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A National Historic Landmark at the Marquette Building illustrating the history of Chicago and the Illinois country.

Owen F. Aldis was a real estate developer, fanatic historian, and one of the building’s original owners, who translated Jesuit Father Jacques Marquette’s original journal in 1891, thus christening the structure with his name and inspiring artists to illustrate the explorers’ journeys with their Native American companions at the Marquette Building, a national historic landmark honoring the history of Chicago’s expedition by Marquette and Jolliet.
Courtesy Photo: GHung


The Lombard Police and Fire Department have been responsible for the crimes committed at the Estate of Roberto Hung and Family while the Lombard resident homeowners were at work, travelling, or out-of-town in DuPage County, Illinois, out-of-state or abroad. Consequently, the Village of Lombard has the obligation to compensate and pay the Hung Family for all the damages and losses to the Estate of Roberto Hung and Family in Illinois, USA. The Hung Family members have been Lombard resident homeowners at 502 S. Westmore Avenue and Washington Blvd. in DuPage County. The Hung Family has purchased two (2) Lombard homes during 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, and 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011 in York Township, Illinois, USA.

For the last nineteen years, the Family of Mr. Roberto Hung, resident Lombard homeowners and U.S. citizens at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Blvd. have been Victims of Heinous Hate Crime Caused by the Village of Lombard and DuPage County, Illinois, United States of America because they purchased two (2) Lombard Real Estate properties and paid cash for their homes, near St. Pius X Catholic Church and School at 1025 East Madison St. and Westmore-Meyers Road in the Village of Lombard, DuPage County, Illinois, United States of America.

THE VILLAGE OF LOMBARD HAS TO PAY THE HUNG FAMILY FOR DAMAGES AND LOSSES TO THE ESTATE OF ROBERTO HUNG AND FAMILY MEMBERS ABUSED AS VICTIMS OF CRIMES SET UP BY THE LOMBARD POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENT IN DUPAGE COUNTY ILLINOIS USA.Consulting Media Arts Communications©2012 Gardenia Hung.

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1993-2008 DAMAGES AND LOSSES AT THE HUNG FAMILY REAL ESTATE AT

502 SOUTH WESTMORE-MEYERS ROAD, LOMBARD, DUPAGE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 60148-3028

OVERVIEW REPORT BY GARDENIA C. HUNG, M.A.

DAUGHTER OF THE LATE MR. ROBERTO HUNG, J.D.

