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Apparently Epstein was on the advisory board for this science bunker thing he has been since scrubbed off, I can't check the cache now, sorry, but on that site you'll find this
Huh, it's almost like something I've seen before

EDIT; on a semi related note the site has a sick ''offical song'' song hahah
Looks like Fallout fan art tbh


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More details on Maxwell.
A mysterious do-nothing charity founded by Jeffrey Epstein’s socialite gal pal is being investigated by the FBI for possible links to the convicted pedophile, The Post has learned.

The TerraMar Project was incorporated in London and Delaware in 2012, purportedly to raise awareness of environmental and other issues facing the oceans, and exclusively funded by hundreds of thousands in loans by heiress Ghislaine Maxwell, public filings show.

Maxwell, 57, the daughter of the late British media mogul Robert Maxwell, has been accused by three women of procuring girls to work as sex slaves for convicted pedophile Epstein, according to court filings. Two of the women said both Maxwell and Epstein sexually assaulted them. She has not been charged with a crime.

Maxwell was listed as president of TerraMar, and her Upper East Side home was its official office. She pumped $283,429 into it between 2012 and 2017. In that time, the so-called charity gave out a total of $874 in grants.

Between 2002 and 2005, Epstein used his private jets — dubbed the “Lolita Express” — to shuttle girls for sex between his estates in New York, Palm Beach, Fla., and the Virgin Islands, according to prosecutors.

One girl, aged 19 at the time — whose name appears on the manifests of two Epstein flights in February 2005 from JFK Airport to Columbus, Ohio, and Palm Beach — became a member of the founding board of directors of the Maxwell charity seven years later.

She also lived in a three-bedroom, $430,000 home in Teaneck, NJ, that is linked in public documents to Maxwell, although neighbors told The Post they never saw Maxwell at the property.

The Post is withholding her name. It is not known what she was doing on those Epstein flights. She did not return calls for comment.

An FBI source would not say if the charity probe is focused on the question of whether it served as a slush fund to pay hush money to Epstein’s young victims.

Members of TerraMar’s blue-ribbon board included Westchester businessman and UN official Amir Dossal, “Dead Poets Society” producer Steven Haft, and Calvo-Platero, Maxwell’s best friend from Oxford.

Jeffrey Pagliuca, a Colorado-based criminal defense lawyer who is representing Maxwell, did not return The Post’s calls and e-mails.

After The Post began making inquiries this month, the charity blocked its public website and made it password-accessible. Last week, the home page included this message: “The TerraMar Project is sad to announce that it will cease operations.” No reason was given.

The nonprofit’s latest federal tax filings show only $583 in total contributions in 2017 and expenses of $18,462. They also show the charity owes Maxwell $549,093 in loan repayments.

Epstein, 66, was arrested this month for allegedly sexually abusing “dozens” of minor girls.

Additional reporting by Susan Edelman

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When Epstein Was Cosmo’s Bachelor of the Month
In July 1980, the predatory financier was featured as the magazine’s “Bachelor of the Month" seeking a "cute Texas girl."

Kate Briquelet
Senior Reporter

Published 07.28.19 5:50AM ET

Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast/Getty

Long before Jeffrey Epstein boasted of his billionaires-only client list—and long before his arrests for molesting underage girls in Florida and New York—the perverted financier was an eligible bachelor in the glossy pages of Cosmopolitan.
In July 1980, Epstein was featured as the magazine’s “Bachelor of the Month,” a tiny section advertising successful single men across the country. At the time, the future sex-offender was a Bear Stearns trader and asked potential dates to write him at the investment bank's former headquarters in Lower Manhattan.
Epstein also claimed to speak only to millionaires, a prelude to his high-rolling lifestyle that included hobnobbing with Donald Trump, Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew, and amassing a collection of posh homes in Palm Beach, New York, Paris, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The personals ad, which included a photo of Epstein in a suit, portrayed him as a “New York dynamo” seeking “a cute Texas girl.”
“Financial strategist Jeffrey Epstein, 27, talks only to people who make over a million a year!” the listing declared. “If you’re ‘a cute Texas girl,’ write this New York dynamo at 55 Water St., 49th floor, N.Y.C. 10041.”

