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2013-11-01 03:38:36 AM  
ITT: Fark tough guys brag about how they would have kept the money and Fark contrarians saying how keeping a $20 Canadian bill would land you PMITA prison.
 
2013-11-01 03:40:07 AM  
Sounds Canadian to me.
 
2013-11-01 03:40:25 AM  
It was Canadian money, so, while nice, it's not like he was very much.
 
2013-11-01 03:41:38 AM  
"Twenties from heaven for you... and.,. me!"
 
2013-11-01 03:56:22 AM  

super_grass: ITT: Fark tough guys brag about how they would have kept the money


Hell yeah I would!

Bunch of Dudley Do-Rights up there, the lot.
 
2013-11-01 03:56:25 AM  
So, in other words, someone made it rain and there was a happy ending.
 
2013-11-01 03:58:12 AM  
Needs more maple syrup being poured on Shania Twain, but otherwise, yeah, that's pretty Canadian, eh...
 
2013-11-01 04:00:28 AM  
No mention of maple syrup, moose, poutine, beaver, milk in a bag, or French.

/Fail
 
2013-11-01 04:02:37 AM  
My favorite Canadian story was when there was a big hockey riot that was stopped when half of the rioters got the other half of the rioters to stop.
 
2013-11-01 04:14:01 AM  
No mention of poutine, so not "most Canadian story ever."

illannoyin: No mention of maple syrup, moose, poutine, beaver, milk in a bag, or French.

/Fail


Oh. I see I've been beaten to the punch.
 
2013-11-01 04:17:11 AM  

maram500: No mention of poutine, so not "most Canadian story ever."

illannoyin: No mention of maple syrup, moose, poutine, beaver, milk in a bag, or French.

/Fail

Oh. I see I've been beaten to the punch.


This
 
2013-11-01 04:19:00 AM  
 
2013-11-01 04:21:00 AM  

illannoyin: No mention of maple syrup, moose, poutine, beaver, milk in a bag, or French.

/Fail


Also required - mention of at least one of the following bands.

Rush, Tragically Hip, Barenaked Ladies, Our Lady Peace
 
2013-11-01 04:25:19 AM  
No Timmie's, Loonies, curling, or bag milk.

/Minnesotan
//next time leave all your money at the mall
 
2013-11-01 04:39:41 AM  
Yeah most folks I know would try to return it. At least most of it.

/Canadian as heck
 
2013-11-01 04:41:06 AM  

aerojockey: It was Canadian money, so, while nice, it's not like he was very much.


The loonie and the dollar have been at parity for a while now. Remember the economic crisis? Your money is worth as much as ours, now.
 
2013-11-01 04:45:31 AM  
The story would have been better with a Juggalo good Samaritan. I knew a Canuck Juggalo once, and damned if he wasn't one of the nicest and quietest guys I'd met.
 
2013-11-01 04:54:08 AM  

maram500: No mention of poutine, so not "most Canadian story ever."


Well, what do you think all that money was FOR?

Also, I find in interesting that (apparently) in Commomweath English the word "bar" has been generalized to mean any kind of retail establishment, as opposed to American English in which "bar" always refers to a place where alcoholic drinks are sold.

Thus, "gas bar" to mean "filling station" and "The Big Bang Burger Bar" if you don't feel like dressing up for a night at Milliways.

http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/gas_bar
 
2013-11-01 05:10:19 AM  
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2013-11-01 05:22:03 AM  

Badgers:


Captain Canada is waaay too polite. And I don't understand why he has to end every sentence with "eh." Also, there are reports that he refuses to throw his shield, since it's his poutine bowl.

/Poutine!
//Delicious, delicious routine
///Still making fun of it though...
 
2013-11-01 05:24:09 AM  

ciberido: Also, I find in interesting that (apparently) in Commomweath English the word "bar" has been generalized to mean any kind of retail establishment, as opposed to American English in which "bar" always refers to a place where alcoholic drinks are sold.


The English already have a word for that: Pub.
 