I. BRICK BUNGALOW HOUSE WITH 3-LEVELS: 1ST FLOOR, 2ND FLOOR, BASEMENT, GARAGE

A. FIRST FLOOR.- FOYER/LOBBY FRONT.- DAMAGED DOOR LOCK,SHUT

1. CEILING PANELS STAINED, CRACKED

2. GLASS WINDOW PANES, 6TH WINDOW SOUTH, CRACKED GLASS

8TH WINDOW SOUTH, CRACKED GLASS

3. DOOR BELL IS BROKEN

4. DOOR KNOB IS BROKEN, FORCED

5. DOOR PANEL, STAINED BY FORCED ENTRY

6. DOOR LOCK/KNOB IS BROKEN, FORCED

7. FRONT STEPS, CHIPPED CONCRETE

8. BRICK BASE NEEDS TUCKPOINTING

B. LIVING ROOM.- 25-GALLON AQUARIUM, DEAD FISH, POISONED CLOROX

1. FLOOR-DRILLED HOLE BY UNAUTHORIZED CABLE CONTRACTOR

2. SOUTH WALL SEEPAGE, PEELING PAINT, CRACKED WALLS

3. SOUTH WALL DAMAGE TO ELECTRICAL WIRING SYSTEM

4. CEILING CRACKED PEELING PAINT CAUSED BY WEATHER EXPOSURE, MOISTURE, WINTERSTORMS

C. DINING ROOM

1. CEILING BULGING TILES, FALLING TILES ON THE WEST CORNER

2. WINDOW GLASS BULLET HOLE, UPPER LEFT GLASS PANE, CRACKED

GLASS WINDOW PANE

3. CARPETING.- WALL-TO-WALL DAMAGE

D. MASTER BEDROOM

1. COLLAPSED CEILING OVER TEAK QUEEN-SIZE BEDROOM SET, VANITY

(2) CHEST OF DRAWERS, (2) NIGHT STAND TABLES, (2) LAMPS

2. WALLS DAMAGED BY MOLD, MILDEW, WATER SEEPAGE

3. CARPETING WALL-TO-WALL DAMAGED

E. CORRIDOR

1. FLOOR WARPED WOODEN PLANKS TO BE REPLACED

2. CARPETING WALL-TO-WALL DAMAGED

3. CEILING GYPSUM COLLAPSED, CRACKED

4. ELECTRICAL WIRING SYSTEM DAMAGED BY WATER SEEPAGE

F. BATHROOM

1. CEILING COLLAPSED WHEN PLUMPING PIPES AND FIXTURES BURST

DUE TO EXCESSIVE WATER PRESSURE UNGAUGED BY THE LOMBARD

WATER DEPARTMENT AND PUBLIC WORKS

2. CEILING WOODEN STRUCTURE DAMAGED BY WATER SEEPAGE

3. PLUMBING PIPES AND FIXTURES DAMAGED

G. GUEST BEDROOM (SOUTHWEST FACING BACKYARD) STUDY

1. CLOSET IS DAMAGED BY PLUMBING PIPES BURSTING DUE TO

UNGAUGED WATER PRESSURE

2. WATER SEEPAGE IN CLOSET ACCESS TO PLUMBING PIPES SHARED BY

THE BATHROOM AND THE BASEMENT LEVELS.

G. STOLEN CLOTHING, BOOKS, FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS, DOCUMENTS

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR FILES BELONGING TO GARDENIA C. HUNG

