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2012-12-09 06:47:58 PM  
I was all in favor of gay marriage because my gay friends promised me they weren't looking for any special treatment, just equality. Now it turns out they're keeping government offices open on a Sunday so they can all get hitched at the same time. If they just wanted equality, they should have waited for tomorrow during regular court business hours. Guess it's time to start screwing my turtle.

/The above is sarcasm
//But I expect to hear it non sarcastically from Fox tomorrow
///Conservative Ally
 
2012-12-09 06:49:03 PM  

King Something: captainmaxthedestroyer: I don't understand why same sex marriage is even discussed. The arguments don't make sense.

Which arguments, the ones in favor of gay marriage (civil rights for all) or the ones against (homofags make Baby Jesus™ cry)?


Both, really. I don't understand why the opposed are so against it. Marriage has no effect on anybody outside of the marriage. And I don't understand why the gays feel so discriminated, as if there are truly things you can't do in this country because youre gay.

It's a waste of time for all.
 
2012-12-09 06:49:20 PM  

kimwim: Knob_Gobbler: thought of eating pussy makes a lot of gay men gag.

Knob_Gobbler: DorkusThe2nd: Am I bad because seeing two men kissing makes me want to gag?

No, but it makes you bad if you want prevent them from getting married. I think the thought of eating pussy makes a lot of gay men gag.

Straight men, too. :-(


You know my ex-husband too?
 
2012-12-09 06:49:25 PM  

King Something: jehovahs random negro: This is a wedding.

[www.1950swedding.com image 676x519]

This is an atrocity.

[farm9.staticflickr.com image 500x332]

If you can't tell the difference then you're a victim of the same politically correct government school mandate of "multiculturalism" and religious disrespect that has been tearing this country apart for 50 years now.

/not to mention spitting in the face of the Heroic Men who wore that uniform

Both pics are of two people who love each other getting married. What's the difference between those two photos (apart from technical details of the photos themselves, such as color and aspect ratio)?

/oh by the way, I'm one of your "heroes" who wore that uniform


And I am an ordained clergywoman who feels in no way disrespected by this. Your box is too small for my God.

My congratulations to all the happy couples, and best wishes for a long and happy marriage!
 
2012-12-09 06:49:47 PM  

quatchi:
Why rice, why throw? What this is, I don't even...


To ward off evil spirits. Weddings have quite a storied history.

Random wedding facts off the top of my head:

1. People dress like the bride and groom to confuse evil or mischievous spirits
2. The flower girl "blesses" the area to, you guessed it, ward off evil or trickster spirits

-Because weddings weren't often romantic or by choice:
3. The groom is on the right so that his sword hand is free
4. The "best man" is the best warrior, he's there to put down resistance
5. The father escorting the woman? Again, it's related to combat.
6. The woman is veiled to hide possible ugliness (until transaction is complete) if it happened to be a business type of marriage
 
2012-12-09 06:49:56 PM  

Anderson's Pooper: I was all in favor of gay marriage because my gay friends promised me they weren't looking for any special treatment, just equality. Now it turns out they're keeping government offices open on a Sunday so they can all get hitched at the same time. If they just wanted equality, they should have waited for tomorrow during regular court business hours. Guess it's time to start screwing my turtle.

/The above is sarcasm
//But I expect to hear it non sarcastically from Fox tomorrow
///Conservative Ally


I can't even imagine how FAUX News, Rush Limbaugh, and the rest of the swine are going to be like about this tomorrow.
 
2012-12-09 06:51:40 PM  

captainmaxthedestroyer: I don't understand why same sex marriage is even discussed. The arguments don't make sense.


Because of religious people, they're all to familiar with accepting arguments that make no logical or rational sense.
 
2012-12-09 06:52:24 PM  

captainmaxthedestroyer: King Something: captainmaxthedestroyer: I don't understand why same sex marriage is even discussed. The arguments don't make sense.

Which arguments, the ones in favor of gay marriage (civil rights for all) or the ones against (homofags make Baby Jesus™ cry)?

Both, really. I don't understand why the opposed are so against it. Marriage has no effect on anybody outside of the marriage. And I don't understand why the gays feel so discriminated, as if there are truly things you can't do in this country because youre gay.

It's a waste of time for all.


