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Eli Manning: Super Bowl win doesn’t change things, except two days

Super Bowl XLVI MVP Eli Manning Visits Disney World Getty Images

Giants quarterback Eli Manning is emphasizing the importance of he and his teammates working this offseason like a team that has something to prove, not like a team that has something to celebrate.

Manning said on NBC Sports Talk that only two days of this offseason are going to be different for him as a Super Bowl champion than they would be if the Giants were in the position of any of the other 31 NFL teams.

“It really shouldn’t change things in your preparation,” Manning said. “The only difference is you have a night when you go get your Super Bowl ring and a day when you get to go to the White House and visit the president. Other than that, everything should be the same.”

The reality is it’s more than two days that are different: For Manning there’s also the day he spent at Disney World as the Super Bowl MVP, and for himself and many of his teammates there are many more media events and personal appearances in an offseason following a Super Bowl win than there are in a typical offseason. But Manning, who also said recently that he’s focusing more on improving the Giants’ 9-7 regular season record than anything else, clearly has the right approach this offseason: The Giants aren’t resting on their laurels.

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61 Responses to “Eli Manning: Super Bowl win doesn’t change things, except two days”
  1. sudz28 says: Jun 5, 2012 6:38 AM

    Good comments Eli. And it’s completely true, he realizes they took home the trophy thanks to getting hot at just the right time. Heck, they were swept by the Redskins in the regular season for cryin’ out loud! I thought they looked pretty bad/mediocre all season until they sort of fell into the playoffs. But once there, they made the most of it. Don’t expect that to happen again though.

  2. robf2010 says: Jun 5, 2012 7:01 AM

    Very smart, Eli. The Giants not only got hot at the right time, they got a very favorable playoff path and they had a good bit of luck in that. A Falcons team that had nothing, a Packers team that totally laid an egg, the 49ers rather than the Saints, and the Pats, whose number they seem to have. Does not diminish what they did. They won the tournament fair and square but it surely could have been different. They are not a dominant team.

  3. EJ says: Jun 5, 2012 7:03 AM

    Either extreme luck or the poise of a champion, the kids got one of the two.

  4. cooklynn17 says: Jun 5, 2012 7:06 AM

    It doesen’t change anything except your place in history kid. Great post season run Eli. See you in Canton.

  5. classicjake says: Jun 5, 2012 7:12 AM

    I cannot wait til week 16 vs ravens
    In Baltimore. Eli will be in the hospital
    Next off season.

  6. jag8917 says: Jun 5, 2012 7:13 AM

    Couldn’t be any prouder of Eli leading my favorite team. Go get’em!

  7. east96st says: Jun 5, 2012 7:32 AM

    “They won the tournament fair and square but it surely could have been different. ”

    Absolutely idiotic comment. A different ref, wind blowing a different way, a slip here, a tip there – all variables that could and would change every single football game ever played. Anything and everything ‘surely could have been different’ if just one thing changed. To imply a different set of circumstances would have changed the ultimate result of the Giants post season run is something that cannot be proved or disproved, simply because it never happened. But, yes, things would “have been different”. Any time you change the teams, the locations, the officiating crew, etc., it is, of course, “different”. Had the Giants not suffered through a rash of injuries during the season and had the lockout not occurred forcing the Giants to cut players to get under the cap and field rookies that had no training camp, the Giants might have gone undefeated. Or they might not have made the playoffs at all. But, surely, it would have been different.

  8. jdigi22 says: Jun 5, 2012 7:35 AM

    oh please…fell into the playoffs? they won 3 of their last 4 games! favorable playoff path? 1 seed packers @ lambeau, 2 seed 49ers @ candlestick and the Patriots. only more difficult playoff run in recent history? 07 giants.

  9. doubledee88 says: Jun 5, 2012 7:36 AM

    It also changes another date.. Thanksgiving when you get to rub it in Peyton’s face every year that you have two rings. haha

  10. eaglesw00t says: Jun 5, 2012 7:39 AM

    As much as I hate him as an Eagles fan, I must be truthful in admitting that I kind of envy the Giants for having that kind of guy running your offense.

    He isnt egotistical. He isnt outspoken. He goes to work, prepares well, and works hard.

