Guest Column: On Life and Love After 50: Reasons Behind Why I Write This Column

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. . On Life and Love After 50 By Tom Blake On Life and Love After 50 By Tom Blake By Tom Blake The Factors Behind Why I Maintain Writing This Column Tasks of all types are valuable for seniors in retired life Occasionally, when you’ve flattered years as well as years, you ponder,”Is it time for a modification?”The older one gets, the much more one asks the concern. I chose like that eight months back when I sold Tutor and Spunky’s, my Dana Factor deli after 26 years. It was tough to walk away, yet I understood it was time. Your body and your mind let you understand. I’ve created newspaper articles and also newsletters for almost as long

; my first column was released on July 4, 1994. Ever since, I’ve tattooed greater than 3,000 write-ups. This Sunday, a male in Costco asked,”Currently that you are resigned, are you visiting quit writing?”I really did not need to think of that inquiry for long.”

Not!”I reacted. When people resign, it is essential they have pastimes and also tasks that keep not only their physical bodies relocating, but of equal importance, activities that keep their human brains working. And I can not consider anything a lot better for me compared to creating to achieve the

last. I advise to people that before resigning, they currently have those leisure activities and activities in location. I began Stand Paddle Boarding(SUP )last October, 4 months before I

quit working at the deli so that I would certainly have a physical activity to go after on Day 1 of retirement. Now, my friend, Russell Kerr, who is additionally just recently resigned, and also I paddle four

or 5 times a week from Baby Beach in Dana Factor Harbor. For me, the mentally-stimulating task was also in area upon retired life with my newspaper creating. One particular feature of my pillar subject– On Life and Love after 50– is that the variety of individuals that locate themselves single later

in life maintains increasing. Individuals obtain separated and become widows and also widowers, and they are individuals who I hear from one of the most and also can assist the most. Column writing maintains me in touch with them. They email me with their experiences, questions and also dilemmas. Their details aids keep the column fresh. The subject never ever obtains old; there is constantly something new that turns up. This past Monday, I remained in the CVS Drug store in Dana Factor at Golden Light and also Niguel Roadway obtaining an influenza shot. Karen, one of the beautiful staff members that functions there stated,”I have actually been following your write-ups for many years as well as made use of to see you at the deli. “I told her I marketed it and also Karen said,”Oh, I recognize, I read concerning it in the newspaper.”It’s easy, rewarding minutes like Karen’s comment that encourage me to maintain writing the column. Recently, on the Searching for Love After 50 Facebook page I

oversee, one of the 470 participants, Gina Woodruff of Long Coastline, explained just how at age 50 she is beginning to travel on her very own to far-off areas, which I believe is quite brave for a single lady. In the last several months, she has been to New york city City and Vancouver, British

Columbia. Her encounters are so appealing I suggested she produce a blog site as well as publish an electronic book on the special subject of a solitary lady taking a trip alone. She states she will do that. Her writing and also traveling will certainly assist maintain her young. When elders inform me they want to create a book, I urge them to pursue electronic book publishing,

as it does not set you back much and also it is fairly easy to do. Because means, they can hand down their legacies to their family members. And while they are doing it, they will certainly be exercising their minds. One of the most heart-warming as well as rewarding facet of my writing is when an elderly couple states they satisfied since of something they read in a post, or a book, or a pillar that I composed. To those who ask, “Are you going to continue composing? “my answer is easy:”Do you have a tale to discuss?”Tom Blake is a Dana Factor homeowner and a former Dana Factor businessman that has authored several books on middle-aged dating. His latest publication can be found online at, www.smashwords.com/books/view/574810.

See his site at www.findingloveafter60.com (Yes, after 60, time rolls on.)To comment: tompblake@gmail.com!.?.!. “The age 50+songs Meet as well as Greet is arranged for Thursday, October 29, 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at Tutor and also Spunky’s Deli in Dana Factor. No admission fee. Delighted hour rates. Call 248-9008 for details

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San Clemente’s Candice Appleby a Big Winner at Pacific Paddle Games



Pacific Paddle Games, Oct. 10-11, Doheny State Beach. Photo: Alex Paris

Pacific Paddle Games, Oct. 10-11, Doheny State Beach. Photo: Alex Paris

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The inaugural SUP Magazine Pacific Paddle Games, presented by Salt Life, Oct. 10 and 11, at Doheny State Beach, hosted hundreds of the world’s best paddle sports athletes and San Clemente’s own Candice Appleby was the overall winner among the pro division women.

