Weekend Open Thread

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  1. swanspirit says:

    Those are so pretty!!! ❤

  2. Dora says:

    • lateblum says:

      The “most excellent” Gov JBPritzker is such a humanitarian. Of course, the millions of $$$ and the thousands of voters who attend this event mean nothing to him.
      It’s all about the children.
      He plans to spend time at Lolla this weekend showing what a down to earth guy and hero he really is.
      Did I say humanitarian? I meant hypocrite.

  3. Dora says:

  4. Miranda says:

    Dr. Jah on world news was very good last night. He said that the Provincetown cluster showed the vaccine was actually working. A lot of out-of-towners arrived (he didn’t mention this, but apparently it was ‘bear’ week, so there was a lot of, ah, close contact 😉 ), so the spike wasn’t unexpected. But, out of the spike, only 7 went to the hospital and no one died. He also said that kids could be sent to school safely and it was important to get them back in the classroom.

    You could see the interviewer getting frustrated that he wasn’t joining in the panic.

  5. Dora says:

    NUREMBERG 2.0: Biden’s corrupt DOJ just declared experimental vaccine mandates LEGAL… forced experimental injections will now commence

    Fake “president” Joe Biden has decided that it is perfectly legal for the government and private businesses to force employees against their will to get injected with experimental gene modification chemicals for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).


    • elliesmom says:

      The “known unknown” that no one is allowed to talk about is whether the introduction of the vaccine causes vaccinated people to become super-spreaders when they get the virus. If they have no symptoms, they go about their daily business unaware they’re spreading the virus. A person who gets sick stays home. I suspect that’s what’s behind the push to get vaccinated people to mask up again. The data we don’t see says vaccinated people are spreading the virus. The irony is, if this what’s happening with vaccinated people, then the more people who are vaccinated, the more people we have out and about being Typhoid Mary. Then the question becomes is the push to get more people vaccinated to save them from the people who have already been vaccinated or is it to create more spreaders? It’s not Tuesday. 🙂

  6. votermom says:

    vive le France!

  7. lyn5 says:

    h/t Angie

  8. lyn5 says:

  9. lyn5 says:

    I laugh at idiots who don’t understand viruses. A friend’s 16-year-old niece caught a virus that shredded her heart. The doctor said viruses are in the environment. Her body was the perfect host for the virus that wasn’t contagious. The doctor also said the heart damage would have been undetectable. The niece had felt dizzy and went to bed to rest. She never woke up.

  10. Helen Kenney says:
  11. Helen Kenney says:


    the benedicts should never be forgiven for doing this to our country

  12. threewickets says:

    A definition of ‘camp’ might be “self-conscious faking, overdramatizing”. Susan Sontag has a 1964 essay on camp that became part of the Andy Warhol post-modernism spirit. The quote below is from a 1954 Christopher Isherwood play, and it makes a distinction between low-camp (satirizing) and high-camp (glorifying, while presumably still being aware of the fakery and excess). Camp has been at the center of both Liberace Rockefeller and Trump Rothschild’s entire lives. I suppose they would call it high-camp. But for me, a critical element of any style of camp is that the audience is aware of the fakery too. As we all are at the start of any movie. We know it is acting. Deceiving the audience is not the point of camp. That is all Tawana Rockefeller is … all day every day. Purposeful deception.

    “You thought it meant a swishy little boy with peroxided hair, dressed in a picture hat and a feather boa, pretending to be Marlene Dietrich? Yes, in queer circles they call that camping. … You can call [it] Low Camp…High Camp is the whole emotional basis for ballet, for example, and of course of baroque art … High Camp always has an underlying seriousness. You can’t camp about something you don’t take seriously. You’re not making fun of it, you’re making fun out of it. You’re expressing what’s basically serious to you in terms of fun and artifice and elegance. Baroque art is basically camp about religion. The ballet is camp about love …”

    • threewickets says:

      We need strong editors and curators for the arts and litters world in the new millennium internet era. We also need strong due diligence agents for the social sciences and hard sciences which today are led by fake science Scientology gay quacks. Why gay? I don’t really know. Because they are really Jesuit priests for White Jesus? 🙂 Anyway these roles, to the extent they exist for the digital generations, report to Tawana Billary Rothschilds’ CIA and their 24/7/365 lying and whining agendas. Like fake plagues and fake apocalypses and endless fake news orgies.

