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2018.12.06 01:33 RyEKT Sunrise is a movement to stop climate change and create millions of good jobs in the process.

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2023.06.10 19:00 theblackswordsman0 Im from Macedonia and im searching for job in Croatia which offers a place to stay

Hello guys, im 20 years old male from Macedonia and i was working in Novalja about 4 days ago but i got fired and now im Zagreb without job, money and a place to stay. Can you tell me where i can ask for a job which pays daily and offers a place to stay? I can work in a hotel or in a barestaurant as a barmen.(It doesn't have to be in Zagreb i can go in other city for work if its needed)
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2023.06.10 18:59 Ace9311 Modelling

As I think more I feel fashion designing & modelling will be a huge part of this game, theory of mine but feel there is more we have not seen yet. As they show the online portion of the game so far we do not know any story or background at the moment.
  1. As it is all fashion influence’s designing is going to be a massive part of this game for me personally it feels make sense.
  2. I have spoke on this before but being & using models, whether it means photoshoots for billboards & magazine’s, catwalks to promote your outfits an influence npc’s & the online side of things.
  3. This has been a huge back and fourth on how to word this, but feel it does make sense but not in same way as past games, boutiques. Now they could work as npc’s could be inspired by a photoshoot or catwalk, that makes them want the next best item. Whether it be a hair accessory or whole outfit, or shoes etc, they come in ask you give them it but boutiques will still be apart as there is a exhibition hall in this game.
I still am excited, I completely get the fear of unknown but this game is $60 on PlayAsia which for UK folk like me, £50. It a full priced game as Style Boutique / Style Savvy was £25 / £30 at the time. So there is more in this feel reason holding back as maybe the animation & that may not be fully finished at the time the showcase was, but I do have faith for me this is a spiritual successor to Style Boutique, an the creativity is there but feel the bits I pointed out will be in the boutique stuff could be called something different. Wanna hear your thoughts & ideas too 😀
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I have 9 years in IT and 4 years in Tech (SaaS). I really excel in learning software/systems quickly and can be a SME in no time. I’m in Product now (like it a lot), but I’m looking for a J2 that doesn’t have meetings every damn day. I see positions for Workday Application Analyst / Admins, and that’s what struck this idea.
Does anyone here specialize in a specific software like Workday or Service Now, etc?
Feel like a great J2 would be to specialize in a software/application. Willing to put the time in and get certified or whatever I need to do to achieve the level of expertise needed, but curious on if others have done this here. I have absolutely had it with the roadblocks at the company I work at, and OE seems like the best way to achieve financial independence for me.
What software do you specialize in? Suggestions on learning / cert? Level of pay to start?
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2023.06.10 18:57 usamarbleracing Basic Income and Incarceration

One thing I have not seen much discussion about is how to treat Basic Income for those who are incarcerated. I should point out that in this context, I am referring to those who have been convicted of a crime and sent to prison, not those who have been arrested and are awaiting trial in jail.
The average cost to house a prisoner generally exceeds what would typically be the proposed benefit from basic income. At the very least, this could provide some relief to jurisdictions who struggle with the cost of housing prisoners if you take most of if not all of the prisoner's income benefit.
On the flip side, this could reduce recidivism by allowing a prisoner to be released without immediately being thrown into poverty, as they would have some income going forward, even if they have no savings. Since they are not reoffending, this leads to a decrease in crime, which reduces the need for prison capacity, outs less burden on the legal system, and can lead to lower insurance rates.
Another possibility would be greater capacity for convicted criminals to make restitution. For example I recently had my car stolen, and if the police ever find who did it, it would be relatively easy to go to small claims court and file to get my deductible back. My insurance company could in turn sue for their cost of the claim. This could lead to lower insurance rates as home and auto claims for losses resulting for criminal activity would have a way to recover some of their costs. Someone convicted of murder or manslaughter could have their income directed to the victim's estate and/or life insurance provider.
Of course the best answer may involve a combination of the above. Maybe something like 1/2 goes to the prison system to cover the cost of housing and 1/2 goes to the victim(s). It might even be wise to allow someone have 2-3 months' savings upon release assuming their sentence is longer than 60-90 days, which should prevent a released prisoner from returning to a life of crime.
I realize in the beginning this may be cost neutral as paying taxes to support a UBI should be the same as paying taxes to support the prison system and/or victim compensation, but if it leads to a decrease in crime, insurance rates go down, law enforcement has to respond to fewer calls, law enforcement can spend more time catching criminals on the remaining cases, and we don't have to build as many prisons. This could allow states and municipalities to cut taxes as right now they bear most of these costs.
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2023.06.10 18:55 ZarthanFire Trip Report - 15 Days in Osaka, Himeji, Nara, Kyoto, Kanazawa, Tokyo, and Fujiyoshida!

