The War on Terror: Now with 25 percent more attacks

April 30, 2007

If the war mongers leading the U.S. keep shoving their fingers in their ears every time a report comes out noting how the U.S. “strategy” is adding to the worldwide terror problem, we can surely get the number of terror attacks and dead and mutilated bodies even higher for 2007.

Report says terror attacks up sharply

Terrorist attacks worldwide shot up 25 percent last year, particularly in Iraq where extremists used chemical weapons and suicide bombers to target crowds, according to a new State Department report.

Among countries, Iran remains the biggest supporter of terrorism, with elements of its government backing groups throughout the Middle East, particularly in Iraq, giving material support and guidance to Shiite insurgent groups that have attacked Sunnis, U.S. and Iraqi forces, the report said.

In its annual global survey of terrorism to be released Monday, the State Department says about 14,000 attacks took place in 2006, mainly in Iraq and Afghanistan. These strikes claimed more than 20,000 lives — two-thirds in Iraq. That is 3,000 more attacks than in 2005 and 5,800 more deaths.

Altogether, 40 percent more people were killed by increasingly lethal means around the globe.

is a farce. The military is stretched to the breaking point. The Iraq government is taking a two-month vacation. Victory is completely impossible to define.

A defeat for the U.S.? No, this is now a national humiliation. A very bloody, nightmarish national humiliation.


Crossposted at Shakesville

Rush Limbaugh’s Influence: RIP

April 30, 2007

Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to celebrate the death of Rush Limbaugh’s influence on the American political and social scenes. Limbaugh’s influence, which peaked in 1994 and has been steadily eroding since, was at one time a terror on the airwaves, but has now flatlined, leaving him and his cartel of 75-year-old angry white guy listeners as little more than impotent, powerless parodies.

Limbaugh, who has spent the last several years being busted on drug charges, taking Viagra-fueled trips to such exotic sex tourism locations as the Dominican Republic and interviewing Dick Cheney, could not be reached for comment. Nonetheless, his Influence continued to barely cling to life. With the release of his latest appeal to the KKK, the song “Barack the Magic Negro,” Limbaugh’s Influence is now as dead as Don Imus’ career.

Limbaugh now joins the likes of Michael Savage, Ann Coulter, Bill O’Reilly, and the dude with a bag over his head in the “Hug a Hater” video, as completely irrelevant, albeit noisy, gasbags who have lost touch with reality, and will now spout any racist, homophobic or misogynistic epitaph in the hope that someone notices them.

In fact, when asked who would have the most influence of the above in the 2008 Presidential elections, 98 percent of the American public chose the “Hater.”

RIP, Rush Limbaugh’s Influence.


Will NY Times begin a separation of press and state?

April 30, 2007

While many in the elite Washington media continue to angrily deny that the Bush Administration has used them as puppets the last six years, it’s nice to see Frank Rich and the New York Times come to the realization that being best friends with politicians is a self-hating practice. Rich wrote that the Times will no longer take part in the happy grab-ass fest that is the White House Correspondents Association dinner:

“After last weekend’s correspondents’ dinner, The Times decided to end its participation in such events. But even were the dinner to vanish altogether, it remains but a yearly televised snapshot of the overall syndrome,” wrote Rich. “The current White House, weakened as it is, can still establish story lines as fake as ‘Mission Accomplished’ and get a free pass.”

Admitting a problem exists - it’s a start. Of course, there are plenty of top journalists who still fervently believe that journalism and stenography are the same thing. But when the Times does things, other papers and media organizations tend to follow. So while it may not be much that the Times is backing out of the WHCA dinner, hopefully it’s the start to a slow death to the buddy-buddy system currently in place for our nation’s top politicians and journalists.


Pro-ana Web sites and a culture of eating disorders: Young people speak out

April 29, 2007

A while back, I wrote a post titled “Ana Carolina Reston, Pro-Ana Web sites a sign that we have all failed our girls” that looked into the frightening phenomenon of teen girls running running pro-anorexia (pro-ana) Web sites, and of how the body image issues many girls around the globe deal with are a fault of society.

At very least, we owe this to the young girls in our lives: let them know they are beautiful as they are, and that the images they see on TV and in magazines are just that, images. Actresses and models are not reality, they are.

We have failed our girls. And we need to start making things right again.

