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#114 - I thought Asians loved white people  [+] (1 new reply) 23 hours ago on "actually happened" +1
User avatar #126 - fadetometallica (2 hours ago) [-]
Asian women do. Asian dads hate white guys being with their daughters. I think it's because, statistically speaking, I'm giving her a bigger dick than another Asian would. Also, it doesn't help that I don't speak Vietnamese.
#91 - Im mad this is true 12/18/2014 on Animal Behavior +6
#105 - Thank you so much for your time, I'll look into it 12/18/2014 on Random Warhammer 40k Comp 0
#172 - Good for you 12/18/2014 on Santa hates your kids 0
#22 - This speaks to me on an emotional level 12/18/2014 on I was just talking about... +26
#107 - No. Thats still SJW logic, some kid has a poor childhood so ta…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/18/2014 on Santa hates your kids 0
User avatar #128 - Sewallman (12/18/2014) [-]
"bateking"... uhm. not falling for it.
User avatar #172 - bateking (12/18/2014) [-]
Good for you
#101 - I could probably masturbate to this  [+] (2 new replies) 12/18/2014 on Random Warhammer 40k Comp 0
#104 - krasnogvardiech (12/18/2014) [-]
To answer your question, there have been many, many, many developments onto the series.

The original tabletop wargame is in its seventh edition, with all sorts of new functions and rules. The best addition is that of flying units, such as troopships and gunships and such things.

There have been quite a few videogames based around the setting, the latest and most noticeable of which being Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine. It's available on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, and thus far has been the single best depiction of the setting.
User avatar #105 - bateking (12/18/2014) [-]
Thank you so much for your time, I'll look into it
#99 - You know damn well the answer is yes. what type of game is it,…  [+] (6 new replies) 12/18/2014 on Random Warhammer 40k Comp 0
#100 - krasnogvardiech (12/18/2014) [-]
Pictured is the God-Emperor himself, at the height of the Horus Heresy.

This individual is all but the crux and the reason things still are the way they are, and haven't collapsed to shit yet. It is by faith in Him that humankind persevere to fight and die and work for him and the Imperium - the two are literally inseparable.
Games Workshop (the creator company) states that he arose sometime in 8000 BC, somewhere near modern-day Mongolia.

In the mists of the dark age of humankind, where daemons and darkness ruled the Immaterium and the void beyond, several hundred thousand psykers (individuals with comparably powerful souls capable of moving and manipulating the Immaterium) congregated to discuss what would be done about the Warp, and the daemons that kept on consuming the dead human souls. Each one of them being not only a skilled psyker able to reincarnate, were also generals, great leaders, artisans, savants, scientists, geniuses and the general very upper crust of humankind at the time. Thus, they committed ritual suicide as one, flooded the Immaterium (producing a light so blinding within the Warp that the infinite masses of daemons were unable to move, let alone act) and reincarnated as one singular, gargantuan and all-powerful soul. This is the being that was to be known as the Emperor.

The Emperor kept guiding and assisting humankind from the shadows for much of the time, through the Dark Age of Technology and then the Age of Strife which nearly destroyed humankind not once but twice.

His plan had been to raise both generals and armies via the Primarch Project - twenty genetically identical clones of himself, and the aforedescribed genetic surgery which can trasform one in a million human youths into superhuman killing machines. Unfortunately, the Chaos Gods interfered and scattered the Primarchs all throughout the galaxy whilst the Primarchs were still in infancy.

The Emperor then recouped his losses and launched the Great Crusade.

Continued.
#102 - krasnogvardiech (12/18/2014) [-]
The Great Crusade was something of an Age unto itself, where the Emperor captured, conquered, subjugated, integrated or flat-out annihilated countless worlds which formed the Imperium known today. It begun with the unification of Terra (Earth) and Mars, which formed the technical beginning of the Imperium.

Imperial expansion was slow after that point, for the Space Marine Legions (for back then they were indeed Legions, hundreds of thousands strong) were made as assault infantry, not occupational forces. That duty had been left to the newly-formed Imperial Army, which unlike the Legions, required vast numbers of Armymen which simply were not there. The conquest of the galaxy thus spread rather slowly, but picked up speed as more and more worlds conscripted more and more fighting men per annum.

