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10th Anniversary Giveaway!

by Rory Groves        October 7, 2010  |  9:43 am  |  Category: Company | Latest News

Congratulations to Robert Chimel, WA3LWR for winning this week's prize!

Thanks for entering, and Stay Tuned for more prizes...


It's Our 10th Anniversary this month... and We're Celebrating BIG!!!

Each weekend in October we're giving away great prizes! ANYONE CAN ENTER. No purchase necessary.

To Enter: Simply leave a comment on this blog. Your comment must include:

  • Real Name
  • E-mail (kept private, but required)
  • Answer this question: "Have you ever had a close encounter with Severe Weather?"

 Winner will be picked at random on Sunday, October 10th.

for Sunday, October 10th


Bushnell WeatherFX 7-Day Weather Forecaster
by Ambient Devices

$99 Value - FREE!

Features Include:

  • 7-day weather forecasts
  • Color-changing backlight
  • Severe weather alerts
  • Air quality, UV index and allergy alerts
  • Indoor tempearture
  • Choose from 150+ locations
  • Satellite-synchronized clock
  • Alarm feature with Snooze
  • Adjustable brightness

Shipped direct to you by:

* U.S. addresses only

Leave your comment below for a chance to win!

Winner will be picked at random on Sunday, October 10th.



10/7/2010 11:12:17 AM #

This is awesome. Good luck everybody!!


10/7/2010 11:16:22 AM #

yes plenty of encounters,anyone who chases fears lightning,and it has hit close by severaol times and makes you jump and run,i think we all fear lightning.But some nasty microbursts right over my house,i'd estimate 85-90 mph is beautiful but respect it.

Brian Mooney

10/7/2010 11:16:26 AM #

yes i have when i went tornado chasing but weather defender saved me sec before it touched down on me


Matt Ford

10/7/2010 11:16:33 AM #

As a 8 year old kid the very day we moved to our first house on the way home from getting our groceries, 3 funnel clouds appear behind us maybe a 1/2 mile away.  Got back to the house and there was a tree through the roof.

Ed Vanderbosch

10/7/2010 11:21:14 AM #

Yes, I have had an close encounter with bad weather. We where about 2 miles from a EF3 Twister that was headed towards us.


10/7/2010 11:28:12 AM #

When i lived in Illinois. I was wth in 2miles where a tornado hit.Moments before the tornado hit it got really dark(like it was night,the street light came on).Then thats when it hit.I was at work at the time.We had to keep on working to thru the hole time.

Louis Wheeler

10/7/2010 11:29:17 AM #

I had a close encounter just this week, as some severe storms moved through the Tucson area as a result of a low pressure system in California. We had pounding rain, high winds and lightning coming at us from all angles. It was an amazing storm! I've also been in Kansas when a tornado siren was sounded, but I unfortunately did not see a tornado...but I was in the area!

Mark Fleming

10/7/2010 11:32:00 AM #

Being i am handicapped,one of these would be helpful.

Robert Johnson

10/7/2010 11:35:05 AM #

Oh yes! In fact just about a month ago, I drove through a tornadic cell! Also last year we had a wall cloud about 1/2 mile away from our house. And then 3 years back we had a derecho and 70+mph winds!! When your Texas, you never know what gonna happen!


10/7/2010 11:35:56 AM #

My closest encounter / disaster was that we were out fishing and before we knew it a really bad storm blew in.  By the time we raced to shore a tornado blew up and started knocking down trees all around our tent.  One even ripped the front flap off the main tent.  Way to exciting.

L E Behrens

10/7/2010 11:38:37 AM #

I've been a member for several years and I could not ask for a better program. Thank you.

Ray edwards

10/7/2010 11:48:22 AM #

Before the computer age, numerous times having to deal with lightning strikes and just being lucky.

Jerry Massey

10/7/2010 11:54:57 AM #

I lived in Edwardsville Illinois in the late 70's and early 80's. We constantly had tornadoes then. I remember the big one that tore up town, and the little ones we drove almost through.. Scary and powerful stuff.

Angelia Fenton

10/7/2010 11:58:50 AM #

Love the program, nice to e able to track what is coming.

