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In the wake of last week's bruising hearing on Capitol Hill about the safety of the Chevrolet Volt, which itself followed an investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that concluded plug-in vehicles do not "pose a greater risk of fire than gasoline-powered vehicles," former General Motors vice chairman Bob Lutz has written a column for Forbes that strikes back against the media (especially conservatives) who are attacking the car he thought would be one of his most important legacies.

Politicians and members of the media on the right, from Mitt Romney to Neil Cavuto, have talked smack about the Volt, and Lutz says this "has attracted my attention and ire." In typical Lutz fashion, he doesn't mince words, writing:

The Oscar for totally irresponsible journalism has to go to The O'Reilly Factor on Fox News, with, as its key guest, Lou Dobbs. Amid much jocular yukking, the Volt was depicted as a typical federal failure. ... Boiled down to the subtext, Dobbs' message was this: "All Volts catch fire, and therefore all Volts have been recalled." That simply isn't the case. ...

To top it off, these two media pros lamented the fact that the same government that had forced GM to produce the Volt was now extending $7,500 tax credits towards its purchase, thus squandering even more of "our taxpayer" dollars on this failed Socialist-collectivist flop. Truth? The $7,500 tax credit was enacted under the Bush administration!

Don't let Lutz's words make you think he's taking a left/liberal stance. He's still a self-declared "conservative Republican" who hates that right-wing talking heads are spiraling downward into this sort of "deliberate misstatement of facts." They "have managed to make me embarrassed to describe myself as a conservative," he writes, adding, "Let's leave the 'invention of facts' to the left-wing climate-change alarmists." There, that should offend pretty much everyone who's not in the dead political center.


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      JeremyD
      • 3 Years Ago
      After watching "revenge of the electric car" my opinion towards Bob Lutz changed for the better. He really is a very logically minded, and even humorous guy, if a tad bit old school. If Bob ran as a conservative, he would get my vote over the clowns we currently have to chose from.
        Dan Frederiksen
        • 3 Years Ago
        @JeremyD
        if all on the right are clowns perhaps you should draw some conclusions from that.. although Ron Paul clearly stands out but as good as many of his views are he's still deranged in some areas or he wouldn't be republican. if he would give up his ignorant paranoia and embrace socialism he would blow Obama away. Obama is a closet republican with all the evil that entails. ahh what a world
          EZEE
          • 3 Years Ago
          @Dan Frederiksen
          Libertairians are far, far more small government than republicans. Republicans just grow government slightly slower than democrats. More likely Bush would support socialism than Paul.
      harlanx6
      • 3 Years Ago
      Sorry, Bob, We all will in the future gleefully support working taxpayers subsidizing an overpriced green statement car for the wealthy.
        Noz
        • 3 Years Ago
        @harlanx6
        HARLAN...another misinformed fear-mongering fool...
        Spec
        • 3 Years Ago
        @harlanx6
        Other tax payers are not subsidizing anything. We just allow hardcore patriots that are helping us get off foreign oil keep more of their own earnings.
          lne937s
          • 3 Years Ago
          @Spec
          Ryan, GM actually doesn't pay corporate income taxes. Although bankruptcy let them cancel out their debts, they were able to carry forward losses for tax purposes. That essentially cancels out any tax liability they are likely to have in the US for at least the next decade. Ford also accumulated some losses in past years that cancel out current taxes, but the losses were not as great and they were not able to cancel out their debts through bankruptcy. However, GM employees pay taxes and GM pays payroll taxes on its employees. It is actually better for the tax system with transplants, who not only pay taxes on their employees, but also pay corporate income taxes on current revenues in the US because they did not accumulate losses in past years.
          JeremyD
          • 3 Years Ago
          @Spec
          @Spec Letting folks keep their earnings is effectively the same thing as subsidizing. Im all for it, but its no different on the books. Still a non-issue considering the points mentioned, it gets paid back and then some.
          Spec
          • 3 Years Ago
          @Spec
          @Ryan And all the electricity that you will use in that Volt will be 100% domestic such that you are reducing the trade deficit and creating local natural gas drilling, coal-mining, solar panel installing, wind turbine building, and nuclear power plant running jobs.
