Show Notes 06-13-19

Thursday show notes 06-13-19

THE FRENCHMAN WHO HELPED SAVE AMERICA
https://www.wnd.com/2017/06/the-frenchman-who-helped-save-america/

Uber’s futuristic drone delivery service could launch as early as this summer
https://bgr.com/2019/06/12/uber-eats-drone-food-delivery-service/

Boston Dynamics’ creepy robot dog is going up for sale
https://www.foxnews.com/tech/boston-dynamics-creepy-robot-dog-is-going-up-for-sale

Venezuelans flock to Peru before new entry requirements
https://www.foxnews.com/world/venezuelans-flock-to-peru-before-new-entry-requirements

US hospital ship begins 5-month mission in the Americas
https://www.foxnews.com/us/us-hospital-ship-begins-5-month-mission-in-the-americas.amp

FEMINIST ADMITS ABORTION IS ‘KILLING THAT WE NEED TO BE ABLE TO DEFEND’
https://clarion.causeaction.com/2019/06/12/feminist-admits-abortion-is-killing-that-we-need-to-be-able-to-defend/

NOW ILLINOIS DECLARES ABORTION FREE-FOR-ALL
https://www.wnd.com/2019/06/new-state-law-declares-abortion-free-for-all/?cat_orig=health

Study: Homemade, DIY Cat Food Recipes Could Potentially Kill Your Cat
https://www.studyfinds.org/homemade-cat-food-recipes-unhealthy-toxic/

New York town learned to live with rattlesnakes
https://www.foxnews.com/science/new-york-town-learned-to-live-with-rattlesnakes

Trump tariffs is impeding China’s economy: White House trade adviser Peter Navarro
https://www.foxbusiness.com/politics/trump-tariffs-is-impeding-chinas-economy-white-house-trade-advisor-peter-navarro

Show Notes 08-16-2018

Thursday show notes 08-16-18

Changes to Lord’s Prayer to Be Made Official in Italy
The Italian bishops conference announced Tuesday that changes to the Lord’s Prayer proposed by Pope Francis will take effect in Italy this November.
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DOJ: Iraqi Refugee Living in California Had Terrorist Connections
Omar Ameen, 45, an Iraqi national and suspected member of ISIS who came to the United States as a refugee, will be extradited to Iraq where he faces charges of murdering an Iraqi police officer, the Justice Department announced on Wednesday.
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Food Donated To Puerto Rico Hurricane Victims Found Rotting In Parking Lot
Ten shipping containers filled with food, baby products, and over-the-counter medications like Tylenol — all supplies desperately needed in the days and weeks following Hurricane Maria — were found rotting in a Puerto Rico parking lot last week, never distributed.
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Washington judge throws out children’s climate change lawsuit
King County Superior Court Judge Michael Scott ruled in favor of the State of Washington’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit, Aji P. v. State of Washington. The 13 young activists in the suit argue that the state is violating their constitutional rights through actions that cause climate change.
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SHOPIFY CEO: FREE SPEECH ‘UNWORKABLE,’ PURGES GUN SELLERS
The CEO of major online retailing platform Shopify deleted a post detailing the company’s commitment to free speech this week as the company began purging gun-related retailers.
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MASTERCARD ORDERS CRITIC OF JIHAD DROPPED
The author of 18 bestselling books, Robert Spencer is known for regularly pointing out that the perpetrators of more than 33,000 terrorist attacks since 9/11 have cited Islamic scripture as the motivation for their often deadly acts of violence.
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Red tide crisis: The science behind the toxic algae bloom on Florida’s Gulf Coast
Florida’s red tide, which was declared an emergency by Gov. Rick Scott on Monday, has been devastating marine life on Florida’s Gulf Coast this summer. Beaches have been littered with dead sea life as a result of the naturally occurring toxic algae.
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China Just Tested a Hypersonic Weapon That Could Launch Nukes at 6 Times the Speed of Sound
China successfully tested a hypersonic aircraft on Friday (Aug. 3), one that could one day be capable of firing nuclear missiles around the planet at up to six times the speed of sound, according to China’s state-run news site China Daily.
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Bug-Sized Robot Competitors to Swarm DARPA’s ‘Robot Olympics’
Picture the Olympic Games — except instead of human athletes, the competitors are all insect-sized robots. That’s the scenario proposed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), representatives said in a statement.
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Show Notes 12-16-17