    • threewickets says:

      If the Singularity agenda is about turning people into sterile robots so the royal global plutocracy can maintain control, then you will curate culture accordingly. One obvious side effect is … culture will suck. Billary Rothschild’s cynical, perpetually lying, Malthusian religion.

    • threewickets says:

      Cary Grant was born a decade earlier than he said (when Prescott Bush was born) to have been at Yale at the right time. He lived a long and eventful life. Guess he was probably at my graduation to see his son (George Clooney) and his grandson (my roommate) graduate. Also attending would have been his daughter (Marilyn Monroe), his son (Paul Newman), his nephew (my bio dad Kennedy), and others. Wish I had known. I didn’t know what a Rothschild was until two years ago. Today I am buried alive pretty much in his backyard, guarded by Tawana Billary and their hoods. I wear those Rachel Maddow glasses tho … handed to me by my Five Eyes doctor lol.

    • threewickets says:

      A Tawana sculpture has no marble, no chipping, no fine carving. A Tawana sculpture is made of bullshit … by piling on and massaging more and more wet bullshit and waiting for it to dry. It becomes a brokeback mountain of bullshit.

    • threewickets says:

      Does anyone remember Paul Newman in “The Sting”? I can’t. Paul Newman’s great talent is HIDING, even more than con-artisting. He is a coward. He defines cowardice and lying in the modern age. That is quite a mantle. Look at his sons!

    • threewickets says:

      Gay Anglican priests who lie for a living, workout, and whose opinion of the little people is dirt. You know who you are, CNN bigshots. What exactly gets you up in the morning?

    • threewickets says:

      The sexiest place I’ve known is post-Franco Andalusia … birthplace of second millennium non-religious math and science in the West during the time of Avignon White-bread Jesus. That is to say … the anti Tom Cruise Scientology Trumbullshit College Yale. The anti gay Jesuit Inquisition CIA. The anti cock-blocking and lying CULTURE.

    • threewickets says:

      ^^ Where did all this un-fake scientific tradition come from? Non Abrahamic Troy, Persia, and further East. But Avignon White-bread Jesus cornered the market for propaganda. No doubt. This is the background of Einstein Ashkenazi too … via Sephardi Andalusia.

    • threewickets says:

      If I am any country in the world today, and the biggest US export (via the CIA) is LYING … I am going to keep shopping. Why would I want to turn my country into a nation of liars? Wake up please, Rothschilds.

    • threewickets says:

      The first brands were coats of arms, what you were willing to die for. The second brand was Avignon White-bread Jesus who died for your sins, but not really. Europeans and their morbid obsession with death. They have never gotten over the Black Death. It is the basis of Christianity and its religion of cleaning. Gay Jesuits live in bathhouses.

    • threewickets says:

      Do blood royals have jobs? Yes … in money, consulting, religion, politics. But most reliably you can find them in the propaganda fields. Every year you can see them stroking themselves while hiding in plain sight (a sort of game for them) at the Oscars, Globes, Cannes, Bafta. Actively deceiving the people has been the trend sine Protest-ants began putting pressure on Catholic royals in Europe. Since Elizabeth and royal Shakespeare.

    • threewickets says:

      The point of royal conservatism is conserving the past. Royals would be happiest in the medieval Avignon White-bread Jesus 14th century.

  13. threewickets says:

    PAV Uncle Sam’s blood is Hun, Visigoth, Spanish Habsburg, Carlist-Bourbon, Victorian-Hanover, Oxbridge Jack the Ripper, ultimately “born again” Uncle Sam. He made the 20th century. He embodies the elitist misanthropic death cult we know as Malthusian population eugenics. He is the modern father of the Five Eyes SIS and its religion of spying and lying.

    • threewickets says:

      Sephardi in many ways means Spanish Atheist, the scientists who wrote the scripts for the Jesuit priests, aka not the schmuck flock.

    • threewickets says:

    • threewickets says:

      Uncle Sam and Louis Mayer, criss-cross spawning Sephardi partners from South France. Some of Louis Mayer’s spawn: Golda Meir (mother I don’t know), Henry Kissinger (with Greta Garbo), Michael Bloomberg (with Brooke Astor), Sheldon Bush (with Dorothy Walker), Danny Devito (mother I don’t know), Steve Schwarzman (with Marilyn Monroe), Hillary Clinton (with Greta Garbo).

