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2014-02-25 07:17:17 PM  
A soft, squishy middle.
 
2014-02-25 07:18:02 PM  
Well it would appear as that that the ridicule of the fatty fat fat that's might be paid off but overall really synthetic shedding agents should continue to be inserted into their Twinkies so that way we can further increase the blubber off set
 
2014-02-25 07:19:43 PM  
Well, I guess "not getting fat quite as quickly as we used to" is better than nothing.

Kind of.
 
2014-02-25 07:22:03 PM  
only because we are already so fat the cars are unable to haul our asses to the local Macdonalds.
 
2014-02-25 07:25:08 PM  
"Glandular disorder"
 
2014-02-25 07:29:52 PM  

comslave: only because we are already so fat the cars are unable to haul our asses to the local Macdonalds.


If that happened, you'd immediately hear about McDonald's starting a delivery service.
 
2014-02-25 07:31:04 PM  
Started using myfitnesspal religiously and linked it to my Fitbit. Having a real time look at calories in/out really makes you think twice about shoving that extra sleeve of Thin Mints down your pie hole. Plus now I know what that extra goodie will cost me at the gym should I choose to indulge. Seems to help and I'm lighter now than I was in 10th grade (some 23 years ago).
 
2014-02-25 07:38:51 PM  

Acidicnads: Well it would appear as that that the ridicule of the fatty fat fat that's might be paid off but overall really synthetic shedding agents should continue to be inserted into their Twinkies so that way we can further increase the blubber off set



Time had an article last week about how research is showing if a kid is heavy during early school years, then they're likely to be obese later in life and run into health issues much earlier.

I think its helping that schools have ditched the low quality junk food in the cafeteria.  I remember school food was pizza, egg rolls, frito pie, chips and soda.  Maybe some salt soaked vegetables were available...somewhere...  its amazing I didn't end up fat myself.
 
2014-02-25 07:39:23 PM  

PancakeBunny: "Glandular disorder"


"Thyroid problem"
 
2014-02-25 07:41:55 PM  

TheDirtyNacho: its amazing I didn't end up fat myself.


Your user name makes me question this. Then again, why eat a dirty nacho if there's a clean one, right THERE?
 
2014-02-25 07:43:51 PM  
Meanwhile, in the animal kingdom.....

Bonus, ad worth watching.
 
2014-02-25 07:46:38 PM  
www.wetakethecake.com
 
2014-02-25 07:47:47 PM  

baconbeard: PancakeBunny: "Glandular disorder"

"Thyroid problem"


"Pass the bacon."
 
2014-02-25 08:00:59 PM  

Shadowknight: comslave: only because we are already so fat the cars are unable to haul our asses to the local Macdonalds.

If that happened, you'd immediately hear about McDonald's starting a delivery service.


https://www.delivery.com/nyc/mcdonalds
 
2014-02-25 08:03:12 PM  

Creoena: Shadowknight: comslave: only because we are already so fat the cars are unable to haul our asses to the local Macdonalds.

If that happened, you'd immediately hear about McDonald's starting a delivery service.

https://www.delivery.com/nyc/mcdonalds


I didn't need to know about that.  I liked that last scrap of faith in humanity I had left.  Was gonna frame it and everything.
 
2014-02-25 08:08:21 PM  

ArcadianRefugee: baconbeard: PancakeBunny: "Glandular disorder"

"Thyroid problem"

"Pass the bacon."


img.fark.net
 
2014-02-25 08:09:08 PM  

RichMeatyTaste: Started using myfitnesspal religiously and linked it to my Fitbit. Having a real time look at calories in/out really makes you think twice about shoving that extra sleeve of Thin Mints down your pie hole. Plus now I know what that extra goodie will cost me at the gym should I choose to indulge. Seems to help and I'm lighter now than I was in 10th grade (some 23 years ago).


I'm with you on the FitBit, though I don't have it linked with FitnessPal. I'm down 15 pounds since the end of last year. Awesome stuff.

Also installed RunKeeper to help with running. Technology is amazing these days.

