My Favorite Movies of 2014

Quick disclaimer: I have not watched every movie released in 2014, obviously. This is a Top 10 list of the movies that I have seen. Also note that throughout the year, I’ve kept a record of every movie that I’ve watched this year (grand total was 100 – yes, a nice round number) and left a short, one to three sentence review of the movie. I’ve included those here as well. All ten are worth seeing, if you haven’t seen them already.

10. Blue Ruin

Dwight, gentle man on a vengeful rampage. The most non-Coen, Coen movie. A wonderful surprise of a film.

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9. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Those eyes at the end were haunting. My new favorite of the entire Planet of the Apes series.

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8. The Babadook

Wow, such a stressful movie. Once you become aware of the Babadook, consider yourself fucked. And by the way, that little boy can act.

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Co-Tee TV Episode 87: Good Thoughts, Evozip and Lamb Chops

In this episode of Co-Tee TV I wear Good Thoughts by The Good Child and review an Evozip Messenger Bag. Evozip is a new media for self expression that you can display more often than a t-shirt but is less permanent than a tattoo.

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Coty’s Thoughts:

Evozip Messenger Bag by Evozip. Pros: The Evozip concept and product is really great. I like the idea of being able to “skin” my messenger bag whenever and wherever I desire. The bag itself feels quite durable. I love pockets, and the Evozip sure comes equipped with a ton of pocket space. The bag is large enough to hold a 15 inch MacBook Pro. I know, because I’ve been using it carry around my MacBook Pro. It’s great that you can purchase bags with pre-made skins, or you can send in your own T-Shirt to have skinned. Upcycling old goods in order to make something new is healthy for the earth, kudos Evozip! Switching skins is quite easy to do and can be done in less than a minute. The shoulder strap is detaachable so you can also use it as a handbag if you so choose. The pricepoint of $20 is more than reasonable – I would have expected this product to sell in the $40-$50 range – you’re getting a great deal! The Evozip “skinnable” bag is the perfect solution for those who love both messenger bags and T-Shirts. Order an Evozip, upcycle your T-Shirts and have some fun with it! The Evozip would also make for a perfect gift.

Cons: None really. Great product at an affordable price. How could you go wrong? You can’t.

Price: $20.00.

Good Thoughts by The Good Child. Pros: I love this tee! It’s infused with a vintage feel and pop vibe. I’m not entirely sure of who is in the image. Im thinking that the female is either Audrey Hepburn or Marilyn Monroe. I think I am completely wrong but those are my guesses! The T-Shirt itself is screen printed on the front, back and is tagless featuring a screen printed neck label instead. For a FULL review of The Good Child please check out Episode 86 of Co-Tee TV.

Price: $29.99.

Also mentioned in this episode:

The Good Child x GoodWoodNYC – awesome custom made wood pendent! Would go perfect with your Good Child T-Shirts!

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Co-Tee TV Episode 81: Hello MAC, Modus Collection and Chess Pieces

In this episode of Co-Tee TV I wear M.A.C. by Doctor Hazmat and review Knight: Headphones by Modus Collection Clothing, a brand that launched in the Fall of 2010 and whose mission is to provide you a means of self-expression with fun and unique designs.

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Coty’s Thoughts:

Knight: Headphones by Modus Collection. Pros: There is definitely a lot to like about this particular T-Shirt from Modus Collection. First of all, I think it is the strongest design of the six T-Shirts in the fall 2010 collection. The T-Shirt itself is a 50% cotton/50% polyester blend and is very soft, however, I wish they would mention what type of T-Shirt blank was used. I love that the tee is tagless and instead features a screenprinted neck label instead. Another great feature of Knight: Headphones is the custom embroidered tag on the lower left seam of the T-Shirt featuring the Modus Collection logo. Finally, I should note that the T-Shirt is shipped in a separate sealed plastic bag to protect the tee during shipment. Also, Modus Collection uses custom mailers which provides a nice professional touch. I’d also like to note that I was rather impressed with the various promo shots featuring the different Modus Collection T-Shirts. A lot of times, product shots are an after thought. That’s not the case here, they obviously put thought into selecting models and backgrounds, I just wish other brands would do the same.