Interestingly, this post was noticed by some younger readers - including some who run pro-ana sites. They touched at the issue from perspectives I never could, and their responses - on both sides of the issue - tell the story of a confused generation. Here’s what some of them had to say:

I do have an eating disorder website and it’s really hard to explain myself I feel like I’m fat and I need to lose weight and I only put the pro ana rules on myself I’d never do it to someone else but then I found these sites 6yrs ago and I realised (unfortunately) cruelly people felt just like me I wish noone did but the reality is other people think like me I feel less like a freak having known people like me I know that doesn’t make it ok but it’s better than being alone. I do not condone starvation and will not hand out tips to what we call ‘wannabaes’. I’m sorry if this is offensive but having people like me in contact with me makes it easier to live, loneliness too is a killer.


I’m sorry if you find this offensive, but the ONLY was you will find it easier to live is if you seek help for your sickness. You say that loneliness is a killer, but in the long run the only thing killing you is yourself, and your choice to be pro anorexic.


I agree with you but when you have anorexia and you have failed to get well so often- I can put on weight but my thoughts have never changed enough, so I’m not pro ana but living with ana If I had a choice I’d have no eating disorder but with my rampant thoughts it’s easier to live by ana than eat normALLy and suffer even more or become bulimic which has happened to me many times during trying to recover, I’ve been in and out of therapy for 12 years.


“I think that the fashion industry is crazy when they critize models weights like on The Agency and America’s Next Top Model. They should make the BPI of 18 rule like Madrid did. These models are way to skinny and they look horrible and emaciated!!! They are pressured into purging and being anorexic or bulimic so that they can make it sucessfully as a model.. They look gross.. people with the disease need medical and physcological help immeadiatley!!! It is creepy and VERY noticable.. accept yourself for who you are! NOBODY is perfect…”


“Yes, some of the models (both male and female) and actresses like Kate Bosworth, Nichole Richie, Victoria Beckham tell us with actions and photos that to be beautiful you must be small. But if you were happy with yourself to begin with, the fight to be as you are might be easier to win. Stay healthy, work out, enjoy life, but enjoy it. After reading articles of models (including two sisters) who have died to stay thin, their plight was sad and dismal and very lonely. That is not enjoying life. I want to cry at the idea that there are places in the world that promote illnesses like anorexia and bulimia.”


I’m a boy aged 15 with a girlfriend also aged 15 who is going through a rather terrifying case of Anorexia as i write this..

Even beofre i met her i was horrified by the size and shape of the models and ‘fashion icons’ i saw on TV and in magazines, so when i found out the news that somebody who i loved and cared for was becoming one of these people i felt physically sick.

Anorexia and Bulimia are things that you hear about almost every day, and constant complaints of ‘Oh my god, i look so fat!’ are heard almost every five seconds. I was disgusted to hear a female friend of mine who is a size 6, 15 years old and 5ft 4in tell me she was going on a diet to try and drop a dress size because she’s recently been to a fashion show and wished one day she could look as beautiful as the models did..

That for me gave me a mixture of two emotions, i wanted to hit her for being so stupid, but cry for her for being so blind. I don’t see why young girls think being so skinny means they’re beautiful. So many girls are taking on their independance streaks and claiming they want to be individual, yet they are copying the stick thin look of catwalkers in an attempt to be something they’re not.

Anorexia and Bulimia cause alot more problems than gains, the only person who really feels better about themselves is the person doing it, whereas anybody close to them are left feeling hurt and helpless.

Natural beauty is better than anything else in the world and being confident in your own skin is far more attractive then starving yourself ’til make your ribs poke out and skin droops, no matter what anyone else says.


people need to realise that they are just damaging themselves but once its in thier head they dont realise what they are doing, and all that pressurer must just make them want to explode.

i am very interested in the fashion industry and have even considered entering it as a makeup artist but if that meant staring at girls like that everyday i dont think i could do it.

im all for havin thin girls to model thier clothes but come on, there is a line and recently it has been crossed just a few to many times.


