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2019-12-01 07:47:10 PM  
That's nice. And if it works, please extend it to all inmates. We want everybody to do well when they leave.
 
2019-12-01 09:51:34 PM  

edmo: That's nice. And if it works, please extend it to all inmates. We want everybody to do well when they leave.


Agreed.
 
2019-12-01 09:54:37 PM  
Given that veterans, like other prison populations, have specific needs, it seems like actually a good thing. Mental health related specifically to things like PTSD, specifically. Other states have special units for elderly prisoners because of their health needs.
 
2019-12-01 09:55:54 PM  
Is it going to be on a oil platform in the middle of the ocean?
 
2019-12-01 10:04:22 PM  

edmo: That's nice. And if it works, please extend it to all inmates. We want everybody to do well when they leave.


Ditto. I'll accept a tipsy coachman decision every now and then if it leads to more positives than consequences.
 
2019-12-01 10:06:11 PM  

mrparks: Is it going to be on a oil platform in the middle of the ocean?


Do you want The Enclave? Because that's how you get Enclave remnants all over.
 
2019-12-01 10:06:59 PM  

edmo: That's nice. And if it works, please extend it to all inmates. We want everybody to do well when they leave.


Ehh, it's a bit to get the VA to be responsible for medical care.
 
2019-12-01 10:19:13 PM  
One kind of government facility (jail/prison) for a certain demographic which the government deems worthy of higher quality accommodations, and a separate but equal facility for others.

I'm sure this is the first time any state in the former Confederacy has ever done anything like this, and am equally sure that this will end perfectly well with absolutely no unintended consequences and no mistreatment of the people who are forced to use the separate but equal facilities.
 
2019-12-01 10:23:24 PM  
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2019-12-01 10:23:45 PM  

mrparks: Is it going to be on a oil platform in the middle of the ocean?


New York actually - you see they built this big wall all around Manhattan...
 
2019-12-01 10:28:33 PM  
Serious: It's scary that there would be enough of a need for it.

Joke: I'm guessing this is where movie villains go to get henchmen.
 
2019-12-01 10:34:12 PM  

ArkAngel: Given that veterans, like other prison populations, have specific needs, it seems like actually a good thing. Mental health related specifically to things like PTSD, specifically. Other states have special units for elderly prisoners because of their health needs.


You can also get PTSD by seeing a crackhead stab your momma to death.
 
2019-12-01 10:35:13 PM  
Wow, could that article have had any fewer details and still been a page?
 
2019-12-01 10:38:19 PM  

Gyrfalcon: Wow, could that article have had any fewer details and still been a page?


If you'd just pay for your new, they'll finally have incentive to produce higher-quality journalism than they can right now.
 
2019-12-01 10:40:02 PM  
Be advised:  I'm mean, nasty, and tired.  I eat concertina wire and piss napalm, and I can put a round in a flea's ass at 200 meters, so why don't you go jump somebody else's leg before I push yours in, Dogface.
 
2019-12-01 10:44:08 PM  
Why the fail tag? This is a good thing. Same with Veteran courts that have been created specifically to deal with issues like pain medication addiction, alcoholism and other things that can sometimes be traced by medically to issues related to their service in combat.

We have a veterans court and it's been a huge success in lowering rates of recidivism of people who have been through it.
 
2019-12-01 10:56:27 PM  

HideAndGoFarkYourself: Why the fail tag? This is a good thing. Same with Veteran courts that have been created specifically to deal with issues like pain medication addiction, alcoholism and other things that can sometimes be traced by medically to issues related to their service in combat.

We have a veterans court and it's been a huge success in lowering rates of recidivism of people who have been through it.


Why do we as a society only pretend to give a shiat about veterans (to be clear, our actions indicate that we don't give a shiat about veterans, see here)?  Why are we acting like the ancient Romans or Spartans in that we're fetishizing the military?
 
2019-12-01 11:06:36 PM  

dittybopper: Be advised:  I'm mean, nasty, and tired.  I eat concertina wire and piss napalm, and I can put a round in a flea's ass at 200 meters, so why don't you go jump somebody else's leg before I push yours in, Dogface.


Dude, pretty sure there a cream for that.  Maybe it is a salve.  What's the difference between a cream and a salve?  I guess the salve is more thicker, less runny than a cream.  But I think they have either a cream or a salve for that.
 
