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- Sat, 07 Oct 2017 00:27:56 EST E6bsQzg9 No.173686
File: 1507350476769.jpg -(121903B / 119.05KB, 449x650) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Cig recommendations
Hey y'all! I've never been super into cigarettes, occasionally smoking with friends as a teen. I'm 22 now and enjoy a nice cigar every now and then but was wanting something to smoke when i drink that isn't as expensive as cigars. I bought my first pack today, Camel Turkish Golds because the store didn't carry Royals, shich I remember enjoying when I was younger. Anyways I really like the taste of these but they seem to burn really fast and for how expensive it is I'd like it to be a bit more worthwile. Can anyone recommend something that is flavorful and smooth but long lasting? Thanks!
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Eliza Tootman - Sun, 12 Nov 2017 06:05:10 EST sXrdcCyf No.173728 Reply
>>173686
>I've never been super into cigarettes

Get back to us in a couple of months on that one, I bet you'll love them by then.
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Molly Bunderlork - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 23:38:15 EST g6PoLRpv No.173753 Reply
>>173686

I dont know what happened to royals, but the flavor chamged since i started and hasn't been right since. I like marlboro lights and marlboro 27s when i feel like getting dirty.

But i stopped smoking for the most part. Favorite flavor now though is the 27s, co.ing from a guy wjo started with royals.
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Doris Marringstone - Sun, 10 Dec 2017 20:28:23 EST maMZnKqP No.173774 Reply
golds are my all time favs just stick with em you made a good choice bruddah

Tobacco Herb Vaporizors

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- Thu, 30 Nov 2017 03:27:55 EST 9Goxxf19 No.173763
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So I'm a no good addict to that sweet sweet tobacco leaf (usually smoking nice shredded with cannabis is a bong) and I need to quit because word on the street is benzene and cyanide is bad for your health. Anyone try a tobacco vape? I'm not talking about nicotine vapes, they're harsh, I don't trust the carriers for everyday use even though they're GRAS, and they look kinda gay. I need the full alkaloid tobacco profile.
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Hannah Fumblehat - Sat, 02 Dec 2017 02:20:53 EST bWTfWIYj No.173764 Reply
>>173763
Haven't tried any. But I've been interested as well, I'm a pipe smoker and I'd miss all the good mixtures. Been thinking of building a homemade heater thing out of a clay pipe (they can be thrown into a fire and survive, actually how you "clean" them), and then wrap the bowl in nichrome (same as in toasters) wire. Then find the right wattage for a good temp.

You know you're addicted when

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- Mon, 16 Jan 2017 21:33:18 EST sJ4uNEeY No.173215
File: 1484620398464.png -(421247B / 411.37KB, 704x528) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. You know you're addicted when
>light up
>throw up
>keep smoking
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Cedric Nevingban - Mon, 27 Nov 2017 23:09:28 EST +P8YpYR4 No.173755 Reply
>Dose 2C-E
>Throw up a multitude of times
>Go Aztec again in the future
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Nathaniel Borringnag - Wed, 29 Nov 2017 03:45:53 EST 8tOmzkdf No.173759 Reply
>>173215
>wake up every 15 minutes with high blood pressure
>smoke to relieve symptoms
>hands don't maintain heat as well
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Phineas Brimblelad - Wed, 29 Nov 2017 16:41:36 EST tTlzzGiJ No.173760 Reply
>>173759
>wake up every 15 minutes with high blood pressure

I have no fucking idea what this is supposed to mean but you should probably see a brain doctor real soon.

My contribution to the thread is this: Fuck these withdrawals up the ass.

FUCK EM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Favorite cigar to smoke while drinking?

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- Mon, 17 Oct 2016 01:18:19 EST JDzTXy0f No.173027
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And why is it the Oliva Serie V?
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Eliza Dartwater - Wed, 15 Nov 2017 17:37:00 EST h/ttAh2S No.173744 Reply
>>173027
If i'm drinking lightly then I'll buy a Rocky Patel vintage 1995.
If I'm drinking heavily I'll buy an ACID cigar, usually a nasty.
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Phyllis Nicklebury - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 19:00:00 EST HtmQU51v No.173751 Reply
don't know much about cigars, but I walked past a cigar place the other day it they smelt really good. I don't think I would like a big cigar personally, but the cigarillos look about right in size. What are some decent ones to try out? I don't want to get the nasty ones I see the rednecks and Basketball-Americans smoking, those smelt like shit, which is why I was surprised how good the smoke shop ones smelt.

So is there some decent priced cigarillos?
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Matilda Seddlewire - Tue, 28 Nov 2017 01:09:01 EST h/ttAh2S No.173757 Reply
>>173751
If you can find the cohibas that come in tins those are good

What kind of tobacco products do you use

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- Wed, 09 Dec 2015 16:38:50 EST vvuy7t0b No.170757
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ITT post what method (snus/dip/cigs/vape etc) you do and how much you use.

