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2014-05-17 08:17:06 AM
Then don't ride my ass, motherfarker.
 
2014-05-17 08:44:36 AM

FirstNationalBastard: Then don't ride my ass, motherfarker.


i was driving in geneva one time when a work truck deliberately tapped my bumper from behind at about 70kmh. i was in the left lane, yes, but there was somebody in front of me and to the right, so i had nowhere to go. bloody fool could've spun me out. scared the shiat out of me!
 
2014-05-17 09:37:52 AM
Stupidity by all three.

Lead dumbass stopped on the highway, in the passing lane, without a reason. Also, was in the passing lane unnecessarily as there was space to move over. Middle dumbass was tailgating. Last dumbass wasn't paying attention (and may have been tailgating).

Combine all three and you get this video.
 
2014-05-17 09:46:58 AM
That wasn't a brake check. A brake check is a quick tap to light the lights when someone is tailgating, followed by rapid acceleration away to create separation. You give them a really good look at your bumper and then run. If you're lucky the fear will make them back off.

Unless they hit you, though, you do NOT stop. And if they do hit you, stay in the car so you can get away when they come looking to kick your ass.
 
2014-05-17 09:51:28 AM

FirstNationalBastard: Then don't ride my ass, motherfarker.


dustman81: Stupidity by all three.

Lead dumbass stopped on the highway, in the passing lane, without a reason. Also, was in the passing lane unnecessarily as there was space to move over. Middle dumbass was tailgating. Last dumbass wasn't paying attention (and may have been tailgating).

Combine all three and you get this video.


We don't have enough video to determine what the camera owner was doing. It certainly seems to open with him maybe being a bit too close, but we have no idea what preceded that. As long as we're speculating, I'm going to go with he had been following at a reasonable distance for miles, stuck behind this guy refusing to yield the right of way. The Peugeot owner decided he had had enough of this guy flashing his high-beams and rather than get over as he is required to, lifted off the gas until he finally hit the brakes.

This accident was 100% caused by the douche in the Peugeot.
 
2014-05-17 10:06:11 AM
It's only proper to break check cops.
 
2014-05-17 10:20:07 AM
Blue car driver has passive aggression issues.
 
2014-05-17 10:21:15 AM

Gecko Gingrich: This accident was 100% caused by the douche in the Peugeot.


And without the video (and perhaps with the video) 100% legally the fault of the guy doing the rear-ending.
 
2014-05-17 10:50:32 AM

R.A.Danny: Gecko Gingrich: This accident was 100% caused by the douche in the Peugeot.

And without the video (and perhaps with the video) 100% legally the fault of the guy doing the rear-ending.


Yeah, the third guy back is screwed.
 
2014-05-17 11:05:02 AM
This kind of stuff got cut way down in Phoenix once so many guys were packing. Just sayin'
 
2014-05-17 11:19:56 AM
30 second ad? Pass. Hope it was funny.
 
2014-05-17 11:26:07 AM

edmo: This kind of stuff got cut way down in Phoenix once so many guys were packing. Just sayin'


not allowed to carry fire arms in the UK where this happened, but a wheel brace is just as effective in proving a point... just sayin'
 
2014-05-17 11:28:45 AM
dustman81 [TotalFark]

Stupidity by all three.

^ This. 3 dumb-asses collide.
 
2014-05-17 11:37:28 AM

Adolf Oliver Nipples: That wasn't a brake check. A brake check is a quick tap to light the lights when someone is tailgating, followed by rapid acceleration away to create separation. You give them a really good look at your bumper and then run. If you're lucky the fear will make them back off.


I was on the interstate near Cville, Va, once.  A guy from NC was riding my ass in the slow lane.  He refused to pass, even when he plenty of opportunities.  All I could see in the rearview was his grill.  I didn't even brake; I just let off the gas to see if he'd pass.  The guy FINALLY passes, then cuts me off, slams on his brakes, slides against the guardrail, and then flips me off.  Then he slams on the gas and shoots down the road at easily 90-100, cutting everyone else off.  Guess the few hundred dollars off his paint was worth ... well, whatever the hell he was doing.

\sometimes, people are just assholes, can't explain it.
 
