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PostSubject: I'm from the future   Mon Apr 15, 2013 11:25 pm

Just thinking about history and what to believe?
I was thinking about using my time machine so I could go and check what really happened in the past, but after reflecting for a while I realized that most likely I would be wasting my time again.
I came from the future to try to understand what happened around the year 2000 (now my present), but things are not working very well. I'm only getting little details like the era of boob implants and shaved pussies. I turn on the TV to catch up with what's going on in the World today, but it is hard to believe the news....it it like there are several realities running simultaneously depending of the channel I'm on. The amount of bullshit, bias opinions and distortions is overwhelming. I came to the conclusion that I would not fare a lot better going back in history. I would get better little details again but the overall picture would be undermined by the amazing human capability to distort things according to their narrow minded interests.
Now if you ask me how are things in the future....I can tell you that the women realized that natural is beautiful and the bushes are full.

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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Tue Apr 16, 2013 2:38 am

You are only an agent of darkness spreading false truths around Reptilian, but I am here to stop you....you really thought you could escape the Authority ? I was sent from the future to hunt you down and stop you from misinforming people.
Dear ones, everything you hear on the news is the Truth. Avert your eyes from the enemy telling you everything is a conspiracy and a brain-washing process to keep you blind, illiterate and docile. You are NOT batteries for the Matrix, but beautiful, wonderful souls. Trust your government, trust your Priests and come back to the Lord's embrace, He is ready to forgive you for going wayward, He can't wait to have you back into the blessed land.
But children, you have gone a long way from home, and your sins burden you. So it's going to be a long way Home, but if you follow me we'll get there in no time, and it will be a wonderful journey of liberation of yoru souls. You don't have to think of anything but the Love and the
Light waiting for us back Home. In fact, the less you think, the better, as the 3d mind is tainted and will confuse you. So surrender all your 3d thoughts and think only of Heaven, release all 3d worries and think only of the Lord, because that's where we are going.
Now a first step in this wonderful journey is to get rid of your love for money, so it's absolutely necessary to donate all your personal belongings to our Brotherhood, so income can be utilized to further spread the Gospel and bring more souls back to the Light.
Please realize that the moment you read this message and accepted it into your hearts you became an Apostle of the True Light. Now YOU have the responsibility to save your soul and go out there and bring more souls into the Light. Oh, the Lord has blessed us, his beloved children with a place to live, there are fields to cultivate and trees to give us fruits and everything we need but we need helping hands, so afetr you give all your possessions away you can live there and work for the Lord.
How blessed you are, how happy i am to be able to deliver this message to you wonderful and now saved souls...and shaved pussies i hope because too much hair is the way of the lost.
I await for you chosen souls, the Gospel have been delivered to you, your ticket Home, to Eden...this is the first day of your New and Wonderful Life, arent you so happy ? Smile
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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Tue Apr 16, 2013 7:00 am

LOL!!!!

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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Tue Apr 16, 2013 9:06 am


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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Tue Apr 16, 2013 9:13 am

shit, i'm a fucking amateur lol....but think dude, amongst the billions of brainwashed idiots on this fucked up world we're bound to find 30-40 to populate our cult...
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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Tue Apr 16, 2013 9:39 am

I can't believe this guy is still in business.....God must like him a lot. I just watched a program like this two Sundays ago.

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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Tue Apr 16, 2013 9:43 am

LOL....

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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Tue Apr 16, 2013 9:47 am

LOL indeed lol...Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Tue Apr 16, 2013 9:42 pm

What I find so disgusting about people like that is that they are making money off one of the most sacred things a human being has....

their spirituality. Even if you don't believe in life after death, what a private, personal thing to turn into a cash cow. It's fucking gross.

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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Tue Apr 16, 2013 11:03 pm

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What I find so disgusting about people like that is that they are making money off one of the most sacred things a human being has....

their spirituality. Even if you don't believe in life after death, what a private, personal thing to turn into a cash cow. It's fucking gross.

Reality can be really harsh and most people cannot handle it without outside help....supernatural in most cases.
what if he is giving/selling them exactly what they are looking for?

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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Wed Apr 17, 2013 3:03 am

Oliver wrote:
Shining wrote:
What I find so disgusting about people like that is that they are making money off one of the most sacred things a human being has....

their spirituality. Even if you don't believe in life after death, what a private, personal thing to turn into a cash cow. It's fucking gross.

Reality can be really harsh and most people cannot handle it without outside help....supernatural in most cases.
what if he is giving/selling them exactly what they are looking for?
Bingo...Wink
And you know...how can we judge anyone...i have met so many people who for various reasons cannot cope with reality, myself included in many instances lol...who are we to deny them their painkiller if their condition is terminal....
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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Wed Apr 17, 2013 9:08 am

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Oliver wrote:
Shining wrote:
What I find so disgusting about people like that is that they are making money off one of the most sacred things a human being has....

their spirituality. Even if you don't believe in life after death, what a private, personal thing to turn into a cash cow. It's fucking gross.

Reality can be really harsh and most people cannot handle it without outside help....supernatural in most cases.
what if he is giving/selling them exactly what they are looking for?
Bingo...Wink
And you know...how can we judge anyone...i have met so many people who for various reasons cannot cope with reality, myself included in many instances lol...who are we to deny them their painkiller if their condition is terminal....
Exactly, but should we let them drown in their own delusion or use our energy trying to open their eyes?
I still have this sense of duty in trying to help my species to move forward, but I already accepted the fact that many people are beyond help....on top of that there is also a small chance that I could be wrong, but that kind of thought makes me right by default...hehe.

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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Wed Apr 17, 2013 1:22 pm

It's interesting the older my dad gets, the clearer he sees things...his personal opinion (and I have to agree with him) is that you can't 'wake people up'. They have to come to their truth in their own time. And you're right, it may be exactly what they are looking for or what they need.

