you keep this nonsense up there will be none left and that will be sad because there used to be a LOT.

    How can we miss you if you won’t go away

  34. 1historian says: Dec 20, 2010 11:23 PM

    I’ve been watching sports for a long time and the ONLY player I EVER saw walk away from the game while in his prime was Jim Brown. And he is still universally regarded as the greatest RB ever. He had I can’t remember how many consecutive 1000 yard seasons in a time when they played 12 game seasons, and his ypg of 5.2 is I think still the gold standard.

    It is sad to see an athlete hanging on past his prime but it is pathetic to see what Favre is doing.

  35. zn0rseman says: Dec 20, 2010 11:26 PM

    I just wonder what the heck anyone likes about Joe Webb? It’s a good thing can run fast because the flutter balls he’s throwing are terrrible and are about as accurate as passes from Tavaris T-Joke Jackson… which is pretty bad.

  36. monkeesfan says: Dec 20, 2010 11:27 PM

    importantpftcomment – can you give us ONE good reason why we should mourn Brett Favre suffering a head injury? I’m just upset it wasn’t Myron Pryor’s hit that ended his sorry career.
    This is the most self-important volume stats bully the league has ever seen, a player who takes what he wants, makes it entirely about himself to the intended benefit of no one else, and has the rules not apply to him and then acts with varying degrees of vengeance when someone (the Packers front office or Jenn Sterger) actually says No.

    He started this game because the suspension for sexual harassment is in the pipeline. Now he gets blasted in the head. No one deserves a career-ending head injury more than Brett Favre.

  37. granadafan says: Dec 21, 2010 12:01 AM

    I’m one of the biggest Brett Favre haters around who can’t stand his media-whoring ego and never-ending crying to his waffling over his “retirements” and holding teams hostage while he waits for his entourages to fetch him from his tractor.

    That said, at least the diva wants to play, if only to pad his stats, but that’s more than you can say for quitters like Haynesworth or Randy Moss. I hope Favre just goes away forever, but also hope the concussion isn’t too bad.

  38. importantpftcomment says: Dec 21, 2010 12:11 AM

    @monkeesfan

    I can give you multiple reasons —

    First and foremost, a true football fan never wishes harm against ANY player

    Ok, the FudgePackers told him no, and he went elsewhere. SO WHAT! He thought he could still play and guess what? He put up the best stats of his career last year! He proved them wrong!

    Jen (The Gold Digger) Sterger said no? You have proof of that? The proof the general public has is that he sent the voice mails, it is believed he sent the pics. When did she say no? How do you know she didn’t ask first for the pics?

    You have no clue why he started this game. I (and many others) believe it is his passion for the game, his competitive nature as to why he started. Who is right? Only time will tell, but none of us know for sure at this point in time!

    My opinion, if he was truly worried about this so called sexual harassment claim, he wouldn’t have even considered playing, he would have retired and gone home.

    Favre gave the Vikings the best chance to win period. I’m guessing you saw the game, once he went out the offense was in shambles. Webb has the potential to be a decent QB, but is no where near ready at this time.

    What is truly sad is that the most simple of explanations need to be put out there for people like you!

  39. monkeesfan says: Dec 21, 2010 12:33 AM

    importantpftcomment –

    1 – Like hell no true football fan doesn’t wish injury to a player who proves he deserves it.

    2 – He tried to bully his way back onto the Packers and they FINALLY said No. He strung along the Vikings and they foolishly didn’t say No.

    3 – There is NO evidence Favre didn’t sexually harass Sterger; on the contrary all the evidence – and Favre’s own action getting in one more game before the suspension comes down – shows he did. And it is manifestly in character with him. Gold-digger is the standard rote of denial for supporters of rapists and it is never true. He harassed her, that is a fact, and the suspension is coming for it.

    4 – You underestimate Favre if you think he’d slink away, not with all his enablers between the media (ESPN primarily) and on teams.

    5 – The Vikings were a winning team before he joined them; all he did was ruin the team. They went 12-4, reached the conference title game, and then he threw it away because of his selfishness, and his selfishness made the team erode to where they were not capable of winning when he was there and being the locker room lawyer he is turned the team against the coach, made it all about himself, and thus they didn’t build in some depth. The Packers at least bought some time for Aaron Rodgers to develop enough to become a good quarterback.