2014-05-17 11:38:06 AM

R.A.Danny: Gecko Gingrich: This accident was 100% caused by the douche in the Peugeot.

And without the video (and perhaps with the video) 100% legally the fault of the guy doing the rear-ending.


Yeah, the third guy is legally screwed. The middle guy was obviously driving a safe distance, since he stopped just fine behind the idiot.

The idiot was in the passing lane, without actually passing. In most US States, that is just plain illegal unless you are an "authorized vehicle". Even police officers (who aren't out ticket hunting) will goose you for pulling that crap, and even pull you over.

Directed at the passing lane camper: It isn't the "cell phone lane" and those people behind you weaving, flashing their lights and flipping you off have a very good point, dumbass.

Finally, it's no wonder there was an accident, everybody was driving on the wrong side of the freeway!
 
2014-05-17 11:38:58 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlTFlxI1RuE
Eyescan camera shows clear 'Crash for Cash' scam by Fleet News - 22,986 views
Published on Jan 17, 2014

http://www.fleetnews.co.uk/news/2014/1/17/-crash-for-cash-fraudulent -c laim-prevented-by-camera/49336/
An in-cab camera from the Vehicle Group has clearly shown the blatant fraud of a 'crash for cash' scam.

The video shows both vehicles travelling at 50mph on a dual carriageway when the car in front suddenly slams its brake on causing the vehicle with the in-cab camera to perform an emergency brake.

Due to the speed of the incident the vehicle behind shunts this vehicle up the rear pushing it into the third party.

When the accident was reported the driver of the blue Peugeot reported the driver as being at fault for the accident but using the video footage the system was able to exonerate the driver. The total cost saving for the claim was estimated at £45k.
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"We installed the cameras due to the increasing number of spurious third party damage and injury claims and the impact these were having on our overall costs and insurance premiums," he said.
...
 
2014-05-17 11:39:02 AM

whizbangthedirtfarmer: Adolf Oliver Nipples: That wasn't a brake check. A brake check is a quick tap to light the lights when someone is tailgating, followed by rapid acceleration away to create separation. You give them a really good look at your bumper and then run. If you're lucky the fear will make them back off.

I was on the interstate near Cville, Va, once.  A guy from NC was riding my ass in the slow lane.  He refused to pass, even when he plenty of opportunities.  All I could see in the rearview was his grill.  I didn't even brake; I just let off the gas to see if he'd pass.  The guy FINALLY passes, then cuts me off, slams on his brakes, slides against the guardrail, and then flips me off.  Then he slams on the gas and shoots down the road at easily 90-100, cutting everyone else off.  Guess the few hundred dollars off his paint was worth ... well, whatever the hell he was doing.

\sometimes, people are just assholes, can't explain it.


Meth. The answer, particularly in Virginia, is usually meth.
 
2014-05-17 11:41:03 AM
Brake check?  That looks more like a full stop to me.  With the video, one can hope it's enough evidence to file criminal charges of reckless endangerment.
 
2014-05-17 11:42:03 AM
One more reason why I love my van.  It's so big that nobody plays games with it.  Sure they dart around it all the time but never do they try to brake check, force me out of lanes, etc.  Road rage is a thing of the past.
 
2014-05-17 11:49:30 AM
Each time I replay this I see Chief Engineer Miles O'Brien on an away mission ready to go all phaser on blue car's driver.
 
2014-05-17 11:52:11 AM

dustman81: Stupidity by all three.

Lead dumbass stopped on the highway, in the passing lane, without a reason. Also, was in the passing lane unnecessarily as there was space to move over. Middle dumbass was tailgating. Last dumbass wasn't paying attention (and may have been tailgating).

Combine all three and you get this video.


blog.feabhas.com
 
2014-05-17 11:53:02 AM

Smeggy Smurf: One more reason why I love my van.  It's so big that nobody plays games with it.  Sure they dart around it all the time but never do they try to brake check, force me out of lanes, etc.  Road rage is a thing of the past.


The video appeared to be from a vehicle significantly larger than the car.  Size is no protection from a complete asshole.
 
2014-05-17 12:01:04 PM
I realize that traffic laws vary in different places, but anyway...

Is the guy with the camera not still at fault for hitting the car in front of him? The fact that he stopped fine doesn't typically matter if he was close enough that another vehicle was able to push him into the guy in front.
 