Suggestions: My biggest concern when it comes to the current crop of Modus Collection T-Shirts is the price of the product. I feel as if Modus Collection is marketing their tees as a premium product (which is fine and other indie brands definitely do this as well) and the price point definitely reflects that. Despite this, I feel the price point is a bit much. I should note that there is nothing wrong with a high price point and in fact I have reviewed tees that are priced above $30, $40 and even $50. However, if you do have a high price point, you better impress. At this price point ($38), I would have expected a custom cut T-Shirt, intricate packaging, and even custom hangtags. I think that the background story and theme of the line is great, but, I think they either need to 1. drop the price a little, or 2. provide a more premium experience so that buyers feel as if they are getting their money’s worth. Some examples that I can point to that offered me a wow moment when opening the product include Maiden Voyage, Excess Is OK and Fur Face Boy. Each of these brands sell their T-Shirts at a premium price, but the difference is that when I received these products I actually felt as if I was opening a premium product. Having said that, my biggest suggestion would be to 1. improve on customer experience.

Price: $38.00.

The Doctor Is In by Doctor Hazmat. Pros: Doctor Hazmat fans, we are back with the third and final Doctor Hazmat T-Shirt! The great thing about the Doctor Hazmat line is the cohesiveness. I love how he had a theme and stuck with it. Collectively, all three designs work together. Nothing feels fragmented or oddly placed with Doctor Hazmat, it just works. In the future, I’d like to see the brand step it up in other aspects such as packaging. I think some great things can be done with this science/mac scientist theme and Docotor Hazmat is definitely moving in the right direction. Now go buy some Doctor Hazmat T-Shirts while you still can!

Price: $25.

Also mentioned in this episode:

Why is my hair crazy long? I explain in this episode.

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Co-Tee TV Episode 80: The Doctor Is In, Hosting Switch and Mediatemple

In this episode of Co-Tee TV I wear The Doctor Is In by Doctor Hazmat and review the official (mt) Mediatemple T-Shirt by Mediatemple, a hosting service that specializes in offering a grid-service, cluster-based, and modern website hosting solution.

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Coty’s Thoughts:

The Official (mt) Mediatemple T-Shirt by Mediatemple. Pros: This piece of Mediatemple swag is pretty straightforward. You have Mediatemple’s trademark (mt) logo is big bold letters right across the middle of the chest. It is of course a great conversation starter because I am sure that people will be dying to know what (mt) stands for. Once you get the conversation going, you’ll then get to hype your new website and the awesome host that is hosting it! I love the fact that Mediatemple only makes these swag tees available to people who blog about their services. You can check out the blog post that I wrote about Mediatemple here, and you’ll notice that I reference the tees that other people have also received. Within a week, I received an email from Mediatemple thanking me for the post and then a few weeks later I received this T-Shirt. Even better, they use a 50/50 blend American Apparel tee, and I have to say that it’s super soft!

Why i love Mediatemple: I’ve got to mention that my experiences thus far with Mediatemple have been top notch. The support is excellent, I see that that they are active on Twitter and that none of the support is outsourced (which means that all of the support employees speak really good English). I received a couple of traffic spikes (one day I experienced 20K + unique visistors in a single day) in the month of November and the site did not go down at all. I should mention that the grid-service hosting is made to withstand high traffic load – I love this about Mediatemple. They do cost a bit more ($20 per month) but I think that they are worth it 100%. I highly recommend you check out Mediatemple.

Price: Not available for sale. I got mine by blogging about my experiences thus far with Mediatemple. If you want the official Mediatemple T-Shirt badly then I guess you’ll have to switch over to Mediatemple and then blog about them!

