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    • Anonymous

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      Lol

      Dumb broad!

      She goes on to smack BOTH parties, which is weird because she actually controls Biden (so I’ve read)

    • jbear

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      Great thread. She’s a freaking genius.

    • Anonymous

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      Today several Dem candidate returned her campaign donations

      Remember when she ran the Dem
      Party?

      • jbear

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        I guess you haven’t heard about Joe’s infrastructure bill? 1.9 trillion dollars not pesos. It’s phase one apparently…according to the administration and is to be followed by an equally robust “human” infrastructure bill.

        I think that what’s actually going on here is that you really think everybody but you is some sort of moron. News flash axcel, you aren’t that smart.

        These bills may as well be taken straight from AOC’s manifesto against farting cows and flying on planes or riding trains without holding office. Or at least having a windfarm reassignment voucher so you can ride with her thousand dollar pant suits in the cargo hold.

        This shit is ground breaking and it’s hard to believe that a guy who spends a good chunk of his time doing a 50 piece puzzle that he can never quite finish, is capable at this late stage of life to suddenly turn into a legit Socialist all on his own.

    • DCGoth

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      Joe’s infrastructure bill? 1.9 trillion dollars not pesos. It’s phase one apparently…according to the administration and is to be followed by an equally robust “human” infrastructure bill.

      Very true. The infrastructure bill is not cheap; however, infrastructure has been ignored by both sides for a very long time. Tally up 50 some years about legislators pissing and moaning about cost, all while ensuring other agencies were almost over-budgeted. That fifty+ years of ignoring infrastructure is just coming due. If it creates jobs and rebuilds cities, I have no problem with that.

      During the Depression, Roosevelt had to do a major overhaul, while enacting a ton of programs. Combine that with Pearl Harbor pushing the US into WWII, and people did what was needed. If WWII were happening in the modern era, and Biden was forced into that war, by today’s standards, even if they enacted the Defence Production Act, they would be lacking in “Rosie the Riveter” types, as people would weave politics into it and refuse to work the factories, as it would be viewed as a “blue state problem”.

      I have no problem with Government interjecting resources into jobs and rebuilding cities. Personally, I’m tired of wondering if a chunk of bridge will land on my car as I’m driving through Philly.

      I’d rather have a beer bottle in front of me than a pre-frontal lobotomy.


       

    • Anonymous

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      Great thread. She’s a freaking genius.

      Not a genius but smart enough to put Harvard educated lawyer on blast

    • FireLicht2020

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      Tax cuts for billionaires cost us plenty.

      Infrastructure is long overdue.

      Your faux outrage for a balanced budget is still ridiculous…

    • DCGoth

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      Tax cuts for billionaires cost us plenty.

      Infrastructure is long overdue.

      Your faux outrage for a balanced budget is still ridiculous…

      +1

      FWIW, I don’t see how any of the Republicans can go back to the TEA Party stuff, after supporting Tromp’s policies the past four years.

      I’d rather have a beer bottle in front of me than a pre-frontal lobotomy.


       

    • Anonymous

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      Your faux outrage for a balanced budget is still ridiculous…

      like someone screaming about FREE SPEECH and low taxes while nothing but “crickets” for legislation to tax MLB because you dont like their stance on your racist ass.

      Most super hardcore Trumpers (minority) are fascist frauds

    • Biggs3535

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      Infrastructure is long overdue.

      The sheer amount of ignorance displayed by Mr. Mayor never ceases to amaze:

      https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/subjects/infrastructure_development/6363

      The last six congress groups have averaged 150+ infrastructure bills, with one of the biggest ones happening in the 2009 stimulus. Like damn near everything else your precious government touches, they’ve been mostly wasteful and unproductive. Of course, being the Mayor of Cluelessville, this is all news to you.

      • FireLicht2020

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        Yeah pissing on a forest fire sure will put it out…

        Derrrrrrrr

        Glad to have you back in your selective outrage and selective posting.

        Matt Gaetz says hi

    • Anonymous

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      Infrastructure is long overdue.