I gave up smoking and now snort crushed nicotine lozenges (4-6mg). Shit feels like legal coke. Never tried Snus, wondering if it gives a good nicotine "buzz"
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Eliza Dartwater - Wed, 15 Nov 2017 17:34:29 EST h/ttAh2S No.173743 Reply
I used to smoke cigarettes, but I gave them up because they got too expensive (that's partially my fault for buying Dunhills mostly) and I didn't want to deal with the smell and the side effects.

Now I only smoke cigars, but I've been thinking of getting a pipe.

Filtered cigars vs cigarettes

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- Thu, 27 Apr 2017 23:47:46 EST NatyOEJ/ No.173459
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I cant find too much about this surprisingly, but my friend just got fed up with the smoking prices about a month ago and noticed filtered cigars are cheap as hell (about 1.50$ a pack) and quit his camels and picked up those from then on. He says the only big difference is the time it takes to smoke one but he just cuts the filters in half with his pocket knife and he can take bigger drags and says once he does that its the same. Im a casual smoker, about a pack a week and was curious so I ordered a carton for 11$, if I dont like them I can sell them to my friend if I do I can keep em. But my question is, is there really an difference between the tobacco or nicotine in the filtered cigars vs a normal cigarette? I dont mind if they dont taste as good as long as they give me a nicotine buzz
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Charles Snoddock - Thu, 04 May 2017 03:41:14 EST hDSJwgYX No.173470 Reply
>>173468
>stealing poor people cigarettes
Shine on, you rat bastard.
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Eliza Dartwater - Wed, 15 Nov 2017 17:27:30 EST h/ttAh2S No.173742 Reply
>>173467
>If you like cigars but like cigarettes more I would urge you to try them since its a good mix of both

are you sure you're smoking tobacco? These are nothing like actual cigars, the only similarity is the name.
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Samuel Degglecocke - Sun, 26 Nov 2017 22:51:52 EST mKf1xk6m No.173752 Reply
>>173742
Its been quite a while since I made this thread and since then I've tried a handfull more filtered cigars just to get a better feel for them, some are like a cigarettes child that was raised by a cigar, some are more of a halfway point. Recently I picked up a few packs of talon cigars for a little more than filtered cigars usually are but that isnt saying much, still only about 2$ a pack, but they come much closer to a half-way stepping stone between cigars and cigarettes than anything Ive smoked before, they burn for about 10 minutes each and the flavor is very much that of a cheap cigar. Probably close to a Dutch Master or a Phillie in terms of how full the tobacco flavor is and overall 'tone' of how the smoke taste and feels. But with that said, much more of the filtered cigars out there are more or less just cigarettes with a flavor closer to pipe tobacco that are just insanely cheap. I stand by my statement, if you like cigars but like cigarettes more pick up a pack and see how they feel.

the next trip to a life time through tobacco

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- Thu, 26 Oct 2017 17:16:08 EST od38FJaK No.173709
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Dokha- an middle east tobacco not cured with molasses leaving it to be a herb like powder. Normally smoked just through a pipe and mildly smoked on until content was a whole new experience when smoked through a water-pipe.

Bringing me straight to my knees, heaving for air not knowing what would bring me to my feet, made me a new person after collapsing. These collapses would be a regular thing of my day for a mere week. After that couldn't find the substance again.

My question to the world is not where to find it but can anyone relate or have similar experiences?
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Ian Navinghot - Sun, 29 Oct 2017 20:49:07 EST J7WxAhB5 No.173711 Reply
>>173709

Haha I love dokha! I first tried it at a rave while candy flipping, and it blew my mind.

I regularly smoke this sh!t and always insist others smoke it with me
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Edwin Blatherhood - Sun, 12 Nov 2017 12:01:38 EST bWTfWIYj No.173730 Reply
>>173709
Also, I didn't see before, but you'd rather have more dokha than something else? If you'd just search for dokha you'd find places online that sell it. The most common and reputable ones ship worldwide.
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Graham Hannerspear - Sat, 18 Nov 2017 21:51:25 EST qcCxYCCb No.173747 Reply
>potentiate
Sounds like punk ash. Natives up here call it "Eskimo blow"

Pipe Dreamers General

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- Thu, 03 Aug 2017 19:08:17 EST mbCt+SBh No.173594
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I occasionally pop into this sub as I used to be a big smoker, but I never see any threads about pipe smoking. I originally bought a cheap wooden pipe and a tin of Dunhill Nightcap to cut down on cigarette smoking and actually found it to be recreational rather than just feeding a nicotine habit. The taste of a fine pipe tobacco is actually delicious on the palette and dragging on a pipe is a great way to unwind.

Has anyone else taken on pipe smoking? Discuss your favorite brands, pipes, etc. in here if you wish.

