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(WWSB ABC 7)   Medical marijuana advocate, who has been battling ALS for 27 years, grows a handful of marijuana plants for self-medication. Sheriff clearly has a problem with that   (mysuncoast.com) divider line 110
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2013-02-27 07:27:34 AM
This is why the "medical marijuana" movement is full of shiat. If you want full legalization, then push for it. Don't try to wrap your recreational usage up in the robes of medicine. It makes you look like the liars and hypocrites you are.
 
2013-02-27 07:30:54 AM
it will take Sheriff Law finding out a close loved one benefits from using mother nature before he'll be able to wake up and smell the Chase & Sanborn. Such is life.
 
2013-02-27 07:30:56 AM
Well, if you go with the intentions of being a martyr for your cause, don't expect not to be one when the number comes up.

/should be legalized anyway, regardless of the reasons.
//Still....
 
2013-02-27 07:37:24 AM
You mean illegal still means illegal?
 
2013-02-27 07:41:13 AM
Wait, you mean the government has problems with illegal activity? There should be an article on this.
 
2013-02-27 07:44:23 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: This is why the "medical marijuana" movement is full of shiat. If you want full legalization, then push for it. Don't try to wrap your recreational usage up in the robes of medicine. It makes you look like the liars and hypocrites you are.


0/potato
 
2013-02-27 07:45:31 AM
Even if the substance were legal in his state, in all probability making/growing his own would not be.  Even growing your own tobacco when you're not registered as a farmer is very legally dodgy at best and you sure as fark can't make your own prescription amphetamines, opiates, etc.

Since it's not legal in his state, he's stupid twice instead of once, and kind of earned that possession charge.  I guess unless he intended to get arrested, in which case I guess civil disobedience, which is nice-- but it sounds like he wasn't the guy that reported it, so just good old trying to get away with something you know is a crime.  Not a lotta sympathy here.
 
2013-02-27 07:46:02 AM
The easiest part is that with the man having ALS, the expense of detaining him is fairly low.

/health care costs will explode, though
 
2013-02-27 07:46:12 AM
You have to be a special kind of dickhole to complain about some little old lady smoking pot to help with her ALS. If you disagree, you are part of the problem.

/does not smoke
 
2013-02-27 07:47:03 AM
While I'm absolutely sure that nobody in the entire sheriff's office is smoking marijuana, they should consider it.

Because, like, chill out.

Seriously though, why is this stuff still illegal in the first place? It's becoming archaic. Our society is no longer ignorant and intimidated by marijuana, we should finally come around and make this legal. I mean, two states already grew up and made it legal, why doesn't the rest of the municipalities in the nation get on board.
 
2013-02-27 07:47:09 AM
These folks have a Florida Can sign on the front porch.  The sign has a leaf on it so there's no question what it stands for.

Nice people.
 
2013-02-27 07:48:50 AM

Hoblit: While I'm absolutely sure that nobody in the entire sheriff's office is smoking marijuana, they should consider it.

Because, like, chill out.

Seriously though, why is this stuff still illegal in the first place? It's becoming archaic. Our society is no longer ignorant and intimidated by marijuana, we should finally come around and make this legal. I mean, two states already grew up and made it legal, why doesn't the rest of the municipalities in the nation get on board.


one day it will be recognized as one of the worst times in our history... just like prohibition is.
 
2013-02-27 07:48:50 AM

Hoblit: Seriously though, why is this stuff still illegal in the first place? It's becoming archaic. Our society is no longer ignorant and intimidated by marijuana, we should finally come around and make this legal. I mean, two states already grew up and made it legal, why doesn't the rest of the municipalities in the nation get on board.


Because Black people and chinamen.
 
2013-02-27 07:49:43 AM
Jim_Callahan - Since it's not legal in his state, he's stupid twice instead of once

WELL, I would like to think that if it were legal here in Florida, he wouldn't have to be growing it in his back yard instead of trying to find some shady dealer somewhere. If it were legal, he might have better options to obtain it instead of growing it.
 
2013-02-27 07:51:16 AM

HindiDiscoMonster: AverageAmericanGuy: This is why the "medical marijuana" movement is full of shiat. If you want full legalization, then push for it. Don't try to wrap your recreational usage up in the robes of medicine. It makes you look like the liars and hypocrites you are.

