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(KSPR Springfield)   Harvard's "black mass" angers Catholics who hate everything dark and sensual and I'll be in my bunk holding mass of my own   (kspr.com) divider line 215
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2014-05-12 06:42:02 PM  

iheartscotch: Weaver95: InterruptingQuirk: lockers: Our beliefs cannot stand up to mocking!

FTA ""Our purpose is not to denigrate any religion or faith, which would be repugnant to our educational purposes," the Harvard student group said in a statement, "but instead to learn and experience the history of different cultural practices.""

This is merely an educational exercise.

Hmm. Summoning demons for fun. Well that's a problem that kinda solves itself. Shine on you crazy diamonds.

Jesus, a black mass? Are they serious? They realize that desecrating the relics of a religion is a pretty big social faux pas, right?

Hopefully, they actually manage to summon Satan (or a Malacoda) and get pulled down to burn in hell for all eternity.

/ you don't joke around with demon summoning. There's too much weird shiat in the universe, for my taste at least, than to intentionally draw the evil eye.


You ever stop and think that maybe "evil" was created by the church to back-up it's belief system and keep you in the church?
 
2014-05-12 06:42:31 PM  

Tax Boy: EqualOpportunityEnslaver: yanceylebeef: Wait...the Harvard President's name is Faust?

Someone is playing shenanigans.

Was going to say the same thing - this article CAN'T be real with that name in play, can it?



What Harvard President Drew Faust might look like.

/admit it, you thought it would be a guy too.


Indeed I did. The More You Know.....
 
2014-05-12 06:43:31 PM  
FTFA: But Harvard University President Drew Faust called the plans to reenact a black Mass "abhorrent" and a "fundamental affront to values of inclusion, belonging and mutual respect that must define our community."

...

Wait.

I thought the values of inclusion would stipulate that more than the viewpoint you like be included too.

Why doesn't the president of Harvard know the meaning of this word?
 
2014-05-12 06:44:46 PM  

MassAsster: iheartscotch: Weaver95: InterruptingQuirk: lockers: Our beliefs cannot stand up to mocking!

FTA ""Our purpose is not to denigrate any religion or faith, which would be repugnant to our educational purposes," the Harvard student group said in a statement, "but instead to learn and experience the history of different cultural practices.""

This is merely an educational exercise.

Hmm. Summoning demons for fun. Well that's a problem that kinda solves itself. Shine on you crazy diamonds.

Jesus, a black mass? Are they serious? They realize that desecrating the relics of a religion is a pretty big social faux pas, right?

Hopefully, they actually manage to summon Satan (or a Malacoda) and get pulled down to burn in hell for all eternity.

/ you don't joke around with demon summoning. There's too much weird shiat in the universe, for my taste at least, than to intentionally draw the evil eye.

You ever stop and think that maybe "evil" was created by the church to back-up it's belief system and keep you in the church?


I'm guessing the concept of evil predates 67 AD or so.
 
2014-05-12 06:44:58 PM  

iheartscotch: Weaver95: InterruptingQuirk: lockers: Our beliefs cannot stand up to mocking!

FTA ""Our purpose is not to denigrate any religion or faith, which would be repugnant to our educational purposes," the Harvard student group said in a statement, "but instead to learn and experience the history of different cultural practices.""

This is merely an educational exercise.

Hmm. Summoning demons for fun. Well that's a problem that kinda solves itself. Shine on you crazy diamonds.

Jesus, a black mass? Are they serious? They realize that desecrating the relics of a religion is a pretty big social faux pas, right?

Hopefully, they actually manage to summon Satan (or a Malacoda) and get pulled down to burn in hell for all eternity.

/ you don't joke around with demon summoning. There's too much weird shiat in the universe, for my taste at least, than to intentionally draw the evil eye.


Uh huh. I'll th rub the bible on my ass until I chafe and it still won't make fairy tales real. Demons are as fictional as flying carpets, Ents and Voltron.

A black mass carries with it exactly the same level of supernatural threat that any other mystic/religious ceremony does - none at all.
 
2014-05-12 06:45:08 PM  

fusillade762: genner: Mouser: InterruptingQuirk: lockers: Our beliefs cannot stand up to mocking!

