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What Is Your Favorite Way of Watching a Movie

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  3333 votes / 11%
  4325 votes / 14%
Dusting off the VCR
  334 votes / 1%
At the Theatre
  4081 votes / 13%
  7325 votes / 24%
In the original Klingon
  2322 votes / 7%
Film is dead
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29536 total votes.
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What Is Your Favorite Way of Watching a Movie

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  • alamo drafthouse (Score:4, Insightful)

    by Anonymous Coward on Monday March 12, 2012 @09:54AM (#39325513)

    you asked what's my favorite, not what I do most often, so i put at the theater. nothing like having your beers delivered to your seat, and them throwing people out for talking.

    • Re: (Score:3, Funny)

      by Anonymous Coward

      at the theater. nothing like having your beers delivered to your seat, and them throwing people out for talking.

      Yeah, nothing like paying extortionate prices for beer and the film being interrupted, first by talking and then people getting kicked out. Sounds great.

      • by euroq (1818100)

        The places I know actually sell them at restaurant/bar prices so it's not that different than buying drinks at a restaurant. If you're looking for the cheapest beer, though, of course you should just drink them at home.

    • by N!k0N (883435)
      Why is there no "At the theater, in the original Klingon" option?

      With that said, your theater is significantly better than the ones around here ... no delivery of stuff to the seats, much less beer.
      • by cayenne8 (626475)

        With that said, your theater is significantly better than the ones around here ... no delivery of stuff to the seats, much less beer.

        That's when you bring your flask in!!!


      • by jedidiah (1196) on Monday March 12, 2012 @11:09AM (#39326227) Homepage

        My personal favorite is streaming from my own media server.

        I didn't want to pick the "streaming" option because I presume that was selection intended to refer to some lame ARM based streaming appliance.

        • by netsavior (627338) on Monday March 12, 2012 @02:11PM (#39329029)
          streaming is the same thing as downloading, only it scares clueless media execs slightly less.
        • My personal favorite is streaming from my own media server.

          I didn't want to pick the "streaming" option because I presume that was selection intended to refer to some lame ARM based streaming appliance.

          Exactly. And they got onto our media server in several ways, including from DVD and Blurry disks (our own and borrowed from friends), and downloaded. I occasionally watch stuff streamed from youtube or vimeo, but it's far from being my favorite (there is no netflix or equivalent in this country, so I have no opinion thereon).

    • by EzInKy (115248) on Monday March 12, 2012 @10:20AM (#39325761)

      I don't mind getting my own beer from the fridge, and the ability to pause a flick when someone has something to say is priceless compared to tossing them out. Add in the niceties of setting the volume to your own comfort level and scheduling the picture to start whenever you feel like it their is no way mass showings can compare to the convenience of a home theater.

      • by dohnut (189348)

        ...and the ability to pause a flick when someone has something to say is priceless...

        Agreed. I set up my media player so that when I hit the pause button the screen displays the text "Let the beatings commence!" Plus, my remote is custom, made from the guts of a Logitech Harmony One and a baseball bat.

    • I wish they would do this for the annoying, mouth-wide-open-crunching-mother-never-taught-them-how-to-masticate-louder-than-a-jet-engine eaters.

    • Depends on the audience.
      When I saw an early screening of "No Country For Old Men" at one of those arthouse theaters, the place was packed and you could hear a pin drop, it was a thing of beauty.
      Then a month later some friends and I went to see it at the multiplex, and some asswipe started talking on the phone during the final Tommy Lee Jones monologue, about the dream with his father. Goddamit.

      The most extreme negative example was "Return Of The King". A full family arrived late at an uncrowded screening,

      • Went to see a 12:05pm Saturday night screening of Act of Valor. The theater was essentially empty as it had been out for just over two weeks. Needless to say, I enjoyed the experience. The only hitch was that I had to remind the staff to turn down the lights during the previews. After attending enough movies, you get a good sense of when the staff is slacking off... (grin)

        In my opinion, you cannot beat the movie theater experience without building your own mini-movie theater in the basement. I do agre

  • Missing option (Score:5, Insightful)

    by Mini-Geek (915324) on Monday March 12, 2012 @09:56AM (#39325523) Homepage


    • by alphatel (1450715) *
      I mean really, this is a standard option for most of us and has been my default going on 5 years already.
    • Non-torrented rips

  • "At the theatre" is the closest, but I prefer watching them on a screen/monitor in a house.