2019-12-01 11:13:14 PM  

zang: ArkAngel: Given that veterans, like other prison populations, have specific needs, it seems like actually a good thing. Mental health related specifically to things like PTSD, specifically. Other states have special units for elderly prisoners because of their health needs.

You can also get PTSD by seeing a crackhead stab your momma to death.


True, but vets with PTSD tend to share a lot of common issues, so that you can staff and plan for their likely appearance.  Random trauma-related PTSD is... well kinda random and difficult to plan for, since who knows WTF.  Military PTSD tends to be from a fairly small (comparatively) pool of related causation.
 
2019-12-01 11:14:15 PM  

almejita: dittybopper: Be advised:  I'm mean, nasty, and tired.  I eat concertina wire and piss napalm, and I can put a round in a flea's ass at 200 meters, so why don't you go jump somebody else's leg before I push yours in, Dogface.

Dude, pretty sure there a cream for that.  Maybe it is a salve.  What's the difference between a cream and a salve?  I guess the salve is more thicker, less runny than a cream.  But I think they have either a cream or a salve for that.


Cream? You don't need no cream in the military, take more Motrin!
 
2019-12-01 11:16:42 PM  

Theeng: almejita: dittybopper: Be advised:  I'm mean, nasty, and tired.  I eat concertina wire and piss napalm, and I can put a round in a flea's ass at 200 meters, so why don't you go jump somebody else's leg before I push yours in, Dogface.

Dude, pretty sure there a cream for that.  Maybe it is a salve.  What's the difference between a cream and a salve?  I guess the salve is more thicker, less runny than a cream.  But I think they have either a cream or a salve for that.

Cream? You don't need no cream in the military, take more Motrin!


But I can't fit anymore down the pee hole!

/I have no idea.
 
2019-12-01 11:19:04 PM  
There wasn't a whole lot of article in that article.
 
2019-12-01 11:53:31 PM  

zang: ArkAngel: Given that veterans, like other prison populations, have specific needs, it seems like actually a good thing. Mental health related specifically to things like PTSD, specifically. Other states have special units for elderly prisoners because of their health needs.

You can also get PTSD by seeing a crackhead stab your momma to death.


I'd have to say that servicemen PTSD is more of the fault of society, thus should be dealt with, now.
 
2019-12-01 11:55:05 PM  

almejita: dittybopper: Be advised:  I'm mean, nasty, and tired.  I eat concertina wire and piss napalm, and I can put a round in a flea's ass at 200 meters, so why don't you go jump somebody else's leg before I push yours in, Dogface.

Dude, pretty sure there a cream for that.  Maybe it is a salve.  What's the difference between a cream and a salve?  I guess the salve is more thicker, less runny than a cream.  But I think they have either a cream or a salve for that.


Antibiotic.  Because gonorrhea.
 
2019-12-01 11:58:47 PM  

dittybopper: almejita: dittybopper: Be advised:  I'm mean, nasty, and tired.  I eat concertina wire and piss napalm, and I can put a round in a flea's ass at 200 meters, so why don't you go jump somebody else's leg before I push yours in, Dogface.

Dude, pretty sure there a cream for that.  Maybe it is a salve.  What's the difference between a cream and a salve?  I guess the salve is more thicker, less runny than a cream.  But I think they have either a cream or a salve for that.

Antibiotic.  Because gonorrhea.


Don't be such a drip.
 
2019-12-02 12:00:02 AM  
A "Concertina" (without the "wire" is a musical instrument similar to an accordion, except the buttons are pressed into the instrument, in the same direction as the bellows (an accordion uses keyboard keys which are pressed perpindicular to the bellows).

So how did that word come to be used to describe a type of barbed wire used to keep people in or out of an area?
 
2019-12-02 12:01:50 AM  
This is good, why the snark?
 
2019-12-02 12:02:58 AM  

King Something: One kind of government facility (jail/prison) for a certain demographic which the government deems worthy of higher quality accommodations, and a separate but equal facility for others.

I'm sure this is the first time any state in the former Confederacy has ever done anything like this, and am equally sure that this will end perfectly well with absolutely no unintended consequences and no mistreatment of the people who are forced to use the separate but equal facilities.


