is an exceptional engineer and full time genius, with an
impressive history of making revolutionary inventions - many of which
are patented. Too many, in fact, to list here - instead some pointers
are given for your reading pleasure.
(Narrator: The above statement
is SARCASM. That's how Jim likes to see himself as. The reality is ...
somewhat different, as we shall show)
The purpose of this site
is to warn the known universe against giving Jim Drew any money. He has
a Jobs-level reality distortion field, and a number of groupies that
follow him from industry to industry to attack anyone who dares call
Drew a charlatan. Here, an attempt is made to dispel the bullshit.
This site was originally put together by an anonymous customer of Jim's
that lost a fair amount of money to his shenanigans. I've adopted it
per the license at the bottom of the page, and am in the process of
validating old links and adding new ones.
Please send corrections/updates/sightings/rants to
Note to Jim: legal threats will be ignored; all of these links are public and this site
isn't within the jurisdiction of any of your virtual lawyers in any case.
A Description of Jim Drew (borrowed from automags.org)
Jim Drew has been around in various forms over the years. However, he
was infamous around these parts for unrelenting chest-thumping, stroking
of his own ego, and a lot of smoke-and-mirrors explanations.
Essentially, he and his company, WAS, produced boards and code for
assorted paintball devices. Ironically, these actually worked rather
well. The problem was that, in most peoples opinion, he was not content
in just having something that worked well, and selling it straight, on
realistic merits alone. Instead, people felt that he, having described
his company as consisting of the rocket-scientists of paintball, would
resort to all sorts of muddy claims, hyperbole, and exaggerations or the
technology, and methodology behind his goods, such as advanced AI
algorithms that would completely eliminate dropped shots with
predictive analysis, super-fast processing, advanced queuing,
personality tests, SkyNet uplinks, and The Farmers Almanac.
made people even more irate toward him is that, instead of breaking
everything down and explaining his reasoning for making such claims, he
would resort to anecdotes about how he was a kid-genius who graduated
college at 16, designed hardware for Steve Jobs, and didnt need the
money anyway, so he didnt need to explain anything. That is, he didnt
need to explain, because he was the greatest and smartest, so you
wouldnt, and didnt need to understand, anyways.
Again, his stuff
worked, sometimes better than the other offerings, but it wasnt as
magically delicious as the descriptions would lead you to believe. Now
that I think of it, there was also some controversy about his de-bounce
methods, and how they were described as some super-awesome safety
method, while actually providing a very easy way to dial in excessive
amounts of bounce, and runaway.
Some of his transgressions included:
Claiming he was the first one to use a HES sensor in paint ball
- not Tom Kaye.
Claiming he was the first to ever use a HES for a
trigger system (ala Al Gore style) - not the US Navy which had patented
Claiming that the original Timmy had "shootdown" that his board
fixed. The funny thing was that I'd posted (online) computer chrono
strings showing no shootdown with the classic Timmy with OEM board (they
were posted to show the performance of the Palmer reg) months before the
Equalizer came out. The shootdown was a lie to hype the Equalizer out of
the gate as something timmy owners didnt just want but needed. I
believe he targeted the Timmy first due to it's huge popularity at the
That he had programmed "advanced AI" into his turborev board -
which had a processor simply incapable of what he claimed. (Debunked by
Miscue and others)
Messing up the AKA Equalizer board which led to
shootdown when it was used in guns that did not show shootdown with
other boards. Then launching a huge smear campign against AKA when they
came out with a hack to actually make the defective boards work.
Always riding Bob Longs nuts every time someone started hammering on
him. Bob Long this and Bob Long that and if you dont believe me go ask
Bob, etc Bob eventually got sick of the charlatan and dumped him like a
sack of potatoes. Evidently Bob and Jim werent near as close as Jim
liked to brag about over on PBN.
Claimed to have patented advanced
loader technology that was going to lead to him releasing a loader
unlike all others. He spent MONTHS hyping the loader online - nothing
ever materialized. (This was not the only example of "vaporware" he
spent weeks or months hyping to not ever be seen.)
There is a
number of other instances, too numerous to mention. He was a liar, who
often used double speak, half truths and backtracking to constantly
change his story - leading to his infamous coercive deletion of his
"over 3000" posts on PBN. Evidently, time and again people were quoting
his BS back to him and it was getting to messy for him so he deleted
his electronic record.