This subreddit has been an amazing resource for my solo trip prep over the last few months so now it's my turn to give back. I did not have a set budget in mind since I save diligently for my trips. I am fairly well-traveled, a late 30s, solo traveler. This was my first time in Japan and my goals were a mixture of eating, exploring history, enjoying some theme parks, and enjoying experiences that only Japan could offer.
Total USD Spend: 17 days (2 travel days) came out to about $4200 USD total: * Flight: $1050 * Accommodations: $1400 * Food and Snacks: $1000 * Transportation (IC card, buses, trains): $250 * Theme Park & Novelty Experiences: $400 * Misc (souvenirs, shopping): $200 I typically budget out about $5K USD for my trips and Japan was definitely on the higher side of the budget, but again, I splurged on some fantastic restaurants, premiere entry at Universal Studios Osaka, along with numerous day trips. As others have mentioned here, I also averaged between 25K-30K steps a day. I’m in decent shape but walking 10-15 miles everyday definitely took its toll and my body shut down for a day.
Day 0: Landed in Osaka in the late afternoon and ended up wandering Dotonbori for a few hours since my hotel was located a block away. Ended up eating some very mediocre ramen at a stand in Dotonbori which was pretty disappointing, but the carbs were enough to knock me out. Day 1: Woke up early to walk around Dontobori at 5am and then headed out to few unique temples, including Namba Yasaka Jinja. Hopped onto the subway to enter Ueno Sky Tower, and overall, it was meh, I didn’t stay long just taking a few pictures and walked around Ueno for a few hours before heading to the Pokemon Cafe in Shinsaibashi. As others have noted, the food was very mediocre, but it was a fun experience nonetheless. Spent the rest of the evening getting drinks in Dotonbori before calling it a night.
Day 2: A full day at Universal Studios Japan to experience Super Nintendo World. I splurged on the express passes that gave me full access to a bunch of rides. SNW is pretty fucking awesome and I had a blast riding the Yoshi and Mario Kart rides, all the while taking taking in the atmosphere. The premiere pass also gave me access to a few additional rides including Harry Potter, Doraemon VR, and Jurassic Park. Had a late dinner at Kyushu Ramen getting their famous chashu ramen and it did not disappoint.
Day 3: Spent most of the day exploring Kuromon Ichiba Market, the local malls, and Dotonbori trying some street food. Went back to my hotel room and just relaxed for the rest of the day since jet lag was still bothering me. Watched some sumo matches on random Japanese tv before calling it a night.
Day 4: Took a day trip to Himeji to see the Himeji Castle. What a fantastic piece of history! I spent hours just taking in the sites and the nearby garden also highly recommended. Afterward, I had my first taste of Kobe beef in the form of a beef bowl at Kushiyaki Kobe Beef. Fantastic little hole-in-the-wall place with some really nice people working the counter. Took the train from Himeji directly to Nara where I was planning to stay the night. Day 5: Spent the entire day playing with the thousands of deer and checking out some local temples, including Todai-ji. I didn't do anything in Nara that hadn't been mentioned enough times here, but as others have said, a day trip or one day is more than enough time in the area. Took a late train to Kyoto. Day 6: Woke up in the early morning to beat the crowds to enjoy Fushimi Inari. Hiked the entire loop (about 2-3 hours) with only a fraction of the crowds, enjoyed some macha soft serve at the peak of the hill, and took my time going back down right rwhen the army of tourists and tour groups arrived. Grabbed an overly expensive Kobe beef stick from one of the food stalls by the temple gates and then spent an hour at a cute coffee shop called Rickshaw Cafe just people watching before grabbing an early dinner at Ramen Sen-no-Kaze. The food was solid, but it took 90 minutes to get a table. Not worth it and in hindsight I would have left.
Day 7: Woke up early again to check out the highly overrated Arashimyama bamboo forest. It was pretty underwhelming, but I did get a few nice photos before the crowds arrived. Strolled through the park and really enjoyed walking along the Katsura River seeing the catfish waiting to be fed and seeing the fishing boats tied up. A very tranquil place. After the nice long stroll, I walked back-and-forth the Togetsukyo Bridge and Kimono Forest (meh). The highlight of the morning was really Tenryu-Ji and the amazing zen garden. After a few hours taking in the peacefulness and silence, took the city bus to Kinkaku-ji, and the crowds were in full swing. Still totally worth seeing in person although it didn’t last very long. Day 8: A full day experiencing the Philosopher’s Path on a gorgeous sunny day. Too sunny since I got some pretty bad sunburns! I visited too many amazing temples, including Kiyomizo-dera, along with old Gion, although I thought the area was bit overhyped. I preferred the smaller, more peaceful temples away from the mass of tourists. Some of my favorites during my day exploring old Kyoto included Eikan-do, a more secluded temple up in the hills, Nanzen-Ji, with its beautiful aqueduct, and just walking the streets aimlessly for a few hours. Went to Nishiki Market and ate some amazing oysters at Daiyasu. If you love oysters, this is the spot to try it! Spent too much money on oysters and decided to go cheap and ate at Kura Sushi. The food was mediocre by Japanese standards, but blows away the quality and cost of the Kura Sushi restaurants in my hometown of Los Angeles.
