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November 2, 2008 – Sunday

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*Yes on H
When: November 2, 2008 – Sunday
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Global Exchange, 2017 Mission Street, San Francisco
What: Stay out of the rain and help SF Clean Energy. making phone calls, blogging for Prop H. Food and drinks. There will be precinct walking.
Information: june@sfenergy.com

Mobilization for Eric Mar and Yes on Prop M (moved from Nov. 1 because of rain)
When: November 2, 2008 – Sunday
10 a.m.
Where:Headquarters 4328 Geary (at 7th Avenue), San Francisco
What: Go door to door or tabling or flyering.
Information: ted@sftu.org

San Francisco Labor Council
When: November 2 2008 – Sunday
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: 350 Rhode Island (entrance on Kansas), San Francisco
What: Precinct Walking and phone banking.
Information: sflaborcouncil.org amber@sflaborcouncil.org

Eric Quezada – District 9
When: November 2, 2008 – Sunday
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Where: Headquarters, 2982 Mission Street, San Francisco
What: Phone banking and visibility.
Information: ericquezada.com

2008 Dia De Los Muertos
When: November 2, 2008 – Sunday
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Where: Plaza 16 (16th Mission Bart & 16th Street & Mission Streets)
What: the Mission Community Council invites you to participate in Dia De Los Muertos. Danza, Drum circle, healing arts, paper flowers, candle decorating, coloring, papel picado, information table healing resources, violence prevention, family support, create an altar remember and honor those who have passed in our community
Information: info@micocosf.org

Sue Lee – District One
When: November 2, 2008 – Sunday
10 a.m.
Where: GOTV doorhanger walk. Headquarters, 248 Clement Street, San Francisco
What: Remind people to vote. Refreshments and pastries provided.
Information: sueleeforsupervisor.com

Carmen Chiu – District Four
When: November 2, 2008 – Sunday
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Where: 1038 Taraval, San Francisco
What: Door changing reminders.
Information: info@carmenchu2008.com

Yes on H
When: November 2, 2008 – Sunday
10 a.m.
Where: Global Exchange office, 2017 Mission Street, San Francis
What: Precinct Walking.
RSVP june@sfcleanenergy.com

Joe Alioto, Jr. – District 3
When: November 2, 2008 – Sunday
10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: Headquarters, 782 Columbus Ave., San Francisco
What: Walk District 3 and Phone Bank
Information: aliotoforsupervisor.com

Mark Sanchez – District 9
When: November 2, 2008 – Sunday
10:30 a.m.
Where: 988 Valencia Street, San Francisco
What: Volunteer mobilization.
Information: marksanchez.org

Denise McCarthy – District 3
When: November 2, 2008 – Sunday
Noon to 8 p.m.
Where: Headquarters, 1920 Polk Street, San Francisco
What: Out in the neighborhoods and phonebanking in evening.
Information: denisemccarthyforsupervisor.com

(I believe this has been cancelled?) 14th Annual Soap Box Derby (Bernal Heights)
When: November 2, 2008 – Sunday
1 p.m.
Where: Cortland Ave. and Moultrie Street, San Francisco
What: Soap Box Derby
Source: laughingsquid.com

Lynn Jefferson – District 3
When: November 2, 2008 – Sunday
1 to 3 p.m.
Where: Swirl Culture, 1400 Grant Ave. (between Green and Union), San Francisco
What: Yogurt with Lynn.
Information: electlynnjefferson.com

Eric Quesada – District 9
When: November 2, 2008 – Sunday
11 a.m.
Where: Headquarters, 2982 Mission Street, San Francisco
What: Bike Parade around the Mission. Decorate your bike!
Information: ericquezada.com

No on 8 Fundraiser
When: November 2, 2008 – Sunday
6 to 9 p.m.
Where: Lime, 2247 Market Street, San Francisco
What: Fundraiser for no on 8. Join School Board Candidate Barbara Lopez, School Board President mark Sanchez, and co-hosts Scott O’Brien and Munir Bayyari for some fun, food and drink specials.
Source: Chris Jackson for Community College.