    When the game is on the line, he is usually clutch. As much as I like to make fun of the guy for looking goofy as hell, he really overcomes that with his performance.

  11. kevsright says: Jun 5, 2012 7:42 AM

    SB win doesn’t change things?

    As an Eagles fan, I wouldn’t know.. :(

    We DO have those ancient trophies, made of dinosaur hide and petrified who-knows-what.

  12. n0hopeleft says: Jun 5, 2012 7:45 AM

    classicjake says:
    Jun 5, 2012 7:12 AM
    I cannot wait til week 16 vs ravens
    In Baltimore. Eli will be in the hospital
    Next off season.

    _______________________________

    RIGHT. Except you’re playing Eli Manning, not Mark Sanchez.

    I remember when we played the Ravens a few years ago, you know, when your defense was actually scary?

    But hey, nothing like an AFC Championship game choke to make you mad.. Clearly you’re not over it yet.

  13. bigbluefan1 says: Jun 5, 2012 7:49 AM

    classicjake says:Jun 5, 2012 7:12 AM

    I cannot wait til week 16 vs ravens
    In Baltimore. Eli will be in the hospital
    Next off season.

    _________________________________

    Wow what did Eli do to upset you so much it was the Pats that took you out of the playoffs.
    Well the Pats and some really poor play by the Ravens.

    We have Eli you have Joe Flacko Eli has not one but two rings and Flacko has zero.

  14. selldannysell says: Jun 5, 2012 7:52 AM

    As big of a Skins fan as I am, I have to respect Eli Manning. He’s not getting full of himself and he’s showing that he’s a true leader of this team by trying to keep it focused on improving.

  15. manuich1 says: Jun 5, 2012 7:58 AM

    I cannot wait til week 16 vs ravens In Baltimore. Eli will be in the hospital Next off season.
    _________________________________________________________________

    Go rewatch the NFC Championship game please. If Eli didn’t need to go to the hospital after that game I’m pretty dam sure he won’t need to go after the Ravens game. Ravens better hope they don’t need to win that game to get in the playoffs cause it aint going to happen.

  16. phillyb6 says: Jun 5, 2012 8:07 AM

    Eli could win 5 rings to Peyton’s 1 and Peyton would still be better.

  17. pixelito says: Jun 5, 2012 8:13 AM

    It’s a great time to be a Giant fan… We are truly blessed like no other team in the league.

  18. gcsuk says: Jun 5, 2012 8:24 AM

    sudz28 says: Jun 5, 2012 6:38 AM
    I thought they looked pretty bad/mediocre all season until they sort of fell into the playoffs. But once there, they made the most of it. Don’t expect that to happen again though.
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    “Fell into the playoffs”? How, by beating the Cowboys twice and the Jets to WIN their way into the playoffs? And why can’t you expect it to happen again? Isn’t that pretty much how it played out in 2007…like, EXACTLY how it played out?

    Sounds like a lot of sour grapes from some of the above posters…except “classicjake”. He’s just a complete tool. I guess Eli doesn’t have to worry about Suggs at least, since he’s gone for the SEASON!!! Enjoy that one.

  19. nygdriveforfive says: Jun 5, 2012 8:37 AM

    When Eli is voted into the hall of fame( which will happen) the first comment on PFT will have something do with luck. How any one can doubt his greatness is beyond me. These people must not be fans of “stats” or “SB Rings”. One more ring(which is coming) will only make Eli the luckiest guy in the world.

  20. cooklynn17 says: Jun 5, 2012 8:42 AM

    classicjake says: Jun 5, 2012 7:12 AM

    I cannot wait til week 16 vs ravens In Baltimore. Eli will be in the hospital next off season.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Sure thing Classic Idiot.

    Eli will be at the hospital visiting Joe Flacco after Pierre-Paul comes of the edge and destroys that overrated fool.

    All In…

  21. bosspower says: Jun 5, 2012 8:59 AM

    A favorable path? That is a New 1. The Saints Drew Brees would have been under Pressure If he had to play that Playoff Pass Rush. Who Cares about Washington? These guys won 5 games and they talk like they won a Superbowl. The Falcons Moved up toplay the Giants bcuz they did not want to play New Orleans. Then The Giants played 15-1 Green Bay with The Reigning MVP, Then after The 49ers repeatedly said they wanted the Giants to win bcuz they would rather play them, The Giants went out there and Beat them, Oh and they were only 13-3 with the Nfl’s Number 1 Defense. Then we played 2 Time MVP Tom Brady in SB after Belichik “forced Eli to throw to Manningham” I say they beat Everybody there was to beat, U dnt need to be dominant, U just need to win, But the Giants wer Dominant as they crushed ATL, and GB, and beat Belichik D and NFL’s Number 1 D.

