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And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #5245] Sat, 28 July 2007 22:56 Go to next message
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enjoyez-vous. *snicker*


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Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #5246] Sun, 29 July 2007 04:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Tuck needs to realize that cheerleaders aren't necessarily enemies. You'd think he'd have been taught that misidentify potential allies as enemies is dangerous as failing to ID potential enemies.

And I have to wonder if he's ever going to figure out that he can do Val's laundry at home.

The ending brought a few tears because it looks like Sarah is getting past the anger, even if only temporarily.

Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #5247] Sun, 29 July 2007 04:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Nice one, tired me out just reading it. I'm all Tuckered out and I need someone to Tuck me in. Smile

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Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #5248] Sun, 29 July 2007 07:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Brooke wrote on Sun, 29 July 2007 09:13

And I have to wonder if he's ever going to figure out that he can do Val's laundry at home.


I'd do a lot to see Tuck's face if Sarah's the one to point that out. Very Happy


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Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #5252] Sun, 29 July 2007 13:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I'm thinking that Sarah has figured out that she isn't losing a son, but gaining a daughter who's room looks like a son's.
Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #5254] Sun, 29 July 2007 20:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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rachel.greenham wrote on Sun, 29 July 2007 04:10

Brooke wrote on Sun, 29 July 2007 09:13

And I have to wonder if he's ever going to figure out that he can do Val's laundry at home.


I'd do a lot to see Tuck's face if Sarah's the one to point that out. Very Happy



Or if she finds out about him changing after leaving the house for Sunday brunch. And asks him why he doesn't just leave the house as Val.

Come to think of it, that *might* get him to blurt out "because you'd go postal on me!"

The look on her face when she realizes he's terrified of her temper...

And on his face if it gets her to give him the "It bothers me, but I'm not going to tell you not to do it" talk that is *way* overdue...

Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #5255] Sun, 29 July 2007 20:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Not That Mike wrote on Sun, 29 July 2007 10:04

I'm thinking that Sarah has figured out that she isn't losing a son, but gaining a daughter who's room looks like a son's.


Not sure she's quite ready for that. Especially since Tuck isn't sure himself.

But it looks like she's starting to accept *something*.
Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #5256] Sun, 29 July 2007 22:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Main reason why Tuck keeps changing at Rachel's instead of moving Val's wardrobe home, and keeps doing laundry at his job: Dressing as a girl bothers Sarah. Tuck knows that she's not handling the whole thing very well. Tuck has a whole lifetime of experience telling him that bothering Sarah is Not A Good Idea. So, for now he is trying to avoid confrontation.

A secondary reason might be being noticed by neighbors... except that in 130 chapters, I don't remember a single mention of neighbors. Either there aren't any (very unlikely) or the Tuckers don't socialize with them (more likely). Which means that Tuck is not worried about their opinion regarding... well, anything.

Now, Mike nailed it: Tuck's going "passive" again. At least he admitted it to himself this time. But he is showing all the spine of a marshmallow. I mean, is it too difficult to explain that he doesn't want a party because "I don't need FUN, I need REST. I'm still recovering, OK?"


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Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #5257] Mon, 30 July 2007 16:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Not That Mike wrote on Sun, 29 July 2007 10:04

I'm thinking that Sarah has figured out that she isn't losing a son, but gaining a daughter who's room looks like a son's.

I believe too much is being read into Sarah's nurturing mode. When Brian was agreeing with Sabrina's idea that Tuck should take a hot bath, the sibling rivalry bit was being suppressed by Brian. Tuck must be looking like crap and everyone sees it but Tuck.


Vectoring to a new subtopic:
From Chapt 130

"She was trying to apologize, that day, when she came by Tuck's house," Debbie answered Mike, like she wasn't surprised for him to be there. "And she wasn't one of the ones that hit you either, I checked," she said to me.


Until now, I thought that Jody was one of the attackers in the cheerleader locker room, which was the source of Jody's guilt (Chapter 104 indicated she had hit Tuck ...). Has anyone figured out which of the cheerleaders (Shannon and Ashlee?) did in fact attack Tuck by the dialogue of chapters past? I take it that this gets Jody somewhat off the hook with Tuck's friends and some us readers as well...Unless there is perjury about...

[Updated on: Mon, 30 July 2007 16:44]

Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #5258] Mon, 30 July 2007 21:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I think Jody did hit Tuck and feel guilty about but that either Debbie doesn't know that or is being dipomatic about it.
Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #5260] Fri, 03 August 2007 12:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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lurker wrote on Mon, 30 July 2007 13:22


I believe too much is being read into Sarah's nurturing mode.