It’s unclear if anyone met Epstein through the Cosmopolitan writeup. Media representatives for the magazine didn’t return messages left by The Daily Beast.
One month after Epstein’s Cosmo debut, Bear Stearns placed an ad in The Wall Street Journal naming employees who made limited partner, including Epstein. But the former Dalton teacher left the firm in 1981, sometime after he was accused of financial chicanery that allegedly involved lending a friend $20,000 to buy stock.
According to Vanity Fair's Vicky Ward, after his departure from Bear Stearns, Epstein had insisted that he exclusively managed money for billionaires, though his only known client was Limited Brands chairman and Victoria’s Secret mogul Leslie Wexner. “I was the only person crazy enough, or arrogant enough, or misplaced enough, to make my limit a billion dollars or more,” Epstein reportedly bragged.
Ward also touched on the “many women in his life, mostly young,” while noting Epstein never committed to anyone. In the 1990s, Epstein was in a relationship with British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell—his accused madam and the daughter of the late media tycoon Robert Maxwell, who was as dark and mysterious as Epstein.
The Mail on Sunday published a yarn on their supposed romance under the headlines, “The mystery of Ghislaine Maxwell’s secret love.”

“In 1993, the Washington Times depicted Epstein as a 'maverick investor and Clinton supporter' and 'president of the Limited clothing-store empire.'”
“His name is Jeffrey Epstein, a shadowy, almost maverick New York ‘property developer’ who, for over a year, has helped Ghislaine become a coveted fixture on the Manhattan social scene,” the British tabloid reported in 1992. “During the last year, say friends, she has fallen in love with him, and the couple are inseparable.”
“Despite the dubious fame of having been nominated as Cosmopolitan magazine’s Bachelor of the Month,” the report added, “Epstein walked into her life at a time when she was desperately lonely.”
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The Mail described Epstein as an enigmatic figure, rumored to be a concert pianist, a math teacher at an elite girls’ school, and connected to the CIA and Mossad, Israel’s intelligence agency. “The most intriguing rumor is that he was a corporate spy hired by big businesses to uncover money that had been embezzled,” the article stated.
In 1993, the Washington Times depicted Epstein as a “maverick investor and Clinton supporter” and “president of the Limited clothing-store empire.” (The New York Times, in a 1991 blurb, identified Epstein as “president of Wexner Investment Company.”)
Epstein called Maxwell his “best friend” in Vanity Fair’s 2003 profile. Once a romantic relationship is over, he said, the woman “moves up, not down” to friendship status. “He enjoys the company of pretty women. Ghislaine is important to him in other ways. She arranges his social life,” one pal told London’s Evening Standard in 2001.

“That year, Epstein was even awarded 'Best Male Support' at the conclusion of the Stockholm School of Economics’ Female Economist of the Year scholarship ceremony.”
The press started digging into Epstein’s Gatsby-esque rise after the New York Post revealed he flew former President Clinton to Africa on his private Boeing 727 jet. “How Clinton, who took off on Saturday, hooked up with his traveling companions is a mystery—as is his relationship to Epstein,” the Post reported in fall of 2002.
That year, Epstein was even awarded “Best Male Support” at the conclusion of the Stockholm School of Economics’ “Female Economist of the Year” scholarship ceremony. While the business school’s website doesn’t name Epstein, identifying the winner as “an important but for now anonymous Friend,” a Scandinavian magazine did recognize him.
Nordic Reach quoted the scholarship’s founder, New York-based executive Barbro Ehnbom, who said the “Best Male Support” designation was created “to honor a specific Friend who was extra helpful and supportive during the previous year.” The article then listed “New York City Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein” as the 2002 recipient. (IRS records for his charity, Epstein Interests, show a $25,000 donation to the school for the tax year beginning in June 2001 and ending in May 2002. His other nonprofit, the C.O.U.Q. Foundation, donated at least $125,000 to the school from 2005 to 2010, tax returns show.)
Hanna Flodmark, a spokeswoman for the Stockholm School of Economics, said Epstein’s donations were made to a fund run by Ehnbom, who is an alumna and “important patron of the school.” Ehnbom’s scholarship is a “separate business” from SSE, though the school has administrated the funds for her in years past. (Ehnbom could not be reached for comment by The Daily Beast.)
In December 2003, Page Six declared Epstein, then 50 years old, one of New York City’s “most eligible guys” under the headline “Singling Out Apple’s Top Studs.” The list of bachelors included Donald Trump, Jr., modeling agent Paolo Zampolli, and disgraced former Democratic congressman Anthony Weiner.
“Mystery billionaire was a math teacher at Dalton just a few years ago,” Page Six staffers wrote. “Then he started handling Leslie Wexner’s money. Now he lives in Manhattan’s biggest mansion. Pro: Has a private plane which he used to take Bill Clinton to Africa. Con: Was one of Mort Zuckerman’s partners in failed attempt to buy New York magazine.”
But Epstein’s dark secret would come to light in March 2005, when police in Palm Beach launched an investigation into his abuse of underage girls. Attorneys for Epstein’s victims say he molested scores of underage girls after hiring them for “massages.” Some of them, like Virginia Roberts Giuffre, were allegedly recruited by Maxwell.

