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2012-10-09 09:21:23 PM  
9 votes:
I hate the word "bully". Say it a few times and it even stops sounding like a real word. Bully. Bullying. Bullied. What does it mean?

Let's start using some other terms: torture, intimidation, humiliation, assault.
2012-10-10 03:18:20 AM  
4 votes:
Dear Bullies,

Columbine.


Regards,
Bullied Kids.
2012-10-10 02:10:38 AM  
3 votes:
Sounds like the easiest three assault and battery convictions in the world. So what if they're kids? Charge them as juveniles. Throw them in juvy for a while. Make an example. In all honesty, if they assaulted someone in front of an adult with a video camera, they need a serious wake-up call right now anyway - that might do the job where other things have failed.
2012-10-10 01:56:23 AM  
3 votes:
I'm a dweeb and was bullied in school... but just LOOKING at that blonde bowl cut makes me want to dump him upside-down in a trashcan.
2012-10-09 09:26:22 PM  
3 votes:
When I was in high school I thought zero-tolerance rules were a bad idea. I have to wonder how much they cause additional problems since it just seems like another way to make sure the victim stays a victim.
2012-10-10 04:24:36 AM  
2 votes:
It's not bullying. It's assault.
2012-10-10 04:18:45 AM  
2 votes:
grinnel:

www.pocketberry.com
Wrap it up Charles Dickens. You're not getting paid by the word.
2012-10-10 03:40:58 AM  
2 votes:

AverageAmericanGuy: doglover: But you can always take a side and you should always side AGAINST bullies.

You probably wouldn't be surprised to hear that teachers will oftentimes not only take the side of the bullies, but will also single out the bullied kid in class, increasing the torment for him.


Just look at Ender Wiggin.
2012-10-10 03:05:40 AM  
2 votes:
And I agree with the poster about them likely being well connected. Let me share a story from my junior high school years.
There was a gang of five punks. They did what they wanted and the teachers oddly never corrected them. At the time Magic the Gathering was very popular. The whole library would be filled at lunch with kids quietly playing the game... until the punks walk in and start snatching decks. Just walk up and take it from you. You're just a kid, you call for help, the librarian pretends not to see them. They demand you pay them to get your deck back, you either pay or you never see it again. Eventually we got fed up and we organized. One genius among us organized a petition, we all signed it, and we made a big show presenting it to the principal. It detailed the attacks, names of the attackers, all our signatures, we were really proud of it. Next day, Magic the Gathering was banned.

Oh, it gets better.

Those same punks started wearing their hats backwards as a gang sign, and would harass anyone else wearing their hats backwards. Principal's solution: hats are banned at school. No exceptions. That means our student store sold hats with the school insignia, but you couldn't wear it on school grounds.

Why yes, they WERE the crotchfruit of well connected individuals.
2012-10-10 02:41:08 AM  
2 votes:

AverageAmericanGuy: Bullying is not something you can just "get over". It becomes part of who you are and your outlook towards others is shaped by your bad experiences.

I wasn't bullied. Rather, I was a bully, in the broadest sense of the term. I've held many kids by their ankles and dunked them in the toilet. I've stolen their books and locked their lockers with padlocks. It's something that I've grown out of, but I still carry around a little bit of that in me.

Telling someone to get over it is pretty callous. It negates their experiences and feelings. Rather, we should find ways to accept it as something that happened in the past and move on, accepting that there are scars that may never fully heal over.


I now have you favorited as "Blue : Douche"
2012-10-10 02:27:51 AM  
2 votes:
Interesting this should come out now.

Last week, my 13 year old granddaughter was being verbally harassed at her middle school by some boys who have been pulling this shiat since 6th grade. She got pissed off and punched one of them out. for that, she got sent home for the rest of the day. When her step-father went down to the school to pick her up and inquire about the incident, he asked what happened to the boys. They refused to tell him any more than that they "had consequences."

WTF?

Today, I learned the boy was joking about it in front of my granddaughter and she replied, "Yeah, it's pretty funny you got punched out by a girl."

I've got a feeling things are going to get interesting, especially since her mother, my daughter, is going down there for parent/teacher conferences tomorrow with fire in her eye. She's 6'1" and doesn't suffer fools.
2012-10-10 02:05:08 AM  
2 votes:
Suspended for three days for fighting back?

