News of the Week (October 5th, 2014)


News of the Week for October 5th, 2014


Election 2014


Did Oklahoma beheading just win Senate for Republicans?
No, Democrats’ electoral problem is Barack Obama, not Alton Nolen.

Democratic CT State Representative Busted on 19 Charges of Voter Fraud
Time and again, we hear from the Democrats that voter fraud is not an important issue. Despite their ardent insistence, we continue to see people getting arrested for voter fraud, usually from their own party! Today’s news continues that trend. Democratic Connecticut State Representative Christina Ayala has been arrested on 19 counts of voter fraud

Lawsuit could scramble Kansas Senate race again
A key contest in the fight for control of the Senate could turn on the outcome of an arcane legal argument Monday over whether Democrats must field a candidate against struggling Kansas Republican Sen. Pat Roberts.

Swearengin To CA GOP: Unity For Me, But Not For Thee
Last weekend at their state convention, the California GOP rolled out the red carpet for Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin, the GOP nominee for State Controller. The opening night’s main event was a dinner banquet profiling the “Women of the GOP” — and the plum keynote speech for that dinner was given to the charismatic Swearengin.

Republican Vanguard Advances in New England as Immigration Pressures Mount
New England Republicans are poised to win elections in bright blue states and give the Democrats a run for their money in areas they’ve dominated for years.

Supreme Court lets Ohio limit early voting
Acting on a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court issued an order Monday afternoon that allows Ohio officials to cut early voting in the state by a week.

Poll Predicts Libertarian Spoiler in North Carolina Senate Race
A new survey of likely voters in North Carolina raises the prospect of yet another libertarian “spoiler” candidate.

245 in 2014? GOP seeks historic House majority
It could happen. Definitely maybe.

GOP rising star trying to drag Democratic opponent out of the bunker
Ok, I know what some of you are wondering: who’s Marilinda Garcia? Well, she’s a rising star in the Republican Party out of New Hampshire where she’s a state representative. She’s challenging Democratic Congresswoman Annie Kuster in the state’s second congressional district.


Obama Scandals


Report: Obama Has Missed over Half His Second-Term Daily Intel Briefings
A new Government Accountability Institute (GAI) report reveals that President Barack Obama has attended only 42.1% of his daily intelligence briefings (known officially as the Presidential Daily Brief, or PDB) in the 2,079 days of his presidency through September 29, 2014.

Gun Rights


Stalking victim exercises Second Amendment rights on tormentor
Bob Owens at Bearing Arms digs up yet another harrowing tale involving Second Amendment rights. A Las Vegas woman (who does not wish to be identified) had been the target of stalking by a former acquaintance for several months, facing intimidation and threats of physical violence by her deranged, would be suitor. Fearing for her life, she obtained a weapon to defend herself and learned to keep it with her at all times in her home. This week her tormentor, Douglas Eugene Jackson, decided to make good on his threats. As the local news station somewhat dryly reports, he encountered an unexpected surprise.

A rare Second Amendment exemption from federal ban on felons possessing guns
The question, then, is whether this “presumpti[on]” of validity can ever be rebutted — for instance, if a person’s felony conviction is many decades in the past, is for a not very serious felony, or both. Some federal courts have stated that the answer would be “yes” under the right circumstances.

Hide the Decline

Environment &
“Green Energy”


13 Most Ridiculous Predictions Made on Earth Day, 1970
Today is Earth Day — an annual event first launched on April 22, 1970. The inaugural festivities (organized in part by then hippie and now convicted murderer Ira Einhorn) predicted death, destruction and disease unless we did exactly as progressives commanded. Sound familiar? Behold the coming apocalypse, as predicted on and around Earth Day, 1970

Environmentalists Are Actually Hurting Endangered Species Now
An increasing number of lawsuits from environmental groups under the Endangered Species Act have been used to bilk taxpayers for millions of dollars in attorneys fees and have made it harder for federal officials to fund species recovery programs.

Of Smug Germans and Sinful Australians: Global Warming Update
No doubt the outcome of the Nazi unpleasantness resulted in attitude adjustment in Germany on a rather large scale. Clearly, however, it didn’t teach the Germans humility. At a time when a secular mutation of Puritanism has become the dominant ideology in much of Europe and North America, the Germans take the cake for pathological piety.

