March 23, 2010

Biden Drops The F-Bomb

Posted: 02:40 PM ET


Washington (CNN) – In the White House room where Abigail Adams used to air out her clean laundry, Vice President Joe Biden used some dirty language.

A microphone picked up Biden uttering the "F" word Tuesday in the majestic East Room of the White House, as President Obama signed the historic health care reform bill into law.

After delivering a rousing introduction of the president in which he praised Obama's "perseverance" and "clarity of purpose," Biden turned to embrace his boss.

As the crowd of approximately 300 people cheered wildly, Biden turned to Obama and said with a big smile, "This is a big f– deal!"

The president did not react to the comment, apparently aware that the microphones may have picked up the words.

Shortly after the ceremony, White House Press Secretary used his Twitter feed to try and diffuse any controversy.

"And yes Mr. Vice President, you're right..." Gibbs tweeted from his @PressSec Twitter account.

An aide to the vice president pointed reporters seeking comment to Gibb's tweet.

The vice president is known for unscripted moments, but not in such a high-profile setting as a bill-signing ceremony in the East Room. According to the White House Historical Association, first lady Abigail Adams was famous for using the room to dry her laundry. President John F. Kennedy lay in state in the East Room after his assassination in 1963.

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lola   March 23rd, 2010 2:45 pm ET

Big effin deal! Who cares?

PROF Dave W. Dawson   March 23rd, 2010 2:50 pm ET

Government OF, FOR & BY the FAMILY is LEGALLY required to be SQUEEKY CLEAN.
Biden needs to wash his mouth out with CARBOLIC SOAP a tad more often.

A. Smith, Oregon   March 23rd, 2010 3:10 pm ET

Yes, it is a big deal. It is going to propel President Obama into a 2nd. term in office and there is a large amount of momentum behind the Democratic lawmakers now.

The Health Care bill is the largest deficit reduction legislation to ever become law, over 1 Trillion dollars in taxpayer savings over the next 20 years.

The Health Care bill is the first comprehensive Health Care legislation since the enactment of Medicare some 45 years ago.

Dodie   March 23rd, 2010 3:15 pm ET

Biden commits the proverbial Freudian slip. It might be a good idea he works on his comedian routine as I am sure he will be needing it soon. I must admit, I hold my breath every time he speaks as I never know what will be dripping out of his mouth next. Good going Biden. It is nice to know that not everyone in Washington is perfect!!!

Gerald Jolly   March 23rd, 2010 3:22 pm ET

No big deal.

This only proves that Joe Biden is a man for the ordinary guy.

You just gotta love the guy.

He truly is a man of the people, for the people.

In my mind an honest to goodness HERO.

Dont Ya Just Love Him.

Gerald Jolly   March 23rd, 2010 3:27 pm ET

@ Professor Dave. W. Dawson.

And I bet you have never uttered a nasty word in your life. Hu!

By the way, what is it that you "PROFESS"???

I hope that you're not on of those "BIBLE THUMPING" professors of Theology, "ARE YOU" HU!

Pass the collection plate and bless the Lord.


Gerald Jolly   March 23rd, 2010 3:31 pm ET

Time and the world came to a screeching stop last night.

What do you know, a politician uttered a nasty word.

We should all seek the guidance of PROF. Dave W. Dawson and beg him to pray for our unworthy souls.


According to the PROF. all us sinners are headed for HELL IN A HAND BASKET>


Chuck   March 23rd, 2010 3:39 pm ET

@A. Smith,
Just so everyone understands, it is a reduction in the projected deficit which means the deficit will still be going up; just not quite as much as originally projected. Well, at least not until we know how much this will really cost.

Joie Lake   March 23rd, 2010 3:56 pm ET

Ya know, for the number of people who MAY have heard it – you've now managed to spread it world wide. Grow Up!

Kristy Lynn   March 23rd, 2010 4:08 pm ET

And they wanted Shaun White’s coach in the Olympics to apologize to the Olympic committee for saying sh@#. LOL. Maybe Biden should apologize to the entire United States. Yes, this is a huge moment in history for those who support this bill and for those who do not. For Biden to bring it down because of some bad choice of words is pathetic on his part.

Dodie   March 23rd, 2010 4:28 pm ET

@ Kristy Lynn

He made a indiscretion, he is human! Thank goodness he is not a sheeple!!! This is not a resurrection.

