We are a commune of inquiring, skeptical, politically centrist, capitalist, anglophile, traditionalist New England Yankee humans, humanoids, and animals with many interests beyond and above politics. Each of us has had a high-school education (or GED), but all had ADD so didn't pay attention very well, especially the dogs. Each one of us does "try my best to be just like I am," and none of us enjoys working for others, including for Maggie, from whom we receive neither a nickel nor a dime. Freedom from nags, cranks, government, do-gooders, control-freaks and idiots is all that we ask for.
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Tuesday, June 18. 2013
Legs! Irish gal. Miss USA was Miss Connecticut
Related, some debutante music. Bird Dog has his hands full today.
Who is "we", by the way? Royal "we"?
As we (Royal "We") frequently say at Maggie's, "If you're so rich, how come you ain't smart?"
NYC remains the greatest city in the world, and the most fun to visit with endless interesting things to do and jammed with smart, ambitious people from all over the world, but it has plenty of issues to be tackled: public education, debt, too much welfare, union control of everything, governmental over-regulation of everything including the housing market, etc. However, Bloomberg focuses on the small, elitist, feel-good issues: smoking, composting, diet, salt, gays, illegal immigration, and other baloney. Why?
We suspect it's because he gave up on the hard issues a few years ago, and decided to deal with the little stuff. He's a Jewish mother at heart, and a pain in the ass. "It's raining. Don't go out without your rubbers." "They're in my wallet, Ma." Rainy Day Women.
I agree with Palin that Americans, much less tough New Yorkers, do not need to be treated like children and neither need to be, nor want to be, preached to by anybody other than a pastor, priest, or a rabbi. I lived there for a while and love to visit, and it's not a place for sissies. It always was a good place to meet tall, elegant and refined debutantes with pedigrees acceptable to my Mother. I did, a long time ago, and so far, so good.
NOCD was the kiss of death when I was young. Snobs.
Today, Congress exercises police powers never granted by the Constitution. Conservatives who favor federal “wars” on drugs, gambling and other behaviors should understand the damage they have done to the constitutional underpinnings of limited government.
George Will, here
As she says, it's not from The Onion. The guy in the video is smart but pitifully emasculated. I guess it goes with the territory. Every assertion he makes ends with a question mark. Lame, and not a word about education.
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Nicaragua Revives Its Canal Dream
Hollywood Star Embraces Incest
Airbus test-flies A350 to rival 787 Dreamliner
Johns Hopkins Scientist Blasts CDC for Pushing Flu
Who’s afraid of internet porn? The
I Survived the 2013 Left Forum
Palin: 'Nanny' Bloomberg Thinks New Yorkers 'Bunch of Little Babies'
Black religious leaders call for an end to America’s war on drugs
VDH is powerful against immigration amnesty.
NYM has an opposing view
Map: Places That Will Flood More Often Due to Global Warming - Projected changes in flood hazard areas by 2100, mapped.
Merkel Sees the Folly of Green Energy Policy
Massive San Antonio NSA Data Center Raises Eyebrows
Immigration Bill Will Create National Database on Every Adult in US
Pyrrhic victory for federal government in Arizona voter registration case?
Kaus on illegal immigration
Monday, June 17. 2013
We have mother-in-law in the rehab center with a new steel knee, father in law staying with us, and my dad in the hosp with a new rod in his fractured hip needing rehab as soon as his post-op confusion resolves. Not to mention Father's Day weekend to bury my Mom's ashes at the farm, and not to mention other forms of family medical and other chaos too which I will not mention.
We have two excellent Thai places around, and both deliver. I alternate between the two, because they have different styles. Delivery fellow comes faster if you give a decent tip, which for me is $5. Tonight we're getting this:
Duck Spring Rolls
A reader let us know about this: Yale Professor William Graham Sumner Prescribes Laissez-Faire for Depression Woes
This morning, we linked James Taranto's brief discussion of a remarkable paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, titled Concepts and Implications of Altruism Bias and Pathological Altruism.
In just eight dense pages, Prof. Oakley covers a lot of ground and goes far beyond the Law of Unintended Consequences. She touches on psychology, science, medicine, philosophy, and politics. It's a remarkable paper which indeed pulls enough threads together to represent a potential paradigm shift. One quote:
Three weeks ago the College Board president David Coleman admitted he snookered Republican governors into accepting Common Core.