ROBERT F. KENNEDY, JR.: I’m not a Fascist, I just say and believe in Fascistic things.

Little Bobby, Now in Full Backtracking Mode
Robert F. “Little Bobby” Kennedy Jr is trying to backtrack from his latest foam-flecked calls for jailing climate skeptics.


Government in Healthcare


Oklahoma district court rejects IRS tax credit rule
Today, in Pruitt v. Burwell, another federal court concluded that the IRS rule authorizing tax credits and cost-sharing subsidies for the purchase of health insurance in federal exchanges violates the text of the PPACA. In reaching this result, Judge White of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma concurred with the initial panel decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit in Halbig v. Burwell and rejected the conclusions of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in King v. Burwell. A fourth case against the IRS rule remains pending in federal district court in Indiana.

Oklahoma Federal Court Rules IRS Attempt to Save Obamacare’s Subsidies for Federal Exchange Enrollees “Arbitrary, Capricious, an Abuse of Discretion, and Otherwise Not In Accordance with the Law”
If you’re coming in late to this, or have forgotten, this concerns the IRS granting those who enroll into Obamacare in the federal exchanges the same subsidies as are granted to those who enroll in the state exchanges.

The Judge in Pruitt Scolds the Obama Champions of the Judicial Branch
In concluding his ruling, the judge in Pruitt takes time to note the “apocalyptic language” used by the dissent in Halbig (the DC circuit case in which the majority found similarly that the IRS had acted lawlessly).

Next Big Bailout May Go To ObamaCare Health Insurers
It didn’t get much attention outside Capitol Hill, but late last week House Republican leaders scuttled a vote to repeal an ObamaCare bailout plan for major heath insurance companies if they lose money on new Affordable Care Act policies.


War & Terror


Backlash mounting over refusal to call OKC beheading what it is
For months, Ali Muhammad Brown, a man described as a devout Muslim convert, engaged in what prosecutors allege was a “bloody crusade” aimed at avenging the deaths of Muslims killed by American soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. From Seattle, Washington to West Orange, New Jersey, Brown left four bodies in his wake. But the national press refused to report on his case until weeks after he was indicted. Almost none outside local media outlets in Seattle noted that Brown had intentionally targeted gay men is his campaign of vengeance.

Obama Has Missed over Half His Second-Term Daily Intel Briefings
A new Government Accountability Institute (GAI) report reveals that President Barack Obama has attended only 42.1% of his daily intelligence briefings (known officially as the Presidential Daily Brief, or PDB) in the 2,079 days of his presidency through September 29, 2014.

Obama Betrays the Kurds
The Kurds are fighting bravely, but they need arms, and they need air support.

ISIS Advances Just Outside Baghdad as Obama Blames Everyone Else for Underestimating Them
Apparently the JV squad is looking a bit stronger than anyone imagined.

ISIS to open its first consulate in Istanbul
The so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) intends to inaugurate its first diplomatic mission in Istanbul in order to provide consular services for all who wish to join the extremist group in Iraq, reported Turkish daily Aydinlik as saying.

US Marines crisis unit to deploy to Mideast
The US Marine Corps plans to deploy 2,300 troops to the Middle East for a new unit designed to quickly respond to crises in the volatile region, the Pentagon said Tuesday.



Indian PM Modi rocks Madison Square Garden
Calls for growth and development, removal of obsolete laws, and thanks Indian-Americans.

Gov. Brown Signs Bill Telling College Kids Where, When to Have Sex
California Gov. Jerry Brown affixed his signature to SB 967—the “Yes Means Yes” affirmative consent bill—which will require colleges to police their students’ sex lives.

The Alphabet Of Racism: THE LETTER ‘A’
If you’ve been thinking lately that pretty much everything has been deemed racist these days, you are absolutely right. The word has been bandied about so much that it is rapidly losing any real meaning.

Shock Poll: 56% of Tennessee Teachers Want to Abandon Common Core
27,000 teachers were polled by the Tennessee Consortium on Research, Evaluation and Development. 56% of those teachers want to totally abandon the standards. 13% want to delay them. Only 31% of teachers surveyed want to continue on course.