So touched that you used my website in your article, but all your doing is giving us anas the attention that we thrive on.. everytime people post something about pro ana and all that it makes me happy because my site will just get more popular and get more hits and that makes me happy if the girls who come there need help. Its not like you choose to have the disease, but if you have it you feel SO alone and all you want to do is discuss. no one can heal an eating disorder, but if i can help girls like me feel better and not be as unhappy then it makes me feel good. i searched up my site x3thinspiration on google and it showed me this article so what happens when other girls search up something regarding this? they go to the website. they read my tips and see my thinspo. theyre exposed. and i just might have sold anorexia to one more person. all these pro ana things might just do more harm then good.


and it’s not only the media, the models and popstars who let girls from my age starve themselves. I know girls who are boulimic or anorexic.. Most of them have the sickness because their most closest relatives say they’re too fat and ugly and that they won’t be able to find a boyfriend because they look so disgustingly fat.. Gouverments should work on this too. It certainly isn’t only because of the thinspiration you see in magazines and on catwalks that there are so many girls starving themselves…..

You can find all the comments in their entirety by clicking here.


Meat grinder of Iraq needs more meat, fast: Gen Casey

April 29, 2007

Any volunteers? Maybe it’s time to get that draft going, don’t you think?

Top general: U.S. needs a bigger Army faster

The Army’s new chief of staff said he wants to accelerate by two years a plan to increase the nation’s active-duty soldiers by 65,000.

The Army has set 2012 as its target date for a force expansion to 547,000 troops, but Gen. George Casey said he told his staff to have the soldiers ready earlier.

“I said that’s too long. Go back and tell me what it would take to get it done faster,” he said in an interview Saturday with The Associated Press during a stop in Hawaii.

An interesting quote:

A woman in the group asked Casey if her husband’s deployments would stop getting longer. She said they used to last for six months in the 1990s but then started lasting nine months and 12 months. Two weeks ago, she heard the Army’s announcement that deployments would be extended as long as 15 months.

“Do you honestly foresee this spiral, in effect, stopping?” she asked.

Casey said the Army wants to keep deployments to 15 months, but “I cannot look at you in the eye and guarantee that it would not go beyond.”

Luckily for Casey, his President, Vice-President, and pretty much everyone else married to the Bush Administration will gladly look into the eyes of military families, and the American people, and flat out lie to them.


Popó pounded: Juan Diaz dominates Acelino Freitas

April 28, 2007

Using a blistering left jab and body attack, an unrelenting Juan Diaz dominated Acelino “Popó” Freitas, with the Brazilian unable to answer the bell for the ninth round.

It was a complete performance by the 23-year-old Diaz, who has upped his game dramatically in the three years since winning the WBA lightweight title. In taking Freitas’ WBO title, Diaz now stands at 32-0 with 16 KOs, and has shown he’s ready for top-level competition from here on out.

Diaz used a wonderful left jab to compliment his body shots and thudding hooks, hurting Freitas severely in round five. From there on out, the writing was on the wall, as Diaz applied constant pressure to the wilting Brazilian. Throughout the fight, Diaz’s combinations and jab were remarkably fast, and his combinations hurt Freitas severely in round eight, leaving the former title holder (38-2 32 KOs) holding on and looking defeated. Freitas stayed on his stool after round 8, and the celebration of one of boxing’s top young champions began.

For Freitas, staying on the stool was no where near as egregious as his walking away from Diego Corrales. The Brazilian, who has appeared to lose a bit in the last few years, was game throughout and rocked Diaz on a couple of occasions. In the end, however, he had been whipped. He may not have went out on his shield, but he gave all he had.

One note on Freitas: While it’s often reported that he’s “wildly popular” in Brazil, that’s really not the case. He’s known and appreciated, to be sure, and a big star in his home state of Bahia. Overall, however, he maybe shares the same level of fame as some of the nation’s top volleyball players. The only “wildly popular” athletes in this South American country are footballers.

With all said and done on this battle of champions, let there be no doubt, the main story, however, is Diaz. He has taken his game to a much higher level since he was a highly touted teen, and is now a force to be reckoned with in the lightweight and junior welterweight divisions. It was a truly impressive performance by the “Baby Bull,” who is all grown up now.


Pittsburgh Steelers fans rest easy: Lawrence Timmons will be a star

April 28, 2007

Taking a look at the NFL Draft, it’ll definitely be interesting to see how JaMarcus Russell develops, and see whether Calvin Johnson will be as good as advertised. Both look like guys who could truly make a mark on the league, but as always, nothing is written in stone.