Candice Appleby at Pacific Paddle Games, Oct. 10-11, Doheny State Beach. Photo: Alex Paris

Candice Appleby (San Clemente) the overall winner among the professional level women at the first ever Pacific Paddle Games, Oct. 10-11 at Doheny State Beach, looks fast and fierce, making a dash for the finish line. Photo: Alex Paris

Connor Baxter of Hawaii took top honors in men’s pro competition.

The two shared the majority of the largest paddle sports prize purse ever—$55,000.

The Manufacturers Team Challenge saw the Riviera Paddlesurf team in first, followed by the Infinity team in second, and in third, the FCS team. The teams competed for advertising in SUP Magazine, online and in print.

A large field of local athletes earned great times, finishing high in the rankings at all levels, from juniors to adults.

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Going underground: See O.C. homes with tricked out subterranean spaces

Standing near a baby grand piano on the subterranean level of his house in Corona del Mar, Mark Binder recalled the basement of his boyhood home in the hamlet of Dix Hills, N.Y., on Long Island.

“It was cement,’’ the 51-year-old financial adviser said. “We had a pingpong table down there. It was more for storage.”

His new basement, by contrast, is something like the lower lobby of a boutique hotel, complete with a home theater, a backlit, wall-size piece of art, a wine collection, a full gym, bathroom and shower, and enough room for a piano-driven sing-along.

“This basement, I want it to be just as livable as any other part of the house,” said Binder, whose home was completed in 2013. “This is functional living space.”

At the very least. It’s also a way to build a bigger house without violating height restrictions or blocking the neighbors’ views, and, real estate agents say, it’s a way to command a higher selling price later on.

With that in mind, homebuyers are digging down.

CATCHING ON

Subterranean levels are an emerging trend to the south of Binder’s neighborhood, in Cameo Shores, where excavation below terraced streets is picking up steam. Builders there believe the new configurations – a garage entry on the street below the home and underground spaces for amenities such as theaters, bars, massage rooms and deep outdoor courtyards – will increasingly catch on and transform the neighborhood.

“There’s a lot of development going on in Cameo,” said Mike Close, president of Spinnaker Development, who notes that houses built there decades ago won’t be remodeled indefinitely. “These homes have kind of hit their life span.”

It’s a polite way to say some are teardowns.

Newport Beach doesn’t keep track of the number of homes built with subterranean levels, city spokesman Tara Finnigan said. In Newport Coast’s Crystal Cove, about 90 percent of the houses were built with subterranean levels, and in Shady Canyon, about 50 percent have them, according to Bill Lobdell, spokesman for the Irvine Company.

Some homebuyers who are digging deep are actually downsizing from massive homes in the Newport Coast hills, said Eliisa Stowell, an agent with Surterre Properties. “They want the same amenities,” she said, “just on a smaller scale.”

Real estate agent Summer Perry, also with Surterre, expects to see more buyers and builders going underground.

“The price per square foot in this community has jumped to over $1,200 a square foot, even $1,500,” she said, standing in front of a home with a subterranean level under construction in Cameo Shores. “A teardown (house) on this street is probably $6 million.”

Ron Millar of Arbor Real Estate Professionals represents a newly built, 7,721-square-foot Spinnaker home in the neighborhood that recently hit the market at $13.99 million. A large, subterranean courtyard open to the sky sends natural light into the 3,000-square-foot lower level, which includes a full bar, wine room and theater.

“I don’t even call them basements,” Millar said. “Basements, you think of an old, empty space. Now the finish levels are identical to the rest of the house – same stones, floor treatments and wall treatments.”

He, too, sees homebuilders continuing the trend: “It’s more likely that they’re going to do it than not.”

CONDOS COMING

Houses aren’t the only properties going underground. Aerie, a luxury seven-condominium project in Corona del Mar designed by renowned architect Brion Jeannette will include units with a variety of “daylighted” subterreanean levels, meaning they will have exposure to natural light.