          JeremyD
          • 3 Years Ago
          @Spec
          Yup... capital gains, biggest bullshit tax break ever. Perfect for those who exempt themselves from insider trading.
          JeremyD
          • 3 Years Ago
          @Spec
          Meant to say "perfect for those who exempt themselves from Insider training laws."
          Ryan
          • 3 Years Ago
          @Spec
          Exactly. I pay around $12,500 in Federal taxes a year. If one year I get to pay $5,000 because I bought a car (and GM pays taxes, their employees pay taxes, stockholders pay taxes when they sell if GM does good) it should work out. The government gets to spend less on wars to secure oil, health problems due to pollution, and lost money to foreign countries that are doing really well off our oil addiction.
          JeremyD
          • 3 Years Ago
          @Spec
          Ryan, dont forget sales taxes are still paid on the full price, plus higher plate taxes every year, etc... the 7500 is really a non-issue... people need to stop bitching about it and focus on areas where us tax payers are REALLY getting ripped off, at the pump.
          Spec
          • 3 Years Ago
          @Spec
          @JeremyD OK, if you want to look at it that way then, I guess most of us middle class Americans are subsidizing multi-millionaire Mitt Romney since he only pays a 13.9% tax-rate. What a country!
      • 3 Years Ago
      tax credits for a car that is an undersized go cart based on the chevy cruze. $40k to drive around with your nose in the air, not realizing that you are driving a pariah that even GM's own dealers don't want...look it up. 30k for my audi diesel and as a bonus, i don't have to worry about it catching on fire. another failure of the rush to adopt the green agenda
      PR
      • 3 Years Ago
      Here is the Forbes article text (just in case the link goes away someday) The recent media coverage of so-called “Chevrolet Volt fires,” especially by the conservative talk shows and Fox News, has attracted my attention and ire. Let’s set out the facts (and feel free to check them yourself): 1) Not one Chevrolet Volt has ever caught fire in normal use or in accidents. Not a single one. 2) The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, even after the highly artificial crash test (placing the car on its back, even though it did not roll over in the test) nevertheless awarded the Volt NHTSA’s highest crash-safety rating: 5 stars. Volt is supremely safe. 3) The crashed Volt, its battery shorted by coolant from the period unjustifiably spent “feet up,” caught fire three weeks after said test. (I submit that this would provide adequate time for surviving passengers to exit the vehicle.) 4) On average, 278,000 cars with gasoline engines caught fire in the U.S. each year between 2003 and 2007, according to the National Fire Protection Association. 5) No factory-produced electric vehicle has ever caught fire, to the best of my knowledge. 6) The Volt, the most technologically advanced car on the planet, was conceived by me and my team well before any federal bailout of GM. These are the bedrock facts. Now, how did the U.S. right-wing media choose to report this admittedly headline-tempting news? A nationally syndicated editorial three-panel cartoon stated (I believe I remember the sequence): “Thomas Edison discovered electricity;” then, “Alexander Graham Bell discovered the telephone;” and, in the third panel, “But it took the US Government to discover fire!” (accompanied by a drawing of a burning Chevy Volt). Meanwhile, my fellow cigar-aficionado and erstwhile friend Rush Limbaugh launched the usual outraged, breathless tirades, denouncing the Volt as a typical failed President Obama initiative, on a par, grosso modo, with the dreaded Obama Care. The screen regularly depicted an exploding Chevrolet Volt. But the Oscar for totally irresponsible journalism has to go to The O’Reilly Factor on Fox News, with, as its key guest, Lou Dobbs. Amid much jocular yukking, the Volt was depicted as a typical federal failure. In attempting to explain why Chevy has sold fewer than 8,000 Volts, Dobbs states, flatly, “It doesn’t work.” He elaborates, “It doesn’t go fast and go far on electricity. What happens is it catches fire,” adding that Chevy has recalled some 8,000 Volts. Bill O’Reilly, nodding approvingly, helpfully interjects: “So they’ve recalled cars that haven’t been sold.” Boiled down to the subtext, Dobbs’ message was this: “All Volts catch fire, and therefore all Volts have been recalled.” That simply isn’t the case. (continued)
        PR
        • 3 Years Ago
        @PR