Dia de los Muertos Parade
When: November 2, 2008 – Sunday
7 p.m.
Where: Starting at 24th Street & Bryant, in the Mission District of San Francisco. the procession will end at Garfield Park at the Festival of Altars 8:30 p.m. at 26th Street and Harrison.

November 3, 2008 – Monday

David Chiu – District Three
When: November 3, 2008 – Monday
7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: Headquarters, 1323 Polk Street, San Francisco
What: Walk throughout the District three neighborhoods.
Information: votedavidchiu.com

Joseph Alioto, Jr.
When: November 3, 2008 – Monday
8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: Headquarters, 782 Columbus Ave., San Francisco
What: Walk District 3 and Phone Bank
Information: aliotoforsupervisor.com

San Francisco Labor Council
When: November 3, 2008 – Monday
10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: 350 Rhode Island (entrance on Kansas @ 17th Street), San Francisco
What: GOTV Preparation and door hanging. Phone banking 5 to 9 p.m.
Information: sflaborcouncil.org amber@sflaborcouncil.org

*Obama for America get Out the Vote Rally – San Francisco
When: November 3, 2008 – Monday
Noon to 1 p.m.
Where: UA Local 38, 1621 Market Street, 2nd Floor of Main Hall, San Francisco (cross street is Franklin)
What: Rally to motivate San Francisco voters and let everyone know that Barack Obama is the change we’ve been waiting for.
Information: my.barackobama.com

Eric Quesada – District 9
When: November 3, 2008 – Monday
6 to 9 p.m.
Where: 2982 Mission Street, San Francisco
What: Literature drop.
Information: ericquezada.com

Sue Lee – District One
When: November 3, 2008 – Monday
7 p.m.
Where: Headquarters, 248 Clement Street, San Francisco
What: Poll checker training. Rally for the big day. Food and refreshments provided.
Information: sueleeforsupervisor.com

November 4, 2008 – Tuesday

Mark Sanchez – District 9
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
4 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Where: Headquarters, 988 Valencia Street, San Francisco
What: get out and vote! Wear red and rock the election!
Information: marksanchez.org

*San Francisco Democratic Party – GOTV
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
5 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: Obama Headquarters, 939 Market Street, San Francisco
What: GOTV
5 a.m. to 7 a.m. – put door hangers on top targeted precincts.
5 a.m. to 8 p.m. Precinct captain shift.
Phone banking – 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Information: Emily Lowe elowe@sfdemocrats.org

Sue Lee – District One
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
6 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Where: Ireland’s 32, 3920 Geary at 3rd Ave.
What: Election day doorhangers with the SF Firefighters 6 a.m.
Where: Headquarters, 248 Clement Street, San Francisco
What: Precinct tape checking and door knocking. – 4 p.m.
Information: sueleeforsupervisor.com

Joseph Alioto Jr. – District Three
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: Headquarters, 782 Columbus Ave., San Francisco
What: Voter mobilization.
Information: aliotoforsupervisor.com

San Francisco Labor Council – GOTV
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
6:30 a.m.
Where: 350 Rhode Island, San Francisco (entrance on Kansas at 17th Street)
What: GOTV. Activities all day including poll watching and phone banking.
Information: sflaborcouncil.org amber@sflaborcouncil.org

Eric Quesada – District 9
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: 2982 Mission Street, San Francisco
What: Breakfast and training, poll work.
Information: ericquezada.com

David Chiu – District 3
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: Headquarters, 1328 Polk Street, San Francisco
What: get out the Vote for David Chiu and Obama!
Information: votedavidchiu.org

*District three Democratic Club Election Night Party
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
4 p.m. to Midnight
Where: King Cha Cha, 1268 Grant Avenue, San Francisco
What: Election Night party. Thai food will be provided. Tony Gantner (District 3 candidate) will be joining for the evening. District three will buy a house round (a drink of your choice) if and when Senator Obama is confirmed as the winner.
Information: d3dc.org
correct web site is: d3dc.org
Source: yelp.com