  22. bosspower says: Jun 5, 2012 9:02 AM

    And Ravens Fans where do you think Joe Flacco gonna end up when Giants Play you?

  23. n0hopeleft says: Jun 5, 2012 9:03 AM

    robf2010 says:
    Jun 5, 2012 7:01 AM
    Very smart, Eli. The Giants not only got hot at the right time, they got a very favorable playoff path and they had a good bit of luck in that. A Falcons team that had nothing, a Packers team that totally laid an egg, the 49ers rather than the Saints, and the Pats, whose number they seem to have. Does not diminish what they did. They won the tournament fair and square but it surely could have been different. They are not a dominant team.
    _______________________________

    Ya, playing the #1 offense, the #1 defense, and the #1 QB was really a favorable path.

    Good call on your part.

  24. anon5121 says: Jun 5, 2012 9:10 AM

    The Giants deserve all the credit in the world. When the opportunities came, they grabbed them by the horns…especially Eli. Every other major QB choked those moments away. This nonsense that the Giants were just lucky is utterly offensive. Luck is a part of every championship run.

    The 2011 Giants team was tons of fun to watch. The late game heroics of Eli, the defense and special teams finally manning up and pulling their weight, all to win another SB as a team.

    No one predicted the Giants to win it all. No one thought they had the talent level. And they didnt. They were rated the THIRD best team in the NFC East! To watch them come together as a team under Coughlin was inspiring.

    Watching Eli Manning become a cold-blooded field general was incredible and inspiring. This kid has the heart of a champion, and he probably doesn’t even realize it. He probably thinks he’s just doing his job.

    Kudos to the Giants. So many of my students, boys and girls, look up to them. Especially, Eli. I wish nothing but the best for that team.

  25. hamcamnewton says: Jun 5, 2012 9:10 AM

    lucky son of a b

    if tom had not got that grounding penalty in their first drive pretty much costing them the whole first half.. it woulda been a pats victory

  26. bosspower says: Jun 5, 2012 9:12 AM

    Listen Bcuz I think most fans have forgotten the object of the game, Regular season is a means to qualify for Postseason, Postseason is where Champions are made and Eli and Giants won that twice. Postseason!!!!! He did it Twice!!!!! That would raise alarms if I was on Opposing teams. He Obviously knows how to win Big Games in your house, So keep making Excuses, He will keep Winning and giving you more Excuses as to why he has 3 and 4 champioships!!!!! LMAO!!!!

  27. electionconfidential says: Jun 5, 2012 9:18 AM

    9-7 is pretty lackluster, but when you beat the Cowboys, Falcons, Packers, 49ers and Patriots back to back you must have had something. Eli might need to do a little more to get to Canton, not sure…

  28. bigbluecott says: Jun 5, 2012 9:22 AM

    I love the haters that get on PFT just to look up stories about the Giants to talk trash on them. The Super Bowl win was crap, they had a four game losing streak (which by the way was against 3 playoff teams and the eagles), they lost to the skins twice, they lost to the seahawks, they had an easy road through the playoffs (which is the dumbest thing that could be said, every team in the playoffs earned it), they only won because of getting hot at the right time,….. Ect. It’s amazing! Where are all the people that respect what the Giants did? The…Hey, good for them for playing their best when it counts, The… Well, they did win 2 SuperBowls in the past 5 years, The…. Perhaps we should all just start to realize that the Giants are the real deal and will be for as long as Eli is at the helm.

  29. gcsuk says: Jun 5, 2012 9:28 AM

    hamcamnewton says: Jun 5, 2012 9:10 AM

    lucky son of a b

    if tom had not got that grounding penalty in their first drive pretty much costing them the whole first half.. it woulda been a pats victory
    ———————————————————————-

    And if Welker “woulda” caught that pass, and if Gronk “woulda” caught the pass that was intercepted by Blackburn, and if Gronk “woulda” been healthy…

    Woulda, shoulda, didn’t. Deal with it.

