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Not much is known about Jim, except the usual liberal disdain for the
US military and military members.


"usual liberal disdain"?


Let's see....some well known "liberals"....


There's president Jimmy Carter, who graduated from the US Naval Academy
and served in the Navy on submarines. He also won the Nobel Peace
Prize, for being instrumental in the only long-term peace agreement in
the modern Middle East (the Camp David accords).


I recall no Middle East Peace in modern times.


Peace *agreement*. Since those accords were signed more than 25 years
ago, former enemies Israel and Egypt have had peace between them.


Oh, WOW! One country in how many doesn't *actively* try to wipe Israel
off the map.

You sure got me there!!!

Or president John F. Kennedy, who served in the Navy in WW2. He was
awarded the Navy and Marine Corps medal for his leadership on the last
patrol of PT 109.


Indeed he was.

George McGovern was in the USAAF (15th Air Force) in WW2, flying 35
missions in B-24 bombers over North Africa and Italy. He was awarded
the Distinguished Flying Cross.


A little before my time.


McGovern ran for President in 1972, but lost to Richard Nixon. Nixon
later resigned because of the Watergate scandal, in which people
operating for the Committee to REElect the President (known by the
acronym CREEP) burglarized the DNC Hq to get information about the
campaign.

McGovern's platform included a strong anti-Vietnam-war plank.


You don't say. I'll bet that he was your choice for President.

Vice president Al Gore enlisted in the Army and served in Vietnam
during that conflict, refusing a place in the Tennessee National Guard.


Odd. Do most people get to "refuse a place" in their state's National
Guard?

I don't recall having that "opportunity." Ditto my brother.


The Current Occupant had that opportunity - and took it. Most of the
time he even showed up.


I STILL DON'T BELIEVE YOU.

You don't get drafted into the Guard, then "refuse" and go active-duty
instead. It just doesn't work that way, now or then.

You can join the Guard, the Reserves, or Active Service. Or in 1972,
you could get drafted into the Active Service ONLY.

John Kerry served in the US Navy, volunteering for Vietnam duty. He was
awarded three Purple Heart medals, a Silver Star and a Bronze Star.
After his discharge from the military, he opposed the Vietnam War,
having actually been there.


Now there's a perfect example of disdain for his fellow military
members.


How do Kerry's actions show disdain for his fellow military personnel?

He went to Vietnam, and fought in that war. He formed the conviction
that the war was simply wrong, and that the USA should not be fighting
it. When he returned to civilian life, he opposed that war -
specifically, the policies of the politicians who gave the orders.


He testified that those he served with were murderers.

How was that "disdain for his fellow military members"? Should he have
not said or done anything, even though he had formed the first-hand
conviction that the war was wrong?


He had service commitment while he was testifying. Looked like he was
running for office

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt never served in any military,


Correct. He had polio and was unfit for military service.


though he was appointed Assistant Secretary of the Navy.


Our military is civilian led. Sometimes led well, sometimes not.


See above about John Kerry and Vietnam.


It was not Kerry's remarks about how well the war was being run, it was
his remarks about the people he served with that shows disdain for the
military and military members.

He led the USA
out of the Depression and through almost all of WW2.


He had a priori knowledge of Pearl Harbor and did nothing.


Conspiracy theory nonsense. Where's the proof?


PBS. Ever heard of them?

That just
might be considered disdain for the military and military members.


The Japanese were able to pull off the Pearl Harbor attack because:

1) The US thought it was impossible for a sizable task force to form up
and cross the Pacific without being detected.

2) Radar would spot any incoming attack. And it did - but those in
charge ignored the warning from the radar station.

3) It was believed that the water of Pearl Harbor was too shallow for
airplane-dropped torpedoes to be used. The Japanese developed torpedoes
and attack methods that would work in the relatvely-shallow water. They
also used dive bombing.


They also used 72 virgins?

His "New Deal" was
considered rather liberal in its time....


Extremely liberal.


Yet now most of it is considered a basic social safety net.


Only for those born prior to the boom years.

Yet now almost everyone wonders if it will serve them when they retire.
Bush is the only President that looked at that problem and proposed a
solution. One day you will be eating cat food.

