About Eva

It’s the 18th of October 2013 and I think an update of this ‘about’ is long overdue.

We come to these pages searching for a glimpse of who is behind the cyber-space screen never knowing quite who or what we’ll discover.

A simple personal list:

I am a writer of words.

I am a poet.

I am a maker of images.

I am an artist.

I am imaginer of things unseen yet possible.

I am swimming through infinity.

I believe in the transforming power of art.

~~~ more may be forthcoming as I continue considering what’s really relevant to here.

Definitely Relevant:



“47 White Buffalo”


looking for a short cut to Wall

How sane is that?

seeing yellow road gate open

it’s an irrational driving choice

Sage Creek Road under ice

lures with access

Badlands on a still winter day

5, 3, 2, 1 miles an hour

who needs speed when

47 snow whitened buffalo lounging

on, beside, across the frozen road

turn and stare




Other Relevant info:

The birth of the White Buffalo signifies a time of great change in the world. It could be positive change or it could be negative change. Which way the tipping point tips depends on the choices humans make. Such is my comprehension as of this moment in time.  From my perspective this time of change is currently underway.  You may agree or disagree. I will not argue the point.

~The story of the White Buffalo Calf Woman deals with other concepts.

~As for the numbers four and seven, 4 x 7, 47, 4 plus 7, 7 divided by 4 and 4 divided by seven.  What’s in any number?

~ In order for the comments to make some sense the following former “about”  text remains here:


Tashi Deleck! to all the science fiction/fantasy web surfers who followed my reviews of books/music/art/movies on Fantastica Daily at www.mervius.com ages ago.  Since that long ago and faraway universe, I’ve been digging into the darkness of the Bureau of Indian Affairs via Record Group 75 of the National  Archives.  How dark are the records of the BIA? Well, Wes Studi’s new movie, “The Only Good Indian”, serves up a lot of issues familiar to anyone too curious for their own mental health–and one place to find verification of the truth of the film’s issues is in RG 75. Bottom line: Research has resulted in several writing projects:  “Trust and Survival: AWOL Hunkpapa Indian Family Prisoners of War at Fort Sully, 1890-1891” in American Indian Quarterly, 32.3 Summer 2008; a novel, White Wolves,  a fictional account of a cold case involving the murder of a young Lakota Traditional in 1929 based upon reports from an unusally extensive FBI investigation that spanned several years.  Am in search of a publisher with guts for White Wolves in which people are divided not along racial lines of red versus white, but along ethics and values.  Latest writing project is Comes-Home-Crawling which deals with the events of 1890-91 in Dakota Territory from the perspective of the power of language, culture and fear in order to provide insight regarding why there was a massacre at Wounded Knee but not on the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation.

In addition to all this focused historical research/writing, music, film, books and current events all elicit thoughts and questions about the nature of the human species from its creative abilities to its apparent hell-bent on self-destructive social pathology so evident in the continuing engagement in warfare and destruction of the environment which supports ALL life on the planet earth.

So, greetings fellow earthlings, however brief our stay may be….


  1. Deborah said,

    December 3, 2013 at 9:29 am

    I’m glad you think so, but I’m just happy to have found such a happy home to explore and share my creative side. And I hope to get back to reading more of your work. 🙂

  2. Deborah said,

    December 2, 2013 at 12:23 pm

    Eva, I assume that you don’t do awards, but I nominated you for something that doesn’t require you to respond. It’s my way of letting you know that I am so happy to be in the process of learning more about you and becoming part of such an awesome blogging community. You, Bear, Willow, and Johnny have welcomed me into your musical theme family, and I wanted to acknowledge all of you for it. 🙂 http://myriad234.wordpress.com/2013/12/02/dragons-loyalty-award/

  3. fiveloaf said,

    July 23, 2013 at 8:12 am

    hi 47, now eva, thence? and like me you have evolved~ from red indian affairs to alot more added interest. tq 47 for coming by as and when. god bless.

  4. Meg said,

    October 16, 2011 at 11:00 pm

    Eva, I stumbled onto this website today and I immediately thought of you. Have you seen it?