Teen Jailed for Zero Tolerance Offense, Starved for 36 Hours
I previously wrote about Alexander Chier, a Pewaukee, Wisconsin, 17-year-old who was disciplined by his high school for smoking a cigarette. This caused the police to search his vehicle, where they found his hunting rifle. Since the weapon was technically on school grounds, he was suspended and arrested.

Drought-conscious residents turn the water tables on public agencies
The scene captured on video by a onetime aspiring filmmaker had neither actors nor dialogue, but it spoke volumes

Marijuana growers are clear-cutting 100 year old redwoods, leveling hills and sucking dry rivers that are already stricken by drought.
Not to mention the violence.

Northeast loses 40% of House seats as people flee high-tax states
The Northeast, once the nation’s political engine that produced presidents, House speakers and Senate giants including the late Edward M. Kennedy, is losing clout in Washington as citizens flee the high-tax region, according to experts worried about the trend.

CDC confirms first Ebola case diagnosed in US
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday confirmed the first case of Ebola has been diagnosed in the United States.

TOM MORELLO Slams Seattle Restaurant After Being Denied Service
RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE guitarist Tom Morello has slammed The 5 Point Cafe in Seattle for allegedly being “antiworker” and having a “super-rude staff” after reportedly being denied entry to the restaurant-bar over the weekend.

TOM MORELLO Slams Seattle Restaurant After Being Denied Service
RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE guitarist Tom Morello has slammed The 5 Point Cafe in Seattle for allegedly being “antiworker” and having a “super-rude staff” after reportedly being denied entry to the restaurant-bar over the weekend.

Third Case Of Chikungunya Virus Confirmed In Dallas County
The Dallas County Health Department has confirmed another case of imported Chikungunya virus.

Jimmy Carter: I could have beaten Reagan if I was more ‘manly’
Jimmy Carter, who turns 90 today, said he could have won re-election in 1980 had he bombed Iran and proved his toughness

School Board Tells Homeschool Family Their Curriculum Must Be ‘Guided’ by Common Core Standards
For many public school students, Common Core national standards and tests are being implemented in their classrooms this school year. Yet parent opposition has been vocal over the past few years, 60 percent of the public opposes Common Core, and teacher support for the standards has dropped precipitously over the past year from 76 percent in 2013 to just 46 percent in 2014, according to a Harvard poll.

In a Stunning Development, Turns Out Islamist Oklahoma Headchopper is Also a Racist
Racial arsonists Al Sharpton, Eric Holder and Barack Obama were unavailable for comment.

Bobby Jindal Schools a Biased Reporter on Evolution
During the breakfast he got an incredibly trolly question on evolution from a reporter hostile to his possible Presidential run. I love how he handled it, and more conservatives should emulate his handling of a hostile reporter.

Historic CA Plastic Bag Ban Bill Likely Headed to Voters in 2016
Today Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 270 into law, prohibiting grocery stores from putting shoppers’ goods into plastic grocery bags. Immediately thereafter, the American Progressive Bag Alliance (APBA), which represents the plastic bag manufacturing industry, announced that it would start taking the necessary steps to prepare for gathering signatures and qualifying a referendum to repeal SB 270 on the November 2016 ballot.

BOOM! Goes The Dynamite
So I did two previous posts about #GamerGate, and it was time to change the subject. Then BOOM! Intel goes and blows up the Internet.

FCC Considering Petition to Ban Use of ‘Redskins’ on Air, a Move Backed by Some Lawmakers
Washington’s delegate to Congress has asked the Federal Communication Commission to ban the use of the Washington Redskins’ name on the air.

Boys born as boys can shower with girls in Kentucky school
I probably would have missed this story were it not for Maggie Gallagher at The Corner. It seems that the good people on the appeal board considering a case at Atherton High School (part of the Jefferson County public school system) have determined that you can use the girls’ bathrooms, locker room and showers if you say you’re a girl. No physical required.

FLASHBACK: Obama Administration Dumps Quarantine Rules
The Obama administration withdrew updated quarantine regulations in 2010, prompting questions about how the policy change may have impacted the current Ebola situation.

