The 379 Companies Pushing Homo Marriage on the Supreme Court

Per the Huffington Post:
Big business has come out in favor of same-sex marriage.
Exactly 379 corporations and employer organizations urged the Supreme Court to strike down state bans on gay marriage, according to a friend-of-the-court brief obtained by The Huffington Post. The document was expected to be filed late Thursday morning.
“Employers are better served by a uniform marriage rule that gives equal dignity to employee relationships,” reads the brief, filed by global law firm Morgan Lewis. “Allowing same-sex couples to marry improves employee morale and productivity, reduces uncertainty, and removes the wasteful administrative burdens imposed by the current disparity of state law treatment.”
The list, provided in full below, includes corporate behemoths such as Coca-Cola Company, Goldman Sachs, Google and Morgan Stanley. It also includes brands like Ben & Jerry’s, a division of Unilever, and sports teams such as the New England Patriots, the San Francisco Giants and the Tampa Bay Rays.
Here is the full list of companies that have signed the amicus brief:

  1. A.L. Nella & Company, LLP, CPAs
  2. A.T. Kearney
  3. Aardema Whitelaw, PLLC
  4. Acacia Home LLC*
  5. Accenture
  6. Aetna Inc.
  7. Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
  8. AJ Leo Electric and Solar
  9. Akamai Technologies, Inc.
  10. Alaska Airlines
  11. Alcoa Inc.
  12. Amazon Services Inc. *
  13., Inc.
  14. American Airlines Group Inc.
  15. American Apparel*
  16. American Express Company
  17. American International Group, Inc.*
  18. Aparicio-Mercado Law, L.C.*
  19. Apple Inc.
  20. AppNexus Inc.*
  21. Aramark
  22. Arbor Brewing Company, LLC
  23. Arnold & Porter LLP
  24. Aspen Skiing Company
  25. Assemble Sound LLC
  26. AT&T Inc.
  27. Atlas Cut Stone
  28. Atticus Circle
  29. The Austin Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
  30. Avanade Inc.
  31. Bain & Company, Inc.*
  32. Bakehouse Art Complex*
  33. Baker & McKenzie LLP
  34. Bank of America
  35. The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation
  36. Barclays
  37. Barnes & Noble, Inc.
  38. bebe stores, inc.
  39. Becton, Dickinson and Company
  40. Belcampo Inc.
  41. Ben & Jerry’s
  42. Big Duck Studio, Inc.
  43. Bigelow Villa LLC
  44. Billy’s Farm*
  45. BlackRock, Inc.
  46. Bloomberg L.P.
  47. Blue Apron, Inc.
  48. Blue Heron Ventures
  49. Blue Moon Hotel / Winter Haven Hotel*
  50. Blume, Faulkner & Skeen, PLLC*
  51. Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.*
  52. Boston Community Capital, Inc.
  53. Boston Consulting Group
  54. The Boston Foundation*
  55. Boston Medical Center Corporation*
  56. Boston Scientific Corporation
  57. Brady Mills LLC
  58. BrandQuery LLC
  59. Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
  60. Broadcom Corporation
  61. Brocade
  62. Cablevision Systems Corporation
  63. Capital One Financial Corporation
  64. Captain Wendell’s Marine Services LLC
  65. Cardinal Health, Inc.*
  66. Care Resource
  67. CBS Corporation
  68. CEB
  69. Central Physical Therapy and Fitness, PSC
  70. CGI
  71. Charlotte Business Guild
  72. The Chubb Corporation
  73. CIGNA Corporation
  74. Cisco Systems, Inc.
  75. Citigroup Inc.
  76. City Catering Company
  77. City Lites Neon, Inc.
  78. The City of Ann Arbor, Michigan
  79. Civitas Public Affairs Group
  80. Clean Yield Asset Management
  81. CloudFlare, Inc.
  82. CMIT Solutions of Seattle Downtown
  83. The Coca-Cola Company
  84. Cohen & Associates
  85. Colgate-Palmolive Company
  86. Columbia FunMap, Inc. *
  87. Comcast Corporation
  88. The Computer Butler
  89. ConAgra Foods, Inc.*
  90. The Corcoran Group
  91. Corner Brewery, LLC*
  92. Corning Incorporated*
  93. Cox Enterprises, Inc.
  94. Crazy Misfits Pet Services
  95. Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC
  96. Cummins Inc.
  97. Cupcake Royale*
  98. CVS Health Corporation
  99. Dallas Voice
  100. Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Inc.*
  101. Danaher Corporation
  102. David J. Jarrett, P.C.
  103. David Kosar Insurance Agency
  104. David Mack Henderson Income Tax Preparation
  105. DCI Group AZ, L.L.C.*
  106. Deloitte LLP
  107. Delta Air Lines, Inc.
  108. Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation*
  109. The Desert Business Association*
  110. Deutsche Bank AG
  111. Diageo North America, Inc.