All was going well, until the Emperor decided to head back to Holy Terra to attempt to crack the secrets of the Eldar Webway and render Warp Travel (yes, the only reliable method to travel at FTL thus far was to rip a hole in reality and enter a dimension where reality itself is a joke in bad taste) obsolete.

Then the Horus Heresy happened.

It began with various members of Lorgar's Word Bearer Legion being corrupted by Chaos. Ironically, the Word Bearers had been the most zealous Legion amongst them, their Primarch Lorgar even writing the Lexitio Divinatum, a text which venerated the Emperor as a deity. Ironically, Lorgar's religion actually rose from the banishment of the Chaos-worshipping old ways of their home world.

The Chaos-tainted chaplain Erebus eventually managed to corrupt Horus, the Warmaster left in charge of the mop-up of the Galaxy. The Arch-Traitor (as he became known) gathered exactly half the Space Marine Legions to his side (to say nothing of a full third of the Imperial Army, which by then was gargantuan) and set about besieging the Imperium they helped forge.

Continued. Pictured is Imperator and Son, before all's well that went to hell.
#103 - krasnogvardiech (12/18/2014) [-]
The Emperor himself made a near-fatal delay in ordering his armies to do anything whilst Horus wrecked the Imperium, primarily because he found it difficult to believe that Horus would do such a thing. Just before the situation turned absolutely inevitably for the defeat, the Emperor snapped out of it and ordered a full-scale holdout of the Sol system. It culminated in the Siege of Terra, which lasted for such a long time that the modern inhabitants of Terra are still terrified of Space Marines, for the unholy things the Traitor Legions had done.

The Siege culminated in an assault upon Horus's flagship, within which the Arch-Traitor had killed Sanguinius (the Primarch of the Blood Angels Legion) and mortally wounded the Emperor himself. At that moment a single Imperial Armyman by name of Ollanius Pius walked in and stood between the Emperor and the Arch-Traitor, to die fighting. He did so, and as Horus killed the Armyman (by comparison to the god-upon-earth that both the Emperor and the Arch-Heretic were comparable to at the time) the Emperor realized just how far his most successful son had fallen, and past that point had simply wiped the Arch-Traitor out of existence with pure psychic power, in both the Immaterium and the physical realm.

The God-Emperor, mortally wounded, was set upon the Golden Throne of Terra, which while originally was a portal to the Webway had been converted into a monumental life-sustaining machine.

From then onward the Imperium has gotten progressively darker and more brutal into a regime near indistinguishable from the Emperor's direct rule. More and more enemies had been cropping up, not the least of which are the Tyranids which had arrived from another galaxy.

In between the end of the Horus Heresy and what is set as the approximate modern day has been ten thousand years of insurrection, bloodshed, treason, dissidence with the occasional advancement or expansion/crusade.

Pictured is the Emperor upon the Throne. Continued again.
User avatar #101 - bateking (12/18/2014) [-]
I could probably masturbate to this
#104 - krasnogvardiech (12/18/2014) [-]
To answer your question, there have been many, many, many developments onto the series.

The original tabletop wargame is in its seventh edition, with all sorts of new functions and rules. The best addition is that of flying units, such as troopships and gunships and such things.

There have been quite a few videogames based around the setting, the latest and most noticeable of which being Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine. It's available on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, and thus far has been the single best depiction of the setting.
User avatar #105 - bateking (12/18/2014) [-]
Thank you so much for your time, I'll look into it
#97 - For the love of the Emperor yesss  [+] (8 new replies) 12/17/2014 on Random Warhammer 40k Comp 0
#98 - krasnogvardiech (12/18/2014) [-]
Alright.

In this setting, also, exists a parallel dimension to ours where thoughts, emotions, sensations and feelings have more of an impact than the forces of natural gravity. This dimension has many names; the Empyrean, the Great Ocean, the Warp is the most colloquialized one but the most accurate is the Immaterium - non-material. In this dimension reside beings of pure emotion. Due to the huge amount of bloodshed and conflict and war going on in the setting (caused by the deaths and wars of countless powerful psyker races earlier on, but that's another story) the vast majority of these creatures are malevolent and bloodthirsty in nature. To put it simply, in this setting there is a very real hell, with very real daemons (the correct spelling, par this setting) waiting to devour your very real soul.