Bob has said that it's his best song, but I don't think so at all. Not by a long shot. It was his watershed song, though.
Doctors dump health insurance plans, charge patients less
Put A Stop To The Mindless College For All Crusade
Germany’s Green Plan is Crumbling
Muslim Psychiatrists Unveil “Beating Cure” for Women
Rep. Jim Jordan DESTROYS FBI Director Mueller on IRS Targeting Scandal
When Work Disappears - What do we do with people whose livelihoods are destroyed?
Sunday, June 16. 2013
I am a fan of Rhubarb. It's tangy. Best rhubarb dish? Rhubarb cobbler with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Rhubarb won't grow much in the southern US. It requires cold winters and does not enjoy long, hot summers. A good thing about the plants is that they are perennial and last for many years. In fact, a rhubarb patch will last forever if you divide the plants every few years. They are fairly heavy feeders and like a good dose of manure regularly. The leaves are so dense that a patch doesn't really grow weeds.
When I was a kid, my Mom had the rhubarb patch right outside the horse barn, and she would routinely toss some horse poop on it. The fresh poop did not seem to bother the rhubarb.
The only problem I have had with growing rhubarb is its bolting and rapidly going to seed. That needs to be prevented by cutting off the flowering stalks promptly before they grow tall.
Often, people add strawberries to rhubarb. I think it's a sin to dilute the pure rhubarb flavor. Lots of rhubarb recipes
Mrs. BD loves flowers and all that - she and her pals call it "plant material" because they use all sorts of things in their design efforts.
Often, however, she will just toss flowers in a vase without too much design except basic color coordination and texture variation, and it is very pleasant.
Here are her tips to keep cut flowers looking good in water for a week or more:
- A fresh sharp cut to each stem at a 45 degree angle, and warm water
- 1 tsp of bleach per quart of water (prevents rotten, cloudy water which destroys the blooms)
- 1 tablespoon of sugar per quart of water (feeds the flowers - they aren't dead yet)
- Never let a leaf be submerged - but you can submerge blooms if you want for cool effects. You can submerge Hosta leaves too.
SARAH PALIN ON FIRE – BLASTS NSA: “Couldn’t Find Two Pot-Smoking Deadbeat Bostonians With Hotline to Terrorist Central”
Watch the Good Guys and Leave the Terrorists Alone
Senator Moran: ‘IRS Committed Felony’ --The Kansas Republican says he has waited weeks for Treasury Secretary Jack Lew to answer his questions.
The Constitution is just a hassle for governmental wisdom. It's obsolete with all of its antique anti-statism and distrust of state power.
Janet Napolitano Denies Existence of ‘Orwellian State’
Well, OK then. But who asked? Anyway, we all believe our glorious government officials, especially the southern Italians.
Orrin Hatch: Think the IRS Is Bad Now? Just Wait. The mismanaged tax agency will have a central role in administering ObamaCare.
They will have your medical records too. They need your medical records. Everybody's. Not to worry, because they won't tell anybody about your herpes or your Bipolar Disorder.
My heart beamed Friday night as my sons welcomed the Sabbath with perfectly sung prayers. My heart broke Saturday night as my sons fought while I grilled a perfect wild-caught salmon, and I got indigestion instead of the meal I thought I deserved.
I'm reminded of the saying, "A Man's children and his garden both reflect the amount of weeding done during the growing season." And, the growing goes both ways as we fathers grow, have to grow -- into the men we want to be under our children's careful observation, into the men that they need.
We yearn to please but, most important, to pass on life's lessons.
Father's Day is full of platitudes and real feelings, of missed and appreciated opportunities. And, of how much we care by just being there. I'm reminded of
There's a wisecrack, "If God is so perfect, how do you explain us." As fathers, we're not perfect, but we try to find and know the ways to be better, and most of us find it. We continue to strive, and so may our children, with a higher hand to reach for and give us the strength to be better and have hope.
It's not easy being the father or the child.
Saturday, June 15. 2013
From Barry Lyndon. The gals do have a soft spot for a military man, don't they? There are many good reasons for that.