The Doctor Is In by Doctor Hazmat. Pros: Another great shirt from out friend, Doctor Hazmat! This shirt features the Doc himself and he looks as if he is brewing something quite mischievous. The Doctor Is In features a large five-color print on a white American Apparel T-Shirt. The print is nice and soft (for a such a large print) and the tee fits great. You’ll also notice that the T-Shirt is tagless (awesome) and instead features a screenprinted neck label. On the back of the T-Shirt you’ll find the Docotor Hazmat logo, which is a standard across the entire Doctor Hazmat line. The shirt is currently available in only sizes XL and 2XL, so if you want this one you better jump on it!

Price: $25.

Also mentioned in this episode:

The Co-Tee TV Gift Guides

Verde Styles X Pepsi Refresh Project Interview

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Threadless: Ten Years of T-Shirts – Book Review + Giveaway

Many T-Shirt enthusiasts think that they know the story of Threadless. We’ve heard the story before and I’ve actually mentioned it on this blog once or twice (at least). Threadless was the brainchild of then art student Jake Nickell, who was part of an online  forum known as Dreamless. He won a T-Shirt contest on the forum and was inspired to start a T-Shirt contest that would be ongoing and would continually take in design submissions. And thus, Threadless was born and the rest is history.

But, is this the whole story? Not even close.

It’s been 10 years since Jake Nickell and Jacob DeHart founded Threadless. A lot has gone on during that time. The Threadless book is a celebration of the last 10 years of T-Shirt design and business innovation.  The book discusses the growing pains that the company experienced during its early years and how it managed to invigorate the design community. Most importantly, Nickell (and a few others) describe how the Threadless community became an integral part of the business.

The book is sectioned by years, with the early years (2000-2004) clumped into one section. Each section of the book features an essay by the founder, Nickell, as well as “think pieces” by well-respected people within the social media and business communities. I found the featured designer portion of each section to be quite intriguing. It was interesting to read how Threadless has the power to significantly change the course of ones life. Glenn Jones, a favorite of mine and a popular Threadless designer form the early years discusses how Threadless has inspired him to develop his own line T-Shirts based on his Threadless popularity.

The book is 224 pages long and features a lot of Threadless artwork, 300 full-color illustrations to be exact. The spreads are beautiful and presented in a fun and whimsical way. Many uber Threadless fans will dig the in depth look at the first batch of Threadless T-Shirts. Also included are numerous photos of the Threadless staff (aren’t they a playful group of people) and the Threadless offices.

If you are a fan of art then you will appreciate the innovative T-Shirt designs and artists featured in this book. If you are a fan of business then you will want to read this book to find out how a couple of art school dropouts turned an idea into a multi-million dollar business that would later become a featured case study for Harvard business students. And finally, If you’re a fan of Threadless then this book is a must read. You’ll love it. Seriously, why don’t you own it already?

Featured designers include: Ross Zeitz, Glenn Jones, Olly Moss, Chow Hon Lam, Aled Lewis, Julia Heglund, and Enkel Dika.

Featured “think pieces” by: Seth Godin, Scott Belsky, Karim R. Lakhani, Jeff Howe, John Maeda, Karen Wong, and Blake Mycoskie.

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By Jake Nickell
Abrams Image
U.S. $22.50 / CAN. $26.95
224 Pages
300 full-color illustrations

GIVEAWAY!

Want to WIN a copy of the Threadless Book? Awesome! All you need to do is leave a comment in this blog post and tell me what your all-time favorite Threadless design is. One random person will win a copy of the massive and epic 200+ page 10-year anniversary Threadless Book! This contest will end on Friday, October 29, 2010 at 11:59 am Hawaii time. Go. By the way, I’ve already given away two copies of the book to my Facebook fans! If you’d like the inside scoop on exclusive giveaways then be sure to Like Co-Tee TV on Facebook!