H. KITCHEN

1. SINK PLUMBING PIPES ARE TURNED OFF

2. FLOOR TILES ARE CRACKED, WATER-LOGGED, TO BE REPLACED

3. CEILING PAINT CRACKED, PEELING

4. REFRIGERATOR IS DAMAGED

5. DISHWATER IS DAMAGED

6. DISHES ARE BROKEN

I. BASEMENT

1. PLUMBING PIPES BURST DUE TO UNGAUGED WATER PRESSURE

2. COLLAPSED CEILING, CRACKED, EXPOSED PIPES, MOLD, MILDEW

3. WATER SEEPAGE, HUMIDITY, MOLD, MILDEW

4. WALLS CRACKED, PEELING PAINT

5. GLASS VENTS CLOSED/OPEN SCREENS BROKEN, TO BE REPLACED

6. (2) REFRIGERATORS DAMAGED – VERTICAL UPRIGHT/HALF FRIDGE

7. POOL TABLE GREEN MAT IS DAMAGED

8. BAR DAMAGED DUE TO COLLAPSED CEILING, MOLD, MILDEW

9. WASHING MACHINE IS DAMAGED

10. HEATING FURNACE SYSTEM/AIR CONDITIONING IS DAMAGED

11. STORAGE ROOM, BOOK SHELVES, STOLEN BOOKS BY INTRUDERS

12. STORAGE ROOM INSULATION TO BE REPLACED, FINISHED

13. LAUNDRY ROOM, CEILING FIXTURE PANEL CRACKED, BROKEN

14. CEILING PANEL PULLED DOWN

15. WALL PAINT CRACKED, PEELING

J. BACK PORCH.- INTRUDERS USED A HEAT TORCH ON PAINT BEHIND DOOR
CRACKED WOODEN BEAM BY THE WINDOW

1. CEILING LEAKAGE ON RAINY DAYS

2. LIGHT FIXTURE AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEM IS WATER DAMAGED

3. DOOR BELL IS BROKEN, FORCED, PULLED OUT BY INTRUDERS

4. DOOR BELL WIRING IS PULLED OUT

5. DOOR SCREEN IS DAMAGED, INSIDE, OUTSIDE, TORN OFF FROM HINGES, DROPPED OFF, TO BE REPLACED

6. PORCH DOOR IS DAMAGED, CRACKED PAINT, PEELING TO BE REPLACED

7. GLASS DOOR KNOBS DAMAGES TO BE REPLACED

II. SECOND FLOOR

1. STAIRS, STEPS.- WOODEN, WATER STAINED, GLASS DOOR KNOB IS

DAMAGED, BROKEN

2. WALLS, CEILING PAINT CRACKED, PEELING

3. STORAGE ROOM INSULATION IS DAMAGED BY INTRUDERS TO BE

REPLACED AND REFINISHED

A. STUDY/HALF BEDROOM

1. PAINT CRACKED, PEELING

2. DAMAGED TO PROFESSIONAL COMPUTER PC EQUIPMENT, STOLEN

CD-ROM DRIVE. STOLEN DOCUMENTS FROM MR. ROBERTO HUNG

B. BEDROOM

1. CLOSED IS DAMAGED BY WATER SEEPAGE, MOLD, MILDEW,

CRACKED WALL

2. CEILING LIGHT FIXTURE CRACKED AND BROKEN GLASS OVER BED

C. KITCHEN

1. CEILING CRACKED AND PAINT PEELING CAUSED BY HEAT TORCH USED BY INTRUDERS, TRESPASSERS AND UNAUTHORIZED ENTRIES

D. PANTRY, TO BE RESTORED, REMODELED, REPAINTED, REFINISHED

1. PANTRY CEILING PAINT CRACKED, PEELING, MOLD, MILDEW

2. PANTRY STORAGE DOOR CRACKED, MOLD, MILDEW, REPLACE

E. BATHROOM, PLUMBING PIPE FIXTURES BURST FROM 2ND TO 1ST FLOOR

PAINT CRACKED, PEELING, TO BE RESTORED, REMODELED, REDONE

F. LIVING ROOM FURNITURE STAINED AND DAMAGED

1. CEILING CRACKING, FISSURE UNDER ROOFING STRESS

2. WALL RETAIN HUMIDITY, MOLD, MILDEW

III. GARAGE

1. GARAGE DOOR OPENER IS BROKEN, DAMAGED, SEARS BRAND

2. REPLACE GARAGE DOOR

3. LAWN MOWER IS DAMAGED, BROKEN POWER STRING

4. ALUMINUM SIDING POST (LEFT) IS CRACKED, BROKEN

5. WOODEN-FRAME STRUCTURE IS DAMAGED BY HUMIDITY

6. CONDUIT FOR ELECTRICAL WIRING WAS PULLED DOWN

7. DAMAGE TO NINE (9) MOTORIZED AUTO VEHICLES, CARS, SUV, MOTORCYCLE, LAWN MOWER, ETC.

8. NEW ROOFING FOR GARAGE TO MATCH THE HOUSE IN AGED REDWOOD SHINGLES

IV. BACKYARD

1. ROOFING DAMAGE TO ROOFING SHINGLES, WOODEN STRUCTURE, WIRING, GUTTERS, DUCTWORK

2. T.V. ANTENNA FOR COMMUNICATIONS KNOCKED DOWN BY CABLE CONTRACTOR HIRED BY THE VILLAGE OF LOMBARD AND UNAUTHORIZED BY THE HUNG FAMILY OR G.C. HUNG

3. SIDE ROOFING DAMAGE

4. FENCE DAMAGED BY EVA AND JOHN CARPENTER & SONS, AS WELL AS BY INTRUDERS, TRESPASSERS JUMPING THE FENCING POSTS WHICH ARE DAMAGED AND SPLINTERED BY SBC TELEPHONE COMPANY AND OTHER INTRUDERS AND CRIMINALS

5. FENCE POSTS ARE BROKEN, SPLINTERED, KNOCKET OUT, KICKED IN

6. GRASS LAWN TRAMPLED, FLOWER BED BORDERS DAMAGED

LOMBARD DAMAGES & LOSSES TO HUNG FAMILY REAL ESTATE PROPERTY, ASSETS, AUTOMOBILES, MOTORIZED EQUIPMENT, ETC. FROM 1993-2007

MEMO OVERVIEW FROM GARDENIA C. HUNG, M.A.

TYPED ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2006, 10:55:35 AM


Archiving with Oracle Database Data Warehousing 11g for Small Business Practices with IBM System p and System Storage Configuration for Unix® and Linux® operating system-based Oracle Database.

