Friday, April 30, 2004


Thursday, April 29, 2004

Well, I'm effectively done with school. My audio test yesterday made me feel ill, but I got a 75.7 so I've got a B locked up, and if Leach is nice, maybe an A. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for an A in French Revolution too, though my paper might have shot that down. My INTA test is tomorrow. I haven't studied and I don't plan to. I can pass the class without trying at this point, and that's exactly what I plan to do. My parents arrive tonight with my dad's mother and my brother and my mom's parents arrive tomorrow. My room is pretty well packed up. Everything that needs to go in storage is boxed up and I've got everything in order with Public Storage. Now all I need to do is sit still for 3 hours on Saturday and then wait 6-8 weeks for a $53,750 (based solely on tuition, not counting any fees or housing or books or meal plan costs) piece of paper to arrive. Whoo!

Tuesday, April 27, 2004

The problem with math: I can get as low as a 60 on my audio final tomorrow and still maintain an average of slightly above 80% for the class (easily a B). On the flip side, to hit a 90% (a guaranteed A) for the class, I'd need a 97 on the final tomorrow. *sigh* I suspect Leach will curve our grades when all is said and done, making an A still possible, especially since I've shown vast improvement since our first test. But I hate to rely on that, and realistically, a 97 tomorrow is impossible. Oh well. Who needs A's anyway?

Further proof that old people talking like "hip young people" just isn't funny. Mostly because "hip young people" sound retarded all by themselves. Watch the commercials and cry yourself to sleep. Crappy cell phone service is now available from the last bastions of hip: Circle K and 7-11. Why it's more important to get Dubya out of the White House than it is to get someone good into the White House. I'm not a big fan of Kerry personally, in fact I'll be voting for my libertarian candidate come November, but this is worth looking at.

When Sleepiness Leads to Psychosis (or How to Have Cuter Feet in Thirteen Easy Steps):

you'll need the following items:
1 bone saw
1 pair latex gloves
1 bottle rubbing alcohol
1 shoe/sandal model
1 bottle chloroform
10 rags
1 staple gun
20 tubes of neosporin
1 package assorted bandaids
1 bottle 1000mg ibuprofen
2 dumpsters

1) track down a girl with cute feet from a sandal/shoe advertisement
2) put on your latex gloves and apply chloroform to a rag. cover the model's nose and mouth until she passes out
3) take a handful of ibuprofen
4) use the bone saw to cut her feet off (soak up any blood with the rags)
5) wash your own feet in rubbing alcohol to prevent infection
6) saw your own feet off
7) staple her feet onto your legs
8) rub plenty of neosporin around your ankles
9) liberally apply bandaids to the affected area
10) take another handful of ibuprofen
11) dispose of model's body in a dumpster and your old feet in a separate dumpster (very important!)
12) enjoy your cute new feet!
13) don't bother pointing out the fact that i'm going to hell

- taken from my comments on Jenny's blog where she asked for advice on how to make her feet cuter

There's certainly something to be said for being the last one on your GT buddy list to put up a "sleeping" away message during finals week... I'm not sure what that something is exactly. But something. Right now the only things I can think about are Calonne, Brissot, the Enrages, the Brunswick Manifesto, Elba, the Directory, Danton, the Girondists, the Great Fear, Toulon, and the fall of Robespierre. *sigh*

Monday, April 26, 2004

Since I've had to explain what I want for my birthday and/or graduation to so many people already, even though this is already linked on the Linko! bar, here's another link anyway.

Two classes passed succesfully! Only one more class that I need to pass in order to graduate. :)

Hot damn! I got an 83 on my Psych final. That means my final average is 81.1667, which is a B. Sadly, I took the class pass/fail, so just like my MSE class last summer, my B is wasted. Too bad. :( Taking this class for a grade would have meant that I could have made Dean's List this semester. On the other hand, P/F meant I never felt terribly obligated to attend class. ;)

Ah the ECE labs in Van Leer. How I'll miss spending time in here once I graduate. NOT!! This early-90's moment has been brought to you by: Lightning Bolt apparel. Radical!!

