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The Free State Of PIG has come to the conclusion that no one and no so-called protected minorities have a monopoly on hurt feelings and a list of grievances eager to voice their disgruntled issues at the expense of others.

Safe Spaces? #Black Lives Matter Rioters? Basement Boys living off of Mommy’s dime that have all the answers? Gender Bending Perverts and Prima Donnas wanting access to opposite sex restrooms and showers in the name of “Special Rights?”

Anyone’s inalienable rights are already guaranteed in the U.S. Constitution, so what’s the problem? Problem is, is that their petty issues hurt our feelings.

What? We can’t utilize our First Amendment rights of free speech and dissent to display others' acts of idiocy and infantatilism?

This page is dedicated to those of the delicate, uninformed nature, aka, Cupcakes, wussies, pussies and those of the follow the herd and drink too much Kool-Aid swill with manufactured outrage.

Let’s take a stroll down Reality Street. Too real for some, but very PIGish and entertaining for those of the rational persuasion

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Scottish NYU Student Describes the Shock of Seeing the 'Stifling of Free Speech' on Campus
Mary Chastain

"…the university experience in America is now not one that will adequately prepare students for real life…"

Madeleine Kearns from Glasgow, Scotland, decided to study journalism at NYU. She received a shock when she arrived on campus and found the "stifling of free speech" and different pronouns a person can be called.

She detailed her experience in The Spectator:

As a child in Glasgow, I learned that sticks and stones might break my bones but words didn't really hurt. I'm now at New York University studying journalism, where a different mantra seems to apply. Words, it turns out, might cause life-ruining emotional trauma.

During my 'Welcome Week', for example, I was presented with a choice of badges indicating my preferred gender pronouns: 'he', 'she', 'they' or 'ze'?

The student in front of me, an Australian, found this hilarious: 'Last time I checked, I was a girl.' Her joke was met with stony silence. Later I realised why: expressing bewilderment at the obsession with pronouns might count as a 'micro-aggression'. Next stop, 'transphobia'.

It was soon obvious to my fellow students that I was not quite with the programme. In a class discussion early in my first semester, I made the mistake of mentioning that I believed in objective standards in art. Some art is great, some isn't, I said; not all artists are equally talented. This was deemed an undemocratic opinion and I was given a nickname: the cultural fascist. I've tried to take it affectionately.

After a year on campus, on a course entitled 'Cultural Reporting and Criticism', I still feel unable to speak freely, let alone critically. Although it doesn't apply to my own course, friends have told me about 'trigger warnings' that caution they are about to be exposed to certain ideas; the threat of micro-aggressions (i.e. unintended insults) makes frank discourse impossible. Then there is the infamous 'safe space' — a massage-circle, Play-Doh-making haven — where students are protected from offence (and, therefore, intellectual challenge).

Madeleine had to find small cues from her classmates to determine if they were free thinkers like her:

I was thrilled to see a scribbled note — 'This is utter shit' — on someone's copy of one of the reading requirements, Maggie Nelson's The Argonauts (an introduction to queer theory). In this way, I found the members of my secret non-conformist book club.

They managed to make their own "unsafe space" where they could freely speak and share ideas without any fear of being shot down.

Then Madeleine explained that she spent Thanksgiving with a friend….whose father is Rick Santorum! She was so excited to hear Santorum's insight into Trump as president and she wanted to share her experience. But then she received this email:

But before I had mustered the courage to share my experience, I received the following email from a professor: 'Dear all, hope you are all recovering well from any encounters with Trump-supporting relatives over Thanksgiving. I should be all right myself in a day or so.' Naturally, when this professor asked me, 'How was your first Thanksgiving?' I chose to speak exclusively about marshmallow yams.

Here are her final thoughts

This is daft, certainly. Even funny, in a macabre way. But it also raises a serious point: the university experience in America is now not one that will adequately prepare students for real life. In real-life democracy, people disagree — and normally they don't die or suffer emotional injury because of it. In normal life, there's no reason not to like someone with whom you disagree politically. On campus, opinions are often ontology: you are what you think. But this is dangerous logic: if I hate what you think, I must hate what you are.