  112. DIRECTV
  113. DocuSign
  114. Domini Social Investments LLC
  115. The Dow Chemical Company
  116. Dreamcatcher Arts and Publishing Ltd. *
  117. Dropbox, Inc.
  118. DuPont
  119. eBay Inc.
  120. Edelman
  121. Eldercare Consulting
  122. Electronic Arts Inc.
  123. EnduringHydro, LLC
  124. Ernst & Young LLP
  125. The Estée Lauder Companies Inc.
  126. Event Rents*
  127. Everything Real Estate LLC
  128. Express Movers Inc.
  129. Facebook, Inc.
  130. Farella Braun + Martel, LLP
  131. Fastsigns*
  132. Fenwick & West LLP
  133. First Data Corporation*
  134. 1st Security Bank
  135. 1stdibs.Com, Inc.
  136. FIT Technologies
  137. Flanery CPA
  138. Full Court Press Communications
  139. G.A.W., Inc. *
  140. The Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce Nevada*
  141. General Electric Company
  142. General Mills, Inc.
  143. Gensler
  144. Gilt Groupe Holdings, Inc.
  145. GlaxoSmithKline LLC
  146. Gleason & Associates Claims Services
  147. Go Factory, Inc.
  148. Goethel Engelhardt, PLLC
  149. The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.
  150. Google Inc.
  151. Goulston & Storrs, P.C.*
  152. Great Officiants LLC
  153. The Greater Connecticut Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
  154. Greater San Diego Business Association*
  155. Greater Seattle Business Association
  156. Greensulate
  157. Grossman Marketing Group
  158. Group Health Cooperative*
  159. Groupon*
  160. Growing Hope
  161. Harrell Remodeling
  162. The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.*
  163. Healthline
  164. Hewlett-Packard Company
  165. Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc.*
  166. Holdredge Wines
  167. Homeward Pet Adoption Center
  168. Horizon Air Industries, Inc.
  169. House Packard LLC
  170. HSBC
  171. Ikard Wynne LLP
  172. The Independence Business Alliance
  173. The Inland Northwest Business Alliance
  174. Insala, Ltd
  175. Inspirato, LLC
  176. Integrated Archive Systems, Inc.
  177. Integrity Law Group*
  178. Intel Corporation
  179. Intuit Inc.
  180. INUS Group, LLC
  181. Jackson Hole Group LLC
  182. Jagod Designs
  183. Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
  184. Jenn T. Grace International LLC
  185. Jennifer Brown Consulting
  186. JetBlue Airways Corporation
  187. The Jim Henson Company
  188. Johnson & Johnson
  189. Johnston, Kinney and Zulaica LLP
  190. Jonathan L. Bowman, Attorney at Law, PS
  191. JPMorgan Chase & Co.
  192. Julian Chang Consulting, Inc.
  193. photography
  194. The Kathy A. Janssen Foundation
  195. Kazan, McClain, Satterley, & Greenwood, PLC
  196. Keir Jones Agency – State Farm
  197. Keker & Van Nest LLP*
  198. KEO Marketing Inc.
  199. Kimberly-Clark Corp.
  200. Kimpton Hotel & Restaurant Group, LLC
  201. Kollmar Sheet Metal Works, Inc.
  202. Kotzan Chiropractic*
  203. KPMG LLP
  204. Lambda Business Association
  205. Laparoscopic Institute for Gynecologic Oncology
  206. Larson Marketing & Communications LLC
  207. Laughton Properties*
  208. Law Offices of Joel L. Sogol
  209. Law Office of Lisa E. Schuchman
  210. Law Office of Lorie L. Burch, PC
  211. Law Offices of Robin L. Bodiford, P.A.*
  212. The Law Office of Susan K. Fuller, PLLC
  213. Levi Strauss & Co.
  214. Liberty Burger*
  215. Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, LLP
  216. Life & Love Celebrations*
  217. Link in the Chain Foundation, Inc.
  218. Littler Mendelson, P.C.
  219. LNT, Inc.
  220. The Long Beach Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
  221. Lori Karbal et al*
  222. Loring, Wolcott & Coolidge Trust, LLC
  223. The Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce*
  224. Main Street Hair Shoppe Ltd.
  225. Marriott International, Inc.
  226. Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
  227. Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company
  228. McGraw Hill Financial, Inc.*
  229. McKesson Corporation*
  230. McKinsey & Company, Inc.*
  231. Merca Property Management
  232. The Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
  233. Microsoft Corporation*
  234. The Mid-America Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
  235. Miller & Olson, LLP
  236. Miller Shelton Group, LLC*
  237. MillerCoors LLC
  238. Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.
  239. Mona Smith PLLC
  240. Moody’s Corporation
  241. Morgan Miller Plumbing
