Heavy Equipment Used in Liquor Store Smash-and-Grab

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Police in Anchorage, Alaska, were involved in a chase about 3 a.m. Thursday after a front-end loader was seen smashing into the front of a liquor store. Witnesses saw the machinery break the glass at Brown Jug liquor store. The driver went in and took several bottles of liquor. Police pursued the front-end loader, but the driver refused to stop. Once they blocked his path, they arrested 38-year-old Joseph Martin, who failed a sobriety test. He also had liquor bottles in the front-end loader. The next morning, Trina and Gus Gaskov found the fence damaged at their landscaping business and a front-end loader missing.

"He's obviously a good driver, 'cause he was drunk off his butt but he was still driving really good," she said in a phone interview Thursday. "He didn't hit a car or nothing — and making those wide turns — he must have experience driving around the loaders or something."

No one was injured in the chase. Martin was charged with DUI, theft, burglary, criminal mischief, and refusal to submit to a drug test. He is being held until a third party takes responsibility. -via Fark


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Even on His 99th Birthday, This Barber Is Still Cutting Hair

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Joe Barca, Sr. of Elmer, New Jersey started cutting hair in 1931. Eight decades later, he's doing it--even last Thursday, when he turned 99 years old. New Jersey Online reports:

He was at his South Main Street barber shop, comb and scissors in hand giving hair cuts.

But his family and friends made sure they marked the special milestone.

An open house was held Thursday at Barca's Barber Shop with many stopping by to offer their well-wishes. There were even balloons and refreshments. The words "Happy Birthday" were stretched across the large mirrors in the shop. […]

"You don't get into this for the money," said Barca in an interview back in 2013. "... the joy comes from meeting all kinds of people — they make it worthwhile."

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A Collection Of Comics That Introverts Will Totally Relate To

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When Myers-Briggs came up with their test to categorize people as either introverted or extroverted they couldn't have known what an impact it would make on the world.

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Now, nearly twenty years later, the internet community at large is obsessed with the concept, but if their posts are to be believed the introverts far outnumber the extroverts, at least when it comes to posting online.

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If you're an introvert you'll totally understand these comics and relate to the artist's view of the world.

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If you're an extrovert, or an I-don't-know-what-I-am, then these comics will be your guide to understanding the ways of the introverted, and they will explain a lot about your "weird" friend's "strange" behavior.

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10 Examples of Cat Logic


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Why does your cat refuse to snuggle with you except at the worst possible times? Why does he prefer to use uncomfortable objects as beds instead of, you know, actual cat beds?

Celebrity cats Cole and Marmalade explain with the help of their hapless human, Chris Poole. Cat behavior makes perfect sense once you strip away human dumbth.

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Black Panthera - Spirit Of A Panther God With Claws To Match


Black Panthera by Vincent Trinidad

He's the tribal chief of Wakanda, the man who was chosen by the Panther God to maintain peace and protect the sacred vibranium mound the Wakandans have watched over since the meteor fell to Earth many centuries ago. So what is he doing stuck in the middle of an MCU civil war? He's hunting the Winter Soldier, and taking in the sights, but mostly being a badass and looking good as he tears through the competition...

Add some fierce flavor to your geeky wardrobe with this Black Panthera t-shirt by Vincent Trinidad, it's the ultimate way to celebrate the fact that your favorite superhero is finally getting the big screen treatment he deserves!

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The Confusion of Papal Numbering

If you enjoyed the post last week about the erratic way kings are numbered, you’ll love a look at how popes are numbered. The Catholic Church has had a pope in charge of all its members for about two thousand years now, and records from the earliest ones are pretty scant. Also, papal records have been wiped out a few times, and then there’s the custom of yanking a pope’s title long after he’s dead. The results can be confusing.

The numbering of popes named Felix has been amended to omit antipope Felix II; however, most lists still call the last two Felixes Felix III and Felix IV.

So the official list includes nightmarish entries like “St Felix III (Felix II)”, or, to give him his Latin name: “Papa FELIX Tertius (Secundus)”. He ruled for nine years in the late 5th century; 30 years later came “St Felix IV”, who is also known as Felix III.

Additionally, there was an antipope Felix V.

