Rhinebeck Reality https://rhinebeckreality.org The Student News Site of Rhinebeck High School Fri, 28 Feb 2020 19:56:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.3.2 Bulletin 3.2.20 https://rhinebeckreality.org/3676/daily-bulletins/bulletin-3-2-20/ https://rhinebeckreality.org/3676/daily-bulletins/bulletin-3-2-20/#respond Fri, 28 Feb 2020 19:56:28 +0000 https://rhinebeckreality.org/?p=3676  

Rhinebeck High School Daily Bulletin

 

Today is Monday, March 2 and it’s a B day.  

 

BUY your YEARBOOK Now!

March 1 is the deadline for the Yearbook Club to place our final Quantity order. Buy your yearbook before March 1 to ensure you get one. Yearbooks will only be available on a first come, first served basis after March 1 so DON’T WAIT! Go to Jostens.com to place an order.

 

Need advice? Earl grey is waiting for your questions. Put any problems in our box in the cafeteria or comment on a Tea Time on our website.

 

Charity Spelling Bee:  The Literacy Connections of the Hudson Valley is hosting its annual spelling bee at Marist on March 24th.  If you’d like to participate, grab a partner and sign up with Ms. Wheeler in Room 105. Sponsored by the Creative Writing Club.

 

Think your family is weird? Think again!

They’re Creepy and They’re Kooky….and They’re Coming to RHS!

Tickets are now on sale for Rhinebeck High School’s Musical production of The Addams Family!

Performances will take place on Friday, March 27th (7:30 p.m.), Saturday, March 28th (7:30 p.m.), and Sunday, March 29th, (2:00 p.m.) in the Joseph L. Phelan Auditorium: https://search.seatyourself.biz/webstore/accounts/rhinebeckcsd/buy-tix?d=0

 

If you are applying to be a Culture Connect Madagascar Ambassador, please bring your completed application to the Greeter’s Desk.

 

Community Service:  

The Rhinebeck Chamber Music Society is seeking volunteers to help out at their spring concerts! Volunteers will serve as ushers, help with refreshments and help clean up. The first concert is on Sunday, March 15 from 1:30 – 5:30. Check the community service calendar to sign up!

 

Here’s an easy way to fulfill your community service requirement … volunteer to be a camp counselor for the Town of Clinton’s Summer Camp!  Now is the time to apply. See the community service calendar on the RHS website (look in July and August) for more information and to access the application form. 

 

Check the community service calendar for more information! 

 

HAppy birthday to Leonard Romeo and Matt Suter!

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Bulletin 2.28.20 https://rhinebeckreality.org/3674/daily-bulletins/bulletin-2-28-20/ https://rhinebeckreality.org/3674/daily-bulletins/bulletin-2-28-20/#respond Fri, 28 Feb 2020 14:56:21 +0000 https://rhinebeckreality.org/?p=3674 Rhinebeck High School Daily Bulletin

 

Today is Friday, February 28 and it’s an A day.  

 

BUY your YEARBOOK Now!

March 1 is the deadline for the Yearbook Club to place our final Quantity order. Buy your yearbook before March 1 to ensure you get one. Yearbooks will only be available on a first come, first served basis after March 1 so DON’T WAIT! Go to Jostens.com to place an order.

 

Need advice? Earl grey is waiting for your questions. Put any problems in our box in the cafeteria or comment on a Tea Time on our website.

 

Charity Spelling Bee:  The Literacy Connections of the Hudson Valley is hosting its annual spelling bee at Marist on March 24th.  If you’d like to participate, grab a partner and sign up with Ms. Wheeler in Room 105. Sponsored by the Creative Writing Club.

 

Think your family is weird? Think again!

They’re Creepy and They’re Kooky….and They’re Coming to RHS!

Tickets are now on sale for Rhinebeck High School’s Musical production of The Addams Family!

Performances will take place on Friday, March 27th (7:30 p.m.), Saturday, March 28th (7:30 p.m.), and Sunday, March 29th, (2:00 p.m.) in the Joseph L. Phelan Auditorium: https://search.seatyourself.biz/webstore/accounts/rhinebeckcsd/buy-tix?d=0

 

If you are applying to be a Culture Connect Madagascar Ambassador, please bring your completed application to the Greeter’s Desk.