I'm tempted to get a heart rate monitor, but can't justify it quite yet
 
2014-02-25 08:19:10 PM  

HaywoodJablonski: RichMeatyTaste: Started using myfitnesspal religiously and linked it to my Fitbit. Having a real time look at calories in/out really makes you think twice about shoving that extra sleeve of Thin Mints down your pie hole. Plus now I know what that extra goodie will cost me at the gym should I choose to indulge. Seems to help and I'm lighter now than I was in 10th grade (some 23 years ago).

I'm with you on the FitBit, though I don't have it linked with FitnessPal. I'm down 15 pounds since the end of last year. Awesome stuff.

Also installed RunKeeper to help with running. Technology is amazing these days.

I'm tempted to get a heart rate monitor, but can't justify it quite yet


Same here. I use My Fitness Pal and Runtastic Pro on my phone. While I'm hiking uphill, I'll stop for 10-15 seconds to use Heart Rate Pro (which synchronizes with Runtastic Pro) to take my pulse. It uses your camera and LED flash and is accurate.
 
2014-02-25 08:25:01 PM  

ecmoRandomNumbers: HaywoodJablonski: RichMeatyTaste: Started using myfitnesspal religiously and linked it to my Fitbit. Having a real time look at calories in/out really makes you think twice about shoving that extra sleeve of Thin Mints down your pie hole. Plus now I know what that extra goodie will cost me at the gym should I choose to indulge. Seems to help and I'm lighter now than I was in 10th grade (some 23 years ago).

I'm with you on the FitBit, though I don't have it linked with FitnessPal. I'm down 15 pounds since the end of last year. Awesome stuff.

Also installed RunKeeper to help with running. Technology is amazing these days.

I'm tempted to get a heart rate monitor, but can't justify it quite yet

Same here. I use My Fitness Pal and Runtastic Pro on my phone. While I'm hiking uphill, I'll stop for 10-15 seconds to use Heart Rate Pro (which synchronizes with Runtastic Pro) to take my pulse. It uses your camera and LED flash and is accurate.


Hmm. I don't think an app will help me during long distance runs, which is the main reason I want an HRM. For best results, you should keep your HR within a certain range
 
2014-02-25 08:30:54 PM  
TheDirtyNacho:

I think its helping that schools have ditched the low quality junk food in the cafeteria.  I remember school food was pizza, egg rolls, frito pie, chips and soda.  Maybe some salt soaked vegetables were available...somewhere...  its amazing I didn't end up fat myself.

I had never heard of this device until I found myself in line at the concession stand at Tulsa Raceway Park last fall, where the food choices were burgers and frito pies and they were all out of burgers.

That... was the most inedible thing I've ever spent money on.  I ate some of the chili out from between the fritos and threw the rest away, preferring to go hungry rather than choke that thing down.

On the other hand, when I was in high school, I never at lunch at school.  Not once.  Never bagged and never bought.  Farkit.  I grabbed a couple footlongs from Subway on the way home instead.
 
2014-02-25 08:38:35 PM  
Thanks Obama.

/no, not that one
 
2014-02-25 08:40:17 PM  

Shadowknight: comslave: only because we are already so fat the cars are unable to haul our asses to the local Macdonalds.

If that happened, you'd immediately hear about McDonald's starting a delivery service.


Or think of what's between your house and the nearest McDonald's: 7-11, Pizza Hut, Hardee's, Taco Bell, Popeye's, Domino's, Pizza Hut, Dunkin Donuts, etc and plenty of 'authentic' mom and pop joints that sell the exact same thing. Don't have to walk more than 5 minutes in a lot of places to get simple, processed garbage!
 
2014-02-25 08:42:28 PM  
Also, is it really all that difficult to believe?  Food here is incredibly cheap and easy to get.  Of course obesity is a problem.  It's been a problem since the first day people saw our vast plains and said "Yes, this is a fertile land and we will thrive."

/that was before the sudden but inevitable betrayal
 
2014-02-25 08:47:53 PM  

kling_klang_bed: Shadowknight: comslave: only because we are already so fat the cars are unable to haul our asses to the local Macdonalds.

If that happened, you'd immediately hear about McDonald's starting a delivery service.

Or think of what's between your house and the nearest McDonald's: 7-11, Pizza Hut, Hardee's, Taco Bell, Popeye's, Domino's, Pizza Hut, Dunkin Donuts, etc and plenty of 'authentic' mom and pop joints that sell the exact same thing. Don't have to walk more than 5 minutes in a lot of places to get simple, processed garbage!


