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SCARABS-L  July 2018, Week 4

SCARABS-L July 2018, Week 4

Subject:

Re: The Scarabs Newsletter

From:

Stephen Thorpe <[log in to unmask]>

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Stephen Thorpe <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 25 Jul 2018 04:47:06 +0000

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Issues 1-83 are all web archived, e.g. https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__web.archive.org_web_20170706205719_http-3A__museum.unl.edu_research_entomology_Scarabs-2DNewsletter.htm&d=DwIFaQ&c=Cu5g146wZdoqVuKpTNsYHeFX_rg6kWhlkLF8Eft-wwo&r=0dKKCbLpmQdJFjZyUmOJ0zynkd3L5iKZhe8uuB-rQwE&m=_b-k_lAJa00pFqmK_z5_kYhE3ksdGkyBh6sZASzZJjQ&s=3mOg_iMua3_PLEt1vHWBlzxnKzALGY-U5KklV0jg9nE&e=

What goes on the web, stays on the web!

Stephen

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On Wed, 25/7/18, Frank T. Krell <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

 Subject: Re: The Scarabs Newsletter
 To: [log in to unmask]
 Received: Wednesday, 25 July, 2018, 4:23 PM
 
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 Why not using ResearchGate to put
 those pdfs up? With or without the glamour photos. I do not
 care about those photos, and always found them misplaced in
 Scarabs,
  but Barney Streit, the main editor, takes glamour
 photography seriously: 
 https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__barney-2Dstreit.squarespace.com_about_&d=DwIFaQ&c=Cu5g146wZdoqVuKpTNsYHeFX_rg6kWhlkLF8Eft-wwo&r=0dKKCbLpmQdJFjZyUmOJ0zynkd3L5iKZhe8uuB-rQwE&m=_b-k_lAJa00pFqmK_z5_kYhE3ksdGkyBh6sZASzZJjQ&s=Wh8hxxoAdZQ_sP0Z8G9aTDobbCTJWD9oWDf2Ei3SZww&e= Not sure if
 he would appreciate seeing his art being
 censored. 
 I guess it would be the decision
 of the editors of Scarabs. 
 I don’t know if there are any
 policies against glamour photography on Research Gate. They
 might not have thought such things. It doesn’t happen too
 often in research
  papers. 
    
 I have only print outs of almost
 all Scarab Newsletters, because I am stupendously unsure
 about electronic sources and archives, but somebody
 certainly has all
  the pdfs. If the editors don’t want to go the Research
 Gate route, somebody else might want to? 
    
 Frank 
    
    
 Dr. Frank-Thorsten
 Krell 
   
 Senior Curator of Entomology,
 Editor-in-Chief 
 Commissioner and Councillor,
 International Commission on Zoological
 Nomenclature 
 Department of Zoology 
 Denver Museum of Nature &
 Science 
 2001 Colorado Blvd 
 Denver, Colorado 80205-5798,
 U.S.A. 
 [log in to unmask] 
 Phone 303.370.8244 
 Fax 303.331.6492 
 https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__www.dmns.org_krell-2Dlab&d=DwIFaQ&c=Cu5g146wZdoqVuKpTNsYHeFX_rg6kWhlkLF8Eft-wwo&r=0dKKCbLpmQdJFjZyUmOJ0zynkd3L5iKZhe8uuB-rQwE&m=_b-k_lAJa00pFqmK_z5_kYhE3ksdGkyBh6sZASzZJjQ&s=0O8InqarL0wVxa79OVt5B7H9PG-xb_QlIUOvIV5eUFc&e=  
  
   
 The Museum’s mission is to be a
 catalyst and ignite the community’s passion for nature and
 science. 
    