Like not get married to who they love? Not enjoy the same rights and freedoms as the rest of America? Like being treated as second-hand citizens and being the targets of hate crimes, bigotry, and violence?

I hope you're deliberately trolling, because if you're really that ignorant it's incredibly sad.
 
2012-12-09 06:52:40 PM  

lemortede: Bathia_Mapes: The first couple that was married today.
 
[pbs.twimg.com image 600x803]

I threw up in my mouth a little.
2 guys makes me sick.
2 girls..not bad, as long as they are not both uggos



No... you misunderstand... those are lesbians in that photo. That's what real lesbians look like. The "lesbians" in your sad little porn collection are actually straight gals trying to make some money.

Seriously, this is great. It's amazing to watch a paradigm shift in progress. Twenty years from now the bans on gay marriage will seem like the miscegenation laws of the 50's.
 
2012-12-09 06:53:17 PM  
<b><a href="http://www.fark.com/comments/7477066/81178403#c81178403" target="_blank">jehovahs random negro</a>:</b> <i>This is a wedding.

[www.1950swedding.com image 676x519]

This is an atrocity.

[farm9.staticflickr.com image 500x332]

If you can't tell the difference then you're a victim of the same politically correct government school mandate of "multiculturalism" and religious disrespect that has been tearing this country apart for 50 years now.

/not to mention spitting in the face of the Heroic Men who wore that uniform</i>

Dude, don't you think you could find a better way to entertain yourself than promoting hatred against a group of people that are still murdered in many places around the world just for how they were born?

Like, trolling is fine. Whatever. Get your kicks in. But you're spreading that crap, even if you don't mean to. Get a hobby or something.
 
2012-12-09 06:53:23 PM  
Gay Divorce A Higher Hurdle Than Marriage (NPR)

/ straight people shouldn't have a monopoly on pain
 
2012-12-09 06:55:32 PM  
Good. This is what separates America from uncivilized places like Iran or Alabama.
 
2012-12-09 06:56:36 PM  

jehovahs random negro:

[farm9.staticflickr.com image 500x332]

If you can't tell the difference,,,



I can tell you the difference. The bottom picture is farking gorgeous.
 
2012-12-09 06:58:35 PM  
Huzzah!

/happy people
 
2012-12-09 06:59:51 PM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: zerkalo: jayphat: I don't want to watch straight people get married with all the "look at me! look at me!" shiat that just gets old really fast, why the fark would I want to watch the same sex get married?

There will come a day when this is no longer exceptional, when it is common. And that day will be just as awesome as this one

So much this!!!


It's in Massachusetts. Saw no less than five bachelorette parties around P-Town one night.

Meanwhile, when she gets back from Italy,.... 

images.wikia.com
 
2012-12-09 07:02:39 PM  

captainmaxthedestroyer: King Something: captainmaxthedestroyer: I don't understand why same sex marriage is even discussed. The arguments don't make sense.

Which arguments, the ones in favor of gay marriage (civil rights for all) or the ones against (homofags make Baby Jesus™ cry)?

Both, really. I don't understand why the opposed are so against it. Marriage has no effect on anybody outside of the marriage. And I don't understand why the gays feel so discriminated, as if there are truly things you can't do in this country because youre gay.

It's a waste of time for all.


Well, there ARE things you cannot do in this country if you are gay. Specifically, marriage, and all associated benefits such as joint ownership of property and hospital visitation (hence today's celebration in Seattle, as that restriction is no longer in effect in Washington).

There are also other things not open to homosexuals, such as being allowed in the Boy Scouts -- and until recently, being allowed in the military. Not to mention that in Virginia, public colleges are REQUIRED to discriminate against homosexuals.

Oh, and the lynch mobs. Can't forget about the rednecks who beat and kill gays because they are gay -- which is not something straight people generally need to worry about.
 
2012-12-09 07:03:13 PM  
Hooray!

Looks as if we are going to get same-sex marriage in most of the UK too, before very long. The neanderthals in Northern Ireland excluded, of course, though sooner or later they are going to have to take tentative steps into the eighteenth century.
 
2012-12-09 07:06:00 PM  
YUCK! DISGUSTING! Marriage bleh. Can't wait until these queers get divorced. So they can realize that marriage is lame
 
2012-12-09 07:07:32 PM  
Irish Catholic conservative here, can someone tell me how same sex marriage is bad for me or families or the country? What's the argument? Because for the life of me, I can't figure it out.

