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An Adventurer's Diary – Journey from the Depths of Hell

February 23rd, 2016 by DanielRGT

Lessons Learned

February 23rd, 2016 by DanielRGT

I’ve been alive for an astounding amount of time. At least, it certainly seems that way because counting past 5 is hard and I’ve definitely been alive for more than 5 minutes. With certainty, I can say I’m at least 6 minutes old which means I’m already having a mid-life crisis.

So on this, the seventh minute of my life, I feel it’s appropriate to go over things I have learned in my life. What better way to do so by going over things that have happened recently on the Earth (or Earf for the official terminology). It’s been pretty clear for awhile now the main thing I’ve learned while being alive, but I had to be absolutely certain of my correctness before I was able to confirm my suspicions. It’s official though, thanks to recent rulings by people who are at most two times as important as I am, the verdict is in.

I’m talking of course about the fact that WOMEN ARE NOT PEOPLE.

It was strange. For the longest time, I was sure they were people. They look like people, they walk like people, and they even ACT like people. The truth is clear to me though thanks to the important people who make the tough decisions on the planet.

I’m talking of course about the Finnish eSports Federation. It was recently made clear to me that although women have discussed intellectual things with me in the past that their minds can’t possibly comprehend the complexity of a card game, so appropriately so they were barred from entering a Hearthstone tournament.

Let’s face it, card games are some of the most difficult work on the planet. It’s a job solely reserved for MEN. What women don’t get about this whole fiasco is that we, the men, are doing them a favor by barring them from playing video games with us. Apart from the physical aspect of video games (which we are clearly superior thanks to millions of years of gaming evolution), men clearly have an unfair advantage when it comes to these things.

It’s common knowledge that men operate under the usage of two brains. The most important one taking care of our daily needs, basic cognitive thought, complex problem-solving, and important decision making and the other, less important one, existing in our head.

How can women possibly compete. It’s basic math (or so I’ve been told) that two is better than one unless you’re talking about STDs. Even then, what if you were collecting STDs? One can’t possibly argue the value of two over one.

It is unfair for women to have to deal with this onslaught of brains. Men are doing women a favor by prohibiting entrance into competitive video game events, or eSports as the wise philosopher Plato so rightly coined, and thanks to women’s status as sub-human it’s really super double okay for things like this to happen.


Women, Video Games, and Other Things Looked Down On By Idiots

February 23rd, 2016 by DanielRGT

It’s pretty much become a standard recently to discriminate against women, the word “recently” of course encapsulating all of time. So when video gamers do it, why is anybody surprised? Why is it news for more people to be saying, “Hey you woman, you’re not like MEN so stooooppp ittt~~~” (Quote taken from BongPirat420)

The reason it’s news is because these people are stupid and continue to try and do things that are not only stupid (such is their nature), but promote stupidity across the land. It actively encourages other stupid people with stupid opinions to think to themselves, “If that stupid thing happened by those stupid guys thinking stupid things, then I can be stupid without any problem right? After all, we’ve established that stupidity is okay.”

That seemed to be the case for the Finnish eSports Federation


Spooky Scary

February 23rd, 2016 by DanielRGT

Some people have said that it was a dark and stormy night. Some people would be wrong because honestly I think it’s a pretty nice day out. I’m sick of some people always having the last say in these type of scenario setups; either you tell the truth about the darkness and storminess of the night or I’m fucking quitting this story.

I sat in my office watching the clock as it slowly ticked towards 5 P.M. Quitting time. “Tick-tock” the clock said nonverbally,

Bad Birthday Trend

February 23rd, 2016 by DanielRGT

Tomorrow is my birthday which, to put it lightly, means I’m a year closer to dying. You might be thinking that’s an extremely pessimistic way to view life, and you’d be correct! I am, as the legends foretold, a humongous pessimist. “His pessimism game is strong as fuck,” is a quote that could run in a newspaper article highlighting how pessimistic I can be.

I have a precedence for such pessimism though. My life hasn’t exactly been what I expected when I was young. For instance, I never thought as a child that at the age of 25 (which is what I am turning tomorrow) I would deliver pizzas to irate hungry people. I woulda thought that by now I would’ve at least won a minimum of two lotteries or maybe found some old oil tycoon’s wallet on the street and I return it to him and he gives me reward money (approximately $8 million, adjust for inflation) but he doesn’t know that I secretly swapped his wallet for a fake wallet with fake cash inside and I steal the contents of his wallet and his identity and live a life of crime.