  5. Tiffany said,

    January 15, 2011 at 2:15 pm

    What a lovely blog Eva! I do hope your book projects get out into the world. They sound facinating. My husband and I both have recently been reading more and more about different Indian history.Oh, the things they don’t tell you in history class! I read somewhere in all these comments your thoughts about how we can be different by changing our choices. Absolutely! I would like to get an amen and a hug on that. If something better wasn’t possible we couldn’t ever have healing of any kind. Higher, better, more perfect is possible if we will jsut keep choosing it. Love your work, your thoughts, your path. Peace.

  6. Meg said,

    December 29, 2010 at 1:55 pm

    Trying to figure out how to email you this info but anyway here it is:

    First our area is one in which they are trying to start hydrofracking. Our governor actually denied them the right for now because they don’t have the financial resources to properly police the natural gas industry. Meanwhile they are putting a video on TV about the benefits of Hydrofracking. http://www.anga.us/ check out the videos in MEDIA ROOM.

    On another note altogether, the Oneida Indian Nation is working to create images in movies and TV that are less derogatory and stereotypical. Their company http://www.fourdirectionsproductions.com/.

  7. September 21, 2010 at 7:14 am

    Hi, nice to meet you !

  8. ryeder said,

    July 18, 2010 at 3:33 pm

    Am in search of a publisher with guts for White Wolves in which people are divided not along racial lines of red versus white, but along ethics and values. I wish you luck in this politically correct and gutless world. The values of strength, honor and integrity are in limited supply today. Do I sound too cynical?…..lol I enjoyed the read….

    • July 18, 2010 at 7:01 pm

      Ryder, which ‘read’ did you enjoy–the ‘about’ or the sections of White Wolves?
      To be fair, responses to queries have been encouraging–and those places where submitted have also been positive regarding the book even though not willing to take it on board. Perhaps your PC comments are on target and perhaps it’s something else at work….hmm. Thanks for reading. Appreciated you own blog’s posts about the Sweet grass project.

      • ryeder said,

        July 18, 2010 at 11:50 pm

        I enjoyed “about” and your research with the BIA. Long, dark history. I am glad there are positive feed backs regarding the book, but that falls far short of having it picked up for publishing. Where do I find your writings “White Wolf”? I am very interested in finding something of quality to read.

      • July 19, 2010 at 8:36 pm

        Hi Ryder. White Wolves can be found via a blog search of the ‘pantry’. It should also pull up “Trust and Survival” which was published by American Indian Quarterly and is NON-fiction. Thanks for expressing your interest.

  9. sami Alam said,

    March 12, 2010 at 8:30 pm

    hi… i thnk u git an artistic mind…im really thankful to you for posting comments on my blog… actually it’s a competition of blogging refers the winner a 10 days tour to france…

    i need more comments on my blog to win…so can you please help me on this???

  10. December 14, 2009 at 11:49 pm

    Hello Eva!

    It was worth wading through that kaleidoscopic side bar to find your aboutness. I like your style 🙂

    • December 18, 2009 at 9:07 pm

      LOL! Hola Beyond Bluestockings! Hope you enjoyed the ‘wade’ through the waters of my ‘mind’. Kind of you to visit and leave your tracks. Your kind advice left on Kokot’s first blog about activating an avatar was much appreciated by moi and everyone else you directed.

  11. bouzouki said,

    August 29, 2009 at 10:24 pm

    I’ve been hiking though unfamiliar territory these recent days, as you may have noticed. It is fun to wander through these spaces, not like walking down the street, but a path into people’s heads. sometime I’ll find my own home here, or somewhere. It will keep me from doing too much in the sun. Hello, and thanks for giving me a boost to keep going to coal, running from the headless horseman. Bouzouki

    • August 29, 2009 at 11:18 pm

      Hey Bouzouki, nice of you to hike on in and explore. If you’re tired of horsemen than perphaps some White Wolves will distract you for a bit. Via the ‘search box’ you can find all the ‘teasers’ and other canned goodies like Ed’s driving adventures–which reminds me–Ed’s fans are long overdue for another one of his ‘truth is stranger then fiction’ escapades.
      Paths into people’s heads can be interesting, scary, entertaining and sometimes downright spooky. What’s all your ‘hiking’ say about your ‘head’? eh?

  12. Mariana said,

    August 28, 2009 at 11:55 am

    well… what to say? 47whiltebuffalo/Eva
    I enjoy reading what you write,
    your witty replies…
    and your comment on Via Napoli!