  242. Morgan Stanley
  243. MWW Public Relations
  244. NAMI Dallas, Inc. *
  245. The Nashville LGBT Chamber of Commerce
  246. The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
  247. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company
  248. Neumann Capital Management, LLC
  249. The New England Patriots
  250. New Leaf Columbus
  251. New York Life Insurance Company
  252. Nifty Hoops, LLC
  253. NIKE, Inc.*
  254. Nixon Peabody LLP*
  255. North Texas GLBT Chamber of Commerce*
  256. Northrop Grumman Corporation
  257. OBOX Solutions
  258. Office Depot, Inc.
  259. The Ogilvy Group, Inc.
  260. Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
  261. ONE Community Media, LLC
  262. 1 Source Consulting Solutions*
  263. Oracle America, Inc.
  264. Orbitz Worldwide, Inc.*
  265. Out & Equal Workplace Advocates
  266. Outerwall Inc.
  267. Pakmode Publications, LLC
  268. d/b/a Pakmode Media + Marketing
  269. Pandora Media, Inc.
  270. PATH
  271. Peabody & Arnold LLP*
  272. Pepper Hamilton LLP
  273. PepsiCo
  274. Pfizer Inc.
  275. Pixelligent Technologies LLC
  276. Plexus Education Foundation
  277. Plexus LGBT and Allied Chamber of Commerce
  278. Portland Area Business Association*
  279. PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
  280. PrideFest
  281. The PrintingWorks
  282. Pro-Tec Data, Inc.
  283. Procter & Gamble
  284. ProTrials Research, Inc. *
  285. Prudential Financial, Inc.
  286. Puma Spring Vineyards
  287. Qualcomm Incorporated
  288. Quorum
  289. RAFI Architecture and Design*
  290. Rainbow Chamber of Commerce Silicon Valley
  291. Ralph’s Regal Weddings
  292. Ray Holley Communications*
  293. RBC Capital Markets, LLC
  294. Replacements, Ltd. *
  295. Restaurant Management Concepts
  296. Reverberate! Marketing Communications, Inc.
  297. Rising Tide Brewing Company*
  298. RJR Photography
  299. Robert H Stutz Jr CPA*
  300. Rockwell Automation, Inc.
  301. Rotella & Hernandez, LLC
  302. The Sacramento Rainbow Chamber of Commerce*
  303. Sadek Bonahoom PLC
  304. The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce
  305. The San Francisco Giants
  306. The Seattle Lesbian, LLC
  307. Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce*
  308. Sempra Energy*
  309. Seyfarth Shaw LLP
  310. Shingles Roofing LLC*
  311. Sidetrack, Inc. *
  312. Simon, Schindler & Sandberg LLP
  313. Skellenger Bender, P.S.
  314. Skyworks Solutions, Inc.*
  315. Sleeves Up Productions, LLC*
  316. Sōw
  317. Spectra Law PS
  318. Spry Vision, Inc.
  319. St. Jude Medical, Inc.
  320. Staples, Inc.*
  321. Starbucks Corporation
  322. Starrtek LLC*
  323. State Street Corporation
  324. Steven Graves Insurance Agency*
  325. Stonewall Behavioral Health
  326. Stonewall Columbus
  327. Stuffed Cakes, LLC*
  328. Sun Life Financial (U.S.) Services Company, Inc.
  329. SunDaily
  330., Inc.
  331. Sweet Dixie Kitchen*
  332. Symantec Corporation
  333. Taber Food Services, Inc.
  334. dba Hobee’s California Restaurants
  335. The Tampa Bay Rays
  336. Target Corporation
  337. TD Bank, N.A.
  338. TD Securities (USA) LLC
  339. Tech Data Corporation*
  340. TestTracks
  341. Thinking Cap Communications & Design
  342. Third Point LLC
  343. Thomson Reuters*
  344. Tiwary Entertainment Group LLC
  345. TNT Promotions, LLC*
  346. TOCA Events, LLC*
  347. TravelOut, Inc.
  348. Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria
  349. Twitter, Inc.
  350. 206 Inc. *
  351. UBS AG
  352. The Ultimate Software Group, Inc.
  353. United Air Lines, Inc.
  354. United Therapeutics Corporation
  355. Uptown Physicians Group*
  356. VCB Consulting & Accounting Services*
  357. Verizon Communications Inc.
  358. Viacom Inc.
  359. Visa Inc.
  360. VitaPerk*
  361. VMware, Inc. *
  362. W. M. Martin Advertising
  363. W.W. Grainger, Inc.*
  364. W/S Development Associates LLC*
  365. Walsh Wellness Center*
  366. The Walt Disney Company*
  367. Wasserman Media Group
  368. Wells Fargo & Company
  369. Whey Natural! USA LLC
  370. Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce
  371. Witeck Communications, Inc.
  372. The Workplace Equality Index
  373. Wyndham Worldwide Corporation
  374. Xerox Corporation
  375. Xfund
  377. Ypsilanti Downtown Development Authority
  378. Zausmer, Kaufman, August & Caldwell, P.C.
  379. Zingerman’s Community of Businesses
  380. ZoomSystems
  381. Zynga Inc.