Except for this: The Pittsburgh Steelers’ No. 1 pick, Florida State’s Lawrence Timmons, will become one of the top outside linebackers in the league. It is just about guaranteed. These are the Steelers we’re talking about, folks. The greatest drafting team in the history of the NFL.

The Steelers have made maybe one mistake in the last decade or so - taking Plaxico Burress ahead of Brian Urlacher in 2000. But, at the time, the Steelers needed a wide receiver, and Urlacher was still a bit of a mystery. And it’s not like Burress was a total washout for them or anything.

So with the past as my guide, it’s a sure thing that the Steelers just did a great job in replacing Joey Porter. Because Lawrence Timmons will become a standout in the NFL. Just like nearly all the Steelers’ top picks, and a hell of a lot of late picks, as well.


Time to reinstitute the draft to win this glorious “War of Civilizations”

April 27, 2007

There are still plenty of hardliners left who will tell you — in all seriousness and with a palpable sense of fear — that the U.S. is in a battle for its existence. That the U.S. is fighting a determined enemy that will follow us home if we leave Iraq. And now that President Bush has made it abundantly clear that he will veto any emergency supplemental funding bill for the Iraq occupation that includes any type of wording regarding withdrawal, the time is now.

It’s time to reinstitute the draft. And not just the draft. Because if this is an actual “War of Civilizations” it’s time all Americans joined in the fight.

We need to suspend all sporting events.

We need to sell war bonds and raise taxes.

We need to draft every able bodied American to fight against the enemy.

If Bush is going to veto the bill given to him by the Senate, and he truly believes that the U.S. is fighting for its very existence, then it’s time to implement programs designed for the nation to win.

The war hungry have long been using the insulting refrain that this generation could never deal with what the World War II generation dealt with. But do you think the “Greatest generation” would have sat back and watched the Nazi threat blast through Europe, while having their only responsibility be to shop more? They were asked to make sacrifices, and they did. Thus far, the Bush Administration and its PNAC overlords have refused to ask anything of Americans that aren’t in the military to fight this heinous threat of Islamo-blah-blah.

What could possibly be the reason for that? Well, as Space Cowboy wrote at Shakesville:

“With a draft, there will be simultaneous epiphanies across the land while even (Bill) Kristol might come to admit that the war is lost.”

It’s time someone in Congress introduce a bill for the draft. And that bill had better be embraced by every last member of Congress that voted against the emergency supplemental funding bill.

Because if they are going to continue to use the scare card and endlessly tell us how Islamic fundamentalists want to rule the world and we have to stop them, then it only stands to reason that they’d want every American available to fight against that threat.

So reinstitute the draft.

Or get the fuck out of Iraq.


MIWOMIT Presents: VD is for Everybody

April 27, 2007

Hey everyone, welcome to the premiere edition of “Movies I Watched on My Ipod Theater” (MIWOMIT). Today, we look at a classic of its genre “VD is for Everybody.”

Watching “VD” was simultaneously one of the most refreshing, and troubling things I’ve watched on my Ipod recently. An unidentified singer pleasantly croons that Venereal Diseases can affect anyone:

VD is for everybody
Not just for the few
Anyone can share VD
With someone nice as you

VD is for everybody
Darlin’ have no doubt
That anyone can get VD
That’s what it’s all about.

This Public Service Announcement, made in 1969, lets us know that we are all capable of catching VD, whether you’re a librarian, professor, butcher, baby, guy playing at the beach with his child, etc., as the one-minute, one-second video that goes along with the song highlights people in a wide range of fields, and points out that, yes, even they are at risk of getting VD.

The song itself is one of those haunting melodies that will be stuck in your head for months. The footage is stylishly laid out, as the director takes what could be just a simple montage, and instead creates a community of potential VD sufferers. It’s truly a work of art, at least in the field of PSAs.

If you look deeper at the video, however, a horrifying truth becomes clear. The video highlights 14 people, 13 white, one black. The point hits you like a hammer - white people are at least 13 times more likely to get VD than anyone else. If “VD is for Everyone” teaches you anything, let it be that.


Crossposted at Shakesville

If Michael Vick is running dog and cockfights, he must be suspended for 2007

April 27, 2007

Sick vick

Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick is being investigated for running pit bull fights and cockfights at a home he owns.

