Watching Pig Rush To Save Friend On Slaughter Block Will Change How You See These Animals Completely

Pigs are remarkably intelligent and emotional creatures who form sincere social bonds. Their mental capacity is so advanced that they are often said to have the intelligence comparable to that of a three-year-old human. Scientists have stated that pigs have the emotional ability to empathize, and videos of pigs comforting each other in times of distress, such as on a factory farm or slaughterhouse truck, prove that pigs are far more advanced and complex than most people perceive them to be.


In the above video, we see further proof that pigs are intelligent and empathetic with meaningful social bonds. We witness the disturbing scene from a pig slaughter operation, and as one pig struggles against the fate of merciless butchering, another pig rushes to the rescue! Squealing and running toward the killers, who jump in fear, there is no doubt that the pig is trying to save the life of his dear friend.

This video, although difficult to watch, shows what happens to intelligent and emotional pigs across the globe each and every day. Many people insist on reducing the worth of these beautiful animals to nothing more than a commodity, so please make sure to share this video and encourage others to see all animals as someones not somethings.

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30 Year NSA Employee Shares Why They Are Watching You & It Has Nothing To Do With Terrorism

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William Binney is a former high ranking intelligence official with the National Security Agency (NSA). He is one of the highest placed intelligence officials to ever blow the whistle on insider NSA ‘knowings.’ He made headlines when he resigned in 2001 after 9/11, having worked more than thirty years for the agency. He was a leading code-breaker against the Soviet Union during the Cold war, and was repelled by the United States’ massive surveillance programs.

He’s had quite the go, starting in 2002 when he let the public know of a system ( ‘trailblazer’) intended to analyze data carried on communication networks (like the internet). He exposed the agencies eavesdropping program and has faced harassment from the FBI, NSA and more. He has been in and out of the court room ever since he decided to resign and blow the whistle.

These mass surveillance leaks  are nothing new, as we’ve seen by the leaks recent NSA whislte-blower Edward Snowden has provided us over the past few years. In an interview that was blacked out by the U.S media, Snowden referred to a Super National Intelligence Organization known as the “Five Eyes” that do whatever they want, and are far beyond the laws of their own country. You can read more about that HERE.

Binney hasn’t stopped, one of the highest-level whistleblowers to ever come out of the NSA. He is now saying:

“At least 80% of fibre optic cables globally go via the US, this is no accident and allows the US to view all communication coming in. At least 80% of all audio calls, not just metadata, are recorded and stored in the US. The NSA lies about what it stores. The ultimate goal of the NSA is total population control.” (see sources)

According to the Guardian:

“The NSA will soon be able to collect 966 exabytes a year, the total of internet traffic annually. Former Google head Erich Schmidt once argued that the entire amount of knowledge from the beginning of humankind until 2003 amount to only five exabytes.” (see sources)

 Binney has supported the recent revelations of Snowden, and says he has contact with a number of other NSA employees who are appalled  with what the agency does.

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 What used to be considered a conspiracy theory is becoming much easier for more people to see. Mass surveillance is not about the protection of national security,  it’s about controlling the entire population.  We are made to believe that intelligence agencies are working to protect us, when the truth is that they have their hand in what they claim is a threat to us. A great example of this is 9/11. Again, we must question the world’s constant direction towards a total security state, what is happening today is ridiculous and completely unnecessary. If events are really created and justified (like 9/11), and the ‘war on terrorism’ is a complete sham, think about what that means for a second. Ask yourself, why are they doing this?

“There is a very grave danger that an announced need for increased security will be seized upon by those anxious to expand its meaning to the very limits of official censorship and concealment. That I do not intend to permit to the extent that it is in my control. We are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence. On infiltration instead of invasion, on subversion instead of elections, on intimidation instead of free choice.” JFK (source)

“In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence whether sought or unsought, by the military industrial complex. The potential disaster of the rise of mis-placed power exists, and will persist. We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties or democratic processes” Dwight Eisenhower (sources)

Everything we do is monitored. As a result, anything that threatens the interests of those wishing to ‘control’ us will most likely be known about. At the same time, I’m sure there are many individuals within these departments that share the beliefs of the masses, I do not wish to make anybody who is or has been apart of these agencies as “evil.”