At the end of the year I hosted a party in my grungy sixth-floor apartment in Washington Heights, where my classmates finally came face-to-face with some real-life conservatives. I had naively hoped people wouldn't talk about politics. But my hopes were soon dashed. A friend's boyfriend came wearing a Reagan and Bush T-shirt. When confronted about his choice of outfit, he shrugged confusedly: 'It's laundry day.' Another friend, an African-American conservative, who was wearing a US military cap, was furiously berated from across the room by a liberal of colour, 'How can you be a conservative and black?'

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[heatst.com] 'Adulting School' Opens for Special Snowflake Millennials
In case you haven't had enough of social justice warriors and their endless litany of struggles, there's now an official school of adulting, tailor-made for them. Purported to be the solution to a lost generation's inability to function, the Adulting School aims to help those drifting in their 20s and 30s to start "adulting like a boss."

It's a natural — albeit comically ineffectual — next step in the trend to cater to society's inept. For years, BuzzFeed and their ilk have been publishing article after article about adulthood; colleges have been wasting students' time as well as tuition with ball pits and other absurd methods of coddling, to help create safe spaces for twentysomethings; and #Adulting is used in advertising copy with regularity.

But when exactly did being an adult become an actual hardship? Probably around the same time that every Halloween costume became a cultural appropriation or every video game with combat became a murder simulator.

It became a problem when people wanted another issue to have to complete their transformation into special snowflakes. Nowadays being an adult is simply too hard because every twenty and thirtysomething with social justice on the brain wants a problem to excuse their average, mundane existence and existential crisis.

The best part? According to NYMag, it's about more than just adulting. It's to help combat "the looming threat of Trump." What a spin. They go on to explain further: "If you're in the position of feeling like a stable adult […] you have the capacity to start to get involved with something beyond yourself." If that doesn't make you want to spend your parent's hard-earned cash, I don't know what will. With a course list that includes lessons on how to show up on time and how to pay your credit card bills, political activism is clearly the next step these soon-to-be adults will practice. Once again, modern journalism proves itself to be very logical and completely unbiased!

At the end of the day, though, anything is better than begging on Patreon for donations — even if it's just attending a school to learn about how to get a job. Maybe Brianna Wu and Zoe Quinn could start a GoFundMe to attend.

Better yet, they could become instructors teaching how to be a professional victim for a side income.

But seriously: If getting groceries, doing taxes, or even getting a job is too hard, you can now pay a group of people to talk to you about it and help you through this tremendous struggle. That's the world we've made and now have to live with.

Instead of being a rite of passage, growing up is now problematic. What a time to be alive.

What a time to be an adult.

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U. Virginia students, profs tell school president to stop quoting Thomas Jefferson - The College Fix

Hundreds of students and faculty at the University of Virginia have signed a letter asking University President Teresa Sullivan to cease quoting Thomas Jefferson in her communications to the campus community.

The Cavalier Daily reports Sullivan used some words from our third president in a post-election email, noting "Thomas Jefferson wrote to a friend that University of Virginia students 'are not of ordinary significance only: they are exactly the persons who are to succeed to the government of our country, and to rule its future enmities, its friendships and fortunes.'

"I encourage today's U.Va. students to embrace that responsibility."
But … Jefferson owned slaves, you see, as this is an important consideration to many faculty. They penned a response to Sullivan, which was signed by over 450 other staff and students.

From the article:

"We would like for our administration to understand that although some members of this community may have come to this university because of Thomas Jefferson's legacy, others of us came here in spite of it," the letter read. "For many of us, the inclusion of Jefferson quotations in these e-mails undermines the message of unity, equality and civility that you are attempting to convey." …

"The intention of the email was to start a conversation with our administration regarding ways to be more inclusive," [Asst. Psychology Prof. Noelle] Hurd said in an email statement. "In the current climate, we must seize every opportunity to communicate that this university welcomes individuals from all backgrounds."

MORE: Students supporting Jefferson statue accused of 'defending slave owners'

Politics Prof. Lawrie Balfour said she believes everyone who signed the letter, including herself, was grateful that Sullivan responded to anxiety following the election — however, many felt it was the wrong moment to turn to Jefferson, following incidents of identity-related hate speech. …
Hurd said she believes the University should consider ways to better express inclusion.

