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  1. SELECT cache_value
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    WHERE permission_combination_id = ?
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  2. SELECT thread.*
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    		user.gender, user.avatar_date, user.gravatar,
    		NULL AS thread_read_date,
    		0 AS thread_reply_banned,
    		0 AS thread_is_watched,
    		'' AS draft_message, NULL AS draft_extra
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    		LEFT JOIN xf_user AS user ON
    			(user.user_id = thread.user_id)
    WHERE thread.thread_id = ?
    Params: 42937
    Run Time: 0.000580
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    SIMPLEuserconstPRIMARYPRIMARY4const1 
  3. SELECT node.*, forum.*
    	,
    	permission.cache_value AS node_permission_cache,
    		NULL AS forum_read_date
    FROM xf_forum AS forum
    INNER JOIN xf_node AS node ON (node.node_id = forum.node_id)
    
    	LEFT JOIN xf_permission_cache_content AS permission
    		ON (permission.permission_combination_id = 1
    			AND permission.content_type = 'node'
    			AND permission.content_id = forum.node_id)
    WHERE node.node_id = ?
    Params: 20
    Run Time: 0.000296
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    SIMPLEnodeconstPRIMARYPRIMARY4const1 
    SIMPLEpermissionconstPRIMARYPRIMARY35const,const,const1 
  4. SELECT EWRporta2_articles.*, xf_thread.*, xf_post.*, xf_user.*, EWRporta2_authors.*
    FROM EWRporta2_articles
    	INNER JOIN xf_thread ON (xf_thread.thread_id = EWRporta2_articles.thread_id)
    	INNER JOIN xf_post ON (xf_post.post_id = xf_thread.first_post_id)
    	LEFT JOIN xf_user ON (xf_user.user_id = xf_thread.user_id)
    	LEFT JOIN EWRporta2_authors ON (EWRporta2_authors.user_id = xf_thread.user_id)
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    Params: 42937
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  5. SELECT EWRporta2_articles.*, EWRporta2_authors.*, xf_thread.*, xf_post.*, xf_user.*
    FROM xf_thread
    	INNER JOIN xf_post ON (xf_post.post_id = xf_thread.first_post_id)
    	LEFT JOIN xf_user ON (xf_user.user_id = xf_thread.user_id)
    	LEFT JOIN EWRporta2_authors ON (EWRporta2_authors.user_id = xf_thread.user_id)
    	LEFT JOIN EWRporta2_articles ON (EWRporta2_articles.thread_id = xf_thread.thread_id)
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  6. SELECT post.*
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    		user.*, IF(user.username IS NULL, post.username, user.username) AS username,
    		user_profile.*,
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    		session_activity.view_date AS last_view_date,
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    		,(select sum(count_received) from dark_postrating_count where user_id = post.user_id and rating in (1,2,4,5,6,7,8,10)) as positive_rating_count
    	
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    pr_cache.rating_cache,
    pr2.rating
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    		LEFT JOIN xf_bb_code_parse_cache AS bb_code_parse_cache ON
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    		LEFT JOIN xf_user AS user ON
    			(user.user_id = post.user_id)
    		LEFT JOIN xf_user_profile AS user_profile ON
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    		LEFT JOIN xf_user_privacy AS user_privacy ON
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    		LEFT JOIN xf_bb_code_parse_cache AS signature_parse_cache ON
    			(signature_parse_cache.content_type = 'signature' AND signature_parse_cache.content_id = post.user_id)
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    left join dark_postrating_post_cache pr_cache ON (post.post_id = pr_cache.post_id)
    left join dark_postrating pr2 on (post.post_id = pr2.post_id and pr2.user_id = 0)
    WHERE post.thread_id = ?
    	 AND (post.position >= 0 AND post.position < 25) 
    	AND (post.message_state IN ('visible'))
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    PRIMARYbb_code_parse_cacheeq_refcontent_type_idcontent_type_id31const,packerfo_maindb.post.post_id1 
    PRIMARYusereq_refPRIMARYPRIMARY4packerfo_maindb.post.user_id1 
    PRIMARYuser_profileeq_refPRIMARYPRIMARY4packerfo_maindb.post.user_id1 
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    PRIMARYsession_activityeq_refPRIMARYPRIMARY22packerfo_maindb.post.user_id,func1 
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  7. INSERT DELAYED INTO xf_thread_view
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    VALUES
    	(?)
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  8. UPDATE xf_thread SET hot_count = hot_count + 1 WHERE thread_id = 42937
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  9. SELECT thread.*
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    		0 AS thread_reply_banned
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    WHERE thread.thread_id = ?
    Params: 42937
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  10. SELECT node.*, forum.*
    	,
    	permission.cache_value AS node_permission_cache
    FROM xf_forum AS forum
    INNER JOIN xf_node AS node ON (node.node_id = forum.node_id)
    
    	LEFT JOIN xf_permission_cache_content AS permission
    		ON (permission.permission_combination_id = 1
    			AND permission.content_type = 'node'
    			AND permission.content_id = forum.node_id)
    WHERE node.node_id = ?