FTA ""Our purpose is not to denigrate any religion or faith, which would be repugnant to our educational purposes," the Harvard student group said in a statement, "but instead to learn and experience the history of different cultural practices.""

This is merely an educational exercise.

Perhaps they could hold a witch-burning, too.  You know, as an educational exercise.

...and maybe some blackface theater while their at it.

Being black is a choice.


You missed the part were they're celebrating  the rich history of different cultural practices and not trying to offend anyone.
 
2014-05-12 06:45:33 PM  

MassAsster: iheartscotch: Weaver95: InterruptingQuirk: lockers: Our beliefs cannot stand up to mocking!

FTA ""Our purpose is not to denigrate any religion or faith, which would be repugnant to our educational purposes," the Harvard student group said in a statement, "but instead to learn and experience the history of different cultural practices.""

This is merely an educational exercise.

Hmm. Summoning demons for fun. Well that's a problem that kinda solves itself. Shine on you crazy diamonds.

Jesus, a black mass? Are they serious? They realize that desecrating the relics of a religion is a pretty big social faux pas, right?

Hopefully, they actually manage to summon Satan (or a Malacoda) and get pulled down to burn in hell for all eternity.

/ you don't joke around with demon summoning. There's too much weird shiat in the universe, for my taste at least, than to intentionally draw the evil eye.

You ever stop and think that maybe "evil" was created by the church to back-up it's belief system and keep you in the church?


crimemagazine.com

You're right, there is no such thing as evil
 
2014-05-12 06:45:35 PM  

Weaver95: Hmm. Summoning demons for fun. Well that's a problem that kinda solves itself. Shine on you crazy diamonds.


According to Anton Levay himself it's just Ayn Rand's philosophy with some rituals thrown in. No worship of anything except the ego, and the almighty dollar. Ideal for the modern CEO. No surprise Harvard is embracing it.
 
2014-05-12 06:47:09 PM  

grumpfuff: iheartscotch: They realize that desecrating the relics of a religion is a pretty big social faux pas, right?

Christians, especially Catholicism, have no right to complain about desecrating other religions, given it's history.


I assume you refer to the Second Crusade and Richard the Lionheart's various deeds? Especially, the massacre of Ayyadieh?

I assure you; that those events happened 900 years ago, if they happened at all. Everyone who was involved those acts are all dead. Their great grand children are dead too.
 
2014-05-12 06:47:29 PM  

This text is now purple: This is the semi-pro level of trolling, though. There's no real risk of backlash or public shaming by the Catholics.

These guys should step up to the big leagues and embrace a spirit of arbeit macht frei and commit some old-fashioned anti-semitism, or host a gallery night devoted to depictions of Muhammad through the ages. Preferably something avant garde involving women's study's majors using old menstrual blood.


In Boston?!? You're not very familiar with Boston, are you? It's a pretty Catholic place.
 
2014-05-12 06:47:45 PM  
So will there be a lot of dancing around and people in really awesome looking suits?
 
2014-05-12 06:48:16 PM  
And? Your sacred cows are my cheeseburgers. Get over yourselves.
 
2014-05-12 06:48:31 PM  
Of course if the group were to perform a mockery of Islam, democrats wpuld be lining up to denigrate the group; see Brandeis
 
2014-05-12 06:48:32 PM  

Trayal: I thought the values of inclusion would stipulate that more than the viewpoint you like be included too.

Why doesn't the president of Harvard know the meaning of this word?


Not understanding that word is a job requirement.
 
2014-05-12 06:49:30 PM  

Smeggy Smurf: MassAsster: iheartscotch: Weaver95: InterruptingQuirk: lockers: Our beliefs cannot stand up to mocking!

FTA ""Our purpose is not to denigrate any religion or faith, which would be repugnant to our educational purposes," the Harvard student group said in a statement, "but instead to learn and experience the history of different cultural practices.""

This is merely an educational exercise.

Hmm. Summoning demons for fun. Well that's a problem that kinda solves itself. Shine on you crazy diamonds.

Jesus, a black mass? Are they serious? They realize that desecrating the relics of a religion is a pretty big social faux pas, right?

Hopefully, they actually manage to summon Satan (or a Malacoda) and get pulled down to burn in hell for all eternity.

/ you don't joke around with demon summoning. There's too much weird shiat in the universe, for my taste at least, than to intentionally draw the evil eye.

