Where’s Hillary Thursday Comments ?

Huma, Huma dear, I’ve been shopping !

I know you have all been wondering where she has been.

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103 thoughts on “Where’s Hillary Thursday Comments ?

  1. I love stories like this.

    For more than three years, U.S. Air Force officers debated what to do with the 35-year-old two-seater aircraft. Since the entire front end sustained no damage, many favored cannibalizing the cockpit and its avionics in support of other two-seaters in the force. But then specialists in Depot 22 proposed a plan to mate the front end of Arrowhead with the back end of an obsolete single-seater F-15 that had been parked out in the service’s desert “bone yard” for the past 20 years.

    This is your US Air Force today, standing around arguing over a wrecked jet for three years.

    Lt. Col. Maxim Orgad, commander of Depot 22’s Engineering Division, told Defense News. “So after several weeks went by and still no answer, we contacted them again about our plan to combine two separate aircraft. They said they never got back to us because they thought we were joking.”

    I can’t imagine not answering an email from the Israeli Air Force, even if I did think they might be joking.

    Orgad estimates the entire project cost less than $1 million, all inclusive of labor and spare parts. “Today, to buy an aircraft like this would cost more than $40 million,” he noted.

    He added, “I don’t know of any other air force that works to revive aircraft that others would throw away or, at best, disassemble for parts. But for us, this is our mission. We can’t afford otherwise.”

    There’s another account of the IAF and F-16 cracks in Lockheed aircraft. Great stuff – read the whole thing.

  2. Is anyone besides me concerned about the appointment of a special prosecutor? The whole Russia/Trump story was made up by the Democrats after the Hildabeast lost the election. Of course the LSNM has been fanning the flames of this Non-Story fake news story. There is not now, nor was there ever any evidence that Trump had anything to do with the Russians. I think that it was a big mistake to cow down to the white noise been produced by the deranged leftists. I don’t think that they’d impeach Trump, but this way they can keep coming up with leaks and tid-bits to try and hurt him. That said; If he is Impeached, it will be the official end of the Republic, we’ll have faded into Turd World status.

  3. My #5 I should add that the only crimes that we know for sure of was the leaking/unmasking of Trumps people by the Obama administration.
    Mornin’ TexPat, good to see you, I guess that you slipped in while I was typing. I’d already figgered that I had Kilt the blog,…..AGAIN 😀

  4. My #5 go back to yesterday’s #55, El Gordo’s post. He pretty much spells it out.

  5. I think the dark cloud of the special counsel could have a very bright lining, to wit:
    Seeing as how there are no boundaries on the scope of the investigation these are some of the areas that could be studied:
    1) The Podesta connection as an unregistered lobbyist for Russia
    2) Seeing as how the left are screaming hacking/collusion/interference with the election, that would necessitate investigating email servers, wouldn’t it? IF the counsel chooses to go there, Cankles is toast for failure to produce the documents, destruction of evidence under subpoena, lying to federal officials during the investigation, (obstruction of justice).
    3) The fact that Cankles, in a blatant move to hide her activities (because she knew they were illegal), had a server that prevented proper oversight of her official duties and that the server was NOT SECURED, as per regs on the book, she is guilty of violations of the espionage laws.
    4) Perhaps the counsel could investigate the personal finances of those members of the House and Senate who are screaming IMPEACHMENT the loudest and find out how it is that they became multi millionaires on a congress critter salary.

    These are just a few thoughts that struck me. This could result in a big bad boomerang on the stupid, crooked, commie Ds.

    Note to self: Never practice throwing a boomerang at night.

  6. Drudge says Roger Ailes is Dead.
    Siren

    Statement from Elizabeth Ailes:

    I am profoundly sad and heartbroken to report that my husband, Roger Ailes, passed away this morning. Roger was a loving husband to me, to his son Zachary, and a loyal friend to many. He was also a patriot, profoundly grateful to live in a country that gave him so much opportunity to work hard, to rise—and to give back. During a career that stretched over more than five decades, his work in entertainment, in politics, and in news affected the lives of many millions. And so even as we mourn his death, we celebrate his life…

  7. I agree with the above – this investigation could boomerang badly on the Dems, if it has no hard guidelines. If this investigation gets around to all the tangential connections, there could be wailing and gnashing of teeth to amuse and astound all the inhabitants of Hell itself.

