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  • in reply to: Debt Rattle July 25 2021 #80886
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    @Polder Dweller: Thanks for the link to the interview “Failure of COVID-19 Vaccines Due to Antigenic Escape of the Delta Variant” with Peter McCullough, it nails the research behind Sweden’s excellent health policy decisions specifying research studies every step of the way, culminating with his quip at the end, that the vaccine program should probably be halted. And excellently questions and overlays by Del Bigtree. Bravo!

    in reply to: The “Safe” Vaccines #79467
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    @VietnamVet
    I’m not sure if you’ve seen this clip, but it might offer some comfort:
    “There is no evidence that the Delta Variant is distinctive from anything else on GISDIV”
    https://odysee.com/@Jadu200:7/A-manufactured-illusion.-Dr-David-Martin-with-Reiner-Fuellmich-9-7-21:e?t=3340

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 11 2021 #79449
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    I have followed Karl Denninger for a number of years, and have watched his cynicism and loathing increase over time. I feel it’s justified to a great extent, and my own cynicism has expanded in scope as well, a bit in advance of his. Karl grasp on key facts far exceeds mine, and I mostly accept his at face value. I liked his legislative suggestions on health care, up to the point of obesity camps (my interpretation, not his) for those seeking free health care for diabetes. No, I don’t have a better solution to those addicted to pie, other than provide them free pie.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 11 2021 #79447
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    “I also wonder about Russia and why they aren’t rolling out the ivermectin.”
    I have spent time pondering that, too. China, as well.
    The adage about not interrupting your adversaries when they are making a blunder might come into play. China could lose a few of their older citizens and feel blessed, and if countries under the influence of the Pharma Cartel can game numbers, certainly the Russians can do the same.
    On top of it all, the elites in all countries may take ivermectin, prophylacticly. Vaccine envy is for plebes.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 10 2021 #79385
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    “Proof that puts an end to the Sars-CoV-2 Narrative” | Professor Sucharit Bhakdi, M.D.
    This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s Terms of Service.
    Still available here:
    https://odysee.com/@TruthPills:5/sucharit-stop-now:0

    Recent papers suggest vaccine immune response for 99.9% of recipients indicates prior exposure. It’s risk with no benefit to use current vaccines, they should be stopped immediately.

    Links to papers summarized in the video:
    https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0249499
    https://academic.oup.com/cid/advance-article/doi/10.1093/cid/ciab465/6279075
    https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cell.2021.06.005
    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352396421002036

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 10 2021 #79365
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    “Proof that puts an end to the Sars-CoV-2 Narrative” | Professor Sucharit Bhakdi, M.D.
    I’m having difficulty reconciling Bhakdi’s conclusion that 99.9% are already immune trained to cope with this virus, to infection events that have taken place over the last 20 months or so.
    For instance, the deaths on the Diamond Princess. Is it possible that our learned response to Covid viruses was/is inadequate to a gain of function virus? Or was the event conjured in some fashion to capture headlines? Can anyone comment?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle July 4 2021 #78885
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    @ezlxa1949
    Ivermectin Ignorance has a nice ring to it.
    and maybe HCQ Phobia would strike home.
    or to fan the political flames, either drug followed by Derangement Syndrome.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 27 2021 #78426
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    @Upstater
    Thank you for the compliment. The easy answer is that the Marxist Democrat politicians will be flushed out when a replacement is recognized. Who will that be? It may be tough to swallow, but it’s Trump is part of that answer. He’s perfectly willing to let states go their own way, and I would love a state to make a go of it, sans Federal help. I would expect a comprehensive plan laid out first, and it would need to be small business friendly, and reward co-operative citizens in a way the encourages productivity. Mainstream media would hate it. I’m liking it already! 😉

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 27 2021 #78406
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    USA Socialism: The debate is over.
    I’d like to point out, that the classic debate over what socialism would look like in the USA is over. In the past, for the progressive the answer was Sweden, for the conservatives the answer was communist countries.
    Well, Covid-19 response has answered the question.
    Consider that Sweden did not choose lock downs, and China did.
    Liberal states choose very restrictive lock downs, resembling communist China much more than socialist Sweden. Progressives in favor of lock downs really need to take an inward look, and admit the leaders they choose to follow are in favor controlling the actions of others at the first opportunity. Swedish styled socialism is not the apparent goal. A generation of progressive leaders, and those farther left, need to be flushed from the system.
    Kimo

