Tuesday, March 25, 2014

American taxation. Does anybody give a rats ass?

If you are like most Americans, paying taxes is one of your pet peeves.  The deadline to file your federal taxes is coming up, and this year Americans will spend more than 7 billion hours preparing their taxes and will hand over more than four trillion dollars to federal, state and local governments.  Americans will fork over nearly 30 percent of what they earn to pay their income taxes, but that is only a small part of the story.

As you will see below, there are dozens of other taxes that Americans pay every year.  Of course not everyone pays all of these taxes, but without a doubt we are all being taxed into oblivion.  It is like death by a thousand paper cuts.  Our politicians have become extremely creative in finding ways to extract money from all of us, and most Americans don't even realize what is being done to them.  By the time it is all said and done, a significant portion of the population ends up paying more than half of what they earn to the government.  That is fundamentally wrong, but nothing will be done about it until people start demanding change.

The following is a list of 97 taxes Americans pay every year...

#1 Air Transportation Taxes (just look at how much you were charged the last time you flew)
#2 Biodiesel Fuel Taxes
#3 Building Permit Taxes
#4 Business Registration Fees
#5 Capital Gains Taxes
#6 Cigarette Taxes
#7 Court Fines (indirect taxes)
#8 Disposal Fees
#9 Dog License Taxes
#10 Drivers License Fees (another form of taxation)
#11 Employer Health Insurance Mandate Tax
#12 Employer Medicare Taxes
#13 Employer Social Security Taxes
#14 Environmental Fees
#15 Estate Taxes
#16 Excise Taxes On Comprehensive Health Insurance Plans
#17 Federal Corporate Taxes
#18 Federal Income Taxes
#19 Federal Unemployment Taxes
#20 Fishing License Taxes
#21 Flush Taxes (yes, this actually exists in some areas)
#22 Food And Beverage License Fees
#23 Franchise Business Taxes
#24 Garbage Taxes
#25 Gasoline Taxes
#26 Gift Taxes
#27 Gun Ownership Permits
#28 Hazardous Material Disposal Fees
#29 Highway Access Fees
#30 Hotel Taxes (these are becoming quite large in some areas)
#31 Hunting License Taxes
#32 Import Taxes
#33 Individual Health Insurance Mandate Taxes
#34 Inheritance Taxes
#35 Insect Control Hazardous Materials Licenses
#36 Inspection Fees
#37 Insurance Premium Taxes
#38 Interstate User Diesel Fuel Taxes
#39 Inventory Taxes
#40 IRA Early Withdrawal Taxes
#41 IRS Interest Charges (tax on top of tax)
#42 IRS Penalties (tax on top of tax)
#43 Library Taxes
#44 License Plate Fees
#45 Liquor Taxes
#46 Local Corporate Taxes
#47 Local Income Taxes
#48 Local School Taxes
#49 Local Unemployment Taxes
#50 Luxury Taxes
#51 Marriage License Taxes
#52 Medicare Taxes
#53 Medicare Tax Surcharge On High Earning Americans Under Obamacare
#54 Obamacare Individual Mandate Excise Tax (if you don't buy "qualifying" health insurance under Obamacare you will have to pay an additional tax)
#55 Obamacare Surtax On Investment Income (a new 3.8% surtax on investment income)
#56 Parking Meters
#57 Passport Fees
#58 Professional Licenses And Fees (another form of taxation)
#59 Property Taxes
#60 Real Estate Taxes
#61 Recreational Vehicle Taxes
#62 Registration Fees For New Businesses
#63 Toll Booth Taxes
#64 Sales Taxes
#65 Self-Employment Taxes
#66 Sewer & Water Taxes
#67 School Taxes
#68 Septic Permit Taxes
#69 Service Charge Taxes
#70 Social Security Taxes
#71 Special Assessments For Road Repairs Or Construction
#72 Sports Stadium Taxes
#73 State Corporate Taxes
#74 State Income Taxes
#75 State Park Entrance Fees
#76 State Unemployment Taxes (SUTA)
#77 Tanning Taxes (a new Obamacare tax on tanning services)
#78 Telephone 911 Service Taxes
#79 Telephone Federal Excise Taxes
#80 Telephone Federal Universal Service Fee Taxes
#81 Telephone Minimum Usage Surcharge Taxes
#82 Telephone State And Local Taxes
#83 Telephone Universal Access Taxes
#84 The Alternative Minimum Tax
#85 Tire Recycling Fees
#86 Tire Taxes
#87 Tolls (another form of taxation)
#88 Traffic Fines (indirect taxation)
#89 Use Taxes (Out of state purchases, etc.)
#90 Utility Taxes
#91 Vehicle Registration Taxes
#92 Waste Management Taxes
#93 Water Rights Fees
#94 Watercraft Registration & Licensing Fees
#95 Well Permit Fees
#96 Workers Compensation Taxes
#97 Zoning Permit Fees

