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#65 - That fourth one is actually pretty awesome 09/26/2014 on I compiled 4chan shirt... 0
#67 - Those thighs are definitely not anorexic. 09/26/2014 on taylor swift got a new shirt 0
#110 - that works for pretty much all berries. Like bananas+cream+brown sugar  [+] (1 new reply) 09/26/2014 on helping husban 0
User avatar #112 - hudis (09/26/2014) [-]
Yeah, but blueberries don't have those annoying external seeds (which actually makes them not berries, if I remember correctly) so it's all the better.
#192 - More the US reaction. Or is that taken from the Boondocks? 09/25/2014 on US's face when ISIS... 0
#121 - That really bothered me watching the Avengers animated show, w…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/25/2014 on Mind = Blown -2
#123 - angelious (09/25/2014) [-]
originally.

nowadays thor is more of an overpowered version of superman.


and speaking of that.it also annoys me when people think superman and hulk are equal..
#27 - I really did not expect this guy to be English. 09/25/2014 on Chef Excellence 0
#16 - ....This is not front page  [+] (1 new reply) 09/25/2014 on Give it up für der Führer 0
#17 - Silverboss (09/25/2014) [-]
Huh.. you're right. I've been browsing so long that I've left the front page...
#29 - The problem is that it doesn't work for **** . The… 09/25/2014 on Officers arrested for... 0
#7 - .... I don't get it....  [+] (2 new replies) 09/25/2014 on LOTR - Tell me where is... +3
User avatar #22 - guitarassassin (09/25/2014) [-]
Gandalf be hitting dat.
#20 - arantuft (09/25/2014) [-]
That guy (Celeborn) is Galadriel's husband.
#9 - Tons of geologist graduates are having huge trouble finding wo…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/25/2014 on Reality 0
#19 - kristovsky (09/25/2014) [-]
Unless you live in fucking Iceland, if you have ton's of geologists where you live then it's possible that the market is over saturated in your area
#21 - Any sauce for this **** ? I just want to see the s…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/25/2014 on US's face when ISIS... 0
#26 - grrphc (09/25/2014) [-]
Oh man.
OOHHHHHHH man.

The Boondocks.
It's on Netflix.
You're welcome.
User avatar #33 - sinonyx (09/25/2014) [-]
i'm pretty sure he means the threats on canada
User avatar #192 - hydraetis (09/25/2014) [-]
More the US reaction. Or is that taken from the Boondocks?
#17 - Aren't bayonets banned by NATO or the UN or something?  [+] (4 new replies) 09/25/2014 on You cheeky cunt 0
#43 - foxranger (09/25/2014) [-]
Serated Bayonets are against the Geneva convention. But if you thing people follow the rules youre crazy.
User avatar #29 - Anonymis (09/25/2014) [-]
Some are banned by the Geneva conventions for being inhumane.
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User avatar #21 - removekimchi (09/25/2014) [-]
no
#76 - It takes significantly more force to snap an arm when hitting …  [+] (2 new replies) 09/25/2014 on Badass 0
User avatar #79 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
Also why are you talking like it was the elbow joint that was broken? An arm was broken.

Arms have three bones. All of which can break at any point along the bone.

If the arm was perfectly straight and she hit the elbow, yeah that does some serious damage but that's not actually a broken arm that's a broken elbow.

The chance of it having been the radius or humerous is pretty damn low considering how thick those bones are (radius still possible if she swung hard enough), chance of a fracture in the ulna is pretty damn plausable from any impact.
User avatar #77 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
A slightly tilted bone is still straight. it's at an angle in the space it is in, but it's still straight. It's not like the rod is coming down at one angle perfectly straight.

There are plenty of angles you can hit it at.

Also your ulna is so thin that it's one of the most commonly broken bones in the body.

If she struck the leg, or was on the radial side of the arm, I'd be tempted to agree with you but the ulna can break from banging your arm against a table in a simple fall. Given you don't fall at 30 mph...
#70 - Yea but in a panic all the muscles in your body typically seiz…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/25/2014 on Badass 0
User avatar #73 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
Slightly bent doesn't make the bone any less straight. That also doesn't account for the fact that even bent there are a million angles she could have swung at, many of which just right to break a bone.