2014-05-17 12:02:16 PM

LesserEvil: Finally, it's no wonder there was an accident, everybody was driving on the wrong side of the freeway!


True, we have the actual problem pegged.
 
2014-05-17 12:03:41 PM
We can assign fault all we want, but this whole thing looks like no one was hurt so it will be insurance companies splitting bills and jacking up the rats on all three parties.
 
2014-05-17 12:05:57 PM

Marcus Aurelius: Smeggy Smurf: One more reason why I love my van.  It's so big that nobody plays games with it.  Sure they dart around it all the time but never do they try to brake check, force me out of lanes, etc.  Road rage is a thing of the past.

The video appeared to be from a vehicle significantly larger than the car.  Size is no protection from a complete asshole.


It might even be the reverse. I guiltily admit to brake checking (in the two taps on the brake sense) a big rig behind me because he was pretty damn scary sitting on my bumper in a way some small VW wouldn't have been.

Of course there is also stealth brake checking which I've been advised do to in driver's classes, which is if someone is tailgating you, lift up on the gas for a bit and open more space between you and the driver ahead of you which gives you and the tailgater behind you more room to slow down and stop and also gives tailgater another clue to get right with the world.

In this case, if blue car hadn't been a scammer to begin with, he would have moved over.
 
2014-05-17 12:13:37 PM

Lokasenna: I realize that traffic laws vary in different places, but anyway...

Is the guy with the camera not still at fault for hitting the car in front of him? The fact that he stopped fine doesn't typically matter if he was close enough that another vehicle was able to push him into the guy in front.


Bingo....Bango?
 
2014-05-17 12:13:51 PM
That was not a brake check. That was a full stop on the road.

A brake check is when you punch the brakes momentarily to flash your brake lights and drop your speed slightly (maybe 5 mph or so) and immediately resume driving as before. It is done to scare the shiat out the tailgater (someone close enough to be threatened by such a minor action) and let them know to back off and/or wake up.
 
2014-05-17 12:14:25 PM
All you farkers commenting here are oblivious to my comment that the source of this video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlTFlxI1RuE, identifies it as crash for cash fraud, or even independently thinking that it is deliberate fraud, not just bad drivers.
 
2014-05-17 12:14:59 PM

Lokasenna: I realize that traffic laws vary in different places, but anyway...

Is the guy with the camera not still at fault for hitting the car in front of him? The fact that he stopped fine doesn't typically matter if he was close enough that another vehicle was able to push him into the guy in front.


Traffic laws says there should be a certain distance dependent on speed.

I can't say whether that was the case.

But there's no law about how far away you must stop from another vehicle. Imagine redlights if so...
 
2014-05-17 12:18:56 PM

LesserEvil: The idiot was in the passing lane, without actually passing. In most US States, that is just plain illegal unless you are an "authorized vehicle". Even police officers (who aren't out ticket hunting) will goose you for pulling that crap, and even pull you over.


Clarification: I learned a few years back in traffic school that driving in the lane without passing isn't illegal. Not getting out of the way of a car that is traveling faster than you is what's illegal. I found that interesting, so I asked what the deal was if you were speeding, and the instructor said it was up to the cop, both drivers could be cited, the one speeding faster than the speeder, or you could be the only one cited for not getting out of the way, no matter how fast the other driver was going. At all. He could be doing 120 in the passing lane, and you could still be the only one to get a ticket.
 
2014-05-17 12:24:12 PM

spawn73: Lokasenna: I realize that traffic laws vary in different places, but anyway...

Is the guy with the camera not still at fault for hitting the car in front of him? The fact that he stopped fine doesn't typically matter if he was close enough that another vehicle was able to push him into the guy in front.

Traffic laws says there should be a certain distance dependent on speed.

I can't say whether that was the case.

But there's no law about how far away you must stop from another vehicle. Imagine redlights if so...


Actually, yes there is. Even when stationary you should leave enough space between you and the car in front should you get shunted. In this case, the blue car would be able to claim from the camera car, and he from the one that hit him. Although blue car guy was a twat the onus is on the following cars to leave enough room to be able to react.
 
