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2018-02-21 06:51:03 PM  
Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.
 
2018-02-21 06:53:31 PM  
police state
 
2018-02-21 06:54:58 PM  
I'd pull my kids out of school there immediately. It's not the 100th day yet, either, so a low enrollment means no funding next year. F*ck 'em.
 
2018-02-21 07:06:08 PM  

knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.


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2018-02-21 07:11:03 PM  

knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.


..and not guarding anything else.  Brilliant!
 
2018-02-21 07:16:49 PM  

enry: knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.

..and not guarding anything else.  Brilliant!


Schools unguarded or guarded?  I'll go with guarded as a preference, and I assume schools might be a priority to safe guard.
 
2018-02-21 07:37:06 PM  
I'd think in hallways and classrooms against one, or possibly two, shooters that a handgun would be preferable to a rifle.  Easier to carry all day and probably easier to use inside. Are they expecting a mob of student shooters all at once?
 
2018-02-21 07:48:06 PM  

knbber2: enry: knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.

..and not guarding anything else.  Brilliant!

Schools unguarded or guarded?  I'll go with guarded as a preference, and I assume schools might be a priority to safe guard.


Our school district has six elementary, two middle, and one high school spread around the town.  You need at least two police per school plus coverage for PTO and sick time, way more if you want armed police at every entrance.  So figure 20 police officers to cover an 8 hour shift (figure 7AM-3PM).  So either you pull 20 out of the field to cover things like traffic control, responding to crimes, etc.  Or you hire another 20 people to cover it and handle the existing workload.  So which is it?
 
2018-02-21 07:56:42 PM  

enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.

..and not guarding anything else.  Brilliant!

Schools unguarded or guarded?  I'll go with guarded as a preference, and I assume schools might be a priority to safe guard.

Our school district has six elementary, two middle, and one high school spread around the town.  You need at least two police per school plus coverage for PTO and sick time, way more if you want armed police at every entrance.  So figure 20 police officers to cover an 8 hour shift (figure 7AM-3PM).  So either you pull 20 out of the field to cover things like traffic control, responding to crimes, etc.  Or you hire another 20 people to cover it and handle the existing workload.  So which is it?


I don't think they are saying full coverage all the time (although they might be), I assume it would be more of random patrols through the schools to show a presence.  Some presence is better than no presence.
 
2018-02-21 07:58:36 PM  

knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.

..and not guarding anything else.  Brilliant!

Schools unguarded or guarded?  I'll go with guarded as a preference, and I assume schools might be a priority to safe guard.

Our school district has six elementary, two middle, and one high school spread around the town.  You need at least two police per school plus coverage for PTO and sick time, way more if you want armed police at every entrance.  So figure 20 police officers to cover an 8 hour shift (figure 7AM-3PM).  So either you pull 20 out of the field to cover things like traffic control, responding to crimes, etc.  Or you hire another 20 people to cover it and handle the existing workload.  So which is it?

I don't think they are saying full coverage all the time (although they might be), I assume it would be more of random patrols through the schools to show a presence.  Some presence is better than no presence.


I've been assured that criminals will just wait until the police leave.
 
2018-02-21 08:02:24 PM  

enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.

..and not guarding anything else.  Brilliant!

Schools unguarded or guarded?  I'll go with guarded as a preference, and I assume schools might be a priority to safe guard.

Our school district has six elementary, two middle, and one high school spread around the town.  You need at least two police per school plus coverage for PTO and sick time, way more if you want armed police at every entrance.  So figure 20 police officers to cover an 8 hour shift (figure 7AM-3PM).  So either you pull 20 out of the field to cover things like traffic control, responding to crimes, etc.  Or you hire another 20 people to cover it and handle the existing workload.  So which is it?

I don't think they are saying full coverage all the time (although they might be), I assume it would be more of random patrols through the schools to show a presence.  Some presence is better than no presence.

I've been assured that criminals will just wait until the police leave.


Maybe, maybe not, it may be enough to cause an asshat looking to hit a soft target to change targets or abort his attack.  I'm not saying it is an absolute solution, but I think it would be better than nothing.
 
2018-02-21 08:10:33 PM  

knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.

..and not guarding anything else.  Brilliant!

Schools unguarded or guarded?  I'll go with guarded as a preference, and I assume schools might be a priority to safe guard.

Our school district has six elementary, two middle, and one high school spread around the town.  You need at least two police per school plus coverage for PTO and sick time, way more if you want armed police at every entrance.  So figure 20 police officers to cover an 8 hour shift (figure 7AM-3PM).  So either you pull 20 out of the field to cover things like traffic control, responding to crimes, etc.  Or you hire another 20 people to cover it and handle the existing workload.  So which is it?