Just ordered a few tins of Peterson Wild Atlantic, Brigham Heritage Blend, C&D Snug Harbor and can't wait to try them out. There has to be some more pipe smokers on here, unfortunately it seems like it's a dying scene what with all the bad rap smoking gets these days, I figure the few of us who still enjoy a good pipe full of tobacco should have a place here to muse about it.
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Lydia Gidgefut - Sun, 15 Oct 2017 08:45:14 EST FblDX/JV No.173700 Reply
>>173663
Even fuckin Carter Hall I can't keep lit for more than five minutes at a time.
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Wesley Himmergold - Tue, 14 Nov 2017 04:20:10 EST 2Jux8C6B No.173733 Reply
>>173700
I would place my set amount of tobacco on a paper napkin to dry for about 5 to 10 mins. Fill my pipe to the brim with said tobacco. Form ball/plug from leftover tobacco and stuff into bowl in a circular pattern vs. pressing straight down. Plug bowl with paper napkin wad for later date. When ready to enjoy make sure you get a proper cherry and tamp lightly all while practicing your puffing cadence/ techniques

Cigars

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!M6R0eWkIpk - Sun, 30 Apr 2017 15:55:26 EST BktLdD9L No.173464
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So, i quit for 2 years cold turkey. the other day i was offered a cigar and thoroughly enjoyed the fuck out of it.
i'm smoking a Bances and have some montecristos here...
what is everyone enjoying today?
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Phoebe Branderfoot - Mon, 01 May 2017 04:51:05 EST GYS0vXPI No.173465 Reply
>>173464
Drew Estate Java, dude it's like smoking straight chocolate and coffee
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Samuel Pindlebat - Sun, 08 Oct 2017 17:46:56 EST BrsMfcGD No.173688 Reply
>>173465
Have to agree with this guy, Drew Estate makes some good cigars. Try the ACID line it's a great introduction to cigars, my personal favorite is Nasty.

My go to cigar though has been the Rocky Patel 1990 or 1992 vintage.
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Sophie Choblingridge - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 13:16:27 EST Z87LvMOh No.173712 Reply
>>173688
>tfw ACID Blondie was my first cigar
>despite this, prefer maduros/double maduros
life is good

That mystic romanticism.

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- Wed, 04 Oct 2017 00:04:50 EST +P643Utw No.173680
File: 1507089890839.jpg -(64754B / 63.24KB, 709x480) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. That mystic romanticism.
So I'm quitting cigarettes right now and i got most of it under control. Got enough coping mechanism tools in my tool box so to speak. got some nice whiskey to sip on and some nice kush to smoke on to get through the next two weeks of bitchiness.

the only thing i'm having trouble with is that mystic romantic feeling cigs provide. I miss it. =\

It's hard to describe, but like... imagine your visiting a mountain lodge with your family as a teenager. they finally fall asleep in their room and you're in your room. you climb out the window and walk out onto the balcony. the sky is crystal clear and ice cold. ...

The act of sitting on my balcony under the night's sky, looking out over the trees as a cool breeze washes over me, and slowly taking a drag of that most glorious of poisons.

....god i dont know. its like i know its all a load of bullshit i tell myself to justify my addiction and blah blah blah non smokers dont even feel this and the night is beautiful in itself... but....

...but its right here. i feel its beauty.

.... Listening to The Doors' End of the Night in total darkness..

staying up on acid looking at the stars with your best friend until the sun rises.

just..not the same without cigs. you know?

i cant even put my thoughts into words ._. maybe im insane. maybe once i quit smoking i wont be able to access this mystic mental space again.
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Matilda Girrynere - Wed, 04 Oct 2017 11:01:18 EST x3uFhVhT No.173681 Reply
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No.

I’m not going to tell you to stop that, but I will tell you you’re wrong.

I too am quitting dip (well snus, I switched to it in hopes of mitigating the health effects, but found that the reason I wanted to quit was indeed nicotine itself, not just the form it comes in). And I understand exactly what you mean. It’s a lie you tell yourself.

I mean, I’ve always known it was, I tell myself the same thing. I’ve had some similar amazing moments with tobacco as the conductor in that train of consciousness. But it’s not actually that, that makes the moment pleasurable.

Sure, it might be the element that makes it *special*, per se. After all, that’s how it exists in your memory. There’s no erasing that, and you shouldn’t; tobacco played a part in your life during that time.

You similarly though, consider the bad times. The reasons you’ve wanted to quit so many times and are finally doing it (maybe, again, not for the first time). And there’s a point where you realize it’s time to move on. You spiritual at all? At some point you’ll have an awakening, and it’ll be significant for you whether or not you’re using tobacco regularly - but I can guarantee the tobacco itself will play the most minimal of roles.