Saturday Show 12-16-17

Humans would be cool with finding aliens
If extraterrestrial life is ever discovered, humanity would probably be pretty cool with it. A new study, one of very few of its kind, finds that people typically respond quite positively to the notion of life on other planets.
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Security robots are being used to ward off San Francisco’s homeless population
One such bot cop recently took over the outside of the San Francisco SPCA, an animal advocacy and pet adoption clinic in the city’s Mission district, to deter homeless people from hanging out there — causing some people to get very upset.
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GQ: man rescuing bunny from wildfire reveals whites’ hatred for blacks
Wednesday, December 6th, during the raging Thomas Fire in California, Caleb Wadnan rescued a scared rabbit in an amazing viral video. The clip of Wadnan risking harm to save the frightened and screaming bunny moved the world.
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Trump on Eliminating Federal Regulations: ‘We Aimed for 2-for-1 … We Hit 22-for-1’
President Donald Trump announced Thursday that within the first 11 months of his presidency, his administration “cancelled or delayed over 1,500 planned regulatory actions – more than any previous president by far.”
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Federal judge blocks Trump rollback of ObamaCare birth control mandate
A federal judge in Pennsylvania temporarily blocked the Trump administration’s recent rules allowing moral and religious exceptions for ObamaCare’s birth control requirement.
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Mike Tyson: “Hillary Clinton is America’s most prolific serial killer”
During Mike Tyson’s stand up performance, he said something which many people believe to be alarmingly true: “Hillary is America’s most prolific serial killer – bar none.”
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Ahead of New Year’s Eve, Cologne Police Gear Up to Prevent Repeat of Mass Sexual Assaults
Police in Cologne are gearing up to prevent the repeat of mass sexual assaults like the ones that took place in the city two year ago, German newspapers report today.
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Abbas Says He Will Press UN to ‘Annul’ Trump’s Jerusalem Decision
Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas has signaled plans to have the U.N. Security Council “annul” President Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, but according to an international law expert, the proposal is “fantasy.”
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Trump blamed for cancellation of Christmas in Nazareth
President Trump’s critics have blamed him for many things, from climate change to a decrease in the frequency of Americans engaging in sex, and now he’s being held responsible for messing up the celebration of Jesus’ birth.
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Show Notes 09-30-2017

Saturday Show 9-30-17

Antifa plans “Civil War” to overthrow the government
Antifa is planning a new round of nationwide riots on November 4 as part of a plot to start a “civil war” that will lead to the overthrow of the Trump administration.
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Trump to slash refugee admissions to U.S
President Trump “mostly got his way,” making significant changes to the refugee plan he inherited from President Obama, and this weekend he will finish the work with a plan that’s entirely his own.
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Rescuing boy from burning truck leads to charges?
When a woman spotted a little boy in a burning pickup truck at Snoqualmie Pass, Washington, she acted quickly to help save him from flames shooting out of the vehicle.
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Robotic Farm Completes 1st Fully Autonomous Harvest
It’s harvest season in many parts of the world, but on one farm in the United Kingdom, robots — not humans — are doing all the heavy lifting.
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Trump administration shuts down Central American minor protection program
The Trump administration on Wednesday shut down yet another Obama-era program — this one created to give Central American minors fleeing poverty and gang violence in their homeland temporary legal status in the United States.
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School board member likens US flag to toilet paper
A Chicago-area school member says she isn’t backing down from comments she made on Facebook equating the American flag with toilet paper, saying the flag is a meaningless piece of cloth and “a false symbol of hope” for black people.
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Teacher to ‘hail Satan’, Pastor vows sledgehammer
A South Florida middle-school teacher is again igniting rage among local Christians by planning a satanic display encouraging children to “hail Satan” in a public city park during the upcoming Christmas season.
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School district apologizes after teacher bans MAGA shirts
The Superintendent of Georgia’s Cherokee Schools District has apologized after a teacher banned students from wearing pro-Trump t-shirts.
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Shocking photos of librarian who rejected Melania’s Dr. Seuss books surface
Liz Phipps Soeiro, a librarian at a Cambridge, Mass., elementary school, is taking a huge backlash over her public rejection of a set of 10 Dr. Seuss books sent to the library as a gift from First Lady Melania Trump.
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Lawsuits aim to change winner-take-all Electoral College system by 2020 presidential race
The votes have been counted and President Trump has moved into the White House, but the campaign to upend the Electoral College is far from over.
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Special counsel investigators start questioning White House staffers
Investigators have begun questioning White House staffers as part of the special counsel’s Russia probe, two sources confirmed to Fox News.
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Harry Reid expected to be called to testify in Menendez trial, source says
Former Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid is expected to be called to testify in the corruption trial of Sen. Robert Menendez, a source with knowledge of the situation told Fox News on Friday.
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Show Notes 07-08-2017

