Saturday, February 29, 2020

New calendar does not need leap years!

Question charts that simplify reality.
A leap year (also known as an intercalary year or bissextile year) is a calendar year that is forced to exist by the make believe time of the Gregorian calendar that stole our Earth's perfect timekeeper's place, the Moon.

There are 13 moonths every year because a day is 24 hours, a week is 7 days, and a moonth -- which contains one full moon and each of the other lunar phases -- is 4 weeks long: 4x7=28, and 28x13=364. The additional day, New Year's Day, is zero. All counting begins at zero (0-9) not 1 (1-10). Why? See video below.

The Catholic/Christian Church ruined intuitive timekeeping, when everyone knew the seasons, knew the time of moonth by the universally-visible phase in the sky, but then 13 was demonized and made an object of fear.

Leap day, leap year, leap nonsense. Here's math genius Scott Flansburg's alternative giving us a SUPERIOR CALENDAR that works for everyone all the time.

The Human Calculator Calendar has 365 days, divided into 13 months of 28 days (13 x 28 = 364). The extra day is the ZERO DAY, the rest day of the year. There are 13 months, numbered 0-12. Every month has four weeks. Every month starts on a Wednesday and ends on a Tuesday. This way every date falls on the same day of the week every month. It's intuitive and easy. Questions, comments, suggestions? Visit
- Scott Flansburg
The Guinness Book of World Records' "Human Calculator"
The Mayan Calendar is very advanced and moving. This is the simpler Aztec Calendar.
Lunar time? (
The term leap year probably comes from the fact that a fixed date in the Gregorian calendar normally advances one day of the week from one year to the next, but the day of the week in the 12 months following the leap day (from March 1 through February 28 of the following year) will advance two days due to the extra day, thus leaping over one day in the week.

For example, Christmas Day (December 25) fell on a Tuesday in 2012, Wednesday in 2013, Thursday in 2014, and Friday in 2015, but then leapt over Saturday to fall on a Sunday in 2016.

The length of a day is also occasionally corrected by inserting a leap second into Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) because of variations in Earth's rotation period. Unlike leap days, leap seconds are not introduced on a regular schedule because variations in the length of the day are not entirely predictable. 

Leap years can present a problem in computing, known as the leap year bug, when a year is not correctly identified as a leap year or when February 29 is not handled correctly in logic that accepts or manipulates dates. More

Ajahn Chah: practice is most important thing

Ajahn Chah (, Ven. Sujato, Ellie Askew, Dhr. Seven (ed.), Wisdom Quarterly

Why is there aversion/attraction?
The practice is thus the most important thing. In my [Ajahn Chah] own practice, I didn't spend all my time studying theoretical descriptions of mind (cittas) and mental factors (cetasikas).

Instead, I watched "that which knows." When the mind had thoughts of aversion I asked, "Why is there aversion?" When there was attraction I asked, "Why is there attraction?" This is the way to practice.

I didn't know all the finer points of theory (the Dhamma) or go into a detailed analytical breakdown of the mind and mental factors (Abhi-Dhamma). I just kept prodding at that one point in the mind until I was able to settle the whole issue of aversion and attraction and make it completely vanish.

Whatever happened, if I could bring my mind/heart to the point where it stopped liking and disliking, it had gone, gone beyond suffering. It had reached the point where it could remain at ease, whatever it was experiencing. There was no craving or had stopped.

Ajahn Chah became an enlightened one.
This is what we're aiming for in practice. If other people want to talk a lot about theory, that's their business. In the end, however much we talk about it, the practice has to come back to this point.

Even if you don't talk much about it, the practice still comes back to this point. Whether we proliferate a lot or a little, it all comes back to this. If there is rebirth, it comes from this. If there is extinction [of all ignorance], this is where the extinction occurs.

However much the mind proliferates, it doesn't make any difference. The Buddha called this place "that which knows." It has the function of knowing according to the truth of the way things are. Once we have really discerned the truth, we automatically know the way the mind and mental factors are.

Friday, February 28, 2020

Lent special: Jesus, Mary, Joseph (Family Guy)

Seth MacFarlane (Family Guy, FOX TV); Pfc. Sandoval, Seth Auberon, Wisdom Quarterly
WARNING: Blasphemous sexual references, jokes about the most important (though possibly make believe) religious figure in Western history! See Reza Aslan's Zealot to separate fact from fiction.