        Much air time was spent on the $50 billion-plus bailout, which, the audience was left to assume, “funded” the Volt, doubtlessly at the whim of Obama’s known army of evil enviro-Nazis, intent on forcing vehicle electrification on a good-ole’-boy, V8-lovin’ populace. To top it off, these two media pros lamented the fact that the same government that had forced GM to produce the Volt was now extending $7,500 tax credits towards its purchase, thus squandering even more of “our taxpayer” dollars on this failed Socialist-collectivist flop. Truth? The $7,500 tax credit was enacted under the Bush administration! But who the hell cares about facts when you’re in O’Reilly’s self-described “No Spin Zone?” (The fine print might as well read, “We said ‘no spin,’ not ‘no deliberate misstatement of facts.’ ”) What on Earth is wrong with the conservative media movement that it feels it’s OK to spread false information, OK to damage the reputation of perhaps the finest piece of mechanical technology our country has produced since the space shuttle, OK to hurt an iconic American company that is roaring back to global pre-eminence, OK to hurt American employment in Hamtramck, Mich., as long as it damages the Obama administration’s reputation? While as a conservative Republican I may well share the goal, I deplore the means employed to attain it. The conservative cause damages itself, destroys its credibility through the expedient spreading of untruths. The public will figure it out. The right-wing “talking heads”, O’Reilly and Limbaugh at the forefront, have managed to make me embarrassed to describe myself as a conservative. Come on, you guys. Shape up! There’s plenty of legitimate fodder out there. Let’s leave the “invention of facts” to the left-wing climate-change alarmists. OK. Now begins my only comment: Way to factually and intellectually defeat these falsehoods, Bob!
          Spec
          • 3 Years Ago
          @PR
          So he knows they are spewing falsehoods in this one area that he has expertise in. It is too bad he is too slow to figure out that they are also spewing falsehoods in other areas such as a climate change.
      • 3 Years Ago
      I did a double take when I read "The conservative cause damages itself, destroys its credibility through the expedient spreading of untruths. The public will figure it out." That coudl be straight out of Maddow or Olbermann. I agree with the other commenters that Republicans tend to see through the conservative media propoganda machine that lives on 'truthiness' when the talking points overlap in there areas of expertise. Here Bob Lutz can see through the BS attacking EVs and tax credits introduced by Republicans and Bush. Go look around Bob, it's not the only area "conservatives are spreading untruths." It's everywhere! A military expert may take offense to claims Obama is cutting the military when he's increased its budget every year. claim Obama is the foodstamp president (Bush put more on foodstamps), that he's grown the government (the government has shed 280,000 jobs during his term), that he 'apologizes for America' (never has done this on record)...you can go on and on. Anyway the point is why did Republicans initially support the GM bailout (Bush gave GM its first loan, and set up the program that gave Ford its five billion loan(), the EV tax credits, and the DOE energy loan program? Well because before there was an Obama the Republicans used to do policy that made sense for the country, not just oppose everything Obama is for. We have terrible short term memory as a country. It was all in 2007 when oil went over $140 a barrel. At which point it makes sense that we need to figure out a way to start moving ourselves off of foreign oil. So policy makers did what makes actual sense and put in incentives and programs to stimulate prodcution of EVs and demand for them. It was good policy. I feel bad for Bob Lutz whom I read created teh Volt and is now being broguth down by his conservative "friends" that would rather attack something that people perceive is Obama's car (he had nothing to do with it) than support a great piece of American technology, made in America, and that is like the first PC back in the early 80s: the first example of what is going to be transformative technology, that as long as we dont shoot ourselves in teh foot we'll lead in this century.
        DrSandman
        • 3 Years Ago
        short answer: Bush was not a conservative. He was a left-of-center Republican. Don't confuse a constitutional Conservative with someone in the same mold of the Rockefeller Republicans. Conservatives did not support bailouts, TARP, HAMP, etc...
