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Nov. 17th, 2012 11:27 pm
gogmagog: Randall Skeffington from <i>Ugly Americans</i> (Delicious brains)
Wow, it has been a while since I posted here! (Over a year, actually.) I've been mostly active on other sites - primarily Facebook but some tumblr and AO3 - but I've recently found myself thinking a bit about LJ and getting all nostalgic and wanting to get back to it, even as I know that much of the community I loved about LJ has now scattered to the four winds. Sigh. And of course that brought Dreamwidth to mind, which I'm hoping may yet turn out to be the new LJ, community-wise. (Leave my delusions illusions!)

So, I'm figuring I will try to update both this and my LJ more frequently (probably crossposting), as I have met some awesome folks through LJ especially that I don't want to lose.

So what is new in my life? Cut for tl;dr )

So, what's new in y'all's lives over the past year?
gogmagog: Tatsuya Suou from <i>Persona 2</i> (Even emo can smile)

Seriously, I have waited for a remake of this game (which presumably will get a US translation this time around) for a decade, no lie. It is my favorite videogame of all time. I've often said that I wanted a remake/rerelease of this game and Tactics Ogre, and now they're both coming up.

Now here's hoping for a similar release of Eternal Punishment!

Edit: Also, have one of the most hilarious summing-ups of grad school I've ever seen.
gogmagog: The Fourth Doctor from <i>Doctor Who</i> (Default)
Finally sent off the prospectus for my dissertation to my committee, and will be going in later today to photocopy a hard copy for them. WOOHOO! It took a year to come to fruition, but it's finally here!

Now here's hoping that in that same amount of time that it took to conceive and write these 7 pages (plus bibliography), that I can manage...about 250 pages of actual dissertation. orz

IN OTHER NEWS my digital letterpress class is going swimmingly; I'm currently in the process of making photopolymer printing plates for my first (of two) multi-page book project, which is a short booklet about the Tamam Shud case. Creepy AND informative...the best of both worlds! Anyway, I spent about 3 hours yesterday evening making polymer plates, and I'll probably spend the same amount of time or a bit more today doing the same thing. Here's hoping the end result is awesome enough to justify all this work?

And in OTHER OTHER NEWS I am elated about the return of Glee (Madonna episode tonight, HELL YEAH, BITCHES...and I'm not even a Madonna fan, I just loved Sue Sylvester's Vogue video). Other newly discovered televisual enjoyments have included Spartacus: Blood and Sand (bloody as fuck, but totally awesome), 6teen (from the creators of the Total Drama series, conceived as a teen version of Friends set in a shopping mall SHUT UP I KNOW I'M LAME BUT IT'S KINDA AWESOME), and Ugly Americans (which is wrong but totally awesome, especially zombie roommate Randall; as I was telling [livejournal.com profile] jokersama, it's reminiscent to me of that bizarrely awesome mid-'90's MTV show The Head). And of course there is Doctor Who, which is delightful to have back on regularly (even if "The Merchandising Victory of the Daleks" was a bit lightweight and plot-holey, especially given the awesome premise of Daleks fighting for Britain in World War II).

Finally, I am currently teaching a Rambo novel to my students to round out the semester...how awesome is that? (Clearly we will have to end our discussion of it by viewing clips of all four Rambo films, natch.) Sometimes I love teaching.
gogmagog: The Fourth Doctor from <i>Doctor Who</i> (Default)
Just finished the newest Harry Dresden book by Jim Butcher, Changes...and it was totally awesome, as expected, but wow the author REALLY wasn't lying when he said this was the book that changes everything (as per the title). Also HOLY CLIFFHANGER ENDING BATMAN WTFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF

Also why is no one else I know reading these books, sob

Also I have been watching the new Doctor Who! I am greatly enjoying Smiffy as the Eleventh Doctor, and Karen Gillan as Amy Pond is adorable and awesome.

Highlights, lowlight and nattering about previews for next few weeks )

In other news, I sent off a prospectus draft this past week, and hope to send out the final draft next week. All things going well, I should have it approved and starting the dissertation should be go by the end of the month!
gogmagog: The Fourth Doctor from <i>Doctor Who</i> (Rectovaginal insertion)
Okay, today I got the best academic book EVER through Interlibrary Loan. It is entitled On Farting: Language and Laughter in the Middle Ages. (I decided to do one of my five questions for my comps exam on good and bad medieval smells, and my historical list commitee member recommended that I look at this book to help answer that question.)