Jim's Lies About His Background
"Jim has worked with everyone
from NASA to special effects studios to name brand directors/producers
like James Cameron - where Jim created the ROV control system for
Cameron's historic Marianna Trench dive. When there is a problem,
people come to Jim for the solution"
(Citation needed, the only extant statement about his
involvement with James Cameron is an interview Jim Drew gave his local
- "With years of experience in radio control aircraft/UAV
electronics development, XPS has been the industry leader providing
cutting edge technology to entities such as NASA, law enforcement
agencies, the U.S. government, Hollywood production studios, and many
(Citation needed, none of his companies nor Jim himself are credited in the IMDB)
- "I was born (in 1965
a>) and raised in Oregon." (Klamath Falls, [
- "I [...] Attended school in Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Well, put in no uncertain terms, pretty much everything that comes out
of Jim Drew's mouth is pure unadulterated bullshit. I'll say it to
his face, too. He actually claimed he got three college degrees at the
age of 17...which was pretty remarkable...so I called the college
registrar...found it it was just what it smelled like...complete
He has burned through multiple businesses in the exact,
I mean, exact same way...produce a product that will supposedly do all
these things, then, after a long delay, produce something that
works...a little....but not as claimed...then leave the business,
having promised all sorts of things that never really
materialized." (dead link)
- "I got into electronics courtesy
of radio shack experimenter kits when I was about 8 years old. My dad
brought home a beta Commodore PET 2001, so I started with Commodore
products in 1976. [...] my Dad was involved with a lot of interesting
"things". He was a museum directo/currator and got Commodore to send a
sample to be used for inventory for the 1 million+ items... lol! 8K of
RAM and a cassette tape storage device."
- "I moved to Hawaii
after graduating from high school (in 1984) with the idea of living
there. I had family there, so I tried it out." (Note: if he was born in 1965, and graduated
from high school in 1984, then he was at least eighteen when he graduated -- not seventeen
as previously claimed)
Jim can be contacted via email at FrontierNet (as of 22 February
Jim's eBay store is here.
feed is here. (Narrator: please
note it is associated with XTreme Power Systems and has been inactive
Jim's Facebook page is here.
(2012) Jim Drew 2012 Interview
(2008) Jim Drew Interview
(2007) Jim Drew 2007 Interview - This interview was
conducted by Nate Lawson and included questions submitted by Pete Rittwage and Wolfgang Moser.
(1996) Jim Drew Speaks
(1993) Jim Drew 1993 Interview ("Delphi Conference")
Commodore 64 / Amiga
(1983-1985) CBM educational/support representative for Oregon
Products in this time period:
- (1984) ECHO
- (1985) Copy II 64 (published by Central Point Software)
PO Box 1080 Battle Ground, WA 98604
1-800-541-1541, (206) 687-5205, BBS (206) 687-5XXX
Products in this time period:
Quotes by/about Jim:
Utilities Unlimited International (UUI, 1985-1996)
"I [...] moved to Arizona 15 years ago." (=1992) "In August
of 1995 Utilities Unlimited International went bankrupt." [
emaculation] "UU, Inc. closed its door on August 26th,
1996." According to Jim Drew, ShapeShifter put it out of
Utilities Unlimited, Inc. 1641 McCulloch Blvd., Suite 25-124 Lake
Havasu City, AZ 86403 USA Telephone: (602) 680-9XXX BBS: (602) 453-9XXX
Amiga Hardware Manufacturer ID: 0x087B
WANTED: the original uu_news.txt, once posted on usenet
Quotes by/about Jim:
- (1986) Nibcopy [
- Nibcopy II
- Super Parameters (several editions) [C64CP]
- Keymaster (Parameter copier) [C64CP]
- Silver Series V1 (deprotector/cracker for Micropose Stealth
- (1986) Supercard [software] [C64CP]
- (1987) Supercard+ [C64CP
- (1987) Lock Pick Book 1 [C64CP]
- (1987) Lock Pick Book 2 [C64CP]
- (1988) Super Cartridge [pictures
- track/sector/density display for 1541 [picture]
"the Mac II (rip off of Supercard. Ami II) was very famous as being
the first time an Amiga company from the U.S. filed a lawsuit against a
company in the U.K. I do not know the legal outcome for the members of
the company (what criminal penalties they received), but we successfully
shut the company down and recovered all of their inventory, which was
not much by that time." [source
- (1992) Emplant [Manual] [BBoAH] [review
- Sybil [note] - disk
copier/imager commonly used with Emplant. AMAX was a MAC emulator by
Readysoft [homepage] that
was supposed to get a special version of Sybil at some point, but
- Super Card Ami II (floppy controller, internal) [BBoAH]
- Super Card Ami II (floppy controller, external) [BBoAH]
- Kickstart switcher [BBoAH]
"UK-based Blittersoft will
be handling world-wide distribution of all Persistence Software
products, as well as helping in their technical support. Persistence
Software is based at an unstated site in the US, but is unrelated to the
California-based company of the same name.." (Amiga Computing
Magazine Issue 106)
Microcode Solutions (1996-2002) [emaculation]
"Microcode Solutions is the undisputed leader in emulation
technology" [...] "I welcome you to check out our web site, download
our demo versions, and see for yourself why Microcode Solutions will
always be the leader in emulation technology."
