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Knowed Out 08-29-2019 03:46 PM

IQ1: Are you head coach of the Baltimore Ravens?
IQ2: Are you IQ1's brother, coach of Michigan?
IQ3: Were you the first head coach of the Chicago Bears?

De La Rue 08-29-2019 04:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by atimnie (Post 21831923)
IQs

IQ1: Did you inspire the stage name of perhaps the greatest magician/escape artist of all time?
IQ2: Were you the star of "Safety Last"?
IQ3: Did you attempt an assassination to impress a movie star?

IQ1: I am not Robert Houdin.
IQ2: I am not Harold Lloyd.
IQ3: I am not John Hinckley.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Knowed Out (Post 21832286)
IQ1: Are you head coach of the Baltimore Ravens?
IQ2: Are you IQ1's brother, coach of Michigan?
IQ3: Were you the first head coach of the Chicago Bears?

Take 3 DQs.

DQs:
1. real
2. male

Elendil's Heir 08-30-2019 12:55 AM

Previous IQs:

Did you play Mickey on L.A. Law? - Yes, Harry Hamlin
Did you and your wife once break a bed, as your wife embarrassedly told domestic staff? - Yes, Harry Truman, during his and Bess's extended stay at Blair House
Were you FDR's cadaverous aide, who lost a son during WWII? - Harry Hopkins

Harry x3!

DQ:

Last name start with H?

IQs:

Were you Stonewall Jackson's near-legendary mapmaker?
Did you die in San Francisco in 1870, before you could write your memoirs?
Were you the first flag officer of the Continental Navy?

Knowed Out 08-30-2019 08:06 AM

Quote:

IQ1: Are you head coach of the Baltimore Ravens?
IQ2: Are you IQ1's brother, coach of Michigan?
IQ3: Were you the first head coach of the Chicago Bears?
Take 3 DQs.
John Harbaugh, Jim Harbaugh, George "Papa Bear" Halas

DQ: Alive?
DQ: Last name begin with H?
DQ: American?

Prof. Pepperwinkle 08-30-2019 08:19 AM

IQs:

1) Did your company eventually expand to create "the Great American Chocolate Bar"?
2) Did you often hang around with Churchy la Femme in the comic strip Pogo?
3) Were you on of the few survivors in the play Hamlet?

De La Rue 08-30-2019 10:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Elendil's Heir (Post 21832973)
IQs:

Were you Stonewall Jackson's near-legendary mapmaker?
Did you die in San Francisco in 1870, before you could write your memoirs?
Were you the first flag officer of the Continental Navy?

Take 3 DQs.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Prof. Pepperwinkle (Post 21833221)
IQs:

1) Did your company eventually expand to create "the Great American Chocolate Bar"?
2) Did you often hang around with Churchy la Femme in the comic strip Pogo?
3) Were you on of the few survivors in the play Hamlet?

1) I am not Milton Hershey.
2) I am not Howland Owl.
3) I am not Horatio.

DQs:
1. real
2. male
3. first name starts with H
4. dead
5. American

(Knowed Out: note that EH already asked about the last name starting with H)

Knowed Out 08-30-2019 11:10 AM

Missed EH's DQ. Change my "Last name begin with H" to "Holding a DQ"

Elendil's Heir 08-30-2019 12:45 PM

Previous IQs:

Were you Stonewall Jackson's near-legendary mapmaker? - Jedediah Hotchkiss
Did you die in San Francisco in 1870, before you could write your memoirs? - Maj. Gen. George H. Thomas, the Rock of Chickamauga (he always used the "H.")
Were you the first flag officer of the Continental Navy? - Esek Hopkins

DQs:

Political/military?
Died since 1900?

One DQ reserved.

IQs:

Did Monty Python depict you, ahistorically, falling from a modern building?
Were you the person mentioned in his last words?
Were you the plucky young hero of the movie The Iron Giant?

Prof. Pepperwinkle 08-30-2019 01:00 PM

Swept me.

IQs:

1) Did you write Godel, Escher, Bach?
2) Were you a famous 20th Century Amerian caricaturist?
3) Did you compose The Planets?