      The sheer amount of ignorance displayed by Mr. Mayor never ceases to amaze:

      https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/subjects/infrastructure_development/6363

      The last six congress groups have averaged 150+ infrastructure bills, with one of the biggest ones happening in the 2009 stimulus. Like damn near everything else your precious government touches, they’ve been mostly wasteful and unproductive. Of course, being the Mayor of Cluelessville, this is all news to you.

      Yep. That’s why you created that thread mocking Trump when he advanced the same concept in 2019.

      No maybe that was in response to him meeting with Dems to negotiate an infrastructure bill on 2018?

      I don’t know, one of those times

      🙄

    • Anonymous

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      Like damn near everything else your precious government touches, they’ve been mostly wasteful and unproductive

      Like the 2017 tax cut. I recall many MAGA threads objecting to that

    • FireLicht2020

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      It’s a compelling argument that Biggs makes…
      So it’s either:
      A.) This is yet another infrastructure bill, and thus not a big deal.
      B.) This is a different type of infrastructure bill, and thus not comparable to other bills.

      Will be interested to hear his hot take!

    • Anonymous

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      Fidel Castro assassinates Ted Cruz

    • Biggs3535

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      It’s a compelling argument that Biggs makes…
      So it’s either:
      A.) This is yet another infrastructure bill, and thus not a big deal.
      B.) This is a different type of infrastructure bill, and thus not comparable to other bills.

      Will be interested to hear his hot take!

      My argument was made clearly in my first post, but since it’s clearly necessary, I’ll repeat it for your dumbass:

      1. Regardless of your ignorance, there have been hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of infrastructure bill over the last decade.

      2. Despite all of these infrastructure bills and money spent on infrastructure over the last decade, the current state of infrastructure still has issues. Why do you suppose that is? You don’t have the capacity to answer this question correctly.

      Wallow in that glorious ignorance, Mr. Mayor.

    • Anonymous

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      It’s a compelling argument that Biggs makes…
      So it’s either:
      A.) This is yet another infrastructure bill, and thus not a big deal.
      B.) This is a different type of infrastructure bill, and thus not comparable to other bills.

      Will be interested to hear his hot take!

      behind the link that was provided lie a veritable treasure trove of “infrastructure” bills like this:

      “Reaffirming the strategic partnership between the United States and Mongolia and recognizing the 30th anniversary of democracy in Mongolia.”

    • Anonymous

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      “A BILL
      To support United States international cyber diplomacy, and for other purposes.”

      “A BILL

      To amend the Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965 to prohibit the Secretary of Commerce from issuing certain grants to States or political subdivisions of States that restrict or prohibit indoor and outdoor dining, and for other purposes.”

    • Anonymous

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      Mitch McConnell is NOT happy

    • FireLicht2020

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      Lol Biggs.

      Our infrastructure is shit.

      Just because they pissed on a forest fire with prior bills doesn’t mean our infrastructure is robust.

      So you’re yelling at clouds again.

      The Biden bill is a more comprehensive approach to infrastructure… and much needed.

      But you knew that already and just wanted to pat your back…

      ThEy AlReAdY dId InFrAsTrUcTuRE

    • Anonymous

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      Lol Biggs.

      Our infrastructure is shit.

      Just because they pissed on a forest fire with prior bills doesn’t mean our infrastructure is robust.

      So you’re yelling at clouds again.

      The Biden bill is a more comprehensive approach to infrastructure… and much needed.

      But you knew that already and just wanted to pat your back…

      ThEy AlReAdY dId InFrAsTrUcTuRE

      Even Trump wanted to invest in infrastructure.

      And a wall .. well, Mexico making the investment 😂

    • Biggs3535

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      Despite all of these infrastructure bills and money spent on infrastructure over the last decade, the current state of infrastructure still has issues. Why do you suppose that is? You don’t have the capacity to answer this question correctly.

      Lol Biggs.

      Our infrastructure is shit.

      Just because they pissed on a forest fire with prior bills doesn’t mean our infrastructure is robust.

      So you’re yelling at clouds again.

      The Biden bill is a more comprehensive approach to infrastructure… and much needed.

      But you knew that already and just wanted to pat your back…

      ThEy AlReAdY dId InFrAsTrUcTuRE

      It’s a hollow victory to be proven right on this one. Anybody with a clue could/can see you don’t have the capacity to answer the question as to why there are still infrastructure issues despite your precious government spending trillions over the last decade on infrastructure. You are simply too brainwashed. A perfect useful idiot.