War drums, but the Zulus could have eaten these guys for lunch.
Amusing: How college turned me into an Indian
Amusing, and heart-warming, to see how this gal who gamed the college diversity scam got in touch with her true inner racial identity, and was able to build a career on it.
It's not from The Onion.
"What is so rare as a steak in June?"
Make mine a fat Costco Ribeye, rare enough inside to try to walk off the plate, but burnt on the outside with crispy fat.
Miss Merion is giving the boys a spanking.
At a paltry 6,900 yards, probably the shortest U.S. Open since the last time they played at Merion in 1981, the pundits were all raving about how it wouldn't stand up to the modern beefed-up player and his technological bag of tricks in the form of 12th-generation Big Bertha drivers and multi-faceted computer-generated putters. They were predicting scores of 8 or 9 under par, easy.
The current tied two leaders after two days of play?
There are three playing at even par and the entire rest of the field is in the plus column.
Like I said, a spanking.
Of the four masters, the Open is usually considered the 'nastiest' of the lot. While the others might rely upon ultra-long holes, ultra-slick greens and ultra-tough pin placements, the Open is usually defined by a zillion sand traps and rough that goes halfway up your calf.
And there's even more to it than that, such as the toughness of the grass. Merion uses a particularly tough grass around the greens, a lesson Tiger Woods handily learned just yesterday. The ball was a few feet off the green, embedded in some short, gnarly rough. He took the proper swack at it and the ball plopped about 10 inches. He took another swack and it flopped onto the green a few feet and stopped nine feet from the pin. Welcome to Merion Golf Club, Mr. Woods, still catering to that old, pre-modern tough-love style.
They also don't have pin flags at Merion; they use straw baskets which were originally used to store the players' lunches so they'd stay safely out of reach of deer, caddies, and other course varmints. What this means is that the players are forced to use such ancient, archaic means of determining wind direction as "blowing tree branches" and "clouds". This 'getting back to the basics' approach is enough to throw the strongest player off his game.
What's going to add to a spanking good time is that Merion was drenched with rain in the week up through Thursday, so it's actually been playing slow these last two days. As things dry out, the fairways will become even faster (giving the ball an even greater chance of rolling off into the rough, something that happened over and over again on a couple of particular holes yesterday, even to the greats like Mickelson and Woods) and, of course, the greens will make a big jump on the Stimpmeter. They were already in the 'scary' category yesterday (it was raining Thursday to the point where they were basically putting around small lakes, so yesterday was the first day in which the course could actually be judged), so today should take a fairly dramatic jump in green speeds.
A bit more below the fold. Go, Team Merion!
Continue reading "The U.S. Open: Miss Merion takes them on"
It's not a game.
It's not a sport.
It's not a contest.
It's not a competition.
It's not really much at all.
It's just you, a field, a ball and some clubs, and the only fellow competitor within sight is a man who might have died twenty years before.
It can be made into a sport, of course, but golf, in its essence, involves no one but you and the course designer, perhaps long passed on these many years.
Even when others are on the field, you're not playing against these players. There's none of the sez you mentality you see in normal sports. It's just you, the course, and the fewest number of swings you can make to see it through to the end.
Except for the pros, where they really do have the option of cutting the corner by knocking it over the trees on a par-5 dogleg, for everyone else there's really just one shot in the bag, and you really want nothing more than for it to be your best shot — and the score and fellow competitors be damned.
In that moment you step up to the ball, it is nothing but essence.
This clip from The Legend of Bagger Vance demonstrates this fairly well.
You have to look with soft eyes.
Much more below the fold.
Continue reading "In the spirit of the green"
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U.S. Agencies Said to Swap Data With Thousands of Firms
Markets Are "Tepper'd Out So Don't Get Sucked In"
Noonan: Privacy Isn't All We're Losing - The surveillance state threatens Americans' love of country.
The Founding Founders?
David Cameron hints at further cuts to green energy subsidies
Just like Germany. Sanity.
Sacred to Baal, maybe.
