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(Huffington Post)   The CMAs were last night, and it seems the country music industry is doing to Taylor Swift what John Mayer and the Kennedy kid did   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 213
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2012-11-02 04:30:46 PM

Wellon Dowd: This cuddly, Taylor Swift-shiat has to stop. It's not real country music.

[i.imgur.com image 480x600]

Kick ass!


Joe Pesci has aged pretty well.
 
2012-11-02 04:32:25 PM
Tim Hus. Good old Alberta country.
 
2012-11-02 04:35:37 PM
If Talyor Swift came up to me and proved that in order to save the lives of 16 orphan toddlers I would have to defeat her in hand to hand combat of her choosing, I would reluctantly punch her in the face repeatedly until she was utterly defeated, praying that she wouldn't suffer a debilitating head injury resulting in blindness or memory loss.

Then I would feel bad, yet relieved. Also timidly hopeful that none of the spared toddlers would become the next Hitler.

/for the children
 
2012-11-02 04:38:21 PM
No CMA award? That's as it should be. Swift is not exactly going to be mistaken for Loretta Lynn or Crystal Gayle. If she's won anything in the past, that's worth getting upset about, maybe.
 
2012-11-02 04:40:27 PM

MorePeasPlease: If Talyor Swift came up to me and proved that in order to save the lives of 16 orphan toddlers I would have to defeat her in hand to hand combat ....


that is as far as she would get before being fisted to death.
 
2012-11-02 04:44:23 PM

Wellon Dowd: red5ish: I'm pretty sure that David Cassidy didn't give a rip about my opinion of him or his music and I'm pretty sure Taylor Swift doesn't either.

Good comparison. I don't give a damn about either's music but I will fap myself raw while looking at pictures of them.


Yah, I don't know if I've ever heard a complete song by either of them, but I hate to think what evil I would be willing to do in order to be the meat in a Taylor Swift/Faith Hill sandwich.

/yeah, I have a "type". Sue me
 
2012-11-02 04:44:47 PM
I'm thinking the number of country songs in existence that could be described as "epic" or "masterpiece" is somewhere in the neighborhood of 0-2.
 
2012-11-02 04:51:24 PM

browntimmy: I'm thinking the number of country songs in existence that could be described as "epic" or "masterpiece" is somewhere in the neighborhood of 0-2.


Then you're a pretentious ass. Just about anything by Townes Van Zandt could be described as a masterpiece. An that's not counting Hank Williams, M
 
2012-11-02 04:52:01 PM
Merle
 
2012-11-02 04:52:04 PM

titwrench: HKWolf: But still....Mac McAnally? The name is just....it's something he probably should have changed long ago. Oh and i'm sure he's never been teased about it. No way.

I have an uncle named Mac McCullough same thing. Some people enjoy giving their children alliterate names.


"Mac" is his nickname, not given name.
 
2012-11-02 04:52:39 PM

browntimmy: I'm thinking the number of country songs in existence that could be described as "epic" or "masterpiece" is somewhere in the neighborhood of 0-2.


"Whiskey River" puts the number at > 1
 
2012-11-02 04:53:15 PM

Sapper_Topo: tnpir: Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert are fantastic and deserve those awards

I honestly thought Jason Aldean deserved it more than Blake but I have to admit seeing Blak and Miranda so farked up was refreshing. Blake even admitted he was trashed. It gave me new found respect for him.


Agreed - that was pretty funny. But then, I've been a Blake Shelton fan since "Some Beach" so I was pretty happy for him.
 
2012-11-02 04:56:12 PM

FLMountainMan: A life of drug addiction does not somehow make you "real country"


It is sufficient grounds to call yourself a musician, though.


/gonna write a song called "Acid 'n' Bennies" as soon as my pen stops breathing purple-scented bubbles.
 
2012-11-02 04:56:52 PM

Crewmannumber6: Merle


Buck freaking Owens
 
2012-11-02 05:01:12 PM

Wellon Dowd: [i.imgur.com image 120x141]


She's no Alizee.
 
2012-11-02 05:05:55 PM

red5ish: Eternal Virgin: I don't know anything about Country music because I'm just a humble beaner, but...