It was his handling of the Bonus Marchers, veterans
of WW 1, that needed their promised pensions that might also be
considered disdain for the military and military members.


How?

The "Bonus Marchers" had been promised military pensions that would be
paid in *1945*, but they wanted the pensions 13 years early. (Can I
have my retirement benefits 13 years early, please?)


It was a lump sum payout, not a "retirement check" for an additional
13 years. Many of these people lost their homes. Too bad, huh?

Let's see what Wikipedia has to say, in

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bonus_march

"The Bonus Army or Bonus March or Bonus Expeditionary Force was an
assemblage of about 20,000 World War I veterans, their families, and
other affiliated groups, who demonstrated in Washington, D.C. during
the spring and summer of 1932 seeking immediate payment of a "bonus"
granted by the Adjusted Service Certificate Law of 1924 for payment in
1945."

"The Bonus Army massed at the United States Capitol on June 17 as the
U.S. Senate voted on the Patman Bonus Bill, which would have moved
forward the date when World War I veterans received a cash bonus. Most
of the Bonus Army camped in a Hooverville on the Anacostia Flats, then
a swampy, muddy area across the Anacostia River from the federal core
of Washington. The protesters had hoped that they could convince
Congress to make payments that had been granted to veterans
immediately, which would have provided relief for the marchers who were
unemployed due to the Great Depression. The bill had passed the House
of Representatives on June 15 but was blocked in the Senate."

Herbert Hoover was president in June 1932. FDR wasn't even elected
until November 1932, and did not take office until 1933.

"After the defeat of the bill, Congress appropriated funds to pay for
the marchers' return home, which some marchers accepted. On July 28,
Washington police attempted to remove some remaining Bonus Army
protesters from a federal construction site. After police fatally shot
two veterans, the protesters assaulted the police with blunt weapons,
wounding several of them. After the police retreated, the District of
Columbia commissioners informed President Herbert Hoover that they
could no longer maintain the peace, whereupon Hoover ordered federal
troops to remove the marchers from the general area."

"The marchers were cleared and their camps were destroyed by the 12th
Infantry Regiment from Fort Howard, Maryland, and the 3rd Cavalry
Regiment under the command of MAJ. George S. Patton from Fort Myer,
Virginia, under the overall command of General Douglas MacArthur. The
Posse Comitatus Act, prohibiting the U.S. military from being used for
general law enforcement purposes in most instances, did not apply to
Washington, D.C. because it is one of several pieces of federal
property under the direct governance of the U.S. Congress (United
States Constitution, Article I. Section 8). Dwight D. Eisenhower, as a
member of MacArthur's staff, had strong reservations about the
operation. Troops carried rifles with unsheathed bayonets and tear gas
were sent into the Bonus Army's camps. President Hoover did not want
the army to march across the Anacostia River into the protesters'
largest encampment, but Douglas MacArthur felt this was a communist
attempt to overthrow the government."

" Hundreds of veterans were injured, several were killed, including
William Hushka and Eric Carlson, a wife of a veteran miscarried, and
other casualties were inflicted. The visual image of US armed soldiers
confronting poor veterans of the recent great war set the stage for
Veteran relief and eventually the Veterans Administration."

Neither of which existed at the time - but not due to alleged "liberal
disdain for the military".

"By the end of the rout:
Two veterans had been shot and killed.
An 11 week old baby was in critical condition resulting from shock from
gas exposure.
Two infants had died from gas asphyxiation.
An 11 year old boy was partially blinded by tear gas.
One bystander was shot in the shoulder.
One veteran's ear was severed by a Cavalry saber.
One veteran was stabbed in the hip with a bayonet.
At least twelve police were injured by the veterans.
Over 1,000 men, women, and children were exposed to the tear gas,
including police, reporters, residents of Washington D.C., and
ambulance drivers."

"The army burned down the Bonus Army's tents and shacks, although some
reports claim that to spite the government, which had provided much of
the shelter in the camp, some veterans torched their own camp dwellings
before the troops could set upon the camp. Reports of U.S. soldiers
marching against their peers did not help Hoover's re-election efforts;
neither did his open opposition to the Bonus Bill due to financial
concerns."