    
    
    
    
 
 
 From: Scarab Beetle Taxonomy Discussion
 List <[log in to unmask]>
 On Behalf Of James Harrison
 
 Sent: Tuesday, July 24, 2018 5:15 AM
 
 To: [log in to unmask]
 
 Subject: Re: The Scarabs Newsletter 
 
 
    
 Dear Scarab Workers 
 
 
 
 I agree with Paul, let’s not lose all the valuable and
 interesting scarab biological notes, scarab worker history,
 techniques, collecting and museum trip data within the
 “Scarabs” newsletter. I second an approach where all
 inappropriate text and images are
  removed (deleted) and the newsletter is relaunched on their
 original hosting portals.
 
 
 
 
 Like it or not the broader entomological community has their
 eye on us “Scarab Folk” as to how we are going to
 respond here. I chose a respectful and proactive response
 where the grievances raised are addressed (removed) and the
 data and science are preserved!
 
 
 
 
 Any newsletter is hard work and difficult to produce and
 thus I applaud all editors and authors to Scarabs for the
 time and work that they put into its entomological content.
 Now offers an opportunity for a revised / new editorial
 committee and appropriate
  thanks and gratitude to those that have kept this
 newsletter running. 
 
 
 
 Let’s look forward! 
 
 Let’s respond to the broader entomological community in a
 respectful, responsible and mature manner!
 
 
 
 
 Sincerely 
 
 James 
 
 
 
 
 
 -----Original Message----- 
 
 From: Scarab Beetle Taxonomy Discussion List [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
 On Behalf Of Paul S. Robbins
 
 
 Sent: 24 July 2018 02:28 AM 
 
 To: [log in to unmask]
 
 
 Subject: Re: The Scarabs Newsletter 
 
 
 
 It seems like we are throwing the baby out with the bath
 water. Can’t a program like Adobe Professional be used to
 remove the “objectionable” images from each individual
 newsletter and solve the problem?
 
 
 
 
 Sent from my iPhone 
 
 
 
 > On Jul 23, 2018, at 8:23 PM, JF Mate <[log in to unmask]>
 wrote:
 
 
 > 
 
 > With only partial information it is difficult to know
 how the events 
 
 > proceeded, but it appears that instead of some
 compromise solution we 
 
 > got knee-jerk reaction in response to a letter sent to
 ESA that may 
 
 > have killed the newsletter and resulted in the erasure
 of files. I 
 
 > fail to see how this is an improvement on either
 publication standards 
 
 > or discourse, and I hope that back-up copies of some
 form will find 
 
 > their way to some online repository (probably in +90
 years). 
 
 > 
 
 > Though some of the content was past its use-by-date, I
 agree with 
 
 > Alberto that the (permanent?) deletion of the files is
 worrisome and a 
 
 > form of rewriting history, and if history has shown us
 anything is 
 
 > that the scrubbing can be endless. Behaviours and ideas
 change and 
 
 > what may be acceptable today may not be in 20 years,
 but we can´t hold 
 
 > people responsible for past behaviours that were
 acceptable then 
 
 > against current standards, and we can´t pretend we
 didn´t make dubious 
 
 > choices in our past. Although codes of conduct are part
 and parcel of 
 
 > professional societies, they are agreed upon for future
 behaviour and 
 
 > not projected on the past, and certainly not used as a
 blunt tool to 
 
 > scrub the past. 
 
 > 
 
 > It also it sets a bad precedent for electronic
 publications in 
 
 > general. If journals can, at whim, erase the work of
 people who 
 
 > obviously saw their contribution (most of the
 newsletter was purely 
 
 > entomological) as more than mere tweets, then we must
 also accept that 
 
 > any electronic publication can suffer a similar fate.
 Even 
 
 > peer-reviewed publications, though probably better
 protected, may be 
 
 > targeted, and we can´t ignore the possibility that
 professional 
 
 > societies or publishers may feel tempted to
 preemptively sanitize the 
 
 > past every time society turns a corner. Written
 records, once public, 
 
 > should be immutable, to be argued for or against, but
 always publicly. 
 
 > Once the gauntlet is opened, even for noble intentions,
 it has been 
 
 > opened to all. 
 
