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recorded at KenCrest Services April 2015
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LIVES LIVED APART interview with Jimmy recorded April 23, 2015


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BETH'S COMMENTS: "I don't know that [Jimmy] wanted to talk, but he wanted to be present with people and I think so many of the people we met wanted to be present with people. They're cut off so much from people, they're cut off so much from just the things that we all take for granted every day—getting up and not having a routine, or having a routine that involves lots of different things. And I, keep thinking about that, like, how can we do that better? How can we treat these people with more humanity and with more compassion and intellectual stimulation... all the things that we get all the time that we don't even really think about?"

Beth: OK, this is Beth and I am interviewing Jimmy at KenCrest. It's April 23rd and Lisa is in the room and your name is?

Kristy: Kristy.

Beth: And Kristy is in the room as well. So Jimmy you're looking at your pictures here and you really like to look at pictures so tell me a little bit about your family here. You said this was at a wedding.

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: So can you tell me about your brothers and your sister?

Jimmy: They're at school right now.

Beth: They're at school right now. Where are they in school?

Jimmy: One goes to Bishop and one goes to (inaudible).

Beth: OK and one lives at home with you or?

Jimmy: I have two sisters.

Beth: You have two sisters?

Jimmy: And one brother.

Beth: Uh-huh and you live with them or?

Jimmy: I live with my mom and dad.

Beth: You live with your mom and dad? Do your brothers and sisters live with you at home?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? OK. Tell me about this picture with Anita.

Jimmy: That's going to my meeting here.

Beth: You met here?

Jimmy: Going to my meeting.

Beth: Going to your meeting here? OK. And you've known Anita for a little while, a few months? Yeah?

Jimmy: Over a year.

Beth: Over a year, OK. So tell me about the work you do here.

Jimmy: I do..

Beth: I got to see the place you work. What do you do here?

Jimmy: Contract work.

Bet: Contract work, what do you do for that work?

Jimmy: I put the lids in the boxes.

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Beth: You put the lid in the boxes, OK, and Diane said that you do all kinds of stuff, that you're always running errands and... Do you like to work here?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? Why do you like it?

Jimmy: It's nice here.

Beth: It's nice here? The people are nice here?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? So how long have you been here?

Jimmy: A long...

Kristy: A few years.

Beth: A few years? OK, Kristy said a few years. So tell me about when you were a kid. Where did you grow up?

Jimmy: A kid?

Beth: Yeah, where were you born? Where did you grow up?

Jimmy: Where I grew up?

Beth: Yeah.

Kristy: Where did you used to live?

Jimmy: In

Kristy: one more time. Where did you grow up? Where did you used to live?

Jimmy:

Kristy: Weren't you in Darby? Is your family from Darby?

Jimmy: No.

Kristy: No?

Beth: Is that where your family is now? Are they still there?

Jimmy: Now (inaudible).

Kristy: He's giving street names.

Beth: OK, OK and so who took care of you when you were younger? When you were a kid?

Jimmy: My grandmom.

Beth: Your grandmom? And did you... tell me about her. What was she like?

Jimmy: She's... lived in West Chester.

Beth: You lived in West Chester? OK. Who was someone who was important to you when you were growing up? Someone that was a friend, someone that was in your life that was important?

Kristy: You've got to answer. Is there somebody that was important to you? Somebody in your family or a friend?

Jimmy: Two friends.

Beth: Your two friends?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: What were their names?

Jimmy: They're at my old house.

Beth: They lived near your old house?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Do you remember their names?

Jimmy: Tommy and Perez... Mike Perez.

Beth: Do you still talk to them?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? They're still your friends? So tell me about some of your other friends now. Who do you talk to regularly?

Jimmy: I talk to Justin.

Beth: To Justin? Did I meet him today? Was he here today?

Jimmy: Yes, he's in the wheelchair, one wheelchair.

Beth: And who else do you talk to?