If Vick is innocent, I’ll gladly write a post saying so. If he’s guilty, he needs to be suspended every bit as harshly as Pacman Jones.

The news on Vick comes out a couple months after his teammate, defensive lineman Jonathan Babineaux, was arrested for animal abuse for murdering his girlfriend’s dog.


A search warrant has been issued for a property in Surry County owned by NFL Atlanta Falcons star quarterback Michael Vick.

Vick does not live at the home. It is inhabited by Vick’s nephew. Police said Vick does not spend much time on the property.

The search warrant was granted by the Surry County Circuit Court. A state task force went to the property searching for a person that they believed may be on the property, but the person was not Vick. Investigators would not reveal the name of the person they were searching for.

While investigators were at the property, they discovered three buildings behind the home that housed several barking dogs.

“When they had a chance to go to the site, they discovered animal neglect,” Surry County Administrator Tyrone Franklin.

Franklin said that the dogs appeared to be hungry and forgotten.

Both state and county investigators were searching the property Wednesday afternoon. Several animal control trucks were also on the scene and dog barking was audible.

No further information about the warrant has been released at this time. More information will be available after the investigation is complete.

Early reports indicate that Vick was allegedly running a dog-fighting and cockfighting operation from the back of the home. The Virginia Animal Fighting Taskforce was on the scene. Authorities report that Vick had been under investigation for several years for illegal animal fighting.

Whether Vick likes it or not, he’s a role model, and is paid quite well to be one. In fairness to him, his side of the story has yet to be heard, and he doesn’t actually live at the house in question. Abusing animals is a sickness and generally the sign of a disturbed individual, however. If Vick is found guilty, or even had knowledge of what was happening on his property, the NFL needs to erase his 2007, at the very least. Of course, if guilty, he could be going away regardless.

If the NFL doesn’t act on this situation, however, then they are complicit. They would become a league that is pro-pit bull fighting and pro-cockfighting and pro-animal cruelty. It’s that simple.


A brilliant line from Digby

April 26, 2007

In a post regarding Bill Moyers holding the flame over the elite Washington media, here’s a perfect line from Digby:

Political journalism in America has mostly become an elaborate kabuki dance.

Spot on. Read more here.


Hats off to Mike Penner, Christine Daniels

April 26, 2007

L.A. Times sportswriter Mike Penner has an announcement:

Old Mike, new Christine

During my 23 years with The Times’ sports department, I have held a wide variety of roles and titles. Tennis writer. Angels beat reporter. Olympics writer. Essayist. Sports media critic. NFL columnist. Recent keeper of the Morning Briefing flame.

Today I leave for a few weeks’ vacation, and when I return, I will come back in yet another incarnation.

As Christine.

I am a transsexual sportswriter. It has taken more than 40 years, a million tears and hundreds of hours of soul-wrenching therapy for me to work up the courage to type those words. I realize many readers and colleagues and friends will be shocked to read them.

Best of luck and an untold amount of respect to the soon-to-be Christine Daniels. The courage shown will undoubtedly be a huge inspiration to many. Good luck, Christine, you have a lot to be proud of and a lot of new friends.

Read more about Mike Penner’s wonderfully written tale of his journey to become Christine Daniels by clicking here.

-WKW Turns out ‘The Big Lebowski’ was a documentary

April 26, 2007

The Dude

There are a lot of great things about the Internet, but very likely the best part of it is that movie stars feel it necessary to have their own Web pages. Like Melanie Griffith’s “Avalon” where we get to find out once and for all that Griffith actually lives inside her own demented Harlequin romance novel.

Of course, Griffith has nothing on Jeff Bridges. But five minutes into looking at you’ll come to a startling discovery - “The Big Lebowski” was a documentary. The Dude is real.

Everywhere you look on, you’ll find Bridge’s own artwork (translation: doodles). You’ll also find a personal note from Bridges on first page:

Some dude has been posing as me on the guestbook & message board. I don’t plan to communicate that way so an postings from ‘me’ on there are fake. Please use good netiquette, guys.

So get that through your head right off the bat and there will be no problems. You can enjoy Jeff’s site, but Jeff won’t be hanging out or writing to you.

After that, the Web site has several sections. You can peruse info on the 87,000 films Bridges has been in (Dude’s busy. Really busy) or you can find out how to buy Bridge’s album “Be Here Soon.” All the while enjoying some random doodles Bridges jotted off while eating his corn flakes.