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 27 2021 #78404
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    @ John Day
    I attached the paper to this upload, a helping hand might be needed to expose it to readers.
    @Doc Robinson
    Thanks for replying to John.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 27 2021 #78390
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    Via the Fat Emperor, a peer reviewed study in Vaccine journal, with the cost/benefit conclusion of our wonderful vaccines:
    “Currently, our estimates show that we have to accept four fatal and serious side effects per 100,000 vaccinations in order to save the lives of 2–11 individuals per 100,000 vaccinations, placing risks and benefits on the same order of magnitude.”
    https://thefatemperor.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/The-Safety-of-COVID-19-Vaccinations%E2%80%94We-Should-Rethink-the-Policy.pdf
    His analysis of the paper:
    https://odysee.com/@IvorCummins:f/Mass-Medication-Benefits-versus-Harms—What-is-the-Current-Situation:b

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 26 2021 #78328
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    “There is an element of mimicry and competition inherent in this whole ‘reactions to covid’ and particularly vaxs, business. A kind of hysteria and group-think has taken hold, and it reaches high up, way beyond your frightened glued-to-TV watcher.”

    I would presume that Russian decision makers had access to information to suspect the following:

    The virus was man made in China, likely a weaponized.
    The body count in Wuhan would visit Russia.
    Treatments are too late, immunizing in advance is preferable.
    CCP hierarchy likely protected themselves, with something resembling a vaccine.
    Consult the latest research from China for clues on functional vaccines.

    The fog of war.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 5 2021 #76675
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    Liberty is Freedom WITH RESPONSIBILITY.

    Precisely how Jordan Peters proposes to sell conservatism to young people.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 2 2021 #76476
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    Murdered DC Army Doctors

    @Django
    : the text from the website, WUSA9 TV, multiple links to videos, like this:


    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    Police: 2 suspects arrested in double murder of military couple outside their Springfield home
    Ronnie Marshall, 20, and D’Angelo Strand, 19, are both facing two counts of second-degree murder and two counts of use of a firearm in a commission of a felony.
    Author: Khalida Volou (WUSA9), Bruce Leshan, Jess Arnold, Jonathan Franklin (WUSA9), Tom Dempsey (WUSA)
    Published: 10:07 AM EDT May 26, 2021
    Updated: 6:43 PM EDT May 28, 2021
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    SPRINGFIELD, Va. — Fairfax County Police say two suspects are now in custody in connection with the murder of a husband and wife, both military veterans, in Springfield. Fairfax County Police Chief Kevin Davis said the victims were “viciously shot and killed up close at point-blank range” on their front lawn Wednesday morning.

    On Thursday, Fairfax County police released a photo of one of the men responsible: 20-year-old Ronnie Keandre Marshall. The other suspect that was arrested was later identified by authorities as 19-year-old D’Angelo Strand. Both men are facing two counts of second-degree murder along with two counts of use of a firearm in a commission of a felony.

    The two men went before a Fairfax County judge Friday and were ordered held without bond.

    “It is outrageous, and it is a real aberration for our community,” Fairfax County Commonwealth’s Attorney Steve Descano said.

    Police said they believe the deaths are connected to a dispute or burglary at the house that they were called to just two days earlier.

    Police identified the man and woman killed as 55-year-old Edward McDaniel Jr., and his 63-year-old wife, Brenda McDaniel. Edward McDaniel was currently an active duty full-bird colonel in the U.S. Army. It is not known at this time which branch of the military Brenda McDaniel served in. Major Ed O’Carroll of Fairfax Police described both victims as “physicians” and “honorable soldiers.”

    The shooting happened just after 9 a.m. in the 8000 block of Flint Street, police said. There were family members inside the home when the shooting happened, Davis said. Everyone that was in the home has been relocated to a safe place.

