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Today we celebrate the anniversary of February 11, 1937. It all began on January 31, 1936, and continued as an often bloody sit-down strike in Flint, Michigan, until it ended with the first union agreement between the United Autoworkers (UAW) and General Motors on February 11, 1937.  UAW Local Union 659 was born out of that strike, and its hall became known as “The Pioneer Hall Of The UAW”. Later, on February 11, 1948 Bert Christenson, a member of UAW Local 598 (A sister Local Union in Flint), initiated National White Shirt/White T-shirt Day. The wearing of a white shirt was to send a message to management – who all wore white shirts every day – that we workers were every bit as good as they are. This manufacturing plant, and the “Pioneer Hall” is the root of our great union.

Unfortunately… Today, there is not a brick left standing of that entire 78 acre manufacturing complex, and the “Pioneer Hall” has been sold by the IUAW, and is currently a head shop. What a shameful mindset. In nature the analogy would be; “If you can kill the root, you can kill the tree”. In real life the analogy would be; “If you can kill its root, you can kill the Union.” Please never let us forget, deny or forsake our roots, and always strive to keep our union ALIVE and WELL!

The Author – Leroy McKnight – hired into the plant where the sit-down initiated, and today all that remains is the Michigan Historical Marker – designating the site of the Flint Sit-Down Strike. The marker is located on the northwest intersection Chevrolet Avenue, and the Flint River. Later the plant was known as “Chevy – Down In The Hole”. Brother McKnight’s first job station was about 70 feet to the northwest of the Historical Marker. While walking out on his second day in the plant and old man, a sit-downer, grabbed him by the shoulder and said:

People died right here on this sidewalk so you could work here today, and don’t you EVER FORGET IT!!!” He never has…


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2006 – UCLA Class Action Plaintiff “Incentive Award” Study

UCLA "Incentive Award Study"

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February 3, 2018 Detroit: 2006 UCLA Study indicates that 27.8% Of Class Actions Settlements Pay Out “Incentive Awards”, And ON AVERAGE The “Incentive Award” For EACH Plaintiff is 12.42%.

Page 1348 “Conclusion” Of The 2006 UCLA Study.

UCLA Page 1347

Page 1348

“The Average Total Settlement of $128,803.”

“The Average [Incentive] Award PER CLASS REPRESENTATIVE was $15,992”.

Here Are Those Settlement and “Incentive Award” Amounts Displayed As A Percentage:

Award Percentages

The Smaller Percentage Is From the Average Amount of 12.42%
Actual Percentage of Class Action “Incentive Awards” To Each Plaintiff May Vary.
However, Lets Look At the Average “Incentive Award”,
Paid Out Based On Several Different Settlement Amounts:

This Considers Attorney Fees, Attorney Expenses [estimated], Each Plaintiff Award, and Award For The Class.

Settlement Payout Amounts

Again, This Is Based On The 2006 UCLA Study Of Class Action “Incentive Awards”, and Uses The Average Percentage.

Actual Percentage of Class Action “Incentive Awards” To Each Plaintiff May Vary.

From The Above Smallest Settlement Amount of $50m; EACH Class Representative/Plaintiff Would Receive Just Over $6.2m.

Enough To Get REAL ANGRY About!

2006 UCLA Study Of Class Action “Incentive Awards” Paid To “Class Representatives” aka “Plaintiffs”.

“Leadership Is Never About “Power and Control”, But Rather For The Privilege And Honor Of Serving The Membership; In The INTEREST OF THE MEMBERSHIP!”

With that being said, Ask Yourself:

Exactly Whose Interest Is Being Most Served By The Lawsuit Against FCA and The Union?


Also, Didn’t The Icobelli Plea Agreement Indicate He Paid A “Mere” 1.5 Million Dollars?


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FCA and UAW Membership Sued


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January 30, 2018 Detroit MI: The frustration levels within the membership of the UAW are so high that, some members actually donated: To  sue themselves.