Mainstream media continues to push the idea that an increased need for security is needed. They do this by using terrorism propaganda, and more. Anything they can use to brainwash the population that our world is in a state of constant threat is to their advantage, and allows them to infiltrate and take over countries,resources and more while using their corporately owned media to justify this type of action.

It’s great to hear Mr Binney come out and say something like this, to him we say thank you.

As I always do with these articles, I’d like to emphasize that mass surveillance is not the NSA’s biggest kept secret. This came to light recently with the very first public disclosure of the “black budget” by Snowden (despite numerous researchers already exposing it.) I’m talking about “Special Access Programs,” they do not exist publicly, but they do indeed exist. They are better known as deep black programs, and involve projects that the human race knows nothing about. You can read more about that HERE.


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10 Things You Can Do Tonight Instead Of Watching Netflix

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Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about human potential. More specifically, just how much of it we all carry within us. If you don’t already know, then let me assure you — it’s A LOT. We can literally do anything we set our minds to, so long as we want it badly enough. I’m certain anyone who has ever accomplished something great knew they could succeed with enough effort, so even if they failed once, or twice, or a dozen times, they just kept trying! We are no different than anyone else who has made their dreams a reality, but the problem today is, we are wasting this potential. And we are wasting it on Netflix, night after night (after night).

Let’s face it, after a long day at work, often doing something that isn’t inspiring us, it sometimes just feels easier to accept what is, have some dinner, and plop down on the couch to binge watch our favourite show. I’ve definitely been there myself. Sometimes, after a long day of using your brain, you simply don’t want to anymore, and the idea of shutting down and relaxing is a lot more appealing. What many of us don’t realize is how much of an addiction this really is. As with many other drugs in our society, our hours in front of the television are heavily normalized, even expected, to the point where if you were to say you don’t watch TV or have a Netflix account, people would be shocked.

I know that some of you reading this are thinking, “Yes, I do this, yes I know I’m wasting time, but it has become such a routine, it’s just easy,” or “This is how my partner and I enjoy spending time together.” While these are valid arguments, surely there are better ways to relax, unwind, and bond, right? The fact of the matter is, if we are that stressed and burnt out from our day-to-day lives, perhaps our lives need to re-examined. If we’re honest with ourselves, it becomes clear that we’re spending an awful lot of time “relaxing.” If we’re really honest with ourselves, we see it is actually time spent escaping. Just like any other drug, we often use it as a way to escape our feelings. Many of us are unfulfilled and unsatisfied; we feel like we are missing out on something, yet instead of doing something about it, we watch fictitious others living out the lives of our dreams. A little ironic, wouldn’t you say?

Imagine if, instead of spending three or four hours in front of the TV every night, you spent that time doing something for yourself, to better your life and focus on what truly brings you joy! That could be a minimum 20 hours a week, give or take, being spent purely on building the life you want. Whenever you say “I don’t have time,” think about how much time is completely wasted.

Here are 10 things you can do to benefit your well-being rather than wasting precious time in front of the TV.

1. Make a List of Your Grandest Hopes and Dreams

Write out a list of everything you want to accomplish for yourself. What have you always wanted to do, have, or accomplish? What have you come to accept will never happen, but is still there in the back of your mind? Write it all down, no matter how silly it may seem to you. It’s time to get real with yourself and identify what you want out of life. The sky is the limit.

2.Unleash Your Creative Potential

What is your favourite way to express your creativity? Do you enjoy crafting, blogging, painting, sewing, cooking, dancing, building, singing, playing an instrument, gardening, building, designing, writing? Whatever it is, do it! Spend some time every day doing something that you truly enjoy, something that lights you up and gets you using the parts of your brain that lie dormant during the work day. This is the time.