Transexual Demands Taxpayer Funded Change BACK Into A Man
A transsexual who began life as a man, then had a £10,000 operation to become a woman, has now demanded the British taxpayer stump up for yet another operation to become a man again.

Nevada Piglet Book targets more government waste
That oinking sound you hear means it’s time for the Nevada Piglet Book, a compendium of state and local government waste produced every two years by the Nevada Policy Research Institute.

Poll: 51% of Democrats support criminalizing hate speech
Note: Hate speech, not hate crimes. YouGov asked people about hate crimes for its poll too and found bipartisan support for the federal law that provides steeper penalties for crimes motivated by hatred of the victim’s race, religion, gender, or national origin. Sixty-four percent of Dems gave thumbs-up to that versus 54 percent of Republicans. A plurality of Republicans also support expanding that law to target hate crimes committed against gays: 44 percent say yes versus 30 percent who say no.

Reddit’s message to all remote staff: Move to San Francisco or GTFO!
Reddit has told it’s remote workers they have three months to move to San Francisco, where the company is headquartered, or take three month’s severance pay and start updating their LinkedIn profile.

Rape And Incest OK In Drama Productions, Christianity Is Not For Community College
The Alliance Defending Freedom is representing a student whose drama club production was not allowed to be shown unless he agreed to “dumb down” its Christian message, the group said Wednesday.

Fifth Circuit OKs Texas Abortion Law
First the full panel, then on to the Supreme Court?

California Water Fight May Head to U.S. Supreme Court
A legal group representing nut farmers in California’s San Joaquin Valley filed an appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday, hoping to reverse a Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decision from March that upheld a curb on water pumping championed by environmentalist groups in order to protect a species of fish in Northern California.

U.S. Supreme Court delays action on gay marriage
The U.S. Supreme Court has delayed a decision on whether to hear all same-sex marriage cases, including Virginia’s, that are currently pending before the court, according to orders issued Thursday.

Don’t Call It A Comeback: Tobacco Plant May Take Center Stage In Developing Ebola Drugs
As Thomas Eric Duncan remains in isolation at a hospital in Dallas, and American journalist Ashoka Mukpo prepares to be transported home, many are wondering: Will they receive an experimental drug like other Ebola patients treated in the United States?

HUD Workers Skims $843K from Native American Program, Helping Those Who Help Themselves
They say when you go into public service, you sacrifice the potential for more lucrative income in the private sector. But why make such a difficult decision?

Economy & Taxes


China Housing Bubble Bursts: Q3 Land Sales Crater 50%
China may be doing everything in its power to divert attention from the simple fact that its housing bubble, the largest in the world in terms of both assets comprising it as well as divergence from fair value, has burst. But while there is no clear threshold of what constitutes a bursting bubble when it comes to housing, the latest data out of Soufun, China’s largest real-estate website, which said that land sales have dropped a massive 22% to 1.7 trillion Yuan in 2014 so far, is likely as clear an indication as any that Beijing is about to panic.

The Obama Economy, In Eleven Charts
Today the Republicans on the Senate Budget Committee put out a chart book that documents the Obama administration’s failures in economic policy.

Labor Participation Rate Drops To 36 Year Low; Record 92.6 Million Americans Not In Labor Force
While by now everyone should know the answer, for those curious why the US unemployment rate just slid once more to a meager 5.9%, the lowest print since the summer of 2008, the answer is the same one we have shown every month since 2010: the collapse in the labor force participation rate, which in September slid from an already three decade low 62.8% to 62.7% – the lowest in over 36 years, matching the February 1978 lows. And while according to the Household Survey, 232,000 people found jobs, what is more disturbing is that the people not in the labor force, rose to a new record high, increasing by 315,000 to 92.6 million!

Fewer men are working, and marriage is dying.
The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis has the following handy chart showing the long decline in men’s employment in the US (shaded areas represent recessions)




Is Hong Kong on brink of its own version of Tiananmen Square?
Democracy protests spread, as Chinese government threatens crackdown.

Hong Kong protests
Thousands of protesters have taken over central areas of Hong Kong and are camped outside government offices – many schools and banks closed

France’s far-right grabs first ever Senate seats
The far-right National Front won its first ever seats in France’s upper house of parliament on Sunday, as President Francois Hollande’s Socialist party lost its Senate majority.

