Sunday, December 11, 2005

Coffee Table

Coffee was getting old but I like the really strong stuff at the bottom of the pot..Time for a new one.


Blogger The Donkey said...

“Some have suggested by liberating Iraq from Saddam Hussein we simply stirred up a hornet’s nest. They overlook a fundamental fact: We were not in Iraq in September 2001 and the terrorists hit us anyway.” Dick Cheney - 12/6/05

911 changed every thing.

12:50 AM, December 12, 2005  
Blogger Ron said...

Well aint that a wiz banger..I think he might have missed a fundamental fact himself.

1:12 AM, December 12, 2005  
Anonymous Democat said...

Re: The War on Christmas
Why can't both the atheists and the Rightwing idjits shut their mouths? The former are a minority in this country and we don't see people who practice other religions complaining. I don't care if they do call it a Christmas tree (that's tradition) or put up a nativity creche in a public place. And if they want to display a menorrah or Star of David, or something for Kwanzaa I'm OK with it. Happy Holidays means Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah (12/25 this year),
Happy Kwnanzaa (12/26) and
Happy New Year. Fighting about all of this is a lousy way to show one's Christmas/Christian spirit.
Not to mention that the rightwing idjits support Bush, Cheney, etc. who support the big corporations who have turned Christmas into a secular holiday with all their commercialism. And how is it Christian to put up your Christmas decorations the day after Thanksgiving and take them down the day after Christmas? Christmas doesn't begin until Dec. 25 and lasts until Epiphany (Jan. 6). Before that it's Advent for 4 weeks. I'm totally sick of the rightwing hypocrites and the Christian religious bigots in this country.
Ron, I just can't believe you don't buy Christmas gifts for your parents and your siblings. It's probably a good thing you DON'T have a girlfriend because you probably wouldn't buy her a gift either in which case you would no longer have a girlfriend-LOL
Bet JD doesn't like not getting a gift either. (Never good to ignore the boss at these times.) But if he gets you one I know the perfect thing-he could ADVERTISE the show!!! :-)

1:46 PM, December 12, 2005  
Anonymous democat said...

Did y'all see the headline that Bush estimates only 30,000 for the number of Iraqis killed? Once again, the Bu$hrat gets it wrong!!!

1:58 PM, December 12, 2005  
Anonymous Democat said...

Heard J.R. talking about the movie "Play Misty for Me" on KSFX today and all the DJs who won't play "Misty" for that reason.
Would Ron play "Misty" for his fans if they promised not to stalk him? LOL (Thanks to a couple of your other fans, we know your real name, phone no., approx. address, and of course where you work-don't worry, tho, we're not as crazy as we seem)
What do the other bloggers think about celebritys having a right to privacy? I read "People", I admit, but I don't think we have a right to know EVERYTHING about EVERYBODY. Fan mail is one thing, but we don't have the right to bother celebrities at work, home, or in public. Much as I'd like Brad's autograph, if I saw him having him dinner in a restaurant (like that would ever happen), I wouldn't feel I had the right to go up and interrupt his meal to get it. I feel pretty much the same way about our local celebrities, too. (sigh, guess, that means I should STOP teasing Ron who is a local celebrity while I am only a lowly fan.)

12:47 PM, December 13, 2005  
Anonymous Democat said...

Gee, a little bird told me that Ron felt the need to defend his preference re: the fairer sex on the blog, but I can't find this. Oh, well, I was going to comment on it, so here goes.
Is Ron's motto, "Once you go Black, you never go back."? :-)
Seriously, I don't care if Ron likes "women of color", whether that means Black, Hispanic, Native American, Italian, or whatever. My favorite President had a Black mistress, for goodness sake. (Was Ron a plantation owner in a past life? Uh oh!)
I don't know that I wouldn't be interested in a Black or Hispanic, but there are cultural issues to consider. I'm not into macho men at all, and although, I like Mexican food, that means mild chiles and PLEASE don't pass the jalapenos.
Re: the teasing, I'm just speaking for all the old hippie chicks whose biological clocks are running down and who resent our male peers running past us to chase after young women of child bearing age, sometimes going so far as to start second families. Biological instinct or not, it still sucks! Probably should apologize to Ron for making him the whipping boy for his gender.
(MOST guys are hound dogs, tho!)
Being a fixer is who I am, unfortunatly. Ron says he hasn't had a relationship that has lasted longer than 2 years (must not include his children's mother). Why? Using the pragmatic teamwork approach to romance might be the reason. (Sorry, Ron, Vulcan love doesn't work for most women.) Kind of think his attitude needs to be fixed BEFORE he is fixed up. :-)
Probably should save my unsolicited advice for someone else, tho. Anyway, teasing Ron is getting a little old and boring. Speaking of teasing, wherever did the Game get himself to? Has he finally been overcome by Donkey's wit. Hmm. Inquiring minds want to know.

