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(WBTW Myrtle Beach)   Mother of the year candidate walks into her child's middle school and slaps her son in the face. Wait. She slapped someone else's sick child who she thought was her son since she didn't know what her son looked like   (wbtw.com) divider line 45
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2013-03-29 09:57:45 AM  
6 votes:
CSB: I was taking a mandatory racial awareness class as part of having volunteered to work with urban youth, and the fierce instructor who kept his sunglasses on the entire class was inviting questions. One student asked about the prevalence of "made up names" and the teacher asked for examples. The entire class began shouting out the silliest but real names they had ever encountered while working with youth in the past. One kid volunteered Aquanetta, saying it came from a hairspray that got yanked because it destroyed the Ozone layer, which is why it isn't used that often anymore as a name. I looked at the kid and said, "Uh, no. sorry. Acquanetta is a Native American actress FROM Ozone. And she was quite famous for her roles as exotic women. She played any role that called for other than white and anyone you know named that was probably named for her".


The teacher then ripped into me, saying the my STORY was all made up, not knowing that while he may have been the room's expert on Black culture in America, I was the room's expert in Red culture in America.

It was the 70s, so I had to go to the library, and photocopy my citation, and mail it to him after finally passing his special class for white kids, that apparently included us red kids passing for white, including me, grandson of black and red grandparents.

I never got an apology from him.

You, dear reader, are fortunate enough to live in a different century, so your citation is here.

Let's make it a better century for race relations going forward.

End CSB:
2013-03-29 11:03:31 AM  
3 votes:

Okieboy: and by "these people" I mean Stupid people


Lots of THIS. Where I live there are plenty of white people who give their kids weird badly spelled names that will stop them getting a proper job ever. I mean who spells chelsea, chaelseah? (They support the football club Chelsea) There are endless permutations of kailea, kayleigh, kay-lee, kaileigh, kaylea, kay-leigh, kailee, kai-lea etc etc et farking cetera ad nausium. Don`t get me started on crystal and chantel...

This is not a `black/white` thing this is a `stupid people/the rest of us` thing. For example in this case, the woman was not wrong because she is black, she did not mistake her son for another because she is black, if fact none of the elements of the story can be blamed on the skin colour of the woman.

She is stupid.

That`s the reason we get to hear about her.
2013-03-29 09:45:20 AM  
3 votes:
CSB time...

In high school there was this one kid in my bio class that was always acting up.  He would talk back to the teacher, throw stuff, etc.  Apparently our teacher had made numerous calls to the kid's mother, who refused to believe that her little boy could be doing any of these things, since he was a model little angel.  One day, unbeknownst to the whole class, the teacher invited the boy's mom into the class and had her hide in the storage closet at the front of the room.  Class started, and the teacher began teaching like normal.  Sure enough, the kid started his usual bullshiat.  I don't remember what he said exactly that was the final straw, but his mom came flying out of the closet and began smacking the ever loving shiat out of him.  I will never forget the look on his face when she first emerged from the closet.  For a brief moment, It looked like he couldn't tell if he was awake or dreaming.  I think a unicorn could have come out of that closet and he would have been less shocked.  After smacking him 5 or 6 times, she eventually grabbed him by the back of the neck and hauled him out of class.  Looking back at it now, it was absolutely child abuse, and she should have been arrested.  But nobody reported it.  Maybe it was because everyone hated that little asshole.  When he did come back to class the next week, he was a model farking student.  I mean he sat there with his hands folded on top of his desk and everything.
2013-03-29 09:21:26 AM  
3 votes:
the kid she slapped probably needed slapping anyway... hell, show me a middle school kid that doesn't need slappin.

I wonder if her "actual" kid ever got slapped?
2013-03-29 09:19:01 AM  
3 votes:
I hate that "these people" breed so much
2013-03-29 11:04:53 AM  
2 votes:

labman: How the hell do you not know what your own kid looks like?

Granted, with a mom like this, the kid may be better off if she doesn't know him.


Face blindness, maybe? I have a hard time with certain faces, and one of them is my mother's.