2014-05-17 12:25:08 PM

HairBolus: All you farkers commenting here are oblivious to my comment that the source of this video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlTFlxI1RuE, identifies it as crash for cash fraud, or even independently thinking that it is deliberate fraud, not just bad drivers.


So Russia is exporting the need for dashcams to combat insurance fraud now...
 
2014-05-17 12:28:56 PM
Link just loads and loads and loads. Hope it is at least entertaining.

I had some asshole driving a bus full of tourists start tailgating me in Phoenix once, decent amount of traffic on the freeway, and nowhere for me to go anyway. I was traveling with the flow of traffic, and may have even been going slightly over the speed limit, but not by much, and this time I think traffic was traveling under the speed limit.

Anyway, I'm not even in the passing lane when this bus rides up on my ass, massaging the shiat out everyone's prostate. He starts flashing his lights and basically being a prick. I did enough of a brake check to flash my lights(The lights turn on before the car actually stops), and he just kept right on riding me. I just started coasting down lower and lower in speed, until is was doing about 45 in a 65, maintaining a blockade with the other lanes so that the bus never had a place to go, but was also slowing down more and more. By the end, I had him 20 mph under the speed limit for about 5 minutes.

Then I was able to accelerate into the nice cushion that had opened up in front of me and go on my way... Fark tailgating pieces of shiat. I'd build a car like in Death Proof if I could and run every one of those motherfarkers off of the road. Usually, the person you're freaking out over actually has a reason that they are where they are and traveling the speed they are. Sometimes they're clueless assholes on their cell phones, but often they have no way out of that lane for the next mile or so without hitting 90 or so, and they are still passing traffic, even if you don't think they are passing it "quickly" enough.
 
2014-05-17 12:31:08 PM

spawn73: Lokasenna: I realize that traffic laws vary in different places, but anyway...

Is the guy with the camera not still at fault for hitting the car in front of him? The fact that he stopped fine doesn't typically matter if he was close enough that another vehicle was able to push him into the guy in front.

Traffic laws says there should be a certain distance dependent on speed.

I can't say whether that was the case.

But there's no law about how far away you must stop from another vehicle. Imagine redlights if so...


Yes there is. If there is a multi-car accident at an intersection, in many places the car in back is responsible for hitting the car directly in front of them, and so on. If you are stopped at a light and get hit, you have to pay for the car in front of you because you chose not to leave a safe distance, the exact same reason why an accident with moving traffic is handled the same way.
 
2014-05-17 12:35:11 PM

HairBolus: All you farkers commenting here are oblivious to my comment that the source of this video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlTFlxI1RuE, identifies it as crash for cash fraud, or even independently thinking that it is deliberate fraud, not just bad drivers.


1. Just because a video on YouTube "identifies" a video as something, it means nothing.
2. If this is the video to this link(Never got the video to load on this^^^ link), I'd say that this one probably IS intentional, it's pretty blatant, just saying that what someone calls it on YouTube doesn't sway me.
3. And yeah, I'd say that this is in no way a "brake check". That was farked up.
 
2014-05-17 12:39:26 PM

hippyneil: spawn73: Lokasenna: I realize that traffic laws vary in different places, but anyway...

Is the guy with the camera not still at fault for hitting the car in front of him? The fact that he stopped fine doesn't typically matter if he was close enough that another vehicle was able to push him into the guy in front.

Traffic laws says there should be a certain distance dependent on speed.

I can't say whether that was the case.

But there's no law about how far away you must stop from another vehicle. Imagine redlights if so...

Actually, yes there is. Even when stationary you should leave enough space between you and the car in front should you get shunted. In this case, the blue car would be able to claim from the camera car, and he from the one that hit him. Although blue car guy was a twat the onus is on the following cars to leave enough room to be able to react.


Those must be some terribly-written laws that allow the blue car to not take liability for the whole situation. If everyone had to leave enough cushion to account for any car suddenly braking to a stop on a shoulderless road, no one would ever get anywhere.
 
2014-05-17 12:39:30 PM

hippyneil: spawn73: Lokasenna: I realize that traffic laws vary in different places, but anyway...

Is the guy with the camera not still at fault for hitting the car in front of him? The fact that he stopped fine doesn't typically matter if he was close enough that another vehicle was able to push him into the guy in front.