Day 9: Took an early morning train to Kanazawa. Enjoyed my first ekiben while taking in the sights from the comfort of the Thunderbird Limited Express. Spent the rest of the day visiting the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art (meh) and Kenrou-ken, probably the most beautiful garden in the Kanda province. Wrapped up the day by visiting the D.T Suzuki Museum and wow, the tranquil pool area was amazing. Do yourself a favor and stand on the corner and just stare at the water. You’ll feel like the entire world is moving along on a plane and you’re the one that is frozen in place. It was pretty trippy. Ate well at Mori More Sushi Omicho and stopped by the Pokemon Center to pick up the exclusive Pikachu Kimono figure only available in the Kanazawa store.
Day 10: Torrential rain the entire day but I powered throughit with my trusty umbrella. Enjoyed breakfast and snacks at the Omicho Market, enjoying a tuna-don at one of the stalls, fresh uni, and more oysters. Not cheap but fresh! Walked around the Higashi Chaya District, doing a bit of window shopping and ate some gold leaf macha soft serve at Kaikaro, spending more time people watching. Walked around the Kanazawa Castle Park in all its empty glory as well as the Oyama Shrine. The castle was pretty underwhelming esp. after seeing Himeji so I probably would have skipped it in hindsight. Wrapped up the day visiting the Naga-machi District, probably my favorite part of Kanazawa. Had more sushi at Sushi Rekireki Omicho, an enjoyable omakase.
Day 11: Took the Shinkansen to Tokyo eating the most expensive ekiban I could find, and spent the rest of the entire day in Asakusa in Tokyo. Walked around Senso-ji, had a few beers in Hoppy Street, and finally tried Ichiran. Called it an early day since I would be doing DisneySea in the early morning.
Day 12: Took the express bus from Tokyo Skytree to DisneySea. Thanks to the early forecast of rain, the park was barely 50% full? The longest wait for most rides was under 20 minutes so I was lucky enough to ride everything at least once. My meals consisted of a bunch of unique Dsney parki food: gyoza hot dogs, alien mochi, Mike watermelon bread, etc. Stayed until the fireworks and went straight back to the hotel and crashed. That was a 40K step day!
Day 13: Visited Akihabara, spending way too much money on crane games, browsing retro games, and looking at figures. Headed to Shibuya to eat breakfast for lunch at A Happy Pancake (meh). Went to the Nintendo Store in the PARCO mall, only to be disappointed to find out that all of the Nintendo World store t-shirts were sold out. Actually everything semi-interesting was sold out. Went up to Shibuya Sky to watch the sunset, spending a few hours just watching the day slowly turn into night. Did the Scramble a few times and then headed to Shinjuku where I’d be located for the last few days.
Day 14: Another torrential rainstorm sadly ruined my plans of visiting Shinjuku Gyoen, Meiji Jingo, and Harajuku. Maybe next time. I was hoping to buy Tokyo Giants tickets but they were all sold out so I ended up going to the Tokyo National Museum. I won’t lie, I was pretty bored, and in hindsight I wish I went to the neighboring National Museum of Nature and Science instead. After strolling Ueno Park in the rain, I was craving tonkatsu and googled Tonkatsu Yamabe. Good decision as it was the best tonkatsu I had in Tokyo. Went to a nearby Taito Game Station wasting more money on crane games before heading back to Shinjuku. The area is insane and in hindsight, I would probably pick somewhere like Shibuya or Ueno, somewhere slightly more chill. Day 15: One of my favorite days in Tokyo! Teamlabs Planets lives up to the hype but ONLY if you can get first admission at 9am. It was glorious to be among the first people in the exhibits as I could take in experience the way it was intended. There were only a few people in each room giving each space such a great, peaceful, and chill vibe. Headed to Ginza to the Michelin-rated Sushi Toyama, where I had a chance to finally experience bluefin toro (worth it!). Probably the most expensive lunch ever but it was quite the experience. A sunny and beautiful day, I bought a bunch of souvenirs and clothes (a 12-story Uniqlo with its own coffee shop, Muji Ginza, Ginza Six), checked out my favorite Toy Story in Japan, Hakuhinkan Toy Park, intricate stationary stores like Itoya, and went to a very popular Ginza Starbucks to people watch. Spent the evening in Shinjuku exploring Golden Gai getting swarmed by Nigerian dudes. Wanted to try a hole-in-wall ramen spot in the area but the line was stupid long so I ended up just going to Kyushu Ramen and was satisfied enough. A good day.
Day 16: With the break in clouds the day before, I decided to call an audible and set up a last minute day trip to Mount Fuji. Took an express bus from Shinjuku to Fushiyoshida and got dropped off in front of Chureito Pagoda. It was cloudy for most of the day, but for the last several hours I saw Mount Fuji in all its glory. It was a gray day but no complaints — it was nice to cross another bucket list item from the list.
Wow, this was much longer than I anticipated. Well if you got this far, feel free to ask any questions! In the meantime, I'll be planning my next trip to Japan soon!
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2023.06.10 18:55 Pistola_Peeps Returning from LOA??