Look at that beard on Peter!
"Jesus, Mary and Joseph!" is a shocking special episode of Family Guy that could be considered blasphemous. It's offensive and, yes, funny -- but it may go too far with sexual references and observations about timekeeping and customs peculiar to an ancient rural backwater land in an insignificant part of the mighty Roman Empire. More

Stock market crash: coronavirus bioweapon

Four Corners News; Green Star Trading; Pfc. Sandoval, Seth Auberon, Wisdom Quarterly

The Edge of Wonder shows conclusive evidence for Covid 19 (coronavirus of Wuhan) being a biological agent weaponized to cross species, so much so that the Chinese scientist from Wuhan who accomplished the amazing feat got published in an English language medical journal for his accomplishment. The transmission did not happen in nature. More information to come. But now, what are Chinese authorities doing to contain this very dangerous weapon that probably was not yet meant to be deployed? Four Corners News takes an up close look.

(Green Star Trading) Is this a stock market crash or correction?

Thursday, February 27, 2020

Sex? The Spectrum of Love (Alan Watts)

Alan Watts; Acharya Buddharakkhita; Ashley Wells, Amber Larson (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

The Buddha's Philosophy of Love (Metta)
Acharya Buddharakkhita (,, Amber Larson (ed.), Wisdom Quarterly
The Pali word metta (Sanskrit maitri) is a multi-significant term meaning loving-kindness, friendliness, goodwill, benevolence, fellowship, amity, concord, inoffensiveness, harmlessness, and non-violence.

The commentators define metta as the strong wish for the welfare and happiness of others (parahita-parasukha-kamana). Essentially, metta is an altruistic, boundless, universal attitude of love and friendliness as distinguished from mere amiability based on self-interest.

Through metta one refuses to be offensive and lets go of and renounces bitterness, resentment, and animosity of every kind, developing instead a mind/heart of friendliness, accommodation, and benevolence that seeks the well-being and happiness of others.

O, Goddess of Mother Nature Bhumi Devi and Kwan Yin, grant me love and wisdom.
Real metta is easy because it is devoid of self-interest. Self-interest makes it difficult. Metta evokes within a warm-hearted feeling of fellowship, sympathy, and love, which grows boundless with practice and overcomes all social, religious, racial, political, and economic barriers.

Metta is indeed a universal, unselfish and all-embracing love. It makes one a pure font of well-being and safety for others. Just as a mother gives her own life to protect her only son, so metta only gives and never demands anything in return.

To promote one's own interest is a primordial motivation of our habitual human nature. When this urge is transformed into the motivation or desire to promote the interest and happiness of others, not only is the basic urge of self-seeking overcome, but the mind becomes universal by identifying its own enlightened interest with the interest of all.

By making this change one also promotes one's own well-being in the best possible manner. Metta is the protective and immensely patient attitude of a mother who forbears all difficulties for the sake of her child and ever protects it despite its misbehavior. Metta is also the attitude of a friend who wants to give one the best to further one's well-being.

If these qualities of metta are sufficiently (as by attaining meditative absorption called jhana through this practice) cultivated through metta-bhavana — the meditation on boundless love — the result is the acquisition of a tremendous inner power tat preserves, protects, and heals both oneself and others....

The following aims at exploring various facets of metta in theory and practice. The examination of the doctrinal and ethical side of metta proceeds through a study of the popular Karaniya Metta Sutra, the Buddha's "Discourse on Universal Love."

In connection with this theme it also looks at several short texts dealing with metta. The explanation of meditation on boundless love gives practical directions for developing this contemplation as preserved in the main meditation texts of the Theravada Buddhist tradition, The Path of Purification, The Path of Freedom, and The Path of Discriminating Wisdom. More

Suppressed Histories: female heritages (2/29)

Max Dashu; Mitch Jeserich (Letters & Politics, 2/27/20); Dhr. Seven (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
Max [Dashu] knows where the wild things are: suppressed histories of women.

Suppressed Histories Archives: 50 years for women's heritages
Cupie and Barbie dolls may not be archived.
Come celebrate the 50th anniversary of a global women’s history portal -- the Suppressed Histories Archives -- with Ms. Max Dashu and guest performers.

