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I fell for the tarp. In an attempt to fix an installation issue with Python and Pygame I read something stupid online telling me to delete this file and that file to completely get rid of python on my machine so I could install it. One of the files was Library/Frameworks/Python and the other was System/Library/Frameworks/Python. Obviously when I tried to reinstall Python it wouldn't let me. So now the real dilemma. I'm even more of an idiot because I've never had any kind of backups. I don't have an external to save backups to anyways so I just never did it. Now I find myself unable to do anything with Python anymore and I can't restore from a backup because I'm stupid. So is there any way I can get python reinstalled again without completely restoring my computer and losing everything I have?