The Sick Man Of Europe Is Europe
The recent near breakup of the United Kingdom — something inconceivable just a decade ago — reflects a deep, pervasive problem of identity throughout the EU. The once vaunted European sense of common destiny is decomposing. Other separatist movements are on the march, most notably in Catalonia, Flanders and northern Italy.

UKIP ranks on rise in Northern Ireland, says McNarry
UKIP MLA David McNarry has told the party’s annual conference that membership is on the rise in Northern Ireland.

Goodbye, Aral Sea
The Aral Sea—a huge part of it at least—is no more.

UK Muslim site gloats over winning the demographic jihad
The number of Muslim children in several British cities is fast eclipsing that of Christian children, according to birth rate statistics that reveal the country’s significant demographic change.

UN Pressures Germany to Bow to “Hate Speech” Hysteria
A recent decision by the United Nation’s (UN) Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) foreshadows an ominous future for free societies should Muslim entities like the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) achieve their goal of having “Islamophobia” defined internationally as a form of prejudice.

Human traffickers’ victims ‘branded like cattle’
Symbolic tattoos assert ownership over ‘assets’ that can be sold for thousands of pounds

Hong Kong Protesters Brace for a Holiday Test
Protesters Expect Attempts to Break Up Demonstrations

Thought Crime: UK Leadership Wants To Ban Predicted ‘Extremists’ From Social Media, TV, Events
Theresa May, the current UK Home Secretary, has announced that, if re-elected, her party (the Conservatives) will push for “extremist disruption orders” which would effectively ban people declared “extremist” (using a very broad definition) from using social media or appearing on TV.

School teacher killed in Peshawar blast
A teacher was killed and two children injured on Wednesday when a hand-grenade attack took place on a school in the Shabqadar area of Peshawar.

Hong Kong leader’s daughter creates controversy with Facebook post
The daughter of Hong Kong chief executive CY Leung has poured a good amount of cold water on China’s carefully crafted public relations strategy to persuade agitating youth to end their agitation.
The daughter, Chai Yan Leung, said in a Facebook post that her diamond necklace was bought on “silly” tax payer’s money.

Child welfare system part of ongoing ‘genocide’: Manitoba aboriginal group
A Manitoba aboriginal group says the province’s child welfare system is part of an ongoing “genocide” and needs to be completely overhauled.

Has Kim Jong-Un lost control of North Korea? Pyongyang is on lockdown and nation’s former intelligence officer says Kim has ALREADY been overthrown
An elite exile from North Korea said Kim Jong-Un was ousted in 2013

Woman who used a potato as a contraceptive is hospitalised after it began to grow roots
The 22-year-old Colombian woman had been given the advice by her mother




Five Reasons Why You’re Too Dumb to Vote
Reason 1: You get your politics from Lena Dunham

The Modern Campus Cannot Comprehend EvilCamille Paglia
Young women today do not understand the fragility of civilization and the constant nearness of savage nature

I Watched that “Madam Secretary” Show . . . Stunned Ox.
I finally pulled the trigger . . . well, pressed the On Demand button and watched the opening episode of the Hillary campaign “Madam Secretary” TV show on CBS, the Clinton Columbia Broadcasting System. It, as expected, was rubbish.

How Important Is Your Vote? The Tale of the Slave
It’s Friday and the news is stupid. Let’s have a philosophical bull session. Today let’s consider the Tale of the Slave, from Robert Nozick’s book “Anarchy, State, and Utopia” — and consider what implications it has for those who consider the vote sacred

Leading Dem insider: Save America; scrap the Constitution
Harry Reid is a determined radical, intent on limiting freedom, overturning American traditions, and remaking our institutions in the name of crushing the opposition and empowering the left. His attempt to amend the First Amendment to curb free speech is a natural extension of his obliteration of longstanding Senate rules that promote deliberation and minority input.