My father in law, crusty old Kentucky man, calls restaurant-laden areas "Pickle Parks", why I do not know. I like the sound of it, and call those areas that now too.
 
2014-02-25 08:50:27 PM  

kling_klang_bed: Shadowknight: comslave: only because we are already so fat the cars are unable to haul our asses to the local Macdonalds.

If that happened, you'd immediately hear about McDonald's starting a delivery service.

Or think of what's between your house and the nearest McDonald's: 7-11, Pizza Hut, Hardee's, Taco Bell, Popeye's, Domino's, Pizza Hut, Dunkin Donuts, etc and plenty of 'authentic' mom and pop joints that sell the exact same thing. Don't have to walk more than 5 minutes in a lot of places to get simple, processed garbage!


You know what's between me and the nearest McDonald's?

Three miles of surface streets, along which are a Speedway, some other gas station that I can't think of the name, and they are 24 hour and have a large selection of fortified wines, which is kinda strange and I sometimes want to put UV dye on the bottles to see if they actually sell any because who the hell buys that crap around here?, and an honest-to-God video rental store that is still in business and thriving!

Also a shopping plaza with a nice supermarket as an anchor, with a liquor store that has all sorts of interesting stuff including zubrowka, which is really, really good if you like vodkas that don't taste like cleaning solution.

Down the cross street from the McDonald's is a diner that makes the best Reuben I've ever had anywhere.  Plus a mean Greek omelette.  Whoever decided to put olives and feta cheese in an omelette was a genius.
 
2014-02-25 08:55:09 PM  

Mister Peejay: TheDirtyNacho:

I think its helping that schools have ditched the low quality junk food in the cafeteria.  I remember school food was pizza, egg rolls, frito pie, chips and soda.  Maybe some salt soaked vegetables were available...somewhere...  its amazing I didn't end up fat myself.

I had never heard of this device until I found myself in line at the concession stand at Tulsa Raceway Park last fall, where the food choices were burgers and frito pies and they were all out of burgers.

That... was the most inedible thing I've ever spent money on.  I ate some of the chili out from between the fritos and threw the rest away, preferring to go hungry rather than choke that thing down.

On the other hand, when I was in high school, I never at lunch at school.  Not once.  Never bagged and never bought.  Farkit.  I grabbed a couple footlongs from Subway on the way home instead.



Done right, frito pie is good - pair it with a Dr Pepper.   It's easy to get it wrong though.  It needs to be hot chili of the right consistency, not too much cheese.  Onion and jalapeno to taste.  And now I sound fat.
 
2014-02-25 09:01:13 PM  

freetomato: kling_klang_bed: Shadowknight: comslave: only because we are already so fat the cars are unable to haul our asses to the local Macdonalds.

If that happened, you'd immediately hear about McDonald's starting a delivery service.

Or think of what's between your house and the nearest McDonald's: 7-11, Pizza Hut, Hardee's, Taco Bell, Popeye's, Domino's, Pizza Hut, Dunkin Donuts, etc and plenty of 'authentic' mom and pop joints that sell the exact same thing. Don't have to walk more than 5 minutes in a lot of places to get simple, processed garbage!

My father in law, crusty old Kentucky man, calls restaurant-laden areas "Pickle Parks", why I do not know. I like the sound of it, and call those areas that now too.


Lol, my grandfather was a KY guy, but never heard that one. Then again, he was from the near-Cincinnati area, so some of the rural slang I'm guessing got cleared out.
 
2014-02-25 09:05:12 PM  

baconbeard: PancakeBunny: "Glandular disorder"

"Thyroid problem"


it's the mead.
 
2014-02-25 09:06:53 PM  

Mister Peejay: kling_klang_bed: Shadowknight: comslave: only because we are already so fat the cars are unable to haul our asses to the local Macdonalds.

If that happened, you'd immediately hear about McDonald's starting a delivery service.

Or think of what's between your house and the nearest McDonald's: 7-11, Pizza Hut, Hardee's, Taco Bell, Popeye's, Domino's, Pizza Hut, Dunkin Donuts, etc and plenty of 'authentic' mom and pop joints that sell the exact same thing. Don't have to walk more than 5 minutes in a lot of places to get simple, processed garbage!