Ron Austin

10/7/2010 12:02:45 PM #

Back in June a huge storm with historical floods hit Memphis. The night before the storms, I got the free version and set it up. The bight of the storms I tracked a tornado that was shown to be heading dead on to my house. It never touched down but I was able to get my family to safety as we heard the roar and felt the tailwinds. It knocked down a tree inches from my house but my family was ready because of your program. Btw, it was way more accurate than the tv stations. Thanks and as soon as I get my computer repaired from the storm, I will be buying the full program.

Joe kirkland

10/7/2010 12:14:38 PM #

I did while out camping.  We were listening to the local skywarn net and finally realized how close things were.  We got some grate pictures just up the road of a wall cloud.


10/7/2010 12:16:38 PM #

I  was on the Malecon sea wall in Havana ... From Florida lightning illuminated the dark sky ...  the ocean waves had reached 3-4  meters height browsing the hot asphalt with their anger… the sun now gave his breath under the heavy blanket of clouds ... I did not know where to hide, fish pulled down one of the rods cast into the water ... I did not stay long on the thoughts and face the strong wind I rushed through the water curtains above it fell without ceasing ... an hour after a fight with fury and power of nature and fish  I managed to bring to shore a barracuda of about 10 kilos ... my  fisherman’s pride  managed to defeat the forces of nature ...

Parvu Geo

10/7/2010 12:22:46 PM #

I have not as of yet, but I did possibly save the lives of my best friend's parents. I was using Weather Defender on a beautiful Saturday afternoon when I saw a severe Thunderstorm quickly coming our way with possible baseball sized hail. I wondered if my best friend's parents would be out on their motorcycles, so just in case I texted them and my best friend the information about the severe storm quickly approaching. An hour later I received phone calls from both my best friend and her parents thanking me for the text. They told me that they had made a pit stop during  thier ride and had received my warning and decided to turn around and head for home. Just as they were pulling into their garage, the sky opened up with a downpour and golfball sized hail. THey told me if I hadn't sent the text and they hadn't made a pit stop they would have been caught in the middle of this nasty storm. Thanks to the accuracy of weather defender and my quick action, the lives  of loved ones were possibly saved that day Smile

Joe Russell

10/7/2010 12:22:55 PM #

Hmm... not really, for I live quite near to the equator, which I guess, is the reason why I don't encounter "severe" weather. The worse weather I've ever had here are thunderstorms and very strong winds that uprooted some trees, and caused floodings (very bad ones) in low-lying areas. I guess the above 'severe' weather here cannot hold a candle to those in the US for example, hurricane, etc.

Lee Weide

10/7/2010 12:26:06 PM #

The stories I could tell about the past 22 years of chasing! Maybe one day I'll write a book about my experiences, but until then I'll just keep adding chapters. Keep up the great work you are doing. To everyone else... Enjoy, Have Fun and above all be Safe out there. God Bless!

George McKinnis

10/7/2010 12:33:07 PM #

You folks are awesome for doing this! Thanks for the change and good luck everyone!

James Eismon

10/7/2010 12:34:34 PM #

The winters in Upper Michigan are always severe. I love those mornings where only the rooftop of your car is visible and it -30 wind chill !

Matthew Nyland

10/7/2010 12:34:34 PM #

Yes I work for Markesan Emergency Management I see lots of sever weather.

Henry Phippen

10/7/2010 12:42:40 PM #

This software is phenomenal!


10/7/2010 12:44:42 PM #

We usually get one or two tornado warnings here every year. But we rarely see a funnel.


10/7/2010 12:50:15 PM #

Wow!, Ten Years!, Happy Birthday guys...Well done!


10/7/2010 12:51:57 PM #

WxDefender is the best weather radar/ spotter program i had a pleasure to own and would tell anyone who are looking for such program it would be the best money spent. I use my with the spotter network here in Stephens CO.


10/7/2010 12:57:00 PM #



10/7/2010 1:05:26 PM #

Hi all
I have been using Weather Defender for sometime now it's the best. Right up to date with all the local WX station I use WXDefender on line when I am home.

Great Job keep it going

Dennis Little
WD8RCF/Ham Radio

Dennis Little

10/7/2010 1:13:31 PM #

I was living in Lady Lake, FL when we were hit at 3:17 A.M. with an EF3 tornado. We were the first under the new Enhanced Fujita Scale system. I was 3/10ths of a mile away. Not far from where the church had been blown away. What woke me up was not my alarm, but the strange thunder and the excessive lightning. I knew something was up. This occurred on Feb. 2, 2007.