    I’d love to follow your blog, but honestly have no clue how to do that… 😦
    Yeah, sometimes I’m very lame…

    Will bookmark it, and come back, from time to time!

    Ciao, have a splendid weekend!
    mariana/il neige sur liege

    • August 28, 2009 at 4:49 pm

      Hola Mariana! Oh Via Napoli and other photos on city stroller are always worth the time to view and comment. As for blog well, hey, just visit mi casa whenever you get a notion. The door is always open. Oh and noticed your other photo on CS also–b&w of the wall/windows/leaves and the engraving on the wall too–very interesting that engraving.
      Cia–so nice to meet ‘you’. grins

  13. August 26, 2009 at 7:45 pm

    hey 47whitebuffalo, I remembered you invited me to give an opinion of District 9, so I guess here would be as good a place as any:

    I was skeptical about seeing it – I don’t get excited about explosions and dismemberment and alien wars and cgi and all the cliches of alien movies. But I DO really like a lot of classic scifi and horror lit from the 40s and 50s and earlier. But I want to like more scifi movies. Good scifi shouldn’t require explaining/voiceover to make a credible world, and District 9 was good about that. Compelling, quick-paced, and not insulting to the intelligence with heavy-handed moral opinions. I though the apartheid metaphor was scarily evident, but not literal, which worked. One of the first hollywood style movies that I didn’t get impatient with for a long time. Definitely recommend seeing it if you like well-told more character-driven scifi.

    — it’s so green in here, it’s like eternal spring 🙂

    • August 26, 2009 at 8:02 pm

      Hi Ottobiography, thanks for dropping by and posting your thoughts about “District 9” [I copied and pasted your words into the post comment section too so that other folks wouldn’t miss them.]
      I agree with you about character driven–one man’s mental, emotional and physical transformation—very complex and well done so as to be ‘believable’ within its context.
      Compared to your comic white boxe–yes–it is GREEN here. “eternal spring” indeed.
      grins and waves to everyone at club ottobiography ~~~~

  14. lurainpenny said,

    August 18, 2009 at 4:41 pm

    Hi Eva,

    Thanks for coming by my place.
    It all very interesting here. I love the snaps. Did you take them?
    I see we have a mutual pal in Ichabod.
    I actually have learned a thing or two about him from his comments to you.
    Gonna put you on my page and stop over as regular as I am regular. Ha!
    Keep up your great work.
    Take care,

    • August 18, 2009 at 6:39 pm

      Hello Lurain, actually I roamed into your abode via Ichabod’s gateway thereto. Were you really a torch-singer in your earlier lifetime? hmm? do tell!!! Yes, the ‘snaps’ are all my own–as is Bridging. So glad you feel comfortable hereabouts. Wander in anytime you please. Enjoy yourself! Shanti om, Eva–still torch singing are you?

  15. Russell said,

    August 15, 2009 at 12:19 am

    And hello to you too.

    Refreshing to see a wordpress blog that isn’t predictable …

    Peace, love and anything else you want for yourself and others …


    • August 15, 2009 at 12:23 am

      Predictable! Perish the thought! Hey, if you do haiku do drop one into the haiku fish dish on the buffet! Thanks for the favor of your visit. Peace, love and all good things for all–indeed, Russell.

  16. Kiesa said,

    August 14, 2009 at 11:52 pm

    I have been thinking about the phrase “nonviolent communication,” which seems to me to be passive and to contain the roots of its own destruction. Why do we not use the phrase “Peaceful communication” instead, thus eliminating the need to acknowledge the potentiality of violence as primary in discourse?

    And I appreciate your distinction in the earlier dialogue on this blog between studying and appreciating; one act seems to be using humans as objects and the other retains the dignity of the individual and the group.


  17. mig said,

    August 8, 2009 at 11:12 am

    well it’s great to be reading all these comments for your works…i got to find more time to relish the amazing litany of articles and references for a soulful reading…thanks for sharing

    • August 15, 2009 at 5:04 am

      Mig, just how did you sneak in under my radar? hmm? Hola. welcome to mi casa. O do sample the wares as you please. Merci for visiting and leaving your prints. grins–oh and the do haiku buffet is always open for new dishes, if you’re so inclined. Small poems suit sweetly also.