You know what's between me and the nearest McDonald's?

Three miles of surface streets, along which are a Speedway, some other gas station that I can't think of the name, and they are 24 hour and have a large selection of fortified wines, which is kinda strange and I sometimes want to put UV dye on the bottles to see if they actually sell any because who the hell buys that crap around here?, and an honest-to-God video rental store that is still in business and thriving!

Also a shopping plaza with a nice supermarket as an anchor, with a liquor store that has all sorts of interesting stuff including zubrowka, which is really, really good if you like vodkas that don't taste like cleaning solution.

Down the cross street from the McDonald's is a diner that makes the best Reuben I've ever had anywhere.  Plus a mean Greek omelette.  Whoever decided to put olives and feta cheese in an omelette was a genius.


A video store you say?
<iframe width="420" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/3TrPwOrf4sM" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

There's one up the street from me that sells videos. And the sign says 'all ratings', aka everything from single X to triple X, and it mentions something about 'adult toys'. Ain't gonna be finding any copies of 'Pocahantas' there, I'm guessing!
 
2014-02-25 09:27:24 PM  

kling_klang_bed: freetomato: kling_klang_bed: Shadowknight: comslave: only because we are already so fat the cars are unable to haul our asses to the local Macdonalds.

If that happened, you'd immediately hear about McDonald's starting a delivery service.

Or think of what's between your house and the nearest McDonald's: 7-11, Pizza Hut, Hardee's, Taco Bell, Popeye's, Domino's, Pizza Hut, Dunkin Donuts, etc and plenty of 'authentic' mom and pop joints that sell the exact same thing. Don't have to walk more than 5 minutes in a lot of places to get simple, processed garbage!

My father in law, crusty old Kentucky man, calls restaurant-laden areas "Pickle Parks", why I do not know. I like the sound of it, and call those areas that now too.

Lol, my grandfather was a KY guy, but never heard that one. Then again, he was from the near-Cincinnati area, so some of the rural slang I'm guessing got cleared out.


Rabbit Hash, my friend. Doesn't get much closer to Cincy. They probably have common acquaintances.
 
2014-02-25 09:34:36 PM  

freetomato: kling_klang_bed: freetomato: kling_klang_bed: Shadowknight: comslave: only because we are already so fat the cars are unable to haul our asses to the local Macdonalds.

If that happened, you'd immediately hear about McDonald's starting a delivery service.

Or think of what's between your house and the nearest McDonald's: 7-11, Pizza Hut, Hardee's, Taco Bell, Popeye's, Domino's, Pizza Hut, Dunkin Donuts, etc and plenty of 'authentic' mom and pop joints that sell the exact same thing. Don't have to walk more than 5 minutes in a lot of places to get simple, processed garbage!

My father in law, crusty old Kentucky man, calls restaurant-laden areas "Pickle Parks", why I do not know. I like the sound of it, and call those areas that now too.

Lol, my grandfather was a KY guy, but never heard that one. Then again, he was from the near-Cincinnati area, so some of the rural slang I'm guessing got cleared out.

Rabbit Hash, my friend. Doesn't get much closer to Cincy. They probably have common acquaintances.


Probably, and they probably both made fun of Bracken county. :-p
 
2014-02-25 09:50:41 PM  

freetomato: kling_klang_bed: Shadowknight: comslave: only because we are already so fat the cars are unable to haul our asses to the local Macdonalds.

If that happened, you'd immediately hear about McDonald's starting a delivery service.

Or think of what's between your house and the nearest McDonald's: 7-11, Pizza Hut, Hardee's, Taco Bell, Popeye's, Domino's, Pizza Hut, Dunkin Donuts, etc and plenty of 'authentic' mom and pop joints that sell the exact same thing. Don't have to walk more than 5 minutes in a lot of places to get simple, processed garbage!

My father in law, crusty old Kentucky man, calls restaurant-laden areas "Pickle Parks", why I do not know. I like the sound of it, and call those areas that now too.


I used to have a CB in my car in the late 90s and used to hear truckers refer to rest areas as "pickle parks" all the time.  I suspected I knew what they were getting at, but never asked.
 
2014-02-25 09:59:48 PM  

Mister Peejay: I had never heard of this device until I found myself in line at the concession stand at Tulsa Raceway Park last fall, where the food choices were burgers and frito pies and they were all out of burgers.