0/potato


Now Hindi, you know damn well you cannot divide Zero by Potatoe. You always end up with Rutabaga.

And Rutabega is a non-zero imaginary negative number.
 
2013-02-27 07:51:22 AM

BronyMedic: Hoblit: Seriously though, why is this stuff still illegal in the first place? It's becoming archaic. Our society is no longer ignorant and intimidated by marijuana, we should finally come around and make this legal. I mean, two states already grew up and made it legal, why doesn't the rest of the municipalities in the nation get on board.

Because Black people and chinamen.


besides being arrested and disappeared, i wonder what would happen if you publicly asked the congress critters why they support racist legislation (on camera) while explaining of course what you mean...

/interesting social test i think.
 
2013-02-27 07:51:53 AM
BronyMedic

Ha, while I agree that those may be the reasons, racism is also something the nation should be, and has been trying to move away from.
 
2013-02-27 07:52:32 AM

HindiDiscoMonster: Hoblit: While I'm absolutely sure that nobody in the entire sheriff's office is smoking marijuana, they should consider it.

Because, like, chill out.

Seriously though, why is this stuff still illegal in the first place? It's becoming archaic. Our society is no longer ignorant and intimidated by marijuana, we should finally come around and make this legal. I mean, two states already grew up and made it legal, why doesn't the rest of the municipalities in the nation get on board.

one day it will be recognized as one of the worst times in our history... just like prohibition is.


the worst thing is that it becoming legal is an obvious eventuality. why drag our feet? same thing with gay marriage. why waste time and money slowing something that's obviously going to happen?
 
2013-02-27 07:52:39 AM

Deathfrogg: HindiDiscoMonster: AverageAmericanGuy: This is why the "medical marijuana" movement is full of shiat. If you want full legalization, then push for it. Don't try to wrap your recreational usage up in the robes of medicine. It makes you look like the liars and hypocrites you are.

0/potato

Now Hindi, you know damn well you cannot divide Zero by Potatoe. You always end up with Rutabaga.

And Rutabega is a non-zero imaginary negative number.


i know, it was just so poor an attempt that i couldn't think of another way of expressing that...

/never had a rutabaga... now wonders what they are like.
 
2013-02-27 07:53:39 AM
So things are still illegal even when your sick?
 
2013-02-27 07:53:46 AM

HindiDiscoMonster: Deathfrogg: HindiDiscoMonster: AverageAmericanGuy: This is why the "medical marijuana" movement is full of shiat. If you want full legalization, then push for it. Don't try to wrap your recreational usage up in the robes of medicine. It makes you look like the liars and hypocrites you are.

0/potato

Now Hindi, you know damn well you cannot divide Zero by Potatoe. You always end up with Rutabaga.

And Rutabega is a non-zero imaginary negative number.

i know, it was just so poor an attempt that i couldn't think of another way of expressing that...

/never had a rutabaga... now wonders what they are like.


They're assholes.
 
2013-02-27 07:54:27 AM

nburghmatt: HindiDiscoMonster: Hoblit: While I'm absolutely sure that nobody in the entire sheriff's office is smoking marijuana, they should consider it.

Because, like, chill out.

Seriously though, why is this stuff still illegal in the first place? It's becoming archaic. Our society is no longer ignorant and intimidated by marijuana, we should finally come around and make this legal. I mean, two states already grew up and made it legal, why doesn't the rest of the municipalities in the nation get on board.

one day it will be recognized as one of the worst times in our history... just like prohibition is.

the worst thing is that it becoming legal is an obvious eventuality. why drag our feet? same thing with gay marriage. why waste time and money slowing something that's obviously going to happen?


www.hangar19radio.com?
 
2013-02-27 07:55:13 AM

HindiDiscoMonster: besides being arrested and disappeared, i wonder what would happen if you publicly asked the congress critters why they support racist legislation (on camera) while explaining of course what you mean...

/interesting social test i think.


Hoblit: BronyMedic

Ha, while I agree that those may be the reasons, racism is also something the nation should be, and has been trying to move away from.


Because Religious Right prohibitionist groups pay them a LOT of money to ensure it continues today.
 
