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Paul's Call To Abolish the TSA, One Year Later

ronpaulisanidiot Re:nonsense question (353 comments)

So your argument is that a right isn't inalienable, but is perfectly squashable, so long as it isn't the government doing it. That sounds like anarcho-capitalism

Not quite. Roman_mir's fantasy world is all about the extreme concentration of power. You don't have to combine terms to make a hybrid description of this idea, as a term already exists for it - fascism. Some people have the mistaken belief that a strong centralized government is required for a fascist state to exist, that is not true. Fascism is just about giving as much of the power as possible to as few of the people as possible, and making sure that the power structure remains that way. This is exactly what roman_mir (aka udachny) wants.

which I always end up confusing with libertarianism.

That is exactly what he wants, is for people to believe that his fascist dream state somehow equates to "liberty".

Nearly any post-apocalyptic dystopia is a libertarian utopia. Non-governmental warlords kiling for power and profit is perfectly fine, so long as they weren't elected.

That pretty well sums it up. Money == power. Buy more, sell less. If you can't afford any, that is your own damned stupid fault, you can go off and die somewhere (at work, if you're lucky).

next you'll tell me murder should be legal because the right to life guarantees the freedom from the death penalty, and not the freedom from being killed by private citizens

Basically, yes. Furthermore as power concentration continues to its extreme, human ownership will be re-instituted. Companies will own people and have the ability to force them to do whatever they want. Sure, we might not see the US government invade Iran under a president Paul, but Coca-Cola, Exxon, and United Defense would be free to force their employees to form an invading army for that function.

about a year and a half ago

Ender's Game Trailer Released

ronpaulisanidiot Re:every time i see "Ender's Game" (470 comments)

would you turn down the assistance of a racist, homophobic doctor

- not if she is cute.

Wow, racist and homophobic? That's right up your alley, roman! You'd probably respond to a racist homophobic doctor by trying to recruit them to your religion (that is, if they aren't already a member).

about a year and a half ago

The First Fully 3D-Printed Gun Has Been Successfully Test-Fired

ronpaulisanidiot Re:3 D printing of guns can be done better (717 comments)

wow, you still really don't get it, do you? you have brought your sockpuppet back out because people have been rightfully downmodding you for trolling. if you would tone down the religious rhetoric of your posts and focus instead on factual information you would not be moderated down so often.

about a year and a half ago

The Non-Profit .Org Registry Works Behind the Scenes (Video)

ronpaulisanidiot Plumbing? (21 comments)

I thought after we collectively eviscerated Ted Stevens for his "series of tubes" comment that the internet clearly had no tubes at all. This plumbing thing must be a typo.

about 2 years ago

Users Flock To Firewall-Busting Thesis Project

ronpaulisanidiot Re:$9000 in the hole (91 comments)

This is where a currency like Bitcoin can actually be very useful, to make payments across borders without having to go through any official banking methods.

Sure, because obviously anyone doing something like this must be another member of your church, where the dollar is neither accepted for donation nor recognized as valid currency. Hence the need for bitcoin payments instead, right?

After all, you said 10 years ago that the US Dollar would fail completely within 2 years, and it certainly did fail 8 years ago. Just like everyone else I now have a wallet full of Ron Paullors instead. I'm so glad that your lord and savior warned us in time!

about 2 years ago

Ukrainian Attack Dolphins Are On the Loose

ronpaulisanidiot Re:What else would you believe? (99 comments)

We wouldn't have believed that a blabbering cult member such as yourself would manage to get his karma back from terrible to good in less than 24 hours of posting, but yet you did. And now as a result we see you posting your church material here as fast as you can type it. Hence attack dolphins seem pretty plausible; after all they can likely handle math much better than you.

about 2 years ago

Texas Bills Would Bar Warrantless Snooping On Phone Location

ronpaulisanidiot Re:Dammit, Texas! (277 comments)

as a non-Texan libertarian

you might or might not be from texas, but you sure as hell are not a libertarian. libertarians are supposed to support liberty for all , not just liberty for those who can afford it. you are supporting liberty and freedom for those who can afford it, and oppression of those who cannot. you are only a libertarian if libertarian is now analogous to fascist.

