Animals Riding Other Animals

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Robert Jones has assembled another fantastic collection of the best parts of YouTube clips for Tastefully Offensive, this one showcasing the odd phenomena of animals riding atop other animals. The smart one is the one getting a free ride! Then again, some of these seem like a case of “Hey! My couch started off walking!” -Thanks, Robert!

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Three Sets Of Vinyl Toys Inspired By The Cornetto Trilogy

The Cornetto Trilogy is one fantastic trio of films starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, written by Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright, and directed by Edgar Wright.

Three guys, three film genres, three hilariously messed up views of the world, three flavors of blood and ice cream.

Fans think they’re pretty great, the others….well, best not to speak about what the “others” think about these movies…

The main characters in each film are played by Nick Frost and Simon Pegg, so it seems only fitting that toy makers A Large Evil Corporation made Pegg and Frost the focus of their (hopefully) soon to be released line of vinyl toys based on the Cornetto Trilogy.

So far this mysterious band of toy makers has had very little to say about the figures, besides "stay tuned for further details", but judging by the rabid commentor responses these figures are going to sell faster than a fresh poured pint at The World's End.

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Aye Sir! - Exceeding Expectations


Aye Sir! by Shadee

He's cute but super annoying, and even though he's a member of the Fairy Tail Guild Happy is a bit too bubbly at times for even the most upbeat members of the guild. Still, he does have some mighty useful powers, and lots of knowledge about Magic, so he's a great guy to have around when things start going downhill. Just don't get on his, or any Exceed's, bad side or you'll wish you'd never messed with that little kitty faced dude!

Bring a touch of fairy tale anime adventure to your geeky wardrobe with this Aye Sir! t-shirt by Shadee, and watch the faces of your fellow Fairy Tail fans light up at the sight of such a splendid design!

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The Amazing Flower Parade Floats of the Corso Zundert

Every year, the Dutch town of Zundert holds a grand spectacle known as the Corso Zundert. It's a parade of the most astonishingly well-crafted parade floats. You can never be sure what will come down the street, but you can be certain that it will be covered with dahlia flowers in a vast variety of colors.


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Zundert is the town where Vincent Van Gogh was born and raised. Van Gogh is now famous for his depictions of, among other subjects, flowers. So it is fitting that this small town throws a glorious annual festival of flowers.

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15 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Braveheart

If you keep in mind that historical dramas are often more drama than history, they serve to pique our interest in true stories we didn’t learn in school. The 1995 film Braveheart was lambasted by historians for its inaccuracies, but it still won five Oscars. Even if you know the script by heart, there’s always something new to learn about how a movie was made. Now’s your chance to learn a little more about Braveheart. For instance,

8. Mad Max influenced the battle scenes.

Gibson admits that he borrowed the cinematic techniques for most of the violent shots in the movie—like shooting at different speeds or using jump cuts to emphasize the violence—from his Mad Max director George Miller. He also admittedly borrowed ideas and techniques for more atmospheric shots from director Peter Weir (who directed Gibson in Gallipoli and The Year of Living Dangerously ).

9. Gibson had no choice but to star as William Wallace.

Gibson was relatively new to directing and was known more as an actor when he took on Braveheart – at that point his only directing credit was the small drama The Man Without a Face . Because of his onscreen fame, Paramount Pictures would allegedly only agree to let Gibson direct the movie if he starred in it.

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Bears Saves Crow from Drowning

A few days ago, I posted a video of a dog trying to save a fish's life. It was an amazing act of empathy between different animals, and it got me wondering how many other times this or something like it has happened between animals of different species. I showed a friend the video of the dog, and the next day I got this video in my email. As you will see, it is the same kind of thing. A bear sees a crow fly into his area in the zoo by mistake, and it lands in the water. The bear can clearly see the crow struggling, and what it does next is the last thing you expect to see from a bear.

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What is most remarkable is not just the fact that the bear saves the crow from drowning, but that you can see it is trying to be delicate and not hurt the crow when he removes him from the water. For a minute, you think the crow may have gotten messed up, then it just hops up and does its thing and the bear goes back to just being a bear.

