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Thursday, April 28, 2005

The Recall is Dead, but Eliseo has a Song for you

While the city has come to grips with Hahn's involvement in the Recall campaign against Tony Villar -- Eliseo is still singing his little diddy. Clapping his hands and rolling his head -- let's all follow the bouncing ball as we all sing along.
"Take a look outside, Tell me what you're seeing People trying to survive day by day
Take a look in their eyes, Tell me what they're feeling Listen closely to what they have to say.
They say we're standing up, And we're marching together Until justice and freedom is everywhere.
They say we're tired of putting up, United together we can't give up So brothers and sisters, Black white yellow and brown It's high time, We've got make a change Gonna make a dream become a reality
It's high time, We've got to make a change Gonna make a change, In this society."

Listen to it hear - scroll down a bit to find the provocative Reggae-Ska song.

Snappy tune, what do you think?


Anonymous Anonymous said:

Sing away baby - I recall you!

April 28, 2005 11:16 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Is this what MayorSam.blogspot has come to? What rubbish. Last post for me.

April 28, 2005 11:49 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Word was Huggy, who was supporting the recall. While Shallman always supported Antonio, there are some Huggy staffers who despise Antonio.

April 29, 2005 12:14 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The Recall is Dead???

How can that be? Hertzberg supported it? I wonder why?

Hahn supported it? How could it fail?

The only reason I can think of is that he must have had Troy Edwards in charge.

I guess all the time he had to spend with the Grand Jury interfered with his gathering signatures from all the CD 14ers who were standing in line to sign.

Maybe they had to go work on their neighborhood watches instead.

Oh well, Eliseo can start working on the recall of the Mayor soon...

April 29, 2005 1:39 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You never offered ANY proof anyone was behind the recall but honest hardworking people who were exercising their democratic rights.

There never was any connection with Hahn.

You insult the people of CD14 whose only crime was trusting a scumbag conman named Antonio Villaraigosa.

You deserve to be raped by him the same way his district has been.

Now bend over and take the screwing that exemplifies his politcal career.

April 29, 2005 6:16 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

PARKER: "CD14 deserved to be raped, it was dressed provocatively!"

"Probably enjoyed it"

"Who wouldn't want be abused and raped by a charmer like Antonio"

April 29, 2005 6:19 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I recall when this blog made an effort to look at both sides of an issue, and see the warts on all candidates.

No more.

April 29, 2005 6:20 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Celebrate the rapist that is Tony V. His political ambition will take him fare, instead of raping one-quarter million people in his district for two more year now he will have 4 million victims to rape for 4.

Then maybe millions more.

enjoy the view

April 29, 2005 6:29 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

NOW you want to talk about the recall, because Antonio's 800-pound corrupt gorilla is shitting all over your living room. Need distraction obviously...

(From LA Observer)

"The Times reported yesterday that some checks came in the day after Villaraigosa met with Sean Anderson, president of Travel Traders, and City Hall lobbyist Art Gastelum. And a few days after Anderson made a contribution, Villaraigosa tried to block a rival firm from getting a lucrative contract to run gift shops at LAX (Anderson apparently wants that business.)

Villaraigosa's people say it's all innocent and the contributions are being returned out of "an abundance of caution," but they refused to give reporters more details about how or why the contributions were made. Times columnist Steve Lopez today points out how lame Villaraigosa and campaign manager Ace Smith sound, especially when they claim that the Floridians wrote checks out of concern that Los Angeles is adrift under Mayor Jim Hahn:

"I'm only going to say this once more. Are you ready, Antonio and Ace? THEY'RE FROM FLORIDA!"

How do you SPELL Pay-4-PLAY...




Hahn is only accused -- ADV is caught RED-HANDED!!!

April 29, 2005 6:37 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Hahn when accused: "I don't know if it's true, if it is, people will be punished"

ADV when caught red-handed: "I'LL GIVE IT BACK -- I didn't know anyone was watching."

(Damn, Ace, you told me you had them distracted with all that fake Hahn slime...)

