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October 30, 2018, 02:52:06 PM

Jesus Christ . I'm here to celebrate bitcoin. the brexit argument was won 2 years ago. my country , my vote. move on millennial

You probably think Jesus was white.  Gen X here if it makes fell better to lable me.  millennials are the ones that get over offended.  

Funny though that you're the one that gets over offended by people that speak a forigen language or might have different coloured skin.

Leave voters fell for the "kick out the immigrants" argument from Nigel farage, the desendent of Huguenot refugee, or Boris Johnson the decendant of Turkish Ottomans.  

While "your" country goes down the shit hole large numbers of people are planning to leave or have already left.  

Your "the brexit argument was won 2 years ago" is also pretty funny, considering how many people googled "what is the EU?" after the vote.  And thats how democracy works, you get a chance to change your mind later if you don't like the shit the politicians are delivering...   and so far 2 years and 4 months later, we have precisely nothing.  not a single agreement.  

My phone battery is at 52% do you reckon it's spoken?  i checked it again it's 42% at the last count.
https://whatukthinks.org/eu/questions/if-there-was-a-referendum-on-britains-membership-of-the-eu-how-would-you-vote-2/

You see, remainers are the current majority, it's just difficult to shove it in peoples faces, seen as the leave voters like to throw the toys out the pram.  What are you scared of? Beetroot? unpronounceable lager? or that they are taking your women and jobs?

It's just sad to see the pound worth 1.12 to the euro, compared to pre vote of 1.30 to 1.44.   It's also sad to see that the 2 world wars fought against nationalism have apparently been forgotten. but It's good to see you celebrating bitcoin though, might be the most stable currency you have for a while, at least when the pound is worth less than the dollar you'll be happy that forgien tourists speaking strange languages, arrive to see Britain on the cheap, a country that was in doing pretty average before joining the EU in 1973.  



 


dont get your knickers in a twist. I don't believe in jesus. my gf is Jamaican. I welcome all to my country. the one issue for most brits is governance from the uk . not taking laws from Europe who we cant vote out of office. also the 3rd world suffers from Europe protectionism(farming subsadies to name but 1)
I have no argument with you . brexit is widely misunderstood outside the uk

What EU laws do you want abolished after brexit happens?
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https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-28/uk-begins-confiscating-wealth-without-criminal-charges

the great nation state unravelling gains pace


The United Kuckdom has been going down the drain for years now... Nothing new. Completely ruined by modern radical leftism. Better not watch tv without a license or buy a butterknife under 18.

I am glad you know the UK so well.  However, you obviously are not quite well-informed enough to know that the Tories (in power since 2010) are hardly what most people would call radical left, unless you think Margaret Thatcher was a socialist.

You should also know the TV license has always been entirely to fund the BBC, through all of its outlets online, on TV and on radio which are free and carry no advertising or sponsorship.  Most people in the UK rather like the BBC.  Even if they do moan about it, they would not see it gone by any stretch of the imagination, nor do they prefer endless ad breaks, as some countries seem to love.

OK, maybe the UK should let kids buy knives and stab each other (which has been an issue) or maybe you think less of them would be stabbed if they were armed? 

The thing is the UK worries about knives as it really doesn't have anything like a fine popular tradition of mass shootings to worry about, is it doing that wrong too?
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October 30, 2018, 03:21:06 PM

UK State goes down the rabbit hole of guilty until proven innocent and asymmetric justice ...

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-28/uk-begins-confiscating-wealth-without-criminal-charges

the great nation state unravelling gains pace


The United Kuckdom has been going down the drain for years now... Nothing new. Completely ruined by modern radical leftism. Better not watch tv without a license or buy a butterknife under 18.

I am glad you know the UK so well.  However, you obviously are not quite well-informed enough to know that the Tories (in power since 2010) are hardly what most people would call radical left, unless you think Margaret Thatcher was a socialist.