Have you never gotten a bone broken? Especially a lower arm bone, which are considered the weakest limb bones in the body? It really doesn't take much and posture doesn't always affect much.

Also, to clear up cos I think you're misunderstanding. By side, I don't mean just one side or the other of your bone, I mean the entire circumstance. By lengthwise I mean you could easily stand on your hands and not break a bone.

All she had to do was hit right. If the umbrella was bundled up, which it probably was, it wouldn't soften the blow at all. It'd actually help streamline it.

It's like if you put a soft comforter over a bat and then hit someone, they're still going to get a broken bone.

Bones do not take an overwhelming amount of force to break. They really don't. They're strong and resist impact, but just like safety glass it only really takes a fast enough object to break it. For example, a bird doesn't weigh much at all and is mostly feathers that "slow it down" but going at 30 MPH it can break (not impact, but break) a car window. The average person can throw a ball at that speed, if she was swinging the umbrella full force it would have easily broken the bone.

The other thing is that bones can be broken in a variety of different ways, from being shattered to snapped to fractured. I see no problem with her fracturing the bone like a windshield that got hit by a bird.
User avatar #76 - hydraetis (09/25/2014) [-]
It takes significantly more force to snap an arm when hitting at any angle other than on the elbow directly at full extent (bottom of the V) than you appear to think. Humans may be fairly fragile, but they can still be damned hard to wreck when in the right position.
User avatar #79 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
Also why are you talking like it was the elbow joint that was broken? An arm was broken.

Arms have three bones. All of which can break at any point along the bone.

If the arm was perfectly straight and she hit the elbow, yeah that does some serious damage but that's not actually a broken arm that's a broken elbow.

The chance of it having been the radius or humerous is pretty damn low considering how thick those bones are (radius still possible if she swung hard enough), chance of a fracture in the ulna is pretty damn plausable from any impact.
User avatar #77 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
A slightly tilted bone is still straight. it's at an angle in the space it is in, but it's still straight. It's not like the rod is coming down at one angle perfectly straight.

There are plenty of angles you can hit it at.

Also your ulna is so thin that it's one of the most commonly broken bones in the body.

If she struck the leg, or was on the radial side of the arm, I'd be tempted to agree with you but the ulna can break from banging your arm against a table in a simple fall. Given you don't fall at 30 mph...
User avatar #74 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
CIRCUMFERENCE* not circumstance

Damn spellcheck
#29 - I dunno, may have worked a little bit differently in the first…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/25/2014 on Some Days +1
User avatar #31 - caffeinecommissar (09/25/2014) [-]
Yeah or I'm confusing it with another version.

Either way, I don't think it is worth fighting over, so I'll keep your trick in mind next time I feel like playing Mario Kart.
#64 - Well then he must have been god damn retarded because the only…  [+] (8 new replies) 09/25/2014 on Badass 0
User avatar #69 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
It's like if a person gets hit by a car rather than attempting to move out of the way of any further incoming wheels they just end up being hit around like a ragdoll. Your brain doesn't process the incident of getting hit nearly quickly enough (a burn for example, your brain takes less than a fraction of a second to react) and the instinct is often to flinch rather than to escape the danger.

Man probably flinched and, hand forgotten still on the purse, shielded his face and skull from the blows with the other (as is natural- you can live without an arm, protect the brain at all costs)
User avatar #70 - hydraetis (09/25/2014) [-]
Yea but in a panic all the muscles in your body typically seize up at least a little bit, meaning that his outstretched arm would still be slightly bent. And without either proper leverage or an overwhelming amount of force, it would not be broken.

Also, the actual umbrella part would really soften the blow from the rod, both upon impact and through slowing down the swing. I still very highly doubt that it could do so.
User avatar #73 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
Slightly bent doesn't make the bone any less straight. That also doesn't account for the fact that even bent there are a million angles she could have swung at, many of which just right to break a bone.