That's the saddest thing I ever heard.
2012-10-10 02:00:13 AM  
2 votes:
Can some of you web gurus explain to me why so many sites: DailyMail, HuffPo, AOL will have autoplay video AND place that autoplay video at the bottom of the page?

What is rationale for that?
2012-10-09 09:38:56 PM  
2 votes:

SpikeStrip: craig treadway.

why do black people always have the coolest names.


i232.photobucket.com
2012-10-10 11:51:09 AM  
1 votes:
CSB time.

My son was harassed by a kid in middle school that told him (every day) at lunch that he was going to beat him up after school. I tried to tell my son that since the kid never followed through with the threat that he should just ignore the kid, or laugh it off. Didn't work, neither did telling a teacher about the incident, and my son started dreading going to school and started hiding during lunch so the kid couldn't find him. I stepped in. I had a meeting with the principal, and told her she had three days (it was a Wednesday) to stop the situation (not talk with the kid, or his parents, but fully stop the situation). If, come Monday, the kid in question so much as approached my son, I had given my son permission to beat the living shiat out of the kid (my words exactly), and keep beating him until physically restrained by somebody. The principle was shocked beyond words, and haltingly told me that my son wold be suspended if he did that. I informed her that I would take vacation from work for that same amount of time and go to Disneyland as a reward for my son's bravery in stopping a situation that the school administration apparently had no ability to stop on their own.

My son never saw the kid again.
2012-10-10 10:10:51 AM  
1 votes:
Most people are the bully and bullied.
2012-10-10 09:04:54 AM  
1 votes:

Uncle Tractor: Fark_Guy_Rob: Personally, I think it's good. Kids need to be bullied when they are young.

How else are they going to be good Citizens? Being bullied prepares you for life. You can't stand up for yourself against a cop or the TSA.....you'll end up in jail. No, you bend over and take it like you did in 3rd grade when that big kid beat you for looking at him funny.

I was going to say something along the lines of "stupid or troll," but maybe you're just making a snarky comment on life in the US ...?


I was thinking more 'life in general'; at least in our modern societies. I really do think there are many, many, many parallels between Governments and Bullies - I suppose the US government is worse than most for the simple fact that it's darn-near impossible to get away from it. I live outside of the US - but I still need to fill out a stack of papers each and every year in the hopes that it appeases Uncle Sam so he doesn't (financially) beat the hell out of me.

I have to report how much I have in each and every over-seas bank account. I have to report who i work for and how much I make. I already pay taxes to the government here, but arguably, I use some resources and all that jazz - but even if I haven't set foot on US soil in the last decade - I'd better cross my T's and dot my I's.

I also firmly believe that, often times, the smartest thing you can do is just shut up and deal with it. For example, on the life of my Mother, I *swear* I was given an unjust speeding ticket by a cop in Nebraska while driving from IL to NV. I could have argued with the cop about the injustice (fight back against the bully), or I could have ratted out the cop to the judge (run to the teacher), or I could shut up, take it, pay the fine, and move on (get bullied). I honestly believe the optimal course of action for me in that situation was to bend over and take it. I paid the fee. I could have driven back to NE to appear for my court date or whatever, but just like the teacher in class, the court doesn't give a crap - they just want me to pay and the teacher just wants the brats to shut up.

Life is full of injustice, learning to deal with it seems healthy to me. I'm not saying we should necessarily encourage bullying; but I'm also not truthfully convinced it doesn't serve a purpose.
2012-10-10 08:01:48 AM  
1 votes:
Step one: Lose the buster brown haircut.
GBB
2012-10-10 07:57:31 AM  
1 votes:
I was bullied in grade school for several years. Somewhere around 3rd or 4th grade, I had enough. I was hit, tripped, and pushed to the ground. I got up and punched him straight in the throat. It had always been one of my "revenge fantasies" that I never had the nerve to try until then. He went to the hospital. I took a trip to the principal's office. Cops were called. Dad shows up. There were plenty of witnesses that corroborated the event. Administrators kept saying things like, "you should have ran and told a teacher". Tried that, didn't work, several times, a couple were directly to you. "You should never hit back." It's the only solution I hadn't tried, and I was taught that violence should be the last resort.