2013-02-27 07:55:15 AM

Deathfrogg: HindiDiscoMonster: Deathfrogg: HindiDiscoMonster: AverageAmericanGuy: This is why the "medical marijuana" movement is full of shiat. If you want full legalization, then push for it. Don't try to wrap your recreational usage up in the robes of medicine. It makes you look like the liars and hypocrites you are.

0/potato

Now Hindi, you know damn well you cannot divide Zero by Potatoe. You always end up with Rutabaga.

And Rutabega is a non-zero imaginary negative number.

i know, it was just so poor an attempt that i couldn't think of another way of expressing that...

/never had a rutabaga... now wonders what they are like.

They're assholes.


O.o I think I'll skip the taste test then...
 
2013-02-27 07:55:53 AM

Rufus Lee King: This subject has been discussed quite a bit.


And we will continue discussing it. We have become quite proficient at it.

In other news, the happy couple should move to Colorado.
 
2013-02-27 07:56:37 AM
Seems like a good way to earn revenue through "growing permits"
 
2013-02-27 07:58:23 AM

BronyMedic: HindiDiscoMonster: besides being arrested and disappeared, i wonder what would happen if you publicly asked the congress critters why they support racist legislation (on camera) while explaining of course what you mean...

/interesting social test i think.

Hoblit: BronyMedic

Ha, while I agree that those may be the reasons, racism is also something the nation should be, and has been trying to move away from.

Because Religious Right prohibitionist groups pay them a LOT of money to ensure it continues today.


don't forget the fiber lobby and I am sure Dow still pays a hefty fine to make sure legislation never passes.

/sorry about the link - don't wanna ban (NSFE) - BYOEB
 
2013-02-27 07:58:46 AM

Hoblit: Seriously though, why is this stuff still illegal in the first place?


The drug "schedule rating" system is wonky as hell, too hard to update, enforced in a stupid manner, and based on prohibition-era policy ideas that, you may note, created the exact same problems during actual prohibition.

It's not really just a marijuana thing, even ostensibly more dangerous drugs like opium and cocaine have been more or less totally unregulated in the past with no real repercussions from a public health perspective.  And the shiat that really is essentially a poison (poorly-made crack, meth, etc) would still likely be better served by legalization and then making producers liable in civil court for defective product than the current "bust down the door and arrest everyone" bullshiat.

And this is before you get to other countries demonstrating pretty conclusively that state-funded rehab programs go a lot further to fixing the problem than incarceration at a fraction of the price.

Basically, focusing on Marijuana specifically is a bit of a red herring that I think distracts from a much larger issue with drug regulation in the US.

//Yes, I know, being convinced because of the financial/enforcement effectiveness metrics instead of "pot is like totally good, woah man" makes me a cold and calculating monster who just doesn't get how it cures cancer and shiat, and being pro-legalization makes me a goddamned hippy that isn't thinking of the children.  I'm sorry, I like going for what works instead of shiat that's conclusively not true but sounds like it should be.
 
2013-02-27 07:59:04 AM

Cyrus the Mediocre: Seems like a good way to earn revenue through "growing permits"


i don't think you can grow permits.
 
2013-02-27 07:59:38 AM

Hoblit: Seriously though, why is this stuff still illegal in the first place?


Because the pharmaceutical companies like their monopoly on laboratory-created drugs, and pot is generally cheaper to make and ANYBODY with a green thumb can grow it.

It's all about the bottom line.

BronyMedic: Hoblit: Seriously though, why is this stuff still illegal in the first place? It's becoming archaic. Our society is no longer ignorant and intimidated by marijuana, we should finally come around and make this legal. I mean, two states already grew up and made it legal, why doesn't the rest of the municipalities in the nation get on board.

Because Black people and chinamen.


OK, yeah, that, too.
 
2013-02-27 07:59:54 AM

xanadian: Rufus Lee King: This subject has been discussed quite a bit.

And we will continue discussing it. We have become quite proficient at it.

In other news, the happy couple should move to Colorado.


Or Washington.
 
2013-02-27 08:01:27 AM

Jim_Callahan: Hoblit: Seriously though, why is this stuff still illegal in the first place?