“In 2003, Page Six declared Epstein, then 50 years old, one of New York City’s 'most eligible guys' under the headline 'Singling Out Apple’s Top Studs.'”
Epstein was arrested in July 2006, and cops brought their case to the FBI. But the money-manager secured a cushy deal from federal prosecutors in Miami, ultimately pleading guilty to a pair of state charges and spending just 13 months in a county jail—mostly on “work release.” The sweetheart deal, brokered by former U.S. Attorney in Miami Alex Acosta, was kept secret from dozens of Epstein’s minor victims.
This month, one woman came forward to accuse Epstein of sexually abusing her while he enjoyed his work release privileges, and the Palm Beach Sheriff launched an internal investigation into why Epstein was allowed his own private driver and to make unsupervised stops at his mansion during his sentence in 2008 and 2009.
Epstein faces sex-trafficking charges in New York after being arrested on July 6, and a Florida judge will soon decide whether to invalidate the 2007 plea deal that shielded Epstein, and his alleged co-conspirators, from serious charges in Palm Beach.
The New York indictment puts Epstein’s past lives under further scrutiny.
When police recently searched his Manhattan townhouse, they discovered an expired 1980s passport inside a safe, along with diamonds and $70,000 in cash. Federal prosecutors argued the passport (which has stamps from four countries and his photo, but another name) is evidence that Epstein is a flight risk.
But Epstein’s lawyers say the phony passport was a gift from a friend and that he never used it to travel abroad. “Some Jewish-Americans were informally advised at the time to carry identification bearing a non-Jewish name when traveling internationally in case of hijacking,” his lawyer, Marc Fernich, wrote in court papers.
In the 1980s, Epstein palled around with Ford models, including his ex-girlfriend and former Miss Sweden, Eva Andersson. And as The Daily Beast reported, Epstein sought out Juilliard students in 1983 to teach Andersson and his guests dance in Palm Beach. One dancer said Epstein was "obsessed" with the Flashdance soundtrack when he approached the performing arts school looking for a ballet barre instructor.
A decade later, Epstein was a major donor to Michigan’s Interlochen Arts Academy. One former administrator told The Daily Beast that the Epstein visited campus in the 1990s with Ghislaine Maxwell.
Victims have accused Maxwell of acting as Epstein's madam, saying she took part in abusing minor girls and groomed them for Epstein’s wealthy friends, including Prince Andrew and Epstein’s lawyer Alan Dershowitz. (Both men have denied those claims.)

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You thought it was done getting weirder? You were wrong.

Jeffrey E. Epstein, the wealthy financier and accused sex trafficker, had an unusual dream: He hoped to seed the human race with his DNA by impregnating women at his vast New Mexico ranch.

Mr. Epstein over the years confided to scientists and others about his scheme, according to four people familiar with his thinking, although there is no evidence that it ever came to fruition.