(Narrator: Jim has instructed the Internet Archive to *not*
http://www.microcode-solutions.com [nslookup] Microcode Solutions 1799 Kiowa Blvd. #107-670 Lake
Havasu City, AZ 86403 firstname.lastname@example.org
Solutions at Blittersoft website (european distributor for Fusion,
Emplant, Emplant lite, Emplant 1200)
- (2002-08-01) "Jim Drew actually sent an e-mail
threatening legal action against myself when my comment posters
attacked him for missing the iFusion Windows deadline"
- (2003-05-27) Whatever happened to Microcode Solutions?
- (2003-06-04) "An old friend of mine wrote the first
Apple II emulator for the Amiga, Apple 2000. He sent it to Jim Drew,
since Drew had said he would be adding "modules" to his Emplant card.
Jim liked the emulator and said he would get back with Kevin
(Kralian). Next thing you know, he's reverse engineered it, claims to
have written his own emulator suddenly and has the nerve to accuse
Kevin of reverse engineering Drew's emulator (which nobody had, or has
ever had)." (abime.net)
- (2004-12-25) Longtime readers will also be
interested to know that Microcode Solutions, the creators of Fusion-PC
and home of Mihocka rival Jim Drew is now, according to Drew,
"primarily a military microcontroller development and testing
- Ace, a freeware Atari 8 bit emulator for
- AII, a freeware Apple II emulator for the Amiga.
- (-1999) PCx, a PC emulator for the Amiga. PCx was no longer listed
for sale by 1999. Joe Fenton later ported the emulator to Mac OS
- (-1999) WACKE an Atari 8 bit emulator for Macintosh.
Registration cost five dollars. It was no longer listed for sale as of
1999. Joe Fenton later released the emulator as freeware on his
- FUSION [emaculation] was
created by Jim Drew and Joe Fenton at Microcode Solutions. Version 3.0
was developed by Darek Mihocka at Emulators, Inc.
- (1998) FUSION PC
- A PC port of Fusion was released in July 1998. In May 2000, Fusion
PC was sold to Emulators, Inc., developer of SoftMac, a competing
- (2001) iFUSION - power MAC emulator (on Amiga) - In
April of 2001, Microcode released iFusion, an emulator of the PPC
Macintosh for the Amiga. At the time (and also prior to release of
iFusion) Microcode promised a PPC emulator for Windows. This was not
released. iFusion Amiga, Microcode's final product, was sold in 2002
to a publisher called Virtual Programming Limited. That company is no
longer selling the emulator.
Wicked Air Sports (WAS, 2001-2009)
"Wicked Air Sportz is the premiere developer and supplier for OEM and
aftermarket paintball electronics." [...] "Wicked Air Sportz makes the
fastest electronics and coding in the world...period! We openly
challenge any manufacturer to compare the results of their inferior
'C' written code to our highly optimized hand written assembly code.
There is simply no comparison."
of the website from archive.org is here
nslookup] Wicked Air Sportz 3269 Maricopa Ave. Ste. 114-511 Lake
Havasu City, AZ 86406 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
"Wicked Air Sportz started as a hobby for retired entrepreneur Jim
Drew in May of 2001." [...]