Deborah DAmbrosi

10/7/2010 1:20:29 PM #

We were out working outside and a storm moved in on us quickly... The sky turned green and a bunch of equipment started blowing around and we had to quickly head for shelter. It passed quickly, but we knew we escaped a close one.

Brandon Odegard

10/7/2010 1:24:47 PM #

I always do, the wind blows me from side to side


10/7/2010 1:24:55 PM #

Over the years living in ok and ne have had several.


10/7/2010 1:25:54 PM #

Very handy for my SKYWARN services to NOAA.


10/7/2010 1:30:13 PM #

I have enjoyed Weather Defender.  I got my first exposure to it back when I went storm chasing up in OK with a pro team.

Lynn Lopez

10/7/2010 1:33:24 PM #

If it walks like a know the rest

Lowell Jones

10/7/2010 1:35:13 PM #

On the east coast we experienced severe weather quite a bit. Never been in a Tornado but sounds scary as hell.


10/7/2010 2:03:28 PM #

I've had a few, however, since taking over as the Muskegon County skywarn Coordinator, I spend most of the severe weather down my basement running the skywarn nets....

Jeff Stapel

10/7/2010 2:07:33 PM #

Congratulations for your anniversary!!

Manuel Sanchez Ibañez

10/7/2010 2:20:19 PM #

I have a had quite a few close calls,being a stormchaser. But all of these were expected. The one close call that was not expected was when I drove truck for a living. I was driving from Mpls to Central Iowa with a hot shot load. Mpls had a forecast of light snow. By the time I got to Owatonna, it was light flurries. By the time I hit Albert Lea, near the MN/Iowa border it was getting pretty bad. By the time I had reached my turn off, about an hour south into Iowa, visibilty was about 5 ft, with horizonal snow. I managed to slowly make it in to a truck stop with about 10 other vehicles. Within one hour there were over 75 vehicles in a lot with the capacity of about 45. The highway was closed for over 12 hours. By the time it subsided the back end of my truck was drifted in.
Tornadic or derecho events may be more devastating, but this actually scared me more until I reached safety.

Jerry Witz

10/7/2010 2:30:39 PM #

Great Job Guys... I love the software you guys are #1 in my book as for alerting me when danger is around the outside. Weather in Kansas is always tricky.

Have fun with your contest and Thanks Again

William Rock

10/7/2010 2:45:48 PM #

One day driving in Tennessee, I was watching a storm develop on my GPS plotter weather display. The familiar red-green hook to this spotter meant trouble. Just as we arrived at a campground gate, the ranger drove up, jumped out yelling "Get to shelter NOW! Tornado on ground 2 miles east!". We drove to a concrete block comfort station and hid in a shower stall as the winds roared through the edge of the campground. Several campers saw my weather station and heard my warning. I saw the funnel on technology and for real! Whew!

Ernest A. Baldini

10/7/2010 2:46:49 PM #

With the current high and low in weather conditions in this area of the Northern Kentucky.  Along with the changes with the winds.  And directions of the winds
blowing, I would love to have an Bushnell WeatherFX 7-Day Weather Forecaster

Michael Moose

10/7/2010 2:48:56 PM #

Hi everone.  I'm fairly new to this website and information, but I look forward to getting software downloaded and start using it all the time.  Many years ago, I was in South Florida driving thru the everglades and two lightning strikes hit a very large tree in front AND the other hit a large tree in back of me.  There we were, road blocked both ways.  Luckily, a Florida Wildlife Management employee had to stop as the road was blocked, and he had a chain saw.   Every since then, I've been a weather junkie.

Amateur Radio WA4TJS


10/7/2010 2:56:14 PM #

of all the weather software that I use daily WD is by far the most powerful and most reliable in the market today

Bo Harrison

10/7/2010 3:08:29 PM #

May 1999 while driving in Oklahoma just out side of Oklahoma city my wife and I encountered a very bad storm system the winds where very bad hail and rain like I had never seen in our twenty plus years in the transportation field. As we came into the city limits right out side of Tinker AFB we looked due south and saw a tornado on the ground and it was BIG you could see parts of houses cars trees just flying trough the air as we got our truck under a overpass and sat there in aw as to what we where seeing. as the storm passed we later found out that this had been a F5 part of a storm system that had caused major damage in the area for more than three days. I have seen some very bad storms while traveling across America but this storm is one that I will never forget.        

