kiki_eng: Breakfast at Tiffany's - Holly Golightly - Audrey Hepburn (woman in evening wear & sunglasses stands before shop window) (breakfast at tiffany's)
I am returning to my social bookmarking-less past until Maciej sorts it so that exports are functional and I can actually move to pinboard (yes, I was still with delicious, yes, I should have moved years ago) - for now, a link dump wherein I reread nothing while releasing a bunch of fandom tabs I have on my browser:

Boom Clap (The Sound of My Heart) by [ profile] femmequixotic and [ profile] noe
Harry Potter | Rating: NC-17 | 39, 547 words | Harry/Draco
Summary: Post-war Hogwarts has been energized by its new teaching fellows program. Where once bitter enmity divided the wizarding community, Malfoy and Potter chummily patrol hallways together whilst Granger and Zabini seek lost parts of the castle at McGonagall’s behest and Chang supervises Quidditch when not lecturing in Charms. It’s a veritable wizarding utopia and life is predictable for the first time in years. Which is, of course, when everything blows apart as the result of a drunken dare and Malfoy’s life is ruined beyond his capacity to repair it. Ever. In a million years.
One of my joys this past year has been a slight resurgence in Harry/Draco works - they weren't one of my pairings in the sort of height or golden age of that fandom and pairing, but it was a lot of fun to be discovering the dynamic through new works something like a decade later. I have zero memory of this fic scanning through it, but that means nothing - I often have to get, like, a page into a work before I can tell whether or not I've read it before.

A better man might by [ profile] lowriseflare and [ profile] threeguesses
Pitch | Rating: NC-17 | 9,397 words | Ginny/Mike
Summary: The day Mike realizes he’s actively looking for Baker’s ass in the dugout is the day he decides he should probably stop slapping it.
This is like, age gap, and sports culture and gender, and sex and kink, a little. (I think a lot of shit is inherently kinky - from G to NC-17 - and am not using that word as code for BDSM; I can't remember the specifics of any sex scenes in this but I do know that I really liked this fic and I think the sex is pretty integral.)

places to be by [ profile] Sixthlight
Rivers of London | Rating: PG-13 | 6,314 words | Beverley/Peter, Beverley/Peter/Thomas
Summary: Tolstoy was wrong: every happy family is happy in its own way.
Accidental co-parenting and kidfic with a poly bent. Sixthlight tends to write themes that I care about and write really well; I remember this fic as a delight.

the slow pace of geologic time by [ profile] westerrnredcedar
Check Please! | Rating: PG-13 | 4,258 words | Alicia, Bitty
Jack looks at her and then puts her luggage down and leans in, grabs her into a full-body hug, right there on the sidewalk, holding her so close. She can’t remember when he last hugged her this hard. “He told his parents. About being gay. About us,” he says into her shoulder. “They were awful.”
It's about that, about Jack calling his mom for help, after, and her supporting her son and his partner, being there for Bitty, physically, and her reflecting on parenthood and time, a bit. It's pretty great.

Pants on Fire by [ profile] Helenish
Inception | Rating: NC-17 | 15,169 words | Arthur/Eames
"Ah," Yusuf says, lifting a reproving hand, "are we calling less than 24 hours of memory loss amnesia now?"
Excellent use of tropes - there's almost a secret identity component with the amnesia - and character and relationship exploration.

Easy Open by [ profile] Helenish
Mission Impossible | Rating: R | 6,262 words | Benji/Ethan
"So you and Hunt are a package deal these days,” Bryson says.
“Uh,” Benji says, jerking his head up from his computer, ballpoint in his mouth.

I did not expect to like this and buy this pairing but this story was compelling for me.

Desperado by [ profile] fightingarrival
Star Wars | 3:06 | Poe/Finn/Rey
Summary: There ain’t nothing here for me anymore, but I don’t want to be alone. (A WisCon 41 premiere)
I'm not anywhere near finished processing this vid, so I have nothing on this.

