November 05, 2004

It sucks to be Michael Moore

He spent how much money to make that stupid ass movie?
He donated how much to defeat Bush?
Here is my tribute to MM:


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November 04, 2004


I guess we're famous now. This story was on the front page of the Wall Street Journal.
My county voted on whether or not to repeal a 30 year old law that allowed brothels in our county.
It was defeated by a 2 to 1 margin. I was surprised by the result, since there are no operating brothels in the county.
(In other words, the brothels will stay.)

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November 03, 2004

Do you hear that?

No political commercials :)

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November 02, 2004

The Waiting is the Hardest Part

I hate sitting here with my finger up my nose waiting for the election results. Too bad we can't have quicker results.

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November 01, 2004

Dixville Notch,New Hampshire

This small town has made a tradition of voting at midnight on Election Day. They have done so again and the results are in.
Bush 19 Votes
Kerry 7 Votes

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October 28, 2004

Bush Flips Off

This was taken in the 1990's, I assume while he was Texas Governor. But here is Bush in what he called his "One Finger Victory Salute."
It looks like people still are trying to find bad stuff about him, even if they have to go way back.
I don't think Kerry's anti-war stuff she be part of this either, but he has made an issue about it himself.
Just 5 more days...... hopefully.

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Cookie Poll

The Blue Bonnet Bakery in Fort Worth, Texas is having a Cookie Poll. They have cookies marked "K" for Kerry, "W" for Bush.
As far as the cookie sales are going, Bush has a slight lead.

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October 26, 2004

Gore-ing the election

There are 7 more days until election day. I think I will stick my neck out now and make a prediction....

I think Bush will win by a margin of less that 5% of the vote.

The Democrats have planted crybabies all over the country to allege voter intimidation and they will try to "Gore" the election if they lose. If Kerry wins, they will look the other way. They have already started claiming shit without evidence here in Nevada. They claimed "hundreds" of democrat voter registrations were destroyed. They could not prove it. because it didn't happen. To them, the seriousness of the charge means more than the lack of evidence.

If Kerry loses his home state, it will be over for him. The last President elected to lose his home state in the process was Woodrow Wilson in 1912.

I think Ohio will be a key state, and the race could come down to states with a small number of electoral votes, like Nevada or New Mexico.

If Kerry wins, I hope he proves all my doubts about him to be false.

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October 22, 2004

The Blame Game

All the hubub about the flu shot shortage seems to be a bunch of amphibian shit.
Seems like it happens every year, don't you think?
The DemDums showed their typical double standard crap. They criticize the Vice President for getting a shot, yet say nothing about the fact that former President Clinton getting one.
If I am not mistaken, both of them qualify for one because they are both heart patients. So shut up already.
The DemDums are also blaming Bush for it. I swear if they farted out of their ears or shit a purple twinkie out of their mouths they would blame the president.

One thing I am glad to see is that congress will donate unused vaccine to Washington DC residents. Sounds like it is a political hot potato.

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October 20, 2004

Vietnamese Refugee Voters

I don't think Vietnam should be an issue, but Kerry has made it one. I found it fascinating that most Vietnamese Refugees favor Bush. The way Kerry talks, you would think he was Vietnam's Savior.

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October 17, 2004

Something Stupid

With all the stupid things being said in the Presidential campaign by the "holier than thou" bastards, I have discovered some things about me that would turn off the democraps.

Here are a few facts that would probably disqualify me from political office:

My Parents are married.

My mom is not a bitch.

I had an accident in 1988 where I rear-ended a police bomb squad truck. (I didn't get cited for it.)

I farted in Kindergarten class.

I kicked somebody's butt in Kindergarten.

I kicked somebody's butt in 4th grade.

In 1993 I was pulled over at gunpoint by the police in a case of mistaken identity. (Wrong Place, Wrong Time)

I have peed on the toilet seat more than once.

In a 1992 earthquake I said "Shit."

I called one of my bosses an "asshole" once.

I own 2 guns.

I started a "Bullshit" chant at a Raider's game.

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October 15, 2004

Streaking Congressman Revealed

The Democrap Opponent of Texas Congressman Pete Sessions has revealed 30 year old photos of the Congressman streaking as an 18 year old college freshman.
It is getting to the point of stupidity. Sure there are some things a person has done in their lives that should disqualify them from office; such as certain crimes, treason, etc.