about 2 years ago

Rand Paul Launches a Filibuster Against Drone Strikes On US Soil

ronpaulisanidiot He's Just Taking After His Old Man (693 comments)

ron paul was an ultra conservative fascist blowhard who was in love with the sound of his own voice and the notion of crushing the dreams of people who were economically below him. his son is following in his footsteps by talking endlessly while simultaneously doing everything possible to prevent the passage of any legislation that would in any way benefit people who make 5 figures or less per year. in other words, rand paul is just trying to shore up his dad's cult for his own political future.

and to slashdot paullowers; you can't moderate me down any further as i already post at -1 thanks to you. if someone did bump this up by accident and you pushed it back down you would only be spitting into the ocean.

about 2 years ago

'Download This Gun' — 3-D Printed Gun Reliable Up To 600 Rounds

ronpaulisanidiot Re:So some manufacturing is actually happening (582 comments)

You have a funny idea of what constitutes a "thought crime".

Same can be said for what he sees of for constituting a "thought".

about 2 years ago

$100 Million Student Database Worries Parents

ronpaulisanidiot how many more sides can you speak for? (250 comments)

wait a moment, you may want to HIDE that you are a terrible credit risk, but how is that good for the economy and for the potential lenders that also don't want to lose money if they give you credit?

You normally argue for people to be held responsible for their own risks - whether they are individuals or companies. Yet now you are are arguing for the almighty financial players to be protected from risk. Can't you keep your opinion straight? Or is this the new stance handed down to you by your church?

about 2 years ago

Raytheon's Riot Program Mines Social Network Data For Intelligence Agencies

ronpaulisanidiot Re:strategic response (119 comments)

The strategic response to this type of stalking initiatives shall be known as the Unified Posting Yield Obfuscating Response System.

U missed one before Response there.

His church told him that vowel was unnecessary, and that he could reduce taxation and help move towards the gold standard by omitting it.

about 2 years ago

Ron Paul Asks UN For Help Geting Control of RonPaul.com Domain From Fans

ronpaulisanidiot this should surprise anyone (611 comments)

ron paul has seen himself as an exceptional human being for a long time, seeing himself to be above the law as others see it any time he can find a new way to interpret the law to his own benefit. now he wants to use the law to take property away from others, we should not be surprised to see this behavior from him.

about 2 years ago

To Open Source Obama's Get-Out-the-Vote Code Or Not?

ronpaulisanidiot Re:so republicans never get access to it ... (356 comments)

People who care about good policy do not get elected even in primaries (Ron Paul)

Wow, you call extreme fascism good policy? I'd love to know what constitutes bad policy - perhaps anything that actually considers the will of the people?

FYI, douchenozzle - a link to your own blog post does not equate to a valid source citation... unless, that is, you're trying to show how much of an uncompromising douche you are. In the case of the latter - well played, I guess?

If you read through roman_mir's posts (including posts he writes from his sock puppet udachny) you'll see that he does it all the time.

When in Rome, do as the Romans do. When discussing fascism, do as roman_mir does.

about 2 years ago

To Open Source Obama's Get-Out-the-Vote Code Or Not?

ronpaulisanidiot Re:so republicans never get access to it ... (356 comments)

People who care about good policy do not get elected even in primaries (Ron Paul)

Wow, you call extreme fascism good policy? I'd love to know what constitutes bad policy - perhaps anything that actually considers the will of the people?

about 2 years ago

Facebook Lands Drunk Driving Teen In Jail

ronpaulisanidiot full disclosure (443 comments)

First, udachny is a sock puppet of roman_mir.

After that, the problems with his statement and why it did not deserve to be moderated out of the hole he has dug himself:

While I am no fan of FB

You are, however, a fan of fascism and runaway free-market foolery. In your world the teen never would have faced any repercussions because nobody would have seen it to pursue the matter for themselves. In your world his friends wouldn't have been able to turn him in, either, as the police wouldn't have listened to them - even when presented with the written evidence directly - unless the victim was willing to pay for them to investigate the matter.

not that I condone drunk driving and hit and run

You oppose law enforcement taking action against such acts, though. So you are not really anti drunk-driving either.

about 2 years ago

What 'Negative Temperature' Really Means

ronpaulisanidiot Re:TFA (204 comments)

Dalai Lama is a political hack, like every politician that aims at the populous, he likes to give meat to the idiots that listen to him.