 > 
 
 > Jason 
 
 > 
 
 > On 23 July 2018 at 22:50, Alberto Ballerio 
 
 > <[log in to unmask]>
 wrote:
 
 
 >> ..a point which absurdly seems not to have been
 considered (and this is 
 
 >> serious provided that we are in a scientific
 context) is that those pdfs 
 
 >> contained valuable scientific information and that
 the majority of authors 
 
 >> who published there did it in good faith. So they
 should have been 
 
 >> consulted before being humiliated that way. Now all
 such imformation has 
 
 >> disappeared. Please always rememeber that the past
 is the past, maybe 
 
 >> somebody made mistakes (I am not however convinced
 that the contents were 
 
 >> insulting), however saying "from now onwards
 we won't tolerate ..." could 
 
 >> be ok, saying that we must cancel also what
 happened in the past (...and 
 
 >> for over ten years it seems that nobody bothered
 about the issue) is not 
 
 >> appropriate at all. Basically doing things like
 this is more or less 
 
 >> equivalent to burning books because they contain
 information which is not 
 
 >> aligned with the mainstream ideology or bombing
 ancient monuments because 
 
 >> they offend a religion. 
 
 >> So, I hope that the scientific reason will
 eventually prevail over 
 
 >> ideological issues and that we could have access
 again to the pdfs. I am 
 
 >> not completely contrary to a policy for the future,
 but, once again, the 
 
 >> past is the past. 
 
 >> Finally a reflection on what Barney Streit wrote
 about newsletters, i.e. 
 
 >> that the era of newletters is over. It seems that
 journals which play the 
 
 >> same role of Scarabs (more or less..), such as
 Antenna or American 
 
 >> Entomologist, are still doing well. I agree that
 internet, and above all 
 
 >> new communication tools such as facebook or
 twitter, are posing a very 
 
 >> strong threat to traditional publishing of
 newsletters (because of their 
 
 >> sometimes "epehemeral" contents), however
 we must consider that 
 
 >> traditional publishing still compels people to
 think twice about what they 
 
 >> are writing and to write it in a comprehensive way,
 and this is a very 
 
 >> good thing because it teaches us to think. The new
 communication tools 
 
 >> such as facebook or twitter, on the contrary, leave
 much more room to 
 
 >> superficiality and impulsiveness. I am pretty sure
 that there is a 
 
 >> connection between the current worldwide rise of
 intolerance and populism 
 
 >> and the presence of facebook and twitter as the
 main means of 
 
 >> communication accessible to people. What happened
 to Scarabs is just a 
 
 >> small example. 
 
 >> Regards, 
 
 >> Alberto 
 
 >> 
 
 >>> Dear all, 
 
 >>> I have been following these posts with some
 interest. In truth it seems 
 
 >>> that this is a complicated issue. I appreciate
 that Barney Streit has 
 
 >>> weighed in with the history of these images and
 the newsletter. However, 
 
 >>> as an entomologist, I think that it is
 important for us to be united that 
 
 >>> in professional publications, including
 newsletters, that this kind of 
 
 >>> "fun" is not considered to be funny
 by most of us. I share with you the 
 
 >>> following and I hope that you will consider
 your role as mentors and role 
 
 >>> models for future entomologists. 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> Laura Lavine 
 
