Top 100 Stupid Moments in Scientology - PART ONE

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ATTACK ATTACK ATTACK.
The cult could not *RESIST* a slime and smear on Leah immediately before the 1 full hour show on 20/20 this evening.
This is posted on the ABC site here
http://abcnews.go.com/2020/church-s...tober-30-2015-statement-abc/story?id=34849323
October 30, 2015

Leah Remini has become what she once declared she never wanted to be known as: “this bitter ex-Scientologist.” As USA Today wrote, Ms. Remini is “as famous for being an ex-Scientologist as she is as an actress.” She needs to move on with her life instead of pathetically exploiting her former religion, her former friends and other celebrities for money and attention to appear relevant again.

Sadly, bitterness and anger are common threads through Ms. Remini’s life. Rather than take responsibility for self-inflicted problems, she is quick to blame others. When her firing from The Talk erupted into a public embarrassment for her in 2012, we tried to help pick her up off the floor. But she treated everyone around her in a degrading, bullying manner. Her behavior was intolerable.

Leah Remini knows the truth she conveniently rewrites in her revisionist history. The real story is that she desperately tried to remain a Scientologist in 2013, knowing full well she was on the verge of being expelled for refusing to abide by the high level of ethics and decency Scientologists are expected to maintain. Her repeated ethical lapses and callous treatment of others led to an ecclesiastical review which resulted in her being expelled. She now regurgitates the tired myths the Church has repeatedly debunked, circulated by the same tiny clique of expelled former staffers bitter at having lost the positions they enjoyed before their malfeasance and unethical conduct were uncovered. Ms. Remini is now joined at the hip with this collection of deadbeats, admitted liars, self-admitted perjurers, wife beaters and worse.

Ms. Remini also continues her bizarre efforts to harass the Church of Scientology’s leader and his wife, whom Ms. Remini has been obsessed with for years. This culminated in her dishonest, fraudulent report filed in 2013 with the Los Angeles Police Department that was declared “unfounded” and closed within hours of it becoming public. When a person makes disingenuous reports to law enforcement -- wasting valuable resources needed to protect the public -- they are irresponsible and untrustworthy.

Scientology is the only major religion to be founded in the 20th century and emerge as a major religion in the 21st century. The Church has grown more in the past decade than in its first 50 years combined under the ecclesiastical leadership of Mr. Miscavige, a visionary parishioners and Church staff hold in the highest regard for carrying out the legacy of the Scientology Founder through the renaissance the religion is now experiencing. Mr. Miscavige works tirelessly for the parishioners and their benefit and to aid millions through sponsorship and participation in global humanitarian initiatives and social betterment programs. The real story of the Church of Scientology, what it does, its beliefs and practices, is available at XXXXXX


Watch the full story on ABC News "20/20" TONIGHT at 10 p.m. ET on ABC.
 
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There is a lot of bad stuff. We do it. But we'll just say you do it and hope nobody notices.

ML

A Spokesperson.



 

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"Hold that body still".....( your own body...) was touted as a Assist that could be run on a "baby" ....if I remember correctly....or a little kid.

I'm not trying to "MSU".....I think it is a real one.... :p

There is a process that I'm pretty sure was on the Survival Rundown that had the command "Hold it still". There were some CCH's beyond 1-4 that went up to CCH9 or 10. It may have CCH 8 or 9 where the auditor told the pc to spot a specified object in the room, walk over to it, touch it and then hold it still and then ask the pc if he had held it still. The next CCH was similar but the command was to "Keep it from going away". Or maybe the "Hold it still" and "Keep it from going away" commands were part of the same process.

At any rate I don't really care that much.
 

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ATTACK ATTACK ATTACK.

The cult could not *RESIST* a slime and smear on Leah immediately before the 1 full hour show on 20/20 this evening. This is posted on the ABC site here:


http://abcnews.go.com/2020/church-s...tober-30-2015-statement-abc/story?id=34849323
October 30, 2015

Leah Remini has become what she once declared she never wanted to be known as: “this bitter ex-Scientologist.” As USA Today wrote, Ms. Remini is “as famous for being an ex-Scientologist as she is as an actress.” She needs to move on with her life instead of pathetically exploiting her former religion, her former friends and other celebrities for money and attention to appear relevant again.

