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2014-01-15 01:01:15 PM
 
2014-01-15 01:40:29 PM

i253.photobucket.com

 
2014-01-15 01:48:55 PM

Bathia_Mapes: Pictures of the kitties


Just look at those villains with their "three squares and a cot"!!!

/thanks for the pics
 
GBB
2014-01-15 01:49:47 PM
bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com
Is that a clothes dryer?
 
2014-01-15 01:52:34 PM
An inmate prayed for pussy; God is cruel.
 
2014-01-15 01:52:39 PM

GBB: [bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com image 850x601]
Is that a clothes dryer?


Get busy livin', or get busy dryin'

encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com
 
2014-01-15 01:55:23 PM
THey better get some better food. I'm gonna puke!

media.heavy.com
 
2014-01-15 01:56:48 PM
EOA:  Prison officials say they're hoping to find the kittens homes among the staff.


How about they keep the cats and have inmates be responsible for them?  How about they have other pets as well?  There have been any number of programs among inmates, both juvenile and adult, that demonstrate that taking care of pets improves morale and helps teach responsibility among the inmates.  Things from cats, to dogs, to wild mustangs have been used in various prisons and worked quite well.

PETA and HSUS might have a problem with "abusing" the animals by having them in a prison facility but it could be beneficial to the inmates.
 
2014-01-15 01:57:40 PM
I know this story. 15 years later, they parole the guy who found them and...

whohesaysthatiam.files.wordpress.com
 
2014-01-15 01:59:09 PM
You know where ELSE you can find a lot of pussies in an upstate New York prison?

d1oi7t5trwfj5d.cloudfront.net
 
2014-01-15 02:00:14 PM
Caturday comes early to Fark.

Interesting story about a cat...
Since Monday morning, we have had a black cat hanging around on our front porch.  He looks so much like one of our cats, that I thought it was him at first.  Only, he's slightly smaller.

We don't know who owns him.  We don't know where he came from.  The 2 of my neighbors that I thought might own him, have said they don't.

I feel kinda bad for the little guy.  He is hanging around our house like it's his, and seems confused by these people and other cats, that he doesn't know, coming and going.  I'm actually beginning to think that he thinks he IS one of our cats.  Like, "I see a black cat coming in and out of here all the time.  It must be me."
Assuming he really IS that stupid.
 
2014-01-15 02:00:31 PM
They put the cats in a cage in a prison.
 
2014-01-15 02:00:34 PM

Bathia_Mapes: Pictures of the kitties


Further to Bathia_Mapes' comment, why not use the original article, subby? You know, the one cited in the Miami Herald story? Why do we need an abridged Miami version of an upstate New York local story?

/ quality control!
// can I get a witness?
 
2014-01-15 02:03:55 PM

Mr. Right: EOA:  Prison officials say they're hoping to find the kittens homes among the staff.


How about they keep the cats and have inmates be responsible for them?  How about they have other pets as well?  There have been any number of programs among inmates, both juvenile and adult, that demonstrate that taking care of pets improves morale and helps teach responsibility among the inmates.  Things from cats, to dogs, to wild mustangs have been used in various prisons and worked quite well.

PETA and HSUS might have a problem with "abusing" the animals by having them in a prison facility but it could be beneficial to the inmates.


A quick google search indicates that there are many programs in prisons to take care of "death penalty" pets. Seems like a win/win situation.
 
2014-01-15 02:10:17 PM

libranoelrose: GBB: [bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com image 850x601]
Is that a clothes dryer?

Get busy livin', or get busy dryin'

[encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com image 277x182]


You win the thread and the internet.
 
2014-01-15 02:12:57 PM

runcible spork: Bathia_Mapes: Pictures of the kitties

Further to Bathia_Mapes' comment, why not use the original article, subby? You know, the one cited in the Miami Herald story? Why do we need an abridged Miami version of an upstate New York local story?

/ quality control!
// can I get a witness?


Because it got redlit earlier?

/if Admins what to relink, feel free.
 
2014-01-15 02:24:53 PM

durbnpoisn: Caturday comes early to Fark.

Interesting story about a cat...
Since Monday morning, we have had a black cat hanging around on our front porch.  He looks so much like one of our cats, that I thought it was him at first.  Only, he's slightly smaller.