If two people love each other and want to take care of each other more power to them. Who am I to interfere with that? Like I said, I'm conservative, but I don't get the whole 'gay people are bad/evil etc.' thing.
 
2012-12-09 07:11:25 PM  

susansto-helit: That is one inbred looking straight couple in the first photo.


She looks alright, but that guy obviously stole another man's forehead.

/Let's not give the trollers any more attention than absolutely necessary
//This is supposed to be a 'appy occasion
 
2012-12-09 07:12:09 PM  
RaisingKane:
jehovahs random negro: Pathetic. A celebration of moral depravity with the full support of government in direct violation of the First Amendment. We're shredding the Constitution and dancing while this once great country burns.

Pick up your guns, boys and girls. The Democrats are just getting warmed up.

But the democrats already took our guns. :(


The Demonrats forced me to gay-marry a turtle. The turtle now says I'm not allowed to go out and foment revolution until the eavestroughs are cleaned out and the bookshelf in the bedroom is fixed.
 
2012-12-09 07:12:39 PM  

Poo_Fight: Irish Catholic conservative here, can someone tell me how same sex marriage is bad for me or families or the country? What's the argument? Because for the life of me, I can't figure it out.

If two people love each other and want to take care of each other more power to them. Who am I to interfere with that? Like I said, I'm conservative, but I don't get the whole 'gay people are bad/evil etc.' thing.


Usually it's the "gay is a religious sin" excuse or the "marriage is a zero sum game and you have to take away straight marriage rights in order to give gay marriage rights" argument.
 
2012-12-09 07:13:11 PM  
The fact that people are getting married right now in different states while the Supreme Court takes up gay marriage with Prop 8 and DOMA with out a moratorium/stay issued by the court on current marriages likely means gay marriage will be here to stay, I hope.
 
2012-12-09 07:14:57 PM  
" And may their first child be a masculine child." Is the old Sicilian wish.
 
2012-12-09 07:17:27 PM  
I just realized nobody's posted this yet:

i2.photobucket.com 

/it's kind of a tradition, it is not?
 
2012-12-09 07:18:25 PM  

Poo_Fight: Irish Catholic conservative here, can someone tell me how same sex marriage is bad for me or families or the country? What's the argument? Because for the life of me, I can't figure it out.
If two people love each other and want to take care of each other more power to them. Who am I to interfere with that? Like I said, I'm conservative, but I don't get the whole 'gay people are bad/evil etc.' thing.


Well, you're not really supposed to question your religion's beliefs or dictates. I'm not sure what to tell you.
 
2012-12-09 07:20:07 PM  

Poo_Fight: Irish Catholic conservative here, can someone tell me how same sex marriage is bad for me or families or the country?


In short, some people think more kids will choose to be gay. Because these people still think that being gay is a choice, and more than that - one that people would actually pick. Because a harder life with fewer romantic options is such an appealing option.

And if the kids are choosing to be gay then they're going to Hell in the long run. And in the meantime, they're not having more Christian American children to continue our society.

And fear, fear, fear, omg fear.

If you're looking for a rational reason - there isn't one.
 
2012-12-09 07:20:56 PM  
very cool
 
2012-12-09 07:23:06 PM  

Poo_Fight: Irish Catholic conservative here, can someone tell me how same sex marriage is bad for me or families or the country? What's the argument? Because for the life of me, I can't figure it out.

If two people love each other and want to take care of each other more power to them. Who am I to interfere with that? Like I said, I'm conservative, but I don't get the whole 'gay people are bad/evil etc.' thing.


An examination of the disastrous consequences that have resulted from legal same-sex "marriage" in Canada and in Massachusetts is sufficient to understand the rationale behind supporting retaining the traditional definition of "one man and one woman" as marriage.
 
2012-12-09 07:24:24 PM  

jst3p: Lolpwnt: The real question is: why do we allow the government (at the state or federal level) to regulate marriage at all? All it is is a ceremony where two people say "I really like this other person!" WTF does the .gov have to do with that at all?

Because it is also a legal contract in regards to property rights.


Don't forget taxes, especially the "married filing jointly" check box.
 