    Drain the swamp.

    Pass the popcorn.

  8. I don’t think for one minute this surprise special prosecutor decision was made solely to placate the howling hyenas of the Dem party. No, he was encouraged by the eReps also. This is a serious matter, and to make it worse, what they are investigating has no factual basis whatsoever, coupled with the fact that it supposedly happened before Trump even became President. The impeachment idea for something that happened prior to assuming office is also ludicrous. And it’s all an effort for the elected representatives of the people to strengthen their grip on power over their constituents. Dems took Sessions out early, and Trump should have fired him on the spot when he recused himself – we knew right then and there they had a plan to pick them off one at a time. Saul Alinsky’s plan – isolate one key player, focus on him, take him out, then move on to the next one. Mueller is supposedly a close buddy to Comey, and once again I’m hearing about his impeccable reputation, but trust me, he human just like the rest of us, and the Dems will not hesitate to take him down if they need to. Fact is, if the Dems approve of someone, they are most likely already in their pocket no matter what they say. They (Dems) represent a small minority but have their voice amplified as if the whole country is against Trump. If they succeed in taking him out, we’re done as a nation. And never forget, the Ryan/McConnell eReps are in on the deal too.

    #5 – What he said.

  9. I am all for a special prosecutor in this situation. If Mueller stands by his reputation, it will be run professionally and, most of all, discreetly. You can’t stop Congress from leaking – it’s impossible. But you can run a relatively leak-free federal investigation and that will help to stop the hysteria going on now.

    The whole idea of impeaching Donald Trump is beyond absurd and the Democrats and media know it. However, they want to paralyze the new administration by swamping them with this kind of crap and keeping them constantly defensive. It binds up the momentum and depletes confidence to keep anything from actually getting done.

  10. Excellent column by Seth Rife at Foundation for Economic Education:

    Advancing victimhood as a meritorious state while simultaneously expanding the criteria by which it is established means that those seeking social status are in constant competition. This “oppression olympics” (as some have termed it) means that marginalized status will become defined in an increasingly divisive manner. In this way, victimhood culture sows the seeds of its own destruction.

    In an ironic twist, a culture of victimhood resembles a culture of honor in a surprising number of ways: for example, both demand that grievances be addressed, often publicly. It could even be argued that victimhood has obtained a privileged position that is impossible to challenge without incurring significant social costs. A new set of norms have emerged on college campuses, where there is a perverse honor in claiming to be oppressed.

    Indeed, it is no wonder that victimhood culture has risen to prominence on elite colleges in one of the wealthiest nations in the world. Only under such relatively comfortable conditions could this kind of silliness prosper.

  11. #12 – TP, I wish that the Dems (and eReps) motives were so benign as to merely slow implementation of Trump’s ideas of returning power to the people. But alas, they fully intend to take him out as President. They are going for the jugular. They are remembering the great days of Woodward and Bernstein (their heros) and have been dreaming ever since of doing it again. No, they are serious about disenfranchising the voters and the concept of state’s voting rights, the electoral college, etc. And they will continue to approach it one step, one individual, at a time. Trump has got to assemble his team and counter punch soon. Twitter ain’t gonna do it.

  12. Camille Paglia agrees with me.

    “Democrats are doing this in collusion with the media obviously, because they just want to create chaos,” she said when asked to comment on the aforementioned stories. “They want to completely obliterate any sense that the Trump administration is making any progress on anything.”

    and,

    Paglia’s assessment of media bias in the Trump era leaves little room for optimism. “I am appalled at the behavior of the media,” she declared. “It’s the collapse of journalism.”

  13. Good morning Hamsters. Off to another mugly start of 76 at 6 but with a light breeze that has since died. Rain chances with some hope of actually appearing seem to be assigned to the weekend.

    #12 Texpat

    Agree

  14. Having a Special Prosecutor digging around didn’t hurt Bush or Clinton. But, as I mentioned yesterday, they had an entirely different approach to the media on the subject, and both were coordinated and consistent.

    Such is not the case today.

    Instead, that comms strategy went out the window, or at least out the app this morning. In its place is a wildly exaggerated claim of victimhood that will perhaps galvanize his base, but make everyone else wonder what has Trump so worried. It’s yet another reminder that when it comes to strategic communications, Trump is often his own worst enemy, especially on Twitter.