 >>> Professor & Chair, Department of Entomology
 
 
 >>> & Associate Director of the Agricultural
 Research Center 
 
 >>> College of Agricultural, Human & Natural
 Resource Sciences | Office of 
 
 >>> Research 
 
 >>> Washington State University 
 
 >>> PO BOX 646240 | Pullman WA 99164-6240 
 
 >>> Phone: 509-335-4563 
 
 >>> | 
 https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__cahnrs.wsu.edu_research_&d=DwIGaQ&c=Cu5g146wZdoqVuKpTNsYHeFX_rg6kWhlkLF8Eft-wwo&r=0dKKCbLpmQdJFjZyUmOJ0zynkd3L5iKZhe8uuB-rQwE&m=LiyAxupcevBHAPsdlk8xg1bwlRyx47FjCrBd6TMd3IA&s=7iw2OjGRh8lJkyaweqtoaZM3JRrjJist9p7DXRcX3Zo&e=
 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> 
 https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__www.entsoc.org_esa-2Dstatement-2Dscarabs-2Dnewsletter&d=DwIGaQ&c=Cu5g146wZdoqVuKpTNsYHeFX_rg6kWhlkLF8Eft-wwo&r=0dKKCbLpmQdJFjZyUmOJ0zynkd3L5iKZhe8uuB-rQwE&m=LiyAxupcevBHAPsdlk8xg1bwlRyx47FjCrBd6TMd3IA&s=Y5buLHnQp-UJjZGHVHM8t3YGZiqDJ8XfIT0rCEiw8ZY&e=
 
 
 >>> ESA Statement on “Scarabs” Newsletter 
 
 >>> July 19, 2018 
 
 >>> To ESA members and the entomology profession at
 large: 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> Like so many of our members in the insect
 science community, we at the 
 
 >>> Entomological Society of America were disturbed
 to learn recently of the 
 
 >>> highly inappropriate imagery and language used
 in a long-running 
 
 >>> newsletter published by a group of
 entomologists specializing in scarab 
 
 >>> beetles. 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> Such communication that objectifies and demeans
 people has no place in 
 
 >>> science and runs counter to ESA’s stated
 principles and commitment to 
 
 >>> advancing inclusion and equality within the
 entomological profession. We 
 
 >>> applaud the swift action taken by the
 organizations hosting the newsletter 
 
 >>> to remove the offending content, and we
 encourage both those directly 
 
 >>> involved and the profession at large to view
 this incident as a learning 
 
 >>> experience about the continuing responsibility
 we all must take on in 
 
 >>> pursuit of these goals. 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> The Entomological Society of America has made
 an ongoing commitment to 
 
 >>> holding its members to the highest standards of
 professional conduct, and 
 
 >>> we recognize that much work still needs to be
 done. In recent years, ESA 
 
 >>> has instituted a code of conduct for its
 events, established a protocol 
 
 >>> for attendees to report harassment or other
 inappropriate behavior, and 
 
 >>> launched a diversity and inclusion initiative
 to further our efforts to 
 
 >>> foster mentorship, encouragement, tolerance,
 and mutual respect in the 
 
 >>> entomological profession. 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> The ESA Systematics, Evolution, and
 Biodiversity Section (SysEB) and the 
 
 >>> ESA Student Affairs Committee (SAC) have, in
 reaction to this event, 
 
 >>> offered recommendations for how the Society can
 further support an 
 
 >>> inclusive and diverse membership. (See SysEB
 statement and SAC letter.) 
 
 >>> ESA’s volunteer leaders take these
 recommendations seriously and will 
 
 >>> formally consider them in August during the
 next meeting of the ESA 
 
 >>> Governing Board. 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> As always, ESA encourages input and feedback
 from members. If you have 
 
 >>> questions, concerns, or comments on this
 subject, please email ESA 
 
 >>> Executive Director David Gammel at [log in to unmask]
 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> Sincerely, 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> Michael P. Parrella, Ph.D. 
 
 >>> President, Entomological Society of America 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> -----Original Message----- 
 
 >>> From: Scarab Beetle Taxonomy Discussion List
 <[log in to unmask]>
 
 
 >>> On Behalf Of Clarke Scholtz 
 
 >>> Sent: Monday, July 23, 2018 6:07 AM 
 
 >>> To: [log in to unmask]
 
 
 >>> Subject: Re: The Scarabs Newsletter 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> I'm intrigued to hear "part" of
 the story - there is undoubtedly something 
 
 >>> "outsiders" have missed! If anyone
 nearer to the production of the 
 
 >>> newsletter has the time or inclination to tell
 us more, please do so. 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> Best wishes to all, 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> Clarke 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> Professor Clarke Scholtz 
 
