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wednessday [12 Jan 2004|05:12pm]
wednessdays are awesome. i cant wait untill wednessday when i can sit at home and sleep in untill11. that would be kick. and then on wed thru and friday i have exams and i olny have half days.hopefully i can go to matts and help him move on fri that would be awesome!! oh any guess what i dont have bladwin next xemester. i think im going to scream i like her soooo much she is neat. oh well ill get over it ttyl
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BYE BYE SWEET BLURTY [12 Jan 2004|03:58pm]
hey i to have switched to livejournal. my user name is sleeping_in06 cya there!
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DELEMIA [04 Jan 2004|10:33pm]
i cant spell poop! so on new years my mom wrote my miliage down before i left. she claims i drove 200 miles or more and i was like ummmm no! i drove to haleys and thats it i tried to go to my aunt brendas house but she wasnt home so that plan failed. I am meeting this guy at feild day to and i really wanted to bitch the friection girls out (the guard that ditched me). i really wanted to go !!!! another problem is my wonderful parents just decided not to pay my insurance so now they wont let me drive at all!! this sucks because me and jess were going to go to 12oaks on sunday to but i really wanted to go to feild day becaus matt is going to be there and i really like him. I met him through bre'ann and he told me he liked me online and he lives in wixom. so its not like i can see him all the time but he did say that he wanted to meet me at linden the olny problem is that i dont have a ride maybee me bitch ass parents will pay my insurance and not be mad at me by saturday. but that dosnt look like a posibility so it looks like another weekend single and with my psycotic mother.
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[02 Jan 2004|02:24pm]
[ mood | loved ]
[ music | Postal service -suddenly everthing has changed- ]

UnbiDdeNvOcals: honestly
i'd give anything
to be with you
right now

KrimaChameleon15: awe.. you are such a sweet heart

KrimaChameleon15: do you wanna hang out again?

UnbiDdeNvOcals: definatly

KrimaChameleon15: alrighty..

KrimaChameleon15: we'll plan a day

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[22 Dec 2003|11:13pm]
[ mood | content ]
[ music | coheed -delirum trigger- ]

hey i founf the funniest website!!! www.blackpeopleloveus.com check it out !!!
well in other news christmas is approaching and im probably going to get a few dumb things and then have to sit with my mom for the whole day . that sucks. she isnt as bad as i make her out to be. she can be really bitchy at times and i really hate the "do you hear how he talks to me" when ever i walk away i want to turn around and be like well maybee if you were normal i wouldnt talk like that obvousily you annoy me maybeeshe lookin to shock therpery i hear that works wonders. lately when i have hung out with friends i have noticed that i have lost my innocent cuteness i used to do really cute things and i think i used to be humorous but latle i have found myself in reall quirky positions where i have to sit and think god im such a dork why did i just say that. HEY ESTHER who was that boy that sat with us at Rams Horn? he was cute! dose he have a GF or BF hmm maybee i should start staking out the bushes out in the front yard!!! sounds like a plan to me!! yea i peirced my other ear hmmm shows how well my mom pays attention maybee ill gat a tatto on my forehead just to see if she will say something. Naaaa not a good plan i think i should rethink that. any way i went to the murder by death show with the gang and i had a lot of fun!!!! i think i liked them but i probably wouldnt listemn to them for fun im more of and emo kidn now i found this really cool band called "stay for awhile" i like them a lot they are cool everyone should check them out they are from canada. yea and i think i know where i want to go for my eighteenth bday ( the city club) its a gothic club in detroite i hear its really cool. they have fire breathers in cages and stuff!!! i want to go i like putting myself in really uncomfortable sitiations and then ending up haveing fun its great....well untill later .....brettbretterson

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[15 Dec 2003|06:58pm]
[ mood | amused ]
[ music | Three -haloween!!!! ]

shit
your shit.


