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Neill Blomkamp Shares Pulse Rifle From New Alien Movie!

Neill Blomkamp has just posted a brand new picture on Instagram – this time instead of concept art from his new Alien movie, we get to see a prop of the Pulse Rifle! The M41A Pulse Rifle was, of course, the iconic weapon that the Colonial Marines used in James Cameron’s Aliens so it’s implied we’ll be seeing lots more of them in his yet untitled Alien sequel. Blomkamp’s caption reads: “We all knew there would be pulse rifles. Obviously. Now with added RIS.” RIS stands for Rail Interface System which is the term used for attaching accessories to weapons such tactical lights or scopes.

We all knew there would be pulse rifles. Obviously. Now with added RIS

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The Pulse Rifle is a lightweight pulse-action assault rifle firing 10x24mm rounds with a 30mm over-and-under pump action grenade launcher. We saw Ripley put it to good use when she rescued Newt from the Alien hive. The gun made another appearance in Alien 3 with the Weyland-Yutani mercenaries but by the time the events in Alien Resurrection happened 200 years later, the weapon was obsolete. You can read the full technical details of the weapon over on the AvP Wiki. Thanks to Ultramorph for the news.



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  1. PRJ_since1990
    Although I don't like the Call of Duty mentality that comes to mind, I can't be too stuck in the mud over it.

    That seems to be something people are projecting onto it though. Attachments like this do exist outside of Call of Duty and related games.
    Yeah I know. It just has a bad vibe to it, all things considered. It's so ubiquitous in society today that, for someone like myself, I tend not to be affiliated with that crowd.

    Like I said, do what you want to it but keep the movie noises and sounds. Please.

    Although I don't like the Call of Duty mentality that comes to mind, I can't be too stuck in the mud over it.

    That seems to be something people are projecting onto it though. Attachments like this do exist outside of Call of Duty and related games.
    While that is true, most of your average everyday infantry don't have access to all sorts of attachments unless they pay for it themselves.
    [...] This whole "Codifying" BS really needs to stop, it's the shit people use today.
    We live in a world where the best selling game about "realistic" (used loosely) warfare game is worshiped by a population that consists, namely, of immature 10-15 yr olds that shouldn't be playing it and frat house-style bros that shame the gaming community. I could bash this franchise all day because it has systematically ruined the gaming industry and turned it into a Hollywood-like institution where we find fewer and fewer gems among the piles of crap each year. CoD-ifying has ruined many things and I don't want that stupid game series touching our Alien franchise.

    I am legitimately concerned that "upgrading" a gun that was futuristic 30 years ago to look like weapons of today will look too out of context, thus hurting the fantasy aspect of the film. Attachments are real. But doesn't it just seem like a cheap attempt to garner attention to slap some optics and/or other bits and bobs to "keep it the same but different?" Last time the PR got an upgrade, it got an additional flamethrower attachment :) 
  2. PVTDukeMorrison
    Although I don't like the Call of Duty mentality that comes to mind, I can't be too stuck in the mud over it.

    That seems to be something people are projecting onto it though. Attachments like this do exist outside of Call of Duty and related games.
    While that is true, most of your average everyday infantry don't have access to all sorts of attachments unless they pay for it themselves. What's on the pulse rifle at the moment is nothing really over the top for an infantry unit, especially Marines. A muzzle brake? Boo hoo they're common on every modern firearm that's not in possession of some 3rd world goat herder. The IR laser system? If a unit is going to be conducting night operations it's standard issue. A red dot? Now that one is a little harder to justify, usually an infantry unit will be outfitted with the standard iron sights or a medium to long range telescopic sight (think ACOG or Elcan), it's mostly SOF that you see running around with red dots as they're better for close quarters. This whole "Codifying" BS really needs to stop, it's the shit people use today. What I have an issue with is how it looks tacked on, the rails should really be integrated into the frame and the sight should be integrated into the carry handle a la craptastic G36
  3. Gates
    Not enough information...for me, it's yay or nay depending on story...for all their bluster, the troops in Aliens were bottom of the barrel grunts...not sure if it's been said, but in today's military regular troops only ever get standard issue weapons 'cause tricked out gadgets cost way too much to let every soldier with a rifle utilize...however, special forces are allowed to pimp their weaponry as they see fit...modular weaponry is the future...that said, if it turns out the soldiers (if that's in-fact what they even are) using these modded pulse rifles are some sort of specialized units, I gotz no beef with it...
  4. PRJ_since1990
    While I don't care about the attachments, I don't see why it'd be boring to have the same design. It's a gun. We see the same ones over and over and over and over and over in films that use real weapons and people don't care.
    Agreed 100%. I feel like if as long as the PR sounds the same, and functions the same then I am ok with it. Put scopes and stuff on it. Modular weaponry is a thing. Although I don't like the Call of Duty mentality that comes to mind, I can't be too stuck in the mud over it.
  5. Foxtrot94
    We see the same ones over and over and over and over and over in films that use real weapons