[i47.tinypic.com image 500x750]

This is Julie Ho or whatever, I'm sure I got her name wrong but if I was deaf I would totally love Country.

Hate to be the one to break it to you but Julianne Hough is a Mormon, a Romney supporter, and has been dating Ryan Seacrest for the last 3 years. She is good looking but I find the above mentioned traits repellent.


Well in my fantasy she actually wants to have sex with me. If reality can be suspended to that awe-inspiring degree clearing up her politics won't be an issue.
 
2012-11-02 05:07:41 PM

ChrisDe: titwrench: HKWolf: But still....Mac McAnally? The name is just....it's something he probably should have changed long ago. Oh and i'm sure he's never been teased about it. No way.

I have an uncle named Mac McCullough same thing. Some people enjoy giving their children alliterate names.

"Mac" is his nickname, not given name.


Really?
 
2012-11-02 05:13:12 PM

dletter: I mean, you are going to tell me "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" is a country song?


Some people think I Will Wait for You by Mumford and Sons belongs on rock radio, so maybe....
 
2012-11-02 05:16:09 PM

dletter: Is she even really country anymore? I mean, you are going to tell me "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" is a country song? In that case, I am incensed that Katy Perry didn't even get nominated for any CMAs!

Although, it did give us the very good Breaking Bad parody of the song/video... Link


Pretty much this, but I prefer the parody by The Key of Awesome.
 
2012-11-02 05:20:11 PM
Well we're losing all the outlaws
that had to stand their ground
and they're being replaced by these kids
from a manufactured town
And they don't have no idea
about sorrow and woe
'Cause they're all just too damn busy
kissin' ass on Music Row

So I'm here to put the "dick" in Dixie
and the "coont" back in country
'Cause the kind of country I hear nowdays
is a bunch of farkin' shiat to me
And they say that I'm ill-mannered
that I'm gonna self-destruct
But if you know what I'm thinkin'
you'll know that pop country really sucks

And if you know what I'm thinkin'
you'll know that pop country really sucks
 
2012-11-02 05:22:49 PM
She puts out an album that has a bunch of pop and dance tunes on it, and doesn't win any country music awards !? I'm speechless.

/Public Enemy was robbed of the 1988 best Rock/Metal performance grammy !!!!
 
2012-11-02 05:23:21 PM

dletter: Is she even really country anymore? I mean, you are going to tell me "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" is a country song? In that case, I am incensed that Katy Perry didn't even get nominated for any CMAs!


Country music in the sense of the CMAs or the radio is a marketing term referring loosely to the target audience of the product. It doesn't actually have anything to do with the content or the composition of the music itself. Same as Rock or Urban, for instance. Or Pop. It's entirely possible for a given song to work in two or more such categories at once, it's not like, say, Blues, where a song is or isn't Blues based on whether it uses the 0/5/7 chord progression and its subcategory is based on quantitative factors like whether a steel guitar or acoustic is used, etc.

//And, yes, a song with a specific musical category (blues, bluegrass, rap, electro, etc) can often also belong to one or more marketing categories (country, rock, pop). I'm also not down on the industry for preferring the latter, I would kind of question any industry that wasn't more focused on who is buying the product than the details of its design.
 
2012-11-02 05:25:17 PM

Ow! That was my feelings!: Well we're losing all the outlaws
that had to stand their ground
and they're being replaced by these kids
from a manufactured town
And they don't have no idea
about sorrow and woe
'Cause they're all just too damn busy
kissin' ass on Music Row

So I'm here to put the "dick" in Dixie
and the "coont" back in country
'Cause the kind of country I hear nowdays
is a bunch of farkin' shiat to me
And they say that I'm ill-mannered
that I'm gonna self-destruct
But if you know what I'm thinkin'
you'll know that pop country really sucks

And if you know what I'm thinkin'
you'll know that pop country really sucks


You better watch out, man. Once the country DJs know that you're an outlaw, they'll never come to see you in this dive...

//Kinda fond of this genre, heh.
 