Have you never gotten a bone broken? Especially a lower arm bone, which are considered the weakest limb bones in the body? It really doesn't take much and posture doesn't always affect much.

Also, to clear up cos I think you're misunderstanding. By side, I don't mean just one side or the other of your bone, I mean the entire circumstance. By lengthwise I mean you could easily stand on your hands and not break a bone.

All she had to do was hit right. If the umbrella was bundled up, which it probably was, it wouldn't soften the blow at all. It'd actually help streamline it.

It's like if you put a soft comforter over a bat and then hit someone, they're still going to get a broken bone.

Bones do not take an overwhelming amount of force to break. They really don't. They're strong and resist impact, but just like safety glass it only really takes a fast enough object to break it. For example, a bird doesn't weigh much at all and is mostly feathers that "slow it down" but going at 30 MPH it can break (not impact, but break) a car window. The average person can throw a ball at that speed, if she was swinging the umbrella full force it would have easily broken the bone.

The other thing is that bones can be broken in a variety of different ways, from being shattered to snapped to fractured. I see no problem with her fracturing the bone like a windshield that got hit by a bird.
User avatar #76 - hydraetis (09/25/2014) [-]
It takes significantly more force to snap an arm when hitting at any angle other than on the elbow directly at full extent (bottom of the V) than you appear to think. Humans may be fairly fragile, but they can still be damned hard to wreck when in the right position.
User avatar #79 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
Also why are you talking like it was the elbow joint that was broken? An arm was broken.

Arms have three bones. All of which can break at any point along the bone.

If the arm was perfectly straight and she hit the elbow, yeah that does some serious damage but that's not actually a broken arm that's a broken elbow.

The chance of it having been the radius or humerous is pretty damn low considering how thick those bones are (radius still possible if she swung hard enough), chance of a fracture in the ulna is pretty damn plausable from any impact.
User avatar #77 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
A slightly tilted bone is still straight. it's at an angle in the space it is in, but it's still straight. It's not like the rod is coming down at one angle perfectly straight.

There are plenty of angles you can hit it at.

Also your ulna is so thin that it's one of the most commonly broken bones in the body.

If she struck the leg, or was on the radial side of the arm, I'd be tempted to agree with you but the ulna can break from banging your arm against a table in a simple fall. Given you don't fall at 30 mph...
User avatar #74 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
CIRCUMFERENCE* not circumstance

Damn spellcheck
User avatar #66 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
Glass bottles shatter on impact. They're dense but nowhere near as strong as steel. Which the umbrella is made out of.

Also, consider that this happened very quickly, within 30 seconds. He either didn't have time to react, or when he moved his arm he provided the other end of the force necessary to speed the process of breaking his arm.

He probably was stunned that she screamed and started beating him, also.

A normal person who goes to steal a purse tries to steal it discreetly, the surprise at being caught is enough to momentarily stun a person. It has nothing to do with whether or not he's retarded or weak.
#59 - I still don't see any regular umbrella hitting with that much force.  [+] (10 new replies) 09/25/2014 on Badass 0
User avatar #63 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
An aluminum bat doesn't have to hit with that much force either

Heck a punch can break the hardest part of your skull if aimed correctly. All it takes is force in one direction and force in another.

Bones don't need an immense amount of force to break from the side. Lengthwise, bones are pretty damn strong, but you can break a bone just by twisting it the wrong way.

And given that she probably was having an adrenaline rush at the time and swinging at full power, it doesn't matter the object as long as it's relatively dense- she can break a bone. Umbrella rods are hollow yet made of an incredibly dense material.

Also. Being swung by a terrified woman rapidly several times? Definitely can break a bone. Don't assume she hit him just once with the umbrella, she's being mugged, of course she's going to scream and hit him multiple times, so even if the first strike or even the second strike wasn't enough to break the bone the third strike on an already impacted (and still recovering from the last blow) area of the bone can break it.