/Clothes and hair help
//As does years of work
2013-03-29 11:04:08 AM  
2 votes:

vudukungfu: CSB: I was taking a mandatory racial awareness class as part of having volunteered to work with urban youth, and the fierce instructor who kept his sunglasses on the entire class was inviting questions. One student asked about the prevalence of "made up names" and the teacher asked for examples. The entire class began shouting out the silliest but real names they had ever encountered while working with youth in the past. One kid volunteered Aquanetta, saying it came from a hairspray that got yanked because it destroyed the Ozone layer, which is why it isn't used that often anymore as a name. I looked at the kid and said, "Uh, no. sorry. Acquanetta is a Native American actress FROM Ozone. And she was quite famous for her roles as exotic women. She played any role that called for other than white and anyone you know named that was probably named for her".


The teacher then ripped into me, saying the my STORY was all made up, not knowing that while he may have been the room's expert on Black culture in America, I was the room's expert in Red culture in America.

It was the 70s, so I had to go to the library, and photocopy my citation, and mail it to him after finally passing his special class for white kids, that apparently included us red kids passing for white, including me, grandson of black and red grandparents.

I never got an apology from him.

You, dear reader, are fortunate enough to live in a different century, so your citation is here.

Let's make it a better century for race relations going forward.

End CSB:


While I don't take issue with your story, I do question how many people in recent times who chose that name for their children were actually aware of its origin.  Not only that, but while the actress was popular for a time, Aquanet was popular more recently.  Naming your child Acquanetta is sort of like naming your kid Gaylord or Enis: it may have been okay in the past, but it's going to get little save for guffaws and incredulity these days.

While there may be a reason for naming your kids things like Lazanya and Dorcus, there are far more compelling reasons against naming your children those things.  Doing so shows you have a piss-poor ability when it comes to evaluating risk/reward, or common sense in general.

Also, the reason why people call names like Tyshekka "made up" is because people with those names tend to use words and grammar which very much are made up. Words like "din't" and "babydaddy" do not really smack of lexiconic authenticity, and if you use them enough people will assume damn near anything that comes out of your mouth that they haven't heard before is made up, including your name.
2013-03-29 10:56:53 AM  
2 votes:

Stantz: 'I wonder if she's black?'

*clicks link*

*adopts smug-but-tainted-with-sadness expression*


I wonder if this was posted by a Skinhead.

*clicks profile*

*Shakes head knowingly*
2013-03-29 10:24:07 AM  
2 votes:

Precision Boobery: Well I use Mac/Linux...: Looking back at it now, it was absolutely child abuse, and she should have been arrested. But nobody reported it. Maybe it was because everyone hated that little asshole. When he did come back to class the next week, he was a model farking student. I mean he sat there with his hands folded on top of his desk and everything.

Effective discipline that gets desired results = absolute child abuse which should end with arrests.  The problem, you are part of it.


Yeah, no.  Hauling off and striking a child repeatedly in anger is still abuse.  I'm afraid *you're* still the problem.  Good try deflecting, though.
2013-03-29 10:21:41 AM  
2 votes:

GoldSpider: Well I use Mac/Linux...:   Looking back at it now, it was absolutely child abuse, and she should have been arrested.  But nobody reported it.  Maybe it was because everyone hated that little asshole.  When he did come back to class the next week, he was a model farking student.  I mean he sat there with his hands folded on top of his desk and everything.

So she corrected the bad behavior without undue, long-term harm to the little shiat, and you think she should have been arrested?


I mean she should've been arrested from the standpoint that, if today I was out somewhere and saw a woman repeatedly hitting her kid in the face as hard as she was hitting him in that classroom, I would absolutely call the police.
2013-03-29 10:17:21 AM  
2 votes:

Lurk sober post drunk: i can understand why she was so upset.  the state babysits her kids during the day; that's mama's drinking time.


Or had to leave work go pick up her kid. I'm sure that was your first thought after seeing a black woman, but that's too easy right?
2013-03-29 10:16:20 AM  
2 votes:

GoldSpider: Well I use Mac/Linux...:   Looking back at it now, it was absolutely child abuse, and she should have been arrested.  But nobody reported it.  Maybe it was because everyone hated that little asshole.  When he did come back to class the next week, he was a model farking student.  I mean he sat there with his hands folded on top of his desk and everything.

So she corrected the bad behavior without undue, long-term harm to the little shiat, and you think she should have been arrested?