  • by webheaded (997188) on Monday March 12, 2012 @10:00AM (#39325559) Homepage
    My FAVORITE way is a Bluray because they look and sound amazing. My most common way is streaming/downloading because it's less of a hassle and I don't buy all the movies I want to watch once on Netflix. Buying Blurays are usually reserved for the things I really like or want to collect (like Marvel and DC animated movies).

    Also inb4 "favourite." :O
    • by trdrstv (986999)
      Same here. I probably watch most movies on streaming due to convenience and cost (or rather lack of, Netflix is VERY cheap), but my preferred method is Bluray with a popcorn and a beer in my home theater.
    • (Non Bluray owner.)
      Apart from the DRM and unskippable ads, what puts me off is how some of them look in a shop.

      Saw Star Trek (2009) on Bluray on an LCD tv in a shop.
      All I could see was the makeup on the actor's faces. It was obvious, way more so than on DVD.
      (It was on a Samsung TV and they are often set to too-intense colours, IMO)

      Is this common in Blurays?

      It did not make me want a Bluray player.

      • by webheaded (997188)

        on an LCD tv in a shop

        Annnnd there you go. The TVs at stores tend to look like shit for a lot of reasons. The signal is apparently being delivered by coax...the settings on the TV have been set by an ape...whatever. They look good and if you can't tell the difference you're either trolling or blind. :p

        But seriously...using a TV in a store to compare? Come on now.

        • Hmmm.
          I have actually worked in shops that sell audiovisual equipment. Where I was, a bluray player would be connected with hdmi. The general display TVs would come from a satellite feed. The occasion I am talking about was a TV showing the Bluray of Star Trek.

          The problem with the screen that I saw was that the resolution, possibly combined with the colour intensity, was showing up the makeup (pancake, not prostheses) on the actors' faces.
          (It was the scene with young Spock talking to Nimoy).

          I am not the only

        • by jedidiah (1196)

          If they are trying to sell you overpriced TVs, BD players, and spinny disk, then there's no good reason to expect that the stuff is sabotaged.

          The problem is kind of obvious if you think about it. Extra clarity makes it easier to see defects. These could be coffee stains on Kirk's uniform or CGI artifacts in the latest spectacular.

          Home Video in general is ample ground for nitpicks regardless. Increasing video quality may just make it more likely that you find the shoe or the potato.

  • I don't see why the recent obsession with streaming. It really is just the same as downloading but with some DRM (Which all of slashdot hates with a passion) to prevent you from holding on to the downloaded data.

    Are there people here who voted streaming and use a service that doesn't use DRM?
    • I voted "streaming" for one reason: (US) $7.99 through Netflix to watch whatever I want / whenever I want without commercials is orders of magnitude cheaper and more convenient than $125/m Comcast "HD". And the quality is higher. Also, I've come to the realization that I really don't need to archive 10+ TB of "crap", even though I consume said "crap".
  • by Stavr0 (35032) on Monday March 12, 2012 @10:03AM (#39325585) Homepage Journal

    Usually it goes 0:43:52-0:43:57 then 1:59:57-2:00:01 followed by 00:17:34-00:17:39 . . .

    It gets very confusing after a while.

  • Missing Option (Score:5, Informative)

    by Rik Sweeney (471717) on Monday March 12, 2012 @10:04AM (#39325607) Homepage

    TV / Cable

    (In the UK)

    If it's not something I'm desperate to see then I just wait until it appears on Film4 etc. and watch it then.

  • by Troke (1612099)
    I hate to say it, but on my tablet, with my good headphones beats my home theater setup any day of the week, be It Netflix or my direct DVD or Blu-Ray "backups"
    • by ratbag (65209)

      No need to hate saying it. It's the truth for a whole load of people, me included. Rip to my iPad, insert etymotics, enjoy, is how I consume most content these days.

  • At the theatre (Score:5, Interesting)

    by loftwyr (36717) on Monday March 12, 2012 @10:25AM (#39325801)

    The big screen, the excitement, the chance to get away from the house. That makes the environment exciting.