Co-Tee TV Episode 78: Licensed To FFB, Goblin Culture and Pencils

In this episode of Co-Tee TV I wear Licensed To FFB by Fur Face Boy and review Design Your Own Goblin by Goblin Culture Reinvention, a brand located in Greece and whose theme is fully goblin related. “The subtitle Culture Reinvention stands for the Goblins we believe in. We believe and design helpful, ecology oriented, flexible and Good Luck bringing Goblin excellent quality clothing for Goblin believers!”

Fur Face Boy sent me an insane amount of T-Shirts from their Series 3 Line. I will be featuring the shirts throughout Co-Tee TV Episodes 70-79 so definitely keep an eye out for even more Fur Face Boy in the coming weeks! See Episode 70 of Co-Tee TV for the Fur Face Boy full review.

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Coty’s Thoughts:

Design Your Own Goblin by Goblin Culture Reinvention. Pros: A lot to love about this indie clothing brand from Greece. Nothing very special about the basic mailer, what is special is what is hidden inside of the mailing envelope. The custom zipper bag that the T-Shirt was packed in was a pleasant surprise. The reusable zippered bag is screen printed with the Goblin Culture Reinvention logo. This 100% cotton, plum colored T-Shirt, features a vintage fitted cut with a distressed style along the edges (neck, sleeve, bottom of tee). The T-Shirt is a bit form fitting, especially around the arms, so be sure to check out the T-Shirt sizing guide on the Goblin Culture Website before purchasing your tee. The shirt features a large single colored black print on the front and the back. The print is very soft and feels great paired with the comfortable fabric. Also, you’ll find a custom tag on the lower right seam of the T-Shirt as well as a custom neck tag (albeit a small one). What really blew my mind was the included gift that came along with the T-Shirt. A set of wooden colored pencils were included with the tee, and the best part was that the pencils were already sharpened! Considering the quality of the goods and all of the included goodies, I would have to say that $34 is well worth the price of a Goblin Culture Reinvention T-Shirt.

Cons: I think that Goblin Culture Reinvention has a great thing going. I really enjoyed the way that the T-Shirt was packaged and especially loved the included pencil set. Having said that, I thought the cut of the shirt was a bit too fitted for me, especially around the arms. I also thought that the shirt was a bit on the short side. Again, be sure to refer to the sizing chart before ordering! Other than that, I think you’ll love what Goblin Culture Reinvention has to offer.

Price: €24.00 (~$34 US).

Licensed To FFB by Fur Face Boy. Pros: An excellent T-Shirt for any hip-hop fan from the 80’s. Beastie Boys fans will recognize this design as being a parody of the Beastie Boys’ seminal album, Licensed To Ill. Once again, it’s great to see Fur Face Boy taking interests from his youth and incorporating them into the brand. I do wonder, however, why FFB decided to leave out the “I” above of “Fur Face” in the design. If you look at the original album cover, you’ll notice an “I” above “Beastie.” I know, I’m nitpicking! The shirt, as with all other FFB tees, feature custom neck and hang tags, as well as a custom tag on the lower left seam. FFB stickers are also included with the T-Shirt.

Price: $19.99 (On Sale).

Also mentioned in this episode:

Licensed to Ill

Paul’s Boutique (20th Anniversary Edition)

dunz0 of Loving This Tee

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Co-Tee TV Episode 76: Electric Oceans D&A, Akumu Ink and Bats

In this episode of Co-Tee TV I wear the Trident Logo Tee from Electric Oceans and review Starved by Akumu Ink, a brand that was started in 2008 and is based in Canada. The Akumu Ink team consists of Joey the illustrator/designer and printer, and Dora who takes care of customer service and all the business side of things. If you love horror with a nightmarish twist, in the style of Alfred Hitchcock and Tim Burton, then Akumu Ink is definitely worth checking out.