Dashu founded the archives in January 1970 documenting women's history and heritages. Teaching with images is her way of making women visible across time and space.

She displays some of the most inspiring images that we’ve never seen, with short excerpts from visual talks on a wide spectrum of subjects.
Who is Max Dashu?

Artist and archivist Max Dashu (
Ms. Max Dashu is the founder of the Suppressed Histories Archives.

She built a collection of 50,000 images on women's cultural heritages, reflecting the full spectrum of the world's peoples, from archeology, historical records, and photographs.

She is internationally known for her expertise on ancient female icons (seers, healers, shamans, medicine women, wise women, herbalists, witches) and matriarchal cultures.

She is also known for her study of patterns of domination: patriarchy, colonization, involuntary servitude and slavery, systems of class and caste, racism and witch hunts.

The Suppressed Histories Archives or SHA contains articles, image galleries, visual webcasts, and other resources.

Max Dashu created two videos, Women's Power in Global Perspective (2008) and Woman Shaman: The Ancients (2013).

Her book Witches and Pagans: Women in European Folk Religion, 700-1000 will soon be followed by a second volume Pythias, Melissae, and Pharmakides: Women in Hellenic Culture.

See her daily posts on the page on Facebook, the Veleda blog, History Sibyl podcasts, and video channel for a wealth content that is all open source.

FAQs: Wheelchair accessible. Please no scents. Transportation/parking options: The Cobiz venue is next to Richmond BART, under the BART parking lot. Exit BART from the west side and go left toward MacDonald Ave. then right. The 72M bus is another option. Ticketed event.

NAZIs invited to live in USA: Paperclip (video), 3/15/14); Pfc. Sandoval, Seth Auberon, Sheldon S., Wisdom Quarterly

Annie Jacobsen exposes U.S. "Operation Paperclip"
Patriotic Hitler Youth Boys Scouts of America
Author Annie Jacobsen presents fascinating American-NAZI relationships from her book Operation Paperclip. She then takes questions from the audience. This event was recorded February 26, 2014 at Politics & Prose bookstore in Washington, D.C.

Founded by Carla Cohen and Barbara Meade in 1984, Politics & Prose Bookstore is Washington, D.C.'s premier independent bookstore and cultural hub, a gathering place for people interested in reading and discussing books. Politics & Prose offers superior service, unusual book choices, and a haven for book-lovers in the store and online. Visit:

Free Yoga: Mindful Movement Meditation

Jen (Dharma Buddhist Meditation), Dhr. Seven (ed.), Wisdom Quarterly; Spiral Path Yoga

Yoga for calm, mindfulness for insight.
All eight aspects of yoga work together to effect the nervous system. Mindful movement using yoga poses help us settle down for sitting meditation by energizing and activating the body where it's at and guiding the system toward calm. We'll use open awareness practices to support concentration, collecting attention, directing it toward the expansive field of experience. Addie deHilster, the owner of Spiral Path Yoga Center, leads us in calming poses, Q&A, mindful and loving meditations. Bring a towel or yoga mat and water. Refreshments. Free/by donation.

Dharma Buddhist Meditation, Los Angeles: Thursday, Feb. 27, 2020, 7:00-8:30 PM

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Coronavirus patients cremated alive (video)

China in Focus (, Feb. 24, 2020); New Zealand Herald (, Jan. 30, 2020); Pfc. Sandoval, CC Liu, Seth Auberon (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

Wuhan woman says coronavirus patients are being cremated alive
Chinese officials fear pandemic (
(NTD) In a video circulating on the Internet, a Wuhan resident who was hospitalized says she witnessed critically ill, elderly coronavirus patients sealed alive in four body bags, placed in a special box, and cremated alive.

Factories and businesses in China resume work. Some scenes of massive gatherings of Chinese people without masks are raising concerns of the outbreak situation worsening.

China quarantines epidemic by force (
Inside one prison in eastern China, guards are forced to sign forms promising not to spread so-called "rumors" about the situation inside the prison, amid the coronavirus outbreak. Over 1,000 Hubei police are reported to infected with the virus.