You ever stop and think that maybe "evil" was created by the church to back-up it's belief system and keep you in the church?

[crimemagazine.com image 402x402]

You're right, there is no such thing as evil



ok... we can travel down that road.

upload.wikimedia.org


/Point was, the concept of "the devil" -  every Hero needs a nemesis
 
2014-05-12 06:50:10 PM  

mongbiohazard: iheartscotch: Weaver95: InterruptingQuirk: lockers: Our beliefs cannot stand up to mocking!

FTA ""Our purpose is not to denigrate any religion or faith, which would be repugnant to our educational purposes," the Harvard student group said in a statement, "but instead to learn and experience the history of different cultural practices.""

This is merely an educational exercise.

Hmm. Summoning demons for fun. Well that's a problem that kinda solves itself. Shine on you crazy diamonds.

Jesus, a black mass? Are they serious? They realize that desecrating the relics of a religion is a pretty big social faux pas, right?

Hopefully, they actually manage to summon Satan (or a Malacoda) and get pulled down to burn in hell for all eternity.

/ you don't joke around with demon summoning. There's too much weird shiat in the universe, for my taste at least, than to intentionally draw the evil eye.

Uh huh. I'll th rub the bible on my ass until I chafe and it still won't make fairy tales real. Demons are as fictional as flying carpets, Ents and Voltron.

A black mass carries with it exactly the same level of supernatural threat that any other mystic/religious ceremony does - none at all.


YOU TAKE THAT BACK!!!!!

/Treebeard is my friend
 
2014-05-12 06:50:40 PM  

J. Frank Parnell: Weaver95: Hmm. Summoning demons for fun. Well that's a problem that kinda solves itself. Shine on you crazy diamonds.

According to Anton Levay himself it's just Ayn Rand's philosophy with some rituals thrown in. No worship of anything except the ego, and the almighty dollar. Ideal for the modern CEO. No surprise Harvard is embracing it.


I do love when you liberals show your utmost ignorance of Rand. Yes. She lived the dollar, except for the fact that honoring the dollar was exactly the opposite of what We The Living or The Fountainhead did. Both had destitute heroes and rich villains.

So other than utter ignorance, what was the point of your rant?
 
2014-05-12 06:50:58 PM  

Ed Grubermann: And? Your sacred cows are my cheeseburgers. Get over yourselves.


You know what's good after a Hindu wedding?  Going out for some extra sacred burgers.

// Hindu weddings are farking awesome other than the lack of beef.
 
2014-05-12 06:51:05 PM  

iheartscotch: grumpfuff: iheartscotch: They realize that desecrating the relics of a religion is a pretty big social faux pas, right?

Christians, especially Catholicism, have no right to complain about desecrating other religions, given it's history.

I assume you refer to the Second Crusade and Richard the Lionheart's various deeds? Especially, the massacre of Ayyadieh?

I assure you; that those events happened 900 years ago, if they happened at all. Everyone who was involved those acts are all dead. Their great grand children are dead too.


Too bad there aren't more recent examples. Like maybe the wholesale destruction of the religions and cultures of the Americas.
 
2014-05-12 06:51:23 PM  

iheartscotch: grumpfuff: iheartscotch: They realize that desecrating the relics of a religion is a pretty big social faux pas, right?

Christians, especially Catholicism, have no right to complain about desecrating other religions, given it's history.

I assume you refer to the Second Crusade and Richard the Lionheart's various deeds? Especially, the massacre of Ayyadieh?

I assure you; that those events happened 900 years ago, if they happened at all. Everyone who was involved those acts are all dead. Their great grand children are dead too.


I was actually referring to the systematic wiping out of pagan beliefs(and opposing Christian beliefs) that lead to the Vatican's rise to power, and their continual dismissal of anything not Christian as evil or Satanic.

And...Crusade denial? Really? That's a thing?
 
2014-05-12 06:51:50 PM  
It ain't a Black Mass without an alter.

/She better be hot!
 
2014-05-12 06:52:48 PM  
Not sure why there's a problem with this really. The whole point of satanism is to be the opposite of christian (mostly catholic) dogma. Depending on the version of satanism that is. As someone who is about to enter his 40s, I just can't find the time to care that much. I used to get mad that people came to my door on the weekends to try to convert me. Now, I just kindly say "No Thank you" and let them get on with their day. I guess I can understand the catholic position on it but, they really need to realize that, its not their call.
 