We don't know who owns him.  We don't know where he came from.  The 2 of my neighbors that I thought might own him, have said they don't.

I feel kinda bad for the little guy.  He is hanging around our house like it's his, and seems confused by these people and other cats, that he doesn't know, coming and going.  I'm actually beginning to think that he thinks he IS one of our cats.  Like, "I see a black cat coming in and out of here all the time.  It must be me."
Assuming he really IS that stupid.



I think it's a lot more likely he's trying to get added to your clowder of cats.

"There's a nice human taking care of those other cats. Seems like a safe place... Maybe if I hang around he'll feed and protect me too."

Doesn't seem dumb to me, seems pretty smart actually. It's a big scary world out there full of danger and starvation... There's strength in numbers, and even more strength in getting one of the hyper-evolved primates that rule the world to take care of you and your buds.
 
2014-01-15 02:26:52 PM
Piggers are number one.  Piggers are gonna go all the way this year.

Goddamn right, Bob.
 
2014-01-15 02:27:01 PM
Came for Attica , leaving happy.
 
2014-01-15 02:27:15 PM

ilikeracecars: Mr. Right: EOA:  Prison officials say they're hoping to find the kittens homes among the staff.


How about they keep the cats and have inmates be responsible for them?  How about they have other pets as well?  There have been any number of programs among inmates, both juvenile and adult, that demonstrate that taking care of pets improves morale and helps teach responsibility among the inmates.  Things from cats, to dogs, to wild mustangs have been used in various prisons and worked quite well.

PETA and HSUS might have a problem with "abusing" the animals by having them in a prison facility but it could be beneficial to the inmates.

A quick google search indicates that there are many programs in prisons to take care of "death penalty" pets. Seems like a win/win situation.


but then the recidivism rate will go down and to many people will lose money on for profit prisons.

/agree, let the inmates keep the cats.
 
2014-01-15 02:36:21 PM

mongbiohazard: durbnpoisn: Caturday comes early to Fark.

Interesting story about a cat...
Since Monday morning, we have had a black cat hanging around on our front porch.  He looks so much like one of our cats, that I thought it was him at first.  Only, he's slightly smaller.

We don't know who owns him.  We don't know where he came from.  The 2 of my neighbors that I thought might own him, have said they don't.

I feel kinda bad for the little guy.  He is hanging around our house like it's his, and seems confused by these people and other cats, that he doesn't know, coming and going.  I'm actually beginning to think that he thinks he IS one of our cats.  Like, "I see a black cat coming in and out of here all the time.  It must be me."
Assuming he really IS that stupid.


I think it's a lot more likely he's trying to get added to your clowder of cats.

"There's a nice human taking care of those other cats. Seems like a safe place... Maybe if I hang around he'll feed and protect me too."

Doesn't seem dumb to me, seems pretty smart actually. It's a big scary world out there full of danger and starvation... There's strength in numbers, and even more strength in getting one of the hyper-evolved primates that rule the world to take care of you and your buds.


That actually, is my thought (outside of the joke I was making).  It really does seem that he's lost, but notices that there are cats being taken care of at my house.  He figures he can linger.   The only real hang up with his plan is that one of my cats absolutely HATES his intrusion, and is already pretty bent on trying to kill him.  It figures that our pure-bred Tonkanese is the one with the attitude.

I'm guessing that the only thing we can really do is NOT feed him, or we will end up with a resident stray whether we like it or not.
 
2014-01-15 02:37:34 PM
What the kitten may of looked like:

4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-01-15 02:41:50 PM
I would be perhaps a bit more worried about them.

My brother was in prison when a pregnant cat managed to enter the grounds.  She had a litter of kittens, but the inmates beat them.  Most died.  My brother managed to rescue one of the cats, hiding it in his room and training it to lie perfectly still so as to avoid detection by the guards.  He gave it to a social worker who took it home, and when he was released, he picked it up and brought it home.

That was the toughest, meanest cat ever.  It had little psychotic breaks that would send it into a blinding rage of claws and teeth, and then just as quickly retreat under a bed or table.  Often, these breaks were set off by people in blue jeans and white shoes; once it attacked a security guard whose uniform was blue and white, and did so much damage to his hand that it swelled to twice its size and he had to go the ER.  There was a dog in our neighborhood that would terrorize local animals, getting into people's yards and killing or injuring their pets.  Our cat put him in traction.