Before my exam, I went to Engineer's Bookstore to relieve myself of several hundred pages of textbooks. I got $61.00 for 3 books, so let's call it $20 a book. It's a huge racket really. They'll turn around and sell each of those books used for $35-40 and make a killing. Fortunately, I bought them all used online in the first place, so it's not a huge loss in my finances either. I think I spent about $200 on books for this semester and I've already picked up about a 1/3 of that. I still have 5 books to dispose of later this week, but I don't expect to get more than $30-$40 for all of them, so if I hit the halfway point, I figure it's been a good semester. I already have one book they wouldn't take back (which, ironically, is the only brand new book I bought online) because there's a new edition coming out. Grr... I just can't justify selling a $40 textbook for $2. $5 would at least buy me lunch at Taco Bell. Anyway, one more casualty to donate to Books for Africa. At least I feel like it's going to good use that way.

Agenda for the week:
Monday 6:00 - 8:00 PSYC 2240 Final Exam
Tuesday 11:30 - 2:20 HTS 3038 Final Exam
Wednesday 2:50 - 5:40 ECE 4445 Final Exam
Wednesday 7:00 - 11:00 Avenged Sevenfold, Beloved, My Chemical Romance, Moments In Grace @ Cotton Club
Friday 11:30 - 2:20 INTA 1110 Final Exam
Saturday 8:00 - 9:00 Commencement Lineup
Saturday 9:00 - 12:00 Commencement

Nooooooooo!!!!!!!! The show on Friday is cancelled!!! :( :( :(
Stretch Arm Strong will be in Mezzago, Italy; Give Up The Ghost will be in Wallingford, CT; 18 Visions will be in Seattle, WA; Bleeding Through will be in California on the Death By Stereo tour. This essentially ruins my whole week. This show was going to be my huge celebration for being done with college finally. Well crap.

Riddle of the Day: What kind of parent doesn't call his/her son on his birthday?

My parents are both in the states, both have cell phones, and of course so do I. My brother (who did call me) says they're spending the weekend in the Shennandoah. Can't say I blame them, I'm sure the weather's perfect and it's always nice to get away from the insanity of DC. So maybe they can't get a cell signal over there. In which case, who designed the ridiculous coverage maps and the technology? My parents have never failed to call me on my birthday in the last 5 years when they're been living away from me. They called from New Delhi at like 4 am (in India) for pete's sake. My dad called me plenty of times from Afghanistan over other holidays this past year. *sigh* I did get an e-card from them, but it's not the same as a phone call. :( I guess it's true what they say, no one likes you once you turn 23. I'm sorry I didn't believe you guys when you warned me.

Sunday, April 25, 2004

Then there's my Audio final and my French Revolution final. Those are going to be extremely hard (at least by comparison) and there's no real way to know what I need to do to get what kind of grade. I think I'm right on the border of A/B, and it would be fantastic to pull off an A again before I graduate. *crosses fingers* *opens textbooks*

On the flip side, I'm not quite so lucky on my final exam tomorrow. I have an 79, 72, and 81.5. We get to drop a test, and then our final counts as a third exam. I need a 69.5 to pass my psych class. (Test1 + Test3 + Final)/3 = 69.5 means I need a 48 on the final. Certainly doable. I need to study a little bit, but just enough to pass.

Sweet... My INTA grades so far are 90, 80, and 86. I need to average 60 overall to pass the class. My final exam counts the same as each regular test. So, (Test1 + Test2 + Test3 + Final)/4 = 60. That means I need at least a -16 on the final to pass. Huh. So what's my motivation to study exactly?

I've had a fantastic past 2 days celebrating my birthday, unfortunately, now it's time for studying. I hate how my birthday always falls so close to final exams so no one ever wants to do anything. Oh well. Friday night Tim and I hit up Chilis for some chips and salsa before seeing Kill Bill: Volume 2. (Nerd Alert: Although I'm over my "linux phase," I still think this is hilarious.) Saturday I spent most of the afternoon packing before getting a summons from Emily around 7:30. She made me a delicious dinner, served in a gazebo, by candlelight, and topped off with sparkling pear juice and chocolate-dipped strawberries. Mmmmmm... We slept in today and then had more strawberries to go with our cinnamon rolls for breakfast. But we decided we weren't ready to get up yet and went back to bed for a couple hours. All in all this has been one of my more memorable birthdays, if only I didn't have to study and finish packing this week. Thanks to everyone else who couldn't be here to celebrate, but sent me cards and/or well-wishes :)

Friday, April 23, 2004

As of 2:55 pm today, I attended my last college class ever. I should be more excited about it, but I don't think it's really sunk in yet, since I still have final exams to take next week, how close I am to finishing something so supposedly important.