1:13 PM, December 13, 2005  
Blogger Ron said...

I don't really like the song so somebody would probably have to call for it.:-) I'm not really sure why people care about "celebrities" anyway. I think it is just because one likes to know that the people who have "made it" or are well known still have human problems. Guaranteed story...everybody's human. Thank you my fixer are probably right. I don't know how typical I am of my gender. In my old age I have become quite independant. My needs are different than they were when I was 20. Chasing the young girls? Some women I have known have told me "I'm chasing anybody that can catch me." Now I know what they ment. I think because men have varying experiences they are going to recognize their solutions differently. Vulcan? Hmmmm...May be passionate partners. Thanks for your concern..It's all in Gods hands,he gets it right....well, a lot more than I do! :-) Try it you'll like it!

10:51 PM, December 13, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...

On Ron's comments on crime, The Donkey is more in agreement with what the Justice Department reports have stated:

More than half of all violent crimes are committed by non-Hispanic whites, but only a quarter of today's prison population is white, according to the Justice Department. Blacks, on the other hand, commit a little more than one-fourth of all violent crime (according to victim recollections), but comprise nearly half the jail and prison population.

Although blacks and Latinos are ninety percent of persons incarcerated nationally for drugs, they represent only twenty-three percent of drug users, according to the most recent federal data. Meanwhile, whites, who are between seventy percent and three-fourths of users, comprise less than ten percent of those incarcerated for drugs.

Now Ron can look up what is really happening or he can just make up statements like "they commit more crimes." One can have his opinions, facts are the same even if they are ignored.

12:18 AM, December 14, 2005  
Anonymous Democat said...

Ron-you´re welcome and you should remember that Vulcans are logical/pragmatic and only emotional when they have their mating cycles (every 50 years? Shoot, I should remember that one!:-( )when they get totally out of control if you are a "Star Trek" fan. ´Shh! Don´t say you´re old-you´re only 3 years older than me, and I´m really trying to stop thinking of myself as old. You don´t like "Misty"?Ron, you´re such a total unromantic-ha! (Bet Donkey likes that one, too.) Speaking of things you like, do you like M&Ms? Answer and then I´ll tell you why I asked.

3:23 PM, December 14, 2005  
Blogger Ron said...

Donkey, yes you have a point. First, truth be told it's basically poor people or ones who made money mainly through crime that are the most often in jail. While all races use drugs I think you will find that the ones that sell for a living are the ones in jail.
I can't account for your violent crime numbers. I don't believe that there is copious racism in the justice system. I think it has more to do with a bias against the poor which is the issue I think needs to be addressed to bring about some kind of solution to the problem.

6:07 PM, December 14, 2005  
Blogger Ron said...

Isn't sugar one of the basic food groups?

6:13 PM, December 14, 2005  
Anonymous diane marie said...

AHHH-poor+black+hispano=racism...thank you Donkey for the stats, I knew they were somewhere in that$$$=decent legal representation---what's wrong with this equation???shouldn't every human being or at least every american be entitled to decent legal representation??? how dare this country sqawk re the spreading of democracy when we don't even recognize that all are entitled to protection under the law...Ron, perhaps you do not need a lawyer today, there will be a time when you/family member does, and then are you prepared to hand over every cent you have so copiously earned into the hands of a stranger with a law degree???The concept of classes has changed dramatically in just these 4 and half yrs. where we are going is very obscure and very scary, thank GOD I believe in Him and keep my fear factor in check or I'd be on the way to Las Vegas and not for a gamble either!!!
To protect everyone's rights is to protect our own rights first, we need to be aware of all that is going on around us part. in the pol arenas which encompass our "all" at this time in hx...