Companies with an asterisk listed after the name are represented by WG+R Law Group, a California-based law firm, rather than the Washington, D.C.-based Morgan Lewis.

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Auntie Lulu
Auntie Lulu
5 years ago

I see my lamo bank (J P Morgan Chase) is on there. To see how many businesses promote this is disheartening. Then when we see the football teams (or whatever, I guess they are football) support; the question comes to mind–how long would normal people follow these teams if they integrate their cheerleaders with “transvestites” or gay men cheerleaders. I dare say we would see their followings plummet. This just gives me one big, fat headache! (Seriously, I’m going to go into the kitchen and take some Aleve.) Mike, thanks again for pulling together and presenting such vital information for… Read more »

5 years ago
Reply to  Auntie Lulu

Find a local credit union, banks are NOT your friend.

5 years ago

I suppose we could explain this as being a business decision,not a personal choice.That’s probably true in many cases,and as can see,personal values have virtually NO standing in Big Business. VERY sad. That’s one reason I try very hard to support businesses whose owners are willing to stand on Principle even if it cuts into the profit. (I also notice business owners like this are more likely to help Veterans,Elderly,Handicapped and Impoverished people,on an individual basis,than,say, “Big Box Store managers.)

5 years ago

“removes the wasteful administrative burdens imposed by the current disparity of state law treatment.” Since when does anything having to do with state (notice he didn’t include federal) laws reduce administrative burdens? Just another spin.