The “Stuff” section is particularly interesting, and includes more artwork linking to what are apparently some of Bridges favorite sites, including an odd Java game called Pass the Pigs, a link to a video of juggler Chris Bliss, Bridges’ own illustrations to the John Irving short story “The Door in the Floor,” a link to (“A celebration of all things Lebowski”) and a link to a 2005 BBC story of a woman jailed for ripping off a dude’s left testicle. Among other things.

There’s also the Message Board that, while Bridges assures us he never plans to post on, somehow gets an irrational amount of attention, including one never-ending thread from someone named Cecile who is in an all-out war against the Scientologists that are tracking them (and Cecile even supplies the license plate numbers of the vans following him).

Here’s a sample from Cecile, who sometimes doesn’t even bother with translating and posts in French:

It is well explained i think in all my messages specially in “Tom Cruise stronger than democracy in Europe”?

If you want this website site is where the journalists i am in contact with (in the states and eu) are watching. They know my real identity.

I think it was a big mistake of us administration to accept to consider a nazi organization a “religion” and then scientology can benefit from tax exemption and recycle money via production (that is why Nicole Kidman made a petition against scientology tax exemption). Hope i have managed to explain. I’d say Jeff is not a nazi. He can contact the Washington Post and the New York times (and else), they know about me.

If i am not here , i will go else where. I just find here friendly if you don’t mind.

Actually the pic upload which could help me at its worst staying alive does work. Technology is obviously stronger than democracy.

Then, as is to be expected, there’s the “Do plants communicate with us?” thread.

Bridges also has a link to his own End Hunger Network displayed prominently. Overall, it’s probably safe to say that, for a movie star, Bridges seems like a good enough guy. Of course, it’s also safe to assume one other thing - Jeff Bridges is, in fact, The Dude. And being The Dude is enough for at least 100 or so to think he’s up to the job of being President of the United States of America.

To: Jeff Bridges and U.S. Congress

We, assembled fans of actor and activist Jeff Bridges move that he run for president in the 2008 United States election. While we recognize that playing the president of the United States in a movie (The Contender, 2000) does not necessarily prepare one for actually being president of the United States, it probably doesn’t hurt. Moreover, Bridges’ role as “The Dude” in the Big Lebowski (1998) has been presumed to be somewhat evocative of the actor’s real-life personality (he even wore his own clothes in the movie), and we firmly believe that “The Dude” would make an excellent figurehead of our troubled nation. Additionally, Mr. Bridges has proven himself capable of worthy leadership and compassion in establishing his “End Hunger Network” charity. Therefore, we nominate Mr. Bridges as candidate for president in the 2008 United States election, to run under any political party he chooses. In summing up: Run for president, Dude!

So head on over to and see for yourself if The Dude is capable of running the free world. He couldn’t do a worse job than the guy doing it now, and the world would be a much trippier place.


Tom DeLay: Laughingstock

April 26, 2007

Tom DeLay, living in his own secret world of Nazis and traitors, went off on Harry Reid and Nacy Pelosi, accusing them of treason, saying he knew it was true because he “looked it up while we were driving over here, what the definition of treason is.”

And then on Tucker Carlson’s MSNBC show, Carlson, Pat Robertson and A.B. Stoddard had fun mocking him.

“It’s amazing. It used to be oh, how the mighty have fallen, and now it’s oh, how the might have fallen and gone out on book tour,” said Stoddard.

Luckily for DeLay, the crazy-eyes, “I’m a dangerous nutcase” thing works quite well in prison. Until then, he’s a fun laughingstock to have around.

Check the video here at Crooks and Liars.


Google Search presents the most famous Wolfrum

April 25, 2007

A Google search has shown that I still have light years to go to catch the most famous Wolfrum. At this point, it appears obvious that the most famous Wolfrum is …

Walter Wolfrum

Walter Wolfrum (born May, 23 1923 in Schmölz, Germany), was a German World War II fighter ace who served in the Luftwaffe from February 1943 until the end of the war. He is credited with 137 confirmed kills.

So there’s good news and bad news. The bad news: The most famous Wolfrum was a Nazi pilot. The good news: He was a bad-ass pilot.


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