    Davis said one of the people inside the home may be the son of the victims. Investigators with the Fairfax County Police Department tell WUSA9 that the suspects and one of the victims’ family members are believed to be co-workers.

    The motive for the shooting remains unknown, but police said they believe both Marshall and Strand are connected to Monday’s burglary at the home committed before Wednesday’s double murder.

    Neighbors said friends of the son have been involved in trouble in the neighborhood before.

    “The teenage kids, their friends are bad people,” Carlos Buendia, who lives just a few doors down from where the shooting happened, said. “They bring weapons into the neighborhood.”

    Neighbor Juliana Buendia said she was shocked this incident happened in her neighborhood but said she’s sadly not surprised at where the crime happened.

    “You never really see people coming and going,” she said. “It’s the only house where we don’t know anybody who lives here.”

    Police said some neighbors witnessed the shooting, while others reported seeing the couple walking their dog right before the shooting.

    “Nice people,” neighbor Frank Breen said. “We used to talk every time they come around walking with the dogs.”

    The murders of the McDaniels are the ninth and tenth murders of the year in Fairfax County.

    A probable cause hearing is scheduled for Aug. 9, at which point prosecutors will have to detail the case against Marshall and Strand, and possibly outline what could have allegedly motivated them to murder the mother and father in the front yard of their house in the prosperous Newington Forest neighborhood.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 2 2021 #76471
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    Concerning Ft Detrick, I been waiting patiently for an important contemporaneous clue; that those afflicted experienced a loss of smell. I have found no such reference, in spite of how blatantly that unique symptom manifests. Further, there are doubtless survivors and caretakers today, that can offer that information… who’s asking them?
    That said, sad that two army doctors in the DC area were recently murdered. Where is Seth Rich when you need him?

    https://www.wusa9.com/article/news/local/virginia/shooting-in-springfield-search-for-suspect-underway/65-5963345c-3ed6-4d45-90a8-3a8b74404b1f

    in reply to: Water Cannons? Tear Gas? #71545
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    Covid Death Risk Calculator. Warning, you might need to count a lot of zeros.
    https://www.qcovid.org/Home/AcademicLicence?licencedUrl=%2FCalculation

    in reply to: Fear is the New Smart #70681
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    So I have a thought today… what are the chances that I am infected with the Pfizer virus, given I work in an office where 60% of my coworkers got “vaccinated”?
    If I am Pfizered by others who participated in vaccinations, do I owe payment to Pfizer, in the same way that traditional farmers’ fields may be pollinated by a neighbor’s Monsanto crop, and thus owes Monsanto?
    I’m not sure I saw that coming.

    in reply to: Lockdown Syndrome #70075
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    What, no speculation on Roberts’ “Undeclared Agenda”? I guess, whatever it is, it’s working.
    Next week: bend over.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 16 2021 #69770
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    When do we start to hear about investigations into foreign influence into the election? Are they afraid it might be proven we already lost our Republic? Is it so evident, that it’s impossible to “fix” the outcome?

    in reply to: Heal the Planet for Profit – Redux #69757
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    Finance types can contribute to problem solving in this way: measure GDP simply as the harvesting of the sun’s energy. Then we can measure progress. Climate change and oil depletion will take care of itself.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle February 14 2021 #69693
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    One hell of a work in progress by Patrick Byrne going on at Deep Capture:

    As I started to answer Rudy began checking his phones again, literally fumbling with two or three of them again, reading his texts, etc. For the first time I did what I should have done two months earlier: I simply stopped talking. He said, “No no, go ahead.” I stayed silent and just stared at him. He said, “I can’t turn these off, I might get a call from the President.”

    @Mister Roboto – I have not followed much of the trial, but I notice the article you linked mentioning the question posed to the Trump attorneys, “When did President Trump learn that the life of his loyal vice president was in danger?’, which sounds a bit like, “When did you stop beating your wife?”.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 24 2021 #68793
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    “testing of vaccines” er, that would be Corona Virus vaccines.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 24 2021 #68792
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    This interview is by a former Navy doctor, hypothesizing about warfare 5.0. The animal testing of vaccines have always failed, as animals are challenged with the virus after vaccination. I can not make out the rational at 22:00 minutes, can anyone help out with mechanics of the challenging virus being a Trojan Horse? It seem pivotal to our point in time.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 17 2021 #68501
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    in reply to: Debt Rattle January 10 2021 #68115
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    I’ve seen two posts about the Insurrection Act having been signed. At four, it’s time to take cover?