2014-05-12 06:53:30 PM  
I hear they are going to drink blood, eat flesh, dress in weird robes and burn candles...how this is different from a regular Catholic Mass I am not sure,maybe they don't like the competition?
 
2014-05-12 06:53:48 PM  

iheartscotch: / you don't joke around with demon summoning. There's too much weird shiat in the universe, for my taste at least, than to intentionally draw the evil eye.


Demons aren't real. Evil is not a force.
 
2014-05-12 06:54:10 PM  

MassAsster: iheartscotch: Weaver95: InterruptingQuirk: lockers: Our beliefs cannot stand up to mocking!

FTA ""Our purpose is not to denigrate any religion or faith, which would be repugnant to our educational purposes," the Harvard student group said in a statement, "but instead to learn and experience the history of different cultural practices.""

This is merely an educational exercise.

Hmm. Summoning demons for fun. Well that's a problem that kinda solves itself. Shine on you crazy diamonds.

Jesus, a black mass? Are they serious? They realize that desecrating the relics of a religion is a pretty big social faux pas, right?

Hopefully, they actually manage to summon Satan (or a Malacoda) and get pulled down to burn in hell for all eternity.

/ you don't joke around with demon summoning. There's too much weird shiat in the universe, for my taste at least, than to intentionally draw the evil eye.

You ever stop and think that maybe "evil" was created by the church to back-up it's belief system and keep you in the church?


Evil, as personified as Satan, is a poorly disguised version of the Greek god Hades.

Still, the universe is a pretty vast place. Who's to say that there aren't forces that are beyond our understanding?

I will admit; I spent my formative years getting indoctrinated by nuns. The church has problems; I'll admit that. But, that doesn't mean that I'm going to lead the black mass and sacrifice a virgin to Quetzalcoatl. It's just verboten.
 
2014-05-12 06:54:47 PM  

Ed Grubermann: And? Your sacred cows are my cheeseburgers. Get over yourselves.


That philosophy is all fun and games until some grinds your beliefs into a patty.
 
2014-05-12 06:57:07 PM  

MyRandomName: So other than utter ignorance, what was the point of your rant?


The part of it that relates to this article. I might have been wrong about her worshiping money, but Satanism is still just hollow self worship. Not anything for Christians to be afraid of. Many of them are just as guilty of it themselves.
 
2014-05-12 06:57:54 PM  

burnvictim: the catholic position on it


Missionary?
 
2014-05-12 06:59:09 PM  

genner: Ed Grubermann: And? Your sacred cows are my cheeseburgers. Get over yourselves.

That philosophy is all fun and games until some grinds your beliefs into a patty.


And how is their right to believe superseded by my demand to not be offended? Oh, right. It isn't.
 
2014-05-12 06:59:23 PM  

fusillade762: burnvictim: the catholic position on it

Missionary?


Missionary up the butt to preserve virginity
 
2014-05-12 06:59:24 PM  

fusillade762: burnvictim: the catholic position on it

Missionary?


Yes, and with no condom apparently
 
2014-05-12 07:00:00 PM  
Aren't satanists just really trolly atheists?
 
2014-05-12 07:00:22 PM  
Deathbent
Warped mind
Tripped out
Out of line
Body count rise again
Sick and hellbent
Broke and twisted
The end isn't far behind
 
2014-05-12 07:01:24 PM  

mongbiohazard: iheartscotch: Weaver95: InterruptingQuirk: lockers: Our beliefs cannot stand up to mocking!

FTA ""Our purpose is not to denigrate any religion or faith, which would be repugnant to our educational purposes," the Harvard student group said in a statement, "but instead to learn and experience the history of different cultural practices.""

This is merely an educational exercise.

Hmm. Summoning demons for fun. Well that's a problem that kinda solves itself. Shine on you crazy diamonds.

Jesus, a black mass? Are they serious? They realize that desecrating the relics of a religion is a pretty big social faux pas, right?

Hopefully, they actually manage to summon Satan (or a Malacoda) and get pulled down to burn in hell for all eternity.

/ you don't joke around with demon summoning. There's too much weird shiat in the universe, for my taste at least, than to intentionally draw the evil eye.