What swear word are you?
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heh this is true [15 Dec 2003|06:50pm]
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You have a surprise kiss! Your partner is always
pleasantly pleased to have you jump outta no
where to dote them with a fun peck on the cheek
or more passionate embrace. super markets and
work places are your favorite places to attack
your loved one with all your love =p


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PLEASE HELP!!!!!! [15 Dec 2003|04:57pm]
OK so the format isnt right but hey this is blurty what can you ask but if you see something wrong with anything leave a comment PLEASE!!! i really need help i have lost my writing ability because of brandon high school!!!!thanks yall are pals!






Brett Nicholson
Ms. Trahan
English 10
10 December, 2003
Down with Conformity
“In my twenty-one years of experience as a high school principal, some of the students whose clothing and hair styles were (from my point of view anyway) the most outlandish were also among the most outstanding scholars and school leaders,” said accomplished high school principal Dennis Evans (School Uniforms). This quote denounces uniforms implying that clothes do not make the man the man makes the clothes. The taking away of these individual freedoms could potentially disrupt the students’ sense of character and creativity. For some, self-expression is the only outlet that they have in a world of correspondence and conformity. One reason why school uniforms would be a menace to the public education system would be an infringement upon first amendment rights. A second rationality would be that when children are given the right to freely express themselves it would assist their overall attitude and performance in the classroom. A third and final reason is some students buy their clothes for their comfort. However, uniforms could not prove comfortable for every student. Propriety, expressionism, and solace are examples why school uniforms would not be the ideal answer to any schools enigma.
To begin, the wearing of school uniforms violates the first amendment right to freedom of choice. In this day and age children are faced with many choices, from taking drugs to choosing witch brand of shoe they will buy. One of the smallest of these choices is what they will wear when they get up in the morning. Yet taking this minute freedom away could spark some controversy. "It can hardly be argued that students shed their constitutional rights at the schoolhouse gates" (First-Amendment Concerns). This quote by honorary Justice Abe Fortas states that the constitutional rights of the students should not be taken away from them under any circumstance. Past court cases, such as Tinker v. Desmoins have ruled in favor for students to have the right to freely express their opinions through clothing, in a nonviolent manner. " The New York Civil Liberties Union has promised to sue if and student is coerced into wearing a uniform of punished for wearing one" (do uniforms foster). This quote by executive director Norman Siegel shows that cases can be won because it is a written right that all students have. The forefathers did not gather so many years ago to right the Bill of Rights for no particular reason. They meant for these rights to be upheld and interpreted in a just and reasonable demeanor. There for School uniforms are unconstitutional and legally immoral.
Next, school uniforms pressure students to conform to the similarities of an unrealistic society and destroy individuality. In a world of blue hair and nose rings, being different is a big deal. However when students attend a school with a uniform policy these freedoms are revoked, and a sense of conformity is installed. "Clothes are a source of expression for children, and as far as kids get older, they become increasingly resentful of uniforms" (Ann Svensen). This Quote by accomplished Dr. Hilfer imposes the idea that children are artists and their clothing is their canvas. When their canvas is taken away, rebellious moods could arise. The teenage years are a persons most influential and the taking away of their individuality could prove damaging. This lack of uniqueness and distinctiveness could also lower the morale of the student body by making school a drab and unrealistic setting. This lack of diversification could also give these students a rude awakening when they venture into a world of distinct differences. This proves that uniforms challenges individuality.
Lastly, School uniforms are not individuality made and are not made to fit a student’s comfort level. Clothes have more than only fashion purposes. If a student were given the choice to dress up in a suit or to wear sweatpants, they would most likely pick the sweatpants because they are more comfortable. Performing the daily tasks of school could be annoying if it were to be done in a tuxedo. This is a simple concept, children dress for comfort. "I have to wear a shirt and tie, wool sweater, blazer, skirt, and tights all the time. Especially in hot weather it gets very uncomfortable" (Gonzalas). This quote by Cranbrook High School student Richell Gonzalas tells how her school uniform is not weather permitting. This could be very uncomfortable in the
Summer when it’s hot. This could also be a problem in the winter months when some girls have to wear skirts and could catch cold as a result of their uniform. "They never seem to fit right because we have to order them from a magazine" (Gonzalas). Here she sates that her uniforms never fit properly. This could also add to the discomfort of he uniform. Until all uniforms are custom made, designed, and tailored for each individual student, they are not a good idea for any school.
Uniforms can not bandage the problems of public and private schools due to the fact that the cons far outweigh the pros. Uniforms could seem like a good idea at first glance. Yet when deeper investigation is done they do not seem so glamorous. The forced wearing of uniforms degrades society by contradicting everything that the United States of America stands for. Uniforms present an interesting problem for Americans. Most cannot agree on a side but those that do support their decision strongly defend it. With society in the shape it is the decision on school uniforms will be a long and strenuous topic that will be discussed far into the future. The major problem is that uniforms do no fit the needs of every student and for some they interrupt their developing education. Until the world can appreciate and accommodate for every student’s opinions and views there will be no room for school uniforms.