Lest we forget that in the end; The members are ultimately “The Union”.

In his first “official act”, Reform Caucus “Leader” slated as FCA Vice President – Brian Lee Keller, has sued the very membership he aspires to represent.


The primary things asked for in the document provided below are:

  1. The Court award “damages in an amount to be determined by a jury”;
  2. The Court award award “reimbursement of all dues paid during the conspiracy period”;
  3. The court order “FCA to repay the plaintiffs, and the class the excess value the UAW Paid for the equity interest”;
    1. Note that there appears to be two classes of recipients as in “plaintiffs” and “the class”.
      1. It is not known if the plaintiffs would receive a disproportionate amount of the settlement – according to the agreement they made with this law firm.
    2.  Note, the only known “billion of dollars of equity interest” in FCA is held in the FCA portion of the UAW Retiree Health Care VEBA.


  1. As for FCA’s portion of: The “amount to be determined by a jury” – monies would likely come from:
    1. FCA’s capital reserve, and…
    2. From current FCA bottom line profits, and…
    3. From future FCA bottom line profits.
  2. As for the UAW’s portion of: The “amount to be determined by a jury” – monies would likely come from:
    1. The UAW’s, sorely needed, “Strike and Defense Fund”, and/or…
    2. The rank and file membership in the form of increased Dues Dollars. [Potentially ordered by the Court.]
      1. Some UAW rank and file members actually donated to the filing of this suit.


  1. The end of the tier pay structure,
  2. The return of cost of living,
  3. The return of overtime after 8 hours,
  4. The end of alternative work schedules,
  5. The end of the abuse of temporary workers
  6. A true pathway to seniority,
  7. A true pathway to top wage,
  8. The return of a pension for everyone,
  9. It didn’t address a pension raise for all retirees,
  10. It didn’t address fixing health care for everyone – including retirees,
  11. It did not address the removal and replacement of the leadership at Solidarity House, and finally…
  12. 1 member 1 vote was NOT at all addressed in this lawsuit.

All things that desperately need to be addressed and corrected, but were not even spoken of in this suit!

There is an old saying:

Be Careful What You Ask For, As You Just Might Get It, And There May Even Be: Unintended Consequences!


Please read this suit’s actual court filing for yourself:



While frustrations are extraordinarily high, and intentions are well meaning; this does now seem to be all about a pay-day for lawyers. Thus, some questions beg to be answered:

  1. How much money will actually left for the plaintiffs and class after the attorney’s scoop out their cut – typically assessed at one third of the settlement plus expenses?
  2. Who has been bitten by the “Greed Bug”?
  3. With so much money in the balance; has this very court action turned “Reform the UAW” into “Destroy the UAW”?


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Icobelli Plea Agreement

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Here Is The Actual Icobelli Plea Agreement.
[From Public Court Records]


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Feds Say- FCA Paid UAW To Sway Negotiations

Feds Say FCA Paid UAW To Sway Negotiations

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FCA officials paid to sway UAW negotiations, feds say

Detroit — Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV officials paid more than $1.5 million to United Auto Workers officers and employees to sway union contract negotiations, federal prosecutors said, part of a $4.5 million corruption scandal involving Detroit’s No. 3 automaker.

The accusations made Monday in a plea agreement with former FCA labor negotiator Alphons Iacobelli say for the first time in the investigation that executives’ actions were intended to corrupt UAW contract negotiations to favor Fiat Chrysler.

The plea deal suggests the corruption was more widespread than previously disclosed. It lasted for years as Fiat Chrysler officials lavished UAW labor leaders with cash payments and luxury items, including airfare, jewelry and secret $50,000 payments.

Read Detroit News’ Full Article Here!

 “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.”

~ Sir John Dalberg-Acton

TEAM Workin 4 A Livin remains vigilantly committed to protect our UAW Members from the reported corrupt activities, as indicated in this article.