Were Hoover's actions towards the Bonus Marchers a sign of respect?

Herbert Hoover was president in the summer of 1932. Hoover opposed
giving the veterans their bonus 13 years early.

FDR wasn't even elected until November 1932, and did not take office
until 1933.

"After the inauguration of Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933, some of the
Bonus Army
regrouped in Washington to restate its claims to the new President."

"Roosevelt did not want to pay the bonus early, either, but handled the
veterans with more skill when they marched on Washington again the next
year. He sent his wife Eleanor to chat with the vets and pour coffee
for them, and he persuaded many of them to sign up for jobs making a
roadway to the Florida Keys, which was to become the Overseas Highway,
the southernmost portion of U.S. Route 1."

Instead of sending in the police, tear gas, and federal troops, like
conservative Herbert Hoover, FDR sent Eleanor with coffee, and helped
the vets find jobs.

Is that an example of "disdain"?

"A disastrous hurricane swept many of them and their flimsy barracks
away in 1935."

Did FDR have 2 year advance notice of the hurricane, too?

"After seeing more newsreels of veterans giving their lives for a
government that had taken them for granted, public sentiment built up
so much that Congress could no longer afford to ignore it in an
election year (1936). Roosevelt's veto was overridden, making the bonus
a reality."

Is that 1936 veto the disdain you meant? How does that compare to the
non-liberal method of sending in troops with guns, bayonets and
fire.....

"It can be argued, however, that the Bonus Army's greatest
accomplishment was actually the piece of legislation known as the G. I.
Bill of Rights. Passed in 1944, it immensely helped veterans from the
Second World War to secure needed assistance from the federal
government to help them fit back into civilian life, something the
World War I veterans of the Bonus Army had received very little of."

FDR *was* president in 1944.


Fair enough. But it still doesn't excuse your liberal disdain for the
military.

"usual liberal disdain"?


Yup.


Lessee....John Kerry acts on his convictions wrt Vietnam, and that's
somehow disdain.


Yes. Look at the content of his testimony.

FDR sends in his wife rather than troops to deal with protesters, and
that's disdain. He helps them get scarce CCC jobs, and that's disdain,
too. But when Hoover had them attacked by police and federal troops,
that *wasn't* disdain.


Fair enough. But there's still Pearl Harbor.

Is it disdain to send US military personnel to fight in a country
because of weapons-of-mass-destruction that do not exist in that
country?


Saddam had years to move his WMDs as he kept rejecting and ejecting the
inspectors while Clinton looked the other way.

He spent a decade sending up SAMs at US aircraft enforcing the no-fly
zone. He plotted an assassination of a US President. Then there were
the atrocities against his own people, and the abuses of the oil for
food and medicine program.

That alone should have prompted Clinton to act, but he didn't.


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Not much is known about Jim, except the usual liberal disdain for the
US military and military members.


"usual liberal disdain"?
Let's see....some well known "liberals"....


NONE of whom were granted amateur radio licenses...


There's president Jimmy Carter, who graduated from the US Naval Academy
and served in the Navy on submarines.


James Earl Carter SERVED the USN, Jimmy. He *IS* a veteran.
Of all living presidents he served the military the longest.

Jimmy has never served the US military. Brian has, I have,
but Jimmy has NOT.

Here's some Presidents who ARE/WERE military veterans
since I've been alive: Harry Truman (WW1), Dwight
Eisenhower, John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon,
Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, George H.W. Bush (the elder).

Bill Clinton is NOT. Shrub was in the National Guard
but wanted to be a "war leader."

None of them have been granted amateur radio licenses.


I recall no Middle East Peace in modern times.


Peace *agreement*. Since those accords were signed more than 25 years
ago, former enemies Israel and Egypt have had peace between them.


A plain and simple fact: The "Middle East" is NOT
confined to Israel and Egypt.

Another plain and simple fact: There has NOT been
"peace" in the MIDDLE EAST since 1948.


George McGovern was in the USAAF (15th Air Force) in WW2, flying 35


Geogre McGovern didn't have an amateur radio license.