For all you know that kid was Jared Lee Loughner. Settle down.
2013-03-29 09:41:29 AM  
2 votes:

Rodeodoc: Brick-House: Tyshekka??? Have you ever wondered how some people come up with names? I think they just randomly type a bunch of letters together and then throw a KA at the end.

I have sometimes asked (axded) that question of women of color.  "That's an interesting name.  Where did you get that from?"  The most common answer is that it means some stupid thing in "African".  Princess, was one I remember.  Sorry, Princess.  What it really means is "My momma cain't spell none."


There are actually people on this planet...adults...who still say na-na-na-boo-boo when they hear a person with a "funny" name. Smh. Your second grade-level thinking says much more about you than it does about these women of color.
2013-03-29 09:36:54 AM  
2 votes:
AbbeySomeone:
Yet people accuse some parents of not handing out enough discipline, at least she was trying.

THIS. She was obviously pissed that the kid got suspended and she was coming down there to hand out some whoop-ass. I told my son if I ever get called into the office during the school day because he was acting an ass I'm coming wearing a fur coat, swimming trunks and dress shoes.

/He knows better than to try me
2013-03-29 09:24:08 AM  
2 votes:
Hell, back in the stone ages when I was growing up, if you did something wrong and a neighbor saw you, they would slap the shiat out of you. Then they would tell your mother who would proceed to slap the shiat out of you. Then they would tell your father... Wash Rinse Repeat.
2013-03-29 09:14:01 AM  
2 votes:
Dawkins says once Collier realized her mistake, she apologized, then walked over to her son and knocked him to the ground

this is my favorite part of the story
2013-03-29 08:14:34 AM  
2 votes:

labman: How the hell do you not know what your own kid looks like?


wbtw.images.worldnow.com
Maybe she thinks they all look alike.

Wait, let me rephrase that.
2013-03-29 07:09:44 PM  
1 votes:

GoldSpider: Well I use Mac/Linux...:   Looking back at it now, it was absolutely child abuse, and she should have been arrested.  But nobody reported it.  Maybe it was because everyone hated that little asshole.  When he did come back to class the next week, he was a model farking student.  I mean he sat there with his hands folded on top of his desk and everything.

So she corrected the bad behavior without undue, long-term harm to the little shiat, and you think she should have been arrested?


These threads always reveal the age group of the posters.
As I see it, the kid was disrespecting his teacher, lying to and manipulating his mother, inconveniencing many people and shaming his mother with his behaviour. That ass wupp turned it around and straightened him out. Not abuse.
If his parents did this to him frequently just for drunken kicks that would be abuse.
2013-03-29 04:05:58 PM  
1 votes:

WiredMann: Obviously her mom was drunk when she named her.


Careful, knee-jerk comments like that will get you labelled as a racist woman-hater, or something.
2013-03-29 11:37:27 AM  
1 votes:

Stantz: DROxINxTHExWIND: Stantz: 'I wonder if she's black?'

*clicks link*

*adopts smug-but-tainted-with-sadness expression*

I wonder if this was posted by a Skinhead.

*clicks profile*

*Shakes head knowingly*

I only cut my hair short otherwise I end up with a huge ginger afro


Oh, its not fair to judge YOU by appearence, huh?

/Point
//Match
2013-03-29 11:35:08 AM  
1 votes:

Surpheon: frepnog: sometimes you gotta smack a kid.

Depends on the kid. Most kids actually don't need more than an occasional yelling at (which can hit them as hard a smack usually - it is the disapproval and anger from the parent figure that hurts if you're doing it right or even average). A few kids may be more tactile oriented, but typically smacking is not required.


child free typing detected
2013-03-29 11:26:45 AM  
1 votes:

frepnog: sometimes you gotta smack a kid.


Depends on the kid. Most kids actually don't need more than an occasional yelling at (which can hit them as hard a smack usually - it is the disapproval and anger from the parent figure that hurts if you're doing it right or even average). A few kids may be more tactile oriented, but typically smacking is not required.
2013-03-29 11:20:31 AM  
1 votes:

SN1987a goes boom: Maybe she was so angry at what the kid did that she was tunnel-visioned?  I'm basing my assumption that the kid did something wrong because it seems (based on the article information and inference) that he was brought to the office and she had to come pick him up.  I'm not excusing it, it is still galling that she would do that, but maybe this is at least an explanation (or she could just be an awful, awful person).