    Yeah but that's cause they're real weapons. Here, it's sci-fi. They have the freedom and the... "excuse" to do more than propose the same exact design, and they should, in my opinion.

    Then, liking the looks of the attachments is another story. I just don't agree on complaining about their presence itself. Even though I got nothing particularly against this design. Corporal Hicks made some good points on the matter. But that's all about taste, you know, when it comes to how things look. And there's no point in arguing over taste, which is what I saw some people do a few pages back.
  6. SiL
    While I don't care about the attachments, I don't see why it'd be boring to have the same design. It's a gun. We see the same ones over and over and over and over and over in films that use real weapons and people don't care.
  7. Foxtrot94
    Tacticool incoming.... :-
    You know what other Aliens media had RIS on it's pulse rifles?

    Aliens: Colonial Marines :P

    And it was one of the few things that it did right.

    Seriously, I can understand those who complain about the look of these attachments, "Too modern, it's supposed to be da future!!!", and all that, but not at all those who complain about the attachments' presence altogether. It ain't true that it makes no sense for Marines to have them. If anything, it wouldn't make sense for them not to have them at all.
    That argument just feels like unhealthy Aliens worshipping. An extreme.

    I love the Pulse Rifle, it's a classic, but I wouldn't like to see it unchanged in a new movie. Would be boring to see the exact same design from 30 years ago again, unchanged and untouched. Especially on a gun that doesn't have that much going on for it like the Smartgun and its targeting system, for example. So bring on dem attachments please. Just, I agree on making them more interesting, I like the idea I read earlier, to have a motion tracker screen mounted on it. Something like that.
  8. Njm1983
    Love the pulse rifle and it's return. I don't like the rails and the additions in their present look. When I look at the rifle it doesn't scream at me what it's parts are. When I look at the rail and the added sight and laser they are easily identified and feel like something from today's military.

    Basically they need to be redressed in order to appear more in line with the existing equipment. Because in their current state they scream what they are and its boring and uninteresting as a result.

  9. Danny Harrigan
    The company could kidnap them because they know too much, they know what was Burke's plan and WYC dont want them to talk to anybody.

    My idea:They catch them and bring them back to LV 426 by the backup marines but the marines also becomes prisoners and they wanted them to be hosts or use them for experiments to train the aliens.So they team up with Rip to defeat the company.When they later break out and finally they explode the Derelict and the whole facility that gives the reason WYC need Ripley in Alien 3 again.And i think Bishop is cooperative with Hicks and the others but if the company giving him an instruction he will bring that egg on board in the final minute because thats how he was designed.

    But that would work only if the actors have rejuvenating make up.

    I think something like that would be better than a full retcon what i hate.As nowadays almost every franchise has a reboot prequel or soft reboot..if someone dont like the idea of between Aliens and Alien 3 that person could think this movie is not connected to the third and forth (as Jurassic World not mentions the last 2 film).The fifth  Alien could exist as a third movie but also gives solution for the fans who like the last two film to be canon.

    as someone who is in the military, it is very realistic to see outdated tech even on new stuff. This pulse rifle is more believable to me having rails, peq box, and a red dot.
  10. HuDaFuK
    I actually quite like the idea of a more modular Pulse Rifle, in theory. There are tons of great fan-made examples on the internet and I've even dabbled with the idea myself in my own artwork. But I agree using current attachments like those in that image is the wrong way to do it. It's supposed to be the future.

    I'm hoping the one in the pic's just a testbed and anything like that in the actual film would use specially created "future" add-ons.
  11. Origin
    Really happy to see more people being specific about their criticisms. My original post was a purely knee jerk reaction, so I'd like to clarify.