- (2001-08-20) Which way to mod my Revy?
("That's not a law of physics where I learnt them. The laws of physics
where I learnt them could be proved with formulae, testing and
hypothesis. I see no evidence here to the contrary. I see no maths or
theories of yours that hold up in real life testing or any deep
consideration. I remain extremely sceptical until this is proven to
happen. Or you can come up with any plausible theory about how it can
- (2003-12-12) Jim Drew: Banned from PBN,
mounting a sanitation campain on other boards! ("It appears he posted
some things that later he decided could get him into trouble and asked
that his user_id be deleted and EVERY post he ever made removed (...)
he admitted that he was deleting hundreds of old posts a day from PBN
as well as all other forums as well." (automags.org)
- (2003-12-22) Jim Drew: Exposed by Bob Long and
Terry from BLAST... (pbnation.com)
- (2003-12-22) Further commentary on the
above thread (automags.org)
- (2004-02-09) Jim Drew applied for a trademark on
the word "Debounce" (pbnation.com)
- (undated) After only 4 years...Wicked Air Sports went
out of business in May 2005 and was sold to an investment corporation.
Rumor has it, that the investment corporation was actually Jim Drew.
He sold it to himself for insurance purposes so he could put ramping
and full auto on his boards and he wouldnt be liable for it.
- (2006-04-25) Jim Drew's
at it again ("So much BS (even for Jim) I'm speechless. Why he has to
weave lies, half-truths and BS to sell good products is beyond me. Now
he's stooped to bashing other companies as well. Amazing - and Jack
Rice - the only guy who can give JD a run for the money. Guy doesn't
understand a lick of physics, fluid dynamics and engineering, yet
claims to have designed a marker that shoots flatter using "surfing"
- (2006-09-16) OT: Found where Jim Drew is spreading
his hype now ("There is some blind cheering, followed by some very
techical questions from engineers, which Jim fails to answer. Sound
- (2006-09-18) "The problem with him is that he ridiculously hypes the living hell
out of absolutely everything he makes, then attacks people with
insults and sarcasm when they ask for an explaniation. You can take a
look at his websites and see how he exclaims everything he does and
everything he makes out to be the fastest/smartest/best possible
product forever and ever amen (and alternately the same can be said
about any company he is affiliated with, they are all brilliant and
hugely successful etc etc). He's also threatened to sue everybody tha
argues with him and collides with his imaginary IP."
(thetinkersguild, via tapatalk)
- (2006-09-19) Jim Drew: Surfaces in a new hobby - but same old MO...
- (2006-10-31) "Jim threatened a law
suit. He got away with it at a lucky point in time. He almost had his
bluff called and all his posts kept while he was banned."
(thetinkersguild, via tapatalk)
- (2009-02-22) The Ford
Report: Why WAS is for sale ...
- (2009-09-09) Jim claims to have been issued a patent, but neither
he nor anybody else can find the number (rcgroups.com)
- Equalizer boards - The Equalizer is a
tournament legal board for various markers.
"Xtreme Power Systems is the premiere
developer of UAV, UAS, ROV, and radio control electronic systems"
[...] "The assembly and testing are done in accordance with MIL-Spec.
Each run of boards is x-rayed and checked via high power microscopes.
Only MIL-Spec parts are used, which guarantees operation of the
electronics in temperatures ranging from -40C to 150C degrees."
XPS' own forum is here.
XPS RF Technology Division is here.
Xtreme Power Systems 2440 N. Kiowa Blvd. Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
actual Trademarks: DivBee, Xtremelink
Commodore 64 / Amiga (Again!)
- (2012-05-30) "
write precomp is not the action of skewing bits forward or backwards.
Write precomp, in the true sense as used in every MFM and GCR drive
(including the 1541/71/81 drives) is that the signal intensity is
increased the closer you get to the center of the disk. Because data
is moving quicker, the "magnetic power" required to successfully write
bits must be increased." (->wikipedia
- (2012-06-15) http://www.
- (2012-08-25) "I designed a microSD interface for .D64 support (like the
SD2IEC and others), but it fully fits under the CIA. So, you remove
your CIA, put it on this board, and plug the board into where the CIA
was originally. It's about 1/16" larger (all around) in size than the
original CIA. The electronics and micro-SD card is directly under the
CIA chip itself. You would get the same functionality as many of the
various versions, including support for fast loaders."