  18. eatslifefruit said,

    August 7, 2009 at 5:31 am

    “Am in search of a publisher with guts for White Wolves in which people are divided not along racial lines of red versus white, but along ethics and values.”

    I read into your interesting multi-grapheme, writer-centred writing; what struck me as the amazed, is the insert above from your writing. It is fascinating as a writing’s de/ideology of texuality.

    The origin of its dissent from a historicity/ bias, must be an interesting project to become alive in multiple mediums of expressing the narrative.

    Eats Fruit Life

    • August 7, 2009 at 5:41 am

      Hello Eats Fruit Life, great name. Thanks for visiting and your thoughtful comments. If you’re interested, there are five excerpts of White Wolves on the bog for reading. The ‘search’ box ought to pull them up for you. If you do wander through the pages, please do post your impressions and ideas. grins. Do come again if you like.

  19. August 5, 2009 at 1:48 pm

    Hello 47whitebuffalo – thank you so much for coming to visit me the other day! I’ve just walked into your home here….the door was left unlocked….and I snooped around. 🙂

    You have a lovely home, and if you don’t mind, I would like to share you and your home with a few friends.


    • August 5, 2009 at 4:04 pm

      Hello hopesmithwrites, well that’s why the door is left unlocked–so that folks can wander in when the spirit moves them to snoop..LOL…all are welcome so please do share with your friends whatever strikes your fancy. Glad you felt comfortable to enter and explore. merci

  20. Uncle Tree said,

    August 5, 2009 at 9:34 am

    If it’s a really long story, don’t bother yourself with this, but
    I am curious to know what got you started into
    studying Native American culture. You seem to be well-versed
    in the subject. And thanks for the wave, I needed a bath.

    • August 5, 2009 at 12:45 pm

      bath? water? hmm, I do not ‘study’ Native American culture–not in the anthropological sense–‘appreciate’/value would be more appropriate words. I do ‘dig’ into history—why?–the universe keeps sending it my way. Major digging resulted from a Lakota’s request to find some correspondence held near a place I was visiting–and one thing led to another to another to another.

  21. Uncle Tree said,

    August 4, 2009 at 10:12 am

    Hello, Eva! (Heaven forbid, if that’s not your name.)
    I haven’t read anything here about your heritage.
    So I’ve made (herd thoughts) an assumption, and I hate that!

    Won’t you please tell me where you’re from? (Bad English)
    And where your ancestors are from, too?

    I know a smidget (that’s not a word?) about the white buffalo.
    It all started with Ted Nugent. I would think that name would
    be quite a popular one. Is that the why-for the 47?

    And good luck with your book. I wish you the best!
    You’re an easily likable author/ person. Cheerz! UT

    • August 4, 2009 at 10:54 am

      A smidget, ha, I like that. Ah Nugent, some, Uncle Tree–hadn’t considered that song, but now that you mention it… Am of Polish heritage, not Russian as ‘bone structure’ might suggest. Poles from the south side of the Windy city. Thanks for the positive vibes for the ‘work’. Hard not to grin at someone who hangs with trees and critters, ya know. Waves your way.

  22. DOMINO said,

    August 3, 2009 at 10:56 pm

    *Subscribes to whitebuffalo.

  23. Forrester McLeod said,

    July 28, 2009 at 6:32 pm

    go check out the video over at AC’s Scrapbook! (she’s on my blogroll). I can’t stop laughing, crying! So FUN!!!

    • July 28, 2009 at 8:08 pm

      non-stop laughs? red dwarf there? i’m a’comin’ Trekkie! Oatmeal, squirrels and all.

  24. ichabod said,

    July 28, 2009 at 6:00 pm

    Hi 47whitebuffalo;

    I thank you for your inspiration in completing the tome and for helping wake Tinkerbell so she could close.

    I think it came out beautiful 🙂

  25. July 28, 2009 at 12:38 am

    LOL! At one end is the moving Forest and at the other is the dark burning of bindo da bard of deep night ravings. See u at da lump of coal spa…

  26. Forrester McLeod said,

    July 27, 2009 at 6:31 pm

    Hey Lovely White Buffalo!

    I hope you’re having a good one! I keep meaning to ask you if all my silly renamings of your name bother you? Started thinking perhaps White Buffalo or 47whitebuffalo might have some sacred meaning to you.