Why is it so awesome? How about because it coins the term 'butthole scholarship'? )
gogmagog: The Fourth Doctor from <i>Doctor Who</i> (Furry)
The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ
Moves on; nor all thy Piety nor thy Wit
Shall lure it back to cancel half a Line,
Nor all thy Tears wash out a Word of it.
-- Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, translated by Edward FitzGerald

Unfortunately, my problem is that my finger is not moving, or at least not for the right reasons; I'm having a ridiculous motivation problem finishing up the last couple of items for my comps portfolio, but for some reason have no problem moving my fingers to take a blogging break. Still, perhaps this will get me back in the writey mood, or something. (Or maybe I just need to stop being a dumbass and suck it up and finish...yeah, I think that's more likely.)

However, I am sad that I forgot my camera at home today, because on my way to the office from the Airliner, I saw a squirrel on the Pentacrest with a half-eaten slice of Airliner pizza in its mouth. It was alternately nibbling on said half-slice and carrying it around, which was kind of hilarious because the piece of pizza was larger than the squirrel's entire body (sans bushy tail, of course). Nevertheless, it was a pretty kickass squirrel (after all, who wants nuts when you've got PIZZA?); and even squirrels endorse Airliner pizza as the best in town!

Why do I have no squirrel icon, not even of Dramatic Squirrel? (Never mind that he is in fact Dramatic Prairie Dog.) Oh well, furry raccoon Mario's close enough, I guess...they both have bushy tails and love Italian food.
gogmagog: The Fourth Doctor from <i>Doctor Who</i> (I think I have to lie down)
Sometimes I love research. Like today: when looking for a good scholarly article to pair with Grettis saga for the medieval monstrosity syllabus for my comps portfolio, I discovered an article entitled, "Size Matters: Penile Problems in Sagas of Icelanders." I kind of want to read this now. XD

Comps update: thanks to this week being Spring Break, basically everything for my portfolio is now finished except for the last little bits on my special interest syllabus and a few final annotations. Here's hoping I can get all of that done and approved by my Tuesday deadline (it perhaps doesn't help that, uh, one of the profs in question is apparently out of the office till Monday). HAY GUYS IT LOOKS LIKE I MIGHT MAKE IT AFTER ALL
gogmagog: The Fourth Doctor from <i>Doctor Who</i> (Oh yes!)
Hmmm, after listening to a lot of Higurashi music lately, I suppose I should catch up on it; I'm fairly certain I haven't been getting 100% of my recommended daily allowance of killer lolis, after all. :(

Also I am being ridiculously productive today; I've graded all my informal assignment backlog (and am now completely caught up on grading, for almost the first time EVER this semester!) and am FINALLY getting back to annotation-writing after like two and a half weeks away from it. Go me!
gogmagog: The Fourth Doctor from <i>Doctor Who</i> (Default)
Today I made a sort of interesting scholarly discovery, which was new to me if to no one else.

Cut to spare any of y'all who don't want to read about giants, the Tower of Babel and general medievally monstrolicious awesomeness )

By the way, as I work on more reading for my comps (which includes both original medieval texts and scholarly discussion of them), I'm hoping to make more posts along these lines here. However, I'm not entirely certain I should bore entertain my entire flist with it, so I think I'm going to set up a friendspost filter for this sort of stuff (i.e., "interesting medieval historical/literary stuff"). So, er, comment to this post if you'd like to be on it?


Aug. 29th, 2008 04:20 pm
gogmagog: The Fourth Doctor from <i>Doctor Who</i> (Smarter than you)
Wow, yesterday the UI sent out safety guidelines in case of an active shooter (presumably in response to Virginia Tech and NIU). They know whereof they speak - the UI had a set of shootings back in '93, which decimated the Physics department (you can read an essay with a little more detail here, written by Jo Ann Beard, a Nonfiction Writing Program MFA student who also worked on editing the UI physics journal at the time, and was good friends with several of the victims).