2013-11-01 05:24:34 AM  
"That poutine was delicious," said the Mountie. "My Kraft Dinner was lovely too," replied the beaver. They saw that they still had some time to spend before the hockey game, so they pulled on their denim jackets and went into the Mountie's car to go to Tim Horton's for a maple doughnut and some coffee. While the Mountie was distracted putting in an Anne Murray CD, a moose stepped out in front of the car. "Be careful of the moose!" said the beaver. "Thank you very much," replied the Mountie, cautiously manoeuvering the car out of the way.

"That reminds me somehow," said the beaver. "I need to buy a new opener for my milk bags but I'm a bit short. Can I borrow a Loonie?" "I'm not sure if I have it," the Mountie replied, adjusting his toque. "But I do have some Canadian Tire money, will that do?"

"C'est poutine était délicieux", a déclaré le gendarme. "Mon Dîner Kraft était belle aussi," répondit le castor. Ils ont vu qu'ils avaient encore un peu de temps à passer avant le match de hockey, alors ils tiré sur leurs vestes en denim et entra dans la voiture de la police montée pour aller au Tim Horton pour un beignet d'érable et un café. Alors que le gendarme a été distrait mettre dans un CD Anne Murray, un orignal est sorti en avant de la voiture. "Soyez prudent de l'orignal!" dit le castor. "Merci beaucoup," répondit le gendarme, manoeuvrer prudemment la voiture de la route.

"Cela me rappelle un peu", a déclaré le castor. «J'ai besoin d'acheter une nouvelle révélation pour mes sacs de lait, mais je suis un peu court. Puis-je emprunter un <<loonie>>?" "Je ne sais pas si je l'ai,» répondit le gendarme, en ajustant sa toque. "Mais j'ai un peu d'argent <<Canadian Tire>>, qui seront le faire?"
 
2013-11-01 05:29:12 AM  
 Also, I find in interesting that (apparently) in Commomweath English the word "bar" has been generalized to mean any kind of retail establishment, as opposed to American English in which "bar" always refers to a place where alcoholic drinks are sold.

Wut? Soup and salad bar? Juice bar? Oxygen bar?
 
2013-11-01 05:39:53 AM  

ciberido: maram500: No mention of poutine, so not "most Canadian story ever."

Well, what do you think all that money was FOR?

Also, I find in interesting that (apparently) in Commomweath English the word "bar" has been generalized to mean any kind of retail establishment, as opposed to American English in which "bar" always refers to a place where alcoholic drinks are sold.

Thus, "gas bar" to mean "filling station" and "The Big Bang Burger Bar" if you don't feel like dressing up for a night at Milliways.

http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/gas_bar


When I go to a gas bar I expect my gas to be locally sourced and artisanal.
 
2013-11-01 05:41:18 AM  

Gordon Bennett: "That poutine was delicious," said the Mountie. "My Kraft Dinner was lovely too," replied the beaver. They saw that they still had some time to spend before the hockey game, so they pulled on their denim jackets and went into the Mountie's car to go to Tim Horton's for a maple doughnut and some coffee. While the Mountie was distracted putting in an Anne Murray CD, a moose stepped out in front of the car. "Be careful of the moose!" said the beaver. "Thank you very much," replied the Mountie, cautiously manoeuvering the car out of the way.

"That reminds me somehow," said the beaver. "I need to buy a new opener for my milk bags but I'm a bit short. Can I borrow a Loonie?" "I'm not sure if I have it," the Mountie replied, adjusting his toque. "But I do have some Canadian Tire money, will that do?"

"C'est poutine était délicieux", a déclaré le gendarme. "Mon Dîner Kraft était belle aussi," répondit le castor. Ils ont vu qu'ils avaient encore un peu de temps à passer avant le match de hockey, alors ils tiré sur leurs vestes en denim et entra dans la voiture de la police montée pour aller au Tim Horton pour un beignet d'érable et un café. Alors que le gendarme a été distrait mettre dans un CD Anne Murray, un orignal est sorti en avant de la voiture. "Soyez prudent de l'orignal!" dit le castor. "Merci beaucoup," répondit le gendarme, manoeuvrer prudemment la voiture de la route.

"Cela me rappelle un peu", a déclaré le castor. «J'ai besoin d'acheter une nouvelle révélation pour mes sacs de lait, mais je suis un peu court. Puis-je emprunter un <<loonie>>?" "Je ne sais pas si je l'ai,» répondit le gendarme, en ajustant sa toque. "Mais j'ai un peu d'argent <<Canadian Tire>>, qui seront le faire?"


