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MCU Chronological Viewing Part Two: Iron Man, Incredible Hulk, and Iron Man 2

Let’s just say that leg two of the MCU race has not been nearly as enjoyable as part one. (If this is your first time checking in on my Marvel challenge, you should check out my original post here and Part One here.) I had a feeling this was going to be my least favorite section of the challenge, and so far, I was right. But a lot happens that is important to the MCU as a whole, so while I didn’t particularly enjoy these films, I’m glad I watched them. And hopefully I can give you some good notes so you don’t have to suffer like I did! Part Two:

Iron Man 

The Basics: Iron Man was actually the first project in the MCU in terms of release date, though the story of Captain America takes place first in terms of time. Released by Paramount in 2008, Iron Man stars Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Terrence Howard, and Jeff Bridges. At the time of publishing, Iron Man is available on Amazon Prime.

Important Plot Points: Much as the first Captain America takes us through the “creation” process for Cap, Iron Man follows much the same trajectory. The main difference is that Tony Stark creates his own superhero persona as he sees it as his only way out of a pretty dire situation (kidnapped by terrorists). Stark learns that his business partner (Bridges) has been selling weapons to terrorists, and the final showdown is between Iron Man and the guy who has basically been like a father to him. We do meet Agent Coulson in this film, and it’s our first introduction to SHIELD, which has not established its acronym yet.

End Credits Scene: After Tony admits to being Iron Man in the final scene of the movie, Nick Fury shows up at his house and tells Tony he wants to talk to him about the Avengers Initiative.

My Reaction: This was not my first time seeing Iron Man, though it has been years since I’ve watched it. I remember liking it before, but I did not love it on this re-watch. The beginning of the movie is hard to watch given the current political climate. Seeing Tony being captured by terrorists, and then learning his company has been providing said terrorists with weapons–weapons that we see are used to kill innocent people–is disturbing to say the least. I also am not a huge fan of Gwyneth Paltrow, and though many like the couple together, I found the way they constantly talked over each other to be grating. Also, it’s amazing how far we have come with graphics and tech in just the nine years between this film and Thor Ragnarok. It looks dated, which is a shame because many of the other movies have held up better.

Rating: 7 out of 10, I’m meh about the whole thing.

The Incredible Hulk

The Basics: Released by Universal just one month after Iron Man in 2008, Incredible Hulk stars Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth, and William Hurt (with a random appearance by Ty Burrell). As of this posting, Incredible Hulk is available on HBO Now.

Important Plot Points: Again, like Iron Man and Captain America, this movie takes us through the creation of the Incredible Hulk. And I seriously think that is the only important part of it. Bruce Banner takes some experimental drugs and turns in a huge, green monster.

End Credits Scene: Important note if you are watching on HBO Now–the end credits scene is before the credits, not after. But the scene entails Tony Stark approaching Hulk’s former boss about the Avengers.

My Reaction: Okay. Lots of thoughts here. I pretty close to hated watching this movie for many reasons, but the main one is that because none of these actors appear in later films, it feels completely disconnected from the MCU. It also is, so far, the only movie released by Universal, which is odd and may account for why it feels disjointed. I found it hard to connect with Edward Norton’s Hulk because in my mind, Mark Ruffalo is the Hulk I know and love. I also can’t stand Ed Norton, so there’s that. I couldn’t help but notice that all of the problems in this movie stem back to narcissistic male egos. First, with General Ross, who “creates” Hulk in the first place, and then with Blonsky, who pushes the limits of the power so far he turns himself into a monster. People die because this particular group of men are egomaniacs. Eff that. Hated the plot. Didn’t like the actors. The best thing I can say about it is that it’s short.

Rating: 4 out of 10, and I feel like I’m being generous.

Iron Man 2

The Basics: The main players from the original cast return for Iron Man 2, released in 2010 by Paramount. The film stars Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, and Scarlett Johansson. As of this posting, the movie is available to rent from Amazon for $3.99.