You should also know the TV license has always been entirely to fund the BBC, through all of its outlets online, on TV and on radio which are free and carry no advertising or sponsorship.  Most people in the UK rather like the BBC.  Even if they do moan about it, they would not see it gone by any stretch of the imagination, nor do they prefer endless ad breaks, as some countries seem to love.

OK, maybe the UK should let kids buy knives and stab each other (which has been an issue) or maybe you think less of them would be stabbed if they were armed?  

The thing is the UK worries about knives as it really doesn't have anything like a fine popular tradition of mass shootings to worry about, is it doing that wrong too?
Well the UK has what the population of 66 million? That's just the population of California and Texas, we have plenty of States we could combine (that have plenty of guns) that haven't had a mass shooting and have more of a population. We're fucking massive here and we just pay for our advertisementless tv, I sure enjoy The Grand tour over the recent top gear. Honestly each nation has their issues, people like to talk shit on the US but it's because we're massive and information is open here. I'm sure plenty of wild crimes happen in India and China but just aren't wildly reported on.

The UK can do the what the UK wants, just as any country can for all I care just don't push your countries views and don't mock ours.
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UK State goes down the rabbit hole of guilty until proven innocent and asymmetric justice ...

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-28/uk-begins-confiscating-wealth-without-criminal-charges

the great nation state unravelling gains pace


The United Kuckdom has been going down the drain for years now... Nothing new. Completely ruined by modern radical leftism. Better not watch tv without a license or buy a butterknife under 18.

I am glad you know the UK so well.  However, you obviously are not quite well-informed enough to know that the Tories (in power since 2010) are hardly what most people would call radical left, unless you think Margaret Thatcher was a socialist.

You should also know the TV license has always been entirely to fund the BBC, through all of its outlets online, on TV and on radio which are free and carry no advertising or sponsorship.  Most people in the UK rather like the BBC.  Even if they do moan about it, they would not see it gone by any stretch of the imagination, nor do they prefer endless ad breaks, as some countries seem to love.

OK, maybe the UK should let kids buy knives and stab each other (which has been an issue) or maybe you think less of them would be stabbed if they were armed? 

The thing is the UK worries about knives as it really doesn't have anything like a fine popular tradition of mass shootings to worry about, is it doing that wrong too?
I got my first knife when I was like, six. Went out and cut up some innocent plants. Cut my finger, still have a scar. Every kid should do the same and every adult should have the right to be armed if so desired.
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October 30, 2018, 03:25:21 PM

What EU laws do you want abolished after brexit happens?

the (democratically elected and accountable) uk parliament should decide that and if we don't like what they do we can vote them out . that is the point.
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UK State goes down the rabbit hole of guilty until proven innocent and asymmetric justice ...

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-28/uk-begins-confiscating-wealth-without-criminal-charges

the great nation state unravelling gains pace


The United Kuckdom has been going down the drain for years now... Nothing new. Completely ruined by modern radical leftism. Better not watch tv without a license or buy a butterknife under 18.

I am glad you know the UK so well.  However, you obviously are not quite well-informed enough to know that the Tories (in power since 2010) are hardly what most people would call radical left, unless you think Margaret Thatcher was a socialist.

You should also know the TV license has always been entirely to fund the BBC, through all of its outlets online, on TV and on radio which are free and carry no advertising or sponsorship.  Most people in the UK rather like the BBC.  Even if they do moan about it, they would not see it gone by any stretch of the imagination, nor do they prefer endless ad breaks, as some countries seem to love.

OK, maybe the UK should let kids buy knives and stab each other (which has been an issue) or maybe you think less of them would be stabbed if they were armed?  

The thing is the UK worries about knives as it really doesn't have anything like a fine popular tradition of mass shootings to worry about, is it doing that wrong too?
I got my first knife when I was like, six. Went out and cut up some innocent plants. Cut my finger, still have a scar. Every kid should do the same and every adult should have the right to be armed if so desired.
But then people would have to be held accountable for their own actions, that's a mind set that has been crumbling for years. Could you imagine a world where someone is blamed for their choices and not the availability of the tools or weapons used and innocent responsible adults aren't then forced to have to change their lifestyle of hobbies for the individual who is a fuckup?