Set at the corner of Ocean Boulevard and Carnation Avenue, the condos under construction have sweeping views of Newport Harbor. A subterranean swimming pool and spa also will be daylighted and will have glass, see-through sections. A 2,000-square-foot lounge will look out on Aerie’s private yacht marina and remote beach.

The project is about 2 1/2 years from completion, said Jeannette, of Brion Jeannette Architecture, and builder Tony Valentine, of Tony Valentine Construction, on a visit to the site last week.

“It’s the largest basement structure we’ve ever done,” Valentine said. “It’s 1.75 acres on the bayfront, which is unheard of.”

OVER THE TOP

The famed Portabello estate is Jeannette’s signature project.

Completed in 2001 on a triple oceanfront lot in Cameo Shores, Portabello was designed with extraordinary subterranean amenities, including a movie theater with a marquee and ticket booth, a mini-diner with a kitchen, soda fountain, bar and seating, a jewelry “store” for displaying family heirlooms, and a two-lane regulation bowling alley complete with a shoe and ball “rental” area.

As eye-popping as Portabello is – it even made the Oprah Winfrey show – it wasn’t Jeannette’s first subterranean project. He’s been designing over-the-top homes with “basements” (his word) since the late 1970s. In 1984, he created a home in Laguna Beach on a coastal bluff with subterranean levels that include an indoor pool, a bowling alley and a pistol range.

He also was the architect of the famous “Rock House” in that city, an entirely subterranean home built into, as the name suggests, a massive rock.

In fact, he’s designed basements for so many waterfront properties that he regards them as “commonplace,” he said, “particularly for properties with buildable square footage limitations.”

More recently, Jeannette and Valentine combined forces on an ocean-view Laguna Beach home with a circular, stainless steel and glass elevator that descends to a subterranean level where a gleaming white Lamborghini sits on a turntable. Homeowner Nick Lopez spins the car around and drives it onto an elevator, which brings it up to his ground-level garage.

Lopez, 34, figures he could house eight cars between the two garages. But, in addition to the Lambo – “for date nights” – and a BMW, the lower space now accommodates a specially designed poker table and a sleek pool table with a lighted base. He also wants to put in a wet bar.

The desire to dig deep must run in the family. Lopez, who works in marketing for his family’s medical device company, said his father, who lives in another Laguna Beach house, once considered installing a subterranean ice skating rink.

COSTS GO UP

The increased cost of construction depends on the complexities of each property and how it’s meant to be used.

“Generally we suggest our clients budget 20 percent more for the subterranean square footage than the cost of square footage above ground,” Jeannette said. “Structural engineering fees are about 15 percent more, simply because of retaining walls and load-bearing calculations.”

Waterfront properties require “de-watering,” which uses pumps and other techniques and devices to build waterproof barriers during construction.

However, Jeannette added, on an expensive coastal parcel, the increased costs are more than offset by gaining additional, usable square footage.

“In some cases,” he said, “the subterranean footprint can nearly double the otherwise allowable building area.”

ON THE MARKET

Homebuyers aren’t necessarily asking to see homes with subterranean levels, said real estate agent Tim Smith of Coldwell Banker Previews International. “However, they do ask to see homes with greater square footage,” he said. “If someone is searching for a larger home in coastal O.C., it’s almost inevitable that the two will go hand in hand.”

Houses with dramatic underground spaces that Smith currently represents include one for $19.99 million at The Strand in Dana Point. The 8,838-square-foot home has a window in a subterranean bar that looks into the swimming pool. He also has listed a newly built 8,315-square-foot house with a resort-style subterranean spread on the grounds of the Montage hotel in Laguna Beach. Pricetag: $28.75 million.

The most over-the-top underground space Smith has seen was a 50,000-square-foot house on eight acres in Rolling Hills in Los Angeles County with an asking price of $53 million. The estate includes five subterranean levels, including an indoor tennis court built to U.S. Open specifications that also can be used as a ballroom.

Even if it’s not part of a lavish behemoth, a submerged level, hidden from the street, often comes as a surprise.

“It’s spectacular to walk in and see these sexy subterranean spaces unfold,” Smith said.