....we have all done something stupid at one time or another. Sure, what the congressman did as an 18 year old is stupid, but 30 years later I doubt he would do it again.
I bet this moron who, pardon the pun, exposed the photos has probably done something stupid also.
What a self righteous bastard.

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October 13, 2004

How Low Will They Go?

This is insidious!
This is a campaign flyer from those who claim to be compassionate, those who claim to be sensitive to the needs of the handicapped.
Instead, this is a campaign flyer released by some son of a bitch candidate in Tenessee that mocks the retarded and those who choose to vote for Bush. In fact, some Democtrats are condemning it.
It's pretty mean, click if you want to see it.


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October 12, 2004

The Bastard Child Gets Attention

Once again, Nevada is being spoiled with attention from both political parties. Here is a brief history to illustrate why this is so unusual:

First of all, the first "a" in Nevada is pronounced like the "a" in "has." It is not pronounced "Nuh Vaw Duh." Wars have started because of that. Consider yourselves educated now.
When Nevada became a state on October. 31, 1864, Abraham Lincoln's idea was to use the state's Silver mining to help fund the Union Forces in the waning months of the Civil War. He was also flattered by the naming of Lincoln County, Nevada after him.
(Lincoln County is so desolate you could pee on the road and not worry about being seen.)
Since that time, Nevada has been hard pressed to be heard in national politics. There has been the Sagebrush Rebellion, but that's about it.
Toward the end of Campaign 2000, we started getting some attention from the Republican campaign here in Northern Nevada.
We tend to be ignored because 75% of all the state's voters live in Clark County (Las Vegas). The same thing happened in New Mexico.
This week the number of visits from people associated with either campaign will rise by 3 to 18. John Kerry will be in Las Vegas again- he has promised to come to Northern Nevada, we'll see.
Laura Bush will be at Lake Tahoe, and the President will be in Reno on Thursday.
If I get to see him, that will mean I have seen every president since Ronald Reagan. I even got close enough to shake Clinton's hand in 1992. (I hope he washed them, with what we know about him now-lol)

One thing I think is sad anymore is the difficulty in going to such events. Yesterday when I got tickets for the event, I was asked if I supported the president, etc. The purpose of that of course is to screen out potential troublemakers. They even took my driver license information.
I understand the need for that, but it bothers me. I would love to go see John Kerry speak, I am not one who would disrupt him or shout him down. I think people who do that should go get attention by playing marbles on the freeway.
Whatever happened with civilized disagreements?

I think Kerry is more full of shit than Bush is, but I would just stand there quietly and listen to him and not applaud anything he says.

I recall in 1988 when Democratic Vice Presidential Candidate Lloyd Bentsen came to visit Riverside, California. (Near where I lived at the time.)
I was an undecided voter at the time, along with a friend of mine. When we tried to get in, we were stopped and asked if we were Democrats or Republicans. I looked at the guy kind of funny, then he saw my camera and a tape recorder I had, and assumed my friend and I were news reporters and allowed us in.

My point in saying this is it all seems like the candidates only preach to the choir anymore.

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October 04, 2004

Battleground Nevada

Tuesday Laura Bush will be in Reno.

When you combine the two candidates and their wives, Nevada has been visited 15 times.
This is so unusual for Nevada to be in the political crosshairs. Usually we are "flyover country" in elections.
We have only 5 electoral votes, compared to 4 in 2000.
I think they are planning for it to be close on November 2.

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October 03, 2004

Above the National Average

I read this today and couldn't believe it. In the 2000 Election, the national voter turnout was 51%.
In my county, the turnout was a whopping 74%.

If the 2000 general election is any indication, Churchill County residents are setting the stage for a massive demonstration of democracy come Nov. 2.

Churchill County smashed the national voter turnout average of 51 percent in 2000, when 74 percent of voters here made it to the polls. Election officials are looking to best that mark this year.

"I'm hoping for 75 (percent) or better," said County Clerk Gloria Venturacci.

Not only is turnout expected to be high, the number of eligible voters in Churchill County is also skyrocketing above already-sizeable numbers with a little less than two weeks before the close of registration on Oct 12.

More than a month ago, Churchill County's registered voter count had already beat the total from 2002 by 43 and that of the 2000 presidential election by 560. And since last month's primary, new registrations have been continuing at an "unbelievable" rate.

"We can hardly keep up with all the people coming in," Venturacci said.

With Republicans outnumbering Democrats by more than 2-1 in Churchill County, there's little suspense as to which way local voters will swing on Nov. 2, but those voters will only be adding to the pile of statewide ballots. And the state's leanings are far less certain.

