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Mindconnection eNL, 2022-03-06


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1. Good News: Where the Intel is Good

  1. Dr. Mercola wrote a highly informative article about how "Covid deaths" have been exaggerated. Read it here:
  2. In case you didn't click the link in the item above, here's an excerpt (to encourage you to click the link and read the article): "The average age of death in the U.K. from COVID in 2021 was 82.5 years. Compare that to the projected life expectancy in the U.K., which is 79 for men and 82.9 for women. This hardly constitutes an emergency, least of all for healthy school- and working-age individuals."
  3. Boston lifted its immunity-reducing jab mandates, in response to fierce opposition. Boston has long been a communist bastion in the USA, so a stand for freedom (much less a successful on) there is a miracle.
  4. It's "old news" at this point that the Senate passed a bill ending the Covid Emergency. They should have passed that bill nearly two years ago, because there never was a real emergency. Covid has been killing people who were soon to die anyhow, almost without exception. See the next item.
  5. Data from the UK shows the average age of male citizens who died from Covid exceeded the average life expectancy of male citizens by a couple of years. That is the pattern almost everywhere. Fauci and others who perpetrated this fraud need to be indicted, tried, and sentenced to life in prison. What they have done, and continue to do, in the name of this imaginary pandemic is unconscionable.
  6. Newly published data from the CDC show that COVID-19 case and hospitalization rates increased among people who were forced to (or duped into allowing themselves to) undergo the immunity reduction jab. Read more about this, here: Meanwhile, people who got the natural vaccine that goes by the name of Omicron are immune to Covid. As are the people who are on a food diet (whole, unprocessed food).
  7. The CDC released a statement on the 4th that more than 90% of people can go without a mask. But the mask is totally ineffective against Covid, so this is political grandstanding not science.
  8. Wearing a mask all the time reduces oxygen to the brain, causing stupidity at least temporarily. For people like Joe Biden, who are already stupid, the effect is hardly noticeable. But for most people, the effect is significant.
  9. Whatever is going on in Ukraine, Biden's bungling underscores what a total idiot that useless man is. It also underscores the proven fact that he was not elected to that office, because there can't be that many people stupid enough to vote for him. In fact, there are not. He came in a distant fourth in the primary for a reason, and he lost his previous bids for POTUS for the same reason. Voters never wanted somebody so stupid serving as President. He was a good choice for VP because the threat of his actually being POTUS was all the protection Soetoro needed.

    Maybe this is about diversity. Soetoro was our first openly gay Arab President and now Biden is our first openly pedophilic retarded President. The kingmakers skipped right past having our first black President (blacks make up 13% of our population) and right past having our first Italian President (Italians make up 6% of our population). I had no idea that openly gay Arabs were such a significant minority in the USA, nor did I have a clue that retarded people and pedophiles also need "one of their own" to be President. Since we've now checked off the box, can that retard PLEASE concede the election to the rightful winner?
  10. Word has it that Michael Robinson, aka Michelle Obama, may run for POTUS in 2024. It's also said (rather often these days) that Michelle is twice the man Biden ever was. If the corruption machine makes Michelle POTUS, Michelle would be our first "black" President (his husband Barry is 50% Irish and something like 48% Arabic). He would be our second openly gay POTUS, as well. Before calling himself Michelle, Michael was on the basketball team in college and Barry still shoots hoops; maybe the Obamas met on a basketball court?