And I gotta say, I appreciate the heads-up, and that they're thinking about this kind of stuff, but I still find it hella creepy and unsettling that we even have to worry about it. D:

It feels so strange not to be going to any classes this semester; don't get me wrong, it's nice, but still very strange. I do kind of miss the structure; without it, I hope I'll have enough initiative on my own to get all my comps shit done on time. I've gotta say, though, I was quite happy not to have to fight the crowds in our various textbook stores this semester, though.

Also I have finally finished my first week of teaching Gen Ed Lit. Discussion today was...distressing to me, so I'm hoping I can get some good tips for discussion when my sort of teaching support group meets next Thursday. It's been years since I took an undergrad lit class, so I have problems remembering exactly what my professors did to get discussion going; I remember my grad classes better, but getting discussion going usually isn't at all hard in them (in fact, frequently the problem is STOPPING folks from talking all the time). I felt like leading discussion was one of my weak points in Rhetoric, too, but I really want to get it right this time, since this is presumably what I'll be doing for the next umpteen years, so better to figure it out earlier than later...right?

Anyway, back to work on an annotation, since I'll probably be meeting with one of my committee next week and I NEED MOAR ANNOTATIONS DONE before then.

First days

Aug. 25th, 2008 01:38 pm
gogmagog: The Fourth Doctor from <i>Doctor Who</i> (Comics are cool)
Well, just finished my first day teaching Gen Ed Lit and am sitting in my new office holding office hours (which I'm sure no one will come to the first day). My students all seem like nice kids, and the class in general went as well as I could really have hoped. Though I would have been pissed if it hadn't, since I dressed up for today - even wore a freakin' tie! Because this is me we're talking about, my clothes were in the ever-so-subtle shades of lime green and lilac (shirt and tie, respectively), making me look vaguely like a JoJo's Bizarre Adventure character, but I think it totally worked in the end. (Purple and green are my favorite colors, FWIW.)

It's very odd being back in EPB, though, post-flooding. My basement classroom is totally sweet - not only does it have all the tech it had before and more, but I've got a freaking WHITEBOARD, it's awesome! - but my new office is in the emergency stairwell (literally; I suppose it'll come in handy in case of fire). I can't complain about my office at all, though, since I'm only sharing it with two other folks, and most people I know are sharing offices the same size with five or six (my co-presidency of our grad student organization apparently hath its privileges). The building is still under heavy construction in the basement, where the flooding was worst, and the entire floor smells ridiculously chemicalish from the new linoleum (and presumably from the numerous mildew-killing chemicals they must have used). But the building in general smells a lot less chemical than it did when I came in on Thursday, which is good!

I also checked out the new Speaking Center, which is in the old M/MLA offices. It's actually probably nicer than the old basement space (which has been converted into a classroom to meet the desperate need for classroom space, with so many buildings still closed due to flood damage), though I guess we're going to have to move again at the end of this semester.

In other news, my syllabus is TOTALLY AWESOME, and the only thing I regret is that I can only put so much awesome stuff into one fifteen-week semester. I'm even doing some issues of Sandman! (If you're wondering, I'm doing "A Dream of a Thousand Cats" and "Ramadan," and I'm pairing the latter with Shelley's "Ozymandias," which I'll totally be using next semester to tie into Watchmen...SO AWESOME.)

Edit: Whoa, putting in the JoJo Wikipedia link made me wonder...what if I could teach some JoJo one of these days? FRAGILE LITTLE MINDS, THEY WOULD BE BLOWN
gogmagog: The Fourth Doctor from <i>Doctor Who</i> ("Do you think I might attract attention?)
The Big Read thinks the average adult has only read six of the top 100 books they've printed below.
1) Look at the list and bold those you have read.
2)Italicise those you intend to read/read part of but never finished. (If I italicised the books I want to read, everything would be italicised.)
3) Underline the books you LOVE (or at least really, really liked a lot).
4) Reprint this list in your own LJ so we can try and track down these people who've read 6 and force books upon them.
(Extra rule from [livejournal.com profile] supplanter: strike out the ones you disliked.)

