Sunday, June 30, 2013

Walt Disney World News and Rumors 6/24/13 - 6/30/13

News and Rumors are gathered from various different sources. All rumors are rumors and are to be taken as such.  


Magic Kingdom

  • a new Orange Slush is available at Cosmic Ray's in Tomorrowland

Disney's Hollywood Studios

  • New bread cones are now available at Min and Bill's Dockside Diner in Echo Lake.  They include a Sausage, Marinara, and Mozzarella cone; a Cajun shrimp salad cone; and a chicken, avocado, and bacon salad cone.

Downtown Disney

  • Curl: By Sammy Duvall has moved it's shop to the Westside, next to Splitsville.

General WDW News

  • More information was released about this week's Limited Time Magic event, Celebrate Independence Day.  The fireworks show at the Magic Kingdom, which is a special show to commemorate the holiday, will begin  at 9 pm on July 3 and 4, and at 10 pm on July 1, 2, 5, 6, and 7. In addition, special treats will be offered at Storybook Treats at the Magic Kingdom, ABC Commissary, Pizza Planet, Backlot Express, Studios Catering Co., Starring Rolls, Rosie’s All-American Cafe, and Fairfax Fare at Disney's Hollywood Studios, and at the Garden Grill and Sunshine Seasons in Epcot.  Finally select Holiday merchandise will be available to celebrate the festivities too.   
  • New options are available at Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique and The Pirates League.  These include transformations to Sofia the First (at BBB in Downtown Disney) and a mermaid and Jake from Jake and the Neverland Pirates (at Pirates League)
  • 2014 WDW Packages get released July 10th.


  • Sofia the First's official meet and greet start date is Aug. 11th.She will be taking over for Handy Manny.

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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Thoughts on Storybook Circus at the Magic Kingdom

Last week, we discussed the newer portion of New Fantasyland, that just recently opened in December.  However, the beginning phase to open in New Fantasyland was actually Storybook Circus.

This area, themed around Dumbo (as well as other circus excitement), opened officially last summer.  It can be found in the former location of Mickey's Toontown and is another equally themed area that the Imagineers did a phenomenal job on.  Let's take a look.

General Musings

The area, which is located in the back of the park, just sort of feels to appear, as most circuses do.  Stopping in town for a brief hello, before it moves on to the next town.  It is filled with lots of bright colors and circus tents.  Make sure to look at the pavement too, as you will find things like "peanut shells" imbedded in.

This new area seems much less crowded once nightfall hits.  I'm sure it's because it's a highly kiddo centric area, featuring Dumbo and The Barnstormer, not to mention the meet and greet opportunities.  However, to me, nighttime is THE BEST time to be back here!  The colors all seem to come alive.  I always love Disney lighting at night, it is what makes the place just sing, but I have to say, Storybook Circus at night has certainly been added as a must stop because of it.

The main draw for Storybook Circus, is of course, the new Dumbo attraction.  Disney has added a second Dumbo spinner and I will admit, I think it is cutting down on the wait times.  I also think the addition of the playground area inside where guests can wait with their pagers is fabulous.  However, I'm gonna be honest, I think that on most days, most of the time, the Dueling Dumbos get people through so fast, that there isn't as much time to play as originally thought.  (Except on truly busy busy days.) Once it is your turn, the cast member will tell you which side to go to, and you will be on your way with Dumbo and Timothy Mouse in just mere minutes.

And have you seen this attraction?  They have added the fountains, which makes it so nice.  The water just sort of makes me feel calmer.  It's so nice that now that they have finally moved the attraction, we get this effect on this coast that some of the others have had for years.  What makes it even more spectacular, and deals with what I'd mentioned earlier, but make sure to ride this one at night.  The fountains have these incredible lights that change colors.  It is so, so gorgeous!

Fantasyland Train Station

For those who are looking to board the train, there is an incredibly themed train station over here.  The details are really just staggering.  This will take you on the grand circle tour of the Magic Kingdom. 

The Barnstormer

If you have a little one, who is ready to ride their first roller coaster, than this is certainly going to be one of your stops.  This attraction takes you on a "plane ride" that Goofy has had a hand in...which you know...always means trouble.