 >>> Scarab Research Group 
 
 >>> Department of Zoology & Entomology 
 
 >>> University of Pretoria 
 
 >>> Pretoria 0002 - RSA 
 
 >>> Fax +27 12 362 5242 
 
 >>> Phone +27 12 420 3236 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> Website: 
 
 >>> 
 https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__dungbeetlesforafrica.wix.com_scarabresearchgroup&d=DwIFaQ&c=Cu5g146wZdoqVuKpTNsYHeFX_rg6kWhlkLF8Eft-wwo&r=0dKKCbLpmQdJFjZyUmOJ0zynkd3L5iKZhe8uuB-rQwE&m=dll49-acv4XpCMsFQHRuXwo3pYswD8lfF89wM_d5u-U&s=7mYaBiYrz1yj7NxpJyMVE7tnZFkD9aaM0_H-8NsCBAQ&e=
 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>>
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 >>> This message and attachments are subject to a
 disclaimer. Please refer to 
 
 >>> 
 https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__www.it.up.ac.za_documentation_governance_disclaimer_&d=DwIFaQ&c=Cu5g146wZdoqVuKpTNsYHeFX_rg6kWhlkLF8Eft-wwo&r=0dKKCbLpmQdJFjZyUmOJ0zynkd3L5iKZhe8uuB-rQwE&m=dll49-acv4XpCMsFQHRuXwo3pYswD8lfF89wM_d5u-U&s=z_DLrrsf7hQ3Tzx6cYfDkUM-VA8NmXu0XZGetoiB_7M&e=
 
 
 >>> for full details. / Hierdie boodskap en
 aanhangsels is aan 'n 
 
 >>> vrywaringsklousule onderhewig. Volledige
 besonderhede is by 
 
 >>> 
 https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__www.it.up.ac.za_documentation_governance_disclaimer_&d=DwIFaQ&c=Cu5g146wZdoqVuKpTNsYHeFX_rg6kWhlkLF8Eft-wwo&r=0dKKCbLpmQdJFjZyUmOJ0zynkd3L5iKZhe8uuB-rQwE&m=dll49-acv4XpCMsFQHRuXwo3pYswD8lfF89wM_d5u-U&s=z_DLrrsf7hQ3Tzx6cYfDkUM-VA8NmXu0XZGetoiB_7M&e=
 
 
 >>> beskikbaar. 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> -----Original Message----- 
 
 >>> From: Scarab Beetle Taxonomy Discussion List
 
 
 >>> [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
 On Behalf Of Olivier DECOBERT
 
 
 >>> Sent: 22 July 2018 08:02 AM 
 
 >>> To: [log in to unmask]
 
 
 >>> Subject: The Scarabs Newsletter 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> Hi everybody, here is a message from Barney
 Streit. He asked me to 
 
 >>> transmit to the Scarabs Discussion Group: 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> Greetings from Tucson, Arizona. Rich is off
 collecting somewhere south of 
 
 >>> the border, and is missing all the fun. I would
 like to make some 
 
 >>> observations about our newsletter and draw a
 conclusion about its future. 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> Scarabs started as a tiny newsletter that was
 printed and mailed to 
 
 >>> amateur entomologists in Southern California in
 December, 1990. We never 
 
 >>> created a mission statement, but if we did, it
 would read something like 
 
 >>> "To disseminate good information about
 scarab beetles and those who study 
 
 >>> them in a fun, easy-to-read format." I
 think we have accomplished that. 
 
 >>> The list of contributors reads like a
 "Who's Who" of coleopterists. 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> The objection the current leadership of The
 Coleopterists Society has is 
 
 >>> about the running gag about our so-called
 "employees." These are all 
 
 >>> friends of mine (lucky me!) and were eager to
 get into the newsletter and 
 
 >>> give it some fun, beauty and humor. Not one
 ever felt objectified or 
 
 >>> denigrated. Moreover, in the 28 years since the
 first issue, I have 
 
 >>> received this many complaints about its
 content: 0. We have even had nice 
 
 >>> contributions from female coleopterists, which,
 in my mind, is a testament 
 
 >>> to the camaraderie and cohesiveness of the
 worldwide scarab community. 
 