Green 960 AM Election night celebration with bill Press at Yosi’s
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
5 p.m.
Where: Yoshi, 1330 Fillmore Street (@ Eddy Street) San Francisco
What: a Celebration of Democracy – Election Night at Yoshi’s. Join Green 960am with bill Press for a live nationwide broadcast featuring breaking election news, state by state rundowns, with pundits and experts. Watch all the cable and broadcast tv coverage and Green 960’s Angie Coiro, Sebastian Kunz covering local races and results. Cocktail attire required. Tickets: $5.
Information: green960.com
Source:funcheapsf.com

IRC Election Night 2008
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
5:30 to 11 p.m.
Where: Pete’s Tavern, 128 King Street, San Francisco
What: Election viewing party at Pete’s Tavern to benefit the International Rescue Committee. the IRC is a non-partisan, non-sectarian, voluntary agency dedicated to refugee relief, respect and renewal. Tickets ar $40.
Information: theirc.org

Eddie Rickenbacker’s Election Day Results Party
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
5:30 p.m.
Where: Eddie Rickenbacker’s, 133 2nd Street, San Francisco
What: come enjoy the election on multiple TV’s with San Francisco favorite saloon; old fashion high quality drinks, an obese tabby and lively politically minded staff. $3. Red, white and blue shots, state-by-state shot taking and delicious food.
Source: yelp.com

Politics at Poleng Lounge
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
Time: unknown
Where: Poleng Lounge, 1751 Fulton Street@ Masonic, San Francisco
What: Watch the undisputed Presidential Championship of the World.
Information: polenglounge.com
Source: NOPA

Election night party with Commonwealth Club (INFORUM)
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
6 p.m.
Where: Cantina, 580 Sutter Street (at Mason), San Francisco
What: Watch the results party. Celebrate and commiserate together. Live results from various channels.
Source: funcheapsf.com

San Francisco Election Night Event
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
6 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Where: Mezzanine, 444 Jessie Street (near Mint Plaza), San Francisco
What: Join Generation Obama San Francisco and other Bay Area Groups for election night. Free. Live coverage of the results, drink specials. Co-Hosts: Latinos for Obama, Filipinos for Obama, AAPIs for Obama, Asian Pacific Democratic Club, Chinese American Democratic Club and Election Reform Activists for Obama.
Information: mybarackobama.com

Freedom of Art: Election Night ‘08
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
6 to 11 p.m.
Where: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 701 Mission Street, San Francisco
What: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts invites all the artists, art lovers and artistic citizens of San Francisco to watch up-to-minute election coverage. Free pizza when the polls close! You can write on the walls, tell us what you think the world will look like in four years, help create a time capsule to commemorate this historic event. It’s Free. (but there will be a surcharge for adult beverages). Sponsors: Hard Knock Radio/KPFA, Goat Hill Pizza
Source: yelp.com

Troubletown Election Nite Party
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
6:3o p.m.
Where: the Riptide, 3639 Taraval Street, San Francisco
What: Art show and book signing with cartoonist Lloyd Dangle to celebrate 20 years of his strip Troubletown. will have an interactive election map, goofy photo-ops with the candidates, depression era drink prices and free food. Bonus: will show the Daily show and Colbert Report Election Night Coverage.
Source: yelp.com

Don’t Dodge the Drafts: Election Night Beer Party at Kilowatt
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Where: Kilowatt, 3160 16th Street (@Alboin St) San Francisco
What: Join the Bay Guardian Hellraiser for a nail-biting election evening. Watch election results on tv. Arrive with your voter sticker or ballot receipt and enjoy beer specials. take the Immaculate Election Trivia Challenge and win prizes. Free
Source: funcheapsf.com