3. Host a Meetup

Do you ever feel alone or isolated, or  like you don’t know anyone who shares your interests? Are you dying to meet new people who share your love for boardgames, anime, frisbee, or whatever it is that gets you excited? Check out and see what types of events are happening in your area. You’d be surprised by the volume and variety of groups out there. There are groups for people who love eating at new restaurants, hiking, playing any number of sports, meditating, or even just watching documentaries (I know, I know, but this is a more productive way to use the tube). And if you don’t see any that interest you, try starting a group of your own. This is a great way to connect with more people, and you just never know who you might meet!

4. Connect Deeply With Loved Ones

Make time for your friends and family. Call your mom. Call your dad. Call whomever is close to you (or better yet, go visit them). Have your best friends over for dinner. Arrange a nice evening walk with your partner. Whatever way you can connect on a more intimate level, do it!

5. Exercise

“I don’t have time” is probably the most common excuse we make for not exercising. I’ve definitely used this one myself more than a few times, but I stand by the fact that you do have time, you’re just choosing to put it toward other things, like your favourite T.V. show. Go for a run, join a recreational sports team, start practicing yoga, or Tai Chi, or whatever it is that makes you happy, and I promise, you’ll be glad you spent that time moving your body rather than sitting for another few hours, especially if you have a desk job. Get out there and move!

6. See What’s Up In Your Community

Every time I use the restroom in a coffee shop, I am amazed by how many cool events are going on in the community. Meditation workshops, salsa lessons, speed dating, crafting, painting, comedy, improv classes — there is so much going on, you just have to look. Like Meetup, this is a great way to get out there and meet more like-minded people. You never know where this might take you.

7. Start Cooking

So many of us avoid cooking with the same excuse we use to avoid exercising: “I don’t have time.” Well, I don’t need to state the obvious… you do! Spend time creating a meal that is nutritious and delicious, and you may just find you save time in the long run because you now have leftovers for tomorrow’s lunch. By cooking your own meals, you can be assured that what you are putting into your body is nourishing it well, and you gain a little autonomy in the process. This is important!

8. Learn a New Skill

Have you always wanted to learn a new language?  Take an online course? Pick up an instrument? Now is your time, because remember — you have so much of it!

9. Practice Mindfulness

If your work stresses you out, and you watch TV to escape, you are avoiding the problem. By practicing mindfulness on a daily basis, you can learn how to let go of the stress and prevent it from bubbling up in the first place. Meditation is a proven way to help us manage stress, and contrary to popular belief, all it takes are a few minutes a day to enjoy its benefits. If you are new to this, there are many apps that can help get you started. Not into the apps? At the very least, make time for yourself to just sit down, take some deep breaths, and really tune in to your body — this is the simplest form of meditation out there, and it’s more beneficial than you may realize.

10. Volunteer

Maybe the thing that you are most passionate about is not a realistic way to earn a living — well, that’s okay! It doesn’t mean you can’t do it. Giving back feels so good, so find out what opportunities for volunteer work are available in your nearest city, and if any interest you, go lend a hand!


These are just a few examples of things that you could be doing instead of wasting time in front of the tube, but there are certainly many more. Choose what appeals to you and try doing it for one week to see how you feel and what comes of it. There’s a chance that you may have no idea how much of life you’re missing out on. I’ll do the same! And don’t worry — your favourite characters will still be there, waiting patiently for your return. This is more about breaking the habit and making time for other things in your life than preventing you from enjoying television altogether.

One day, or day one? You decide.

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Woman who escaped Las Vegas shooting left helpless watching her home burn down

A woman who survived the mass shooting in Las Vegas returned to California to discover that wildfires had destroyed her home in Santa Rosa

“Last Sunday, I was running from bullets,” Michella Flores told a television channel. “This Sunday, I was running from fire.”

Ms Flores, 51, had been outside the perimeter of the Route 91 Harvest festival in Las Vegas, watching the country music performers from outside the fence, when Stephen Paddock opened fire, killing 58 people and injuring more than 500.