- (2012-10-18) "If there is enough interest, I can create a drop-in
replacement for the 6522, 6526, 8520, etc."
- (2012-11-28) "1541 drive emulator that emulates the 1541 hardware
exactly, including the parallel port output"
- (2012-11-29) "
I will also be releasing a digital track display, and a cartridge
device/REU that fits under the 6510 in the C64. Lots of things planned
for next year but no release dates or pricing."
- (2012-11-29) "digital
track display for the 1540/41, 1541C, 1541-II, 1571, and
"Jim Drew, the original creator of most all
of the Megasoft and Utilities Unlimited products is back at it again,
developing new and exciting products for the Commodore 64/128 and
Amiga computers." (cbmstuff)
nslookup] 2440 Kiowa Blvd. N. #102 Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403 USA
fax: +1, 928-854-3661 mailto: email@example.com
- (2013-01-03) SX64
- (2013-09-30) http://atariage.com/forums/topic/217242-jim-
"I'd advise against buying from him. I purchased the card a while
ago and never got it, tried contacting him and no response. Ended up
filing a complaint with my bank who was also unable to contact him and
performed a chargeback against his account on my behalf."
- (2013-12-19) "SYBIL was
really popular with the BBS'ers. I remember seeing some of the BBS's
back east with hundreds of SYBIL created disk images."
- (2014-01-01) "I have a cycle exact emulation that will be released for
the SCP, and includes the ASIC emulation along with the 6522's
including the timers and buggy shift registers."
- (2014-01-01) "I develop flight control and weapons
guidance systems as my daily job, which is all assembly coded for
speed, size, and the fact that you can't rely on a compiler to
generate the same code with compiler revisions."
- (2014-01-0x) Nyquist-Shannon
theorem fun (->
- (2014-02-04) "It's extremely rare for people to use d64 format for emulators like
WinVICE, CCS64, and Hoax64."(Narrator: No, it isn't. d64 has
been the standard since the late 1990s)
- (2014-03-07) "I produced
more disks than Rob (Northen) ever did, and I also sold protection
schemes to the production houses. Other than weakbits and half track
protections, we never had to do anything more than create a master
file by reading the disk."
- (2014-05-25) "
I will be releasing a small (20mm x 20mm) board that emulates a real
1541 using .g64 and .scp flux images, with the price less than SD2IEC
- (2014-05-25) "
The Nyquist-Shannon therom would not be applicable to anything I do
except perhaps frequency adjustment for some of my RF
- (2014-06-11) "
At the CommVex event (end of July) I will likely be demoing my micro
1541 emulator. It's a small (30mm x 40mm) board that can fit inside of
your C64. I will also have an external version with some type of 1541
looking case. It's a complete 1541 drive that can use .scp flux
images, .g64, or .d64 image files."
- (2014-06-14) "
This is a complete cycle-exact 1541 emulator. It can be installed
inside your C64/C128 or be used externally. I will make sort sort of
- (2014-06-20) "With my
fast loaders, I wait for the beam to be off screen, either in the
horizontal blank or the vertical blank. If you check that, you will
- (2014-06-xx) "This means that the
SuperCard Pro can become a floppy drive emulator! It will be possible
with just a future firmware upgrade to use the SuperCard Pro in place
of a real 5.25" or 3.5" floppy drive and use the low-level flux images
to emulate a real floppy disk!"
- (2014-07-01) "Here
is daughter board that will be available for the FPGA Arcade Replay.
It adds Ethernet, SD media (micro), 3 USB ports, an optical audio
port, RTC w/battery backup, and 128MB of RAM connected directly to a
50MHz 68060 CPU."
- (2014-07-14) "I just got done writing a 6502 emulation for the 1541
- (2014-08-07) "Most all 1.2MB 5.25" drives can switch between 300RPM and
360RPM modes. Most do this when changing the density though, with DD
using 300RPMs and HD using 360RPMs."
- (2014-08-16) " There is no support yet for the No-Flip mod. You can
image the back side of a disk by flipping it over and selecting index
sensor->read->ignore in splice mode."
- (2014-08-26) "I sold distribution rights to the latest version of FUSION to
Blittersoft. I still own the production and copyrights. I am not
aware of any bugs. I could distribute FUSION and/or PCx if I wanted.