Contact the writer: mkalfus@ocregister.com On Twitter: @mkalfus

Saddleback College: Higher Education Facility Looks Forward

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local community college celebrates virtually five years of modification, proceeds forward drive One of the most recent and ongoing improvements at Saddleback College, as it moves into its fifth decade of service, is a new Sciences Building, now under construction. Photo: Andrea Swayne Among one of the most current and continuous renovations at Saddleback University, as it moves into its 5th decade of service, is a brand-new Sciences Building, currently under construction. Image: Andrea Swayne By Eric Heinz, Allison Jarrell and Andrea Swayne As Saddleback University transforms 47, the school is looking toward the future with a number of projects in academia and also homes. In its virtually 5 years of

solution to the area, Saddleback has been a staple for

neighborhood students, both typical and also non-traditional, as well as has constantly tried to meet the demands of the changes in neighborhood population and society. Widely known in the tri-city location, in addition to throughout southern Orange Region, as the regional college, Saddleback draws a large number of area senior high school grads from San Clemente, Dana Hills and also San Juan Hills senior high schools– lots of before they’ve completed

their elderly year. As the college starts its fifth years of solution, we are looking at current difficulties as well as brand-new advancements on the perspective. SCHOLASTICS Kathy Werle, Ph.D, Saddleback College vice president for guideline, said although the college has no strategies in the immediate future to supply four-year programs, it is possible specialized educational program can create. In January, 15 community collegeswere chosen to provide pilot four-year programs, but Saddleback was not amongst that group, as California neighborhood college officials regarded the institution was much better suited as a two-year college.” The(The golden state Area University )Chancellor’s Office was

truly considering offering high-unit programs that surpass the number we can allow pupils to move with as well as contended with programs four-year California universities supply,”Werle stated.”Our job was … considereded as also near what the four-year colleges were doing.”The area colleges chosen to receive four-year programs were provided bachelor’s level offerings in subjects such as oral hygiene and also mortuary science– programs that Saddleback wanted however did not get. Had Saddleback been given these four-year programs, Werle stated, it would certainly have placed them in direct competitors with current four-year schools the neighborhood university presently sends its two-year transfer students to. Although not chosen for four-year programs, a minimum of this time around, Saddleback’s general goal as an organization has continuously altered in time in several various other methods, Werle added.”Historically, Saddleback had a hefty attention of job technical education and learning programs,”she stated.”I assume individuals in the area see us even more as a transfer institution now. As well as Capistrano Unified School District, along with Saddleback Valley(area), are functioning to strengthen grown-up education and learning and also we got moneying to enhance the variety of classes are provided.”From adult education programs for non-traditional pupils furthering their education, to simultaneous as well as dual enrollment for students wishing to take college courses before they finish secondary school, Saddleback officials function to maintain rate with neighborhood requirements and also ases needed. Werle said a few of the courses offered are specifically beneficial due to the fact that high college Advanced Positioning course credit history could be unstable– some universities call for a top score on the test in order to get credit, as well as if that does not take place, the course does not accomplish its intended purpose. Innovation Via Individual Determination is likewise supplied at Saddleback, which assists students adapt to the university environment. Werle said Saddleback is the only area university that supplies AVID– a nationwide senior high school program– in The golden state. A large part of the university’s duty is to guarantee credit rating transfers are guaranteed in order to help with students to bigger universities to complete their bachelor’s levels and beyond, Werle said. The variety of pupils moving to specific universities modifications every year, Saddleback public details officer Jennie McCue said, however UC Berkley, UC San Diego and also San Diego State are traditionally among the top colleges.”We have a variety of programs specifically lined up with the college programs,”Werle stated. The Fresher Advantage program provided by the university engages brand-new pupils with assistance in planning their scholastic schedule throughout their studies. Next fall, Werle claimed, the university will certainly function on a cohort-based timetable that would offer pupils even more time to take general education and learning courses while they choose on a major.

The university is additionally looking to execute a June 20 start date for summer courses, after the secondary schools are out for the year. As well as early enrollment will certainly currently occur March 15. Saddleback currently enrolls regarding 25,000 pupils.