This is the leadership that you can expect to be getting from “Workin 4 A Livin” Union leadership that subscribes to a LABOR ETHOS – and NOT a COMPANY ETHOS.

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MEA Endorses Whitmer For Governor of Michigan

MEA Endorses Whitmer For Governor

Michigan Education Association

Endorses Gretchen Whitmer

For Governor of Michigan

CENTERLINE 01-15-2018: On a snowy wintry day at Wolfe Middle School in Centerline, Michigan at precisely 1 pm in front of an auditorium packed full of enthusiastic teachers and invited guests Paula Herbart the President of the Michigan Education Association energetically endorsed former Michigan House Representative, Leader of the Michigan Senate and Ingham County Prosecutor Gretchen Whitmer for the esteemed position of Michigan Governor.

The announcement was met with a rousing response and standing ovation by everyone in the audience.

As she was surrounded by MEA Leadership, senior staff, rank and file teachers and her two children Gretchen Whitmer began to mesmerize the audience with her eloquently delivered message to them. She spoke of her long family heritage of teaching professionals, and that she and now her own children attend public school. She spoke of the recent victory by the MEA to recover the 3% monies taken unconstitutionally from the teachers, and continued to point out and tout the value of a high quality public school system – stating “Our economy demands it!” She made a commitment to work hard to deliver a quality education for every Michigan child regardless of race, creed, geographic location, social or economic status.

Governor Candidate Gretchen Whitmer then began to address the attacks, injustices and inequities being perpetrated upon the  public school systems of not only Michigan, but on the entire United States. She pointed to United States Secretary of Education – Betsy DeVos, a woman with no known education background, as one of the principle persons leading that charge.

She closed with a sincere and genuine commitment to each and every teaching professional to make their job better and to re-appropriate the monies needed to properly run a school system, to include monies for paper, pencils and other supplies that should never be required to be paid out of a teachers personal monies.

Please see the video and photos below:

Opening of Michigan Governor Candidate Grethen Whitmer’s Message To The MEA

MEA Endorses Whitmer For Governor

The Moment MEA President Paula Herbart Makes The Announcement

MEA Endorses Whitmer For MI Governor

Michigan Governor Candidate Gretchen Whitmer Takes The Podium

MEA Endorses Whitmer For Michigan Governor

Surrounded by MEA Leadership, Senior staff

and Rank & File Teachers.

MEA Endorses Whitmer For Governor Of Michigan

Family Also At Her Side

We most assuredly wish the MEA and Governor candidate Gretchen Whitmer the very best in this election year!

Please write in to and tell us your thoughts about whether our own union the UAW should endorse candidate Gretchen Whitmer for Governor of Michigan.

Your full comments are welcomed, though a simple “GW – Yes” or “GW – No” would also do.

Thank you for reading this and listen in to this Sunday’s show – January 21, 2018 for more details.

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2018-01-15 Tribute To Dr Martin Luther King

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Tribute

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Tribute To Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

On this day of January 15, 2018, we pay homage to one of the most influential people in American history. A great man and an Activist, who’s works transcend modern day times. MARTIN Luther King Jr., who’s agenda was not just to make a better life for himself and his family, But included All of us. He was a brave man who sacrificed his own life, marching and fighting against civil and social inequalities that oppressed many people from various walks of life. His mission continues as we STAND IN SOLIDARITY against Racial and Human inequalities daily.

Dr. King’s legacy has set a path for ALL people in this country to succeed. His mission was not to conform to the social norms of those struggling times but to fight for better times in the future. Today in 2018 we have made progress, but still a lot more to be done. Without the sacrifices of Dr. King and other selfless individuals who chose to stand with him, who knows what the world would be today.

In conclusion, like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. I also have a dream. My dream is for all people in this country no matter their race, ethnicity, sexuality, and economic status to be given the same opportunities and not be discriminated against.


In Solidarity

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2018-01-12 GM Robo Cars Coming 2019

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GM Robo Cars Coming 2019

Get ready, people. The Jetson’s Era is right around the corner.