Mr. Epstein’s vision reflected his longstanding fascination with what has become known as transhumanism: the science of improving the human population through technologies like genetic engineering and artificial intelligence. Critics have likened transhumanism to a modern-day version of eugenics, the discredited field of improving the human race through controlled breeding.

Mr. Epstein, who was charged in July with the sexual trafficking of girls as young as 14, was a serial illusionist: He lied about the identities of his clients, his wealth, his financial prowess, his personal achievements. But he managed to use connections and charisma to cultivate valuable relationships with business and political leaders.

Interviews with more than a dozen of his acquaintances, as well as public documents, show that he used the same tactics to insinuate his way into an elite scientific community, thus allowing him to pursue his interests in eugenics and other fringe fields like cryogenics.

Lawyers for Mr. Epstein, who has pleaded not guilty to the sex-trafficking charges, did not respond to requests for comment.

Even after his 2008 conviction on charges of soliciting prostitution from a minor, Mr. Epstein attracted a glittering array of prominent scientists. They included the Nobel Prize-winning physicist Murray Gell-Mann, who discovered the quark; the theoretical physicist and best-selling author Stephen Hawking; the paleontologist and evolutionary biologist Stephen J. Gould; Oliver Sacks, the neurologist and best-selling author; George M. Church, a molecular engineer who has worked to identify genes that could be altered to create superior humans; and the M.I.T. theoretical physicist Frank Wilczek, a Nobel laureate.

The lure for some of the scientists was Mr. Epstein’s money. He dangled financing for their pet projects. Some of the scientists said that the prospect of financing blinded them to the seriousness of his sexual transgressions, and even led them to give credence to some of Mr. Epstein’s half-baked scientific musings.

Scientists gathered at dinner parties at Mr. Epstein’s Manhattan mansion, where Dom Pérignon and expensive wines flowed freely, even though Mr. Epstein did not drink. He hosted buffet lunches at Harvard’s Program for Evolutionary Dynamics, which he had helped start with a $6.5 million donation.

Others flew to conferences sponsored by Mr. Epstein in the United States Virgin Islands and were feted on his private island there. Once, the scientists — including Mr. Hawking — crowded on board a submarine that Mr. Epstein had chartered.

The Harvard cognitive psychologist Steven Pinker said he was invited by colleagues — including Martin Nowak, a Harvard professor of mathematics and biology, and the theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss — to “salons and coffee klatsches” at which Mr. Epstein would hold court.

While some of Mr. Pinker’s peers hailed Mr. Epstein as brilliant, Mr. Pinker described him as an “intellectual impostor.”

“He would abruptly change the subject, A.D.D.-style, dismiss an observation with an adolescent wisecrack,” Mr. Pinker said.

Another scientist cultivated by Mr. Epstein, Jaron Lanier, a prolific author who is a founding father of virtual reality, said that Mr. Epstein’s ideas did not amount to science, in that they did not lend themselves to rigorous proof. Mr. Lanier said Mr. Epstein had once hypothesized that atoms behaved like investors in a marketplace.

Mr. Lanier said he had declined any funding from Mr. Epstein and that he had met with him only once after Mr. Epstein’s 2008 guilty plea.

Mr. Epstein was willing to finance research that others viewed as bizarre. He told one scientist that he was bankrolling efforts to identify a mysterious particle that might trigger the feeling that someone is watching you.

At one session at Harvard, Mr. Epstein criticized efforts to reduce starvation and provide health care to the poor because doing so increased the risk of overpopulation, said Mr. Pinker, who was there. Mr. Pinker said he had rebutted the argument, citing research showing that high rates of infant mortality simply caused people to have more children. Mr. Epstein seemed annoyed, and a Harvard colleague later told Mr. Pinker that he had been “voted off the island” and was no longer welcome at Mr. Epstein’s gatherings.

Then there was Mr. Epstein’s interest in eugenics.

On multiple occasions starting in the early 2000s, Mr. Epstein told scientists and businessmen about his ambitions to use his New Mexico ranch as a base where women would be inseminated with his sperm and would give birth to his babies, according to two award-winning scientists and an adviser to large companies and wealthy individuals, all of whom Mr. Epstein told about it.

