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changed username to BobS BobS: Hello Richard! rich-c: Aha! We got him out from behind teh mask! BobS: just us two yet eh? BobS: tryin to do twenty thigns all at oncest! rich-c: Yes, I came on at 9 and you're the only one so far BobS: things......too rich-c: So what else is new? Aren't you always? BobS: yes..... rich-c: what sort of weatehr are you planning to ship us tomorrow? rich-c: weather BobS: not bad actually, was kinda nice here today until about 3PM then clouds, mist and now still above freezing but misting a little rich-c: been that way moe or less here too - guess it will continue a while BobS: yup rich-c: just hoping it stays nice in Florida this weekend BobS: went down to Indiana to the antique auction today with Mandy and the new Ryan BobS: weather there was a little nicer even than here BobS: going to FL this weekend??? rich-c: not that Indiana is all of that far away from you rich-c: no, I plan to watch the Rolex 24 Hours from Daytona on Speedvision BobS: ah...... rich-c: I finally went and sprung for a satellite dish BobS: heard that a couple weeks back rich-c: yes, but now it's installed, up and running rich-c: even went and wasted my time watching the Super Boe Sunday BobS: BUT, the best part of watching the StupidBowl was the 3 touchdowns which BobS: happened in about 32 seconds,. that was the WHOLE gamne rich-c: yeah, three hours of boredom for 36 seconds of action!!! rich-c: trouble with teh NFL, the teams are too small and teh fields are too small BobS: darn teams are big enough! what are they compared to the size of the Canadian Football League teams? rich-c: one less player, and teh fields are much larger rich-c: the Canadian fields are larger, that is BobS: you have ARENA FOOTBALL up by you???? rich-c: not yet though I believe they are threatening us with it soon BobS: that is even smaller, they play on only a half field INDOORS BobS: theyplay off the net behind the goal, and the side posts, etc rich-c: we have NBA basketball, NHL hockey, lacrosse, ML baseball rich-c: well, even with an extra down they still can't make ten yards BobS: so you are NOT at a lose fer sports rich-c: no, though I'm mostly oriented to motor racing and Canadian football rich-c: fair warning, if it's on the Adamcon weekend, I might play hooky from the convention to take in the Cleveland CART race BobS: AC weekend is July 12-15 I heard rich-c: yes, Rich moved it up a week, I believe the hotel deal was better BobS: that's ok with me' rich-c: No problem fr me either - hmmm, wonder if the 24th is the race weekend? rich-c: sorry, 22nd; I just feel I need nine day weeks sometimes BobS: don't know
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changed username to Pamela Pamela: Good evening, all rich-c: Herman's ideas of an acceptable diet tend to be a little less critical than the rest of ours rich-c: Hi, daughter! BobS: hi Pam! Pamela: I gather the subject under discussion is the food at the convention rich-c: Pam, did you get my forward on Adamcon? Pamela: Yep. rich-c: Yes, that's what we wre getting into Pamela: So what's on the menu? rich-c: Herman sems to live on pizza and diet Coke Pamela: So where's the problem : )? rich-c: we don't know which is why I'm worried about cost-cutting BobS: naw Herman only drinks straight Coke doesn't hew???? Pamela: There's nothing that says you have to eat at the hotel, you know rich-c: far as I'm concerned they always feed us way too much for breakfast and lunch rich-c: yes, but every one else will be eating there cause it's included in the convention fee Pamela: True. Is there provision for a special diet if you ask? rich-c: it's never been asked about in the past Pamela: Start a trend rich-c: but when hotels are into prix-fixe menus and mass feeding they aren't too flexible BobS: like wqhat kind of a diet.....milk and cookies at 3PM??? Pamela: Most hotels will accomodate the special needs if they have enough notice. like airlines. LOL, Bob. rich-c: for me, breakfast is a glass of orange juice, two slices of toast, and two mugs of coffee Pamela: What hotel are we talking about? BobS: NO WAY!!! got to have some eggs and some "crispy" bacon for the big man!!!! rich-c: and that's more than enough to get me through to a i PM lunch BobS: haven't the faintest idea Pamela: Um, Bob, that's how you got to be a big man in the first place. This is the voice of experience, here rich-c: you know as much as the rest of us right now, Pam Pamela: Is the breakfast usually a buffet, or set menu? rich-c: What about lunch? I have a sandwich, apple, orange and a few figs BobS: can be either or the other, depends on the hotel and the meal plan selected rich-c: It has varied from year to year on all meals
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changed username to Steve rich-c: Hello there steve Pamela: Dad, you always have a choice - just choose a lighter meal. Even if you don't have a choice, it's only four days. Pamela: Hi, Steve - welcome back! rich-c: Sometimes there isn't that much choice Pamela: Then leave some food on your plate. rich-c: ME???? Pamela: I know, horrid thought. Try it some time! rich-c: Sorry, my means of control is to have a smaller plate to start with Pamela: Then you have a problem. Steve: Hello, I wonder if you can help me out. I recently got an Adam disk drive. It came with Filemanager 2.0 and Copycart 1.0. Where can I get instructions for this software? rich-c: generally I find Adamcons are worth about a pound a day rich-c: If you have a legal copy of File Manager, there's a readme onm it rich-c: Same is true of CopyCart - it;s part of a utilities set Steve: Thanks a bunch for the tips. I'll check. Bye.