Of Hangovers and Coffee by [ profile] Madlyie
Les Miserables | Rating: G | 1,514 words | Enjorlas/Grantaire
Summary: prompt: “accidentally broke into your apartment because i was drunk AU”; You would actually expect Grantaire to wake up in an unknown apartment but things don’t always happen like expected.
I don't know that I actually finished reading this, I think I got about a paragraph in and went No! This is not the BNL song AU that I need in my heart of hearts and kind of want to write now and I need to hold onto this fic because it has inspired me.

be yourself my ally by [ profile] imperfectcircle
Wonder Woman | Rating: G | 15,531 words | Etta/Diana
Summary: “That’s all very flattering,” Etta says when Diana has finally run out of steam, “but surely you have more qualified candidates than me?”
“You are of the world of men.” Diana looks a little embarrassed. “But not a man.”

-- Diana and Etta go back to Themyscira.
I think there's a thing, sort of, where we are, all of us, Darcy Lewis. I think we are also all Etta Candy, and, you know, that's a pretty fantastic vicarious experience in this fic. There's a a fake relationship in this fic. There are rituals and festivities. A+ I mean, there's also some world building if you're into that kind of thing, but I am basically entirely *chinhands* about Etta and Diana dating and the tropes here. (There are kittens in this! There are, like, alien shenanigans. It is fantastic.)

Resource Sharing by [ profile] rsadelle
James Bond | Rating: NC-17 | 3,476 words | Q/Alec/James, Q/Alec, Q/James
Summary: Q experiences what it means when James says he and Alec share everything.
I remember this basically as filthy porn. Tags include d/s and double penetration.

World Ain't Ready by [ profile] idiopathicsmile
Les Miserables | Rating: PG-13 | 185,796 words | Enjorlas/Grantaire
Summary: Enjolras presses his lips together. He already looks pained, and Grantaire hasn't even opened his mouth yet. That's got to be a record, even for them.
"I need a favor," he says at last.
"With what?" says Grantaire. "Ooh, are you forming a cult? Can I join? I'd be awesome at cults, I just know it." He ticks off his qualifications on his fingers. "I love chanting, I look great in robes—"

(High school AU. Grantaire the disaffected stoner is pulled into a cause bigger than himself. Or: in which there are pretend boyfriends for great justice.)
Yeah. It's exactly what it sounds like. The really long high school fake dating AU with pining and miscommunication and all of the teenaged things, basically. Solid supporting cast business with other story lines.

Penetration Testing by [ profile] Toft
Person of Interest | Rating: NC-17 | 8,886 words | Harold/John
Summary: The CIA wants to know what Harold Wren is building for Nathan Ingram, so they set a honey trap. They bait it with John Reese.
God, this fic is basically what I love about John Reese as a character, and makes me want to write meta about kink, and here I definitely mean with reference to d/s. He's like the murder sub? And he just wants to be taken care of and loved and challenged?

The Real Thing by [ profile] sevenfists
Hockey RPF | Rating: NC-17 | 34,892 words | Evgeni/Sid
Sitting at the table was Sid: Sid as Zhenya had first known him, almost a decade before: dorky, long-haired Sid, his cheeks round with baby fat. He couldn’t have been older than twenty, and even that was generous.
“Wow,” baby Sid said. “Are you
Evgeni Malkin?”
I think the thing that got me with this fic - it's a pretty typical set-up and hockeyrpf loves themselves some age-regression - was the relationships that the present day Sid and Geno have with the time traveler. There's some tension, and a very real vulnerability that the younger Sid has because of his age that's I think really present in his relationship with Geno at this time and adds another layer to their interactions, as well as the interactions that Sid has with his younger self; I think it's a really interesting exploration of the sort of vulnerability of youth in this fic, and also power dynamics in relationships to some extent, and the dynamics of relationships in general and the tensions that exist in them, even when you are on even footing.

Under Yellow Moons by [ profile] skoosiepants
Teen Wolf | Rating: PG-13 | 17,127 words | Derek/Stiles
Summary: They stare at each other, half-grinning, and Derek knows it’s definitely the absolute wrong time for this, but he wants. He wants to grin at Stiles over dinner every day for the rest of his life, baffled over yams and Moon Pie Day, and, god, crap, goddamn, when the fuck did he have time to fall in love?
The life and times of Deputy Stiles and Supernatural Foster Dad Derek Hale
Some day I need to talk about how much I love skoosiepants, like, coding those italics just then made me so happy, and there's a kind of bandom style to her work, which is just fun - I've been enjoying this adult human Stilinski-Hale business she's been getting up to lately.