I hope you find issue with the tactics of ICE.
 
2019-12-02 12:09:30 AM  

Massively Multiplayer Addict: A "Concertina" (without the "wire" is a musical instrument similar to an accordion, except the buttons are pressed into the instrument, in the same direction as the bellows (an accordion uses keyboard keys which are pressed perpindicular to the bellows).

So how did that word come to be used to describe a type of barbed wire used to keep people in or out of an area?


Because it's delivered in a coil that you pull apart, like a concertina.
 
2019-12-02 12:18:27 AM  
Wait, even the black ones?
 
2019-12-02 12:21:55 AM  

kudayta: HideAndGoFarkYourself: Why the fail tag? This is a good thing. Same with Veteran courts that have been created specifically to deal with issues like pain medication addiction, alcoholism and other things that can sometimes be traced by medically to issues related to their service in combat.

We have a veterans court and it's been a huge success in lowering rates of recidivism of people who have been through it.

Why do we as a society only pretend to give a shiat about veterans (to be clear, our actions indicate that we don't give a shiat about veterans, see here)?  Why are we acting like the ancient Romans or Spartans in that we're fetishizing the military?


Because it gets votes and money. And for manipulation (see also: "for the kids").
 
2019-12-02 12:26:51 AM  

Massively Multiplayer Addict: A "Concertina" (without the "wire" is a musical instrument similar to an accordion, except the buttons are pressed into the instrument, in the same direction as the bellows (an accordion uses keyboard keys which are pressed perpindicular to the bellows).

So how did that word come to be used to describe a type of barbed wire used to keep people in or out of an area?


Because it opens up like an accordion. Concertina wire is different than razor wire.

It's usually set up on the ground with three strands, two on bottom one on top, and steel pickets to secure them. Intended as a delay barrier against infantry.
 
2019-12-02 12:28:56 AM  
Forgot the pic showing the accordion like shape.
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2019-12-02 12:31:32 AM  

Smirky the Wonder Chimp: Gyrfalcon: Wow, could that article have had any fewer details and still been a page?

If you'd just pay for your new, they'll finally have incentive to produce higher-quality journalism than they can right now.


So how much of a kickback does Drew get every time we subscribe to a media outlet we don't want? I already pay for the news I want to read, it doesn't seem to have increased the quality of dreck greenlighted around here.
 
2019-12-02 12:33:19 AM  
Well, they are still vets, and the VA still owesthem counseling and assistance (questionable though it may be), so I hope this program sets them up with VA outreach too. I've never been to jail, but I committed lots of criminal acts to survive, none of which I'd have done if VA had been honest about the benefits I was entitled to. There but for the grace of FSM go I.
 
2019-12-02 12:37:34 AM  

ArkAngel: Given that veterans, like other prison populations, have specific needs, it seems like actually a good thing. Mental health related specifically to things like PTSD, specifically. Other states have special units for elderly prisoners because of their health needs.


Yes, but why is it exclusive to military members?  The majority of prisoners are people who have mental illnesses of sorts and we just throw them in prison because we don't know what else to do with them. I'm a veteran, so I have some firsthand knowledge, just because someone was in the military does not mean they're not shiatbags.  Instead of throwing them in a prison that gives them a better chance at doing better on the outside, give them the help they need BEFORE they become cons.
 
2019-12-02 12:46:15 AM  

HideAndGoFarkYourself: Why the fail tag? This is a good thing. Same with Veteran courts that have been created specifically to deal with issues like pain medication addiction, alcoholism and other things that can sometimes be traced by medically to issues related to their service in combat.

We have a veterans court and it's been a huge success in lowering rates of recidivism of people who have been through it.


Because its separate and unequal.  The same treatment that is given for veterans can work wonders on the general population who gets arrested as well.  Instead we just lock them up for minor crimes and someone who goes in for a minor offense comes out a hardened criminal with creds and extra knowledge.  If this is a pilot program to expand to general population, cool.  Serving doesn't make someone more or less important than anyone else.  Most people who serve aren't some heroic badass who is super patriotic, they serve to escape a sitation.  Be it family, no job prospects, to try to get out and do something else with their lives, or a combination of all of them.  I know exons who I hold in higher esteem than people I served with.  There are some horrendously shiatty and terrible people in the military.  Putting them in a uniform doesn't change that or give them more rights than someone who didn't.  64% of local inmates, 56% of state, and 45% of federal inmates have a serious mental illness.  If they want to do something for them, how about the government steps up and actually treats them for the issues they have related to their service, that way we wouldn't end up here, while they're doing that they can give people who haven't served the same opportunity here.
 
