Fall River, New Bedford Try To Ban ‘Lazy Cakes’

BOSTON (CBS) – If you haven’t heard of Lazy Cakes, authorities in Fall River and New Bedford wish it would stay that way.

They want them banned from stores because they could be harmful to children.

So what is a Lazy Cake?

WBZ-TV’s Bill Shields reports

On the company’s Facebook page, they call it a “Tasty chocolate treat that brings on the ultimate state of relaxation.”

“The magic of Lazy Cakes™, the original relaxation brownie, is in its proprietary blend that includes herbal relaxation aids melatonin, Valerian Root Extract, Rose Hips Extract, and Passion Flower,” the company says.

That’s the problem, according to Fall River Mayor William Flanagan.

“These brownies are laced with melatonin,” he said at a news conference Thursday. “Melatonin is a sleep aid.”

“If someone wants to buy melatonin, that’s fine, but it shouldn’t be in a brownie that’s packaged to attract kids,” he added.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Doug Cope reports

There’s about eight milligrams of melatonin in each of the so-called brownies. Even a single serving size, which is half the brownie, far exceeds the recommended dose.

“In Europe, the common prescription as a sleep aid for adults is .03 milligrams,” said Dr. John Benanti, the head of Emergency Services at South Shore Hospital. “So this would be a lot, even for adults.”

The makers of Lazy Cakes issued this statement:

“We have not been contacted by the Mayor’s office in regard to their specific questions about our product but we welcome a conversation with Mr. Flanagan. We created Lazy Cakes to provide adults with a great-tasting way to combat the stress associated with our fast-paced lives. Ingredients include items that anyone can purchase at any health food or vitamin store, such as melatonin, Valerian Root Extract, Rose Hips Extract, and Passion Flower. Each Brownie is clearly labeled to indicate that we recommend that Lazy Cakes be enjoyed by adults only. We encourage parents to check the label before providing this or any product to their children.” -Terry Harris, CEO of HBB, LLC, makers of Lazy Cakes.

Flanagan said that’s not enough to keep the brownies on store shelves in his city.

“Even though the product says it’s not intended for children’s use, its psychedelic packaging and its cartoon character, known as Lazy Larry, indicate otherwise,” he said.

Flanagan asked the City Council to pass an ordinance to ban it from stores.

New Bedford City Councilor Bruce Duarte, Jr. has filed a motion to set an ordinance in his city to ban or regulate the sale of Lazy Cakes.

Duartesaid he only found out about them on Thursday and started doing some research online.

“One of the articles I had read was how a two-year-old had gotten a hold of one of these brownies, ate it and had to be hospitalized. That was certainly concerning to me,” he told WBZ NewsRadio 1030 Friday.

“These products, in my opinion, are geared toward children.”

“If these are not suitable for children, in my opinion they should be where the cigarettes are.”

Even though the package indicates the cakes are not for kids, Duarte said that’s not enough to stop them from being sold.

“I don’t know that the person who may be 16, 17, or 18 years old at the register is checking ID’s when they’re selling these products.”

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  • Hyper-success

    Lazy Cakes……Hahahaaa… the modern version of weed, except this one looks like a pop tart. A TRUE example of our culture and identity of the future generation

    • Hairy Herry

      Yet these same politicians have no problem with our kids getting drugged by Ritalin and other pharma, often at the recommendation of one’s teacher. They can whine and moan all they wish about “It’s a legal prescription” but these same blowhards and their upper-crust politicos in C0nGr3$$ have likely received contributions from these same big $$ pharma.

      If this nation is TRULY SERIOUS about the drug War and returning our already-lost freedoms, eliminating political contributions from big pharma would be a nice start.

    • icetrout

      Stupid Politician just looking for free attention.


        “The guy who released the one study that showed a correlation lost his medical license”

        You mean the guy that said that they could be related, and that vaccine autism connection needed more study? Yeah there’s no cartel cause they told you so… Go back to sleep, drink your fluoride, eat your MSG, take your shots laced with fetal tissue and thiomersal, and when your body rots from the inside out have fun trying to guess what did it to you. TOOL!!!

      • MD

        Do your research. Immmunizations are not related to autism – MANY studies have shown this. The guy who released the one study that showed a correlation lost his medical license. Get your facts straight.