Race discussion may crowd out scandals in wake of Supreme Court affirmative action decision
All In the Family -Why the mainstream media failed to break Obama scandals
Illegal immigration: David Brooks and the shape of things to come
Illegal immigration: Liberals Prepare to Sell Out America’s Working Class
Obama Family Africa Trip Most Expensive In HISTORY… Estimated Cost $60 to $100 Million
Emergency manager: Detroit won't pay $2.5B it owes
The protesters say "Let the banks pay." What? It's the banks who are getting screwed.
CBS News confirms Sharyl Attkisson's computer hacked
Democratic Congressman: 'Not Fair' To Subject Congress To Obamacare Just Like Everyone Else
Great moments in bureaucratic excess: City officials in Hartford shut down barber giving free haircuts in park
Most people think the federal government would have no interest in them, but many discover to their horror how wrong they are
By now you’ve read about the rampaging Jewish mobs threatening to kill
Researcher Says that Berenstein Bears, Franklin the Friendly Turtle Perpetuate "Racist," "Socially Dominant Norms" to Children
That's the state of the Humanities today
From Leaves of Grass, #82, Song of the Open Road
AFOOT and light-hearted, I take to the open road,
Whitman worked on his collection of poems, Leaves of Grass, for almost 50 years, until his death. There were continual revisions and additions to the various editions of the remarkable and somewhat scandalous book. Whitman, like the "I" in the poems, was a self-invented American Everyman, and he fully believed that it was his destiny to write the Great American Epic Poem. It's not one story, but I think he did write an epic in spirit. It's fun to look at, and to read about, this collection of Whitman photos.
Continue reading "Saturday Verse: Walt Whitman (1819-1892)"
Friday, June 14. 2013
I think everybody's ideal is to have an internist or family practice doc who knows you well personally as well as medically, and where you can call or come in anytime if you have a concern. For various reasons this has become elusive.
Based on what I have seen, three trends are growing. The first is the Doc-in-a-Box or, more likely, a PA in a pharmacy.
The second is concierge medicine in which, for a modest annual fee, you have unlimited contact - 24/7 - with your generalist.
The third is generalist docs who will not accept insurance but who charge modest fees and will offer a bill that you can send for your own reimbursement, if any. They can charge modest fees because they do not need to hire a large back office staff for coding and billing.
It's a good idea to have a generalist who knows you and your family. With ObamaCare, I think all three of these modes will grow in popularity, especially the last one. They are all working mostly outside the system. They are not likely to want to make time to see you, however, unless they have met you (except for the PA in a box trend).
Generalist physicians, whether Family Practice, Internal Medicine, or whatever, are the ultimate docs. They see everything, major and minor, and know when to refer. People who want to use their Medicare and Medicaid are going to have a tough time with office visits in the future.
I had always aspired to be a country doc, a generalist, in the New Hampshire countryside, but became too fascinated with what I now do. I had dreams of fixing broken arms, stitching up nasty cuts, treating poison ivy, delivering babies, consoling the terminal, sending appendicitis patients to a surgeon friend, etc. It's kind of funny, but my generalist friends tell me that half of their work is Psychiatry anyway.
With the training I had, I suspect that I could still do those country doc things pretty well, but my malpractice insurance does not cover it. In my training, I caught 42 babies. Some were dangerous and complicated. As I have admitted here in the past, I refused to participate in abortions not because I am so religious but because I did not want it in my memory.
Primum non nocere.
As Folks says:
As one who has spent a lifetime studying the humanities, my advice for students is to take their business elsewhere. Until humanists can offer an education that truly prepares one for life -- not just with a marketable degree, but with an education of wisdom and hope -- I would consider a degree in accounting or computer science. Then, after work, one can read all the Shakespeare one likes and not have to be informed that the bard was a racist, an anti-Semite, and gender-challenged to boot.
Where should transgender teens pee when at school? In some precincts, this seems to be a burning civil rights issue.
A Maine court case signals the next frontier of civil rights: transgender equality.
You've come a long way, baby.
I think these teen transgenders are probably just terribly mixed-up confused people. Some days I feel like I am trapped inside a human body, and not a particularly wonderful body either.
But I cope with it. I am taking a cute little gal on a fishing trip off Block Island this weekend. How good is that for June 15? Is that a keeper?