So hang him by his tongue! .

@ PROF Dave W. Dawson

who needs to designate his well being of importance. You have never made a blunder? Or is your blunder within the confineds of your name?

Hugh in California   March 23rd, 2010 4:56 pm ET

It's only a big deal to republicans and other neo-conservatives. "He who is without sin, cast the first stone!"
Where is the outrage for all those teabagging racists screaming at a black congressman dozens of times yesterday using the "N word," or one actually spitting in his face?
What is more despicable, blundering the "F word," or willfully choosing to shout out the "N word" for all to hear - well you know the answer. Good God Almighty! "He who is without ears" is still no excuse.

A. Smith, Oregon   March 23rd, 2010 5:18 pm ET

The Democratic led majority in US Congressional federal government is moving toward the most sweeping overhaul of college financial aid in decades.

The US House of Democratic Representatives voted for the measure as part of its passage of health care legislation Sunday.

Under the proposal, private lenders would no longer make federally subsidized student loans. Instead, the government would make all such loans itself, instead of only some as it does now.

Eliminating the middleman would save the government an estimated $61 billion over the next decade. About $36 billion of that would be used to increase so-called Pell grants for lower-income students. The legislation also allocates $2.5 billion to historically black colleges, $2 billion to community colleges and at least $10 billion to reduce the federal deficit.

If the Republican lawmakers would have gotten their way, pell grants would have been reduced in number and the amount would have been reduced nearly 50% to 2,500.

As despite the Republican wing-nuts and party members, the stock market didn't crash, Granny didn't go before a death panel and the sky is still up where it belongs. The only thing that is whacked is Republican minority leader John Boehner running around like a headless chicken screaming his threats of Armageddon on the American people.

The Democratic lawmakers in this Congressional Bill increased the Pell grant numbers and the amount to just less than 6,000 dollars each.

Vote for more Democratic lawmakers for a brighter College Education and a brighter future for all Americans.

linda   March 23rd, 2010 6:24 pm ET

oh for gods sake people, grow up ,will ya !! never mind what Biden said ,i loved it because he spoke the truth,`it was a big f*&^kin deal!!...the president always has my respect and so do the others that dare work for him for the American people .! "great job for the little people !

linda from Canada   March 23rd, 2010 6:38 pm ET

i just need to say it again!! im sooo happy for you Americans in getting some health care reform .but the republicans should work to get the public option on the table again(as if) ,instead of trying to kill or waste your tax money to fight this bill in courts . `we here in Canada are so lucky to have public health care ,its too bad the president was not able to get it through because he tried so hard ,just to be pushed back down and trampled on over and over again by the republicans really makes me sick .their idiots and the funny thing is they don't know it .!

Expat American   March 23rd, 2010 6:38 pm ET

What's with these VPs and the F-Bomb? At least Vice President Biden's bomb was in reference to something that had been accomplished...Heinrich Cheney was just snarling and sneering as the elected lawmaker from the organic wholesome produce state of Vermont, of all places...Cheney's an animal...Biden, he's just animated!

We love you Mr. Vice President (current)!!!!

Kathryn   March 23rd, 2010 6:40 pm ET

The media should be FOCUSSING ON WHOSE MONIES will be paying for these Republican loaw suits?

When they should be in congress working, they are out again WASTING TAX PAYER $$$ to file unnecessary law suits all because they hate President Obama!?!

About time they get off of their arse and do some work for a change!

Kathryn   March 23rd, 2010 6:43 pm ET

@Professor, maybe you should direct your comments to the Publicans in the house and congress who behave and shout like hooligans and animals in a pen. "You lie!". "Baby killer!" Is that proper for soemone who wants to run America when their mouths are having diarhea?

linda from Canada   March 23rd, 2010 6:50 pm ET

i loved everything you said A. Smith.i could never say it better than you. this democratic government has and always tried to help the people they`ve been elected to serve. when Obama said ,`we need change and change is coming `,he was`nt kidding ! i just hope the wing-nuts get what they deserve in November ! a slap in the Hugh said.theses people who are trying to do good have been insulted,spit on and more.`it was just `1day news`. ...