April 29, 2005 6:40 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Now he's a CORRUPT rapist.

April 29, 2005 6:41 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

RIGHT, like ADV could actually GET IT UP!

April 29, 2005 6:41 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

"HOW LAME THEY SOUND" -- You're killing them STEVE Lopez.

(Traitor Latino, ADV will GET YOU BACK!)

April 29, 2005 6:43 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


April 29, 2005 6:43 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Cover up ADV's casket, he's one dead dinosaur Pol.

Welcome back Jim Hahn. Kick some rapist ass!

MORE will follow -- every contribution to ADV from out-of-town will`NOW be checked 50 times by media!

Stick a Fuck in him, he's dumb!

April 29, 2005 6:46 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

POOR Tony, always stepping on his own political dick in public.

He's learned from the best Losers Ace and Parkee!

April 29, 2005 6:47 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

This bog is desperate and continues to LIE that Hahn was behind recall. BULLSHIT. I hope you get your butt sued. You guys must really be running scared these days. MEAT rationale of 65% of city voted for Kerry therefore what they'll vote for ADV. WRONG. There are at least 20 of us who voted for Kerry and ARE NOT VOTING FOR ADV. In fact we're pissed at Kerry for coming to LA. This election is none of his damn business. But word in the valley is it will hurt ADV big. Not only that but all the talk radio shows talking about illegal immigration is just reminding people that Antonio is a LATINO

April 29, 2005 7:31 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

LAT....Villaraigosa to Return Florida Donations
In the face of escalating pressure over questionable out-of-state campaign contributions, mayoral candidate Antonio Villaraigosa decided Thursday to return thousands of dollars to employees of two related Florida companies.

For a second day in a row, the city councilman and his campaign manager declined to provide details about what prompted at least 20 employees of the gift-shop companies and their relatives to give $45,000 to a mayoral candidate in Los Angeles