Congresswoman Jackie Speier
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Where: Machinists Hall, 1511 Rollins Road, Burlingame, Ca.
What: Watch election results as the polls close on this historic election night. Entertainment by Phil Waddingham and the City Slickers Band. Refreshments.
Information: info@jackieforcongress.com

*David Chiu – Election Night Party!
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
8 p.m.
Where: Broadway Studios, 435 Broadway, San Francisco
What: You are invited to watch Election Night returns. DJ’s Sean Tamura-Sato and Robert Cabrera will rock you through the night. There will be light food served and a cash bar.
Information: votedavidchiu.org

San Francisco celebrates an historic election
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
8 p.m. to midnight
Where: Westin St. Francis, 335 Powell Street, Grand Ballroom and California Room, San Francisco
What: Join the California Democratic Party, the San Francisco Democratic Party, Emerge California, San Francisco Elected Officials, San Francisco Democratic Clubs and volunteers from the no on 8 and no on 4 campaigns for a victory party on election night! Celebrate Obama for President, taking back Congress and defeating Propositions 8 and 4. all are welcomed. no cover charge.
Information: info@sfdemocrats.org

Joseph Alioto, Jr. – District Three
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
8 p.m.
Where: Joey and Eddie’s, 1652 Stockton (between Filbert and Union) San Francisco
What: 2008 Election Night Party.
RSVP: Sarah Zeiger sgrconsulting@yahoo.com

Eric Mar – District one – Election Night Victory Party
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
8 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Where: Headquarters, 4328 Geary Blvd., San Francisco
What: Relax and watch election returns. DJ Sam will be spinning music for us to celebrate change! Food and drinks provided. Free
Information: ericmar.com

John Avalos – District 11
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
8 p.m. til we drop
Where: Club Bottom’s up, 4704 Mission Street at Persia, San Francisco
What: Election Night Celebration. Eating, drinking and watching the returns. Dj’s Rudy C and J-Bird (Pacific Sound)
Information: Jonathan Wright jonathantwright@gmail.com

Yes on H and League of Young Voters
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
8 p.m.
Where: El Rio bar, 3158 Mission Street, San Francisco
What: Election night party. Watch election results on the big screen, funky music and lots of cheap shots (of the alcoholic and Palin variety). Dj’s SamFM & a RecordPlayer Named Adam.
Free.
Information: june@sfcleanenergy.com

Mark Sanchez – District 9 – Victory Party
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
9 p.m.
Where: Headquarters, 988 Valencia Street, San Francisco
What: Victory Party!
Information: marksanchez.org

Eric Quesada – District nine – Victory Party!
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
9 p.m.
Where: Roccapulco, 3140 Mission (between Cesar Chavez and Valencia) San Francisco
What: Victory Party. Celebrating with Prop. B, M, N and Q campaigns.
Information: ericquezada.com

Mark Sanchez – District 9
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
9 p.m. to 3 a.m.
Where: Headquarters, 988 Valencia Street, San Francisco
What: Election Night Party
Information: marksanchez.org

Ahsha Safai – District 11
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
After polls close.
Where: Pissed off Pete’s (it’s a bar), 4528 Mission Street, S.F. (between Brazil & Excelsior)
What: Celebrate.
Information: ahshasafai.com

$1. drinkers for voters at Shanghai Kelly’s
When: November 4, 2008 – Tuesday
Where: 2064 Polk Street (@Broadway), San Francisco
What: Trade in your voting receipt for a $1 drink. Enjoy the shot of the Week “Joe the Plumbers Crack”- Wild Turkey, Lime Juice & Triple Sec- $3.
Source:funcheapsf.com

November 5, 2008 – Wednesday

*SPUR – Post Election Recap
When: November 5, 2008 – Wednesday
12:30 p.m.
Where: SPUR, 312 Sutter Street, fifth Floor, San Francisco
What: Post election recap with political analyst David Latterman from Fall Line Analytics and Alex Clemens from Barbary Coast Consulting. this will be a 90 minute presentation.
Information: spur.org