    • Anonymous

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      to why there are still infrastructure issues despite your precious government spending trillions over the last decade on infrastructure

      man . . . .because its a big country. ITS ACTUALLY THAT SIMPLE

      Few examples, so get your crayons out.

      https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2021/03/31/fact-sheet-the-american-jobs-plan/

      Biden’s plan calls for repair for repair of the “the ten most economically significant bridges in the country in need of reconstruction. It also will repair the worst 10,000 smaller bridges.”

      10 AND 10,000 . . why werent these fixed already? because . . .

      “There are more than 617,000 bridges across the United States. Currently, 42% of all bridges are at least 50 years old, and 46,154, or 7.5% of the nation’s bridges, are considered structurally deficient, meaning they are in “poor” condition”

      Biden’s plan calls for “eliminate all lead pipes and service lines in our drinking water systems, improving the health of our country’s children and communities of color. ”

      why haven’t all these lead pipes been replaced? because there’s a ton of them and white ass old fucks control the government. Maybe youve heard of Flint? The again maybe not

      IN OTHER WORDS YOURE MAKING YOURE OFFERING YOUR USUAL STEAMING PILE OF NOTHINGNESS. YOU FOUND A LINK THAT DOESNT EVEN SAY WHAT YOU THINK IT SAYS AND, MOST IMPORTNATLY,YOU DIDNT THINK ABOUT HOW DUMB THE PREMISE WAS. OF COURSE . . OF COURSE . . THE GOVERNMENT FIXES INFRASTRUCTURE . . THAT DOESNT MEAN ITS ALL BEEN FIXED OR ELSE WHY WOULD TRUMP HAVE MADE THE SAME PLAN A COPUPLE YEARS AGO????

      BEYOND THE TRADTIONAL ROADS AND BRIDGES ( stuff that was in Trump’s plan), THE PLAN ALOS EXPANDS TO CARE COMNOMY ETC.

    • spartan

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      Outside of the interstate and railways, I am not sure what the Federal Govt has to do with the local infrastructure. Surely that should be the responsibility of the States?

    • Anonymous

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      Outside of the interstate and railways, I am not sure what the Federal Govt has to do with the local infrastructure. Surely that should be the responsibility of the States?

      It’s not that simple. For example one of the bridges most discussed in the Biden plan is the Brent Spence bridge. If you Google it it’s been in the news for its dilapidated condition and recent bad accidents. It’s absolutely critical though because so much commerce and freight crossing every day. I would imagine the bridges are owned by Ohio and Kentucky but they are also in the federal interstate so it would be federal money for state bridges, but that are part of the interstate system

    • Anonymous

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      Also federal money for local, municipal lead pipes, another example

    • FireLicht2020

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      Biggs, you’re talking out of your ass.

      Do you wanna argue the details of Biden’s infrastructure bill

      OR

      Whether or not this country needs to invest in infrastructure

      OR

      Whether “government”, and thus infrastructure, is the Democrats/liberals?

      Because your sensibility is all over the place…

      The bill itself has plenty of substance to argue, yet you wanna yell at clouds…

      It’s odd for someone to support building a giant pointless wall, yet fight the notion of a strong infrastructure…

      It’s also renewable energy which will save this county plenty of money long-term and make us more energy independent.

      But I don’t know if you actually wanna debate something… you’d rather fling poo without realize you’re only hitting yourself

      • Biggs3535

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        Biggs, you’re talking out of your ass.

        You still have absolutely no idea what point is being made to you. I’ll give it one last go, Mr. Mayor, in the simplest of terms possible:

        The government has spent trillions and trillions on infrastructure over the last decade. Why do trillions and trillions of dollars still need to be spent?

        Again, I’m fully aware you don’t have the capacity to answer this question. I am a little befuddled that you continue to have trouble understanding the very basic point that is being made. Fuggin’ brainwashed soy boys…

    • Anonymous

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      you’d rather fling poo without realize you’re only hitting yourself

      Yep

      Exactly.