Jimmy: Stefan, Eric, Robert, and Jonathan.

Beth: You've got a lot of friends.

Jimmy: And Jason.

Beth: And Jason? Seems like you're pretty popular around here.

Jimmy: I am.

Beth: Yeah? That's good. So tell me about what your daily life here. You talk to your friends, you do your work.

Jimmy: (Inaudible).

Beth: Yeah? Do you come here every day?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yes? OK. That's good. And what did you feel when you first started working here?

Jimmy: I sat outside.

Beth: You saw a sign?

Kristy: He sat outside.

Beth: Oh, you sat outside.

Kristy: He was scared.

Beth: Oh, you were scared when you first started?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Why were you scared?

Jimmy: I didn't like it.

Kristy: You didn't know anybody.

Jimmy: No.

Beth: And now you know everybody and you like it a lot more, huh?

Jimmy: Yeah.

Beth: So tell me about what you do when you're at home.

Jimmy: I do the dishes.

Beth: You do dishes? That's good. What else?

Jimmy: The laundry, the towels.

Beth: You help out a lot, huh? Somebody told me you like to play Wii.

Jimmy: I do like Wii.

Beth: Yeah? What do you play?

Jimmy: Wii.

Beth: What kind of games?

Kristy: What kind of video games do you play, Jimmy?

Jimmy: Playstation.

Beth: OK, what's your favorite game that you play?

Jimmy: I like to watch Wheel of Fortune.

Beth: Wheel of Fortune, OK. Why do you like Wheel of Fortune so much?

Jimmy: It's a good show.

Beth: It's a good show? Do you guess all the clues?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? That's good. I also heard that you like the Disney channel.

Jimmy: I do like it.

Beth: Yeah? What do you like about it? What's your favorite show?

Jimmy: I like to watch Girl Meets World.

Beth: What is it?

Jimmy: Girl Meets World.

Beth: Boy meets World?

Jimmy: Girl.

Beth: Will Meets World?

Jimmy: I like to watch.

Beth: Yeah? What do you like about that show?

Jimmy: To watch.

Beth: What's good about it?

Jimmy: I watch the new show that's on, K.C. Undercover.

Beth: K.C. Undercover?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: What's that about?

Jimmy: With Zendaya.

Beth: OK. What else do you watch?

Jimmy: That's it.

Beth: That's it? OK. So what else do you do at home? You watch Disney Channel, you play your Wii, you do all your chores. Sounds like you're a pretty busy guy.

Jimmy: I do.

Beth: Yeah?

Jimmy: I like to talk on the phone.

Beth: Oh, who do you talk on the phone to?

Jimmy: My grandmom.

Beth: Your grandmom? Anybody else?

Jimmy: And my dad's dad. He's down the shore.

Beth: He lives down the shore?

Jimmy: Yes, by himself.

Beth: By himself? Well, it's good that you call him then. Who else do you talk to?

Jimmy: Ralph. That's it.

Beth: That's it? Kristy is saying that's not it. Who else?

Kristy: Who else do you call?

Jimmy: Who else? My mom.

Kristy: Do you call Al?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: You call Al? What do you talk with Al about?

Jimmy: His dog.

Beth: His dog? Do you call Anita?

Jimmy: I don't have her number.

Beth: Oh, OK.

Jimmy: I know where she lives at.

Beth: Well that sounds like fun. So where do you like to travel? Do you go on vacations?

Jimmy: Yeah.

Kristy: To the shore...

Jimmy: The shore.

Beth: Yeah? Do you like going to the shore?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: To visit your dad's dad?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: What do you do when you're there?

Jimmy: Watch TV.

Beth: Watch TV? Do you go to the beach when you're there?

Jimmy: I like going to the beach and boardwalk.

Beth: On the boardwalk, yeah. What do you like about the boardwalk?

Jimmy: The rides.

Beth: The rides. What's your favorite ride?