I was suspended for a week, had to write a half-assed apology. Dad took me on a week's vacation and told me that it's always my responsibility to protect myself, no one elses. I followed their rules and they did nothing to protect me, lesson learned. I stood up for myself and showed that I'm not as weak as my bully assumed, lesson learned.
2012-10-10 07:29:49 AM  
1 votes:
The truth is for all the media hype, schools couldn't possibly give less of a fark about bullying. The only thing they understand is threats to their livelihoods, so don't bother with councilors, principals and school boards. Simply lawyer up and call CNN.
2012-10-10 07:18:09 AM  
1 votes:

Mock26: Dear Bullies,

Columbine.


Regards,
Bullied Kids.


Please report to yesterday's "Columbine shooters were the bullies, not the bullied" thread. Read the linked book. Those two used to do shiat like follow mentally disabled students around bouncing basketballs off the back of their heads until they cried.
2012-10-10 06:45:53 AM  
1 votes:
PrinceofFark: I can attest to both sides of the coin as I was quite the Bully growing up. My parents were well off, I grew up in a world where I always had the newest toys the day they hit Toys R Us, the best summer camps, vacations 4x year, etc. When I went to grade school I simply assumed all of the other kids lived similar lives.


Boy, was I wrong


Instead, what I found was most of these kids were poor, slow witted and destined to become replica's of their very own parents. Long story short, I could not relate to a lot of the kids at school, and whenever I met another kid that fit this description, I beat the hell out of them. My parents put all of us through martial arts / self defence, I was the best trained child at the entire school by far. Any kid who didn't pay respect to me and steer clear at recess would get shaken down for their lunch money and a swift kick to the gut, mouth full of dirt, sleeper hold, etc.

I realize now that I am an adult that the reason I got away with all of this was the school just didn't care, my parents were big contributors to many of the schools interests including the fund raisers, it was simply bad business to upset any of us. Most of the kids that I bullied are still living in town today as grown ups, and you know, from the looks of it most of them ended up just fine. I was back in town last month visiting family and I ran into no less than 7 guys I knew growing up that I pushed around. None of them seemed to hold a grudge and all of them ended up having families and getting jobs, etc. Nothing spectacular but clearly, these poor little kids were able to grow a pair of balls and get over being pushed around by better kids in their youth. Actually, not a single person said a nasty word to me the entire time, they could all see how well i've done for myself since HS, I honestly think the look back at those formative years on the playground and thank me silently for what I did.

What I did toughened those loser kids up, and that is ...



Or more likely, that Secret Service squad you had surrounding you kept you from a proper payback, Mister Romney.


A Troll responding to a Troll.....
2012-10-10 06:37:44 AM  
1 votes:
Whomever this bully is, he seems to be a real future serial killer in the making. How dim & deranged must you be to actually go out and attack a kid on camera in full view of a new crew and their cameras? Bet his parents are Teabaggers with Romney signs in each corner of their front yard.

And the whole school staff from the Principal on down to the lunch lady need to be fired for this. They have video proof that they have a violent monster running loose in their school, and all they do is "look into it"? If this sort of thing happened at a factory or office building, the boss would have been taken away in handcuffs along with the perp for negligence that very day. Just because it's a school is no excuse to cut this sort of behavior any slack.

I mean yeah. The kid does have the "circumcised dick head" haircut, but that doesn't mean it's legal to attack him on sight. Point and laugh at him maybe, but not assault.
2012-10-10 05:49:41 AM  
1 votes:
Before everyone jumps all over the kids accused of performing the bullying, perhaps some perspective is required. Contrary to popular belief, not all children who bully end up as 'poor' adults, and not all children that are bullied (wusses) end up as adults who are too terrified of their own shadow and need help doing up their pants zipper still.

I can attest to both sides of the coin as I was quite the Bully growing up. My parents were well off, I grew up in a world where I always had the newest toys the day they hit Toys R Us, the best summer camps, vacations 4x year, etc. When I went to grade school I simply assumed all of the other kids lived similar lives.


Boy, was I wrong


Instead, what I found was most of these kids were poor, slow witted and destined to become replica's of their very own parents. Long story short, I could not relate to a lot of the kids at school, and whenever I met another kid that fit this description, I beat the hell out of them. My parents put all of us through martial arts / self defence, I was the best trained child at the entire school by far. Any kid who didn't pay respect to me and steer clear at recess would get shaken down for their lunch money and a swift kick to the gut, mouth full of dirt, sleeper hold, etc.