I decided to add reader-commenting capability to my blog so I can feel unloved when no one uses it.

and speaking of Lucky Charms... The creator of the cereal more healthy than raisin bran (it's true! compare the nutrition facts! lucky charms has less sugar and more vitamins than raisin bran! it's better in every way besides fiber.) didn't seem so lucky himself:
The creator of Lucky Charms cereal and his wife were killed in a Minnesota traffic accident on their way to visit their comatose daughter, who died two days later. (from CNN on 8/28/2000)

XchaosdawningX: anyway, i'm gonna take a shower and then watch unicron eat the moons of cybertron.
ManThing83: mmm.... moons. YOu think they're marshmallow like in Lucky Charms?
XchaosdawningX: they look substantially more metallic and pointy but simultaneously less likely to cut your mouth than lucky charms...
ManThing83: funny cause its true

Thursday, April 22, 2004

Fuck Chuck! Who's up for an "extended vacation" in lovely Vancouver? How about Toronto? Damned Republican war machine...

Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America: Atlanta is #1 Allergy Capital of the US. Woo!

Wednesday, April 21, 2004

Atlanta has officially been named the city with the worst pollen in America, according to the National Allergy Institute in DC (as reported on FOX 5's 6:00 news 4/21/2004)

Adding to the goodness today, I got a 47/50 on my last Audio test, so if I do well on the final, I might even get an A! Oh no, now I've jinxed it!

Getting a cute birthday card from your girlfriend's parents is a very good sign. :)

Tuesday, April 20, 2004

This is soooo cool! Needlessly expensive, but cool.

referring to the fun and expensive hobby of speaker/amp building:
winner864: in 3 years we'll get in touch with each other and build them up
winner864: then i'll drive from florida and you drive from texas and we'll take a picture that says "Twins"
XchaosdawningX: i'll mark my calendar
XchaosdawningX: ewwww, texas. hell no.
winner864: it is... your destiny
XchaosdawningX: well fuck.
XchaosdawningX: i'll just kill myself right now.
winner864: i love predicting your future in the worst ways possible since at the moment, you don't have one
XchaosdawningX: my future is living in a family member's basement until i'm 35, fat, and bald.
winner864: i'm thinking republican congressional worker in texas with a housewife and 4 kids

I'll be keeping my eyes peeled for a rainbow today. It seems like only yesterday...

Monday, April 19, 2004

Today definitely feels like Friday.

Not my finest work, but at least it doesn't read like a 3rd grader wrote it anymore. It's still a bit choppy in places and I'm not sure that I actually proved anything, but whatever. Here you go.

Reseach paper finished! Well, sort of. Typing is done. It still needs proofreading and I'm sure some minor revisions, but all the hard work is done. Now to watch some TV to numb my brain so I can go to bed. Tomorrow morning I'll polish it off and if I decide I'm not ashamed of my paper, I'll post a PDF version for you all to, um, "enjoy" reading.

Sunday, April 18, 2004

One word: horrifying!

Yes, that is indeed my brother on the right. Or sister, I forget which sometimes. Ben most certainly does not make for an attractive girl. However, either he's lost some weight, or that dress really hides his gut. Either way, he looks slimmer than when I last saw him. Congrats bro! In all fairness however, I don't think I made a very attractive girl either. Now, Tommy on the other hand, he's a hottie!

What a night to be stricken with insomnia... I think I fell asleep around 6 am. That's going to make writing the rest of my paper today an absolute blast. Nothing like being tired and cranky when you've got a lot of work to do.

Saturday, April 17, 2004

Mmmmmmm... Fresh brownies straight out of the oven and a nice tall glass of milk. :)

Tired of sorting spam? Tired of those sneaky bastards doing things like v*a*l*i*u*m or pen1s to confuse your filters in outlook or hotmail? You should give this a try. It's based on a Bayesian algorithm (no, you don't need to understand or remember statistics for it to work well, although the algorithm itself is fascinating for those that do) which learns as you use it. So far it's been 100% effective at determining what is and isn't spam. Just save up a couple days worth of spam (you may remember that this image was only 24 hours worth) to train the filter with in addition to all the good mail you have on hand. Then let it go and keep an eye on it for the first week to make sure it's not accidentally sorting out anything you need to keep and I've found that it works wonders on my inboxes.