I agree, she saw a very tired tuck and responded to that, no more, no less.

And the laundry thing, -A- I don't think sarah really would appreciate that and -B- how will brain respond, he doesn't know anything about val yet (if I am correct).
Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #5261] Fri, 03 August 2007 12:31 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Brian does know about Valerie but has not seen Tuck in Valerie mode. He found out when parentals were questioning Tuck about being dress as a girl at Mall. Brain has not been told that Tuck uses the name Valerie but has a clue from when he called Kelly for putting up posters.


Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #5262] Fri, 03 August 2007 16:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Josea wrote on Fri, 03 August 2007 09:31

Brian does know about Valerie but has not seen Tuck in Valerie mode. He found out when parentals were questioning Tuck about being dress as a girl at Mall. Brain has not been told that Tuck uses the name Valerie but has a clue from when he called Kelly for putting up posters.


Oh yeah right, looked up that horrible bedroom scene. Must have suppressed that memory. Confused
Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #5264] Wed, 22 August 2007 15:51 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Still no word from Travis.
His lover drops off the face of the earth and he must be crazy with anxiety.

Does Travis even have a last name for Valerie?
Does he have any way to contact Valerie other than the pager and a voice mailbox?
Has Tuck even checked for messages from Travis?
Has Lisa told him something to hold him off?
Is Ellen Hayes plotting something big?

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Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #5265] Fri, 24 August 2007 13:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Erik wrote on Wed, 22 August 2007 20:51

Is Ellen Hayes plotting something big?


Well, YAH! I mean, duh... Isn't that what you (collective) want me to do?


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Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #5266] Sat, 25 August 2007 17:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Erik wrote on Wed, 22 August 2007 12:51

Still no word from Travis.
His lover drops off the face of the earth and he must be crazy with anxiety.
Depends on whether Travis thinks it was over already before Valerie dropped out of sight, or alternatively, whether he thinks Val is ignoring him as a way of breaking off the relationship. (That'd hardly be a unique method of doing so.)

From his standpoint, first Val was lying to him; then she stopped contacting him completely. When he asked Lisa about it, all he got in response was "she's probably too busy".

If he really has gotten involved with someone else (Anne) since then, he'd undoubtedly be curious what happened, but hardly "crazy with anxiety".

There's also the possibility, un-Travislike as it seems, that he'd previously started cheating on Val by seeing Anne and now guesses that Val found out and chose this way of breaking it off.

Since he doesn't know about the attack on Tuck -- and, based on the situation with Bobby and Sheila #1 last December, probably wouldn't consider deserting Val if he did know -- he doesn't have reason for anxiety.

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Does Travis even have a last name for Valerie?
We haven't heard Val give him one, but it's hard to say. For one thing, we don't know how much he learned from Lisa back when he got her drunk last spring, assuming that incident really happened. Nor do we know whether the name came up when the Pack and Susan interrogated Travis, nor when Mike showed up to intercede and (apparently) give Travis the voicemail number.

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Does he have any way to contact Valerie other than the pager and a voice mailbox?
He has email contact with Amy, even if he doesn't have a direct address for Val. (He probably does have one, but we haven't seen him use it.) But mostly, he knows where and when Val is babysitting, and his mother knows Beth Parker. At very least, he could be driving by the Parkers' house and seeing that Val's car is still there.

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Has Tuck even checked for messages from Travis?
He's been checking the Tuck voicemail box fairly regularly recently. I don't know whether he remembers that there's a separate Valerie box (which only Jack was using) -- there's no reason to think he has been checking that one.

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Has Lisa told him something to hold him off?
She certainly did originally, while Tuck was recovering. We don't have any information on what if anything she's done since, after the Tuck-Debbie gun incident. (An exasperated "I don't know, and I don't care" would be my guess as to how Lisa would have reacted to any further inquiry by Travis.)

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Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #5267] Sat, 25 August 2007 18:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Eric wrote on Sat, 25 August 2007 14:54

But mostly, he knows where and when Val is babysitting, and his mother knows Beth Parker. At very least, he could be driving by the Parkers' house and seeing that Val's car is still there.


The car that has been repainted to a different color. Possibly since the last time he saw it?
Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #5268] Sat, 25 August 2007 23:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Not to mention the car that *disappeared* for a few weeks (from when Tuck was grounded and carless, until he was deemed "well enough" to drive there himself).