Bo Harrison

10/7/2010 3:08:50 PM #

I love Weather Defender. I live in Hawaii right now but I'm from Oklahoma and it has proven to be very useful when I'm tracking severe weather in Oklahoma. It allows me to be able to warn my family when dangerous weather is approaching. Weather Defender is definitly worth the investment. Thank you for an excellent product!!!

Kent Held

10/7/2010 3:36:21 PM #

Happy "10th". A tornado hit Joy Oklahoma this year we live in Sulfur.

Clifford Guy

Clifford Guy

10/7/2010 3:37:50 PM #

Yes I have. Several occasions, some in the day, some at night. I work at a radio station in Fort Smith, AR. Our station is sitting on top of Rye Hill (needless to say, its a tall hill over looking Fort Smith). Several years ago, while I was on the air, we had a severe thunderstorm heading our way. Right before it got to our location, it turned tornadic. Very stong winds, a lot of rain. Then rain turned into hail. The hail went from marble size to just over the size of quarters. I am on the air trying to keep people calm and informed about the situation. I notice all the sudden, the wind stopped blowing and the hail disappeared. It was dark and still. Knowing the signs, I stand up to look out our studio windows. Litterally, my face was pressed against the window, but I wasn't the only thing breathing: The windows were also breathing. Bowing in and out. I focused on that for a second before realizing the funnel cloud was directly over the hill and building. I went outside to see if there was any formations or worse, damage. The siren was blaring and the clouds were moving, rotating. Couldn't hear the roaring, but I am sure it was there. It was amazing that there was no touchdown that day, but still the fear was there. Which is worse: The touchdown of a tornado heading your way or the fear of one coming down right over you? The storm passed over the station, the town, and eventually out of the area. It was a pretty intense situation.

John Horton

10/7/2010 4:33:19 PM #

Ever since I was a kid and my Father was a Fire Chief we always had advanced weather warnings. It was via a hotline phone or radio. Then I stepped into Amateur Radio (N9TZO)and advanceed reports have still been a help with SkyWarn nets. Now over the past years with the Internet and being able to see the storms on radar and to know what exactly is going on, it takes helping and warning others to a new level. I have been through a few rough storms over the years but never a direct hit. Products like this help everyone be aware and safer.

Chuck Henrici

10/7/2010 4:33:26 PM #

Rory, Never experienced weather as severe as some of your previous "Bloggers". However, was able to track the tornado which "hit" Albertville, AL (10 miles distant)earlier this year.

I enjoy the site. Thanks

Tony Keane

10/7/2010 5:04:32 PM #

Greetings to all!

I’ve been a Weather Defender subscriber now for about 3 months, and it has already been of service to me and my community. I’m a Amateur radio operator who is actively involved with the local RACES (Radio Armature Civil Emergency Service) Team in Upstate New York. This is a very popular area for summer vacationers, especially in the Lake George region. Late this summer we had a few intense thunder storms come through this area. As a service to the many who have radios with them while boating or hiking, I made announcements prior to those storms hitting the area to warn people of the advancing weather. On several occasions I’ve been asked how I was able to so accurately tell what was coming and when it would arrive, the answer was plain and simple—”Weather Defender”! I really cant imagine not having it as a reference. Its incredibly accurate!


Donald James ~ N2VU

Donald James

10/7/2010 5:12:13 PM #

I enjoy the power of Mother Nature, it is the element so totally uncontrollably that is impressive.  Once, I was caught in the open Texas plains when a tornado touched down very close to my proximity.  I was amazed and afraid at the same time. The adrenalin rush was intoxicating.  I would not want to repeat the incidence, however, I am thankful for touching the strength of the storm; without injury.  Once in a lifetime incidence, leaving an indelibly image burned into my mind.

Joseph Holokan

10/7/2010 5:32:49 PM #

HI, Once I was finishing up mowing and weedwacking a cementery and a storm was coming. I didn't think anything of the storm with my brothers and cousin. And this bolt of lightning came out of no where and came down about 100 feet on the other side of the road. After that bolt came down, my hair felt like it was standing up and I left and my cousin and my brother finished and then came before the rain. it was a good thing that none of us were struck and other times i came pretty close.