April 29, 2005 7:37 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Gotta love Steve Lopez
'Miami Vice' Meets 'Dumb and Dumber'
Los Angeles City Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa, running way ahead of Mayor Jim Hahn in the polls, has just committed the bonehead move of the campaign.
How bad was it?
I've been around a while and seen some gems, but this one goes on the top shelf of the trophy case.
Villaraigosa has quite appropriately beaten up Mayor Hahn for fundraising and contract-awarding practices that have sparked an ongoing City Hall corruption probe.
It's about trust and leadership, Villaraigosa has told us ad nauseam.
And then what did he do?
He created his own fundraising fiasco, finally agreeing under pressure Thursday to return campaign donations that had the odor of bad smelt.
Look, if you're running a one-issue campaign, with no second paragraph in the platform, it's a good idea not to undermine yourself on that one issue.
But Villaraigosa, who raised questions for months about where Hahn's money comes from and what his donors hoped to buy with it, found himself trying to explain why more than 20 Floridians have helped bankroll his campaign, signing checks for $1,000 or $2,000.
They work for a company that operates gift shops.
And why exactly would they give a hoot about Villaraigosa?
"They think it's time for a change," Villaraigosa said at a news conference Wednesday after the story broke in the Daily Breeze.
Help me out here, Tony Rapp. What's their motive?
"People are supporting me," Villaraigosa went on, reminding us why it is sometimes better to remain silent, "because people have seen over the last four years we have an administration that's adrift."
I wasn't aware that it was a big topic of conversation in Florida, but what do I know? Maybe if I were to walk down famed Calle Ocho in Miami, I'd hear the buzz.
"Hey, Carlos, I've had it up to here with the Hahn administration, how about you?"
"His administration is adrift, Pablo. I'm worried about the implications for Florida. Let's send money to Antonio."
Ace Smith, the Villaraigosa campaign manager, made the unfortunate mistake of trying to clear up the confusion.
"Many people have donated to his campaign," Smith said, "because they believe Los Angeles needs a fresh start and a mayor who can get this city moving again."
I'm only going to say this once more.
Are you ready, Antonio and Ace?
Given the ridiculously implausible explanations, we were left to wonder if perhaps the president of one of the Florida companies, a man named Sean Anderson, might be interested in stirring up some business in Los Angeles.
Anderson, as a matter of fact, used to work for the company that now has a gift shop and newsstand contract at LAX.
Is this beginning to come into focus?
Anderson, who donated to the Hahn campaign four years ago, seems to like the front-running Antonio this time around. In addition to his employees' support of Villaraigosa, Anderson personally donated $2,000 to Antonio's campaign. Within days of writing the checks, an amazing thing happened.
The Airport Commission had decided to extend existing concession contracts at the airport, but Villaraigosa called on the City Council to review the decision and maybe consider new bids.
A cynic — actually, not a cynic, but anyone with a pulse — might suggest Villaraigosa was influenced by campaign donations.
"Outrageous," Smith said.
Yes, preposterous. Impossible. Unthinkable.
It's also outrageous, I suppose, to think the Florida employees might have been acting on orders from their boss when they wrote those checks to Antonio. That would make it an awful lot like when developer Mark Abrams had his staff write checks to the Hahn campaign — for which he was dinged a record $270,000 by the city Ethics Commission.
I tried getting hold of a couple of Anderson's employees in Miami, but they've been somewhat elusive of late.
"Wow," Anderson employee William Pineda told the Daily Breeze when asked why a Floridian would send money to Villaraigosa. "You probably called me at a bad time."
Yeah, probably so. I apparently called Pineda at a bad time, too, and he didn't return the call.
Neither did the Miami guy I really wanted to talk to. Amarfio "A.D." Scott told The Times he sent $2,000 to Villaraigosa because former Laker star Magic Johnson supported Villaraigosa.
That's plausible, right?
Sure it is, until you realize Scott wrote the checks to Antonio before Magic Johnson endorsed Villaraigosa.
I love this kind of story. Every time someone explains, it gets worse.
If Villaraigosa was a smart cookie — actually, any dope could have figured this out — he would have called a news conference the minute the story broke.
At this news conference, Villaraigosa would have blamed someone on his staff for accepting the donations, he would have fired half a dozen people and he would have promised to immediately give every last cent of the money back.
Instead we got nothing but the contention that Florida was ready for a change at L.A. City Hall.
Then, late Thursday afternoon, someone in Camp Villaraigosa finally realized what stooges they looked like.
"At this time, we have not been able to ascertain that anything was done improperly," said Smith's damage-control statement.
Whewww, what a relief. Nothing improper took place.
"However, out of an abundance of caution, we have decided to go the extra length and return the money from employees of Travel Traders."
This is big of them, isn't it?
Up to their necks in Florida alligators, and still they go the extra length and return the money.
Like Antonio says, it's about trust and leadership.

April 29, 2005 7:52 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

SAM is dead? Long live the SAM?

April 29, 2005 10:22 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

HEY, the way to exercise "caution" is not to VOTE for the PLAY, they're PAYING you for in the FIRST place!


April 29, 2005 10:23 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Tony's BUSTED. Stick a fraud in him!

April 29, 2005 10:28 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Yesterday $31,000...

Today $47,000...

Tomorrow $1 million?

Stupid Tony, made the PLAY (for PAY), and now has to GIVE IT BACK.

That's what happens when you mix STOOPID with CORRUPT!

Criminals with NO money!

(Don't investigate his IEs, Feds, investigate his IQ and SATs!)

April 29, 2005 10:39 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

ART GASTELUM is connected to THE CAMACHO BROTHERS who are connected to RICHARD ALATORRE who is connected to VICTOR GRIEGO who is connected to MIKE HERNANDEZ who is connected to RON MARTINEZ who is connected to GLORIA MOLINA who is connected to HORATIO VIGNALI who is connected to RICHARD POLANCO who is connected to JAMES ACEVEDO who is connected to ALEX PADILLA who is connected to TONY CARDENAS who is connected to RICHARD ALARCON who is connected to ART GASTELUM. It all comes full circle. The only thing not connected is Tony's brain. Do you guys really thik he is going to return that money, they'll find a way to get it back. The shit is out of the horse Parke.