2012-11-02 05:26:19 PM

SirDigbyChickenCaesar: Well I was drunk the day my mom got outta prison
and I went to pick her up in the rain
but before I could get to the station in my pickup truck
she got runned over by a damned old train


/you don't have to call me darlin, darlin.


and not it's officially a country song

/welcome to Willie's Roadhouse
 
2012-11-02 05:36:41 PM
Do you know what you get when you play country music backwards?

You get your wife back, your horse back, your dog back....
 
2012-11-02 05:42:19 PM

Kurmudgeon: dletter: I mean, you are going to tell me "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" is a country song?

Some people think I Will Wait for You by Mumford and Sons belongs on rock radio, so maybe....


Yup. Hell, I work for a Hot A/C station and we're playing Mumford and Taylor. I love Mumford but they in no way fit our format.
 
2012-11-02 05:43:56 PM

monoski: TrainingWheelsNeeded: SlothB77: Swift may be a good songwriter, but she is far from the best country vocalist or the best live show.

/also, i believe subby was going with 'The CMA's, John Mayer and the Kennedy kid all left her empty handed'. No rock. No stone. No medal. No award.

I was thinking the pooper thing.

Gonna have to clean the santorum monoski off


ftftrou
 
2012-11-02 05:51:33 PM
She really takes the 'O' out of 'Country'.
 
2012-11-02 05:53:21 PM

red5ish: Eternal Virgin: I don't know anything about Country music because I'm just a humble beaner, but...

[i47.tinypic.com image 500x750]

This is Julie Ho or whatever, I'm sure I got her name wrong but if I was deaf I would totally love Country.

Hate to be the one to break it to you but Julianne Hough is a Mormon, a Romney supporter, and has been dating Ryan Seacrest for the last 3 years. She is good looking but I find the above mentioned traits repellent.


That's because you're a bigot.

So much for your vaunted 'liberal tolerance'.
 
2012-11-02 05:55:00 PM
Didn't watch the CMA; any mention of (songwriter) Bill Dees who passed away a few days back?
 
2012-11-02 06:04:14 PM
Flipping through the channels last night I stumbled upon the CMA's for a few minutes to see this song about "moterboatin' on a pontoon" being performed by some contrived Disney-looking vocal quartet. It was so pandering and phoney, it looked like a Christoper Guest parody.
 
2012-11-02 06:12:28 PM
Wrote some of Jason Aldeans hits, still wins nothing.

Link
 
2012-11-02 06:15:43 PM

browntimmy: I'm thinking the number of country songs in existence that could be described as "epic" or "masterpiece" is somewhere in the neighborhood of 0-2.


He Stopped Loving Her Today - George Jones
Before the Next Teardrop Falls - Freddy Fender
The Gambler - Kenny Rogers
Good Hearted Woman - Waylon Jennings

and most important of all:
This Cowboy's Hat - Chris Ledoux
 
2012-11-02 06:22:39 PM
Seven Spanish Angels - Willie Nelson and Ray Charles
Pancho and Lefty - Willie Nelson
Lonesome Dove - Michael Martin Murphy
 
2012-11-02 06:34:57 PM
Maybe she'll write a song about the failed relationship between her and the CMA.
 
2012-11-02 06:43:38 PM
"CMA Winners 2012: Blake Shelton Takes Home Hardware, Taylor Swift Does Not"

I've got some hardware she...

Know what? Nevermind.

/totally would
//but that joke is too damn stale
 
2012-11-02 06:53:33 PM

Prey4reign: Maybe she'll write a song about the failed relationship between her and the CMA.


DAC already cut Pussy Whipped Again
 
2012-11-02 07:00:23 PM

douchebag/hater: red5ish: Eternal Virgin: I don't know anything about Country music because I'm just a humble beaner, but...

[i47.tinypic.com image 500x750]

This is Julie Ho or whatever, I'm sure I got her name wrong but if I was deaf I would totally love Country.

Hate to be the one to break it to you but Julianne Hough is a Mormon, a Romney supporter, and has been dating Ryan Seacrest for the last 3 years. She is good looking but I find the above mentioned traits repellent.

That's because you're a bigot.

So much for your vaunted 'liberal tolerance'.