 >>> What a friendly and fantastic group! 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> The leadership claims they have received
 complaints. Why anyone would 
 
 >>> complain to the web host, and not the editors,
 is beyond me. The proper 
 
 >>> approach would be to tell the complainer
 "This content is free - you paid 
 
 >>> nothing for it. If you do not like it, please
 do not read it." Instead, 
 
 >>> they chose to remove the all the issues from
 their website. This was 
 
 >>> followed by an equally gutless copycat action
 at the University of 
 
 >>> Nebraska. 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> In this Age of Information, information is
 becoming more and more 
 
 >>> electronic, and less printed. Removal, such as
 seen here, is tantamount to 
 
 >>> censorship by book burning. I strongly object
 to the insinuation that 
 
 >>> Scarabs is sexist, and therefore objectionable.
 My take is precisely the 
 
 >>> opposite: I find the leadership of The
 Coleopterists Bulletin 
 
 >>> objectionable - not the newsletter. Their
 actions are bizarre, insane, 
 
 >>> perverted, mean spirited, and they give me the
 creeps! The current 
 
 >>> leadership is, beyond doubt, a destructive
 force: suppressing information 
 
 >>> in the name of some self-conceived,
 quasi-religious, cultural or moral 
 
 >>> standard. That will always be part of their
 legacy. Their self-righteous 
 
 >>> attitude emboldens them to suppress the very
 information that future 
 
 >>> generations of entomologists may find helpful.
 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> What is the future of Scarabs? The newsletter
 must cease, but not for the 
 
 >>> reasons one might think. We now find ourselves
 in the post-newsletter era. 
 
 >>> We have witnessed this phenomenon throughout
 history. A recent example is 
 
 >>> the demise of the point-and-shoot cameras,
 brought about by cell phone 
 
 >>> cameras. In the same way, the Internet has
 killed the beetle newsletter. 
 
 >>> Currently, we have received one article in the
 past six months; not nearly 
 
 >>> enough to sustain a newsletter. This lack of
 submissions is nobody's 
 
 >>> fault; it is the natural evolution of
 information dispersal. The only 
 
 >>> advantage the newsletter has is that the
 information contained therein is 
 
 >>> archived, but that advantage disappears if the
 newsletter itself 
 
 >>> disappears. 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> Perhaps all 86 issues and the Index will be
 posted on one or more websites 
 
 >>> with more mature, common sense leadership so
 that it remains accessible to 
 
 >>> entomologists of the future - anyone is welcome
 to do so. It is all about 
 
 >>> preserving the free flow of information. This
 is why I saved the 
 
 >>> Scarabaeus newsletter from extinction by
 scanning it and having it posted. 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> Meanwhile, I have a great many creative
 projects to attend to. I would 
 
 >>> like to thank the multitude of amateurs and
 professionals from around the 
 
 >>> world, and you and Rich, as well as Bill
 Warner, who so readily and 
 
 >>> selflessly gave your time and effort to
 sharing. 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> Warm Regards, 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> Barney 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> -- 
 
 >>> This message and attachments are subject to a
 disclaimer. 
 
 >>> 
 
 >>> Please refer to 
 
 >>> 
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 >>> <https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__upnet.up.ac.za_services_it_documentation_docs_004167.pdf&d=DwIFaQ&c=Cu5g146wZdoqVuKpTNsYHeFX_rg6kWhlkLF8Eft-wwo&r=0dKKCbLpmQdJFjZyUmOJ0zynkd3L5iKZhe8uuB-rQwE&m=dll49-acv4XpCMsFQHRuXwo3pYswD8lfF89wM_d5u-U&s=FYH6e_g-5ouN53Usn6HTXzK4Xmi4gHJmM5WhjT-R_M4&e=>
  for 
 
 >>> full details. 
 
 >>> 
 
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