Something like that.

I only deliver pizzas currently as a stepping stone to an actual career. I, thankfully, don’t see myself doing this for very long. It’s okay money though when you’ve been jobless for several months after being viciously attacked by a horrible, borderline-racist blood disorder that crippled you both physically and financially. Even if I’m not doing this job, there’s a lot of fallback jobs I can take, and when all else fails there’s always workin’ the pole (I’m talking about a barbershop pole)(Get your mind out of the fuckin’ gutter)(Although being a stripper is actually not a bad idea now that I think about it).


Guardians of the Galaxy Review (As Written by my Little Brother)

February 23rd, 2016 by DanielRGT

Hey gang, it’s time for another of my famous movie reviews. I finally got around to seeing Guardians of the Galaxy at my friend Jeremy’s house. He has a sick Blu-Ray player and his mom made us pigs in a blanket and let us have cookies unlike my mom who’s a huge bitch and says that cookies will rot my teeth. Well guess what Mom! I’m eatin’ ’em and you can’t stop me!

I had been planning to see this movie in theaters and everyone in my school was going on about how awesome the movie was. I couldn’t wait to go see it. The week it came out,


Frame-Perfect Rambling

February 9th, 2016 by DanielRGT

(Alternate Title: Speedrun Deez Nuts)

How did I get caught up in this speedrunning horsecockery you ask? You didn’t ask that, you ask? You have stayed silent while reading all of this and have asked literally zero questions and are wondering if I am a psychopath, you ask? These are all excellent questions that I’m super stoked to be answering in this incredibly long rant with an alarming amount of grammar and spelling errors. I advise you to sit back, relax, and enjoy the incredibly boring story I’m about to tell you. Alternatively, you can really “stick it to me” and stand up in a generally panicked state because, honestly, who the fuck am I to be giving you all these orders.

Speedrunning caught my interest a long time ago back when I was in high school (this would have been around 2006 or 2007) and I saw somebody play Super Metroid incredibly fast. I thought to myself, “Damn. That’s hella fast.” It’s important to note that I was not a particularly bright individual in high school and many could argue that I have only grown dimmer as the years have passed. Regardless, the way I saw someone deconstruct a game into how efficiently it could be played was really something to me. I immediately went home, turned on my emulator, and attempted to copy the run I had just seen. After some time, I was actually able to do the entire run, albeit not at the same pace as the truly good players.

I never took my interest past that unfortunately. I learned an entire route for Super Metroid, could technically execute it, and then I kinda just let it be and would use it as an anecdote whenever speedrunning was brought up. “Hey,” I’d say. “I can totally speedrun Super Metroid!” I’d say this hoping to god that they couldn’t also speedrun it as well because then I’d be exposed as someone who honestly couldn’t really do that. I learned the route but couldn’t really execute it very consistently and sometimes would forget large chunks of it because of how little I practiced it. Basically, I could do the opening section of Super Metroid great, and then everything thereafter was absolute shitbutts. It’s kind of like how I’ve learned how to play the beginning of a song on the piano exceptionally well, but then when it came to learning the parts after I’d just go “Ew, that’s a lot more work than I feel like doing” and then move on to something else.

I’m kind of a piece of shit, you see.

Years pass and I don’t really pursue speedrunning any further. It wasn’t for lack of time or anything, but I just felt like I didn’t want to really get into it for a number of reasons. What are those reasons you ask? Stop trying to predict your questions you ask? You’re a pretentious douchebag you ask? I’m glad you’ve legitimately asked all of those questions because I’m all about answering that shit.

It is unfortunate, but there is a certain negative stereotype associated with people who are in the “speedrunning business” as it were. A common description of people who partake in speedrunning is “girl/boyfriendless autistic manchildren who live with their parents and have no friends and spend their time playing video games real real real real real fast fuckyeahbroletsfucksomebitchesnow.” Now, I want it to be made clear that I have never agreed with this stereotype, but I was certainly afraid of being called any of those things. Basically, my own stupid brain got in the way. For a large portion of my life, I have let my fear of what other people will say and think about me define my actions and it has taken awhile to be able to ignore what the extremely loud minority has to say.