That tactic is no different from your favorite political hack and religious leader, ron paul. Your leader also gives substance to followers who grab on to his words. The difference though is one group is concerned with the impact of their devotion on the rest of the world - and it is not yours.

That, and one group believes their leader is the latest resurrection in a long line of leaders, while the other openly worships their leader and holds him as the pinnacle of humanity who is the greatest philosopher in the history of mankind.

TFA isn't there to give you any more information about negative temperatures, it's a political hack job.

It takes one to know one, eh? You find a way to squeeze in your religious and political ideology into any argument, regardless of whether or not a rational person would find a way for it to fit in.

While reading TFA I realised that it had nothing to do with temperatures or quantum physics

Do you even know what quantum physics is? You never took physics at the university. I would wager you wouldn't recognize quantum physics if it was presented right in front of you.

it was a socialist propaganda page.

Considering you did not take - or miserably failed - economics, you likely wouldn't be able to correctly recognize socialist propaganda, either.

about 2 years ago

Patent Troll Targeting Users of Scanners; Wants $1000/Employee

ronpaulisanidiot Re:I was browsing the web and I found... (227 comments)

Patents are none of governments' business, that's the reality and that's the only way actually to fix the real problem.

Patents are to ensure that the proper credit goes to an inventor. Without patents as soon as you start to produce a new invention, anyone who wanted to could copy it with no repercussions, even if they copied your name and sold a terrible product under it.

And since you want the legal system to be sold to the highest bidder, an independent inventor would have no hope of success with any action if a large company decided to rip off their creation.

WHY do you hate inventors? You seem to hate inventors just as much as you hate working people.

about 2 years ago

The U.S. Careens Over the Fiscal Cliff, Reaching Only Half of a Deal

ronpaulisanidiot Re:First Time (639 comments)

if you think that posting with a nick like that will do a better job at getting responses rather than posting as AC, then you are delusional. Here is the first thing I do when I read comments: read who wrote them. If it's an AC, I read the first line and I know whether to skip reading the entire page or not, it's obvious. Your nick is exactly the same thing, except I can skip reading even the first line.

And I was moderated up to 1, while roman_mir has been mostly downmoderated to -1 for trolling. Hence I did not need you to read it, AC; other people already did and realized who was factual versus who was pulling shit out of thin air.

But thank you for sharing your opinion.

about 2 years ago

USMA: Going the Extra Kilometer For Metrication

ronpaulisanidiot the market has spoken! (909 comments)

and it gets a big friggin' hard-on from making all the other countries in the world convert their export measurements to our archaic system. those who expect us to change can take their metric rulers and shove 'em 3m up their own asses.

about 2 years ago

The U.S. Careens Over the Fiscal Cliff, Reaching Only Half of a Deal

ronpaulisanidiot Re:First Time (639 comments)

Government isn't authorised to run a highway system

You don't know much about the interstate highway system, do you? The federal government does little to run it. They dole out the money to the states, who are free to do what they want with it within rather broad confines. The federal government suggests speed limits but doesn't actually force them to be at their suggested levels.

Obviously driving licenses are a private matter between private road operators and the drivers

And you are free to drive on private land as much as you like, provided you have permission from the land owner. Government has no say on that matter.

Actually nobody needs to be forced to own a license

And nobody is "forced to own a license". If you don't want to drive on public roads, you don't need a driver's license. Amazing how that works, isn't it?

government is not supposed to be able to use it as identification either

The federal government does not recognize a driver's license as identification as they are issued by states. States have the freedom to use them for what they want.

Actually 911 shouldn't be federal issue at all

The only thing federal about 911 is the number itself. If you would prefer that every state or county have its own emergency number, you can make that argument, but the federal government doesn't do squat with the 911 system.

There is plenty of business opportunity there as well.

