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2012-08-09 10:08:34 AM  
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2012-08-09 10:12:47 AM  
Amazingly, this might be the one time I agree with her. This is a big deal for his campaign.

I can't stand him, though, so big whoop.
 
2012-08-09 10:14:23 AM  
So, on top of all the other insanity about Ann Coulter.. she is also a Joe McCarthy supporter? Didn't realize that.
 
2012-08-09 10:15:14 AM  
Don't want to poison my browser with a Townhall link...anyone care to summarize?
 
2012-08-09 10:15:42 AM  
Fifty years from now, everyone will agree ... that Duke lacrosse players gang-raped a stripper. Liberals tell whopping lies

Huh? That was political?

And for the record, I know people of all political backgrounds who will try to throw that in your face when you try to discuss rape statistics and underreporting of sexual assault.
 
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2012-08-09 10:16:15 AM  
It's more like Roves secret weapon. Wasn't he the one who recommends that campaigns be run as though people watch TV with the sound off?

If most Republicans read (something other than right wing blogs) they wouldn't be Republicans.
 
2012-08-09 10:18:04 AM  

Grand_Moff_Joseph: Don't want to poison my browser with a Townhall link...anyone care to summarize?


Headline: Liberals' Secret Weapon: Republicans Who Don't Read

Story: Liberals control the media and lie about history. Republicans don't seem to notice or care. Conservatism is doomed. Call to action.
 
2012-08-09 10:18:20 AM  

Grand_Moff_Joseph: Don't want to poison my browser with a Townhall link...anyone care to summarize?


Democrats are communist sympathizers, but because Republicans don't read Democrats get to tell the history to make themselves look better. Also, Joe McCarthy was right.

basically, it was her saying the culture of anti-intellectualism the GOP fostered in order to win over idiots is going to hurt them long term.
 
2012-08-09 10:18:27 AM  
Oh wow this unbelievable twat is still defending McCarthy.
 
2012-08-09 10:19:17 AM  
In the last few days, we've heard both George Will and Charles Krauthammer, otherwise intelligent people, repeating bogus Democratic talking points about how Joe McCarthy allegedly smeared innocents with false allegations.

Oh, it's time for her exaltation of Joe McCarthy again? I'm starting to think that Coulter is related to a certain monster that lives under Derry, Maine, and this is how she emerges to feed every four years or so.
 
2012-08-09 10:20:14 AM  
Let me ask you seriously: why would Coulter lie about this? What could she possibly stand to gain?

I was hoping to write about my smash best-seller Demonic: How the Liberal Mob Is Endangering America -- out in paperback this week! -- but now I guess I'll have to recap parts of my smash best-seller Treason: Liberal Treachery from the Cold War to the War on Terrorism.
 
2012-08-09 10:21:11 AM  

Aarontology: Grand_Moff_Joseph: Don't want to poison my browser with a Townhall link...anyone care to summarize?

Democrats are communist sympathizers, but because Republicans don't read Democrats get to tell the history to make themselves look better. Also, Joe McCarthy was right.

basically, it was her saying the culture of anti-intellectualism the GOP fostered in order to win over idiots is going to hurt them long term.


Ah, well, I see she hasn't lost her touch for utter stupidity.
 
2012-08-09 10:24:20 AM  
FTFA: about how Joe McCarthy allegedly smeared innocents with false allegations.

Is she farking serious? Allegedly?
 
2012-08-09 10:24:39 AM  

Grand_Moff_Joseph: Don't want to poison my browser with a Townhall link...anyone care to summarize?


"Liberals' lies become historical fact, for example Joe McCarthy did not say 205 communists were in congress in the 1950s and then change it to 57 (by the way buy my new book Demonic), he always maintained there were 57, which was true, and means he was right about everything, so in conclusion the fact that Harry Reid is being compared to McCarthy means that in 20 years everyone will believe Romney paid 0% of his taxes THANKS OBAMA."

Translated from Coulter into what I agree with her about, election seasons produce a lot of "rhetoric", and often only a few statements are remembered, whether they're strictly accurate or not. This is not exclusive to the left; it's very likely "You didn't build that!" will become an example of this, and Kerry's "I was for it before I was against it" definitely counts, as does Howard Dean's "scream". It's possible that "Romney paid 0 taxes for 10 years" might become one too.