The cat lived to be 23 years old, only dying when he suffered simultaneous multiple-organ failure.  Until that day, he was still running around pouncing on unsuspecting victims.

/my point is: I hope those cats had a better time of it than he did.
//CSB, I know.
 
msP
2014-01-15 02:47:18 PM

durbnpoisn: Caturday comes early to Fark.

Interesting story about a cat...
Since Monday morning, we have had a black cat hanging around on our front porch.  He looks so much like one of our cats, that I thought it was him at first.  Only, he's slightly smaller.

We don't know who owns him.  We don't know where he came from.  The 2 of my neighbors that I thought might own him, have said they don't.

I feel kinda bad for the little guy.  He is hanging around our house like it's his, and seems confused by these people and other cats, that he doesn't know, coming and going.  I'm actually beginning to think that he thinks he IS one of our cats.  Like, "I see a black cat coming in and out of here all the time.  It must be me."
Assuming he really IS that stupid.


Cats, while annoying, aren't dumb. The feral ones are EXTREMELY good at getting humans to take care of them - you help them a single time and they'll never stop coming back. My advice to you is, unless you want another cat, ignore it and don't feed it or let it in your house. My mother made this mistake once and never again...

/hate cats.
//would take in every stray dog I ever saw if I could.
 
2014-01-15 02:49:00 PM
reillan:

Way to harsh my warm fuzzies man.
 
2014-01-15 02:49:00 PM
Used to work at a prison in Texas and the Ad-Seg wing had tons of feral cats that were adopted by inmates.  The cats were even trained to deliver contraband up and down the runs and run from officers when they walked their rounds.
 
2014-01-15 02:55:31 PM

uncleacid: They put the cats in a cage in a prison.


Animals!
 
2014-01-15 03:00:03 PM

Mr. Right: EOA:  Prison officials say they're hoping to find the kittens homes among the staff.


How about they keep the cats and have inmates be responsible for them?  How about they have other pets as well?  There have been any number of programs among inmates, both juvenile and adult, that demonstrate that taking care of pets improves morale and helps teach responsibility among the inmates.  Things from cats, to dogs, to wild mustangs have been used in various prisons and worked quite well.

PETA and HSUS might have a problem with "abusing" the animals by having them in a prison facility but it could be beneficial to the inmates.


The animals would have no idea that they were in prison, all they would know is that some nice humans were taking care of them and that they had a nice place to live. Big plus: the cats would certainly help with the rodent problem!
 
2014-01-15 03:03:31 PM
Good grief! First nuns breaking into nuclear facilities, now adorable kittens breaking into prisons!

I know what this is! The meek are inheriting the Earth!

Everybody panic. But no running. You'll hurt yourself.
 
2014-01-15 03:03:55 PM

brap: [i253.photobucket.com image 295x413]


Came for Cattica
 
2014-01-15 03:05:26 PM

brantgoose: Good grief! First nuns breaking into nuclear facilities, now adorable kittens breaking into prisons!

I know what this is! The meek are inheriting the Earth!

Everybody panic. But no running. You'll hurt yourself.


I think he said "Blessed are the cheesemakers".
 
2014-01-15 03:07:14 PM

reillan: I would be perhaps a bit more worried about them.

My brother was in prison when a pregnant cat managed to enter the grounds.  She had a litter of kittens, but the inmates beat them.  Most died.  My brother managed to rescue one of the cats, hiding it in his room and training it to lie perfectly still so as to avoid detection by the guards.  He gave it to a social worker who took it home, and when he was released, he picked it up and brought it home.

That was the toughest, meanest cat ever.  It had little psychotic breaks that would send it into a blinding rage of claws and teeth, and then just as quickly retreat under a bed or table.  Often, these breaks were set off by people in blue jeans and white shoes; once it attacked a security guard whose uniform was blue and white, and did so much damage to his hand that it swelled to twice its size and he had to go the ER.  There was a dog in our neighborhood that would terrorize local animals, getting into people's yards and killing or injuring their pets.  Our cat put him in traction.

The cat lived to be 23 years old, only dying when he suffered simultaneous multiple-organ failure.  Until that day, he was still running around pouncing on unsuspecting victims.