I doubt the future of people being held responsible for their actions good or bad is the future we will have.
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UK State goes down the rabbit hole of guilty until proven innocent and asymmetric justice ...

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-28/uk-begins-confiscating-wealth-without-criminal-charges

the great nation state unravelling gains pace


The United Kuckdom has been going down the drain for years now... Nothing new. Completely ruined by modern radical leftism. Better not watch tv without a license or buy a butterknife under 18.

I am glad you know the UK so well.  However, you obviously are not quite well-informed enough to know that the Tories (in power since 2010) are hardly what most people would call radical left, unless you think Margaret Thatcher was a socialist.

You should also know the TV license has always been entirely to fund the BBC, through all of its outlets online, on TV and on radio which are free and carry no advertising or sponsorship.  Most people in the UK rather like the BBC.  Even if they do moan about it, they would not see it gone by any stretch of the imagination, nor do they prefer endless ad breaks, as some countries seem to love.

OK, maybe the UK should let kids buy knives and stab each other (which has been an issue) or maybe you think less of them would be stabbed if they were armed?  

The thing is the UK worries about knives as it really doesn't have anything like a fine popular tradition of mass shootings to worry about, is it doing that wrong too?
I got my first knife when I was like, six. Went out and cut up some innocent plants. Cut my finger, still have a scar. Every kid should do the same and every adult should have the right to be armed if so desired.
But then people would have to be held accountable for their own actions, that's a mind set that has been crumbling for years. Could you imagine a world where someone is blamed for their choices and not the availability of the tools or weapons used and innocent responsible adults aren't then forced to have to change their lifestyle of hobbies for the individual who is a fuckup?

I doubt the future of people being held responsible for their actions good or bad is the future we will have.

The world is completely fucked up. Can we at least be rich, please?
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UK State goes down the rabbit hole of guilty until proven innocent and asymmetric justice ...

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-28/uk-begins-confiscating-wealth-without-criminal-charges

the great nation state unravelling gains pace


The United Kuckdom has been going down the drain for years now... Nothing new. Completely ruined by modern radical leftism. Better not watch tv without a license or buy a butterknife under 18.

I am glad you know the UK so well.  However, you obviously are not quite well-informed enough to know that the Tories (in power since 2010) are hardly what most people would call radical left, unless you think Margaret Thatcher was a socialist.

You should also know the TV license has always been entirely to fund the BBC, through all of its outlets online, on TV and on radio which are free and carry no advertising or sponsorship.  Most people in the UK rather like the BBC.  Even if they do moan about it, they would not see it gone by any stretch of the imagination, nor do they prefer endless ad breaks, as some countries seem to love.

OK, maybe the UK should let kids buy knives and stab each other (which has been an issue) or maybe you think less of them would be stabbed if they were armed?  

The thing is the UK worries about knives as it really doesn't have anything like a fine popular tradition of mass shootings to worry about, is it doing that wrong too?
I got my first knife when I was like, six. Went out and cut up some innocent plants. Cut my finger, still have a scar. Every kid should do the same and every adult should have the right to be armed if so desired.
But then people would have to be held accountable for their own actions, that's a mind set that has been crumbling for years. Could you imagine a world where someone is blamed for their choices and not the availability of the tools or weapons used and innocent responsible adults aren't then forced to have to change their lifestyle of hobbies for the individual who is a fuckup?

I doubt the future of people being held responsible for their actions good or bad is the future we will have.

The world is completely fucked up. Can we at least be rich, please?
As long as you're ready for people to continue to say your "lucky" for investing in crypto, as if you didn't put any effort into it and fell into a stack of Bitcoin. I am sure everyone here has experienced that, and it just echoes my point, nobody is held responsible for their actions good or bad.
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UK State goes down the rabbit hole of guilty until proven innocent and asymmetric justice ...

