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Re: What time is Karma 101 with Prof Steegie-San
« Reply #100 on: Apr 9th, 2009, 7:08am »
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Thanks for the welcoming spirit, Dubs... I'm gettin' excited!
 
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Moving right along, the first official move has been made...  After overhearing about a faculty meeting at CIIS tomorrow (Thursday, that is) and considering that that RA-ship that is in the works for me for next year would probably be a topic of discussion, I thought tonight (PST) was the time for me to let them know what's up.  I wanted to wait until next week when things start to officially break on the other end, but I thought it would be pretty jerky of me to let them potentially put the RA-ship all together only for me to say, "Thanks, but no thanks," less than a week later.  So, here we go...  Incidentally, on the other end, not, as I stated above, that I think it really matters, but I am still waiting out UConn.
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Re: What time is Karma 101 with Prof Steegie-San
« Reply #101 on: Apr 11th, 2009, 10:34am »
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How did they take the news that you are leaving?  Hope all went well.
 
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Re: What time is Karma 101 with Prof Steegie-San
« Reply #102 on: Apr 11th, 2009, 10:55pm »
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Thanks for asking, C-Dub!
 
How I did it,... I sent them an e-mail on Wednesday night (Thursday wee hours).  It was a "Steggiesque" 5-pager. I laid it all out on the line, in the process giving them some serious love and props and expressing to them how they and CIIS are a part of my scholarly and philosophical fabric.  In fact, I didn't mention this, but, if I at all maintain the Tibetan Buddhist/Dalai Lama aspect of my work, I would almost definitely be contacting Dr. Goodman of CIIS and petitioning the department to allow him to serve as an outside advisor and reader of my dissertation.  Anyway, though, I received a very gracious response from the chairman of the department, who I like a ton, but is the professor with whom I am the least close, and to date it is the only response I have received.  With that said, my guy Dr. Wu and Dr. Sircar are on the older/elderly side and don't really do e-mail all too well.  I'm a bit surprised to have not heard back from Dr. Goodman, but I can only think that he, probably like Dr. Wu, just wants to express his feelings to me in person.  I mean this is surely a BITTER-sweet circumstance for them, at best.  But, per the above, with the possibility of Goodman working as a hired gun on a dissertation at a better institution is a good thing for him and, thus, them.  So, there is surely a positive spin here for all involved.
 
I'll take this opportunity to also update you guys on things one last time before it all anticipatively goes final next week.  It's just so wild when the path you are supposed to take becomes so clear, when all the arrows point in a particular direction, when you are one with the Dao.
 
Last week, I finally heard back from the Chinese Philosophy guy at Utah, Dr. Eric Hutton.  Truth is, he has an analytic approach, which, though perhaps slightly differently directed, I think I too have.  I think he would be a good mentor for me.  Furthermore, he has little to no patience for Ames, my nemesis, which on some level I of course like, but I think he goes a little too far because, after all, I am inspired by Ames and do think he has the right sensibility to a point.  But, all that aside, bottom line, he commences a one-year sabbatical next fall, and the department has him slated for all undergraduate courses come the following fall when he returns.  So, while I would still be able to meet with him from time to time during his sabbatical, there would potentially be only one semester, spring 2011, when I would be able to take a course with him.  That's not gonna cut it.  Making things worse, I never heard back from the (one) phenomenology guy (they have) (no less in the exuberantly supportive way like the SIU guy), and I actually heard that there is a chance he may not be staying at Utah.  And, those are the only two professors in the department that could mentor me in a way specific to my interests and strengths.  At the end of the day, while Hutton would be good for me (but he is going to be M.I.A. for one of my two anticipative coursework years) and I am sure I could make it work if I had to, the department is not that great of a fit.  Just okay.
 
As for UConn, even if I get accepted it will not be in time, April 15th that is, but, in any event, not with enough time for me to feel out the relevant professors.  But, even with that said, when I go down the department faculty list, it is not promising, similar makeup to that of Utah's, with the exception that the phenomenology guy isn't one foot out the door.  Furthermore, from what I know of his work, the Chinese Philosophy guy there, Dr. Joel Kupperman, would in my estimation rank the lowest of the, say, four guys in play here:  Dr. Douglas Berger of SIU, Utah's Hutton, Dr. Yi Wu of CIIS, and then finally it would be UConn's Kupperman.  It's just that UConn would have put me a relative stone's throw from my mom's, which is not an insignificant factor on the personal side of the ball with baby Monica Marie aboard and my mom's getting up in age.
 