This, right here is the MOST Canuckistani story I've ever had the delightful pleasure of reading.

Thank you and good night.
 
2013-11-01 05:43:18 AM  

maram500: No mention of poutine, so not "most Canadian story ever."

illannoyin: No mention of maple syrup, moose, poutine, beaver, milk in a bag, or French.

/Fail

Oh. I see I've been beaten to the punch.


Or "Tom Ford smoking crack, on video!"

/c'mon, that + the Great Canadian Maple Syrup Heist = only Canadian news Americans have given a sh-t about for the past year or two
 
2013-11-01 05:48:20 AM  
$20 bills? In my Regina?

It's more likely than you think.
 
2013-11-01 06:16:45 AM  

Snapper Carr: illannoyin: No mention of maple syrup, moose, poutine, beaver, milk in a bag, or French.

/Fail

Also required - mention of at least one of the following bands.

Rush, Tragically Hip, Barenaked Ladies, Our Lady Peace


Also: no hockey, curling, Canadian beers, or sketch comedy programs.
 
2013-11-01 06:18:47 AM  

illannoyin: No mention of maple syrup, moose, poutine, beaver, milk in a bag, or French.

/Fail


or the word or usage of 'eh
 
2013-11-01 06:24:22 AM  

mike_d85: Snapper Carr: illannoyin: No mention of maple syrup, moose, poutine, beaver, milk in a bag, or French.

/Fail

Also required - mention of at least one of the following bands.

Rush, Tragically Hip, Barenaked Ladies, Our Lady Peace

Also: no hockey, curling, Canadian beers, or sketch comedy programs.


I'm crushing your head!

/while simultaneously drinking a Labatt and SWEEP SWEEP SWEEP TAKE THE DAMN SHOT
 
2013-11-01 06:35:20 AM  

aerojockey: It was Canadian money, so, while nice, it's not like he was very much.


I agree.
 
2013-11-01 06:35:22 AM  
I've found a couple of lost wallets over the years... First one, when I was in college. I just dropped the wallet off at the student center (money and all) as they were able to contact the person who lost it. The second one I found on the sidewalk outside my gym. Figured someone dropped it coming in or out of the gym and I dropped it off at the front desk.

I just don't feel I should be profiting from someone else's misfortune and I'd like someone to do the same for me if I should ever lose my wallet.

Not Canadian. MAsshole.

Let's Go, Bruins!
 
2013-11-01 07:05:19 AM  

keylock71: I've found a couple of lost wallets over the years... First one, when I was in college. I just dropped the wallet off at the student center (money and all) as they were able to contact the person who lost it. The second one I found on the sidewalk outside my gym. Figured someone dropped it coming in or out of the gym and I dropped it off at the front desk.

I just don't feel I should be profiting from someone else's misfortune and I'd like someone to do the same for me if I should ever lose my wallet.

Not Canadian. MAsshole.

Let's Go, Bruins!


i found someone's wallet.  I didn't have a car, so it was email based off unique name from student ID > match schedules > figure out meet drop off place (which involved me taking a half hour long bus). Guy (who to be fair did correctly ID the random crap in the wallet) grabbed it and left without a word.

Now if I find anything (have found two student IDs, a paycheck, and a worker college ID since) I just look up the best place Google can tell me and send it that way unless I've been told otherwise.

Not that I don't care, really, more that I'm too f--king tired of jerks.  I didn't want or expect a reward; however, knowing what the student cards cost to replace, a "thank you" would have sufficed.

asshole
 
2013-11-01 07:15:39 AM  

The most Canadian story you've read all week


That wasn't Canadian Tire money...
 
2013-11-01 07:18:29 AM  
I once bought a round of coffee at a Tim Horton's in Detroit with a crown royal pouch full of Canadian quarters.
I tried to teach them how to say ya'll...
 
WGJ
2013-11-01 07:32:55 AM  
If Canadians are so nice why do they keep sending assholes to the US?
 
2013-11-01 07:48:41 AM  

WGJ: If Canadians are so nice why do they keep sending assholes to the US?