    The cost and noisy others are drawbacks but that doesn't happen as often as I read about.

    • Re:At the theatre (Score:5, Insightful)

      by onemorechip (816444) on Monday March 12, 2012 @03:53PM (#39330607)

      Actually if I go to the theatre I am less distracted than if I watch at home. At home, there are always other matters that tempt my attention away from the screen. Once seated in the theatre, I've committed myself to 90 minutes or more without any chance to tend to chores, email, reading, or other matters, so I can focus exclusively on the story in front of me. Yeah it's expensive and sometimes there are inconsiderate people, but I'm more likely to get the fullest enjoyment that way.

    • by k6mfw (1182893)

      The big screen, the excitement

      Yes, there are some movies gotta watch on the big screen as that is what they were designed for. However, there are no movies in the regular theatres these days that appeal to me.

    • Re: (Score:2, Funny)

      by Anonymous Coward

      I'm usually allowed to leave the house any time I want... You should call for help from the police if they keep you locked up like that.

  • oh yes! (Score:5, Funny)

    by jdkramar (803337) on Monday March 12, 2012 @10:28AM (#39325821)
    I have been waiting for this poll for years! (see sig)
  • Torrenting (Score:5, Insightful)

    by E. Edward Grey (815075) on Monday March 12, 2012 @10:38AM (#39325909)

    Sorry, entertainment industry dicks, but until your releases meet the following criteria:

    * Available digitally on day 1 of release
    * Reasonable compromise between file size and quality
    * Can play the media without your buggy piece of crap software
    * No oppressive DRM such as rootkits
    * Transportable to different players and locations
    * No imaginary or irrelevant services or features bundled into the cost (I'm not paying you for anything but the content) ...I will continue to torrent. But the minute you do meet these requirements, I have no problem paying you for your product. Unfortunately, by the time you figure it out you will probably not be around anymore. :(

    • Re:Torrenting (Score:5, Interesting)

      by ArsonSmith (13997) on Monday March 12, 2012 @11:14AM (#39326295) Journal

      I second this post. (sorry now mod points)

      At the very least get more content on to a single service such as netflix starting less than 1 week from release. I go through the steps of, check netflix, check hulu plus, check the distributors website if not found then torrent. I try to pay for it and can't in a convenient manor so I go around it.

      I'd even pay more than 4-5x as much for a netflix that had everything (movie and tv) within a week of release. I pay more for that for cable and don't get to select what I want to watch and when. If my life doesn't fit the cable schedule for TV shows like walking dead then I have to torrent them if i want to keep up with them.

      • by Mitreya (579078)

        check hulu plus,

        They should offer a damn hulu-plus-plus, or whatever they want to call it with service that HAS NO ADS. What is it that makes them think that I want to pay a monthly fee and still be interrupted by commercials every few minutes?? I'd be willing to pay more than $10/month, but I am damned if I'll pay to watch commercials.
        Netflix is ok, but I am still amazed with Hulu's decision.

    • You need to sign up to [] If enough of us do, perhaps the movie industry will take notice. Already the European Commission did (who regulates the entire online, TV and Cinema worlds in Europe), but they say they if they see 100k sign-ups they'll pay attention. Until then it's all ACTA and similar...

      Up to you.

    • Re: (Score:2, Informative)

      by DigiShaman (671371)

      Torrenting? Seriously? You advocate torrenting a product that doesn't belong to you? If that's the case, you're a thief and scoundrel! Never mind that the entertainment industry is the same, I'm talking about you since that's what this poll is targeted at. You had the choice of not playing at all. Instead, you decided to not play fair too. You're are no better than the same industry you loath. There's no justification for your actions. None. Zero. Zippo.

      • Torrenting? Seriously? You advocate torrenting a product that doesn't belong to you? If that's the case, you're a thief and scoundrel! Never mind that the entertainment industry is the same, I'm talking about you since that's what this poll is targeted at. You had the choice of not playing at all. Instead, you decided to not play fair too. You're are no better than the same industry you loath. There's no justification for your actions. None. Zero. Zippo.