Starting next year, General Motors will begin deploying a fleet of up to 2,500 self-driving cars that will have no steering wheel or pedals, making them the first true robo-taxis to hit the streets.

The vehicles, unveiled today, represent the fourth generation of GM’s autonomous vehicle (AV) technology since it acquired Cruise Automation, a Silicon Valley startup, in early 2016.

GM is escalating its high-stakes battle with Waymo, Google’s former self-driving car unit, to commercialize the world’s first fully self-driving cars. Google was the early mover back in 2009, igniting a tech race that represents the biggest change in personal transportation since horses were replaced with horseless carriages more than a century ago. Dozens of companies, including BMW, Volvo, Mercedes, Uber, Tesla, and Baidu, have joined the hunt but at the moment, it looks like a two-horse race between Waymo and GM.

Read Forbes Full Article Here!

TEAM Workin 4 A Livin remains vigilantly committed to protect people who are workin 4 a livin, and most especially our UAW Members from the coming autonomous robots intended to replace not only vehicle drivers, as indicated in this article, but us manufacturing workers ourselves.

To that end, Workin 4 A Livin has a Platform-Plank to immediately, upon election to leadership, commission a task force to assess what protections can be sought. This highly capable task force will be required to publicly publish monthly updates on their progress.

This is what you can expect to be getting from Union leadership with a LABOR ETHOS.

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2017-11-30 Response To Auto News Article

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Original Article

UAW caucus to nominate new leadership slate for 2018 election

November 29, 2017 @ 2:10 pm

DETROIT — Following failed organizing drives and an ongoing federal corruption probe, hundreds of UAW officials are expected to meet in Detroit this week to select a slate of candidates for the union’s 2018 elections.

The UAW’s Administrative Caucus — consisting of national and local officers and members — is scheduled to meet Thursday in Detroit to make its recommendations for leadership positions, including secretary-treasurer, vice presidents and president.

The union has not made any official announcement about the event; three people familiar with the plans confirmed the scheduled leadership meeting to Automotive News.

A UAW spokesman declined to comment.

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TEAM Workin 4 A Livin’s – Response:

As it happens… I am VERY PLEASED to be “invited” to join into THIS particular conversation to comment.

Throughout my “comment” let us remember that the “reported” overriding message of this article and purpose of this meeting is:

“The UAW’s Administrative Caucus – consisting of national and local officers and members – is scheduled to meet Thursday in Detroit to make its recommendations for leadership positions, including secretary-treasurer, vice presidents and president.” Something that has been done over and over for almost 70 years.

The article itself, sourced [anonymously] “by three people familiar with the plans”, is well written and provides some very interesting and well-crafted information… for the unwitting. Please indulge me, as I seek to add some additional “education” to the information provided to this very good author’s article.

First, it is no wonder that when this author asked the UAW for official comment, the result was: “A UAW spokesman declined to comment”.

Then the article addresses; “The meeting is part of the union’s election process…” includes that link to the UAW Constitution. I am very glad for that is being offered as the “authority”. So – in this “comment” – we will be referencing the UAW Constitution quite a bit. And… Of course, “referencing” just a little bit of Federal Law.

Now, there is the question of whether “this meeting” is actually part of the “union’s election process” and provided for in the UAW Constitution – remember Constitution is the authority given for this meeting.

Let’s start with “referencing” the Federal Law Authority; Title 29 USC 481 (a)… Titled “International Labor Organizations; Manner of Election”. This section obviously provides for; either a direct election by secret ballot, or at a convention of delegates chosen by secret ballot.

Clearly, the UAW long ago chose the method of “at a convention of delegates”, and that can be found in Article 8 of the UAW Constitution. Article 8 does indeed provide for the “Nomination” of local union delegates to the convention, and it also provides for “nomination” for executive office during convention.