So that's my tabs cleared out, and, like step one in catch-up - I owe a few people some things I need to finish sorting.
kiki_eng: light purple lilacs with soft unfocused blue-purple background (lilacs)
*pfft* Was I ever in HP? I wrote about this for yesterday's post and I was super amused when I got [personal profile] readbystarlight's prompt comment thing that the whole thing in its entirety was basically her asking and answering her own questions in question format; I love you, starwire. So, yeah, just doing recs today. A playlist.

Here. )
kiki_eng: black and white, a man in a suit stands in an office building at night, his back to the viewer (Torchwood) (Ianto in an office)
Ways of Going Forward by [ profile] redbrickrose
Tennessee wants to say "Where have you been?" or maybe just "Fuck you." She takes a deep breath and says, "Sleeping. It's..." she glances at the clock, "3 am. And my birthday was ten days ago."
Tennessee Thomas/Charlotte Froom | Rating: PG | 5,800 words
This fic is raw edges and tentativeness and history. When Charlotte calls Tennessee in this fic it's awkward and terrible and the timing isn't perfect and both of them are still hurt, but it's a beginning. I love how broken they are in this - how much hurt there is, and how much pining. I love how they don't really let go of each other and how, having all of this history together, they start up again, and how that beginning has an echo in their past; it's really lovely. There's this thing where things aren't really resolved in this, their relationship isn't definitively settled, but they've taken some first steps together. It's hopeful.

The Journey of a Thousand Miles by [ profile] igrockspock
Summary: After the end of the war, Luna makes two surprising discoveries: her father attempted to give Harry to Lord Voldemort, and Severus Snape is alive.
Luna Lovegood & Xenophilius Lovegood, Luna Lovegood & Severus Snape | Rating: PG-13 | 7,069 words
Harry Potter
It's a post-war fic about the aftermath of the war and Luna dealing with the revelation that her father is not the man she thought he was, that his principles are not what she thought they were. It's about Luna making her way back to her father after that realisation and her and Snape figuring out the business of living, after the war. It's about letting people in when you've been hurt, and Snape and Luna helping each other.

Time is but the Stream by [ profile] chaosmanor
"I've been feeling like I've been swimming in two different time streams at once, ever since this started," Patrick said. "The 'now.' And the 'then.' Like being in two places at once. And I think I know why."
Andy Hurley/Patrick Stump | Rating: NC-17 | 27,846 words
I love this story to pieces. There's this line that Patrick says in this - "I fell in love with a philosopher who would read Thoreau to me, and we'd talk about living beside a lake in the silence. I wound up choosing the band over them, which was really sad, but I think of them sometimes, and wish them all the best." and he's talking about Andy, and he says it on-air, just this matter of fact thing that is part of the narrative of his life for him; this fic destroys me in so many different ways. Patrick and Andy fell in love and then changed their relationship - broke up, so at the present that this story begins in they're friends and bandmates. (I love ex-lovers being friends and being able to move forward together.) Right at the beginning of this story there's this tiny comment that Andy makes, and him making it has nothing to do with his past with Patrick, but it takes Patrick back there and, yeah, hits him right in the face, and the story unfolds from there. There are two time-streams weaving back and forth in this and the end brings them into harmony, brings them into harmony. It's utterly lovely.

Buyer's Remorse by [ profile] SilviaKundera
Summary: When Eduardo Saverin has a sudden vacancy for a best friend, no one on earth expects Sean Parker to fill it -- least of all Sean himself.
In which Sean Parker accidentally grows up, stumbles into a priorities readjustment, and helps Eduardo kick True Love's ass like a boss.
Eduardo Saverin/Mark Zuckerberg, Sean Parker & Eduardo Saverin | Rating: PG-13 | 18,674 words
The Social Network
The Social Network is the story of the birth of a website and the death of a relationship and the fandom is a lot of people trying to fix that relationship. There is a lot of fic about reconciliation in this fandom. As the character who sets the wheels in motion in the film, Sean Parker is not the typical focus of a reconciliation fic, but he is in this one. Sean Parker makes an overture of friendship toward Eduardo Saverin and things spin out differently from that. Sean, in his way, puts a lot of effort into his relationships in this and in trying to help his friends reconcile. Sean. So there's Eduardo's relationship with Sean, which is fascinating and hilarious, and then Eduardo and Mark's reconciliation, which is a long road, partially because they don't realise it's possible for a long time. The fic is ridiculous, funny, and interesting.