    One (and it’s gone) & Two.

    in reply to: The Swamp Swallowed Trump #68034
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    Here is the hope;
    Lt. General Thomas McInerney, speaking at the White House yesterday.
    He says white hats (good guys, part of special forces) got Nancy Pelosi’s laptop during the breach of the Capitol on Wednesday. He says she’s frantic, and this is why she’s pushing to impeach Trump


    alternate link:

    in reply to: Debt Rattle December 15 2020 #66866
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    This year we watch Hong Kong swallowed whole by the CCP. Viable democratic loving people, POOF, disappeared as their extradition border got wiped!
    Now our democratic traditions were thrown out when observers were forced from the counting rooms.. voting machine misbehavior was observer abuse on steroids. I noticed very few tears shed, in a move that would have made Stalin proud.
    Today, we are watching is an attempt to restore the democratic features of our Republic. Very few politicians are mentioning voting reform, I suspect they are happy with the system that landed their seat.
    I note that alternate electors cast their votes in PA, GA, MI, WI, AZ, NV, and NM. The Texas suit aside, suits initiated by the Trump remain viable. Interesting to me, Georgia and Michigan has opened up machines and signatures for more scrutiny. I expect more events and evidence are still ahead of us. Given a SCOTUS victory, is there still any chance of an overturned election? I have trouble assessing the odds.
    January 6th… POOF?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle December 4 2020 #66400
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    Oh, God. As all the fraud claims across battleground states congeal, is it a vain thought that Biden concedes? With a confession from him, perhaps amnesty extended to others that confess? It sure beats what I reading here, today.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle December 3 2020 #66363
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    hhhmmm…
    Vaccine effectiveness: in the 90% range
    Ivermectine effectiveness: in the 90% range

    Vaccine risk: Everyone takes it, we find out as the year goes on.
    Ivermectine risk: Take it only when you’re sick or exposed, decades of few issues.

    Am I missing something here?
    kimo

    @ DR D:
    “Don’t shove others into a situation you won’t volunteer for yourself.”
    I’d take this a step farther. Even if you would volunteer, never force others.
    It’s not socialism, rather antisocialism, if you are forced to participate.

    in reply to: Slouching Out of the Fog Toward Pennsylvania Avenue #65586
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    Mahalo to Dr D. & Raul for this post, after listening to the entire interview, I’m stressed. How do you fix this without purging the DNC, media, CIA, FBI, and Justice Dept?
    I would like to see Tulsi & Jimmy Carter at the White House, speaking the Truth that would never be accepted from Trump. Every other trusted Democrat is compromised.
    Twain: “It is easier to fool people, than to convince them that they’ve been fooled.”
    In some places, Martial law is likely before February. And it will make things worse.
    Silver lining? Might be that best thing that could happen for the Libertarian Party.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle October 25 2020 #64805
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    Registered Sex Offender Listing:
    1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
    (also see Tara Reade, and others)

    EXCLUSIVE SOURCE: Biden Daughter’s Diary Details ‘Not Appropriate’ Showers With Joe As Child


    (my apologies for re-posting)

    in reply to: Debt Rattle October 24 2020 #64795
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    Why Biden won’t get elected: his daughter, Ashley, says she took “not appropriate showers” with him as a child. There goes the women vote. Many red flags, just ask Tara Reade.

    EXCLUSIVE SOURCE: Biden Daughter’s Diary Details ‘Not Appropriate’ Showers With Joe As Child

    in reply to: FBI = Disinformation #64575
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    Who’s going to blink?
    The FBI has had the laptop evidence nearly a year. So by virtue of their suppression of evidence in the Impeachment hearings, the FBI and Director Wray have come to a Comey moment just ahead of the election. As more evidence in FBI possesion drips out from the NY Post day by day, they choose between:

    1. Do nothing and appear felonious complicit in a cover-up to get Biden elected. Perhaps they can use a child molestation investigation excuse to have delayed corruption charges, although with the cat out of the bag, time is up.