April 29, 2005 10:43 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Exellent article about Villaraigosa and his Miami DINERO!

Steve Lopez:
Points West

'Miami Vice' Meets 'Dumb and Dumber'

Los Angeles City Councilman Antonio Villaraigosa, running way ahead of Mayor Jim Hahn in the polls, has just committed the bonehead move of the campaign.

How bad was it?

I've been around a while and seen some gems, but this one goes on the top shelf of the trophy case.

Villaraigosa has quite appropriately beaten up Mayor Hahn for fundraising and contract-awarding practices that have sparked an ongoing City Hall corruption probe.

It's about trust and leadership, Villaraigosa has told us ad nauseam.

And then what did he do?

He created his own fundraising fiasco, finally agreeing under pressure Thursday to return campaign donations that had the odor of bad smelt.

Look, if you're running a one-issue campaign, with no second paragraph in the platform, it's a good idea not to undermine yourself on that one issue.
__________________TO read entire article go to_________________


April 29, 2005 10:43 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I wonder what the press will be asking tomorrow at Kerry's rally. I guess if the Dems couldn't win Florida, they might as well rip it off!

April 29, 2005 10:45 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Dang, 10:43 a.m. ANON, when ADV bragged about all his "connections" SILLY ME, I thought he was talking about high placed national figures who could help the city with IT'S problems... no "friends in low places" who can launder money for Tony V's campaigns!

April 29, 2005 10:47 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

IT's HAHN's fault ADV is crooked... (somehow -- let me spin on that awhile!)

April 29, 2005 10:47 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Anon 10:47- Yes, ADV seems to have friends in "low places" who launder his dirty money and contribute to a fake candidacy. The daily breeze has a good article on the Miami Fiasco "laundering."

Read on:

Aside from the money generated in Georgia and Florida, Villaraigosa also received at least $16,000 from the family of Richard Meruelo -- a Los Angeles developer who lives part of the year in Florida -- in the 72-hour period after his meeting with Anderson and Gastelum.

Meruelo, who owns condominium towers in Miami and has plans for building two 50-story high-rises near downtown Los Angeles, has spent more than $78,000 in independent expenditures on behalf of Villaraigosa since the March 8 primary election.

Asked Thursday about his contributions, Meruelo had no comment.

The Florida fund-raising issue had created some embarrassment for Villaraigosa. At one campaign stop, he told reporters that the donations from Florida were based on support for his ideas.

"They're supporting me for the same reason people are supporting me in every part of this city," he said, "because people have seen that over the last four years we have an administration that's adrift ... that's unable to get our traffic moving."

The comment prompted one television reporter to respond: "Why would (Florida residents) care about our traffic?"


From Daily Breeze:

April 29, 2005 11:00 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The guy who stole the Taylor Yard high school land for speculation???

Raiding the students futures for graft and corruption?

WAY TO SUPPORT the LAUSD, Parochial Tony!

April 29, 2005 11:02 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Everyone opposing Tony knew this would happen. What's the saying fuck me once, shame on you - fuck me twice, shame on me. Well Tony is well on his way to his umpteenth fuck here. A list of his other bonehead mistakes:

bonehead #1: Ruins his first political victory because he's out screwing his best freinds wife while his wife is at home recovering from cancer.

bonehead #2: Becomes Vigali's little errand boy around town.

bonehead #3: Still can't control his pubescent urges and ends up fighting with a Sacramento female staffer in the capitol garage

bonehead #4: Gives credit to a foreign head of State for overturning the mandate of a popularly elected initiative

bonehead #4: Out of spite, decides to run for City Council before realizing that it actually means working

bonehead #5: With no accomplshiment to speak of, sets up his whole campaign for Mayor on the premise that the incumbent is a crook, then he gets caught with his pants down.

I can go on but there probably enough memory at your ISP Mayor Sam.