The roller coaster is billed as junior roller coaster ride, which only has one lift hill and is over in like 45 seconds.  So, it's a great beginner coaster to get your little one on as a test.  I've ridden it and while it is fun, I don't think it does much for anyone above the age of maybe 10...and I'm being generous.  But it serves a great purpose as that first gateway coaster to get kids excited for Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and Space Mountain.

Tip: For those who are looking for Fastpasses for this and Dumbo, you can get them over in the tented area to the right of Pete's Silly Sideshow.  Another tip...these Fastpass machines aren't connected, so you can get tickets for both attractions, as well as another attraction and hold three Fastpasses at once.  (This is, of course, until Fastpass+ comes on line, when everything will change.)

Casey Jr. Splash 'n Soak Station

Did you kid bring their bathing suit with them?  If not...steer clear of Casey Jr...unless you don't mind them being a dripping, sopping mess later.  Trust WILL get wet!  If you're ready to get wet, then this has to be one of the most fun places to do it!

Kids can run around Casey Jr who is there with his circus animal friends in this water play area.  There are quite a few different cars that squirt from different places.  Make sure to watch out for Casey's smoke stack.

If you did not bring proper attire, Disney does sell some items at a small kiosk, like beach towels and sunscreen. For parents who don't want to get wet, there is a perimeter around the outside that is relatively safe. 

Pete's Silly Sideshow

Step right up!  Pete is here to bring you the chance to meet some of your favorite Disney characters!

Guests have the ability to choose one of two paths.  They can choose to meet the girls (Minnie and Daisy) and they can meet the boys (Donald and Goofy).  What's really neat about this meet and greet location is that guests get the chance to meet the characters dressed in sort of circus finest.  Minnie is dressed as a circus star, Daisy as a fortune teller, Goofy as a stunt pilot, and Donald as a snake charmer.  If you want to meet all four, you will have to stand in both lines, but this is the only place where you can find them in these fun and unique outfits.

Big Top Souvenirs

Looking for that perfect something to take back with you?  Make sure to check out this gift shop/treat shop, which is one of the largest in the Magic Kingdom.  What's great about this shop is the theming is top notch.  The merchandise is sold in circus rail cars, the carpet is made to look like it's stitched together.  It is just stellar.

This location also sells a little bit of everything.  Including some merchandise that is themed perfect for the land.  (If you're a fan of Dumbo, the character, there is a ton of merch here for you!)

This shop also has a large sweet shop in the middle called Big Top Treats.  Here, guests can pick up things like fudge, candy apples, cake pops, cotton candy, cupcakes, and some of the other delectable sweets Disney is famous for.  You can also get caramel corn and slushies, called Goofy's Glaciers.

The whole shop ties in perfectly with the area.

That's gonna do it for the overview to Storybook Circus.  They really did a great job over here.  It is incredibly detailed and immersive.  A great addition/change over for the park.

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Sunday, June 23, 2013

Walt Disney World News and Rumors 6/17/13 - 6/23/13


Magic Kingdom
  • Peter Pan's Flight will see a refurbishment from Sept. 28th - Oct. 31st.  

Disney Resorts

  • Over at Saratoga Springs, the Senses Spa will reopen from it's refurbishment on July 25th.  

General WDW News

  • A couple of smaller things for this week's Limited Time Magic.  First off, guests can purchase a boot mug themed after The Lone Ranger filled with root beer slush at Pecos Bill's.  In addition, a beach party is going on at Typhoon Lagoon to celebrate the upcoming Disney Channel movie Teen Beach Movie
  • MagicBand is currently doing some testing and with that, MagicBand accessories are now for sale at The Contemporary and Animal Kingdom Lodge. 


  • Sofia the First could be doing meet and greets at some point in July. 

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Thursday, June 20, 2013

Thoughts on New Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom

On my last trip to Walt Disney World, I finally got to experience the next phase of New Fantasyland in the Magic Kingdom.  I have previously visited the Storybook Circus section and so was excited to see what this next portion had in store for park guests.  While I of course, didn't get to expreience EVERYTHING...I certainly did get a good taste of the new area as a whole and wanted to share with those of you who are still planning on taking your summer trips to Walt Disney World. 