"I drafted the e-mail because when Jefferson was referenced in emails related to the election, it communicated to me a message of exclusion," Hurd said.

Hurd added that Jefferson is "often celebrated for his accomplishments" without affirmation of the horrors he committed against "hundreds of" others.

Considering Jefferson founded the University of Virginia, one wonders how the letter's signatories can even stand to walk the very grounds of the campus.

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[Campus Reform]
National walkout seeks 'sanctuary' for illegal immigrant students
Students at more than one hundred schools plan to participate in a nationwide walkout Wednesday to demand that college administrators offer "sanctuary" for illegal immigrants.

The protest effort is an explicit reaction to Donald Trump's election victory, and is scheduled to take place just one day after a similar mass walkout objecting to Trump on a more general basis.

Students at more than one hundred schools plan to participate in a nationwide walkout Wednesday to demand that college administrators offer "sanctuary" for illegal immigrants.

The move, a direct response to Donald Trump's election to the presidency, comes on the heels of a widespread effort to petition administrators into making their schools into "sanctuary campuses" where illegal immigrant students, and their families, would be afforded immunity from any immigration enforcement agencies.

"We are calling on all students to...commit to putting our bodies between Trump and undocumented students." Tweet This

Campus Reform initially reported that several petitions, particularly ones published by students at Ivy League institutions, employed strikingly similar language.

An even larger effort is afoot, however, organized by a protest organization known as the "Cosecha Movement," which has been urging students to lobby for "sanctuary campuses," and is even explicitly named as an inspiration in some petitions.

In fact, a document obtained by Campus Reform reveals that Cosecha has provided students with a sample draft with guidelines on writing a petition and which demands to include, citing things such as denying "ICE physical access to all land owned or controlled by the college," and prohibiting campus security from "enforcing immigration laws."

The draft of demands also advises student protesters to demand that their administration cease using the E-Verify program, which the government offers as a way for employers to check whether their employees are legally allowed to work in the United States.

The list of demands drafted by the Cosecha Movement concludes by suggesting that protesters command school administrators to prohibit "housing discrimination based on immigration status."

To supplement the petitions, the Cosecha Movement has organized a nationwide walkout, schedule for Wednesday at 3:00 p.m., with students at more than 120 schools pledging their participation as this article went to press.

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[L.I.] Barnard Students Console Themselves Over Election With Coloring Books

The coloring books were apparently "feminist" coloring books but at this point, what difference does it make?

Campus Reform reports:

Barnard students mourn Hillary loss with 'feminist coloring pages'
Barnard College students shaken over the loss of Hillary Clinton will be treated to a "space to destress in light of the tumultuous election season" Wednesday.

The event, titled "Cocoa + Coloring with RBG," will be sponsored by the Barnard student government in conjunction with the American Association of University Women, and will feature hot chocolate, snacks, and "feminist coloring pages" for students to unwind with, according to the Facebook event page.

The feminist coloring pages will include feminist icons including Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Rosie the Riveter, and Hillary Clinton.

Coloring books are not new to Barnard College; the room that the event will be held in, the "Social Justice Lounge" is advertised to students as a place chock full with them.

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[L.I. ]U. Miami Students Get Milk And Cookies to Help Deal With Trump Victory

It's amazing how higher education turned into kindergarten following the election. It's so embarrassing to see this happening in so many places.

The Miami Hurricane reports:

Students ask themselves 'what now?' after Election 2016

Students, faculty, religious leaders and organizers of Get Out The Vote (GOTV) gathered two nights after the shocking presidential election to ask "what now?" Attendees sat in silence drinking milk and eating cookies awaiting what moderator Ralph Paz, secretary of GOTV, had to say. Those in attendance appeared to be primarily Hillary Clinton supporters seeking solace in each other's experiences and emotions.

"This event is not about who you voted for and why. This is to come together and discuss our diverse experiences of the 2016 election," Paz explained.

Students were reluctant to speak out at first, but as the event went on, more and more attendees raised their hands. Students snapped, clapped and sighed in agreement as they heard from others who shared their concerns.

Of the 50 people in the room, almost all of the students raised their hands to say they were first-time voters.