Exile...
 
2013-11-01 08:00:15 AM  

aerojockey: It was Canadian money, so, while nice, it's not like he was very much.


The 90's called they want their old Canadian money valuation back pls.
 
2013-11-01 08:01:59 AM  

cervier: aerojockey: It was Canadian money, so, while nice, it's not like he was very much.

The 90's called they want their old Canadian money valuation back pls.


Aw, you're adorable!

/look, let Americans keep our delusion, ok?
//not like we have much more to go with right now
 
2013-11-01 08:18:41 AM  
Regina, the city that rhymes with fun.
 
2013-11-01 08:18:49 AM  

StreetlightInTheGhetto: cervier: aerojockey: It was Canadian money, so, while nice, it's not like he was very much.

The 90's called they want their old Canadian money valuation back pls.

Aw, you're adorable!

/look, let Americans keep our delusion, ok?
//not like we have much more to go with right now


Ok I give you that :)  When we see American money rain on our side of the border we go farking nuts!!!
 
2013-11-01 08:22:12 AM  
great story aboot canada, eh?
 
2013-11-01 08:29:50 AM  

aendeuryu: Needs more maple syrup being poured on Shania Twain, but otherwise, yeah, that's pretty Canadian, eh...


I would need video of such a thing to evaluate your statement. Please.

Ringside seats, even better.
Or hand me the jug of syrup.
 
2013-11-01 08:32:59 AM  

Gordon Bennett: "That poutine was delicious," said the Mountie. "My Kraft Dinner was lovely too," replied the beaver. They saw that they still had some time to spend before the hockey game, so they pulled on their denim jackets and went into the Mountie's car to go to Tim Horton's for a maple doughnut and some coffee. While the Mountie was distracted putting in an Anne Murray CD, a moose stepped out in front of the car. "Be careful of the moose!" said the beaver. "Thank you very much," replied the Mountie, cautiously manoeuvering the car out of the way.

"That reminds me somehow," said the beaver. "I need to buy a new opener for my milk bags but I'm a bit short. Can I borrow a Loonie?" "I'm not sure if I have it," the Mountie replied, adjusting his toque. "But I do have some Canadian Tire money, will that do?"

"C'est poutine était délicieux", a déclaré le gendarme. "Mon Dîner Kraft était belle aussi," répondit le castor. Ils ont vu qu'ils avaient encore un peu de temps à passer avant le match de hockey, alors ils tiré sur leurs vestes en denim et entra dans la voiture de la police montée pour aller au Tim Horton pour un beignet d'érable et un café. Alors que le gendarme a été distrait mettre dans un CD Anne Murray, un orignal est sorti en avant de la voiture. "Soyez prudent de l'orignal!" dit le castor. "Merci beaucoup," répondit le gendarme, manoeuvrer prudemment la voiture de la route.

"Cela me rappelle un peu", a déclaré le castor. «J'ai besoin d'acheter une nouvelle révélation pour mes sacs de lait, mais je suis un peu court. Puis-je emprunter un <<loonie>>?" "Je ne sais pas si je l'ai,» répondit le gendarme, en ajustant sa toque. "Mais j'ai un peu d'argent <<Canadian Tire>>, qui seront le faire?"


Not enough apologizing, but a 9/10
 
2013-11-01 08:37:34 AM  

WGJ: If Canadians are so nice why do they keep sending assholes to the US?


We're nice, not stupid.
 
2013-11-01 08:49:18 AM  
Most Canadian?  I count zero mentions of hockey, so no, not even close.
 
2013-11-01 08:51:00 AM  

grokca: Regina, the city that rhymes with fun.


.....Mulva ....?
 
2013-11-01 08:53:26 AM  
RCMP said the tale of the airborne cash began shortly after the noon-hour when a motorist pulled into a gas bar in Emerald Park, just east of Regina.

So this Bentley rolls in to a gas bar and the gas bartender says "Why the long hood?"

or

This old VW Bug rolls in to a gas bar and says "Gas bartender, I want vone beer und a dozen glasses of vater.

Bartender says "Why do you want a dozen glasses of water?

And the old VW Bug says "It iz for zee twelve Jews in mine ashtray!"
 