Sadly, bitterness and anger are common threads through Ms. Remini’s life. Rather than take responsibility for self-inflicted problems, she is quick to blame others. When her firing from The Talk erupted into a public embarrassment for her in 2012, we tried to help pick her up off the floor. But she treated everyone around her in a degrading, bullying manner. Her behavior was intolerable.

Leah Remini knows the truth she conveniently rewrites in her revisionist history. The real story is that she desperately tried to remain a Scientologist in 2013, knowing full well she was on the verge of being expelled for refusing to abide by the high level of ethics and decency Scientologists are expected to maintain. Her repeated ethical lapses and callous treatment of others led to an ecclesiastical review which resulted in her being expelled. She now regurgitates the tired myths the Church has repeatedly debunked, circulated by the same tiny clique of expelled former staffers bitter at having lost the positions they enjoyed before their malfeasance and unethical conduct were uncovered. Ms. Remini is now joined at the hip with this collection of deadbeats, admitted liars, self-admitted perjurers, wife beaters and worse.

Ms. Remini also continues her bizarre efforts to harass the Church of Scientology’s leader and his wife, whom Ms. Remini has been obsessed with for years. This culminated in her dishonest, fraudulent report filed in 2013 with the Los Angeles Police Department that was declared “unfounded” and closed within hours of it becoming public. When a person makes disingenuous reports to law enforcement -- wasting valuable resources needed to protect the public -- they are irresponsible and untrustworthy.

Scientology is the only major religion to be founded in the 20th century and emerge as a major religion in the 21st century. The Church has grown more in the past decade than in its first 50 years combined under the ecclesiastical leadership of Mr. Miscavige, a visionary parishioners and Church staff hold in the highest regard for carrying out the legacy of the Scientology Founder through the renaissance the religion is now experiencing. Mr. Miscavige works tirelessly for the parishioners and their benefit and to aid millions through sponsorship and participation in global humanitarian initiatives and social betterment programs. The real story of the Church of Scientology, what it does, its beliefs and practices, is available at XXXXXX


Watch the full story on ABC News "20/20" TONIGHT at 10 p.m. ET on ABC
.



Perfect!

A "church" that disgracefully attacks former members in the media, with scandalous gossip, black pr and lies.

QUESTION: How insane is that?

ANSWER: Scientology insane.



BILLY
Hey dad, I've decided to drop out of college and join Scientology!

DAD
Wow! Isn't that the cult that viciously
attacks people when they try to leave?

BILLY
Oh, they won't do that to me. I'm not an SP.

DAD
But what if one day you decide to leave? Then
they will try to destroy you, your relationships, your
family, your career, your reputation and your finances.

BILLY
Dad, you are acting all paranoid! LOL.
Scientologists would never, ever do that!

DAD
Why do you say that, when there are thousands
of ex-scientologists who say that's exactly what happens?

BILLY
It would never happen, Dad, because Scientology
is super theta. It says so right in their written materials.
 

Churchill

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ATTACK ATTACK ATTACK.
The cult could not *RESIST* a slime and smear on Leah immediately before the 1 full hour show on 20/20 this evening.
This is posted on the ABC site here
http://abcnews.go.com/2020/church-s...tober-30-2015-statement-abc/story?id=34849323
October 30, 2015

Leah Remini has become what she once declared she never wanted to be known as: “this bitter ex-Scientologist.” As USA Today wrote, Ms. Remini is “as famous for being an ex-Scientologist as she is as an actress.” She needs to move on with her life instead of pathetically exploiting her former religion, her former friends and other celebrities for money and attention to appear relevant again.