SECONDARY SCHOOL VIEWPOINTS Local high institution authorities have actually kept in mind of the statewide promote community universities to offer more 4-year degrees, as well as they’re eagerly waiting for those possibilities ahead to South Orange Region. Of the 60 percent of CUSD’s college-bound senior citizens who go to Saddleback University, a substantial variety of pupils originated from Dana Factor, San Clemente as well as San Juan Capistrano. Maureen Scherf, head scholastic advisor at San Juan Hills Secondary school, stated that

although Saddleback College is not yet part of the statewide aviator program, she’s anticipating future possibilities at the institution for pupils to obtain their bachelor’s degree in career

technical education and learning areas. Scherf claimed the technical training

that community colleges are beginning to offer students is invaluable in today’s task market as well as makes pupils a lot a lot more eligible. She added that this is especially real in Orange County, which she said is “filled” in bachelor’s degrees.” One of the most essential thing is merely focusing on job technical education– sector markets that typically in the past One Decade have not employed a whole lot of youngsters since they typically aren’t educated” Scherf claimed.” Neighborhood colleges are looking to

educate those children. “Brad Baker, assistant principal of guidance at San Clemente High College, stated he’s additionally pleased with the possibility for regional high-level, inexpensive programs.”The lower line is that it’s important to bridge secondary school as well as junior university partnerships, offering several paths for students to choose from anywhere they see themselves in the future,”Baker said.”Assisting that choice … that’s our work.” FACILITIES RENOVATIONS The university is presently creating a new scientific researches building, an 81,381-square-foot building with 26 scientific research research laboratories, four class and also staff workplaces, according to

the yearly state of the university report provided by Saddleback Head of state Tod Burnett, Ph.D, in August. The structure, anticipated to be complete in fall 2016, is the most visual sign of development on university currently– one that will certainly not just be a renovation for the institution’s scientific research programs, but is likewise

bring about a need for the addition of other brand-new facilities. Tony Lipold, athletic supervisor as well as dean of kinesiology and athletics, claimed the brand-new science structure has created a parking problem, which consequently will result in the 2018 enhancement of a new arena as well as practice fields. “In order to offer more vehicle parking closer to the new scientific research building, our east method fields for football as well as soccer– that currently border the ball park– will need to be transferred,”Lipold stated.”A new arena has gotten on the radar, since the school opened. The present arena has actually consistently been pertained to as temporary, the only long-term functions in it being the lights and also the house bleachers. It has actually worked yet it hasn’t been perfect.”With moneying

finally in position, a brand-new 8,000-seat, advanced center is slated for construction in 2018 at the website of the current stadium, he stated. The project will additionally consist of nine track lanes as well as a field likewise matched for football, football, lacrosse and also show events

inside, as well as outside, brand-new areas for football, football as well as area for track and also area tossing occasions.”The new arena is long overdue, “Lipold said.”Probably things its construction will certainly have one of the most influence on is that it’s visiting be an arena for use by all southern region secondary school teams that have actually historically needed to play CIF national championship at places like Orange Shore University and also Cal State Fullerton, the closest suitable stadium having to do with 30 miles away. “Lipold likewise stated he sees the brand-new arena as creating a brand-new portal to Saddleback, both physically– due to its place as individuals go into school off of Avery Parkway– and when it concern recruiting, by holding both high profile high school and university occasions.– Publisher’s Note: An earlier variation of this story as well as in the heading of the Oct. 22-28 edition of the San Clemente Times improperly explained Saddleback College’s age. The college will transform 50 in 2018. Academics, University, Dana Factor, Facilities, Featured, Orange Region, Programs, Saddleback University, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano

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Triton Report: Tritons Run to Top-10 Finishes at OC Championships