    Yes. This is where my thoughts are. I’m going now!!!


    • July 27, 2009 at 8:10 pm

      LOL, oh Trekking Lady, consider all the silliness I send your way and do you think I mind getting it back from you? Ha no. You can rename me all you want. Now, when it comes to the ‘real whitebuffalo’ just show some respect to ‘that’ if/when you meet it during your trekkings. grins

      • Forrester McLeod said,

        July 28, 2009 at 12:25 am

        Roger doger oh Sparlking Buffalo Coolness Delight! 🙂

  27. July 24, 2009 at 9:32 pm

    I like your writing. It is like color Green. Light and engaging. Full of life and organic. Busy and evolving…

    • July 25, 2009 at 2:18 am

      Green and evolving..thank you woman in search of the perfect man/shoe! Much appreciate you reading and taking the time to leave your tracks back to your shoe/man musings. grins

  28. July 21, 2009 at 3:00 pm

    Hello of course you can link it up I will be honored and its wonderful to meet you..I will explore your blog further I have been remiss sorry.. Will blog roll you..thank you for your visit , your books sounds like ones I would love to read I hope you do get published?

    • July 21, 2009 at 5:55 pm


      Hi, I’m posting this right here with so that anyone else reading knows what we’re chatting about and because it was at your blog that I discovered it. Link is to Ryan Red Corn’s poem ‘bad indians’ which is a response to the old saying “The Only Good Indian” –which is the title of Studi’s new film. Anyway, the text is worth a read and the video is welll worth a listen/view. Thanks so much for wyld-ing in for a visit.

  29. tigercity said,

    July 17, 2009 at 10:47 pm

    Hi Eva (shorter than writing 47whitebuffalo..),

    I wondered who had written a comment on my site, and voila I’ve finally gotten round to checking you out.. seems you ‘know’ Ichabod & Forrester already so I assume I’m in good hands..

    I’ve got an inkling that Man is going back to the moon again after a 37 year haitus.. there could be minerals and such to be utilised… Pres. Obama has put it tentatively back on the agenda… seems the earth can’t cope with us anymore.. we as humans are about to spead our wings once again.. are we really ever going to move on from slash & burn?

    If there are any little green men out there.. you’d better pack your bags cos the earth man is coming sniffing.. I just feel it in my bones..

    We can never put our own house in order so we steal another and wreck that too.. at least no-one lives there…yet.

    • July 19, 2009 at 9:28 pm

      Hi tigercity, nice of your paws to find and post. Little green men indeed–read your post and immediately heard the T-Bone Burnett song “Humans From Earth” from the soundtrack of Until the End of World. That sure sums it all up. Thanks for visiting and leaving tracks.

  30. ichabod said,

    July 12, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Hi Eva;

    No I don’t. 🙂

    The head is my symbol. It is actually a picture I found on the web of a little human being in the advanced stages of starvation, squatting and looking entirely despondent with flies buzzing around.

    I don’t know if the child is still alive or not, but I suspect not.

    I use the picture as a memory of him/her so the life will not have been in vain.

    When I look at it and think of the little person, it reminds me not to let that occur in my sphere of influence.

    I apologiize about the drawn out explanation 🙂

    • July 12, 2009 at 1:22 am

      No apologies at all necessary. None. I wondered where you’d gotten that picture. Your choice and use of it is a way of spreading some awareness that all is not ‘happy happy joy joy’ for many. We may never know the full extent of the consequences of our actions–however slight they may seem. That picture of that child has had an importantt impact on you–and you sharing it impacts others. No reason to apologize for your compassion and awareness. Thank you for the explanation. Hope my attempt at silly glib humor didn’t hit a sore spot. But if that’s what prompted your explanation, then it was worth being ‘glib’. shanti

  31. ichabod said,

    July 11, 2009 at 10:13 pm

    I like the 47whitebuffalo handle.

    Much of my past has crossed paths with America’s original citizens, so I know a little of what you speak.

    As a matter of fact our paths were so tightly crossed when I ran out of money in Northern British Columbia a number of years back the Department of Indian Affairs was kind enough to put me and my two friends up for a few nights until we received a check from them to help us out.