However, Article 8 of the UAW Constitution does not in any way provide for nomination of “executive officers” other than at the at the Convention itself, and most especially NOT at any previous meeting or caucus meeting.

So, the truth of the matter is; that this particular meeting, whose reported purpose is, to nominate “executive officers” is NOT IN ANY WAY a part of the “union’s election process” as provided for by the UAW Constitution. But rather, as reported, the true purpose of this meeting is a Reuther Caucus meeting for its internal nomination of UAW executive officers, to also be nominated at Convention. I would also now note; that this meeting is being held during Thursday, in the middle of the work week, that there will be “leadership and members” travelling from all over the country, and even some lodging may be required.

Another matter in this article is; “…the union’s practice of not allowing anyone aged 65 or older to run for office.”

So… let’s return to The UAW Constitution. I have both read and digitally searched the entire UAW Constitution, most especially Article 8, for any language limiting the age of executive officers to 65 years of age, and such language DOES NOT exist.

Now… Very clearly, the age limit is not at all the “union’s practice” founded in the UAW Constitution, but rather a self-imposed Reuther Caucus rule created some seventy (70) years ago. Yes… That’s SEVEN DECADES AGO!!

And… We all know that the function of the chronological age 65 in the late 1940’s; is not the same functionality of a 65-year-old in 2017. In fact, just last year, the UAW, itself, endorsed a 69-year-old woman for PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, and in 2015 the national accounting authority FASB raised the pension funding requirements by over 20% to accommodate the average age in the U.S. rising by 20%.

At a time of such great controversy, one would expect that the UAW itself would be more forthcoming about this particular meeting, and not simply express: “no comment”, and that, even the “three people familiar with the plans”, as they confided to this author, would’ve tended toward the accurate, and not have been obfuscative. It is most certainly true that the Reuther Caucus has been conducting these same activities near’ 70 years. So long in fact that these activities have become “normal”, but… Are they truly “compliant”?

Having said that, I thank the author for such a well written and timely article, and I can barely express how happy I am to see this information in black-letter print in a such a main stream media source.

Oh… There is this one other “tiny” little thing; Title 29 USC 481 (g);. l’ll let you read that, and draw your own conclusions.

Leroy McKnight


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Happy Veterans Day

Happy Veterans Day

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History of Veterans Day

World War I – known at the time as “The Great War” – officially ended when the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919, in the Palace of Versailles outside the town of Versailles, France. However, fighting ceased seven months earlier when an armistice, or temporary cessation of hostilities, between the Allied nations and Germany went into effect on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. For that reason, November 11, 1918, is generally regarded as the end of “the war to end all wars.”

Physical end of WW1

Taken at 10:58 a.m., on Nov. 11, 1918, just before the Armistice went into effect; men of the 353rd Infantry, near a church, at Stenay, Meuse, wait for the end of hostilities. (SC034981)

Soldiers of the 353rd Infantry near a church at Stenay, Meuse in France, wait for the end of hostilities. This photo was taken at 10:58 a.m., on November 11, 1918, two minutes before the armistice ending World War I went into effect.
In November 1919, President Wilson proclaimed November 11 as the first commemoration of Armistice Day with the following words: “To us in America, the reflections of Armistice Day will be filled with solemn pride in the heroism of those who died in the country’s service and with gratitude for the victory, both because of the thing from which it has freed us and because of the opportunity it has given America to show her sympathy with peace and justice in the councils of the nations…”
The original concept for the celebration was for a day observed with parades and public meetings and a brief suspension of business beginning at 11:00 a.m.

The United States Congress officially recognized the end of World War I when it passed a concurrent resolution on June 4, 1926, with these words:
Whereas the 11th of November 1918, marked the cessation of the most destructive, sanguinary, and far reaching war in human annals and the resumption by the people of the United States of peaceful relations with other nations, which we hope may never again be severed, and
Whereas it is fitting that the recurring anniversary of this date should be commemorated with thanksgiving and prayer and exercises designed to perpetuate peace through good will and mutual understanding between nations; and
Whereas the legislatures of twenty-seven of our States have already declared November 11 to be a legal holiday:

Therefore be it Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), that the President of the United States is requested to issue a proclamation calling upon the officials to display the flag of the United States on all Government buildings on November 11 and inviting the people of the United States to observe the day in schools and churches, or other suitable places, with appropriate ceremonies of friendly relations with all other peoples.