Yet despite all of this oppressive taxation, our local governments, our state governments and our federal government are all absolutely drowning in debt.
When the federal income tax was originally introduced a little more than 100 years ago, most Americans were taxed at a rate of only 1 percent.

But once they get their feet in the door, the social planners always want more.
Since that time, tax rates have gone much higher and the tax code has exploded in size.
Why do we have to have the most convoluted tax system in the history of the planet?
Why can't things be simpler?

Here is a number of reasons why our federal income tax system has become a complete and utter abomination that is entirely out of control...

1 - The U.S. tax code is now 3.8 million words long.  If you took all of William Shakespeare's works and collected them together, the entire collection would only be about 900,000 words long.
2 - According to the National Taxpayers Union, U.S. taxpayers spend more than 7.6 billion hours complying with federal tax requirements.  Imagine what our society would look like if all that time was spent on more economically profitable activities.
3 - 75 years ago, the instructions for Form 1040 were two pages long.  Today, they are 189 pages long.
4 - There have been 4,428 changes to the tax code over the last decade.  It is incredibly costly to change tax software, tax manuals and tax instruction booklets for all of those changes.
5 - According to the National Taxpayers Union, the IRS currently has 1,999 different publications, forms, and instruction sheets that you can download from the IRS website.
6 - Our tax system has become so complicated that it is almost impossible to file your taxes correctly.  For example, back in 1998 Money Magazine had 46 different tax professionals complete a tax return for a hypothetical household.  All 46 of them came up with a different result.
7 - In 2009, PC World had five of the most popular tax preparation software websites prepare a tax return for a hypothetical household.  All five of them came up with a different result.
8 - The IRS spends $2.45 for every $100 that it collects in taxes.
9 - According to The Tax Foundation, the average American has to work until April 17th just to pay federal, state, and local taxes.  Back in 1900, "Tax Freedom Day" came on January 22nd.
10 - When the U.S. government first implemented a personal income tax back in 1913, the vast majority of the population paid a rate of just 1 percent, and the highest marginal tax rate was just 7 percent.

If it was up to me, I would abolish the income tax and shut the IRS down.

But neither major political party in the United States is even willing to consider such a thing.  So the monstrous system that we have created will continue to get even bigger and even more complicated.

We are literally being taxed into oblivion, and most Americans don't even seem to care.

Climate Change BS...............

Anyone else tired of the CLIMATE CHANGE goon squads?

These leftist fools are popping up all over the world and faster than Bill Clinton headed after an intern and for sure slower than Hillary Clinton trying her best to come up with the Rose Law Firm billing records. 

I wish the CLIMATE CHANGE fools would take a good hike in a nasty blizzard and stop the blame game.

It won't be long and there will be a specific reason that humans cause every single rough weather patch everywhere on the planet.  Imagine the WEATHER CHANNEL leading with the reason the Obama Blizzard of 2019 caused by too many cars backed up on I-95 due to a wreck and the gases being emitted were the root cause of a good northeaster!

Al "I invented the internet" Gore, amassing his millions must be laughing all the way to the Swiss bankers he knows.  

Friday, March 21, 2014

Milton High School's, LEGALLY BLONDE

I can't imagine a finer theatre department at the high school level in America.

Stunning, amazing, out-of-this-world!

Congratulations to the techies, costume designers, set designers and actors and actresses. 

To the program leadership, congratulations!

Wow,  simply wow..........

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

The Yellen Fed

I knew it.   The 6.5% unemployment rate benchmark was a smokescreen.   They now are changing their tune and the printing continues on its merry way.