You mean like the large number of private ambulance companies in this country? Indeed lots of people are making money off of 911. There are also companies like ADT and lifeline that are making money by sending automated requests to 911.

about 2 years ago



Ron Paul Blasts NRA, Liberals Over Gun Issue

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  more than 2 years ago

ronpaulisanidiot (2529418) writes "Departing libertarian congressman Ron Paul (TX) gave another defiant speech on the house floor in response to the efforts of liberals to increase gun control while the NRA calls for armed guards in every school.

While I certainly agree that more guns equals less crime and that private gun ownership prevents many shootings. I don't agree that conservatives and libertarians should view government legislation, especially at the federal level, as the solution to violence."


"Real change can happen only when we commit ourselves to rebuilding civil society in America, meaning a society based on family, religion, civic and social institutions, and peaceful cooperation through markets."


Link to Original Source

Natalie Portman Marries Choreographer from Back Swan

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  more than 2 years ago

ronpaulisanidiot (2529418) writes "You know her as Queen (or Padme) Amidala. Or Eve from V for Vendetta. Or any of a number of other roles. A while ago she became "mom" to a newborn boy. Now, she is also "Mrs. Millepied". Natalie Portman has married the choreographer from "The Black Swan".

No word on whether any grits were involved."

Link to Original Source



the cult versus representative democracy

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  more than 2 years ago naturally, democracy didn't stand a chance

while the cult leader pulled 36% of the vote in the nonbinding caucus - compared to 39% for the top vote getter - he'll receive at least 87.5% of the delegates for the state.

sure, the caucus was nonbinding, but that doesn't mean it should be disregarded completely. at least, that is what a rational person might expect. however, the cult of ron paul knows better. indeed, the cult of ron paul knows what the people really want, so they will do what they can to deliver it regardless of what the people might otherwise think they want.

ron paul. fascism for the people!

or, to paraphrase the beatles:

you say you want a revolution-pac

oh, ooooh, yeah

we just want to break the world....


the end of ron paul's fantasyland

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  more than 2 years ago news has been popping up lately that the country closest to the ideals of ron paul and his cult - somalia - is seeing a change in its situation. particularly, the capital of mogadishu now has something vaguely resembling a government.

that said, piracy, extremism, and offshore dumping of toxic waste continues. similarly a significant portion of the population still cannot go to school. so they haven't lost all of the cult's ideals yet...


what day is the cult meeting in dc?

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  more than 2 years ago vocal ron paul worshiper roman_mir insists that there was a rally in dc on the 21st for his lord and savior. one small problem, though.

the rally was actually the day before. perhaps the cult is starting to draw lines as to what caliber of crazy they want at their rallies?

update - after someone pointed out to him that he had the date wrong, roman_mir corrected it in his signature. being as he had typed "21st" when the correct date was the "20th", it would seem he knew what he was typing. the question that he will likely never answer is why he had it wrong. did he have bad information that he was passing on unknowingly?


ron paul's economic fantasies

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  more than 2 years ago ron paul and his cult like to talk about their economic fantasyland a lot. any sensible observer knows that at least 90% of what they claim to want can be found all together in only one country on earth currently - somalia. basically everything they want, except for one thing.

the "gold standard".

and frankly, i'm not sure if there is a country of any economic importance today that has their currency pegged to gold or any other precious metal. leaving the real question to be what the cult has to gain by pursuing this economic strawman.


ron paul should go watch idiocracy

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  more than 2 years ago tragically popular cult leader / presidential candidate ron paul has declared the department of the interior "unconstitutional" and wants to eliminate it. if all government regulations were eliminated as per his dream - which would of course turn the usa into the new somalia - then eliminating the dept of the interior could have dire consequences.

but it's got electrolytes!


ron paul and albert einstein

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  about 3 years ago these two do have one thing in common - thought experiments. the similarity between the nobel physicist and the cult-leader physician pretty well ends there, though.

einstein was known for his famous thought experiments involving trains at high speeds and what they said about relativity. they were simple models for what happens at various physically extreme situations. einstein realized these were good models but they were just that; not really things he expected to roll out in the physical world and physical reality that we live in.