Sadly, bitterness and anger are common threads through Ms. Remini’s life. Rather than take responsibility for self-inflicted problems, she is quick to blame others. When her firing from The Talk erupted into a public embarrassment for her in 2012, we tried to help pick her up off the floor. But she treated everyone around her in a degrading, bullying manner. Her behavior was intolerable.

Leah Remini knows the truth she conveniently rewrites in her revisionist history. The real story is that she desperately tried to remain a Scientologist in 2013, knowing full well she was on the verge of being expelled for refusing to abide by the high level of ethics and decency Scientologists are expected to maintain. Her repeated ethical lapses and callous treatment of others led to an ecclesiastical review which resulted in her being expelled. She now regurgitates the tired myths the Church has repeatedly debunked, circulated by the same tiny clique of expelled former staffers bitter at having lost the positions they enjoyed before their malfeasance and unethical conduct were uncovered. Ms. Remini is now joined at the hip with this collection of deadbeats, admitted liars, self-admitted perjurers, wife beaters and worse.

Ms. Remini also continues her bizarre efforts to harass the Church of Scientology’s leader and his wife, whom Ms. Remini has been obsessed with for years. This culminated in her dishonest, fraudulent report filed in 2013 with the Los Angeles Police Department that was declared “unfounded” and closed within hours of it becoming public. When a person makes disingenuous reports to law enforcement -- wasting valuable resources needed to protect the public -- they are irresponsible and untrustworthy.

Scientology is the only major religion to be founded in the 20th century and emerge as a major religion in the 21st century. The Church has grown more in the past decade than in its first 50 years combined under the ecclesiastical leadership of Mr. Miscavige, a visionary parishioners and Church staff hold in the highest regard for carrying out the legacy of the Scientology Founder through the renaissance the religion is now experiencing. Mr. Miscavige works tirelessly for the parishioners and their benefit and to aid millions through sponsorship and participation in global humanitarian initiatives and social betterment programs. The real story of the Church of Scientology, what it does, its beliefs and practices, is available at XXXXXX


Watch the full story on ABC News "20/20" TONIGHT at 10 p.m. ET on ABC.


Even by Scientology's crazy standards, their reaction is way over the top.
The missing person report that Leah Remini filed was neither dishonest or fraudulent.
The wife of Scientology leader David Miscavige had not been seen in public for several years.
And Andre Dawson, the LAPD officer with a cozy relationship with Scientology, never responded to Leah according to the 20-20 interview.
 
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October 30, 2015

Leah Remini has become what she once declared she never wanted to be known as: “this bitter ex-Scientologist.” As USA Today wrote, Ms. Remini is “as famous for being an ex-Scientologist as she is as an actress.” She needs to move on with her life instead of pathetically exploiting her former religion, her former friends and other celebrities for money and attention to appear relevant again.

Sadly, bitterness and anger are common threads through Ms. Remini’s life. Rather than take responsibility for self-inflicted problems, she is quick to blame others. When her firing from The Talk erupted into a public embarrassment for her in 2012, we tried to help pick her up off the floor. But she treated everyone around her in a degrading, bullying manner. Her behavior was intolerable.

Leah Remini knows the truth she conveniently rewrites in her revisionist history. The real story is that she desperately tried to remain a Scientologist in 2013, knowing full well she was on the verge of being expelled for refusing to abide by the high level of ethics and decency Scientologists are expected to maintain. Her repeated ethical lapses and callous treatment of others led to an ecclesiastical review which resulted in her being expelled. She now regurgitates the tired myths the Church has repeatedly debunked, circulated by the same tiny clique of expelled former staffers bitter at having lost the positions they enjoyed before their malfeasance and unethical conduct were uncovered. Ms. Remini is now joined at the hip with this collection of deadbeats, admitted liars, self-admitted perjurers, wife beaters and worse.

Ms. Remini also continues her bizarre efforts to harass the Church of Scientology’s leader and his wife, whom Ms. Remini has been obsessed with for years. This culminated in her dishonest, fraudulent report filed in 2013 with the Los Angeles Police Department that was declared “unfounded” and closed within hours of it becoming public. When a person makes disingenuous reports to law enforcement -- wasting valuable resources needed to protect the public -- they are irresponsible and untrustworthy.