2019-12-02 12:47:14 AM  

Theeng: almejita: dittybopper: Be advised:  I'm mean, nasty, and tired.  I eat concertina wire and piss napalm, and I can put a round in a flea's ass at 200 meters, so why don't you go jump somebody else's leg before I push yours in, Dogface.

Dude, pretty sure there a cream for that.  Maybe it is a salve.  What's the difference between a cream and a salve?  I guess the salve is more thicker, less runny than a cream.  But I think they have either a cream or a salve for that.

Cream? You don't need no cream in the military, take more Motrin!


Don't forget to drink water too.  That is usually the first step in whatever ails you.
 
2019-12-02 12:49:14 AM  

waxbeans: zang: ArkAngel: Given that veterans, like other prison populations, have specific needs, it seems like actually a good thing. Mental health related specifically to things like PTSD, specifically. Other states have special units for elderly prisoners because of their health needs.

You can also get PTSD by seeing a crackhead stab your momma to death.

I'd have to say that servicemen PTSD is more of the fault of society, thus should be dealt with, now.


How is having crackheads who will stab someone not a "society" problem.  The vets are a government problem, one that they've failed to handle for decades.  The only thing society owes us is to stop voting for these chucklefarks that wave a flag while tearing away the foundation for actually getting it squared away.
 
2019-12-02 12:51:47 AM  

Massively Multiplayer Addict: A "Concertina" (without the "wire" is a musical instrument similar to an accordion, except the buttons are pressed into the instrument, in the same direction as the bellows (an accordion uses keyboard keys which are pressed perpindicular to the bellows).

So how did that word come to be used to describe a type of barbed wire used to keep people in or out of an area?


Because during ww1 they figured out how to bundle them and then quickly deploy them in no mans land.  So they kind of look like a concertina all coiled up and can be expanded and contracted like a concertina for travel or deployment.
 
2019-12-02 12:59:17 AM  
I am having Post Approved Link Syndrome here. cause the word snark.
I posted and got green-lit 1 to main awhile back and had the words No-Snark init now i see it used alot
I think i am paranoid about the word now.

/safe space
//meds ( beer more beer}
/// cause i see farkers here yal a strange bunch
 
2019-12-02 01:04:25 AM  

Gyrfalcon: Smirky the Wonder Chimp: Gyrfalcon: Wow, could that article have had any fewer details and still been a page?

If you'd just pay for your new, they'll finally have incentive to produce higher-quality journalism than they can right now.

So how much of a kickback does Drew get every time we subscribe to a media outlet we don't want? I already pay for the news I want to read, it doesn't seem to have increased the quality of dreck greenlighted around here.


I make it a point to back out demands for cookies/subscription
 
2019-12-02 01:08:54 AM  

dkulprit: ArkAngel: Given that veterans, like other prison populations, have specific needs, it seems like actually a good thing. Mental health related specifically to things like PTSD, specifically. Other states have special units for elderly prisoners because of their health needs.

Yes, but why is it exclusive to military members?  The majority of prisoners are people who have mental illnesses of sorts and we just throw them in prison because we don't know what else to do with them. I'm a veteran, so I have some firsthand knowledge, just because someone was in the military does not mean they're not shiatbags.  Instead of throwing them in a prison that gives them a better chance at doing better on the outside, give them the help they need BEFORE they become cons.


Correct. But, still we have to help those vets that end up in the system. We owe them that and more.  To me vets should be taken care of. Because rich people want wars and vets should be taken care of for doing the bidding of said rich people. History shows how this is the case.
 
2019-12-02 01:11:55 AM  

dkulprit: HideAndGoFarkYourself: Why the fail tag? This is a good thing. Same with Veteran courts that have been created specifically to deal with issues like pain medication addiction, alcoholism and other things that can sometimes be traced by medically to issues related to their service in combat.

We have a veterans court and it's been a huge success in lowering rates of recidivism of people who have been through it.