Mechelle IN Tennessee   March 23rd, 2010 6:53 pm ET

YES!! Finally!! It's about time.. I am all for Socialized Medicine.. We have been robbed by the way business is conducted in the medical and insurance fields for YEARS.. PAY BACK TIME!!! I suffed a back injury while working in a nursing home in 1999 I was let go because I could no longer life pull or tug.. I have not had insurance of any kind or been able to sit stand or even sleep well without pain for 11 years.. NOW I might be able to get the surgery suggested in 1999. I live with my husband who is 69 years old He and I live on less than 24 thousand a year ..I dare any repuplican representative to come on down to my level for one year see how we who elected these thives, into office, to share the pain. I wish all representaives and senators would just be allowed to have 2 turns in office and a 40 thousand dollar a year starting pay with a raise only by performance.. Then the real people would be elected into position and we all would have a better system.. I am totally for this bill thank you My Obama I will vote for you again in this Republican state of Tennesse and so will at least 31 million more..What a great day for the poor families of America..

wgt   March 23rd, 2010 7:00 pm ET

Republicans are the party of whiners, sore losers and scare mongers that will surely bring this country down to its lowest level.
They need to get over their ego's and start working on the important task of creating jobs.
McCain said " the Republicans will not cooperate for the rest of the year" and you wonder why the cry baby lost?
Do the job you were elected to do and check your juvenille attitude at the door.
United we stand divided we fall! Which is it? Work together to bring the country back to its glory days or play politics with our lives.

Chuck   March 23rd, 2010 7:08 pm ET

Why wouldn't we all just agree that both were out of line. Is everything just perfect if it's your party and all wrong if it's someone else's party.

A. Smith, Oregon   March 23rd, 2010 7:21 pm ET

@ Chuck, as spelled out and noted above within the Health Care Bill voting was the sweeping Pell Grant College education overhaul which reduces the federal deficit by 10 Billion taxpayer dollars alone.

The Republicans VOTED against this which if they had their way would have lowered Pell Grant numbers and Pell Grant amounts, directly leading to fewer students able to afford College degree's and College education.

What are the Republicans Thinking? A recent Harris Poll asking Republicans what they think about President Obama is a useful indicator on the Mental Health of the Republican party members.

57% of All Republicans polled Believe President Obama is a Muslim!
(President Obama and his wife, First Lady Michelle are Christians)

45% of All Republicans polled Believe President Obama was not born in the United States
(President Obama was born in Hawaii, John McCain however was born in Panama City, Panama on a military base!)

38% of All Republicans polled Believe President Obama is doing many of the things that Hitler did!
(How twisted and confused can you possible get?)

24% of All Republicans polled Believe President Obama may be the Antichrist!!!
(Apparently even more twisted and confused than the Hitler question!)

4 Republicans out of 10 thinks President Obama is following in the footsteps of Adolph Hitler in his actions!

1 Republican in FOUR thinks President Obama might be the Antichrist!!!

Perhaps with the new Health Care bill, Republicans can now afford their mental health medication they are entirely missing).

sheila crone   March 23rd, 2010 7:34 pm ET

Democrats: you won. It is a mystery to me that most of what I'm hearing from you is rudeness, insults and threatening behavior. Last night while I watched Michael Moore, I was struck by how subdued he seemed to be. I didn't see smiling, laughing, back slapping, joyous behavior coming from him who is a winner in healthcare. This bill is a huge deal. Yet, where is the celebration? Could it be that the way this bill was passed, by coercion, bribery, and strong-arming, put a bad feeling on all of us, whether for or against the bill? Something needed to be done for healthcare, but does the end justify the means? Now that we have it, I hope we can get to behaving with more honesty and integrity.

Chuck   March 23rd, 2010 8:23 pm ET

@A. Smith,
I encourage you to check your facts. It is a reduction in the projected deficit. It's just clarification. A reduction is a reduction but the deficit will still be growing at the same time.

Chuck   March 23rd, 2010 8:29 pm ET

@A. Smith,
Your percentages would be impressive except for the fact that only about 23-23% of the population is Republican so when you start taking a percentage of an already small percentage, it translates to absolute numbers so small that some would say it's not worth your effort and time spent. I myself am an Independent and find some good things about both parties.