          gpmp
          • 3 Years Ago
          @DrSandman
          re: left of center Bush Therein lies the hypocrisy of the conservative talking heads. If they don't like the e-tax credits now, why were they acceptable then? Where were they on the massive expansion of federal power and budget?. Can you imagine if Obama had proposed No Child Left Behind or the Patriot Act? If they didn't take issue with Bush's left 'leaning policies' then (as vociferously as they are opposed now), maybe it's because they're really all about party politics, little else. That's why they get called Faux News
      Tina
      • 3 Years Ago
      I paid $32k for my fully loaded Volt. It's my first American car, and also the best car I have owned in 30 years. My electric bill increased $330/year, my gasoline bill decreased by $2000/year ($1700/year savings). With over 12,000 city/highway miles (including some cross country trips), I have not had a single problem. I love the sporty acceleration and handling, the library quiet cabin, the gorgeous twin LCD instrument panels, the comfy leather seats. It takes me 6 seconds to plugin. No standing in the rain, cold, snow. By the time dinner is done and I catch a TV show, the car is fully charged. Easy. In the morning, I remote heat the car from my iPhone.
      Dave D
      • 3 Years Ago
      See Bob, it's all fun until someone pokes an eye out....then you find out your little games weren't so fun after all. Maybe other execs in the auto industry should consider what games they play now.
      EV Jack
      • 3 Years Ago
      Here is one we don't like to talk about on here, but you have to admit that a large part of the extreme right is conservative because they are either low IQ, ignorant or both. The sad part is that Fox News panders to this crowd and gives a message with positive feedback to further this view to the base in a vicious cycle. And anyone, regardless of intelligence, starts to believe something if they here it enough so others with even a slight social view start to hear this and become part of the problem as well. "According to Dr. Hodson's findings there is a significant correlation between prejudice, low intelligence and conservative ideology." http://my.auburnjournal.com/detail/198971.html
        carney373
        • 3 Years Ago
        @EV Jack
        Leftists are doctrinaire IQ egalitarians except when it's time to execute a murder or snicker at the rednecks. Of course they'd explode in outrage at FAR better established IQ gaps among a different sort of demographic distinction. And never mind carefully explaining that just because group A has a higher IQ on average than group B that doesn't mean everyone in group A is smarter than everyone in group B, they will engage in hysterical name calling, fact rejection, and irrelevant anecdotes about knowing a smart B and a dumb A.
        DaveMart
        • 3 Years Ago
        @EV Jack
        There is a story about a one-sawmill town where the daughter of the owner asked her Dad why he did not provide educational opportunities for the town. He said: 'Honey, I've got an investment in ignorance!'
        EZEE
        • 3 Years Ago
        @EV Jack
        @EV the study was done through poles. Poles are now science? Does this also then apply then to the Bell Curve study, by Herrnstein and Murray, where outcome was tied to IQ (and we know the rich larger vote right wing), and that under the same study, that some races scored higher than other races? The sad part is, MSNBC and other networks panders to the left, and gives a message of positive feedback, to further this view to the base in a vicious cycle. And anyone on the left, regardless of intelligence, starts to believe something if they hear it enough so others with even a slight social view start to hear this and become part of the problem as well. "It seems highly likely to us that both genes and the environment have something to do with racial differences." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bell_Curve Oddly, those who feel the most comfortable railing against stereotypes and various forms of bigotry, seem oblivious to situations where they do it themselves. But go back to Ed Schultz...he will make you feel better. They will tell you why it is intelligent to spend more money and go further into debt, when the Europe is collapsing under debt. They right wingers just aren't bright enough to understand...
          DaveMart
          • 3 Years Ago
          @EZEE
          Through Poles? I thought it was Ukrainians.
          lne937s
          • 3 Years Ago
          @EZEE
          I don't know where you made up "poles" from, but that is a massive mischaracterization and not how the study was done at all: "Earlier studies have found links between low levels of education and higher levels of prejudice, Hodson said, so studying intelligence seemed a logical next step. The researchers turned to two studies of citizens in the United Kingdom, one that has followed babies since their births in March 1958, and another that did the same for babies born in April 1970. The children in the studies had their intelligence assessed at age 10 or 11; as adults ages 30 or 33, their levels of social conservatism and racism were measured. In the first study, verbal and nonverbal intelligence was measured using tests that asked people to find similarities and differences between words, shapes and symbols. The second study measured cognitive abilities in four ways, including number recall, shape-drawing tasks, defining words and identifying patterns and similarities among words. Average IQ is set at 100. Social conservatives were defined as people who agreed with a laundry list of statements such as "Family life suffers if mum is working full-time," and "Schools should teach children to obey authority." Attitudes toward other races were captured by measuring agreement with statements such as "I wouldn't mind working with people from other races." (These questions measured overt prejudiced attitudes, but most people, no matter how egalitarian, do hold unconscious racial biases; Hodson's work can't speak to this "underground" racism.) As suspected, low intelligence in childhood corresponded with racism in adulthood. But the factor that explained the relationship between these two variables was political: When researchers included social conservatism in the analysis, those ideologies accounted for much of the link between brains and bias." http://www.livescience.com/18132-intelligence-social-conservatism-racism.html They actually tested and measured intelligence. And they actually measured socially conservative values and racial prejudices (not relyng on self-identified conservatives). The racism questions were generic, not based on one race. It is not specific to the Republican party. And it is possible that the African Americans that typically vote Democratic but voted for Proposition 8 to eliminate same-sex marriage in California would also be classified as socially conservative in the study (even if they do not self-identify as such).
