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the court denied my motion in the tentative and I don't believe if I go argue the tentative on the hearing date it will change anything. in other words, I don't believe the judge will change his mind either way and I already made all of the arguments that could be made in my motion and reply. in that case, if I submit to the tentative and don't appear for the tentative, does that make me look bad in front of the court of appeal if I file a writ regarding the denial of the motion?? could they take it that because I didn't attempt to argue the tentative that I agree with it or see nothing wrong with it?