An Act (52 Stat. 351; 5 U. S. Code, Sec. 87a) approved May 13, 1938, made the 11th of November in each year a legal holiday—a day to be dedicated to the cause of world peace and to be thereafter celebrated and known as “Armistice Day.” Armistice Day was primarily a day set aside to honor veterans of World War I, but in 1954, after World War II had required the greatest mobilization of soldiers, sailors, Marines and airmen in the Nation’s history; after American forces had fought aggression in Korea, the 83rd Congress, at the urging of the veterans service organizations, amended the Act of 1938 by striking out the word “Armistice” and inserting in its place the word “Veterans.” With the approval of this legislation (Public Law 380) on June 1, 1954, November 11th became a day to honor American veterans of all wars.
Later that same year, on October 8th, President Dwight D. Eisenhower issued the first “Veterans Day Proclamation” which stated: “In order to insure proper and widespread observance of this anniversary, all veterans, all veterans’ organizations, and the entire citizenry will wish to join hands in the common purpose. Toward this end, I am designating the Administrator of Veterans’ Affairs as Chairman of a Veterans Day National Committee, which shall include such other persons as the Chairman may select, and which will coordinate at the national level necessary planning for the observance. I am also requesting the heads of all departments and agencies of the Executive branch of the Government to assist the National Committee in every way possible.”

Legal Veterans Day

Signing of HR7786, June 1, 1954, this ceremony changed Armistice Day to Veterans Day. Alvin J. King, Wayne Richards, Arthur J. Connell, John T. Nation, Edward Rees, Richard L. Trombla, Howard W. Watts.

President Eisenhower signing HR7786, changing Armistice Day to Veterans Day. From left: Alvin J. King, Wayne Richards, Arthur J. Connell, John T. Nation, Edward Rees, Richard L. Trombla, Howard W. Watts

On that same day, President Eisenhower sent a letter to the Honorable Harvey V. Higley, Administrator of Veterans’ Affairs (VA), designating him as Chairman of the Veterans Day National Committee.

In 1958, the White House advised VA’s General Counsel that the 1954 designation of the VA Administrator as Chairman of the Veterans Day National Committee applied to all subsequent VA Administrators. Since March 1989 when VA was elevated to a cabinet level department, the Secretary of Veterans Affairs has served as the committee’s chairman.

The Uniform Holiday Bill (Public Law 90-363 (82 Stat. 250)) was signed on June 28, 1968, and was intended to ensure three-day weekends for Federal employees by celebrating four national holidays on Mondays: Washington’s Birthday, Memorial Day, Veterans Day, and Columbus Day. It was thought that these extended weekends would encourage travel, recreational and cultural activities and stimulate greater industrial and commercial production. Many states did not agree with this decision and continued to celebrate the holidays on their original dates.
The first Veterans Day under the new law was observed with much confusion on October 25, 1971. It was quite apparent that the commemoration of this day was a matter of historic and patriotic significance to a great number of our citizens, and so on September 20th, 1975, President Gerald R. Ford signed Public Law 94-97 (89 Stat. 479), which returned the annual observance of Veterans Day to its original date of November 11, beginning in 1978. This action supported the desires of the overwhelming majority of state legislatures, all major veterans service organizations and the American people.
Veterans Day continues to be observed on November 11, regardless of what day of the week on which it falls. The restoration of the observance of Veterans Day to November 11 not only preserves the historical significance of the date, but helps focus attention on the important purpose of Veterans Day: A celebration to honor America’s veterans for their patriotism, love of country, and willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good.


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