So, for those keeping count, there have been five Pope Felixes, only three of whom were actually Pope. Glad we got that straight.

Then we get started on cases where the church lost count or got someone’s name wrong. All in all, it’s a mess in the historical records. Read all about it right here. -via Metafilter


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Thief Returns Stolen Goods, Leaves Apology Note

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On Sunday night, a man in Frankfort, Kentucky stole a boat from a marina, as well as items from other boats at the marina, including liquor and a television. He then picked up some friends and had a party before returning the boat and leaving.

Then, on Monday night, the man returned to the marina, left in undamaged condition all of the items he had stolen, and a note apologizing for his crime. CNN quotes the note:

I am very sorry. I do not know why I did it in the first place. It's way out of my character. That is not what kind of person I am. I do not even remember doing it. I am so sorry. I know this does not make it ok, but it is your stuff, not mine. Again, I am very sorry.

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A Dad's Harrowing Adventure In Babysitting As A Sympathetic Vomiter

Mothers tend to get all the applause and praise when it comes to parenting, but when fathers are faced with a crisis their bravery knows no bounds.

Take valiant father Ben Patterson for example- he watched his kid while his wife went out with friends, and when his son started projectile vomiting in the car he handled the situation with stoic dignity.

What's worse is Ben's a sympathetic vomiter, so his son's puking sent him into a paternal pukefest on some lady's lawn.

The lady naturally called the cops, but Ben kept it together and kept texting the entire horrific story to his wife, who was apparently too busy not giving a f$%k to text the poor guy back!

In true daddy style, Ben has chosen to see the incident as a learning experience, and vows never to babysit again without the proper equipment.

-Via FAILBlog

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Meet Rey-punzel

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Cosplayer Kathryn Reagan perfectly mashes up Rapunzel from Tangled with Rey from Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. BB-8 easily evades capture as Pascal the chameleon. No one will be able to keep him and his master locked inside the tower.

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Finals Week

About half the students reading this will cringe because they can relate to it, while the other half will laugh because finals are over. Finals week is the one thing about school you won’t miss at all when you graduate. This is the latest from Buttersafe.


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These Guys Built a Mechanical Version of Pong

When it came out in 1972, Pong was a marvel of video game design. It's visually simple by today's standards, but it thrilled the first generation of video game players.

You can play it on a computer now. But thanks to Daniel Perdomo and his colleagues, it's also possible to play a physical version in a table-shaped arcade cabinet.


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This video shows how it's put together. Magnets move the paddles and ball back and forth between two sheets of glass. The paddles don't actually hit the ball, but the ball ricochets according to the angles of impact to the paddles. It's an incredible technical achievement.

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Mega Sticky Trap

A group of scientists are testing a new kind of sticky trap. To get accurate information on its effectiveness, they sent various types of humans across a 20-foot section of the material. First, a scientist as a baseline, then a sprinter, then a sumo wrestler. I was hoping the sumo wrestler wouldn’t get his loincloth caught in the sticky stuff. He does.

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Of course, this is an ad, for a Japanese cockroach trap. For such products, we’d hope they do their testing on actual cockroaches. -via Tastefully Offensive  


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Police Consider Towing Illegally Parked Flintstones Car

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Key West, Florida is a civilized place. You can't act like a caveman. And the owner of this Flintstones-style car found that out when he parked it illegally.

ABC News 10 reports that the city government was searching for the owner before towing it away. On Facebook, the city government states that it has since been able to find the owner. It doesn't describe him, which is a shame, because I always liked watching Fred on TV.

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20 Movies About Real Estate

The title of this list is really 20 Movies Every Real Estate Agent Should Watch, but that’s too narrow. While they feature real estate professionals, the subject of where to live affects us all. There’s at least one movie in here that relates to the travails of home buyers, homeowners, home sellers, renters, roommates, homeless people, landlords, neighbors, and yes, real estate agents. I’ve lived through the movie The Money Pit. Twice.

This 1980’s comedy focuses on a young couple who moves into a huge and expensive house that appears to be perfect right up until they purchase it, at which point it starts to fall apart in an absurd manner. Real estate agents are probably going to appreciate the number of lessons in real estate that the movie subtly delivers, such as the importance of looking past the surfaces when deciding on a house. The couple partly got into the mess in the first place because they were seduced by the promise of a bargain home and by a seller’s sympathetic sob story, which happens frequently in real life.