Steve left chat session Pamela: Bob, what do you think of all this fuss? Well, he was in a hurry! rich-c: That was ratehr quick - I sort of feel used Pamela: Yeah, I thought this was the "chat" room, not the 30 seconds or less room rich-c: don't mind a quick question, but it's better with a little grace BobS: got to see if the stuff is on his disk! rich-c: bet they're pirated copies Pamela: yeah, i thought of that too. He may be back. BobS: we are around not for the lingers' only, but for the quickie's as well rich-c: don't know how to offer File Manager any more - can't find Tony to send him his royalties Pamela: Sell it and keep a record, Dad. If you ever find him, you can pay him then. rich-c: I'm quite willing to help, even just for a fast question. rich-c: I just feel better when they at least say goodbye a bit more gentley Pamela: From what he actually said, I think he was going to check - he may be back rich-c: That's pretty much what I've been doing since we lost track of him Pamela: Is he going to get rich? rich-c: Well, if he invests it and waits a millenium or so for the interest to build up... Pamela: You disappoint me, Dad I expected to get a 'ROTFL" out of you. rich-c: ;-) Pamela: brb, the cat's into something he shouldnt be in the kitchen - 2 minutes rich-c: ah yes - wonder which cat rich-c: or I guess it has to be the ginger cat - the black one only stands up to eat BobS: didn't Ron Mitchell have contact with Tony or at leats Guy not too long ago rich-c: we know where to find Guy, he hasn't moved, but Ron couldn't track Tony at all rich-c: even when he was in Edmonton over the holidays no clues could be found Pamela: I'm back - of course, it's Willow, did you expect anything else from my people food addict? BobS: that is wierd rich-c: Was he on teh table or the counter? Pamela: Kitchen counter, licking at a basically clean bowl rich-c: figgers Pamela: Yep Pamela: to quote bob Pamela: Or isthat Yup? BobS: yup WIOERD cat...... ;-)
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changed username to james rich-c: gotta get a translation into Official Michigander james: good morning :) Pamela: No, just spoiled. Ah, who do we hav here? Hi, James! rich-c: hey, good morning, been hoping you'd get here rich-c: have you fixed that web page on teh upgrades yet? Pamela: how's tomorrow going so far? james: except for the links to the drivers and patches, which i can't see any of you guys needing, yes :D james: things here are good. busy as usual. james: hey bob - got your package 4 days ago. that was fast! rich-c: was kind of miffed when it came without scroll bars and slopped off my screen BobS: ok...........NOW, this is kind of off the subject at hand., BUT Pamela: I really need a bigger monitor Pamela: same problem, sometimes BobS: on the boot tape for the HD there is a copy of ADAMCALC patched to work WITH the harddrive. rich-c: right rich-c: or is it just the boot block of Adamcalc? BobS: cvopy that to the partition you are using for ADAMCALC and then the boot CALC file should boot it up OKS james: okay :) they're still doing construction on the upstairs of my school (almost done) so stuff is still in the box! BobS: all boot blocks are already ON the HD rich-c: sorry - you're right BobS: wel den RITE dat down!!!!