First time posting here. I have worked at target for 1.5 years. I worked gm, seasonal, kitchen & bath, style & cashier. I am one of those older adults that the kids talk about. I am usually running around the store grabbing customer calls or running to back up while the children post Tik tok videos rather than speaking on the walkie when called.. anyways I have enjoyed my work however during all this intensive pushing & pulling & stocking within a 45 minute time limit 40 plus hours during the holidays my Back seized up & I had to request time off. I ended up tearing my labrum in left & right hip as well as pulling a couple discs in my back. I have been on Leave through my state & fortunately i get some payment however all will end soon & I will have to return to work.
My problem is that I am not sure i want to return. It’s a job that pays $17.50 however it’s a job with hours that are always cut, no health insurance if you don’t hit 25 hrs a week. (I averaged 23.5 last year & got denied insurance), team leaders who don’t give a F & guests who just don’t understand what we really go through. Don’t even get me started on Human Resources. Dumb as F!!
Anyways I am annoyed that it hurts to bend everyday & my leg foot gets numb.. at my age it’s tough to return to a job that will usually average 25 hrs & very little room for growth.. any thoughts from others who have experienced similar or just advice. Thanks
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2023.06.10 18:55 Limp-Investment6189 I’m tired of being poor and my family makes it worse

My mom left my dad when I was a kid with no plan and no skills. We lived in a homeless shelter and then public housing until I was old enough to move out and live on my own. My mom’s had jobs here and there but they by and large don’t last long. Part of that was me— I was always sickly because of the terrible quality of the housing we lived in but she’s also lazy and often lost her job even when I wasn’t there. She had a gambling problem and would basically accept any man who came about, no matter how lazy, useless and poor he was.
I’m an adult now, and after years of being a fuckup myself, I have tried to make something of myself— not just for me but for her. She retired early and of course has no savings. She quit her job because she didn’t like it. I found her the cheapest possible apartment and a program that allows her to pay $150 a month and she’s still late every single month.
Meanwhile, I am in school in a program that by design takes up all of my time so I can’t work an extra job. And I still have to support her. I am paying all of her bills except for her phone and I often have to give her money for that. She helps me when she can but that’s very very very rare.
She has a side gig but she basically refuses to work. I don’t mind helping her but this is awful. I am trying so hard to lift us out of poverty forever so that she is comfortable and I am comfortable. I’m planning to get her a house before I have one because they’re cheap where she lives. But it’s like she doesn’t care that she’s making this so hard for me. I often think she resents the fact that I’m turning things around. I don’t think it’s wrong to not care if you’re rich but when you can’t meet your basic needs and you expect everyone else to pick up your slack because they’re your family without even a thank you, it’s hard not get angry.
She has an attitude and will often prod me until I’m livid and then either guilt trip me by crying or be snotty until I am enraged.
I am just so goddamn tired of being poor and it would be great if I didn’t have someone actively making that goal less achievable by the day.
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2023.06.10 18:54 Affectionate-Wear-71 Do credit hours really matter?

