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Clicks of the Day: Thursday, March 29, 2012 Edition!

Welcome to Thursday, March 29, 2012’s Clicks of the Day!


  • Twitchell ditches appeal of first-degree murder conviction
  • “Mark Twitchell has abandoned his attempt to appeal his first-degree murder conviction, bringing finality to the lurid, bizarre Edmonton case that made international headlines. From his prison cell in Saskatchewan, Twitchell filed a notice of abandonment of his appeal in February, according to Alberta Justice. Twitchell, 32, will now have to serve his entire life sentence for the murder of 38-year-old Johnny Altinger in October 2008.”


  • Budget highlights: Old age security, packing in the penny
  • Including “job cuts: 19,200 federal positions to be eliminated, or 4.8 per cent of the federal workforce” – “CBC to lose 10 per cent of annual funding” – “$50 million over two years to provide job skills training for young people” and more.

    Yay? Nay?

  • Penny to disappear from coinage system, minting to end by fall: budget
  • “The humble one-cent piece is set to disappear from Canadian pockets, a victim of inflation. Thursday’s federal budget said the Royal Canadian Mint will strike the last of the little coins this fall… Pennies will still be legal tender, but as they slowly vanish from circulation, prices will have to be rounded up or down.”

    Bye bye penny! Along with such phrases as ‘penny-pincher,’ ‘penny for your thoughts,’ and ‘here’s my two cents…’ :)

  • Election too interesting to ignore
  • “No matter where you are on the political spectrum, no matter how your party is doing in the public opinion polls, there is one number in the recent Leger Marketing poll that is cause for optimism. When asked “how likely are you to vote in the upcoming provincial election,” 60 per cent of Albertans said “extremely likely.” Another 24 per cent said “very likely.” Add them together and you get 84 per cent of Albertans saying they’ll likely vote. For the first time in decades, we have a race. Actually, we have races. In past Alberta elections, the outcome was so skewed to the Conservatives that journalists would struggle to find a dozen ridings to watch, a dozen ridings where the race was in doubt. This time the majority of ridings look like they’re up for grabs. We’re struggling to find a dozen where the Conservatives are safe.”

    Very, very exciting.

  • Restaurant chain’s ‘albino rhino’ ale discriminatory, pair claim
  • “References to albinos on restaurant menus are offensive and a violation of human rights. So says Peter Ash and Ikponwosa Ero, who both have albinism. They have filed a complaint with the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal to be heard later this year. The complaint seeks to have Earls Restaurants remove albino rhino beer and albino chicken wings from their menus and advertisements. ‘People aren’t allowed to order Alzheimer’s appetizers, multiple sclerosis martinis and cerebral palsy cocktails, so why should they be able to order albino chicken wings?’ said Ash on Tuesday.”

    I cannot believe this.

  • Disturbing murder texts flood cells
  • “”I’ve done it. I need help to bury a body.” Such disturbing text messages warning of a murder have surfaced on cellphones across eastern Ontario but police say they’re a hoax. Ontario Provincial Police are sounding the alarm about the suspicious cellphone texts after more than a dozen morbid messages led concerned recipients to call police.”

    Really disturbing. Dang hoaxers… scammers…


  • Surveillance video shows US shooter Zimmerman in handcuffs; appears uninjured
  • “Zimmerman told police that he shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin on Feb. 26 after Martin attacked him. His attorney has said Zimmerman’s nose was broken in the fight and the back of his head was gashed. A lawyer for Martin’s family says the video clearly shows that Zimmerman’s nose wasn’t broken and he had no noticeable blood on his head and face.”



  • U.S. autism rates reach new height, says Centre for Disease Control
  • “About one in 88 children in the United States has autism or a related disorder, the highest estimate to date and one that is sure to revive a national argument over how the condition is diagnosed and treated. The estimate released on Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention represents an overall increase of 25 per cent since the last analysis in 2006 and a near-doubling of the reported rate in 2002. Among boys, the rate of autism spectrum disorders is one in 54, almost five times that of girls, in whom the rate is one in 252.”


  • Dangerous online culture glorifies eating disorders
  • “Images of bony hipbones, concave stomachs, and quotes like “Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels” are popping up on social networks. The images are part of a new Internet phenomenon – “Thinspiration” – that young women with eating disorders are using to support their unhealthy lifestyles.”