/my point is: I hope those cats had a better time of it than he did.
//CSB, I know.


I wsa thinking the same thing.   I don't think letting prisoners take care of the cats, they'd either hurt them or try to fark them, or both.
 
2014-01-15 03:07:27 PM

Bathia_Mapes: Pictures of the kitties


Now I have diabeetus. Thanks.
 
2014-01-15 03:10:31 PM

barefoot in the head: brap: [i253.photobucket.com image 295x413]

Came for Cattica


Holy Furry porno movie title overshare, Batman!
 
2014-01-15 03:12:36 PM
web.orange.co.uk
 
2014-01-15 03:13:30 PM
 *Crocodile Dundee voice
That's not a cute kitten.
THIS is a cute kitten.

i216.photobucket.com
 
2014-01-15 03:14:11 PM

Danger Mouse: reillan: I would be perhaps a bit more worried about them.

My brother was in prison when a pregnant cat managed to enter the grounds.  She had a litter of kittens, but the inmates beat them.  Most died.  My brother managed to rescue one of the cats, hiding it in his room and training it to lie perfectly still so as to avoid detection by the guards.  He gave it to a social worker who took it home, and when he was released, he picked it up and brought it home.

That was the toughest, meanest cat ever.  It had little psychotic breaks that would send it into a blinding rage of claws and teeth, and then just as quickly retreat under a bed or table.  Often, these breaks were set off by people in blue jeans and white shoes; once it attacked a security guard whose uniform was blue and white, and did so much damage to his hand that it swelled to twice its size and he had to go the ER.  There was a dog in our neighborhood that would terrorize local animals, getting into people's yards and killing or injuring their pets.  Our cat put him in traction.

The cat lived to be 23 years old, only dying when he suffered simultaneous multiple-organ failure.  Until that day, he was still running around pouncing on unsuspecting victims.

/my point is: I hope those cats had a better time of it than he did.
//CSB, I know.

I wsa thinking the same thing.   I don't think letting prisoners take care of the cats, they'd either hurt them or try to fark them, or both.


Well, now, it partly depends on the mentality of those prisoners.  There are prison programs were inmates train dogs as service animals, and it's been a great service for both animal and inmate.
 
2014-01-15 03:14:58 PM

Satan's Bunny Slippers: reillan:

Way to harsh my warm fuzzies man.


Unless you're looking for a Battle Cat.
 
2014-01-15 03:20:27 PM

There's Always A Bloody Ghost: The animals would have no idea that they were in prison, all they would know is that some nice humans were taking care of them and that they had a nice place to live. Big plus: the cats would certainly help with the rodent problem!


So you're saying that some of the prison guards may have cause for concern?
 
2014-01-15 03:31:01 PM

durbnpoisn: mongbiohazard: durbnpoisn: Caturday comes early to Fark.

Interesting story about a cat...
Since Monday morning, we have had a black cat hanging around on our front porch.  He looks so much like one of our cats, that I thought it was him at first.  Only, he's slightly smaller.

We don't know who owns him.  We don't know where he came from.  The 2 of my neighbors that I thought might own him, have said they don't.

I feel kinda bad for the little guy.  He is hanging around our house like it's his, and seems confused by these people and other cats, that he doesn't know, coming and going.  I'm actually beginning to think that he thinks he IS one of our cats.  Like, "I see a black cat coming in and out of here all the time.  It must be me."
Assuming he really IS that stupid.


I think it's a lot more likely he's trying to get added to your clowder of cats.

"There's a nice human taking care of those other cats. Seems like a safe place... Maybe if I hang around he'll feed and protect me too."

Doesn't seem dumb to me, seems pretty smart actually. It's a big scary world out there full of danger and starvation... There's strength in numbers, and even more strength in getting one of the hyper-evolved primates that rule the world to take care of you and your buds.

That actually, is my thought (outside of the joke I was making).  It really does seem that he's lost, but notices that there are cats being taken care of at my house.  He figures he can linger.   The only real hang up with his plan is that one of my cats absolutely HATES his intrusion, and is already pretty bent on trying to kill him.  It figures that our pure-bred Tonkanese is the one with the attitude.

I'm guessing that the only thing we can really do is NOT feed him, or we will end up with a resident stray whether we like it or not.