De La Rue 08-30-2019 01:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Elendil's Heir (Post 21833634)
IQs:

Did Monty Python depict you, ahistorically, falling from a modern building?
Were you the person mentioned in his last words?
Were you the plucky young hero of the movie The Iron Giant?

Respectively:
I am not Horatio Nelson.
I am not Hardy.
I am not Hogarth.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Prof. Pepperwinkle (Post 21833661)
IQs:

1) Did you write Godel, Escher, Bach?
2) Were you a famous 20th Century Amerian caricaturist?
3) Did you compose The Planets?

1) I am not Douglas Hofstadter.
2) I am not Al Hirschfeld.
3) I am not Gustav Holst.

DQs:
1. real
2. male
3. first name starts with H
4. dead
5. American
6. not political/military
7. died after 1900

Elendil's Heir 08-30-2019 02:18 PM

Swept me, too!

IQs:

Was Louise the wife of your best-known character?
Did you allegedly say, "Taxes are for little people"?
Did Arthur C. Clarke write a short story about the destruction of your husband's grave?

Prof. Pepperwinkle 08-30-2019 02:50 PM

And swept again. Hmm.

IQs:

1) Did you write the hymn Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty?
2) Were you aka Rex Tyler?
3) Were you a 20th Century gossip columnist known for your hats?

De La Rue 08-30-2019 03:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Elendil's Heir (Post 21833759)
Swept me, too!

IQs:

Was Louise the wife of your best-known character?
Did you allegedly say, "Taxes are for little people"?
Did Arthur C. Clarke write a short story about the destruction of your husband's grave?

Respectively:
I am not William Holden.
Take a DQ.
I am not Helen of Troy?

Quote:

Originally Posted by Prof. Pepperwinkle (Post 21833804)
And swept again. Hmm.

IQs:

1) Did you write the hymn Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty?
2) Were you aka Rex Tyler?
3) Were you a 20th Century gossip columnist known for your hats?

1) Take a DQ.
2) I am not Hourman.
3) I am not Hedda Hopper.

Slow Moving Vehicle 08-30-2019 03:33 PM

Previous IQs:

IQ1: Were you FDR’s Secretary of Commerce, and a key architect of the New Deal and the Lend-Lease program? - Harry Hopkins

IQ2: Were a former vice-president who ran against Richard Nixon, during which campaign a famous picture was taken of a hole in your shoe sole? - I was thinking of Hubert Humphrey, yes. Was it Adlai Stevenson who had the hole-in-shoe picture? In any case, correct.

IQ3: Were you an Irish-Italian mafioso-turned-F.B.I. informant, whose story was the basis of a classic Mafia movie? - Correct, Henry Hill. This was an "H.H" trifecta!

Quote:

Originally Posted by De La Rue (Post 21831567)
...
IQ1: Take a DQ.
IQ2: Isn't this Adlai Stevenson? Were you also thinking of Humphrey?
IQ3: I am not Henry Hill.

DQ: Known for the creative arts?


IQ1: Are McDonald's characters considered a rip-off of your show?
IQ2: Were you a New York Times investigative journalist who covered Watergate?
IQ3: Did you burn the topless towers of Illium?

Prof. Pepperwinkle 08-30-2019 05:13 PM

Quote:

And swept again. Hmm.

IQs:

1) Did you write the hymn Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty?
2) Were you aka Rex Tyler?
3) Were you a 20th Century gossip columnist known for your hats?
1) Take a DQ.
2) I am not Hourman.
3) I am not Hedda Hopper.
#1 was Reginald Heber. Correct on the others.

1 DQ reserved.

atimnie 08-30-2019 05:34 PM

IQs

IQ1: Were you one of the most recorded session drummers of all time, and a member of the Baja Marimba Band?
IQ2: Were you a Broadway producer/director who started your career with The Pajama Game?
IQ3: Were you a musician and band leader known for the songs Got a Date with an Angel and Gloomy Sunday?