Works Cited
Do Uniforms Foster or Kill creativity?. 19 Mar 1998. Online. 01 Dec 2003.
.
First-Amendment Concerns. 31 Aug 2000. Online. 12 Dec 2003.
.
Gonzalas, Richell Personal 12 Dec 2003.
Svensen, Ann School Uniforms: Quick Fix or Bad Call?. 28 Nov 2003. Online. 12 Dec 2003.
.
School Uniforms. 31 Aug 2000. Online. 12 Dec 2003.
.

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PLEASE HELP!!!!!! [15 Dec 2003|04:57pm]
OK so the format isnt right but hey this is blurty what can you ask but if you see something wrong with anything leave a comment PLEASE!!! i really need help i have lost my writing ability because of brandon high school!!!!thanks yall are pals!






Brett Nicholson
Ms. Trahan
English 10
10 December, 2003
Down with Conformity
“In my twenty-one years of experience as a high school principal, some of the students whose clothing and hair styles were (from my point of view anyway) the most outlandish were also among the most outstanding scholars and school leaders,” said accomplished high school principal Dennis Evans (School Uniforms). This quote denounces uniforms implying that clothes do not make the man the man makes the clothes. The taking away of these individual freedoms could potentially disrupt the students’ sense of character and creativity. For some, self-expression is the only outlet that they have in a world of correspondence and conformity. One reason why school uniforms would be a menace to the public education system would be an infringement upon first amendment rights. A second rationality would be that when children are given the right to freely express themselves it would assist their overall attitude and performance in the classroom. A third and final reason is some students buy their clothes for their comfort. However, uniforms could not prove comfortable for every student. Propriety, expressionism, and solace are examples why school uniforms would not be the ideal answer to any schools enigma.
To begin, the wearing of school uniforms violates the first amendment right to freedom of choice. In this day and age children are faced with many choices, from taking drugs to choosing witch brand of shoe they will buy. One of the smallest of these choices is what they will wear when they get up in the morning. Yet taking this minute freedom away could spark some controversy. "It can hardly be argued that students shed their constitutional rights at the schoolhouse gates" (First-Amendment Concerns). This quote by honorary Justice Abe Fortas states that the constitutional rights of the students should not be taken away from them under any circumstance. Past court cases, such as Tinker v. Desmoins have ruled in favor for students to have the right to freely express their opinions through clothing, in a nonviolent manner. " The New York Civil Liberties Union has promised to sue if and student is coerced into wearing a uniform of punished for wearing one" (do uniforms foster). This quote by executive director Norman Siegel shows that cases can be won because it is a written right that all students have. The forefathers did not gather so many years ago to right the Bill of Rights for no particular reason. They meant for these rights to be upheld and interpreted in a just and reasonable demeanor. There for School uniforms are unconstitutional and legally immoral.