The fact that there is actually a school, a public school no less, that has BOTH a Chinese/Buddhist Philosophy guy, who specializes in Confucius, and a Catholic Philosophy/Personalism guy, who specializes in Wojtyla, is truly unbelievable.  It's like SIU, of all schools if I may say, was tailor-made for me.  And, on the personal side of the ball, we're sort of back toward my mom.  In fact, it's what's going to allow us to get back to Jersey this summer for a little bit (and for the GBRFL Summer Meeting and Draft ).  Go, Salukis!!! ...
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Re: What time is Karma 101 with Prof Steegie-San
« Reply #103 on: Apr 12th, 2009, 8:13pm »
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WOW, I just had the opportunity to read all of this.  Pretty cool news that you have finalized SIU.  What the heck are the odds they have a  Confusion/Pope/Buddist philosphers all in the same place?  Too weird......  Funny how things like that work out.
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Re: What time is Karma 101 with Prof Steegie-San
« Reply #104 on: Apr 12th, 2009, 10:18pm »
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Well, not quite yet, Double D, though, yes, the conclusion is, for all intents and purposes, foregone, and in fact I need to give my decision(s to SIU and Utah) by this upcoming Wednesday.  The fact that a Philosophy Department at a public school has this combination is utterly amazing, especially from the Wojtyla side of the ball.  Honestly, since returning to graduate school, I always knew about the Chinese/Buddhist guy at SIU, which, as you guys have perhaps come to know through me, is a rarity in and of itself in a Philosophy Department, but, to be quite honest, I didn't even think to look down SIU's Philosophy Department faculty list for a Wojtyla guy.  There was just no way, I thought.  Upon further more thorough review after being admitted, I spotted the guy (whose exuberant e-mail response to me I copy-and-pasted above) who does Max Scheler, whose philosophy Wojtyla's is largely inspired by.  At the end of the day, truth is, they may be the ONLY public school in America with a Wojtyla guy.  That having been said, wait 'til you hear with just a little more specificity the rest of the reason why I will choose SIU.. ... In any case, though, thank you for the love, brother D! Be on the lookout for the announcement of my final decision soon...
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Re: What time is Karma 101 with Prof Steegie-San
« Reply #105 on: Apr 13th, 2009, 8:55pm »
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SIU-C has been a bit behind the ole   in terms of  ...in fact President Poshard was politely told to go back to the drawing board and come up with a better plan by his governing board...i.e. we are not going to raise the tuition and fees again this year...at least not to the extent recommended by Poshard and administration...that's not all bad, my Board of Directors have sent me back a few times as well.
 
That said, I don't see them scrimping on attracting quality scholars to the University.  So don't let my post get you a little   about things.  Lines may get a little longer; paint may have to last an extra year; copy machines; computers, etc.  
 
They are not going to cut back on building Saluki Way or the academic side of things.
 
I think you will be impressed by the space and beauty of the university.  Though you will we teaching and taking classes in the same area...the campus is actually huge!
 
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Re: What time is Karma 101 with Prof Steegie-San
« Reply #106 on: Apr 13th, 2009, 9:45pm »
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In the original standard acceptance letter signed off on by the Director of Graduate Studies of SIU's Philosophy Department, which incidentally I received by e-mail, it actually stated that:  "If you applied for a teaching assistantship, please be advised that economic shortfalls have had a very detrimental impact on our program this year, so there is a slim chance that we will have any to offer."  Then, a couple hours later, I received another e-mail from the Department Chair with the "dealski". By way of your post C-Dub, I don't know if this was the leap you were looking for me to make, but what I take from all this is that I should really value and treasure what they are doing for me here and the fact that I am one of the ones still getting it, and, gosh darn it, don't look the gift-horse in the mouth too deeply and, moving forward, don't squander it.  But, I digress...  I just had e-mail communication with the Chair at UConn, and a "bigger" announcement is about to be made here at some point tonight...
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Re: What time is Karma 101 with Prof Steegie-San
« Reply #107 on: Apr 14th, 2009, 3:32am »
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That's all she wrote, folks...  Decision's in...  Utah, thanks, but no thanks...  UConn, at the very least, I can no longer wait...  Southern Illinois University,... Dubs, The Rick,... HERE COME THE Stegemans!!!  GO SALUKIS!!!  The cross-country tour in the FantasyFootballer.com mobile (to see what I mean, go here:  http://www.fantasyfootballer.com/cgi-bin/theGridiron/YaBB.cgi?board=58;a ction=display;num=1119464907;start=11) will commence sometime between, say, May 20th and June 20th.  Will the Stegs be coming to a town near you???
 