    His IQ seems to be about average, so it's at least 60 points higher than Biden's and maybe 5o to 10 points higher than Barry's (a C student, Barry's IQ is probably 90 to 95). As intriguing as all this is, the last thing we need is yet another "woke" socialist dismantling the country through abuse of the power of the Office of President. Barry wasn't "black" but pretended to be. Joe isn't smarter than a moron, but pretends to be. Michelle isn't a woman, but pretends to be. People who live lies this way also like to tell us that socialism is good for us.
  11. The New Zealand government has been at the forefront of Covidmania, inflicting on Kiwis all the useless and harmful measures they can. Now the New Zealand High Court has ruled that the "vaccine" (immunity reduction jab) mandate isn't justified. Read about that, here:
  12. Even though any schoolchild can tell you 7 is much smaller than 30, we still see many people wearing a mask as if the opposite is true. Maybe they have not made an effort to read the box the mask came in or to look up its filtration level (0.3 microns)? Maybe they are so extremely concerned about Covid that they can't spare the time to learn anything about it (such it's a tiny 0.07 microns)? Here's an article you can share with any of your math-challenged / reading-challenged mask-wearing friends or employers:
  13. We had affordable fuel (gasoline at the pump) during Trump's presidency. Now barely a year into Brainless Biden's presidency, gasoline is at record prices. Libtards claim this is mere coincidence, but all you have to do is look at Biden's statements and actions to know this was the plan. There are a few good things that come with this, such as Americans may finally choose to drive reasonably fuel-efficient vehicles. The single best thing that will come from this is whatever party is in power during high gasoline prices takes a beating when there's an election. And this year, there's an election. Brainless has been buffering the shortages by tapping our strategic reserves, a really stupid move in many ways. The most stupid thing is come election time, those reserves will not be available to help bring gasoline prices down.
  14. As Blabber Buzz recently noted, "The Democrat Retire-athon rolls on." As of this edition, 31 House Democrats have said they will not seek re-election. This means they are convinced they will lose so why bother? If they are convinced of that, the evidence must be very strong. All or most of those 31 seats will flip to Republican. In the 2020 election, the Dems did not take a single seat from incumbent House Republicans.

    At this time, the House has 226 Democrats (most of whom are radical socialists and thus increasingly unpopular) and 213 Republicans. If the Dems lose 26 seats, that would make it 200 to 239 and a significant majority for the Republicans. There should be 435 seats total, not 439. The additional 4 are "delegates", who do not have voting power. So the real majority would be not 39 seats but 43. And there are other factors, such as Biden's ultra-low approval ratings and the blowback against socialism. Election integrity measures are being adopted in county after county and statewide in several states (the state measures have more punch, the county ones are basically administrative). It is not unreasonable to predict an additional 17 seats for the Republicans, giving them a 60 vote majority over the socialists.

    Things are not quite as dramatic in the Senate, but change is afoot there as well for the same reasons. By this time next year, we could have a Republican POTUS because the Republicans would have more than enough House votes to impeach Harris and Biden and more than enough Senate votes to remove them from office. This is good news not just for the USA but for the world. Unfortunately, it will come far too late for Ukraine and (probably) Taiwan.
  15. In Wyoming, the socialist party (aka, "Democrats") is no longer the state legislature's minority party in contrast to the Republican Party. That distinction now belongs to the Libertarian Party. Freedom is marching forward! Oddly enough, we have Brainless Biden and his cadre of "National Socialists" (NAZIs) to thank for that. Their destructive extremism has created a backlash effect. People who once tolerated this foolishness are now scared, angry, disgusted, and increasingly worse off.
  16. Arizona was the first state to prove its Electoral College votes incorrectly went to Joe Biden. Wisconsin has now done the same, and may be on the way to decertification. Read about that here:

    Unfortunately, those 21 EC votes are not enough to end this nightmare we call The Biden Administration. But Michigan is also far along this path, and that would add 16 EC votes for a shift of 37. That would put Brainless at 269 and Trump at 269. The election would then be decided by the state legislatures, which are dominated by Republicans. The problem is Republicans generally do not like Trump (his trade war nonsense and some other craziness are only partly to blame for that). But they like Biden even less, so they would likely reinstate Trump. That said, Pennsylvania (20) and Georgia (16) also have massive evidence of corruption in that election.

    If decertifying doesn't work, it will be because Republicans do not want it to work because they want Trump out. Their strategy will be to impeach the Two Imbeciles in the first session of the next Congress, making the Republican Speaker our POTUS. That strategy would also prevent a repeat of the Trump Derangement Syndrome and violent civil war (egged on by haters like Maxine Waters). Another benefit is it gives the socialists more time to inflict pain on America and its citizens, so that come November "Biden Removal" will be of a voter mandate. That way is less controversial, oddly enough, than restoring the voting rights of the millions of Americans disenfranchised by the fraud that put Biden in office.

  17. I recently wrote this message to the Alzheimer's Association:

    I received a mailing from your organization, and it contained recipe cards. One of those recipes calls for two substances which are highly implicated in causing Alzheimer's.