Next, school uniforms pressure students to conform to the similarities of an unrealistic society and destroy individuality. In a world of blue hair and nose rings, being different is a big deal. However when students attend a school with a uniform policy these freedoms are revoked, and a sense of conformity is installed. "Clothes are a source of expression for children, and as far as kids get older, they become increasingly resentful of uniforms" (Ann Svensen). This Quote by accomplished Dr. Hilfer imposes the idea that children are artists and their clothing is their canvas. When their canvas is taken away, rebellious moods could arise. The teenage years are a persons most influential and the taking away of their individuality could prove damaging. This lack of uniqueness and distinctiveness could also lower the morale of the student body by making school a drab and unrealistic setting. This lack of diversification could also give these students a rude awakening when they venture into a world of distinct differences. This proves that uniforms challenges individuality.
Lastly, School uniforms are not individuality made and are not made to fit a student’s comfort level. Clothes have more than only fashion purposes. If a student were given the choice to dress up in a suit or to wear sweatpants, they would most likely pick the sweatpants because they are more comfortable. Performing the daily tasks of school could be annoying if it were to be done in a tuxedo. This is a simple concept, children dress for comfort. "I have to wear a shirt and tie, wool sweater, blazer, skirt, and tights all the time. Especially in hot weather it gets very uncomfortable" (Gonzalas). This quote by Cranbrook High School student Richell Gonzalas tells how her school uniform is not weather permitting. This could be very uncomfortable in the
Summer when it’s hot. This could also be a problem in the winter months when some girls have to wear skirts and could catch cold as a result of their uniform. "They never seem to fit right because we have to order them from a magazine" (Gonzalas). Here she sates that her uniforms never fit properly. This could also add to the discomfort of he uniform. Until all uniforms are custom made, designed, and tailored for each individual student, they are not a good idea for any school.
Uniforms can not bandage the problems of public and private schools due to the fact that the cons far outweigh the pros. Uniforms could seem like a good idea at first glance. Yet when deeper investigation is done they do not seem so glamorous. The forced wearing of uniforms degrades society by contradicting everything that the United States of America stands for. Uniforms present an interesting problem for Americans. Most cannot agree on a side but those that do support their decision strongly defend it. With society in the shape it is the decision on school uniforms will be a long and strenuous topic that will be discussed far into the future. The major problem is that uniforms do no fit the needs of every student and for some they interrupt their developing education. Until the world can appreciate and accommodate for every student’s opinions and views there will be no room for school uniforms.

Works Cited
Do Uniforms Foster or Kill creativity?. 19 Mar 1998. Online. 01 Dec 2003.
.
First-Amendment Concerns. 31 Aug 2000. Online. 12 Dec 2003.
.
Gonzalas, Richell Personal 12 Dec 2003.
Svensen, Ann School Uniforms: Quick Fix or Bad Call?. 28 Nov 2003. Online. 12 Dec 2003.
.
School Uniforms. 31 Aug 2000. Online. 12 Dec 2003.
.

.
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PLEASE HELP!!!!!! [15 Dec 2003|04:57pm]
OK so the format isnt right but hey this is blurty what can you ask but if you see something wrong with anything leave a comment PLEASE!!! i really need help i have lost my writing ability because of brandon high school!!!!thanks yall are pals!