As for those of you especially close with the Stegeman family, you will appreciate knowing that, besides all of the philosophical support the professors at SIU have shown me, they've also, as the "proverb" says, "shown me the money!"  Don't get me wrong, now...  Grad students don't get rich.  BUT, SIU stepped up to the plate and gave me a FULL tuition-waiver PLUS a teaching assistantship.  I'll be in the classroom teaching in just a matter of months.  I'll be getting paid to get my Ph.D., like most top-notch doctoral students.  This is something I feel like I've deserved for some time,... earned over time that is.
 
And, by the way, fellas, a quick honorable mention in all this...  The school that I mentioned above that prompted all this and to which I owe a sort of thanks, even though I didn't get in, was SUNY Buffalo.  The scholar that my research had turned me on to was Dr. Jiyuan Yu.  It's neither here nor there, ultimately, but it surely was not an insignificant domino in my life.
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Re: What time is Karma 101 with Prof Steegie-San
« Reply #108 on: Apr 16th, 2009, 9:51pm »
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Yup, in the current economic environment you are in deed fortunate to have received a free ride from SIU-C.  However, given your academic credentials and enthusiasm for the field, I believe SIU-C is blessed to have won the competition for your services.
 
Now Stego, cut the poor student slugs a little slack in the classroom!   Welcome ABOAAAARD!
 
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Re: What time is Karma 101 with Prof Steegie-San
« Reply #109 on: May 18th, 2009, 9:10pm »
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What a turn of events!!! Not that it really, substantively matters as I have already signed the contract with Southern Illinois and am already registered for classes, but it looks like I am going to be accepted by the University at Buffalo (my original #1 choice, though I do not necessarily think that would be the case anymore given SIU's having a Wojtyla guy, Dr. Stikkers, and the e-mail responses I received from him and the Chinese Philosophy guy, Dr. Berger) after all, and despite its being irrelevant at this point it still feels kind of good (considering all the rejection I have endured). In a VERY RARE turn of events, I received an e-mail out of the blue today from the Director of Graduate Studies of UB's Philosophy Department in which it was indicated that the department has decided to re-review my application as it is believed that it had not been given "due care". What do ya know?  Redemption! In other news on this front, also as it turns out, I did not get into UConn. I just received that letter on Friday. Again, though, it's all kind of moot at this point... due to the Salukis!!!
 
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    In general, though, I feel that this roller coaster I call a life is a tale worth telling, and that is why I share it with you all, insofar as I sometimes feel that I am cursed and, yet, somehow also blessed by the inability of people to really understand me. I really feel that I rank rather highly among the misunderstood. I think this very web site attests to that. Yet, the great appreciation I receive from those close to me who do get me far outweighs the headaches I get from those who do not even though the number of the latter far exceeds the former... at least to this point in my life. I'm optimistic moving forward, though.
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Re: What time is Karma 101 with Prof Steegie-San
« Reply #110 on: May 21st, 2009, 3:26am »
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Well, final final paper done for CIIS...  I'll miss ya!  This was a good little chapter in my life, for sure.  But, it's on to SIU and a better situation for myself and my little Steglits!
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« Reply #111 on: May 26th, 2009, 10:42pm »
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Nate's fiance is a graduate from the philosophy department at SIU and she is convinced given your interests that you have made a great choice at SIU.
 
Look forward to meeting you in the near future.
 