These Sunglasses Really Fill the Void Where My Personality Should Be
We spend millions on hatcheries for trout and salmon, but not a penny on codfish hatcheries.
The American migration to Soviet Russia
5 Things Nobody Tells You About Being Poor
AmeriCorps is a joke
The fracking revolution might be coming to California.
Anything to maintain a bloated, ridiculous government
Wrong. However, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr was a Republican, and so was Abe Lincoln, if anybody recalls.
Lawmakers rebel against being subject to Obamacare
NOT-SO-GREAT SOCIETY: Fatherlessness in America
Could Our Immigration System Be Even More Irrational? Sadly, Yes
French Man Attacked by Muslims for Eating Ham Sandwich
The next hilarious step in the emasculation of Europe
I thought sitzpinkler was an insult
Rush: Dems playing the GOP
Hillary Clinton’s Book Ghost Writer Revealed–He Used to Write Speeches for Bill Clinton
Saudi Police Arrest Flying, Naked, African ‘Sorceress’
Thursday, June 13. 2013
Obama to support Syrian rebels
What could go wrong? And what are we doing in a Syrian civil and religious war anyway? Do we have a dog in that fight? Those are my tax dollars (more accurately, dollars borrowed from China in my name. Our Chinese credit card).
I have written about the history of the concept of retirement several times, over the years. Basically, I tend to believe that retirement is a bad idea for body and soul. My house painter is 74, and he claims work keeps him young and permits him to take better trips than he could otherwise afford.
Do farmers retire? The post is from Mead.
Tracy Britt. She's cute, and a farm girl too.
From Predatory Learning by Gecan in the Boston Review:
From George Will's Scowling face of the state:
But how about this: Not Shocking At All: Obama’s Snooping Excludes Mosques, Missed Boston Bombers
We New England Yankees assert that it is un-American to trust governments. That's the whole point, the reason we exist as a nation.
“Did you kill any babies, Bruce?” As we lay in bed on New Year’s Eve 1970, this is what the girl asked who a friend had introduced me to when I returned from Vietnam a couple of months before. I got up and drove home in the snowy streets from Queens to Brooklyn. I didn’t even try to date another girl for almost a year after. But, I moved past it and didn’t dwell on that night.
Some returned soldiers and Marines had worse experiences and some had better and almost all just blended back in after an initial adjustment. Studies show that most were more successful in their lives than their non-serving peers. But, what the major media and liberal opinion-setters painted was an image, usually grossly ignorant and mendacious, of a mentally and morally scarred Vietnam veteran. The purpose was to reduce support for the US commitment to South Vietnam. It took several decades before this image from the Left was reversed and due pride in veterans’ service returned to America. Yet, that erroneous and harmful image of Vietnam veterans still lingers in many minds.
Aside from the opprobrium poured upon us Vietnam veterans from the Left in the pop culture and academia, the goal of our war was lost and we had little reason to exhibit pride in the outcome of our service as millions of IndoChinese were murdered by the conquering communists in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. The perfidy of so many of our Senators and Congressmen, and the indifference of most opinion-leaders, only deepened the alienation from authority, and increased the vulnerability to the anti-Vietnam messagers.
That’s what the fall of Saigon has to do with the life paths of Vietnam veterans.
Rarely do two books appear on widely different aspects of the Vietnam War which based on meticulous research weave an understanding of the still confusing Vietnam War that, as Paul Harvey used to say, tells us “the rest of the story.”
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Image: I forgot who used that one.
Something Wonderful: Timelapse of a supercell near Booker, Texas
Unemployed Workers Still Far Outnumber Job Openings in Every Major Sector
Grandma, armed: You son of a bitch, get out of here.
10 things to know about the NSA
Joe Scarborough to Chris Matthews: You Sure Didn't Seem To Think These Issues Were "So Complicated" When Bush Was President
Re David Brooks: The most grotesque article I have read in quite some time
People are reading Orwell again
Greenwald: Media Filled with 'Slavishly Partisan…Democrats'
Sheesh, I finally agree with Greenwald
Lindsey Graham: I’d Support Censoring The Mail If Necessary
Insty: POLITICS LOOKS SPOOKIER NOW
NSA hacks China, NSA leaker Snowden claims
Radical Environmentalism and Second Thoughts
Noted Junk Scientist: “When You Put More Energy Into a System, It Gets More Energetic”
Give that buffoon some Valium
What’s Wrong with Sweden?