The whole McCarthy this is just ridiculous, though
 
2012-08-09 10:26:37 AM  

dletter: So, on top of all the other insanity about Ann Coulter.. she is also a Joe McCarthy supporter? Didn't realize that.


Scummy people have scummy heroes, I guess.
 
2012-08-09 10:26:54 AM  

kronicfeld: I was hoping to write about my smash best-seller Demonic: How the Liberal Mob Is Endangering America


I love the names of her books. Maybe she can crowd source to come up with the next one? Baby eating zombies: how the Liberal Nazi Stalinist Cabal is biting off America's dick.
 
2012-08-09 10:28:41 AM  

Grand_Moff_Joseph: Ah, well, I see she hasn't lost her touch for utter stupidity.


No, but she understands that you can't go full retard all the time and expect to win.
 
2012-08-09 10:29:02 AM  
What kind of terrible person defends Senator Joseph McCarthy???

Professional troll / Andy Kaufman in drag performance artist Ann Coulter.
 
2012-08-09 10:29:51 AM  

sweetmelissa31: Baby eating zombies: how the Liberal Nazi Stalinist Cabal is biting off America's dick.


Liberals: Are they even human?
 
2012-08-09 10:30:19 AM  

mr_bunny: Amazingly, this might be the one time I agree with her. This is a big deal for his campaign.

I can't stand him, though, so big whoop.


In fairness, this is less about the reading, than supporting the Justification Machine that churns out a LOT of books. Those books NEED to find homes. Even if those books wind up in warehouses, sold in lots to folks who then pass them out like party favors, they can only tout the "millions sold" and "best selling author" if someone actually gets the things into peoples' hands.

The book game is where the Radical Right has been most comfortable in trying to justify its positions, by touting the amazing sales of books to support for what is contained within them. Even if those books are torn apart, even if those books are fact checked after the fact, even if those books are bought by folks and put into warehouses and then handed out as "gifts" for joining a website or attending an event, where there are MOAR opportunities to extract cash from the herds of folks who want to touch greatness.

The Radical Right has invested a LOT into book mills, into faux think tanks to produce position papers to back positions and cherry pick to suit arguments. It has been their greatest strength for some time, and with the economy going in the sh*tter, those mills are in desperate need of cash, and the websites and backers can only warehouse so many books at once, to boost their sales numbers. There are only so many stars and current darlings who can be touted as "best selling" at any one time--and to be fair, Saint Sarah's book numbers mean that warehouses have only so much space. It was a fairly blatant money laundering scheme to pay her back for support and the boost for her appearances for some candidates, but there are a LOT of pundits who have books to sell, and to hype. That they are skewed and essentially propaganda as opposed to scholarship isn't important. They are product, and product needs to sell. The price tag on scholarship today is a feature, not a bug, for the Radical Right--they need captive scholars and pundits producing material that can be touted, and spread far and wide, and because it's in print, they can then say that it's serious, and not just the ravings of a blogger. There is investment in physical resources, and that they are essentially ads for a brand of activism and skewed scholarship doesn't enter into the equation.

The Left does it too, but not with the degree of coordination that the Radical Right has come up with--with coordinated efforts between websites, with television, radio, and staggered media events. It is predicated on pushing these books, and their message, to give the illusion of serious scholarship, no matter if the ravings are Weapons Grade DERP, because they're in print, they have the illusion of being solid and it when brought out, they are essentially ads for a brand of thinking that relies submission of reason to accept whatever mana falls from the Heavens in the form of words on paper. It is essentially a manufactured appeal to authority that they control. "I have 16 studies and four books that back my opinion!" Never mind that those books and studies were commissioned to do EXACTLY that, by the time that is waded through, the damage is done in the public eye, at least the public that believes EVERYTHING that they see coming from approved sources. It is a manufactured sort of consent, and this is a game that the Radical Right has been honing for some time, and Fox and others have been playing and paying into for some time.
 
2012-08-09 10:31:17 AM  
who?
 
2012-08-09 10:31:22 AM  
o.O

And what was McCarthy's definition of a "communist"?

I would venture to say that our backchannel relationship with the USSR was the only thing that kept us from destroying each other with nukes.
 