    Blegh!!! Why…

  • Bilingualism helps fight off dementia: Research
  • “Bilingualism helps protect the aging brain and may even postpone signs of dementia, a new review of recent studies indicates. The paper by Canadian researchers, published Thursday, suggests that bilingual people have higher cognitive reserves as they get older. Higher cognitive reserve is associated with a lower risk of Alzheimer’s and other memory-destroying dementias.”

    Cool! I would like to perfect my Vietnamese. Maybe add Spanish to the list as well.

  • Beauty is in the eye of the beer-holder, scientists confirm
  • “French scientists say they have confirmed the folklore that a glass in your hand will make you feel sexier, smarter and funnier, even when others privately think you are a turkey… ‘Our study shows that the mere fact of believing that you have drunk alcohol makes you feel more attractive… The alcohol dose has no effect in itself.'”


    Technology/Social Media

  • PlayStation 4 is Code-Named ‘Orbis,’ May Restrict Second-Hand Games
  • “The next-generation PlayStation console will display resolutions up to 4096-by-2160 and show 3D games in 1080p, but it may render second-hand games useless, according to an online report. Games would only be accessible for the purported new console, codenamed Orbis, on brand new discs or as downloads from the PlayStation Network. New discs would require online authentication via PSN and then be locked to the account of a single user, according to Kotaku.”

    Sounds restrictive. lol.

  • Turn your tweets into toilet paper with the new startup, Shitter
  • “What if you could take all those tweets you blast out during the day and ruminate on them in a place where your mind is free to wander and relax. Introducing Shitter, a new startup that, for just $35, will turn your tweet stream into four rolls of toilet paper. The homepage tagline reads, “Social media has never been so disposable.””

    Oh so weird…


  • Best Buy to close 50 big box stores, cut 400 corporate jobs
  • “Electronics retailer Best Buy has announced that it will close 50 big box retailers, cut 400 jobs in the corporate and support area and open 100 mobile locations by fiscal year 2013. The company plans to save $800 million by 2015.”

    That’s sad.

  • Jim Balsillie retires from Research In Motion
  • “Jim Balsillie, the brash, hockey-loving executive who helped build Research in Motion (TSX:RIM) into a global force with the BlackBerry smartphones, is retiring from the struggling technology company as its new CEO considers options that could include putting RIM up for sale — although that’s not the priority. The announcement, symbolic of the changes afoot at RIM, came along with a financial report that fell short of analysts’ already low expectations on Thursday.”

    Ouch. But sure feels like the changes they’ve been working towards hasn’t really resulted in any improvements to the company, lol.

  • Newspaper readership holds steady
  • “Canadian newspaper publishers scrambling to get their news online face a stark reality – more than half of their readers still rely on printing presses and newsprint for their daily news hit. A study by the Newspaper Audience Databank examined stats from 62 Canadian weekly and daily newspapers and found that 58 per cent of readers only read print and that print readership has held steady over the last several years.”

    Pft who said print was dying??

  • ‘Relaxation rooms’ debuting at U.S. airports, rent by the hour
  • “Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) is the latest to embrace “relaxation rooms.” These so-called relaxation rooms are like mini-hotel rooms, rentable by the hour. The rooms are about the size of a small office and include bedding, television, Internet access and desks. All the makings of a temporary stay, at a price of $30 for the first hour, $7.50 per additional quarter hour, and $120 for an overnight stay. A bathroom is not included as customers will have to use airport facilities.”

    Where there are people with money, there will be such things to spend money on frivolously.


  • Fires in Indonesia could wipe out 200 orangutans by year’s end
  • “Hundreds of critically endangered orangutans in western Indonesia could be wiped out by the year’s end if palm oil companies keep setting land-clearing fires in their peat swamp forests, conservationists warned Thursday. ‘They are just barely hanging on’ … ‘We are currently watching a global tragedy.'”

    This is disgusting. Yet another example of how mankind is destroying this planet.