But in my case, it was intentional. Read the rest of the list at Housely. You might find something great to watch this weekend.


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Bruce Lee Demonstrates His Superhuman Striking Speed

Bruce Lee is still considered one of the undisputed masters of martial arts, and countless fighters, athletes and other physical folks have been inspired to take it to the limit by the mighty Bruce.

His biggest strengths were his incredible speed and knowledge of striking, which made Bruce more than a match for fighters twice his size, but you really have to see his speed to believe it.

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Bruce demonstrated his superhuman striking speed on a somewhat willing target in this excerpt from the 2012 documentary I Am Bruce Lee, don't blink or you'll miss the moves!

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Team Chark - Gotta Catch A Squad!


Team Chark by Batang 9Tees

The longer pocket monsters are made to battle it out in the stadiums the more likely they are to have a period of civil unrest in their fictional kingdom, and war will tear them apart. They'll start forming teams with similar characters, and adopt a team name to make them stand out from the other side, and if they color coordinate their costumes the whole thing will be utterly adorable! But this is civil war, and they're supposed to look all tough and ready for Pokemon pew-pew-pew not cute and catch 'em all-able...too bad!

Fight the civil war your way with this Team Chark t-shirt by Batang 9Tees, it's the ultimate way to declare allegiance in the battle between pocket monster sympathizers and the pokeball purists.

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Dr. Heimlich Finally Uses His Maneuver

Dr. Henry Heimlich, the inventor of the Heimlich Maneuver that has saved countless choking victims, is 96 years old and lives at a senior living facility in Cincinnati. The staff are all trained in the Heimlich Maneuver, but on Monday, when 87-year-old Patty Ris got a piece of hamburger stuck in her airway, they deferred to Heimlich. The doctor immediately performed as he had practiced for decades, and the obstruction was dislodged. Ris was okay! The real kicker is that this is the first time Heimlich had ever used his maneuver to save someone's life.

In a telephone interview Thursday, Heimlich recounted what happened. He said Ris had been sitting next to him at his table.

“When I used it, and she recovered quickly,” he said, “it made me appreciate how wonderful it has been to be able to save all those lives.”

His son, Phil Heimlich, said his father regularly meets people who were either saved or saved somebody else.

“Just the fact that a 96-year-old man could perform that, is impressive,” he said.

Heimlich has lived at the facility for six years, but still stays active and in shape. -via Metafilter


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Fruity Pebbles Ice Cream Sandwiches

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The Milk Bar in Fountain Valley, California is getting you ready for the day with a healthy breakfast cereal. It offers ice cream sandwiches with your choice of ice cream between two shingles made of Fruity Pebbles. If the shop serves coffee ice cream in these sandwiches, then you've got a meal on the go right here.

-via @donutscookiesandcream

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The Junk Lady Lives!

Remember the Junk Lady from the film Labyrinth? Jen Yates of Cake Wrecks and Epbot and her husband John built this Junk Lady costume. The whole thing is 37 pounds, and can either be worn or carted around. It was designed for the Labyrinth Ball at Dragoncon, but alas, the tickets to the ball sold out immediately.  

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See more pictures and a description of the build process with all the little details at Epbot here and here. Look for the Junk Lady at Megacon this weekend, and also at Dragoncon in Atlanta this fall. -via Metafilter


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Let's Get Strange With This Selection Of Bizarre And Hilarious T-Shirts

Ehrmahgerd! Perngern Berks! by Thomashy2000

People who love bizarre humor have a hard time finding stuff that appeals to their kind of funny in this straight laced and conformist world, so they'll often resort to making their own stuff. 

But if you love bizarre humor and want a high quality shirt that speaks your language the NeatoShop's got you covered!

People with a twisted sense of humor grow up thinking they're strange

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But loving the bizarre couldn't be more normal

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And only squares judge those who live by their own rules

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When Carmakers Taunted Horses

A hundred years ago, automobiles were a new and fairly untested idea, so why would someone buy a car when they had a perfectly good horse, which was safer? Enter the marketing department.