Pictured are the Adepta Sororitas (commonly known as the Sisters of Battle) with smaller versions of the Astartes' weapons, though these are only .75-caliber as opposed to .998-caliber. Their armor, too, is smaller scale if more easily kept. They are the heavily armored women in the image.

Pictured and off-image are the Dark Eldar, the more violent/dark/cruel and twisted half of the eldarin race. Their technology is in some cases indistinguishable from sorcery, they can raise up the nonliving if they haven't been dead for more than two or three days, and they reside in a place inside a dimension where geometry and conventional space, as well as brutal rape and murder, is seen as 'quaint past-times'.

Would you like to know more?
#99 - bateking (12/18/2014) [-]
You know damn well the answer is yes. what type of game is it, is it out for ps3, where can I start to play it, edition 6?
#100 - krasnogvardiech (12/18/2014) [-]
Pictured is the God-Emperor himself, at the height of the Horus Heresy.

This individual is all but the crux and the reason things still are the way they are, and haven't collapsed to shit yet. It is by faith in Him that humankind persevere to fight and die and work for him and the Imperium - the two are literally inseparable.
Games Workshop (the creator company) states that he arose sometime in 8000 BC, somewhere near modern-day Mongolia.

In the mists of the dark age of humankind, where daemons and darkness ruled the Immaterium and the void beyond, several hundred thousand psykers (individuals with comparably powerful souls capable of moving and manipulating the Immaterium) congregated to discuss what would be done about the Warp, and the daemons that kept on consuming the dead human souls. Each one of them being not only a skilled psyker able to reincarnate, were also generals, great leaders, artisans, savants, scientists, geniuses and the general very upper crust of humankind at the time. Thus, they committed ritual suicide as one, flooded the Immaterium (producing a light so blinding within the Warp that the infinite masses of daemons were unable to move, let alone act) and reincarnated as one singular, gargantuan and all-powerful soul. This is the being that was to be known as the Emperor.

The Emperor kept guiding and assisting humankind from the shadows for much of the time, through the Dark Age of Technology and then the Age of Strife which nearly destroyed humankind not once but twice.

His plan had been to raise both generals and armies via the Primarch Project - twenty genetically identical clones of himself, and the aforedescribed genetic surgery which can trasform one in a million human youths into superhuman killing machines. Unfortunately, the Chaos Gods interfered and scattered the Primarchs all throughout the galaxy whilst the Primarchs were still in infancy.

The Emperor then recouped his losses and launched the Great Crusade.

Continued.
#102 - krasnogvardiech (12/18/2014) [-]
The Great Crusade was something of an Age unto itself, where the Emperor captured, conquered, subjugated, integrated or flat-out annihilated countless worlds which formed the Imperium known today. It begun with the unification of Terra (Earth) and Mars, which formed the technical beginning of the Imperium.

Imperial expansion was slow after that point, for the Space Marine Legions (for back then they were indeed Legions, hundreds of thousands strong) were made as assault infantry, not occupational forces. That duty had been left to the newly-formed Imperial Army, which unlike the Legions, required vast numbers of Armymen which simply were not there. The conquest of the galaxy thus spread rather slowly, but picked up speed as more and more worlds conscripted more and more fighting men per annum.

All was going well, until the Emperor decided to head back to Holy Terra to attempt to crack the secrets of the Eldar Webway and render Warp Travel (yes, the only reliable method to travel at FTL thus far was to rip a hole in reality and enter a dimension where reality itself is a joke in bad taste) obsolete.

Then the Horus Heresy happened.

It began with various members of Lorgar's Word Bearer Legion being corrupted by Chaos. Ironically, the Word Bearers had been the most zealous Legion amongst them, their Primarch Lorgar even writing the Lexitio Divinatum, a text which venerated the Emperor as a deity. Ironically, Lorgar's religion actually rose from the banishment of the Chaos-worshipping old ways of their home world.