  • Don’t mess with Japanese honeybees
  • “Don’t mess with Japanese honeybees. Not only do they cooperate to attack their enemies, researchers now say their brains may actually be processing and responding to the threat. When confronted with their arch-enemy, the aggressive giant Asian hornet, the honeybees will attack it by swarming en masse around the hornet and forming what scientists call a “hot defensive bee ball” – a move unique to their species. With up to 500 bees all vibrating their flight muscles at once, the bee ball cooks the hornet to death.”


  • Fossils foot bones hint at mystery walker
  • “Scientists have obtained a fascinating new insight into the evolution of humans and our ability to walk. It comes from the fossilised bones of a foot that were discovered in Ethiopia and dated to be 3.4 million years old… It is a significant discovery because it demonstrates there was more than one pre-human species living in East Africa between three and four million years ago, each with its own method of moving around.”



  • New York City Bans References To Dinosaurs, Birthdays, Halloween, Dancing In Standardized Tests
  • “In an effort to eliminate potential “unpleasant emotions” among students, the New York Department of Education has placed a ban on mentions of “birthdays,” “dinosaurs,” “Halloween,” and “dancing,” in city-issued tests, the New York Post reports. According to the paper, the mandate is meant to curb fear that references to those topics might stir controversy among students. The department is also banning mentions of “divorce” and “disease,” in case students have loved ones who are separated or suffering from an illness. “Slavery” is also flagged and “terrorism” is considered too scary.”

    This is unbelievably ridiculous.


  • 98 Degrees Reuniting: Boy Band Reunites After 10 Years For Summer Tour
  • “Boy band 98 Degrees is reuniting for a summer after 10 years, RumorFix reports. 98 Degrees — Nick Lachey, Drew Lachey, Jeff Timmons and Justin Jeffre — is supposedly set to go on a 15-city tour this summer between July and August. Rumors of the boy band reuniting began after their website was updated for the first time in nearly a decade.”

    First S Club 7, now 98 Degrees! Ah teenage memories!

    Weird News, Other News & Fluff

  • [Video]: Barack Obama singing Sexy and I Know It
  • “A remix of President Obama’s speeches, presentations and media events set to LMFAO’s ‘Sexy and I Know It.'”

    This is hilarious and amazing. Kudos to the editor. Even just the act of downloading and going through and organizing all of those files merits applause, lol.

  • Dine just like the passengers of the doomed Titanic for $12,000
  • “Want to get a taste of what it felt like being on the Titanic, sans the part where it sunk into the ocean? A restaurant in Houston is offering what it calls the Titanic Experience: a 10-course meal comprised of similar dishes served to the ill-fated ship’s first class passengers the night they met their demise… the Titanic Experience comes with the sky-high price tag of $12,000.”

    Wow. This appeals to me in no way, lol.

  • Bacon Coffin is for People Who Love Bacon to Death
  • “Attention, bacon lovers! The world’s first bacon-wrapped casket is now available. J&D’s Bacon Coffin™ is For those who love bacon to death. Now, you can peacefully rest wrapped in bacon… Bacon Coffins are available starting today, Thursday March 29th for $2,999.95 + S&H.”

    Lol. Another example of something silly you can purchase if you’ve got loads of monies.

  • Unusual male fashion accessory flying off store shelves
  • “Toronto’s fashion industry is bracing itself for a new trend in men’s accessories – man heels.”


  • Create a cuter, foldable, more portable You with
  • “The idea is to create a little cardboard figure of yourself. You can customise it on the Foldable.Me website and it can then be sent anywhere in the world on your behalf. The tiny effigies stand 8cm high and are fun gift to send to friends with minimal fuss. Scissors and glue are not required for assembly and they’re not too tricky to make up.”

    Super cute. I want to create a! :D

Thor and (or) Loki Photo of the Day:

They’re starting to look like one another, lol.

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Clicks of the Day: March 16, 17, 18 2012 Weekend Edition!

Welcome to the three-day roundup …

Weekend Edition (March 16, 17, 18) of Clicks of the Day!

(I only do one Clicks of the Day post for the weekends so that I can actually have a weekend, lol. And amount of content will fluctuate depending on how much of a weekend I actually have!)