    The point I believe I was trying to make wasn't that adding accessories/attachments that have a practical use was sacrilege, but rather that if there ARE ones to be used, they need to fit the aesthetic of the era/universe they belong to.
  12. broughtpain
    GAH! that's more insult than anything. A picatinny rail? A generic looking red dot? That laser on the side? It's nice to know midway USA is still around in the future...

    Don't forget there's a potterfield vs weyland joke in there somewhere.
  13. hfeldhaus
    Maybe thats an another Sulaco which first picks up Ripley and the folks (we have a half Bishop as well)and than they go to the Derelict

    People keep coming out with ideas like this without ever bothering to ask why. Why the hell would Weyland-Yutani kidnap them only to set them on their way again and then later be so desperate to recover Ripley on Fury? It makes no sense. Same as the silly cloning idea that's been suggested. There's no logical endgame.

    Exactly.  Either have the balls to do the full retcon or do a completely different film without the old characters.  No time travel.  No cloning.  No android imposters.

    I'd have a lot more respect for the film if it just ignored Alien 3. I'd have even more respect if it didn't have the oldies in it. Is anyone even confident Weaver and Biehn can carry a film these days?
  14. Perfect-Organism
    Maybe thats an another Sulaco which first picks up Ripley and the folks (we have a half Bishop as well)and than they go to the Derelict

    People keep coming out with ideas like this without ever bothering to ask why. Why the hell would Weyland-Yutani kidnap them only to set them on their way again and then later be so desperate to recover Ripley on Fury? It makes no sense. Same as the silly cloning idea that's been suggested. There's no logical endgame.

    Exactly.  Either have the balls to do the full retcon or do a completely different film without the old characters.  No time travel.  No cloning.  No android imposters.
  15. HuDaFuK
    Maybe thats an another Sulaco which first picks up Ripley and the folks (we have a half Bishop as well)and than they go to the Derelict

    People keep coming out with ideas like this without ever bothering to ask why. Why the hell would Weyland-Yutani kidnap them only to set them on their way again and then later be so desperate to recover Ripley on Fury? It makes no sense. Same as the silly cloning idea that's been suggested. There's no logical endgame.
  16. blood.
    Maybe a more convincing advancement on the aliens equipment would be to incorporate the motion tracker screen onto the side of the pulse rifle, and perhaps able to be folded shut or completely detached.

    Maybe the bulky motion tracker's inner workings can be in place of the grenade launcher, so then we have completely alternate versions of the pulse rifle with the same primary firing mode... On that note, take a page from the xm8, same weapon platform with multiple layouts available depending on the operator's role in the squad.

    http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/systems/ground/images/xm8-poster.jpg
  17. Danny Harrigan
    The concept arts shows Hicks and Ripley old as the actors are, so i don't think that's a plan for the movie to take place between Aliens and Alien 3.
    Maybe a few scenes like in TGenysy they get a younger look just to explain what happened to them.
    But if takes between AS and A3 as a second part of Aliens the movie could explain how the eggs getting on board of Sulaco or why the cryo tubes are different.Maybe thats an another Sulaco which first picks up Ripley and the folks (we have a half Bishop as well)and than they go to the Derelict which is still in place after the detonation and theres a laboratory too as the concept shows.That would explain Wyc exactly knows where was the Derelict and the colony was there to have people to be hosts.


    all those rails and accessories existed in 1986, leaving them out from the weapons was a design choice by Cameron (he got involved in this stuff) and the crew, possibly something to do with the complex headsets and trackers that the marines carried, the smartgun operator certainly didn't need something primitive like sights, who knows. definitely not a budget problem as they had dozens of guns in the background racks that were never even used like old british rifles.
    knowing that it's hard not to think that adding modern accessories everywhere isn't more than a decision coming from a really basic videogames-focused inspiration

    overall a pretty small "bad sign" though and i'm expecting some good concepts will still come out later for this movie (please drop the alien suit)
  18. blood.
    Why not have accessories fully integrated into the pulse rifle design almost like options available to the individual's specific needs from new? Seems that would be something a future military weapon would have. Rather then modern systems on an 80's future gun.
  19. HuDaFuK
    Saying the guns in Aliens not looking futuristic now compared to when they did, in Aliens, is odd, given that those weapons are WWII replicas with some extra modeling and body added.