The Chaos-tainted chaplain Erebus eventually managed to corrupt Horus, the Warmaster left in charge of the mop-up of the Galaxy. The Arch-Traitor (as he became known) gathered exactly half the Space Marine Legions to his side (to say nothing of a full third of the Imperial Army, which by then was gargantuan) and set about besieging the Imperium they helped forge.

Continued. Pictured is Imperator and Son, before all's well that went to hell.
#103 - krasnogvardiech (12/18/2014) [-]
The Emperor himself made a near-fatal delay in ordering his armies to do anything whilst Horus wrecked the Imperium, primarily because he found it difficult to believe that Horus would do such a thing. Just before the situation turned absolutely inevitably for the defeat, the Emperor snapped out of it and ordered a full-scale holdout of the Sol system. It culminated in the Siege of Terra, which lasted for such a long time that the modern inhabitants of Terra are still terrified of Space Marines, for the unholy things the Traitor Legions had done.

The Siege culminated in an assault upon Horus's flagship, within which the Arch-Traitor had killed Sanguinius (the Primarch of the Blood Angels Legion) and mortally wounded the Emperor himself. At that moment a single Imperial Armyman by name of Ollanius Pius walked in and stood between the Emperor and the Arch-Traitor, to die fighting. He did so, and as Horus killed the Armyman (by comparison to the god-upon-earth that both the Emperor and the Arch-Heretic were comparable to at the time) the Emperor realized just how far his most successful son had fallen, and past that point had simply wiped the Arch-Traitor out of existence with pure psychic power, in both the Immaterium and the physical realm.

The God-Emperor, mortally wounded, was set upon the Golden Throne of Terra, which while originally was a portal to the Webway had been converted into a monumental life-sustaining machine.

From then onward the Imperium has gotten progressively darker and more brutal into a regime near indistinguishable from the Emperor's direct rule. More and more enemies had been cropping up, not the least of which are the Tyranids which had arrived from another galaxy.

In between the end of the Horus Heresy and what is set as the approximate modern day has been ten thousand years of insurrection, bloodshed, treason, dissidence with the occasional advancement or expansion/crusade.

Pictured is the Emperor upon the Throne. Continued again.
User avatar #101 - bateking (12/18/2014) [-]
I could probably masturbate to this
#104 - krasnogvardiech (12/18/2014) [-]
To answer your question, there have been many, many, many developments onto the series.

The original tabletop wargame is in its seventh edition, with all sorts of new functions and rules. The best addition is that of flying units, such as troopships and gunships and such things.

There have been quite a few videogames based around the setting, the latest and most noticeable of which being Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine. It's available on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, and thus far has been the single best depiction of the setting.
User avatar #105 - bateking (12/18/2014) [-]
Thank you so much for your time, I'll look into it
#95 - everything, it seems pretty badass, also do you have any of th…  [+] (10 new replies) 12/17/2014 on Random Warhammer 40k Comp 0
#96 - krasnogvardiech (12/17/2014) [-]
They're just pictures in general. I'll give you a basic rundown, because I need to sleep and get up for work in the morning.

The Warhammer 40,000 setting, all in all, is possibly the most grim and dark setting ever conceived. The very motto and tagline of the official game (which is a tabletop wargame currently in its seventh edition) is "In the Grim Darkness of the Far Future, there is only War. "

The vast majority of humankind is arrayed in the gargantuan Imperium of Man, which spans several hundred thousand planets all throughout the galaxy. It is constantly under siege by generally every single threat the galaxy can throw at it, from uncaring alien life which is in a either-you-or-me free-for-all, to extradimensional incarnations of bloodshed and purgation which longs for naught more than to destroy all life. There are many, many more such threats, and it's only because of the Imperium's vast resources, cohesive and consistent successful tactics and inexhaustible faith in the God-Emperor of Mankind (and a fair degree of plot armour) that it has managed to survive.

Pictured are the Adeptus Astartes of the Ultramarines chapter (the ones in blue) fighting off a bunch of greenskins, or Orks (in red). A brief sum-up is that they are a group of bad-ass warrior monks undergone genetic surgery to render them beyond human, equipped in armour which can reliably shrug off modern day .50-caliber gunfire, and equipped with fully automatic armor-piercing high explosive gyrojet auto-hand cannons. Oh, and swords with energy fields which allow them to cut through theoretically everything in existence.
On the other side (the red ones) are a bunch of psychosensitive ambulatory barbarian-esque fungi which exude a reality-warping field that makes anything red go faster. This is not an exaggeration. Blue is also the luckiest colour, and yellow is the explodiest and the shootiest. Other such effects apply, as this is also known as the WAAAGH! field.