At least 40 people have lost their lives in the California wildfires (Getty)At least 40 people have lost their lives in the California wildfires (Getty)

Ms Flores, who has worked as a firefighter and paramedic before taking up her current job as a part-time flight attendant and customer service representative at Kaiser Air in Santa Rosa, told KTVU she returned to California and headed to her parents’ home. She has been staying there while she moved to another apartment in the west of the city.

It was as she was driving home that she saw an orange glow on the hillside. The network said she told her parents to pack emergency bags, grabbed the dog and told them to evacuate.

She picked up a garden house and worked alongside two firefighters to try and keep the encroaching flames from their home and others on the street.

Later that evening, when she headed for work at the airport, she was hopeful the property would escape the blaze. When she returned the next morning, she found it had been destroyed, along with all its contents.

“Right now, I’m in this space where things need to get done,” she told KTVU. “And I’ll deal with the rest later on.”

The fires that swept through California wine country and other parts of the state were the worst in decades. At least 40 people have been killed and hundreds remain unaccounted for. A total of 75,000 people remain under evacuation orders.

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‘The Simpsons’ Grampa: ‘My Blood’s Turned to Bile from Watching Fox News’

In the October 15th episode of Fox’s The Simpsons titled “Whistler’s Father,” the show chooses to use a generic president instead of criticizing the current one, as most shows clamor to do these days. Then a zinger about Fox News popped up, so everything is back to normal.

During the opening, as Bart writes on the chalkboard as punishment, the camera focuses in on his words. He is writing, “It’s unfair to judge a president on his first 300 days.” Clearly, opinionated Bart has let loose with some unfair criticism of President Trump and his teacher is punishing him for the classroom disruption.

In this episode, Homer, Grandpa, Bart and Maggie go to the zoo where Bart laments that he has no special talent as the visit a birds exhibit. Homer tells him the birds like him but Bart notes that the birds also like Grandpa. Several buzzards are circling Grandpa and as one lands on his shoulder, he tells it to go ahead, that his “blood has turned to bile from watching Fox News.” The buzzard pecks at his ear and then drops dead.


Grandpa: Okay, Maggie. Time to learn a happy tune from these imprisoned birds.

Bart: Man, Maggie’s talented, Lisa’s talented. What am I good at?

Homer: The birds love ya.

Bart: Well, yeah, but they also love Grampa.

Grandpa: Go ahead, but my blood’s turned to bile from watching Fox News.

Meanwhile, baby Maggie discovers a talent for whistling. Homer is excited and sees an opportunity for some glory of his own by using Maggie behind the curtain as he whistles on stage before audiences. With much applause and appreciation of his talent, as Homer whistles patriotic tunes, Homer conjures up a scene where the president awards him with the Presidential Medal of Honor. Maggie gets the Vice-Presidential Medal of Envy in this scenario. The president is an ordinary looking man. Patting themselves on the backs for the inclusion of a non-descriptive president, Homer wonders out loud who the president is – he looks so generic. Lame, to be sure.


Homer:  Marge! Are you making tea?
Marge: Yes.
Homer: Whew.
Marge: Iced tea.
Homer: What the hell?
Radio announcer: This is his. Whistling at you all day and night. WHIS, The Whistle.
Homer: Ah. Whistling format radio.
Homer: Huh? Where is that whistling coming from? Maggie? It is you! It’s so odd– I’m a terrible whistler. Always have been. There must be a reason you were given this gift. It’s to make people think I can whistle.
Audience (chanting): Homer! Homer! Homer!

Homer: And now I will perform “Flight of the Bumblebee.” Who was that president? He looked pretty generic.

When Lisa realizes Maggie has the gift of being able to whistle, she jealously guards her position as the talented kid in the family. Working on her emotions, though, she tells Maggie they can both be good. This is where the random reference to South Park comes in. Lisa says “both of the South Park guys are good” but that Trey does everything. Oh brother. An animated show referencing another animated show.

This was a fairly tame episode but not so bland as to leave out a bit of conservative bashing. It speaks volumes that we live in such a polarized political world that the writers felt the need to point out that the presidential reference was a generic one in that one scene. The opening scene was not so subtle, though. We are approaching President Trump’s 300th day in office, after all.

