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It is fuba..

but people THOUGHT THEY WERE BUGGE**D last time..

I don't remember those that well though.. because all they were really was delayed..

the people I remember were those who were hurt by the crash.

Hurt by a boom = Unable to buy something you would like to buy

Hurt by crash = Unable to pay for something you have bought that is now worth less then you paid for it.

one is annoying, the other and you may never recover financially in this lifetime.

Remember, you are annoyed.. but you are really only delayed..

a lot of people are going to be ruined.

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