Jonathan Terry

10/7/2010 6:42:23 PM #

In the summer of 2009 a tornado uproot a tree in our front  yard. then the tornado jump over the house then destory a tree in backyard

James Hill

10/7/2010 6:49:07 PM #

Not a day goes by,If its sunny or stormy,Weather Defender is always used in my home.

Ken Fichthorn

10/7/2010 7:10:53 PM #

August 23rd of last year a microburst blew a tree over on my van, destroyed my son's trampoline and destroyed our tractor shed. The storm that caused the damage did not show severe on radar. I measured a high wind speed of 72 mph with my stationary anemometer.

Jim Stovall

10/7/2010 8:00:41 PM #

One time I drove close enough to see & feel a tornado, it was right at the IL, WI border I will never forget it. I was driving a little toyota camry at the time, and I could feel the car lifting a little from the wind shears. It was scary but awesome at the same time!

Adam Katalak

10/7/2010 8:21:00 PM #

Happy anniversary,

Been a long time user and glad to see ya'll hit the 10 year mark. Each release of the software just keeps getting better.  Keep up the good work!

Zach SeRine

10/7/2010 8:57:02 PM #

Southampton Ontario. I was ordering pizza on July 8th 2007 from the local pizza shop. I ordered the pizza and saw that a storm was rolling in off the lake. I didnt think much of it until i noticed the wall cloud to the left of the hp core. I was like wow. As it reached shore i walked back to the pizza store and stood under an awning and watched the beautiful storm start to come over head. There were beautiful mamantus on the southern edge of the anvil. It started to rain and then it hailed. Then we got golfball size hail. It was awesome. The lightning was great and after it went through the back end had such a nice colour to it a nice green. When i got the my trailer park i flicked on TWN and noticed we were in a tornado warning, 5 mins down the road there was multiple f0 and 2 f1 tornadoes aswell as baseball size hail. Another would be August 20th 2009 tornado outbreak in Ontario, this may have been the worst storm i have ever seen. This line of storms with embeded supercells was of awesome preportions. There was 20 tornadoes and one that came dangerously close to the city of toronto. I was in my hometown hamilton at the time. I was eating dinner at a restuarant and i heard tornado warning over the radio and i was like sweet. I went outside to watch the storm and it was the darkest i had ever seen it. As the storm approached there was a huge amount of lightning and then it started to pour rain and nikel size hail, I was still outside being soaked by the rain and hail being driven in 100km/h winds. This storm was un beleiveable. There was very evident rotation and there were over 30 supercells imbeded within that line over its life span. 16 of them producing tornadoes and a couple strong tornadoes. This system was crazy and i still miss it to this day. I am 15 years old and want to be a meteorologist when i am older

David Robins

10/7/2010 9:09:23 PM #

Yes i have had many experiences with bad weather.  I live in Wichita Falls TX.  I am in Tornado alley.  There have been many days of severe weather as some of you know where Tornado Alley lies.  I am also a storm spotter down here as well

Shaun Britt

10/7/2010 10:30:02 PM #

I love weather defender a lot b/c you guys have the perfected map...I love how weather defender came up with SPC outlooks for days 1-3 which a lot of weather software only give you 1 day outlook....I also like the idea of the lightning strikes on there too...I would love to rejoin if you don't give the 99.00 activation fee...WHY CAN"T U COME UP with an Mobile version of weather defender by using satellite connection for storm spotters ?
Once again Weather Defender does a great job

Jason Kleffner

10/8/2010 12:15:50 AM #

I love using Weather Defender!!  I came across Weather Defender this last spring as I had just became a weather spotter and was looking for a good tool to help me track severe weather.  And am I glad I found it! I live in central Minnesota and this year seems like every week we were having at least 3 severe storms....and then came June 17th.  On June 17th the town I live in (Wadena) was hit by an EF-4 tornado, which completely devastated the town.  Our community lost 260 homes, countless businesses, and our high school. But more importantely, NOT ONE person lost their life to this tornado, and I contribute that to having programs like Weather Defender that help the public, weather spotters, and emergency management officials, track and warn people of incoming severe weather.  I cannot count how many times I have used this program to help me with weather spotting.  Thank you for making Weather Defender such a great product!!