Traffic laws says there should be a certain distance dependent on speed.

I can't say whether that was the case.

But there's no law about how far away you must stop from another vehicle. Imagine redlights if so...

Actually, yes there is. Even when stationary you should leave enough space between you and the car in front should you get shunted. In this case, the blue car would be able to claim from the camera car, and he from the one that hit him. Although blue car guy was a twat the onus is on the following cars to leave enough room to be able to react.


Ah OK. I didn't realise that.

I guess traffic laws are a bit different in the UK then.
 
2014-05-17 12:47:17 PM
This is why I started to cut back on my texting while driving. I've almost hit so many people who've tried to brake check me it's ridiculous.
 
2014-05-17 01:00:53 PM

Mudcloth: This is why I started to cut back on my texting while driving. I've almost hit so many people who've tried to brake check me it's ridiculous.


This is how you do it, kids.
 
2014-05-17 01:02:09 PM
I would have chucked my beer at that asshole in the blue car.
 
2014-05-17 01:05:29 PM

goatleggedfellow: hippyneil: spawn73: Lokasenna: I realize that traffic laws vary in different places, but anyway...

Is the guy with the camera not still at fault for hitting the car in front of him? The fact that he stopped fine doesn't typically matter if he was close enough that another vehicle was able to push him into the guy in front.

Traffic laws says there should be a certain distance dependent on speed.

I can't say whether that was the case.

But there's no law about how far away you must stop from another vehicle. Imagine redlights if so...

Actually, yes there is. Even when stationary you should leave enough space between you and the car in front should you get shunted. In this case, the blue car would be able to claim from the camera car, and he from the one that hit him. Although blue car guy was a twat the onus is on the following cars to leave enough room to be able to react.

Those must be some terribly-written laws that allow the blue car to not take liability for the whole situation. If everyone had to leave enough cushion to account for any car suddenly braking to a stop on a shoulderless road, no one would ever get anywhere.


I have yet to drive anywhere that *didn't* have a "leave enough space while driving for sudden stops" rule. Some places will even say it's your fault if you come around blind corner and smash into someone stopped in your lane.

Also, seriously, unless the guy in front of you plows into a brick wall, you don't need a ton of space to stop safely. Deerfoot Trail here in Calgary is generally 110km/h, one car length at most apart, and the majority of us do just fine.
 
2014-05-17 01:10:03 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Then don't ride my ass, motherfarker.


I would not hesitate to beat you to a fine paste if you did that to me.

static.comicvine.com

\that was *not* a brake check, that was a "F*CK you" check
\\and the guy following *passed*. He stopped. Not his fault the ppl behind him didn't
 
2014-05-17 01:19:22 PM

Mikey1969: Link just loads and loads and loads. Hope it is at least entertaining.

I had some asshole driving a bus full of tourists start tailgating me in Phoenix once, decent amount of traffic on the freeway, and nowhere for me to go anyway. I was traveling with the flow of traffic, and may have even been going slightly over the speed limit, but not by much, and this time I think traffic was traveling under the speed limit.

Anyway, I'm not even in the passing lane when this bus rides up on my ass, massaging the shiat out everyone's prostate. He starts flashing his lights and basically being a prick. I did enough of a brake check to flash my lights(The lights turn on before the car actually stops), and he just kept right on riding me. I just started coasting down lower and lower in speed, until is was doing about 45 in a 65, maintaining a blockade with the other lanes so that the bus never had a place to go, but was also slowing down more and more. By the end, I had him 20 mph under the speed limit for about 5 minutes.

Then I was able to accelerate into the nice cushion that had opened up in front of me and go on my way... Fark tailgating pieces of shiat. I'd build a car like in Death Proof if I could and run every one of those motherfarkers off of the road. Usually, the person you're freaking out over actually has a reason that they are where they are and traveling the speed they are. Sometimes they're clueless assholes on their cell phones, but often they have no way out of that lane for the next mile or so without hitting 90 or so, and they are still passing traffic, even if you don't think they are passing it "quickly" enough.


I've never heard of such a law in either California or Arizona, and my Google fu on my phone is poor.

Can you point me to such a law in California, Arizona(, or anywhere in the States to help me Google it further)?
 