    I’m not the problem here – it is the defenders of Favre. He got what he deserved tonight.

  40. cup1981 says: Dec 21, 2010 12:33 AM

    As much as I can’t stand the guy, I hope he isn’t seriously hurt. That-being-said, he needs to stop this charade already and just relax on the sidelines, maybe coach Joe Webb a little, of course he didn’t coach Aaron Rodgers and he is looking damn good.

    Either way Brett, just stay on the sidelines and collect your huge check, then GO AWAY please.

  41. Deb says: Dec 21, 2010 12:40 AM

    connie, connie, connie …

    The rivers, the rivers are calling.

    monkee …

    The Pack didn’t tell Favre “no.” The Pack told Favre “now!” The team wouldn’t give him time to waffle and demanded an immediate decision. As for Sterger … please. This is not a woman who built a career on “no.” And sorry to question your brilliant logic, but if the league were about to hand down a suspension, Brett wouldn’t escape it by running onto the field injured in frigid temperatures. It would be much easier if he just announced his retirement and hopped the next tractor to Hattiesburg. Not even a megalomaniac like Goodell could suspend a guy who didn’t work for him.

    The league isn’t going to suspend Favre, monkee. Santa is not going to fulfill your wish this year.

  42. dkhhuey says: Dec 21, 2010 12:41 AM

    Uff – this year has been a clinic on how to destroy your legacy, your integrity, and entire life of built up good will put on by Tiger and Brett.

  43. jfibertkc says: Dec 21, 2010 3:17 AM

    Anybody who feels sorry for him is a sucker. His old ass came back for a lot of money that he doesn’t need, so whatever injuries befall him are a direct result of greed. And if you say he is a saint, ask Jen what she thinks.

  44. 30ptbuck says: Dec 21, 2010 4:39 AM

    1historian says:
    Dec 20, 2010 11:23 PM
    I’ve been watching sports for a long time and the ONLY player I EVER saw walk away from the game while in his prime was Jim Brown.

    Barry Sanders wasn’t too bad either and he had a hell of alot less talent around him than Brown

    OMG Brett got a head Injury I hope his cell phone is ok
    Oh the one that has a purple helmet and stylized spermies on it
    Dang wait that ain’t right.
    OK OK the one he thinks with
    Nope the one he makes stupid decisions with
    Dang the one that gets pictures taken of and sent all over the country
    I got it the one between his shoulders because the other one certainly isn’t up to that
    Too bad he’s going out with all these injuries maybe if he hadn’t lied about retiring like a petulant child TWICE and cheated on his wife Karma wouldn’t have bit him in his butt or whatever nearby bodily area
    Good Luck Bretteny don’t let the door of the Viking’s facility, courthouse,or home (after the older version of Jenn kicks you out) hit you on the ass on the way out!! Because it might cause another injury and you won’t be able to do the whole will he or won’t he drama this summer

  45. joetoronto says: Dec 21, 2010 5:57 AM

    importantpftcomment says: Dec 21, 2010 12:11 AM

    @monkeesfan

    I can give you multiple reasons —

    First and foremost, a true football fan never wishes harm against ANY player
    *********************************************************
    Exactly, right on the money.

  46. bradyisgod says: Dec 21, 2010 6:10 AM

    Are there not any mental health laws in Minn that make it possible to lock someone up who keeps on wanting to hurt themselves. This guy has serious issues.

  47. tiffpats4eva says: Dec 21, 2010 6:18 AM

    Our long, national nightmare is finally over.

  48. tiffpats4eva says: Dec 21, 2010 6:29 AM

    pkrlvr says:
    Dec 20, 2010 11:18 PM
    jhorton, the dude just loves to play football. Something guys like Haynesworth and Moss would never understand.
    *************

    Of course Moss wouldn’t understand. Brett received $20 mill to play this year and Moss didn’t.

  49. bwisnasky says: Dec 21, 2010 6:32 AM

    For all the wishy washy things that Brett Favre has done with the retiring/unretiring, and his Jets/Vikings moonlighting, it is very sad to think this might be how he goes out, on a frozen field in a game that meant nothing.