April 29, 2005 11:02 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

There is more on Villaraigosa's Miami "friends"

Do you know what type of friends Villaraigosa has in Miami?

Sylvester Lukis a Miami lobbyist, who hosted a reception for Villaraigosa in Florida

"...Sylvester Lukis, a Miami lobbyist, and his wife, former Lee County commissioner Vicki Lopez-Wolfe, stood accused of bribery, extortion, influence peddling, and mail fraud. According to government investigators, the couple had begun an illicit love affair in the spring of 1991 and soon after embarked on a complicated criminal conspiracy. Prosecutors claimed that Lukis, a married family man at the time, had seduced Lopez-Wolfe with the promise of higher office and bribed her with money and gifts; Lopez-Wolfe, then a controversial young political starlet, had allegedly sold her vote on multimillion dollar bond deals and construction contracts, and so deprived the citizens of Lee County of her "honest services" as an elected official. Along the way, the couple had lied to the press, deceived each other, and Lukis hired a Miami private eye to shadow their enemies. At one point they had used a surveillance videotape to try to blackmail a candidate into dropping out of a county commission race.
If convicted on all eleven charges in this public corruption trial, Sylvester Lukis and Vicki Lopez-Lukis, as she was now known, would each face a maximum penalty of 60 years in federal prison and $2.7 million in fines..."


April 29, 2005 11:03 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Another Villaraigosa Miami fundraiser friend- Sergio Pino.

Report: Airport partners unduly earned $14.6 million-- MIAMI - Four partners of a venture that runs airport duty-free shops have earned more than $14.6 million despite having performed no work, according to a report by the Miami-Dade County inspector general.
The joint venture won a contract at Miami International Airport, and the four partners were brought in to satisfy a requirement for the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program....
Under the program, these partners were picked: Sergio Pino, a major political fund-raiser and tract-home builder; Carole Ann Taylor, a former aide to ex-Commissioner Maurice Ferre; Jorge de Cardenas, a longtime lobbyist who later served time in federal prison for his involvement in a Miami kickback scandal; and Maria Argudin, an assistant city clerk in Miami...."
But despite the partners' repeated promises to do work, they did none, said the report released Tuesday. They simply showed up at quarterly meetings and collected their checks, the report said.

The report shows wholesale contract violations and numerous misrepresentations to the Federal Aviation Administration and the county, which it says "discredit the program at Miami International Airport."

It also finds that the airport staff members failed to monitor the contract as they were required to do and ignored evidence of noncompliance brought to their attention.

The four minority partners acknowledge some errors in complying with program requirements, but deny that they have done no work, according to their attorney, Andres Rivero.



April 29, 2005 11:04 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Yet, another Florida friend who held fundraisers for Villaraigosa!

Miami AV fundraiser friend:

Alex Penelas:

Important human rights organizations from across the political spectrum are applauding Florida Democratic voters' overwhelming rejection of Miami-Dade County Mayor Alex Penelas' predatory anti-Life and anti-Family agenda.

After eight (8) divisive and scandal-ridden years as mayor of Miami-Dade, Penelas' devastating legacy includes a budget deficit of $500 million, a discriminatory ordinance creating special legal protections based on alleged
sexual behavior, rampant county hall corruption, an increase in violent crime,
increased in Aids, and the denial of public funds to one of the most respected
youth organization in the world - the Boy Scouts of America.

Penelas' shameless betrayal of the public trust resulted in the stinging
defeat of his U.S. Senatorial campaign in the Statewide Democratic Primary of
August 31st, 2004. Nearly ninety-percent (90%) of Democrats voted for a candidate other than Penelas, state voting records show. Human rights organizations issued the following statement:

"Decent and fair-minded citizens and their families are much safer now that a bigoted and spineless politician who has discredited, embarrassed and dishonored our community, was resoundingly rejected at the polls and will no longer be a menace to our community."

April 29, 2005 11:05 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

But, but, but... HAHN's "accused" and "being investigated" for being "allegedly" "possibly" "maybe" MORE corrupt? Right?