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changed username to Ron Pamela: G'day, Ron! james: the upstairs :) i'm having it finished into an office. rich-c: Aha, the mighty Mitchell james: hey ron. long time no see. Ron: I am here rich-c: bet he can answer your question, Bob Ron: question? BobS: a variation of Where's ELMO..... BobS: where'd tony Morehan?????? Ron: I only have a partial answer Ron: In Edmonton, over Christmas, I got as far as looking up his name and address in the phone book Ron: It was still the one I had on my own address list Ron: However... Ron: Never got to phoning him due to other stuff goin' down BobS: so he has "effectively" disappeared from our records,. eh? Pamela: We need the services of a private detective. rich-c: well, he's either there or he ain't Ron: Well..... last I tried the phone number listed (from here about a year ago) rich-c: guess someone will have to phone and see if there's an answer Ron: they said it was out of service. But as of Dec 27 2000, it was still listed in the book Ron: Ok... write this (note the spelling of the last name) rich-c: how old was teh book? Ron: Anthony J. Morehen
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changed username to Guy B. BobS: or then maybe not Ron: and they're talking back BobS: POOF and he was gone Pamela: Hey, Guy, are you late or the late? Guy B.: Greetings All!!!! Ron: Hi Guy Guy B.: I will be now that I have started overtime this week. Pamela: What - late, or the late - bearing in mind that Dad called you the late unintentionally rich-c: you think so? Pamela: Nasty, Dad rich-c: us old folks is allowed our graveyard humpur Guy B.: He always has Pam. Especially now, when I start overtime. james: i can't stay on long today, i've got a tonne of things to do and my accountant is coming to do my taxes. Pamela: especially if you spell it right james: the fun never stops. Pamela: When does your tax year end, James? BobS: OUCH!!!! Guy B.: Got to pay income taxes in Japan James? rich-c: yes -teh certainties of life - negative medical outcomes and government revenues enhancement james: i'm not sure actually but my taxes are due march 15. it's going to be painful because i haven't been paying them as i go along. Pamela: Negative medical outcomes????? Ron: or put another way... Ron: death and taxes
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changed username to Pamela Guy B.: This country wants to repeal the estate tax. Guy B.: Bob, are you having trouble with Corecomm tonight? nttsucks: was that ntt or did the chat server barf? Ron: This computer is like its owner. Pamela: I'm back - is anyone else here? nttsucks: big? rich c: it must have been the server - I got dumped too Ron: Likes to nap in between sentences. Thought I had been bounced Guy B.: Must be a heavy night tonight. Ron: not just me
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changed username to BobS nttsucks: anyways, i do have to go. i have a feeling the next three hours will go by too fast. Pamela: James, you're twins again Ron: so now we have both James and his alter ego? rich c: ah, Bob's back too Ron: don't touch eachother, one of you will disappear Pamela: or his evil twin BobS: don't know what happened, but BAM I was off Guy B.: Bob, are you having trouble with Corecomm tonight? nttsucks: on the topic of ntt though, as of may 1st, i'll have 2 alternatives to ntt for making regular phone calls. can you say "consumer backlash"? Ron: It's that old matter/anti-matter thing BobS: not until now Pamela: ah, the mirror universe rich c: well I do like to say it when it's deserved Ron: exactly Guy B.: It was sprodic. But, now the speed is back. Must have been the chat server. Ron: Somewhere in an alternate universe there is a place where NTT provides excellent service at reasonable cost Pamela: Likely that's where James Kirk is residing nttsucks: well since i'm stuck in *this* universe, they can go to hell. rich c: but it's one of teh more distant ones from ours Guy B.: Now I've completed my vacation requests thanks to Dr. D for those convention dates. Ron: and where Rich Clee made so much money off ADAM sales that he was able to keep Rich Drushel on retainer to do ADAM software rich c: hey, how about that? Pamela: Long long ago in a galaxy far far away - oops, wrong plot nttsucks: will see you all next week! bye for now! Ron: alas rich c: see you james - hope you can stay longer next time Pamela: G'nite James! Send me an e-mail Ron: we don't know where that is nttsucks: me too! e-mail coming your way pam! Ron: G'nite James Pamela: Thanks Guy B.: Not Star Wars, Pam. nttsucks: *poof*