      • threewickets says:

        Your precious secrets are like a little girl’s fantasies in Wonderland or Lewis Carroll in the basement of Christ Church. Very gay.

    • threewickets says:

      George Soros’s parents are David Rockefeller-Rothschild (Liberace lying about his age) and Elizabeth Charlotte Rothschild. George was Uncle Sam’s grandson two times.

    • threewickets says:

      Daniel Day-Lewis is from Jerry Lewis (from Cary Grant) and Sandra Day, husband to Rebecca Miller (graddaughter of Greta Garbo two times), and father of Greta Gerwig (current Queen of France). They are all Bouvier-Bush Bourbons.

    • threewickets says:

      Why do the Maxwells troll for Tawana Liberace? What is the logic there. Tradition? Asked in a different way … why do Robert Maxwell’s kids take orders from David Rockefeller’s kid? Robert Maxwell and David Rockefeller are both sons of Uncle Sam. Because David Rockefeller was born earlier?

    • threewickets says:

      If Gore Vidal was Al Gore Sr’s son and Joseph P. Kennedy’s grandson, why was he so different from Al Gore Jr? Because Gore Vidal’s mom was Nina S. Gore Auchincloss, and Al “I can’t dance but George Clooney Bush is my boyfriend” Gore Jr’s mom wasn’t.

    • threewickets says:

      There is a good chance that Hugh Dudley Auchincloss is another name for Al Gore Sr Kennedy.

  14. Helen Kenney says:


    I can get away with anything I want to do, and if they don’t like FK them

  15. threewickets says:

    Blade Runner, the racist Five Eyes novel and sequel film about chasing and killing robots, stars Ryan Gosling, a talented actor who I enjoy watching. Ryan couldn’t look more like PAV Uncle Sam aka Jack the Ripper if he tried lol. Think I’ll pass on the film.

    • threewickets says:

      For those of you arguing that Replicants are just Rockefeller-Rothschilds eugenics babies and not race specific … please. That would make Newman, Marilyn, Turner, Trump, Clooney, Kagans, Maxwells, Liberace and all his kin Replicants too. Trust me, nobody is chasing them.

  16. threewickets says:

    Let’s say in some science fiction fantasy, President Xi and Tawana are both sons of Liberace Rockefeller-Rothschild. What would happen if the Rockefeller-Rothschild Carlyle Fed stopped its highest priority agenda MAKE CHINA BOOM TO SHRINK THE CHINESE RACE? Beijing would probably remove Xi from the Standing Committee. Reality is that Five Eyes Bourbons no longer control global energy, global labor, global capital and currency reserves, global manufacturing and productivity, even global technologies. Five Eyes Bourbons really only control global fake news and lying today.

    • threewickets says:

      Let’s say Liberace and Tawana both come from PAV Uncle Sam’s frozen sperm. Frozen sperm index high for gay and for sociopathy, not to mention fact that PAV Jack the Ripper was a sociopath for the ages to begin with. Why do this?

    • threewickets says:

      The Kagans’ claim to Ukraine. CIA Cary Grant and KGB Lazar Kaganovich’s daughter made a baby 90 years ago. Frog CIA and Frog KGB are history. Shouldn’t we be moving on? Skull & Bones wants to rule Central Asia like Borat? Please.

  17. threewickets says:

    Hollywood portrays the Klan as cowards and bigots. Surprisingly accurate from the studios. Is Tawana Bill Clinton a coward and bigot? He is the Klan, the man hiding inside the white hood. He doesn’t know the meaning of disclosure, and his mouth is a firehose of lying. His village trolls are in a tizzy. Anyone know what’s up?

    • threewickets says:

      A bigot will have bigoted presumptions and make bigoted prejudgments about people. There’s your “pre-crime” gay Minority Report, gay Tom Cruise from Trumbull College Yale. Stop hiding behind the gay Jesuit mask and (you know) that gay Jesuit white hood.

  18. threewickets says:

    Dear Geneva WHO and Atlanta CDC … you lied to the world about AIDS and millions of dead gay men. You sound retarded lying to the world again about COVID. You are Tawana Bill Clinton Liberace’s lying zombies. Give it a rest.