Brett Nicholson
Ms. Trahan
English 10
10 December, 2003
Down with Conformity
“In my twenty-one years of experience as a high school principal, some of the students whose clothing and hair styles were (from my point of view anyway) the most outlandish were also among the most outstanding scholars and school leaders,” said accomplished high school principal Dennis Evans (School Uniforms). This quote denounces uniforms implying that clothes do not make the man the man makes the clothes. The taking away of these individual freedoms could potentially disrupt the students’ sense of character and creativity. For some, self-expression is the only outlet that they have in a world of correspondence and conformity. One reason why school uniforms would be a menace to the public education system would be an infringement upon first amendment rights. A second rationality would be that when children are given the right to freely express themselves it would assist their overall attitude and performance in the classroom. A third and final reason is some students buy their clothes for their comfort. However, uniforms could not prove comfortable for every student. Propriety, expressionism, and solace are examples why school uniforms would not be the ideal answer to any schools enigma.
To begin, the wearing of school uniforms violates the first amendment right to freedom of choice. In this day and age children are faced with many choices, from taking drugs to choosing witch brand of shoe they will buy. One of the smallest of these choices is what they will wear when they get up in the morning. Yet taking this minute freedom away could spark some controversy. "It can hardly be argued that students shed their constitutional rights at the schoolhouse gates" (First-Amendment Concerns). This quote by honorary Justice Abe Fortas states that the constitutional rights of the students should not be taken away from them under any circumstance. Past court cases, such as Tinker v. Desmoins have ruled in favor for students to have the right to freely express their opinions through clothing, in a nonviolent manner. " The New York Civil Liberties Union has promised to sue if and student is coerced into wearing a uniform of punished for wearing one" (do uniforms foster). This quote by executive director Norman Siegel shows that cases can be won because it is a written right that all students have. The forefathers did not gather so many years ago to right the Bill of Rights for no particular reason. They meant for these rights to be upheld and interpreted in a just and reasonable demeanor. There for School uniforms are unconstitutional and legally immoral.
Next, school uniforms pressure students to conform to the similarities of an unrealistic society and destroy individuality. In a world of blue hair and nose rings, being different is a big deal. However when students attend a school with a uniform policy these freedoms are revoked, and a sense of conformity is installed. "Clothes are a source of expression for children, and as far as kids get older, they become increasingly resentful of uniforms" (Ann Svensen). This Quote by accomplished Dr. Hilfer imposes the idea that children are artists and their clothing is their canvas. When their canvas is taken away, rebellious moods could arise. The teenage years are a persons most influential and the taking away of their individuality could prove damaging. This lack of uniqueness and distinctiveness could also lower the morale of the student body by making school a drab and unrealistic setting. This lack of diversification could also give these students a rude awakening when they venture into a world of distinct differences. This proves that uniforms challenges individuality.
Lastly, School uniforms are not individuality made and are not made to fit a student’s comfort level. Clothes have more than only fashion purposes. If a student were given the choice to dress up in a suit or to wear sweatpants, they would most likely pick the sweatpants because they are more comfortable. Performing the daily tasks of school could be annoying if it were to be done in a tuxedo. This is a simple concept, children dress for comfort. "I have to wear a shirt and tie, wool sweater, blazer, skirt, and tights all the time. Especially in hot weather it gets very uncomfortable" (Gonzalas). This quote by Cranbrook High School student Richell Gonzalas tells how her school uniform is not weather permitting. This could be very uncomfortable in the
Summer when it’s hot. This could also be a problem in the winter months when some girls have to wear skirts and could catch cold as a result of their uniform. "They never seem to fit right because we have to order them from a magazine" (Gonzalas). Here she sates that her uniforms never fit properly. This could also add to the discomfort of he uniform. Until all uniforms are custom made, designed, and tailored for each individual student, they are not a good idea for any school.
Uniforms can not bandage the problems of public and private schools due to the fact that the cons far outweigh the pros. Uniforms could seem like a good idea at first glance. Yet when deeper investigation is done they do not seem so glamorous. The forced wearing of uniforms degrades society by contradicting everything that the United States of America stands for. Uniforms present an interesting problem for Americans. Most cannot agree on a side but those that do support their decision strongly defend it. With society in the shape it is the decision on school uniforms will be a long and strenuous topic that will be discussed far into the future. The major problem is that uniforms do no fit the needs of every student and for some they interrupt their developing education. Until the world can appreciate and accommodate for every student’s opinions and views there will be no room for school uniforms.

Works Cited
Do Uniforms Foster or Kill creativity?. 19 Mar 1998. Online. 01 Dec 2003.
.
First-Amendment Concerns. 31 Aug 2000. Online. 12 Dec 2003.
.
Gonzalas, Richell Personal 12 Dec 2003.
Svensen, Ann School Uniforms: Quick Fix or Bad Call?. 28 Nov 2003. Online. 12 Dec 2003.
.
School Uniforms. 31 Aug 2000. Online. 12 Dec 2003.
.