      • pazzammie

        What about the 28 vaccines babies have to get? They don’t say anything about that with autism going up 6000 percent.Well the one facet of society that hasn’t had a 6000 percent increase in Autism is the Amish because they don’t pump their kids with pharma cartel vaccines….but yeah! Brownies ooooo scary.

      • ww

        Should just call them Democrat cakes.

      • bddd


    • Eduardo

      The real danger is the Valerian root, especially for children or pregnant women, but anyone can have a bad reaction. Just because some of these ingredients are over the counter supplements, does not mean they should be put in food products aimed at children and stupid adults. You cannot regulate how much you are ingesting as you can with a supplement, and kids will keep eating sweets like this to the point of toxic levels, and are much more easily overdosed on ingredients because of their size.
      Large doses or chronic use may result in stomach ache, apathy, and a feeling of mental dullness or mild depression. Because of the herb’s tranquilizer properties, it may cause dizziness or drowsiness, effects that should be considered before driving or operating heavy or hazardous equipment.[24] In some individuals, valerian can cause stomach ache, anxiety, and night terrors .
      In rare cases, valerian may cause an allergic reaction, typically as a skin rash, hives, or difficulty breathing.[24]

      Because the compounds in valerian produce central nervous system depression, they should not be used with other depressants, such as alcohol, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, or opiates.[26][27][28] Moreover, nonpregnant adult human hepatotoxicity has been associated with short-term use (i.e., a few days to several months) of herbal preparations containing valerian and Scutellaria (commonly called Skullcap).[29] Long-term use in a male has also been associated with benzodiazepine-like withdrawal symptoms, resulting in cardiac complications and delirium

    • Matt Hayne
    • pazzammie

      The future generations are wasted on kiddie pills like synthetic cocaine from the school shrinks.They will just be a burden on society and flushed down the toilet anyway trying to pay the national debt.
      It looks like Sponge Bob She it Pants to me or Sponge Bob Sheet pants after a hygiene mishap not a poptart.

    • chemist

      Lazy cakes are very far removed from weed, even if they’re designed to capitalize on marijuana imagery. Melatonin is a naturally occurring chemical in the brain and isn’t even proven to directly cause sleepiness, but rather helps mediate the circadian rhythm; eating a brownie in daylight will probably not cause any noticeable effect unless the person sleeps on a nocturnal cycle because of work or whatever.

      • pazzammie

        I bought one of these,got REAL sleepy tried to walk,and felt like I was going to puke.My head felt funny in an unpleasant way like a steel ball smashing back and forth when you’d move your head.
        I crawled back to the couch passed out,had WEIRD unpleasant dreams,and eventually woke up the next morning feeling….unrested.
        You could use these for date rape.They are always sold out where I live.I agree w/the label DO NOT TRY TO DRIVE when eating these.
        They suck,and they will mess you up,and I wouldn’t say in a good way.
        I am surprised they are legal.They sell them in a gas station here.
        But why not? kids can get synthetic cocaine like Ritalin (methamphetamine) and all sorts of other drugs legally that copy the illegal ones. They just have to get the from the man in the white coat who pushes the pharma cartel pushers.
        I guess they know how to dope the kids up just right so they learn to be a burden on society in the schools.I think they just don’t like that these are being sold in gas stations instead of pushed by teachers and drug companies.

      • AntiLily

        That’s why they want them pulled. They’ll regulate water to make us drink fluoride and harden our pineal gland but they’ll BAN anything that might awaken us from this STUPOR.

    • whitneymuse

      Laced with an herbal “drug” for kids? What were they thinking?

    • racefanaz

      taxachusets , boston, and dopey southies in general NEVER EVER take responsibility for themselves, lazy cakes basically describes ALL southies

      • Joe

        Hey RaceFanaz….did you know that South Boston had the highest attrition rate per capita in the ENTIRE UNITED STATES during the VIET NAM WAR?…another A hole from Cambridge that doesnt know what they are talking about

      • John Miller

        “South Boston had the highest attrition rate per capita in the ENTIRE UNITED STATES during the VIET NAM WAR?”

        In other words, the most incompetent soldiers in the U.S. came from South Boston.