General Musings:  

First off, for those of us who are is SO strange to have this new area!  Like, I'm so used to there being a wall closing me off from here...this feels bizarre.  It will certainly take some getting used to, with the new layout of the land.  (And I'm sure when The Snow White Mine Train attraction opens, it will throw me off even more.)  

Second...keep in mind, this new area is BUSY.  Especially during the afternoon.  People, of course, want to check out the new area first thing, so once they get to the park, they head here, OR it is the mid-point on either side now for touring, so by the time the afternoon hits, they are at the mid-point of their circle around the Magic Kingdom.  Just something to be aware of.  If you don't care when you check out the area, I would probably suggest checking it out later in the evening.

Enchanted Tales With Belle

Boy is this one a time sucker!  I don't mean that in a bad way, I just will be waiting in a VERY long line to experience this one.  The line moves slow too...because of the nature of the show, only a few people are let in at a time.  I'd say anywhere from 35 to 50 or so people are let in at one time.  Another slight problem, the queue, which is beautiful, is almost all outside.  Not so much fun with the Florida heat.  I think Brian got a touch of heat exhaustion while we waited here.

Once you get inside, there are some really neat elements.  The first is the Enchanted Mirror, which really does just look like a mirror, until magic sets in.  The other aspect that is amazing is the AudioAnamatronic figures they use (although, at this point, it's hard to tell if these new versions are AudioAnamatronics because they are more projection in nature...but REALLY cool none the less.)  You really think they could be real!

Now, I'm going to be honest.  I enjoyed my experience here.  I think it was because Brian got to be a part of the show as one of the knights.  If he didn't get picked for that, I don't know if I would have gotten the same kick out of the show.  That was really a highlight for me.  I'm not sure it has the same appeal if one of your members of your party isn't involved in some way.  I know they have a lot of parts and probably try to get different people from different families involved, but I'm sure that some families just don't get to take part in the story retelling.  I don't know if they would get the same enjoyment.  It also kind of stinks that only the family member who is involved in the show gets a photo taken with Belle at the end.  I would suggest that they include the family in the photo or maybe don't take them.  (Although, I'm sure that those photos are a large moneymaker for Photopass, so, I don't see them not taking the pic...I just felt a bit left out.  I wasn't in the show and didn't get a picture with Belle...a double whammy.) 

Overall, it's a cute show and I enjoyed it, I just don't know that I would need to do it every time, especially not having small children yet. (Please don't think I am down on shows that feature kids...I so am not...I caught Jedi Training Academy for the first time over at Disney's Hollywood Studios and I absolutely loved it!  I just feel that there is something...missing...)

Under the Sea - Journey of the Little Mermaid

I got to see this attraction in DCA last year, but I do really like the ride.  I think it is a great and fun new version of a dark ride with better sets and good effects. I really liked the effect of going under the water...but don't get stuck there...the air blows out super cold!

My favorite scene has to be the Under The Sea portion.  It is just so fun and lively!  Lots of great colors and great AudioAnamatronics.  Plus, there's that song!

I also really enjoyed the queue here.  This one is SO much better than it's DCA counterpart.  It really takes you to Prince Eric's castle (which is gorgeous!).  There is so much detailing here.  And I love the waterfall, which is so nice to see water in Fantasyland again!  The crab game for the queue looks fun, but I didn't get to take part in it because the line was actually moving pretty well when we were there.

Overall, this is a stellar attraction and it's great to have a new version of a dark ride in Fantasyland.

Gaston's Tavern

Ok, I didn't eat here, but I did peek my head in...and yep...the place looks like it was made for Gaston.  Lots of woods and animal pieces.  I didn't get to try it, because it was SO hot when I stopped by, but the pork shank does look delicious.  Hard to want to eat it when it's a bazillion degrees outside.  But I will try it at some point.

Here you can also get the cinnamon roll that everyone searches for or you can try LeFou's Brew, which, from what I hear, tastes like a frozen apple cider.  Interesting....

Two things I did not partake in were Be Our Guest Restaurant, though I expect to remedy that in July (and cannot wait to do so...) and the meet and greet with Ariel.  I'm just not a big meet and greet girl, so I see no need to meet her just yet.