Scientology is the only major religion to be founded in the 20th century and emerge as a major religion in the 21st century. The Church has grown more in the past decade than in its first 50 years combined under the ecclesiastical leadership of Mr. Miscavige, a visionary parishioners and Church staff hold in the highest regard for carrying out the legacy of the Scientology Founder through the renaissance the religion is now experiencing. Mr. Miscavige works tirelessly for the parishioners and their benefit and to aid millions through sponsorship and participation in global humanitarian initiatives and social betterment programs. The real story of the Church of Scientology, what it does, its beliefs and practices, is available at XXXXXX

I'm sure there are lots of people who were never in the cult who eagerly await the next hilarious statement by the cult's spokesperson du jour and the drivel they come up with to try and dead agent their bitter defrocked apostates.

It really is comedic to read what they come up with. It's almost like are they kidding around or are they dead serious in what they write?

At any rate they are not doing themselves any favors and are just digging that hole deeper and deeper by following the tried and true policies of Hubbard.

Happy Halloween everybody!
 

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Cross-Posted from another thread, where an Indie Scientologist didn't like the idea that Hubbard's "technology" was somehow flawed. Hubbard always found a way to justify the tech not working by blaming others, notably squirrels, communists and "SPs". In this instance (following Hubbard's "successful actions"), the Indie found someone/something else to blame--the "Church of Scientology"-- for ruining Ron's otherwise glorious road to total freedom.


Got to add though that the CofS has screwed it all up horribly.


--snip--

I disagree I think Hubbard screwed it up horribly to begin with and what you see now was going to
be unavoidable.


"Unavoidable". Ahhhh, clarity!

I have observed the same here on ESMB, often to the extreme disgruntlement of Indie Scientologists. And it's not just us saying it, let me take a moment to quote an internationally recognized scientist and philosopher:


"Scientology--that which grew externally from the soil was inexorably destined
by that which was contained internally within Hubbard's originally planted seed."

- Don Hubbard -
Noted vagrant and OH (Operating Hobo; see avatar)
Bestselling author of: Fundamentals of Fraud
Unheralded twin brother of Ron Hubbard



Yet, Scientologists and Indie Scientologists, upon discovering the poisonous fruit of Hubbard's tree, often want to pretend that someone must have somehow magically changed the seed's DNA after it had already taken root and begun the growing cycle.

HELPFUL TIP TO SCIENTOLOGISTS & INDIES WHO BOGGED DOWN STUDYING THE PREVIOUS PARAGRAPH: Clay demo the concept: "Apple trees grow from apple seeds"

Scientologists and Indie Scientologists all eventually eat the forbidden fruit[SUP]*[/SUP] in the Garden of E[STRIKE]den[/STRIKE]meters.





[SUP]

*
[/SUP] forbidden fruit: 1. Biblical reference from Genesis 2:16: "Then the LORD God took the man and put him into the garden of Eden to cultivate it and keep it. The LORD God commanded the man, saying, 'From any tree of the garden you may eat freely;but from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day that you eat from it you will surely die'." 2. (Scientology) The tree of the knowingness of greatest good and entheta. Scientologists were forbidden, by their God, to become enturbulated by partaking in this poisonous fruit or to look at the internet.
 

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CO$

The Church has grown more in the past decade than in its first 50 years combined under the ecclesiastical leadership of Mr. Miscavige, a visionary parishioners and Church staff hold in the highest regard for carrying out the legacy of the Scientology Founder through the renaissance the religion is now experiencing. Mr. Miscavige works tirelessly for the parishioners and their benefit and to aid millions through sponsorship and participation in global humanitarian initiatives and social betterment programs.

:roflmao::roflmao::roflmao:

[video]https://youtu.be/BoA4Y-KqH8k[/video]
 

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:roflmao::roflmao::roflmao:

[video]https://youtu.be/BoA4Y-KqH8k[/video]


:hysterical:

A brainwashed person mocking others because they can plainly see that they are brainwashed. Well, that is about as stupid as it gets, LOL.