    • threewickets says:

      When the Mossad kidnapped Team Israel at the Munich Games, Yitzhak Rabin was Israeli PM. Not sure if Rabin was a Maxwell. But Gerald Ford Rockefeller was POTUS, Nelson Rockefeller was VPOTUS, Liberace Rockefeller was Chair of CFR-CIA, and Tawana Clinton Rockefeller was training to become the World’s Biggest Troll that summer with Munich and Son of Sam. He became Arkansas’ top cop that fall.

      • threewickets says:

        While the Rockefellers were fucking around, Joni Mitchell seems to have written this nice album for Sheldon. Not sure why … cept that they all lived in Rothschilds Connecticut.

    • threewickets says:

      I know Obama loves the word and notion of “story” when it comes to news. Ronald Reagan also loved his “True Stories” in speeches. In politics and really in all “news” today, story means “making shit up”. Hollywood news of the nation and world. Lying.

    • threewickets says:

      Corporate America’s “cause-related” fake charity PR rackets (a la Jerry Lewis telethons) are as offensive as their token diversity PR rackets. If it is important, have the Fed pay for it. It costs them nothing.

  19. elliesmom says:

    A comment at Legal Insurrection quoted baseball player Vernon Law. “Life’s a tough teacher. It gives the test first, then the lesson.” if I had known that one, it would have become one of my classroom posters.

    • Helen Kenney says:


    • Mt.Laurel says:

      So life is like going to catholic school. Parent: why did you do so poorly in this test. Student: Well the test last week was multiplication tables and we all passed, even though that is from the third grade math book becuadep our peachier folders have the times table and most of us have read

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        The youngest cat wants her tablet back.

        Anyway, parents would call one another and then the dads would have a talk with the Monsignor and the nuns would be asked, once again, to not test students on materials that have not yet been covered in class or homework. The nuns would generally ignore because life does not only test you on what you have already learned.

        Handing tablet back to cat so she can watch her bird video. It’s rainy, but no wind or lightning ⛈, so the windows are not of much interest today.

  20. Helen Kenney says:
  21. Angie says:

  22. DeniseVB says:

    Sometimes I agree with Bill Maher, but he still has a long way to go 🙂

  23. Helen Kenney says:


    sounds like a good idea to me, but not while the benedicts are in charge. they would create something worse

  24. Angie says:

  25. Angie says:

  26. lateblum says:

    While @GovPritzker was at “Lolla”, this call came in to the CPD.

    We know they didn’t take the toilets. Pritzker took those out years ago.

  27. lyn5 says:

  28. Shez ZK says:

    I’ve seen this clip before, a couple of years ago at least. Dipping into the comments on another vid with almost the same title they said this actually happened during the farmer’s protests back in 2014, on the Préfecture in Châlons en Champagne, not Macron’s house. A French person put up a vid link to prove it is cropped from old footage (“Grande Manifestation Agricole de Chalon en Champagne” 11/9/14). But, they do say that it was in their news that something similar to this did happen recently.Yay! They didn’t say to whom or where, but they said the current protests are already bigger than the ones in 2018. Go France!

  29. Dora says:

    I will never think of the movie in the same way again.

  30. Dora says:

    Go Dr. Stella!


    Dr. Stella Immanuel Launches $100 Million Dollar Lawsuit Against CNN After Being Vindicated on Hydroxychloroquine


  31. DeniseVB says:

  32. Angie says:

    Keep digging, asshats! 🤣🤣🤣

  33. 1539days says:

    Now that July has passed, I have looked at the COVID case reporting data, which is admittedly flawed. However, some interesting items to glean from this.

    The “explosion” in new cases is unsurprisingly manipulated. On a day by day basis, reporting is terrible. Numbers tend to drop before the weekend and spike on Monday, because hospitals are notoriously behind on paperwork. Instead, I averaged about 4 weeks. For July, the average number of cases is up, about 3 times as many as the average number in June. However, if you go back to May, July is only about 30% higher. It is similar, but not nearly as large as the “BLM spike” I’ve written about before. The number of new reported cases were
    May: 26K/day
    June: 11K/day
    July: 33K/day

    The difference a year, and the dreaded Delta variant, makes is that deaths are (probably) down. Deaths can lag reported cases by 2-4 weeks, so reported deaths for a month are often from infections from the month before. In May, the average was 570/day, June was 320/day and July is 250/day. Half as many people are dying per month compared to two months ago, time to drum up another crisis.