Jimmy: The bumper cars.

Beth: The bumper cars? Oh, OK. Do you like running into people on the bumper cars?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? Bumper cars are fun. What else do you do on the shore?

Jimmy: Go on the beach.

Beth: Go on the beach? Do you go on the water?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? Is it fun?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Do you surf?

Jimmy: No.

Beth: Do you have a boogie board?

Jimmy: No.

Beth: No? OK. Do you go anywhere else on vacations?

Jimmy: Actually I'm going to the shore in August.

Beth: Oh, you're going to the shore in August. That's great. Are you looking forward to it?

Jimmy: Vacation.

Beth: Yeah? How long will you be there?

Jimmy: Like how long?

Beth: Yeah, a week?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: OK. That'll be nice. So what are some other things you look forward to doing this summer? It might actually get warm one day. That would be nice. What do you like to do in the summer time?

Jimmy: Go to the pool.

Beth: Go to the pool. Where do you go to the pool?

Jimmy: We used to go to pool at Granit.

Kristy: We used to have a pool.

Beth: Oh.

Kristy: We don't anymore.

Beth: Oh, OK. So where do you go to the pool now? Is there a place? Do you go with mom and dad somewhere?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Where do you go with mom and dad?

Jimmy: The Y.

Beth: You go to the Y? And what else do you do?

Jimmy: I have a dog at home.

Beth: You what?

Jimmy: A dog.

Beth: You have a dog? What kind of dog?

Jimmy: A Pomeranian.

Beth: A Pomeranian? They're the little furry ones aren't they? What's your dog's name?

Jimmy: Angel.

Beth: Angel? How long have you had Angel?

Jimmy: Like a long time.

Beth: A long time? I have five cats so they wouldn't get along with your dog probably very much. Do you have pictures of Angel that I could see? Jimmy brought out his cell phone to show me pictures of the dog.

Jimmy: Let me see if I have a picture.

Beth: OK.

Jimmy: This right here.

Beth: Oh you found her.

Jimmy: This is what she looks like.

Beth: Oh she's cute, very cute. So you like taking Angel for walks or playing with her?

Jimmy: I take her for walks.

Beth: Yeah? Where do you go for walks?

Jimmy: Around the block.

Beth: Around the block? Nice. She's a good dog? Does she watch TV with you?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? Sounds like a good friend. So tell me what you look forward to every day. What do you like to do? What do you look forward to when you get up in the morning?

Jimmy: Watch TV.

Beth: Watching TV? Do you look forward to coming here every day?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? Good. What's something that you want to do but you haven't gotten to do yet? Something that you've always wanted to do?

Jimmy: Like go outside.

Beth: Go outside? What do you like to do when you're outside?

Jimmy: Sit outside.

Beth: Just sit outside? Under a tree?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? What do you like about that?

Jimmy: Like I go on my deck when I get home.

Beth: You go on your deck when you get home? Is it peaceful?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? Do you like the warm weather?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? We may get some of that one day. All the flowers and trees are blooming now. DO you like that?

Jimmy: I like the flowers.

Beth: You like the flowers? What's your favorite kind of flower?

Jimmy: The sunflower.

Beth: The sunflower? Nice. Those are big ones. Where's the... what's the place that you want to go that you've never been before? Is there anywhere that you want to travel to that you've never seen?

Jimmy: Yeah. Can I look on your computer?

Beth: Hm?

Jimmy: Can you look on your computer?

Kristy: Can I look on my computer? I don't know where you want to go.

Jimmy: I like going out.

Kristy: I know you like going out. She's talking about anywhere though. If you could go anywhere where would you want to go?

Beth: Anywhere in the world that you would want to go.

Jimmy: The shore.

Beth: The shore? Is that your favorite place to go?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? And you like to do stuff around in your town too. What do you like to do when you go out?

Jimmy: I like going to Wawa. 

Beth: You like going to Wawa? Why do you like going to Wawa?