The Dark Ocean Bottom. by [ profile] Pennyplainknits
Summary: Stressed and ansty after the end of the tour, Brendon escapes to London, and finds more than he bargains for.
Ryan leans his elbow on the table, puts his chin in his hand. "So, why are you here?"
"I," Brendon pauses... "I just couldn't be there. I needed to be somewhere else."
"Yeah," Ryan finally takes a sip of his tea. "Yeah, I know how that feels."

Brendon Urie/Ryan Ross | Rating: NC-17 | 24,054 words
It's post-split fic, with that delicate between them, and they end up alone in a strange place and find each other. It's really great. There's this thing where, rebuilding their relationship after Ryan has left the band, they build something new. There's a chunk of typos in this, but the tone of the piece is great, and there's this wonderful OT3 element in it, and a really satisfying coming home bit, with pieces slotting together.

(This post is for [community profile] snowflake_challenge. Details about the fourteenth day are here.)


Jul. 4th, 2011 03:38 pm
kiki_eng: light purple lilacs with soft unfocused blue-purple background (lilacs)
I'm not really a big fan of Ginny. I think that has a lot to do with how many characters there are in the Harry Potter books; it was easy to get distracted by all of these other people, reading them, and by the time the seventh book came out I was focusing a lot more on characters outside of the trio and their main circle. (I missed an entire plot line in one of the books doing this, I think.) There were a lot of characters in the books to relate to; it was really easy to ignore certain characters. I haven't done a reread, so I can't really comment on her characterisation, but a lot of what stuck out for me were all of those incidences focusing on her relationships with men. I feel that a lot of Ginny was her romantic arc, and I didn't relate to any of it; I wasn't interested in any of it. Looking for art of Ginny I found that a lot of it has her being this almost pin-up caricature or a child, which are, kind of interesting depictions when that becomes a major trend. Writing these art recs I found myself using the word "natural" a lot, or synonyms of it; I think that I might have been looking for pieces wherein she looked like a person when I was narrowing things down for this. So, indeed: Ginny.

Ginny & Teddy (& Arnold) by [ profile] koonelliphant
This portrait is gloriously pink and saccharine. It's very calm and sweet. I have a lot of love for the way Teddy is drawn in this, a toddler wide-eyed with wonder at a goggly-eyed puffskein, holding onto a bit of Ginny's hair absently. I love the hair in this, that Teddy's is pink and how realistic and simple Ginny's is. I love the loose braid, all of the loose bits not caught up in it and the simpleness of her fasteners; I love how casual it is and how much it goes with what she's wearing and the mood of the piece. I love her clothing. I love the details that make it Weasley-wear, the stitches on her shirt, the texture of the sweater-vest, and those two bright red buttons. I love how relaxed and happy she seems.

Redhead by alicexz
This is a really neat sketch of how Ginny might look in her twenties. I love how neutral her expression is, how very much this is a realistic portrait and how stripped down it is, how much its focus her eyes are. There's nothing really remarkable about what she's wearing or her hair, so you've really just got this neutral face observing; it's kind of excellent. That said, I really do like both her hair and her clothes in this, how tousled her hair is and the colour variations within it along with the lines that make up her black shirt. I am reasonably fascinated by those lines.

Ginny Weasley by Ninidu
I like this picture of Ginny in casual athletic wear with a snitch for the strange and natural contortion of limbs it contains. Ginny's tying her shoelaces interestingly, and it's one of those things that I can look at and go, "Of course. This makes perfect sense, to her."; it's one of those positions that feels logical and natural but looks anything but, that makes a lot of sense in the athlete that Ginny is. I like her knees and elbows in this, that depiction scraggly bits, if you will. I also like the contrast between her and the background, which is kind of whimsical and silly in a very low key way where Ginny is doing a very good job of just being.