    • darryl

      are you that lazy?

    • racefanaz

      @ Joe, hey im NOT from cambridge or whatever, i wouldn’t live in that northeast union leftist nightmare for any amount of money,
      and if the southies had the highest atrrition in the US during that old vietnam thing, MAYBE THEY SHOULD HAVE DUCKED THE DOPES , come to think of it,
      in my 5 years of active dutiy in the Marines, i cant recal a SINGLE person from the bawstun area

      • Boston Blackie

        i cannot believe that..John Kerry served in Vietnam..just ask him

      • Mary

        Maybe you should take a visit to one of the several Marine recruiting stations in Massachusetts then, instead of demonstrating your ignorance. My brother (from the “Bawstun” area) is an active duty Marine, and was one of MANY recent recruits. Young men and women are being recruited and signing up from this area on a constant basis- he is home on leave at the moment for that very reason.

    • lolindeed

      The future generation can’t wait until ignorant bigots like you die off. People don’t need/want what goes into their bodies regulated by government, and the current generation in power uses morality as justification for making senseless, arbitrary ban-happy laws. Also, the modern version of weed is still weed. “Lazy cakes” have melatonin, which is a naturally-occurring substance. How stupid are you?

      • Jeff Callahan

        @ lolindeed – phuckin ay!

      • Rob

        Seriously…I mean good lord…i thought all the BS being said about bath salts and spice was funny….But this story is seriously passed funny. This seriously tells me that I need to leave this country. EVERY SINGLE INGREDIENT can be bought at ANY shop that sells vitamins. And to ALL the people on here that think this should be banned. and ESPECIALLY to pazzammie or whatever you called yourself…..Im seriously struggling to find a word for yall….pathetic is the closest i can think of…. “You could use these for date rape.. “…. ARE YOU FREAKIN SERIOUS? MAYBE if you fed it to a that 2 year old! People like you just need to die or get the hell out of this country. Yall are the reason why our country is just a few more dumb a@@ laws away from being SOCIALISTIC. If thats what you want, LEAVE. I WANT MY COUNTRY BACK! Right on lolindeed and everyone else that has or uses more that 2% of their brains.

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  • Lakin Lankford

    This is ridiculous. How many other products on the market are “harmful for children”?

    Some more dangerous, unregulated products that immediately come to my mind are:
    Energy Drinks
    Food preservatives

    This is just another example of a government considering to implement a knee-jerk reaction to one or two cases of irresponsible parents or retailers. Big Brother’s gotta save everyone right? It crosses both major political parties. This “need” to regulate everything. This reminds me so much of a few years back when the federal government was considering requiring a choking hazard label on all hot dog packaging. Preposterous!

    • Homer J.

      “The toppings contain potassium benzoate………..that’s bad.”

      “Can I go now ?”

      • afrosheen

        LOL! Well played!

    • racefanaz

      same STUPID dumb democrats that banned the best drink around
      4 LOKO!!

      • John

        Oh yeah right. It’s always Democrats that want things banned. Give me a break.

      • Mark Santeramo

        Um, who are you kidding, seriously, do you even watch or read the news? You know, multiple sites so you can get a well rounded viewpoint of the issues instead of one side of the debate that you get from watching only FOX or MSNBC. Please, both parties do it but LATELY its been the GOP doing the most harm with their legislation outlawing abortions and gay marriage, for example, among other things. So yes, open your eyes to the real world and admit that your own party makes mistakes too. Independents like myself cannot stand hypocritical nonsense.

      • Apathy

        Woodrow Wilson – Prohibition
        Franklin D. Roosevelt – Outlawed Marijuana nationally.

        Democrats want your guns, your smokes, your violent video games. Yes, John – the Democrats are all about control.

      • picomanning

        Don’t forget it was FDR that made gold ownershiup illegal.
        Who made it legal later and when was that? Anyone know?

    • p k d

      These came to my mind:

      Soft drinks
      Fast food

    • Mrs.Opinion

      Don’t forget Visine! Stuff can hospitalize a child for severely low blood pressure – no child proof tops there or government outcry..

      • USDefender

        Oh, and since Visine is marketed as a food with a cool cartoon character on the side… oh wait. I can already tell you’ll be at the front of the Class Action trough when people figure out that drugs in food packages might not be a great idea.