Democat, forget I said opposites attract, they can also be very bad for each other as well...

NEWS---great to have Lonna back in Town---have ya'll heard re Mitt Romney??? You'll have to wait till tommorrow's show!!!!

take care---writer

7:44 PM, December 14, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well if anyone is still reading at this site here is a response to the Roswell Says Program (the last half hour anyway) and the interview with Gov. Richardson. Some of us T-r-i-e-d to call in response to the 10:30am caller, but seems the second line was not working, only a recording for a radio transmitter, 4 or 5 times. Then with only a few minutes left, the main line just rang. They can call what is happening in Iraq today and since we have been there "democracy" or "building democracry" but it isn't. NOT when the constitution and other polices privatize public resources for one example. It's what has been going on all along - the enrichment of the globalist corporations, e.g. Haliburton and its sub KBR, at the Expense of the people. But of course its part of their domestic policy here too. When the water gets privatized, i.e. Enronized, watch the price go through the roof. But of course the "free" market must be Obeyed. Never mind that it isn't automatically right or true or natural and as done certainly not "free". But if they call it "democracy" then it is democracy and if they call it "free" then it is free. And if you don't get in line with "our" policies with the World Bank and the IMF, then as a former-Pentagon-
employee's book states, we'll send in the troops to make you be part of the "free market" "democratic" economy and culture. And of course the "economy" here is doing "so well". Most of the increase in the economy according to the latest government quarterly report is due to direct and indirect expenditures on the Iraq War. What about the cost of living in the real world? The government does not count fuel among other real world expenses that real people have to pay. What about increasing health care costs and losses in retirement benefits?
Low unemployment? What about those who are no longer counted and what about the pay and benefits, if any, of those jobs? No wonder reenlistment is up. About the "best job" you can get now for many Americans is for a contractor in Iraq. But I guess if you feel your income is safe, so what. They are not going to cut benefits for Social Security or Military Retirees, and even if they do they won't cut them for public servants, e.g. retired Chicago Cops. No the "free" market would never,ever do that. The Prophets stated repeatedly that these type of policies, beliefs and actions would doom Israel and Other Nations. But the people didn't want to listen to them. They prefered the false god messages of greed and power. They were too secular to listen to "Sunday School" messages.
The interview with Gov. Richardson was pathetic and condescending, not just to him but to thinking people in Roswell and elsewhere. The Governor should have done more than just kowtow to the "conservative Chaves County". We got ha-ha and hee-hee talk about space aliens and liquid diets and the "wonderful" economy in Roswell. The economy here isn't bad but I wouldn't call it "wonderful". There was talk about getting tough on crime, DWI etc. but not a word about white-collar crime. Gee, I wonder why?!
Also, not a mention about the health care crisis, and, yes, that is a correct term, and no mention of increasing family indebtedness, increased cost of living vs. income (not even taxes which considering the station ownership and the prevailing attitudes here was surprising, as we know that taxes are our great evil) and our lovely "traditional value" of legalized cock fighting for Chaves County which all of our local state reps (all Republican by the way) voted to keep. Note to the rest of the world: the dirty little secret that we can't talk about is that it has to do with the demographics of vote-getting in most of Rural New Mexico. No wonder the station owner was so approving, Richardson, never once spoke of anything to offend the party line of those in power here.
Oh, and of course no talk about support for public employee unions. Wouldn't want to offend our "free market" mayor who has come out for the abolishment of these unions. I guess when they decide not run the phony mask comes off for all to see. Yes, just another lovely day in the hood aka the Roswell plantation.

12:57 PM, December 15, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...

Dear Ms. Democrat:

The Donkey had not seen the movie, "Play Misty for me".

The Donkey had to look up the song lryics to know it. It is best-known
by Johnny Mathis in 1959. Ray Stevens's country version came in 1975, and gave him his second Grammy.

As to Ron's post, "I can't account for your violent crime numbers." The Donkey knows Ron can use internet searchs to find numbers. Perhaps Ron has little interest to find evidence of what he does not want to know.
As Ron posted , "I don't believe that there is copious racism in the justice system". Why mess up a belief with facts and numbers?

The Donkey can believe The Game is the bestest gym coach in the world. Why bother with facts when it is easier to believe what you want?

