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 Note: <888> 09/30/12 Sunday 8:05 P.M.  I ate a 14.5 ounce Maria  Callendar chicken pot pie with a 12 ounce glass of diet www.coke.com .   I will now go downtown for a walk.  It is colder out right now at 57 degrees Fahrenheit.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/30/12 Sunday 7:25 P.M.  I made 135 Premier Lights 100 MM filter Peter Stokkebye Turkish pipe tobacco cigarettes while watching "King George VI, the Man Behind the King's Speech".  CIO   

Note: <888> 09/30/12 Sunday 4:30 P.M.  I woke up at 11 A.M., and I chatted with a relative.  I went back to bed until 3 P.M..  I ate breakfast of oatmeal with honey and milk and sliced banana, a toasted English muffin with olive oil, a 12 ounce glass of watered down punch, and a cup of coffee with Splenda sweetener and milk. I washed the breakfast dishes, and I made my bed. CIO     

End of Scott's Notes week of 09/30/12:

Note: <888> 09/30/12 Sunday 4:40 A.M.  I will now send out my weekly notes.  I will then shut down the primary work computer.  I will eat a day old muffin, and I will then go to bed.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/30/12 Sunday 2:40 A.M.  I ordered MENs L.L. BEAN field Jacket BARN Coat flannel lined XXL | eBay for $59.99 and $15 shipping for $74.99 total.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/30/12 Sunday 2:00 A.M.  I have one of these Upland Field Coat with Gore-Tex: Hunting Jackets | Free Shipping at L.L.Bean that I bought for $89 as a clearance item about six years ago in XXL tall.  At $249, they have gone up in price.   I use to walk around New York City in the old days with a jacket like this vtg 50s high quality DUCK CANVAS HUNTING FIELD JACKET talon pocket zip L | eBay , but it is not available in my size right now.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/30/12 Sunday 1:00 A.M.  I noticed today in the seafood counter at the Stop and Shop that they were selling 8 ounce containers of lobster salad for $30.  Considering up in Maine, they are selling whole live lobsters for $4 a pound, there is a big mark up on lobsters between Maine and Greenwich, Connecticut.  Also while I was at T.J.Maxx - Designer & Brand Name Clothing, Accessories and Home Decor at the Maine Mall this past Tuesday, they had Preppy Men’s Clothing, Women’s Clothing and Men’s Silk Ties – Vineyard Vines red rain jackets regularly $300 for $100.  They even had one in XXL, but with arthritis, I do not walk much in the rain.  There is nice T.J. Maxx up on Route 7 in Wilton, Connecticut just north of the Wal-Mart shopping center.  There is a Marshalls - brand name and designer fashion for the entire family near www.costco.com in Port Chester, New York, and another one at the Ridgeway shopping center in Stamford, Connecticut.  I never visit White Plains, New York which is nearby, since although they have a lot of the First Class stores in the country at their first class malls, there is way too much traffic there for me to feel comfortable to drive over there.  Besides, I would not be able to afford to buy anything anyway.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/30/12 Sunday 12:35 A.M.  I got email today from a user who is some place where it will be a 103 degrees Fahrenheit this Monday, but the user did not tell me where he was at.  While walking lower Greenwich Avenue today, I noticed that on lower Greenwich Avenue on the west side, one of the long time businesses, "The Pizza Post" has closed.  Also just to the south of them in the new building just north of the Belgium bakery, there is a new Art Gallery with an exhibit this month on "Horses".  Also I was told by a local observer that the new coffee shop across from CVS called "CFCF" is paying $20,000 a month rent, so they have to sell a lot of coffee and pastries and sandwiches to pay the rent.  They apparently had some zoning problems about seating and the front door that they still have to fix from their original zoning application.  They also have another coffee shop in New York City with another name.   They have a professional coffee roasting machine on the premises, so it is freshly roasted coffee they serve.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/29/12 Saturday 11:55 P.M.  The Windows 8 ninety day demo on the IBM ThinkCentre only has 45 days left to go.  However, although I have it up and running, nobody is rushing to see me demonstrate it, so I guess they are all still hooked Windows XP.  Windows 8 does start up and work quite fast though, and it is suppose to available on October 29, 2012, and will also be offered as an upgrade for a $40 download from Microsoft through January 2013.  However, my beta machines are inexpensive machines, and I will not be putting it on them, since I never use the beta machines except to test beta operating systems.  However, the beta machines are a lot faster than my primary work computer and the FIC server that I do use a lot.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/29/12 Saturday 10:35 P.M.  George Bush Presidential Library Foundation