.
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hopelessly devoted [12 Dec 2003|10:51pm]
KrimaChameleon15: you look very cute in your pics!!!!!!

(YAY) (this is marc talking to me again im soooo happy he said i was cutE!!!!!!)
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i pick the swell ones [12 Dec 2003|06:51pm]
ok so i hung out with these four kids from choir and in my school they are known as THE CLICQ. Whatever i say to that. But i had a lot of fun. The olny problem is they dont know im gay and they are super curchie! like they all go to bible study with eachother on wednessdays. I really like them and want to hang out with them but im afraid they will freak out when they find out. And another problem i have a crush on one of them. he is super cute and he has never had a girlfried and i really like him and he is always hitting me and blaming everything on me. Antoher thing that leads me to beleive that he isnt so straight is he is super stylish and he has great hair.. i like hm more than i liked jeff!
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jessic!!1 [09 Dec 2003|11:33am]
i need help with my research paper CALL ME
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heavy eyelids [07 Dec 2003|08:56pm]
yea today i went to breeannes and we went to target in burton. I DONT KNOW WHY. but i had fun. then we went to sam's and worked on costumes it was way cool its getting a lot better.
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why me? [01 Dec 2003|08:34am]
so yesterday i was unloading all of my troubles onto jessica and now i feel bad about it. Well at least her life is going a lot better i just dont know i feel so out of control like i have no firm grasp on how my life is going. And im getting kind of sick of people telling me to ive it time . shut the fck up you have no i mean NO idea how crappy things are. Not at home but at school and just me. i have no social life. FOR REAL like the three friends that i do have stand me uo like every weekend and the other friend is constanly grounded. so i can safly say i have no real friends. i truly hate it here and i cry everday. Knowbody knows what its like to be hated..............
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blah [24 Nov 2003|08:20pm]
Tramp Bear
Tramp Bear


Which Dysfunctional Care Bear Are You?
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step aside silverstien [24 Nov 2003|07:50pm]
[ mood | artistic ]
[ music | Denver maX -The blood brothers- ]

This is just a tase of my poem for english (being just a taste because i havent finished it. maybee its done i cant tell yet....

On the windiest day
I walk till my fathers voice is distant
like an echo
and i crouch for warmth
olny my eyes above water
These are the moments
thats teach you to watch
the gentle stopped time
when you wait for the waves.

coll huh i guess i just had this inspiration fom this poaster in mrs.T's room i think ill call it waiting for the waves.

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hoo hoo [20 Nov 2003|10:36am]
Gangsta Bitch!
You're Gangsta Bitch Barbie. You're tough and you
like it rough, and of course you like to pop a
cap in any wiggers ass.


If You Were A Barbie, Which Messed Up Version Would You Be?
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loo loo [20 Nov 2003|10:25am]
Mars Volta
Congrats...I think. You are the Mars Volta. This
band defines creativity. Their crazy jazz
interludes may seem a bit out of place at
times, but in the end, this band is a work of
artistic taklent and ingenuity...just like you.


Which Indie Band Are You?
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wtf? [19 Nov 2003|05:30pm]
nestingcat2pnt0: listen brett, i appreciate you trying to be all friendly, but i'm having a really hard time being a "real" person apparently. so you'll probably do better off not talking to me. sorry

Thats what jenna said after i asked her is she had live journal codes. i was like ummm ok.... cna anyone tell me what her problem is? You know what i dont ven care because ive got problems of my own. my mom told me that she is moving out because her and jack dont get along and she said i can stay but she is going to movin with her friend lori. This kind of thing happens once a mounth. Can you guess why? yea so if she leaves im staying here unless i could find a better living situation closer to linden tah isnt my aunts house. i doubt she will move though cause they are at the eagles right now and im sure they will come home "in love" again. I say whatever.
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