  • DarthVader

    Oh I get by with a little help from my friends, Mmm,I get high with a little help from my friends, Mmm, I’m gonna try with a little help from my friends. …

  • Barry A Kenyan

    Seriously MASS you are one worthless state!! run by libs that just have to be in everyone business. Then you wonder why your state sucks so bad.


      Catch me doing a http://www.liveshot on WBZ tonight.

    • matt

      yes, the libs in MASS suck, but I was unaware we sucked. MASS is an awesome place to live.

    • McSorley

      Yea then tossed your medals on the white house lawn and protested the war you fought in. Congrats

  • TruthMeister

    8 GRAMS per brownie? Can this be right? I take 10 MILLIgrams to get to sleep at night, and even that is high for most people. There are 200 tablets in my bottle. If I took the whole bottle that would still be only 1/4 of what would be in the brownie. I think that amount might kill even an elephant!


      10 GRAMS is the normal ADULT dose! The story is based on sensationalism as usual.

    • Frank Davis

      I have a Lazy Cake once in awhile when I know I’ve got the next day off and really need to sleep in. The directions on the package says eat only have the brownie every four hours. I *blush* eat the whole thing then go to bed. But if you can’t read directions then don’t take it.

      • rmsbl4

        It looks like you have eaten a few of them before posting. (EAT ONLY HAVE).

    • Truthteller

      Relax, the article has a typo- the label says there are 4 mg per cake!

      • bob

        While I beleive that this is a stupid product, it fits into American gratification-culture well. Energy drinks, cars that park themselves, iPhones, the politics of sexuality, “rights” to physical goods and services, Prozac for those who want to feel good about their delusions of living ethical lives, and booster-seat cars for the insecure.

        Cartoons appeal to adults, and their use in advertising doesn’t allow one to conclude that something’s being marketed to kids. “Look, Mabel, those jerks are trying to lure children into buying Mr. Clean!” And what’s up with Honda’s Mr. Opportuinty? I guess Quilted Northern is using its red bears to seduce kids into buying toilet-paper.

    • Lamont

      As usual, the media gets it wrong.

      There are only 4 mg of melatonin in each brownie.

      The site says they are not for children.

      I’ve taken melatonin before and it does not get you high or make you feel euphoric, just a little sleepy.

      If you take melatonin long enough, it will stop working.

      • Voyager

        Well, looking at the dosage and toxicity for Melatonin, I found this:
        http://www.nap.edu/openbook.php?record_id=10882&page=368 which references other studies that seem to indicate melatonin requires an extremely high dosage before you start seeing harmful effects, but that some people also show harmful side effects are far lower doses. Still, it looks like most people can take well over 1,000 mg (1 gram) a day with no noticeable side effects. It doesn’t do anything for you beyond around 0.5mg, but it doesn’t kill you either.

        Basically, it looks like these brownies are probably completely safe for kids, except for the one who are outliers that show strong reactions to low doses, and in that case, the susceptibility won’t go away as the kid gets older.

        Tempest in a teapot

      • Sean

        Herculano Fecteau,
        Not only is your post a clear indication that you simply cannot think for yourself, but the mere fact that you actually used words like “doper, bozo, and toot” make it achingly obvious that you’re just a conservative soccer mom who probably considers wine coolers to be a hard drug. Live a little, ok?
        “Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.”
        – Benjamin Franklin

      • Ron Washington

        i agree with you lamont… apparently Herculano Fectablahblah is used to having people do his/her thinking for them. its getting pretty sad in this country that all you have to say is “what about the children” and all of a sudden you have just lost the right to make decisions for yourself. Herculano is a brainwashed twit. If you don’t think its good for your children don’t buy them. Many parents give their children melatonin to help them sleep you ignorant schmuck (this is addressed to Herculano). Get a grip

      • Dreamtime

        This has got to be the stupidest idea for a product. Chocolate covered Melatonin. I can’t believe there is a market for this. It should be taken off the shelves for making people fat and lazy. Duhhh

      • Herculano Fecteau

        Excuse me — we’re not talking about you or any other adult “legal” dopers here. We’re talking about a toxproicduct which appears to be being promoted with a marketing strategy aimed at little children. It’s obvious this is not just another example of “nanny-state” over-reaction. Parents who are irrresponsible to feed these dangerously “legal treats” to small children are the same sort of bozos who might give their kids a shot of brandy or a few tokes off a jointm=, or a little “toot”, to “help them get to sleep”. And any idiot, like yourself, who would downplay the dangers of such a “snack” to children is equally deserving of the “bozo” designation.