I realize now that I am an adult that the reason I got away with all of this was the school just didn't care, my parents were big contributors to many of the schools interests including the fund raisers, it was simply bad business to upset any of us. Most of the kids that I bullied are still living in town today as grown ups, and you know, from the looks of it most of them ended up just fine. I was back in town last month visiting family and I ran into no less than 7 guys I knew growing up that I pushed around. None of them seemed to hold a grudge and all of them ended up having families and getting jobs, etc. Nothing spectacular but clearly, these poor little kids were able to grow a pair of balls and get over being pushed around by better kids in their youth. Actually, not a single person said a nasty word to me the entire time, they could all see how well i've done for myself since HS, I honestly think the look back at those formative years on the playground and thank me silently for what I did.

What I did toughened those loser kids up, and that is a fact. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger, that is life. We need to step back as parents and let kids be kids. I am all grown up now and have my own kids, two wonderful boys. They remind us of me at my age, dominant, aggressive and full of energy. They are already taking over the other boys in social settings, this isn't something you want to neuter in your child, rather cultivate in a healthy fashion. I'm sure both of my boys bully other weaker and timid kids at school. Big deal, that's life and everyone finds their way eventually.
2012-10-10 04:29:14 AM  
1 votes:
Personally, I think it's good. Kids need to be bullied when they are young.

How else are they going to be good Citizens? Being bullied prepares you for life. You can't stand up for yourself against a cop or the TSA.....you'll end up in jail. No, you bend over and take it like you did in 3rd grade when that big kid beat you for looking at him funny.

Bullying is unpredictable - just like life. There are no reasons or explanations....just like life. It prevents people from noticing the absolute absurdity of our tax systems and legal systems. It teaches people to accept things that would be hard to change and to get used to living with things you hate.
2012-10-10 04:22:17 AM  
1 votes:

Smiledriver: I was bullied in jr. high and really wish I wasn't such a good kid and listened to grown ups. They all said fighting doesn't solve anything and whatnot.

I wish someone would have just told me it was alright to defend myself. II was huge as a kid, I would have smashed that bully so hard his kids would be born crosseyed.

Let your kids know if they're being beaten and humilitated: fight back.


That really only works if you are big and strong. Bullies are happy enough to go back to picking on kids smaller than them.
2012-10-10 04:18:59 AM  
1 votes:

padraig: doglover: You gotta realize some people are literally asking for it. They do everything possible to piss everyone off all the time, and they play the martyr card when everyone's pissed at them.

That's sadly true. My 11-yo stepson is regularly bullied, but frankly, it's his own damn fault. He's got absolutely no filter between his brain and his mouth, he has absolutely no social intelligence, and think that if he just says whatever he thinks, people will simply see the light of day, and realise he's right, and if he's right, they can't be mad at him. Mix that with a very egocentric point of view, a very short temper, and an emotional immaturity that makes him sometimes react like a 5-yo, and people very quickly become very pissed at him, and he lose all chances to make friends. You see that every time he gets in a new environnement (new class, club, camp, etc...), where his relations to the whole group deteriorates in a matter of days.
So, yeah, I can understand when those kind of people gets bullied.
But some are bullied only because they are different (gay, geeky, ugly...)


He reminds me of someone I know very well...
2012-10-10 04:10:19 AM  
1 votes:
I was bullied in jr. high and really wish I wasn't such a good kid and listened to grown ups. They all said fighting doesn't solve anything and whatnot.

I wish someone would have just told me it was alright to defend myself. II was huge as a kid, I would have smashed that bully so hard his kids would be born crosseyed.

Let your kids know if they're being beaten and humilitated: fight back.
2012-10-10 04:00:02 AM  
1 votes:

doglover: You gotta realize some people are literally asking for it. They do everything possible to piss everyone off all the time, and they play the martyr card when everyone's pissed at them.