Vice president Al Gore enlisted in the Army and served in Vietnam


Albert Gore didn't have an amateur radio license.


Shows on PBS about Al Gore's anthropogenic global warming must be
believed.

John Kerry served in the US Navy, volunteering for Vietnam duty. He was


John Kerry didn't have an amateur radio license.

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt never served in any military,


FDR didn't have an amateur radio license.

Jimmy has an amateur radio license. Jimmy never served.
Jimmy never volunteered. Jimmy will never serve.


Other ways, other ways...

He had a priori knowledge of Pearl Harbor and did nothing.


Conspiracy theory nonsense. Where's the proof?


The "proof" is in hundreds of pages of testimony before a
congressional committee following the end of WW2. The
USA *did* have prior knowledge that an attack by Japan
was imminent...Army-Navy cryptanalysts *did* decode the
infamous telegram the Japanese diplomats were to deliver
to the USA *before* the Japanese Embassy code clerks
could decode and type up their copy.

The English translation of that multi-part telegram can
be found in several textbooks available in public
libraries. The US Government Printing Office printed
up the entire testimony of the Congressional Committee.
NO "conspiracy theory nonsense" in that.


Shows on PBS about FDR's apriori knowledge of Pearl Harbor are not to
be believed.

The "Bonus Marchers" had been promised military pensions that would be
paid in *1945*, but they wanted the pensions 13 years early. (Can I
have my retirement benefits 13 years early, please?)


Jimmy will never march as a VETERAN. Jimmy only marches
to the beat of morse code. Jimmy never served. Jimmy
never volunteered to serve. Jimmy will never serve.

Jimmy serves his country by having an amateur radio license.


Resents not earning a "subsidy" from his service.

Herbert Hoover was president in the summer of 1932. Hoover opposed
giving the veterans their bonus 13 years early.


Didn't Herbert Hoover have an amateur radio license?

Hoover's birthplace is now a national park. My wife and
I have been there. It is preserved intact in before-the-
1900-year state. Quaint. A better quaintness than manual
telegraphy mode, though...no telegraphy station is visible
at that park.

FDR wasn't even elected until November 1932, and did not take office
until 1933.


FDR initiated the FCC with the Communications Act of 1934.
A copy of the letter to Congress can be found at the FCC
website. 1932 is SEVENTY-FOUR YEARS AGO, Jimmy.

Is that 1936 veto the disdain you meant? How does that compare to the
non-liberal method of sending in troops with guns, bayonets and
fire.....


Jimmy doesn't know guns or bayonets. Jimmy never served
at any time. Jimmy has never volunteered to serve. Jimmy
will never serve.

Jimmy thinks all can be solved by some coffee and chatting?


Chatting with the wives...

Sounds like Robesin.

Gosh, and a licensed radio amateur did the thing with the
"guns and bayonets?" How awful..."threats!"

FDR *was* president in 1944.


1944 is SIXTY-TWO YEARS AGO, Jimmy.

US Amateur radio operations were forbidden in 1944.


That's RIGHT! But ham radio made huge contributions during WWII.

Is it disdain to send US military personnel to fight in a country
because of weapons-of-mass-destruction that do not exist in that
country?


Would Jimmy prefer Shrub sending in Laura with coffee
and friendly chatting with Saddam Hussein? Would Saddam
get a "bonus?"


Queesay and Oooday may have hosted her...

Why Jimmy get all hot and bothered about CURRENT EVENTS?


He's probably got 3,000 little white crosses in his front yard, and a
4x8 sheet of plywood that says, "Question Authority."

Jimmy has never served in the military. Jimmy has never
volunteered for any military service. Jimmy is not a
military veteran. Jimmy will never be a military veteran.

Jimmy serves his country by being an amateur extra morseman,
fighting terrorists with his code key. Jimmy doesn't like
no-code-test advocate veterans accusing him of disdain for
the military. Jimmy is superior because of his hobby
"service."

Jimmy angry over not receiving "subsidy" for his "service?"


Beep, beep,



I don't know what his deal is.

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Not much is known about Jim, except the usual liberal disdain for the
US military and military members.