2013-11-01 08:54:57 AM  

Badgers: [i.imgur.com image 500x667]
[img.pandawhale.com image 680x536]
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OK, the All Things Canada made me laugh.....more than I should have.


I'll have a seat over here.
 
2013-11-01 09:01:32 AM  
I found a severed hand with a ring on it. It was a really nice ring too. I could have kept the ring and tossed the hand but no, I didn't want to profit from someone else's hand severing. I looked around for a while figuring I'd easily see someone with only one hand but after a couple of weeks, it was pretty obvious that I wasn't gonna find him. I could have kept the ring. It was almost falling off by now but I didn't. I slipped the hand with the ring in to a box and sent it to a police detective. I included a note that read: "You probably know whose hand this belongs to. It might be someone that you know."
 
2013-11-01 09:10:11 AM  

illannoyin: No mention of maple syrup, moose, poutine, beaver, milk in a bag, or French.

/Fail


Or poutine.
 
2013-11-01 09:11:47 AM  
He was Chinese?
 
2013-11-01 09:21:57 AM  
www.5371designs.com
 
2013-11-01 09:39:14 AM  
The man lost $500, the motorist turned in the $400 he found, the desk sergeant logged the $300 found and the lost & found department reunited the owner with the $200...

\obligatory.
 
2013-11-01 09:42:26 AM  

aerojockey: It was Canadian money, so, while nice, it's not like he was very much.


WGJ: If Canadians are so nice why do they keep sending assholes to the US?


We don't send them.  Once they leave their winter chrysalis and have transformed into fully mature assholes, they instinctively head home to their native breeding grounds.
 
2013-11-01 09:45:24 AM  

Badgers: [i.imgur.com image 500x667]
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i171.photobucket.com

Thanks for inviting us, you hoser!

/sorry we called you a hoser, eh.
 
2013-11-01 09:57:37 AM  
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/oblig
 
2013-11-01 10:02:04 AM  

Snapper Carr: illannoyin: No mention of maple syrup, moose, poutine, beaver, milk in a bag, or French.

/Fail

Also required - mention of at least one of the following bands.

Rush, Tragically Hip, Barenaked Ladies, Our Lady Peace


And with that, you have just given me the ammo to create my "Canadian Rock" Pandora station!
 
2013-11-01 10:17:32 AM  

Badgers: [i.imgur.com image 500x667]
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You know you're going to hell for what you've done to Michael J. Fox, right?! Of course, I'll be going too, as I LOLed at this!
 
2013-11-01 10:19:13 AM  

TheRameres: Snapper Carr: illannoyin: No mention of maple syrup, moose, poutine, beaver, milk in a bag, or French.

/Fail

Also required - mention of at least one of the following bands.

Rush, Tragically Hip, Barenaked Ladies, Our Lady Peace

And with that, you have just given me the ammo to create my "Canadian Rock" Pandora station!


Do it! Of course as I'm writing this, I'm listening to Max Webster on Q107.  Coincidence? I think not.
 
2013-11-01 10:21:15 AM  

Flarn: Oblig
http://youtu.be/s-326WnWwWE


Knives will fark you up.
 
2013-11-01 10:26:13 AM  
I called my friend, Michael J. Fox, and showed him the article. And he said it was NOT the most Canadian Article, because it didn't mention getting drunk, hockey, Moose, or Tim Hortons. So I sat down and wrote another Canadian article, and it goes something like this....
 
2013-11-01 10:52:06 AM  
For the life of me, will never understand why people set their wallets down during transactions.  The steps in pumping gas never require holding payment outside of wallet in one hand and nozzle in the other.
 
2013-11-01 11:09:33 AM  
I never understood the "milk in bags" being a Canadian thing.  Quality Dairy in Michigan used to sell them up until recently, I believe.  They still may, but I have since moved out of the state.
 
2013-11-01 12:17:36 PM  

fredmcmurray: Also, I find in interesting that (apparently) in Commomweath English the word "bar" has been generalized to mean any kind of retail establishment, as opposed to American English in which "bar" always refers to a place where alcoholic drinks are sold.

Wut? Soup and salad bar? Juice bar? Oxygen bar?


When you quote people, please include their name.