On ‘Feminist Men’ and Unicorns
Chelsea Bock (@ChelseaCristene) is a young feminist writer and community college English instructor who came to my attention because of a blog post she wrote about E.J. Levy, but that’s another story for another day, or maybe later today. Anyway, curiosity led me to check Bock’s Twitter feed, where she was RT’ing stuff from the Good Men Project and #HeForShe and Autostraddle (!), and I was like, “Oh, I know this type. Trying to save males from their own sexism.”

‘My Hypothetical Daughter’
Emily Heist Moss (@EmilyHeistMoss) is the type of young feminist who inspires readers to ask, “Stacy, how do you find these idiots?”

The Gelded Age
The inequality bed-wetters are misleading you.

The New Era of McCarthyism
There are two ways leaders can deal with dissent in their ranks. The first is to have an open discussion and hear all sides of the debate, and move forward – even without the full support of those serving under them. The second is to punish those who dare dissent in public and non- public ways. Throughout his meteoric rise through government, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy has chosen the latter over the former.

All the Facts Fit to Delete
When truth is too objectionable to print

Why Isn’t The Media Outraged About The Kansas City Chiefs?
Last night on Monday Night Football, the ESPN crew couldn’t stop praising the loud, engaged home crowd at the Kansas City Chiefs’ Arrowhead Stadium. They opened the game with a ceremony where running back Christian Okoye, “The Nigerian Nightmare”, pounded on a giant drum as tens of thousands of Chiefs fans cheered on. The crowd, many of whom wore feathers and American Indian-themed garb, chanted and did the Tomahawk Chop. They were so loud that, if you believe these measures, they set the new Guinness World record for loudest crowd roar, surpassing the Seahawks.

Voting Is Already Way Too Easy
As Americans, we must make sure that democracy is equally onerous for all races and creeds.

Comparing and contrasting immigration and assimilation in the Middle East
Let me preface this by saying that I have a super-smart, really well-informed cousin. He’s the one who used to be a prison chaplain and, based upon that experience, came up with a profound insight that I use over and over (most recently regarding the terrible beheading murder in Oklahoma)

The life and death importance of calling things by their proper names
Most people, when they think of Genesis, remember that God created everything,

Worst Gender imbalances in higher ed are not what you think
Women dominated in 7 of 11 areas, yet all we hear about is gender imbalance in STEM.

Days of Future Past
We’ve heard a great deal lately about the “wrong side of history.” It is one of the president’s favorite ways to describe whatever side he isn’t on, and it’s been a phrase on the lips of progressives for quite a while. Among the myriad problems with the notion of a “wrong side of history,” as many critics (including me) have long argued, is that in the domestic sphere it is a call for one’s opponents to surrender to the inevitability of defeat, and in the international sphere it is deployed rhetorically to avoid deploying anything real.

Progressivism Will Lead To The Rise of Neo-Fascism
The Rising Neo-Fascism In Europe Is America’s Canary In The Coal Mine

When Lefty Comedians Mock What They Don’t Understand
Let me begin with a confession. I watch (and laugh at) way too much liberal political humor. I can’t help it. I think Jon Stewart is funny, and as funny as he is, I think John Oliver is funnier. His HBO special specializes in the “long-form” takedown, with 15-minute segments devoted to a single topic (one of his best segments was on FIFA, soccer’s international governing body). He’s the toast of many on the left, who see him as giving subjects the in-depth treatment that Jon Stewart can’t. But what happens when he aims both barrels of mockery at a subject he just doesn’t understand?

Because This Never Happens, Right?
See these two lesbians? One of them is named Jackie. She wasn’t always a lesbian. Jackie was not “born that way.” She grew up in a “very traditional Irish Catholic” family and attended Catholic schools. She never had any youthful feelings or experience of being gay.

Feminist Lies about Sexual Assault
Their rejection of immutable sex differences has contributed to the “rape culture” they now decry.

Sin, Homosexuality, and Fascism
You Will Be Made To Care Chronicles: Sin and Homosexuality Edition

Freedom Creep
Professors and students are usually the biggest defenders of academic freedom and free speech on their campuses. But a pair of new books argues that students and faculty members themselves are degrading those values. Professors, one book says, are increasingly adopting notions of academic freedom that are too expansive, leaving the academy open to criticism from without. Students, meanwhile — says a second book — are increasingly trying to clip speech with which they feel uncomfortable, threatening free speech over all.

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