    The first is (processed) sugar, which "glycates" to brain cells and oxidizes thus burning the cells they stick to (primarily, but not exclusively, the dopamine receptors). The second is vegetable oil. If you look at the lipids under a microscope, you will see they are shredded and have many sharp hooks and edges. These mechanically cut into vascular cells and brain cells, creating wounds that are sealed with plaque. Autopsies of AD victims always show their brains have large amounts of plaque, do you get the connection?

    Rather than give the impression these "foods" are safe to eat you need to tell people to exclude these two substances, especially vegetable oils (and seed oils), from their diet.


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3. Brainpower tip


We are all subjected to information overload (and disinformation overload). How do you handle it?

One common solution is to rush through as much of it as possible, barely digging past the surface. This is a bad solution, because on the one hand you get fooled by disinformation and on the other you fail to absorb useful information.

A better way to handle this problem consists of multiple attacks on it:

  1. Eliminate as much disinformation from reaching you as possible. For example, do not watch TV or subscribe to news feeds. Don't read newspapers or leftwing magazines. Don't to antisocial media.

  2. Use some simple memes to quickly identify BS. For example, if Fauci says something you know it's BS. Don't listen to the fool.

  3. Identify good information sources. This doesn't mean sources that agree with you all the time. It means sources where it is evident they are applying intelligence.

  4. Limit "political" information to maybe 10% of your total intake. For the other 90%, explore topics such as mathematics, history, economics, finance, health, security, housekeeping, handyman projects, your hobbies, and so forth. But make sure you include in this mix information about what's going on in the lives of people you are about (e.g., friends and family).

  5. Be totally there when getting the information. If it's worth hearing or reading, it's worth your full attention.

What is happening today is people are so inundated with political BS and leftwing propaganda that they don't take the time to learn about things that actually matter. We will always have socialists and other psychopaths to deal with, they do not deserve to dominate our minds.

Practicing this is difficult, especially when interacting socially with people who are addicted to the "news". So you have to set some ground rules. I did this during the epidemic of Trump Derangement Syndrome. When people who had fallen ill with this condition would spew their TDS at me instead of have a conversation, I would ask them to stop. I would often say something like, "I agree Trump is immature and has some other flaws. I also think that neither you nor I is perfect. And I think we can both agree that energy independence, meeting our carbon goals, and having a 50 year low in unemployment are all good things. That is, unless you like paying Saudis for oil, warming the planet, and seeing people unemployed and homeless."

Today, it's not TDS that is the main problem. Now that our competent President has been replaced by a mentally retarded, left wing radical who has failed at everything since illegally taking office, the main problem we face is the ongoing bullying of the rest of us instead of Trump. You may recall that President Trump said, "They're really after you. I'm just in the way." Ever since he was pushed out of the way, we sane people have been the targets. I'm not speaking here of the actions taken but the words used to deceive us and bully us into accepting the stupidity that drives those actions. This is where paying full attention comes in.

If someone at the Centers for Disease Confusion And Hiding Data That Undermines the Narrative (CDCAHDTUN) says, "Wear a mask to stop the spread of Covid" you could take that at face (no pun intended) value and diaper up your face or you could respond with brainpower. The brainpower response is to look up the filtration level of the mask and then the size of the virus. You do that, and now you have exposed BS for what it is.

People who are lazy with their minds have mental decline the way people who are lazy with their bodies have physical decline. It's also true that people who exercise their minds hard increase their mental abilities the way that people who work their bodies hard increase their physical abilities. When you are in the habit of merely accepting whatever some "expert" says, your mental ability atrophies. But when you are in the habit of assessing the information to determine what questions to ask (and then ask them), your mind sharpens. Do this consistently, and your mind becomes so sharp it slices right through BS. You develop a super power, and now you can easily pick the gems from all that information and disinformation spewed your way (and avoid the turds in the process).

4. Finance tip

Bonus tip: Use Top Tier fuel in your vehicle. For more information (and to find a station), see

And now back to our regular program....

There's a nice trend in health care; increasing numbers of people are switching to the food diet. Of course, by "health care" I mean caring for your health. And by "food diet" I mean eating real whole food (as opposed to food that's been highly processed and thus is no longer food).