Where I come from we know what to do with you "Seacrest lovers".
 
2012-11-02 07:15:11 PM

GRCooper: browntimmy: I'm thinking the number of country songs in existence that could be described as "epic" or "masterpiece" is somewhere in the neighborhood of 0-2.

"Whiskey River" puts the number at > 1


erm, "> than 0". I'm a tard. Since I owe one or two:

"El Paso"
"Blue Eyes Cryin' in the Rain"
"Rocky Top"
"I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry"
"Kentucky Rain"
"Green, Green Grass of Home"
"Help Me Make It Through the Night"

/and I'm not even a country fan
 
2012-11-02 07:16:37 PM

Wellon Dowd: [i.imgur.com image 350x196]
[i.imgur.com image 400x800]
[i.imgur.com image 400x800]


She has filled out quite nicely, and she's getting just old enough that I don't feel quite as creepy for noticing.
 
2012-11-02 07:26:10 PM
Taylor, I have some hardware you can take home, it just needs a warm moist place to display it.
 
2012-11-02 07:34:32 PM

FLMountainMan: I love the farkers in this thread who think that country is exceptional in some way -

THE LYRICS ARE STUPID AND TRIVIAL - go back and listen to the Beatles' lyrics.

JOHNNY CASH IS REAL COUNTRY - how many songs did he actually write? A life of drug addiction does not somehow make you "real country"

THEY'RE NOT EVEN REAL COWBOYS - pssstttt - Ice Cube's average day does not involve using an AK-47. Never has. Dave Matthews does not have an actual satellite in his eyes.

THEY PLAY ON RACIAL STEREOTYPES - see Ice Cube comment above.


It sounds exceptionally bad. Give me anything Johnny Cash wrote over anything that a country radio station has played in the past 25 years.
 
2012-11-02 07:38:41 PM

red5ish: Hate to be the one to break it to you but Julianne Hough is a Mormon, a Romney supporter, and has been dating Ryan Seacrest for the last 3 years. She is good looking but I find the above mentioned traits repellent.


People like you are the reason the words "liberal tolerance" is becoming an oxymoron. Your kind are the most close-minded, petty, immature people there are. You only tolerate those who have the same exact views as yourself and loudly insult those who don't.

I'm conservative and the love of my life is practically a communist. We strongly disagree on a lot of issues but in the end what matters is how we love each other.
 
2012-11-02 07:47:38 PM

peterthx: red5ish: Hate to be the one to break it to you but Julianne Hough is a Mormon, a Romney supporter, and has been dating Ryan Seacrest for the last 3 years. She is good looking but I find the above mentioned traits repellent.

People like you are the reason the words "liberal tolerance" is becoming an oxymoron. Your kind are the most close-minded, petty, immature people there are. You only tolerate those who have the same exact views as yourself and loudly insult those who don't.

I'm conservative and the love of my life is practically a communist. We strongly disagree on a lot of issues but in the end what matters is how we love each other.


Hey now, there's tolerance, then there's "used to date Ryan Seacrest" tolerance. Somethings just can't be overlooked.
 
2012-11-02 07:48:29 PM
Like spacebars. Never overlook your spacebar. It can turn some thing into something.
 
2012-11-02 07:49:28 PM

Jamdug!: She really takes the 'O' out of 'Country'.


And puts it into her "OH" face.
 
2012-11-02 07:55:43 PM

FLMountainMan: how many songs did he actually write?


Writer(s) Johnny Cash

Katy Too
I Walk the Line
Big River
Cry! Cry! Cry!
Don't Take Your Guns to Town
Flesh and Blood (Johnny Cash song)
The Folk Singer
Folsom Prison Blues
Get Rhythm
Hey, Porter
Home of the Blues
I Still Miss Someone
The Man Comes Around
Man in Black
The Matador
So Doggone Lonesome
Tennessee Flat Top Box
Understand Your Man
What Is Truth

That is from a fast Google search.
 