The cat may not be lost, someone may have dumped him in your neighborhood. He may be looking for a new home as his old one may be miles and miles away.
 
2014-01-15 03:34:13 PM

Mr. Right: There's Always A Bloody Ghost: The animals would have no idea that they were in prison, all they would know is that some nice humans were taking care of them and that they had a nice place to live. Big plus: the cats would certainly help with the rodent problem!

So you're saying that some of the prison guards may have cause for concern?


What you did there, I certainly see it!
 
2014-01-15 03:53:07 PM

brap: barefoot in the head: brap: [i253.photobucket.com image 295x413]

Came for Cattica

Holy Furry porno movie title overshare, Batman!


Some get disappointed if you don't announce ...
 
2014-01-15 04:03:34 PM
Why they picked burrito night, I'll never know.
 
2014-01-15 04:06:39 PM

ScaryBottles: [web.orange.co.uk image 400x225]


Damn that cat looks scared!
 
2014-01-15 04:44:54 PM

Snuffybud: durbnpoisn: mongbiohazard: durbnpoisn: Caturday comes early to Fark.

Interesting story about a cat...
Since Monday morning, we have had a black cat hanging around on our front porch.  He looks so much like one of our cats, that I thought it was him at first.  Only, he's slightly smaller.

We don't know who owns him.  We don't know where he came from.  The 2 of my neighbors that I thought might own him, have said they don't.

I feel kinda bad for the little guy.  He is hanging around our house like it's his, and seems confused by these people and other cats, that he doesn't know, coming and going.  I'm actually beginning to think that he thinks he IS one of our cats.  Like, "I see a black cat coming in and out of here all the time.  It must be me."
Assuming he really IS that stupid.


I think it's a lot more likely he's trying to get added to your clowder of cats.

"There's a nice human taking care of those other cats. Seems like a safe place... Maybe if I hang around he'll feed and protect me too."

Doesn't seem dumb to me, seems pretty smart actually. It's a big scary world out there full of danger and starvation... There's strength in numbers, and even more strength in getting one of the hyper-evolved primates that rule the world to take care of you and your buds.

That actually, is my thought (outside of the joke I was making).  It really does seem that he's lost, but notices that there are cats being taken care of at my house.  He figures he can linger.   The only real hang up with his plan is that one of my cats absolutely HATES his intrusion, and is already pretty bent on trying to kill him.  It figures that our pure-bred Tonkanese is the one with the attitude.

I'm guessing that the only thing we can really do is NOT feed him, or we will end up with a resident stray whether we like it or not.


The cat may not be lost, someone may have dumped him in your neighborhood. He may be looking for a new home as his old one may be miles and miles away.


And, presumably, his house looks a lot like mine, or something.
 
2014-01-15 04:53:38 PM

msP: durbnpoisn: Caturday comes early to Fark.

Interesting story about a cat...
Since Monday morning, we have had a black cat hanging around on our front porch.  He looks so much like one of our cats, that I thought it was him at first.  Only, he's slightly smaller.

We don't know who owns him.  We don't know where he came from.  The 2 of my neighbors that I thought might own him, have said they don't.

I feel kinda bad for the little guy.  He is hanging around our house like it's his, and seems confused by these people and other cats, that he doesn't know, coming and going.  I'm actually beginning to think that he thinks he IS one of our cats.  Like, "I see a black cat coming in and out of here all the time.  It must be me."
Assuming he really IS that stupid.

Cats, while annoying, aren't dumb. The feral ones are EXTREMELY good at getting humans to take care of them - you help them a single time and they'll never stop coming back. My advice to you is, unless you want another cat, ignore it and don't feed it or let it in your house. My mother made this mistake once and never again...

/hate cats.
//would take in every stray dog I ever saw if I could.


Could never understand, or trust people, that don't like cats. Something is broken in them.
 
2014-01-15 05:02:03 PM

Asgate: msP: /hate cats.
//would take in every stray dog I ever saw if I could.

Could never understand, or trust people, that don't like cats. Something is broken in them.