I don't think they are saying full coverage all the time (although they might be), I assume it would be more of random patrols through the schools to show a presence.  Some presence is better than no presence.

I've been assured that criminals will just wait until the police leave.

Maybe, maybe not, it may be enough to cause an asshat looking to hit a soft target to change targets or abort his attack.  I'm not saying it is an absolute solution, but I think it would be better than nothing.


No, it's not.
 
2018-02-21 08:23:44 PM  

enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.

..and not guarding anything else.  Brilliant!

Schools unguarded or guarded?  I'll go with guarded as a preference, and I assume schools might be a priority to safe guard.

Our school district has six elementary, two middle, and one high school spread around the town.  You need at least two police per school plus coverage for PTO and sick time, way more if you want armed police at every entrance.  So figure 20 police officers to cover an 8 hour shift (figure 7AM-3PM).  So either you pull 20 out of the field to cover things like traffic control, responding to crimes, etc.  Or you hire another 20 people to cover it and handle the existing workload.  So which is it?

I don't think they are saying full coverage all the time (although they might be), I assume it would be more of random patrols through the schools to show a presence.  Some presence is better than no presence.

I've been assured that criminals will just wait until the police leave.

Maybe, maybe not, it may be enough to cause an asshat looking to hit a soft target to change targets or abort his attack.  I'm not saying it is an absolute solution, but I think it would be better than nothing.

No, it's not.


I I can put an armed, trained LEO between my kid and some idiot who wants to shoot up the place, that's the option I select.  So yes, it is better than nothing.
 
2018-02-21 08:27:39 PM  

knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.

..and not guarding anything else.  Brilliant!

Schools unguarded or guarded?  I'll go with guarded as a preference, and I assume schools might be a priority to safe guard.

Our school district has six elementary, two middle, and one high school spread around the town.  You need at least two police per school plus coverage for PTO and sick time, way more if you want armed police at every entrance.  So figure 20 police officers to cover an 8 hour shift (figure 7AM-3PM).  So either you pull 20 out of the field to cover things like traffic control, responding to crimes, etc.  Or you hire another 20 people to cover it and handle the existing workload.  So which is it?

I don't think they are saying full coverage all the time (although they might be), I assume it would be more of random patrols through the schools to show a presence.  Some presence is better than no presence.

I've been assured that criminals will just wait until the police leave.

Maybe, maybe not, it may be enough to cause an asshat looking to hit a soft target to change targets or abort his attack.  I'm not saying it is an absolute solution, but I think it would be better than nothing.

No, it's not.

I I can put an armed, trained LEO between my kid and some idiot who wants to shoot up the place, that's the option I select.  So yes, it is better than nothing.


There was an armed guard in FL.  Didn't change a thing.
 
2018-02-21 08:28:47 PM  
 
2018-02-21 08:31:05 PM  

enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.

..and not guarding anything else.  Brilliant!

Schools unguarded or guarded?  I'll go with guarded as a preference, and I assume schools might be a priority to safe guard.

Our school district has six elementary, two middle, and one high school spread around the town.  You need at least two police per school plus coverage for PTO and sick time, way more if you want armed police at every entrance.  So figure 20 police officers to cover an 8 hour shift (figure 7AM-3PM).  So either you pull 20 out of the field to cover things like traffic control, responding to crimes, etc.  Or you hire another 20 people to cover it and handle the existing workload.  So which is it?

I don't think they are saying full coverage all the time (although they might be), I assume it would be more of random patrols through the schools to show a presence.  Some presence is better than no presence.

I've been assured that criminals will just wait until the police leave.

Maybe, maybe not, it may be enough to cause an asshat looking to hit a soft target to change targets or abort his attack.  I'm not saying it is an absolute solution, but I think it would be better than nothing.

No, it's not.

I I can put an armed, trained LEO between my kid and some idiot who wants to shoot up the place, that's the option I select.  So yes, it is better than nothing.

There was an armed guard in FL.  Didn't change a thing.


Do nothing, got it. Good discussion, have a good night, going out for dinner.  Take care.
 
2018-02-21 08:33:24 PM  

knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.

..and not guarding anything else.  Brilliant!

Schools unguarded or guarded?  I'll go with guarded as a preference, and I assume schools might be a priority to safe guard.