Would you like to know more?
User avatar #97 - bateking (12/17/2014) [-]
For the love of the Emperor yesss
#98 - krasnogvardiech (12/18/2014) [-]
Alright.

In this setting, also, exists a parallel dimension to ours where thoughts, emotions, sensations and feelings have more of an impact than the forces of natural gravity. This dimension has many names; the Empyrean, the Great Ocean, the Warp is the most colloquialized one but the most accurate is the Immaterium - non-material. In this dimension reside beings of pure emotion. Due to the huge amount of bloodshed and conflict and war going on in the setting (caused by the deaths and wars of countless powerful psyker races earlier on, but that's another story) the vast majority of these creatures are malevolent and bloodthirsty in nature. To put it simply, in this setting there is a very real hell, with very real daemons (the correct spelling, par this setting) waiting to devour your very real soul.

Pictured are the Adepta Sororitas (commonly known as the Sisters of Battle) with smaller versions of the Astartes' weapons, though these are only .75-caliber as opposed to .998-caliber. Their armor, too, is smaller scale if more easily kept. They are the heavily armored women in the image.

Pictured and off-image are the Dark Eldar, the more violent/dark/cruel and twisted half of the eldarin race. Their technology is in some cases indistinguishable from sorcery, they can raise up the nonliving if they haven't been dead for more than two or three days, and they reside in a place inside a dimension where geometry and conventional space, as well as brutal rape and murder, is seen as 'quaint past-times'.

Would you like to know more?
#99 - bateking (12/18/2014) [-]
You know damn well the answer is yes. what type of game is it, is it out for ps3, where can I start to play it, edition 6?
#100 - krasnogvardiech (12/18/2014) [-]
Pictured is the God-Emperor himself, at the height of the Horus Heresy.

This individual is all but the crux and the reason things still are the way they are, and haven't collapsed to shit yet. It is by faith in Him that humankind persevere to fight and die and work for him and the Imperium - the two are literally inseparable.
Games Workshop (the creator company) states that he arose sometime in 8000 BC, somewhere near modern-day Mongolia.

In the mists of the dark age of humankind, where daemons and darkness ruled the Immaterium and the void beyond, several hundred thousand psykers (individuals with comparably powerful souls capable of moving and manipulating the Immaterium) congregated to discuss what would be done about the Warp, and the daemons that kept on consuming the dead human souls. Each one of them being not only a skilled psyker able to reincarnate, were also generals, great leaders, artisans, savants, scientists, geniuses and the general very upper crust of humankind at the time. Thus, they committed ritual suicide as one, flooded the Immaterium (producing a light so blinding within the Warp that the infinite masses of daemons were unable to move, let alone act) and reincarnated as one singular, gargantuan and all-powerful soul. This is the being that was to be known as the Emperor.

The Emperor kept guiding and assisting humankind from the shadows for much of the time, through the Dark Age of Technology and then the Age of Strife which nearly destroyed humankind not once but twice.

His plan had been to raise both generals and armies via the Primarch Project - twenty genetically identical clones of himself, and the aforedescribed genetic surgery which can trasform one in a million human youths into superhuman killing machines. Unfortunately, the Chaos Gods interfered and scattered the Primarchs all throughout the galaxy whilst the Primarchs were still in infancy.

The Emperor then recouped his losses and launched the Great Crusade.

Continued.
#102 - krasnogvardiech (12/18/2014) [-]
The Great Crusade was something of an Age unto itself, where the Emperor captured, conquered, subjugated, integrated or flat-out annihilated countless worlds which formed the Imperium known today. It begun with the unification of Terra (Earth) and Mars, which formed the technical beginning of the Imperium.

Imperial expansion was slow after that point, for the Space Marine Legions (for back then they were indeed Legions, hundreds of thousands strong) were made as assault infantry, not occupational forces. That duty had been left to the newly-formed Imperial Army, which unlike the Legions, required vast numbers of Armymen which simply were not there. The conquest of the galaxy thus spread rather slowly, but picked up speed as more and more worlds conscripted more and more fighting men per annum.