  30. pooflingingmonkey says: Jun 5, 2012 9:41 AM

    The difference between Eli and Peyton is that Eli’s more concerned with team goals, whereas Peyton is, was and always will be interested more in his stats and legacy.

    Who thought Eli would win more championships than Peyton? Not me.

  31. jackm79 says: Jun 5, 2012 9:49 AM

    You can have anyone else, I’ll take Eli.

  32. greymares says: Jun 5, 2012 9:50 AM

    WOW i’ve been to disney 8 times and have never been able to get a picture of Mickey and Goofy in the same picture. NICE JOB.

  33. canesgiants says: Jun 5, 2012 9:53 AM

    if tom had not got that grounding penalty in their first drive pretty much costing them the whole first half.. it woulda been a pats victory
    ====================================
    and if they dont call the bs holding call the pats dont make it out of the first half. if walker catchest the ball who knows. but i do know one thing–who won the super bowl.

  34. slashrancid says: Jun 5, 2012 10:02 AM

    Giants @ Ravens Week 16.

    Note to self: Get Flacco’s skirt cleaned in Week 15 for the big dance.

    -Signed, Giants NASCAR package.

  35. bigbluecrew420 says: Jun 5, 2012 10:02 AM

    Robf2010
    Spewed…

    Very smart, Eli. The Giants not only got hot at the right time, they got a very favorable playoff path and they had a good bit of luck in that. A Falcons team that had nothing, a Packers team that totally laid an egg, the 49ers rather than the Saints, and the Pats, whose number they seem to have. Does not diminish what they did. They won the tournament fair and square but it surely could have been different. They are not a dominant team.

    ————————————————-

    Yeah your right. The giants did have an “easy” path to the championship. In the regular season they had to play NE GB SF & NO. No other team in the NFC east got to play those terrible teams.

    Thank goodness they got to play SF GB and NE (all on the road) in the playoffs too. I personally can’t think of an easier path to a championship.

    Btw every time I read comments like that it just makes the championship feel sooo much better!!!

  36. bullcharger says: Jun 5, 2012 10:07 AM

    Eli drives me crazy. That said, it’s because he has beaten the Patriots twice in the Superbowl blocking a chance at getting into the Montana, Bradshaw club for Brady. I have great respect for both Peyton and Eli and any chance I get to see the Patriots and Brady duel against either QB is a great day.

    Eli has two Super Bowl rings and with a few more strong years will be going to Canton for sure.

  37. bigbadal21 says: Jun 5, 2012 10:08 AM

    The 49′s were not the #1 defense in the NFL. They were #1 against the run. When something is listed as a fact and it is wrong it makes the other assertions less valid. That said the 49′s had a darn good defense and the Giants earned their Superbowl victory.

  38. fngs1 says: Jun 5, 2012 10:39 AM

    As a GB fan, you need to give the Giants Their respect.

  39. hamcamnewton says: Jun 5, 2012 10:40 AM

    lol you guys must know its true, you know.. getting all defensive and all

    ive been over it.. weve been featured in the superbowl 5 times and won 3, had an undefeated season this past decade.. so trust me it feels great to be a pats fan even tho we lost again

    i do admit im jealous that eli is still in his prime and tom is a few years away from retirement, even though his play hasnt slowed down, but his wont be able to take it

  40. hamcamnewton says: Jun 5, 2012 10:43 AM

    another thing.. you giants fans know damn well without a couple of miracle plays in both super bowls you would be butt hurt right now from being 0-2 to the pats

    lucky AF

  41. eaglesnoles05 says: Jun 5, 2012 10:44 AM

    “Fell into the playoffs”?
    ————————————–

    Yep. Facts are facts- 9-7 teams that make the playoffs fall in, ive always thought. Would’ve said the same about my team. And the 8-8 chargers last year. And the 8-8 broncos this year.

    It’s ok, G-fans. You won! A truly great playoff run where you beat the 2 best NFC teams in their house! No need to pretend 9-7 reg season is anything by falling into the playoffs though. Sorry.