Microsoft Says 6,000 Jobs Open, Wants More Visas - Windows -

Juan Carlos I Seeks Redemption, for Spain and Monarchy - NYTimes.com  CIO 

Note: <888> 09/29/12 Saturday 9:50 P.M.  I drank a cup of coffee with Splenda sweetener and milk.  On the IBM ThinkCentre in front of the mahogany bureau in the living room, when I installed the Windows 8 ninety day demo a month ago on a second partition, it brought up product activation on the primary Windows 7 partition on the primary partition with 30 days to go which expired recently.  I restored the Windows 7 Complete PC backup to its existing location with out repartitioning the hard drive, so Windows 7 and Windows 8 are both on the IBM ThinkCentre, but the boot manager for Windows 8 was not.  I used the Windows 7 DVD to repair the Windows 8 boot manager, but it would not work but was recognized.  I tried using the Windows 8 ninety day demo DVD to repair the Windows 8 boot manager, but under "repair" and "advanced" there was no option to repair the boot manager.  I then used the earlier Windows 8 Consumer Preview DVD, and under "repair" "advance" there is an option to repair the Windows 8 boot manager which worked.  Thus I have both Windows 7 and Windows 8 ninety day demo on the IBM ThinkCentre with Windows 7 activated and Windows 8 with 60 days to go on the configured demo.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/29/12 Saturday 6:55 P.M.  I ate a ham and cheese sandwich on a Kaiser roll with Hellmann's olive oil mayonnaise, Italian spices, ground black pepper, hot horseradish, olive oil and two quarter inch thick slices of a sweet onion with Kettle salt and vinegar potato chips and a 12 ounce glass of Schweppes Ginger Ale.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/29/12 Saturday 5:55 P.M.  I threw out the garbage.  I went downtown, and I walked most of the entire length of Greenwich Avenue and the train station area.  I stopped by the Greenwich Cigar store, and I played a "Quick Cash" scratch card for  a dollar, but I lost.  I chatted with a friend on my wireless telephone.  I ran into another local walker, so we walked up Greenwich Avenue.  We went to CVS.  I bought a CVS 7 ounce extra moisturizing sensitive skin shave cream for $2.29 and a 50 yard Johnson and Johnson Cleanburst Dental Floss for $1.99 and .27 tax for $4.55 total.  We then walked across the street.  The new "CFCF" coffee shop is now opened, and today they are offering free gourmet coffee and pastries, but I did not have one, since I do not drink liquids when I am out walking.  The other walker did.  We sat out nearby in the little vest pocket park.  We then walked down Greenwich Avenue.  I said goodbye to the other walker.  I then sat out for a while.  I used the bathroom at Starbucks.  I then drove over to the Stop and Shop.  I bought two 14.5 ounce Maria Callender beef pot pies for $2.50 each and two 14.5 ounce Maria Callender chicken pot pies for $2.50 each, a quart jar of Vlassic dill pickles for $2, two 48 ounce Quaker Old Fashioned oatmeals for $4.99 each, two 8.5 ounce Kettle salt and vinegar potato chips for $2.50 each, a Gold's horseradish 10 ounce for $1.50 and a two tablet 1.7 ounce each Automatic Bowl Fresh for $2.99 and .19 tax for $29.66 total.  I then returned home.  I picked up the mail, and I put away my groceries.  CIO 

Note: <888> 09/29/12 Saturday 1:15 P.M.  I chatted with a relative.  I will now shower and clean up, and then I will go downtown for a walk.  CIO 

Note: <888> 09/29/12 Saturday 12:45 P.M.  I ordered 80 ounces of Peter Stokkebye Turkish Pipe Tobacco (ounces) for $1.37 and ounce for $109.83 with free shipping.