That... was the most inedible thing I've ever spent money on. I ate some of the chili out from between the fritos and threw the rest away, preferring to go hungry rather than choke that thing down.

On the other hand, when I was in high school, I never at lunch at school. Not once. Never bagged and never bought. Farkit. I grabbed a couple footlongs from Subway on the way home instead.


You dislike Frito chili pie, but would eat two Subway footlongs daily? There's something wrong with you, son.
 
2014-02-25 10:20:09 PM  

Pokey.Clyde: Mister Peejay: I had never heard of this device until I found myself in line at the concession stand at Tulsa Raceway Park last fall, where the food choices were burgers and frito pies and they were all out of burgers.

That... was the most inedible thing I've ever spent money on. I ate some of the chili out from between the fritos and threw the rest away, preferring to go hungry rather than choke that thing down.

On the other hand, when I was in high school, I never at lunch at school. Not once. Never bagged and never bought. Farkit. I grabbed a couple footlongs from Subway on the way home instead.

You dislike Frito chili pie, but would eat two Subway footlongs daily? There's something wrong with you, son.


Back then, a footlong veggie sub was $2.99.  $3.29 for the cold cut trio, but i could only eat one of those in one sitting, while i could scarf down two veggie subs and the less-filling food would last me through the rest of the day.  One cold cut trio would have me raiding the snack machine at my after-work job by 5:30.

Fritos are and always have been disgusting.  But then I don't really like anything corn based.  I had a cat that loved Fritos, though.  (He also licked his own ass.)
 
2014-02-25 10:43:21 PM  

freetomato: Rabbit Hash, my friend. Doesn't get much closer to Cincy. They probably have common acquaintances.


Probably? It's Kintucky. I'm sure you guys are cousins.

J/k.

/from Cincinnati
//still...the Florence Y'all water tower doesn't make ANY of us from that region look good....
 
2014-02-25 10:59:53 PM  
Ihaveanevilparrot:
//still...the Florence Y'all water tower doesn't make ANY of us from that region look good....

We'd been up for over 24 hours on a car acquisition towstravaganza when we were rolling down I-whatever and I saw that water tower and me friend and I both thought "Did we just see that?  No....  Wait did we just see that?"  No words were spoken, none needed to be spoken.  We could smell the WTF thick in the air, and we were the ones who dealt it.
 
2014-02-25 11:12:52 PM  
In my quest to become a proud, round American my daily caloric intake rivals that of a triathlete, but as my PIP indicate I'm failing miserably.
 
2014-02-25 11:28:45 PM  

Mister Peejay: Ihaveanevilparrot:
//still...the Florence Y'all water tower doesn't make ANY of us from that region look good....

We'd been up for over 24 hours on a car acquisition towstravaganza when we were rolling down I-whatever and I saw that water tower and me friend and I both thought "Did we just see that?  No....  Wait did we just see that?"  No words were spoken, none needed to be spoken.  We could smell the WTF thick in the air, and we were the ones who dealt it.


I'm not sure who thought it was a good idea.

From what I remember of the story, the water tower used say "Florence Mall," and there were complaints that the county/city (not sure who put it up) shouldn't be giving a commercial business free advertising or something. So rather than painting over it and putting something else, painting over it and leaving it blank, or just painting over the "Mall" portion, they painted  over the "M" and put a "Y'"

Ah, Kentucky. Way to shed those stereotypes.
 
2014-02-26 12:04:23 AM  
Firefly reference headline appreciated.
 
2014-02-26 12:05:12 AM  

Ihaveanevilparrot: freetomato: Rabbit Hash, my friend. Doesn't get much closer to Cincy. They probably have common acquaintances.

Probably? It's Kintucky. I'm sure you guys are cousins.

J/k.

/from Cincinnati
//still...the Florence Y'all water tower doesn't make ANY of us from that region look good....


I am from northern CA where there the girls are warm. We are far from cousins. I am the exotic CA military brunette that mixed shiat up.

My geeky bro in law dressed as the Florence water tower for Halloween.
 