All businesses in need of information technology management are looking at the Oracle Enterprise Management Portfolio and the newest Oracle Database Data Warehousing 11g with IBM Solutions.

Small business practices requiring large-scale data warehousing, combined with “powerful, reliable, and secure” information processing and computing solutions for a very large customer base, ranging from 1,000 to 100,0000 accounts or more, for operational transactions, management, market analysis, statistics, data warehousing, archives, can find the IBM System p for Oracle Data Warehousing 11g as a practical business solution to information management.

The IBM System p models run on advanced IBM Power™ Dual Core chip technology, at affordable price/performance, innovative virtualization capacity, and mainframe-inspired reliability features. System p allows simultaneous applications and multi-threading technology to run at the same time, delivering outstanding performance for a single server, using the Oracle Database Data Warehousing 11g.

Case-in-point, a typical multimedia business can consolidate separate servers for graphics design, animation, audio, film, text, video games, and operational services on the IBM System p models. Multiple applications run on AIX and Linux operating systems simultaneously, separately, and securely, using one-tenth of the power with Advanced Power virtualization for the IBM System p. Flexible “capacity-on-demand” is custom-designed to scale up or down on processing power and memory load, based upon business demands and fluctuation.

IBM System p storage is compatible with Oracle Data Warehousing 11g and offers customer-oriented solutions and options for small business practices. For instance, IBM System Storage DS8000™ family delivers powerful “robust, flexible, highly available, and cost-effective disk storage operations for project management and mission-critical workloads”. While the IBM System Storage DS4000™ family-scalable, modular Fibre Channel Disk Storage, is designed for expansion growth, reliability, and availability in mind, from entry-level small business practices to corporate enterprise environments and performance-oriented service operations to capacity-oriented applications.

IBM and Oracle have teamed up to establish information technology standards used as Information Appliance Foundations, along with the Oracle Information Appliance Initiative. These are balanced configurations for data archiving warehouses that integrate system resources including hardware storage, Input/Output, and networking into data warehouse building blocks, partitioned for different economies of scale, in a linear mode—architecturally designed to support fluctuating workloads, based on varying raw data size, concurrent user load and diverse query complexity.

The architecture for Oracle and IBM System p is custom-designed and developed for Business Intelligence, reference, performance, and query analysis.

The Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition consists of high-level architectural software and system design solutions, that is to say: interactive dashboards, reporting and publishing queries, ad-hoc analysis, proactive detection and alerts, disconnected analysis, Microsoft Office; Oracle Intelligence Server, Partition Management, Oracle Database EE, Enterprise Tools, Oracle Automated Storage Management, supported by IBM AIX 5./3/Linux on x86, for IBM System p/ System x, and IBM System Storage.

The BI Server repository in the Oracle BI Enterprise Edition, with the individual client applications used to access the data warehouse, are part of the third software architecture group.

The architectural systems for Oracle on IBM System p, from data Input to Output, is defined as “a series of processes encompassing data integration, data warehousing, and data analytics; extracting, transforming, and loading (ETL) data constructed on repeatable building blocks, known as Oracle “nodes” for extracting, transforming, and loading data into the data warehouse and analytics application using corresponding sizing techniques for storage capacity.

Functional nodes are sized upon workload characteristics for Input/Output bandwidth, memory requirement, and the use of the central processing unit (CPU).

The Oracle BI Enterprise Edition processes data integration through ETL/Application, Synchronization, Transportation/Messaging, Information Integrity, etc.

The IBM business intelligence solution is the Oracle BI “Quick Sizer” Reference Tool developed over the years of business service to determine total storage capacity for integrated systems in the partnership between Oracle infrastructure, architectural systems design, and IBM information technology for Oracle Database Data Warehousing 11g and the IBM System p.

Accurate sizing provides an exact number of Oracle data integration nodes, Oracle data warehouse nodes and Oracle analytics nodes required.

Quick sizing for the Oracle DB Data Warehousing 11g is based upon performance data and other information collected from the customer’s operational environment—used to estimate the resources required for the following:
• New Oracle Business Intelligence or Data Warehousing 11g installations
• Additional applications for an existing Oracle BI or Data Warehousing 11g production environment
• Migrations to upgrade to new IBM hardware platforms, that is to say System p or System x™ servers, for expansion and growth performance

For questions and inquiries, contact Sales, Eric W. Brown at Email: ewbrown@us.ibm.com
or call, Tel. 1-800-426-0222, Nicole Parker, Oracle.