A student wearing a shirt that said, "A woman's place is in the House and the Senate," said he felt empowered after voting for the first time. He felt that his voice was being heard.

'His Majesty': Student Single-Handedly Defeats An Army Of
Gender Neutral Activists

By Todd Starnes

When future generations read about the "Great Gender Pronoun Wars" of the early twenty-first century, they will most certainly learn of Grant Strobl – a noble and mighty king.

"His Majesty" is an unlikely title for a 21-year-old political science major from Grosse Pointe, Michigan.

"It was definitely activism by accident," he told me.

In less than 24-hours, the brave conservative single-handedly defeated an army of gender neutral activists at the University of Michigan.

Think David versus a gender confused Goliath.

The University of Michigan recently announced a new initiative to allow students to select their preferred gender pronouns through an online service.

It was designed as a way to help professors tell the difference between the guys and the gals and the zi's and the zir's.

"Asking about and correctly using someone's designated pronoun is one of the most basic ways to show your respect for their identity and to cultivate an environment that respects all gender identities," wrote Provost Martha Pollack in an email to students and faculty.

It's all part of the university's effort to foster an "environment of inclusiveness."

The university actually created a "pronoun committee" to ensure that faculty members "play a vital role in ensuring all of our community feels valued, respected and included."

It was in that spirit of inclusivity that Grant, a Fox News Campus Associate, decided to have a bit of fun.

He logged into the university's computer system, clicked on the "Gender Identity Tab" and promptly declared his new designated pronoun.

"You could put anything you wanted into the system," Grant told me. "So I did."

And so it was in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Sixteen that Grant Strobl came to be known as "His Majesty" – Noble Ruler of the Wolverines.

Yes, good readers – Grant Strobl changed his designated pronoun to "His Majesty."

"'His Majesty' is not a pronoun, but neither is zir or zi," His Majesty told me.

"None of them are recognized in the English language. Everything is completely arbitrary now. You can identify as anything you want."

Want to be a shrubbery? What about a sloth? Well, you can be anything you want to be at the University of Michigan.

"I thought it was definitely fitting to point out how absurd this new policy is by choosing 'His Majesty,'" His Majesty said. "It's a recognized honorific and it is definitely absurd for anybody to be called 'His Majesty' in America."

His Majesty, who is also the founding chairman of the Young Americans for Freedom chapter at the University of Michigan, has already generated a bit of outrage.

"Plenty of students have been saying that I'm not supportive of LGBT rights or LGBT students on campus," he said. "They say I'm disrespectful."

But His Majesty said that's just not true. He doesn't even expect his subjects to bow or curtsy.

"As a Christian, I believe that all lives are valuable," he told me. "I love all people. And I have no problem with people choosing a designated pronoun."

But the university's young ruler is concerned that professors might be punished if they refuse to identify a student by their preferred gender pronoun.

"Once we go down that road, it's very dangerous for our society and our democracy," he said.

Quite frankly, I'm taken aback by the lack of tolerance from the university's LGBT community. If His Majesty wants to identify himself as royalty – who are they to object?

"If they want me to be tolerant of their pronouns, they have to be tolerant to my new title," His Majesty said. "Many of the students on campus who call for diversity – they only want diversity for ideas they agree with."

I hope His Majesty King Grant has a long and prosperous reign at the University of Michigan. Let's pray he can fight off the invading horde of leftwing intolerants.


Mike Rosen

[DP] How far will this nonsense go before a line is drawn in the sand and sanity intervenes to reintroduce freedom of thought to higher education? It's nothing new that a relatively small segment of callow, idealistic youngsters — inevitably "progressive" — take their turn at activism as college students.

There is no venue today more politically correct and sanctimoniously liberal than higher education, replete with academic departments "studying" and glorifying every conceivable ethnicity, race and gender. Nonetheless, the current generation of student activists is overcome by some imaginary insensitivity that surrounds them. With self-righteous indignation inflamed by hyper-narcissism they demand a college campus be "a warm, caring, welcoming, safe place." An ideological sanctuary from ideas and expressions that might hurt their tender feelings, invulnerable to even the most infinitesimal "microaggression."