Important Plot Points: The US government is trying to get a hold of the plans for the Iron Man suit so they can create an army of super soldiers (which is the same basic premise as the Hulk movie, which we all know turned out great). A crazy Russian named Ivan (Mickey Rourke) is able to replicate the suit, despite Tony’s insistence that it’s impossible. Turns out, Ivan’s dad used to work for Howard Stark and Howard got him deported. So he’s pissed about that. Tony’s weapons rival hires Ivan and Ivan becomes the typical Russian bad guy and creates a whole army of robots–no operator necessary–and sets them loose on the Stark version of the World’s Fair. In order to help Tony defeat the robots, Rhodes dons one of the prototype Iron Man suits and becomes War Machine for the first time (though he is not referred to as War Machine during the movie). It’s important to note that between Iron Man and Iron Man 2, Don Cheadle takes over the role from Terrence Howard, and is Rhodey from this point on. In addition to battling robots, Tony is dealing with a problem with his arc reactor–he needs it to stay alive, but the palladium in the reactor is poisoning him. He solves this problem when he finds secret plans from his dad for the creation of a new element, which of course, he is able to replicate and save himself. We also meet Natasha Romanoff for this first time in this film. She is posing undercover as Pepper’s assistant, though she is working for SHIELD and attempting to keep an eye on Tony. Her identity is revealed before the end of the movie. In the final scene, Nick Fury tells Tony he is too volatile to be a part of the Avengers, so they’re only going to use him as a consultant from now on.

End Credits Scene: Agent Coulson and his team find Thor’s hammer in the New Mexico desert, which is of course the lead in to the next film on the list, Thor.

My Reaction: I liked this one better than the first. I’m always down with girl power, so I was happy to see Natasha, and happy to see Pepper take charge of Stark Industries. I still am not a huge Tony Stark fan. I really don’t know why. I love sarcasm, so he should be one of my favorites, but the rich, entitled, arrogance is a little too much for me. I think I like him better as part of the Avengers, so maybe that is why I struggle with his individual films. I did think the fight scenes in the early part of this one were lacking, but the robot battle was alright in the end. It was overall, just alright. I did enjoy the fact that this movie is more than just an origin story. I realize that we need those to lay the foundation for the MCU, but there are a lot of similarities in all these creation plots and it was nice to see something more original.

Rating: 7.5 out of 10, an improvement over the first, but not by much.

 

I am looking forward to the next branch of the challenge as I get to see my second husband, Chris Hemsworth, multiple times. I should have the next section completed soon so keep an eye out for Part Three!


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Top Ten Posts of 2017

It’s that time of year when I rehash all the awesomeness I have thrown out into the interwebs during the course of the hurricane that was 2017. These are NOT my favorite posts of the year (though some of them are high on my list), rather these are the posts that had the most pageviews, which kinda sorta means they were popular with you fine folks. Here’s what you were into:

10. Owl Crate Subscription Box December: I actually stopped doing these posts because they didn’t seem to be very popular, but December must have been a good month because you guys were into it!

9. It’s the Ten Disney Commandments: This was definitely one of my favorite posts to write. Now if I only I could get people to start following these rules…

8. How to Step Up Your Style in 2017: Looking back, I maybe did not actually accomplish a lot of these style goals I set for myself, but overall, I think I stepped up my game. A little.

7. Scum and Villainy Cantina Review: We had a blast at SVC and I am dying to go back.

6. Me Too: This was one of the hardest posts for me to write this year, but I am so glad it is on the list. I think it is so important for all women to be able to share their stories, and it really did help me to share this experience. I also got tons of great feedback from women in my life, both past and present, who said the post resonated with them. Which is awesome, and I love it. Girl power.

5. I Wrote a Book: Typing that still kind of freaks me out. But hey, not only did I self-publish my first book this year, I also wrote a second one! So far that one is bringing me nothing but agent rejections, but I did it, and 2018 is going to be the year of writing.

4. 2016 Year in Review: Not exactly the most positive year in review post because 2016. But it felt reeeeaaaaally good to let that shit out.

3. Beauty and the Beast at the El Capitan: Kinda surprised this one ranked so high, but BATB was a big movie earlier this year, and there is something so special about seeing it at the El Cap. I’m glad I got to share my experience with others who might be not be able to get there themselves!