Oracle Business Intelligence combines information technology and applications for the small business entrepreneur to the corporate level in the Enterprise Edition Model. Enterprise information is architecturally designed for smart management with business insights for the entrepreneur, who is advised by its best features, in the Oracle EE Portfolio, as follow:

• Interactive Dashboards which access data via live reports and charts, dynamically custom-designed and personalized, based on functional roles in the business setting
• Microsoft Office and Outlook Integration which users embed and interact with BI content from familiar Microsoft Office desktop tools, using Oracle Business Intelligence Server Authentication
• Disconnected and Mobile Analytics for mobile users to have full analytical functionality with the same intuitive interface, while connected or off-line
• Proactive Detection and Alerts provide notifications and alerts to managers through multiple channels in response to predefined business events to improve and fasten, refined decision-making
• Reporting and Publishing for users who can integrate data from multiple sources to provide a wide array of reports using Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat, in order to deliver them through multiple channels
• Ad hoc Analysis for users who can gather and interact with a logical view of the information acquired from multiple data sources
• Essbase designed as the Oracle’s Hyperion Essbase, an online analytical processing (OLAP) server which provides users with an environment for rapidly developing custom analytics and enterprise performance management applications
• Desktop Gadgets for users who can choose multiple channels for which they want their intelligence reports delivered—including desktop gadgets.

The Oracle’s Business Intelligence Portfolio includes integrated security, user management, custom-designed personalization, a multidimensional calculation and integration engine, intelligent request generation, and optimized data access services.

With Oracle, “the innovation continues” by the current and updated Oracle Database Data Warehousing 11g, featuring:
• Online upgrades and patching
• Advanced partitioning and compression for customized archiving
• Record and replay real workloads
• Delegated jobs to a standby database
• Total Recall Query to a database “as it was a week ago”.

Oracle BI on IBM Systems can be accessed through a Web browser, portals, devices, and web services.

A model example for an Oracle data warehouse with the following specifications include:

• Architecture/OS – Powers5 2.2 GHz/Aix 5.3
• Server – IBM System p5 570
• Processors per block – 8
• Memory per block – 32 GB
• Internal Storage – 4x73GB 15K rpm HDD
• Fiber Channel HBA’s per Block 8xDual Port 4Gbps
• Interconnects per Block 4x 10/100/1000 Ethernet
• SAN Switch 16 port SAN Fibre Channel Switch
• External Storage Configuration: 1xDS4800 with 10x EXP810 Expansion Units – 160 x 145 GB 15 K rpm HDD
• Raw/Usable Storage Space 5TB/18TB

The IBM System p for Oracle Data Warehousing 11g allows data deployment throughout Enterprise and other applications from data sources, unstructured, informational, external.

IBM and Oracle are simplifying data processing for archiving, extraction, transformation, and loading (ETL), analytic applications through innovation and integrated technology for data warehousing with Oracle Database 11g and the IBM System p Optimized Storage configuration and deployment examples for Oracle Data Warehousing. Change without risk.

For additional information technology about the IBM System p and Oracle DB Data Warehousing 11g, visit the website at http://www.ibm.com/solutions/oracle

Small business service practices with projected expansion growth performance can benefit from the information technology and business intelligence provided by Oracle and IBM solutions.

Source: http://www.oracle.com and http://www.ibm.com

Consulting Media Arts Communications©2012 Gardenia Hung.

All Rights Reserved.


Early in Spring 2008, while the snow was still on the ground, I walked to Yorktown Center, three (3) miles away from home–on 22nd Street and Convention Drive, next to the Westin Hotel in Lombard. The walk exercises me and time flies in 60 minutes, while I engage in meditation, reflection, and relaxation activity from Washington Blvd. and Westmore-Meyers Road, all the way to Highland Avenue at the mall.