1:37 PM, December 15, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...

To the person who posted about the show:

At least Ron did not hang up on you. The Donkey did get on the show with a minute to spare. The Donkey had no called since Ron hung up on him. May be Bob drove the Donkey to speak.

Do not worry about the current Mayor, he is not running again. The Donkey was very suprized to see some local republican leaders at a 500 dollar a plate fund raiser.

Roswell's municipal judge was there, after having enough to pay his fine of $500, he still had enough to support a Democrat for another $500. The Donkey also saw some one running for mayor, meeting with Richardson. The same person who tried to stop a union picket a few months ago. How do the other local Republicans feel about supporting a Democrat with money? You would think Republicans would spend money on Republicans.

The more the Donkey sees politics the stranger it is.

2:04 PM, December 15, 2005  
Anonymous Democat said...

Re: opposites attract-it's true that your opposite CAN be very bad for you or sometimes not. The main thing is that once you are attracted you need something to keep you together, so you need to have common interests and similar, but not identical personalities.
No, Ron, sugar is NOT one of the basic food groups (although, chocolate is one of MY essential food groups). I didn't ask you about sugar. I asked you about M&Ms, specifically.
Asked a Trekkie I know about the Vulcan mating cycle-comes around
every 100 years. (Keep that in mind, Game!)
Surprised that Donkey didn't know the lyrics to "Misty". My ex who should be familiar with songs from the 50s/60s couldn't remember it, either (he's more of a Led Zepplin kind of guy and not into Mathis) Can we call KSFX and request songs? Maybe someday, I will call the station and request "Misty" from Ron-ha! (Don't worry, I don't have the desire, let alone the energy to stalk anyone, not even Brad. :-) )
Was a surprise to hear from Ol' Bob again. Was kinda waiting to see if Maniac would call in on the other line-ooh, woulda been fireworks, right?

3:26 PM, December 15, 2005  
Anonymous Democat said...

Happy Holidays to all the bloggers, even The Game!
This includes:
Merry Christmas! (when we celebrate the birth of Jesus-The Prince of Peace who was Jewish!!)
Happy Hanukkah! (12/25)
Happy Kwanzaa! (12/26)
and, I guess, Happy Candlemass! if anyone's a Wicca.
Also, Happy New Year 2006!
I'll hope for lots good things like:
Peace on Earth, the troops coming home, Rumsfeld's termination, Bush's and Cheney's impeachments, Delay's conviction, ...

4:19 PM, December 15, 2005  
Blogger Ron said...

anon..The Governor was on after my program was over. You notice I didn't participate. Unfortunately thre is much that is out of my control. I agree that there was little that would truly inform and I was also very disappointed.

10:40 PM, December 15, 2005  
Blogger Ron said...

Diane, I couldn't agree with you more on the lawyer thing. That is precisly a part of my point.

10:42 PM, December 15, 2005  
Blogger Ron said...

Donkey, It is my belief that most issues are more than a set of numbers. It's why the numbers are the way they are. That comes from lots of reading and thinking in a curious way. I think racism is a narrow way to think of it. No doubt that it still exists but I think there are much bigger things going on than that. A huge part of that is being a poor person. To me changing that will do more to change the situation that eliminating all racism from the system.

10:49 PM, December 15, 2005  
Blogger Ron said...

I like M&Ms. Sorry but all the colors taste the same to me....Skittles are better..chewyer and MORE SUGAR! :-)

10:54 PM, December 15, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pasted above is a link to just about the ONLY real interview of any politician in my memory. Amy Goodman sticking it to Bill Clinton. And she DID!! Bill was not happy with her. But, I had a greater understanding of Bill AFTER that interview because he actually had to explain himself. God I wish Amy could get her mike on BUSH for an hour!! Ron, if you listen to it, pass the link on to your coworkers. Maybe they will learn something. Gotta be "nice" to visiting politicians or they will take their interviews elsewhere, huh??

The Donkey's question would have been a GREAT question to ask the governor, but no, they talked nonsense, mostly.