 

Community Service:  

The Rhinebeck Chamber Music Society is seeking volunteers to help out at their spring concerts! Volunteers will serve as ushers, help with refreshments and help clean up. The first concert is on Sunday, March 15 from 1:30 – 5:30. Check the community service calendar to sign up!

 

Here’s an easy way to fulfill your community service requirement … volunteer to be a camp counselor for the Town of Clinton’s Summer Camp!  Now is the time to apply. See the community service calendar on the RHS website (look in July and August) for more information and to access the application form. 

 

Check the community service calendar for more information! 

 

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Bulletin 2.27.20 https://rhinebeckreality.org/3669/daily-bulletins/bulletin-2-27-20/ https://rhinebeckreality.org/3669/daily-bulletins/bulletin-2-27-20/#respond Thu, 27 Feb 2020 14:33:59 +0000 https://rhinebeckreality.org/?p=3669 Rhinebeck High School Daily Bulletin

 

Today is Thursday, February 27 and it’s a D day.  

 

BUY your YEARBOOK Now!

March 1 is the deadline for the Yearbook Club to place our final Quantity order. Buy your yearbook before March 1 to ensure you get one. Yearbooks will only be available on a first come, first served basis after March 1 so DON’T WAIT! Go to Jostens.com to place an order.

 

Need advice? Earl grey is waiting for your questions. Put any problems in our box in the cafeteria or comment on a Tea Time on our website.

 

Charity Spelling Bee:  The Literacy Connections of the Hudson Valley is hosting its annual spelling bee at Marist on March 24th.  If you’d like to participate, grab a partner and sign up with Ms. Wheeler in Room 105. Sponsored by the Creative Writing Club.

 

Think your family is weird? Think again!

They’re Creepy and They’re Kooky….and They’re Coming to RHS!

Tickets are now on sale for Rhinebeck High School’s Musical production of The Addams Family!

Performances will take place on Friday, March 27th (7:30 p.m.), Saturday, March 28th (7:30 p.m.), and Sunday, March 29th, (2:00 p.m.) in the Joseph L. Phelan Auditorium: https://search.seatyourself.biz/webstore/accounts/rhinebeckcsd/buy-tix?d=0

 

If you are applying to be a Culture Connect Madagascar Ambassador, please bring your completed application to the Greeter’s Desk.

 

Community Service:  

Earn community service hours and help at the CLS ice cream social! The event will take place in the evening on Thursday, February 27. The PTSO is looking for around 10 volunteers to help. More information is coming soon – check the community service calendar.  See Ms. Dannemann in room 201 or email Rachel Decker at rekced2642@aol.com to sign up!

 

The Rhinebeck Chamber Music Society is seeking volunteers to help out at their spring concerts! Volunteers will serve as ushers, help with refreshments and help clean up. The first concert is on Sunday, March 15 from 1:30 – 5:30. Check the community service calendar to sign up!

 

Here’s an easy way to fulfill your community service requirement … volunteer to be a camp counselor for the Town of Clinton’s Summer Camp!  Now is the time to apply. See the community service calendar on the RHS website (look in July and August) for more information and to access the application form. 

 

Check the community service calendar for more information!

 

Happy birthday to Grace McMichael!

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Bulletin 2.26.20 https://rhinebeckreality.org/3667/daily-bulletins/bulletin-2-26-20/ https://rhinebeckreality.org/3667/daily-bulletins/bulletin-2-26-20/#respond Wed, 26 Feb 2020 12:46:58 +0000 https://rhinebeckreality.org/?p=3667  

Rhinebeck High School Daily Bulletin

 

Today is Wednesday, February 26 and it’s a C day.  

 

BUY your YEARBOOK Now!

March 1 is the deadline for the Yearbook Club to place our final Quantity order. Buy your yearbook before March 1 to ensure you get one. Yearbooks will only be available on a first come, first served basis after March 1 so DON’T WAIT! Go to Jostens.com to place an order.

 

Need advice? Earl grey is waiting for your questions. Put any problems in our box in the cafeteria or comment on a Tea Time on our website.