2012-08-09 10:36:10 AM  
Ann Coulter : Fifty years from now, everyone will agree that Karl Rove committed treason by revealing the identity of CIA "spy" Valerie Plame, tea partiers shouted the N-word at a black congressman and Duke lacrosse players gang-raped a stripper.

Let's see here:

1) Karl Rove committed treason by revealing the identity of CIA "spy" Valerie Plame

True. Absolutely true. Somehow Conservitards take a Bush press release as his exoneration and no other facts. Rove should be in prison.

2) tea partiers shouted the N-word at a black congressman
True. The video here clearly shows that there were white supremacists in the crowd that day. (See the White Power flag, marching by in the end of the video.) The only proof is that someone didn't shout it loud enough to be picked up by the youtube video in question.

3) Duke lacrosse players gang-raped a stripper

False. This is race baiting.
 
2012-08-09 10:36:31 AM  
i.imgur.com
 
2012-08-09 10:41:03 AM  

hubiestubert: The book game is where the Radical Right has been most comfortable in trying to justify its positions, by touting the amazing sales of books to support for what is contained within them. Even if those books are torn apart, even if those books are fact checked after the fact, even if those books are bought by folks and put into warehouses and then handed out as "gifts" for joining a website or attending an event, where there are MOAR opportunities to extract cash from the herds of folks who want to touch greatness.


Indeed. "Mein Kampf" was quite a popular book for its time as well.

From Wiki:
Although Hitler originally wrote this book mostly for the followers of National Socialism, it grew in popularity. From the royalties, Hitler was able to afford a Mercedes automobile while still imprisoned. Moreover, he accumulated a tax debt of 405,500 Reichsmark (about US$ 8 million today, or €6 million) from the sale of about 240,000 copies by the time he became chancellor in 1933 (at which time his debt was waived).[10][11]

After Hitler's rise to power, the book gained enormous popularity. (Two other books written by party members, Gottfried Feder's Breaking The Interest Slavery and Alfred Rosenberg's The Myth of the Twentieth Century, have since lapsed into comparative literary obscurity, and few intact copies of either are currently known to exist - including no known translations of Feder's book from the original German.) The book was in high demand in libraries and often reviewed and quoted in other publications. Hitler had made about 1.2 million Reichsmarks from the income of his book in 1933, when the average annual income of a teacher was about 4,800 Mark.[10][11] During Hitler's years in power, the book was given free to every newlywed couple and every soldier fighting at the front[citation needed]. By the end of the war, about 10 million copies of the book had been sold or distributed in Germany.
 
2012-08-09 10:43:45 AM  
I ... I actually tried to read that. But the derp exploded into billions of pieces on page 2 and I gave up.

I have to wonder where Ann gets so much anger from. I mean that person is really angry. All the time.
 
2012-08-09 10:49:25 AM  

Nadie_AZ: I have to wonder where Ann gets so much anger from. I mean that person is really angry. All the time.


You try keeping your peener between your thighs while wearing short skirts. It's not easy and it can hurt depending on the size of your heels.
 
2012-08-09 10:52:29 AM  

BritneysSpeculum: Nadie_AZ: I have to wonder where Ann gets so much anger from. I mean that person is really angry. All the time.

You try keeping your peener between your thighs while wearing short skirts. It's not easy and it can hurt depending on the size of your heels.


Now everyone in the office is staring at me and wondering what I just cracked up about

/and there's tea on my monitor
 
2012-08-09 11:00:23 AM  

Nadie_AZ: I ... I actually tried to read that. But the derp exploded into billions of pieces on page 2 and I gave up.

I have to wonder where Ann gets so much anger from. I mean that person is really angry. All the time.


No she's not. She's a "personality" and essentially, she's doing exactly what folks involved in the Long Con do. It's part acting, it's part manipulation, but it is a role. Just as much as Rush Limbaugh is a role. Just as much as Sarah Palin is a role. Just as much as Gretchen Carlson is a role. Or Michelle Bachmann is a role. These are folks who play a part, and when it gets hinkey, is when the lines between the role and their own lives blur, and that causes some folks a severe disconnect with reality.