Pundits consider Nevada an up-for-grabs swing state. George Bush beat Al Gore by less than 22,000 votes in Nevada four years ago and heavily Democratic Clark County has swollen with new residents in the past four years, heightening the possibility for an even tighter race this year.

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September 30, 2004

The Debate Debate

With 32 pages of stupid rules that both sides asked for and agreed on, what can one say about this other than the fact it seemed like a can of instant water.

I was wondering what Kerry and Bush said as they greeted and shook hands.
One scenario about this was like the scene from "Grumpy Old Men:"

"Hiya Dickhead"

"Hello Moron"

Then when one or another looked annoyed at what the other was saying, I would envision them saying "Whatcha Talkin' 'bout Willis ?"

I knew Kerry was a "Master Debater" (Hee hee, I had fun trying to say those two words.)

IMHO, I thought Kerry came out strong, but there is one underlying thing about him that bugs me: His Voting Record vs. What he says.

I thought Bush seemed uncertain at times.

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September 12, 2004

Dumb as a turd in water

This whole thing with the apparent forged National Guard documents sure has some people sweating. Dan Rather has painted himself into a corner.
The head of the DNC is whining that they were set up. If that is the case, then they are admitting to being utterly stupid.
The senator from Iowa has jumped all over it with glee.
I get the sense they have opened a can of snakes.
Oddly enough, bloggers are being credited for discrediting the documents.
Read on....

Another retired Air National Guard officer is attacking CBSNEWS credibility. Retired Maj. Gen. Bobby W. Hodges, who was cited by a senior CBS official on Thursday as the network's "trump card" in verifying the documents, said in an interview that he was "misled" by CBS and believed the documents to be forgeries.

Hodges said that he was read only excerpts of the documents and never saw the documents. A CBS spokesman said the network stands by its report.

Now This:
(boldface added)

By Pete Slover
The Dallas Morning News

AUSTIN, Texas — The man named in a disputed memo as exerting pressure to "sugarcoat" George W. Bush's military record left the Texas Air National Guard a year and a half before the memo supposedly was written, his service record shows.
An order obtained by The Dallas Morning News shows that Col. Walter "Buck" Staudt was honorably discharged March 1, 1972. CBS News reported this week that a memo in which Staudt was described as interfering with officers' negative evaluations of the future president's service was dated Aug. 18, 1973.

Bloggers Driving the document debate:

Pete Slover Article

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August 31, 2004

Mongoloid Media Manure

I hadn't planned to post until after I had my surgery, but I saw this and had to comment on it.
I saw on Michelle Malkin's website this excerpt of the president's interview yesterday, and how the morons in the media are spinning a few words the president said into a context unintended.
Today, the President himself admitted being inarticulate about this.
It amuses me how the media can puke up crap like this.

Read it for yourself, with me adding the boldface, or at the links provided below:

Michelle Malkin:

By Michelle Malkin August 31, 2004 11:08 AM
The New York Times headline this morning reads: "Bush Cites Doubt America Can Win War on Terror."

John Edwards (who?) yapped: "This is no time to declare defeat."

Bush did not "declare defeat." John Kerry's desperate spinners are selectively seizing on the second sentence in Bush's answer to NBC Today Show co-host Matt Lauer about how the war on terror will eventually be won.

Here is the relevant portion of Bush's interview, which aired yesterday:

Lauer: “You said to me a second ago, one of the things you'll lay out in your vision for the next four years is how to go about winning the war on terror. That phrase strikes me a little bit. Do you really think we can win this war on terror in the next four years?”
President Bush: “I have never said we can win it in four years.”

Lauer: “So I’m just saying can we win it? Do you see that?”

President Bush: “I don't think you can win it. But I think you can create conditions so that those who use terror as a tool are less acceptable in parts of the world –- let's put it that way. I have a two pronged strategy. On the one hand is to find them before they hurt us, and that's necessary. I’m telling you it's necessary. The country must never yield, must never show weakness [and] must continue to lead. To find al-Qaida affiliates who are hiding around the world and … harm us and bring ‘em to justice –- we're doing a good job of it. I mean we are dismantling the al-Qaida as we knew it. The long-term strategy is to spread freedom and liberty, and that's really kind of an interesting debate. You know there's some who say well, ‘You know certain people can't self govern and accept, you know, a former democracy.’ I just strongly disagree with that. I believe that democracy can take hold in parts of the world that are now non-democratic and I think it's necessary in order to defeat the ideologies of hate. History has shown that it can work, that spreading liberty does work. After all, Japan is our close ally and my dad fought against the Japanese. Prime Minister Koizumi, is one of the closest collaborators I have in working to make the world a more peaceful place.”