Spending billions upon billions these Fed honcho's are running blind and running scared.  The music will stop and the ship will give up the rats.

This won't end well.  As usual the average American gets what he can't even see coming at him and his grandchildren.

It really is a sick, twisted situation.   Talking about getting inflation UP to a 2% rate and not including food and energy increases is a slap in the face to America.   We all consume food and energy.  

I hope some day in the not too distant future that somebody, anybody, inside the Fed will come out and let the world know about the linkage between the Fed and the NYSE.
 

All you need to know folks...........

"Pilots Captain Zaharie Ahmed Shah, 53 and 27-year-old co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid."

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Can you guess the winner of the Bullshitter of the Decade award?

  • I will have the most transparent administration in history.
  • The stimulus will fund shovel-ready jobs.
  • I am focused like a laser on creating jobs.
  • The IRS is not targeting anyone.
  • It was a spontaneous riot about a movie.
  • If I had a son.
  • I will put an end to the type of politics that "breeds division, conflict and cynicism".
  • You didn't build that!
  • I will restore trust in Government.
  • The Cambridge cops acted stupidly.
  • The public will have 5 days to look at every bill that lands on my desk
  • It's not my red line - it is the world's red line.
  • Whistle blowers will be protected in my administration.
  • We got back every dime we used to rescue the banks and auto companies, with interest.
  • I am not spying on American citizens.
  • Obama Care will be good for America.
  • You can keep your family doctor.
  • Premiums will be lowered by $2500.
  • If you like it, you can keep your current healthcare plan.
  • It's just like shopping at Amazon.
  • I knew nothing about "Fast and Furious" gunrunning to Mexican drug cartels.
  • I knew nothing about IRS targeting conservative groups.
  • I knew nothing about what happened in Benghazi.
  • I have never known my uncle from Kenya who is in the country illegally and that was arrested and told to leave the country over 20 years ago.
  • And, I have never lived with that uncle.  [He finally admitted (12-05-2013) that he DID know his uncle and that he DID live with him.]
And the biggest one of all:
  • "I, Barrack Hussein Obama, pledge to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America."

The Plot Thickens

The only people who are needed to find MA 370 are Dog the Bounty Hunter and his bride, Beth.............

 

Monday, March 17, 2014

Another zinger from ZeroHedge..............

Remember back when the Republicans and the Democrats were wasting our money flogging out the question as to whether or not they should vote the budget despite not having any money? Remember all those people that got told to stay at home and got laid off because Washington couldn’t find the greenbacks for them?

Well, the guys in Washington were certainly able to agree on continuing voting the budget for that Super Twiggy Squirrel advertisement that was running in Spain and trumpeting the healthy benefits of walnuts grown in California. The Department of Agriculture was spending $200 million a year on that promotion and $3 million went into the advertising. The Republicans and the Democrats voted 322 (only 98 against) for keeping that advertisement running while the Federal workers got sent home and told to eat humble pie (some of which incidentally were paid $4, 000 per month for doing nothing at all).

Here are some prime examples:

• The Department of Defense continued spending $432 million on the construction of aircraft that will never be put in the air. They have been financing the building of the C-27J Spartan since 2007. Despite having been told that the Air Force considered that this aircraft could not offer superior capabilities during airlift missions and that it could not match the already existent C-130. Since 2012, Congress has been informed that funding of production should stop. It hasn’t. Waste.
• The Department of Defense has thought up the wonderful idea of destroying $7 billion-worth of military equipment and vehicles that are in the Middle East as it pulls out and it feels that it’s too expensive to ship home. Waste.
• $60.4 million that was voted to be spent on Hurricane-Sandy victims should have gone to helping them rebuild things. Instead New York and New Jersey (state-level officials) spent that money on tourist ads. Waste.
• Children are being taught about the effects of global warming by NASA ($390, 000) through a kids’ show (Green Ninja) via YouTube. Waste.
• Facebook gets a tax rebate (yes it doesn’t pay any tax and gets a refund from the state) worth $295 million. Waste.
• NASA is searching for signs of intelligent life in space still ($3 million), while we can’t even find a trace of it in Washington itself. Waste.