Joe G. (Illinois)   March 23rd, 2010 8:33 pm ET

Evil cannot create goodness.. Even if they are the President and Vice President.. And yes.. Not even then..!

Joe G. (Illinois)   March 23rd, 2010 8:45 pm ET

God loves us so much that he keeps things simple.. Very simple. And never mixes them up throughout the ages..

Ken McD   March 23rd, 2010 9:14 pm ET

I wish they would allow Biden more live mic time, he's the best, he needs no teleprompter!!!

Lady A   March 23rd, 2010 9:49 pm ET

I love the Vice President!
And for those complaining...stop, take another illegal pill and chill.

Cookie   March 23rd, 2010 9:52 pm ET

Vice-President Biden's "F" words is not as awful as when ex vice- President Cheney spewed his filthy language against his opponents.

patricia   March 23rd, 2010 10:00 pm ET

Yea, big deal! Our health care is determined by dictatorship, it shouldn't have been a government run decision but as Obama put it Of the people and for the people! This should have been America making the decision through the people's vote not our so called government.

tammy ashton   March 23rd, 2010 10:18 pm ET

It was inappropriate to say the "f" word, but I wasn't offended. Vice President Biden is a man, like any other man. He was excited, today President Obama made history and proved he is truely a president of the people. A lot of us tend to say things in moments of joy with out thinking.

Cajazz76:24:8   March 23rd, 2010 10:40 pm ET

Fornication Under Consent of King
Fornication Under Charles the King
Fornication Under Crown of the King
Fornication Under Christ, King
Forbidden Under Charter of the King
For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge
Forced Unlawful Carnal Knowledge
File Under Carnal Knowledge
Forbidden Unless Charlie Knows
...who gives a Flip....?

Cajazz76:24:8   March 23rd, 2010 11:08 pm ET

The American voter's should look very closely at the names which will appear on the ballot's when they cast their vote's this fall.

In the south the Rebubbacan'ts who would rather fight useless war's and spend our tax dollar's on things that go boom and then become inert, thus giving nothing in return to the American people.

To the north the Repukeanaut's are in the same frame of mind. They will never give to the American people what is a standard in the leading nation's in our world care for its citizen's.

Why has it always been a party of another mindset that has provided a better way for those who elected them to office? Which party signed into law the Social Security, Medicare,Civil Right's, and now Universal Healthcare Act's for its citizen's. Let's hope the vote's this fall will support those who have done more for for its elector's, rather than 'blow' it on futility and stupidity..

Joie Lake   March 23rd, 2010 11:11 pm ET

This was not decided by any conspiracy – or illegal activity.

Unfortunately the people we PAY to REPRESENT us decided to vote via party lines, vs. representing the health needs of our country. Do not even think otherwise.

Those who grumble, likely have insurance and don't flinch at what the wars that Bush and Cheney created have cost us. Those numbers were not subject to any vote at all, and certainly cost us more than this plan will in years going forward.

cindy   March 23rd, 2010 11:22 pm ET

McCain is so UN/AMERICAN ! oh, so the Repubs WILL NOT cooperate for the rest of the year? disgusting ! well, he LOST,,still in pain, I guess..w/so many houses & 14 cars...he's not happy nor content in his heart soul mind spirit....

Ramin   March 24th, 2010 1:39 am ET

Come on grow up kids! News flash: Adults DO use profanity; not that I’m advocating it, but it is a fact of life. Now it is unfortunate that the VP was careless and got surprised by an open microphone. Let’s grow up; we have bigger issues in this country than debating why the F word was used in the W.H. Hey, its DC not Vatican and we're talking politicians not Mother Teresa, ok, lot more than profanity going on; don’t believe me ask Debby P.

B.Cowan Groves   March 24th, 2010 1:51 am ET

Ihope Larry will not invite Steven Baldwin back. He appears to be a mental light weight and does not know the meaning of manners. Moreover, I can't imagine why Larry wants the likes of Mitt Romney back on the show since Romney is a nobody, couldn't make the final cut as a Presidential candidate and approves of that airhead Sarah P.

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Theresa   March 24th, 2010 3:13 am ET

Can't Joe Biden use the excuse ...I was caught up in the moment. I wonder what the You lie man & baby killer man used as their excuses. Is dear ol' Rush going to have a 2 hr. commentary over this gaffe . But of course!!!!