 

Creative Writing Club will not meet today, but will resume next Monday!

 

Charity Spelling Bee:  The Literacy Connections of the Hudson Valley is hosting its annual spelling bee at Marist on March 24th.  If you’d like to participate, grab a partner and sign up with Ms. Wheeler in Room 105. Sponsored by the Creative Writing Club.

 

Think your family is weird? Think again!

They’re Creepy and They’re Kooky….and They’re Coming to RHS!

Tickets are now on sale for Rhinebeck High School’s Musical production of The Addams Family!

Performances will take place on Friday, March 27th (7:30 p.m.), Saturday, March 28th (7:30 p.m.), and Sunday, March 29th, (2:00 p.m.) in the Joseph L. Phelan Auditorium: https://search.seatyourself.biz/webstore/accounts/rhinebeckcsd/buy-tix?d=0

 

Varsity Track and Field:  If you are interested in competing in Varsity Track and Field, there will be a meeting Wednesday, February 26th.  The meeting will be in room 141 afterschool.  If you are interested and cannot attend the meeting, please see Mr. Randall or Mr. Sneed.

 

If you are applying to be a Culture Connect Madagascar Ambassador, please bring your completed application to the Greeter’s Desk.

 

Are you attending Grace Smith House’s Love Shouldn’t Hurt Conference? Then please return the permission slips to Mr. Welch and Ms. Grande as soon as possible. Make sure to do it in person so they can sign off one one part. Thanks!

 

The Dutchess County BOCES CTI field trip will be taken on February 26th, 2020 in the AM. Permission slips and information on course offerings can be picked up in the guidance office.

 

Community Service:  

Earn community service hours and help at the CLS ice cream social! The event will take place in the evening on Thursday, February 27. The PTSO is looking for around 10 volunteers to help. More information is coming soon – check the community service calendar.  See Ms. Dannemann in room 201 or email Rachel Decker at rekced2642@aol.com to sign up!

 

The Rhinebeck Chamber Music Society is seeking volunteers to help out at their spring concerts! Volunteers will serve as ushers, help with refreshments and help clean up. The first concert is on Sunday, March 15 from 1:30 – 5:30. Check the community service calendar to sign up!

 

Here’s an easy way to fulfill your community service requirement … volunteer to be a camp counselor for the Town of Clinton’s Summer Camp!  Now is the time to apply. See the community service calendar on the RHS website (look in July and August) for more information and to access the application form. 

 

Check the community service calendar for more information! 

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Bulletin 2.25.20 https://rhinebeckreality.org/3664/daily-bulletins/bulletin-2-25-20/ https://rhinebeckreality.org/3664/daily-bulletins/bulletin-2-25-20/#respond Tue, 25 Feb 2020 14:55:52 +0000 https://rhinebeckreality.org/?p=3664 Rhinebeck High School Daily Bulletin

 

Today is Tuesday, February 25 and it’s a B day.  

 

BUY your YEARBOOK Now!

March 1 is the deadline for the Yearbook Club to place our final Quantity order. Buy your yearbook before March 1 to ensure you get one. Yearbooks will only be available on a first come, first served basis after March 1 so DON’T WAIT! Go to Jostens.com to place an order.

 

Need advice? Earl grey is waiting for your questions. Put any problems in our box in the cafeteria or comment on a Tea Time on our website.

 

Creative Writing Club will not meet today, but will resume next Monday!

 

Charity Spelling Bee:  The Literacy Connections of the Hudson Valley is hosting its annual spelling bee at Marist on March 24th.  If you’d like to participate, grab a partner and sign up with Ms. Wheeler in Room 105. Sponsored by the Creative Writing Club.

 

Think your family is weird? Think again!

They’re Creepy and They’re Kooky….and They’re Coming to RHS!

Tickets are now on sale for Rhinebeck High School’s Musical production of The Addams Family!