The drug "schedule rating" system is wonky as hell, too hard to update, enforced in a stupid manner, and based on prohibition-era policy ideas that, you may note, created the exact same problems during actual prohibition.

It's not really just a marijuana thing, even ostensibly more dangerous drugs like opium and cocaine have been more or less totally unregulated in the past with no real repercussions from a public health perspective.  And the shiat that really is essentially a poison (poorly-made crack, meth, etc) would still likely be better served by legalization and then making producers liable in civil court for defective product than the current "bust down the door and arrest everyone" bullshiat.

And this is before you get to other countries demonstrating pretty conclusively that state-funded rehab programs go a lot further to fixing the problem than incarceration at a fraction of the price.

Basically, focusing on Marijuana specifically is a bit of a red herring that I think distracts from a much larger issue with drug regulation in the US.

//Yes, I know, being convinced because of the financial/enforcement effectiveness metrics instead of "pot is like totally good, woah man" makes me a cold and calculating monster who just doesn't get how it cures cancer and shiat, and being pro-legalization makes me a goddamned hippy that isn't thinking of the children.  I'm sorry, I like going for what works instead of shiat that's conclusively not true but sounds like it should be.


you are correct... but you have to start somewhere. that first step is always the hardest, esp when you live in a country founded by Puritans, and who still think that way.
 
2013-02-27 08:01:50 AM

Jim_Callahan: Even if the substance were legal in his state, in all probability making/growing his own would not be.  Even growing your own tobacco when you're not registered as a farmer is very legally dodgy at best and you sure as fark can't make your own prescription amphetamines, opiates, etc.


Actually it's perfectly fine to grow your own tobacco plants for your own personal consumption - you just can't sell it. It's no easy task though, and it takes a long time before you can even smoke your first harvest; home grown tobacco needs to be aged for at least 3 years before it is smooth enough to smoke. During that time you have to monitor the conditions just right, because if it's too dry it won't age, and if it's too wet it will rot.  You can probably ask at your local nursery if they know of any tobacco growing clubs in the area, you can get a lot of tips and expertise at those.
 
2013-02-27 08:02:51 AM
May the sheriff succumb to a long an painful ass cancer with no medical MJ.
 
2013-02-27 08:03:56 AM

Southern100: Jim_Callahan: Even if the substance were legal in his state, in all probability making/growing his own would not be.  Even growing your own tobacco when you're not registered as a farmer is very legally dodgy at best and you sure as fark can't make your own prescription amphetamines, opiates, etc.

Actually it's perfectly fine to grow your own tobacco plants for your own personal consumption - you just can't sell it. It's no easy task though, and it takes a long time before you can even smoke your first harvest; home grown tobacco needs to be aged for at least 3 years before it is smooth enough to smoke. During that time you have to monitor the conditions just right, because if it's too dry it won't age, and if it's too wet it will rot.  You can probably ask at your local nursery if they know of any tobacco growing clubs in the area, you can get a lot of tips and expertise at those.


and that's why tobacco companies use soo much filler in cigarettes... makes it stretch further to lower costs.

/expensive process in both $ and time.
 
2013-02-27 08:05:38 AM
I almost forgot...

i1113.photobucket.com
/oblig
 
2013-02-27 08:06:05 AM
Is medicinal marijuana legal where you live?  No?  Well, not to sound unsympathetic, but too bad.  Obey the law, sicky.
 
2013-02-27 08:06:29 AM
Therefore, we can conclude that:
Enforcing the law > Not being a prick
 
2013-02-27 08:07:38 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: This is why the "medical marijuana" movement is full of shiat. If you want full legalization, then push for it. Don't try to wrap your recreational usage up in the robes of medicine. It makes you look like the liars and hypocrites you are.



I kniwow, its not like people have been getting therapeutic value from cannabis for thousands of years. All those chemo and MS patients who have benefitted from its use are clearly lying sacks of shiat who deserve to be wiped off this planet because of their disgusting narcotic habits.

Its not like the US Government has held the patents for cannabinoids as neuroprotectants and antioxidants for years. Even though they repeatedly claim that cannabis is completely devoid of medicinal properties, to keep it scheduled alongside heroin and cocaine.