2012-12-09 07:24:28 PM  
People are actually being afforded basic and equal rights and we get to watch from half-way across the country in real time. Welcome to the future.
 
2012-12-09 07:25:01 PM  

King Something: captainmaxthedestroyer: King Something: captainmaxthedestroyer: I don't understand why same sex marriage is even discussed. The arguments don't make sense.

Which arguments, the ones in favor of gay marriage (civil rights for all) or the ones against (homofags make Baby Jesus™ cry)?

Both, really. I don't understand why the opposed are so against it. Marriage has no effect on anybody outside of the marriage. And I don't understand why the gays feel so discriminated, as if there are truly things you can't do in this country because youre gay.

It's a waste of time for all.

Well, there ARE things you cannot do in this country if you are gay. Specifically, marriage, and all associated benefits such as joint ownership of property and hospital visitation (hence today's celebration in Seattle, as that restriction is no longer in effect in Washington).

There are also other things not open to homosexuals, such as being allowed in the Boy Scouts -- and until recently, being allowed in the military. Not to mention that in Virginia, public colleges are REQUIRED to discriminate against homosexuals.

Oh, and the lynch mobs. Can't forget about the rednecks who beat and kill gays because they are gay -- which is not something straight people generally need to worry about.


Want to make sure you understand I'm not trolling.

I knew about the Boy Scouts (who cares, I'm sure there are pedophiles amongst them). As well as the military and typical marriage benefits that they can't get.

But I don't feel like it's those discriminatory reasons that they want equal rights. I feel like the way its being presented is that they want to have ceremony, like everybody else. And that screams of "hey! look at me!!!" And I think that is complete opposite of what civil rights are all about.

Women were second rate citizens for a hundred years. Blacks had slavery and then another hundred years of lynchings, drinking from toilets, riding on the back of the bus and unemployment after that. Neither women nor blacks could vote. And all simply because of how they looked. What they were physically.

Gays just can't get married or learn to tie knots at camp. That's it, they can do everything else. They are discriminated against only because of their behavior. But it's something they are capable of keeping private, so its not a glaring scarlet letter like race.

Any of that make sense? I mean, there's no logical reason why the state would ban any marriage between two willing parties. But I don't see why any church would have to acknowledge it either.

I just feel like all of this could've been worked out behind the scenes, passed, and then celebrated with one big gay ass wedding. Sort of how the marijuana legalization in Washington story evolved. It's just too in your face for me and dampens the achievement in my eyes.
 
2012-12-09 07:27:02 PM  
*sniff*

This is a beautiful thing.

I wish I could be there to cheer them on.
 
2012-12-09 07:30:03 PM  

captainmaxthedestroyer: Want to make sure you understand I'm not trolling.

I knew about the Boy Scouts (who cares, I'm sure there are pedophiles amongst them). As well as the military and typical marriage benefits that they can't get.

But I don't feel like it's those discriminatory reasons that they want equal rights. I feel like the way its being presented is that they want to have ceremony, like everybody else. And that screams of "hey! look at me!!!" And I think that is complete opposite of what civil rights are all about.

Women were second rate citizens for a hundred years. Blacks had slavery and then another hundred years of lynchings, drinking from toilets, riding on the back of the bus and unemployment after that. Neither women nor blacks could vote. And all simply because of how they looked. What they were physically.

Gays just can't get married or learn to tie knots at camp. That's it, they can do everything else. They are discriminated against only because of their behavior. But it's something they are capable of keeping private, so its not a glaring scarlet letter like race.

Any of that make sense? I mean, there's no logical reason why the state would ban any marriage between two willing parties. But I don't see why any church would have to acknowledge it either.

I just feel like all of this could've been worked out behind the scenes, passed, and then celebrated with one big gay ass wedding. Sort of how the marijuana legalization in Washington story evolved. It's just too in your face for me and dampens the achievement in my eyes.


So you think they're doing it because they want to scream "LOOK AT MEEEEE!" and to force people to do things for them?

Somehow I doubt that you're not trolling.
 
2012-12-09 07:31:02 PM  

Miss Stein: Hobodeluxe: would have been a great week to be in Seattle. First the pot prohibition ending and now this. + 2 for liberty and freedom

And the Seahawks are up 38-0 at halftime at home against the Cardinals. It's a wunnerful week to be in Seattle.