Our school district has six elementary, two middle, and one high school spread around the town.  You need at least two police per school plus coverage for PTO and sick time, way more if you want armed police at every entrance.  So figure 20 police officers to cover an 8 hour shift (figure 7AM-3PM).  So either you pull 20 out of the field to cover things like traffic control, responding to crimes, etc.  Or you hire another 20 people to cover it and handle the existing workload.  So which is it?

I don't think they are saying full coverage all the time (although they might be), I assume it would be more of random patrols through the schools to show a presence.  Some presence is better than no presence.

I've been assured that criminals will just wait until the police leave.

Maybe, maybe not, it may be enough to cause an asshat looking to hit a soft target to change targets or abort his attack.  I'm not saying it is an absolute solution, but I think it would be better than nothing.

No, it's not.

I I can put an armed, trained LEO between my kid and some idiot who wants to shoot up the place, that's the option I select.  So yes, it is better than nothing.

There was an armed guard in FL.  Didn't change a thing.

Do nothing, got it. Good discussion, have a good night, going out for dinner.  Take care.


Maybe you should just rethink the problem rather than getting irritated that your first thought was bad.
 
2018-02-21 08:35:02 PM  
If they are going to be there for that purpose, they should have rifles. That rentacop probably heard that AR and shat himself. You don't bring a pistol to a rifle fight.
 
2018-02-21 09:49:20 PM  

knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.


I went to a school that had a cop stationed at it.  I didn't feel safer.
 
2018-02-21 09:51:16 PM  
First we create an arms imbalance, then we fill that imbalance.  As mass shootings increase, peace is closer.  - Wayne LaPierre, NRA
 
2018-02-21 09:52:57 PM  
He didn't exactly say when they would be on school grounds.
 
2018-02-21 09:53:04 PM  

enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.

..and not guarding anything else.  Brilliant!

Schools unguarded or guarded?  I'll go with guarded as a preference, and I assume schools might be a priority to safe guard.

Our school district has six elementary, two middle, and one high school spread around the town.  You need at least two police per school plus coverage for PTO and sick time, way more if you want armed police at every entrance.  So figure 20 police officers to cover an 8 hour shift (figure 7AM-3PM).  So either you pull 20 out of the field to cover things like traffic control, responding to crimes, etc.  Or you hire another 20 people to cover it and handle the existing workload.  So which is it?

I don't think they are saying full coverage all the time (although they might be), I assume it would be more of random patrols through the schools to show a presence.  Some presence is better than no presence.

I've been assured that criminals will just wait until the police leave.

Maybe, maybe not, it may be enough to cause an asshat looking to hit a soft target to change targets or abort his attack.  I'm not saying it is an absolute solution, but I think it would be better than nothing.

No, it's not.

I I can put an armed, trained LEO between my kid and some idiot who wants to shoot up the place, that's the option I select.  So yes, it is better than nothing.

There was an armed guard in FL.  Didn't change a thing.

Do nothing, got it. Good discussion, have a good night, going out for dinner.  Take care.

Maybe you should just rethink the problem rather than getting irritated that your first thought was bad.


O SNAP
 
2018-02-21 09:53:34 PM  

enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.

..and not guarding anything else.  Brilliant!

Schools unguarded or guarded?  I'll go with guarded as a preference, and I assume schools might be a priority to safe guard.

Our school district has six elementary, two middle, and one high school spread around the town.  You need at least two police per school plus coverage for PTO and sick time, way more if you want armed police at every entrance.  So figure 20 police officers to cover an 8 hour shift (figure 7AM-3PM).  So either you pull 20 out of the field to cover things like traffic control, responding to crimes, etc.  Or you hire another 20 people to cover it and handle the existing workload.  So which is it?

I don't think they are saying full coverage all the time (although they might be), I assume it would be more of random patrols through the schools to show a presence.  Some presence is better than no presence.

I've been assured that criminals will just wait until the police leave.


Or they shoot the police first.  That's why a lot of banks stopped hiring guards.  They turned out to be targets.
 
2018-02-21 09:54:31 PM  
I didn't really mean to go all caps on that but stand by the snappage
 
2018-02-21 09:55:23 PM  

knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.

..and not guarding anything else.  Brilliant!

Schools unguarded or guarded?  I'll go with guarded as a preference, and I assume schools might be a priority to safe guard.

Our school district has six elementary, two middle, and one high school spread around the town.  You need at least two police per school plus coverage for PTO and sick time, way more if you want armed police at every entrance.  So figure 20 police officers to cover an 8 hour shift (figure 7AM-3PM).  So either you pull 20 out of the field to cover things like traffic control, responding to crimes, etc.  Or you hire another 20 people to cover it and handle the existing workload.  So which is it?