My neighbor was just like you years back. Her son kept jumping my fence years back and taking bits of my plants. Finally I caught the kid in the act, dragged him over to his mom, and told him her son was a chronic trespasser. She started insulting me hysterically, called the police immediately and had 3 squad cars in front of my house within 15 minutes, who all turned bullish when I provided my medical license and proved I was below my legal plant limit. I told her to keep her son out of my yard for good. I started leaving my half Pit/Half Rottweiler outside that night.

Sure enough, about 3 days later, I heard the most awful screaming in my life, and the racket of my dogs getting something in the backyard. The punkass kid got hit by both dogs on the way into my backyard, I doubt he even hit the floor before they got him. Hes lucky he survived, though his face was disfigured badly and he'll never mentally recover from an ordeal like that, they got him on the limbs and face the most. By the time I got my dogs off him I was fairly sure he was gonna die. Anyway, I promptly called the paramedics, then walked next door and calmly invited the kids mom over.

She started freaking out when she realized what was happening, and even worse when I refused to let her in my house to the backyard. I made her walk all the way around to the scene of destruction, where her now unconscious child lay in a mess of dirt blood and feces. She was as hysterical as anyone Ive ever seen, she fell to her knees sobbing like the people in movies, and I couldnt help but laugh. LOL, woman, this is what happens when you harass people over harmless plants! After the hospital ordeal and a few lawsuit threats, the biatch packed up her disfigured children and left. But Im sure she never tried to snitch on a pot grower again, lest she feel the vengeance.

/kidding about the kid, just wanted to piss off a dumbass or two
 
2013-02-27 08:08:57 AM
While I have every sympathy for Mr & Mrs Jordan and am an advocate for the legalisation of cannabis for both medical and recreational use, 25 plants is not simply a "handful" and you'll struggle to prove that that quantity was for personal use only.
If you are growing for personal, medical use, surely you just have a few fast-growing, rich-yield plants that you can harvest regularly.
 
2013-02-27 08:09:05 AM

Hoblit: Jim_Callahan - Since it's not legal in his state, he's stupid twice instead of once

WELL, I would like to think that if it were legal here in Florida, he wouldn't have to be growing it in his back yard instead of trying to find some shady dealer somewhere. If it were legal, he might have better options to obtain it instead of growing it.


That's nice and all, but responsible adults petition for a change in the law while still obeying the law, or if they feel it's so egregious that it's immoral to follow the law they go civil disobedience and intentionally get arrested to highlight the issue.

Sneaking around in order to disobey a law that you personally find worthless is just... crime.  Petty crime, in this case, but not particularly worthy of respect either.  The same logic could be applied by a sociopath to justify grand theft (because private property is just a lie, if everyone went back to nature and realized the benefits of the strong taking what they want from the weak, we'd all be better off, man) or by a psychopath to justify murder (Yo, man, the cops will only be anti-murder until someone in their family shows them BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD!  SKULLS FOR THE SKULL THRONE!.  Like, death cures asthma and pain, and you can make hella cheap rope with entrails, dude).  We're in a democracy, if you think the law is wrong your responsibility as a citizen is to try to change it, and if you can't get it changed to... well, deal with it.  You don't get "but my individual morality says" exceptions, unfortunately.

//That set of examples got out of hand quickly.
 
2013-02-27 08:10:27 AM

vudukungfu: May the sheriff succumb to a long an painful ass cancer with no medical MJ.


As someone who's seen someone die slowly and painfully from cancer, you deserve a swift kick in the balls for that one.

nightsons.com

Seriously. Rape and cancer are two things I'd never wish on my worst enemy.
 
2013-02-27 08:11:37 AM

HindiDiscoMonster: nburghmatt: HindiDiscoMonster: Hoblit: While I'm absolutely sure that nobody in the entire sheriff's office is smoking marijuana, they should consider it.

Because, like, chill out.

Seriously though, why is this stuff still illegal in the first place? It's becoming archaic. Our society is no longer ignorant and intimidated by marijuana, we should finally come around and make this legal. I mean, two states already grew up and made it legal, why doesn't the rest of the municipalities in the nation get on board.

one day it will be recognized as one of the worst times in our history... just like prohibition is.

the worst thing is that it becoming legal is an obvious eventuality. why drag our feet? same thing with gay marriage. why waste time and money slowing something that's obviously going to happen?