*Tenant Associations Coalition (TAC) – Post-Election Fundraiser
When: November 5, 2008 – Wednesday
4:30 p.m. to ?
Where: Swig Bar, 561 Geary Street@ Taylor, San Francisco
What: Non-profit benefit for community based organization Tenant Associations Coalition of San Francisco. TAC is leading the fight for housing for low-income, seniors and the disabled. Music, live performances and comedy. Live performances include the Latin sounds of Jennifer Fuentes, Comedian Michael Capozzola, Folk styling of Steven Gary as well as DJ’s to help dance the night away. Master of Ceremony will be Debra Walker. Donation: $35. sliding scale.
Information: tenantassociationscoalition.blogspot.com Phone: 415-339-8327
P. O. Box 420846, San Francisco, Ca. 94142-0846

*San Francisco County Transportation Authority – Bi-County Transportation Study
When: November 5, 2008 – Wednesday
6 t 8 p.m.
Where: Bret Harte Elementary School, 1035 Gilman Ave., San Francisco
What: San Francisco County Transportation Authority and its Study Partners invite you to a community meeting on the Bi-County Transportation Study.
The study will identify and evaluate potential transportation projects to address planned development near the San Francisco/San Mateo County border and improve neighborhood access.
Multiple proposals are expected to bring up to 18,000 new housing units and 15 million square feet of employment to the area.
Learn and talk about potential and planned improvements:

  • US-101 Interchange at Candlestick Point
  • Extension of Geneva Avenue/re-build of Harney Way
  • Bus Rapid Transit on Harney and Geneva
  • Bayshore Caltrain Station access improvements and potential Oakdale Station.
  • Local roadway, bicycle and pedestrian facilities
  • Transit Service improvements
  • What are the biggest challenges for pedestrians, motorists, cyclists and transit users?
  • Which improvements are the most important to transportation and livability as growth comes to this area?
  • Which projects should be the highest priority.

Information: sfcta.org/bi-county chester.fung@sfcta.org

Veeps: Profiles in Insignificance
When: November 5, 2008 – Wednesday
7:30 p.m.
Where: Booksmith, 1644 Haight Street, San Francisco
What: bill Kelter and Wayne Shellabarger talk and have booksigning for “Veeps: Profiles in Insignificance”. Discuss the Vice-Presidents (hopefully not Sarah Palin!)
Information: booksmith.com

*The Coronas and the Hooks
When: November 5, 2008 – Tuesday
8 p.m.
Where: Boom Boom Room, 1601 Fillmore Street, San Francisco
What: the Coronas and the Hooks presented by Tom Murphy (SF Irish Fest) and Michael O’Connor (The Independent) . Blow off some steam the day after the election. politicos, hacks, the Coronas have an album that’s been on the Irish top 30 charts for 20 plus weeks and this is their first time in the US. Lead singer, Danny O’Reilly, is the son of famous Irish singer Mary Black. the Hooks will also play, one of San Franciscoco’s top musical acts. Tickets are $10.
Information: boomboomblues.com

November 6, 2008 – Wednesday

*Mission Loca@l – new website! – Celebrate the launch of the new site.
When: November 6, 2008 – Wednesday
5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: Cava 22, 3239 22nd Street at Bartlett, San Francisco
What: Mission Local@l (missionlocal.org) is a brand new website dedicated to news in the Mission District. Mission Local@l is celebrating by hosting a happy hour. they hope residents and others who follow Mission happenings will come by to meet them.
(this is a fabulous website – since I live in the neighborhood I am thrilled – I wish every neighborhood had their own website just like this one).
Information: missionlocal@gmail.com