    • FireLicht2020

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      Biggs, your point that we’ve spent trillions on infrastructure…

      Is it that you don’t want to spend money on it precisely because the government is wasteful with the money (and by government, in your mind, you mean liberals)?

      OR

      Is it that you think our infrastructure is sound?

      Every time you call me a “soy boy” it just reassures me that you’re a triggered little bitch that can’t handle a modicum of actualization.

      You live in a fantasy world where the past predicts the future 100% and the liberals are the only perpetrators of government.

      You don’t fix our failing infrastructure by complaining about the past OR ignoring the dilemma…

      And you certainly don’t feign an interest is fiscal conservativism after defending “orange man bad” for 4 years

    • Biggs3535

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      Biggs, your point that we’ve spent trillions on infrastructure…

      Is it that you don’t want to spend money on it precisely because the government is wasteful with the money (and by government, in your mind, you mean liberals)?

      OR

      Is it that you think our infrastructure is sound?

      Every time you call me a “soy boy” it just reassures me that you’re a triggered little bitch that can’t handle a modicum of actualization.

      You live in a fantasy world where the past predicts the future 100% and the liberals are the only perpetrators of government.

      You don’t fix our failing infrastructure by complaining about the past OR ignoring the dilemma…

      And you certainly don’t feign an interest is fiscal conservativism after defending “orange man bad” for 4 years

      I have to laugh at the big talk from someone that had absolutely no idea that trillions upon trillions had been spent on infrastructure over the last decade. It’s cute.

      Infrastructure is long overdue.

      Lolz @ the brainwashed, ignorant soy boys.

    • Anonymous

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      These bills may as well be taken straight from AOC’s manifesto

      so this thread is a great example of the hyper-politcal lunacy that has the GOP on the verge of collapse. Trump supported, over multiple years, infrastructure spending very similar to that in the Biden plan, some of it actually IDENTICAL and some it universally accepted as needed (example of the KY/OH bridge)

      at least two Trumpers, presumably silent (right?) during Trump’s promotion of the same spending, are now up in arms, one offering the “so absurd it must be trolling” claim above, the other posting a link to other “infrastructure” (resolution to support Mongolia) spending, as if that spending didn’t exist during the Trump admin or as if that eliminates the need (bridge example)?

      In the real world, “BidenRepublicans” is trending like there were Reagan Democrats . . that is because 70% of Americans (ie not hard core party loons) supported Biden’s CV19 bill, but the GOP lockstep voted against it. The same is underway with the infrastructure bill, with the cocoon providing the specious arguments (AOC manifesto etc)

      • FireLicht2020

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        Like I said it’s either more of the same, or it is completely different.

        Either way, Biggs point fails.

        If it is more of the same, then your outrage is based on the WHO not the WHAT.

        If it is different, then comparing it to prior spending bills is irrelevant.

        Biggs has the debate acumen of salt shaker.

    • FireLicht2020

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      Ok Biggs, I’ll note your surrender in my log.

      Another beta bow-out…

    • Anonymous

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      Meanwhile, in the non Trump fluffer real world:

      More infrastructure spending was Trump’s most popular promise in his presidential campaign, with approval from two thirds of Americans.

      In his first speech as President-elect, Trump vowed to “begin the urgent task of rebuilding” the United States of America.’

      “In his 2019 State of the Union address, Trump once again called for investments in infrastructure, but offered very few specifics.”

      “The problem of aging infrastructure cannot be addressed by the individual states because the costs are too high, meaning the federal government has to be involved. The federal tax on fuels, a major source of revenue for infrastructure spending, remains the same as it was in 1993, at $0.183 per gallon ($0.048 per liter).

      “In addition, the Highway Trust Fund is losing its effectiveness thanks to improving energy efficiency and the arrival of alternative-fuel vehicles whose owners do not have to pay the gas tax.”

      But hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of infrastructure bills . . all, no doubt, right from AOC’s manifesto

      LOL

    • Biggs3535

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      Ok Biggs, I’ll note your surrender in my log.

      Another beta bow-out…

      If it’s the log where you keep up with what happens in the real world, I have nothing to worry about.

      • FireLicht2020

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        Nah it’s a log of all your self-proclaimed victory without a semblance of logic or evidence.