Overall, this new section of New Fantasyland is incredible.  It is simply amazingly themed, that you almost forget you are in the Magic Kingdom.  (Until you see the very large crowds!)  While some of it's pieces may be a little lacking, the hope is that when it fully opens up in 2014, that it will all tie in together nicely.   I was going to also discuss Storybook Circus, but I'll save my thoughts on that topic for next time. 

Sunday, June 16, 2013

Walt Disney World News and Rumors 6/10/13 - 6/16/13

News and Rumors are gathered from various different sources. All rumors are rumors and are to be taken as such. 

Magic Kingdom

  • Starbucks is currently in testing mode and officially opens on Tuesday.  
  • A new root beer slush is available at Pecos Bills's.  It can be purchased in a souvenir boot and promotes The Lone Ranger.
  • Space Mountain will have brief closures during the month of September.  Those dates are: 
    • Sept. 3 - 5
    • Sept. 10 - 12
    • Sept 23 - 26 


  • Reservations for the Epcot Food and Wine Festival Premium events go on sale Aug. 13th. 
  • Spcaceship Earth will be closed for a week-long refurbishment, from Aug. 18 - 25th. 

General WDW News

  • Another Summer Limited Time Magic event.  Guests who visit Disney's Hollywood Studios from now until Aug. 3rd will have the opportunity to see a sneak preview of The Lone Ranger in the ABC Sound Studio (formerly Sounds Dangerous). 
  • Disney will be celebrating Independance Week at the Magic Kingdom from July 1st - 7th.  In the afternoon, as pre-parade will take place featuring some of Disney's best loved characters, the Citizens of Main Street, the Main Street Philharmonic, as well as a horse-drawn calliope.  Each night, the Magic Kingdom will light up the sky with a special showing of Disney's Celebrate America! A Fourth of July Concert in the Sky.  This show will last 15 minutes and include 360 degree fireworks. At Epcot, get in on the celebration for the Fourth only, by introducing “The Voices of Liberty Fourth of July Concert.” This show will not only feature the infamous Voices of Liberty, but will also include the Spirit of America Fife and Drum Corps, as well as Disney characters.  Disney characters will also be found dressed in their Patriotic best.  At Hollywood Studios for the day, catch the all new “Rockin’ 4th of July Celebration.” The party kicks off with a dance party with a DJ spinning tunes at the Sorcerer’s Hat and then enjoy performances from Mulch, Sweat, and Shears.  Make sure not to miss the rock ‘n roll fireworks spectacular at 10:15 pm that night.
  • A very large MyMagic+ test will be going live this week, including the Magic Bands.  Guests participating have already been notified.  


  • With D23 coming, the rumors are floating rapidly that Disney's Hollywood Studios will be getting some form of Carsland, as well as a potential Star Wars Land.

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Thursday, June 13, 2013

Attractions You Are Missing at the Magic Kingdom

I'm guilty of it.  You're guilty of it.  With a place the size of Walt Disney World, there's always going to be some attraction that has to give.  It's just how it works.

I realized it on my last trip as I was walking past Swiss Family Treehouse.  It had been multiple trips since I had been there.  So we decided to pop in and enjoy this great distraction.

Because of my side trip, it got me to thinking, there are some attractions, some lesser known and some that not have universal appeal necessarily, that you should catch every so often.  They have merit and heart and shouldn't be missed trip after trip.  These are the attractions you are probably missing at the Magic Kingdom. 


Of course, my first attraction is going to be the one I'd previously mentioned.  The Swiss Family Treehouse is a great little attraction. It has amazingly detailed sets themed after the movie Swiss Family Robinson.  It also has incredible views when you reach the top.  Granted, it is a walking tour and there are quite a few stairs to climb, but because it's shaded a bit, it's a great attraction to hit up in the middle of the day when crowds are high.  Yes, you'll be outside, but shade helps a ton in that Florida sun.