Sometimes they've been taught. msP, you are from Tallahassee, a southern city, and I always heard southerners tended to dislike cats. Anything to that? One reason I was given was that the cat is the only domestic animal not mentioned in the Bible.
 
msP
2014-01-15 05:30:30 PM

i upped my meds-up yours: Asgate: msP: /hate cats.
//would take in every stray dog I ever saw if I could.

Could never understand, or trust people, that don't like cats. Something is broken in them.

Sometimes they've been taught. msP, you are from Tallahassee, a southern city, and I always heard southerners tended to dislike cats. Anything to that? One reason I was given was that the cat is the only domestic animal not mentioned in the Bible.


I'm only in this godforsaken town for four more months. I'm not originally from the south, I'm from the UK. And I'm also an atheist, so the bible thing isn't applicable either. (though thanks for the interesting tid bit, haha). I did not know that people in the South disliked cats, either...

And I had a cat of my own that I desperately begged my parents for when I was 12, I took the best care of it and it was a demon. It would hide behind walls and jump out and viciously attack (not being playful). It would sit on your lap while you pet it and then all of a sudden bite you and draw blood (unprovoked, for no reason). I had a party one year at the end of high school and it disappeared- the only reason anyone in my family noticed is because they weren't running across the house in fear for their ankles anymore. I cried when my rabbit died, I cried when my dog died- they both got buried in the backyard (my dog with his own tombstone). The cat didn't get a single tear, nor any sort of posthumous recognition. 

On top of that, I have never met a cat I liked. They always look dirty, and they smell bad, and they make the part of the house with the litter box smell bad, and they are evil, and don't show affection like dogs do, and I could go on...

I can't understand or trust people who like cats. I especially can't understand or trust people who don't like dogs...
 
2014-01-15 05:54:43 PM

msP: i upped my meds-up yours: Asgate: msP: /hate cats.
//would take in every stray dog I ever saw if I could.

Could never understand, or trust people, that don't like cats. Something is broken in them.

Sometimes they've been taught. msP, you are from Tallahassee, a southern city, and I always heard southerners tended to dislike cats. Anything to that? One reason I was given was that the cat is the only domestic animal not mentioned in the Bible.

I'm only in this godforsaken town for four more months. I'm not originally from the south, I'm from the UK. And I'm also an atheist, so the bible thing isn't applicable either. (though thanks for the interesting tid bit, haha). I did not know that people in the South disliked cats, either...

And I had a cat of my own that I desperately begged my parents for when I was 12, I took the best care of it and it was a demon. It would hide behind walls and jump out and viciously attack (not being playful). It would sit on your lap while you pet it and then all of a sudden bite you and draw blood (unprovoked, for no reason). I had a party one year at the end of high school and it disappeared- the only reason anyone in my family noticed is because they weren't running across the house in fear for their ankles anymore. I cried when my rabbit died, I cried when my dog died- they both got buried in the backyard (my dog with his own tombstone). The cat didn't get a single tear, nor any sort of posthumous recognition. 

On top of that, I have never met a cat I liked. They always look dirty, and they smell bad, and they make the part of the house with the litter box smell bad, and they are evil, and don't show affection like dogs do, and I could go on...

I can't understand or trust people who like cats. I especially can't understand or trust people who don't like dogs...


  I am sorry you had a bad experience with a cat, but that is like saying that every dog is bad because some bite and some kill babies. It makes no sense.

  My three cats are very affectionate. All three tend to make sure they are in the same room as I am no matter how much I move around. One of them is almost always in my lap.  Unlike a dog, I can still eat or read or work on the computer while giving it some attention.  Some days the only thing that keeps me from wanting to kill myself is holding one of my cats and hugging it while it purrs up a storm.

 The only cats I have seen that tend to be dirty (or smelly) are sick or mistreated. Usually even feral cats keep themselves cleaner than dogs.

  As for a cat box, tending it regularly and using deodorizer on it will keep it from smelling up the house; but I guess if you prefer walking your dog and picking up its crap (or leaving the mess for someone else to clean up) a couple of times a day that is your option.

  I like dogs, but for a busy single person who has to travel a part of the job and lives in small apartment in the city, having one is not a real option.  I find it interesting that you seem to think it is an either/or issue.
 
2014-01-15 06:01:13 PM

mongbiohazard: clowder


Thank you so very much... I finally, (at 16:59) learned something new today.

Noun
clowder (plural )
A group of Cats
 
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