The downside to this is that, instead of buying expensive pseudo-food in boxes and cartons, people are buying expensive real food in tubs and bags. On a recent trip to the grocery store, I bought two bunches of spinach for less than $3. The same amount of spinach in a tub was $7. Now $4 does not sound like much but for me that's 5 days worth of spinach. With 365 days in a year, that works out to 73 purchases on which I save $4 each. I save $292 per year this way. The stores don't always have spinach in the bunch or what they do have is rotted. So I do have to buy spinach in the tub sometimes.

Another way I save money is in how I buy beans. Unless I go to a store where these are sold in bulk (and I usually do not), the biggest bag is 4 lbs. But I prefer to cook a pound or so at a time. The 1 lb bag is $1.99, the 4 lb bag is $3.99. I get twice as many beans for the same money (and a penny more) if I go with the 4 lb bag. I have a small Postal scale, and simply divvy up the beans into zippered plastic bags. In this case, we're talking about saving a couple of bucks a month on beans. Maybe it's not worth my time to divvy them up. But doing so takes about 6 minutes so you could say I am making $2 for 6 minutes of work or $20/hour. I think also the satisfaction of saving a couple of bucks is a bonus.

Convenience is something you pay for. It's often worth it. But many times, it's not. I don't see any time savings from using a tub, other than the 40 seconds it takes me to put a bamboo towel in my designated plastic spinach container, slice the stems short, and stick the spinach in there. Do I really want to spend $4 to save 40 seconds?

One may argue that a person on a food diet is already saving thousands each year on medical bills, so why nitpick to save a few hundred more? Well, I question the basic assumption. Yes, you are likely to save thousands on medical bills. But those costs usually hit later in life. Not every year.

One may also argue that where a person on the food diet really saves money is on the quality life that comes from such a diet. Instead of hiring someone to do your housework, lawncare, and snow removal because you simply don't have the energy, you do it yourself because you do have the energy. You come home from work, too tired to play with your kids, walk your dog, or play with your cat. You want to work out and get in shape, but tried a gym membership only to lack the energy to go. How much would you pay someone to fix this problem for you? That's how much you save immediately (instead of later in life) by going on the food diet.

But arguing that enough savings is enough seems to lack rationality. It's not extreme to do easy things that bring you additional savings.

I drive a 4 cylinder Camry with a 5-speed manual transmission. It gets about 37 MPG on the hwy. This is a big savings in fuel cost compared to the average car. Yet, I don't use that as a "rationale" for not combining trips. I do that, plus I use synthetic oil, keep my tires inflated, and drive in a reasonably fuel-efficient manner. These are all easy things to do for additional savings.

So look for big ways to save money, analogous to switching from processed food to real food. Then look for smaller, easy to do ways to save some additional bucks inside the bigger way. There's no need to go crazy trying to squeeze every penny and there's no need for you to work your free time away to save a few bucks. But there is a nice balance you can reach, much to your benefit.

Avoiding financial waste in your purchases also leads to being smarter about finances generally. Once you have the proper mindset, many insights simply occur to you. The day before I wrote this article, I checked my FICO score. It is 848 out of 850. I'm not sure how to get those last two points, but in future articles in this column I will share with you ways people can improve their FICO score.

5. Security tip

With the socialist takeover of The United States came a surge in violent crime. The crime surge has multiple causes (socialism causes depression, socialism causes financial desperation, defunding police reduces a major anti-crime factor, etc.), but also multiple solutions for the individual. You need to avail yourself of many of those solutions.

Many people believe that carrying a can of mace or a pistol makes them safe. But that's not how it works. If you come home to an open front door and call the police, they aren't going to rush right into your home. They are going to use a team-based method of clearing the building.

Situational awareness is probably your best defense. For example, you come home and are aware that your front door is standing wide open. But it also applies well away from home. Occasionally, I shop at a store where a man was clubbed from behind, rendering him unconscious. Being armed or having multiple black belts would not have helped him. An alert citizen did help him by scaring off the attackers before they could rob the guy. And he turned out to be OK once he came to. But situational awareness would have prevented the whole incident.