The thing is, if you stay in a role too long, you get used to projecting that role. You lose the line between self and that mien. Sort of like a nerve that gets stuck firing, even after the damage has healed. She snaps and has played the role for so long, that it's reflex, not emotion that drives her. She has played the role long enough, that essentially her reactions are pre-programmed responses. The passion isn't there, the real human connection even underneath that comes with true antipathy isn't there. She is a mass of pre-programmed responses that are essentially Pavlovian, and it takes some time to root those out when she's on the road, and having to pimp a new campaign.

And that is kind of the sad thing about this pundit class. They were recruited for their moral and ethical "flexibility" and it has made them into caricatures of real human responses. Most of them don't believe much of what they spout, but they're paid, and paid well to ape it, and because things shift, they have to be flexible enough to shift and morph even the reasoning behind their act. Romney is nothing more than this sort of thing, writ large, and instead of playing pundit, he instead is supposed to be put into a "leadership" position, where his actions are dictated to him. And that is the real danger.

It was what folks wanted into office with Dan Quayle. It is exactly what we got with GW. Now, folks want a malleable puppet in office again, but the hand is poking through the fabric on this puppet, because he is so tissue thin on everything. He isn't a candidate, he is a cypher to project policy upon. Many of the pundit class are essentially just spouting their lines, and trying not to flub them too badly, and the successful ones manage to come up with internal justifications to project some semblance of verisimilitude and sincerity, while being able to morph that opinion for their team at a moment's notice...

In a lot of ways, I feel kind of bad for Little Orphan Annie. She is a broken human, and just looking for approval, and her job is essentially to project other folks' ideas as her own. It must grate on a human to just be a projection, for their entire career. Not when she can see classmates and colleagues who get to give their own analysis and their own work, and she is just turning in homework for approval, again and again. These Projection Dolls, they're damaged humans, and that is kind of sad making...
 
2012-08-09 11:25:39 AM  

hubiestubert: mr_bunny: Amazingly, this might be the one time I agree with her. This is a big deal for his campaign.

I can't stand him, though, so big whoop.

In fairness, this is less about the reading, than supporting the Justification Machine that churns out a LOT of books. Those books NEED to find homes. Even if those books wind up in warehouses, sold in lots to folks who then pass them out like party favors, they can only tout the "millions sold" and "best selling author" if someone actually gets the things into peoples' hands.

The book game is where the Radical Right has been most comfortable in trying to justify its positions, by touting the amazing sales of books to support for what is contained within them. Even if those books are torn apart, even if those books are fact checked after the fact, even if those books are bought by folks and put into warehouses and then handed out as "gifts" for joining a website or attending an event, where there are MOAR opportunities to extract cash from the herds of folks who want to touch greatness.

The Radical Right has invested a LOT into book mills, into faux think tanks to produce position papers to back positions and cherry pick to suit arguments. It has been their greatest strength for some time, and with the economy going in the sh*tter, those mills are in desperate need of cash, and the websites and backers can only warehouse so many books at once, to boost their sales numbers. There are only so many stars and current darlings who can be touted as "best selling" at any one time--and to be fair, Saint Sarah's book numbers mean that warehouses have only so much space. It was a fairly blatant money laundering scheme to pay her back for support and the boost for her appearances for some candidates, but there are a LOT of pundits who have books to sell, and to hype. That they are skewed and essentially propaganda as opposed to scholarship isn't important. They are product, and product needs to sell. The price tag on scholarship to ...


I just meant Karl Rove is a treasonous bastard.

The rest of it is her usual AW bile.
 
2012-08-09 11:26:15 AM  
It doesn't matter who the candidate is, she's already written her post-Election-Day column blaming Obama's victory on "the lack of a TRUE Conservative on the ballot."
 
2012-08-09 11:26:28 AM  
In the last few days, we've heard both George Will and Charles Krauthammer, otherwise intelligent people, repeating bogus Democratic talking points about how Joe McCarthy allegedly smeared innocents with false allegations.

I saw her on "This Week with George Stephonopolous" (sp? -- iit was just this last Sunday). She was showing no emotion as George Will let out his disdain for McCarthy.

She's been a McCarthy supporter because her dad was a McCarthy supporter (her dad also busted unions up -- she's written about both subjects and her love for her, now deceased parents, seems the only reasonable trait I've seen from her).