Prof. Pepperwinkle 08-30-2019 06:05 PM

IQs:

1) Were you one of the three main cast members (the fat Welsh singing one who played Neddie) of the highly acclaimed BBC radio series of the 1950's and 1960's, The Goon Show?
2) Did you have a hit with the British Music Hall song With 'Er 'Ead Tucked Underneath 'Er Arm?
3) Did you have a hit with the British Music Hall song A Little Bit Of Cucumber?

De La Rue 08-30-2019 06:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Slow Moving Vehicle (Post 21833887)
IQ1: Are McDonald's characters considered a rip-off of your show?
IQ2: Were you a New York Times investigative journalist who covered Watergate?
IQ3: Did you burn the topless towers of Illium?

IQ1: I am not H.R. Pufnstuf.
IQ2: Take a DQ.
IQ3: I am not Helen of Troy.

Quote:

Originally Posted by atimnie (Post 21834038)
IQs

IQ1: Were you one of the most recorded session drummers of all time, and a member of the Baja Marimba Band?
IQ2: Were you a Broadway producer/director who started your career with The Pajama Game?
IQ3: Were you a musician and band leader known for the songs Got a Date with an Angel and Gloomy Sunday?

IQ1: Take a DQ.
IQ2: I am not Hal Prince.
IQ3: Take a DQ.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Prof. Pepperwinkle (Post 21834066)
IQs:

1) Were you one of the three main cast members (the fat Welsh singing one who played Neddie) of the highly acclaimed BBC radio series of the 1950's and 1960's, The Goon Show?
2) Did you have a hit with the British Music Hall song With 'Er 'Ead Tucked Underneath 'Er Arm?
3) Did you have a hit with the British Music Hall song A Little Bit Of Cucumber?

1) I am not...Henry Something? I can only think of Sellers and Milligan.
2) Take a DQ.
3) Take a DQ.

DQs:
1. real
2. male
3. first name starts with H
4. dead
5. American
6. not political/military
7. died after 1900
8. not known for the creative arts

atimnie 08-30-2019 06:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by De La Rue (Post 21834089)
not known for the creative arts

Well, there go all my guesses.

The drummer was Hal Blaine, the band leader was Hal Kemp.

DQs

DQ1: Were you a scientist?
DQ2: If journalism is not considered a creative art, were you a journalist? If it is, were you an inventor?

Slow Moving Vehicle 08-30-2019 06:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by De La Rue (Post 21834089)
IQ1: I am not H.R. Pufnstuf.
IQ2: Take a DQ.
IQ3: I am not Helen of Troy


IQ1: Correct.
IQ2: Seymour “Si” Hersch.
IQ3: Correct.

DQ1: Journalist?

IQ1: Were you an Anglo-Dutch actress, who suffered privation and hunger as a child in post-war Holland, leading you to become a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, advocating for children and refugees?

IQ2: Were you an American actress known for your tart tongue, no-nonsense attitude, and unwillingness to conform to gender norms (like preferring pants to skirts and dresses)?

IQ3: Were you first the kidnapper, then lover of Mary Queen of Scots, nicknamed the “Wizard Earl of Bothwell”?

Prof. Pepperwinkle 08-30-2019 07:50 PM

Quote:


IQs:

1) Were you one of the three main cast members (the fat Welsh singing one who played Neddie) of the highly acclaimed BBC radio series of the 1950's and 1960's, The Goon Show?
2) Did you have a hit with the British Music Hall song With 'Er 'Ead Tucked Underneath 'Er Arm?
3) Did you have a hit with the British Music Hall song A Little Bit Of Cucumber?
1) I am not...Henry Something? I can only think of Sellers and Milligan.
2) Take a DQ.
3) Take a DQ.
#1 was Harry Secombe.
#2 was Stanley Holloway.
#3 was Harry Champion.

DQ: Died after 1959?

3 DQs reserved.

Elendil's Heir 08-31-2019 12:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Slow Moving Vehicle (Post 21833887)
Previous IQs:

IQ1: Were you FDR’s Secretary of Commerce, and a key architect of the New Deal and the Lend-Lease program? - Harry Hopkins....

I'd already asked about Harry Hopkins (post 253).