  42. eaglesnoles05 says: Jun 5, 2012 10:51 AM

    And @bigbluecrew420- lol, it seems me, and Eli, and Robf2012 see something you don’t… See previous comment… Lombardi is the goal, and you’ve got it. Enjoy it. But again, and even your masterful Eli seems to have a full grasp on this… “No need to pretend that a 9-7 regular season is anything but falling into the playoffs.” They need to get better, and they will I think. So are we though… should be an AWESOME 2 game Philly NYG slate this season. As it always is. Most fun rivalry in the league, imo.

  43. pongonfl says: Jun 5, 2012 10:51 AM

    The officiating the Giants had to play through at GB and in the Superbowl was epic.
    Goodell wanted a Patriots-Packers superbowl pretty bad.
    But Eli just would not stop. lol

  44. jetsflyinghigh says: Jun 5, 2012 11:46 AM

    everyone saying the giants got lucky in the playoffs is so far off. i do believe they were lucky to have gotten to the playoffs as 9-7 does not normally win the nfc east. the cowboys blew the first game against the giants, but none of that matters. once the giants got in, they made the most of it and they beat those teams, no one handed them games. the only game i even thought they deserved to lose was the 49ers game, but you know what? they didn’t. they took it all the way and everyone saying they got lucky is just still upset their team didn’t win it all.

  45. bigdicebuddha says: Jun 5, 2012 11:53 AM

    The Giants won their division by beating Dallas twice in two must win games including the final game of the season.

    They didn’t fall into the playoffs.

  46. screenjam110 says: Jun 5, 2012 12:04 PM

    “if tom had not got that grounding penalty in their first drive pretty much costing them the whole first half.. it woulda been a pats victory”

    If if if…..

    If my aunt had balls she’d be my uncle.

    Go blue.

  47. bigpara says: Jun 5, 2012 12:10 PM

    hamcamnewton says:
    Jun 5, 2012 10:43 AM
    another thing.. you giants fans know damn well without a couple of miracle plays in both super bowls you would be butt hurt right now from being 0-2 to the pats

    lucky AF
    ========================================================================
    You at all these haters, it seems like every SB has a miracle play in it. Giants fell into the playoffs that’s one dumb comment, beating a division foe that had the same dream, to come back from 14 in the fourth to win it, and then to slap them around again in the final week, skill. Then to beat up on the Jets that were trying to make the playoffs, too. Child, there are no falling into the playoffs, the Giants work themselves into the playoffs. People are still crying about the Giants winning the SB, the Giants got lucky, Giants won’t make the playoffs next season, Eli is a bum, blah, blah, who cares. The record books say that the Giants are the 2012 Super Bowl winners and nothing else. Giants had a tough schedule in the playoffs and they were the victors . Stop it wah, wah. Get a life, move on. Eli will be laid in the hospital by the Ravens, the Ravens D is so old I am surprise they won’t be in wheel chairs before week 3. Ravens offensive only has 1 thing going for them, Ray Rice, with out him they are nothing. Eagles really you wanna talk trash, you make the playoffs to only choke, enjoy that empty trophy case. Skins fans, yes your team beat the Giants twice, so what, how long have the Giants been whooping on the Skins before that, who won the big one, not you. Enjoy last place AGAIN.

  48. jakek2 says: Jun 5, 2012 12:13 PM

    Giants will be 12-4 top seed. Much easier path for these playoffs. Host Carolina, host SF, beat Brady for a third time.

  49. hedleykow says: Jun 5, 2012 12:13 PM

    Unlike Drew Brees , Manning doesn’t need an explanation. He’ll do the explaining when explanation is required.

  50. mullman7675 says: Jun 5, 2012 12:15 PM

    Eli beat brady and belicheat twice in the biggest game. Eli and the giants have yet to be busted for cheating. Just a recap..

  51. siennaLilo says: Jun 5, 2012 12:24 PM

    Eli is goofy? I think he’s really handsome. Really sexy. After his SNL performance, my sisters and I are OBSESSED. Anyway, the Giants are the easiest team to root for. Tough, classy, and they never give up. Love the Giants. Love Eli.

  52. jakek2 says: Jun 5, 2012 12:38 PM

    Dynasty in the making.