          Dave D
          • 3 Years Ago
          @EZEE
          I'm sorry EZEE, but I have to side with lne937s on this one. It was clearly not polling and seems like a genuine attempt to understand and measure the situation rather then paint any single group and argue that EVERY individual in that group was unintelligent. I tend to agree that the African Americans who voted for Prop 8 would identify as "socially conservative" in this study. They may vote Democratic because of some real or perceived self interest, but in every other way, they would probably "test out" as conservative. I was stunned to see the black community ban together to suppress another minority group after what they've been through. But I guess people are people and even if we lived through something ourselves, we're not above doing it to others. I know their religious beliefs were a large part of this, but in this country I've watched Catholics ignore the Pope on stupid issues like birth control. I was hoping we could see the same here.
      Boyd
      • 3 Years Ago
      I am like Bob. I am a conservative republican, but lately have been greatly embarrassed by multiple republicans being so ignorant of Electric Vehicles! I own a Volt, and I am very proud of it!
      goodoldgorr
      • 3 Years Ago
      Then the best is to let customers decide if it's a great car. To date every customers seam to be happy with their purchase. It's the shopping side of this website that do the best talking even if we cannot order directly here but all the information for shopping soundly are here in the articles and the blogs to do so. Thereafter it's just a matter of getting to the retail outlet. Here we find information about all compagnies proposing green apparetus. If you go to a regular shopping website you will find partial information about just one product and it will take more time to figure out anything. Also it's more difficult to negociate if there is just one product for sale at a fixed price. Here at least you can prepare yourself in advance without pressure and reach car engineers and marketers and you can take advises and also you can write advises to your green apparetus vendors and that is 100% free of charge. The best customers is the ones ordering in advance the latest and greatest technology at your fixed price then the vendors ajust himself to these valuable inputs. Some few bloggers here try to discourage you to be responsable toward what you buy. Only one blogger said to me that this is not a shopping website. I have my one stop shopping website and it is full of valuable informations.
      Herman Blackman
      • 3 Years Ago
      GM is expanding operations in China as we speak . Union Thug phonies . The tax payer wants their 25 billion back. John Ransom of Town Hall writes. "General Motors reached another Obama milestone when they announced late on a Friday afternoon that they were suspending production of the Obama-inspired Chevy Volt for five weeks due to lack of demand. Presumably the Volt was an attempt by GM to help Obama with his pledge to put 1 million electric cars on the road in return for the tens of billions of dollars in forgivable “loans” that the company got from the Obama administration from the TARP bailout. The hybrid gas-electric vehicle gets 25 miles on a full, overnight charge and costs around $40,000. To date, GM has sold around 10,000 vehicles. To put it in perspective, the Chevy Corvette has a sticker price of $49,600. If the Volt’s not in the federal witness protection program, it ought to be. “Sales also took a hit last fall when the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration opened a probe into why two Volts burst into flames days or weeks after severe NHTSA crash testing,” reports USA Today. Leaks from the cooling system were caused by shortages in the electrical system that prompted the fires. But the discovery came only after weeks of bad press for GM. Eventually the car company offered to buy back every single Volt for any consumer who was unhappy. "
      Smith Jim
      • 3 Years Ago
      I've been a fan of the Chevrolet Volt for a long time up until I read that last line by Bob Lutz regarding climate change denial. I hope the Volt fails miserably.