2. DIY Watercolor Bookmarks: I’m still obsessed with these, so I’m so glad y’all like them too! I just printed out another batch that I need to watercolor. They are so much fun to make and I love using them.

1. Shrinky Dink Pins: Guys, this post has more than double the pageviews of my number two post. Wha tha wha?!?!? I don’t know what it is that stuck out about this post, but yay for nerdy pins!

Wow. 2017 was a year of ups and downs, and honestly, it’s nice to just focus on the ups for a minute! I had a ton of fun writing (most of) these posts and I am thrilled that you guys loved them too. Here’s to 2018!

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MCU Chronological Viewing Part One: Captain America: The First Avenger and Agent Carter

Well Marvel friends, my MCU Chronological Viewing Challenge is well under way. If you missed my mission and checklist, you might want to check out this post first, and maybe it will inspire you to start the challenge for yourself! If not, that’s totally fine, because I will be updating you on the finer points of each of my viewings as I go. Today is part one, which consists of Captain America: The First Avenger and both seasons of Agent Carter. I’m mostly going to share my opinions and reactions, but I’ll also make sure to point out any major plot points, and most importantly, any connections to the upcoming Avenger: Infinity War. Let’s do this!

Captain America: The First Avenger

The Basics: Released in 2011, this is not the first movie made in the MCU, but it is the earliest in terms of a chronological story. The film was made by Paramount Studios and stars Chris Evans, Hayley Atwell, Sebastian Stan, Stanley Tucci, and Hugo Weaving. At the time of publishing this post, Captain America: The First Avenger is available to rent on Amazon Prime for $3.99.

Important Plot Points: This film details the “creation” of Captain America. We follow Steve Rogers on his journey from scrawny military wannabe to ripped AF American hero. Howard Stark (Dominic Cooper) aka Tony Stark’s dad plays a role in the creation of Cap, and we also get to see some of Howard’s other crazy inventions and playboy shenanigans that all greatly resemble the later interactions we have with Tony. Basically, like father like son. This is also the first glimpse we get of the Tesseract, which in this film is the fuel for the main weapon Cap and friends are trying to diffuse. We will see the Tesseract again in several other MCU offerings.

End Credits Scene: Nick Fury comes to chat with Steve after he has woken up from his frozen coma and realizes he is now living sixty years in the future.

My Reactions: This was not my first time seeing this movie, and I enjoyed it just as much this time as I did in earlier viewings. Captain America is easy to love, plain and simple. He’s a good guy who always takes others into consideration. And the main plot of this movie is all about him fighting pseudo Nazis, and well, that’s always a good thing. It doesn’t hurt that Chris Evans is beautiful. It also doesn’t hurt that he is surrounded by a supporting cast that rocks. Stanley Tucci is one of my favorites, Hayley Atwell (more on her in a second) is a complete badass, and  the villains are appropriately creepy and ruthless and terrible.

Rating: 9 out of 10, I will definitely watch this one again.

Agent Carter

The Basics: The first episode of Agent Carter premiered in January of 2015. Despite critical acclaim, the show only lasted two seasons and is comprised of just 18 episodes. The series finale aired in May of 2016. The show was filmed in Los Angeles and released by ABC. It stars Hayley Atwell, James D’Arcy, Enver Gjokaj, and Chad Michael Murray. As of this posting, both seasons are available on Hulu.

Important Plot Points: In terms of the big picture of the MCU, I don’t think there are tons of important events. Season one of the show follows Agent Peggy Carter as she tries to clear Howard Stark’s name as he has been falsely accused of treason. Season two sees Peggy taking down a villain who has created a dangerous substance called Zero Matter. As far as I can see, neither of these plot points really tie in to anything we see in the later movies and shows, but of course, that could change as I watch more movies. I will update this post if anything comes up in the future that relates back to the plots of Agent Carter.

My Reaction: I fucking love this show. If you have been listening to the podcast, you know that I have very strong feelings about this show being cancelled so early on. It needs to come back, and if Disney/ABC are smart, they will reboot this show for their new streaming network, whenever that actually comes to fruition. There is so much to love about this show, from the kickass female lead, to the costumes, to the music, to the fact that both main villains are females. Seriously. Everyone should watch this show. I really, really hope that there is some kind of revival of Agent Carter, especially because the series finale ended on a total cliffhanger. Go watch Agent Carter, and then go tell Disney to get their shit together and bring it back.