2012-11-02 08:00:32 PM

Kuroshin: Hey now, there's tolerance, then there's "used to date Ryan Seacrest" tolerance. Somethings just can't be overlooked.


s3.vidimg02.popscreen.com

Touché
 
2012-11-02 08:02:40 PM

Smeggy Smurf: browntimmy: I'm thinking the number of country songs in existence that could be described as "epic" or "masterpiece" is somewhere in the neighborhood of 0-2.

He Stopped Loving Her Today - George Jones
Before the Next Teardrop Falls - Freddy Fender
The Gambler - Kenny Rogers
Good Hearted Woman - Waylon Jennings

and most important of all:
This Cowboy's Hat - Chris Ledoux




128 "King Of The Road" - Roger Miller
127 "Lonesome On'ry and Mean" - Waylon Jennings
126 "Blood Red And Goin' Down" - Tanya Tucker
125 "Candy Kisses" - George Morgan
124 "Orange Blossom Special" - Johnny Cash
123 "Take This Job and Shove It" - Johnny Paycheck
122 "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye" - Eddy Arnold
121 "18 Wheels and a Dozen Roses" - Kathy Mattea
120 "Rose Garden (aka I Never Promised You A Rose Garden)" - Lynn Anderson
119 "You Never Even Called Me By My Name" - David Allen Coe
118 "Why Don't Ya Love Me" - Hank Williams, Sr.
117 "Country Bumpkin" - Cal Smith
116 "He Thinks He'll Keep Her" - Mary Chapin Carpenter
115 "Blue Suede Shoes" - Carl Perkins
114 "Amarillo By Morning" - George Strait
113 "North To Alaska" - Johnny Horton
112 "Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind" - George Strait
111 "I'm Not Lisa" - Jessi Colter
110 "If You've Got The Money, I've Got The Time" - Lefty Frizzell
109 "The Gambler" - Kenny Rogers
108 "Silver Medals, and Sweet Memories" - Statler Brothers
107 "Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way?" - Waylon Jennings
106 "Lookin' At The World Through a Windshield" - Del Reeves
105 "A Thousand Miles From Nowhere" - Dwight Yoakam
104 "Walkin' After Midnight" - Patsy Cline
103 "Long Gone Lonesome Blues" - Hank Williams, Sr.
102 "Tennessee River" - Alabama
101 "Giddyup Go" - Red Sovine
100 "Wildwood Flower" - The Carter Family
99 "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" - Tammy Wynette
98 "Cool Water" - Bob Nolan & The Sons Of The Pioneers
97 "What a Difference You've Made In My Life" - Ronnie Milsap
96 "Is Anybody Goin' To San Antone" - Charley Pride
95 "Sweet Dreams" - Patsy Cline
94 "Long Black Veil" - Lefty Frizzell
93 "Linda On My Mind" - Conway Twitty
92 "Phantom 309″ - Red Sovine
91 "There Goes My Everything" - Jack Greene
90 "Kaw-Liga" - Hank Williams, Sr.
89 "You Don't Even Know Who I Am" - Patty Loveless
88 "Cold, Cold Heart" - Hank Williams, Sr
87 "The Year That Clayton Delaney Died" - Tom T. Hall
86 "I Need You" - Sonny James
85 "Uncle Pen" - Bill Monroe
84 "There's No Getting Over Me" - Ronnie Milsap
83 "Behind Closed Doors" - Charlie Rich
82 "It Must Be Love" - Don Williams
81 "Seven Year Ache" - Rosanne Cash
80 "Silver Wings" - Merle Haggard
79 "You Are My Sunshine" - Jimmie Davis
78 "Sleeping Single in a Double Bed" - Barbara Mandrell
77 "Harper Valley P.T.A." - Jeannie C. Riley
76 "Luckenbach, Texas" - Waylon Jennings
75 "She's Got You" - Patsy Cline
74 "Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys" - Willie Nelson & Waylon Jennings
73 "Lead Me On" - Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn
72 "Jolene" - Dolly Parton
71 "I'm Movin' On" - Hank Snow
70 "Love in the Hot Afternoon" - Gene Watson
69 "Waltz Across Texas" - Ernest Tubb
68 "You've Never Been This Far Before" - Conway Twitty
67 "Help Me Make It Through The Night" - Sammi Smith
66 "Here's a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)" - Travis Tritt
65 "Crazy Arms" - Ray Price