ron paul, on the other hand, has his thought experiments that he badly wants to see deployed into the real world. never mind that the closest country to his current ideals would be somalia; he still believes it is what would somehow cure our ills.

in other words, because ron paul is a failure of an observationist - and likely a failure of an experimentalist as well - he cannot see what would come from what he wants to impose on the usa. so while his cult members may view him as some kind of great genius, he has a long ways to go before he can rightfully claim that title.

perhaps someday "ron paul" will come to be analogous to shortsighted in the same way that einstein is analogous in the modern vernacular to genius.


my second comment today

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  about 3 years ago the ron paul cultists have guaranteed that i will never, ever, have karma better than terrible, or the ability to post more than twice per day under my name. as my second comment was in reply to a journal entry by a very devout cultist, i thought i would post it here as well to improve its chance of being read.


first, mr. schiff is not a political prisoner, no matter how badly you want it to be the case. he filed false tax returns, which is a crime. he is in prison for breaking the law. just because you hate everything ron paul tells you to hate does not mean that suddenly skipping or falsifying taxes is no longer criminal.

second, your lord and savior would make far more people into prisoners than we currently have. the only difference is that people would be prisoners to their employers in ways that they are not currently. in the current situation in the us, workers have - very marginal - rights. your lord and savior wants to give all those rights away so that the employers hold all the cards. the 40-hour work week will be gone. minimum wage will be gone. health insurance will be gone. life insurance and retirement will be gone. vacation will be gone. employees will have no avenue for recourse if they are fired unjustly or if employers slander or blackmail them.

in other words your lord and savior wants to drive the us rate of incarceration up to around 90% or more. the only difference is that very little of the incarcerated people will be jailed in what we currently call a jail or a prison, instead what they currently think of as their workplaces will become their jails and prisons, with no hope for parole.


the comment is here: http://slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=2637009&cid=38812839

the journal entry it was posted in reply to is here: http://slashdot.org/~roman_mir/journal/276883


the plus side of being eternally frozen at terrible karma, and forverer guaranteed to post at minus 1, is that nobody can moderate my comment down further.


the cult of ron paul conquers slashdot again

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  about 3 years ago today's most commented story - which has taken that title for the month as well - is about ron paul's son and his "valiant" quest against the tsa. naturally, the cult members couldn't stay off of that and had to insert as many incantations for their lord as possible to ensure that he takes his rightful place.

happiness in slavery - brought to you by the cult of ron paul.


liberal bias leaves out the cult leader

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  about 3 years ago i've been seeing news articles online today that congress has indefinitely delayed voting on the sopa and pipa bills. however all the news articles seem to have left out one important thing. they conveniently all forgot to mention that this was exclusively and inarguably the doing of his lord and savior ron paul. without him, nothing good can ever happen.

now if i could just find some fanatical ron paul supporter here on slashdot who could fill in the blanks and tell me what the media left out about how ron paul made this happen...


the cult leader almost made sense by accident

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  about 3 years ago famed cult leader / congressman / presidential candidate ron paul almost accidentally made sense recently in a "debate" on abortion issues. ron paul acknowledged that passing laws against abortion won't stop people from getting abortions, it will only end up with more people in jail. for a man who is over 100 years old, and full of shit, this was a stunning act of logic.

however, what he neglected to mention is that he would still support laws that outlaw abortion. and of course, in the dream world that he and his superpac sell as part of his campaign, there would also be no us supreme court to examine such laws, as it would be thrown out to achieve the mythical "government you can drown in a bathtub".

thankfully, as much as he either cannot or will not acknowledge it, the us constitution prohibits the present from unilaterally doing such things.


karma goes only down if you oppose the cult leader

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  about 3 years ago the members of the cult of ron paul are again showing how much they appreciate free speech and hearing from people of differing opinion. with my karma at terrible i posted to a recent article and for a moment my comment was at plus 2. now it is back down to minus 1.

i also enjoyed seeing how a comment that was not moderated by anyone acquired a flamebait tag. apparently ron paul is so deeply entrenched in slashdot groupthink that even the code itself opposes what i say.


rand paul shoots himself in the foot

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  about 3 years ago rand paul, the son of famous cult leader ron paul, is sometimes credited as the more personable potential candidate of the family. he supports the same illogical and unconstitutional agenda of his father, but isn't quite as condescending in his tone while speaking.

however, a recent statement from him crapped all over the "pull yourself up by your own bootstraps" mentality.