Luna, Ginny, Hermione by TomScribble
The sketchiness of this, particularly of Luna, reminds me a bit of Quentin Blake's style; it's fun. I like how very much they appear students in this, how casual all of them are in their dress and manner, how much a feeling there is that this is very much a scene that one could have run into, rounding a corner in Hogwarts. It's pretty awesome for that. I like Ginny's big comfy sweater, Luna's shoes and socks, and Hermione's many books. I really like their postures and how out to sea Luna is. The background is nicely detailed and interesting, too, which is nice to see; it's effective.
kiki_eng: actress, Billie Piper, wearing red glasses and laughing with her face scrunched up (Billie Piper is happy laughing joyful)
I apparently have this thing where I think that Harry Potter original characters are piles of fun. I like the kind of sprawling nature of that fandom, I think, how much love people have for the 'verse and their desire to fill in all the bits, sometimes with themselves. So, art recs (Again! More! Forever! ...probably not.):

Durmstrang student by Ninidu
I really like the colours in this and the utter casualness of her pose. I have very vague memories of the Durmstrang students that go something like "We are from the north. We are very... northern. Arr. I seem to have broken your razor; so terribly sorry." so I'm quite taken by how lovely this girl is and am simultaneously sure that she could destroy all her enemies. I like her. I like how practical and comfortable her uniform is and how much she seems at ease in it and in general; I like how much herself she seems.

The Gryffindor Girls by aprikose-fanart
This piece is a lot of fun and comes off something like a mix between glamour and candid photos, like this is what happened when someone wandered around the common-room with a muggle camera and later they just pasted it all together. I love all of the touches that place this in the 70s-- the hair and the ever so fantastic school jackets. I am also quite fond of the scarf and the wallpaper background. (I have yet to run into background wallpaper that I didn't like, or, for that matter, a long scarf.) I like the details (the blonde's flowers, the nail-polish) and the expressions; they're kind of wonderful.

Harry Potter: OC Olivia Greys by WackelP
I think that Olivia just might be my favorite; she rolls her eyes at your shenanigans, hard. Her expression pretty much endears her endlessly to me. I also really like her freckles and her nose and her face and her hair and that little clip in it. (Accessories are key, I tell you.) I like all of those little variations within a uniform, that Olivia pins her hair out of her face and wears tights instead of knee-highs or some-such. I love that her Hogwarts sweater is frumpy (It brings me a kind of ridiculous amount of joy.) from being too long and that her skirt follows from not being neatly pressed. I think she squirrels away in forgotten corners of the castle and reads in interesting positions.

nerds by joodlez
Okay, so this is blatant self-insert art and it is fantastic and adorable. It's "We are witches, and we have awesome hats. Also: I am witty and delightful." The hats are indeed awesome and I love the scene, how very clearly this is a meeting of fangirls. It's familiar, everyone just happening to have glasses and the hilarity and recording of things. I really like the background, how there's a comfortable yellow centred on them and the painted-on quality of the letters. It's a wonderful celebration of geekery.


Feb. 7th, 2011 02:51 pm
kiki_eng: Breakfast at Tiffany's - Holly Golightly - Audrey Hepburn (woman in evening wear & sunglasses stands before shop window) (breakfast at tiffany's)
I'm always fascinated by fanart of Tonks - visual representation of a character who doesn't have a set physical form.

Tonks by [ profile] _odella_
There are so many things about this piece that I like from a technical perspective; it's incredibly well-executed. It's a snapshot-type piece and it captures that moment perfectly - Tonks being stealthy.

Tonks is badarse by aprikose-fanart
I love the really obvious kind of layering happening here with the background and the foreground. There's a grittiness to this piece that's a lot of fun. I love the contrast between that and how put together Tonks looks.

Tonks by LunaLouise
It's this really fantastic portrait of Tonks in her work clothes - there's a kind of steampunky and historical anachronism society feeling to them. I love the richness of the colours and the maturity that Tonks projects in this.

Nymphadora Tonks by napalmnacey
Tonks as a punk - she's incredibly pixie-like in this and the clothing detailing is really well done. There's a homemade band shirt, all kinds of layering, a studded collar, and a magnificent canvas bag.
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Theft of Assets, Destruction of Property by [ profile] helenish
Harry Potter
Rating: NC-17
It’s this glorious Draco/Neville romance that reads like a really awesome romance novel; Malfoy is horribly abused by his mustache-twirling type father, is disgraced and marries to escape the abuse, and then proceeds to spend a lot of time baking and being insecure. It’s lovely, and there are all of these descriptions of food scattered throughout the piece, which makes me happy. I love how genuinely awkward people are in this when reacting to awkward situations; it scans as authentic. It’s this wonderful slow romance.