The Country Bear Jamboree is just a fun attraction.  Yes, many think it's a bit dated and it was recently cut down due to it's longer length and people's shorter attention span, but it's got just enough kitch to make it somewhere you need to stop.  Join AudioAnamatronic bears Henry, Liverlips, Big Al, Wendall, Trixie, and many more as they sing songs country songs that harken back to days of yore.  Part of the reason that many don't like the show is that some of it's songs are a little "suspect" in this day and age.  But it's all done tongue in cheek and people shouldn't be offended by it's (bear) nature.  It is a rollicking good time.  So folks, thanks for bearing with this one to the bear end and bear-el around to see them again on your next visit to the park.

Liberty Square Riverboat, I will admit, is one that is still on my bucket list.  It is one of the few attractions in the Magic Kingdom I have never actually done because I've always missed the timing on (it's only run during daylight hours) and due to the length (it clocks in at around 25 minutes.)  This Riverboat ride takes you along the Rivers of America and gives riders views of Frontierland and Liberty Square you won't see anywhere else.  Crowds are always minimal here, so if see the boat pulling up, get in line.  This is one, I'll admit to being guilty of missing at the Magic Kingdom.

The Hall of Presidents is another one of those AudioAnamatronic shows that everyone's heard of and more than likely seen once.  But if you haven't seen it lately, you are missing out.  The show has been redone to include a very moving film, as well as speeches from George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.  (And the film is narrated by the great Morgan Freeman...who I think narrates everything now.)  If you don't feel a touch of patriotism during the roll call, I'm gonna say it, there is something wrong with you.  This is the closest we'll ever get to "seeing" all of these presidents in our lifetime.  Sure, they aren't actually real, but still.  It has a ton of power behind it.  That is truly amazing.  (And it's a great respite from the hot part of the, even if you go in in search for the air, you'll hopefully learn something too.)  

The Tomorrowland Transit Authority Peoplemover is well known among the Disney community as one of the best attractions to relax on.  If you're more a Disney newbie, you would more than likely just skip this attraction.  If you fall into that camp, you are making a large mistake!  This attraction's entrance can be hard to find, which may be causing you to miss it.  It can be found in the same plaza area as The Lunching Pad and is quite near the entrance to AstroOrbiter (another commonly skipped attraction, in my opinion.) The TTA or Peoplemover as it's known is an amazing option for just sitting back and relaxing.  It takes you on the grand circle tour of Tomorrowland, taking you through Space Mountain and with views into Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin and the shop Mickey's Star Trader.  It is the nicest 10 minutes in the park that you'll have and if it's not busy (which it commonly isn't), they'll let you stay on and go around and around and around.  So kick back, relax, and enjoy a spin (or many) on the TTA.

The final attraction that you are most likely missing is the Carousel of Progress.  This attraction harkens back to Walt Disney and the 1964 World's Fair.  It was one of four attractions built for the festivities.  The show takes you through four different scenes in a theater that rotates and tells the story of one family's journey though time through technology advances. The show is a favorite for a couple of reasons.  One is that it gives you a glimpse into the past.  Where we've come from to now in the past 100 years.  (If you don't mind the last "retro future" scene which has clearly missed the mark on the vision of the future and needs an upgrade drastically.  It's still a fun finale, even if it is dated.)  The other part that is great is the song.  Trust WILL have it stuck in your head.  (Thank you to the Sherman Brothers.)  Last, this attraction is one you shouldn't miss because there really is a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow, Shining at the End of Every Day. 

What is your favorite attraction that you think people shouldn't be missing?  Let me know in the comments or on the Facebook page. 

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Sunday, June 9, 2013

Walt Disney World News and Rumors 6/3/13 - 6/9/13

News and Rumors are gathered from various different sources. All rumors are rumors and are to be taken as such.


Magic Kingdom

  • The walkway from New Fantasyland to Storybook Circus is now open.


  • The Sounds Like Summer Concert Series kicks off today and lasts through July 27th nightly.

Disney's Hollywood Studios

  • American Idol Experience will be down for a few days June 10th -12th.

Downtown Disney

  • The Wii U Tour will be set up near Once Upon a Toy testing out their new gaming system, as well as some innovative games until June 23rd. 
  • Car Masters Weekends is scheduled for June 15th and 16th and will feature the car show, a Cars franchise movie marathon, a sock hop at Splitsville, meet and greet of some Cars characters, and more. 