Previous IQs:

Was Louise the wife of your best-known character? - I'll rephrase. Which William Holden film was this?
Did you allegedly say, "Taxes are for little people"? - NYC hotel queen Leona Helmsley
Did Arthur C. Clarke write a short story about the destruction of your husband's grave? - Not Helen of Troy, but Anne Hathaway, Shakespeare's wife

DQs:

Died after 1950?
Best known for a single incident?

One DQ reserved.

IQs:

You are not William Holden. Was Louise the wife of your best-known character?
Were you born in London but raised in Cleveland?
Did you live in Troublesome Gulch?

De La Rue 08-31-2019 10:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Slow Moving Vehicle (Post 21834110)
IQ1: Were you an Anglo-Dutch actress, who suffered privation and hunger as a child in post-war Holland, leading you to become a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, advocating for children and refugees?

IQ2: Were you an American actress known for your tart tongue, no-nonsense attitude, and unwillingness to conform to gender norms (like preferring pants to skirts and dresses)?

IQ3: Were you first the kidnapper, then lover of Mary Queen of Scots, nicknamed the “Wizard Earl of Bothwell”?

IQ1: Take a DQ.
IQ2: I am not Jean Harlow?
IQ3: Take a DQ.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Elendil's Heir (Post 21834415)
Previous IQs:

Was Louise the wife of your best-known character? - I'll rephrase. Which William Holden film was this?

Network.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Elendil's Heir (Post 21834415)
IQs:

You are not William Holden. Was Louise the wife of your best-known character?
Were you born in London but raised in Cleveland?
Did you live in Troublesome Gulch?

Respectively:
I can't think of any other fictional married Louises at the moment. Take a DQ.
Take a DQ.
I am not Hopalong Cassidy?

DQs:
1. real
2. male
3. first name starts with H
4. dead
5. American
6. not political/military
7. died after 1900
8. not known for the creative arts
9. not a scientist
10. not a journalist
11. died after 1950
12. acclaimed in his own profession, but best known for a single thing

Prof. Pepperwinkle 08-31-2019 11:24 AM

DQ: Known for business?
2. Died after 1999?

2 DQS remaining

Slow Moving Vehicle 08-31-2019 09:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Slow Moving Vehicle (Post 21834110)
IQ1: Correct.
IQ2: Seymour “Si” Hersch.
IQ3: Correct.

DQ1: Journalist?

IQ1: Were you an Anglo-Dutch actress, who suffered privation and hunger as a child in post-war Holland, leading you to become a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, advocating for children and refugees?

IQ2: Were you an American actress known for your tart tongue, no-nonsense attitude, and unwillingness to conform to gender norms (like preferring pants to skirts and dresses)?

IQ3: Were you first the kidnapper, then lover of Mary Queen of Scots, nicknamed the “Wizard Earl of Bothwell”?

Quote:

Originally Posted by De La Rue (Post 21834696)
IQ1: Take a DQ.
IQ2: I am not Jean Harlow?
IQ3: Take a DQ.

1: Audrey Hepburn. She won a Presidential Medal of Freedom for her advocacy work.
2: Katharine Hepburn. Beginning to see a theme?
3: James Hepburn, fourth Earl of Bothwell, and a distant ancestor of Katharine. A Hepburn trifecta! I won't take a DQ for this, though, because I conflated him and his nephew, Francis Stewart, fifth Earl of Bothwell, who was accused of plotting with Satan, earning him the nickname.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Elendil's Heir (Post 21834415)
I'd already asked about Harry Hopkins (post 253).

Yeah, I saw your answer after I posted my IQs. Didn't realize Hopkins was the answer to your question.


DQ1: Known for a crime?
DQ2: Known for a physical or athletic feat?

IQ1: Did you ask the question, "Why can't the English teach their children how to speak?" in song?
IQ2: Were you the actor who played IQ1?
IQ3: Did your lover swim the Hellespont between Europe and Asia, to come to you?

De La Rue 08-31-2019 10:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Slow Moving Vehicle (Post 21835417)
Yeah, I saw your answer after I posted my IQs. Didn't realize Hopkins was the answer to your question.