It was not a secret. The adviser, for example, said he was told about the plans not only by Mr. Epstein, at a gathering at his Manhattan townhouse, but also by at least one prominent member of the business community. One of the scientists said Mr. Epstein divulged his idea in 2001 at a dinner at the same townhouse; the other recalled Mr. Epstein discussing it with him at a 2006 conference that he hosted in St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands.

The idea struck all three as far-fetched and disturbing. There is no indication that it would have been against the law.

Once, at a dinner at Mr. Epstein’s mansion on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, Mr. Lanier said he talked to a scientist who told him that Mr. Epstein’s goal was to have 20 women at a time impregnated at his 33,000-square-foot Zorro Ranch in a tiny town outside Santa Fe. Mr. Lanier said the scientist identified herself as working at NASA, but he did not remember her name.

According to Mr. Lanier, the NASA scientist said Mr. Epstein had based his idea for a baby ranch on accounts of the Repository for Germinal Choice, which was to be stocked with the sperm of Nobel laureates who wanted to strengthen the human gene pool. (Only one Nobel Prize winner has acknowledged contributing sperm to it. The repository discontinued operations in 1999.)

Mr. Lanier, the virtual-reality creator and author, said he had the impression that Mr. Epstein was using the dinner parties — where some guests were attractive women with impressive academic credentials — to screen candidates to bear Mr. Epstein’s children.

Mr. Epstein made no secret of his interest in tinkering with genes — and in perpetuating his own DNA.

One adherent of transhumanism said that he and Mr. Epstein discussed the financier’s interest in cryogenics, an unproven science in which people’s bodies are frozen to be brought back to life in the future. Mr. Epstein told this person that he wanted his head and penis to be frozen.

Southern Trust Company, Mr. Epstein’s Virgin Island-incorporated business, disclosed in a local filing that it was engaged in DNA analysis. Calls to Southern Trust, which sponsored a science and math fair for school children in the Virgin Islands in 2014, were not returned.

In 2011, a charity established by Mr. Epstein gave $20,000 to the Worldwide Transhumanist Association, which now operates under the name Humanity Plus. The group’s website says that its goal is “to deeply influence a new generation of thinkers who dare to envision humanity’s next steps.”

Mr. Epstein’s foundation, which is now defunct, also gave $100,000 to pay the salary of Ben Goertzel, vice chairman of Humanity Plus, according to Mr. Goertzel’s résumé.

“I have no desire to talk about Epstein right now,” Mr. Goertzel said in an email to The New York Times. “The stuff I’m reading about him in the papers is pretty disturbing and goes way beyond what I thought his misdoings and kinks were. Yecch.”

Alan M. Dershowitz, a professor emeritus of law at Harvard, recalled that at a lunch Mr. Epstein hosted in Cambridge, Mass., he steered the conversation toward the question of how humans could be improved genetically. Mr. Dershowitz said he was appalled, given the Nazis’ use of eugenics to justify their genocidal effort to purify the Aryan race.

Yet the lunches persisted.

“Everyone speculated about whether these scientists were more interested in his views or more interested in his money,” said Mr. Dershowitz, who was one of Mr. Epstein’s defense lawyers in the 2008 case.

Luminaries at Mr. Epstein’s St. Thomas conference in 2006 included Mr. Hawking and the Caltech theoretical physicist Kip S. Thorne. One participant at that conference, which was ostensibly on the subject of gravity, recalled that Mr. Epstein wanted to talk about perfecting the human genome. Mr. Epstein said he was fascinated with how certain traits were passed on, and how that could result in superior humans.

Mr. Epstein appears to have gained entree into the scientific community through John Brockman, a literary agent whose best-selling science writers include Richard Dawkins, Daniel Goleman and Jared Diamond. Mr. Brockman did not respond to requests for comment.

For two decades, Mr. Brockman presided over a series of salons that matched his scientist-authors with potential benefactors. (The so-called “billionaires’ dinners” apparently became a model for the gatherings at Mr. Epstein’s East 71st Street townhouse, which included some of the same guests.)