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August 30, 2004

The winds are changing

John Kerry's daughters received a rude awakening at the MTV awards when they were booed by the audience.
If anything, I would have expected an MTV audience to welcome them with open arms, but this was not the case.

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August 22, 2004

Touch Screen Voting

I went and voted early yesterday for the Nevada Primary. This is the first time that we have used the touch screen voting system.
I thought it was easy, but I have come to this conclusion:

Based on my job, where we have an electronic payment system, I believe only women will be able to vote in this election.
Because they are the only ones who can figure electronic shit out.
Men like to act as if they know how to work this stuff, but most don't, and they are too stupid to ask for help.

If they fuck it up, it's the "goddamn machine's fault."

I guess we will see who that will benefit in the election.

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August 21, 2004

Chris Matthews: Intellectual Midget

This is a few days old, but I thought I would comment on it.
Having seen Chris Matthews a few times I thought he was an asshole.
Now I know for certain I was wrong. He is a son of a bitch. His loss of control the other night when he tried to savage Michelle Malkin totally disqualifies him being a journalist.
The issue about whether or not John Kerry inflicted injuries on himself to get the purple hearts came up, and Moron Matthews kept trying to get her to say she said he shot himself. She held her ground that she didn't, and he went crazy. He could not corner her and he got more insane.
He ended up kicking her off the show before her time was up.
Hey Chris: There is more than one way to inflict an injury on one's self other than shooting yourself. Maybe if we show you, you can use it on yourself so you can quit breathing the same air we do.
Jerk off.

Read her story here:

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August 11, 2004

83 days

There are 83 more days until the election. I actually look forward to the day after, when there are NO MORE POLITICAL COMMERCIALS.
Nevada has it's primary on September 7th- which seems goofy to me. The way the candidates are canvassing the state's rural areas makes me think they know it will be close. I heard VP Cheney will be in Elko this week. I think Elko has had only one semi-presidential visit before, by Herbert Hoover.
(Or- as I like to say- Hoobert Heever)

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August 06, 2004

Accusing others of what they do themselves

Ahh- these Democrats are rats that do not like the taste of their own cheese.
Does anybody remember....

....during the final month of the Clinton Administration when the economy started tanking? What did these buttwarts say?

They blamed it on Bush- saying he was "talking down" the economy- and he had not even been inaugurated yet.

That's like blaming the doctor you've never seen before of making you sick.

Fast forward to 2004- some mild growth in the economy and the presidential wanna be is doing what?
"Talking down" the economy and saying "that's not good enough."

Awww shaddappp!

Another thing- JFK2 is saying he would have done things different on 911.
Instead of telling us what you would have done, why don't you tell us where you were and what you did on September 11, 2001?

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July 30, 2004

Potty Mouth

I didn't actually see this when it happened, but have heard it since then. Last night at the end of John Kerry's speech, I guess the confetti and balloons didn't fall on time, and CNN aired this classic moment live.

'Go balloons, go balloons! Go balloons! I don't see anything happening. Go balloons! Go balloons! Go balloons! Standby confetti. Keep coming, balloons. More balloons. Bring it- balloons, balloons, balloons! We want balloons, tons of them. Bring them down. Let them all come. No confetti. No confetti yet.

'No confetti. All right, go balloons, go balloons. We need more balloons. All balloons! All balloons! Keep going! Come on, guys, lets move it. Jesus! We need more balloons. I want all balloons to go, goddammit. Go confetti. Go confetti. More confetti. I want more balloons. What's happening to the balloons? We need more balloons.

'We need all of them coming down. Go balloons- balloons? What's happening balloons? There's not enough coming down! All balloons, what the hell! There's nothing falling! What the fuck are you guys doing up there? We want more balloons coming down, more balloons. More balloons. More balloons'...

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July 27, 2004

"Perfect Bastard"

Teresa Heinz-Kerry, to her credit, has not backed away from her "shove it" comment. But then again, when there are dozens of witnesses, she would be stupid to deny it.
Some time back she referred to Ted Kennedy as a "Perfect Bastard."
At that time, she was a Republican and married to the late Senator John Heinz of Pennsylvania.
I wonder if she only says things when it is politically convenient to do so. One thing for sure, there is no time wasted trying to figure out what she means when she says what she says.
(I still think she's a doofus.)