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  11. SELECT *
    FROM xf_ignore_thread
    WHERE user_id = ?
    	AND thread_id = ?
    Params: 0, 42937
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  12. SELECT EWRporta2_articles.*, xf_thread.*, xf_post.*, xf_user.*, EWRporta2_authors.*
    FROM EWRporta2_articles
    	INNER JOIN xf_thread ON (xf_thread.thread_id = EWRporta2_articles.thread_id)
    	INNER JOIN xf_post ON (xf_post.post_id = xf_thread.first_post_id)
    	LEFT JOIN xf_user ON (xf_user.user_id = xf_thread.user_id)
    	LEFT JOIN EWRporta2_authors ON (EWRporta2_authors.user_id = xf_thread.user_id)
    WHERE EWRporta2_articles.thread_id = ?
    Params: 42937
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  13. SELECT EWRporta2_articles.*, EWRporta2_authors.*, xf_thread.*, xf_post.*, xf_user.*
    FROM xf_thread
    	INNER JOIN xf_post ON (xf_post.post_id = xf_thread.first_post_id)
    	LEFT JOIN xf_user ON (xf_user.user_id = xf_thread.user_id)
    	LEFT JOIN EWRporta2_authors ON (EWRporta2_authors.user_id = xf_thread.user_id)
    	LEFT JOIN EWRporta2_articles ON (EWRporta2_articles.thread_id = xf_thread.thread_id)
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    Params: 42937
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  14. INSERT INTO xf_session_activity
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    	controller_action = VALUES(controller_action),
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    	params = VALUES(params),
    	view_date = VALUES(view_date),
    	robot_key = VALUES(robot_key)
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  15. SELECT title, phrase_text
    FROM xf_phrase_compiled
    WHERE language_id = ?
    	AND title IN ('freepro_menu_tickets', 'freepro_menu_schedule', 'freepro_menu_roster', 'freepro_menu_draft')
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    Run Time: 0.000201
    Select TypeTableTypePossible KeysKeyKey LenRefRowsExtra
    SIMPLExf_phrase_compiledrangePRIMARYPRIMARY106 4Using where
  16. INSERT INTO xf_bb_code_parse_cache
    	(content_type, content_id, parse_tree, cache_version, cache_date)
    VALUES (?, ?, ?, ?, ?)
    ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE parse_tree = VALUES(parse_tree),
    	cache_version = VALUES(cache_version),
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    Params: post, 488428, a:1:{i:0;s:251:"And Ravens send the house. Refreshing to see an aggressive defense on 4th down for a change! And you see what happens when you force Kaep to be a pocket QB. Disciplined and aggressive, that was the difference b/w the Ravens success against him and us.";}, 1458829234, 1462271850
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    VALUES (?, ?, ?, ?, ?)
    ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE parse_tree = VALUES(parse_tree),
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    Params: post, 488432, a:1:{i:0;s:1138:"Ahhh, if only life were that simple. Blitz all day to keep the bad men away... I agree that it was a great call defensively, but if you're implying that the only difference between the Ravens defense and Packers defense is the blitzing...you're way off. The Ravens have much better personnel. You can blitz more effectively with better personnel. Let's also not forget that when Green Bay blitzed Kaepernick, he just ran passed it for huge gains. Also, Kaepernick only attempted TWO rushes until the 3rd quarter, gaining 7 and 9 yards respectively. Those are good gains so it's not like the Ravens kept him in the pocket. What kept Kaepernick in the pocket was his coaches game plan, and the fact that they were down big early. Had Green Bay been more effective at putting up points in the first half, we might have limited his ability to run. However, he also rushed four times in his first three possessions against GB. They established the QB run/option early and never swayed. So Baltimore had the advantage at the end of the game, of virtually having eliminated Kaepernicks legs which made the blitz a much more effective tool.";}, 1458829234, 1462271850
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  18. INSERT INTO xf_bb_code_parse_cache
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    Params: post, 488434, a:1:{i:0;s:36:"Ravens almost got burnt on that play";}, 1458829234, 1462271850
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    Params: post, 488437, a:1:{i:0;s:295:"The Packers are actually pretty good at the goal line stand when it matters. The shorter the field the less the lack of speed at the linebacker position shows. The corners also can't play 10 yds off the ball. Its the other 80 yds of the field and non-pressure situations that are the problem.";}, 1458829234, 1462271850
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    ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE parse_tree = VALUES(parse_tree),