Really? According to what authority and since when is this a university's raison d'être? Ironically, on their pathway to utopia these delicate snowflakes are hypocritically shameless in their bullying and intolerance of other students and faculty who dare to disagree. This is mostly a power trip, instigated and egged on by leftist faculty, that has incredibly been indulged by weak-kneed administrators. In heaven's name, why? Where did these fragile souls get such an absurd sense of subjective entitlement? Their cause isn't just and legitimate; it's contrived or paranoid.

This is reminiscent of Mao's Red Guards in Communist China brutally stifling dissent. It's the last thing higher education ought to be about. These students don't represent the majority of the student body or alumni. How was this allowed to happen? They have no leverage to acquire this power. What would they do if their demands weren't met? Occupy the dean's office? That's so 1960s. If they do, throw them out! Might they quit school? Good riddance!

There have been a few administrators with good sense and backbone. The late John Silber, former president of Boston University, had this response to student protesters who put up shacks on campus property in the 1970s:

Then they put up the shacks. I told the police, "Go ask them three questions: Do you have a title to the property? (They built them on our property, not theirs.) Do you have a building permit? We have to have building permits. Have you got a clearance with the historical commission, because this is a historical district? If the answer is no to those three questions, then you tell them, 'We'll give you about 15 minutes to remove your shanty. And if you don't, you'll be arrested.' " I said, "Now, none of them are going to remove their shanty, so you're going to have to arrest them. But I want you to be very gentle, and I want you to take them to the paddy wagon singing, 'It's just a shanty in old shanty town.' " Because one point I want to get across to these students is, I do not take them seriously. This is not some very deeply felt, high moral cause on their part; this is showboating of a very insincere kind by most of these students, and I want them to understand that I see through their pretensions.

More recently, Oklahoma Wesleyan University president Dr. Everett Piper delivered a blunt message to a student who complained that he was "victimized" by a sermon that made him feel guilty: "Oklahoma Wesleyan is not a 'safe place,' but rather, a place to learn: to learn that life isn't about you, but about others; that the bad feeling you have while listening to a sermon is called guilt; that the way to address it is to repent of everything that's wrong with you rather than blame others for everything that's wrong with them. This is a place where you will quickly learn to grow up. This is not day care. This is a university!"

That should be an inspiration to pusillanimous college administrators everywhere. A counter-revolution is long overdue.

Mike Rosen is a KOA News Radio personality



[CI] We must not disturb the delicate minds of our college students.

The College Fix reports.

U. Wisconsin-Stout to remove pics of Native Americans due to potential 'harmful effects' on students

The chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Stout has announced that "two of three historic paintings depicting interactions between white traders and First Nations people" will be taken down from the school's Harvey Hall due to their "potentially 'harmful effect' on students and other viewers."

That's right, a so-called college diversity group has struck again.

UW-Stout's Diversity Leadership Team (DLT) came across the paintings this summer and became concerned that their depictions of Natives would "reinforce racial stereotypes."

The group met with Chancellor Bob Meyer to discuss their misgivings, and Meyer ended up agreeing with them.

As reports the National Coalition Against Censorship, Meyer announced "Because of the risk of 'having a harmful effect on our students and other viewers,' the paintings will not appear in the new Harvey Hall and will be placed into storage."

The paintings must be placed in a "controlled gallery space," Meyer continued, which will provide "context" for viewers.

From the article:

Timothy Shiell, an English and Philosophy professor at the University, who contacted NCAC about the incident, expressed frustration over the decision. The Chancellor did not consult the rest of the university faculty, groups or student body prior to the making of the decision, Prof. Shiell explained.

He noted the precedent the decision sets when similar complaints are leveled at the university in the future. "Shrouding or moving the painting does not educate anyone or stimulate any learning or dialogue," Prof. Shiell said in a statement. "American history and representations of that history can be ugly and offensive. But hiding them doesn't change the past or the future."

A U.S. History Professor at UW-Stout agrees with Chancellor Meyer's decision, however. Prof Kate Thomas argues the paintings stand in the way of the university's goal of creating an environment inclusive of diverse populations, including Native Americans.