"My dad paid for my college and my medical school, and I owe it to him"

and of course, those are the only people who would be able to go to college under the destructive policies that are advocated by ron paul and recited as gospel by his cult.


ron paul may sue mitt romney over campaign rhetoric

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  about 3 years ago after all, "i like to fire people" is practically the campaign slogan of ron paul - the only candidate who wants to see the national unemployment rate go up.

happiness in slavery, brought to you by the church of ron paul.


doubt not the clout of the cult

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  more than 2 years ago ron paul cultists have voted down my comments regularly, to place my karma at terrible. now i can comment only twice daily - or less. finally one of my comments, starting at minus 1, was voted 'up' to zero, and then it was immediately voted down again to minus 1.

they claim to be an oppressed minority here on slashdot, seldom heard. yet when i started this account to point out the dangers and hypocrisy behind the aims of their lord and savior, it took barely a week to be voted down into oblivion. meanwhile they post often, and are voted up almost as often; even though little of what they say is accurate.

minority, my ass. if any political opinion gets extensive space and support on slashdot, it is that of ron paul. his cult seems to practically use slashdot as a recruiting tool.


ron paul cultists doing what their lord says...

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  more than 3 years ago a devoted ron paul cultist on slashdot recently linked to the superpac of his lord and savior. unsurprisingly, ron paul's cult calls their superpac "revolution pac". they believe themselves to be leading a revolution, though i'm surprised they didn't call it "crusade pac" as their are religious in their zealotry.

if they want to stick to a word like revolution, i would recommend instead re-evolution (as in reverse evolution) as a more fitting name for their crusade. ron paul very clearly wants absolute power of over our country, and to thoroughly dismantle the government that is established by the constitution. it is astonishing that some people seem to actually believe that such action would somehow lead to an increase in "liberty" or "freedom", when there would be nobody left to defend either, and only one person with the right to dictate what they mean at any given time.


welcome to new ron paul cultist, kelley clarkson

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  more than 3 years ago today cult leader / congressman / certifiable nutcase ron paul picked up the all-important american-idol-winner endorsement when kelly clarkson tweeted her endorsement. as is common with many stars, she showed her deep knowledge of the situation:

"I have never heard that Ron Paul is a racist or homophobe?"



ron paul hates representative government

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  more than 3 years ago famous cult leader / presidential hopeful ron paul is famous for his statement of wanting "a government you can drown in a bathtub". while some of his cultists rally around this as a cry for a simpler tax code or whatever else, the truth is that it is a telling statement of his hatred for representative government, and his desire to lead everyone unilaterally without contest.

it is generally physically impossible to drown more than one adult in a bathtub at one time. if you are to drown the entire government in one bathtub, that means your entire government is one person. and if the entire government is only one person, representative government goes out the window as one person cannot represent an entire country reasonably.

however, even worse is that a government of one has no checks and balances whatsoever. ron paul's government of one is a government with only one branch rather than the three we currently have. that one person would have unlimited rights to do whatever he wants.

hence ron paul is a cult leader, an idiot, and a constitutional hypocrite.


ron paul's answer to the newsletter question doesn't matter

ronpaulisanidiot ronpaulisanidiot writes  |  more than 3 years ago ron paul has been questioned over some racist and offensive newsletters that were written under his name some time ago. he claims to not be the author of these newsletters, that someone else wrote them and published them under his name. the news media is eating this up and claiming to be trying to investigate the matter.

however, they are ignoring the simple fact that his answer doesn't matter. ron paul's cult is full of people who would gladly take a bullet for him. he could name any cult member he wants and if they were capable of writing at the time they would happily claim to be the author.

his cult members may be right when they claim he is not a politician; only because he is instead a cult leader.

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