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-28/uk-begins-confiscating-wealth-without-criminal-charges

the great nation state unravelling gains pace


The United Kuckdom has been going down the drain for years now... Nothing new. Completely ruined by modern radical leftism. Better not watch tv without a license or buy a butterknife under 18.

I am glad you know the UK so well.  However, you obviously are not quite well-informed enough to know that the Tories (in power since 2010) are hardly what most people would call radical left, unless you think Margaret Thatcher was a socialist.

You should also know the TV license has always been entirely to fund the BBC, through all of its outlets online, on TV and on radio which are free and carry no advertising or sponsorship.  Most people in the UK rather like the BBC.  Even if they do moan about it, they would not see it gone by any stretch of the imagination, nor do they prefer endless ad breaks, as some countries seem to love.

OK, maybe the UK should let kids buy knives and stab each other (which has been an issue) or maybe you think less of them would be stabbed if they were armed?  

The thing is the UK worries about knives as it really doesn't have anything like a fine popular tradition of mass shootings to worry about, is it doing that wrong too?
I got my first knife when I was like, six. Went out and cut up some innocent plants. Cut my finger, still have a scar. Every kid should do the same and every adult should have the right to be armed if so desired.
But then people would have to be held accountable for their own actions, that's a mind set that has been crumbling for years. Could you imagine a world where someone is blamed for their choices and not the availability of the tools or weapons used and innocent responsible adults aren't then forced to have to change their lifestyle of hobbies for the individual who is a fuckup?

I doubt the future of people being held responsible for their actions good or bad is the future we will have.

The world is completely fucked up. Can we at least be rich, please?
you have BTC and wearing a HAT... you are rich brother Grin
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October 30, 2018, 03:44:57 PM

What EU laws do you want abolished after brexit happens?

the (democratically elected and accountable) uk parliament should decide that and if we don't like what they do we can vote them out . that is the point.


I see you avoided the question.  

So you support the right to a second referendum?
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What EU laws do you want abolished after brexit happens?

the (democratically elected and accountable) uk parliament should decide that and if we don't like what they do we can vote them out . that is the point.


I see you avoided the question.  

So you support the right to a second referendum?
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What EU laws do you want abolished after brexit happens?

the (democratically elected and accountable) uk parliament should decide that and if we don't like what they do we can vote them out . that is the point.


I see you avoided the question.  

So you support the right to a second referendum?
no

But you just said if we don't like democratic decisions we have the right to change our minds and vote the other way.

you seem to only support democracy when it suits you.  
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What EU laws do you want abolished after brexit happens?

the (democratically elected and accountable) uk parliament should decide that and if we don't like what they do we can vote them out . that is the point.


I see you avoided the question.  

So you support the right to a second referendum?
no

But you just said if we don't like democrat desisions why have the right to change our minds and vote the other way.

you seem to only support democracy when it suits you.  
thats right
edit: if a future democratically elected government decides to hold another vote, that's fine
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UK State goes down the rabbit hole of guilty until proven innocent and asymmetric justice ...

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-28/uk-begins-confiscating-wealth-without-criminal-charges

the great nation state unravelling gains pace


The United Kuckdom has been going down the drain for years now... Nothing new. Completely ruined by modern radical leftism. Better not watch tv without a license or buy a butterknife under 18.

I am glad you know the UK so well.  However, you obviously are not quite well-informed enough to know that the Tories (in power since 2010) are hardly what most people would call radical left, unless you think Margaret Thatcher was a socialist.

You should also know the TV license has always been entirely to fund the BBC, through all of its outlets online, on TV and on radio which are free and carry no advertising or sponsorship.  Most people in the UK rather like the BBC.  Even if they do moan about it, they would not see it gone by any stretch of the imagination, nor do they prefer endless ad breaks, as some countries seem to love.