All was going well, until the Emperor decided to head back to Holy Terra to attempt to crack the secrets of the Eldar Webway and render Warp Travel (yes, the only reliable method to travel at FTL thus far was to rip a hole in reality and enter a dimension where reality itself is a joke in bad taste) obsolete.

Then the Horus Heresy happened.

It began with various members of Lorgar's Word Bearer Legion being corrupted by Chaos. Ironically, the Word Bearers had been the most zealous Legion amongst them, their Primarch Lorgar even writing the Lexitio Divinatum, a text which venerated the Emperor as a deity. Ironically, Lorgar's religion actually rose from the banishment of the Chaos-worshipping old ways of their home world.

The Chaos-tainted chaplain Erebus eventually managed to corrupt Horus, the Warmaster left in charge of the mop-up of the Galaxy. The Arch-Traitor (as he became known) gathered exactly half the Space Marine Legions to his side (to say nothing of a full third of the Imperial Army, which by then was gargantuan) and set about besieging the Imperium they helped forge.

Continued. Pictured is Imperator and Son, before all's well that went to hell.
#103 - krasnogvardiech (12/18/2014) [-]
The Emperor himself made a near-fatal delay in ordering his armies to do anything whilst Horus wrecked the Imperium, primarily because he found it difficult to believe that Horus would do such a thing. Just before the situation turned absolutely inevitably for the defeat, the Emperor snapped out of it and ordered a full-scale holdout of the Sol system. It culminated in the Siege of Terra, which lasted for such a long time that the modern inhabitants of Terra are still terrified of Space Marines, for the unholy things the Traitor Legions had done.

The Siege culminated in an assault upon Horus's flagship, within which the Arch-Traitor had killed Sanguinius (the Primarch of the Blood Angels Legion) and mortally wounded the Emperor himself. At that moment a single Imperial Armyman by name of Ollanius Pius walked in and stood between the Emperor and the Arch-Traitor, to die fighting. He did so, and as Horus killed the Armyman (by comparison to the god-upon-earth that both the Emperor and the Arch-Heretic were comparable to at the time) the Emperor realized just how far his most successful son had fallen, and past that point had simply wiped the Arch-Traitor out of existence with pure psychic power, in both the Immaterium and the physical realm.

The God-Emperor, mortally wounded, was set upon the Golden Throne of Terra, which while originally was a portal to the Webway had been converted into a monumental life-sustaining machine.

From then onward the Imperium has gotten progressively darker and more brutal into a regime near indistinguishable from the Emperor's direct rule. More and more enemies had been cropping up, not the least of which are the Tyranids which had arrived from another galaxy.

In between the end of the Horus Heresy and what is set as the approximate modern day has been ten thousand years of insurrection, bloodshed, treason, dissidence with the occasional advancement or expansion/crusade.

Pictured is the Emperor upon the Throne. Continued again.
User avatar #101 - bateking (12/18/2014) [-]
I could probably masturbate to this
#104 - krasnogvardiech (12/18/2014) [-]
To answer your question, there have been many, many, many developments onto the series.

The original tabletop wargame is in its seventh edition, with all sorts of new functions and rules. The best addition is that of flying units, such as troopships and gunships and such things.

There have been quite a few videogames based around the setting, the latest and most noticeable of which being Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine. It's available on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, and thus far has been the single best depiction of the setting.
User avatar #105 - bateking (12/18/2014) [-]
Thank you so much for your time, I'll look into it

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I don't, they make us regular black folk look bad, but you come off as a racist asshole, go **** yourself
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You don't know this Adalia kid, none of you hypocritical assholes trying to defend her do.
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-You don't if she is even ******* happy
Bottom line: you don't **** about her and just because you feel pity for her and out of moral obligation or just trying to be contrary, you call her beautiful.
NONE of you can sit here on your high horses calling the people who find this funny "assholes" or "heartless" when you know all of you have called someone who is overweight ugly or someone less attractive ugly, Oh? But this bitch who looks like an alien fetus is beautiful?
Get the **** outta here...
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