Fur Face Boy sent me an insane amount of T-Shirts from their Series 3 Line. I will be featuring the shirts throughout Co-Tee TV Episodes 70-79 so definitely keep an eye out for even more Fur Face Boy in the coming weeks! See Episode 70 of Co-Tee TV for the Fur Face Boy full review.

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Coty’s Thoughts:

Starved by Akumu Ink. Pros: The included cardboard was a nice touch to keep the packagage flat and rigid. The custom Akumu Ink was the neatest tag I’ve ever seen! It was fully customized to look like a morgue tag and even featured my name (as the name of the deceased) and had my place and reason of death (which incidentally was starvation, which is also the name of the T-Shirt). They did an excellent job at extending their theme to their custom hang tag. I absolutely love the design, it is very much reminiscent of vintage Hitchcockian imagery. All T-Shirts are printed in house by Akumu Ink co-founder, Joey. The print itself is soft to the touch and very comfortable when worn, despite being a very large print (it doesn’t weight the T-Shirt down one bit). Cons: My only criticism is that I wish that they would have removed the original neck tag, especially since they sewed in their own custom neck tag. Other than that minor detail, I love the T-Shirt! Price: $21.99.

“The name Akumu is Japanese for Nightmare. We love taking the concept of creating hand drawn images based on our nightmares. As the brand has grown over the last few years our artistic style has evolved into this nightmarish scratch board look. Past designs can be found in our RIP section.”

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Trident by Electric Oceans D&A. Pros: I love that Electric Oceans made the effort to package the T-Shirt in a separate plastic bag from the plain manilla opener – it helps to guard against mishaps during shipment. Trident is also tagless and instead features a screen printed neck label instead, which is always nice. The T-Shirt itself is nice and soft, though it is on the shorter end when compared to your typical American Apparel blank. The ink print is slightly on the heavier end, but because it’s text you can’t really tell. Excellent price point. Cons: The T-Shirt packaging is a little bit of a miss for me. The shirt itself is individually packaged in its own plastic bag to protect it during shipment but the outer mailer is just a simple document type manila envelope. If you’ve got a sexy tee then you’ve got to be sure that the packaging is somewhat sexy as well. The included business cards seem a little generic, they don’t include the Electric Oceans logo and the graphic doesn’t seem to reflect the brand. Price: $12.

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Also mentioned in this episode:

Tridents

Hawaii’s Weed Smoking Population

Electric Oceans Barber Shop

Canadian Stamps

American Apparel Going Bankrupt

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Th Fabulous TeeFury Grab Bag + Video Unwrapping

Grab bags are fun but for some, the mystery can be a little nervewracking. So I put the $5 TeeFury grab bag to the test and picked up three Grab Bag tees during their last promotion and did an unwrapping video just for you. Did I like the mystery tees that were sent to me? Watch below to find out and see which tees I got!

If you want to get in on the Grab Bag fun then be sure to check out TeeFury because for the next 24 hours, the  fabulous TeeFury grab bag promotion is back! $5 dollars will score you one random TeeFury tee that you’ll either love or hate, either way, it’s just $5. And if you end up not liking it, hey, we all have friends that love free stuff.

And if you couldn’t tell from the video, I was pretty stoked with my grab bag pickings!

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Co-Tee TV Episode 74: Eleprint, Frank and Jan and Unplugged

In this episode of Co-Tee TV I wear Eleprint by Fur Face Boy and review Unplugged by Frank and Jan, a brand that was founded in 2007 in Los Angeles, California and and born from common themes of capitalism, fame, minimalism and consumption of pop culture. Frank & Jan is an art and design driven company showcasing bold graphics mixed with simple, functional apparel.

Fur Face Boy sent me an insane amount of T-Shirts from their Series 3 Line. I will be featuring the shirts throughout Co-Tee TV Episodes 70-79 so definitely keep an eye out for even more Fur Face Boy in the coming weeks! See Episode 70 of Co-Tee TV for the Fur Face Boy full review.