    Trump is his own worst enemy, and he has a lot of bad enemies.

  15. Yup

    Special Council appointed for a complete and fabricated the Russians colluded with Trump and hacked the election lie.

    A hoax perpetrated by the DNC and the usual cast of liars, malcontents and swamp monsters with nary a shred of evidence meanwhile the real cover-up, Seth Rich-Gate, IMO, gets swept under the rug like the gazillion other deep state Obama lies, Hillary lies and media deception.

    Coup d’état, we’ll see
    whatever will be will be
    The swamp is deep up to the knees
    Coup d’état, d’état

  16. Yup

    Special Council appointed for a complete and fabricated the Russians colluded with Trump and hacked the election lie.

    Actually, they’re focusing on Mike Flynn and using that as a springboard into seeing if anybody else in the campaign colluded with the Russians.

    Flynn is apparently a bad guy, and they will try to paint Trump with Flynn’s actions and make it look like the campaign is rife with that kind of corruption.

    The fact that we came incredibly close to putting Mike Flynn into a position of responsibility in the National Security apparatus of the United States is chilling all by itself. Trump should not only have fired him, but it looks like the sumbiotch needs to be indicted, convicted, have all his hair shaved off with a rusty razor, and his skin rubbed down with 000 sandpaper, then take him water skiing in a lake of bleach.

  17. And just remember boy and girls, destroying laptops, taking a hammer to iOS devices and smashing them to bits and using bleach bit on your server’s hard drive is not considered obstruction as long as you didn’t intend to do it.

    But you can wipe it with a cloth.

    Is there some Bleach Bit in Hillary’s grocery basket?

  18. If Trump had kept his promise to appoint a Special Prosecutor to look into indicting Hillary, this would all look like retribution.

    Now, doing it will look like he’s trying to deflect attention from this investigation.

    Trump just let Hillary get off scot free.

  19. The very concept of an “independent prosecutor” is a farce. If the AG is so corrupt as to be unable to properly conduct it’s business, everyone should be fired and shut it down. It is also a farce because regardless of what we may see, every individual has built in prejudices that affect his or her actions and beliefs. Is Mueller really a law and order, straight shooter type guy? Then he is obviously a partisan conservative. See, the intent of this whole exercise is to find a place to put this political hot potato – it’s not about wrong doing or anything else. And it’s a manufactured crisis to begin with, but as far as the Dems and the eReps are concerned, it’s working. Swamp draining has been slow. Need to punch a few more drains in there and get the moss out of the filters. Our democratic process is under attack by out very own representatives.

  20. Saying you’re not as bad as the other guy is not a defense that an innocent person uses.

    And if cows could fly your windshield would be a lot harder to clean.

    Gimme a freakin’ break.

  21. phil says:
    MAY 18, 2017 AT 10:31 AM

    Saying you’re not as bad as the other guy is not a defense that an innocent person uses.

    And if cows could fly your windshield would be a lot harder to clean.

    Gimme a freakin’ break.

    If you can’t see how bringing Hillary into this is bad for Trump, then you’ve got a lot of cows flying around in your neighborhood.

  22. Here’s what the Dems are doing:

    They’re putting out accusations and innuendo, then letting Trump and his supporters make him look guilty.

  23. This is what is fueling this whole thing. It has absolutely nothing to do with investigating the Russians hacking the election.

    It comes as a result of Trump’s misplaced loyalty to Flynn. Bringing other National Security ne’er do wells into it only makes Trump look worse by comparison.

    Ed already flagged the McClatchy piece about Flynn discouraging the Obama White House from letting a Kurdish force attack Raqqa to oust ISIS, something that made his former client, Turkey, happy. The other news today is a Times piece that claims the Trump transition team knew not only that Flynn had worked for Turkey but that he was already under federal investigation because of it.

    Yet they made him NSA anyway. How come?

  24. There is something amusing about “The Comey Memo” in that it amounts to nothing more than a diary entry. Just because he wrote it down does not make it true. It really is not even admissible at this stage because, if you recall one of the many times that the Clintons and their surrogates were called to testify – Josh Steiner (I thnk that is his name) actually made the case that he lied to his diary to get himself or the Clintons off the hook. The Comey Memo is nothing more than a he said – he said.