My list )

So, 37/100? (Plus a couple unfinished because they sucked so much.) Not bad, if I do say so myself...though it feels a little unfair, what with me working on my English lit Ph.D. and all. Though to be fair, NOTHING from my actual time period (medieval) turned up on the list...wtf? If they had room to put Hamlet and the first Narnia book twice, then they freaking had room for something like, oh say, The Canterbury Tales? Or Gawain and the Green Knight? Or hell, even Malory's Morte Darthur (or one of the derivations thereof, like T.H. White)? In fact, I think the only things on this list pre-1800 are Shakespeare and the Bible, right? Admittedly, this seems to be in step with a lot of the way literature is taught and perceived in modern society, but pfeh on that, I say.


Jun. 23rd, 2008 04:58 pm
gogmagog: The Fourth Doctor from <i>Doctor Who</i> (Peekaboo!)
I just got an e-mail from one of the professors in my department, who's away at Stratford for the summer - every year she sees pretty much every major Shakespeare production in England that takes place during the summer, including the RSC.

gogmagog: The Fourth Doctor from <i>Doctor Who</i> ("Do you think I might attract attention?)

Now I can put it out of my mind, at least for a few weeks until I have to work on it again in my summer class, augh.

In other news, tomorrow I have to turn in my booklist for Gen Ed Lit in the fall, and a course description. I imagine I'll crap something out revolving around looking at literature in context and engendering a lifelong love of literature for my course description; that's pretty much all I can do, since we have yet to have our proper orientation (it's in the fall, and the one we had last weekend was basically three hours of mentioning things and then saying we were going to talk about them in the fall). As for the two novels I'm going to teach, Pride and Prejudice is a shoo-in, of course, but I'm still debating between Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale. I've got till tomorrow, so any suggestions?

Right now I'm leaning towards Atwood, just because I'm thinking it might be better to avoid TWO 19th-century female authors. On the other hand, I'm thinking about adding monster theory to my special interest area for comps, so maybe I should get some practice teaching Frankenstein?

And last night the second half of the new two-parter of Who aired, so my usual impressions post: Cut for your protection )

In miscellaneous "awesome" news, have some scary fake babies, the oldest sound recording ever, and Japanese boobie pudding.

Edit: Edited for GIP. :D
gogmagog: The Fourth Doctor from <i>Doctor Who</i> (OMG EXAMS WHY)

...but more importantly, it's DONE and sent off. HALLELUJAH

It would have been done and sent off earlier but I found myself literally writing while drowsing off and coming up with some weird shit last night, so I felt the need to get at least four and a half hours or so of sleep before I returned to it. However, I was hella pissed at my alarm when it went off, since it woke me up in the middle of an awesome dream where I was a companion with the Doctor and Donna on the TARDIS, and Donna and I had become total BFFs and teamed up in affectionately mocking the Doctor for his silly hair and fragile ego. XD

In other news, apparently Kylie Minogue, when pitch-shifted lower, sounds just like Rick Astley. (No, this isn't a rickroll...it's a kylieroll disguised as a rickroll.)

Other things to do today: fill out apartment application so I can drop it off tomorrow, catch up on my backlog of German homework from when I missed on Thursday, and play some Mana-Khemia and watch some Blackadder (since the entire series arrived in the post a few days ago courtesy of a filthy fluffy little bird, and has since proved ENTIRELY RELEVANT TO MY INTERESTS, as expected).

Oh, also, go to the Airliner and get pizza, because today is $1.50 slices day and I am craving me some Airliner pizza. :9
gogmagog: The Fourth Doctor from <i>Doctor Who</i> (...whatever)
Wow, I've been feeling really grumpy on and off (and more on than off) today. D:

It's probably because of a combination of a headache, my stomach trying to devour itself, and being lower on sleep than I'd like. And I'd really like to take an Aleve and go to bed early today, but as I have a seminar paper due Friday, that's not so much an option. (The deadline has technically been moved to Sunday, but as I'm spending all day Saturday helping proctor an engineering test, working on it over the weekend isn't really an option; and given that a good portion of my Friday is going to be spent looking at an apartment, teaching, and then going to the prep session for the engineering thing - and given that I'm actually going to have to go to bed on time that night, since I have to be in to help proctor at 6:30 on Saturday morning - I pretty much have to finish my paper tonight and tomorrow. (If I don't, then I'll probably have to skip German class on Thursday - and I can't really afford to miss again - to finish it, augh.)