``I know some couples who stay together only for politics,'' Heinz Kerry said at the time. ``If Ted Kennedy holds on to that marriage (to ex-wife Joan) just for the Catholic vote, as some people say he does, then I think he's a perfect bastard.''

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July 25, 2004

Practice What You Preach, Shithead

First Lady wannabe Teresa Heinz Kerry tells a reporter to 'shove it' after giving a speech calling for a more civil tone in politics.

It's best to remain quiet and be thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt.

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July 09, 2004

Same shit, blah blah blah

The Office of Homeland Security is warning us that there will be an attack to disrupt the election, but as usual "no specifics about time and place."
How many times does a tornado alarm sound before people quit listening to it?

The fact is our collective asses were kicked on September.11,2001, and their constant cries of "wolf" are being ignored.

My biggest fear is it will happen again and all the dumbasses will say "Why didn't you warn us?"

I worry about a repeat of the 1972 Munich Olympics Massacre this year with our athletes.

I do really think that any attack on the United States would help Bush win re-election.

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July 06, 2004

Kerry-Edwards 2004

Well, the worst kept secret is now out....

I just think that they should not be underestimated. Edwards could split the southern vote, which has been a big base for the Republicans during the last few elections.
Being that both parties are spending time and money in my state of Nevada, I think they realize it will be close in November.

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June 30, 2004

Sounds like communism to me

The airbag called "Hillary Clinton" deployed during a recent visit to California, thus exposing her communist butt for the whole world to see.
Lenin, Marx and Stalin could not have said it better.

We're going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good.

Read it for yourself at

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June 20, 2004

Kerry gets hammered

Prior to the arrival of the President in Reno on Friday, Nevada Secretary of State Dean Heller was speaking to the crowd, and shocked everybody with this doozie:
John Kerry switches positions more often than a Nevada prostitute.

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June 18, 2004

A kiss from the Prez.

I was just watching live coverage of the President's visit to Reno and saw him kiss a lady I know on the cheek when he was leaving.
What a small world!

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May 24, 2004

Kerry May Delay Accepting Nomination

John Kerry's campaign said Friday he is considering delaying his nomination to gain more time to capitalize on his record-breaking fund raising and reduce President Bush's multimillion-dollar financial advantage.

Ugh- so he is for and against his nomination?

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May 21, 2004

The demise of a brothel

The Coalition to Keep Brothels Out of Churchill County planned to deliver petitions containing 1,200 signatures to the county clerk today to get an initiative on the ballot deciding the fate of legal prostitution in Churchill County.

(quoted from a local newspaper website)

I think this may pass because of a recent incident at a local brothel.

The "owner" of the brothel, who is a royal dumbass, recently traveled to Arkansas, and virtually turned the business over to another person, which is illegal. This other person died of a heart attack, and he did nothing- just left the brothel to flounder. He stayed in Arkansas.
A few days later, police went to check on the business- which is a state requirement to ensure the women are getting their weekly health checkups, the place was abandoned, and all the alcohol was missing.
The place was shut down, and now it looks like it will never re-open.

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Goofy things to vote on

Having voted in California and Nevada, I have come to realize there are some very strange things to vote on....

Here in Nevada, at least in this area, we have to elect members for something called the Mosquito Abatement District.
Just what in the hell that is I have no clue, and I have lived here 11 + years.

When I lived in Riverside County California we actually had to vote for a coroner. This leads me to a bizarre story.

I believe it was the election year of 1992. Oddly enough there was a heated race for the Riverside County coroner.
Not long before election day- the challenger died and the one who did the autopsy was, of course, the incumbent.

Can you imagine a political debate for a coroner's race ?
"He cuts this way, and I cut that way."

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April 23, 2004

What in the hell did he say ?

John Kerry says he doesn't have an SUV, but his family does. Go look for yourself.
Heh heh.,1280,-4009850,00.html

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April 20, 2004

Part Time Legislators

Here is something for you to chew on.

I found this to be an interesting article. California Gov. Schwarzenegger is proposing that their legislature be part time.

Here in Nevada, our state legislature meets every 2 years for 120 days. I think they may need some more time, but still it's a good idea. We have a state senator who is a waitress, a few assemblymen who are Ranchers, cops, etc. I think maintaining the "common touch" is a good thing.

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