    The newest hot takes in the media are coming from Florida’s case rise and blaming DeSantis for not locking everyone in their homes or putting on a virtually useless mask. I would more likely attribute this to the Snowbird effect, where people are coming from other states for the summer. In some cases, people are coming to Florida BECAUSE the mask mandates are reduced. At the current rate, it’s going to take a year for Florida to kill as many people as New York did by putting COVID infected people back into nursing homes last year.

    • elliesmom says:

      It usually takes about two weeks for a rise in the number cases to show up in the number of deaths. Provincetown is a Mecca for the gay community all summer, but 4th of July is a hugh celebration that brings a lot of folks in from out of state and often from out of the country. It’s impossible to know whether the huge outbreak there was “homegrown” or “imported”. They do know that 75% of the people who tested positive were vaccinated. Likewise, Florida has issues in tracing where the spikes come from. When a place is an international tourist destination, it’s hard to say where spikes get started.

      • Somebody says:

        Amen, it is almost impossible to know. Delta variant actually came to Florida months ago. It first surfaced in South Florida, at the time they blamed it on Brazillians.

    • Somebody says:

      Technically snowbirds come south in the winter. There are plenty of people from the NE here in Florida, not sure if they are vacationing or moving here. Normally this time of year most of our tourists are from the SE United States. I always figured that’s because they can handle the heat🤣 The snowbirds usually head north around Easter and don’t come south until just before or just after the holidays, depending on their extended family situation. Most I know spend Thanksgiving and Christmas here, sometimes their kids visit around the holidays, sometimes not.

      The media looks for any excuse to blame DeSantis, they hate him almost as much as they hate Trump.

      I’m in the epicenter of covid right now, my county has had the highest per capita infection rate two weeks in a row. This past week set a record🙃 Our hospitals are feeling it, we have more covid patients than we’ve ever had before. One hospital turned a storage area into a makeshift ward.

      Florida’s peak last year with covid was in July, then there was another smaller peak in December. The difference from last year is where in Florida is the hot spot, last year it was SE Florida. Delta variant or Smelta variant, I think we’re just seeing the covid pattern that’ll be with us for years. Flu season follows a distinct pattern, it seems so too will covid. Right now down here in Florida we’re just riding the storm out……we’re all used to riding storms out, so we’ll be fine I’m sure😉

      • foxyladi14 says:

        I agree somebody,You will be fine. ❤

      • 1539days says:

        True enough. There was a big move a couple months ago for people from Upstate NY to take vacations in Florida. They were “fully vaccinated” and wanted to go places and not wear a mask (this was before Biden tried to increase approval by letting people go mask free). I knew some people going to FL to look for winter / new homes.

        As summer moves on, I expect a lower number of cases because July / August is too hot for COVID. This is probably why Fauci wants masks put on everyone now, to “prove” masks work by using correlation as causation.

        • Somebody says:

          I don’t think there is any such thing as too hot for covid. It’s definitely hot here, heat indexes over 100 last week and we broke records with the positivity rate. We now have two hospitals that are full and can’t take any additional patients. Mayo hospital notified emergency officials today they are at capacity and can’t take on more patients.

          Covid tore through India and Brazil during hot weather. I don’t think it’s impacted by climate.

          • 1539days says:

            At least in the US, case growth plummeted in mid-August last year. But yeah, heat doesn’t kill COVID in the body and surface contact wasn’t that big of a transmission vector.

    • lyn5 says:

      • elliesmom says:

        It may be that vaccinated people are better spreaders than unvaccinated people. This really is a giant experiment that started with a bioengineered virus. Now let’s turn Bill Gates loose on changing the climate. As soon as he’s perfected artificial meat.

        • 1539days says:

          There’s a lot of cognitive dissonance in the ways the state is trying to blame the “bad” unvaccinated for everything. I would understand if unvaccinated people spread the virus more readily because they were more demonstrably symptomatic, but asymptomatic spread was the reason everyone had to wear masks, so one theory now negates another.