Boondoggle Bungles by Washington that’s all they are. The examples of waste by Washington lead us to question every day what the government is actually doing with our money.

Governments don’t tend to ever cut back on wasteful spending. They reduce the level of services available to citizens and they attempt (perhaps outwardly) to continue providing that same service. That means that the federal workers just have to do more with less. But, it doesn’t ever limit the scope of the government. It rarely reduces the possibility of getting access to money that is embezzled, diverted or exploited by those that are in positions of authority.

The true question that comes to mind however is whether or not the government is a waste or just completely wasted when it thinks up he reasons why it should spend out hard earned tax-payers’ money on frivolous, questionable things. Baked, folded, call it what you will. But, governments when wasting must always be belligerent when it comes to justifying why they spent that money. Always remember that attack is the best form of defense; we all know that.

What a waste, government!

Friday, March 14, 2014

Judicial system, FAIL................

PROFILE ON RENEGADE MOUNTAIN QUADRUPLE MURDER SUSPECT JACOB BENNETT - 105.7 THE HOG INVESTIGATIVE EXCLUSIVE

As Jacob Allen Bennett stands accused for the deaths of four individuals on Renegade Mountain in Cumberland County in September 2013, Bennett is no stranger to law enforcement not only in Tennessee but in Florida as well. It should be noted that the co-defendant Brittany Moser also stands accused of felony murder and robbery with Bennett. Moser has no criminal record. 

Here is a timeline of events that led to Bennett being charged with the Renegade Mountain murders. All records obtained by law enforcement and courts in Tennessee and in Florida:

1987 – Jacob Allen Bennett born in Jacksonville

1999 – Bennett is arrested by Santa Rosa County, Florida authorities on three felonies at the age of 12 years old. Charges were larceny, burglary and vandalism over $1,000. 

2001 – Bennett (now age 14) charged in Santa Rosa County, Florida on felony larceny and damage to property

2005 – Bennett (now 18 years old) Charged in Santa Rosa County, Florida with felony larceny and possession of stolen property. Pled guilty and was given one year to serve and ordered to pay $800 restitution. 

2005 – Bennett charged with felony battery of a Citrus County, Florida detention officer where he was being held for the April 2005 guilty plea. Pled guilty and fined $500

2006 – Just two months after his release from past sentence, Bennett is charged by Escambia County, Florida authorities with felony fondling of a child ages 12 to 15. Pled guilty to lewd and lascivious behavior but was not required to register as a sex offender in Florida. 

2009 – Bennett charged by Santa Rosa County, Florida for fraudulent activities. Bennett leaves the state and relocates in Cumberland County, Tennessee in Crab Orchard area to live with grandmother. 

2009 – In same month he arrives, Bennett is charged with theft over $1,000 for stealing a 2003 Jeep from a Renegade Mountain resident. Bennett is arrested in Carter County, Tennessee on the warrant taken out by Cumberland County authorities. 

2009 – State of Florida charges Bennett with theft under $1,000 and issues a hold on him if arrested (this is important to extradition case….Bennett would be arrested numerous times leading up to the Renegade Mountain murders yet Florida would not come get him once he was jailed in Tennessee)

2009 – Bennett arrested in Cumberland County for warrants out of Santa Rosa County, Florida for fraudulent use of credit cards more than 2 times and 3 counts of larceny of credit cards

2009 – Bennett charged with probation violation in Cumberland County, Tennessee for failing to report to his probation officer. Judge David Patterson revokes Bennett’s probation and orders him to serve remainder of sentence in jail.

2009 – Bennett indicted by Fentress County, Tennessee grand jury on theft over $500 for stealing a rifle, rings, coins and checks from a Fentress County couple. Bennett pleads guilty and gets a two year sentence to serve at 30 percent. 

2009 – Bennett indicted against by the Fentress County, Tennessee grand jury on theft, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, attempted theft, attempted solicitation or sexual exploitation of a minor and exploitation of a minor. He pleads to three counts and gets another 2 years to serve. 

2009 – Bennett steals check from a Fentress County home and cashes check in Crossville. Officers take out warrant but unable to locate Bennett. 

2010 – Bennett waives presentment of a case for forgery involving checks taken in Fentress County. Pleads guilty to theft and forgery charges and gets two years to serve. 