Performances will take place on Friday, March 27th (7:30 p.m.), Saturday, March 28th (7:30 p.m.), and Sunday, March 29th, (2:00 p.m.) in the Joseph L. Phelan Auditorium: https://search.seatyourself.biz/webstore/accounts/rhinebeckcsd/buy-tix?d=0

 

Varsity Track and Field:  If you are interested in competing in Varsity Track and Field, there will be a meeting Wednesday, February 26th.  The meeting will be in room 141 afterschool.  If you are interested and cannot attend the meeting, please see Mr. Randall or Mr. Sneed.

 

If you are applying to be a Culture Connect Madagascar Ambassador, please bring your completed application to the Greeter’s Desk.

 

Are you attending Grace Smith House’s Love Shouldn’t Hurt Conference? Then please return the permission slips to Mr. Welch and Ms. Grande as soon as possible. Make sure to do it in person so they can sign off one one part. Thanks!

 

The Dutchess County BOCES CTI field trip will be taken on February 26th, 2020 in the AM. Permission slips and information on course offerings can be picked up in the guidance office.

 

Community Service:  

Earn community service hours and help at the CLS ice cream social! The event will take place in the evening on Thursday, February 27. The PTSO is looking for around 10 volunteers to help. More information is coming soon – check the community service calendar.  See Ms. Dannemann in room 201 or email Rachel Decker at rekced2642@aol.com to sign up!

 

The Rhinebeck Chamber Music Society is seeking volunteers to help out at their spring concerts! Volunteers will serve as ushers, help with refreshments and help clean up. The first concert is on Sunday, March 15 from 1:30 – 5:30. Check the community service calendar to sign up!

 

Here’s an easy way to fulfill your community service requirement … volunteer to be a camp counselor for the Town of Clinton’s Summer Camp!  Now is the time to apply. See the community service calendar on the RHS website (look in July and August) for more information and to access the application form. 

 

Check the community service calendar for more information! 

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Tik Tok: The Pros and Cons https://rhinebeckreality.org/3661/features/tik-tok-the-pros-and-cons/ https://rhinebeckreality.org/3661/features/tik-tok-the-pros-and-cons/#respond Mon, 24 Feb 2020 15:03:04 +0000 https://rhinebeckreality.org/?p=3661 Overtime sports section.

Trending dances.

Teen parents and several other topics.

Are these reasons to watch Tik Tok? Or turn it off?

Rhinebeck Reality asked a few questions about Tik Tok to a group of students: Logan Dykeman Parker Dutton, Otto Schweppe, Felix Adams

The Pros

  • It’s funny
  • It’s sharable with your friends. 
  • It puts you in a good mood. 
  • You can express yourself.
  • People like to dance.
  • You can relate to someone if you’re doing the same dance. 
  • It’s entertaining. 

“I mainly use it when I’m bored,” said Rena Burkhart

The Cons

“I don’t think it should be taken down, but I’m not interested in using it,” said Otto Schweppe.  “The cons outweigh the pros,” according to Schweppe.

  • It’s too fast — if you don’t like someone, you just swipe up.
  • Anyone can see you, so you don’t have that much privacy.
  • It objectifies women — if there’s a woman who is dancing very provocatively, she will become famous and more people will do that.
  • You’re more likely to become tik tok famous if you’re “pretty,” skinny, every facial expression you make is attractive, young
  • There’s some bullying on tik tok (duet videos) 
  • There’s a lot of copying without citation 
  • It’s completely managed by foreign companies — there’s probably data sharing going on. 
  • It probably shortens attention span 
  • There are more productive things to be doing

Even though Tik Tok has its pros and cons, it can benefit people in their own way.

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Bulletin 2.24.20 https://rhinebeckreality.org/3659/daily-bulletins/bulletin-2-24-20/ https://rhinebeckreality.org/3659/daily-bulletins/bulletin-2-24-20/#respond Mon, 24 Feb 2020 14:46:45 +0000 https://rhinebeckreality.org/?p=3659 Rhinebeck High School Daily Bulletin

 

Today is Monday, February 24 and it’s an A day.  

 

BUY your YEARBOOK Now!

March 1 is the deadline for the Yearbook Club to place our final Quantity order. Buy your yearbook before March 1 to ensure you get one. Yearbooks will only be available on a first come, first served basis after March 1 so DON’T WAIT! Go to Jostens.com to place an order.