"usual liberal disdain"?



It's not about me.


Of COURSE it is about you! :-) You MUST feature yourself!

What I *have* written is that the Amateur Radio Service performs
service to the country.


So does Citizens Band Radio Service.

So does Private Land Mobile Radio Service.

So does Radio Control Radio Service.

So do all the other Radio Services.

All SERVICES, Jimmy.

What I *have* asked is whether the only way someone can serve their
country is by uniformed military service, or if someone can serve in
other ways.


That's to get out of answering direct charges of your failure
to do a REAL service to your country.

You have never served the military. You have never volunteered
for the military. You have never served your government(s).
All you seem to blabber about in here is OTHERS. If it is a
no-code-test advocate who served you try to denigrate them.
QED..."it is as demonstrated."

Those are valid questions. Try answering them, rather than making up
quotes.


Answer WHAT? I served (ASN RA 16 408 336) 1952-1960. Brian
served in the USAF at a later time and for longer. YOU could
have served in one of your governments yet you did not. You've
never been a policeman or a forest ranger or even dog catcher.
Yet you try to DEMEAN any no-code-test advocates' military
service just because you favor morse code testing in the
AMATEUR radio service. QED...like deja vu.

So
do some others who can't think for themselves but require
the League to tell them what to think.


Which "League". Len? The League of Women Voters? The Union League?


The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen also known as the ARRL.

Contact them, maybe you can get SUBSIDIZED for your "service."

ByteBrothers' famous phrase invoked.


Beep, beep,



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From: Dave Heil on Sun, Sep 24 2006 3:03 pm


You don't have an amateur radio license.


Yes, yes, you keep on saying that... :-)

I have taken no action in attempting to prevent you from posting here.


True, but you've never been "nice," have you?

Better you suck up to Paul Schleck every chance you
got so that you can try and prohibit me from posting
in the moderated future. :-)

I have taken no action to preclude your comments to the FCC.


Just HOW could you stop me? :-)


I am not bound to accept your often outrageous statements without
responding.


"Acceptance" not required, is it? :-)

Ridiculing you or laughing at you is not forbidden. Deal with it.


Tsk, tsk, tsk...that works both ways! "Deal with THAT!" :-)


NB: NO ONE can tell Heil what to do.


You certainly may not tell me what to do.


I wrote that. Why are you getting repetitious?

You have no power over me at all. Deal with it.


Now, now, settle down. Here, have a cashew. They are imported,
you know, from that wonderful African country Guinea-Bisseau.
Maybe it will help you synchronize your Teletypes... :-)


He tells all others what to do. :-)


That, like the balance of your statement above, is an untruth.


Tsk, tsk, tsk, you've just finished telling others what
to do. :-)


This is all so hilarious! :-)


It certainly is, especially when you think that others are laughing
*with* you.


They ARE! :-)



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Nobody's interested in radiotelegraphy.


Actually, the olde-tymers seem to love it...especially those
who gave up learning the technical side of amateur radio
some 30 to 40 years back. Radiotelegraphy reminds them of
their youth and youthful dreams of being "top-notch radio ops"
of the 1930s in the 1960s.


The new-timers aren't interested, except the new ones who say they are
just to keep the peace with the oldsters who will give you hell for not
being interested in the Morse Code.


Yes, and we all know who THEY are... :-)


I think I once paralleled St Thomas Aquinas' 4 paths to believing in
God with why you should believe in Morse Code.


Sounds vaguely familiar. You might post it again.

Then again, that might be dangerous and the morseketeers
would want you to burn at the stake.


Not even Val Germann who
talked a good talk. He sure fooled a lot of people who desperately
wanted to believe that a newbie was interested in learning the code.
Hi, hi!


Heh heh heh. Of course. He got all the regular morseketeers
in here almost to a morsegasm. :-)


They bought his speil hook, line, and sinker.


Especially Dick Carroll, W0EX, SK.


It's still a puzzle why an ex-USN type would be at any Army
recruiting office as a civilian...as Robesin once stated. But
that can be relegated to just-another-delusional-dream of the
Imposter.