Anon, I wish I knew who you were. You sound like someone I would like to know. Anyway, this is what I wrote earlier:

I am posting here to weigh in with MY dismay and disappointment with Richardson's "interview" yesterday. It was nonsense. Almost nothing substantive. All "rah-rah Richardson and rah-rah Roswell" stuff. I do not appreciate it when ANY politician is given softball questions. Not even a politician of my own party. I agree with anon. Richardson talked about his "crime" package -- he is going to be "tougher on crime," but there was no mention of solutions to the REAL crime problems here like drive by shootings.

IF you want to cut down on domestic violence and drug use, GOOD PAYING JOBS might have an impact. Instead we are cheering the tourist industry which accounts for very few good paying jobs. As for jobs at the air center? My husband was offered one there for $9 an hour. He said if they would double it he might think about it. SO, he went elsewhere. I will bet Millenium will pay less than Nova did -- I know its workers WERE working for Manpower. And it has gotten all kinds of city, state, and federal money. That is OUR TAX money that is subsidizing those jobs that are probably not as well-paying as the ones formerly offered at Nova or TMC. BUT, I don't know for a fact that they will be lower paying. I only suspect they will be.

I imagine I will vote for Richardson in the next election ONLY because the Republican would likely be worse. In my opinion, he could have kept his vote-buying tax rebates. Pandering to the greedy and stupid and to Republicans. He, like Hillary Clinton, is a POLITICIAN before anything else. Popularity and name recognition is his main concern. Appeasing BUSINESS is how he thinks he can best do that. Especially in THIS county! I want someone running for office whose major concern is the well-being of the people. Looking out for BUSINESS does not necessarily translate into better lives for the workers. I don't think the dairy business is good for Chaves County in the long run either. Almost all political thinking, now, is short term, more is the pity. The next wars after the oil wars (according to the Pentagon) will be WATER wars. We MUST NOT allow water to be privatized, and so should be more careful of the water we have now. Dairies in a country with no water does not make good LONG_TERM sense to me.

I see 200 religious leaders demonstrated in Washington yesterday because of our "Christian" leaders war on the poor to enrich the rich.


8:08 AM, December 16, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is part of what the Baghdad Girl Blogger had to say about the elections yesterday:

...The incident of the day yesterday was news of a tanker or truck that had been caught in the town of Wassit full of fake voting ballots from Iran. There is also news that voting centers haven’t been properly equipped in several Sunni provinces. There was a skirmish between Iraqi National Guard and the electoral committee to preside over elections in Salah Al-Din.

More people are going to elect this time around- not because Iraqis suddenly believe in American-imposed democracy under occupation, but because the situation this last year has been intolerable. Hakim and Ja’affari and their minions have managed to botch things up so badly, Allawi is actually looking acceptable in the eyes of many. I still can't stand him.

Allawi is still an American puppet. His campaign posters, and the horrors of the last year, haven’t changed that. People haven’t forgotten his culpability in the whole Fallujah debacle. For some Iraqis, however, he’s preferable to Hakim and Ja’affari after a year of detentions, abductions, assassinations and secret torture prisons.

There’s a saying in Iraq which people are using right and left lately, and that I've used before in the blog, “Ili ishuf il mout, yirdha bil iskhuna.” He who sees death, is content with a fever. Allawi et al. seem to be the fever these days…


8:17 AM, December 16, 2005  
Anonymous Democat said...

Now, me, I like the blue ones just because it's my favorite color (& I'm a Dem-neat coincidence)
Anyway, asked you because I saw a display of candy that said M&Ms are the favorite chocolate of Nascar fans. FYI-I love the candy, but don't care about racing/Nascar at all. (My current favorite candybar is a Symphany w/toffee chips.)

2:07 PM, December 16, 2005  
Anonymous Democat said...

Re: your preference for dark skinned brunettes, Ron
You need to check out the photo of an actress who co-stars on CBS series "NUMB3RS" (Fri/9 pm).
Her name is Ravi Rawat (she's been on "The O.C." etc. too) and she's of German and East Indian descent-REALLY pretty. You'll forget all about Cori. :-)
Also, for anyone who doesn't watch "NUMB3RS", why not? It is one of the best things on TV and an INTELLIGENT drama which is more than can be said for "Survivor", "Fear Factor" and the rest of the idjit reality shows.

4:32 PM, December 17, 2005  
Anonymous Democat said...