Anyway! Since any content I posted this evening was gonna be angsty emo shit, I figure I'll spare y'all the whining and give you bizarre linkspam instead. :D

Let's Positive Linking!
- OMG BEST HOT FUZZ SLASHFIC EVAR...as you will discover when you read to the end. (From [livejournal.com profile] nibantan.)
- Also from Puu, MTV Cribs: NICU. This is bitchy but hilarious, and it was even more hilarious when Puu explained the few medical references that I was missing to me.
- And one last Puu-link (she brings all the awesome medical links to the yard): the smallest girl in the world due to primordial dwarfism. I wonder whether she has to wear doll clothes, or what. But she totally looks like a Gelfling. D:
- The Napkin Musical. I think I've posted links before from Improv Everywhere - which basically does large scale rehearsed performances everywhere (so not very improv, but still). In this case, they decided to stage a impromptu musical in the food court of a mall as if it were real...the resulting song is hardly Sondheim-caliber, but it's still highly amusing.
- Wanna give Radical Honesty a try? Warning: everyone else will, rightly, think you are a douchebag. Nevertheless, I think there are some good aspects of this; it would be nicer if people were more honest about expectations and such, since there's an awful lot of mind-reading that seems to be expected from life. D:
- The coolest cafe ever. I wish it were still around, it looks like a kind of awesome place. XD
- Hannah Montana really is going to bring about the downfall of civilization. Personally I'm waiting for the Disney Channel movie I WAS A TEEN TERRORIST starring Zefron.
- The Five Most Ill-Conceived Action Figures of All Time. I'd protest what they said about He-Man, but really he is pretty gay. XD
- Also from Cracked.com, The Twenty-Five Most Disturbing Sex Toys Ever. Most of these are indeed pretty horrifying, though I think the sounding device was the worst. (If you don't know what sounding is, don't ask me, just DON'T FOR THE LOVE OF GOD GOOGLE IMAGE SEARCH IT.)
gogmagog: The Fourth Doctor from <i>Doctor Who</i> (Mellow dude)
Lately I've been listening nonstop to the album Zombies! Aliens! Vampires! Dinosaurs! by Hellogoodbye. It's almost painfully cute synthpop occasionally verging on the pop-punk, which probably explains why I like it. They also have pretensions of indieness (for my own values of "indie"), specifically to the point of mildly clever but pointless wordplay that they clearly are very proud of and think is much more meaningful than it actually is (see also: Fall Out Boy). Still, their music is catchy and hummable and cheerful and energetic, which generally means I will probably like it. XD

Music pimpage )

...I spent a good portion of today at the library doing research for my seminar paper, but I feel like I've got a few of the pieces that were missing in my argument, so it was worth it overall. Now I just need to finish writing it by Wednesday evening, argh.
gogmagog: The Fourth Doctor from <i>Doctor Who</i> (NEED CAFFEINE NOW PLZKTHX)
...man, I'm exhausted and tomorrow's Monday, the beginning of the week. ARGH.

Anyway, as you can probably tell, I kind of had a working weekend - tomorrow I have to present on my seminar paper, and progress thereon, in my Lydgate seminar, and also had to send out a five-page excerpt from my paper this weekend, so I've been really working crazily for a good part of this weekend. (Read: I pulled an all-nighter last night to get the last part of said excerpt beaten into submission and in some semblance of readable-by-others quality.) Still, this means that I do now have a decent chunk of my paper draft done, so that automatically puts me way further ahead of schedule than pretty much any other semester I've taken a seminar, lol. The full 20-page draft isn't due until a week from Friday, but I'm hoping to finish it before then and have it out of my hair.

Speaking of hair, I went and got a haircut today. (I was overdue, since my last haircut was in January I think.) I like it, except that I had them leave it a bit longer on the top, so if the wind blows it wrong it has a distressing tendency to sort of settle into a faux-hawk. (The better you know me in person, the funnier this will probably seem.) So I think I may have to use product, at least for a few days until it settles down a bit, just to keep it from faux-hawking on me. D:

Tomorrow is going to be hellacious, as I have my presentation in the morning, then I have to scramble to get through my reading for Rhetoric (since I will have to lead discussion on it, being the teacher and all), and then I have my German class in the evening. (Also I may be meeting with my seminar prof sometime in there.) D:

On the plus side, Mana Khemia comes out tomorrow, and y'all know how much I like me some Atelier-series gaming.