Robesin is a habitual liar. If he were ever to tell a truth, no one
would beleive it.


Most true! But, the imposter is going to continue with his
lying until this newsgroup becomes moderated.


He will continue even after moderation.


He's in love with himself. He is nuts.


But, from Paul
Schleck's information bulletin, WE can't call him a liar any
more!


"Liar" wasn't even in my vocabulary until Robesin started his
thread-jacking, calling me and nearly everyone else a liar, a homo, a
pedo, a....


True, but Paul probably didn't see it...therefore it doesn't
exist in his refined world. :-(


Robesin is what he is. Not being able to verbalize that won't change a
thing. He'll still be a dispicable piece of excrement, and others will
see him for what he is.


Some anony-mousies in here have professed to "like" him.
Of course, some of those anony-mousies are probably one
of his alternate personalities... The USMC Imposter is
sick.



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He's probably got 3,000 little white crosses in his front yard, and a
4x8 sheet of plywood that says, "Question Authority."


I disagree on the plywood. My take is he wants to BE
Authority...


Jimmy has never served in the military. Jimmy has never
volunteered for any military service. Jimmy is not a
military veteran. Jimmy will never be a military veteran.


Jimmy serves his country by being an amateur extra morseman,
fighting terrorists with his code key. Jimmy doesn't like
no-code-test advocate veterans accusing him of disdain for
the military. Jimmy is superior because of his hobby
"service."


Jimmy angry over not receiving "subsidy" for his "service?"


I don't know what his deal is.


I suspect He wants to be The Guru of Everything.

Whatever...any disagreement with him and one is called "wrong."



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From: on Sat, Sep 23 2006 1:29 pm
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KHB wrote:
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Nobody's interested in radiotelegraphy.


Actually, the olde-tymers seem to love it...especially those
who gave up learning the technical side of amateur radio
some 30 to 40 years back. Radiotelegraphy reminds them of
their youth and youthful dreams of being "top-notch radio ops"
of the 1930s in the 1960s.


The new-timers aren't interested, except the new ones who say they are
just to keep the peace with the oldsters who will give you hell for not
being interested in the Morse Code.


Yes, and we all know who THEY are... :-)

I think I once paralleled St Thomas Aquinas' 4 paths to believing in
God with why you should believe in Morse Code.


Sounds vaguely familiar. You might post it again.

Then again, that might be dangerous and the morseketeers
would want you to burn at the stake.


St Thomas was overrated.

Not even Val Germann who
talked a good talk. He sure fooled a lot of people who desperately
wanted to believe that a newbie was interested in learning the code.
Hi, hi!


Heh heh heh. Of course. He got all the regular morseketeers
in here almost to a morsegasm. :-)


They bought his speil hook, line, and sinker.


Especially Dick Carroll, W0EX, SK.


Sad. I'm sure he would have liked to live long enough to see that tree
bear fruit.

It's still a puzzle why an ex-USN type would be at any Army
recruiting office as a civilian...as Robesin once stated. But
that can be relegated to just-another-delusional-dream of the
Imposter.


Robesin is a habitual liar. If he were ever to tell a truth, no one
would beleive it.


Most true! But, the imposter is going to continue with his
lying until this newsgroup becomes moderated.


He will continue even after moderation.


He's in love with himself. He is nuts.


Don't know. I think he wants civil discussion, but all he'll get is
Robesin saying, "What it is like to eat my excrement out of some guys
lap."

But, from Paul
Schleck's information bulletin, WE can't call him a liar any
more!


"Liar" wasn't even in my vocabulary until Robesin started his
thread-jacking, calling me and nearly everyone else a liar, a homo, a
pedo, a....


True, but Paul probably didn't see it...therefore it doesn't
exist in his refined world. :-(


Archives...

Can he moderate the archives???

Robesin is what he is. Not being able to verbalize that won't change a
thing. He'll still be a dispicable piece of excrement, and others will
see him for what he is.


Some anony-mousies in here have professed to "like" him.


Maybe it's just his excrement they like?

Of course, some of those anony-mousies are probably one
of his alternate personalities... The USMC Imposter is
sick.





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