5 years ago

Another nail in America’s coffin…Our Lord God is watching!
“The wicked strut about on every side when vileness is exalted among the sons of men.” (Psalms 12.8.)

5 years ago

Mike , I’m sorry to say , but I find the word “Homo” offensive
It’s a divisive term and as such it will only give people ammunition against us. Sorry, but times change and so do words.

5 years ago
Reply to  Steve

The word “homosexual” is also offensive. “Gay lifestyle” is also offensive. And even “special rights” is offensive. They seem to have a very defined list of what they deem offensive and what is preferred.
So how come “bi” (for bisexual) isn’t offensive?
Remember the goal is to change the language:
Control the language, control the debate.

5 years ago
Reply to  DCG

They deem anything that disagrees with them as “offensive”– how mighty liberal and “tolerant” of them.

5 years ago
Reply to  DCG

DCG; why don’t we refer to them by the city’s name for which they are mentioned in the Bible? Sodomites. That’s what they are. They practice sodomy. That’s their favorite ‘sport’. Why then would they object to being called by a name that is descriptive of the (disgusting) acts by which they have gained their fame!They certainly are not ‘gay’! Most end up having miserable lives…And ‘gay’ has always been a nice word; depicting happy, cheery, lighthearted, joyous lively, sprightly, blithe.

5 years ago
Reply to  elihew

That is offensive to them as well. Basically any word they deem inappropriate for furthering their agenda is offensive, even if it’s the correct term. And you can’t describe them by what they do in the bedroom, even though they want special rights because the whole of their existence is based on who they like to sleep with.

5 years ago
Reply to  DCG

I agree! Everything and everyone that does not just ‘go along to get along’ with their despicable and disgusting agenda is offensive to them. I for one, will never cater to any of their wishes (no, what they are seeking are not merely wishes, but demands, and approval). They will get neither from me. Being a Christian; and knowing exactly what the Word of God says about them and their behavior; I will not ever condone, to any extent, their sinful proclivities. (Romans1.24; 26; & 28.) are quite fascinating. This is where (and how) a Holy God judges these non-repentant… Read more »

5 years ago
Reply to  elihew

elihew, Now for some reason I have no problem with that term. Call them what they are. I did not mean to get all PC here and cause a snit. It’s a matter of watching our flank.
Homosexual, or sodomite is fine to me. Kinda like we outgrew “Colored” see what I’m saying.

5 years ago
Reply to  elihew

GAY means “Good as You” and it’s the ruination of a once lovely word. I even have a friend from H.S. whose first name (a man) was Gay. What a tragedy to even destroy the language. Disgusting

5 years ago
Reply to  DCG

Great point! Let’s see if anyone else notices that gays haven’t targeted the cheerleading field. Omgosh, I almost hope they would, just to see if there would be mob exits from teams that support them, and move to teams that don’t. Although through the bullying that gays have perfected it’s probably safe to say that most, if not all would succumb to their bullying.

Dr. Eowyn
Dr. Eowyn
5 years ago
Reply to  Steve

Offensive to whom? Since when have you gone all PC? And what happened to FOTM’s 11th commandment — thou shall not publicly criticize a fellow FOTM writer — about which you are particularly insistent?

5 years ago
Reply to  Dr. Eowyn

Eowyn, I and Mike I apologize. I should have finished my thought. I just meant it does us no good giving them ammo to use against us.
They are “Sodomites”
Working my way back up the board.

5 years ago
Reply to  Steve

Mike, I apologize for not finishing my thought. First it should not have been left on board. But what I mean is when using that term, it makes us “Right or wrong ” look like ‘Homophobes” We don’t need to give them any help. As Said below how about what they really are “Sodomites” I like that one.
I really am sorry.
I broke rule 11.

Dr. Eowyn
Dr. Eowyn
5 years ago
Reply to  Steve

Do you really think they won’t use “sodomites” against us as well?