General WDW News

  • This week's Limited Time Magic event is a Homecoming type pep rally featuring the theme of Monsters University.  It kicks off June 14th and lasts through the summer. 
  • For those who are AP holders who are parking at the theme parks, they now appear to be requiring a photo id and are scanning passes.  No word on if this is a permanent addition or just a test as it seems to being done at Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom currently.


  • Vidia is expected to come back to Tinker Bell's Magical Nook at the Magic Kingdom starting June 14th.  Rosetta is set to leave. 

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Thursday, June 6, 2013

Happy 5th Anniversary!


I've been blogging here for 5 years?  How on EARTH is that possible?  But nope...looking back, I see my first article written was written back on June 4th, 2008. 

Ironically, it was about something that still hasn't changed, Fastpass being used at Toy Story Mania, which is still causing lines to be inflated on the ride and of course, we know about how popular those Fastpass are, with them being gone most days by late morning.  See, we're still debating the same information.  Ah...gotta love the Disney Community!  :)

I just want to say thank you to all of you who have supported me and read the blog.  It is truly amazing that anyone actually cares what I think.

Of course, it's amazing to see how things have changed and of course, how much of this blog has really stayed the same since it's inception.  I started out really just wanting to get the news out there to people in a condensed form, for those who were busy with their daily lives to really dissect every piece of Disney info out there.   I am glad to say that minus a few small changes, that still is one of the main purposes of this blog, all these years later. (It's still fun to read what things actually that were reported that came to fruition in the past 5 years)

Of course, some things have come and gone...some things have changed forms...but it's all been a growing process...something I had expected from the beginning. (I'm still having those original growing pains it!)  

I hope that you continue to enjoy what I do here and will only try to make this blog even better than it originally was.  If you ever have any suggestions of articles you'd like to see, please don't hesitate to email me.  Otherwise I'll just keep making this stuff up as I go along...:) 

So, whether you've been here from the beginning or you just started reading last week, thank you so much for your love and support. 

Sunday, June 2, 2013

Walt Disney World News and Rumors 5/27/13 - 6/2/13

 News and Rumors are gathered from various different sources. All rumors are rumors and are to be taken as such. 

Magic Kingdom
  •  A Pirates Adventure interactive game is now open

  •  The new ice cream/sorbet shop called L'Artisan des Glaces  in the France Pavilion is now open.

 Disney's Hollywood Studios

  • The American Idol Experience will be down for a refurb from June 10th - 12th.

Disney's Animal Kingdom
  •  The Wilderness Explorers game is now open

Disney Resorts
  • All Star Sports will be seeing a four plus month long refurbishment, from Aug. 5th - Dec. 20th.  Guests will be able to pick up grab and go items from the arcade area.  For those looking for meals, they will need to head over to All Star Music or Movies.  

General WDW News
  • Walt Disney World has increased park ticket prices.  New for this year, the introduction of tiered pricing, where the Magic Kingdom will cost $95 for a one day ticket, while the other three parks will cost $90 for a one day ticket.  For Magic Your Way Tickets, here is the pricing structure:  
Magic Your Way Ticket Options
Days On Ticket Base Ticket
Optional Add-Ons

Ages 10-up Ages 3-9 Park Hopper® Water Park Fun & More Park Hopper® & Water Park Fun & More No Expiration
10 days $339
$59 $59 (10 visits) $84 (10 visits) $325
9 days $329
$59 $59 (9 visits) $84 (9 visits) $280
8 days $319
$59 $59 (8 visits) $84 (8 visits) $245
7 days $309
$59 $59 (7 visits) $84 (7 visits) $220
6 days $299
$59 $59 (6 visits) $84 (6 visits) $190
5 days $289
$59 $59 (5 visits) $84 (5 visits) $145
4 days $279
$59 $59 (4 visits) $84 (4 visits) $95
3 days $262
$59 $59 (3 visits) $84 (3 visits) $45
2 days $184
$59 $59 (2 visits) $84 (2 visits) $35

  • Pricing for parking increased one dollar to $15.  
  • Another summer Limited Time Magic event is the Summer Trolley Show.   

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