United States of Hysteria by [ profile] trinityofone
Stargate: Atlantis
Rating: PG
I love this story; it’s one of my favorites. It’s not a fandom must-read, and was written years ago as a birthday present with a little TBC as the recipient wishes tagged on at the end. It’s the beginning of a story that, as far as I know, has never been finished. It’s wry and funny and sweet, though, and the alternate universe in this is kind of fascinating and wonderful, though a little dark. It’s a Rodney-centric fic and there are a couple really nice scenes of Miller home life in it. Teyla is also a prominent character in this and she is very much herself. It’s lovely.

In Writing by [personal profile] astolat
American Idol RPF
Rating: NC-17
This fic falls under the “strange contractual obligations” section of the post title. It’s this fantastic little piece of crack wherein Kris is contractually obliged to sleep in Adam’s bed. Kris is kind of gloriously sullen about the whole thing; it’s adorable and also kind of hilarious.
kiki_eng: Totoro holds purple umbrella and sits with child on hill, apparently observing clouds.  Cursive text: "perfect" (perfect)
For the final day of [personal profile] readbystarlight there are Harry Potter recs. For some curious reason, since I’m fairly certain it’s representative of neither of our shipping tendencies in this particular ‘verse, they are all Harry/Draco fics.

Black Coffee on a Lonely Night by [personal profile] femme
Rating: NC-17
It’s a Draco-centric AU set against the world of cricket and British politics. I’m always delighted to see where people get slotted and who they are in a different universe, but it’s often not something that gets seen as much in a love story; that’s not the case here, though. There are all sorts of wonderful, colourful people crawling all over the place, some Rowling’s and some not, without any of it seeming out of place. There’s sex, grief, and also a coffee shop*.

Don't Let's Stop or The Case of the Dead Philandering Politician (A Draco Malfoy Mystery) by [ profile] i_l0ve_my_az
Rating: PG-13
Malfoy’s a Forensic Analyst with the Department of Magical Law Enforcement and Potter’s an Auror in one of its subdivisions; they fight crime. There’s this lovely injection of science into the magical world that makes me quite happy and a number of elements of our criminal system that lend depth to the world depicted here. There’s all sorts of wonderful texturing and I love all of the relationships that are sketched out in this.

On a Clear Day by [ profile] saras_girl
Rating: NC-17
It’s set after the main body of Deathly Hallows and addresses some of the personal fallout that Draco and Harry experience in the aftermath of the war. Draco visits Harry, who is a shut-in, in order to harass him into a public appearance and there’s sniping and emotional vulnerability; it’s fantastic. I’m really fond of the Draco characterisation in this and there are a couple really awesome secondary characters.

*[personal profile] readbystarlight and I had a conversation ages ago, about elements that consistently draw us to stories, one of [personal profile] readbystarlight’s being the character Michael Welch plays on Stargate SG-1, and then when it came up again after neither of us could remember what mine had been. Coffee shops. Or anything with a sufficient focus on books, food, tea, or coffee, in a non-sexual context. [I have a Generation Kill AU bookmarked because of this. (I don’t know what Generation Kill is about.)]
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I am indeed a little late, however, I bring a few recs.

The Familiar by [ profile] resonant8
Rating: NC-17
I am ever-fascinated by grown up Harry, and his relationships with people. There's a familiar basis in this that's spun out, sparse and wonderful, into something quite different; there's a potion's accident.

Photographs by [ profile] reallycorking
Rating: G
Art. Teddy Lupin has brought photos to Hogwarts. I love the colouring in this, and the homeliness it helps to invoke along with the sketchy lines.

A Boy Thing by [ profile] lls_mutant
Rating: R
This is funny and wonderful. James' problems give me a great satisfaction; gender role reversals are most excellent. There's scheming and bantering and romance novels in this; it's all very much in keeping with The Marauders.

In Exchange For Your Tomorrows by [ profile] lim
This is my "all that vids can be" rec. It's completely fascinating, and gorgeous.
(Song: House of the Rising Sun by Eric Burdon)

This concludes the week of [ profile] readbystarlight. I hope you have enjoyed it, dear.


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