Actually, it looks like you (SMV) asked about Hopkins first.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Slow Moving Vehicle (Post 21835417)
IQ1: Did you ask the question, "Why can't the English teach their children how to speak?" in song?
IQ2: Were you the actor who played IQ1?
IQ3: Did your lover swim the Hellespont between Europe and Asia, to come to you?

IQ1: I am not Henry Higgins.
IQ2: I am not Rex Harrison.
IQ3: Take a DQ.

Slow Moving Vehicle, note that atimnie already asked about the person being a journalist, so you have one more DQ.

DQs:
1. real
2. male
3. first name starts with H
4. dead
5. American
6. not political/military
7. died after 1900
8. not known for the creative arts
9. not a scientist
10. not a journalist
11. died after 1950
12. acclaimed in his own profession, but best known for a single thing
13. not known for business
14. died before 1999
15. not known for a crime
16. known as an athlete, but single thing doesn't relate to athletic prowess

Knowed Out 09-01-2019 01:05 PM

DQ: Noted for endorsing a product or service?

IQ1: Did you get caught soliciting the services of Foxy Brown?
IQ2: Did you play Perseus in the first Clash of the Titans?
IQ3: Did you provide the animation for the same movie?

Elendil's Heir 09-01-2019 01:29 PM

Ah, yes, Network. Thanks, DLR.

Previous IQs:

You are not William Holden. Was Louise the wife of your best-known character? - Sherman Helmsley in All in the Family and The Jeffersons; he called her "Weezie," of course.
Were you born in London but raised in Cleveland? - Bob Hope
Did you live in Troublesome Gulch? - Gary Hart

DQs:

Associated with NYC?
Greatest fame before 1950?

Two DQs reserved.

De La Rue 09-01-2019 02:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Knowed Out (Post 21836076)
IQ1: Did you get caught soliciting the services of Foxy Brown?
IQ2: Did you play Perseus in the first Clash of the Titans?
IQ3: Did you provide the animation for the same movie?

IQ1: Take a DQ.
IQ2: I am not the previously-mentioned Harry Hamlin.
IQ3: I am not Ray Harryhausen.

DQs:
1. real
2. male
3. first name starts with H
4. dead
5. American
6. not political/military
7. died after 1900
8. not known for the creative arts
9. not a scientist
10. not a journalist
11. died after 1950
12. acclaimed in his own profession, but best known for a single thing
13. not known for business
14. died before 1999
15. not known for a crime
16. known as an athlete, but single thing doesn't relate to athletic prowess
17. noted for connection to a product or service
18. not associated with NYC
19. greatest fame in profession before 1950

Well, we're nearing the end. Please ask all earned DQs by 5PM EDT tomorrow (9/2).

Prof. Pepperwinkle 09-01-2019 08:26 PM

DQs:

1) unusual first name?
2) known from the Olympics?

De La Rue 09-01-2019 08:39 PM

DQs:
1. real
2. male
3. first name starts with H
4. dead
5. American
6. not political/military
7. died after 1900
8. not known for the creative arts
9. not a scientist
10. not a journalist
11. died after 1950
12. acclaimed in his own profession, but best known for a single thing
13. not known for business
14. died before 1999
15. not known for a crime
16. known as an athlete, but single thing doesn't relate to athletic prowess
17. noted for connection to a product or service
18. not associated with NYC
19. greatest fame in profession before 1950
20. unusual first name
21. not known from the Olympics

Slow Moving Vehicle 09-01-2019 09:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Slow Moving Vehicle (Post 21835417)

IQ1: Did you ask the question, "Why can't the English teach their children how to speak?" in song?
IQ2: Were you the actor who played IQ1?
IQ3: Did your lover swim the Hellespont between Europe and Asia, to come to you?

Quote:

Originally Posted by De La Rue
IQ1: I am not Henry Higgins.
IQ2: I am not Rex Harrison.
IQ3: Take a DQ.

Slow Moving Vehicle, note that atimnie already asked about the person being a journalist, so you have one more DQ.


1: Correct, 'enry 'iggins.
2: Correct, Rex Harrison
3: Hero, from the Greek myth of Hero and Leander.