I ordered 10 cartons of Premier Light 100's Cigarette Tubes 5 Boxs 1000 Tubes filtered tubes RYO - GarryG for $30.30 and $6.50 shipping for $36.80 total.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/29/12 Saturday 12:25 P.M.   For October 2012, I paid my www.cablevision.com Digital Cable TV, Optimum Boost Plus, Optimum Voice, and my www.cl-p.com electricity bill, and my www.verizon.com local telephone bill.  CIO 

Note: <888> 09/29/12 Saturday 11:55 A.M.  I woke up at 10 A.M..  I ate breakfast of oatmeal with honey and milk and sliced banana, a toasted English muffin with olive oil, a 12 ounce glass of watered down punch, and a cup of coffee with Splenda sweetener and milk. I washed the breakfast dishes, and I made my bed. CIO   

Note: <888> 09/29/12 Saturday 1:55 A.M.  I watched Part 1 of "Edward the Seventh".  I will now shut down the primary work computer.  I will eat a day old muffin, and then I will go to bed.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/29/12 Saturday 12:25 A.M.   I put away the laundry.  Today is one of my favorite holidays Michaelmas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia , and it is suppose to be legal to steal a horse in Scotland.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/28/12 Friday 11:50 P.M.  Why it is not busy at www.starbucks.com downtown on Greenwich Avenue at night Greenwich Gas Prices – Find Greenwich, Connecticut Gas Stations and Cheap Gas in CT at Automobile Magazine .  Of course there are some urban people and young people whom do not use cars downtown, so they are pretty much oblivious to the higher prices of gasoline.  I remember the Arab oil embargo starting back in 1973, and it was quite convenient to get around, if one could fine a gasoline with fuel to sell.  Of course back then gasoline was less than 50 cents a gallon and $5 would fill up your fuel tank.  New York did not start to recover the Arab oil embargo until the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ opened up an office in 1978 on the northeast corner of 57th street and Park Avenue in Manhattan, and they were paying everyone in cash, so they would not have to pay taxes.  Basically, one learned to keep busy as best one could doing odd jobs and not spending much money.  Of course back then we did not have Cable Television, so we mostly watched the three prime television networks, so we did not really know too much compared today with all of the media we have.  Of course back in Jolly Old England, they have always had fuel shortages, so the masses used more economical transportation and a lot of their cars were very fuel efficient.  The British have never had any need of my services over in England, so I have never been there to add my two cents of wisdom and insight.  I mostly know what I know about England from watching vintage British media, so I am not too up to date on the British if they ever became modern.  I think the Pubs in England have to close at 11 P.M. at night, so they are not a late night group of people.  They do have Casinos and Clubs that stay open later for the Carriage Trade.  More than likely if any British ever show up here, they will probably want a beer, but I think they drink their beer at room temperature.  From what I know it is also colder over there, but they are used to it.  In Manhattan, it is no longer tobacco friend.   On my last trip in Febuary over four years ago, I did noticed that across the street and just south of the Waldorf Astoria on Park Avenue, there were metal tables and chairs outside on a patio on the north side of the Welcome to Deutsche Bank USA on the southwest corner, so the Germans are tobacco friendly.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/28/12 Friday 11:15 P.M.   T.rex-size crocodiles ruled the ancient seas | Fox News  CIO

Note: <888> 09/28/12 Friday 11:05 P.M.  I have 45 minutes to go on the two dry cycles.  CIO 

Note: <888> 09/28/12 Friday 10:35 P.M.  I started two loads of laundry, and I have 15 minutes to go on the wash cycles.  I put clean linens on the bed.  I threw out the garbage and the old periodical literature.  CIO 

Note: <888> 09/28/12 Friday 9:40 P.M.  Scotland’s calling! Check rates on airfare, accommodation and tours

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Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library: Email - Disney's Hall of Presidents Pins available only at the Reagan Library!  CIO