    They weren't meant to be WWII-era guns though... Sure, that's what Bapty used to build them, but their fictional specs were very much futuristic technology (to the point where caseless ammunition still hasn't really been cracked).
  20. Corporal Hicks
    It's not odd as they're dressed up to look futuristic. You wouldn't know that was a Thompson under the PR without being told.

    But as I said before, there's nothing wrong with adding rails to it. It's unfair to call it "COD" fanboy wankerisms or whatever as it is what modern rifles are doing. It is realistic and it is happening in the real world and it's not due to Call of Duty (and I hate that game too). And again, as I said before, there's a level of restraint to be had and for me that is the unnecessaryness (yes, I know it's not a word) that is the PEQ box.

    There's nothing saying this isn't following the Aliens aesthetic. We've seen one prop so far that is undeniably a Pulse Rifle with added realistic flavour. I'm hoping this isn't the final look for the thing as I'm not fond of some of what's on the picture but to condemn the film based on a little tease is unfair.
  21. NickisSmart
    Saying the guns in Aliens not looking futuristic now compared to when they did, in Aliens, is odd, given that those weapons are WWII replicas with some extra modeling and body added.

    My favorite weapon was the smartguns though, with the steadicam vests. So meta. XD
  22. raymon felch
     ;D  :)  :)
    this is awesome!! i cant what to see this them41a pulse rifles are back!! ;)
    thank god i loved the guns in aliens..
    i just hope corporal hicks is back to ;D
  23. xeno pup
     the USCM was ispired by the vietnam war era.... not call of duty. i dotn see why a universe were there were no rail systems and modern attachments would all of a sudden have them.. it doesn't feel or look right. i hope thy dont go hog wild and make everything completely different DONT TOUCH THE MARINES ARMOR AND UNIFORMS!!!! >:(
  24. CainsSon
    We're all fanboys here (fangirls too).  I hope you don't mean that term in a disparaging way.

    No I didn't mean it in a negative way.  I just know that Aliens as a film specifically has a very passionate following.

    The solution presented above can't work.  The actors are 30 years older.  It would make sense to digitally de-age them for a few scenes, but for a whole movie?  Methinks no.

    Why not? The last film I've seen that used that technology was Terminator Genisys. For the scenes that took place in the 80's Arnold looks flawless.  I think that it could and should be done.

    In addition, fitting a story in between the films would be like trying to milk everything possible out of the Aliens aesthetic with the understanding that the ending of the story is fixed.  The main characters would be doomed.  Aliens fans will be satisfied when the continuity is severed and the story possibilities are open-ended with a new continuity direction created.

    I believe that as long as the story was good it wouldn't matter.  A film set between Aliens and Alien 3 could be a good send off for those characters and fill the void that many Aliens fans have.  Specifically, seeing a return of the militaristic themes that weren't carried over into Alien 3 &4.  This way the fanbase gets their Aliens sequel and also keeps the series continuity intact.
    I also think this is a possibility. Where in the end it is up to you to decide whether you want to ignore the age thing and consider this a sequel between aliens and a3 or if you want to consider it a finale and wipe out a3 and 4.
    Again, we really dont know enough but we've all seen the concept art. Clearly we are in for some adjustments.
  25. marrerom
    We're all fanboys here (fangirls too).  I hope you don't mean that term in a disparaging way.

    No I didn't mean it in a negative way.  I just know that Aliens as a film specifically has a very passionate following.

    The solution presented above can't work.  The actors are 30 years older.  It would make sense to digitally de-age them for a few scenes, but for a whole movie?  Methinks no.

    Why not? The last film I've seen that used that technology was Terminator Genisys. For the scenes that took place in the 80's Arnold looks flawless.  I think that it could and should be done.

    In addition, fitting a story in between the films would be like trying to milk everything possible out of the Aliens aesthetic with the understanding that the ending of the story is fixed.  The main characters would be doomed.  Aliens fans will be satisfied when the continuity is severed and the story possibilities are open-ended with a new continuity direction created.