        It's not what you steal, it's who you steal from. Or, the car analogy of it's not how fast you drive, it's where you speed, I.e. speeding in a residential neighborhood or school zone is a dick move! There are valid moral grounds for committing what amounts to petty crime in most countries (stealing a $29.99USD DVD; which by the way is less egregious to the MPAA than grabbing a digital copy), and some of our rights here in the U.S. (right to assemble, free speech, for example) are crimes in other countries.


      • by Pieroxy (222434)

        Where do you live exactly? When one of the blockbusters is out, they put ads all over the place, on the radio, TV, in the subway, on the highway. They push so hard that you want to watch the movie.

        If only they were that good at producing movies... But I digress.

        So yes. I torrent. Much like I used to torrent music before Amazon MP3 came around. Not because I don't want to pay, but because it's the ONLY way to get my movies the way I want them. If I could give back $10, I would. BUT I CANNOT EVEN PAY THEM FOR

        • Re:Torrenting (Score:4, Insightful)

          by DigiShaman (671371) on Monday March 12, 2012 @09:41PM (#39334499) Homepage

          I don't care if you right an entire book on the topic. There is absolutely no way you or anyone else can convince me that theft of entertainment is justified, because it's not. You basically admitted that you have no self control. That's pretty pathetic if you ask me. There are a million other activities to do in life. Yet, you stoop so low as to roll around in the mud with the other media pigs. Honestly, you're no better than their business model. In fact, I'd say you're worse.

          Here's a novel idea. Don't steal shit. If you didn't pay for it, you don't deserve it without asking first. If you're unable to obtain it for whatever reasons, leave it the hell alone. Why is this such a fucking hard concept for people to grasp. Is there no honor, integrity, or self control left in this world that we feel the need to resort to back-stabbing and sneaking around? WTF?!

    • Re:Torrenting (Score:5, Insightful)

      by artor3 (1344997) on Monday March 12, 2012 @03:14PM (#39330069)

      Most of your requests are reasonable, but the first one isn't.

      Movies are expensive to make, and to recoup their investment, the industry relies on a tiered pricing structure in which people pay more to see it earlier. You pay the most to see it in first run theatres, a bit less if you wait until its in the cheaper theatres, even less than that if you wait until its on DVD, and you pay nothing if you wait for it to show up on TV. There's nothing unreasonable about them rolling out the film in such a way.

      Now, if you meant that its available digitally on day 1 of the DVD release, then yeah, I agree 100%.

      • by Z34107 (925136)

        Is there any evidence that the release windows [] actually help maximize profits? More often than not, pirates don't have to wait, and in the meantime you've lost a sale.

        • by artor3 (1344997)

          Pirates also don't have to pay. The number of people who pirate your movie, but who would have paid had a digital version been for sale online at the time of theatrical release is likely pretty small. Let's be generous and call it 50k people. At fifteen bucks a copy, you're making $750k. But now you also lose some money, because if a family of four now buys the DVD instead of buying four tickets, you're out at least $40. The Lorax sold around 4.5 million tickets its opening weekend. If you put those p

          • by Z34107 (925136)

            Theatergoing is a social outing; it's about the shared experience of seeing a movie on a giant screen with a bunch of people. I doubt any family of four would say, "Let's go out to the theater!" and end up at Wal-Mart instead. Conversely, I don't think suppressing $2 Red Box rentals forces people en masse into Marcus at $20 a head.

            A pirated flick isn't a good substitute for a social outing, but it is a damn good substitute for a DVD. (Better than, even.) Anyone who pirated a flick opening day has zero in

    • by Kjella (173770)

      * Available digitally on day 1 of release

      At least day 1 of non-cinema release. Any premium channel or whatnot will be ripped and torrented, as will of course any DVD/BluRay. If you're not available at the same time, you're too late. Oh and more applicable to TV series but day 1 of international release. Not waiting for the local TV stations to pick stuff up, sorry.

      * Reasonable compromise between file size and quality

      Reasonable choice of file size and quality I'd say. If I want to download the whole BluRay to watch tomorrow night, let me. Oh yeah and let us preload like with Steam games so we can get

  • DVD (Score:5, Insightful)

    by Xian97 (714198) on Monday March 12, 2012 @10:41AM (#39325947)
    While I would prefer the quality of Blu-Ray or the convenience of streaming, many movies are not available on those formats. Before dropping the Netflix streaming when the price increased last year, I looked at my 100+ title DVD queue and there were only 3 that I could stream, while every title in my instant queue was available as DVD.
  • by Anonymous Coward on Monday March 12, 2012 @11:02AM (#39326155)
    • I've always wondered how accurate that graphic is... I only actually own a single bit of physical media, everything else is legal digital copies/streaming.