  25. So here’s where we are my little droogies, and it all hinges on whether the “Comey Memo” exists or says what the press says it does:

    Trump was in a meeting with Pence, Comey, and Sessions when he told Sessions and Pence to leave the room and then asked the Director of the FBI to end an investigation into a guy who had gotten the Obama Administration to slow walk an attack on ISIS because he was paid by the Turks to do it.

    And that’s where we get into “What did the President know, and when did he know it?” territory.

  26. Bonecrusher says:
    MAY 18, 2017 AT 11:12 AM
    There is something amusing about “The Comey Memo” in that it amounts to nothing more than a diary entry. Just because he wrote it down does not make it true. It really is not even admissible at this stage because, if you recall one of the many times that the Clintons and their surrogates were called to testify – Josh Steiner (I thnk that is his name) actually made the case that he lied to his diary to get himself or the Clintons off the hook. The Comey Memo is nothing more than a he said – he said.

    You couldn’t be more wrong.

    Lawyers use these memos routinely and they hold up in court.

  27. If you can’t see how bringing Hillary into this is bad for Trump, then you’ve got a lot of cows flying around in your neighborhood.

    And I’m sure if your guy Cruz would’ve been elected and he had the exact same thing happening to him that’s going on with Trump, you never would’ve come here and possibly posted or said anything comparing and contrasting the absurdities of Hillary not being indicted vs what we have going on with Trump because it would’ve made Cruz look guilty.

    Yes, I’m absolutely sure of it.

  28. Here’s the thing about the Comey memo.

    Its not a note in pencil in a pocket sized spiral notebook.

    It is a memo, if it exists at all, dictated to his Administrative Assistant in the Office of the Director of the FBI, duly handled as an official record, and filed in such a manner that the time and place and contents can’t be called into question.

  29. phil says:
    MAY 18, 2017 AT 11:36 AM

    If you can’t see how bringing Hillary into this is bad for Trump, then you’ve got a lot of cows flying around in your neighborhood.

    And I’m sure if your guy Cruz would’ve been elected and he had the exact same thing happening to him that’s going on with Trump, you never would’ve come here and possibly posted or said anything comparing and contrasting the absurdities of Hillary not being indicted vs what we have going on with Trump because it would’ve made Cruz look guilty.

    Yes, I’m absolutely sure of it.

    Well, I’m sure that made you feel better. But it really has absolutely nothing to do with the trouble that Trump is in right now, and how badly the reactions to it are hurting him.

  30. Well, I’m sure that made you feel better. But it really has absolutely nothing to do with the trouble that Trump is in right now, and how badly the reactions to it are hurting him.

    Yes it did make me feel better because I know if it was Cruz in these same set of circumstances you would most likely be on this very blog defending him in a similar fashion.

  31. This is not about Trump, Hiliary, or Obama. It’s about the democratic process and the electoral college system established to elect our President. If the establishment in DC doesn’t like the President because it threatens their power or position in society, do they have the right to overturn an election? It’s that simple. There are many steps to be taken along the way. First, get Sessions out of the way. Second, get some politically sensitive deputy to relinquish his duty, power, and responsibility to an unaccountable third party so as to avoid political retribution and retain your position. Third, focus your attention on the newly appointed prosecutor and begin to beat him down (remember Ken Starr?), and keep the drumbeat alive as long as it takes. Each time they win a round, the Dems (and eReps) will continue to want more. The first mistake was for Sessions to concede to recuse himself. I will never forgive him for letting this ball get rolling.

    UPDATE: Here’s another observation along these same lines.
    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2017/05/trump-agonistes.php

  32. What do you think the chances are that Trump said something stupid to him that Flynn can trade for a deal like that?

    I think the chances are slim and none.

    Another one of those sources said stories.

    Trump told him to Stay Strong.
    The horror of it all.

  33. phil says:
    MAY 18, 2017 AT 11:53 AM

    Well, I’m sure that made you feel better. But it really has absolutely nothing to do with the trouble that Trump is in right now, and how badly the reactions to it are hurting him.

    Yes it did make me feel better because I know if it was Cruz in these same set of circumstances you would most likely be on this very blog defending him in a similar fashion.