Rating: 9.5 out of 10, highly recommend and I will watch it again!

 

This whole experience started off with a bang! I loved both of these offerings, and it was just the right way to kick off this challenge. Not going to lie, the next section of the checklist is going to be the hardest for me to get through, so I’m glad I was able to start off with a movie and a show that I loved. Stay tuned for more!


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How to Rep Your Fandom and Still Look Cute

One of the best, hardest, most expensive parts of being a fangirl and embracing my inner nerd is the uncontrollable urge to buy all the things. Because nerd-dom is so popular these days, the merch is out of this world cute. And I need to buy all of it. I used to only rep my fandoms during fandom appropriate situations. If I’m going to see Star Wars, then I wear my Star Wars gear. If I’m going to Universal Studios, I wear Harry Potter. Etc. Now the nerdiness has spread, and I wear my fangirl goods all the time. There are some keys to dressing for your fandom without looking like a walking billboard for said fandom, and these are all “rules” I try to follow and recommend to all my fellow fangirls. However, the best thing about repping your fandom is that there are no rules. So read this and absorb, but in the end, do whatever the eff you want.

Falon’s Fandom Fashion Guidelines:

Accessories are queen. I was gonna write “king”, but let’s be real. Accessories are queen. I mostly stick to repping my fandom through my accessories. Of course I have plenty of fandom related t-shirts and even some sweatshirts, but for the most part, I keep it to jewelry and scarves. These are super cute yet subtle ways to show off your favorite fandoms. Most people will just see these accessories as another necklace or pair of earrings, but for those in the know, they will catch your fandom references, and hey, you might even make a new friend because of it.

Marauder’s Map scarf from Etsy, Harry Potter card catalog necklace from By the Book Boutique, Hogwarts is Home button from past Owl Crate box

Stick to one fandom at a time. Unless you are going to some kind of convention or nerd-dom extravaganza, I recommend picking one fandom to rep per outfit and sticking within that fandom. This has always been one of my pet peeves at theme parks. I hate when people where DC or Universal properties to Disneyland. I don’t like when people wear Disney stuff to Universal Studios. I think that has translated over to my fandoms. Each one is its own entity and it should remain somewhat separate. (I realize this gets confusing as Disney continues to buy everything on the planet, so the lines may blur, but for the most part, just pick one fandom per day and roll with it.)

Wonder Woman pin and Thor hammer necklace from Femme De Bloom, wood earrings from Vector Engraving, Avengers fabric from JoAnn

Wear only two fandom related items at a time. Again, unless you are attending a convention, the less is more rule is in effect. If you are wearing a Star Wars shirt, leggings, earrings, necklace, and scarf, it’s just too much. The point of this blog post and my angle on repping your fandom is that you should be able to do it every day and go about your normal life. In other words, you should be able to rep your fandom and still look professional and put together. So limit yourself to two fandom items per outfit.

R2D2 shirt from Target, BB8 wood earrings from Vector Engraving

Have fun and don’t be afraid to be yourself. I have had this Stormtrooper necklace for two years, and I had only ever worn it to Star Wars events. A couple of weeks ago I had  meeting with a new couple whose wedding I am planning. Normally I would have reached for one of my other, non-fandom necklaces,  but I decided to throw on this bad boy instead. I can almost guarantee that the majority of people I encountered that day just saw a silver necklace. And the ones who recognized it either didn’t care, or they loved it. I received a lot of compliments, and my bride even mentioned how much she loves my nerdiness. Win!

Stormtrooper necklace from Love and Madness

To reiterate, these are my guidelines for rocking your fandoms without being super over the top. You should wear whatever makes you happy and makes you comfortable. Don’t be afraid to show off your fangirlhood. Wear that shit proudly.