The reality is that, much like every community that exists, people who speedrun come from all over the place and all of these people are joined together by their competitive spirit. I’ve already experienced this thanks to the Fighting Game Community, but the competitiveness in speedrunning is a little different than in fighting games. For speedrunners, the main thing they are competing against is the game itself. For most of the people I’ve talked to, the main motivation they have to grind out runs and try and get the best possible time is largely to see how far they can push the time down and it has less to do with beating the other people that run that game. The part where your beat other people and get a world record is mostly just icing on the cake really.

Being primarily from a fighting game background, this type of adjustment took some getting used to. In fact, I would argue that I still haven’t gotten used to it. In competitive fighting games, you are pretty much only  competing against another person and so when that person beats me, I tend to get upset. Sometimes I get upset at the opponent because maybe they did something I disagree with, but mostly I get upset at myself because I probably made a mistake or because that means I am out of the tournament or something like that. The point is, I hate to lose and so in speedrunning, when someone beats my personal best time, I exist as a salty speck in a sea of congratulatory remarks from other people. I think it’s okay to be a little disappointed that your time was beaten, but in general everyone in the community is competing against the game and not each other so there’s a larger sense of camaraderie. “We’re all in this together” is a phrase often used, especially in regards to the game I speedrun (which is Earthbound by the way. We’re about 1000 words in and this is the first time I’ve mentioned it and I refuse to retroactively add it in earlier so you can eat a dick whoever edits this).

Let me backtrack a bit to explain what ultimately changed my mind about finally joining the speedrunning world. As I mentioned earlier, I was afraid of (essentially) being made fun of by assholes who have garbage opinions. It took some growing up to move past that, but when I finally did I was able to really see the appeal of speedrunning. The final catalyst was watching an SGDQ (Summer Games Done Quick: a charity speedrun marathon) where a very skilled Earthbound runner named Aurilliux fuckin’ killed it by doing an exceptional Earthbound Any% speedrun.

I knew a little bit about that run, but to see it executed live just kinda made me think to myself, “I gotta see what this is all about.” I didn’t make any commitment to start speedrunning Earthbound, but I decided to check out the IRC where all the runners hang out and catch some Twitch streams of Earthbound runners. For approximately 2 days, I lurked in both the IRC and various Twitch chats and just observed. What I saw sealed the deal for me.

The first Earthbound streamer I saw live was a great guy by the name of RedBalloonMan. There isn’t any one specific thing he did that convinced me to start running, but in general he was an excellent streamer and really fun to hang out with and talk to. From him, I started watching more and more Earthbound streamers and eventually went into each chat and said, “I’m thinking of running this game, how do I get started.”

Every single streamer, and I want to emphasize that every single one of them, gave me great information and welcomed me with open arms. In terms of the Earthbound community, I was a nobody. I was nothing, and yet each of these people who had no idea who I was immediately went, “That’s awesome! We love new runners, here’s where to get your information.” I have to admit, that was a strange sensation for me.

As I said before, I come from the FGC and have always felt that in the FGC there’s been a sense of me needing to prove myself before being acknowledged. Whether or not other people agree with that assessment is another debate, but I think there is a minimum bar of proving yourself that is sort of required in the FGC for anyone to take you seriously or to be genuinely interested in things you are doing/saying.

Instead, the only proof that the Earthbound community needed from me was me actually doing a run, no matter how absolute mega garbage it was. It was the most welcomed I had ever felt into a community ever in my life. I want to reiterate that I don’t think the FGC is unwelcoming, but I do believe the Earthbound speedrun community was definitely more welcoming.

Eventually, I completed my first full run and then kept going and going and going. I enjoyed it so much that, at the time of posting this, I’m currently ranked 4th in the world for the Glitchless category of Earthbound with a 3:58:32 and 2nd in the Any% category of Earthbound with a 1:08:11. I intend to push myself to try and get the world record for both of these categories, and honestly I don’t think that’s outside the realm of possibility for me.

I want to end this incredibly long rambling session with just these words of wisdom. If you are genuinely interested in doing speedruns of any game, reach out to the community that does so and see how they are. I can’t guarantee all speedrunning communities are as welcoming as the Earthbound one (because the Earthbound community is notoriously one of the better communities), but they will almost certainly be willing to help you get on the way to starting runs and get you started on joining a truly amazing hobby.