I've always loved the SG body shape and after I saw Stacey playing this on Trucks! the other day, I had to go find it. The copper hue is awesome, and each raised snakeskin-style scale is tinted with color-shifting paint which gives it a totally awesome look under natural light. If inanimate objects could reproduce, I'd want this guitar to bear my children.

Okay, so I ran out of paper today. A short trip to Office Depot for their recycled paper (I had a $6 off coupon per case) solved that problem. So now I've got all the articles I've read printed out and ready to easily reference. My chair and desk are coated in papers, books, and sticky notes. I've got the basic framework of my paper planned out, and I have what I think is a workable thesis. My paper is due at 2:05 pm (well, really at the end of class at 2:55 pm) on Monday, so now I have 46.5 hours to write a semi-coherent reseasrch paper on Lafayette that will net me a B or better. On my mark, get set, go!!

Friday, April 16, 2004

I also would like to add that today I took my last ever quiz in college. I still have 4 final exams to take, and of course my research paper is due Monday, but those are the last 5 assignments/tests I will ever have to take. Whoo! :)

In the interest of distracting myself as little as possible while spending the next 68 (give or take) hours trying to write my research paper on Lafayette, I won't be on AIM very much this weekend. If you need me, hit up the cell.

Thursday, April 15, 2004

I have some ideological issues. Like my refusal to live in an apartment complex called The Palisades in an apartment model called The Elite. Unfortunately, it's manifesting again with regards to the Unearth/Hatebreed show. Turns out that it's actually part of the MTV2 Headbanger's Ball Tour. Don't get me wrong, Headbanger's Ball was the shit back in the day, and at least MTV2 plays music unlike it's big brother "music" television channel. But I have an aversion these days for all things MTV (except Trucks and Horsepower TV, which are sadly owned by MTV Networks (so is VH1 by the way), but shown on SpikeTV). Also, adding to my distaste for the show is it's location. If you thought I hated the Masquerade, imagine how much I hate the Coca-Cola Roxy theatre. It's in the exact middle of yuppie-filled Buckhead and owned by the most ass-backwards company I can imagine (having worked there and been laid off from there, I'm pretty sure I know what I'm talking about). So combine a few big names like MTV2, Coca-Cola Roxy, Clear Channel (yeah, they're the promoter, whoda thunk?), Hatebreed (Ozzfest 2002's Most Hardcore Band! -according to a sticker on their 1997 Satisfaction is the Death of Desire record), Drowning Pool, and Damage Plan (all 3 bands appear on the soundtrack to the new Punisher movie), and it's no wonder that Unearth isn't even billed on the tour at all, despite the fact that they are by far the most musically talented band playing. It's also no wonder that tickets cost an appaling $26.50 + $7.50 "convenience" (ass rape) fee through Ticketmaster, which means that tickets will cost upwards of $30 at the door, and that's not even counting the $10 I'm sure I'll have to shell out to some shady parking lot guy who's just going to break into my car and bleed all over and not steal anything. I don't need the hassle of all that crap. I've seen Unearth and Hatebreed before for way cheaper in way better venues.

Wednesday, April 14, 2004

My dad is back!!! Temporarily I'm afraid, but 3 weeks I'm sure is a welcome vacation for him and I'm happy for my mom to have her husband back. His return means that my impending escape from GT is inching closer and I'm glad he could make it back here to see me graduate :)

Open Invitation:
Anyone who's still in town on May 1 is invited to a post-commencement celebration at my apartment. Food and drinks will be provided. Plan to come over after the ceremony until whenever you feel like leaving.

Great news!! My French Revolution reserach paper has been pushed back to Monday!! This means my death sentence (certain failure) for my Psych class has been commuted to 2.0 years with the possibility of parole (a chance for a passing grade of C or better). And I've recieved a stay of execution for my research paper as well. Having the whole wekeend to work on my paper means I can actually study for my psych test tomorrow and my audio test on Friday without having to worry about pulling together a 10 page paper simultaneously. Admittedly, this new development ruins my weekend, but I'd rather have a ruined weekend than a ruined grade in 2-3 classes. *phew*

Since Michelle seems to be updating again, her diary is back on the Linko!™ bar, on a probationary basis.