      • Chris

        Herculano Fecteau, from the available medical studies of melatonin on children no side effects have been observed. But what concerns me about your comment is that you think laws can protect children from irresponsible parents. If you actually thought through this belief to its logical conclusion, I think you’d realize how useless it is. In fact, you already admitted how useless it is with your brandy example. So how exactly is banning melatonin-laced brownies going to protect children?

      • USDefender

        As usual the idiots comment who can’t actually read. According to the label there are 4MG of “Proprietary Calming Blend Melatonin” in every 1/2 brownie. Even in idiot math 1/2 x 2 = 1 (4 x 2 = 8).

    • shamrock

      Had you read and comprehended the article you would have known that there are eight (8) MILLIgrams of melatonin in each brownie and the serving size is one half (1/2) of a brownie. Pay attention to what you read and you won’t look foolish when posting.

  • brian

    based in the unemployment stats i dont think we need anything to make us lazier
    and i dont think the state or federal government needs to get involved in anything that has to do with private business.

    • racefanaz

      those stupid southies dont want to work anyway, they’re democrats

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  • Jonathan Berger

    really? REALLY? these poeple should have enough common sense to be able to watch thier children and keep them from eating these. The issue becomes, that they don’t have the time or the initiative to take care fo their children properly, so they have to resort to a nanny state government coming in and forcing the company to stop making the product so they don’t have to take ANY responsibility.

    • rmsbl4

      COMMON SENSE? Look at all the stories of kids deciding to take a walk out of the house and the parents didn’t know where they had gone. COMMON SENSE.

      • fsgdf

        right they were probably following a cartoon holding brownies.

  • Tom

    They should introduce the cousin cake to “Lazy Larry”. They can call it BUTT FACE BILLY. What an A—-le

  • Special Treats

    I want to try one because after a hard day at work mmmm good, “special” legal brownies too funny.

  • NES

    8 grams?! Are you sure it’s not 8 mg? 3 to 5 mg is the typical amount in sleep aid supplements, and one-tenth of those amounts has been found to be enough to induce sleep. BTW, melatonin is also a natural hormone secreted from the pineal gland in the brain that regulates our sleep cycle and is also found naturally in some foods. It’s also great for resetting one’s sleep cycle while recovering from jet lag.

  • toker

    4:20 is better.

    • S. Toner

      much, much better. here in CA, its always 4:20!

    • gsgfdsdfg

      aren’t you clever

  • racefanaz

    WHY IS IT that all you dummies from taxa chusests keep voting for these drunk irish democrat leftists?! YOU PEOPLE keep voting for them its YOUR OWN FAULT, by comparison WE IN THE FREE REPUBLIC OF ARIZONA DO NOT!! if we can do it SO CAN YOU!! .. FREE YOURSELVES

    • Mikey

      yep got that right. liberal fascists want to regulate every aspect of our lives. Arizona is a beautiful state. i plan to buy some real estate there as soon as I can.

  • over_governed

    Just another example of our oppressive government wanting to rule every aspect of our lives.

    • bob

      This back-&-forth misses the point. There are control freaks in both government and business who want to run your lives. All they have to do is provide gratifications, whether convenience-gadgets, broad-coverage insurance for routine events, sense-filling experiences, or cars that park themselves (on one hand), or promises of hand-outs, “rights” to physical goods and services, or over-the-top “for-your-own-good” health-&-safety regulations. A dependent population doesn’t rock the boat. The Dems pursue a big mother government run by elitist “experts” that treat citizens like lab rats to be trained, and the corporate Republicans promote a caricature of personal responsibility and autonomy for the few that amounts to essentially the same loss of autonomy and responsibility for citizens as the Dems’ Big Mother government.