  53. bigbluefan1 says: Jun 5, 2012 2:30 PM

    yeah they fell into the payoffs how they did that I do not know.
    Oh wait no I know they had a better record then the Skins the Egals and the Cowpokes

    They had an easy run in the playoffs.

    Yeah shutting out the Falcons playing not just the packers but the officals as well.

    And then they were in the fight of there life againest the 49ers.
    Yeah that was easy.

    Eli is stupid and the Giants are lucky and NY is a dump and all giant fans are dumb.

    Did I get it all ?

    Anyway on opening night us dumb fans will watch stupid eli and the lucky Giants raise the banner.
    Call the Giants and there fans what ever you like just make sure you say it right Stupid or Dumb world champions!!!!!!!
    Child Please

  54. bigbluecott says: Jun 5, 2012 2:39 PM

    HAHAHA…. I am a die hard Giants fan and I love Eli! He is the man. But, that being said… he IS goofy looking! He always makes the strangest facial expressions. However, he sure can throw a damn good looking football!

  55. eaglesnoles05 says: Jun 5, 2012 2:39 PM

    lol @screenjam110 – If while I’m making excuses for a team losing I say that a grounding penalty in the first drive cost them the whole first half (???), then that pretty much says it all = Loss.

  56. bigbluecrew420 says: Jun 5, 2012 3:12 PM

    Eaglesnoles

    What is the over/under on games Vic plays this year? Is it 6 or 7? I can’t remember.

    Either way the eagles will be last in the NFC east.

    Nice life

  57. eaglesnoles05 says: Jun 5, 2012 3:12 PM

    Aw, bigbluefan1 fan… the classic wrong ‘their’ when mocking people for calling you stupid. Stupid world champions though, indeed. I’ll give you that, sir.

  58. bluefan204 says: Jun 5, 2012 3:31 PM

    robf2010 says: Jun 5, 2012 7:01 AM

    Very smart, Eli. The Giants not only got hot at the right time, they got a very favorable playoff path

    Stuff like this never ceases to amaze me. A favorable playoff path?! The only real break they got was SF beating NO. The Saints have undoubtedly had their number in recent years, but give me a break with blowing off the other teams. You sound like a complete moron, and a bitter one at that. The Falcons, at home, are ALWAYS a tough team. They got manhandled. The 15-1 Pack at Lambeau…are you kidding me? They laid an egg? No credit to the Giants for basically holding that offense to 6 points, but for a few ridiculously bad calls in their(GB) favor? Please.Just.Stop.

    Last but not least, a favorable trip to SF. Yeah, a nice easy game against a crushing defense, and the most punishing game of Eli Manning’s NFL career. It was in a bowl of mud with high winds, and the fact that it was a low scoring affair should have surprised no one. Oh wait….they got lucky with the 2 “fumbles” by Kyle Williams, right? Nevermind that one of those “fumbles” was forced by Devin Thomas when he blasted Williams and stripped the ball.

    Favorable…you bitter clowns make me laugh….

  59. alaricsrevenge says: Jun 5, 2012 3:34 PM

    bigbluecrew420 says:
    Jun 5, 2012 3:12 PM
    Eaglesnoles

    What is the over/under on games Vic plays this year? Is it 6 or 7? I can’t remember.

    Either way the eagles will be last in the NFC east.

    Nice life

    ———————————————

    BBC420, did you forget that the Redskins are in our division?

    Now as an Eagles fan it’s hard to admit that Eli has turned into an elite QB in this league but that’s just the truth. Yeah, I was a guy that called him soft like everyone else but I’ll give the credit where it’s due..Eli’s earned it. I look forward to playing the Giants twice a year because it’s always a slug fest

  60. bigbluecrew420 says: Jun 5, 2012 3:35 PM

    The more I think about how terrible the eagles are going to be for the next 3 seasons (minimum) the more I understand the resentment and dare I say jealousy spewing outta eaglesnoles05.

    I mean Vick is way too frail, especially playing in the NFC east. JPP Tuck Osi Kiwi twice a year alone will end his season right quick.

    After this year and the eagle finish last in the NFC east, Vick will be gone so will Mr. Reid. They will be rebuilding from the ground up.

    Whereas the G-Men will be building a new trophy case.

  61. eaglesnoles05 says: Jun 6, 2012 12:42 AM

    Last? Lol, ok bro.

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