OK, maybe the UK should let kids buy knives and stab each other (which has been an issue) or maybe you think less of them would be stabbed if they were armed?  

The thing is the UK worries about knives as it really doesn't have anything like a fine popular tradition of mass shootings to worry about, is it doing that wrong too?
I got my first knife when I was like, six. Went out and cut up some innocent plants. Cut my finger, still have a scar. Every kid should do the same and every adult should have the right to be armed if so desired.
But then people would have to be held accountable for their own actions, that's a mind set that has been crumbling for years. Could you imagine a world where someone is blamed for their choices and not the availability of the tools or weapons used and innocent responsible adults aren't then forced to have to change their lifestyle of hobbies for the individual who is a fuckup?

I doubt the future of people being held responsible for their actions good or bad is the future we will have.

The world is completely fucked up. Can we at least be rich, please?
As long as you're ready for people to continue to say your "lucky" for investing in crypto, as if you didn't put any effort into it and fell into a stack of Bitcoin. I am sure everyone here has experienced that, and it just echoes my point, nobody is held responsible for their actions good or bad.

I am completely ready for that. Been hearing something similar all over my life for every success... nothing when failure. I, mostly, don't fucking care. I will care even less when enough "fuck you money" is achieved. It's only results that count.

Again, can we now be on our way to richness, please?

Blah, we are all going to die anyway.
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October 30, 2018, 04:09:14 PM

UK State goes down the rabbit hole of guilty until proven innocent and asymmetric justice ...

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-28/uk-begins-confiscating-wealth-without-criminal-charges

the great nation state unravelling gains pace


The United Kuckdom has been going down the drain for years now... Nothing new. Completely ruined by modern radical leftism. Better not watch tv without a license or buy a butterknife under 18.

I am glad you know the UK so well.  However, you obviously are not quite well-informed enough to know that the Tories (in power since 2010) are hardly what most people would call radical left, unless you think Margaret Thatcher was a socialist.

You should also know the TV license has always been entirely to fund the BBC, through all of its outlets online, on TV and on radio which are free and carry no advertising or sponsorship.  Most people in the UK rather like the BBC.  Even if they do moan about it, they would not see it gone by any stretch of the imagination, nor do they prefer endless ad breaks, as some countries seem to love.

OK, maybe the UK should let kids buy knives and stab each other (which has been an issue) or maybe you think less of them would be stabbed if they were armed?  

The thing is the UK worries about knives as it really doesn't have anything like a fine popular tradition of mass shootings to worry about, is it doing that wrong too?
I got my first knife when I was like, six. Went out and cut up some innocent plants. Cut my finger, still have a scar. Every kid should do the same and every adult should have the right to be armed if so desired.
But then people would have to be held accountable for their own actions, that's a mind set that has been crumbling for years. Could you imagine a world where someone is blamed for their choices and not the availability of the tools or weapons used and innocent responsible adults aren't then forced to have to change their lifestyle of hobbies for the individual who is a fuckup?

I doubt the future of people being held responsible for their actions good or bad is the future we will have.

The world is completely fucked up. Can we at least be rich, please?
you have BTC and wearing a HAT... you are rich brother Grin

Not rich enough... I am wearing a nice hat though Smiley
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October 30, 2018, 04:09:41 PM

What EU laws do you want abolished after brexit happens?

the (democratically elected and accountable) uk parliament should decide that and if we don't like what they do we can vote them out . that is the point.


I see you avoided the question.  

So you support the right to a second referendum?
no

But you just said if we don't like democratic decisions we have the right to change our minds and vote the other way.

you seem to only support democracy when it suits you.  
thats right
edit: if a future democratically elected government decides to hold another vote, that's fine

So let me just recap...


You didn't vote leave for xenophobic reasons, because you have a jamican girlfrend.  I assume she lives in "your" counrty!


You want to leave the EU to be able to make our own laws in the UK, but you don't know what laws they are.  You want the democratic majority to be able to decide as long as the questions asked to the democracy are questions you approve of?