3 Dr. Peppers A Day Keeps The Doctor Away

March 19th, 2015 by DanielRGT



A Fort Worth woman is celebrating her 104th year of life. “Today, I’m 104” she told a series of reporters outside her home made of used Dr. Pepper cans. “I couldn’t believe it because my clock is being blocked by used Dr. Pepper cans, but one of my children told me after dropping off my regular shipment of Dr. Pepper to my house.”

Her son, Dahktor P. Eiper, told the reporters this. “I’m really  glad that my grandmother is still alive after all these years and is still proudly representing the brand Dr. Pepper™. I hope she’ll live another great 104 years so that she can still enjoy such a refreshing beverage.”

The 104-year old credits her longevity to the amount of Dr. Pepper she drinks and the age old adage, “Three Dr. Peppers a day keeps the doctor away.” She laughed as she said it. “I honestly believe that statement more than anything. My doctor tells me I’m in fine condition and he too also enjoys the taste of a fresh cold Dr. Pepper™ every morning.”

The doctor could not comment at this time because he is attending Dr. PepperCon 2015 and will be out of town for the month.

GamerHate (Get it? Comedy!)

October 15th, 2014 by DanielRGT

I’m a comedy writer by nature (and design for those who know that I’m actually a robot) so I’m definitely not as eloquent as some other people on the following subject, but it’s kinda gotten out of hand lately so while everyone is throwing their hats into the ring, I want to make sure people know that the hat I’m throwing in is less of a hat and more of a rainbow wig I wore a previous Halloween because I thought girls would dig my clown (also see: “serial killer”) costume.

For those that know me (which is 100% of my readers since the only people who read this are my friend Tony and my dog. My dog is very advanced for his age) you would know that I don’t ever throw my hat into any rings whatsoever. I am a political nonperson; that is to say, I avoid talking about conflict and issues because I’m not very smart and I want people to think that I am, instead, very smart. It’s the complex illusion of intelligence I want people to believe in more than anything, but that requires me to learn things and if I learned anything from school it’s that the people who learn are called nerds and eventually they become extremely successful later in life. Basically what I’m saying is that I was wrong and maybe I should know something about current events. Better late than never.

Being a gamer, it’s kind of hard to sidestep the most current event happening right now in the gaming world. I’m talking of course about League of Legends World Finals.

Shit, no, I definitely meant to type GamerGate. GamerGate is the thing happening right now.



“One day, a man was severely burned (figuratively, possibly literally) by the woman he loved. That woman’s name was [NAME REMOVED FOR FAKE LEGAL REASONS], or for the purposes of this retelling we’ll call her “Gurl” (Not to be confused with her sister, “Guurl”). The man was hurt deep by Gurl and in order to get back at her, wrote a bunch of mean things about her claiming a connection between Gurl’s girlyness (perhaps this is how she got her name) and “journalistic favors”. Everyone decided that there couldn’t possibly be any bias in this man’s findings and claims and decided to elect him “Uber-Jesus.” Basically he said that Gurl had used her sexuality to win the favors of gaming journalists all over the place.

Journalistic integrity was at stake here. How can video game journalists possibly remain impartial when Gurl was out there flaunting her patented “Gurl’s Parts™” to all the journalists. Soon, the world would be overrun with articles about whatever she wanted. This is clearly how this works. More than that, what’s to stop all women from doing this? “At any point in time,” one fake GamerGater said, “women can take their shirt off and get coverage.” He later went on to say, “Whenever I try and pull my pants off for a similar effect I’m told to ‘cover up or face being ejected from this Dairy Queen.’ It’s extremely sexist.”

People decided to cry out against Gurl and labeled her a video game terrorist. Of course the only way to deal with terrorists is to send a sacrilegious amount of death, rape, and all around murder-themed threats to Gurl.

When Gurl protested and said, “What the actual fuck guys are you serious?” she received even more threats and anyone who defended her was branded a stupid “Social Justice Warrior” (which as we all know is one of the worst things you can call another human being, next to “Dingus”). Social Justice Warriors, or SJWs, are considered by many people on the internet to be the scum of the earth.