As the coronavirus continues to spread globally, four countries in the Middle East reported their first cases, while Italy’s increasing numbers of cases spread fear across Europe. Source
Coronavirus: China accused of "burning bodies in secret"
Footage has emerged from inside a Wuhan hospital where this coronavirus originated or was created/weaponized (@jenniferatntd). VIDEO restricted from playing in some geographic regions.
World Health Organization (W.H.O.) officials, back from a visit to Beijing, expressed great concern that a dangerous new virus was spreading between people outside of China.

The number of illnesses continues to grow dramatically inside the Asian nation.

The new virus has now infected more people in China than were sickened during the 2002-2003 SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) outbreak. On Wednesday, the number of cases jumped to 5,974, surpassing the 5,327 people diagnosed with SARS.

The world has long known of coronavirus.
The death toll, which stood at 132 on Wednesday, is lower than the 348 people who died in China from SARS.

Doubts have been raised about that official death toll, however, with claims Chinese authorities have been cremating bodies [of living patients] in secret.

Chinese-language news outlet Initium interviewed people working at local cremation centers in Wuhan who say bodies are being sent directly from hospitals without being properly identified and added to the official record. Source + VIDEO

Ashley Judd molested; #MeToo, Weinstein

Jasmyn Belcher Morris, Emma Bowman (NPR); Ashley Judd, Ted Klontz (; Victoria's Secret; The Nails ("88 Lines About 44 Women"); Ashley Wells, Dhr. Seven (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

Objectifying women

How #MeToo began with Judd sister
You, sir, are a predator. Go to hospital jail!
Ashley Judd was one of the first women to publicly accuse convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein of [workplace] sexual harassment. Time's up.

The NY Times published her and others' accounts alleging decades of predatory sexual behavior by film producer Weinstein — setting off a national conversation about sexual harassment and the #MeToo Movement.

F U, JUDDge. I still have power and $300 mil.
Weinstein apologized the same day in a statement, telling the Times that his behavior with colleagues had "caused a lot of pain." He was fired from the production company he co-founded three days later.

Although Judd also told Variety in 2015 that she had been sexually harassed by a powerful studio mogul, she did not name Weinstein.

Emma Bowman (M. Morgan/NPR)
Judd sat down with her older friend Ted Klontz to talk about what was going through her head before and after she decided to name Weinstein.

"About six months or so ago," Klontz says, "you called me and you said, 'I'm going to do it.' And that meant allow The New York Times to use your name specifically."...

Judd says, "I think the courage comes from the little girl inside of me and my commitment to doing right by her."

Judd also says she was sexually molested: Her earliest memory of it was when she was 7-years-old, incest when she was growing up in Kentucky. She documents the experience in her 2011 memoir, All That is Bitter and Sweet. More
Mary Walsh and Dana Levin  "88 Lines About 44 Feminists"

Bernie’s rise prompts media meltdown (video)

Late Night with Seth Meyers, Feb. 24, 2020; Pfc. Sandoval, Seth Auberon, Wisdom Quarterly

Bernie Sanders’ rise prompts media meltdown, establishment panic: Seth Meyers takes a closer look at some pundits and members of the Democratic establishment panicking after Bernie Sanders won the Nevada caucus in a landslide. Watch Late Night with Seth Meyers weeknights 12:35/11:35c on NBC.

The sex crimes of Harvey Weinstein (video)

60 Minutes Australia, Feb. 24, 2020; Ashley Wells, Seth Auberon (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

Bill Cosby, D.J. Trump, Alan Dershowitz, Jeffrey Epstein* & Company on Pedophile Island, England's Prince Andrew, Hillary Clinton and her Pizza Gate, Bill Clinton and his many sex crimes...and now Harvey Weinstein. It's a Man's World, an Old Boys' Network. We say enough, no more, me too, with few prosecutions, few successes, and just a few convictions. This one's big.

EXCLUSIVE: Inside the Harvey Weinstein trial and his guilty verdict
Once upon a time in Hollywood, fat ugly body-shamed Harvey Weinstein was an icon. But no more. The fat, ugly, body-shamed fallen icon with a misshapen penis was taken down by the #MeToo Movement. Thank you, Ashley Judd, Rose McGowan, and others.