Uh huh. I'll th rub the bible on my ass until I chafe and it still won't make fairy tales real. Demons are as fictional as flying carpets, Ents and Voltron.

A black mass carries with it exactly the same level of supernatural threat that any other mystic/religious ceremony does - none at all.


Ok, have fun storming the castle!

You can sacrifice all the goats you want. I just think that it's in poor taste. And a waste of goat meat. I don't think they'll actually manage to summon anything; besides the cops if they play their music too loud.
 
2014-05-12 07:02:28 PM  

s2s2s2: Aren't satanists just really trolly atheists?


Yes.  Fark didn't exist back then, so they were doing the best they could.
 
2014-05-12 07:02:41 PM  
Well I hope somebody films it, I want to see the what a $30k/semester buys at the  Intellect Store.
 
2014-05-12 07:02:59 PM  
img.fark.net
 
2014-05-12 07:03:09 PM  

Ed Grubermann: genner: Ed Grubermann: And? Your sacred cows are my cheeseburgers. Get over yourselves.

That philosophy is all fun and games until some grinds your beliefs into a patty.

And how is their right to believe superseded by my demand to not be offended? Oh, right. It isn't.


Just ask yourself what would have happened if they were putting on a blackface production  and then explain why that isn't happening here.
 
2014-05-12 07:03:13 PM  
Satanism is religious trolling.

/so stop feeding the trolls, Catholics.
 
2014-05-12 07:03:57 PM  

abhorrent1: Does "black mass" mean frat bros anally raping pledges?


No, that's Tuesday.
 
2014-05-12 07:05:46 PM  

J. Frank Parnell: Weaver95: Hmm. Summoning demons for fun. Well that's a problem that kinda solves itself. Shine on you crazy diamonds.

According to Anton Levay himself it's just Ayn Rand's philosophy with some rituals thrown in. No worship of anything except the ego, and the almighty dollar. Ideal for the modern CEO. No surprise Harvard is embracing it.


in some ways that's even worse.  a general call to whatever happens to be skulking around and asking it to come for a visit?  unwise.  if you're going to do a full on ritual, it had better be focused and have a clearly defined purpose.  'putting on a show' is just an invitation for trouble.  good luck with that!
 
2014-05-12 07:06:41 PM  
"It is deeply regrettable that the organizers of this event

it mocks a deeply sacred event in Catholicism, and is highly offensive to many in the Church and beyond."

"deep sadness and strong opposition"

to stage an event that is so deeply disturbing and offensive to many


Ok enough we EXTREMELY get it. Relax yourself EXTREMELY and take an extreme chill pill already.
 
2014-05-12 07:07:27 PM  

iheartscotch: MassAsster: iheartscotch: Weaver95: InterruptingQuirk: lockers: Our beliefs cannot stand up to mocking!

FTA ""Our purpose is not to denigrate any religion or faith, which would be repugnant to our educational purposes," the Harvard student group said in a statement, "but instead to learn and experience the history of different cultural practices.""

This is merely an educational exercise.

Hmm. Summoning demons for fun. Well that's a problem that kinda solves itself. Shine on you crazy diamonds.

Jesus, a black mass? Are they serious? They realize that desecrating the relics of a religion is a pretty big social faux pas, right?

Hopefully, they actually manage to summon Satan (or a Malacoda) and get pulled down to burn in hell for all eternity.

/ you don't joke around with demon summoning. There's too much weird shiat in the universe, for my taste at least, than to intentionally draw the evil eye.

You ever stop and think that maybe "evil" was created by the church to back-up it's belief system and keep you in the church?

Evil, as personified as Satan, is a poorly disguised version of the Greek god Hades.

Still, the universe is a pretty vast place. Who's to say that there aren't forces that are beyond our understanding?

I will admit; I spent my formative years getting indoctrinated by nuns. The church has problems; I'll admit that. But, that doesn't mean that I'm going to lead the black mass and sacrifice a virgin to Quetzalcoatl. It's just verboten.


Forces "beyond our understanding" doesn't mean "ridiculous winged 1/2 goat creatures who tempt you, and you shouldn't eat meat on Friday". It really means "gee, a Grand Unified Theory is farking hard for our little mammal brains."
 