(and ADV has the CCCCHutzpah to drag out that "glass houses" crap saying!)

TOO funny!

(Today's he's ALSO breaking ground on an ILLEGAL DOG PARKE!)

Too, TOO funny. ADV and his Keystone Kop CD14 field staffers standing in the mud and saying, we THINK this can start now (two years late). Now THANK and APPLAUD us for finally beginning the 2003 work load, 3 weeks before we try to leave office!

(Sorry, the Keystone Kops were LESS inept).

April 29, 2005 11:06 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I advise all of you to copy these posts, sometimes Mayor Sam deletes them...so it is best if you want to keep the information for further research, copy them down...

April 29, 2005 11:06 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Again Chief Parke Skelton, distract, Distract, DISTRACT!!!!

For months you couldn't give a shit about the recall, now it's the lead on your blog when Tony is sinking in shit. Be a man and take it - I believe that's what Tony's wife told him when she forced him to confess about his affair with Martha. What a man!

April 29, 2005 11:06 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

All along we've been saying, people don't know Tony. Parke, this is just the tip of the iceberg, we're not even at the Vignali deadline yet. Boy, those FBI tapes will just be the icing on the cake now. Don't you just love karma!

April 29, 2005 11:10 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Great job Steve Lopez. See how packaged resonse come back to burn you. Next time Parke, get a candidate who can think on his feet. Not even Ace was up to par on this one.

Next up, Jose Huizar and Richard Muruello.

Who says the press doesn't look at this blog - could have been your scoop Mayor Sam.

April 29, 2005 11:12 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Good advice, 11:06... the nice thing is, however, that all Hahn's "screwup" are alleged, while ADV's are PUBLIC RECORD!

(Aren't you glad you RUSHED out those campaign finance disclosure forms to BRAG about how far ahead of Mayor Jimmy you are?)

I'm GLAD -- now it'll be the "dirty Tony" disclosure of the day, every day, in some local paper through May 17!

Now who's left holding their "Jimmy"!

April 29, 2005 11:13 AM  

Blogger Chief Parker said:

I don't get it.

Doesn't anyone think the Song is Snappy?

I do.

I was hoping to get some music commentary on the blog today.

April 29, 2005 11:14 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

ADV's got a NEW dance now... its the "Tarnished Tony Tango"!


Hit the rewind, boys, and hope nobody got video of THAT!

April 29, 2005 11:15 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I prefer Tony's new theme song, Chief Parker... Folsom Prison Blues!

How's the reprise go, "Well I laundered cash in Miami, just to watch Hahn cry!

Now my career is in the shitter, and all my fans ask "why?"

At least ADV's used to the temperature up there in Central CA, with those tepid Sacramento Nights?

April 29, 2005 11:19 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Anon 11:10 AM

I also agree that the VIGNALI case is going to do further damage by exposing the REAL ADV. ADV hides behind a fake candidacy and his corruption will only get worse.

VIGNALI case implicates Villaraigosa, Clinton's & Hugh Rodham, Roger Clinton (Vignali client), and many other local politicians from Gloria Molina, Becerra. Kerry is just here to make sure this all better GO AWAY! He is going to try and distract the voters away from VIGNALI, he is doing his own damage control for the sake of the Clintons. ADV+VIGNALI local corrupt individuals and don't underestimate Richard Meruelo, that is an entire different mess all together.

What were LAUSD officials doing, asleep on the job, why couldn't they see this coming? Or are they in cahoots with ADV-Huizar, just look into Huizar...it's CORRUPTION.


April 29, 2005 11:29 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

My song commentary,

Exellent intro to song, my vote is for:

"Folsom Prison Blues!"

That would be awesome if a song like this was recorded and played outside LAVC for the ADV-Kerry event.

April 29, 2005 11:37 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:



April 30, 2005 7:31 AM  

Blogger Mayor Sam said:

That recall song is as dumb as Tony Villar's rap song he put out.

May 02, 2005 12:22 PM  

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