          And let’s not forget the “cure” for a genetically modified virus is a gene therapy protocol that’s mostly-bad, but not-quite-as-bad as the disease.

  34. Angie says:

    • lateblum says:

      Was this the headline from the NYT about Trumps comment,”I’ll take care of the rest of it” or something to that effect? I think it may have been deleted.
      I came back to look for the tweet and I believe the message says,
      “This Tweet is unavailable.”

  35. Helen Kenney says:


    this caught my eye because of the birds on my ledge. The babies got old enough to fly last Friday. It was interesting watching them go from an egg to being able to fly away

  36. Helen Kenney says:

    why would facebook be so afraid of information being given to the public?

  37. Helen Kenney says:


    bid-on apocalypse

  38. Helen Kenney says:


    WHAT THE HELL. keep them in jail until you get the evidence???????????????
    that old thingy about haveing enough evidence to arrest and then to a speedy trial is gone under the benedicts

  39. Helen Kenney says:

    read the comments

    • elliesmom says:

      At least the vast majority of the people are supporting Walgreen’s decision. Only one suggested Walgreen’s should take a loss on this store and make it up in another one because the people in the neighborhood need a drugstore.

      • 1539days says:

        For one thing, maybe Oakland should have had some ON DUTY police at the store since it is a hub of all medication for the community.

        • elliesmom says:

          It wouldn’t matter because under $950 dollars of theft is just a desk ticket. The police can’t shoot them. The thieves might have to be a little more discreet, but there isn’t any disincentive to try.

          • swanspirit says:

            Maybe some of these stores need to start a membership only program, like Sam’s Club. Maybe it’s not workable, maybe it is. But it might keep the thieves out.

            For a while, my son worked at Marshall’s, in loss prevention. These thieves are in serious business. They would pull up a car in front of the store, leave the driver in the car with it running and the doors open, while one or more others would run into the store, grab arm loads of clothing off the racks, run out to the car and take off. And they did this on a regular basis.
            They do that in drugstores too. Just bring bags, and scoop stuff off the shelves, fill big bags, and run out to a running car. They resell the stuff out of their trunks, or in flea markets, or even on EBay or Craigslist.
            But what if there was a neighborhood membership to the drugstore, and only members could enter the store? It’s just an idea. What do you think?

          • 1539days says:

            For that matter, they could make it curbside only, but it’s tough for people who can’t shop online or don’t have a phone.

  40. Helen Kenney says:


    will his next job after the elections be buttwiper in the dem’s bathrooms?

  41. Helen Kenney says:


    overstepping her bounds. the same place where murders go free when prosecutors do not show up for court

  42. Helen Kenney says:


    this is getting sicker by the day,
    God made male and female, man made it

  43. Dora says:

  44. elliesmom says:

    My Canadian pastor cousin says there were elderly members of his congregation who were not given care. He used to be a strong critic of US healthcare, but not anymore.


  45. lyn5 says:

  46. helenk3 says:

    very helpful in today’s world

  47. lyn5 says:

    • lyn5 says:

      • lyn5 says:

        • 1539days says:

          That guy had to plead guilty for his “freedom” and that’s the goal. If the protesters want to fight this in court, the government would eventually lose, but the protesters would be imprisoned for years and pay legal fees that will bankrupt them. The goal is for trials for the people who will be the examples and plea deals with others to put them on the record as conspirators against the government.

  48. helenk3 says:


    a terrorist where an olympian was executed for protesting against his country

  49. helenk3 says:

    when the video becomes available it is a must see. The Next Revolution. the salaries paid to state bureaucrats in education is unbelievable. They were talking about Mississippi but all states need to be checked. So much money, so little results.

  50. Cisco says:

    Final July Totals (vs July 2020)
    Shot & Killed: 105 (+9%)
    Shot & Wounded: 517 (+4%)
    Total Shot: 622 (+5%)
    Total Homicides: 110 (+2%
    Meanwhile the States Attorney is busy trying to stop President Trump from getting money owed to him.
    Busy, busy, busy.
    h/t Heyjackass.com.

  51. John Denney says:

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  53. Dora says:

    Fourth Captiol cop commits suicide. Happened July 10 but info. just being released now following the July 29 third cop’s death. First two deaths happened in January.


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