58-0 now. The god of tits and wine is smiling upon us today!
 
2012-12-09 07:31:34 PM  

captainmaxthedestroyer: That's it, they can do everything else. They are discriminated against only because of their behavior. But it's something they are capable of keeping private, so its not a glaring scarlet letter like race.


Right, we can just keep it private. And use lots of gender neutral pronouns and cumbersome terms like "significant other", or just run screaming from the room whenever the straight people want to talk about wives/girlfriends/husbands/boyfriends, dating and relationships.
 
2012-12-09 07:32:09 PM  

jehovahs random negro: This is a wedding.

[www.1950swedding.com image 676x519]

This is an atrocity.

[farm9.staticflickr.com image 500x332]

If you can't tell the difference then you're a victim of the same politically correct government school mandate of "multiculturalism" and religious disrespect that has been tearing this country apart for 50 years now.

/not to mention spitting in the face of the Heroic Men who wore that uniform


lolpics.se
 
2012-12-09 07:33:29 PM  
eh... /shrug

i get why some celebrate this. and i get why some condemn it. it just doesn't conjure up an emotional response in me though. if two people love each other and want to legally bind their relationship, more power to em. i just don't believe a government stamped piece of paper should be a matter of consequence.

leave marriage to the church where it started. use the term domestic partner in all governmental forms in reference to the family unit and the issue goes away in a generation or two.
 
2012-12-09 07:37:02 PM  

ravenlore: I just realized nobody's posted this yet:

[i2.photobucket.com image 449x533] 

/it's kind of a tradition, it is not?


that's hawt...

came here intending to nuke with similar content.

/then got distracted by the warblegharble :)
 
2012-12-09 07:38:33 PM  

fknra: eh... /shrug

i get why some celebrate this. and i get why some condemn it. it just doesn't conjure up an emotional response in me though. if two people love each other and want to legally bind their relationship, more power to em. i just don't believe a government stamped piece of paper should be a matter of consequence.

leave marriage to the church where it started. use the term domestic partner in all governmental forms in reference to the family unit and the issue goes away in a generation or two.


Sorry, dude, separate-but-equal is not equal. This is America, where "All men are created equal", and that equality trumps petty religious whining.
 
2012-12-09 07:40:17 PM  

fknra: leave marriage to the church where it started. use the term domestic partner in all governmental forms in reference to the family unit and the issue goes away in a generation or two.


That's how I feel. Get married in the church. Get whatever privileges the church affords you. The US government will offer domestic partnerships, unions whatever and they get all the rights and privileges that married couples have been getting. You religious people don't like gays getting united than don't get one yourself. You have your marriage, go away and have babies. The rest of us will be going forward with love and respect.
 
2012-12-09 07:40:53 PM  

GhostFish: captainmaxthedestroyer: That's it, they can do everything else. They are discriminated against only because of their behavior. But it's something they are capable of keeping private, so its not a glaring scarlet letter like race.

Right, we can just keep it private. And use lots of gender neutral pronouns and cumbersome terms like "significant other", or just run screaming from the room whenever the straight people want to talk about wives/girlfriends/husbands/boyfriends, dating and relationships.


Quit sounding butthurt. You're deliberately looking past my point.

Keizer_Ghidorah:

So you think they're doing it because they want to scream "LOOK AT MEEEEE!" and to force people to do things for them?

Somehow I doubt that you're not trolling.


A live marriage stream seems a bit...flamboyant.

/See what I did there?
 
2012-12-09 07:42:44 PM  
leave marriage to the church where it started

You might want to read up on the history of marriage.
 
2012-12-09 07:43:35 PM  

fknra: leave marriage to the church where it started.


Marriage has been around longer than recorded history. So you can't really say it started with the church.
It would be a fair guess to say that it started when religious ceremony was a large part of the laws and governance of simple societies.
 
2012-12-09 07:44:12 PM  

fknra: leave marriage to the church where it started. use the term domestic partner in all governmental forms in reference to the family unit and the issue goes away in a generation or two.


Marriage really *is* the piece of paper you sign that assigns various property and inheritance rights to the parties involved.

People who get married in civil ceremonies sans religious trappings will not stop calling or considering themselves "married".

That word is not gonna go away.