That's sadly true. My 11-yo stepson is regularly bullied, but frankly, it's his own damn fault. He's got absolutely no filter between his brain and his mouth, he has absolutely no social intelligence, and think that if he just says whatever he thinks, people will simply see the light of day, and realise he's right, and if he's right, they can't be mad at him. Mix that with a very egocentric point of view, a very short temper, and an emotional immaturity that makes him sometimes react like a 5-yo, and people very quickly become very pissed at him, and he lose all chances to make friends. You see that every time he gets in a new environnement (new class, club, camp, etc...), where his relations to the whole group deteriorates in a matter of days.
So, yeah, I can understand when those kind of people gets bullied.
But some are bullied only because they are different (gay, geeky, ugly...)
2012-10-10 03:21:23 AM  
1 votes:

AlwaysRightBoy: AbbeySomeone: AlwaysRightBoy: Earguy: I hate the word "bully". Say it a few times and it even stops sounding like a real word. Bully. Bullying. Bullied. What does it mean?

Let's start using some other terms: torture, intimidation, humiliation, assault.

But they're just kids being kids!!!!

/likes your terms better

Some adults still behave this way. It is a personality defect.

I have a 42-year-old guy at work who's one of the biggest bullys I know.

/I keep telling him he needs therapy


purely psychosomatic

/Lie down on the couch!
//What does that mean?
2012-10-10 03:17:26 AM  
1 votes:
MIchael Doerrer needs to be punched in the face. Acknowledging the problem but punishing this kid for finally standing up for himself? fark him.
2012-10-10 03:11:23 AM  
1 votes:

Aulus: Yup, you are right.

However, when the harassment has gone on for two years and the school has done exactly zip to stop it, despite all their claims of stopping bullying, I think she can be excused for losing it, just that once.

Also, as you might have missed it, she is responding back now with words but the boys now also know that when it crosses the line, they are not safe.


No, hes not right. Theres nothing wrong with some people getting a good solid smack in the face, especially when they're provoking someone. Really, it should happen more often. As a matter of fact, it should happen all the time to people like Bloomberg and Limbaugh. You should be proud of your granddaugter, she stopped putting up with their crap and gave em a smack. I'd take that over some mealy larva-child anyday.

Wayne 985: Pete_T_Mann: PacManDreaming: One man's torture, intimidation, humiliation and assault are another man's fun, mirth, delight and merriment⸮

Yeah, that video was pretty damn funny. I guess it was supposed to be serious and
solemn, like seeing a rape or murder caught on tape, but I couldn't stop chuckling.

Wayne 985: Punched in the face and you hit back? That's a suspension, if you're lucky. Administrators "can't pick sides."

Sure they can. A repeat offender gets in a fight with a straight A student that's never had any problems and you think they should get the same punishment?

You misunderstand. I'm ridiculing the administrators for their poor judgment.


My bad. Broken meter I reckon. Or maybe opiates.
2012-10-10 03:00:58 AM  
1 votes:
The "Two students fighting are punished equally" bullshiat was present when I was in high school. It set up an easy system for bullies to abuse, as anyone who was concerned about keeping a clean record wouldn't report it. Seriously, I got detention for reporting that someone punched me. The other student was also given detention. We were then released at the same time from detention to an empty school with no witnesses, he kicked my ass. I didn't report it, because then I'd have been suspended.

fark this system.
2012-10-10 02:44:19 AM  
1 votes:

Mazzic518: AverageAmericanGuy: Bullying is not something you can just "get over". It becomes part of who you are and your outlook towards others is shaped by your bad experiences.

I wasn't bullied. Rather, I was a bully, in the broadest sense of the term. I've held many kids by their ankles and dunked them in the toilet. I've stolen their books and locked their lockers with padlocks. It's something that I've grown out of, but I still carry around a little bit of that in me.

Telling someone to get over it is pretty callous. It negates their experiences and feelings. Rather, we should find ways to accept it as something that happened in the past and move on, accepting that there are scars that may never fully heal over.

I now have you favorited as "Blue : Douche"


www.m3post.com
2012-10-10 02:42:46 AM  
1 votes:

PacManDreaming: One man's torture, intimidation, humiliation and assault are another man's fun, mirth, delight and merriment⸮


Yeah, that video was pretty damn funny. I guess it was supposed to be serious and
solemn, like seeing a rape or murder caught on tape, but I couldn't stop chuckling.

Wayne 985: Punched in the face and you hit back? That's a suspension, if you're lucky. Administrators "can't pick sides."