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Coty’s Thoughts:

Unplugged by Frank and Jan. Pros: T-Shirts are shipped in individual plastic bags inside of a black Frank and Jan custom mailer. Frank and Jan tees are tagless and feature the Frank and Jan logo. Frank and Jan custom logo stickers are included with each T-Shirt. Unplugged features a ver large vertical print featuring half tones to give the illusion of different shades of blacks and grays as well as extra depth to the design. Unplugged is a little tame compared to some of the other Frank and an offerings. If you want something a little more risque then be sure to check out the Frank and Jan online shop! Cons: Size wise, the T-Shirt seems slighter larger than the American Apparel blanks that we typically review here. If you like color in your designs then Frank and Jan may not be your cup of tea – they tend to focus on designs that feature just black and white. Some of the tees over at Frank and Jan’s shop are a little vulgar, but if you like that kind of thing then you probably will love Frank and Jan! Price: $24 (Sold Out). You can purchase some Frank and Jan tees from Colette.fr, but you will pay a premium for them.

“In addition to art and design, Frank & Jan is also a full-service screen printing shop providing quality, custom design and screen printing services for individuals and businesses. Influences Include: Pop culture icons, fame, street culture, gangster rap, punk rock, religious iconography, reggae, death metal, and infamous front page headlines.”

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FFB Eleprint by Fur Face Boy. I’m a big fan of Michael Jordan, Jordan Brand and Nike, and so when I saw that FFB Eleprint featuring the famous elephant print from the Air Jordan 3’s (circa 1988) I was stoked. Fur Face Boy founder, Ha Mai, continues to draw inspiration from his childhood passions and incorporate them into his brand – you’ve got to respect that. unfortunately, FFB Eleprint is no longer available for sale because it’s sold out! Hint: If you want something from Fur Face Boy then buy it when you see because it will sell out at one point or another and probably sooner than you’d expect! Price: $32 (Sold Out).

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Also mentioned in this episode:

Michael Jordan

Air Jordan 11

Space Jam

Alright OK

Fuzzy Ink

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Co-Tee TV Episode 64: Eyeconic, Bunker Designs and Costa Rica

In this episode of Co-Tee TV I wear Eyeconic by Dance Party Massacre and review Gulfie by Antony Aguero for Bunker Designs. Bunker Designs is an new community based T-Shirt competition site based out of Costa Rica. Members can submit designs and can also vote for their favorites.

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Coty’s Thoughts:

Gulfie by Antony Aguero for Bunker Designs. Pros: It’s an international shirt (from Costa Rica) so the chances of your friends having the same shirt is pretty much rare to none! The T-Shirt is tagless and features an inner screen printed label. I found it interesting that the thread used on the tee is a bit lighter in color then the T-Shirt color. The fabric of the T-Shirt is quite soft.  Very fun design, reminds me a lot of what you’ll find at GAMA-GO. Cons: The T-Shirt is very form fitting, so if you do order a tee then be sure to order a size up (i.e. I normally use a Large, but I probably would have fit an XL better). Bunker Designs does offer a T-Shirt sizing chart on their website so be sure to check that chart before ordering. The print is a bit thick and has somewhat of a sticky feel (I’d bit that it will get softer and lose the sticky feel after the first wash). Packaging is a bit lackluster (manila envelope) but I am happy that the T-Shirt itself was packaged in a separate, clear plastic bag. Price: $15.

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Eyeconic by Dance Party Massacre. Pros: Great logo tee! T-Shirt is tagless and features a screen printed inner logo instead. Cons: Logo tees are great for people who are fans of the brand that the logo represents. If you’re not a fan of DPM or haven’t heard of them, then this tee might not appeal to you. And if that is the case then I highly recommend you check them out, you’re bound to become a fan of their work! Price: $19.95. *T-Shirt is currently available in Charcoal, but not red.

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Also mentioned in this episode:

TOMO77

X-Ray Goggles Work

Incognito

GAMA-GO

Exploded iPad

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