2014-05-12 07:08:05 PM  

grumpfuff: iheartscotch: grumpfuff: iheartscotch: They realize that desecrating the relics of a religion is a pretty big social faux pas, right?

Christians, especially Catholicism, have no right to complain about desecrating other religions, given it's history.

I assume you refer to the Second Crusade and Richard the Lionheart's various deeds? Especially, the massacre of Ayyadieh?

I assure you; that those events happened 900 years ago, if they happened at all. Everyone who was involved those acts are all dead. Their great grand children are dead too.

I was actually referring to the systematic wiping out of pagan beliefs(and opposing Christian beliefs) that lead to the Vatican's rise to power, and their continual dismissal of anything not Christian as evil or Satanic.

And...Crusade denial? Really? That's a thing?


You mean like the wiping out of the cult of Dionysus in the centuries following Rome's acceptance of Christianity? That's even older than the crusades.

I'm not denying that the crusades happened; I'm questioning what actually happened. How can we ever be sure that Richard the Lionheart actually lead a coalition of 35,000 men to reconquer the holy land from Salidin?
 
2014-05-12 07:08:43 PM  
Mugato: Who spends the money to go to Harvard to major in "cultural studies"?

/and yeah, "Faust"? That's a joke, right?


It's no joke.  Those guys aren't there for the education, they're there to meet other rich and otherwise well connected scions of the 1%.
The girl behind me in NOT Harvard was very honest about it.  "My parents sent me here to get married to a doctor or a lawyer".  That's from my 1992 class, Intro to Illustration.  I'm sure she's done far better than I.

Think - George Bush, Is it more clear now?

not being snarky-apologies if it comes off that way
 
2014-05-12 07:10:07 PM  

iheartscotch: Evil, as personified as Satan, is a poorly disguised version of the Greek god Hades.

Still, the universe is a pretty vast place. Who's to say that there aren't forces that are beyond our understanding?

I will admit; I spent my formative years getting indoctrinated by nuns. The church has problems; I'll admit that. But, that doesn't mean that I'm going to lead the black mass and sacrifice a virgin to Quetzalcoatl. It's just verboten.


There is so much wrong in this post, I'm not even sure where to begin. Let's try though.

Satan is an appropriation of the satan(the adversary) from the OT. However, instead of being God's prosecutor, he's now an independent evil force. His image largely stems from appropriations of the Greek god Pan, while his attitude and personality comes mostly from the OT.

The universe is a pretty vast place, sure, but that does not logically entail there is a force for evil. Your conclusion does not follow the premise.

There is no human sacrifice at a Black Mass, and there never was.

Finally, Quetzacoatl was an Aztec god(Kukulkan to the Maya, , the civilizing god who brought things such as architecture, math, and writing. Most human sacrifices were offered to  Tezcatlipoca, not Quetzacoatl.
 
2014-05-12 07:11:24 PM  

genner: Ed Grubermann: genner: Ed Grubermann: And? Your sacred cows are my cheeseburgers. Get over yourselves.

That philosophy is all fun and games until some grinds your beliefs into a patty.

And how is their right to believe superseded by my demand to not be offended? Oh, right. It isn't.

Just ask yourself what would have happened if they were putting on a blackface production  and then explain why that isn't happening here.


Because religion is a choice and race is not.

Because religion has been used to justify and perpetuate racism, slavery and other forms of discrimination over the centuries.

Because racial minorities have needed protection and religious majorities have been what people need protection from.

Etc.etc.etc...
 
2014-05-12 07:11:54 PM  
grumpfuff:The universe is a pretty vast place, sure, but that does not logically entail there is a force for evil. Your conclusion does not follow the premise.

which isn't to say there might not be something out there that just likes to show up and call itself the universal force for evil.
 
2014-05-12 07:12:32 PM  

Mugato: abhorrent1: Does "black mass" mean frat bros anally raping pledges?

No, that's Tuesday.


And the rest of the time it's top-shelf pussy others could only dream of?
 
2014-05-12 07:12:56 PM  

Marcintosh: Those guys aren't there for the education, they're there to meet other rich and otherwise well connected scions of the 1%.
The girl behind me in NOT Harvard was very honest about it.  "My parents sent me here to get married to a doctor or a lawyer"


Ugh. That's disgusting. Not surprising though.
 
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