    I’m reminded of what a guy told me once:

    And if cows could fly your windshield would be a lot harder to clean.

  34. UPDATE: Here’s another observation along these same lines.

    Good article.

    I especially like the last paragraph:

    Is there anyone who can tell the president he would be well advised publicly to welcome the appointment of Mueller, to pledge his cooperation and to reaffirm that he has nothing to hide? Is there anyone who seriously thinks that the president helps his own cause with his public complaints of unfairness and mistreatment? I may be mistaken, but I doubt that he does.

  35. Whatever Trump does or does not do is immaterial – they will use it against him either way.

    Keep your eye on the donut and not on the hole.

  36. I’m reminded of what a guy told me once:

    And if cows could fly your windshield would be a lot harder to clean.

    It’s hard to argue when you quote sheer, unadulterated genius.

  37. El Gordo says:
    MAY 18, 2017 AT 12:37 PM
    Whatever Trump does or does not do is immaterial – they will use it against him either way.

    Keep your eye on the donut and not on the hole.

    Keep telling yourself that.

    Its not going to stop the trainwreck, but it will make you feel better right up until the moment you hear the crash,

  38. Well Sarge, how do you intend to stop the trainwreck. I’m always open to suggestions. But I believe that the trainwreck is inevitable because it’s not really about Trump – it’s about TPTB overthrowing a duly elected President of the US who threatens their power. And I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t have a plan in mind to stop it.

  39. Interesting:

    A viable moral order for a modern secular society (as for a Christian community) must balance the claims of primary and secondary morality. Primary morality is now associated with conservatism, secondary morality with progressivism. Both kinds of claims are bound up with religion, or let’s say with faith — with visions of man and society for which there is no conclusive basis in reason.

    But here’s the difference: Conservative defenders of primary morality (traditional sexual norms and understandings of the family) are for the most part aware that their particular views need defending and balancing with the claims of secondary morality (openness, tolerance, fairness to those outside the group). On the other hand, progressive defenders of secondary norms of openness, of the equality (that is, equal invalidity) of all primary moralities, of limitless non-judgmentalism, universal “inclusiveness” and limitless “diversity,” seem to imagine that theirs is the only true morality.

    http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865679606/Religion-and-politics-101.html

    From my man Dan:http://www.patheos.com/blogs/danpeterson/2017/05/religion-politics-101.html

  40. Well, all I have to say is that I had lunch at the Seabrook Classic Cafe, Chicken fried Steak w Gravy, Smashed Taters, Broccoli w Cheese and Texas Toast, washed down with a big ole glass of iced tea…..I hurt myself,…..Think, I’ll go take a nap. 😉

  41. Phil #39;

    Trump told him to Stay Strong.

    To bad he did not tell him to “Fight the Good Fight” as would a certain Canadian rock band trio. 😉

  42. It’s interesting that all those great Triumph songs I love, Fight the Good Fight, Never Surrender, Never Say Never, etc. are everything the eReptiles have never been and will never be.

    When the Going gets Tough
    The eReptiles get Going
    And Crawl under the nearest Rock

  43. The spirit was freedom and justice
    And it’s keepers seem generous and kind
    It’s leaders were supposed to serve the country
    But now they won’t pay it no mind
    ‘Cause the people grew fat and got lazy
    And now their vote is a meaningless joke
    They babble about law and order
    But it’s all just an echo of what they’ve been told
    Yeah, there’s a monster on the loose
    It’s got our heads into a noose
    And it just sits there watchin’

    America Where Are You Now?

  44. Phil #52;

    There’s no hiding Triumph’s apathy for politicians as per their lyrics. 🙂

  45. I am not a proponent of legalized marijuana but yanno if there was ever a time we really needed a joint session in Congress this just might be it.

  46. I do not think Trump is guilty of anything, well except verbal indiscretions caused by cannon ball mouth and hummingbird butt disease.

    But as I listen to Trump today, damn he sounds just like Clinton

  47. Naw can’t claim the picture. I do have some on the same theme in my personal collection. I do not post them on the web because of theft…….. and use like I did with that one. LOL

  48. 62 Bro Squawk

    Yup. Put him together with canned Ham Rove and you have a balanced meal.