This is how Hollywood works. I was king.
On Australia's version of "60 Minutes," Tom Steinfort travels to New York to report on Weinstein’s trial and the claims and counter-claims making daily headlines around the world.

His story includes interviews with alleged victims Ambra Battilana and Rose McGowan, the controversial lawyer in his corner Donna Rotunno, and the spy hired to dig up dirt on his victims, Seth Freedman.

*What about murdered sex ring leader to the powerful Jeffrey Epstein?
For 40 years, "60 Minutes" has been telling Australians the world’s greatest stories -- tales that changed history, the nation and its many lives (not so much the Aboriginals). Reporters Liz Hayes, Allison Langdon, Tara Brown, Charles Wooley, Liam Bartlett, and Sarah Abo look past the headlines because there is always a bigger picture. Sundays in Australia are for 60 Minutes. #60MinutesAustralia

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

The Buddha's gradual instruction

Dhr. Seven, Amber Larson, Ananda (Dharma Buddhist Meditation), Ellie Askew (eds.), Ven. Nyanatiloka (Buddhist Dictionary: Manual of Terms and Doctrines,, Wisdom Quarterly

First, reflect on the power of giving (dana), of letting go to benefit others (Goalcast). 
Now I'm settled, so teach me insight.
Another way to enlightenment is to cultivate serenity, detach, and practice systematic mindfulness.

This is for the arising of wisdom -- penetrating insight. Practice of this leads to the perfection of wisdom (prajna-paramita), the greatest bliss of all.

Serenity derived from samadhi is very blissful, which often stimulates the habit of attachment and suffering when the bliss we cling to dissolves. And it will. But there is a higher bliss.*

Practicing in tandem is the wisest way. The Buddha, the "Sage of the Scythians" Shakyamuni, often gave the gradual instruction starting with talk of karma and virtue (dana-sila-bhavana or sila-samadhi-prajna), the rewards of celestial bliss, serenity, dispassion, concentration, leading up to wisdom as liberating-insight -- to see that all is impersonal and not worth clinging to.

The eye of wisdom arose and the listener understood directly, often entering the first stage of enlightenment on the spot.

Ennoble me = enlighten me
Seeing things as they really are, one lets go and awakens.
"Gradual instruction" (ānupubbī-kathā) is a progressive talk or sutra/discourse given by the Buddha when it is necessary to first prepare the listener's mind/heart before speaking on the advanced teaching of the Four Noble (Ennobling) Truths.

The stock passage (e.g., DN 3, DN 14, MN 56) runs as follows:

"Then the Blessed One gave a gradual instruction -- that is to say, he spoke on generosity (letting go, giving, dāna), on virtuous conduct (sīla), and on heaven (sagga).

"He further explained the peril, the vanity, and the depravity of sensual craving, and the advantages of renunciation (letting go, nonclinging).

"When the Blessed One perceived that the listener's heart/mind was prepared, pliant, free of hindrances, elevated, and lucid, he explained that exalted teaching unique to buddhas (buddhānam sāmukkamsikā desanā), that is:
  1. its cause [ignorance that gives rise to craving]
  2. its cessation, and
  3. the path to the end of all disappointment."
*Nirvana is the highest bliss of all. When the Buddha realized it, he is reputed to have said something to the effect of, "I who wept with all my brother's tears laugh and am glad, for there is freedom!"

He had just seen why all suffering happens -- karma caused by ignorance (delusion) and the attraction (greed) and aversion (hatred) that arise from it -- and what could be done to end it all. "Now the builder of this house had been seen, its ridgepole shattered.

"The Buddha laid down virtue, concentration,
and wisdom as the Path to peace, the way to
enlightenment. But in truth these things
are not the essence of Buddhism. They are
but the Path... The essence of Buddhism
is peace, and that peace arises from
realizing the true nature of all things..."
(Ajahn Chah, A Taste of Freedom)

Mardi Gras 2020 live in New Orleans (video)

4WWLTV streamed live Monday, Feb. 25, 2020; Washington Post; Editors, Wisdom Quarterly

Mardi Gras 2020 in New Orleans: Parades, WWLTV live coverage

I don't eat meat during Lent. Flesh is bad.
Revelers dressed in costumes, exposing their breasts, and reaching for beads thrown from floats to entice them take to the streets on "Fat Tuesday" (mardi gras) in the New Orleans area when Carnival (Brazilian Carnaval, or "flesh festival," the Christian/Catholic carnal lust celebration of popular hedonism Roman-style) season reaches its climax.