Note: <888> 09/28/12 Friday 8:40 P.M.  I chatted with a relative.  I ate two 3 ounce Purdue chicken cutlets, 12 ounces of mashed potatoes with Smart Balance Spread, steamed broccoli crowns and baby carrots with extra virgin olive oil and Smart Balance spread, a 12 ounce glass of Schweppes Ginger Ale, and a cup of green tea with Splenda sweetener and Borden's lemon juice. The Sharp convection oven stopped mid cycle during cooking the last two nights. I am not sure what the problem is. To restart it, I have to disconnect it from its power strip and leave it unplugged for about a minute, and then plug it back in, and it seems to work then. If the Sharp convection oven should quit working, I still have a medium size Farberware oven that I could use. CIO 

Note: <888> 09/28/12 Friday 7:00 P.M. I chatted with a relative. I uninstalled the Netgear Storage program on the primary work computer and the FIC server. CIO

Note: <888> 09/28/12 Friday 6:05 P.M. The McAfee update on the firewall security on the FIC server, now prevents me from transferring files from my primary work computer through the network to the FIC server. I can manually transfer them with a USB pen drive which is more tedious. The McAfee firewall does not let me adjust the setting either. It seems McAfee has changed their firewall setup, and since it automatically installs, one can not keep it from updating the McAfee software. CIO

Note: <888> 09/28/12 Friday 5:50 P.M. I chatted with a relative. I showered, and I cleaned up. I threw out the garbage and the mail. I chatted with a neighbor. I picked up the mail. CIO

Note: <888> 09/28/12 Friday 4:00 P.M. The order arrived for two Croft and Barrow Twill Flexible-Waist Flat-Front Shorts - Big and Tall in waist 48 inches in drawsting color for $13.20 each less 20% off with coupon code “FFSEPT20” for $5.28 off and free shipping with coupon code “FREE2SHIP” and $1.34 tax for $22.46 total. CIO

Note: <888> 09/28/12 Friday 3:35 P.M. I had two telephone calls from computer people this morning. I finally woke up at 2 P.M.. I ate breakfast of oatmeal with honey and milk and sliced banana, a toasted English muffin with olive oil, a 12 ounce glass of watered down punch, and a cup of coffee with Splenda sweetener and milk. I washed the breakfast dishes, and I made my bed.

On the primary work computer setup with the Netgear storage device, this past morning I had tried fixing it by restoring the backup from January 19, 2012, but it would not work either, but it also would not install the Windows updates, so I restored the backup from August 28, 2012 which the Netgear Storage device would not work with either.  The Netgear Storage device worked with the primary work computer when I first got back home this past Wednesday evening.  All I can think is that my McAfee firewall when it updates itself blocks the Netgear storage device with its recent updates.  I have the Netgear storage device disabled right now on the primary work computer.  I can try to reinstall it, but it should have worked when I restored the backups.  Since it works with the other computers, I technically could transfer files from the primary work computer over my network to the FIC server and then store them on the Netgear Storage device which works with the FIC server.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/28/12 Friday 7:35 A.M. The main problem I have been having with the primary work computer this morning and yesterday is that I can not get the Netgear Storage device to work with it, although it works with the other computers on the network. I will now shut down the primary work computer, and I will go to bed soon. CIO

Note: <888> 09/28/12 Friday 6:05 A.M. I ate two 3 ounce Purdue chicken cutlets, 12 ounces of mashed potatoes with Smart Balance Spread, steamed broccoli crowns and baby carrots with extra virgin olive oil and Smart Balance spread, a 12 ounce glass of Schweppes Ginger Ale, and a cup of green tea with Splenda sweetener and Borden's lemon juice. I did some routine computer maintenance for a long time, but I am use to that. CIO

Note: <888> 09/27/12 Thursday 9:15 P.M. I went downtown after the last note. I went by CVS, and I bought two 12 ounce Carnation canned milk for $1 each for $2 total. The new coffee shop "CFCF" is still not opened. I then sat out briefly further downtown. I then went by the Greenwich Library, and I chatted with a staff member. I used the bathroom. I then went by the Stop and Shop. I bought a package of day old muffins for $2.25, a six pack of Stop and Shop English muffins for $1.49, a 59 ounce container of Florida Natural orange juice for $2.79, a 16 ounce package of Smart Balance Lite for $3.19, Stop and Shop deli sliced white American cheese for $5.99 a pound for $6.17, Stop and Shop deli sliced premium ham for $5.99 a pound for $6.14, a 12 ounce generic honey for $2.25, a five quart package of Stop and Shop powdered milk for $5.99, a 10 ounce bottle of Kikkoman soy sauce for $2.29, buy one 12 ounce Purdue chicken cutlets for $3.69 get the second one free, buy one 24 ounce Simply Mashed Potatoes for $3.69 get the second one free, a two pound bag of baby carrots for $2.79, bananas for .79 a pound for $1.49, broccoli crowns for $1.79 a pound for $1.33, a sweet onion for $1.49 a pound for $1.27 and 65 cents returned cans for $46.47 total. I then returned home, and I put away my groceries. CIO