EDIT:  So no current govenment can make any new laws even if the majority want it?
But i assume you do realise we have a diffent govenment from when the referendum was called, right?


 bear in mind, the majortiy of democratically elected MPs are remainers.
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October 30, 2018, 04:17:57 PM

What EU laws do you want abolished after brexit happens?

the (democratically elected and accountable) uk parliament should decide that and if we don't like what they do we can vote them out . that is the point.


I see you avoided the question.  

So you support the right to a second referendum?
no

But you just said if we don't like democratic decisions we have the right to change our minds and vote the other way.

you seem to only support democracy when it suits you.  
thats right
edit: if a future democratically elected government decides to hold another vote, that's fine

So let me just recap...


You didn't vote leave for xenophobic reasons, because you have a jamican girlfrend.  I assume she lives in "your" counrty!


You want to leave the EU to be able to make our own laws in the UK, but you don't know what laws they are.  You want the democratic majority to be able to decide as long as the questions asked to the democracy are questions you approve of?

EDIT:  So no current govenment can make any new laws even if the majority want it?
But i assume you do realise we have a diffent govenment from when the referendum was called, right?


  

sorry you obviously KNOW more about my country than me
If you want a brexit debate ask jjg and I'm sure he will shower you with the wall of text that you desire.
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What EU laws do you want abolished after brexit happens?

the (democratically elected and accountable) uk parliament should decide that and if we don't like what they do we can vote them out . that is the point.


I see you avoided the question.  

So you support the right to a second referendum?
no

But you just said if we don't like democratic decisions we have the right to change our minds and vote the other way.

you seem to only support democracy when it suits you.  
thats right
edit: if a future democratically elected government decides to hold another vote, that's fine

So let me just recap...


You didn't vote leave for xenophobic reasons, because you have a jamican girlfrend.  I assume she lives in "your" counrty!


You want to leave the EU to be able to make our own laws in the UK, but you don't know what laws they are.  You want the democratic majority to be able to decide as long as the questions asked to the democracy are questions you approve of?

EDIT:  So no current govenment can make any new laws even if the majority want it?
But i assume you do realise we have a diffent govenment from when the referendum was called, right?


 bear in mind, the majortiy of democratically elected MPs are remainers.

Hold up I'm an American but I figured Jamaicans probably had easy access to immigration to the UK due to them being in the empire in the 60s depending on your age she might have been born under UK rule. So that really has nothing to do with the conversation on either side right?
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What EU laws do you want abolished after brexit happens?

the (democratically elected and accountable) uk parliament should decide that and if we don't like what they do we can vote them out . that is the point.


I see you avoided the question.  

So you support the right to a second referendum?
no

But you just said if we don't like democratic decisions we have the right to change our minds and vote the other way.

you seem to only support democracy when it suits you.  
thats right
edit: if a future democratically elected government decides to hold another vote, that's fine

So let me just recap...


You didn't vote leave for xenophobic reasons, because you have a jamican girlfrend.  I assume she lives in "your" counrty!


You want to leave the EU to be able to make our own laws in the UK, but you don't know what laws they are.  You want the democratic majority to be able to decide as long as the questions asked to the democracy are questions you approve of?

EDIT:  So no current govenment can make any new laws even if the majority want it?
But i assume you do realise we have a diffent govenment from when the referendum was called, right?


 bear in mind, the majortiy of democratically elected MPs are remainers.

Hold up I'm an American but I figured Jamaicans probably had easy access to immigration to the UK due to them being in the empire in the 60s depending on your age she might have been born under UK rule. So that really has nothing to do with the conversation on either side right?

the old empire immigration rules changed a long time ago.  currently only EU citizens (which is due to change)  and people from outside the EU can come if they are married to a UK citizen who earns over  £18,600 per year.

Students can come on student visas and highlty skilled can come from outside the EU if they prove the position can not be filled by someone from the UK.
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