Maybe that wouldn't be a bad idea, perhaps a package exclusively for
the Replay board. There is a v3.3 of FUSION as well as v3.4 and v3.5
that were never released."
- (2014-08-26) "Remember, I spent a considerable amount of time (years) making
microcode level emulations not just for the Amiga and PC, but also for
Motorola themselves. I worked on their multi-core CPU project during
the development of the PPC series."
- (2014-09-04) "I
am working on a 68K emulator for a MIPS core (in assembly of
- (2014-09-07) "
With the advent of all of the various FPGA Amiga emulators, as well as
software based Amiga emulators (for PC, iPhone, iPad, etc.) it seems
that the biggest battle still is how to get data from a real Amiga
over to the emulator. Is there a simple SD card adapter available for
the Amiga? If not, I am considering making one that plugs into the
parallel port and uses micro-SD cards."
- (2014-09-14) "I
have two serial ports on the SuperCard Pro board (which is getting the
firmware update to be a floppy emulator like the HxC and Grotek
devices), so I could use either of these connected to a CIA or
something for hard drive emulation."
- (2014-09-26) "I wrote the best/fastest/most compatible Mac emulation in history
using the Amiga."
- (2014-10-16) "I
know absolutely nothing about C code. I couldn't write a 'hello world'
program in C if my life depended on it. I could do it in a dozen
different assembly languages, but not C. I have no use for portability
so C has never been a requirement for me."
- (2014-10-29) "Please make sure you allow the REU to access up to 16MB of memory -
like the real REU can. smile There are LOTs of 16MB demos available
that load from a custom loader (SD2IEC device, hard drive, etc.) that
install entirely into the REU for playback. Muuvies are done this way
- (2014-10-31) "If you ask any U2 owner, you will find it is not for the .d64
support. There are tons of devices that give you that capability, but
NOTHING else (until I release the u1541) gives you G64 support - and
that is something that people use all of the time with copy protected
disk images and for running custom demos."
- (2014-11-01) "A single revolution is enough to emulate everything for
an Atari ST drive, including drive speed warble, weak bits (fuzzy
bits), and no flux areas... even data in the gap area."
- (2014-11-03) "
I am trying to purchase the rights to numerous products, and the FCIII
is one of them. [...] Clearly there is a market for $19.95 FCIII
cartridge, but that market now has twindled due to this project.
Still, I am interested and will continue to purse
- (2014-11-26) "I use a USR 232-T wifi module for commercial projects and I am
building an interface for the C64. This needs just a standard serial
port. It's the way to go!"
- (2014-11-28) "I would like to make a "floppy" interface board that would give you
a 34 pin floppy drive interface, and an IEC interface. [...] I am
prepared to go to production with this as soon as an interface spec is
- (2015-02-06) "
[...] I have determined that I can make the u1541 also a 1581 disk
drive emulator. I can emulate the WD1770 pretty easily. [...] In fact,
I am using about 7% of the total code space so far (you got to love
assembly). So, I will be able to switch between 1541 and 1581 modes
without having to change firmware to do it. [...]"
- (2017-03-11) Jim doesn't understand the difference between
TTL-compatible-CMOS and CMOS logic levels (melon64.com)
Jim has heard of Nagle's algorithm, but can't spell it, and has to
disable it to make his WiiModem work correctly.
- SX64 reset circuit -
- Supercard Pro
- u1541 - 1541 emulator
- Supercard Pro - 1541 emulator firmware
rovsystems.com [whois] [
nslookup] but NOT rovsystems.net
Trademark Search at uspto.gov:
"Megasoft" (couple hits) "Utilities Unlimited" (no hits) "Persistence
Software" (couple hits, none seems to apply, unsure: 1803652 2106538
2386074 2762632) "Microcode Solutions" (no hits) "Xtreme Power
Systems" (2 hits: "DIVBEE", "XTREMELINK") "Bringing Back the Retro In
You!" (no hit) Patent
Search at uspto.gov:
"Megasoft" (no hits) "Utilities Unlimited" (no hits) "Persistence
Software" (couple hits, related to the CA company of the same name)
"Microcode Solutions" (3 hits, but none applies to Jim Drew or his
companies) "Xtreme Power Systems" (no hits)
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