    • Herculano Fecteau

      Sorry – can’t say
      I’m worried about “oppressive government” in this case. More like another example of a greedy, irresponsible capitalist “entrepreneur” conspiring to keep you “lazy Larries” (and your kids, if, God forbid, your polluted genes are still capable of reproducing) lazy, ignorant, stupid, and sedated from cosmic and political reality. Get off the crack pipe and wake the hell up. Sometimes the government is your friend.

      • AABB

        Uh, herc ~ no one forces anybody to buy anything (well, except for the Federal Government, but I digress….). Yours and others’ posts imply that people are incapable of thinking for themselves and making their own decisions,about what to buy or put in their bodies, independent of a meddlesome Federal Government or “greedy” corporations. You and all the other corporate America-hating kool-aid drinkers need to realize that corporations provide employment and are in business to make MONEY and it is up to people to decide for themselves whether or not to purchase their products.

      • Ron Washington

        No I don’t think the government has a right to say what adults can put in their body. I own my body pure and simple. I’m sure you probably support a woman’s right to choose what she does with her body but someone I can’t eat chocolate covered melatonin ? Fine I will go to GNC and then stop by Kroger and buy chocolate and make my own. You use the same old scare tactic ” big bad corporation trying to harm the children” What a piece of work you are. So any Business is bad but government is your friend?

  • AWorkingAmerican

    If you haven’t heard of Lazy Cakes… authorities wish it would stay that way”…. I haven’t heard of hem. Does this then qualify as irresponsible journalism? I’m not a big fan of WBZ as they have gone from news to gossip, and every time I wonder across their site, they do nothing to dispel that thought.

  • Hank Warren

    Food police, yet another violation of our rights. Add it to the list of gov’t violations of our right:
    They violate the 1st Amendment by placing protesters in cages, banning books like “America Deceived II” and censoring the internet.
    They violate the 2nd Amendment by confiscating guns.
    They violate the 4th and 5th Amendment by molesting airline passengers.
    They violate the entire Constitution by starting undeclared wars for foreign countries.
    Impeach Obama and sweep out the Congress.
    (Last link of Banned Book):

  • Kevin

    They are misstating the information. Just did some checking and these contain a total of 3.9mg of melatonin, not 8 grams. Obviously these “officials” need to do some actual research and not jump to conclusions based on the first hit when they do a google search. One word…”idiots”.

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  • Fanny Forbes Franklen

    New Bedford City Councilor Bruce Duarte, Jr. is a mentally deficient moron if this is what he thinks is important. Government is degenerate as the people that live by sucking your wealth through taxes with the threat of force.


  • Goldie

    Totalitarian a##holes.

  • Marbran

    So it took me all of one minute to go to the web site and find the nutritional information. Each brownie serving contains 4mg of melatonin, with two servings per package, for a total of 8mg per package. 1/1000th of the amount reported by CBS.

  • Charlie

    I have sent the following email to the news staff:
    Regarding your article entitled, “Fall River, New Bedford Try To Ban ‘Lazy Cakes’” you have included inaccurate information which lists that Lazy Cakes contain 8 grams of Melatonin. Rather, they contain approximately 4mg of Melatonin. Please issue a correction for this error. Additionally, your article is conveniently laconic when it says only that Melatonin is a “sleep-aid.” You fail to mention that Melatonin is produced naturally by humans, is an life-extending anti-oxidant, has virtually no mammalian toxicity (c. 100-200mg/kg toxicity rates), and is quite distinct from narcotic sleep-aids. Finally, you do not mention that each of the ingredients in a Lazy Cake (Melatonin, Passion Flower, Valerian root, etc.) is readily available to anyone of any age at any grocery store or pharmacy. In the future, you should provide a more balanced approach and ensure your information is accurate. Articles such as this encourage unnecessary fearing mongering through misdirection, misinformation, and obfuscation.

  • Jennifer Ward

    Good thing I live in Missouri. As far as i know the thought of banning my company’s Bourbon Hemp Brownies hasn’t been given a shooting glance – Thank goodness! The BHB actually has alcohol AND hemp seeds in it – Sacre Coeur! Wonder what they’d do with that?!

    • Jennifer Ward

      Lazy Cakes – now I just HAVE to try one! Good stuff! ;-)

  • John Cowan

    Shall I fall in like and say sig hiel!

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