 

Need advice? Earl grey is waiting for your questions. Put any problems in our box in the cafeteria or comment on a Tea Time on our website.

 

Creative Writing Club will not meet today, but will resume next Monday!

 

Charity Spelling Bee:  The Literacy Connections of the Hudson Valley is hosting its annual spelling bee at Marist on March 24th.  If you’d like to participate, grab a partner and sign up with Ms. Wheeler in Room 105. Sponsored by the Creative Writing Club.

 

Varsity Track and Field:  If you are interested in competing in Varsity Track and Field, there will be a meeting Wednesday, February 26th.  The meeting will be in room 141 afterschool.  If you are interested and cannot attend the meeting, please see Mr. Randall or Mr. Sneed.

 

Are you attending Grace Smith House’s Love Shouldn’t Hurt Conference? Then please return the permission slips to Mr. Welch and Ms. Grande as soon as possible. Make sure to do it in person so they can sign off one one part. Thanks!

 

The Dutchess County BOCES CTI field trip will be taken on February 26th, 2020 in the AM. Permission slips and information on course offerings can be picked up in the guidance office.

 

Community Service:  

Earn community service hours and help at the CLS ice cream social! The event will take place in the evening on Thursday, February 27. The PTSO is looking for around 10 volunteers to help. More information is coming soon – check the community service calendar.  See Ms. Dannemann in room 201 or email Rachel Decker at rekced2642@aol.com to sign up!

 

The Rhinebeck Chamber Music Society is seeking volunteers to help out at their spring concerts! Volunteers will serve as ushers, help with refreshments and help clean up. The first concert is on Sunday, March 15 from 1:30 – 5:30. Check the community service calendar to sign up!

 

Here’s an easy way to fulfill your community service requirement … volunteer to be a camp counselor for the Town of Clinton’s Summer Camp!  Now is the time to apply. See the community service calendar on the RHS website (look in July and August) for more information and to access the application form. 

 

Check the community service calendar for more information! 

 

Happy Birthday Joseph Hagerty!

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A Quick Guide to Voting for Students https://rhinebeckreality.org/3653/school-news/a-quick-guide-to-voting-for-students/ https://rhinebeckreality.org/3653/school-news/a-quick-guide-to-voting-for-students/#respond Fri, 21 Feb 2020 16:05:41 +0000 https://rhinebeckreality.org/?p=3653 Voting is a right and privilege in the United States, but it can sometimes be confusing as there are many different rules and requirements for each state. 

Registering 

If you haven’t registered in Mr. Lavazzo’s class or are not yet a senior, you can register here.  If you are 16 or 17 you can pre-register. 

Voting 

Once you have registered and are 18, you will be able to vote in all local and general elections. If you belong to a political party, you can even vote in the primaries on Tuesday, April 28th.

Get informed by reading reputable news and prepare to make your vote count.

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Bulletin 2.21.20 https://rhinebeckreality.org/3650/daily-bulletins/bulletin-2-21-20/ https://rhinebeckreality.org/3650/daily-bulletins/bulletin-2-21-20/#respond Fri, 21 Feb 2020 15:36:54 +0000 https://rhinebeckreality.org/?p=3650  

Rhinebeck High School Daily Bulletin

 

Today is Friday, February 21 and it’s a D day.  

 

BUY your YEARBOOK Now!

March 1 is the deadline for the Yearbook Club to place our final Quantity order. Buy your yearbook before March 1 to ensure you get one. Yearbooks will only be available on a first come, first served basis after March 1 so DON’T WAIT! Go to Jostens.com to place an order.

 

Need advice? Earl grey is waiting for your questions. Put any problems in our box in the cafeteria or comment on a Tea Time on our website.

 

Charity Spelling Bee:  The Literacy Connections of the Hudson Valley is hosting its annual spelling bee at Marist on March 24th.  If you’d like to participate, grab a partner and sign up with Ms. Wheeler in Room 105. Sponsored by the Creative Writing Club.

 

Varsity Track and Field:  If you are interested in competing in Varsity Track and Field, there will be a meeting Wednesday, February 26th.  The meeting will be in room 141 afterschool.  If you are interested and cannot attend the meeting, please see Mr. Randall or Mr. Sneed.