Again, you ever think we could learn some humanity from animals? Ironic, I know. But also pretty amazing.

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Sometimes You Just Need A Good Gif Site

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I think we can all admit we love gifs, right? In the last few years, these simple, moving pictures have taken over the internet (except for Facebook, which for some odd reason, still doesn't allow them to be posted). Seems every site has a gif section now, and if you have ADD like most of the internet generation you can just skim from gif to gif for hours, not even aware you are losing time.

Though there are many places to do this on the net, I would have to say that Zor.De is easily the best site out there for a constant flow of gifs (usually set to some really odd music that only makes the experience that much more insane). I will just warn you to lower your speakers if they are on when you first get to the site, as jarring techno and some insane, looping images can be a little intense when you first show up.

But after a minute and three gifs or so, it is really hard to navigate away from this site. Be forewarned, it may eat hours of your day. Or seconds. That is what is so great about it, that is up to you.


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Funny Pictures of the Day - Sept 9, 2014


Got a beer emergency? Who ya gonna call? Beer Patrol!

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This Item is Reduced Due to ... Beauty and the Feast In Case of Milk Truck Accident Pimp My Camel


Nothing says you're serious about dog poop on your lawn issue than writing a long
threatening note and signing it "Love, Annie"


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Apple Watch mapple swatch, here's Gemma Correll's Latest in Wearable Technologies!

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The Science of Beer

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PBS Digital Studios' "It's Okay to Be Smart" produces this informative video on the science of beer. One would never want to consume an adult beverage if they are unable to describe the scientific process involved in making the mixture, correct? Certainly not. That would be uncouth. Via YouTube Link


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His Master’s Voice

While looking for something else entirely, I came across this fascinating photograph of a dog and a phonograph. It was taken by National Geographic photographer Herbert G. Ponting in 1911 in Antarctica. The dog, named Chris, belonged to explorer Captain Robert Falcon Scott, who took a gramophone along on the ill-fated Terra Nova Expedition. Although neither Scott nor Chris survived the expedition, Ponting did not accompany them to the South Pole, and lived to take many more pictures.


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Turkey the Kitten Gobbles While Eating

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This kitten named Turkey might possibly have received her name due to the funny sounds she makes during mealtime. One might say as Turkey gobbles, she gobbles. At the time this video was filmed (March of this year), Turkey was a shelter cat up for adoption in Orange County, Florida. I hope that, by now, Turkey has a permanent home in which she feels comfortable to let all of her personality traits be known. Fly that Turkey flag high, kitty! Via 22 Words.

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Stunning Series Of Photos Taken From Inside A Tent

Camping is all about scenery, being surrounded by the beauty of nature and virtually sleeping under the stars.

There’s something magical about opening the tent flap in the morning and seeing all the gorgeous scenery that awaits you with the new day.

Russian photographer Oleg Grigoryev made the view from the tent flap the main focus of his photo series Morning Views from the Tent.

The tent views in Oleg's series are mostly of mountainous areas, but the idea would be a great jumping off point for all those nature loving shutterbugs out there.

There's something about the way the gorgeous scenery is framed by that universally recognized tent flap entrance that really makes these photos pop, and totally makes me want to go camping!

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How to Insult People Like a Brit

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Who among us isn't actively looking for new ways to insult people? The alternative would be absolutely unthinkable. Expand your insult repertoire with this handy video on words the British use to insult others. Via 22 Words.


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What Is A Man? - The Vampire's Dilemma


What Is A Man? by LikeLikes

When vampires who have lived for centuries ponder about their prey they have a hard time wrapping their heads around what it means to be a man. Some say it means being a walking pile of organs, a sack of blood waiting for some thirsty vampire to come and drain them dry. But to those who remember being human, and those who have loved humans, the question becomes more philosophical than anatomical.

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Top Ten Odd Animal Couples

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We have all seen how cute it can be when a cat cuddles with another cat, or when two bunnies snuggle up together. But how cool is it to hear those stories about animal odd couples. Two animals from different species who just seemed to find each other and find some kind of strange and intense connection in the process. It shows us the nonjudgmental purity of animals, and it shows us that we could all learn a thing or two about how we should all treat one another.