nttsucks left chat session BobS: nite jam,es Pamela: Another one bites the dust Ron: I've got to go in about 1/2 hour to help a buddy with a computer install rich c: anyway you had a question about hard discs, Bob Ron: must remember to take push pins BobS: that's it ......use pushpins! Ron: :) Ron: it's one of these 30 minuted jobs that'll prolly take the rest of the night Pamela: What's he installing, Ron? the whole shebang? Ron: actually, the buddy is a she BobS: AHA!!!!! Ron: and I haven't the faintest idea Pamela: Picky, picky Guy B.: Pam, ever have one of those days when your frustrated with everything and you pick someone to take your frustrations to? Ron: she bought system used. Don't even know what it is Pamela: Yes. Why? Pamela: It's usually my hubby, poor guy. rich c: Hope she's at least on Win95 - older drivers are hard t find these days BobS: BUMMER,. used junk eh? Guy B.: My girlfriend picked me for her frustrations today. Tonight, she called me up to apologize and I'm letting her borrow a movie from my collection. Ron: taking a veritable Dr. bag of stuff I might need Pamela: I'm glad she apologized. At least she realizes she was barking up the wrong tree. BobS: how's the relationship coming along Guy???? sounds like not a bad situation yet,........ rich c: Frances is busy upgrading her Amiga OS to 3.9 right nw Ron: relationships. Nothing but trubl Ron: Hi Frances..... Pamela: Tell Mom Hi Guy B.: Well, it's going fine. Only when she gets angry with something, she picks on me to take her frustrations out. I just let her cool off and now were Ok. Ron: One of these days I must find an Amiga rich c: They aren't that hard to come by Pamela: Guy, keep listening to her. At long as she doesn't get personal, she's just blowing off steam. If she does get personal, let her know she hurt you but don't blow up if you can avoid it. rich c: Problem is, they cost a mint to upgrade BobS: COOL, Frances as well as Richard are comuter "guru's" ?????? Guy B.: I'm finally getting rid of the 386. I'm giving it to a friend after I take out the 5 1/4 drive and replace it with a double speed CD-Rom drive. rich c: That'll be the day Ron: Can't be any worse than $70 bucks for an Atari mouse on eBay Pamela: Mom on the Amiga and Dad on the DOS box Pamela: $70.00??? Highway robbery. Ron: Hey, I like that BobS: cute couple right Pam??? Ron: Shave and a haircut.... Ron: Dad on the DOS Box Ron: has a lilt to it rich c: There's an adapter to let you use a DOS mouse on the Amiga - Frances just bought it Pamela: Very cute. Two bits is all they need rich c: Ron, Robt Mallon just put me on to a promising techie website Ron: oh? Pamela: You all notice Dad's ignoring us rich c: it's called "arstechnica.com BobS: are Amiga mice that hard to find???? Ron: shudder to think about what that's all about Pamela: Dad, did Robert ever come up with a contact at Chrysler for Kimberly? rich c: they aren't easy, and the original Amiga mouse is not one of the better specimens BobS: ah so...... rich c: I don't know - he's eitehr leaving or left Chrysler - better offer elsewhere rich c: somewhere down in North Carolina I think Pamela: Figures. We should have known better Ron: Is this someone I know? rich c: Yes, though he sent me some amusing jpegs this week - I'll forward to you and Ron Pamela: Who? Robert or Kimberly? Ron: Robert rich c: You had a casual acquaintance with Robert in Ottawa - very casual Pamela: Ah, old student of Dad's from his working days - very strange dude Ron: ummmm..... wait a minute now...... senior's moment..... rich c: think CP/M group Pamela: Tall guy, not much hair, moon face Pamela: glasses like coke bottle bottoms Guy B.: There's still a CP/M group around? Ron: Oh HIM! Ron: right....got him rich c: yes -kinda weird rich c: still, we kept him around to graduation Ron: as I recall, yes Pamela: He graduated? rich c: yes Pamela: Oh. Pamela: Nice enough guy but very strange Ron: Actually, Guy, yes. Still with some of the original names rich c: he may even have gone on to get a university degree somewhere later Pamela: I never said he wasn't smart, just anti social most of the time rich c: ron, did you get me email about newsgroups? Ron: yes rich c: I would appreciate your advice Ron: (senior's moment) Ron: I'll have to reread it it's over on the iMac Ron: brb Pamela: Dad, did you read the article I was talking to Mom about the other nite? rich c: yes, at last I've found something Outlook Express can do usefully - maybe rich c: yes, I did - she told me about it later Pamela: What did you think? rich c: did you happen to see the Star today? Pamela: No - is there a bunch of rebuttals in the letters? rich c: It's a bit too complex to discuss here Pamela: If there's anything, please save it - I would like to see it rich c: no, but there's a letter from one of your cousins Pamela: Oh, which one? rich c: Liz McG Pamela: Re what? That article? rich c: she doesn't like the new buildings proposed for Eglinton and Yonge rich c: neither does your mother Guy B.: Well, I'll be trying out VBscript with one of the Adam Emulator utilities shortly. I got the help file up. Pamela: What new buildings - never mind, I'll talk to you about it on the phone Pamela: Whazzat, Guy? Ron: Rich..... just read your message....sorry, I thought it was for the ADAM list rich c: Guy, do we have teh URL for your website yet? Ron: Unfortunately, you're asking the wrong dude. Guy B.: VBscript is like the batch language for DOS, but it's similar to Visual Basic. Ron: I'm the worlds most passive opponent of news groups. Ron: I don't read any Ron: Gives me frequent feelings of guilt Guy B.: I hope to do the transfers this Sunday. I'll let you all know when it's up and running. Pamela: Okay, that was clear as mud. I shall have to brush up. rich c: thought I'd like to look around - see if there's any Amiga stuff for sale? Ron: You might want to ask David Cobley. He used to be an avid reader of several rich c: I've heard if you post you're dead meat for teh spambots Ron: That would not surprise me rich c: maybe I should look into setting up a Hotmail account Ron: I'm sure thankful to have Zone Alarm I tell ya rich c: exscept that teh free email sites want too much personal information Ron: yeah, use an address that you care little about rich c: you miss the spambots and get tons of juunk mail instead Pamela: Use the TCI address, Dad Ron: These days I read my e-mail with finger poised over the <delete> key rich c: I'd probably find a lynch mob at teh door! Pamela: Just to get the account - they would never know the difference rich c: I should but I don't - keep it around far too liong
(A dog howls in the distance) Pamela: Since I still have messages from '97 at work, I can't talk rich c: I must have a meg or more of old emails kicking about Ron: I could have sex in Russia, become a millionaire, buy a great home based business, learn about trips, complete surveys, get cool pics of chicks (and guys) Ron: and earn money in my spare time Pamela: Why would you want to have sex in Russia? rich c: got your number, did they? Pamela: Why would anyone? Ron: Well, it was offered Ron: All I had to do was go there Pamela: I knew there was a catch Ron: :) rich c: It was all a front for Aeroflot Ron: yeah right! Ron: But then the same thing happens when the snail mail comes each day Pamela: Inwented by a russian, no doubt rich c: anyway Ron, do make a note of the arstechnica.com site - you might use it tonight Ron: okay! rich c: With snail mail, I just mark it "moved" and put it back in teh box Pamela: Must confuse the hell out of the postie rich c: Why? He never sees it again - it goes back to the sender Ron: Actually, I have a neat way to handle Ron: my late father (God rest his soul) and I both have the same first name Ron: So on suspect stuff I put 'deceased' Ron: Can almost hear Dad laughing Pamela: My problem isn't junk mail, it's idiot telephone sales people rich c: just almost? Ron: well...some nights Ron: Oh... telephone calls....tell me about it rich c: I'm on a do not call list for all the biggies Ron: Those people know exactly when I sit down to supper rich c: for the little ones I just let the answering machine deal with them rich c: they only phone between 6 and 7.30 so we never answer then Ron: I have been know to be VERY impolite Pamela: I had someone last week who obviously had an automatic dialler - he missed the fact that the machine had picked up ten times in a row and spent two minutes on each call going "hello, hello?" rich c: notice that's a dead period on my A.D.A.M. Services literature Ron: Anyway all..... I must go destroy yet another computer Ron: be good everyone Guy B.: Bye Ron. rich c: Here you can tell a caller never to call again and make it stick - it's a federal law Ron: later Pamela: Did it three days in a row - on the third day, he called three times in a row and I got the tail end of the call - I yelled not to call back Pamela: G'nite Ron - have a good one