Product Links (these are not affiliate links, I just love these shops!):

Femme De Bloom      Vector Engraving      By the Book Boutique      Love and Madness

And some affiliate links because these fandom goodies don’t buy themselves:


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Embracing My Inner Nerd

If you’ve been coming around the blog at all over the past year or so, or even if you’ve been an avid reader from the beginning (hi Mom!) you may have noticed a recent shift in my nerdiness. And by shift, I mean I have fully embraced the nerd life and the nerd life has embraced me. To be totally clear, I have never been cool. I have been a nerd for my whole life. I was the kid who spent her birthday money on books and stayed up late reading under the covers with my flashlight. I will also fully admit to “begrudgingly” watching my brother’s TV shows and movies with him, because I secretly loved every second of MMPR (and if you don’t know what that stands for….well, you might not be a true nerd). But I have always been an internal nerd, hiding those nerd tendencies as best I could.

There has been a bit of a nerd revolution in the past few years, that has made nerd-dom cool. But perhaps the biggest shift in this new nerd perspective has been our attitude toward the female nerd. If I had worn a Star Wars shirt to school when I was a kid, I would have been ridiculed. I now probably own ten Star Wars shirts and I wear them all the time. Part of this is because of me not giving a fuck any more, but most of this is because it’s now fashionable to be a nerd.  Which is awesome. It does make shopping a hell of a lot more dangerous because I want to buy all the nerd things, but how amazing that there are so many cool things to buy. And not just for boys. There is nerd stuff in the girls’ section, and the women’s section, and the toddlers’ section, and even the pets’ section. Everyone now has equal nerd opportunity. What a time to be alive!

I honestly feel like I missed out on so much in my younger years because I never felt like I could fully embrace my nerd-dom. It wasn’t that I wasn’t interested, it was that my self-esteem (or lack thereof) would not allow me to to explore those interests. Even when I shifted my high school world from the cool (cheerleading) to the nerdy (theater), I still held back on my nerdiness. And this hold back went on for some time. When the Lord of the Rings movies came out, I saw them all multiple times in the theaters. A friend once asked me why I was going to see Two Towers again, and I told him I liked the movies because of all the cute actors. Now don’t get me wrong, that is 100% true. My love for Orlando Bloom runs deep to this day. But I didn’t love those movies just for the eye candy. I mean there are wizards and elves and trees that can talk! That shit is awesome!

Part of embracing my nerdiness and bringing it all out for the world to see has actually been a challenge because I now don’t know if I am nerdy enough. I mean, can I still love Star Wars as an adult even if I wasn’t an avid fan when I was a kid? Can I become a Marvel diehard through movies and TV shows, even if I never read the comics? The short answer is yes, yes I can. When The Force Awakens came out, I wrote this blog post about drinking the Star Wars Koolaid, and that may have been the trigger that released the torrents of my inner nerd-dom. Since then I have read Star Wars books, bought all the Star Wars merch, started a bookstagram, gotten two Harry Potter tattoos, co-hosted a fangirl podcast, and most recently, embarked on a challenge to watch the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe before the release of Avengers: Infinity War next May.

There is no denying my true self now. I am a nerd. And as time goes on, my nerdiness will continue to grow. And to that I say, fuck yeah. And if you want to embrace your inner nerd, I say fuck yeah to that too. Let’s get together and talk about our fandoms.

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Marvel Cinematic Universe Chronological Checklist

Guys, I am about to embark on a crazy adventure. Like I literally might be insane for attempting this challenge I am presenting myself with. But after seeing this most amazing trailer on the face of the Earth, I couldn’t resist…

Ugh, soooooooo good!

So, before Avengers: Infinity War drops in May, I am going to watch every film and TV show in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (from here on out referred to as the MCU). This is a daunting task, not going to lie, which is why I am starting this week and giving myself plenty of time to get it done. While I have seen several of the movies, I have not seen them all (Incredible Hulk, ew) and I have watched exactly zero episodes of any the MCU TV shows. So it’s a lot to take on, but I’m going to do it.

In order to keep myself on track, I created this checklist, mostly so I can stare at Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans while I attempt this madness. I compiled this list based on a bunch of other lists I found online that put everything in chronological order (mainly this one here from Cnet). Really my main goal with this whole project is to go into Avengers: Infinity War with a thorough understanding of the entire Marvel world. Because right now, it’s shaky at best, and so many things happen in the movies that I don’t understand. I want to have a firm grasp on the background and everything that has happened leading up to this point.