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While the poor horses got slandered, there were definite advantages to driving cars, especially in cities. Car manufacturers didn’t have to be so nasty about it, but even when they’re right, business trumps the common good. The campaign against the horse wasn’t nearly as bad as the battle against pedestrians or the campaign to design American infrastructure around the automobile. -Thanks, Phil Edwards!


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America's Most Misspelled Words

It's spelling bee season! The National Spelling Bee is still going on at the time that I write this. But I'm confident that none of the finalists would have trouble with any of the words on this map.

Google Trends measured searches for "how to spell X" -- the X being a mispelled word. It made this map illustrating its findings. You can see a larger version here.

For Massachusetts, the hardest word is Massachusetts. For Arizona and New Hampshire, it's diarrhea. North Carolina struggles with pneumonia. California, Idaho, Indiana, and Connecticut have trouble with desert.

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Next-Level Finger Puppet

Barnaby Dixon shows off his new puppet design, and it’s quite clever. It combines the articulation of a marionette with the direct action of a hand puppet. Of course, the skill of the operator is key to making it move realistically, and he’s pretty good at that, too.

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The only drawback I see is that necessarily long loincloth, which could create design problems in making a specific puppet, but I’m sure that can be worked around.

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Star Wars Vinyl Records Project Holograms

I had no idea this was even possible!

But it's apparently true: you can cut a vinyl record in such a way that, when viewed from the right angle, you can see a hologram hovering over the surface.

Disney is releasing a 2-vinyl record collection of music from Episode VII: The Force Awakens. When you play them on a turntable, you can see either a TIE fighter or the Millennium Falcon

If Disney releases a third record this way, I hope it puts on it the Leia hologram from Episode IV.

-via Geekologie


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The Smelly Past

These are the stories of the royal armpits and other reasons we should be thankful they don't make history books scratch 'n' sniff.

Tycho Brahe was arguably one of the luckiest men in history. The 16th-century astronomer famously lost his nose in a duel during an argument over a math equation. Which, admittedly, can’t have been comfortable. On the other hand, Tycho wore a brass nose for the rest of his life, which meant he would have had more difficulty smelling. And that must have been a blessing, because the past was a putrid place. 

The problem reached all the way to the top: There’s a long history of foul-smelling royals. Queen Elizabeth I proudly declared that she took a bath “once a month, whether she needed to or not.” Her father, King Henry VIII, was even smellier. Later in life, the overweight monarch had a festering wound on his leg that you could smell from three rooms away. The lesion—which some say he got from wearing a too-tight garter—was made worse by the royal doctors. They believed the sore needed to run in order to heal, so they tied it open with string and sprinkled in gold pellets to keep it infected (and putrescent).

Over in France, Louis XIV was famous for his halitosis. (His mistress Madame de Montespan doused herself in heavy plumes of perfume to thwart the smell.) Meanwhile, his predecessor, Louis XIII, proclaimed, “I take after my father. I smell of armpits.”

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Museum Visitors Mistake Glasses on the Floor for Art Exhibit

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17-year old TJ Khayatan and his friends recently decided to visit the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. He tells BuzzFeed that they were largely underwhelmed by what they saw. For example, one of the galleries had on display a stuffed animal on a blanket. How was that art?

So Khayatan and his friends decided to play a prank. They placed a pair of glasses on the floor. Other visitors promptly looked at it in wonder, confusing it for a work of art:

Within seconds of putting the glasses down and walking away, Khayatan said people started gathering around the “exhibit” to view it and take pictures. After a while, more and more people started doing the same, so he decided to take pictures of them admiring his “art.”

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You're Tearing Me Apart Lisa!! (NES Edition) - Movie Games Always Suck


You're Tearing Me Apart Lisa!! (NES Edition) by Brandon Wilhelm ART

Since The Room was a flop at the box office, and the ironic crowd lost interest in the film after Shia LeBeauf started making his own arthouse films, Tommy chose to shift gears and turn his screenplay into a video game. The premise is simple- guide Johnny through the emotional twists and turns of an average romantic banker's life while trying to keep his fiancee Lisa from running away with his best friend Mark, which is virtually impossible. The Room- The Game also involved many minor character side quests that made absolutely no sense, and this ultimately made the game an unplayable mess that made the movie look like a masterpiece!