In my life, although I’ve had those romantic moments myself, the role lady baccy has predominantly served in my life is that of self-loathing and insecurity, and the inability to do what I know needs to be done but still won’t do it for reasons completely unknown to myself.

Anyway I can’t redpill you through flowery text. All I’ll suggest to you is that you’re fucking wrong - and that’s not even a bad thing, just funny that you might go even longer while amicably lying to yourself to put off realizing it in its starkness a bit longer.

I hope I myself don’t, though.
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Angus Gicklewill - Fri, 06 Oct 2017 10:42:14 EST iQPjrDwx No.173685 Reply
I know its sounds cliche as fuck, but what mostly helped me with this, was meditation.

Some peolpe say jogging in open spaces give this in the now feeling, some say yoga does it, for me its meditation and painting.

What you need to realize, its that the cigarette just worked as an anchor, for you to realize the moment, if you had no cig, you would sit there and get distracted by your thoughts, not realizing the beauty of the moment, but since you have a point of attention, the cig, you easily get in the now.

What you need to find, is more stuff that gives you the in the now, mystic sensation.
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Augustus Drundernine - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 21:45:07 EST +P643Utw No.173708 Reply
>>173681
flowery text helps more than you'd think (:

talking about it withyou helped..

>the role lady baccy has predominantly served in my life is that of self-loathing and insecurity, and the inability to do what I know needs to be done but still won’t do it for reasons completely unknown to myself.

that is fucking 100% true for me. I know exactly that feeling, the self-loathing and insecurity just under the surface, and the inability to get stuff done very very far under the surface... just as true as the mystic romantic feeling, for me at least.

I guess its not worth it to accept all of that as a package deal.

Feeling strange

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- Wed, 23 Aug 2017 02:43:47 EST 5nP3xMde No.173618
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I have been smoking cigarettes regularly for just over 7 years. I have been known to smoke, let's say on average, 13 cigarettes in a typical day. I love cigarettes and have had no problems with them and have frequently mixed them with caffeine pretty much my entire time enjoying them. But lately, out of nowhere, I get really dizzy, anxious, light headed, and break out in a cold sweat if I smoke them. Even just one starts to bring on these feelings and this hasn't really been a long time coming it just happened out of the blue one day after I had chain smoked a few and drank a cup of coffe and has been happening every time I light one up ever since. I was wondering if anyone might have an idea as to what's going on with me as my tolerance hasn't changed and I haven't been experiencing any lung or throaty issues to accompany these feelings. It's just a cold sweat, headache, numbness, dizziness to the point of feeling like I'll pass out, and nausea. Any insight would be greatly appreciated thank you.
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Samuel Billingridge - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 03:36:51 EST +g/BEP9L No.173690 Reply
>>173678
He is in fact wrong. Nicotine happens to be a great psychiatric drug (outside its addictiveness). Anxiety, deppression, and focus. Not to mention they think it may help slow neural degeneration.
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Doris Pisslehall - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 06:39:55 EST 0fCNjjmG No.173695 Reply
I noticed that I started having the same issues when my anxiety disorder got really bad or when I smoked just too much. I decided to quit and I've been fine for 3 years.

That feeling when

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- Sun, 15 Oct 2017 14:40:32 EST 1aogG0e8 No.173701
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You've been out of smokes all day and the food delivery guy offers you a Newport 100
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Sarry Sarrison - Sat, 21 Oct 2017 14:39:25 EST fXIOUMNn No.173707 Reply
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Thanks for the awesome post. We still don't care.

NB

Current pack of cigarettes

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- Wed, 16 Dec 2015 14:11:53 EST 4BhQdaMp No.170789
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What are you smoking on
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Samuel Billingridge - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 03:29:20 EST +g/BEP9L No.173689 Reply
>>170789
As an Anerican 20 minutes from the border, I'll buy smokes in Canada with the grizzly pictures. Then I get good laughs horrifying everyone back home as I casuallly take out a pack of lung cancers.
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Martha Meshfoot - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 17:25:45 EST LygDgFk1 No.173697 Reply
a royal dutch mini

the dodgy shop guy was selling them single
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Isabella Bunbanks - Thu, 30 Nov 2017 01:00:50 EST 04EOQJcc No.173762 Reply
>>171016

Literally listening to Johnny Hobo as I read this, mind blown nb

I fucked up and need to post goats

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- Wed, 09 Aug 2017 14:04:46 EST JPXPUQWF No.173607
File: 1502301886588.jpg -(897646B / 876.61KB, 3000x2000) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. I fucked up and need to post goats
Kenny hotz said "did you touch your fucking goat"
Ep who can be tied to a goat the longest.
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Harry Harrison - Tue, 12 Sep 2017 00:45:10 EST fXIOUMNn No.173645 Reply
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This thread turns me on.
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Sarry Sarrison - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 19:27:38 EST fXIOUMNn No.173692 Reply
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I said this thread turns me on.

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