      The one disc set I do have (avatar, a gift) doesn't exhibit any of that non-sense... I toss it in the PS3 and hit root menu and it goes.

      Is this crap really that invasive on some/most discs?

      • by marcop (205587) <marcop@s l a s h d o> on Monday March 12, 2012 @12:52PM (#39327591) Homepage

        Yes. I find Disney disks the worst. Some DVD players and/or disks will allow you to skip and others do not. But none allow you to skip the FBI warnings.

        I get a away with this nonsense by buying the DVD, ripping to Xvid, playing with some type of media player (I never share my media though). Better yet, I can place a bunch of movies on a small-ish USB drive. Use something like the WD Live Streaming player and you have a great travel movie player. I use it in my car on long distances and don't have to fumble around for disks; the kids select whatever is on the USB drive. Better still I don't run the risk of scratching the disks. And the WD Live Streaming has Netflix so if I go somewhere with free Internet I can use that service too.

        This graphic reminds me of the frustrating times that I don't follow the above. It's really annoying trying to watch a DVD with your family and it takes 3-5 minutes from disk insert for the stupid movie to begin.

  • Just because one way is my favorite doesn't mean that's how I choose to watch my movies. It could be that my favorite way is unobtainable.

    I voted for the way I watch most of my movies, though it's not my favorite.

  • Voted torrenting (Score:5, Interesting)

    by GameboyRMH (1153867) <gameboyrmh&gmail,com> on Monday March 12, 2012 @11:59AM (#39326751) Journal

    ...but if I could buy the movies DRM-free for a reasonable price I'd do it - don't worry about supporting the MAFIAA, in my hypothetical alternate universe they aren't a bunch of dumb evil bastards.

  • by brunascle (994197) * on Monday March 12, 2012 @12:01PM (#39326783)
    A digital media player, with files usually coming from a ripped blu-ray or DVD.
  • by Covalent (1001277) on Monday March 12, 2012 @12:06PM (#39326863)
    ...the last time I took my wife and kids to a movie, it cost us $70 for 4...and the movie was not very good. Sorry MPAA, but until I can rent / stream a blu-ray quality film for cheap while the movie is still at the theaters, I'll be getting my movies on the dl.
  • by Corf (145778) on Monday March 12, 2012 @12:48PM (#39327523) Journal
    I chose "At the Theatre," but it's gotta be one theatre in particular. It's generally devoid of cell phones, rowdy teenagers, stadium seating, and 3D films. My father grew up half a mile away from it. It's just around the corner from my office and a block up from Discovery headquarters. Someday, I'd like to own a home within walking distance. I'm talking about the AFI Silver [], and if you're in the DC area you owe it to yourself to pay them a visit and remember what movie-watching should be.
  • by realsilly (186931) on Monday March 12, 2012 @12:50PM (#39327561)

    I never really cared about how I watch a movie, but rather with who. A movie is always more entertaining to me when I can share the experience of it with someone. To me, that is what makes it into my memory banks of enjoyment or dislike.

    Case in point, I once went to the theater on opening weekend with friend. The movie was hysterical because both my friend and I laughed, but so did the whole audience. The print actually screwed up, and we all got refunds, but to this day, I still remember the enjoyment of seeing that particular movie on that day with that friend and enjoying the entire situation around it.

    Second case in point, I was sitting at home with my husband and we were bored, so we found something a freakish Short film on "On Demand". It was freakish, but I enjoyed it more because of the company.

  • But now I checked streaming. I used to love the cinema. And I still go to our local Arthouse cinema for non-mainstream movies. And also every now and then with my spouse to the mainstream cinema. But the latter ist getting less and less attractive. Prices are insane, especially with 3D, and also for snacks and drinks. An evening there for a single person with soft drink and popcorn can cost as much as 20 to 25 EUR, depending on length of movie and if it's in 3D. I couldn't care less for the 3D, but alas man

  • That way it sounds nicer.