Jimmy: I have one near my house.

Beth: You have one near your house? And what do you get at Wawa when you're there?

Jimmy: Soup and sandwich.

Beth: A sandwich? And soup? OK. What kind of soup do you get?

Jimmy: Chicken noodle.

Beth: Chicken Noodle? What kind of sandwich?

Jimmy: Ham and cheese.

Beth: Ham and cheese? OK. What else do you do when you go out?

Jimmy: I like going to the mall, bowling.

Beth: Bowling? Are you a good bowler?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? Do you like to go bowling with your family?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: And your friends?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Good. So what's something that you get to do with your family that you like?

Jimmy: Go out to eat.

Beth: Go out to eat? Yeah. Where do you go to eat?

Jimmy: Restaurants.

Beth: What kinds of restaurants. What's your favorite restaurant.

Jimmy: My mom owns a restaurant in Philly.

Beth: Oh yeah?

Kristy: His mom owns a restaurant.

Beth: Oh great. How long have they owned the restaurant?

Jimmy: A long time.

Beth: A long time like your whole life or?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: So you go... do you go there all the time?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Do you help out there sometimes?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Do you like that?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? OK. So you have a job here and you... sounds like you have a job at home. You fold towels and you do the laundry and you clean and then you help out at the restaurant so if you could have any other kind of job, what would you like to do? Those enough or would you want to do something else? When you were a little kid what did you want to be when you grew up?

Jimmy: When I grew up?

Beth: What? Can you repeat that? What did you say?

Kristy: He was just repeating what you were repeating.

Beth: Oh, OK.

Kristy: "When he grows up..."

Beth: Yeah, when you were a little kid what did you want to be?

Jimmy: When I was I did the lawn.

Beth: The lawn?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: OK, you wanted to do the lawn? Do you get to do that now?

Jimmy: No.

Beth: No? So tell me about things that you like about your friends.

Jimmy: I like it here.

Beth: You like it here? What do you like about the people that you talk to here?

Jimmy: They're nice.

Beth: They're nice? Is there anything you don't like about them?

Jimmy: I like everyone.

Beth: You like everyone? There's nobody that you don't like?

Jimmy: No.

Beth: OK. Is there any time that you had any problems with anybody here?

Jimmy: No.

Beth: No? Why do you think you get along so well with everybody?

Jimmy: Everyone is nice.

Beth: Everyone is nice so you're nice back?

Jimmy: Yeah.

Beth: Yeah? Is there anything else you want to tell me about your life here, what you do here, what you do at home? I've asked you a bunch of questions but you can tell me anything you want me to know. What haven't I asked you that you want me to know?

Jimmy: I take trash out for the rooms.

Beth: You take the trash out for the rooms?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Well that's good. That's helpful. What else?

Jimmy: Vacuum.

Beth: You vacuum? What else do you do?

Jimmy: Play basketball.

Beth: You play basketball too? Do you play any other sports?

Jimmy: No.

Beth: No? Just basketball. Do you like to watch basketball on TV too?

Jimmy: I like to watch basketball.

Beth: You like to watch basketball? What else do you do?

Jimmy: That's it.

Beth: That's it. So you watch the Disney Channel, you play the Wii, you take out the trash, you help around here, you put the lids in the boxes. You help out. It sounds like you help out all the time with everything. Is that true? How long do you want to keep working here?

Jimmy: Long time.

Beth: A long time? As long as you can?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? Is there anywhere else that you would want to live besides this area? Would you want to live in another state or another country?

Jimmy: No.

Beth: No? What do you like about living here?

Jimmy: I like...

Beth: What do you like about it? Like some people like living in the city. They like being able to go to museums and different things. Some people like living in the country.

Jimmy: I like it better to live in the country.

Beth: You live in the country? What do you like about living in the country? What are some good things about living in the country?

Jimmy: I have a swimming pool at home.