Ron left chat session rich c: OK Ron, catch you next week Pamela: What I want to know is, how do I get calls from phone numbers that are not in service? rich c: That I think I'd be inclined to call to Ma Bell's attention rich c: tell them it looks like they've got theft of service rich c: that will get their wind up in a hurry Pamela: I just may do that - but this particular goof hasn't called back since I yelled at him Pamela: and I erased the numbers rich c: how did you trace back to him - *65? Pamela: No, I have call display on the back phone rich c: sure you copied it down right? Pamela: And that's star 69 Guy B.: Well gang, guess I'll be going. I will be late probably next week. See you all then. rich c: I wouldn't know, I never use it Pamela: I dialled it from the number on the screen, and the phone has a dial from screen feature rich c: See you Guy, early as you can make it Pamela: Don't work too hard Guy, and take your lady with a grain of salt - she'll be okay BobS: see ya Guy Guy B.: I will Pam, thanks. rich c: Nite Guy
Guy B. left chat session Pamela: ; ) Pamela: I should have gone into counselling - I'd have made my fortune by now rich c: well, first we'll have to see how Guy survives the advice rich c: I worry he might be trying to push the relationship a little too fast Pamela: Excuse me, most people appreciate my suggestions Pamela: Yeah, that's a worry too. rich c: anyway, Pam, if your pest calls again, get the number Pamela: Oh, I will, don't worry - I've had it up to here rich c: then see if you can get onto Bell security - say you want to talk about theft of service BobS: and tie up his phone line!!!! Pamela: Bob, do you have laws about phone solicitation? Pamela: Good suggestion rich c: I suspect that will get you some very quick results indeed - maybe the kind you read about in the papers BobS: supposed too, but I think they are openly flaunted rich c: here, they are allowed one call, then when you tell them no more they have to quit BobS: if you let one "idiot" answer for you to talk to another "idiot", they usually get the hint Pamela: I heard about someone who was getting spam faxes - he made a loop of paper and faxed it back - endlessly for about 8 hours rich c: if they bug you again, you complain to the phone company rich c: if they don't cure it, you complain about the phone company to the gummint BobS: now THAT is a great idea....the fax deal Pamela: I loved it. I thought it was absolute justice rich c: why only eight hours? Machine overheat? Pamela: The phone co is pretty good at dealing with complaints - I have not had any problems so far with them Pamela: That was as long as he wanted to tie up his own rich c: oh, he could have left it running all night Pamela: yeah, but eventually you run out of memory Pamela: then it's no fun rich c: damn. there's always a catch Pamela: Maybe I should try one of these numbers and just walk away from the phone for awhile. rich c: no, they can just hangf up and break teh connection Pamela: That doesn't always work with the phones that are on a multiline system rich c: I suppose you could get one of these "never disconnect" modem programs BobS: hey Clee's, getting wierd stuff here. am gonna leave ya'll......... see ya next week!!!! rich c: and then let the computer keep dialling all day
BobS left chat session Pamela: This is a favourit topic, Bob - sorry about that rich c: OK, Bob, see you next week it is - best to the family Pamela: Well, it looks like it's bedtime since we're the only ones left. Any plans this weekend? rich c: Nope, Daytona 24 Hours is on - that'll keep me out of mischief rich c: don't plan to watch it all or even a major part, but do want to get the flavour Pamela: Will call then when I have a moment and we can hash over newspaper articles. sound good? rich c: OK with me. We'll talk whe you're ready Pamela: Okay, I'm going to bed. Tell Mom goodnite for me. Hugs and kisses. rich c: night for now. colour me gone Pamela: bye! rich c: bye
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