  • Authorities express extreme disapproval at St. Patrick’s day mob in London, Ont.
  • “Disgust and extreme disapproval were running high in London, Ont., Sunday after an intoxicated crowd of St. Patrick’s Day revellers spent the previous night fuelling a huge street fire and attacking authorities who tried to intervene. While no one was seriously injured as a mob of some 1,000 people took over a residential area popular with students, police said every officer responding to the situation was attacked during an upheaval that could have turned into something far worse.”

    Ridiculous. I will never understand rioting partygoers.

  • Air Canada accuses pilots of calling in sick to disrupt operations
  • “Facing a raft of delays and cancellations on the busy March-break weekend, Air Canada is seeking federal intervention and accusing the pilots’ union of encouraging members to flout back-to-work legislation. ‘While Air Canada supports the right of its employees to book off when they are unwell or otherwise unfit to work, we cannot condone such activities as part of industrial action to disrupt our operations and we have asked the [Canada Industrial Relations Board] to intervene. Customers should be reassured that the vast majority of Air Canada employees are hard at work to get them safely to their destination.‬'”

    Lol. Yeesh. They really don’t want to work. Meanwhile…

  • Aveos Fleet Performance Inc shuts down plants, lays off 2,400 workers: union
  • “The union representing aircraft machinists says Aveos Fleet Performance Inc., a company that provides aircraft maintenance to Air Canada, has shut down its plants in three cities, laying off more than 2,400 workers.”

    That’s a lot of jobs…

  • Canadians brace for a bad news budget: poll
  • “Many Canadians are expecting hard choices in the budget, but most don’t trust that Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the Conservatives will make the right ones, according to an exclusive Ipsos Reid poll released on Friday.”

    Sorry state of our government finances.

  • Albertans ‘smug’ and ‘condescending,’ says poll of Toronto and Vancouver residents
  • “The city that likes to consider itself the Centre of the Universe now thinks that Calgary and Edmonton are the ones getting too big for their britches… ‘In Toronto, we found clear evidence of frustration that Alberta was becoming a stronger pillar and a more central agent in terms of Canada’s economy, eclipsing Ontario in some respects,’ said a report on the Harris Decima poll, released in 2009 but unpublicized until now… It found 40 per cent of non-Albertan respondents felt Albertans didn’t care much about the rest of Canada. More than a quarter described Albertans as greedy and another quarter found them arrogant.”

    Interesting results.

  • Environmental crunch worse than thought: OECD 2050 report
  • “Pressures on Earth’s ecosystem are now so great that future generations could be doomed to falling living standards, the OECD said on Thursday in a report looking to the mid-century. ‘The prospects are more alarming than the situation described in the previous edition,’ it said, speaking of ‘irreversible changes that could endanger two centuries of rising living standards.'”

    I apologize to my descendants for the sad lives they’ll be left to live on this dying planet. (Lol. I am so dramatic).

  • Climate ‘tech fixes’ urged for Arctic methane
  • “An eminent UK engineer is suggesting building cloud-whitening towers in the Faroe Islands as a “technical fix” for warming across the Arctic. Scientists told UK MPs this week that the possibility of a major methane release triggered by melting Arctic ice constitutes a “planetary emergency”. The Arctic could be sea-ice free each September within a few years.”

    Gotta do something…

  • Cellphone use during pregnancy linked to hyperactivity
  • “Cellphone radiation that fetuses are exposed to in the womb may be responsible for rising rates of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and other behavioural problems in children, according to a new study.”

    Ah so cellphone radiation won’t kill us, just alter our children’s personalities, lol. Would this make you reconsider the amount of cell phone use you’re involved in when you’re pregnant?

  • Common antibiotic linked to asthma: UBC research
  • “A widely used antibiotic can increase the risk and severity of asthma, according to groundbreaking Canadian research that could help explain why millions of children now need to use puffers.”

    Bad antibiotics!

  • Super-Rich Americans Now Have Emergency Rooms In Own Homes
  • “Some wealthy households are choosing to forgo health insurance in favor of paying a monthly fee — totaling up to $30,000 per year — for concierge medicine, or the ability to have access to their physicians anywhere, anytime, Bloomberg News reports. Some families even have emergency rooms in their own homes, which can cost $1 million.”