Regardless, socially tolerated acceptance of marriage equality discrimination will be going the way of the anti-miscegenation dodo within a generation or two, yeah.
 
2012-12-09 07:44:15 PM  

Lolpwnt: It could be argued that the 1st just applies to preventing an official "Church of the USA" deal like the church of england was.


That's not the way the Supreme Court sees it.
For a long time now, the 1st Amendment has prohibited both:
- the establishment of a national religion
- the legal preference any religion over another

Establishing the Christian definition of marriage -- or even Christian / Muslim / Jewish / Mormon -- lawfully raises those religions over any other religion that specifically allows or even that is indifferent to gay marriages by giving their religious values more legal protections than others.


Lolpwnt: The real question is: why do we allow the government (at the state or federal level) to regulate marriage at all? All it is is a ceremony where two people say "I really like this other person!" WTF does the .gov have to do with that at all?


Because legal marriage involves all sorts of legal rights and privileges -- and no they CAN'T all be replicated with legal contracts. Spousal privilege in a court of law, tax filing, hospital visitation, end-of-life decisions, legal guardianship, adoption and child custody considerations... lots and lots of things have come up over the years in court that are now well-established legal precedents that apply explicitly to married couples. There needs to be a legal state and federal recognition of marriage for any of those rulings to make any sense or be applicable at all.
 
2012-12-09 07:44:19 PM  

captainmaxthedestroyer: Quit sounding butthurt. You're deliberately looking past my point.


You had a point?
 
2012-12-09 07:45:07 PM  

captainmaxthedestroyer: King Something: captainmaxthedestroyer: I don't understand why same sex marriage is even discussed. The arguments don't make sense.

Which arguments, the ones in favor of gay marriage (civil rights for all) or the ones against (homofags make Baby Jesus™ cry)?

Both, really. I don't understand why the opposed are so against it. Marriage has no effect on anybody outside of the marriage. And I don't understand why the gays feel so discriminated, as if there are truly things you can't do in this country because youre gay.

It's a waste of time for all.


To me it's the legal benefits and rights of a state-recognized marriage. Not having to testify against your spouse, inheritance advantages, etc.

Here are some listed

I don't really see why people care that it's called marriage or not called marriage. I haven't thought about that enough to have an opinion. But overall it seems people against same-sex marriage should be against the churches that perform a religious wedding for a gay couple (spiritual marriage), not the government contractually uniting them (legal marriage). I don't see why anyone would have a problem with these courthouse-set legal marriages.
 
2012-12-09 07:45:11 PM  

captainmaxthedestroyer: GhostFish: captainmaxthedestroyer: That's it, they can do everything else. They are discriminated against only because of their behavior. But it's something they are capable of keeping private, so its not a glaring scarlet letter like race.

Right, we can just keep it private. And use lots of gender neutral pronouns and cumbersome terms like "significant other", or just run screaming from the room whenever the straight people want to talk about wives/girlfriends/husbands/boyfriends, dating and relationships.

Quit sounding butthurt. You're deliberately looking past my point.

Keizer_Ghidorah:

So you think they're doing it because they want to scream "LOOK AT MEEEEE!" and to force people to do things for them?

Somehow I doubt that you're not trolling.

A live marriage stream seems a bit...flamboyant.

/See what I did there?


Your point is that gays should shut up and fade away. We're saying no, they shouldn't. They're fellow human beings and American citizens who have been treated like animals because of farktarded religious assholes and shiatbrained bigots. You're upset because they're celebrating the fact that they're now being treated as equal citizens.
 
2012-12-09 07:46:25 PM  

fknra: eh... /shrug

i get why some celebrate this. and i get why some condemn it. it just doesn't conjure up an emotional response in me though. if two people love each other and want to legally bind their relationship, more power to em. i just don't believe a government stamped piece of paper should be a matter of consequence.

leave marriage to the church where it started. use the term domestic partner in all governmental forms in reference to the family unit and the issue goes away in a generation or two.


I get the anti-gay and pro-gay views. I don't get yours.

You say more power to 'em, but at the same time you don't care if they were stuck with lower civil liberties. At least the homophobes are taking liberties away for the good of society, in their minds. You, however, are perfectly fine with a loss of rights despite knowing gay marriage isn't 'bad'.

That is worse than the religious bigots: at least they mean well.
 
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