DQ1: Player of a team sport? (As opposed to a golfer or runner or tennis player, etc.)
DQ2: Celebrity endorser?

De La Rue 09-01-2019 09:52 PM

DQs:
1. real
2. male
3. first name starts with H
4. dead
5. American
6. not political/military
7. died after 1900
8. not known for the creative arts
9. not a scientist
10. not a journalist
11. died after 1950
12. acclaimed in his own profession, but best known for a single thing
13. not known for business
14. died before 1999
15. not known for a crime
16. known as an athlete, but single thing doesn't relate to athletic prowess
17. noted for connection to a product or service
18. not associated with NYC
19. greatest fame in profession before 1950
20. unusual first name
21. not known from the Olympics
22. player of a team sport
23. Not exactly a celebrity endorser, but known for something related to implicitly promoting something

Elendil's Heir 09-02-2019 12:03 AM

Can't figure out who this is. I yield my two remaining DQs, one apiece to whoever would like to ask them.

Knowed Out 09-02-2019 09:46 AM

Quote:

IQ1: Did you get caught soliciting the services of Foxy Brown?
IQ2: Did you play Perseus in the first Clash of the Titans?
IQ3: Did you provide the animation for the same movie?
IQ1: Take a DQ.
IQ2: I am not the previously-mentioned Harry Hamlin.
IQ3: I am not Ray Harryhausen.
Hugh Grant

DQ: Associated with a scandal?

De La Rue 09-02-2019 09:52 AM

DQs:
1. real
2. male
3. first name starts with H
4. dead
5. American
6. not political/military
7. died after 1900
8. not known for the creative arts
9. not a scientist
10. not a journalist
11. died after 1950
12. acclaimed in his own profession, but best known for a single thing
13. not known for business
14. died before 1999
15. not known for a crime
16. known as an athlete, but single thing doesn't relate to athletic prowess
17. noted for connection to a product or service
18. not associated with NYC
19. greatest fame in profession before 1950
20. unusual first name
21. not known from the Olympics
22. player of a team sport
23. not exactly a celebrity endorser, but known for something related to implicitly promoting something
24. not associated with a scandal

De La Rue 09-02-2019 01:11 PM

It looks like all DQs have been asked, unless someone wants to take up EH's remaining two. Please get in all final questions* in the the form of "Are you Firstname Lastname?" by midnight EDT tonight (9/2).

*and the two leftover DQs if you want to

atimnie 09-02-2019 02:02 PM

I'll take a DQ:

Is your name on a product?

De La Rue 09-02-2019 02:49 PM

DQs:
1. real
2. male
3. first name starts with H
4. dead
5. American
6. not political/military
7. died after 1900
8. not known for the creative arts
9. not a scientist
10. not a journalist
11. died after 1950
12. acclaimed in his own profession, but best known for a single thing
13. not known for business
14. died before 1999
15. not known for a crime
16. known as an athlete, but single thing doesn't relate to athletic prowess
17. noted for connection to a product or service
18. not associated with NYC
19. greatest fame in profession before 1950
20. unusual first name
21. not known from the Olympics
22. player of a team sport
23. not exactly a celebrity endorser, but known for something related to implicitly promoting something
24. not associated with a scandal
25. name and image are on a product (technically a product, I guess)

Elendil's Heir 09-02-2019 03:10 PM

Still stumped.

Whoever wins this round should start a new thread for September, please.

Prof. Pepperwinkle 09-02-2019 03:54 PM

Righto.

DQ: Are you Honus Wagner?

De La Rue 09-02-2019 04:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Prof. Pepperwinkle (Post 21837498)
Righto.

DQ: Are you Honus Wagner?

Yes, I am Honus Wagner! Depicted on one of the rarest and most valuable baseball cards in the world, and acclaimed as a great player in his own right.

Next round (and the September thread) goes to the Prof.

Prof. Pepperwinkle 09-02-2019 04:17 PM

Link to September thread: https://boards.straightdope.com/sdmb...4#post21837534

Elendil's Heir 09-02-2019 05:30 PM

Good one! ISTR I had ol' Honus as my own Botticelli subject a year or so back, but can't find it now. Congrats, PP.


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