Tuesday, April 13, 2004

Well that didn't take long. Bush took exactly 2.5 minutes to say something that pissed me off. I don't want to get any farther into it right now or else I'll never get my reading finished tonight. Stupid Bush.

Who's brilliant idea was it to destroy cars and light things on fire just because the sports team at your school won a big game? I know this is not a new phenomenon. I just wish I understood it. I understand the importance of celebrating, believe me. But how is destroying other people's property celebrating? I hope every single person in those pictures gets expelled and fined for the amount of damage they caused. It's one thing to tear down the goal posts at a football game. That's a time-honored tradition unoffically encouraged by almost every school. But looting, rioting, vandalism, and arson hardly fall into the same category. It's wrong for the same reason that throwing footballs at opposing chearleaders' heads is wrong. Sure, it might seem funny when you're drunk or if you're just an asshole, but how would you feel if you were one carted off to the hospital because a rowdy fan gave you a concussion? Or if you came out of your apartment the next morning to see the upside-down burned out husk of your car? Or got to your store only to find that all your windows were smashed and all your merchandise was gone? Why don't you put yourself in someone else's shoes for a change and think about the consequences before "celebrating" next time. If this is the kind of shit that's going to happen, I'm glad GT didn't win the national championship. I'd like to think that as a student body we're better than that, but I have my doubts sometimes.

It might be time for bed when: Your eyes feel like they're about to spontaneously combust from reading way too much in the last 24 hours (and still much more to come).

The French are nuts. You know how they're always adding extra letters to all their words, but not pronouncing them? Apparently, Marie Jean Paul Joseph Roche Yves Gilbert du Motier is properly pronounced as Marquis de Lafayette.

Monday, April 12, 2004

Holy crap... This is what happens when Flash is used for evil. Who gave this mess the thumbs up?

Upcoming schedule of events:
April 14 - Vented box design due
April 15 - Personality Theory test #3
April 16 - Audio test #4
April 16 - French Revolution reserach paper due
April 21 - Zobel network and crossover design due
April 22 - Hatebreed, Unearth show
April 25 - My 23rd birthday
April 27 - French Revolution final exam
April 28 - Audio final exam
April 28 - Avenged Sevenfold, Beloved show
April 30 - INTA final exam
April 30 - Personality Theory final exam
April 30 - Stretch Arm Strong, Give Up The Ghost, 18V, Bleeding Through show
May 1 - Commencement
May 1 - Graduation party
May 13 - Throwdown, Most Precious Blood show

I neglected to mention yesterday that we went bowling as part of the B-Day party. It's been probably 6 months since I last went bowling, so I was rather out of practice. I bowled a 101 the first game and a 90 the second game. Kind of sad really. Especially since I got beaten by Christine, who bowled a 124 in her second game. Oh well. We played two games of boys vs girls, where the men won both times by a total score of 465 to 419 and then 495 to 440 I think. At least everyone (collectively) improved in the second game. My arm is sore today though since my fingers were too big for most of the balls at the lane, except for the 14 lb bright pink ones. So everyone made fun of me, but I was one of the better bowlers there, so they can all just shut the hell up. I'll bet I could have bowled a lot better with this however.

Sunday, April 11, 2004

After spending my friday night doing school work and most of saturday doing the same thing, we had a "surprise" party for Emily M's B-Day (which was actually last weekend). It was B-themed, so of course we had a nice BBQ and then watched some TV for a while, and everyone wore B-related clothes. It was fun :) Then my Emily and I went to my uncle's church for Easter service. I was quite dissapointed with the sermon, which was depressing and alienating. *shrug* Oh well. We had a nice lunch and just hung out for a while before coming home and taking a nap. Now I'm getting all ramped up for the insane amount of work I have to get through this week. Blech. But at least after friday the worst of the semester will be over.

Friday, April 09, 2004

An interesting theory in honor of Easter: God is Asleep.