Heck you can shatter a skull with a glass bottle and skulls are probably the strongest bones in the body.
User avatar #64 - hydraetis (09/25/2014) [-]
Well then he must have been god damn retarded because the only way I see that happening is if he kept his arm nicely extended for her to bash rather than reacting like a normal person and bending his arm, which would stop her from being able to break it.

And glass bottles aren't exactly feeble, just saying.
User avatar #69 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
It's like if a person gets hit by a car rather than attempting to move out of the way of any further incoming wheels they just end up being hit around like a ragdoll. Your brain doesn't process the incident of getting hit nearly quickly enough (a burn for example, your brain takes less than a fraction of a second to react) and the instinct is often to flinch rather than to escape the danger.

Man probably flinched and, hand forgotten still on the purse, shielded his face and skull from the blows with the other (as is natural- you can live without an arm, protect the brain at all costs)
User avatar #70 - hydraetis (09/25/2014) [-]
Yea but in a panic all the muscles in your body typically seize up at least a little bit, meaning that his outstretched arm would still be slightly bent. And without either proper leverage or an overwhelming amount of force, it would not be broken.

Also, the actual umbrella part would really soften the blow from the rod, both upon impact and through slowing down the swing. I still very highly doubt that it could do so.
User avatar #73 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
Slightly bent doesn't make the bone any less straight. That also doesn't account for the fact that even bent there are a million angles she could have swung at, many of which just right to break a bone.

Have you never gotten a bone broken? Especially a lower arm bone, which are considered the weakest limb bones in the body? It really doesn't take much and posture doesn't always affect much.

Also, to clear up cos I think you're misunderstanding. By side, I don't mean just one side or the other of your bone, I mean the entire circumstance. By lengthwise I mean you could easily stand on your hands and not break a bone.

All she had to do was hit right. If the umbrella was bundled up, which it probably was, it wouldn't soften the blow at all. It'd actually help streamline it.

It's like if you put a soft comforter over a bat and then hit someone, they're still going to get a broken bone.

Bones do not take an overwhelming amount of force to break. They really don't. They're strong and resist impact, but just like safety glass it only really takes a fast enough object to break it. For example, a bird doesn't weigh much at all and is mostly feathers that "slow it down" but going at 30 MPH it can break (not impact, but break) a car window. The average person can throw a ball at that speed, if she was swinging the umbrella full force it would have easily broken the bone.

The other thing is that bones can be broken in a variety of different ways, from being shattered to snapped to fractured. I see no problem with her fracturing the bone like a windshield that got hit by a bird.
User avatar #76 - hydraetis (09/25/2014) [-]
It takes significantly more force to snap an arm when hitting at any angle other than on the elbow directly at full extent (bottom of the V) than you appear to think. Humans may be fairly fragile, but they can still be damned hard to wreck when in the right position.
User avatar #79 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
Also why are you talking like it was the elbow joint that was broken? An arm was broken.

Arms have three bones. All of which can break at any point along the bone.

If the arm was perfectly straight and she hit the elbow, yeah that does some serious damage but that's not actually a broken arm that's a broken elbow.

The chance of it having been the radius or humerous is pretty damn low considering how thick those bones are (radius still possible if she swung hard enough), chance of a fracture in the ulna is pretty damn plausable from any impact.
User avatar #77 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
A slightly tilted bone is still straight. it's at an angle in the space it is in, but it's still straight. It's not like the rod is coming down at one angle perfectly straight.

There are plenty of angles you can hit it at.

Also your ulna is so thin that it's one of the most commonly broken bones in the body.

If she struck the leg, or was on the radial side of the arm, I'd be tempted to agree with you but the ulna can break from banging your arm against a table in a simple fall. Given you don't fall at 30 mph...
User avatar #74 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
CIRCUMFERENCE* not circumstance

Damn spellcheck
User avatar #66 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
Glass bottles shatter on impact. They're dense but nowhere near as strong as steel. Which the umbrella is made out of.

Also, consider that this happened very quickly, within 30 seconds. He either didn't have time to react, or when he moved his arm he provided the other end of the force necessary to speed the process of breaking his arm.