        I win – Biggs, probably

    • Anonymous

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      Burn?

    • Biggs3535

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      Nah it’s a log of all your self-proclaimed victory without a semblance of logic or evidence.

      I win – Biggs, probably

      Was there any logic or evidence presented here, or is your self-awareness approaching Mr. Cronkite-levels?

      Infrastructure is long overdue.

      The sheer amount of ignorance displayed by Mr. Mayor never ceases to amaze:

      https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/subjects/infrastructure_development/6363

      The last six congress groups have averaged 150+ infrastructure bills, with one of the biggest ones happening in the 2009 stimulus. Like damn near everything else your precious government touches, they’ve been mostly wasteful and unproductive. Of course, being the Mayor of Cluelessville, this is all news to you.

      What you’re dumbass can’t comprehend is I’m not even commenting on the merits of this or any infrastructure bill. I’ve simply continued to point out how utterly clueless you are regarding the fact that there have been trillions and trillions spent on infrastructure over the last decade. You’re brainwashed and completely oblivious to it, to the point where you can’t even concede you don’t know what the hell you’re talking about. Like damn-near everything you attempt to comment on, you’re ignorant. It’s why you will continue to reign as the undisputed Mayor of Cluelessville.

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      where you can’t even concede you don’t know what the hell you’re talking about. Like damn-near everything you attempt to comment on, you’re ignorant

    • FireLicht2020

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      You think that by having spent “trillions” over decades of time, across a massive country, in debate areas of focus, across many different administrations… that somehow our infrastructure is fixed?

      You are special kind of stupid….so let me give you an analogy.

      I have a leak. I try to fix it myself. That doesn’t work. I hire a plumber but the issue is beyond their skill. I ignore it. Then I my wife and I debate what to do and compromise by fixing the fence and updating our light fixtures. But the leak persists. So I try to fix it again but get distracted… then I decide it’s better and easier to fix asthetics because that’s easier to look at… so we fix our doors, we replace the carpet… then after all that my pipes break and it floods my basement.

      Then I say “I threw a bunch of money at my house all these years, why didn’t I fix the problem”.

      So now you understand your utter stupidity on this subject… saying it’s already been addressed but not fixed…

      Just a stupid sack of, full of hot air and catch phrases… just like Trump… and just like that moron, you don’t actually have the cognitive capacity to think critically enough to read between the lines.

      So keep being a beta bitch with you moronic claims of “tHe MaYoR oF cLuElEsSvILle”…

      You’re not actually making any points. You’re just walking joke, rolling around it your own shit.

    • Biggs3535

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      You think that by having spent “trillions” over decades of time, across a massive country, in debate areas of focus, across many different administrations… that somehow our infrastructure is fixed?

      No dipshit, I don’t. In fact, I’ve said the opposite:

      Despite all of these infrastructure bills and money spent on infrastructure over the last decade, the current state of infrastructure still has issues.

      I’ve made this point multiple times in this thread, yet you still don’t get it. I used to think you were somewhat intelligent, just woefully ignorant. You are now proving me only half right. Since I’m an adult that can admit when he’s wrong, you’ve proven me wrong. You’re both ignorant and stupid, which is why every…single…point…has to be strenuously juxtaposed – and your dumbass still can’t grasp what’s being discussed.

      In conclusion, lolz @ “infrastructure is long overdue” from the Mayor of Cluelessville. You can have the last word, child.

    • Anonymous

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      I’m an adult that can admit when he’s wrong

    • FireLicht2020

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      Bigg – “your wrong”

      You aren’t impressing anyone with this.

      Infrastructure is long overdue isn’t a function of quantity, it is a function of quality.

      Think for 2 seconds. Rub two fucking brain cells together for a second and THINK about what that means.

      It is overdue… we’ve half-assed addressed it for your years at a surface level…that’s why this bill is being touted as some bloated spending (Marxist) platform.

      Instead of pissing on a fire we are dumping a lake on it.

    • FireLicht2020

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      All this fucking guy does is argue semantics…

      It’s like I’m back in 8th grade Debate class…

      Teeeeeeeeeeeeechnically

    • Anonymous

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      This thread has become a Baker Act file

      😂

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