2014-02-26 12:08:04 AM  
We have to be careful, or by the time Zefram Cochrane gets the attention of the Vulcans they'll just pass us on by.

i.imgur.com
 
2014-02-26 12:31:31 AM  
I've gone from 394 to 262 lbs since January last year. My BMI has gone from a terrifying 56.4 to a still-scary-but-dropping 37.5. Just through a change in my eating habits (nothing fancy - more fruits and vegetables, fewer calorie dense foods) and getting more active. Myfitnesspal is something I highly recommend, although I really only used it in the first few months while getting my habits established.

If you're in the same situation I was in, you have to be open to the idea that weight loss is not impossible. Try really hard for a week. Then another week. Then a month and pretty soon you start getting confident that you can get on top of your problem.
 
2014-02-26 04:55:24 AM  
All of you saying "I can`t lose weight" try never eating fat and sugar in the same product and doing a reasonable amount of exercise. I would bet that most of you having trouble losing weight eat fat and sugar together. Neither one is the enemy. Together they do bad things.

Myself I started with exercise and I found my desire for `bad` food just went away by itself.

YMMV
 
2014-02-26 04:57:32 AM  
Also, take away food has a lot of sugar hidden in their fatty food so you should start there...
 
2014-02-26 06:48:55 AM  

thisispete: I've gone from 394 to 262 lbs since January last year. My BMI has gone from a terrifying 56.4 to a still-scary-but-dropping 37.5. Just through a change in my eating habits (nothing fancy - more fruits and vegetables, fewer calorie dense foods) and getting more active. Myfitnesspal is something I highly recommend, although I really only used it in the first few months while getting my habits established.

If you're in the same situation I was in, you have to be open to the idea that weight loss is not impossible. Try really hard for a week. Then another week. Then a month and pretty soon you start getting confident that you can get on top of your problem.


Congrats! What's your target weight? I'm in the first third of a 40-pound total target loss agenda. It's amazing how much more energy I have and how much more alert I am
 
2014-02-26 09:02:57 AM  

RichMeatyTaste: Started using myfitnesspal religiously and linked it to my Fitbit. Having a real time look at calories in/out really makes you think twice about shoving that extra sleeve of Thin Mints down your pie hole. Plus now I know what that extra goodie will cost me at the gym should I choose to indulge. Seems to help and I'm lighter now than I was in 10th grade (some 23 years ago).


Gonna join the myfitnesspal chorus here.  Been using it for two years now.  Since I'm online most of the day anyway, it's astonishingly easy to keep track of my food and exercise, track my progress and see the effects of "what if" scenarios, like, What if I eat that bag of Doritos from the vending machine vs. bringing in an apple.  And as others having pointed out, it syncs with your FitBit and similar gadgets.  Not bad for a free site.

One tip for MFP users: pre-log your food.  I brown bag it every day and I've already entered my lunch even though it's hours from lunch time.  At night when you're vegged out in front of the computer or TV, pre-log your snacks.  That way you can see where your totals end up before you stuff the food down your throat.  This lets you plan things out and modify if necessary.
 
2014-02-26 03:07:58 PM  

HaywoodJablonski: Congrats! What's your target weight? I'm in the first third of a 40-pound total target loss agenda. It's amazing how much more energy I have and how much more alert I am


I'd like to get somewhere below 200.

It sounds like you're breaking up your goal into achievable chunks or phases - that's exactly what I've been doing. It gives a really good feeling of achievement. I too feel much more energetic. I've also found my libido has shot up too. I think I'm producing more testosterone with more muscle strength and/or my smaller body has somehow concentrated it as it flows through my system.
 
2014-02-26 03:17:14 PM  

thisispete: HaywoodJablonski: Congrats! What's your target weight? I'm in the first third of a 40-pound total target loss agenda. It's amazing how much more energy I have and how much more alert I am

I'd like to get somewhere below 200.

It sounds like you're breaking up your goal into achievable chunks or phases - that's exactly what I've been doing. It gives a really good feeling of achievement. I too feel much more energetic. I've also found my libido has shot up too. I think I'm producing more testosterone with more muscle strength and/or my smaller body has somehow concentrated it as it flows through my system.


I'm not going to sleep with you! Haha...

I haven't really broken it into chunks, it's just that I'm about a third of the way there so far. Yeah it's amazing how much more your body is capable of when it doesn't have to worry about carrying so much weight around, fighting fat cells, etc.

Keep up the good work.
 
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