I was surprised she didn't mention it at the table right away -- !!!in defense of McCarthy!!! -- she made no attempt to show her position on the subject.

I'll say, out of all the freaks and wackos This Week has put on, they will save one spot for such ever few weeks: (Michelle Malkin, Bill Maher, and others including Coulter) she has been the most reasonable while sitting at the table.

She is not reasonable any other time.

/Yeah, Maher looked like an idiot when he went on This Week -- claiming Brazil was off oil and not willing to back down when the facts were presented even a week later
//Yeah, Michelle Malkin showed her angry face while on This Week -- very creepy
 
2012-08-09 11:37:04 AM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: BritneysSpeculum: Nadie_AZ: I have to wonder where Ann gets so much anger from. I mean that person is really angry. All the time.

You try keeping your peener between your thighs while wearing short skirts. It's not easy and it can hurt depending on the size of your heels.

Now everyone in the office is staring at me and wondering what I just cracked up about

/and there's tea on my monitor


It was the artful use of the word peener that put me over the edge. Well done, BritsSpec.

Can't stop laughing.
 
2012-08-09 11:39:40 AM  

make me some tea: hubiestubert: The book game is where the Radical Right has been most comfortable in trying to justify its positions, by touting the amazing sales of books to support for what is contained within them. Even if those books are torn apart, even if those books are fact checked after the fact, even if those books are bought by folks and put into warehouses and then handed out as "gifts" for joining a website or attending an event, where there are MOAR opportunities to extract cash from the herds of folks who want to touch greatness.

Indeed. "Mein Kampf" was quite a popular book for its time as well.

From Wiki:
Although Hitler originally wrote this book mostly for the followers of National Socialism, it grew in popularity. From the royalties, Hitler was able to afford a Mercedes automobile while still imprisoned. Moreover, he accumulated a tax debt of 405,500 Reichsmark (about US$ 8 million today, or €6 million) from the sale of about 240,000 copies by the time he became chancellor in 1933 (at which time his debt was waived).[10][11]

After Hitler's rise to power, the book gained enormous popularity. (Two other books written by party members, Gottfried Feder's Breaking The Interest Slavery and Alfred Rosenberg's The Myth of the Twentieth Century, have since lapsed into comparative literary obscurity, and few intact copies of either are currently known to exist - including no known translations of Feder's book from the original German.) The book was in high demand in libraries and often reviewed and quoted in other publications. Hitler had made about 1.2 million Reichsmarks from the income of his book in 1933, when the average annual income of a teacher was about 4,800 Mark.[10][11] During Hitler's years in power, the book was given free to every newlywed couple and every soldier fighting at the front[citation needed]. By the end of the war, about 10 million copies of the book had been sold or distributed in Germany.


The Arab translations are still big sellers.
 
2012-08-09 11:47:15 AM  
A McCarthy apologist?

Whatta maroon!
 
2012-08-09 11:51:40 AM  

vernonFL: What kind of terrible person defends Senator Joseph McCarthy???

Professional troll / Andy Kaufman in drag performance artist Ann Coulter.


It's the liberals that wrote the history books on McCarthy! He was a fine upstanding citizen doing things to protect our country that no one else had the guts to do!

And the Civil War wasn't about slavery.
 
2012-08-09 11:58:17 AM  

dletter: So, on top of all the other insanity about Ann Coulter.. she is also a Joe McCarthy supporter? Didn't realize that.


www.worldaffairsjournal.org

She's familiar with him.
 
2012-08-09 12:07:49 PM  

AdolfOliverPanties: dletter: So, on top of all the other insanity about Ann Coulter.. she is also a Joe McCarthy supporter? Didn't realize that.

[www.worldaffairsjournal.org image 600x537]

She's familiar with him.


Ann Coulter was born in 1961... McCarthy died in 1957..... if you believe in reincarnation, would McCarthy get moved down in his next life to be Ann Coulter?
 
2012-08-09 12:17:13 PM  

dletter: AdolfOliverPanties: dletter: So, on top of all the other insanity about Ann Coulter.. she is also a Joe McCarthy supporter? Didn't realize that.

[www.worldaffairsjournal.org image 600x537]

She's familiar with him.

Ann Coulter was born in 1961... McCarthy died in 1957..... if you believe in reincarnation, would McCarthy get moved down in his next life to be Ann Coulter?