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Court Says Cop Violated Constitution by Cuffing Tiny Child on Video, Watching Him Scream in Agony


A federal lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties Union and the Children’s Law Center has finally made progress after a deputy sheriff handcuffed—and seemingly tortured—two small elementary school students who have disabilities.

In an extremely disturbing video, which TFTP reported on in 2015, school resource officer, Kenton County Deputy Sheriff Kevin Sumner, can be seen handcuffing a sobbing 8-year-old boy, referred to in court documents as S.R. The child is so small that Sumner has to lock the child’s biceps together behind his back. What makes the case even more appalling is that the child has a history of trauma and has been diagnosed with ADHD.

The other child named in the lawsuit, a girl named in the suit as L.G., was twice handcuffed in the same manner as S.R. She is a special needs student and has also been diagnosed with ADHD.

Neither child was accused of criminal conduct nor were they arrested or charged with a crime, but were being punished for behavior issues.

According to the ACLU, the lawsuit has finally been settled despite the sheriff disgustingly standing behind his deputy’s actions.

Months of discovery showed that Deputy Sheriff Sumner had handcuffed another young plaintiff twice and had also handcuffed up to 20 other children. Nonetheless, Sheriff Charles Korzenborn of Kenton County declared, “I steadfastly stand behind Deputy Sumner.” The sheriff also said, on the record, that handcuffing children behind their backs was an acceptable practice for his deputies.

Wednesday, reported the ACLU, the court disagreed. Federal District Court Judge William O. Bertelsman found that the handcuffing of these two children was “an unconstitutional seizure and excessive force.” Judge Bertelsman also found, as a matter of law, that Kenton County is liable for the handcuffings.

When did it become acceptable to treat students who misbehave or act out as if they are criminals? These were children—tiny ones—and they were treated and abused like prisoners of war.

According to the ACLU, due to the fact that this treatment is so commonplace, makes Judge Bertelsman’s decision is a significant win. Not only did the court find that the sheriff’s office was wrong, the judge reached this decision at summary judgment, issuing a decision on these issues before the case even went to trial.

At this stage, according to the ACLU the court has to give the sheriff the full benefit of the doubt — assuming that everything happened exactly as the deputy sheriff claimed. But even with this wide deference, the judge held the sheriff’s office liable and their actions unconstitutional. As Judge Bertelsman noted, even if SR swung an elbow at Officer Sumner, this “can hardly be considered a serious physical threat from an unarmed, 54-pound eight-year-old child.”

As tragic as this story sounds, it is sadly not an isolated one. Young children with disabilities often find themselves on the receiving end of police state violence while attending public school.

Colton Granito, an 8-year-old boy with autism, threw a tantrum during class. Instead of following the boy’s IEP plan, police were called. Colton was handcuffed, transported to jail, and forced to sit in a cell for hours wearing a straight jacket. He was subsequently charged with assault and sentenced to probation.

The photo below is of a 10-year-old child handcuffed, laid out on the back of a police cruiser. The boy’s name is Ryan, and he has autism. He misbehaved at school and was also arrested and treated like a criminal.

In September of 2014, we reported on body cam footage showing a 9-year-old special needs boy handcuffed as his father pleaded with the officer to release him.

That same month, a highly disturbing video of cops manhandling a 13-year-old autistic child as he screamed for help emerged on Facebook.

And these cases contain only autistic children. If you truly want a glimpse into the horrid effects of the police state on all school children, take a scroll through our archives, at this link.

“The State represents violence in a concentrated and organized form. The individual has a soul, but as the State is a soulless machine, it can never be weaned from violence to which it owes its very existence.” -Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

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Re: UK ‘attentively’ watching Saudi Arabia weapons use

The United Kingdom is monitoring Saudi Arabia’s use of weapons in conflict zones, Al-Jazeera has reported.

“The UK has extremely stringent measures in place to ensure that the end use of any and all weapons that the UK sells are appropriate,” said Matthew Rycroft, the UK’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations.