Saw an article on Yahoo News re: a group that has been "howling" over Alaska's Republican governor allowing hunting of arctic wolves to prevent them from hunting moose and caribou. Supposedly, this is because Alaska's people hunt to supplement their food supply. SOME people (Native American, Inuit, Yupik, etc.) do hunt to eat, but my opinion is that the anti-environment wildlife hating GOP cares more about the rich pigs that go up to Alaska to hunt BOTH the caribou/moose and the predators. Lonna tells me she heard or saw something about polar bears drowning by trying to swim from ice floe to ice floe because the ice is melting so fast due to global warming. Plus, the wretched GOP still wants to drill in the ANWR despite the opposition of the majority of Americans. Animals have a right to live and wolves, unlike human beings, control their populations. Plus, wolves hunt the sick and old caribou/moose and improve the population by keeping it healthy.
Why do Republicans hate wildlife? Guess it's because they don't love anything but the almighty dollar!
Recommended reading and viewing-
"Julie of the Wolves" series by
Jean Craighead George and
"Never Cry Wolf" starring
Charles Martin Smith

5:14 PM, December 17, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...

On Ron's post:"most issues are more than a set of numbers."

Is Ron relying on personal feelings or intuitions, rather than objective observation, reasoning, and judgment, to make his reality?

Does the nature and existence of every object depends only on Ron's awareness of it?

8:25 PM, December 17, 2005  
Blogger Ron said...

Gee Donkey, you are sounding just like a neo con..its all emotion! No donkey, observation of the numbers, the intent and outcome of issues, the common sense quotient and how fairly it can be applied to all determines my view.

10:38 PM, December 18, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...

At one time neoconservatives supported a militant anticommunism, social welfare and supported civil equality for blacks and other minorities.

The Donkey knows that is not what Ron meant when Ron used the term pejoratively.

Ron has an honest observation of facts which support his position and ignores facts which contradict his opinions.

Emotion is the antithesis of reason.

"In the words of a broken heart
It’s just emotion
Taking me over
Caught up in sorrow
Lost in the song"

12:36 AM, December 20, 2005  
Anonymous Democat said...

What's up with Donkey and Ron re: the issue of emotions? Would've thought that would come from The Game, our resident Vulcan. My comment on this is that we should try to be informed from a variety of sources, if possible, but that because we are human beings our opinions will still be influenced by our emotions and life experiences. And with the state of the world being what it is, who can blame us for getting a little emotional?
Are there any local news stories out there about this flu that's going around? My family and I have been really sick with it, and I hear that a lot of people in Roswell have it, plus my parents in AZ have it. I suppose that nothing will be said in order to prevent a panic about Bird Flu. Anyway, were there shots for this type of flu or did they just concentrate on making Tamiflu (sp?) so Rummy could rake in the big bucks? Bush probably hasn't had enough things named after him yet. I think they should name this kind of flu after him because both of them make a lot of people very sick!
Ron, did you look for any pictures of Ravi yet? There are some nice online photo galleries with pics of her. Cori's pretty, but from what I saw she's like most of the post-Baywatch models/actresses (silicone top/no hips). Ravi is exotic w/dark hair/eyes, brown skin, and she has the curves you said you liked. She's what they used to call sultry back in the Golden Days of Hollywood. Go take a look. You'll think you died and went to Heaven. LOL

12:52 PM, December 21, 2005  
Blogger Ron said...

Sorry donkey I'm human and find it a necessary observation. It's where my "humanity" comes from.

Neoconservative: An intellectual and political movement in favor of political, economic, and social conservatism that arose in opposition to the perceived liberalism of the 1960s: “The neo-conservatism of the 1980s is a replay of the New Conservatism of the 1950s, which was itself a replay of the New Era philosophy of the 1920s” (Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.).

That's what I mean.

I saw Rivi. Seriously beautiful no doubt. Ya gotta understand though Cori and me, we go way back. :-)

5:58 PM, December 21, 2005  
Anonymous Democat said...

Ron and Cori go way back-in HIS dreams. LOL
Say, Ron, I heard you playing "Clap for the Hound Dog"-oops, I mean "Clap for the Wolfman" a while back and have to ask you an all important question. What the heck is the "pompatous of love"? The Inquiring Mind wants to know.

2:33 PM, December 27, 2005  

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