Wednesday, June 12. 2013
We've been over this ground before, but somebody recently shared this with me: An Intuitive (and Short) Explanation of Bayes’ Theorem
The examples with medical tests are good:
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We've all known for a while that the DHS has been building a potent paramilitary organization. The justification for that eludes me. Of course, the FBI and ATF are paramilitary too. What am I missing among federal paramilitary agencies?
However, I never imagined that the IRS was doing the same. Gun Control? Not at the IRS!
Is the US constructing the ingredients of a police state at home because of the actions of some wacko Jihadists?
Dr. Phil Jones – CRU emails – 5th July, 2005: “The scientific community would come down on me in no uncertain terms if I said the world had cooled from 1998. OK it has but it is only 7 years of data and it isn’t statistically significant….”
That was written 8 years ago but I believe, to be more accurate, there has been slight cooling since 1995, not 98.
Dr. Phil Jones – CRU emails – 7th May, 2009: ‘Bottom line: the ‘no upward trend’ has to continue for a total of 15 years before we get worried.’
"Worried"? I thought we were supposed to get worried if it got warmer, not if it didn't...but I don't really care what the weather does. I like any and all weathers except for tornadoes.
Those are via a commenter at The warming ‘plateau’ may extend back even further
Yes, the alarmists are worried because they want a crisis. Here's Powerline: Times Struggles to Keep Climate Hope Alive
"Science is the belief in the ignorance of the experts."
Richard Feynman, via Real Science
Diamonds are not scarce, are not investments (they depreciate), and are no more "forever" than any other rock. Their popularity as stones in engagement rings dates to the 1930s with DeBeers' very effective marketing campaign.
On the economics of diamonds, the biggest marketing scam in history by the world’s most successful and enduring cartel:
De Beers believes that a fellow should spend two month's income on a diamond. Wiki has a brief history of engagement rings and wedding rings.
Carpe Diem recommends fake diamonds, and real love and reliable companionship.
New Study Finds It Is Impossible To Lose Weight
Oldest maps of the world
The Arab Slave Trade Predates European Slave Trade: 650AD to 2008
A large assortment of Hayek YouTubes
University of Chicago Removes Pews from 88 Year-Old Chapel to Accommodate Muslim Prayers
Gaze into the abyss of Cali’s cap-and-trade
60 percent of Richmond families are single parent
George Will on sugar:
Sen. Ted Cruz: Democrats Designed Immigration Bill to Fail – So They Can Use It as a Political Tool
Al Gore: Scientists 'Won't Let Us' Tie Climate Change To Recent Tornado Activity
New York Times: Lack of Global Warming Proves There's Global Warming
So would global warming prove that there is no global warming? Or is it "Heads I win, Tails you lose"?
Tuesday, June 11. 2013
On the Atlantic coast from Nova Scotia down to the Gulf of Mexico, it's molting season for the Blue Crab.
Some people don't mind picking the meat out of these delicious Blue Crabs for crab salad, crab cakes, a crab boil, or She-crab soup, but my preference is Soft-Shelled, right after the molt. You just eat the whole juicy thing, feathers and all. No waste whatsoever.
Sometimes you will get a batch of crabs whose new shells have begun to firm up a little too much, and are too chewy. I don't like that. Chewy is fine, but hard is not.
If you have any sauteed crabs left-over in the fridge, you can put one on white bread with some mayonnaise and salt and pepper, and it might be the best sandwich in the world.
Here's the best recipe.
He is not, of course, the first to note that CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere lag behind temperature rises, but he makes a compelling presentation. (It begins in German but quickly switches to English.)
This is a serious man. "The models have no predictive skill."
Regardless of science, Bloomberg Proposes $20B Plan to Protect NY from Climate Change
Would it be criminal to call this guy an un-American jackass? This guy ought to watch the harassment that takes place in every Question Time in the Brit Parliament. The guy is pathetic. Harassment of others is poor manners, but frequently necessary in life because so many deserve it. Including him.
Brooks is sort of a smarmy putz, isn't he?
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