He probably was stunned that she screamed and started beating him, also.

A normal person who goes to steal a purse tries to steal it discreetly, the surprise at being caught is enough to momentarily stun a person. It has nothing to do with whether or not he's retarded or weak.
#22 - That's because her hips have more than enough sexy to make up … 09/25/2014 on Best Of Enji Night Cosplay +3
#12 - I'm assuming they've got that **** set up in the … 09/25/2014 on 3spooky5me 0
#75 - Either I found the wrong 'Waldo' or this actually wasn't that … 09/25/2014 on Find Waldo Extreme 0
#20 - I enjoyed the DS version where you got to see what items every…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/25/2014 on Some Days +5
User avatar #30 - ragingbrony (09/25/2014) [-]
You could dodge them in the DS version with the powerslide boosts, So I would just do that.
User avatar #26 - caffeinecommissar (09/25/2014) [-]
But doesn't the blue shell target the person who is in the lead at the moment it is fired?
User avatar #29 - hydraetis (09/25/2014) [-]
I dunno, may have worked a little bit differently in the first DS version.

Also possible that I'm remembering incorrectly and I actually hit the brakes immediately upon seeing the icon pop up.
User avatar #31 - caffeinecommissar (09/25/2014) [-]
Yeah or I'm confusing it with another version.

Either way, I don't think it is worth fighting over, so I'll keep your trick in mind next time I feel like playing Mario Kart.
#40 - Yea but it's an umbrella. A bat is much more solid than an umb…  [+] (12 new replies) 09/25/2014 on Badass 0
User avatar #54 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
Not really if you consider the internal makeup of an aluminum bat and the steel rod that's used to hold up an umbrella.

An aluminum bat is also hollow yet it breaks bones.
User avatar #59 - hydraetis (09/25/2014) [-]
I still don't see any regular umbrella hitting with that much force.
User avatar #63 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
An aluminum bat doesn't have to hit with that much force either

Heck a punch can break the hardest part of your skull if aimed correctly. All it takes is force in one direction and force in another.

Bones don't need an immense amount of force to break from the side. Lengthwise, bones are pretty damn strong, but you can break a bone just by twisting it the wrong way.

And given that she probably was having an adrenaline rush at the time and swinging at full power, it doesn't matter the object as long as it's relatively dense- she can break a bone. Umbrella rods are hollow yet made of an incredibly dense material.

Also. Being swung by a terrified woman rapidly several times? Definitely can break a bone. Don't assume she hit him just once with the umbrella, she's being mugged, of course she's going to scream and hit him multiple times, so even if the first strike or even the second strike wasn't enough to break the bone the third strike on an already impacted (and still recovering from the last blow) area of the bone can break it.

Heck you can shatter a skull with a glass bottle and skulls are probably the strongest bones in the body.
User avatar #64 - hydraetis (09/25/2014) [-]
Well then he must have been god damn retarded because the only way I see that happening is if he kept his arm nicely extended for her to bash rather than reacting like a normal person and bending his arm, which would stop her from being able to break it.

And glass bottles aren't exactly feeble, just saying.
User avatar #69 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
It's like if a person gets hit by a car rather than attempting to move out of the way of any further incoming wheels they just end up being hit around like a ragdoll. Your brain doesn't process the incident of getting hit nearly quickly enough (a burn for example, your brain takes less than a fraction of a second to react) and the instinct is often to flinch rather than to escape the danger.

Man probably flinched and, hand forgotten still on the purse, shielded his face and skull from the blows with the other (as is natural- you can live without an arm, protect the brain at all costs)
User avatar #70 - hydraetis (09/25/2014) [-]
Yea but in a panic all the muscles in your body typically seize up at least a little bit, meaning that his outstretched arm would still be slightly bent. And without either proper leverage or an overwhelming amount of force, it would not be broken.

Also, the actual umbrella part would really soften the blow from the rod, both upon impact and through slowing down the swing. I still very highly doubt that it could do so.
User avatar #73 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
Slightly bent doesn't make the bone any less straight. That also doesn't account for the fact that even bent there are a million angles she could have swung at, many of which just right to break a bone.