    I believe that as long as the story was good it wouldn't matter.  A film set between Aliens and Alien 3 could be a good send off for those characters and fill the void that many Aliens fans have.  Specifically, seeing a return of the militaristic themes that weren't carried over into Alien 3 &4.  This way the fanbase gets their Aliens sequel and also keeps the series continuity intact.
  26. hfeldhaus
    I think he means doing away with Ripley and Hicks. They really should do something with the back up Marines that were on their way to LV 426. We'll get Colonial Marines and it would be much less messy.
  27. Perfect-Organism
    That look cant be the one we will se in the movie because it just looks like a home made fan extended Pulse rifle. :) I think as the movie should take place 25-30 years after Aliens than they should upgrade the look of the gun obviously(like Force Awakens will after 32 years after Return of the Jedi), and they not in prepro that much to have a final look prop from the film.Blomkamp just finished the first draft.

    For the retcon/not retcon thing i think its very much important for the fans if its always topic, and we all fans knows what happend in A3 and Ressurection no matter how old a fan is and who havent seen the last two i think not a real fan.
    It was mentioned it shouldnt include Ripley and Hicks and would be easier to do a stand alone spin off of course but its all started as Sigourney wanted to finish Ripleys story in a proper way and she dont wanted to continue from wher Res left that movie would made aroun 2001 there was a script but she dont wanted to do becaudlse Eart setting or who knows why...so the only way to follow up is after the Aliens/Alien 3 era which i like but i still like A3 and Res and i dont want to get retconned or multiverse..so what could be the solution makes everyone happy?

    I think Blomkamp's film being set between Aliens and Alien3 would be a perfect solution.  This way the Aliens fanboys get to have their dream follow up film to Aliens and it wont affect the continuity of the rest of the series.

    We're all fanboys here (fangirls too).  I hope you don't mean that term in a disparaging way.

    The solution presented above can't work.  The actors are 30 years older.  It would make sense to digitally de-age them for a few scenes, but for a whole movie?  Methinks no.

    In addition, fitting a story in between the films would be like trying to milk everything possible out of the Aliens aesthetic with the understanding that the ending of the story is fixed.  The main characters would be doomed.  Aliens fans will be satisfied when the continuity is severed and the story possibilities are open-ended with a new continuity direction created.
  28. marrerom
    That look cant be the one we will se in the movie because it just looks like a home made fan extended Pulse rifle. :) I think as the movie should take place 25-30 years after Aliens than they should upgrade the look of the gun obviously(like Force Awakens will after 32 years after Return of the Jedi), and they not in prepro that much to have a final look prop from the film.Blomkamp just finished the first draft.

    For the retcon/not retcon thing i think its very much important for the fans if its always topic, and we all fans knows what happend in A3 and Ressurection no matter how old a fan is and who havent seen the last two i think not a real fan.
    It was mentioned it shouldnt include Ripley and Hicks and would be easier to do a stand alone spin off of course but its all started as Sigourney wanted to finish Ripleys story in a proper way and she dont wanted to continue from wher Res left that movie would made aroun 2001 there was a script but she dont wanted to do becaudlse Eart setting or who knows why...so the only way to follow up is after the Aliens/Alien 3 era which i like but i still like A3 and Res and i dont want to get retconned or multiverse..so what could be the solution makes everyone happy?

    I think Blomkamp's film being set between Aliens and Alien3 would be a perfect solution.  This way the Aliens fanboys get to have their dream follow up film to Aliens and it wont affect the continuity of the rest of the series.
  29. Mr. Clemens
    It was mentioned it shouldnt include Ripley and Hicks and would be easier to do a stand alone spin off of course but its all started as Sigourney wanted to finish Ripleys story in a proper way and she dont wanted to continue from wher Res left that movie would made aroun 2001 there was a script but she dont wanted to do becaudlse Eart setting or who knows why...so the only way to follow up is after the Aliens/Alien 3 era which i like but i still like A3 and Res and i dont want to get retconned or multiverse..so what could be the solution makes everyone happy?

    Thoughts broken into coherent sentences.
  30. Danny Harrigan
    That look cant be the one we will se in the movie because it just looks like a home made fan extended Pulse rifle. :) I think as the movie should take place 25-30 years after Aliens than they should upgrade the look of the gun obviously(like Force Awakens will after 32 years after Return of the Jedi), and they not in prepro that much to have a final look prop from the film.Blomkamp just finished the first draft.