I just spoke to a first year med student about med school and if it was as difficult as he expected. He told me in undergrad he was taking 20 credits per semester, and said that med school was like taking 30 credits per semester. I just couldn’t stop thinking in my head that I’m only taking 12-15 a semester. My undergrad will take me 5 years because I decided to get an associates degree for a higher paying healthcare job before I became “pre med”.
I always feel like I’m not doing enough lol. I totally could add in more classes to up my credits per hours but at my school it’s about 650 per credit hour… balancing work, volunteer and EC idk if I can take more classes without sacrificing other activities? Any advice?
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2023.06.10 18:54 Remarkable-Page-2590 UCLA, Wharton, MIT or NYU?

I'm preparing now for MBA 2024. I graduated three years ago (CGPA 9 & GMAT 750). My program was BA Film. I made many short films, worked as a editor too. I've done advertisements & many such projects. Nothing too big yet. I am not from the USA, so talking about the cinema of my country. As much as I enjoy making films, I want to target top financial positions in the film industry & work for a big movie studio in that department. In the process I realised I really love the financing/business side of the film industry. I want to do an MBA. I don't want to apply to all M7/top business schools in the USA. So I have shortlisted these 4 schools and will eventually apply to 2 maybe.
UCLA Anderson School Of Management
NYU Stern
Wharton School Of Business
MIT Sloan School Of Management
Which is the best for my goals? You can suggest any other business school too please if you think that will be more suitable.
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2023.06.10 18:54 janeman789 76th Tony Awards 2023 Who Will Win & Who Should Win On Broadway’s Big Night.