Because its separate and unequal.  The same treatment that is given for veterans can work wonders on the general population who gets arrested as well.  Instead we just lock them up for minor crimes and someone who goes in for a minor offense comes out a hardened criminal with creds and extra knowledge.  If this is a pilot program to expand to general population, cool.  Serving doesn't make someone more or less important than anyone else.  Most people who serve aren't some heroic badass who is super patriotic, they serve to escape a sitation.  Be it family, no job prospects, to try to get out and do something else with their lives, or a combination of all of them.  I know exons who I hold in higher esteem than people I served with.  There are some horrendously shiatty and terrible people in the military.  Putting them in a uniform doesn't change that or give them more rights than someone who didn't.  64% of local inmates, 56% of state, and 45% of federal inmates have a serious mental illness.  If they want to do something for them, how about the government steps up and actually treats them for the issues they have related to their service, that way we wouldn't end up here, while they're doing that they can give people who haven't served the same opportunity here.


Nope. Killing for the man, should afford our service members something. Period. Otherwise
had a gun to bill gates and see if he can kill.
 
2019-12-02 01:17:48 AM  

dkulprit: waxbeans: zang: ArkAngel: Given that veterans, like other prison populations, have specific needs, it seems like actually a good thing. Mental health related specifically to things like PTSD, specifically. Other states have special units for elderly prisoners because of their health needs.

You can also get PTSD by seeing a crackhead stab your momma to death.

I'd have to say that servicemen PTSD is more of the fault of society, thus should be dealt with, now.

How is having crackheads who will stab someone not a "society" problem.  The vets are a government problem, one that they've failed to handle for decades.  The only thing society owes us is to stop voting for these chucklefarks that wave a flag while tearing away the foundation for actually getting it squared away.


Brass tacks: commerce owns us all. Thus why not make commerce support vets?  Pursuit of happiness has become a zero sum game of out maneuvering the other guy.  So again why not make commerce take care of vets? The infrastructure of the United States benefits commerce, so again why are we not taking care vets to the hilt??????
 
2019-12-02 01:44:20 AM  

waxbeans: dkulprit: HideAndGoFarkYourself: Why the fail tag? This is a good thing. Same with Veteran courts that have been created specifically to deal with issues like pain medication addiction, alcoholism and other things that can sometimes be traced by medically to issues related to their service in combat.

We have a veterans court and it's been a huge success in lowering rates of recidivism of people who have been through it.

Because its separate and unequal.  The same treatment that is given for veterans can work wonders on the general population who gets arrested as well.  Instead we just lock them up for minor crimes and someone who goes in for a minor offense comes out a hardened criminal with creds and extra knowledge.  If this is a pilot program to expand to general population, cool.  Serving doesn't make someone more or less important than anyone else.  Most people who serve aren't some heroic badass who is super patriotic, they serve to escape a sitation.  Be it family, no job prospects, to try to get out and do something else with their lives, or a combination of all of them.  I know exons who I hold in higher esteem than people I served with.  There are some horrendously shiatty and terrible people in the military.  Putting them in a uniform doesn't change that or give them more rights than someone who didn't.  64% of local inmates, 56% of state, and 45% of federal inmates have a serious mental illness.  If they want to do something for them, how about the government steps up and actually treats them for the issues they have related to their service, that way we wouldn't end up here, while they're doing that they can give people who haven't served the same opportunity here.

Nope. Killing for the man, should afford our service members something. Period. Otherwise
had a gun to bill gates and see if he can kill.


D.R.I. - Stupid, Stupid War
Youtube dPicpF3Wzf8
 
2019-12-02 01:53:17 AM  

almejita: waxbeans: dkulprit: HideAndGoFarkYourself: Why the fail tag? This is a good thing. Same with Veteran courts that have been created specifically to deal with issues like pain medication addiction, alcoholism and other things that can sometimes be traced by medically to issues related to their service in combat.

We have a veterans court and it's been a huge success in lowering rates of recidivism of people who have been through it.