A soup and salad bar isn't a retail establishment.  It's a part of a restaurant.  And  I refuse to believe that "oxygen bars" really exist.  They must be only urban legends.

But you may have me with juice bars, I suppose.
 
2013-11-01 12:29:41 PM  
 
2013-11-01 01:14:17 PM  

PapermonkeyExpress: I never understood the "milk in bags" being a Canadian thing.  Quality Dairy in Michigan used to sell them up until recently, I believe.  They still may, but I have since moved out of the state.


Yes, but Michigan is Canada's udder.

Tee hee.

Seriously. Michigan is one place where the "eh?" has nearly as many different meanings as in Canadian English according to linguists. It is seriously Canadianized in some (largely minor) ways, so if only one state in the US had milk in bags, I would expect it to be Michigan. In linguistic affairs, language seems to blow due West in North America, often ignoring minor barriers such as rivers, lakes and mountains. You'd be surprised how straight the lines are, seeing as nobody could follow one on the ground.

Michigan English has a number of traits in common with Canadian English although people seem to think Minnesota or Wisconsin English are closer.

I don't know why that is. They don't seem very Canadian to my Canadian ear. I think it is the result of using the same voice actors to play both on TV cartoons, etc. Perhaps there is a bit of Canada where the accents are closer, most likely North West Ontario, where I have never been, but I have never heard a Canadian with that stereotypical "Canadian" accent. Americans, yes. Lots of Americans.

But Whozit, David Letterman's musical side-kick, Paul Schafer, comes from Thunder Bay and doesn't talk like that. Sometimes I wonder about American depictions of the General Canadian accent. They don't seem to be right.
 
2013-11-01 01:47:58 PM  
I once saw a loose $1 bill at the PX in KAF on the ground, buddy taps my shoulder and says "Hey, I think you dropped that".  I went back, picked it up, and stuffed it in my pocket.  When I got back to my room, I opened it up and found two $1's wrapped around a $100.  I felt like I'd robbed a bank, as I clearly hadn't dropped it.

/Canadian
 
2013-11-01 03:00:03 PM  
 
2013-11-01 05:36:56 PM  
ciberido: When you quote people, please include their name.

sorry, i can never figure out how the fark to quote properly on this site. i don't comment here a lot.

1. not a lot of soup and salad bars selling booze regardless of the establishment.

2. oxygen bars exist. or at least they used to.

3. even juice bars are usually part of some other establishment
 
2013-11-01 06:27:56 PM  
fredmcmurray: sorry, i can never figure out how the fark to quote properly on this site. i don't comment here a lot.

This may vary by browser, but in the bar above the comment to which you wish to reply, there's the replyee's farkonym, a star (so you can favorite the) buttons marked Smart and Funny, and a little square buttong with quote marks in it - hit that button and wait a few seconds.  The farkonym and quote will appear in the reply box, ready to go.

/ hope this helps!
 
2013-11-01 06:38:05 PM  

dionysusaur: fredmcmurray: sorry, i can never figure out how the fark to quote properly on this site. i don't comment here a lot.

This may vary by browser, but in the bar above the comment to which you wish to reply, there's the replyee's farkonym, a star (so you can favorite the) buttons marked Smart and Funny, and a little square buttong with quote marks in it - hit that button and wait a few seconds.  The farkonym and quote will appear in the reply box, ready to go.

/ hope this helps!


It does indeed. Thanks much for helping this dolt out!
 
2013-11-01 07:54:17 PM  

StreetlightInTheGhetto: maram500: No mention of poutine, so not "most Canadian story ever."

illannoyin: No mention of maple syrup, moose, poutine, beaver, milk in a bag, or French.

/Fail

Oh. I see I've been beaten to the punch.

Or "Tom Ford smoking crack, on video!"

/c'mon, that + the Great Canadian Maple Syrup Heist = only Canadian news Americans have given a sh-t about for the past year or two


If you're going to make (deserved) fun of a Canadian politician, then you could at least get his name right.

Rob Ford: Crack-smoking Canadialand mayor
Tom Ford: Clothing designer
 
2013-11-02 02:05:44 AM  
Didn't realize this guy was Canadian, eh.

whatsongisinthatcommercial.com
 
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