Who was the historical Jesus of Nazareth?
Carnival season begins on Jan. 6 and ends on Fat Tuesday after weeks of balls, parades, and merriment. That solemn end is known as Ash Wednesday, which is the beginning of imperial Roman Lent, a time of fasting. This does not mean no eating but no meat-eating: vegetarianism (now most weakly defined as non-red-meat-eating just on Fridays) used to mean a time of total vegetarianism and abstention from all other sin (or at least one sin) for 40 days in commemoration of the role model of the Christian world religion.

Going without flesh
Acceptable lust? No meat but sexual food images
Universal vegetarianism: The absence of "meat" (carne) is actually key to this Christian festival. The Carnival of Brazil (Portuguese Carnaval do Brasil) is an annual Brazilian festival held between the Friday afternoon before Ash Wednesday and Ash Wednesday at noon, which marks the beginning of Lent, the 40-day period before Easter.

During Lent, Roman Catholics and some other Christians traditionally abstained from the consumption of meat and poultry, hence the term "carnival," from carnelevare, "to remove (literally, raise) meat."

Last Week Tonight: Modi's India (video)

John Oliver (HBO, Feb. 23, 2020); Pfc. Sandoval, S. Auberon, A. Wells (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

Vegetarian Modi with cow-devouring Trump
John Oliver talks about India’s own "Trump," the right-wing nationalist, Hindu extremist Prime Minister Modi: why he’s popular, why he’s controversial, where things are headed for the largest democracy in the world.
For more almost news as it almost happens (LWT), find it like your mom would (FB), follow it for news about jokes and jokes about news (Tw), or visit the official site for all that other stuff at once (HBO).

"Periods: A Brief History" (Vagina Museum)

Anti-Shame Team (; allies and editors, Wisdom Quarterly

The Vagina Museum is in a very good mood today, as they're celebrating receiving a quim-credible 90,000 visitors since it opened its exhibition in November 2019.

They're absolutely blown away by the warm welcome they've received so far. And better still, they've got some bloody thrilling news to share!

Their wildly popular Muff Busters exhibition will close on March 29th and here's what's coming next. Drumroll please. The new exhibition is Periods: A Brief History.

Almost half the world’s population menstruates at some point in their lives, yet there is a veil of shame and stigma that surrounds periods. The shame-based taboo surrounding periods is not a recent phenomenon. It has been perpetuated throughout history.

This exhibition looks at historic perceptions and beliefs around menstruation and the impact this has had on society from ancient Greece to present-day Hollywood, looking at how menstrual perception has impacted culture, religion, and society’s lack of understanding as to what a menstrual bleed actually is.

We built this museum.
What did people use as menstrual products before the invention of tampons and pads? What beliefs contributed to period shaming?

What can we learn to break the taboo? Is it possible to have an environmentally sustainable period?

Periods: A Brief History gives visitors a whirlwind trip through time, shining a spotlight on menstruation, its perception, and what issues we face around periods today. 

Periods: A Brief History opens on 4th April 2020. The exhibition is sponsored by The Body Shop.
The Vagina Museum is truly in awe of the wave of positivity it's received since opening Muff Busters: Vagina Myths and How to Fight Them. They can't believe it's only been 13 weeks for 90,000 people to come inside! Whether you've managed to visit or are still planning a trip, it's truly grateful for your support and interest. The world needs a Vagina Museum. The numbers show it. The feedback received shows it. They're incredibly proud of what they've achieved so far on a shoestring budget.

But this museum of minges needs help from its friends. It's currently raising funds to match the world-changing £50,000 it crowdfunded last year to open. Money from its Winter Appeal helps towards running costs and keeping the Vagina Museum free for anyone to visit and celebrate all things muff. It wants to get bigger and better so it can meet the rising demand for a museum. The Winter Appeal runs until March 21st. It is truly grateful for any gift anyone chooses to make. Support makes a big difference.

Ovary and out,

The Vagina Museum Team xoxo
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Mailing address:
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