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Re: What time is Karma 101 with Prof Steegie-San
« Reply #112 on: May 28th, 2009, 5:59am »
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I too CAN'T WAIT... to meet you guys... and to get started at SIU! It's lookin' like we'll be there around July 15th.
 
By the way, I have a pending private message in to your son on this, but could you all make sure to ask her about Dr. Stikkers (he's the one who wrote that utterly supportive e-mail response that I quoted here)?  Nateman told me her positive take on Dr. Berger (the Buddhist/Chinese Philosophy guy), but Stikkers (the Personalism/Wojtyla guy) may actually be even more key for me.  I'm also a little curious about Dr. Auxier.  He is the editor of The Pluralist (the relevance of which can be found on this thread by those interested enough; 'tis funny how small the world is and how things work out...).
 
Also, I want to share with yous the final piece I did at CIIS (which I make mention of above).  I do my homework and academic engagement for sure, but it is MY philosophy,... even more so than the Confucius-Wojtyla piece which is still more of a "research" paper.  I navigate academic content, but I'm doing MY dance. At the very least, after a Ph.D. load of coursework (four years) it is a nice culmination-type essay. Here's a link:  http://www.internetstitute.com/Self-finalpaper.pdf.  Please feel free to share thoughts and/or pose questions, to "engage"...
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Re: What time is Karma 101 with Prof Steegie-San
« Reply #113 on: Jun 19th, 2009, 2:08pm »
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Heya, Nateman, All...  At this Society of Asian and Comparative Philosophy conference in Asilomar, California I attended this past week, I met Drs. Berger and Tyman.  I also met a handful of graduate students, my favorite of which was a dude named Carl Dull.  Anyway, SIU had the biggest contingent at the conference, eight if you include me, five graduate students and three professors.  UH, with whom they somehow incorrectly associated me per my nametag (I ultimately registered as a student at CIIS), which kind of pissed me off mind you, but which is a school I must admit is a powerhouse in this field, only had five, one professor, Dr. Ames, and four grad students, all friends of mine.  (Brown, another powerhouse due to Dr. Henry Rosemont, only had two, him and one grad student. )  It really was a great experience.  Dr. Berger is TOTALLY cool. I ended up driving him to the airport, actually, at the end of the conference.  We're in love! Though I wasn't presenting, I represented myself well, and, to wit, his comment to one of my CIIS colleagues who approached and spoke with him, was "We're excited to have Steve.  We think he's a GREAT FIT."  After now speaking and interacting with him in some depth and with Dr. Stikkers in mind, I couldn't agree more, and THAT really is the key in grad school, especially at the Ph.D. level. ALSO, I must say that Dr. Ames and I made great strides toward burying the hatchet.  Between that and the interaction I had with my old UH friends that were there, it really was a time of healing. That said, make no mistakes...  I held my own and held my "position". A career can be made picking apart and going beyond the limitations and, at times, ill-logic of the Amesian vision, and I strongly anticipate taking such a career path... Actually, based on various conversations I had, the cracks are already showing, and I am just the guy to exploit them based on my, what I (and I think Ames and Rosemont) take to be, almost unrivaled understanding of his (and ultimately their) philosophy... and modus operandi.  ANYway,... to be continued...
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« Reply #114 on: Jun 19th, 2009, 5:18pm »
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Humm, glad you hit it off with the SIU contingent.  It can be a pretty demanding place and relationships with the profs is certainly a key...though production and end product is what in the end matters.  
 
I think you will like the academic rigors of SIU...most don't understand how tough the university really is a the grad level.  Good luck!
 
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« Reply #115 on: Jul 6th, 2009, 5:39pm »
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Well, the Stegeman's are off...  My last post from 724 Smalley Ave., Hayward, CA #3... See ya, Cali... Helllllooo, Southern Illinois... and A LOT in between here and there!  Guys and gals, suffice it to say I'm going to be (mostly) in communicado for at least the next 10 days or thereabouts...  All the best...  See yous on the other side,... some other side!!!
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on Jul 6th, 2009, 5:39pm, StegRock wrote:
Well, the Stegeman's are off... My last post from 724 Smalley Ave., Hayward, CA #3... See ya, Cali... Helllllooo, Southern Illinois... and A LOT in between here and there! Guys and gals, suffice it to say I'm going to be (mostly) in communicado for at least the next 10 days or thereabouts... All the best... See yous on the other side,... some other side!!!