Beth: You have a swimming pool at home? That's nice. What else? Do you see animals at your house?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: What kind of animals?

Jimmy: Deer.

Beth: Deer? Do you like the city too or just the country?

Jimmy: I like the city.

Beth: Yeah? What do you like to do in the city?

Jimmy: Go to the restaurant.

Beth: Do you go anywhere besides the crab house?

Jimmy: No.

Beth: No? Just there?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: And that's your favorite place?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yes? Do you like to eat the crabs there?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? Tell me something that you... let's see. Is there anything that you don't like about your day? You like everybody here. You like everything you do but is there anything you don't like?

Jimmy: What I don't like?

Beth: Yeah.

Jimmy: I don't do the dishes here.

Beth: You don't do the dishes here? You wish you did?

Jimmy: Yeah.

Beth: Anything else?

Jimmy: No.

Beth: Is there anything else you don't like at home?

Jimmy: I don't like to vacuum at home.

Beth: You don't like to what at home?

Jimmy: Vacuum.

Beth: You don't like to vacuum but you have to?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: That's no fun. Anything else?

Jimmy: That's it.

Beth: That's it? So tell me about a time when you helped somebody here.

Jimmy: Like in the afternoon.

Beth: In the afternoon? What did you do?

Jimmy: Take out the boxes.

Beth: You took out the boxes?

Jimmy: And stacked boxes.

Beth: Yeah? And who were you helping?

Jimmy: Ashley, she's the crew supervisor.

Beth: That was Ashley? Tell me about somebody who helps you here.

Jimmy: Al.

Beth: Al? What does Al do for you?

Jimmy: He goes outside when I take out his trash.

Beth: You take out his trash?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: What does he do to help you?

Jimmy: He's the boss here.

Beth: He's the boss? So what are some things that he does for you?

Jimmy: He takes us out.

Beth: He takes you out? Where does he take you?

Jimmy: Out to eat.

Beth: Out to eat?

Jimmy: Arnolds.

Beth: What's that?

Jimmy: It's near his house.

Beth: Oh, it's near his house?

Kristy: Tell her what you do at Arnolds.

Jimmy: Deal, No Deal.

Beth: Deal, No Deal? You like playing that?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? Do you win?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? So what else do you do when he takes you out?

Jimmy: Go out to eat.

Beth: Where do you go out to eat?

Jimmy: Bertucci's.

Kristy: Bertucci's.

Beth: Bertucci's? What is Bertucci's?

Jimmy: It's a restaurant.

Beth: Oh, what kind of food?

Jimmy: Like salad.

Beth: Salad?

Jimmy: And pizza.

Beth: And pizza? Cool. What do you do on the weekends? Anything fun on the weekends?

Jimmy: Just... I don't know what I'm doing this week.

Beth: You don't know what you're doing this week? What do you wish you could do? Is there anything that you wish you could do?

Jimmy: What are you doing this weekend?

Kristy: Is that what you want to do? You want to hang out with me this weekend?

Jimmy: Yes.

Kristy: There's nothing else you'd rather do?

Jimmy: No.

Kristy: You want to go anywhere?

Jimmy: The mall.

Kristy: Tell her.

Jimmy: The mall.

Beth: You want to go to the mall? Why do you want to go to the mall?

Jimmy: I like going to the food court.

Beth: You like going to the food court? What do you get at the food court?

Jimmy: Something to eat.

Beth: What do you get to eat?

Jimmy: Chick Fil A.

Beth: Chick Fil A, OK. Is there anything that any kind of holidays that are special in your family? What do you do on holidays like Christmas time or Easter?

Jimmy: Christmas or Easter we get presents.

Beth: You get presents on Easter?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Do you all come together like in this picture? Are all of you on holidays?

Jimmy: No.

Beth: No? Who's there with you on holidays?

Jimmy: My mom and my aunts.

Beth: Anybody else?

Jimmy: And my brother.