[www.hangar19radio.com image 400x300]?


are you calling me a commie?
 
2013-02-27 08:14:01 AM

D_Evans45: I kniwow, its not like people have been getting therapeutic value from cannabis for thousands of years. All those chemo and MS patients who have benefitted from its use are clearly lying sacks of shiat who deserve to be wiped off this planet because of their disgusting narcotic habits.


you bit? wow... now his score has to be updated... damn.

/don't feed the trolls
 
2013-02-27 08:17:01 AM

BronyMedic: HindiDiscoMonster: besides being arrested and disappeared, i wonder what would happen if you publicly asked the congress critters why they support racist legislation (on camera) while explaining of course what you mean...

/interesting social test i think.

Hoblit: BronyMedic

Ha, while I agree that those may be the reasons, racism is also something the nation should be, and has been trying to move away from.

Because Religious Right paper and petro-chemical prohibitionist groups pay them a LOT of money to ensure it continues today.


FTFY
 
2013-02-27 08:17:20 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: This is why the "medical marijuana" movement is full of shiat. If you want full legalization, then push for it. Don't try to wrap your recreational usage up in the robes of medicine. It makes you look like the liars and hypocrites you are.


Because there are no medical uses for marijuana? Facts beg to differ.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_cannabis
 
2013-02-27 08:18:26 AM

nburghmatt: HindiDiscoMonster: nburghmatt: HindiDiscoMonster: Hoblit: While I'm absolutely sure that nobody in the entire sheriff's office is smoking marijuana, they should consider it.

Because, like, chill out.

Seriously though, why is this stuff still illegal in the first place? It's becoming archaic. Our society is no longer ignorant and intimidated by marijuana, we should finally come around and make this legal. I mean, two states already grew up and made it legal, why doesn't the rest of the municipalities in the nation get on board.

one day it will be recognized as one of the worst times in our history... just like prohibition is.

the worst thing is that it becoming legal is an obvious eventuality. why drag our feet? same thing with gay marriage. why waste time and money slowing something that's obviously going to happen?

[www.hangar19radio.com image 400x300]?

are you calling me a commie?


thats "Rage Against the Machine"
 
2013-02-27 08:19:14 AM

flamingboard: AverageAmericanGuy: This is why the "medical marijuana" movement is full of shiat. If you want full legalization, then push for it. Don't try to wrap your recreational usage up in the robes of medicine. It makes you look like the liars and hypocrites you are.

Because there are no medical uses for marijuana? Facts beg to differ.

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


One of FARK's most notorious trolls is having a good fishing day today. He's gonna need a bigger boat.

talesfromahungrylife.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-02-27 08:21:27 AM

flamingboard: AverageAmericanGuy: This is why the "medical marijuana" movement is full of shiat. If you want full legalization, then push for it. Don't try to wrap your recreational usage up in the robes of medicine. It makes you look like the liars and hypocrites you are.

Because there are no medical uses for marijuana? Facts beg to differ.

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


Marijuana may be a wonder drug (some say it is), but as long as you're fighting for it to be legalized only under medical supervision, you're shooting yourself in the foot because recreational users will find themselves suddenly afflicted with chronic back pain and other made-up maladies. The general non-using public doesn't see grandma with ALS, they see stoner guy abusing the system.
 
2013-02-27 08:24:28 AM

HindiDiscoMonster: nburghmatt: HindiDiscoMonster: nburghmatt: HindiDiscoMonster: Hoblit: While I'm absolutely sure that nobody in the entire sheriff's office is smoking marijuana, they should consider it.

Because, like, chill out.

Seriously though, why is this stuff still illegal in the first place? It's becoming archaic. Our society is no longer ignorant and intimidated by marijuana, we should finally come around and make this legal. I mean, two states already grew up and made it legal, why doesn't the rest of the municipalities in the nation get on board.

one day it will be recognized as one of the worst times in our history... just like prohibition is.

the worst thing is that it becoming legal is an obvious eventuality. why drag our feet? same thing with gay marriage. why waste time and money slowing something that's obviously going to happen?

[www.hangar19radio.com image 400x300]?

are you calling me a commie?

thats "Rage Against the Machine"


i know that, silly, but what did it mean?
 
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