    For the retcon/not retcon thing i think its very much important for the fans if its always topic, and we all fans knows what happend in A3 and Ressurection no matter how old a fan is and who havent seen the last two i think not a real fan.
    It was mentioned it shouldnt include Ripley and Hicks and would be easier to do a stand alone spin off of course but its all started as Sigourney wanted to finish Ripleys story in a proper way and she dont wanted to continue from wher Res left that movie would made aroun 2001 there was a script but she dont wanted to do becaudlse Eart setting or who knows why...so the only way to follow up is after the Aliens/Alien 3 era which i like but i still like A3 and Res and i dont want to get retconned or multiverse..so what could be the solution makes everyone happy?
  31. HuDaFuK
    If Blomkamp wants to make a 'true' sequel to Aliens he should adhere to the style, like CA did with Alien Isolation.

    This is actually a solid point. CA specifically duplicated the look and tech of Alien regardless of how technology has advanced in the mean time, and it helped that game immeasurably. Altering things just because you can feels unnecessary.

    Of course, maybe there are reasons in Blomkamp's script, but I think hfeldhaus' raises a good point.
  32. hfeldhaus
    It's not the 80's but if the modern version looks like this then no thanks. It's been said in this thread but it looks like a CoD gun and that's never a good thing. If Blomkamp wants to make a 'true' sequel to Aliens he should adhere to the style, like CA did with Alien Isolation. The sights aren't a problem either, it's a gun of aesthetics not practicality.
  33. Corporal Hicks
    As for the Pulse rifle, what's the point of the rail system and attachments? The pulse rifle is an 80's gun. Look cool and shoot from the hip, dousing it in tinsle defeats the gun. Keep it simple and if you want integrate the laser but keep the Iron sights.

    It's not the 80s anymore. As much as I love the PR, I hate that it doesn't have any sights. The handle could/is/maybe supposed to be iron sights but it's poor. One of the very very very very few things A:CM did right was having attachments. It should be able to field more than whats on it. The future is about modular weaponry. What grounds Alien and Aliens so well is that it seems futuristic but modern at the say time.

    Nothing wrong with this being a M41-B Pulse Rifle.

    That said...I do dislike the PEQ box and the flash-hider. The PEQ box seems redudant as the Sight Mark on the rifle atm has a dual sight version with a laser sight as well as the reflex itself and it ruins the flow of the weapon too much. The flash hider I just don't like the asthetic.
  34. reecebomb
    wow.

    Personally I'd love if NB would do AVP3 instead. The man could pull it off and make a great AVP movie.

    This. He would be perfect for a AVP movie, a proper Alien sequel will need a director like Denid Villeneuve to pull it off succesfully. I know that i may come off as a negative nancy around here, i just hope we get something that has substance next to the pretty tech and explosions. NB could very well surprise us, he is still better than most young directors out there and District 9 is still ace. To early to tell but seems like he isn't on the same level as Scott, Cameron, Fincher or Jenuet, but well see. Hope for the best.
  35. hfeldhaus
    I think we can all agree that we want the film to be good.  Its just that some (including myself) are skeptical of Blomkamps approach.  Although its not confirmed it has been suggested that he'll be retconning half the series which is a controversial move to put it lightly.  On top of that no one can deny that his last two films have been of diminished quality in terms of story telling.  So the critics have valid concerns and him showing a picture of a replica does nothing to dissuade them.  I'd rather he just come out and say where his film fits within the continuity and get it over with.

    This ^^

    As for the Pulse rifle, what's the point of the rail system and attachments? The pulse rifle is an 80's gun. Look cool and shoot from the hip, dousing it in tinsle defeats the gun. Keep it simple and if you want integrate the laser but keep the Iron sights.
  36. Mr. Clemens
    I think we can all agree that we want the film to be good.  Its just that some (including myself) are skeptical of Blomkamps approach.  Although its not confirmed it has been suggested that he'll be retconning half the series which is a controversial move to put it lightly.  On top of that no one can deny that his last two films have been of diminished quality in terms of story telling.  So the critics have valid concerns and him showing a picture of a replica does nothing to dissuade them.  I'd rather he just come out and say where his film fits within the continuity and get it over with.

    Well said. It's like your boss bringing in donuts for everybody when there are rumours going around that there are layoffs looming...
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