    Blegh. Rich people…

  • Invisible Children boss Jason Russell arrested for masturbating in public: report
  • “San Diego police have confirmed they detained a 33-year-old white man on Thursday after getting reports at 11:30 a.m. he was running naked in the street, blocking traffic, screaming incoherently and performing a sex act in public. The man detained is reported to be Jason Russell, the 33-year-old filmmaker behind the controversial Kony 2012 viral video, and the co-founder of the charity Invisible Children.”

    Wow how this exploded on Twitter (#kony2012 turned into #bony2012). So bizarre.

  • Bell snaps up Astral Media for $3.38-billion
  • “BCE Inc. is pushing the envelope once more in what now plainly looks to be the telecom giant’s ambitious plan to become the epicentre of Canadian television content around which all others in the domestic marketplace orbit. BCE agreed Friday to acquire outright Astral Media Inc. in the latest in a string of deals that will make the country’s biggest telecommunications provider, through its new Bell Media division, the biggest holder of television properties in the country by far.”

    The joys of having the majority of our news and media being distributed by one company.

  • Bell-Astral deal should be stopped in its tracks
  • “If this deal goes through, we will have lost yet another independent and our position as having one of the most concentrated set of TMI industries amongst the developed capitalist economies will be yet further cemented.”

    Just bad news bears all around.

  • What We Talk About When We Talk About “Curation”
  • “[It’s] a drive to find the interesting, meaningful, and relevant amidst the vast maze of overabundant information, creating a framework for what matters in the world and why — is an increasingly valuable form of creative and intellectual labor, a form of authorship that warrants thought.”

    I’m curating right here with my Clicks of the Day! When it comes down to it, what I talk about it when I say curation, is gathering and delivering news, links, tidbits, photos, videos, etc., that I find interesting or “cool” and that I think others would be interested in as well.

  • Pay the TSA $100 and bypass airport security
  • “Most of us accept the inconvenience in the name of safer travel, but it looks as though even the TSA has realized none of us enjoy the experience. Their solution is not to speed things up or reduce the checks, though. Instead, the TSA will gladly accept a one-off payment of $100 from you to bypass security checks almost completely. The program is called Precheck, and will allow an individual to just walk through a metal detector before boarding a plane.”

    The rich really do get all the luxuries.

  • Pinterest addresses copyright concerns
  • “In a statement, the company said that it believes that it is protected under the safe harbor of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and that it is committed to quickly responding to alleged copyright issues… Much of the debate over Pinterest and copyright stems from a blog post by photographer and lawyer Kirsten Kowalski, who said that she removed some of her pinboards because she was concerned about what may happen in the event that someone sues a Pinterest user for copyright infringement. She later wrote to say that Pinterest chief executive Ben Silbermann had called her to get her input on how to rework the site’s terms and conditions. ‘All in all, it was a great conversation and he assured me that some changes are on the way in the very near future,’ Kowalski wrote.”

    Great to see a response because I was really backing off from Pinterest because of all the copyright concerns.

  • How Iceland Is Rebuilding Its Economy With Social Media
  • “Its 2011 “Inspired by Iceland” campaign encouraged citizens to take travelers on tours throughout the country. Even the president participated, inviting tourists into his home for pancakes with whipped cream and rhubarb jam… Overall, the Internet has played a big role in modern day Iceland…. The country has been embracing the Internet to boost tourism, and it seems to be working.”

    Really interesting! Also really makes me want to go Iceland!

  • West Edmonton Mall Apple Store to expand by over 4,000 square feet
  • “For those living in Edmonton, your Apple Store at the West Edmonton Mall has just had their expansion plans approved, which will increase retail space by 4,230 square feet, with construction to begin soon, according to ifoAppleStore. Total square footage will reach 6,930, and expansion will move directly into the adjacent retail space, formerly occupied by the Disney Store, which previously rumoured to make way for the move.”

    Crazy because that store is already so big.

  • Scientists develop the un-printer – vaporises ink from paper
  • “A team of scientists at the University of Cambridge have determined that as long as you are using the right type of laser, it is possible to remove toner from paper… They go on to explain that they have expanded on that method and found that ‘with the right laser, it is possible to remove toner from paper to enable its reuse.'”

    No more tree killings perhaps??