Beth: And your brother? What was the favorite thing that you got for a present? Your favorite thing.

Jimmy: ITunes.

Beth: ITunes? What kind of music do you like?

Jimmy: I like listening to music.

Beth: What's your favorite music?

Jimmy: I got music on my phone.

Beth: You got music on your phone.

Jimmy: I like listening to music.

Beth: What's your favorite band or your favorite singer?

Jimmy: Rhianna.

Beth: Rhianna? Who else?

Jimmy: Who else?

Beth: Yeah, who are some other people you like?

Jimmy: I like Rolling Stones.

Beth: You like the Rolling Stones?

Jimmy: Yes.

Kristy: You already told her about Rhianna. Who else?

Jimmy: Who else? I like Phillip Phillips.

Beth: You like Phillip Phillips? What kind of music is Phillip Phillips? What does he do?

Jimmy: Singer.

Beth: He's a singer? What are some songs he sings? I've never heard of him.

Jimmy: Home.

Beth: A song called Home?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Looks like you've got a lot of music on there.

Jimmy: I do.

Kristy: Who's that?

Jimmy: Offspring.

Kristy: Offspring? And Oasis. You've got a ton on there.

Beth: It looks like you've got a lot of stuff on that phone; pictures and...

Jimmy: I like pictures.

Beth: Yeah? So you take pictures of people on your phone too?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? Do you share them with them or do you keep them yourself?

Jimmy: Share.

Beth: Yeah? What... Let me think. What's your favorite... Let's see. I've asked you about music and I've asked you about TV and I've asked you about games and restaurants. What's your favorite store to go to in the mall?

Jimmy: The Mall.

Beth: Just the whole mall?

Jimmy: Boscov's.

Beth: Boscov's? What do you get in Boscov's?

Jimmy: Candy.

Beth: Candy? What kind of candy do you like?

Jimmy: I like the mint things.

Beth: The what?

Jimmy: Mint.

Beth: Oh the mints? Nice. So why do you like to take pictures of people? Do you like to surprise them?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? Do people like it when you take pictures of them?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? Why do you think they like it?

Jimmy: I ask them first.

Beth: You ask them first. Well, that's good. That's polite and do you keep all the pictures? You print out a lot of them or just keep them on your phone?

Jimmy: On my phone.

Beth: Yeah? When you go home what's something that you miss about this place?

Jimmy: My video game.

Beth: Your video games? Why do you miss them?

Jimmy: I like to play them.

Beth: Yeah? You get to play them?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: So tell me about what you want to do when... in five years what do you want your life to be like?

Jimmy: My life?

Beth: Yeah.

Kristy: Where do you want to live in five years?

Jimmy: I like living at home.

Beth: You like living at home? Is there anything that you want to do in five years that you're not doing now?

Jimmy: I want to go out on weekends.

Beth: You want to go out on the weekends?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: Yeah? That sounds like fun. What else?

Jimmy: Going out. What else?

Kristy: It's your story. Is there anything else you want to do?

Jimmy: No.

Beth: Besides vacuuming is there anything you don't like doing?

Jimmy: I don't like to vacuum.

Kristy: What else though other than vacuuming? Is there anything else you don't like to do?

Jimmy: I don't like taking out trash.

Kristy: You don't? Really?

Beth: Why not?

Kristy: It's OK. You can answer.

Jimmy: I don't like to do it.

Beth: You don't like to do it? Anything else you don't like?

Jimmy: That's it.

Beth: That's it? Vacuuming and taking out trash?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: OK. Do you need to take a break or anything, get some water or anything, Jimmy?

Jimmy: Yes.

Beth: You do?

Lisa: Actually I think we're probably winding down.

Beth: OK, is there anything else you want to talk about before we end?

Jimmy: No.

Beth: OK. Well thank you for talking to me.

Jimmy: OK.

Lisa: OK.

Beth: OK, alright.

END


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