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. . L to R: Carlos De Jesus, Connor Dunne, Sean Riley, Kaeden Carabba, Patrick Riley, Jeremy Brady and Daniel Hernandez and the San Clemente boys’ cross-country team placed 10th at the Orange County Championships on Oct. 17. Photo: Scott Riley L to R: Carlos De Jesus, Connor Dunne, Sean Riley, Kaeden Carabba, Patrick Riley, Jeremy Brady and also Daniel Hernandez and the San Clemente kids’cross-country team put 10th at the Orange Region Championships on Oct. 17. Image: Scott Riley By Steve Breazeale For in-game updates, scores, news and even more for every one of the San Clemente High Institution drop sporting activities programs, follow us on Twitter @SouthOCsports. Tritons Go to Top-10 Finishes at OC Championships Led by the initiatives of Connor Dunne as well as Carlos De Jesus, the San Clemente Secondary school children ‘cross-country team finished 10th general at the Orange County Championships on Oct. 17 at Irvine Regional Park. Dunne’s time of 15:45 gained him a 30th-place coating and also

De Jesus, that appeared just 7 few seconds

behind Dunne, took 40th at the distinguished race. Sean Riley and also Patrick Riley completed 61st and also 64th, respectively. The Tritons females cross nation team competed in the Department 2 varsity race at the OC Championships and positioned fifth general. San Clemente was

led by sophomore Chandler Horton’s third-place coating. Horton looped the track in a time of 18:31. Senior Makenna Brownell (19:17) positioned 20th and also jr Harbour McDonough(19:25)took 33rd. Both Triton groups will certainly make the trip to contend at the Mt. SAC Invitational on Oct. 24. Golf Team Wins Organization Title The San Clemente women ‘golf team showed its depth that won them a South Coast Organization title at the organization finals tournament on Oct. 20. All six of the Triton golfers progressed to the 2nd day of competition for the very first time in program record, and also 3 players gotten approved for CIF individual competition. Isabella Seeburger placed third at league finals, Olivia French placed 6th and Aria Dalkas put seventh

. Madi Wiedeman, Erica Cornelius and also Olga Mihalik rounded out the remainder of the Tritons turning that competed at the occasion. Seeburger, French and also Dalkas will play in the CIF Southern Person Regional at Daddy Miller Golf Training course on Oct. 26. The Tritons finished the normal period with an 11-3 overall record, including a 7-1 mark in the South Coastline Organization.

The Tritons caught the organization title for the very first time given that 2009. As a

team, the Tritons will proceed postseason

dip into the CIF Southern Team Champion at Lakewood Golf club on Nov. 2. Going over Bye, Tritons Football Focuses on Hawks The Laguna Hills Senior high school football team must have plenty of motivation when they travel to play San Clemente in a Sea View Organization matchup on Oct. 23. The Hawks(5-2, 1-1 organization)saw a 14-point lead vaporize in the 2nd half against Capistrano Valley last week, as the Cougars rallied late and also arised with a 32-21 victory. The loss without a doubt will still get on the minds of the Hawks, that are additionally playing inspired football for their head instructor. This will be the last walk around in organization bet Laguna

Hills’longtime instructor Bruce Ingalls, who announced he will certainly be tipping down from the job at the beginning of the year. Ingalls

has been a train on the Hawks staff for 29 years as well as has been the head instructor for the previous 17 periods. The Hawks won one video game last period as well as have made a visible jump up until now in 2015.”You could definitely tell the children are betting(Ingalls),”San Clemente head instructor Jaime Ortiz claimed. “It’s an honor and a benefit to train versus him this period. He

‘s one of one of the most reputable instructors in Orange Region. For us it’s an excellent examination to sort of see where we’re at.” The Tritons( 5-2, 1-0 )had no worry quiting Capistrano Valley and their prolific running back Tyler Waggoner on Oct. 9 in

a 42-6 win, and also Ortiz stated the Hawks video game plan will pose a comparable danger today. Ortiz claimed the Hawks are a run-dominant squad and will attempt to reduce things down by gathering up prior to plays. It needs to be a stark comparison to the Tritons, who employ a no-huddle, up-tempo infraction. The video game against the

Hawks will be the homecoming game, as well as the Tritons will certainly participate in the annual homecoming parade on Avenida Del Mar before the game. Aria Dalkas, brandon reaves, Bruce Ingalls, Carlos De Jesus, Connor Dunne, Erica Cornelius, Homecoming, Isabella Seeburger, jaime ortiz, Laguna Hills Football, Laguna Hills Secondary school, Madi Wiedeman, Olga Mihalik, Olivia French, San Clemente, San Clemente Cross Nation, san clemente

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