Have you never gotten a bone broken? Especially a lower arm bone, which are considered the weakest limb bones in the body? It really doesn't take much and posture doesn't always affect much.

Also, to clear up cos I think you're misunderstanding. By side, I don't mean just one side or the other of your bone, I mean the entire circumstance. By lengthwise I mean you could easily stand on your hands and not break a bone.

All she had to do was hit right. If the umbrella was bundled up, which it probably was, it wouldn't soften the blow at all. It'd actually help streamline it.

It's like if you put a soft comforter over a bat and then hit someone, they're still going to get a broken bone.

Bones do not take an overwhelming amount of force to break. They really don't. They're strong and resist impact, but just like safety glass it only really takes a fast enough object to break it. For example, a bird doesn't weigh much at all and is mostly feathers that "slow it down" but going at 30 MPH it can break (not impact, but break) a car window. The average person can throw a ball at that speed, if she was swinging the umbrella full force it would have easily broken the bone.

The other thing is that bones can be broken in a variety of different ways, from being shattered to snapped to fractured. I see no problem with her fracturing the bone like a windshield that got hit by a bird.
User avatar #76 - hydraetis (09/25/2014) [-]
It takes significantly more force to snap an arm when hitting at any angle other than on the elbow directly at full extent (bottom of the V) than you appear to think. Humans may be fairly fragile, but they can still be damned hard to wreck when in the right position.
User avatar #79 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
Also why are you talking like it was the elbow joint that was broken? An arm was broken.

Arms have three bones. All of which can break at any point along the bone.

If the arm was perfectly straight and she hit the elbow, yeah that does some serious damage but that's not actually a broken arm that's a broken elbow.

The chance of it having been the radius or humerous is pretty damn low considering how thick those bones are (radius still possible if she swung hard enough), chance of a fracture in the ulna is pretty damn plausable from any impact.
User avatar #77 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
A slightly tilted bone is still straight. it's at an angle in the space it is in, but it's still straight. It's not like the rod is coming down at one angle perfectly straight.

There are plenty of angles you can hit it at.

Also your ulna is so thin that it's one of the most commonly broken bones in the body.

If she struck the leg, or was on the radial side of the arm, I'd be tempted to agree with you but the ulna can break from banging your arm against a table in a simple fall. Given you don't fall at 30 mph...
User avatar #74 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
CIRCUMFERENCE* not circumstance

Damn spellcheck
User avatar #66 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
Glass bottles shatter on impact. They're dense but nowhere near as strong as steel. Which the umbrella is made out of.

Also, consider that this happened very quickly, within 30 seconds. He either didn't have time to react, or when he moved his arm he provided the other end of the force necessary to speed the process of breaking his arm.

He probably was stunned that she screamed and started beating him, also.

A normal person who goes to steal a purse tries to steal it discreetly, the surprise at being caught is enough to momentarily stun a person. It has nothing to do with whether or not he's retarded or weak.
#218 - Western Canada is like 75% the same as America.  [+] (1 new reply) 09/25/2014 on ISIS threatened Canada 0
User avatar #223 - elcreepo (09/25/2014) [-]
Yep, but they're not loud about their culture, the leaders aren't typically ignorant swine, and they don't invade.

They're pretty much a nice country because of it.
#101 - F,C,B,A get my interest 09/24/2014 on Yay +1
#39 - Well, at least you admit that it's ****** up 09/24/2014 on Fetishes and such 0
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User avatar #11 - revengeforfreeze (03/30/2014) [-]
are you from denmark or norway?
User avatar #10 - lolollo (01/14/2014) [-]
So were you hoping to get in on the conversation where you just went through a thumbed down all my comments or are you just looking for a petty victory? I'm not having much luck with the other guy, and seeing as how it's obvious you disagree with what I said. I just wanted to pinpoint which part it was.
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Thanks for your help with that dude last night, he was probably the worst troll I've ever seen.
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