2010-2011 – Bennett disciplined in court five times for failing to report and for possession of contraband. His probation was revoked in March 2010 and he was sent to the Morgan County Correctional Complex and later to the South Central Correctional Facility. Later he would complete his sentence in Hardaman County where he remained until he was paroled in March 2013

2013, September 12 – Bennett along with Moser charged with four counts of premeditated murder, four counts of felony murder and two counts of aggravated robbery after four people were shot and killed in a car on Renegade Mountain in Cumberland County, Tennessee. 

According to records, Bennett was arrested or appeared in court nearly a dozen times with a hold from Florida in place. However, Florida authorities decide not to extradite Bennett. Florida prosecutors say the hold was on a charge of theft and if Bennett was extradited back, it was a high probability that he would have bonded out soon after his arrival. According to Florida law enforcement, a typical extradition from eastern Tennessee to the northwestern panhandle of Florida would cost Florida around $500 to $800. Therefor Florida officials chose not to extradite Jacob Bennett.

Bennett now sits in the Morgan County Correctional Facility awaiting trial in Cumberland County. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty if Bennett is convicted of the quadruple murders.
PROFILE ON RENEGADE MOUNTAIN QUADRUPLE MURDER SUSPECT JACOB BENNETT - 105.7 THE HOG INVESTIGATIVE EXCLUSIVE
As Jacob Allen Bennett stands accused for the deaths... of four individuals on Renegade Mountain in Cumberland County in September 2013, Bennett is no stranger to law enforcement not only in Tennessee but in Florida as well. It should be noted that the co-defendant Brittany Moser also stands accused of felony murder and robbery with Bennett. Moser has no criminal record.
Here is a timeline of events that led to Bennett being charged with the Renegade Mountain murders. All records obtained by law enforcement and courts in Tennessee and in Florida:
1987 – Jacob Allen Bennett born in Jacksonville
1999 – Bennett is arrested by Santa Rosa County, Florida authorities on three felonies at the age of 12 years old. Charges were larceny, burglary and vandalism over $1,000.
2001 – Bennett (now age 14) charged in Santa Rosa County, Florida on felony larceny and damage to property
2005 – Bennett (now 18 years old) Charged in Santa Rosa County, Florida with felony larceny and possession of stolen property. Pled guilty and was given one year to serve and ordered to pay $800 restitution.
2005 – Bennett charged with felony battery of a Citrus County, Florida detention officer where he was being held for the April 2005 guilty plea. Pled guilty and fined $500
2006 – Just two months after his release from past sentence, Bennett is charged by Escambia County, Florida authorities with felony fondling of a child ages 12 to 15. Pled guilty to lewd and lascivious behavior but was not required to register as a sex offender in Florida.
2009 – Bennett charged by Santa Rosa County, Florida for fraudulent activities. Bennett leaves the state and relocates in Cumberland County, Tennessee in Crab Orchard area to live with grandmother.
2009 – In same month he arrives, Bennett is charged with theft over $1,000 for stealing a 2003 Jeep from a Renegade Mountain resident. Bennett is arrested in Carter County, Tennessee on the warrant taken out by Cumberland County authorities.
2009 – State of Florida charges Bennett with theft under $1,000 and issues a hold on him if arrested (this is important to extradition case….Bennett would be arrested numerous times leading up to the Renegade Mountain murders yet Florida would not come get him once he was jailed in Tennessee)
2009 – Bennett arrested in Cumberland County for warrants out of Santa Rosa County, Florida for fraudulent use of credit cards more than 2 times and 3 counts of larceny of credit cards
2009 – Bennett charged with probation violation in Cumberland County, Tennessee for failing to report to his probation officer. Judge David Patterson revokes Bennett’s probation and orders him to serve remainder of sentence in jail.
2009 – Bennett indicted by Fentress County, Tennessee grand jury on theft over $500 for stealing a rifle, rings, coins and checks from a Fentress County couple. Bennett pleads guilty and gets a two year sentence to serve at 30 percent.
2009 – Bennett indicted against by the Fentress County, Tennessee grand jury on theft, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, attempted theft, attempted solicitation or sexual exploitation of a minor and exploitation of a minor. He pleads to three counts and gets another 2 years to serve.
2009 – Bennett steals check from a Fentress County home and cashes check in Crossville. Officers take out warrant but unable to locate Bennett.
2010 – Bennett waives presentment of a case for forgery involving checks taken in Fentress County. Pleads guilty to theft and forgery charges and gets two years to serve.
2010-2011 – Bennett disciplined in court five times for failing to report and for possession of contraband. His probation was revoked in March 2010 and he was sent to the Morgan County Correctional Complex and later to the South Central Correctional Facility. Later he would complete his sentence in Hardaman County where he remained until he was paroled in March 2013
2013, September 12 – Bennett along with Moser charged with four counts of premeditated murder, four counts of felony murder and two counts of aggravated robbery after four people were shot and killed in a car on Renegade Mountain in Cumberland County, Tennessee.
According to records, Bennett was arrested or appeared in court nearly a dozen times with a hold from Florida in place. However, Florida authorities decide not to extradite Bennett. Florida prosecutors say the hold was on a charge of theft and if Bennett was extradited back, it was a high probability that he would have bonded out soon after his arrival. According to Florida law enforcement, a typical extradition from eastern Tennessee to the northwestern panhandle of Florida would cost Florida around $500 to $800. Therefor Florida officials chose not to extradite Jacob Bennett.
Bennett now sits in the Morgan County Correctional Facility awaiting trial in Cumberland County. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty if Bennett is convicted of the quadruple murders.