People on the internet don’t like to be told that there could be a better world in which people aren’t harassed because of their gender, skin color, sexual preference, and various other things that people who haven’t done shit wrong get harassed for. In the mind of the internet, life is perfect the way it is. What possible need could we have for the betterment of our peers?

“No,” they say, “Fuck that.” Internet users come down hard on any SJWs that try and say things like, “We shouldn’t treat women poorly” and “I believe blacks should be represented better in X,Y, and Z media!” What a bunch of jackasses those SJWs happen to be.

The internet then decided that simply branding SJWs isn’t enough and that when it comes to games and gamers, Gurl and any like minded Gurl supporters should be harshly punished. In addition they wanted to profess their love of entrance ways.”


That’s just a short summary and it’s unfortunately only the catalyst. It’s still going on today with dumb gamers everywhere trying so hard to shout their favorite GamerGate cheer, “DE-FENSE. WE LIKE DE-FENSE. WE ARE DE-FENSE.  WEDEFENDJOURNALISTICINTEGRITYBUTREALLY-WEAREAHATEGROUPCREATEDBYHATEANDFUELEDBYHATETIPSHATMLADY(To be said extremely fast and under your breath as to ensure maximum impact)”

I suppose it’s not fair for me to say “gamers” because #notallgamers (get it? It’s a humor joke) are against the equal treatment of women and the concept that if a woman speaks her opinion on anything she shouldn’t be harassed so badly that she is forced out of her home.

honestly wish I could say that the last sentence in my last short paragraph was a joke (because I’ve been B-Ballin’ so many jokes in your face this whole piece) but let’s get down to the real part of this. GamerGate is a thing that started as what can be easily identifiable as a “hate-crime” (in which a mommy gate and a daddy gate hate each other very much) and has snowballed into a movement that waves the flag of “journalistic integrity”, but really they just violently harass and threaten to murder anybody who doesn’t believe in their “cause”.

It’s very easy to get sucked into the idea of GamerGate. Their flag is extremely pretty after all. Who wouldn’t want journalistic integrity? Everyone can agree that gaming journalism, as a whole, is a hilarious joke. To be fair though, all journalism is a hilarious joke.

People who support GamerGate have likened their cause to the MLK movement, which of course have many similarities. After all, Martin Luther King Jr. HATED Social Justice Warriors. To quote his famous “I have a dream” speech,


“I have a dream that white people and black people can stand against those stupid Social Justice Warriors. I hate it when they try and destroy the sanctity of gaming. They’re a bunch of doodyheads, amirite? *high fives nearby person*”


I don’t know if you’ve caught it by now (I’m obviously very subtle) but I think the term “Social Justice Warrior” as an insult is, to put it lightly, the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard. To suggest that “someone who stands for something that is good” is an insult just means you don’t like progressive change and would, frankly, like to return to the Middle Ages.

MLK literally was a Social Justice Warrior and so GamerGaters (Gators? I guess they aren’t technically alligators which would make their cause more terrifying than it already is. I suppose they’d get a sweet Discovery Channel show out of it though because you can’t be an alligator and not be on the Discovery Channel) comparing themselves to the MLK movement makes no sense and is wrong. Of course they would compare themselves to MLK though because who can’t get behind his message? Everyone agrees that segregation is bad (well, mostly everyone) and so he’s standing up for a just cause, much like GamerGaters obviously (Hint: This is called sarcasm).

Then there’s the stark knee-jerk reaction to the concept of feminism and an attack on anyone who sides with said “feminists.” Let me break down what a feminist is to these people though because it’s not what you are thinking. A feminist is anybody who, at any point in their life, has said the following words, “Hey, don’t you think women should be treated better?”

That’s it. That’s the entirety of a feminist. There are varying degrees of feminism and on a bad day feminism can turn into, “I hate men” (commonly referred to as the Lifetime Channel Position), but in essence all people are seeking is that women are treated and represented better on this planet.

How that translates to gaming is how women are represented in the medium itself and how they are treated in regards to that medium. When a woman makes a video game (something that doesn’t happen enough as it is) she is generally treated with contempt by the community because how can a woman possibly know anything about vidjaman games? It’d be impossible for her to share the same passion that many other male developers have, obviously, and so her game is obviously a piece of shit and should be removed from history in its entirety. In addition, she should quit her job and become a prostitute because girls are only good for sex and sexification. This I decree as King of Douchebaggery and SexFuck Industries.