Saturday Show 7-8-17

Memorandum to DOD
Under existing DoD policy, such accessions were anticipated to begin on July 1, 2017.  The Deputy Secretary directed the Services to assess their readiness to begin accessions.
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GOP Senator Proposes Transferring Sanctuary Cities’ Federal Funds to Border Wall Budge
One Republican senator is proposing a new solution for sanctuary cities that do not follow the law: take some of their federal funding and transfer it to a budget for President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall.
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Cambridge Offers ‘How-To’ Legal Guide For Illegal Aliens
Late last month, one of the Bay State’s most progressive cities quietly started offering a new service on its website, an “immigrant concerns” resource page aimed at assisting “undocumented people living in Cambridge.”
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ICE Director: ‘We Do Not Conduct Sweeps’ Or ‘Raids’
During Wednesday’s White House press briefing, the acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Tom Homan, said that ICE does not conduct sweeps, raids, or roadblocks to remove people who have illegally immigrated into the U.S.
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Judge Denies Hawaii’s Motion on ‘Travel Ban,’ Says Supreme Court Right Venue
A federal judge in Hawaii has denied a motion filed by that state seeking to limit the scope of President Donald Trump’s so-called travel ban, parts of which were cleared to be implemented by the U.S. Supreme Court.
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First of 100 ‘Police-Stations-in-a-Box’ Arrive in Iraq: ‘Nothing Says Normal Like a Policeman’
Nothing says normal like a policeman,” Anderson told reporters. He said the temporary, relocatable police stations will be set up in all five of Iraq’s liberated provinces  (Nineveh, Kirkuk, Saladin, Diyala and Anbar) “to establish a visible police presence as soon as possible.”
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Trump to Three Seas Nations: If You Need Energy, ‘Give Us a Call’
In a speech at the Three Seas Initiative Summit, President Donald Trump on Thursday touted the United States’ energy independence, telling Central European leaders that America exports energy and if they need energy, they should “give us a call.”
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Franks: If Senate Strips Planned Parenthood Defunding From Health Bill, It Will Blow It to ‘Smithereens’
On Twitter last Friday, House Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) warned that if the Senate takes the “pro-life components out of” the health care bill, it will blow the bill “to smithereens” in the House. Franks’ remarks came several days after he signed a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) that the defunding of Planned Parenthood in the bill was essentially non-negotiable.
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New holes in Loretta Lynch’s story on the Hillary probe
When former Attorney General Loretta Lynch testified last year about her decision not to prosecute Hillary Clinton for mishandling classified information, she swore she never talked to “anyone” on the Clinton campaign.
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DNC WON’T RELEASE EVIDENCE OF SETH RICH’S WIKILEAKS TIES
Jack Burkman, a lawyer and GOP lobbyist who is funding the Profiling Project, wrote the letter on behalf of the group. He called on the DNC to turn over any evidence that would substantiate Rich’s ties to WikiLeaks.
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Tech start-up event pulls flier featuring topless robot, lingerie show
Silicon Valley is reeling from charges of sexism and discrimination. But that didn’t stop a tech start-up networking event at San Francisco’s swank W Hotel from advertising itself with a poster of a topless female robot and the promise of a “summer seduction lingerie fashion show” to follow.
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Hybrid Driving-Flying Robots Could Go Beyond the Flying Car
Whether they’re swooping in to deliver packages or spotting victims in disaster zones, swarms of flying robots could have a range of important applications in the future, a new study found. The robots can transition from driving to flying without colliding with each other and could offer benefits beyond the traditional flying-car concepts of sci-fi lore, the study said.
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Show Notes 03-11-17