Note: <888> 09/27/12 Thursday 6:00 P.M. I did some computer maintenance. I ate a ham and cheese sandwich on a Kaiser roll with Hellmann's mayonnaise and a dill pickle slice and Pringles sour cream and onion potato chips and a 12 ounce glass of Minute Maid Lemon Aid. I went outside, and I chatted with neighbors about the Price of Tea in China. I picked up the mail. The order for two three packs in XXL Fruit of the Loom 3-pk. Plaid Boxers - Big and Tall for $9.99 each three pack less 20% off with coupon code “FFSEPT20” for $4 off and free shipping with coupon code “FREE2SHIP” and $1.01 tax for $16.99 total arrived.  I chatted with a friend.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/27/12 Thursday 1:15 P.M. I chatted with a relative in Kennebunkport, Maine. Another relative cleaned the toilets again, which from my viewpoint was not necessary. The same relative cleaned the deck furniture and brought it inside. They have workman there working on removing the debris from the lower yard by the marsh pond. A rope broke on the debris they were pulling out with a truck, and one of the workman hurt his eye. CIO

Note: <888> 09/27/12 Thursday 12:50 P.M. I chatted with a Greenwich Housing Authority representative, and I left a message with another representative about the ceiling insulation. I showed the apartment to the ceiling insulation installer, and he told me if they have to do it, it will be another month. I made 206 Premier Lights 100 MM filter Peter Stokkebye Turkish pipe tobacco cigarettes while watching Series 2 Episode 2 and 3 of "Poirot".  CIO 

Note: <888> 09/27/12 Thursday 9:05 A.M. I chatted with a friend. I will now shower and clean up. I will then make cigarettes. CIO

Note: <888> 09/27/12 Thursday 8:25 A.M. I ate a 8.5 ounce bag of 60% reduced fat Chex Mix before going to bed. I woke up at 8 A.M.. I ate breakfast of oatmeal with honey and milk, a toasted English muffin with olive oil, a 12 ounce glass of watered down punch, and a cup of coffee with Splenda sweetener and milk. I washed the breakfast dishes, and I made my bed. CIO

End of Scott's Notes week of 09/26/12:

Note: <888> 09/26/12 Wednesday 10:25 P.M. I made my first payment on my new www.geico.com automobile insurance policy that begins on October 8, 2012. It is the first of four payment each month on the six month policy.

I will now send out the last couple of weeks of my notes.  I will then shut down the primary work computer, and I will go to bed soon.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/26/12 Wednesday 9:50 P.M. In the mail today that I picked up, the orders for Slickdeals: The Best Deals, Coupons & Discounts on Laptops, Computers, LCDs, TVs, Dell, HP, Apple, Amazon , and I ordered the James Bond Golden Eye watch for $5.99 with free shipping and the order for 14 LED Flashlight, Aeronautic Aluminum Alloy LED Flashlight, Black, GL-7614 for $1.99 with coupon code "MLCK903NNL1" with free shipping arrived.  I put three AAA alkaline batteries in the flashlight, and I placed it on the top of the white bookcase at the kitchen entrance.  CIO