    OR

    2. Torpedo Joe Biden, and likely Kamala by association, to salvage any reputation the agency might have remaining.

    By my estimation, Joe steps down so that the FBI’s hand is not forced, in hopes Kamala gets elected to pardon the entire Biden family. I see the DNC looses the election either way, and Joe wins the Big House instead of the White House.

    in reply to: Only Trump Can Keep America Together #64291
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    I came across an interesting quote this week:

    “Never has our future been more unpredictable, never have we depended so much on political forces that cannot be trusted to follow the rules of common sense and self-interest—forces that look like sheer insanity, if judged by the standards of other centuries. It is as though mankind had divided itself between those who believe in human omnipotence (who think that everything is possible if one knows how to organize masses for it) and those for whom powerlessness has become the major experience of their lives.” ― Hannah Arendt, “The Origins of Totalitarianism” (1951)

    Has the internet put a crack in our powerlessness?

    in reply to: How Not To Do Corona #64075
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    “I’ve worn a medical mask in surgical procedures over 10,000 times, and I can tell you that they do induce physiological changes. I’ll start to develop a tremor after about 30 minutes of mask wear in that high air exchange, higher oxygen level, cool environment.”


    Maybe we need exhale deflectors, pointing down, particularly useful when speaking loudly or singing?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle October 4 2020 #64073
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    “A society is as advanced as its treatment of its weak, its handicapped and incapacitated.”
    – Nassim Taleb
    “I am, at the Fed level, libertarian; at the state level, Republican; at the local level, Democrat; and at the family and friends level, a socialist.” – Nassim Taleb
    Combining these two quotes, I would conclude that government charity is not the answer Taleb would advise. More likely church groups and other local organizations. Never involuntary, as in sourced by taxes. Thus voluntary, and universal, participation is the ultimate in advanced society.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle October 3 2020 #64037
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    Positive for Covid: “Eleven staffers from Cleveland debate” Trump’s revenge?
    Walter Reed news conference with 10 medical staff members: many questions nailing down the non-application of oxygen, but not one question about HCQ?
    Missed opportunity: Trumps asks Chris about his father’s (Mike Wallace) appearance on flight logs of the Lolita Express.

    in reply to: Late Night Biden #63778
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    I’m sorry, most all are not funny, I feel empathy instead. I watched his 2008 VP acceptance speech, it was a whole other Joe. There is overlap between impediment and dementia, so root cause is not easy to assign, but the concluding emotion I feel is empathetic embarrassment. Where dementia starts, so does the abuse by those that decided he was the nominee. Hapless Democrats seem hopelessly compliant. It’s incredibly tragic.
    If Biden wins, who will know the identity of the President. It will be a bit like the EU, where none on the street can name the three(?). And maybe that’s the point. Instead of “The buck stops here”, it will be, “Where’s the buck?”.

    in reply to: Incompetence “R” Us #63774
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    Stop It!
    In case the image tag fails:
    Stop calling it “Quarantine”. Quarantine is for the sick. This is house arrest.
    Stop calling it “Social Distancing”. There is nothing social about forced isolation.
    Stop say “Safer at Home”. Because for millions of Americans in abusive situations and with mental health struggles, their home is anything but safe.
    Stop saying this for the “Greater Good”. No good can come form the government picking and choosing who is essential and who isn’t (think Nazi Germany) Every single person and every single business is essential.
    And most of all, stop saying the “New Normal”. Because there is nothing normal about any of this.

    in reply to: Incompetence “R” Us #63773
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    I am inspired by noticing that we will be securing vaccine doses a $20 a pop. Still, the price hardly compares to the HCQ gifted to us by India in the millions of doses; they sit in a warehouse expiring, and who will complain, certainly not 200K dead Americans? (are they dead if they still vote?) I think it might have been fitting to bury them with the dose of HCQ they were told was so dangerous it might kill them.

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