Animal Planet put together a really adorable list of ten animal odd couples, and if it doesn't make your heart feel a couple sizes bigger after watching, I suggest two viewings, back-to-back. I will admit, the tarantula and the frog are definitely an odd couple, but it will make you look at both species differently.

They don't judge each other, so why do we?

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What If Christopher Nolan Directed The Incredibles?

Christopher Nolan is known for the intensity he brings to any project he writes and/or directs, and nowhere is this intensity more obvious than in the Dark Knight trilogy.

He has firmly established that his own dark view of superhero life can be quite fun to watch, so what would other superhero movies look like if directed by Nolan?

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Remixer extraordinaire Bobby Burns attempts to answer this question with his re-imagined trailer for Disney's beloved superhero flick The Incredibles, which could have been one dark little film if Nolan had been at the helm.

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A Fundamentally Eccentric Premise

The following is an article from The Annals of Improbable Research.

by L.X. Finegold
Physics Department, Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

This issue of AIR, on British Eccentrics, is fundamentally wrong in its premise. To most Brits, "eccentrics" may be a little different from the average (in statistical terms, one sigma), but that small difference is perfectly acceptable and normal. I was born in England, and grew up there. Am I an "eccentric"? Let me first declare and aver on the basis of incontrovertible, dispassionate, unbiased and objective evidence - that I am not [Finegold 2000].

Nutters and England
If you're way out (in statistical terms, a huge three sigmas) in Limeyland [Cook 1779], then you're not an acceptable eccentric but are a dangerous "nutter," to be carefully avoided by the rest of us sensible folk.

An example of a nutter would be the Canadian Prime Minister who, though married, consulted every night with his mother for practical political advice (yes, he really existed). There's nothing wrong with that, but for the small point that she was long dead [Macdonald 1867].

Indeed, it's pointed out that in mechanical engineering, cranks and eccentrics are essential to automobiles, so that without cranks and eccentrics, our modern civilization would crash.

Some of us would regard it perfectly natural to wear bow ties, for their ends do not dip into our breakfast eggs. Similarly, we know a normal Limey who found that an elastic band would automatically close his open trouser zipper [Finegold 1999]. Another Limey uses the number on his "Donation of body to medicine upon death card" as an identification number for cashing cheques etc.; he chose 3.14159265 (which is π) - and it works beautifully with officialdom.

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A Trio Of Animated Shorts Starring Green Arrow

The Green Arrow’s popularity has fluctuated dramatically over the years, but thanks to the popular CW show Arrow his star is once again on the rise.

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With his smarmy attitude, Robin Hood inspired look and action packed battle sequences, readers know what to expect from the Green Arrow- gritty street justice in a green hood.

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DC Entertainment is doing such a great job of bringing their characters to life, through the shows and shorts known collectively as DC Nation, that it’s not surprise these animated shorts are a million times better than the live action TV show.

They're all killer superheroic action without the drama filler, perfectly portioned to give you a dose of comic book fun that will brighten up your day.

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Please enjoy the animated antics of the archer with an attitude, and his equally badass compatriot Black Canary, as they battle the forces of badness without the aid of super powers.

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How to Crochet a Bowl of Ramen

Cooking ramen is easy--certainly easier than crocheting. But the way that YouTube user betibettin knits, you'd swear that craft could be learned in an hour. He created this tasty-looking lunch with yarn. You can watch his process video (in Japanese) here.

How did he create the impression of soup broth? I was perplexed until I watched through the video. That's actually a layer of plastic film cut to fit the bowl and lying over his crocheted noodles.

-via Rocket News 24

P.S. Last weekend, I experimented with cooking eggs in boiling ramen. The results were delicious! I highly recommend the practice.


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It’s Payback Time

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Channel 4 and Nexus teamed up to produce this awesome animated short with a twist ending. This action sequence is about a working community that panics over a mysterious and deadly invasion. Telling you any more might spoil the payoff, but after you watch it, you can read more about it at Agency Spy. And if you hate watching something with such a mysterious description, hey, it's just two minutes. -via Daily Picks and Flicks 


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Unexpected Views Of Famous Historic Moments

We’ve all seen those famous photographs of historic events such as the Kennedy Assassination, Martin Luther King’s "I have a dream" speech, and the fall of the Berlin Wall, and our perception of these events is shaped by these iconic images.