Because its separate and unequal.  The same treatment that is given for veterans can work wonders on the general population who gets arrested as well.  Instead we just lock them up for minor crimes and someone who goes in for a minor offense comes out a hardened criminal with creds and extra knowledge.  If this is a pilot program to expand to general population, cool.  Serving doesn't make someone more or less important than anyone else.  Most people who serve aren't some heroic badass who is super patriotic, they serve to escape a sitation.  Be it family, no job prospects, to try to get out and do something else with their lives, or a combination of all of them.  I know exons who I hold in higher esteem than people I served with.  There are some horrendously shiatty and terrible people in the military.  Putting them in a uniform doesn't change that or give them more rights than someone who didn't.  64% of local inmates, 56% of state, and 45% of federal inmates have a serious mental illness.  If they want to do something for them, how about the government steps up and actually treats them for the issues they have related to their service, that way we wouldn't end up here, while they're doing that they can give people who haven't served the same opportunity here.

Nope. Killing for the man, should afford our service members something. Period. Otherwise
had a gun to bill gates and see if he can kill.

[YouTube video: D.R.I. - Stupid, Stupid War]


This is my issue. Even if we concede, this notion, that doesn't give us a free pass on our vets. Pay them, their due, pay them their money. Period. Otherwise eat some damn Oreos.  Want free Enterprise? Take care of vets to the hilt.
 
2019-12-02 02:23:01 AM  

dkulprit: ArkAngel: Given that veterans, like other prison populations, have specific needs, it seems like actually a good thing. Mental health related specifically to things like PTSD, specifically. Other states have special units for elderly prisoners because of their health needs.

Yes, but why is it exclusive to military members?  The majority of prisoners are people who have mental illnesses of sorts and we just throw them in prison because we don't know what else to do with them. I'm a veteran, so I have some firsthand knowledge, just because someone was in the military does not mean they're not shiatbags.  Instead of throwing them in a prison that gives them a better chance at doing better on the outside, give them the help they need BEFORE they become cons.


Veterans can have certain needs and access to certain benefits to pay for those services that can justify a separate court and treatment regime that can be facilitated by housing them together. That doesn't mean they are the only ones that get separated out, mental health services inmates can also be housed separately as can drug treatment services inmates.

It all depends on numbers as well as separating out and providing the programming generally means you have higher numbers requiring services.  This can make a lot of sense for larger counties and facilities, for your smaller jails they probably don't have enough to justify or even provide for separate housing.  I have seen a lot of success for those utilizing the specialized courts available in some areas (Veterans, Mental Health, Drug, Homeless, etc.).  These specialized groups with common problems and needed resources really are best served together rather than being lumped in with the general population.
 
2019-12-02 02:38:56 AM  

dkulprit: HideAndGoFarkYourself: Why the fail tag? This is a good thing. Same with Veteran courts that have been created specifically to deal with issues like pain medication addiction, alcoholism and other things that can sometimes be traced by medically to issues related to their service in combat.

We have a veterans court and it's been a huge success in lowering rates of recidivism of people who have been through it.

Because its separate and unequal.  The same treatment that is given for veterans can work wonders on the general population who gets arrested as well.  Instead we just lock them up for minor crimes and someone who goes in for a minor offense comes out a hardened criminal with creds and extra knowledge.  If this is a pilot program to expand to general population, cool.  Serving doesn't make someone more or less important than anyone else.  Most people who serve aren't some heroic badass who is super patriotic, they serve to escape a sitation.  Be it family, no job prospects, to try to get out and do something else with their lives, or a combination of all of them.  I know exons who I hold in higher esteem than people I served with.  There are some horrendously shiatty and terrible people in the military.  Putting them in a uniform doesn't change that or give them more rights than someone who didn't.  64% of local inmates, 56% of state, and 45% of federal inmates have a serious mental illness.  If they want to do something for them, how about the government steps up and actually treats them for the issues they have related to their service, that way we wouldn't end up here, while they're doing that they can give people who haven't served the same opportunity here.


What a stupid farking take that is.

They're still in jail. They're still being held accountable.  There is no requirement in jail that something be non-separate or equal at all. Different types of prisoners are treated differently all the time.Treatment for veterans in many of these types of programs is geared towards their specific mental issues, just as treatment for other offenders are geared towards their specific mental issues.
 
2019-12-02 02:49:21 AM  

zang: You can also get PTSD by seeing a crackhead stab your momma to death.


If you're a millennial you can get PTSD from being served the wrong coffee at Starbucks.
 
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