...I was about to say that if Gamers doesn't have it in tomorrow I'm gonna have to cut someone, but then I realized that I won't be able to play it till Tuesday night/Wednesday anyway (since I have to do my Old Norse translation tomorrow evening for Tuesday, and even after that I probably SHOULDN'T be playing it and SHOULD be finishing up my seminar paper draft), so I guess if they get it in a day or two late I'll be able to deal. STILL I NEED TO START IT ASAP SO I CAN FINISH IT BY THE TIME FES COMES OUT

Finally, linkspam!

Let's Positive Linking!
- I've discovered that I should probably be watching the British show Blackpool. It's several years old and is essentially a straightforward cop/crime drama, but every so often they break into musical numbers set to pop songs to express homoerotic antagonism or to celebrate a drug bust. Note that the series also starred David Tennant (a.k.a. the current Doctor Who)...and that judging from the second video, synchronized dancing is not his strong point. XD
- You know, I'm really glad that YouTube wasn't around when I was a teenager. This is not to say there aren't remnants of my youthful folly online - the Wayback Machine has copies of some rather embarrassing (attempts at) fan translation pages from when I was like 12 - but at least I never had to worry about being an Internet laughingstock, like this girl is.
- New Zealand man receives sentence for claiming that he was raped by a wombat, which caused him to start speaking "Australian." ...I couldn't make this shit up if I tried.
- On a similar note, the latest news on efforts to rekindle pandas' dormant sex drive in order to save the species. I didn't even know porn for pandas existed (unlike panda porn, which I'm sure does exist somewhere in the depths of the Interwebs).
- And finally, this is the best post I've seen on ONTD in ages (link probably not worksafe). I now know far more than I ever wanted to about Bobby Trendy's sex life, but the sheer horrific trainwreckness of this post left me simultaneously going "OH MY GOD NO I CAN'T TAKE ANY MORE" and "...wait, they're refusing to give all the gory details? I CALL SHENANIGANS, GIVE US THE GOODS."

...For some reason I've had this song running through my head all weekend. So because pain shared is pain halved, have some early '90s cheese.
gogmagog: The Fourth Doctor from <i>Doctor Who</i> (OMG EXAMS WHY)
I've been meaning to blog about this for ages, but the last time I was at [livejournal.com profile] lordtravis and [livejournal.com profile] teachingmusic's, we were channel-surfing and came upon an evangelical show where the (obviously born-again) televangelist was offering, in exchange for donations, "citizen of Heaven" drivers' license-style passes. He kept advertising them as "proof that you're going to heaven."

...The more things change, the more they stay the same.

It's especially ironic because, as with most born-again sects, he was obviously a Protestant of some sort.

In other news, my seminar paper is coming along slowly (VERY slowly) but surely. I'm hoping to pound out a good chunk of it on Friday, or at least enough to be able to pass around a decent 5-page chunk to my classmates and have enough of a specific idea of where EXACTLY I'm going with the rest of it that I can present on it coherently. Here's hopin'.

My goal is actually to get the entire draft done by next Friday, which was the original due date before our prof gave us an extra week on Monday...that way I can download and watch the S4 premiere of Doctor Who completely guilt-free.

Finally, a meme:
Everyone has things they blog about. Everyone has things they don't blog about. Challenge me out of my comfort zone by telling me something I don't blog about, but you'd like to hear about, and I'll write a post about it.
Ask for anything: latest movie watched, last book read, political leanings, thoughts on yaoi, favorite type of underwear, writing techniques, etc.
gogmagog: The Fourth Doctor from <i>Doctor Who</i> (oh you public menace)
...h, holy shit, the English grad student/faculty e-mail list just sent out a call for papers for a conference on British SF and television.


...........I, I kind of want to submit something orz

(Maybe if I make a lot of progress over spring break and come up with a good idea for a Who article, I'll submit an abstract; and I have to say, the thought of doing a Doctor Who scholarship lit review kind of makes me want to cream my pants.)

Edit: ...oh shit, you know, a paper on the implications of Who's treatment of medieval history/life (for pseudo-alien-medieval stuff like The Ribos Operation) would actually be not that irrelevant to my own CV, orz


gogmagog: The Fourth Doctor from <i>Doctor Who</i> (Default)
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