The 76th annual Tony Awards are set for Sunday, June 11, with plenty of musical performances, returning host Ariana DeBose, a new location venue — and no writers.
Airing live from the United Palace theater in New York City’s Washington Heights, the Broadway awards ceremony is scheduled for 8-11 p.m. ET/5-8 p.m. A live, 90-minute pre-show, The Tony Awards: Act One, hosted by Julianne Hough and Skylar Astin, begins at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT. The pre-show will be available for free on Pluto TV via smart TVs, streaming devices, mobile apps and online by going to Pluto TV and clicking on the “Pluto TV Celebrity” channel. No payment, registration or sign-in is required.
With the ongoing Writers Guild of America strike, the Tonys presentation this year will have no scripted elements (the WGA is also urging its members, whether nominated or not, not to attend). The WGA has agreed not to picket the event. Although the show is not expected to include the pre-written jokes, banter and introductions typical for awards ceremonies, the broadcast will feature performances from the casts of nominated best musicals and revivals including *Camelot, Into the Woods, & Juliet, Kimberly Akimbo, New York, New York, Parade, Shucked, Some Like It Hot* and *Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.* 
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2023.06.10 18:53 fatefuldawn I Finished a No Somniel Ironman Run on Maddening!

I can't believe it.
So a No Somniel run pretty much means that during the run, all activities that are done in the Somniel are banned. There are several combat-related implications of this - no refining weapons (no early strong weapons like a Levin Sword until Ch. 11 for example and can only use base weapons), no engravings, no Bond Rings, no cooking, no activities, no Well, and no Arena. The early Steel weapons that you get upon going to the Somniel from an update are banned as well as the Heroes rewards (the Bond Rings and the weapons, Folkvangr, Fensalir, and Noatun). No Arena means that leveling up the bond rank of Emblems on each character will have to be done in the maps themselves and skill inherits are impossible. Reclassing is still possible, but more difficult now that you have to level up bond ranks in maps and because weapon proficiencies past bond rank 5 will need at least two maps with the Emblem Ring. No DLC either, but that doesn't impact me since I don't have it anyway. And while it's not a Somniel activity, I didn't have Network Connection enabled for the weapon drops, EXP, and other small benefits scattered on a map. I had finished a normal Ironman run with no big issues (one death, RIP Louis), but I went into this run fully expecting to lose it. An Ironman means no using the Draconic Time Crystal, so no rewinding my mistakes and every input I make is final. If a character dies because of my poor decisions or they get crit by the enemy, they remain dead.
Run casualties:
RIP Chloe, Yunaka, Framme, Celine, and Diamant.
The Final Team:
Some quick notes - the screenshot on the top has HP tonics already applied to everyone so subtract 5 if you want to see their true HP. That was the first thing I did when I went into the final map and then thought maybe I should screenshot everyone. The screenshot on the bottom has everyone with their Emblem Rings and full tonics applied to them.
Stat Boosters: One Boots, one Seraph Robe, one Speedwing, three Dracoshields, three Talismans, two Goddess Icons
Stat Boosters: One Energy Drop, three Secret Books, one Speedwing
Stat Boosters: One Boots, one Seraph Robe, two Energy Drops
Stat Boosters: Three Spirit Dusts
Stat Boosters: One Speedwing
Stat Boosters: One Seraph Robe, one Speedwing
In comments below, I detail my thoughts on the individual chapters if anyone's interested (starting from Ch. 6 since that's the first chapter where something actually happened and where I also had a clear goal in mind for the map). I never thought I would successfully complete this run so I don't have any screenshots to chronicle events from before Ch. 24-ish (also, I forgot to screenshot too many things). I unfortunately don't remember the exact details of the early/midgame chapters that well anymore, but I tried my best to recall whatever information I could. This is listed by the order I tackled the maps. A full turn count, playtime, and MVP list is here.
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2023.06.10 18:53 ZealousidealIntern84 VES Mental Health Exam prep and Backpay question.

Hey there , We submitted a claim for PTSD back in October 2022. We were denied , but we filed a supplemental in December and we were awarded 30% in Feb. Our representative said that was too low so she put in for another supplemental and now we got a request for a VES virtual mental health exam. 1. Provided we are awarded an increase in our percentage from 30% for example to 50%, does pack pay start from our initial claim on Oct .2022 or Dec 2022 after the submittal of our supplemental? 2. What is the best way to prepare for this appointment? I honestly do not feel I need 100%, but 50% or higher would be more appropriate. I was fired from my last job, my dad passed away while I was in the service and just thinking about all the stress from me being a MP in the airforce gives me some anxiety even to this day 🤦‍♂️. Thanks all!
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