Conservatives at UC Irvine to Hand Out Pacifiers at Safe Space Training

This is the sort of thing right leaning students should be doing an all college campuses. Give the left the mockery they deserve.

The Daily Caller reports.

UC-Irvine Conservatives To Hand Out Pacifiers At Campus 'Safe Zone Training'

Controversy has followed commentator Milo Yiannopoulos on his "Most Dangerous Faggot" tour, and his Thursday appearance at the University of California, Irvine is proving to be no exception.

UC-Irvine College Republicans are planning to distribute 100 infant pacifiers at a school-sanctioned "safe zone training" event taking place just hours before the Yiannopoulos event, UC-Irvine College Republicans said in a press release.

The Gerber Baby pacifiers will include an attached label with the caption, "I survived! Milo tour 2016."

UC-Irvine Republican Club president, Ariana Rowlands told the Orange County Register she fears for her fellow students who seem "dominated" by political correctness and often only hear the left's side of the story.

Controversy has followed commentator Milo Yiannopoulos on his "Most Dangerous Faggot" tour, and his Thursday appearance at the University of California, Irvine is proving to be no exception.

UC-Irvine College Republicans are planning to distribute 100 infant pacifiers at a school-sanctioned "safe zone training" event taking place just hours before the Yiannopoulos event, UC-Irvine College Republicans said in a press release.

The Gerber Baby pacifiers will include an attached label with the caption, "I survived! Milo tour 2016."

UC-Irvine Republican Club president, Ariana Rowlands told the Orange County Register she fears for her fellow students who seem "dominated" by political correctness and often only hear the left's side of the story.



WESTWOOD, OH (WCMH) — Someone could end up facing jail time for an apparent senior prank at a Cincinnati area high school.

Police say someone posted a photo letter on Facebook that appears to be from the Cincinnati Public School district, WXIX-TV reports. The letter calls for mandatory inspections of student's private parts.

Warning: The text from the letter below might be offensive to some readers.

The Cincinnati Public School District is required by law to conduct mandatory penis and vaginal inspections on all students, faculty and staff at Gilbert. A. Dater High School in accordance to the City of Cincinnati health codes. This year's penis and vaginal inspection will take place Friday, May 20, 2016 at 8:20 AM. All circumcised males should report to Ms. Field's room, all uncircumcised males to report to Ms. Christmon's room, and all females report to Ms. Blair's room. There will be only one make-up date on Monday, May 23rd."

The school district says it doesn't know who posted the bogus letter, but it will take disciplinary action once those culprits are found.

"These kids could technically be prosecuted," WXIX-TV Legal Analyst Mike Allen said. "Forgery states that if you forge writing that appears to be genuine it's a felony to the fifth degree."


[Mbatt] Middle-Aged Paul Wolscht Identifies as a 6-Year-Old Girl

If Bruce Jenner is a woman, Elizabeth Warren and Ward Churchill are Indians, Rachel Dolezal and Shaun King are black, and Jeb! Bush is Hispanic, then Paul Wolscht is not only female, he is 6 years old:

In an interview with the gay news site The Daily Xtra, Stefonknee (formerly Paul) Wolscht details his struggles with being a male-to-female transgender person.

The Daily Xtra video, however, glosses over a tiny bit of important information about Wolscht: he thinks he is actually a six year-old girl—not just a woman, but a six year-old girl—stuck in the body of a 50-something man.

At age 46, Wolscht deserted his wife and his seven children to live his "true" life.

Wolscht is all set up in the depraved, self-indulgent fantasy he has devoted his existence to wallowing in.

He explains, "Well, I have a mummy and a daddy. [An] adopted mummy and daddy who are totally comfortable with me being a little girl. And their children, and their grandchildren, are totally supportive. In fact, her youngest granddaughter… When I was eight. A year ago, I was eight, and she was seven. And she said to me, 'I want you to be the little sister, so I'll be nine.' I said, 'Well, I don't mind going to six.' So I've been six ever since."

The government retroactively alters weirdos' birth certificates to help foster their delusion that they can be a different gender than what they actually are. It is only right that Wolscht be issued a new driver's license indicating that he was born in 2009. Next year they will have to issue another one, since then he will have been born in 2010.

Insanity is the new national pastime.


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