        Rayvan
        • 3 Years Ago
        @Smith Jim
        Google "Hide the decline," then get back to us...
          jeffwishart
          • 3 Years Ago
          @Rayvan
          @Spec That quote is even less damning then you think. The "hide the decline" comment is not evidence of some conspiracy. Jones was discussing the well-known and well-publicized observation that the tree-ring proxy for temperature increase, one line of evidence among a myriad of others, had lower tree-ring density at high altitudes in some locations since 1960. Nobody is trying to hide anything, and this issue has been discussed at length in the scientific literature. Like the rest of the "evidence" of controversy or conspiracy in the stolen emails, certain emails were taken out of context and with no regard for accuracy and fact, exhibited as "proof" that anthropogenic global climate change is fantasy. So don't apologize for the scientists as "overly-enthusiastic" or for wrong behavior, at least when it comes to the scientific issues.
          Spec
          • 3 Years Ago
          @Rayvan
          This is typical of denialist thinking. You find one little thing that one guy did somewhere and you use to to "prove" your pre-conceived view of the truth. This is exactly like thinking evolution is not true because the Piltdown man was a hoax. With all those disclosed email messages, where was the gigantic George Soros funded conspiracy? It did not exist. Just a couple overly-enthusiastic people that stretched some facts to cover an ambiguity. That behavior was wrong and obviously caused far more harm than just leaving the ambiguity in there. But that behavior was nothing in view of the mountain of hard evidence. There have been 6 independent reviews of the email messages and all 6 reviews found no conspiracy that you think still exists.
        solas
        • 3 Years Ago
        @Smith Jim
        These comments just about sum up people, in general - Bob cannot make a decent statement defending the Volt, and let it be. He had to take one last poke/jab at the mysterious "Let's leave the 'invention of facts' to the left-wing climate-change alarmists", whoever they are. *That* is the offensive aspect of his parting shot, whether or not your believe in climate change (and, I won't even go there, because: it is completely irrelevant: cars of the future MUST change, so Republicans, and Democrats, should be 100% behind this) - Jim cannot leave it be, and must take a parting shot at the *Volt*, instead of @ Bob (the latter of which is justified concerning this comment) - Rayvan thinks Googling the internet MUST show the truth (LOL LOL). Now that is funny. - methos1999 highlights Jim's ill-placed ill-will ... and follows suit exactly by wishing a lousy week on his ENTIRE town.
        SVX pearlie
        • 3 Years Ago
        @Smith Jim
        "I hope the Volt fails miserably." Spoken like yet another anti-Volt retard. Any other country would be backing the Volt 100%, based on the jobs it creates in the USA, based on product designed and developed in the USA that leapfrogs the Jap competition. From a factual standpoint, there are no actual real-world flaws demonstrated, so any attack on the product is premature and politically-motivated. As for global warming, nobody doubts that it occurs, but reasonable people can argue the extent to which it is directly *caused* by human activity. A lot of Left-leaning retards like Gore confuse correlation with causation. Fact is, the most recent Ice Age is over, and there is nothing much that humans can do to reverse things back to a global Ice Age climate. Claiming man-made global warming climate change is like saying that wearing shorts causes the temperature to rise...
          PR
          • 3 Years Ago
          @SVX pearlie
          Claiming man-made global warming climate change doesn't exist, is like saying that dumping hot coals down your shorts doesn't cause the temperature in your pants to rise, because you've already farted.
          SVX pearlie
          • 3 Years Ago
          @SVX pearlie
          I disagree with the notion that man-made greenhouse gasses are climate significant, when you look at large climate changes from various Ice Ages (of which we're at the tail end of one). Ice comes and goes, and with it, temperature changes. If there were 4 previous Ice Ages, of which NONE ended due to human-causes or human-influence, how is it that Leftist politics can make the case that "this time, it's different?" Sorry, but no. Pretending that the earth has a static climate which doesn't veer from Ice Age to megatropic ignores history and ignores science.
        methos1999
        • 3 Years Ago
        @Smith Jim
        That's the way - send ill will to all of those who worked hard to bring a significant new car to market because of what one person thinks! So where do you live? I want to hope everyone in your town has a lousy week because I don't like what you said!
          Spec
          • 3 Years Ago
          @methos1999
          He was obviously being sarcastic.
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