It is not clear why the comment was made at this time, but it follows the United Nations blacklist of Saudi Arabia for killing 683 children in Yemen, violating the law of war.

In July human rights group Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) filed a legal case in the UK High Court claiming that allowing UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia for its bombing campaign is a violation of the law of war. Despite “overwhelming evidence” of British weapons used in indiscriminate attacks in Yemen the High Court ruled that the sale of arms to Saudi Arabia is lawful.

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Two weeks ago the United Nations approved to deploy “eminent international and regional experts” to report on war crimes committed in the Yemen civil war. More than 5,000 civilians have been killed in the civil war to date.

In August Saudi Arabia conducted an air strike on a residential apartment, killing at least 12 people, including women and children as the building collapsed in Faj Attan, Sanaa. Saudi Arabia claimed it was a “technical error” that led to the strike.

Since March 2015 Saudi Arabia has led a coalition of Arab states to support President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi and to neutralise threats from the Houthi armed group. The United Kingdom continue to support Saudi Arabia by selling arms to the Kingdom.

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What Binge Watching Can Physically Do To Your Body

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I’m sure that you hesitated before choosing to read this article, as most of us have been sucked into a binge watching marathon on more than one occasion (myself included). While it may seem like we’re buckling down to give ourselves a break, we may actually be hurting ourselves far more than we realize. Sitting for prolonged periods of time has proven to be harmful to our bodies, especially for adults over 50, and when you match lounging with television, you create a deadly combo.

In an Australian study published in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, researchers examined more than 8,900 adults and found that each additional hour of TV viewing was associated with a 12% increased risk of inflammatory-related death, and those who spent more than four hours a day watching TV were at an even higher risk.

In general, watching television has proven to negatively impact mental health; it alters your brain, lowers your attention span, and has the potential to make you more aggressive. You don’t need to experience the “trance-like” state television can put us in, but I’m sure you’ve witnessed it before. This trance occurs roughly 30 seconds after you start watching TV. Your brain begins by producing alpha waves, leading to a light hypnotic state that makies the viewer less aware of their environment and more open to subtle messages — aka programming.

In the 1990s. Dr. Teresa Belton, a visiting fellow at the University of East Anglia, studied the effects that television has on the imagination of 10-12 year old children, ultimately concluding that television negatively impacts their development: “The ubiquity and ease of access to television and videos perhaps robs today’s children of the need to pursue their own thoughts and devise their own occupations, distracting them from inner processes and constantly demanding responses to external agendas, and suggests that this may have implications for the development of imaginative capacity.”

And these physical affects are becoming increasingly apparent. Not only does it eventually lead to immobility as you age, but with the risk of creating inflammation in the body, you are susceptible to a host of diseases including kidney disease, diabetes, asthma, Alzheimer’s, and even depression.

Dr. Megan Grace is the lead investigator at the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute in Melbourne. Between 1999 and 2000, her team quizzed adult participants about their viewing habits via a questionnaire. Again, this was before we had access to popular streaming websites like Netflix. The participants were separated into three groups based on their TV viewing habits: less than two hours per day, greater than two hours but less than four hours, and more than four hours.

“TV time was associated with increased risk of inflammatory-related mortality. This is consistent with the hypothesis that high TV viewing may be associated with a chronic inflammatory state,” the authors wrote.

They followed up with their participants 12 years later and found, of 909 deaths, 130 were inflammatory-related. Of the inflammatory-related deaths, 21 were from diseases of the respiratory system and 18 of the nervous system, and those who watched between two to four hours of TV a day showed a 54% higher risk of inflammatory-related death. Additionally, people who watched more than four hours of TV a day doubled their risk of dying from an inflammatory disease compared to those who watched two hours.

In addition to cutting down the amount of time you spend sitting in front of the TV and sitting or lying down, you can help combat inflammation with a number of foods like avocados, berries, sweet potato, onions, and watermelon, and herbs like, cloves, ginger, rosemary, and turmeric.



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