    The funny thing about it is that it was my idea to go there as it was the only government office in the town and I applied. What’s so funny about that? I am Dutch, born there and have Dutch parents. I am about as Caucasian as you can get, except for the fact I tan real good.

    They didn’t even ask me if I was Native or not, they just assumed I was.

    • July 11, 2009 at 11:11 pm

      Ichabod! How nice of you to ride through. Sorry, haven’t seen your head hereabouts lately. –Just can’t resist— But, hey, wave. Thanks for sharing your personal experience. Rather telling in many ways how you were treated. Dutch? You know any Onderdoncks? seriously, do you?

  32. Ben Godby said,

    July 11, 2009 at 9:37 pm

    Dear 47whitebuffalo/Eva,

    Please inform me as to which is the most appropriate or preferred way to address you. I am wholly uncultured in Internet etiquette; not for lack of trying, but because I prefer to be an Internet barbarian.

    Apologies for not leaving any cybersignature when last I visited your blog. This is, in fact, my third perusal. I was going to leave a note on your post about big red boxes, because I enjoyed it, but then I’m not perfectly sure what big red boxes you mean. I induce from context clues that you mean something to the effect of: automated video rental stores. There are none where I live now but I used to live in Montreal and there were large blue boxes that performed such a task. I shunned them. I think, then, that we share a distaste for automated video rental stores, and it was this mutual judgment that was ignited when I read your post, causing me to utter, “Agreed.”

    Thanks for your tips re: blogging. If it is not yet wholly apparent, I am new to the phenomenon and I have yet to develop basic blogging skills… not to mention, I do not have a blog-realm “voice” that is easy and natural. Hence the sing-songiness of the post I now post.

    Thanks again, and I’ll be sure to leave my scent* next time I visit.


    *This is not meant to be a disgusting metaphor – though, sadly, such a thing is not in all cases beneath me – but rather an allusion to my own blog title. Cheers!

    • July 11, 2009 at 11:19 pm

      Ben, all’s good, no offence taken by the metaphor at all. Enjoyed it.
      Oh yes, your blue boxes sound like a different colored version of my red boxes. So glad to hear you’ve been out and sniffing about, barbarian or not. Share some of your favorite movies next time you visit. Or vent about your blue boxes–that’s fun too! The more you ‘say’, the more your ‘voice’ will play.
      Am noting your observation about the blue boxes having not migrated to your current location. Lucky you. Let’s hope they stay away.

      • Ben Godby said,

        July 19, 2009 at 6:13 pm

        You know what’s weird? I saw the new Harry Potter the other night. The cinematographic version, that is. My innards are eating themselves because… well, because… I kinda… liked it.


      • July 19, 2009 at 9:30 pm

        Ben, OH NO! Here I thought you were the Ultimate Potter Hatter! LOL! Movies get us every time….

  33. Thomas Cox said,

    July 9, 2009 at 6:12 am


    • July 9, 2009 at 9:44 pm

      How: By striving to explore our positive potential as a species. By the choices we make as individuals and as ‘groups’. We can chose to engage in violence and we can chose to engage in non-violence. We can chose to live in a mindful, compassionate, considerate, kind manner–OR–we can continue on the road we’ve been trudging along on for so long. By what we say, what we write, what we create for ‘others’ and ourselves. By being honest and acting with integrity in regards to ourselves and others. It does not have to be ‘business as usual’—we can act better than that and we should do our best to do so because we are capable of it.

  34. Thomas Cox said,

    July 8, 2009 at 6:12 am

    So true, it is in man’s nature to self-destruct and the evolution of both man and machine is probably behind this. But the big wheel has been turning for a long time and has gathered considerable momentum. I believe it is realism rather than pessimism to say that the process probably cannot be stopped, but that is no cause for despair. One can only make do with what one has been given and all I can ask is to live each day as if it was my last. Hopefully, that is truly living, and maybe we can do some good.

    • July 8, 2009 at 11:49 am

      I say, let’s put a wrench in the spokes of the big wheel and do more than ‘make do’–why? Because we can.
      Living fully each day is a good start.

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Bringing Social Issues To The Forefront

R. L. Culpeper

Sapere Aude


For Peace On Earth In This Generation


You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf.

Eléctrica in the Desert

News, photos, stories, and trouble from the borderland

Coco J. Ginger Says

Poems and stories of love & heartbreak.

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