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A year ago, we did the word association game.
I want to bring that back for round two.
We've got Mike there.
Oh yeah, that's right.
I've got a couple of words.
You did, you're going to pull out words?
I've got the list, yeah.
So, no peeking, no peeking.
You and Mike, you can go first.
You can go first, Mike.
In a tough spot.
Well, that's not really one word, but I'll let you go.
Well, net neutrality?
On a come back.
Okay and then lastly I know we did some superheros, Green Lantern.
Cuz I know you like to fly.
You suck at this.
[CROSSTALK] Like who the hell's Green Lantern.
I love Green Lantern.
I've asked you about him before, so I gotta ask [UNKNOWN].
He gets killed by a bad man.
All right, well thank you guys for your time.
This is [UNKNOWN] Chang with CNet.
Thanks for joining us.
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