In 2004, Mr. Brockman hosted a dinner at the Indian Summer restaurant in Monterey, Calif., where Mr. Epstein was introduced to scientists, including Seth Lloyd, the M.I.T. physicist. Mr. Lloyd said that he found Mr. Epstein to be “charming” and to have “interesting ideas,” although they “turned out to be quite vague.”

Also at the Indian Summer dinner, according to an account on the website of Mr. Brockman’s Edge Foundation, were the Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page and Jeff Bezos, who was accompanied by his mother.

“All the good-looking women were sitting with the physicists’ table,” Daniel Dubno, who was a CBS producer at the time and attended the dinner, was quoted as saying. Mr. Dubno told The Times that he did not recall the dinner or having said those words.

Mr. Brockman was Mr. Gell-Mann’s agent, and Mr. Gell-Mann, in the acknowledgments section of his 1995 book “The Quark and the Jaguar,” thanked Mr. Epstein for his financial support.

However impressive his roster of scientific contacts, Mr. Epstein could not resist embellishing it. He claimed on one of his websites to have had “the privilege of sponsoring many prominent scientists,” including Mr. Pinker, Mr. Thorne and the M.I.T. mathematician and geneticist Eric S. Lander.

Mr. Pinker said he had never taken any financial or other support from Mr. Epstein. “Needless to say, I find Epstein’s behavior reprehensible,” he said.

Mr. Thorne, who recently won a Nobel Prize, said he attended Mr. Epstein’s 2006 conference, believing it to be co-sponsored by a reputable research center. Other than that, “I have had no contact with, relationship with, affiliation with or funding from Epstein,” he said. “I unequivocally condemn his abhorrent actions involving minors.”

Lee McGuire, a spokesman for Mr. Lander, said he has had no relationship with Mr. Epstein. “Mr. Epstein appears to have made up lots of things,” Mr. McGuire said, “and this seems to be among them.”

Freeman Rogers contributed reporting.

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You thought it was done getting weirder? You were wrong.

Oh man... Late boomer narcissism is helluva drug... Hilarious! And so predictable!

Yeah, it's quite sobering to think that all these supposed elites are so incestuous, tacky and plainly dumb.

Just imagine listening to this buffoon with a straight face when he tells you his ideas so similar to Nazi baby farms.

Nobody would utter a single word, as long Don Perignon would still flow, but now vultures are circling and pretending that they are so much better than sleazy snakes.

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Oh man... Late boomer narcissism is helluva drug... Hilarious! And so predictable!

Yeah, it's quite sobering to think that all these supposed elites are so incestuous, tacky and plainly dumb.

Just imagine listening to this buffoon with a straight face when he tells you his ideas so similar to Nazi baby farms.

Nobody would utter a single word, as long Don Perignon would still flow, but now vultures are circling and pretending that they are so much better than sleazy snakes.
It's like something from a Steve Martin comedy. The boorish fool spent years poorly cosplaying a genius visionary in front of actual scientists, cosplaying a businessman in front of businessmen.

And in all of these years, nobody ever told him that his jizz wasn't getting any younger. I guess whatever league of beautiful, college-educated, high IQ, adult women he wanted weren't as easily bought and sold as his menagerie of underage pussy.
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Oh man... Late boomer narcissism is helluva drug... Hilarious! And so predictable!

Yeah, it's quite sobering to think that all these supposed elites are so incestuous, tacky and plainly dumb.

Just imagine listening to this buffoon with a straight face when he tells you his ideas so similar to Nazi baby farms.

Nobody would utter a single word, as long Don Perignon would still flow, but now vultures are circling and pretending that they are so much better than sleazy snakes.
So uh... Clinton liked to hang out with this Dr. Mengele wannabe? I mean fuck, even beyond the human trafficking and rape, this dude was FUCKED.

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So uh... Clinton liked to hang out with this Dr. Mengele wannabe? I mean fuck, even beyond the human trafficking and rape, this dude was FUCKED.
I used to laugh at all those HILLARY DRINKS BABY BLOOD posts back in the day but now? I'm not so sure that there might be a sliver of truth to them. Sometime rumors have a basis in actual fact, even if the truth is more banal and stupid than evil.

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