Saturday Show 3-11-17

Massive Oil Discovery in Alaska Is Biggest Onshore Find in U.S. in 30 years
Some 1.2 billion barrels of oil have been discovered in Alaska, marking the biggest onshore discovery in the U.S. in three decades. The massive find of conventional oil on state land could bring relief to budget pains in Alaska brought on by slumping production in the state and the crash in oil prices.
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New Trump travel ban can’t be enforced on Syrian family trying to flee to Wisconsin, judge says
A federal judge on Friday blocked President Trump ‘s administration from enforcing his new travel ban against a Syrian family looking to escape their war-torn homeland by fleeing to Wisconsin.
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Book filled with blank pages tops Amazon’s best seller list
A joke book “written” by a conservative author and filled with blank pages in a dig at Democrats is the top selling book on Amazon.
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INVESTIGATORS SAY THREATS TO JEWISH GROUPS IN US AND UK ARE LINKED
Scotland Yard and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are investigating more than a hundred bomb threats made to Jewish groups in the United States and Britain since Jan. 7, US and UK law enforcement and Jewish community officials said.
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Maxine Waters Implicates Barack Obama in the Spying Scandal
Maxine Waters just implicated Barack Obama in the spying scandal. Along these lines, what did she mean in 2013 when she said Obama has a secret database with “information about everything on every individual”?
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Look Ma, no hands! No steering wheel needed under new Calif. car rules
Under newly proposed California self-driving car rules, the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles will let companies test autonomous vehicles that lack that quintessential car component, the steering wheel.
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Pope open to studying ordination of married men as priests
Pope Francis says the church must study whether it’s possible to ordain married men to minister in remote communities facing priest shortages.
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Iowa Teens Blasted For Wearing ‘Offensive’ Patriotic Attire to Basketball Game
Students at an Iowa high school who dressed up in America-themed red, white and blue clothing at a basketball game are being blasted for their insensitive attire because one of the teams has players from refugee families.
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Mississippi House to colleges: Fly flag or lose tax break
Mississippi universities that refuse to fly the Confederate-themed state flag could lose proposed tax breaks, the latest twist in a long battle over a symbol critics see as racist.
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Anti-Feminist Flier ‘Hate Crime’ Suspect Sought by American University Police
American University police are investigating a “hate crime” on campus and asking for help identifying the suspect who posted anti-feminist fliers around the school Tuesday.
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Union tips off Border Patrol in immigration crackdown
Federal agents are not the only ones trying to remove people from the Buffalo area who have entered the country illegally. If Bill Bing, a carpenters union official, discovers workers at local construction projects suspected of being in the country illegally, the union tips off authorities.
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18,762 Illegal Border Crossings in February, 40% Drop From January’s 31,578
U.S. Customs and Border Protection is hailing “a marked change” in immigration trends – a 40-percent decline in illegal border crossings at the U.S.-Mexico border between January and February; and a 55-percent decline in “inadmissibles,” who present themselves at Southwest ports of entry but are turned away.
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Robots and the Cloud Help Homebound Kids Attend School
Robots are interacting with patients in medical facilities, handling material in warehouses, working in manufacturing, and helping ill children attend school—all with a hand from the Cloud.
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#March4Trump Clashes Was Just More Proof ANTIFA Groups Are Domestic Terrorists
The ANTIFA movements are becoming another target that I feel I need to strike with my writing.  The mainstream media is covering up for these groups that follow a communist ideology.
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Show Notes 01-21-2017

Saturday Show 1-21-16

Montana to march in solidarity with national women’s march
The Women’s March on Montana is open to all – men and women alike. It is designed to shed light, not only on women’s issues, but on issues facing all marginalized populations who are being targeted with human rights violations.
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GovExec poll: 28 percent of fed workers say they might quit or retire because of Trump
According to a new poll conducted by GovExec.com and the independent Government Business Council, 28 percent of federal workers say they are or at least might be “considering leaving the federal service” because of Donald Trump’s election.
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Police carry pregnant woman six miles through the snow on their shoulders
Police officers carried a pregnant woman on their shoulders for six miles, when heavy snow blocked all the roads down the mountain.
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Obama Was First President to Spend More on Welfare Than Defense
Barack Obama was the first president of the United States to spend more on “means-tested entitlements”—AKA welfare—than on national defense, according to data published by his own Office of Management and Budget.
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Tim Tebow Is Planning 375 Proms for People with Special Needs On Valentine’s Day Weekend
In early 2015, Tim Tebow told PEOPLE about a new idea: He and his Foundation would create Night to Shine, a worldwide prom for people with special needs.
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Robot Crop Pickers Limit Loss of Farm Workers to Trump Wall
Robotic devices like lettuce thinners and grape-leaf pullers have replaced so many human hands on U.S. farms in recent years that many jobs now held by illegal workers may not exist by the time Donald Trump builds his promised wall.
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Day after Trump sworn in, hundreds of thousands protest presidency in celeb-studded march
Several hundred thousand people from across the country descended on Washington Saturday to protest Donald Trump just hours into his presidency, donning bright pink hats and carrying a dizzying array of political signs – in a celebrity-studded march that put the nation’s lingering divisions on full display despite the 45th president’s appeal a day earlier for unity.
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President Trump returns bust of Churchill to Oval Office
Winston Churchill is back in the Oval Office. On his first day in office, President Trump brought back a bust of the legendary British prime minister to the West Wing, after President Obama had removed it. Mr. Obama replaced it with a bust of Martin Luther King Jr.
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Conservative Christian legislators really want to legalize weed in the US
More than half of US states—28—have legalized medical marijuana. Sixty percent of Americans support legalization, according to an October 2016 Gallup poll—including 42% of Republicans.
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President Donald Trump Will Sign Executive Order Sunday to Defund International Planned Parenthood
Most pro-life Americans are anxiously awaiting Congress to pass a bill to defund the Planned Parenthood abortion business. While that defunding legislation concerns the domestic-based Planned Parenthood abortion corporation, president Trump has the ability to put in place an executive order that would revoke funding for its International affiliate.
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