2014-05-17 01:28:43 PM

boohyah: edmo: This kind of stuff got cut way down in Phoenix once so many guys were packing. Just sayin'

not allowed to carry fire arms in the UK where this happened, but a wheel brace is just as effective in proving a point... just sayin'


I keep a comically large pipe wrench along the floor board by my driver's seat. I consider it a public service; so I'll be prepared if someone does something like this and needs to have their nuts adjusted afterwards.
 
2014-05-17 01:30:42 PM
He sounded like Andrew Dice Clay.
 
2014-05-17 01:44:13 PM

RoyBatty: Mikey1969: Link just loads and loads and loads. Hope it is at least entertaining.

I had some asshole driving a bus full of tourists start tailgating me in Phoenix once, decent amount of traffic on the freeway, and nowhere for me to go anyway. I was traveling with the flow of traffic, and may have even been going slightly over the speed limit, but not by much, and this time I think traffic was traveling under the speed limit.

Anyway, I'm not even in the passing lane when this bus rides up on my ass, massaging the shiat out everyone's prostate. He starts flashing his lights and basically being a prick. I did enough of a brake check to flash my lights(The lights turn on before the car actually stops), and he just kept right on riding me. I just started coasting down lower and lower in speed, until is was doing about 45 in a 65, maintaining a blockade with the other lanes so that the bus never had a place to go, but was also slowing down more and more. By the end, I had him 20 mph under the speed limit for about 5 minutes.

Then I was able to accelerate into the nice cushion that had opened up in front of me and go on my way... Fark tailgating pieces of shiat. I'd build a car like in Death Proof if I could and run every one of those motherfarkers off of the road. Usually, the person you're freaking out over actually has a reason that they are where they are and traveling the speed they are. Sometimes they're clueless assholes on their cell phones, but often they have no way out of that lane for the next mile or so without hitting 90 or so, and they are still passing traffic, even if you don't think they are passing it "quickly" enough.

I've never heard of such a law in either California or Arizona, and my Google fu on my phone is poor.

Can you point me to such a law in California, Arizona(, or anywhere in the States to help me Google it further)?


29 States say that you can't use the left lane if you are "traveling slower than normal traffic"
6 States say that you must move over if blocking traffic(even if you are already speeding)
10 States limit the lane to passing or turning left
5 States have laws that are pretty vague or weak

http://jalopnik.com/5501615/left-lane-passing-laws-a-state-by-state-m a p

So yeah, in 29 States if that guy in front of you is overtaking traffic at all, even at a glacial rate, he's perfectly within the law. The real problem is when you're trying to get out of the farking lane, and you have those jackasses who pace you, speed up when you do, slow down when you do, and then you have some prick behind you who won't get off your goddam ass, so you've got one asshole beside you and one behind you.
 
2014-05-17 01:52:25 PM

R.A.Danny: Gecko Gingrich: This accident was 100% caused by the douche in the Peugeot.

And without the video (and perhaps with the video) 100% legally the fault of the guy doing the rear-ending.


Unless that guy is friends with the cops.

csb: I got rear ended by a tow truck driver. Cops showed up, gave the guy a hug they were such good friends. It was of course decided it was my fault he rear ended me. The reason it was my fault according to the piggies-- I worked on that street and should have known the tow truck driver would be doing 20over the speed limit. Thats what those corrupt pos cops used as a reason for it being my fault I got rear ended.
 
2014-05-17 02:06:55 PM

LoneVVolf: boohyah: edmo: This kind of stuff got cut way down in Phoenix once so many guys were packing. Just sayin'

not allowed to carry fire arms in the UK where this happened, but a wheel brace is just as effective in proving a point... just sayin'

I keep a comically large pipe wrench along the floor board by my driver's seat. I consider it a public service; so I'll be prepared if someone does something like this and needs to have their nuts adjusted afterwards.


that prick in the pug definitely needed something adjusting. these crash for cash assholes have caused deaths in the UK yet they dont get charged with murder even though they have caused a death thru deliberate actions. the law is truly an ass
 
2014-05-17 02:12:30 PM

R.A.Danny: Gecko Gingrich: This accident was 100% caused by the douche in the Peugeot.

And without the video (and perhaps with the video) 100% legally the fault of the guy doing the rear-ending.


Sadly, this.
 
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