Andrew Wood

10/8/2010 5:15:45 AM #

I have been in strate line winds in ecses 70mph.

arthur harris

10/8/2010 6:42:08 AM #

I've seen lots of crazy weather, but nothing beats the May 1990 or the May 10th, 2010 Tornado outbreaks in Oklahoma.

Christopher Cone

10/8/2010 8:28:36 AM #

what great product!!!!


10/8/2010 8:42:27 AM #

I'm from Louisiana and I have stayed through every Hurricane in the last 6 years. I'd say the most crazy thing happened was when our trampoline flew into a tree the legs broke off and one broke through our car window.


10/8/2010 9:59:35 AM #

I didn't know you had a blog!  but now I do and I am happy to be here Smile

as for the question...recently in TN we had major was very scary stuff, and was a result of a LOT of rain in a very short period of time.  I don't know if the weather itself was so severe but it's results definitely were.  

also, I was on an island in FL when a hurricane passed through...we were on the outer edges but it was still flippin' scary.

Jamie Willow

10/8/2010 10:07:25 AM #

Yes - I was within 2 blocks of the Wadena, MN tornado back in June.  


10/8/2010 10:07:54 AM #

Yes while I was storm chasing I actually drove into a tornado that was covered by rain when I thought I was actually driving away from one.. What a ride!!!

Geoff Rennie

10/8/2010 11:14:08 AM #

Yes! A funnel cloud was sighted a few hours before the big downtown firework display in Columbus, Ohio one 4th of July. There's nothing like 500,000 people outside and tornado sirens.  

chris matson

10/8/2010 3:15:44 PM #

Interesting product that uses pager technology to update itself, no external sensors needed.  Also like that it uses Accuweather for the data, their information seems to be more realiable.


10/8/2010 3:43:21 PM #

I love Weather Defender!  Whenever threatening weather approaches, I race to my laptop to load up WD!  I wouldn't be caught without it!

Thanks for all the hard work...


Happy 10th Anniversary...

Jamie Robinson

10/8/2010 4:26:23 PM #

Weather Defender is the best weather radar software on the market.

Kenny Elmore

10/8/2010 7:33:40 PM #

During my career as a lineman for an electric cooperative, I have been in many weather situations, hail, lightning, tornadoes, etc. I am also a weather spotter and have chased many storms and snapped alot of pictures,  Your software is excellent.  Happy 10TH


10/8/2010 8:11:49 PM #

In high school (in the 80s) in Oshkosh, Wisconsin we had several tornados come through, one which cut the house of a friend of mine in half. It gave me a perpetual fear/respect for the power of high winds.

Mary Hess

10/9/2010 11:43:14 AM #

Hope I win this cool gadget.


10/9/2010 1:13:19 PM #

Nice giveaway. I haven't had a close encounter with severe weather, which I know is a good thing, but I would like to see a tornado some day. Just not too close!

Justin Miller

10/9/2010 10:15:12 PM #

Hello, this looks like a very neat gadget to have for current temps and condition's plus the next days forecast would also be helpful if i'm not near the computer, Ive been following weather defender seeing how there program works, i've used the trial but haven't paid for it, since money is low, but it would be helpful for a home radar, keep up the work weather defender.


Joshua Leach

10/10/2010 8:36:00 AM #

Blizzard of '77. If you lived in the Western New York area or Southern Ontario regions that year you'll know what I am talking about. Lake Erie froze over completely that winter and a strong storm system pushing up from Texas brought a hellish amount of snow and high winds. Because the lake was frozen and had significant snow build up on it to start with, all this snow was pushed onto the lakeside communities mentioned. Snow drifts buried houses and telephone poles. Motorists were stranded in their buried vehicles. Travel was by snow mobile only and often at the peril of the rider scooting along above hydro lines!
Where was I? I was stuck for several hours in the snow and abandoned my vehicle and walked home. I was young then and opted to take the hike which I dont think I'd ever like to experience again. Erno Rossi, a local writer has a book called White Death that you may find interesting and chock full of stories of those who survived the blizzard and those we lost. This was a once in 100 years event we are told. Good thing it is!

Dave in Hamilton Ontario Canada


10/10/2010 10:09:48 AM #

Happy 10th and WD is the best.


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