 

Are you attending Grace Smith House’s Love Shouldn’t Hurt Conference? Then please return the permission slips to Mr. Welch and Ms. Grande as soon as possible. Make sure to do it in person so they can sign off one one part. Thanks!

 

The Dutchess County BOCES CTI field trip will be taken on February 26th, 2020 in the AM. Permission slips and information on course offerings can be picked up in the guidance office.

 

Community Service:  

Earn community service hours and help at the CLS ice cream social! The event will take place in the evening on Thursday, February 27. The PTSO is looking for around 10 volunteers to help. More information is coming soon – check the community service calendar.  See Ms. Dannemann in room 201 or email Rachel Decker at rekced2642@aol.com to sign up!

 

The Rhinebeck Chamber Music Society is seeking volunteers to help out at their spring concerts! Volunteers will serve as ushers, help with refreshments and help clean up. The first concert is on Sunday, March 15 from 1:30 – 5:30. Check the community service calendar to sign up!

 

Check the community service calendar for more information! 

 

Happy Birthday Maite Demange, Jake Halpern, and Nikolas Herr!

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The Draft…Will Your Number Be Called? https://rhinebeckreality.org/3635/features/the-draft-will-your-number-be-called/ https://rhinebeckreality.org/3635/features/the-draft-will-your-number-be-called/#respond Thu, 20 Feb 2020 15:54:59 +0000 https://rhinebeckreality.org/?p=3635 Bullets fly past you while you’re prone in the sludgy mud. You never thought it would come to this until your draft number was called. 

Today’s media makes us feel as though we could be at war at any minute. There is much talk of the draft because of recent events involving potential conflict with other countries, like Korea, Iran, you name it. 

As a junior in high school, my friends and I often wonder if we could be drafted in the near future.  The law states that all males must register.  If they fail to do so, they will not be eligible for opportunities like financial aid and federal jobs in the future.

Failing to register or comply with the Military Selective Service Act is a felony punishable by a fine of up to $250,000 or a prison term of up to five years, or a combination of both. Also, a person who knowingly counsels, aids, or abets another to fail to comply with the Act is subject to the same penalties.”

— Selective Service System of the US Government

And many female Rhinebeck students wonder if the registry is required for them to go into the  draft. The answer is no. In our history in the 1980s, the Supreme Court heard and decided four cases related to the Military Service Act. In Rostker v. Goldburg, the court decided that men are only required to sign up for the draft because women were not eligible for combat.

But a draft is unlikely to happen. A draft only is issued when a dramatic crisis occurs. This is when our country or possibly other countries are in actual conflict.

The last draft call was Dec 7, 1972 Vietnam War. There was almost another draft in the early 90s for the Gulf War. With the major military reserves for U.S. forces in the Gulf War, the necessity for much larger armed forces could have resulted in a military requirement to reinstate the draft.

The Selective Service System agency is an independent agency of the United States government that is responsible for organizing the draft. The structure of the agency consists of a data management center and three region headquarters with 124 full time employees authorized.

There are six sequences of events during a draft. First, Congress and the President authorize the draft. Next, the lottery, which employs the use of 2 large rotating drums, randomly selects who will serve. Balls with a certain date on them are dropped into one drum. A second drum gets loaded with balls numbers from 1- 366. The drums mix, and two of the balls are picked. The numbers decide who gets drafted.

Next, all parts of Selective Service are activated, ordering its state directors and reserve forces officers to report for duty.  Fourth, registrants are physically, mentally, and morally evaluated. Fifth, local and appeal boards are activated and induction notices are sent. 

Those who pass the military evaluation will receive induction orders. Lastly, the first drafts are inducted. Selective Service must deliver the first inductees to the military within 193 days from the onset of a crisis.

The easiest way to register for the draft is online. If your social security number isn’t found in their system, you can fill out a registration form and put it in the mail to the Selective Service System, a signature is required.

Although many of you who are reaching the age of 18 may be imagining a drill sergeant bombarding degrading things in your ear, I wouldn’t worry because the draft is unlikely to happen. 

But knowing how the draft process works is important.

 

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