/my mom would've smacked me too if she had to take off work to come pick me up from school, and she is mellow as hell.


To be honest my mother also would have smacked me if she had to get me from school. She would have scowled at me in the office, dragged me to the car if I was lucky, all the way home walking if I wasn`t, then explained why I was wrong in a way that would fill you with shame then smack me at home (you don`t wash your dirty laundry in public) I would have been sent to bed to wait for my father...
2013-03-29 11:17:18 AM  
1 votes:
Maybe she was so angry at what the kid did that she was tunnel-visioned?  I'm basing my assumption that the kid did something wrong because it seems (based on the article information and inference) that he was brought to the office and she had to come pick him up.  I'm not excusing it, it is still galling that she would do that, but maybe this is at least an explanation (or she could just be an awful, awful person).

/my mom would've smacked me too if she had to take off work to come pick me up from school, and she is mellow as hell.
2013-03-29 11:05:45 AM  
1 votes:

Well I use Mac/Linux...: CSB time...

In high school there was this one kid in my bio class that was always acting up.  He would talk back to the teacher, throw stuff, etc.  Apparently our teacher had made numerous calls to the kid's mother, who refused to believe that her little boy could be doing any of these things, since he was a model little angel.  One day, unbeknownst to the whole class, the teacher invited the boy's mom into the class and had her hide in the storage closet at the front of the room.  Class started, and the teacher began teaching like normal.  Sure enough, the kid started his usual bullshiat.  I don't remember what he said exactly that was the final straw, but his mom came flying out of the closet and began smacking the ever loving shiat out of him.  I will never forget the look on his face when she first emerged from the closet.  For a brief moment, It looked like he couldn't tell if he was awake or dreaming.  I think a unicorn could have come out of that closet and he would have been less shocked.  After smacking him 5 or 6 times, she eventually grabbed him by the back of the neck and hauled him out of class.  Looking back at it now, it was absolutely child abuse, and she should have been arrested.  But nobody reported it.  Maybe it was because everyone hated that little asshole.  When he did come back to class the next week, he was a model farking student.  I mean he sat there with his hands folded on top of his desk and everything.


Everybody needs a little abuse every now and then. It keeps an ego from getting out of control.

Nobody needs abuse all the time.
2013-03-29 11:03:03 AM  
1 votes:

Well I use Mac/Linux...: CSB time...

In high school there was this one kid in my bio class that was always acting up.  He would talk back to the teacher, throw stuff, etc.  Apparently our teacher had made numerous calls to the kid's mother, who refused to believe that her little boy could be doing any of these things, since he was a model little angel.  One day, unbeknownst to the whole class, the teacher invited the boy's mom into the class and had her hide in the storage closet at the front of the room.  Class started, and the teacher began teaching like normal.  Sure enough, the kid started his usual bullshiat.  I don't remember what he said exactly that was the final straw, but his mom came flying out of the closet and began smacking the ever loving shiat out of him.  I will never forget the look on his face when she first emerged from the closet.  For a brief moment, It looked like he couldn't tell if he was awake or dreaming.  I think a unicorn could have come out of that closet and he would have been less shocked.  After smacking him 5 or 6 times, she eventually grabbed him by the back of the neck and hauled him out of class.  Looking back at it now, it was absolutely child abuse, and she should have been arrested. But nobody reported it.  Maybe it was because everyone hated that little asshole.  When he did come back to class the next week, he was a model farking student.  I mean he sat there with his hands folded on top of his desk and everything.


NO it wasn't, and no she shouldn't have been.

what she did was correct a problem that was not being corrected any other way.  fact is - sometimes you gotta smack a kid.  they generally won't break.  locking your kid in a dungeon with no food is abuse.  beating your child with whips and belts is abuse.  smacking your kid a few times and dragging him out of a situation by the nape of the neck because your child is being a little bastard is good parenting and is sometimes all a kid will actually understand.

www.oddfilms.com

"Violence, naked force, has settled more issues in history than has any other factor."
2013-03-29 10:58:37 AM  
1 votes:

Stantz: 'I wonder if she's black?'