Have you ever found yourself wondering what the area around these amazing photo ops looked like?

Well wonder no more, because this unique collection of photographs reveals 48 Unexpected Views of Famous Historical Moments, like this compelling view of Martin Luther King Jr.s "I Have A Dream" speech from atop Lincoln’s shoulder:

Or this touching shot of an East German guard passing a flower through a hole in the Berlin Wall on the morning the Wall fell in November, 1989:

There are even some shots from the fun side of history, like this shot of Salvador Dali kissing Raquel Welch's hand after he finished painting a portrait of her:

And incredible shots taken before tragedy befell the subjects- a shot of Scott’s British Antarctic Expedition to the South Pole taken in 1910, before the entire group perished on their return journey:

Check out the rest of the 48 Unexpected Views of Famous Historic Moments over at Distractify

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Watch Christopher Walken Sing A Song from the Puss in Boots Musical

First off, yes, this really happened. in 1988, there was a direct-to-VCR Puss in Boots musical that starred the enigmatic and awesome Christopher Walken as the titular lead. Yes. Again, not kidding. I know it sounds like something the internet would make up, but this exists. I know there are a lot of Christopher Walken fans out there, and with good reason. He is an odd, intruiging man who usually has a looming presence. But flash back to him in Puss in Boots and you see a whole different side to the star. We all knew he could dance because of the wonderful Fatboy Slim video he starred in, but did you know he was classically trained in theater acting, which means singing, too!? Just take a few minutes out of your day to watch this mad man leap around and sing about being a cat. Trust me, it will immediately improve your day, and quite vastly, I might add.

There are almost TOO MANY things worth mentioning here. From the outfit to the creepy mustache, even as a singing and dancing human-cat, there is something ominous about this man. The funniest thing about Puss in Boots is in Walken's biography, he claims it is his favorite work.

That just sort of blows the mind even more.

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Three Dimensional Drawings

Artwork: Julia Barinova

These exceptional examples of three dimensional drawing are done in pencil. Such artwork requires a mastery of visualizing where light would hit the drawn objects, as those parts should be shaded lightly or not at all. The places that would not be lit would be more heavily shaded. Additionally, the artist will sometimes insert actual objects into their drawing, such as a pencil or even their hand. Actual three dimensional objects interacting with the drawing enhances its three dimensionality. 

See more examples of excellent three dimensional drawings here.



Artwork: 
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Artwork: Muhammad Ejleh


Artwork: Carmenharada


Artwork: Muhammad Ejleh


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DuckTales Theme Song With Real Ducks

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Oh My Disney redid the opening theme to the TV show DuckTales, scene by scene, with real ducks! I’ve never seen the show, and even I find this absolutely adorable, so I can imagine that it would be awesome to those who grew up watching it. If you want to refresh your memory, the original is here. -via Viral Viral Videos


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Blanka Fusion - The Science Of Street Fighting


Blanka Fusion by Rodrigo Marckezini

The combatants considered Blanka to be just another humanoid street fighter, but once they'd discovered his pocket monster origins, and the fact that he had saiyan blood running through his veins, they all backed out of the tournament. It seemed mighty unfair to make an average human fighter battle against a hybrid creature with superhuman origins, so Blanka was sent to compete in a different fighting tournament, one that was full of dark monsters that stalked their prey in the night...

Share the true story of Blanka's origin with the world by wearing this Blanka Fusion t-shirt by Rodrigo Marckezini, and shock the world with this bold revelation!

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The Helpful Kitchen Cheat Sheet

Everyone needs a little help in the kitchen sometimes and this handy apron is there for you. Aside from providing you with a pocket and a way to keep clean from spills and splashes the apron also provides numeric conversions, cooking times, freezing instructions, defrosting times, a cooking glossary and more. It's available in both half and full sizes to accommodate all types of aspiring chefs.