Note: <888> 09/26/12 Wednesday 9:25 P.M. Yesterday after the last note, I packed and loaded the Audi. I then took a nap from 2:30 P.M. to 4 P.M.. I went for a drive with a relative along Kennebunk beach, and while sitting out at the west end of the east beach, we chatted with another relative. We then returned to my relatives' house. I ate cranberry and bacon and horseradish dip with crackers and watered down orange juice while watch television. We then drove over the Amtrak train station in Wells, Maine to pick up a relative. On Route 9 by the bridge just south of the Rachel Carson sanctuary, there is only one lane of traffic alternating with the red and green lights displayed due to construction at that location. Also on U.S.1 in Wells, Maine from the Maine Diner west to the Fire Station, it is still under construction for road resurfacing. We picked up my relative at 6:45 P.M.. We then drove back to Kennebunkport. I rinsed the dirt off my relatives' car from the construction dirt we drove through. For dinner, I had seven barbecued spare ribs, two ears of sweet corn on the cob with butter, steamed broccoli crowns with butter, the last piece of four berry pie, and a glass of watered down orange juice. I cleaned up the kitchen. I went to bed at 8:30 P.M., and I woke up at 6:30 A.M. this morning. I ate breakfast of oatmeal with Splenda sweetener and milk and a sliced banana, a English muffin with butter, coffee with milk and Splenda sweetener, watered down orange juice and vitamins and supplements. I showered, and I cleaned up. I stripped my bed, and I started the washer to wash the linens and bath towel and bath mat. I packed the rest of my items. I said good bye to the www.nytimes.com delivery person. I also made turkey and Swiss cheese sandwich on Pita bread with Hellmann's mayonnaise to take with me. I washed the garage ashtrays. I said good by to my relatives. I left the house at 8:05 A.M.. I drove through Kennebunkport and north on Route 9 to Kennebunk. I got on I-95 south in Kennebunk paying a dollar toll. I paid a $2 toll at the end of the Maine Turnpike and another $2 toll at the New Hampshire turnpike. I stopped at the Massachusetts welcome center. I got on I-495 west, and I stopped at the Lowell rest area. I got on I-290 west, and I got off at the second Massachusetts turnpike exit after Worcester. I stopped at the Charlton rest area, and I ate my sandwich. I chatted with a relative on my wireless telephone. I bought $26.01 of self service premium Gulf gasoline at $4.259 a gallon for 6.106 gallons at odometer reading of 71242 miles for 148.3 miles driving since September 11, 2012 for 22.288 miles per gallon in mostly highway driving today. I then got off the Massachusetts turnpike at the Sturbridge exit, and I paid a 50 cent toll. I got on I-84 West, and I stopped the Connecticut Welcome center. I then got on I-91 south to I-15 Wilbur Cross Parkway west. I stopped at the North Haven rest area. I then stopped at the New Canaan rest area. I got off the Merritt Parkway at the North Street exit in Greenwich, and I drove into downtown Greenwich, and I went to the Chase Bank at 19 West Putnam Avenue for about a six hour trip total. I then went to the Putnam Shell at 401 West Putnam Avenue, and I bought $19.01 of self service premium gasoline for $4.719 a gallon for 4.029 gallons for 130.9 miles driving since the previous fill up for 32.490 miles per gallon in mostly highway traffic. I then went by the Valley Road Post Office, and I picked up my mail. I also bought twenty 45 cent forever U.S.A. flag stamps for $9 total. I chatted with a neighbor. I then returned back to my apartment for 264 miles driving from my relatives' house in Maine. I unloaded the Audi. I started the apartments utilities. I chatted with a relative. I unpacked. I sorted through my mail. I had fruit flies in the kitchen from two old Vidalia onions and two bulbs of garlic that I left out. I threw them away, and I sprayed Glade air spray to get rid of the fruit flies. I was told by the building custodian they are installing insulation in the false ceilings in the apartments and along with new ceiling tiles. I will have to discuss it with the Greenwich Housing Authority due to my apartments configuration. Obviously I am not able to move too much stuff for them to do the job. My viewpoint is to leave well enough alone. I worry that insulation in the ceiling might actually make the apartment warmer in the summer, when I use more electricity for cooling than in the winter for heat. They will not be around to doing it until next week anyway. I chatted with two relatives and two friends. I threw out the garbage, and I chatted with a neighbor. I started the FIC server. I chatted with a relative. I ate a 14 ounce Boston Market sirloin tips dinner with eggs noodles and a 12 ounce glass of Schweppes Ginger Ale. Earlier I drank to 12 ounce glass of Sprite. I do not drink fluids while I am traveling, so I get dehydrated. CIO
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