    ——————————————-

    Actually, I’m pretty sure the game meant quite a bit to the Bears… at least they played like it. Probably meant quite a bit to the Packers too… for the Vikes.. yes meaningless… but don’t say the game itself meant nothing, because it certainly did mean something to a lot of other people than just Brett Favre… there are actually other people playing the game besides Brett Favre.

  50. eagleswin says: Dec 21, 2010 7:02 AM

    Favre is the first player in NFL History to go from Out-Doubtful-Starting-Out within 8 hours. Call up the record books Favre has another one that won’t be broken as he’s the first player to actually be activated from OUT on gameday.

    You know how they knew he had a head injury? Instead of telling them that he felt like he was 23 out there slinging the ball and having fun like a little kid he told them that he was 40 years old and his body hurt like hell. They knew then he had head trauma.

    I’m also sick of the Favre backers/Packer bashers revisionist history. Favre FORCED his way off the Packers because he wasn’t treated like a GOD by the coaching staff and GM. Favre told them what he wanted them to do and they didn’t scurry off to do it so he pouted.

    One of Favre’s biggest problems is that Favre has been enabled by his coaches for so long. I don’t know why coaches do it as 2 out of his 3 coaches the last 3 years have gotten fired for his performance while he continues to do what he pleases. Pleasing Favre’s ego hasn’t kept them employed.

  51. tim1999 says: Dec 21, 2010 7:37 AM

    From being ruled out to starting ONLY because it was the ESPN Monday night game and Favre deliberately orchestrated one more “what a warrior” ego stroke from his network.
    Favre is such a selfish pig.
    What’s scary about Bretty is that he has no life beyond his own NFL personna.
    Ain’t it great!

  52. hscorpio says: Dec 21, 2010 7:38 AM

    “Ok, the FudgePackers told him no, and he went elsewhere. SO WHAT! He thought he could still play and guess what? He put up the best stats of his career last year! He proved them wrong”

    ==========================

    He didn’t prove the Packers wrong in any way, shape, manner or form. The Packers never publicly (or privately, I’m guessing) said Favre could not play. They just moved on to Aaron Rodgers–who is a pretty good QB in his own right, a whole heap younger and not nearly the diva that Favre is. While they never said this publicly, you’ll never convince me it was for any other reason than Favre’s offseason waffling and horrendous decline in cold weather. Whatever the real reason, it was the right call at the time and remains the right call to this day. The Packers have successfully replaced a HoF QB with one that is among the top QBs in the game today and has a bright future in front of him

    The only person Favre proved wrong was himself. He was wrong all those times he said he’d just retire once his time in GB ended–which he said on more than one occasion.

  53. joepags says: Dec 21, 2010 8:27 AM

    all this shows is that this CLOWN cares nothing about the game and all about himself!!! he should have just hung up his wranglers this year, he was OVER before he began this season!! ruined his legacy!! FARVE IS NOW A JOKE!

  54. nokoolaidcowboy says: Dec 21, 2010 8:53 AM

    Favre has done all of this his way. He knows he truly gave it another shot. The guy is a competitor.

  55. debthebusybody says: Dec 21, 2010 9:02 AM

    I am doubtful this is the last we have heard of him…wanna know why?

    Because I know everything and I like to let EVERYONE know it.

  56. importantpftcomment says: Dec 21, 2010 9:08 AM

    @Deb
    @hscorpio

    The FudgePackers did tell Favre no. When he made the decision to come back, they told him that he could compete for the starting QB job. COMPETE! The QB that played for the for 17 years, won far more games than lost, led the team to the Super Bowl 2 years in a row winning once had to compete for a starting job! What a crock!

    As for Karen Rodgers, yea, he is a good QB, but only time will tell if he is half the QB that Favre is. He gets his bell rung a couple more times, he won’t last 3 more years in the NFL.

  57. jimmysee says: Dec 21, 2010 9:13 AM

    1historian says:
    Dec 20, 2010 11:23 PM
    I’ve been watching sports for a long time and the ONLY player I EVER saw walk away from the game while in his prime was Jim Brown. And he is still universally regarded as the greatest RB ever. He had I can’t remember how many consecutive 1000 yard seasons in a time when they played 12 game seasons, and his ypg of 5.2 is I think still the gold standard.