So JVC has this bad-ass new speaker system using wood cones instead of the traditional paper or poly setup. In order to make them, birch wood is soaked in sake. Yes, sake. This apparently makes the wood malleable enough to form into a cone without cracking. Solid wood has vast advatages over pulp-based paper and acrylic polypropelene. It's internal damping gives the speaker a much smoother frequency reponse while remaining low in weight. These speakers aren't available yet in the US, but it's just as well because they're quite expensive. Though by all accounts I think worth the cost. Currently they're available overseas as part of an executive shelf system with a CD/DVD player.

Thursday, April 08, 2004

All these old Star Trek movies on TV recently are dangerous to my study habits. Tonight's feature is Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Unfortunately for me, the movie following it is Conan the Destroyer. Am I ever going to bed tonight? Possibly not...

I love this guy. He's like the riddler, but slightly more scary and psychotic. But he's still gots awesome fashion sense and I'd definitely wear his suits anyday.

Wednesday, April 07, 2004

I wonder if I could write a book like this and theoretically make a decent living off it. I'm a decent writer and I'm at least as qualified as Mr. Keslowitz... Perhaps when I can't find a job in the next few months I'll start writing instead.

Tuesday, April 06, 2004

I know they lost, but I'm still so proud of the team. They played so hard all year and made school history just to get into the championship game. UConn simply outplayed us the whole game and Tech couldn't find their rhythm. But they never just laid down and died. Being down by 25 and coming back to within 8 I think at one point is an amazing accomplishment. I'll be going down to the Colliseum tomorrow to welcome back the team. I think since we lost attendance might be a little scarce, so I feel it's important to go and show my support for the team and how proud I am of all the hard work they put in over the last few months. I can't wait for next year!

Monday, April 05, 2004

Good luck to my Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets!!

Good luck Paul, you deserve to win. It's been such a dream season and I can't imagine a better ending than cutting down the nets in San Antonio. The whole team has been so persistent and worked so hard to get here. I'll be proud of them even if they lose, but I'll be cheering my lungs out for a victory.

Thanks to everyone who normally doesn't care about sports or Georgia Tech but is rooting for the Jackets tonight in the NCAA championship game! You guys rock! Especially Jenn out in Cali. Which reminds me, a special shoutout to my cousin Jennifer. She knows why ;)

Also, this stuff rocks:

It's got all sorts of fun ingredients, like aloe vera, tea tree oil, and most importantly, lidocaine. It makes my sunburn feel like there's a constant breeze on it all the time. Great great stuff.

In other Unearth news, this video has been playing on my desktop for the last hour nonstop. Also, the limited-edition vinyl pressings of their now-classic shred-filled The Stings Of Conscience should be available in the next week or so. Rich at Knife or Death Records can hook you up.

Sunday, April 04, 2004

New material from the following bands makes me want to punch the floor, start the lawnmower, tilt at windmills, make pizza, and otherwise "totally dance it up:"
Darkest Hour
18 Visions
Avenged Sevenfold

Unfortunately, Pakistan's Friday Times doesn't allow direct access to any of their articles, even if you have an account. You have to go through their front page to get to anything. Stupid paper... Oh well. I'll mirror it if 250Free ever gets their raid array fixed (that's why some of my other links and/or images here don't work at the moment).

Saturday, April 03, 2004

Oh. My. God. Georgia Tech is playing UConn on Monday night for the NCAA men's basketball championship!!! In case you've forgotten, GT stomped all over UConn in the pre-season NIT (which we eventually won). So I'm stoked. Big time.

Friday, April 02, 2004

My dad was interviewed by a Pakistani newspaper, complete with a photo and everything! I'll get a link up as soon as I find it.

PEI might beat out ADSL, but my cable modem is still faster than these filthy pigeons.

Thursday, April 01, 2004

The great thing about being poor is getting the government to give you your money back when income tax time rolls around, say, to the tune of $850. Of course, it would be better to have had Brian's job at GTRI and not have the government take your money away in the first place...

Apparently, the cast of The Simpsons wants more money. And I can't really blame them. If I had to read some of the absolute drivel they've been forced into this season, I'd want more money too. When did all the good writers leave the show? The best part about the article is how 4 years ago Fox tried to find replacements when the cast when on strike. That would have effectively killed the show, because Dan Castellaneta is Homer Simpson. He even looks a little bit like him if you've ever seen him doing interviews. For the love of Jebus, give the voice-actors their money, they've earned it. Or, since their contracts have already expired, just end the show with the little bit of dignity it has left.

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