At a grocery store? Seriously? People hang out at such places to rob other people? Yes, that's how it is these days. Here is how I enter that store:

  • As I enter the lot, I scan for a parking spot that won't require backing out to leave.
  • I never park close to the store where there are many cars, but in a more open location.
  • As I park, I look for anyone walking toward my vehicle.
  • Once I am parked, I scan the portico especially where the pillars are, to look for anyone who is simply standing there.
  • Once I exit the car, I walk toward an open area not toward the portico and not between cars where someone can hide. Then I loop around to the portico and enter it.
  • My posture is erect. Chest out, head up, not somebody you want to mess with.
  • My head stays on a pivot. I can side to side and periodically over my shoulder.
  • No yakking on the phone, no listening to music. I am listening for footsteps.

If someone were intending to rob me, I would not present an easy target. A cat sneaks up on its prey, and so do human predators. By the way I walk into that store, I have taken from them the ability to do that. Now with that dynamic, having a gun or multiple black belts can really mean something. Not so sure about the can of mace.

I am not saying to be paranoid and frightened every time you go out in public. I am saying the opposite. If you use a methodology for maintaining situational awareness and you keep a military bearing about you, you can be reasonably confident in your safety. My method involves a lot of visual scanning, same thing I learned in defensive driving courses. I am identifying a potential problem in time to avoid it. My avoidance process (e.g., wide loop around the portico) is such that I avoid being backed into a corner or herded to a less safe place.

What if you aren't armed and don't have multiple black belts? What if you do move away from potential danger but it follows you anyhow? What if you are simply surprised, despite your best efforts? Always prepare for that. You can practice a few simple self-defense techniques until you have them down cold. For example, the jamming technique. Someone confronts you with a baseball bat or a knife. You can use the jamming technique to jam the arm of their weapon-holding hand against their body. immediately following with a strike to their neck or other vulnerable area. This technique requires many short sessions of practice with a partner to master. I mention it here as an example of something you can do if you get surprised. Anything effective that you might do must be practiced many times, so that in a surprise situation you can quickly and flawlessly perform it as a reaction.

It's also important, in my view, to be able to personally intervene when someone else is being attacked. You can sneak up like a cat and kick the culprit hard from behind or the side. Kick his legs anywhere, and you will do some damage. Kick the knee hard from the side, and he's going down (that leg won't work again until after surgery). There are many things you can do to disable an attacker, especially if you have the element of surprise. Walk up from behind and box his hears as hard as you can, he's done. Simply slam your hands together as if you are clanging cymbals, making sure your palms are aimed at his ears. Practice specific techniques with somebody, so you both have the confidence and ability needed in a situation.

It is possible that once the socialists are routed in November we will be on our way to having a safe society. But that is not something to count on. Make your own abilities something to count on, instead. You will never regret that.


6. Health tip/Fitness tips

Lose weight, be strong, burn fat, gain muscle

The photos tell you something important about my credibility.

Statistics on 60th birthday, when these photos were taken:

  • Height: 6'0"

  • Wingspan: 6'1"

  • Weight: 148lbs

  • Bodyfat: Unknown, but well below what the Tanita scale says is 5%.

  • Waist: 29

  • Chest: 48

  • Arms: 15

  • Quads: 20

  • Max bench press: Unknown, but I do three sets of 12 reps with 150 lbs to warm up on chest day

  • Training days per week: 6

  • Type of training: Split routine, heavy on supersets

  • Meals per day: 7 on training days, 6 on rest day

  • Percent of diet that is processed food: 0

  • Amount of meat, wheat, corn, or soy eaten annually: 0

  • Number of eggs eaten per day: Between 8 and 10

  • Cholesterol: In normal range, on low side

  • Last illness: 1971

  • Last workout missed: Spring of 1977

Lose weight, be strong, burn fat, gain muscle
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Was Covid-19 ever a real health threat? According to the behavior of the government, no. Other than encouraging people to wash their hands, not a single thing they did or advised helped defeat Covid. In fact, much of what they did made the effects far worse. Hand sanitizers, for example, as opposed to washing your hands (these removed protective oils and introduced toxic chemicals).

I believe it was a health threat, but according to the science (something Quacktor Fauci is totally ignorant of), it never was a deadly threat to normally healthy people. Which may explain the government's behavior.