Sure they can. A repeat offender gets in a fight with a straight A student that's never had any problems and you think they should get the same punishment?
2012-10-10 02:39:31 AM  
1 votes:

Aulus: Interesting this should come out now.

Last week, my 13 year old granddaughter was being verbally harassed at her middle school by some boys who have been pulling this shiat since 6th grade. She got pissed off and punched one of them out. for that, she got sent home for the rest of the day. When her step-father went down to the school to pick her up and inquire about the incident, he asked what happened to the boys. They refused to tell him any more than that they "had consequences."

WTF?

Today, I learned the boy was joking about it in front of my granddaughter and she replied, "Yeah, it's pretty funny you got punched out by a girl."

I've got a feeling things are going to get interesting, especially since her mother, my daughter, is going down there for parent/teacher conferences tomorrow with fire in her eye. She's 6'1" and doesn't suffer fools.


What do you mean by "verbal harassment?" It is not all right to punch people, although I am glad that all the school did was send her home for the day. The boys should also be punished, but children will tease other children, and your grand daughter should learn to respond in words (like she did the second time,) or ignore the dolts. Violence should only be employed to defend against violence.
2012-10-10 02:26:46 AM  
1 votes:
Yo dog, I heard you like to talk about being bullied while you are being bullied.
2012-10-10 02:08:02 AM  
1 votes:

drjekel_mrhyde: Some asshats tried to bully me and my brother in 1st grade till we told our bigger cousin.
/First and only time ever I seen three dudes get their ass kicked by one person in real life.


Man, that's nothing. I could probably beat up FOUR first-graders at once.
2012-10-10 02:06:27 AM  
1 votes:
Some asshats tried to bully me and my brother in 1st grade till we told our bigger cousin.
/First and only time ever I seen three dudes get their ass kicked by one person in real life.
2012-10-10 02:05:29 AM  
1 votes:
Bullying is not something you can just "get over". It becomes part of who you are and your outlook towards others is shaped by your bad experiences.

I wasn't bullied. Rather, I was a bully, in the broadest sense of the term. I've held many kids by their ankles and dunked them in the toilet. I've stolen their books and locked their lockers with padlocks. It's something that I've grown out of, but I still carry around a little bit of that in me.

Telling someone to get over it is pretty callous. It negates their experiences and feelings. Rather, we should find ways to accept it as something that happened in the past and move on, accepting that there are scars that may never fully heal over.
2012-10-10 02:03:28 AM  
1 votes:
Bullies are untouchables typically, both from the students and the despicable faculty (some of them are good people though).

And if they happen to be football players? Hah. You should be ashamed for trying to resist. 

/not many pleasant memories of high school unless you count revenge fantasies
2012-10-10 02:01:07 AM  
1 votes:
What is the more credible news source, Daily Mail or The Onion?
2012-10-10 12:36:05 AM  
1 votes:

coco ebert: Earguy: I hate the word "bully". Say it a few times and it even stops sounding like a real word. Bully. Bullying. Bullied. What does it mean?

Let's start using some other terms: torture, intimidation, humiliation, assault.

Seriously, this. Kids chasing other kids to beat them? That was not how bullying worked in my day, and I was bullied. It wasn't nice but it wasn't this ... physical.


Girls bully others but usually don't resort to physical violence. Cruelty, slandering gossip, etc are the preferred tools.
Those boys showing such disregard for witnesses and cameras is indicative of a serious problem.
2012-10-09 11:51:32 PM  
1 votes:

Earguy: I hate the word "bully". Say it a few times and it even stops sounding like a real word. Bully. Bullying. Bullied. What does it mean?

Let's start using some other terms: torture, intimidation, humiliation, assault.


Seriously, this. Kids chasing other kids to beat them? That was not how bullying worked in my day, and I was bullied. It wasn't nice but it wasn't this ... physical.
2012-10-09 10:17:44 PM  
1 votes:

SpikeStrip: craig treadway.

why do black people always have the coolest names.


billfoxrocks.com

No shiat!
2012-10-09 09:32:35 PM  
1 votes:

Earguy: I hate the word "bully". Say it a few times and it even stops sounding like a real word. Bully. Bullying. Bullied. What does it mean?

Let's start using some other terms: torture, intimidation, humiliation, assault.


But they're just kids being kids!!!!

/likes your terms better
 
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