White snow was still on the walking path, when I found a white plastic card, faced down along my way. I stopped to pick it up and saw an edged Christmas gift box with a big red bow, die-cut card from Target store… Someone must have dropped an antique, old Target gift card, since the store is only two blocks away–a Christmas Target Gift Card. It was my Lucky Day! Right before the nature forest preserve and the jogging path, I stopped to wonder how this happened, over the holiday and the heavy snowfall for January and February in 2008.

I continued my winter snow walk in meditation and reflection, all the way to the Target store, with the antique Christmas gift card–since I did not have any money in my pockets. A miracle happened on 22nd Street that day!

When the Target cashier checked the antique, old Christmas gift card with the scanner, it read $30 towards a Target purchase. The red gift bow on the card showed a special gift card, unlike the shiny, brand new ones at the Target store nowadays.

A Miracle on 22nd Street happened that day…while walking with nature.

by Gardenia C. Hung, M.A., B.A.

Consulting Media Arts Communications©2012 Gardenia Hung.

All Rights Reserved.


Life is Good telephones have become a sign of the times for the last three years. The prototype telephone has been gradually evolving from landline phones to mobile wireless cellular ones. Motorola RAZR is still leading the market with its own line of wireless technology. On the other hand, U.S. Cellular introduced the Samsung Smartphone as a direct competitor and rival for the consumers who are conservative, budget-conscious, and need a functional, pragmatic communications device.
The existing issues with U.S. Cellular Samsung service remain open for contention after customers purchase the Galaxy S Mesmerize Android. A customer has to purchase the mobile wireless cellular device to start the unnerving rollercoaster experience with U.S. Cellular on a Samsung electronic device. One never knows the reasons why there are so many and so frequent daily updates; even weekly, monthly U.S. Cellular Samsung Android software updates with shutdowns, no service lapses, blackout screens, data overloads, missing Contact name listings and files, changing parameters, added Applications, slow web browsers, sluggish connections, interrupted telephone service, disconnected calls, dropped telephone calls, and so on.
First of all, one needs to sign up for the Belief Project with an internet bundle package which includes unlimited messaging text and pictures, as well as an unlimited web browser, to complement the number of monthly minutes to match the Samsung customer service. The only problem arises when the monthly bill arrives and U.S. Cellular adds a “Moomba” Polling Service for $9.99, when no one is dialing a polling service on the phone. Overcharges for non-required service cannot be tolerated by customers, especially when a polling service charge has never been requested nor used.
The average mobile wireless cellular device has become a virtual communications networking link with Android Applications. More and more customers need help and training to understand that the telephone has become a mobile wireless computer device. Since U.S. Cellular and Samsung rely on vicarious learning experiences with the Android Applications, both have done without the traditional paper manual book used by Motorola. Instead, the former use a summary Compact Disc as an electronic manual, and removed all the Help applications from the Android now. Obviously, the customer needs to ask the U.S. Cellular Service Center, “How To Use The Android?” in person, instead of reading about its functions on a manual. Now in 2012, U.S. Cellular has arranged for scheduled Device Workshops for customers to learn how to use Samsung Android Application devices. It is amazing how learning by discovery can still leave one baffled by new mobile wireless cellular technology and science. Even the technician at the Service Center can find challenging how every individual programs one’s own virtual communications Android device.
Some customers still have problems with human mobile wireless cellular hackers who interfere with standard and normal communications practices by the owners of the Samsung electronic devices as users. Human communications blockers can hinder Updates and Downloads on the web all the time.
So far, learning from experience reveals that the U.S. Cellular Samsung Galaxy S is the third slowest virtual mobile wireless cellular device with 1GHz and only one processor to manage its own communications network.
In addition, Samsung has not revealed to all Illinois customers the next Smartphone Android to be the Merge model with two processors on beta now—only used by U.S. Cellular Samsung employees, not by the customers. It is amazing how much faster other wireless cellular devices can be, compared to U.S. Cellular Samsung services now. Must be that U.S. Cellular network must be updated constantly with direct service lines (DSL) for fiber-optic telecommunications. In conclusion, it seems that U.S. Cellular Samsung do not want the customers to have a faster wireless cellular mobile service than their own electronic devices nor the latest technology for a virtual wireless cellular network, like other competitors provide for an emerging mobile communications market.


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