I don't think they are saying full coverage all the time (although they might be), I assume it would be more of random patrols through the schools to show a presence.  Some presence is better than no presence.

I've been assured that criminals will just wait until the police leave.

Maybe, maybe not, it may be enough to cause an asshat looking to hit a soft target to change targets or abort his attack.  I'm not saying it is an absolute solution, but I think it would be better than nothing.

No, it's not.

I I can put an armed, trained LEO between my kid and some idiot who wants to shoot up the place, that's the option I select.  So yes, it is better than nothing.

There was an armed guard in FL.  Didn't change a thing.

Do nothing, got it. Good discussion, have a good night, going out for dinner.  Take care.


Oh, there's lots to do. But it won't be politically palatable, because it actually involves limiting access to guns. And American politicians have established that guns are more important than people.
 
2018-02-21 09:57:56 PM  
Lockers?
"Excuse me Mr. shooter, could you please wait until I retrieve my rifle from the locker"?
"Thanx".
"Crap, what's the combination again"?
 
2018-02-21 09:59:46 PM  
This is actually pretty standard.  We had armed SROs at every school growing up, armed with their side arms.  It sounds like they will now have access to rifles.  I don't see this as a big deal.

One of those ounce of prevention things.


/Didn't grow up in an inner city school.
//Every SRO was very chill, and good with kids
 
2018-02-21 10:00:10 PM  
Do they mean having the officers walk up and down the halls with rifles?  Or do they mean issuing resource officers with rifles to keep in their cars?  There is a difference between both steps.  I could also see having SWAT guys with rifles standing near a point of entrance like they do at high security events, for a week or two in case of copy cats.  I am sure the story is implying the first scenario, but I would be surprised if the reality matched up.
 
2018-02-21 10:00:23 PM  

Raoul Eaton: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.

..and not guarding anything else.  Brilliant!

Schools unguarded or guarded?  I'll go with guarded as a preference, and I assume schools might be a priority to safe guard.

Our school district has six elementary, two middle, and one high school spread around the town.  You need at least two police per school plus coverage for PTO and sick time, way more if you want armed police at every entrance.  So figure 20 police officers to cover an 8 hour shift (figure 7AM-3PM).  So either you pull 20 out of the field to cover things like traffic control, responding to crimes, etc.  Or you hire another 20 people to cover it and handle the existing workload.  So which is it?

I don't think they are saying full coverage all the time (although they might be), I assume it would be more of random patrols through the schools to show a presence.  Some presence is better than no presence.

I've been assured that criminals will just wait until the police leave.

Or they shoot the police first.  That's why a lot of banks stopped hiring guards.  They turned out to be targets.


Insuring the money is cheaper than insuring the liability.
 
2018-02-21 10:00:47 PM  
Florida is Class D. Consisting of various stupid ideas.  Essentially, a giant insane asylum on the southeastern United States.
 
2018-02-21 10:00:53 PM  

enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.

..and not guarding anything else.  Brilliant!

Schools unguarded or guarded?  I'll go with guarded as a preference, and I assume schools might be a priority to safe guard.

Our school district has six elementary, two middle, and one high school spread around the town.  You need at least two police per school plus coverage for PTO and sick time, way more if you want armed police at every entrance.  So figure 20 police officers to cover an 8 hour shift (figure 7AM-3PM).  So either you pull 20 out of the field to cover things like traffic control, responding to crimes, etc.  Or you hire another 20 people to cover it and handle the existing workload.  So which is it?


Well, we don't need ALL those kids to grow into adulthood.
 
2018-02-21 10:01:15 PM  
Let's just fast forward to the natural solution:

Present your hall pass. You have 10 seconds to comply.
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2018-02-21 10:01:29 PM  

knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.


Now when you say "Trained"...

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2018-02-21 10:01:33 PM  

Nofun: This is actually pretty standard.  We had armed SROs at every school growing up, armed with their side arms.  It sounds like they will now have access to rifles.  I don't see this as a big deal.

One of those ounce of prevention things.


/Didn't grow up in an inner city school.
//Every SRO was very chill, and good with kids


I don't think there have ben any of these mass shooting deals at an 'inner city' school.
 
2018-02-21 10:01:34 PM  
This is f*cking stupid.
 
2018-02-21 10:01:54 PM  

knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.


I know what color your skin is.
 
2018-02-21 10:02:33 PM  
In fairness, the only people in the whole world who should have AR-15s are cops.  Military needs fully automatic M-16s, police do not need fully automatic, but they do need something that puts them on equal footing with assholes who have their own AR-15s.  Make the AR-15s illegal, as they should be, and in a few years we can have the cops go back to pistols and shotguns.
 