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    Params: post, 488438, a:2:{i:0;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:5:"quote";s:6:"option";s:36:"El Guapo, post: 488432, member: 5830";s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:46:"[quote="El Guapo, post: 488432, member: 5830"]";i:1;s:8:"[/quote]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:1138:"Ahhh, if only life were that simple. Blitz all day to keep the bad men away... I agree that it was a great call defensively, but if you're implying that the only difference between the Ravens defense and Packers defense is the blitzing...you're way off. The Ravens have much better personnel. You can blitz more effectively with better personnel. Let's also not forget that when Green Bay blitzed Kaepernick, he just ran passed it for huge gains. Also, Kaepernick only attempted TWO rushes until the 3rd quarter, gaining 7 and 9 yards respectively. Those are good gains so it's not like the Ravens kept him in the pocket. What kept Kaepernick in the pocket was his coaches game plan, and the fact that they were down big early. Had Green Bay been more effective at putting up points in the first half, we might have limited his ability to run. However, he also rushed four times in his first three possessions against GB. They established the QB run/option early and never swayed. So Baltimore had the advantage at the end of the game, of virtually having eliminated Kaepernicks legs which made the blitz a much more effective tool.";}}i:1;s:598:" I'm not implying that's the only difference. What I was trying to say is that it's nice to see a defense play aggressively on 4th down, instead of the patented zone-defense Capers loves to call in such situations. I've seen way too many times where we fall back into a safe zone to get burned on 3rd and 4th down situations. Ravens went after it to win. Also, the difference between the Ravens and Falcons versus us was they blitzed and rushed with discipline. Kaep ran all over us b/c we had no gap integrity. He had country miles to run through because we weren't disciplined when we rushed.";}, 1458829234, 1462271850
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  21. INSERT INTO xf_bb_code_parse_cache
    	(content_type, content_id, parse_tree, cache_version, cache_date)
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    Params: post, 488457, a:2:{i:0;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:5:"quote";s:6:"option";s:44:"BorderRivals.com, post: 488438, member: 6416";s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:54:"[quote="BorderRivals.com, post: 488438, member: 6416"]";i:1;s:8:"[/quote]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:595:"I'm not implying that's the only difference. What I was trying to say is that it's nice to see a defense play aggressively on 4th down, instead of the patented zone-defense Capers loves to call in such situations. I've seen way too many times where we fall back into a safe zone to get burned on 3rd and 4th down situations. Ravens went after it to win. Also, the difference between the Ravens and Falcons versus us was they blitzed and rushed with discipline. Kaep ran all over us b/c we had no gap integrity. He had country miles to run through because we weren't disciplined when we rushed.";}}i:1;s:144:" sounds like the Minnesota game where AP ran wild for 200 +. Guy's not maintaining gap integrity seemd to be the theme on defense this year.";}, 1458829234, 1462271850
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    ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE parse_tree = VALUES(parse_tree),
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    Params: post, 488469, a:1:{i:0;s:626:"If this is a complaint on Dom's "3 Man Rush - everyone drop back in coverage" play calls in long yardage/obvious passing situations - like 4th down or whatever ... then yeah, I hate that 3 man crap as well. I like Dom - I think he's a good coach, but that sissy defense has only provided highlights that I'd like to forget about... (Favre's 7 seconds to throw on MNF/Eli's Hail Mary/The Fail Mary/Ponder to wide open guy for 26 yards) We need to do what the seahawks do - Blitz a bunch of guys - force a quick pass, either an incompletion or a sack... something better than hoping the secondary doesn't pull a 3 stooges act.";}, 1458829234, 1462271850
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    Params: post, 488611, a:2:{i:0;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:5:"quote";s:6:"option";s:44:"BorderRivals.com, post: 488438, member: 6416";s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:54:"[quote="BorderRivals.com, post: 488438, member: 6416"]";i:1;s:8:"[/quote]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:132:"Kaep ran all over us b/c we had no gap integrity. He had country miles to run through because we weren't disciplined when we rushed.";}}i:1;s:18:"I definitely agree";}, 1458829234, 1462271850
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  24. INSERT INTO xf_bb_code_parse_cache
    	(content_type, content_id, parse_tree, cache_version, cache_date)
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    Params: post, 488614, a:2:{i:0;a:4:{s:3:"tag";s:5:"quote";s:6:"option";s:41:"GeeDogWarrior, post: 488469, member: 4409";s:8:"original";a:2:{i:0;s:51:"[quote="GeeDogWarrior, post: 488469, member: 4409"]";i:1;s:8:"[/quote]";}s:8:"children";a:1:{i:0;s:626:"If this is a complaint on Dom's "3 Man Rush - everyone drop back in coverage" play calls in long yardage/obvious passing situations - like 4th down or whatever ... then yeah, I hate that 3 man crap as well. I like Dom - I think he's a good coach, but that sissy defense has only provided highlights that I'd like to forget about... (Favre's 7 seconds to throw on MNF/Eli's Hail Mary/The Fail Mary/Ponder to wide open guy for 26 yards) We need to do what the seahawks do - Blitz a bunch of guys - force a quick pass, either an incompletion or a sack... something better than hoping the secondary doesn't pull a 3 stooges act.";}}i:1;s:174:" this this this You give an NFL QB and an NFL WR that much time and they are going to get open. I have always been a fan of forcing a quick pass. Panic leads to mistakes.";}, 1458829234, 1462271850
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