I will be blogging about my endeavors throughout this journey, and will definitely be tweeting and Instagraming as I make progress. I would love for you to follow along with me! And if you would like to join me in my crazy-dom, I am including a printable version of the checklist I am using for you! I differentiated the movies and TV shows with different colors so if you want to do just the movies, you can skip the TV shows easily. If you can’t commit to this list (which I would assume means you have a life, unlike me) then stick around the blog as I will be summing up the major plot points for you along the way. Click on the link below to download your own printable copy and definitely tweet at me and let me know how it’s going!

MARVEL CINEMATIC UNIVERSE CHRONOLOGICAL CHECKLIST

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What Teachers Really Want for the Holidays

Alright folks, if you have been hanging around this blog for a while, then you might recognize this post. I wrote the first incarnation of it a couple of years ago, back when I was still teaching, but I figured it was time for a refresher. And while I am no longer teaching, my husband and most of my friends still are, so this is a PSA for them!

First, the things teachers do want:

  1. Gift Cards: Most school districts have rules about teachers accepting cash, so a gift card is the next best thing. Teachers love gift cards, and this is hands down the best gift to receive from students. Some gift cards that are always a hit with teachers: Starbucks, iTunes, Barnes and Noble, Amazon, and of course, BevMo. True story, my husband had a student who brought him a bottle of wine for Christmas. That kid  (and his mom) was a hero. However, I’m sure many schools have rules against that kind of thing, so maybe just go with the BevMo gift card to be safe.
  2. Food: This is most of what my husband brings home, and I ain’t complaining. Baked goods, boxes of candy, if it’s edible, it’s usually a good gift. For the most part, any yummy goodies delivered to teachers will be eaten by them (and the lucky people who live with them), but even if they themselves don’t want to partake, they can pass the goods along to friends and family.
  3. Something Personal: I feel like there should be a big ole asterisk next to this one because it should be used sparingly. When I was teaching theater, I had a more personal relationship with my students than when I was teaching English simply because I spent way more time with them. They knew me as a person (as did many of their parents), not just as a teacher. Many of them got me awesome personal gifts over the years (mostly Disney related) and I still have all of them. Some of my favorites are a Walt Disney quote necklace, Disney ornaments, and a baby blue stuffed Mickey Mouse for Squirt.  If you are going to venture into the something personal category for a teacher, make sure it is thoughtful and from the heart.

And now for the hard part, the things teachers really don’t want. Yes, I know, it’s the thought that counts, but the thought should be about the receiver, not the giver, and I’m just trying to save you a little money, and save teachers the guilt they feel when they toss student presents in the trash.

  1. Lotions/body washes/anything to be used in the bathroom: This seemed like kind of a go-to gift when I was teaching. For the most part, I don’t mind these gifts, but it got to the point when I had so many that I started re-gifting them. I can only use so much lotion in one year. I also got to the point (when I was making more money) where I could afford to buy the lotions and scents I wanted on my own, and so the holiday gift sets became a total waste. Also, just a reminder that some people have sensitivities to scents, or to beauty products, so a lot of the Bath and Body Works combos are given away or trashed.
  2. Anything you saw on Pinterest: Oh Pinterest, you have done so much good for the world, and yet caused so much pain. Teachers DO NOT want any craft made from crayons, pencils, or any other school supplies. Teachers do not need monogrammed signs shaped out of rulers. Teachers do not want homemade body scrub in a Mason jar. Teachers do not need Christmas ornaments made out of popsicle sticks. By the time you buy all of those craft supplies, you could have just gotten them something they actually want. The only acceptable thing to craft from Pinterest is a cute gift card holder (see above). Seriously, back away from the Pinterest.
  3. Anything that includes a framed picture of your child: Chances are, that’s the child your teacher might want to forget. #sorrynotsorry

Alrighty folks, there you have it, the blunt, honest truth. Please, please, please save yourselves and your kids’ teachers a lot of trouble this year and go for the gift card. Teachers work hard, and they deserve the very best for the holidays. Give them what they want!

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