 
Well,... maybe not, after all... Yup, this comes to you from 724 Smalley Ave..., Hayward...  It's a looooong story...  I'm not going to go into it now.  Sitting uncomfortably on the hard floor... is breaking my back.  Let's just say, it primarily deals with an overloaded little FantasyFootballer.com mobile, and the local post office's closing at 5:00,... oh,... and a VERY cool and kind-hearted landlord and on-site managers.  Anyway, we'll have some making up to do on the road tomorrow.  We're gettin' there, Chuck (who in fact is doing me a big favor vis-a-vis the above), Nate, and The Rick!  We're on our way,... sort of...
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Re: What time is Karma 101 with Prof Steegie-San
« Reply #117 on: Jul 8th, 2009, 4:31pm »
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Where u at today stegfam?!?  
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« Reply #118 on: Jul 11th, 2009, 10:51pm »
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Heya, fellas, Nateman...
 
So, we actually ended up departing the Bay area a day later than scheduled, Tuesday, the 7th, and late at that.  Only made it to Reno on Tuesday night, where I thought we would be on Monday night, so we were "officially" a whole day behind schedule.  We did make up a bunch of time on Wednesday in Nevada, though I did get... ... and we did spend two nights in the state, in Reno, on the Cali border, and Wendover, on the Utah border.  The salt lake(s) on Rt. 80... INCREDIBLE!  Spent the next night in Grand Junction, Colorado, and, despite all my years in Colorado, I had never been.  What a town!  After finishing out my Ph.D., I'll be applying to Mesa State for work someday, for sure.
 
Anyway, for more on the "Tour de Steg" and some pics to go with it, head on over to my latest post here:
 
http://www.fantasyfootballer.com/cgi-bin/theGridiron/YaBB.cgi?board=58;a ction=display;num=1185832268;start=50.
 
Stuff won't be in Carbondale until the 18th, so we're definitely going to slow down a bit.  We'll be pulling into SIU, I would say, around late on the 15th or sometime on the 16th or maybe even the 17th.  Nateman, I know your pops is going to be in receipt of a couple boxes we sent by USPS, and uncle "The Rick" in St. Louis we're thinking/hoping will be next on the tour, so, if you could pass this info on to them, it would be much appreciated!
 
Lastly, Jim O'Dell, if you are reading this, again, we'll be in town for a bit more.  Also, I did get to go through your old digs in NorCal, Vacaville.  Seemed like a nice town.
 
Alright, over and out, guys and gals...
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« Reply #119 on: Jul 15th, 2009, 11:36am »
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Pullin' up stakes in Salina, Kansas...
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« Reply #120 on: Jul 16th, 2009, 11:49am »
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About a 185 miles out from Carbondale...  We'll be at SIU TODAY,... in a few hours in fact!!!
 
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« Reply #121 on: Jul 31st, 2009, 1:42am »
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Okay,... after hanging out in our cool new digs at SIU Carbondale for a couple weeks, we are back "on the road again",... heading to mom's in New Jersey,... spending the night in Indiana.  Just wanted to check in and say, "Hi!"
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Re: What time is Karma 101 with Prof Steegie-San
« Reply #122 on: Aug 1st, 2009, 10:30am »
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Steggies soon to be pulling out of western Pennsylvania and (after one more day's worth of driving) pulling into mom's on the Jersey shore...
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Re: What time is Karma 101 with Prof Steegie-San
« Reply #123 on: Aug 2nd, 2009, 12:21am »
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At mom's!!!  , BUT... ...
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Re: What time is Karma 101 with Prof Steegie-San
« Reply #124 on: Aug 4th, 2009, 8:48am »
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How did your mom make out with all of the recent storms? I know much of Central and Southern Jersey got hit pretty hard. My town got hit with a tornado on Friday evening (as you know, tornadoes are pretty rare in Jersey) and another big storm blew through mid-day on Sunday.
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