*clicks link*

*adopts smug-but-tainted-with-sadness expression*


If it was a white parent you'd be first line in to say "Heck yeah! We need more of that good ol' fashioned discipline for these little monsters, take me back to the 50s when men were men and women and kids STFU!"
2013-03-29 10:48:59 AM  
1 votes:

Well I use Mac/Linux...: CSB time...

In high school there was this one kid in my bio class that was always acting up.  He would talk back to the teacher, throw stuff, etc.  Apparently our teacher had made numerous calls to the kid's mother, who refused to believe that her little boy could be doing any of these things, since he was a model little angel.  One day, unbeknownst to the whole class, the teacher invited the boy's mom into the class and had her hide in the storage closet at the front of the room.  Class started, and the teacher began teaching like normal.  Sure enough, the kid started his usual bullshiat.  I don't remember what he said exactly that was the final straw, but his mom came flying out of the closet and began smacking the ever loving shiat out of him.  I will never forget the look on his face when she first emerged from the closet.  For a brief moment, It looked like he couldn't tell if he was awake or dreaming.  I think a unicorn could have come out of that closet and he would have been less shocked.  After smacking him 5 or 6 times, she eventually grabbed him by the back of the neck and hauled him out of class.  Looking back at it now, it was absolutely child abuse, and she should have been arrested.  But nobody reported it.  Maybe it was because everyone hated that little asshole.  When he did come back to class the next week, he was a model farking student.  I mean he sat there with his hands folded on top of his desk and everything.


Nobody every truly recovers from an unprotected attack by an ambush predator.  Stealth Mothers are third in severity only to Drop Bears and Toilet Spiders.
2013-03-29 10:48:10 AM  
1 votes:

CheekyMonkey: DROxINxTHExWIND: AbbeySomeone:
Yet people accuse some parents of not handing out enough discipline, at least she was trying.

THIS. She was obviously pissed that the kid got suspended and she was coming down there to hand out some whoop-ass. I told my son if I ever get called into the office during the school day because he was acting an ass I'm coming wearing a fur coat, swimming trunks and dress shoes.

/He knows better than to try me

I need to know what kind of hat you'll be wearing with that ensemble...


None. I have dreadlocks that reach my lower back. I'll have his mother tie them up into a nice beehive hairdo and I'll stick a few flowers in it. You know, for decoration.
2013-03-29 10:47:01 AM  
1 votes:
Meh, I'm sure the other kid had it coming anyway.
2013-03-29 10:44:41 AM  
1 votes:
she needs to check her privilege, yo.
2013-03-29 10:43:30 AM  
1 votes:

PreMortem: Lurk sober post drunk: i can understand why she was so upset.  the state babysits her kids during the day; that's mama's drinking time.

Or had to leave work go pick up her kid. I'm sure that was your first thought after seeing a black woman, but that's too easy right?


yes.  when i heard that Tyshekka was slapping around random kids because she couldn't recognize her own son, i immediately thought "who's gonna negotiate that merger now?!?"
2013-03-29 10:32:49 AM  
1 votes:

Brick-House: Hell, back in the stone ages when I was growing up, if you did something wrong and a neighbor saw you, they would slap the shiat out of you. Then they would tell your mother who would proceed to slap the shiat out of you. Then they would tell your father... Wash Rinse Repeat.


So much this!! I vividly remember having by butt smacked with a wooden spoon by the neighbor lady. A bunch of us were playing at her house and we were acting up. We all got the spoon and none of our parents batted an eye when they found out. My Dad thanked her for "setting me straight" and proceeded to take away tv privileges for a week.
2013-03-29 10:32:33 AM  
1 votes:

Well I use Mac/Linux...: I mean she should've been arrested from the standpoint that, if today I was out somewhere and saw a woman repeatedly hitting her kid in the face as hard as she was hitting him in that classroom, I would absolutely call the police.


LowbrowDeluxe: Yeah, no. Hauling off and striking a child repeatedly in anger is still abuse. I'm afraid *you're* still the problem. Good try deflecting, though.


He'll get over it.  On the other hand, the contemporary parental discipline methods (that is to say, none at all) causes more lasting damage.
2013-03-29 10:29:30 AM  
1 votes:
I told my kids exactly how I would dress (naked under a coat) and what I would wear (curlers in my hair, slippers on my feet) when I came to school and took off the coat and paraded up and down the hallways in front of all their schoolmates. (After all, I've been naked in rooms full of strangers giving birth, so I left modesty and dignity far, far behind long, long ago.) Also pointed out that there was no rule banning boys from wearing uniform dresses, and I was fully prepared to go get them some to wear to school for a while.