Just now, that made me think of something that even more stupid than that, lol. It's how a Scientologist thinks when they are watching a video with the truth about Scientology (like the examples above & below).

I have seen this brutally truthful video before. Just now, I just watched the key parts (again) and tried to imagine what a true-believing, KSW Scientologist would think while being forced to watch it.

[video=youtube;YBNGXWpi0o0]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBNGXWpi0o0[/video]

The sublimely stupid part is that they would be cheering for the villains, criminals, sociopaths and liars. Kinda like going to a gangster film in a ghetto movie theater--where they cheer every time a murderous thug kills an innocent business owner, bank teller or cop.

Is it an exaggeration that Scientologists would enthusiastically stand up and cheer for criminals, thieves and liars? For the answer to that, simply go to any Scientology event.



 

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Cross-Posted from the thread "WHY SCIENTOLOGISTS ARE SO UNREAL"



lol In this lifetime
:yes:

(On this planet has become my favorite one - surpasses unprecedented order of magnitude..)



:hysterical::hysterical::hysterical:

There could be an entire thread about Scientology Cliches--particularly, how Scientologists use them as a personal repair tool--to synthetically jack themselves up (in their own estimation) to stratospheric or even galactic heights of omniscience & omnipotence.

Status is everything to Scientologists. Scientologists--generally being far too lazy, delusional or avaricious--don't have the discipline and patience to achieve something status-worthy. Instead, they adorn themselves with cliches that create instant status and stolen glory, without doing anything whatsoever to deserve it.

That's why Tom Cruise received an entirely new medallion, the Freedom Medal of Valor, upon being declared the world's "Most Dedicated Scientologist".

Scientologists are so acclimated to using hyperbolic cliches, that even their ordinary speech about quite ordinary things becomes threaded with bizarre chest-thumping superlatives. Example: Some Scientologists are discussing where they go for their favorite hamburger. Billy Blowdown (an OT VIII) quickly asserts his triumphant game-winning entry (delivered with tone 40 certainty!): "Well, some of those places you people mentioned are pretty darn good, but my new restaurant, "Blowdown Burgers" has absolutely the best burgers on this planet" Scientologists (upon hearing the hypnotically gravitas-inducing phrase "on this planet") would immediately & respectfully grow quiet, conceding that it must be true[SUP]1[/SUP].








[SUP]1[/SUP] REASON: Anyone capable of uttering "best burgers on this planet" must, necessarily, be extremely OT--or they would not have been capable of differentiating & assessing with so much certainty the comparison between earth burgers and burgers they tried while visiting other planets.
 

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PART II: Scientology "booster" cliches, designed to instantly boost one's self-esteem and status


In the early years of Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard frequently used to steal the "validation" and "admiration" of gullible Scientologists by frequently ending sentences with "on this planet".

However, as Dr. Hubbard's OTness expanded in subsequent years to unprecedented orders of magnitude, "on this planet" was dreadfully insufficient. That's when he was forced to invent a newer, even better booster cliche:


"Scientology is the only game
in the universe
where where everyone wins."


Who the hell is going to beat that? I mean, in order to assert that, he must have traveled and researched all the planets, solar systems and galaxies in the entire universe, people!

Dr. Hubbard rocks!
 

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PART III: Status Boosting Cliches - Do Scientologists really use those stupid cliches to stroke themselves (and each other) and speak like that?


ANSWER: LOL. All the time.


EXAMPLE #1:
Two (2) references to "...this planet" within the first 21 seconds!

[video=youtube;oekySiZ_qt0]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oekySiZ_qt0[/video]​



EXAMPLE #2
: A different "briefing". Again, two (2) references to "...this planet" within the first 19 seconds.