Maggie Beddow   March 24th, 2010 4:21 am ET

So what if Biden dropped the "f" bomb!!! Larry, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE DO NOT EVER INVITE STEPHEN BALDWIN BACK TO YOUR SHOW. If you do, you will have lost one of your fans, me!! Let Stephen go do his rantings on Fox. The face is, I think this guy is just trying to get attention as he can't hold a candle to his brother, Alec. Stephen is just trying to get his 15 minutes, but I'd like to know what are his qualifications to even talk about politics. He doesn't make an ounce of sense, and this issue is too big to have uninformed ignorant folks like him taking over the conversation. NO MORE STEPHEN BALDWIN!!!

tammy ashton   March 24th, 2010 9:23 am ET

I say the same thing about Stephen Baldwin. If you want to have a Baldwin on your show, there is a bunch of them. One of them has to be smarter than that knucklehead. What qualifies Stephen Baldwin to respresent anyones interest on public policy?

Shaun   March 24th, 2010 10:00 am ET

These Republicans are ruthless!! Steven Baldwin was on Larry King Live last night and because Biden dropped the F-Bomb he said "President Obama is the most gangster President he has ever seen". So I guess Bush is "gangster" too seeing how Cheney dropped the F-bomb when he was the VP telling Senator Leahy to "F*** himself". So much Racist sad! I truly believe all of this backlash from the Republicans will backfire!!

Ted   March 24th, 2010 10:31 am ET

We did not elect Joe Biden to be a Pope, he is a politician with a free translation of certain verbs.
I don´t care how many times he uses that awfull f.... word as long as he does something good for our country. Go Joe, say it again!

Ken McD   March 24th, 2010 10:56 am ET

Shaun implied on an earlier posting that Baldwin says Obama is a gangster because of Biden using the F bomb. Shaun, as most libs, fail to listen and understand discourse. He says he is a gangster because of the Chicago style, back room, closed door politics that goes on, not the use of the F bomb.

Cajazz76:24:8   March 24th, 2010 1:27 pm ET

Ken McD

Climb off the shoulder's of Shaun or vice-versa and make clearer your belief.

You have to be joking that politics is not back room deals, bar bickering, back alley brawls, and ever type of Tom, Dick, and Harry thuggery you can imagine.

Here's the picture I saw for over a year..The Republican's making every move from their biased, bull-doggery, and back's against-the-wall cry baby cribbed infantile whining, who did NOTHING, ABSOLUTELY a tenured group to get you and your similar-minded constituency something more than dead servicemen and women and all the necessary waste you can swallow.

Do you know what $682,000,000,000 can buy? Apparently not your insight nor your foresight...

Cajazz76:24:8   March 24th, 2010 1:36 pm ET

Leaving out the un in unnecessary leaves the opportunity for you to know that the unwilling doing the unnecessary for the ungrateful has been a silent motto for the U.S. servicemen and servicewomen for decades...get it? I hope so!

Ken McD   March 24th, 2010 2:11 pm ET

Why has it always been a party of another mindset that has provided a better way for those who elected them to office? Which party signed into law the Social Security, Medicare,Civil Right's, and now Universal Healthcare Act's for its citizen's. Let's hope the vote's this fall will support those who have done more for for its elector's, rather than 'blow' it on futility and stupidity..
You are full of futility and stupidty CaJazz!!! Can you tally the "wasted dollars" on things that don't go boom??? Throw in Obamacare to the list of prgrams you mentioned above that are bankrupting america.... in ten years this will not be the country it is now..... thank you Mr. Obama, Reid, Ms. Pelosi, CaJazz, et al.

Donald L Allen   March 24th, 2010 2:23 pm ET

Hello Joe you mite need to pull that finger out of your Ass it mite be a little darter don't you think so At canny Office you remember what give you that right to argue with sum one like me you think you sunnis a sun god or what PS see you Donald L Allen Leave My family alone thanks don,t think you can do summation I can not as I parable Have been a lot faster than you well Every go in your life don,t you think if you Don,t you no your out of your mind Leave My family alone hop not to see you again Find you sum marble and play you well problem get more out of it

Cajazz76:24:8   March 24th, 2010 2:35 pm ET

Gee, how can anyone get beyond your bias...? Sure I'll digress to a posture of stupidity and futility, if you'll grow a spine and regress to your history book's? Your not in a position to debate me at your level..your clarity on the issues is far to dim..witted.