  • Want A New Bike? Check One Out From The Library
  • “Ever want to try that new electric bicycle zipping around town, a folding bike, or maybe that rugged looking cargo bike? At London’s Bicycle Library, the librarians are actually bike experts and the books are bicycles, and they invite any patron to come in and check out their bikes. It works as if you were checking out a book (although a deposit is required), and you get the experience of a traditional library (there are actual books and magazines on the art of cycling), along with a test track to see how you like the ride you’ve chose.”

    What a neat idea.

  • Theatres embrace tweet seats
  • “One of the last refuges from smartphones is now embracing the technology of instant communication… theatres, ballet companies and opera houses have been quietly opening their doors to tweeters and texters. It even arrived on Broadway Feb. 19, when a production of Godspell held a special performance with ‘tweet seats.’ For now, these tweeters need to be kept at the back of the theatre because of the light problem: the glow from a phone can be even more irritating than hearing it ring. But Haynes believes that technology will solve this problem and make it possible to put phone users anywhere in the house.”

    Definitely evolving in the world of theatre. Fort Saskatchewan’s Shell Theatre is really embracing it. I still feel the glow makes for a very awkward situation.

  • Ribbit! Frog species found in New York City has a croak of its own
  • “While it’s fairly common to find new species of animals in the remote wildness or in rain forests, to discover one in marshes and ponds within an urban area such as New York is nothing short of amazing, according to Leslie Rissler, program director with the National Science Foundation. ‘The species is completely distinct,’ said Rissler, part of the team of scientists that found the species. ‘It has a very small range and it was quite a surprise to find a new species in New York City.'”

    Cool :)

  • World’s tallest man finally stops growing, US doctors say
  • “Good news for Turkey’s Sultan Kosen, at eight foot three (2.51 meters) the world’s tallest living man: he can now say with confidence that he’s finally grown up. Nearly two years after gamma ray radiosurgery at the University of Virgina, doctors confirmed that Kosen, 29, has overcome acromegaly, a rare hormonal disorder that caused him to keep growing well into adulthood.”

    Yikes. Can you imagine if he just kept growing and growing and growing? I picture him peeking out above the clouds…

  • The man who used Google Earth to find his long-lost family
  • “An Indian man separated from his family for 25 years has defied the odds by tracking them down — using little more than a vague recollection of his childhood and some help from Google Earth’s mapping technology.”

    Great story.

  • World’s first flying car on the market at £800,000 (and it’s been in the air since 1946)
  • “If waiting in traffic jams leaves you ready to explode, the solution is finally here. Drivers can switch from the road to the air in minutes at the wheel of the world’s first flying car – which is on the market at a sky-high price of £800,000. The two-seat automobile can reach speeds of 60mph on land and up to 110mph at 12,000 feet, despite being more than 60 years old.”

    It’s not really as slick looking as I’d have hoped a flying car to be, lol.

  • 20 Hilarious ‘Hunger Games’ Memes Taking Over the Web
  • Lol these definitely made me laugh out loud!! Hahaha.

  • [Video]: Every Itchy & Scratchy episode from The Simpsons
  • 48 minutes long!! Too long for my video A.D.D. but still worth linking for the world.

  • A street cat named Bob
  • “Street musician James Bowen busks with cat Bob in Covent Garden in London March 13, 2012. Bowen has written a book named “A Street Cat Named Bob” about the experiences of the then homeless pair and how they met.”

    SUCH a cute story!! And wow, Bob is so stylish with his scarf. Watch some video of them here. So, so cute.

  • [Video]: Dog gets rejected by kittens, heart broken, but then gets his heart un-broken
  • These two videos are beyond adorable! <3

  • [Video]: St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Kitten
  • Lol!! I look like such an idiot while watching these fluffy cat videos! So cute.

  • [Photo]: Tom And Jerry IRL of the Day
  • “An actual game of cat and mouse unfolded in a garden in Reigate, Surrey, when an audacious rodent took on his kitty captor for a full ten minutes before managing to escape. According to witnesses, the wood mouse was brought into the garden by the cat, who had most likely expected an easy meal. But the critter soon went all Mighty Mouse, pummelling the cat with a succession of effective blows before escaping.”

    Wow!! This is awesome. Great photo.

Thor Photo of the Day:

Trip to the vet! Apparently Thor is overweight… but I think she’s beautiful!

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