Or they could behave in school.

/Thank the FSM, child mental abuse still flies. Never had to act on my threat, although it did get close once or twice.
2013-03-29 09:56:56 AM  
1 votes:

Well I use Mac/Linux...: CSB time...

In high school there was this one kid in my bio class that was always acting up.  He would talk back to the teacher, throw stuff, etc.  Apparently our teacher had made numerous calls to the kid's mother, who refused to believe that her little boy could be doing any of these things, since he was a model little angel.  One day, unbeknownst to the whole class, the teacher invited the boy's mom into the class and had her hide in the storage closet at the front of the room.  Class started, and the teacher began teaching like normal.  Sure enough, the kid started his usual bullshiat.  I don't remember what he said exactly that was the final straw, but his mom came flying out of the closet and began smacking the ever loving shiat out of him.  I will never forget the look on his face when she first emerged from the closet.  For a brief moment, It looked like he couldn't tell if he was awake or dreaming.  I think a unicorn could have come out of that closet and he would have been less shocked.  After smacking him 5 or 6 times, she eventually grabbed him by the back of the neck and hauled him out of class.  Looking back at it now, it was absolutely child abuse, and she should have been arrested.  But nobody reported it.  Maybe it was because everyone hated that little asshole.  When he did come back to class the next week, he was a model farking student.  I mean he sat there with his hands folded on top of his desk and everything.


I approve of her tactics
2013-03-29 09:47:33 AM  
1 votes:
i can understand why she was so upset.  the state babysits her kids during the day; that's mama's drinking time.
2013-03-29 09:45:12 AM  
1 votes:

DROxINxTHExWIND: AbbeySomeone:
Yet people accuse some parents of not handing out enough discipline, at least she was trying.

THIS. She was obviously pissed that the kid got suspended and she was coming down there to hand out some whoop-ass. I told my son if I ever get called into the office during the school day because he was acting an ass I'm coming wearing a fur coat, swimming trunks and dress shoes.

/He knows better than to try me


If I was ever called to the office, my father threatened to either come in blazing mad at me or come in to the office in such a ridiculous manner that I would still be embarrassed from it well into my adulthood. It didn't help that he was either in the local police force, or still had buddies in the force once he retired, and thus had AMPLE ways of embarrassing me in front of the school.

/Was never called to the office once for k-12 years
//Whenever I have kids, they will be told the same thing.
2013-03-29 09:42:24 AM  
1 votes:
How attractive and successful of her.
2013-03-29 09:38:57 AM  
1 votes:
My stepfather was really big on me wearing my bike helmet as a kid. One day he drove over to the super market while I was out on my bike, and saw me, having rode up and parked my bike with my helmet hanging off the handle bar. He walked up behind me, slapped his hand down on my shoulder, spun me around, and looked into the face of a stranger.

I think this happens more often than people think.
2013-03-29 09:37:41 AM  
1 votes:

Okieboy: and by "these people" I mean Stupid people


It was too obvious to get a bite anyway.
2013-03-29 09:26:39 AM  
1 votes:

Brick-House: Tyshekka??? Have you ever wondered how some people come up with names? I think they just randomly type a bunch of letters together and then throw a KA at the end.


I have sometimes asked (axded) that question of women of color.  "That's an interesting name.  Where did you get that from?"  The most common answer is that it means some stupid thing in "African".  Princess, was one I remember.  Sorry, Princess.  What it really means is "My momma cain't spell none."
2013-03-29 09:20:20 AM  
1 votes:

MyKingdomForYourHorse: I'm not saying drugs, but drugs


I was going to say, whatever it's on, it's a helluva drug.

\And yes, there should be a ban on stupid names
2013-03-29 09:13:15 AM  
1 votes:

SpdrJay: Proving once again that stupid names cause teh cray cray....


If your parents were stupid enough to give you a stupid name, you are likely to be stupid as well.
2013-03-29 09:13:00 AM  
1 votes:
Subby may have been slapped in the face on the day apostrophes were discussed.
 
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