Sure why not.
 
2012-08-09 12:25:55 PM  

Grand_Moff_Joseph: Don't want to poison my browser with a Townhall link...anyone care to summarize?


Coulter has a book coming out this week and Republicans don't read enough.
 
2012-08-09 12:29:52 PM  
God, that biatch is pure poison. If she misses another meal, maybe her heart will Breitbart itself.
 
2012-08-09 12:44:49 PM  
Well, that Republican doesn't read, obviously.

Do they really write this stuff with out laughing?
 
2012-08-09 01:21:53 PM  

dletter: So, on top of all the other insanity about Ann Coulter.. she is also a Joe McCarthy supporter? Didn't realize that.


Yeah, I love how she defended McCarthy while lambasting R'Money at the same time, WHILE showing similarities between McCarthy's Wheeling speech and Reid's claims.

O.o

*head asplode*
 
2012-08-09 01:23:19 PM  

Aarontology: basically, it was her saying the culture of anti-intellectualism the GOP fostered in order to win over idiots is going to hurt them long term.


Bingo.
 
2012-08-09 01:31:55 PM  

brap: A McCarthy apologist?

Whatta maroon!


Funny thing about McCarthy's accusations is that, on the surface, they weren't far-fetched. It was pretty easy to whip up the fear in the populace at that point. And, I'm sure there WERE some Communist sympathizers in the government at the time...maybe even a spy or two. But 57? I donno...

Also, IIRC, it was HOW McCarthy and his group handled it. It was like a kangaroo court, instead of an honest-to-God investigation with proper criminal charges (if anything anyone did was, in fact, criminal) and a fair trial, etc. Instead, it turned into a smear campaign based off of either loose facts or outright lies.
 
2012-08-09 01:42:07 PM  

hubiestubert: Nadie_AZ: I ... I actually tried to read that. But the derp exploded into billions of pieces on page 2 and I gave up.

I have to wonder where Ann gets so much anger from. I mean that person is really angry. All the time.

No she's not. She's a "personality" and essentially, she's doing exactly what folks involved in the Long Con do. It's part acting, it's part manipulation, but it is a role. Just as much as Rush Limbaugh is a role. Just as much as Sarah Palin is a role. Just as much as Gretchen Carlson is a role. Or Michelle Bachmann is a role. These are folks who play a part, and when it gets hinkey, is when the lines between the role and their own lives blur, and that causes some folks a severe disconnect with reality.

The thing is, if you stay in a role too long, you get used to projecting that role. You lose the line between self and that mien. Sort of like a nerve that gets stuck firing, even after the damage has healed. She snaps and has played the role for so long, that it's reflex, not emotion that drives her. She has played the role long enough, that essentially her reactions are pre-programmed responses. The passion isn't there, the real human connection even underneath that comes with true antipathy isn't there. She is a mass of pre-programmed responses that are essentially Pavlovian, and it takes some time to root those out when she's on the road, and having to pimp a new campaign.

And that is kind of the sad thing about this pundit class. They were recruited for their moral and ethical "flexibility" and it has made them into caricatures of real human responses. Most of them don't believe much of what they spout, but they're paid, and paid well to ape it, and because things shift, they have to be flexible enough to shift and morph even the reasoning behind their act. Romney is nothing more than this sort of thing, writ large, and instead of playing pundit, he instead is supposed to be put into a "leadership" position, where his actions are dictated to ...


She enjoys a very nice life due to this and it is certainly possible that having the reward is the justification. It certainly happens in Christian circles with televangelists. The reward justifies the message. The message itself becomes irrelevant.
 
2012-08-09 02:00:45 PM  
Too many alternate realities here for me to reconcile.

Sorry.
 
2012-08-09 02:11:40 PM  
A 2 page editorial from Mann Coulter? Now I am gonna show you that it ain't just conservatives that don't read, biatch.
 
2012-08-09 02:13:04 PM  

dletter: So, on top of all the other insanity about Ann Coulter.. she is also a Joe McCarthy supporter? Didn't realize that.


Any anti-communist would be. Are you still spying for the Soviets?
 
2012-08-09 02:13:59 PM  
FTFA: most conservatives can't be bothered to learn history.

Ain't that the truth.
 
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