Oops, did I get carried away? I’m really sorry about that, sometimes when I ramble I turn into a misogynistic piece of shit. I won’t let it happen again, m’lady.

On top of all of that, people who oppose GamerGate are harassed to the point of having to flee their home (a place that is generally considered safe by many). People who support the cause say, “Oh but I didn’t threaten anyone. I shouldn’t have to explain the actions of other people who support the same cause as I do. Also those are extremists, those exist in every group and movement” Oops, you just said something super dumb.

GamerGate began as hate and harassment and continues to be fueled by hate and harassment. When a movement consistently and continuously harasses anyone who doesn’t support their cause with death, rape, and school-shootingy threats it’s not about journalistic integrity. It’s an internal competition between GamerGaters to see who can send out the most horrific threats per minute per day. 

Let’s be honest though, it was never about journalistic integrity. For it to be about journalistic integrity, then people would still be talking about it. Instead, the only time the topic is brought up is whenever people ask for a reason for the movement. You can’t really just respond with, “We like to harass people who disagree with us, especially women.” First of all, it’s way too many syllables and second of all, it’s morally deplorable. I may have mixed up that order, I’ll get back to you on that.

What’s important though is that the actions of the “extremists” in the GamerGate movement DO need to be accounted, especially by the people who support GamerGate that are not actual violent thought (and literal) criminals. People have told me before to ignore GamerGate and “eventually it’ll go away” mostly because if I validate them they become “more real.” That would make sense if GamerGate was something like a personal fear I had, growing only in strength when I give it validity and enable it to cripple me.

That’s not correct though. GamerGate is a cancer on society and when it’s left unchecked it grows and grows and will continue to grow. That’s why so many people are speaking out against it and that’s why more people should.

What bothers me more than anything is that people can’t just admit that they are wrong. I don’t want to be misunderstood though, so let me clarify. People who believe in the concept of “journalistic integrity” and stand wholeheartedly behind that should continue to stand by that. It’s not a bad thing to stand for after all.

However, you can totally admit that your initial support of GamerGate was misguided and wrong because you thought that they were lining up with your ideology. Little did you know that you secretly became a part of a hate group and now you’re a part of something terrible. Just say, “Oops this shit is hella fucked, I’m sorry everyone I was wrong.”

There’s no need to be embarrassed. If I found out I was a part of a cult that wanted me to blindly hate people who disagree with our views I would definitely say, “This doesn’t sound very good, can I not be a part of this? Please unlock the door? Elder, please get back here and let me out.”

Haha, I’m just joking! Elder Jeffrey let me out eventually. Let that bring comfort to anyone who may support GamerGate who doesn’t realize what they are a part of.

If you’ve read this far into this article (which I thank you for by the way. Most people cannot get past the first couple of words) you’ll know that my initial presentation of myself (If you’ve already forgotten because you suffered a stroke mid-read, the beginning of this article I called myself “stupid”) is absolutely correct. I am not eloquent, I am not well-read, and I am not particularly good at making my articles flow well.

None of these things, however, should diminish the point of this article. I am a comedy writer who has decided to use his medium to tell a tale of the bad that GamerGate is doing. People need to realize the difference between, “I respect your opinion but I disagree with you” and “I do not like the words you are saying with your mouthhole, can you please die by my hand?” How can people not see the difference between these two statements? The first one is how you are supposed to treat people you disagree with (me for example) and the second one is how psychopaths respond to any stimulant.

In other words, GamerGate has a persistent pattern of hate towards their opposition and women in games in general. It is not about journalistic integrity. It has never been about journalistic integrity. Literally nobody brings up points about journalistic integrity. The main point presented is, “Boy I sure wish we had journalistic integrity.” That’s it. That’s the argument. Then you follow that up with threats towards the opposition, rinse, and repeat.

Basically the only proper way to end this is to simply say Stop GamerGate 2014. Stop it now. Stop it yesterday. That would be really nice. Also, feel free to brand me a Social Justice Warrior because the term “Warrior” is far cooler than my normal descriptor which mainly reads as “Humongous Fucking Nerd.” I’d love to be a warrior, especially if it comes with complimentary armor.




Ode to Kitty

April 26th, 2014 by DanielRGT

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