2018-02-21 10:05:15 PM  
So when the next school shooting happens in Florida, they'll get the added bonus of students getting mowed down because Deputy Clovis thought he could neutralize the shooter by firing into a crowded hallway.
 
2018-02-21 10:05:53 PM  

Raoul Eaton: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: enry: knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.

..and not guarding anything else.  Brilliant!

Schools unguarded or guarded?  I'll go with guarded as a preference, and I assume schools might be a priority to safe guard.

Our school district has six elementary, two middle, and one high school spread around the town.  You need at least two police per school plus coverage for PTO and sick time, way more if you want armed police at every entrance.  So figure 20 police officers to cover an 8 hour shift (figure 7AM-3PM).  So either you pull 20 out of the field to cover things like traffic control, responding to crimes, etc.  Or you hire another 20 people to cover it and handle the existing workload.  So which is it?

I don't think they are saying full coverage all the time (although they might be), I assume it would be more of random patrols through the schools to show a presence.  Some presence is better than no presence.

I've been assured that criminals will just wait until the police leave.

Maybe, maybe not, it may be enough to cause an asshat looking to hit a soft target to change targets or abort his attack.  I'm not saying it is an absolute solution, but I think it would be better than nothing.

No, it's not.

I I can put an armed, trained LEO between my kid and some idiot who wants to shoot up the place, that's the option I select.  So yes, it is better than nothing.

There was an armed guard in FL.  Didn't change a thing.

Do nothing, got it. Good discussion, have a good night, going out for dinner.  Take care.

Oh, there's lots to do. But it won't be politically palatable, because it actually involves limiting access to guns. And American politicians have established that guns are more important than people.


Sadly this.
 
2018-02-21 10:06:33 PM  
This oughta help the kids feel safe. Where do they come from?
 
2018-02-21 10:07:04 PM  
I know that having even more projectiles flying through the air couldn't possibly result in any additional damage or friendly-fire injuries and deaths. What could go wrong?

I swear, everyone who thinks we need more guns in schools must think everyone except the shooter is always going to be perfectly calm and accurate behind the trigger when something like this happens. Personally I'm envisioning what's going to happen when a shaky-handed teacher who fires one box of rounds per year at the range is faced with live fire, and it's not something I really want to think about. Actual cops struggle enough with that when it happens.
 
2018-02-21 10:07:07 PM  
Maybe more high schools should be like the one attended and have a hospital and the county jail right across the farking street.
 
2018-02-21 10:11:08 PM  

pdieten: I swear, everyone who thinks we need more guns in schools must think everyone except the shooter is always going to be perfectly calm and accurate behind the trigger when something like this happens. Personally I'm envisioning what's going to happen when a shaky-handed teacher who fires one box of rounds per year at the range is faced with live fire, and it's not something I really want to think about. Actual cops struggle enough with that when it happens.


Not to worry. I've got it on good authority from Internet Ammosexuals that every "good guy with a gun" immediately turns into John McClane when the shiat hits the fan.
 
2018-02-21 10:14:03 PM  
Can the students stand their ground against the police?
 
2018-02-21 10:18:54 PM  

Mock26: Can the students stand their ground against the police?


Anything goes. It's Floriduh.
 
2018-02-21 10:20:35 PM  
Glad to see all the guns were OK.
 
2018-02-21 10:21:01 PM  
In my school district there's a full - time cop assigned to each high school cluster. Has an office at the HS, deals with issues that might require his or her attention at the elementary and middle schools that feed into the HS.

As a meta-question, sometimes the critical discussion issue is gun control and other times is mental health. What's the determining factor(s) to tilt hither or thither?
 
2018-02-21 10:21:42 PM  
Good Christ almighty. You people need armed guards in your schools and you don't think there's a problem???
 
2018-02-21 10:23:35 PM  

NeoCortex42: I'd think in hallways and classrooms against one, or possibly two, shooters that a handgun would be preferable to a rifle.  Easier to carry all day and probably easier to use inside. Are they expecting a mob of student shooters all at once?


rifles look scarier
 
2018-02-21 10:25:17 PM  

knbber2: enry: knbber2: Trained law enforcement officers safe guarding the schools, I'd feel safer.

..and not guarding anything else.  Brilliant!

Schools unguarded or guarded?  I'll go with guarded as a preference, and I assume schools might be a priority to safe guard.


Better yet do something useful, write to congress and tell them to stop overfunding the DoD and put the money into schools, so they can hire enough teachers and health care professionals so when a kid with issues appear they can get help.
 
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