  • Not at the cinema! (Score:5, Interesting)

    by oldmac31310 (1845668) on Monday March 12, 2012 @02:29PM (#39329363) Homepage
    I brought my son to see the Lorax at the cinema on Saturday and I can only say I was underwhelmed(!) by the whole experience. He is just 4 and still I had to pay full ticket price for him. So $24 total for the two of us. Overpriced snacks on top of that brought the total to $40. Yes, I should have brought my own.

    We arrived a little early to get a good seat and the place was almost packed already. We then endured the terrible ads and some not so good and not so bad trailers. One of the ads was the one which ends with the exploding television and the line 'go big or go home'. I had not seen that before and frankly found it offensive. If they want people to come see the films 'big' then why do they sell them on disks? Truly idiotic.

    So the film finally starts and overall it was just OK. Really nothing great. But the picture wasn't exactly crystal clear and the sound was not so great. So what exactly was I paying for? The noisy toddlers roaming around the aisles unattended by their parents? The poor quality popcorn?

    My son enjoyed it, so, yeah great, but it was hardly worth that kind of expense.

    Frankly I'd rather take a dump in a policeman's helmet!

    • And the other things is, that I have become so accustomed (at home) to being able to pause at will, or re-watch parts of the film if I missed something or wasn't paying close enough attention that I now find the lack of control over playback at the cinema weird and a little frustrating.
    • by Osgeld (1900440)

      yea, the last time I went to the cinema ... actually the last couple times I wondered how they could not only show but brag about using state of the art HD DLP projectors and yet the picture quality was lower than what I get on my CRT TV. Bland colors, fuzzy image and god help you if there is a long sweeping landscape shot, cause it jitters more than a crackhead surrounded by cops.

  • ... sneaking in in the trunk of a car.

  • ...

    Let's say whoever designed the poll either didn't know what usenet is or they knew very well the first rule :-)

  • I like going to the theater: It's an excuse to go people watching and get out of the house. I'm also able to focus on the movie because it's rude to pull out my phone or laptop.

    Granted, I like the fact that I can drink or smoke anything I want from the comfort of my own couch. I'm sure I'll go to the theater less often when I have kids.

  • Theater...bigger is still better. But, for movies I don't feel the need to see on the big screen, the wall in the living room is a nice 92" diagonal projected, 720p screen and I have a nice audio system. It's great, but it still doesn't beat the real thing.
    • by Skapare (16644)

      Would work for me if I and my friends were the only ones in there at the time. I got to do this once, watching Terminator II. It was quite an experience being able to actually watch the movie.

  • by pbjones (315127)

    My favourite way to watch is in a theatre, but with so few places close to where I live, it's DVD for me, usually purchased on-line or ex-rental.
    Blu-ray is just a fad to make you spend money that you don't have, on stuff that you don't need, replacing stuff that still works OK, /sarcasm

  • It depends on the movie. Most are ok on a smaller screen but there are some movies that only the big screen does justice to.

  • I really really want my answer to be theater here. I remember when I was younger (and I'm not that old) going to the theater. Huge screens, well calibrated sound, good seats, reasonable prices. Always saw a movie, every week, at least one.

    Now, dirty screens, seats falling apart, sound turned up to the point where it causes noise. Not to mention the 20 minutes of ads... before the TRAILERS start. All for $50 of ticket prices to see movies that are poor rehashes of stories told a billion times before.


  • ...on a 14ftx8ft wall.

    AR subs, Creative satellites, and a fucking LOCK ON THE DOOR!

    Keep your multiplexes with ignorant little bastard chavs who arrive late, go out of their way to fall over those who have had the good sense to arrive while the lights are still on, talk and fart through the entire movie and laugh raucously at the unfunniest parts. Keep your 30 minute ad trailers and laughably inaccurate FBI warnings and seats that threaten to fold you in places that really shouldn't be folded. DOWN IN FRONT!

  • by riflemann (190895) <riflemann@bb.cac t i i . net> on Tuesday March 13, 2012 @08:05AM (#39337147)

    There could not be a more appropriate comic for this poll: []

The price one pays for pursuing any profession, or calling, is an intimate knowledge of its ugly side. -- James Baldwin


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