See more pictures of the apron and read more about it at Homes and Hues: The Apron Guide Helps You Cook and Keep Clean


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Revenge Is a Dish Best Served Slightly Chilled

Doghouse Diaries has some brutal ideas for how to inflict your wrath on your most deserving enemies. This is part 3 of an ongoing series, so the artist clearly thinks a lot about revenge.

Not that there's anything wrong with that.

It's already taking effect. My inner thoughts are now suddenly in the voice of Gilbert Gottfried. And I routinely drive joyfully toward what appear to be open parking spaces in crowded lots, only to suffer the acutely painful presence of a microcar or a motorcycle.


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14 Unbelievably Weird Video Games

From the beginning, video games have been weird -you have to admit, it does seem strange that a plumber would have to fight a gorilla named "Donkey" or that a weird yellow thing is murdered by ghosts until he eats a pill that turns them blue and suddenly lets him eat the ghosts. That being said, some games are far, far weirder than others. These 14 titles show just how strange gaming can get.

Boong-Ga Boong-Ga

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Have you ever wished you were a proctologist, but didn't want to go through the years of extensive training to become a doctor? Then Boong-Ga Boong-Ga is the game for you! In this seriously strange arcade game, you spank a rubber butt until it's time for kancho -that is, jamming the foam finger into the anus. Perhaps even stranger is the mere fact that kancho isn't something these game designers made up, but an actual bullying game popular in Korea and Japan.

In Boong-Ga Boong-Ga you can at least direct your punishment to someone specific. Victims in the game include an ex-girlfriend, a gold-digger, a mother-in-law and, perhaps the only worthy victim, a child molester. I guess if you insist on jamming a finger into an unsuspecting victim's behind, at least you could limit it to virtual characters.

Hatoful Boyfriend

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There are plenty of dating simulators in Japan, but only one involves pigeons. The basic premise is that you are attending a posh school, flirting with classmates, making friends all while solving a mystery. Oh, and you're the only human in the school, as the rest of the characters are pigeons. If you've just been dying to live life as a pigeon-lover, you're in luck -the PC game is available in English.

Mister Mosquito

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Don't want to live life as a pigeon? How about a mosquito? This sucky game lets you bug a suburban family, trying to drink their blood from specific body parts so you can prepare for the upcoming winter. The challenge? If you're spotted, the humans might just swat you and squish you.

While there is a badly translated version of this game available for the PS2, fans claim the original Japanese version is much better.

Super Table Flip

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Are you already dreading the upcoming holiday season and all that family time that comes with it? If so, you might enjoy Super Table Flip. This strange arcade game basically involves pounding on your dinner table in frustration and eventually flipping over the table after you hear distressing news. The game is a great way to relieve stress -especially if you have to deal with a particularly frustrating family.

Of course, if you get stressed by weddings, your co-workers and stupid bar patrons, you may prefer the other scenarios available in the game.

Toilet Kids

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Facebook for Toddlers

If my young daughters send me Facebook friend requests, is it okay if I click on "Ignore"? I really don't need this kind of drama in my life. Rob Fee's assessment of what a toddler's Facebook news feed would look like is just about right.

-via How to Be a Dad

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The Sad Beauty Of Watching A Piano Burn And Slowly Disintegrate

There’s something about watching a piano slowly being reduced to a pile of ashes via heat gun that is genuinely heartbreaking, worthy of a cheesy subtitle like "the day the music died" or "honky tonk blues".

Maybe it’s knowing how much musical joy the instrument has brought to the lives of listeners, or the fact that another piece of history is being reduced to ash.

Whatever the reason there’s something powerful about watching a piano being turned into a pile of smoldering rubble:

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Deconstructed Piano is a meditative and melancholy video created by music lover Laurin Döpfner, who has this to say about his unique video project:

"Deconstructed Piano" considers the gradual destruction of instrumental music through digital sound generators. The Moonlight Sonata is corrupted in an assault by two robots. The Sonata represents the agony and grief suffered by the piano. For this performance two heat guns at a temperature of 650°C work the piano's wood on and on to the point of collapse. There are four cameras installed to capture the process in a time lapse with one frame every 6 seconds. The ongoing performance and the shooting took about 8 hours.

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