Let's speculate that Travis is curious but doesn't wish to involve adults in his relationship issues (a fairly common attitude). So, he wouldn't call the Parkers, nor would he ask his mother to find out for him. But he might drive by the Parkers once in a while to check. After a couple weeks with no sightings of Valerie's car, he might assume she's no longer working there.


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Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #7117] Mon, 02 July 2012 09:51 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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IDK about Travis not involving the adults but wouldn't he wait and see Kim? That is assuming that he waits and cools out after the argument for a few days. If he sees Kim at the Parkers would he know that Kim knew Val? Then if he remembered that would he approach Kim and ask about Val.

It seems to me that even though he was very shy at the beginning of the relationship that Travis has gotten somewhat more proactive with regard to Val.
Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #7224] Tue, 14 August 2012 01:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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If Travis was to meet Val, what would she do? Does he know that Tuck is Val?
Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #7288] Mon, 27 August 2012 04:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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stanman wrote on Mon, 13 August 2012 22:21

If Travis was to meet Val, what would she do? Does he know that Tuck is Val?


Go back and re-read the stories.

Val is who he knows. It's *Tuck* he's never met.
Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #7294] Tue, 28 August 2012 05:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Then Tuck could do a mind f**k on him then
Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #7296] Tue, 28 August 2012 21:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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If Travis didn't call him on it by recognizing him as Val and letting him know that he wasn't going to get away with the lie any more than he was going to get away with not telling Mike that he was having sex with Travis.

OTOH if he can convince Travis that he is Val's brother...? Who knows what he might extract from Travis.

I suspect that though Travis is not as experienced as Jack that he would see through the Tuck persona, especially if Tuck reacted as he usually does when he thinks he is going to get beaten. Which is fleeing.

Even with the story as it now stands in 142 there is a strong possibility that Tuck and Travis will cross paths at some point.
Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #7300] Wed, 29 August 2012 01:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Would Debbie out Tuck/Val to Travis?
Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #7303] Wed, 29 August 2012 20:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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stanman wrote on Tue, 28 August 2012 22:26

Would Debbie out Tuck/Val to Travis?


Um why? Why would she want to do that? Also since Val has reacted very negatively to Deb why would Travis believe anything that she says about Val?
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Getting even with Tuck for the break up.
Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #7308] Sat, 01 September 2012 01:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Debbie's behaviour since the breakup (and particularly since Tuck's rescue of her at the mall) has not been the one of somebody seeking revenge. If anything, it seems she is trying a rapprochement with Tuck. Even after Tuck mistook her for a cheerleader...


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Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #7309] Sat, 01 September 2012 06:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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True, but Ellen can change her [Debbie's] mind
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Well, if we are going that route, Ellen can do anything. Ellen can make Bill suddenly decide he misses the religious fanaticism of his birth family and turn into another Fred Phelps. Ellen can make all the jocks at school come out publicly as gay, and Dave (Rachel's roommate) decide he's straight after all. Ellen can make Sarah become oblivious to threats to her children and spend the days eating bonbons in front of the TV. Ellen can make all of Tuck's health problems go away with a visit from Dr. Leonard McCoy. But none of those make any sense in the context of the story as it stands now.

Yes, Ellen can take the story in any direction she wants. But she has given us hints of the directions she might take. She has consistently been careful to use only real-world, period-appropriate science -- so, it's extremely unlikely she will go the Star Trek route. In the same way, she has given us hints of what is going in Debbie's head, in the form of her behaviour up to now. It's highly unlikely that Debbie will suddenly break character and act opposite her current behaviour.

We can only speculate based on what Ellen has chosen to reveal us, extrapolating on the hints we have been given. If and when Ellen posts a chapter suggesting Debbie still harbours anger toward Tuck, we can come back to this. Until such a time, there's no point.

[Updated on: Sat, 01 September 2012 20:07]


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Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #7311] Sat, 01 September 2012 22:36 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Sir Lee,

IMO Stan is several bricks short of a load. Ellen will write a story that is internally consistent. For Debbie to suddenly decide (even after the shotgun incident) that she wanted to get into a pissing match with Tuck would be contrary to her presently reveled personality.

I'm choosing to ignore Stan's posts as they often don't make any sense.
Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #7312] Sun, 02 September 2012 05:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I am just waiting for Ellen to post more on Tuck. As much as I enjoy her Tucky Seasons, wondering what happens in mainstream Tuck.
Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #7313] Sun, 02 September 2012 10:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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To be honest I think that Ellen has written herself into a corner on that one. She has too much stuff that is supposed to happen between Black Friday (which is where the story stands) and Christmas or New Year's Day at the latest if I'm reading things correctly.