[video=youtube;_n8TM_3Xsv8]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_n8TM_3Xsv8[/video]​



EXAMPLE #3: After Hubbard's departure to do advanced research at Target II, loyal officer Ken Urquhart--who worked personally with Dr. Hubbard and now boasts a super status-ey opinion leader position in the world of Indie & FreeZone Scientology--had this to say in a "snarling defense" of his Commodore.

"There is no one of sufficient stature on this planet
to stand in judgment of L. Ron Hubbard."
-Ken Urquhart ("Loyal Officer")


Perhaps Ken is correct. That's why (to error on the side of safety) I sat down at my computer to write this post.

 
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This belongs in 100 Stupid Moments in Scientology.

****New Video**** by Christian Comedy Channel.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J8V8T31BcXc




Pretty amazing to watch. . .

A Scientologist who fervently believes that he is bringing "communication the universal solvent" to all mankind.

Yet the Scientologist cannot communicate to even one man--who is standing right next to him asking him questions.
 

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Conventional wisdom in the year 2015 has it that with the viral proliferation of internet availability, young adults are far too tech savvy to fall for propaganda by sociopathic cults like Scientology and Radical Islam.

Think again, because the culture appears to currently be celebrating the Golden Age of Stupid. . .


[video=youtube;oKosd0xJadE]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKosd0xJadE[/video]


I would imagine that this video is being played daily for Scientology registrars and body routers, to rehabilitate their spirits and restore hope.
 

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Heres a fine stupid moment.
Leah Remini at Tom Cruises wedding, hearing a baby cry for five minutes.
Goes to check it out and it's Suri Cruise only a few months old, LAYING IN THE BATHROOM FLOOR.
(With Sea Org members gathered round staring and wondering if she is L.Ron Hubbard.)

A baby laying on a bathroom floor is so despicable, that I could not even find any photos of such a thing on google images search.

However, Leah's face appeared frequently.
This yummy book is creating a buzz already.

I hate celebrity gossip, but you know what they say; "If it leads, it leads".

Okay, I just made that up.
But Tom Cruise is a strong leading man and the biggest being in the universe.

I bet Leah didn't have the fucking rank to ask why the baby was in the floor either!
 

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This belongs in 100 Stupid Moments in Scientology.

****New Video**** by Christian Comedy Channel.


I feel really sorry for this poor guy. There he was, dutifully handing out leaflets, when all of a sudden this shrill-voiced geezer appears, shoves a camera in his face, and starts ranting about the OTO, Jack Parsons (who blew himself up incidentally - he wasn't killed in a road accident) and Aleister Crowley.

I've handed Scientology leaflets out on the street myself. It's a job mainly reserved for those way down the pecking order in the Org. I wouldn't have had an answer to any of this guys questions either, that sort of stuff is what the cult does NOT want you to know about.

He stuck to his guns and practically all he said was "Would you like a leaflet?" Good for you mate!
 
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Heres a fine stupid moment.
Leah Remini at Tom Cruises wedding, hearing a baby cry for five minutes.
Goes to check it out and it's Suri Cruise only a few months old, LAYING IN THE BATHROOM FLOOR.
(With Sea Org members gathered round staring and wondering if she is L.Ron Hubbard.)

A baby laying on a bathroom floor is so despicable, that I could not even find any photos of such a thing on google images search.

However, Leah's face appeared frequently.
This yummy book is creating a buzz already.

I hate celebrity gossip, but you know what they say; "If it leads, it leads".

Okay, I just made that up.
But Tom Cruise is a strong leading man and the biggest being in the universe.

I bet Leah didn't have the fucking rank to ask why the baby was in the floor either!



Honestly, I don't even understand what that anecdote possibly means. People standing around looking at a baby?

Sounds like a scene from Polanski's urban gothic horror, ROSEMARY'S BABY. Or, maybe its sequel. . .


RON'S BABY

Chuck_Intro_Rosemary_large.jpg

Keyed out cult members have a huge win when Ron
reincarnates
as his own son.
It's the beginning of a Scn Holy Trinity--
The Founder, The Son & The Holy Ghosts (bts)
 
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