    Now as far as the Trump/Clinton comparison, I may have to part ways with you on that one.:-)

  49. Besides Trump is not a career politician, only been in office 120 days or so.

    Slick Billy was, is and always will be a career politician.

    I’m not surprised Trump’s had a few verbal humming bird butt mishaps

    Trump has few or no one on his side in DC, the media, the Never Trumpers, and Swamp Monsters are all out on a seek, destroy and devour mission to get him removed from office.

    The media and the demmies defended Slick Willy all they way.

    It was just about sex.
    It was just his personal life and has nothing to do with his job performance.
    And on it went.

  50. #62 – They may look the same, but don’t be fooled. Kevin’s not nearly as smart as the watermelon. Don’t forget the sterling job he put forth on the Obamacare overhaul for instance.

  51. I was just saying the tone and the order of denial and going back to work was the same. I do not think Trump is guilty of anything except cannon ball mouth disease and being Trump. His Momma shoulda changed his name to Box and then he and I would be related.

    DonaldBox yeah that’s the ticket. Dunno how cousin Cletusbox would handle that, but I am okay with it.

  52. Have been disconnected from email and the net for several hours while spouse went into Sugar Land to Comcast to swap the cranky and no longer dependable router we had for a new one. The biggest complaint was the ridiculous battle we had trying to access Netflix or Amazon to watch stuff. After about 3 or maybe 4 tries to connect and failure at various stages of that, we finally could get in. Grrr. The final straw was spouse being unable to get or send any email just after lunch.

    The new one is in and obviously working or I wouldn’t be here now. 🙂

  53. Speaking of Texpat:

    i disagree. I think the folks all over the United States do care with what is going on with Trump. The preoccupation with all things Trump we experienced during our last bar brawl here on the couch is pretty much out front and center. The sides are drawn and the discussion really is raging.

  54. I’ve been in a drunken stupor for about 5 days now and I never knew how much fun it could be.

  55. You know you’re in trouble when Dennis Kucinich is the only one talking sense.

    Former Rep. Dennis Kucinich, a Democrat, said the federal government is “under attack from within.”

    Kucinich believes the “deep state” within the bureaucracy is trying to “destroy Donald Trump’s presidency” and is a”threat to our republic.”

    The Democrat called the damaging leaks against President Trump a “clear and present danger,” terminology used when a president declares war on an entity rather than a country.

    “Our first allegiance is to our country,” he added. “Our country itself is under attack from within.”

  56. Made another trip to The Medical Center today for a checkup. The travel and traffic sure does eat up the day, but at least we got off the Loop headed home before 4 pm. We have a Mama Raccoon in our back yard tonight, saw her move 2 babies like they were kittens. Not clear where they were before and where they are now, but we saw her rush past our viewing windows with dangling babies in her teeth.

  57. 71 phil

    Your open wine tab with me is pretty much eternal. I’m not paying for bad beer or cheap liquor though. Vino is the rule.

    On the other hand, Squawk is up to his usual schemes.

    Speaking of Texpat:
    i disagree.

    Heh, he likes it that way and sometimes I do too. (>;

  58. #87 Mharper

    I saw a squirrel one day near the path where I was walking to get into the house. It looked really strange, so I looked harder..still couldn’t figure it out…looked again….

    …to find that her baby had wrapped itself around her head!

    I’d never seen a momma squirrel carry her baby, but I don’t see how she could navigate where her baby literally wrapped around her face, tail and all. She made it up the tree, lickety split, and disappeared from sight.

  59. 89

    Heh–No cheap wine drinker here.

    I gave up the MD20/20 years ago and switched to the real stuff.

    The vintage Cabs.

    Although, like I think I mentioned to Shannon once, MD20/20 can still come in handy if you’re out of mint flavored Listerine.

  60. 93 El G-man

    Post something positive about Trump and make sure you mention Hillary too.

    I’m sure that’ll be enough to get Sarge to debate you on it which in turn should easily get another 4 posts up.

  61. Just finished watching Men in Black 3. Hysterical and nuts like the previous two.

    Tommy Lee Jones is a tad long in the tooth now, and they managed a much younger version of him as K for part of it using a younger more or less look alike and his voice.

  62. 100

    Yes, you won Brother.

    And it’s already and has been on my mind.

    Looking forward to another brawl cause I got plenty of wine and the corks will be poppin’.

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