5 years ago
Reply to  Dr. Eowyn

Eowyn, as you pointed out I broke 11. I’ve since sent email to apologize.
You and I both know we are not here to be PC. As DCG points out they won’t be happy with anything. So In my opinion “Homo” is a bit inflammatory. So either the full “Homosexual” Or call em as we see em
“Sodomites” Good enough for God, I guess good enough for us.
I’m not here to cater to The Gay police.
Please advice on your thoughts.. 🙂

Dr. Eowyn
Dr. Eowyn
5 years ago
Reply to  Steve

Steve, It really doesn’t matter what word the Left find to be “inflammatory” because as Blacks have shown, it’s all arbitrary. First, the PC Police found “negroes” offensive (but blacks can call each other “niggas” and it’s OK); then it’s “colored people” (but “people of color” is OK); then it’s …. So now the PC mandatory word is “African-American,” but tomorrow it’ll be another word. The same with sodomites. They decided that “homo,” “homosexual” and “queer” are all “offensive,” but strangely, they call each other “queer.” Just you wait: Once the word “sodomites” gain currency, they’ll pounce on that as… Read more »

5 years ago
Reply to  Dr. Eowyn

Eowyn, I’m not looking to please them at all. C’mon how long have you known me. LOL
In fact I think “Sodomite” which God favors is about in their face as you can get. Which one you think I like. LOL
I mean it’s written down in Black and White. Case closed!

Dr. Eowyn
Dr. Eowyn
5 years ago
Reply to  Steve

“Eowyn, I’m not looking to please them at all.”
And yet you wrote “I find the word ‘Homo’ offensive It’s a divisive term and as such it will only give people ammunition against us.”
I will no longer continue this. You may have the time, but I don’t.

Son of the Rabbit People
Son of the Rabbit People
5 years ago

The court’s job is to rule on the constitutionality of laws. If they were doing their job, no amount of pushing from outside forces would have any bearing at all.

5 years ago

All those politically-correct corporate boards whose members thinks this’ll make them favored cronies… suckers, unless your name is Buffett or Soros, progressives won’t even remember you.

5 years ago

Did anyone notice Miller/Coors? Let me tell you a little story. Some 20 odd years ago, Focus on the Family’s James Dobson was railing about United Air Lines allowing same sex insurance in their company. However, right in his own backyard was Coors who had been doing the same thing for years. But the Coors brothers, and Holly Coors were all members along with Dobson of the secretive Council for National Policy, so hypocritical Dobson didn’t bother to mention Coors. How did I know this? Because I visited some friends in Denver at the time, and the husband worked for… Read more »

5 years ago

Man , this would be a hell of a job boycotting all these companies

5 years ago
Reply to  japoa

I work for one of the listed companies right now. Sigh.

5 years ago
Reply to  miche

My condolences . Looked for mine , it is not up thee , whew !

5 years ago

I was ok until I reached the end of the letter C, since I get my scripts and basics at CVS. I used to take up a position in a prime picture taking angle of Boston’s annual gay pride parade. I had a website and 2 blogs for 20 year and every year I wrote a rather long annual entry with pics The Annual “Pride Goeth Before Destruction” gay pride parade entry. Each year more and more of the parade was taken up by corporate sponsors, politicians trolling for votes, liberal churches of every sort looking for pew warmers to… Read more »

5 years ago

What is even worse about this is the fact it will be remarkably difficult for any person to boycott or otherwise not support these vile corporations since they have tentacles and sub-groups in so many areas. This is why corporations should not be considered “people”, because they’ll do things like this and call it “free speech”. even though it is obvious a propaganda campaign with social and political aims.
What ever happened to that campaign to end corporate personhood, I wonder?

5 years ago

“For all that is secret will eventually be brought into the open, and everything that is concealed will be brought to light and made known to all.” Luke 8:17 I want to see these “brave” corporations take a step back and let the CEOs come forward to proclaim their support for sodomites to have marriage rights as heterosexuals. Equal rights for groups that are inherently/biologically unequal…makes a lot of sense. These CEOs are cowards and they hide behind their corporations pushing their evil agendas from their position of authority…..all with anonymity and apparent impunity from attacking Christians. We attach disdain… Read more »


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Alfred E. Neuman
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