Advertise your least favorite fictional video game in style with this You're Tearing Me Apart Lisa!! (NES Edition) t-shirt by Brandon Wilhelm ART, so bad it's good!

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Ranking the Romances of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Marvel movies are action films: Good vs. evil, superpowers, and special effects. But each has some kind of romantic pairing going on, for better or worse. maybe it’s part of the formula that all Marvel movies much adhere to. I guess we should consider it a good thing, because otherwise there might not be any women in those movies at all! But while some romance subplots are hot, others seem to be phones in. Den of Geek counts down the ten romances in Marvel movies, ranked from worst to best.


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What's the Most Bizarre Thing You've Caught Yourself Doing after Your Brain's Autopilot Misfired?

(Meme: Minor Mistake Marvin)

When we're tired and used to doing a particular task, such as driving home or blogging, we may stop thinking about it consciously. Different parts of our brains take over monitoring our activities. Sometimes those parts of the brain make really stupid decisions.

Redditor Kirushi asked the question in the title. How have our autopilot functions let us down? Here are some of the best responses.

Some were harmless, as Derped_my_pants remembers:

Was jogging late at night. A guy reached out his hand in front of me as I passed.

I high-fived him.

Turns out he was hailing a taxi.

Others were possibly dangerous, but nonetheless hilarious. Danseaman6 writes:

When I was in high school and living on the family farm, I used to feed the horses and barn cats every morning. Waking up at 6am for this as a 16 year old guaranteed that I was half asleep. So, I grabbed the cat food like I always did, walked to the table where my cat's bowl was like I always did, and poured some in. My cat always jumped up on the table right away to start eating right away, and one morning as something jumped up in front of me I absentmindedly pet it as usual. The hair felt a little rough so I looked down and instead of my friendly orange cat, there was a skunk. Just chilling there eating the cat food while I pet its back.

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All-Night French Fries with T-Rex: Seattle's Trippiest Rock-Poster Artist Tells All

While the artists who make rock concert posters for venues in San Francisco in the 60s became famous, John Moehring was doing the same thing in Seattle with little fanfare. Fifty years later, he is famous among poster collectors, those who really appreciate the psychedelic art of the era. Moehring produced posters for appearances by The Doors, Jefferson Airplane, The Grateful Dead, and other monsters of rock. Collectors Weekly has an exclusive interview with Moehring about those days.

“Lots of bands playing at Eagles came to the house to partake of the Alice B. Toklas-inspired chewies and hang out before or after concerts,” Moehring says. “It was a safe environment for rock ’n’ roll road warriors often quite a distance from home.”

Naturally, Moehring had his favorites. “I have special memories of Pink Floyd’s visits,” he says. “They were fun people to spend some time with. And Alice Cooper, in spite of his appearance, was just a down-to-earth guy who liked to play golf. Go figure. People weren’t really stuck-up about their fame back then,” Moehring adds. “Everybody was interested in meeting new people and hearing what they thought and had to say.”

One of Moehring’s fondest memories is of an evening spent with English rocker Marc Bolan of Tyrannosaurus Rex—his second band, T-Rex, and its big hit, “Bang a Gong (Get It On),” were still a few years away. Accompanying Bolan on this particular evening was his then-girlfriend and future wife, June Child.

“Marc wanted to go out and have some real American French fries,” Moehring recalls, “so we piled into whatever ramshackle vehicle I had at the time and drove to a restaurant, where we ate French fries and just talked and talked. Eventually Marc got tired, so I drove him back to where they were staying, but June was still raring to go. We stayed up the entire night driving all over Seattle. I showed her all my favorite little places.” For example, one stop on this after-midnight tour was an old water tower way out on the Magnolia Bluffs overlooking Puget Sound. “The tower had these real cool cross braces all around it,” Moehring says, “and if you shook one of the braces that was down close to the ground, the whole thing would start to vibrate and reverberate. It was just a lovely, lovely evening.”

Read the rest, and see a nice collection of posters, at Collectors Weekly.


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