Actions a government would take to defeat a pandemic:
  1. End Daylight Carnage Time. Why: This population control measure produces sleep deprivation, which (among other things) reduces immunity. With each clock change, we get a spike in traffic deaths and industrial accidents.
  2. Restrict the sale of "the other white powder". Why: If you look at the top ten causes of death 100 years ago, they were pathogens. If you look at them today, they are the result of sugar addiction.
  3. Ban seed oils from being sold as food. Why: These oils are rancid even before going in the bottle. Their lipids are shredded and full of sharp edges. They do terrible vascular harm and strain the body's recovery systems.
  4. Instruct people not to wear masks, and fine them if they do. Why: Mouth breathing and the underpants effect are just two reasons. To spread a pandemic, mandate masks. To stop a pandemic, ban masks.
  5. Send a notice to each home about getting adequate C, D, zinc, and magnesium. Why: These are essential for a strong immune system. Notice that doctors were actually penalized for advocating these during the height of Covid-mania.
  6. Rather than close gyms, aid them with generous tax credits. Why: Even if not done very well, the mere act of exercising combined with socializing at the gym improves immunity dramatically.
  7. Rather than close gyms, close Burger King and other fast-food outlets. Why: These places sell disease to their customers. Allowing them to operate allows disease to spread.
  8. Educate people to not "soldier on" and possibly infect others if they don't feel good. Why: You don't get a medal for working while sick, and you are more likely to make a career-damaging mistake. Stay home!
  9. Educate people on basic hygiene and proper use of public lavatories (e.g., wash your hands). Why: Spreading your urine, feces, and other biomatter is just gross. And it can be the final straw for someone's immune system.
  10. Fire public officials who disseminate false information, whether due to incompetence or malice. Why: They should be held to a higher standard because their positions carry authority. How many thousands have died because of Quacktor Fauci's disinformation?

You'll notice none of this was done, with the possible exception of number 8 and number 9 (both as basically "afterthoughts" while the focus was on wearing masks and other silly behavior).

The CDC reported in August of 2020 that the only non-vulnerable people dying from Covid were those with metabolic syndrome. These are people with a death wish anyhow. Worrying about whether they might get sick and die from Covid is idiotic. The real worry is about their metabolic syndrome and their self-destructive behaviors that got them in that condition. That's where the public discussion of health should have been, rather on Covid-19, because it is by far the greater threat. You can see this fact by simply looking up the number of people killed by each of the top ten causes of death in 2018. I say 2018, because with the Covid some guy who got hit by a bus is deemed to die from Covid and we miraculously cured half a dozen diseases in 2019, 2020, and 2021 (too bad those same people died from Covid, right?).

The crux of eliminating illness from your life and being impervious to Covid-19 or any other variation of Covid is to eliminate highly processed food from your life. No sugar, seed oils, wheat, corn, or soy--or anything made with these. Instead, eat only nutrient-dense foods. You'll find nearly all of these in the produce department, although dry beans are usually in an aisle along with the whole grain rice. The more you deviate away from this, the higher your risk of getting sick.

If we actually had a national emergency (one was declared for the shutdowns and it's been applied other stupid things as well), the correct use of it would have been to remove from stores the poison that is posing as food. This would create a shortage of stuff to fill your belly with, but it would also end the pandemic that we did not actually have.

You don't need the government to do this for you, and besides they are too inept to do it right. You can decide for yourself that whatever goes into your body needs to help sustain and nourish it, rather than damage and deplete it. I have said from the outset that the vaccine for Covid has always been with us, and it is the produce department. Nothing that Fauci or the other idiots in his cadre have done or advised can come anywhere close to the disease protection power of a diet consisting almost exclusively of super foods.



At, you'll find plenty of informative, authoritative articles on maintaining a lean, strong physique. It has nothing to do with long workouts or impossible to maintain diets. In fact:
  • The best workouts are short and intense.
  • A good diet contains far more flavors and satisfaction than the typical American diet.

7. Factoid

The carbon per kilowatt of a wind farm is almost exactly the same as that of a coal-fired generating station, when you consider all inputs. In the libtard imagination, wind farms can supply carbon-free electricity to an all-electric automobile society (assuming we can double our land mass to make room for the wind farms needed). It's very scary that libtards vote, considering how libtarded they are.

8. Thought for the Day

A clear conscience is the sign of a fuzzy memory.


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