    ————————————————————–

    Don’t forget Barry Sanders.

  58. theoriginalcaptainmarvel says: Dec 21, 2010 9:21 AM

    Please, morons, lay-off of Favre. He was the highest rated passer in the NFL last year (til the last 2 meaningless games), so quit saying he should have never been playing. It’s McKinney we should be talking about. He has no business playing professional football. He should be bouncing at strip clubs. I swear I’ve never read such stupid comments in my life!

  59. connie73 says: Dec 21, 2010 9:27 AM

    deb deb deb

    Did I say anything that was not true????
    If you think I did you better open your eyes and ears and stop thinking ESPN knows everything.
    Go read what I wrote then tell me if I was wrong.I live in Pgh and Steelers are the team I ONCE ROOTED FOR but not with Ben there.
    You know what I wish for him.

  60. coleton1 says: Dec 21, 2010 9:45 AM

    I wish he would have retired last year

  61. kscogg says: Dec 21, 2010 11:52 AM

    so lemme get this straight. the vikings are paying him a ton of money to play and start and you idiots think its about a streak? really? i’m paid to show up at my job and do it, not to have perfect attendance. thats what he is doing, fulfilling his end of the deal. get off his back already.

  62. granadafan says: Dec 21, 2010 4:35 PM

    Whoever the joker up thread was who said the BrINT would make a good QB coach, all I have to say is, “Bahahahahahahaha”. The selfish diva didn’t even deign to say hello to Aaron Rodgers when he was drafted. Instead of grooming his eventual replacement, Wrangler shunned and completely ignored the young guy. Meanwhile, Aaron ran the scout team and was beloved by his teammates. BrINT? He had his own private parking spot and dressing room so he wouldn’t have to interact or talk to his minions, er teammates. Perhaps the rumors were true about his less than average junk that he texted to Sterger.

  63. monkeesfan says: Dec 21, 2010 6:32 PM

    Deb, he ran onto the field to get in one more game before the suspension comes. He wasn’t injured before the game, and the fact he was at the postgame presser shows he faked injury here like he did in Foxboro. And Favre is so sick with ego and self-love that he’s not capable of retiring and living what’s left of his life in obscurity – this is all what he is as a person, a person who is thoroughly sick with ego and self-love. The league is ready to suspend him and he got in that one more game before it comes – that is not an opinion, Deb, that is something you refuse to understand – fact.

    joetoronto, importantpftcomment is NOT right on the money – a guy like Favre who has proven he deserves career-ending injury is not one who real fans support.

  64. monkeesfan says: Dec 21, 2010 6:41 PM

    importantpftcomment – you left out some pertinent facts in your defense of Favre when the Packers finally said No –

    1 – Favre held them hostage for three-plus years dithering on “retirement.”

    2 – Favre posted a 12-20 record 2005-6 with 47 interceptions.

    3 – Favre threw 147 interceptions in his final eight seasons in Green Bay.

    4 – Favre was 3-6 in his last nine playoff games with the Packers, and his interceptions were conistently the cause.

    By no objective value did Favre earn a starting spot for 2008.

  65. Deb says: Dec 21, 2010 10:22 PM

    @connie …

    Actually, I’m not a big fan of ESPN. But I am partial to common sense.

    @monkee …

    importantpftcomment said it well: No true football fan would wish an injury on any player for any reason. That’s horrible. And you do not know Favre’s inner thoughts on anything, so stop declaring your thoughts about him to be “fact.” You’re nuts if you think the league ever intended to suspend Brett Favre in his final season. It doesn’t work that way. And if Goodell called Brett into his office and said he was about to suspend him, Brett would simply retire. Goodell has no power to suspend former NFL players.

    This is a professional football player who’s been idolized for two decades. Of course he has an ego. Have you ever met any professional athletes? They all have egos. Don’t kid yourself. It’s one reason I’d just as soon not meet my favorites. I don’t want to be disappointed if they act like jerks.

    We all have players and teams we dislike. I really dislike T.O. and will be happy when he leaves the spotlight for good. But I’d never wish harm to him. He’s a stunning athlete and I’m sad for what fame seems to have done to his character. Have heard he was humble once upon a time. But you have taken hatred to the extreme and really need to check yourself.

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