*Mission Language & Vocational School 40th Anniversary
When: November 6, 2008 – Wednesday
6 p.m.
Where: Westin St. Francis Hotel, Union Square, San Francisco
What: Mission Language & Vocational School’s 40th Anniversary dinner. no host cocktails and Bocadillos prepared by MLVS’ Latino Cuisine Culinary Academy/Florida Street Cafe & Catering Services. Keynote Speaker: California State Assemblyman Alberto Torrico. Award Recipients: Orson Aguilar, Dr. Liliana Rossi, Victoria Sanchez De Alba and Rodrigo Santos. Executive Dinner Co-Hosts: Michael Burke, Nathan Nayman and Rey Ocanas. Master and Mistress of Ceremonies: Miguel Bustos and Marcel Medina. Ticket Price: Unknown
Information: mlvs.org

*Community Safety Forum for the Castro, Eureka Valley, Duboce Triangle, Corona Heights and Corbett Heights
When: November 6, 2008 – Wednesday
7 to 9 p.m.
Where: Eureka Valley Rec Center, 100 collingwood Street, San Francisco
What: Community Safety Forum.
Community safety forum will focus on safety issues confronting the neighborhood including crime, homelessness, community policing to disaster preparedness.

  • Captain Stephen Tacchini, Mission Station
  • A Lieutenant from Park Station
  • Greg Carey, Chair, Castro Community on Patrol
  • Tina D’Elia, Community United against Violence (CUAV)
  • Steve Adams, President, Merchants of Upper Market and Castro
  • Oona Weil, SF SAFE
  • Ken Craig, Triangle Martial Arts Association
  • Jane Warner, San Francisco Patrol Specials
  • Moderator: Scott Wiener

Forum is sponsored by: Castro Community on Patrol, Eureka Valley Promotion Association, Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association, Merchants of Upper Market and Castro and Castro/Upper Market Community Benefit District
Information: info@castropatrol.org

November 7, 2008 – Friday

*SPUR – the financial crisis and its impact on the local and regional economy.
When: November 7, 2008 – Friday
12 p.m.
Where: Spur, 312 Sutter, fifth Floor
What: how will the financial crisis affect the local and regional economy? SPUR and City Assessor Phil Ting are co-sponsoring a panel. Join economist Dr. Sean Randolph, President and CEO of the Bay Area Economic Institute, Steve Levy, Director of the Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy and Dr. Ted Egan, Chief Economist of the City of San Francisco.
$5. non-members
Information: spur.org

*Eric Mar – Campaign Champagne
When: November 7, 2008 – Friday
7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Where: 19th Avenue and California (details will be made available)
What: Eric Mar and friends and supporters wrap up, wind down and celebrate. Pop champagne bottles with friends and supporters of Eric Mar to celebrate all the hard work and victories. Hosted by Nicholas Michlig and the Eric Mar for Supervisor Campaign. Admission: bring yourself and a beverage of your own choice.
RSVP ericmar08@gmail.

November 8, 2008 – Saturday

*Post-election workshop
When: November 8, 2008 – Saturday
Noon to 3 p.m.
Where: Unitarian Church (Franklin at Geary) San Francisco
What: Lunch then a discussion on a mission for the future. Evaluate options for action. Endorsed by Paul Loeb, Ronnie Dugger, Eric Mar for Supervisor, Network of Spiritual Progressives, Rev. Glenda Hope, Peter Gabel, Michael Wong, Mary Nicely, Sherry Fuzesy. this workshop was planned by Roma Guy and Wade Hudson.
Information: my.barackobama.com/page/event/detail/organizing/gs53g8

November 9, 2008 – Sunday

*Neighbors of San Francisco General Hospital Fundraiser
When: November 9, 2008 – Sunday
6 to 8 p.m.
Where: Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, 953 De Haro Street, San Francisco
What: Fundraiser for Neighbors of San Francisco General Hospital. Music, food, drinks and a silent auction. get the latest updates on SF General’s Helipad Plans. $25.
Information: stophelipad.com/fundraiser.shtml

*New Items since last posting.Information:

–This is a lot of information, things change – please double check information before attending.

Please email items for the calendar to mission2894@gmail.com.

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