64 "Sunday Morning Comin' Down" - Johnny Cash
63. "Coca Cola Cowboy" - Mel Tillis
62 "Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man" - Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn
61 "Pure Love" - Ronnie Milsap
60 "Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain" - Willie Nelson
59 "Rocky Top" - The Osborne Brothers
58 "Okie From Muskogee" - Merle Haggard
57 "I Sang Dixie" - Dwight Yoakam
56 "Good-Hearted Woman" - Waylon Jennings
55 "Bouquet of Roses" - Eddy Arnold
54 "Here In The Real World" - Alan Jackson
53 "Hello Walls" - Faron Young
52 "I Think I'll Just Stay Here and Drink" - Merle Haggard
51 "I Will Always Love You" - Dolly Parton
50 "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" - The Sons Of The Pioneers
49 "Anytime" - Eddy Arnold
48 "Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line" - Waylon Jennings
47 "Dreaming My Dreams With You" - Waylon Jennings
46 "Delta Dawn" - Tanya Tucker
45 "Hello Darlin'" - Conway Twitty
44 "Tight Fittin' Jeans" - Conway Twitty
43 "Chiseled In Stone" - Vern Gosdin
42 "I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)" - Hank Williams, Sr.
41 "The Cattle Call" - Eddy Arnold
40 "The Battle of New Orleans" - Johnny Horton
39 "Wabash Cannonball" - Roy Acuff
38 "Suspicious Minds" - Elvis Presley
37 "Hey Good Lookin'" - Hank Williams, Sr
36. "Act Naturally" - Buck Owens
35 "Faded Love" - Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys
34 "How Can I Help You To Say Goodbye?" -
33 "Walking The Floor Over You - Ernest Tubb
32 "Coat Of Many Colors" - Dolly Parton
31 "Make The World Go Away" - Eddy Arnold
30 "Rainy Day Woman" - Waylon Jennings
29 "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky-Tonk Angels" - Kitty Wells
28 "I Can't Stop Loving You" - Don Gibson
27 "Tennessee Waltz" - Patti Page
26 "The Last Thing On My Mind" - Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton
25 "White Lightning" - George Jones
24 "For The Good Times" - Ray Price
23 "Ring of Fire" - Johnny Cash
22 "Jambalaya" - Hank Williams Sr.
21 "Stand By Your Man" - Tammy Wynette
20 "Tiger by the Tail" - Buck Owens
19 "Oh, Lonesome Me" - Don Gibson
18 "Always On My Mind" - Willie Nelson
17 "Old Dogs, Children, And Watermelon Wine" - Tom T Hall
16 "Coal Miner's Daughter" - Loretta Lynn
15 "Mama Tried" - Merle Haggard
14 "I Walk The Line" - Johnny Cash
13 "Workin' Man Blues" - Merle Haggard
12 "San Antonio Rose" - Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys
11 "Sixteen Tons" - Tennessee Ernie Ford
10 "Smokey Mountain Rain" - Ronnie Milsap
09 "He'll Have To Go" - Jim Reeves
08 "Lovesick Blues" - Hank Williams, Sr.
07 "Today I Started Loving You Again" - Merle Haggard
06 "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" - Hank Williams, Sr.
05 "El Paso" - Marty Robbins
04 "I Fall To Pieces" - Patsy Cline
03 "Your Cheatin' Heart" - Hank Williams, Sr.
02 "Crazy" - Patsy Cline
01 "He Stopped Loving Her Today" - George Jones


What can I say? My mother was almost all country (and my father was quite a bit rock and roll).

/and no, neither were Latter-Day Saints.
 
2012-11-02 08:20:28 PM
Meant to add:

If country radio actually played any of the above songs (or, hell, artists) more than once every 8 months (if at all) I'd listen to it. But it doesn't*, so I won't.

I've a few people around me who DO choose to listen to it full time and tell me these things. All I hear on the extremely rare occasions when I'm exposed to it is mediocre-at-best pop music with an occasional all-but-subliminal hint of steel guitar and/or fiddle and/or mandolin used for "flavoring".
 
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