Cajazz76:24:8   March 24th, 2010 2:42 pm ET

Ken McD

Above comment is all for you.. take small bites... chew slowly and thoroughly ..then taste and you don't CHOKE..on your lack of insight, hindsight, and foresight...sleep well...

Cajazz76:24:8   March 24th, 2010 2:50 pm ET

Ken McD

Please google 'Debt Clock'...get a tutor to understand it because I can tell already your 'simple' math skills will not be ample.

Ken McD   March 24th, 2010 2:51 pm ET

Jazz, I do not need a hx book, tell me how we are going to PAY for this and all other money sucking programs the Government is running? Don't tell me cuts in Medicare will solve it. The simple answer is TAX the crap out of ALL, not just those who EARN >$250,000. If you are too simple to understand that concept, you are going to be surprised when your boys Biden and Obama get into your pocket, that assumes you have a job and pay taxes.

Ramses   March 24th, 2010 2:55 pm ET

What's the big deal? JB is good at heart, does good things for working, ordinary people. I trust Democrats, not Republicans.

Ken McD   March 24th, 2010 3:04 pm ET

Jazz, you area typical lib, dodge and bash, answer the simple question you simpleton: how do WE the people PAY for all of these government (poorly) run programs??? I'll answer it for you, you mental midget, we don't pay for it, you and all the other moochers out there want Obama to take care of everything for you, maybe he'll even tuck you in your bed if you ask him. If you have little Jazzes and grand children Jazzes, ask them how their life is going 25 yrs from now, cuz they will be woking for the MAN.

Ken McD   March 24th, 2010 4:03 pm ET

Jazz, hmmmm. quiet, still thinking about how to pay for all those wonderful programs!!!!! You mentioned earlier about Bush and things that go boom. Let me ask, where is all that anti-war campaign rhetoric we heard from all Dem candidates, esp. Mr. Obama???? His 2 wars not costing us anything???? How's club gitmo??? Promises, promises, it'll get you elected but turns out he's an empty suit, speaking of growing a spine!!! If he had a rubber spine he wouldn't know what to do with it, oh, he has a rubber spine, that's how he bowed to the King of Saudi Arabia!!!!

al patel   March 24th, 2010 4:04 pm ET

please Mr king dont get pepole like erick baldwin on ur show for min i thought i was watchin fox news he was down right rude and full of hate.i always love ur show. thank you.

Gerald Jolly   March 24th, 2010 5:28 pm ET

@ Ken McD
All those issues you mention are not of Obama's making and YOU KNOW THAT.

Even the very best of EXCREMENT cleaners would take a life time cleaning up the mess the BUSHWACKER and his INEPT bunch of CRONIES left us with.

Ken, you ought to try and focus on truthfull matters, not figments of your imagination.

There is no shovel big enough to clean up the S!@#$%^&*T the Bushwacker left us with.

You Know.

OL MC DONALD HAD A FARM, with some cow S!@#$%^ing there and a Chicken S!@#$%^ting here, here some S!@#$%T there some S!@#$%T exatly the same kind of S@#$%^T you are spreading on this blog.


Gerald Jolly   March 24th, 2010 5:36 pm ET

@ Ken McD

THe title worn by all REPUGNANTS is a title coined by Jonh Beohner himself.

It's like his pronouncing of his name BUYNER

C,mon Ken intelligent people say it the way the English language intended it to be said.


Gerald Jolly   March 24th, 2010 5:39 pm ET

@ Ken McD

Please tell me.

What intelligent person would want to be represented by a CHRONIC ALCOHOLIC.

John Beohner the the boner, has the redest face and bulbous nose of any member in the house, all traits that confirm he is a serious alcoholic.

Tell me, is it true that the BONER is your hero??

Callie   March 24th, 2010 6:25 pm ET

It is truly amazing that with all of the expensive education, training, public speaking, 'grooming', and in representation of the highest office in the land, he is still 'gaffing' away'! ....Unbelievable!

Ted   March 25th, 2010 10:00 am ET

@ Gerald Jolly

I like your version of Old McDonald had a farm...... was it in someplace in Texas?

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