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Briefly from where I sit.........

Does anyone else tire of the stooges that are trotted out on CNBC every day to tow the party line on every economic point?  

I just want to know when Amazon will be able to drop-ship a TESLA via drone?

Tuesday, March 04, 2014

That right there is some funny shit.............

"President Obama has led a foreign policy based more on how he thinks the world should operate than on reality.  ...the Obama administration thinks it exists in a world where “invasions, brute force, great-power games and shifting alliances” are things of the past."     Washington Post Editorial Board

Monday, March 03, 2014

March 3

Today marks the 23rd year of marriage.

It has been a great run between the highs and lows. 

My bride is about 10 hours away by 747 so it is quiet.

The best way to celebrate tonight will be to pray.

Our Father, Who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy Name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.  Amen.

Choose life........

In Georgia and New York a black unborn child has a greater risk of being killed than born---what does that say?  The facts speak for themselves.

Liberalism at it's finest.

Remember............


Generally speaking, addictions to pot, booze or pills are generally immune to logical advice.

Cigarettes as well.



Saturday, March 01, 2014

Saturday, March 1, 2014

Just a couple more campaign speeches from 1600 Pennsylvania and things will be just fine.   Do his handlers have a page in the playbook for Mr. Putin not following the script?   Biden will have an answer for it all, just wait!  Lurch needs to stick to the family KETCHUP business.   And Hillary, is she day trading cattle futures during all of this?

Lets hope when the worlds richest man lays down his line in the sand we aren't in the middle of a beer summit!

Well, at least Snowden can vacation in Crimea now............

An open letter to America..........

Haven't you had enough?   Aren't there enough young men and women filling the VA hospitals that have been maimed in these last few "wars"?   Are you tired of hearing campaign speech after campaign speech from the current occupant at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue?   Tired of beer summits, shovel ready and lines in the sand?    Still think govenment creates new and great jobs with your dollars as a taxpayer?  Tired of the free shit army crowd that is sucking the work ethic right out of society?
Tired of watching generation after generation get "lost" due to single parents?  Tired of the prison population growing parabolic?  Tired of the NSA?  Still think Edward Snowden did something "wrong"?  Tired of watching your taxes go up and up?  Tired of government interference in your business life (if you have one).  Tired of worrying about what kind of America your children and grandchildren will grow up in?  Tired of the race-baiters?   Tired of political correctness?   Tired of the zombie society created with social media devices?  Tired of unions?  Tired of the NEA? Tired of the college scam?   Tired of the Federal Reserve, the single largest threat to the financial system today?  Tired of the algo's and high frequency trading and metals manipulation and gutless and paid-for regulators?   Really tired of the lobbyists who run the country?  Tired of Republicans and Democrats?  Tired of $17 trillion in national debt?

I am.    

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