1. visit family in NY
2. winter camping
3. med appointments for Tuck
4. Tuck will want to be with friends (not that this will stop his family from trying to drag him along)
5. family (extended) meeting to discuss the medical (heritage) issues that Tuck's current problems (mosaicism not being beaten) may mean to the rest of the family even if they don't get into exactly what is happening to Tuck.
6. Tuck meets Travis somewhere where they are both alone and they have another scene... (my vote)
7. Lisa gets over her jealousy of Tu/Val and she invites hir to a threesome with Debbie... (never in 1000 years)
8. Tuck goes full time Val and moves into Pam's house? (not likely but more likely than 7.)
9. one more sleepover is planned before family leaves for NY

[Updated on: Sun, 02 September 2012 10:12]

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True, But wondering how she will continue Tucky Seasons. When does Valerie graduate?
Re: And now, the larch: Tuck 130 is up [message #7319] Tue, 04 September 2012 00:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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stanman wrote on Mon, 03 September 2012 14:41

True, But wondering how she will continue Tucky Seasons. When does Valerie graduate?


Uh Her dad said 6 weeks, Jane thinks it is indefinite, I happen to think that now that Tuck is at least not feeling like he's going to be sold into sex slavery he will cooperate and progress both as a girl and in Jane's program much faster than she expects.

One thing that will help is when Tuck is no longer falling down the stairs. I wonder how long it's going to take them to put together the idea that Tuck is comfortable portraying a girl and start to wonder... Razz
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Anne wrote on Mon, 03 September 2012 21:30

stanman wrote on Mon, 03 September 2012 14:41

True, But wondering how she will continue Tucky Seasons. When does Valerie graduate?


Uh Her dad said 6 weeks, Jane thinks it is indefinite, I happen to think that now that Tuck is at least not feeling like he's going to be sold into sex slavery he will cooperate and progress both as a girl and in Jane's program much faster than she expects.

One thing that will help is when Tuck is no longer falling down the stairs. I wonder how long it's going to take them to put together the idea that Tuck is comfortable portraying a girl and start to wonder... Razz


I have the feeling Jane is going to generate a bit of a clew{0} when she sees Val in a non-coerced informal social setting with a bunch of other girls. You'll know when Jane asks, "Just how long have you been playing at being Valerie, Eugene?"

The only things preventing this are Jane's insistence on formal dress and the member-of-the-idle-rich-class manners.

Of course, Jane should re-examine her assumptions about exactly who this kid is with every new revelation but that would void the story's premise.

OMG, can you imagine Tuck being paired with his grandmother at a bridge tournament? Either total screw-up due to nervousness or total wipeout of their opponents if not. Another OMG thought: what if Jane looks through Tuck's backpack? Hilarity may ensue.

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And will Ellen still have the [other] Eugene Wallace to somehow show up? What if Jane was to have a social event where Valerie and Charlene were paired with students from the other school that Tuck/Valerie was supposed to go to.
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The inmates of the boot camp would make a perfect pool of 'young gentlemen' to be dragooned into attending a Social Event. I haven't seen a corresponding pool of young women yet, however don't all young women want to have party for which they just have to dress up? The young men attending such an event are merely large and mobile components of the set designed to show off the women. {ducks Ellen's Shuriken Of Remonstration}
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My guess is that somewhere there must be a private girls school (if for no other reason than Ellen will invent one Laughing which will host a dance) some of the other choir members have mentioned doing cotillion too so whatever organization is sponsoring the cotillion is the suspect.

As much as I've seen mentioned of the now banned first version of Tucky Seasons I'm more interested in what Ellen will write this time. Maybe I'll get ambitious and look it up and maybe not. Not knowing how long ago I have to look for the defunct version sort of keeps me from doing so....
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mkemp wrote on Tue, 04 September 2012 16:47


OMG, can you imagine Tuck being paired with his grandmother at a bridge tournament

"Ert," Valerie moaned, then fainted.
"What the HELL are you playing at?" the older woman demanded. "Get UP!"

Then, hilarity ensues...


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Hi Ellen,

From this note One hopes you are well and writing. Yes indeed much hilarity would ensue if Val was to be the partner of hir grandmother... I wonder, with the blonde wig, would grandma still place the face as related to Susan?
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