It's not that people are beyond help...it's like germing a seed; you can't force the seed to germ a whole lot faster than it's supposed to...you can give it the optimal conditions, but the seed has to do it's thing when it's ready. Unless it'd a dud, then it will always be trapped in it's casing.

All you can really do it just live awake and give people an alternative through example.
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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Thu Apr 18, 2013 5:57 am

Oliver wrote:
HornusPornus wrote:
Oliver wrote:
Shining wrote:
What I find so disgusting about people like that is that they are making money off one of the most sacred things a human being has....

their spirituality. Even if you don't believe in life after death, what a private, personal thing to turn into a cash cow. It's fucking gross.

Reality can be really harsh and most people cannot handle it without outside help....supernatural in most cases.
what if he is giving/selling them exactly what they are looking for?
Bingo...Wink
And you know...how can we judge anyone...i have met so many people who for various reasons cannot cope with reality, myself included in many instances lol...who are we to deny them their painkiller if their condition is terminal....
Exactly, but should we let them drown in their own delusion or use our energy trying to open their eyes?
I still have this sense of duty in trying to help my species to move forward, but I already accepted the fact that many people are beyond help....on top of that there is also a small chance that I could be wrong, but that kind of thought makes me right by default...hehe.
Exactly my Brother ! I too have this sense of sacred duty, to awaken souls, help evolution, ascension...but how ? How can we teach the brain-washed western women the error of their ways ? Female liberation...the ultimate sin. The Serpent addressed Eve, because it knew women are carriers of sin. Today, they continue to be under Satan's influence, thinking of themselves equal to Men, forgetting that our Father in Heaven is Male, so is his Holy Son, i dunno about the Holy Pidgeon...
Women must be enlightened at last, understand that their nature is to be dominated by Man, succumb to his every wish, release their sinful Ego which is a creation of the Devil and totally give themselves to servitude of Man. Being a mindless and silent (yet obedient) sex toy is liberation from evil, final freedom of Satan's clutches.
Sisters, come to us, Shining, our Holy Maiden and Arch-Priestess will initiate you and prepare you for the 7 levels of intitiation, Masters Hornus and Baiter will take it from there...cum to your salvation lost souls, we have been expecting you....
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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Fri Apr 19, 2013 12:21 am

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It's interesting the older my dad gets, the clearer he sees things...his personal opinion (and I have to agree with him) is that you can't 'wake people up'. They have to come to their truth in their own time. And you're right, it may be exactly what they are looking for or what they need.

It's not that people are beyond help...it's like germing a seed; you can't force the seed to germ a whole lot faster than it's supposed to...you can give it the optimal conditions, but the seed has to do it's thing when it's ready. Unless it'd a dud, then it will always be trapped in it's casing.

All you can really do it just live awake and give people an alternative through example.
nice post with a spiritual connotation, thank you, but what if there is not a second chance or enough time for the seed to germinate? The seed would be tossed with many others into the failed attempt for evolution bucket.
What if Stephen Hawking is right?
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Hawking mentioned that he felt fortunate to be living in this state of existence.

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PASADENA, Calif. — Our universe didn't need any divine help to burst into being, famed cosmologist Stephen Hawking told a packed house here at the California Institute of Technology Tuesday night (April 16).

Many people had begun queuing up for free tickets to Hawking's 8:00 p.m lecture, titled "The Origin of the Universe," 12 hours earlier. By 6:00 p.m. local time, the line was about a quarter-mile long.

A second auditorium and a Jumbotron-equipped lawn, which itself was jammed with an estimated 1,000 viewers, were needed to handle the overflow crowd. At least one person was observed offering $1,000 for a ticket, with no success. [Big Bang to Now in 10 Easy Steps]

Stephen Hawking began the event by reciting an African creation myth, and rapidly moved on to big questions such as, Why are we here?

He noted that many people still seek a divine solution to counter the theories of curious physicists, and at one point, he quipped, “What was God doing before the divine creation? Was he preparing hell for people who asked such questions?”


Enthusiastic attendees started lining up 12 hours early for Hawking's 8:00 p.m. lecture at Caltech on April 16, 2013. The overflow crowd stretched for more than a quarter mile.


After outlining the historical theological debate about how the universe was created, Hawking gave a quick review of more scientific cosmological explanations, including Fred Hoyle and Thomas Gold’s steady-state theory. This idea hypothesizes that there is no beginning and no end and that galaxies continue to form from spontaneously created matter.

Hawking said this theory and several other ideas don't hold up, citing recent observations by space telescopes and other instruments.

After giving a brief historical background on relativistic physics and cosmology, Hawking discussed the idea of a repeating Big Bang. He noted that in the 1980s, he and physicist Roger Penrose proved the universe could not “bounce” when it contracted, as had been theorized.

Therefore, time began at the moment of singularity, and this has likely occurred only once, Hawking said. The age of the universe — now believed to be about 13.8 billion years — fits that model, as the number and maturity of observed galaxies seem to fit in the general scheme.

In another observation of modern religion, Hawking noted that in the 1980s, around the time he released a paper discussing the moment the universe was born, Pope John Paul II admonished the scientific establishment against studying the moment of creation, as it was holy.

“I was glad not to be thrown into an inquisition,” Hawking joked.

He closed by outlining "M-theory," which is based partly on ideas put forward years ago by another famed physicist, Caltech’s Richard Feynman. Hawking sees that theory as the only big idea that really explains what he has observed.

M-theory posits that multiple universes are created out of nothing, Hawking explained, with many possible histories and many possible states of existence. In only a few of these states would life be possible, and in fewer still could something like humanity exist. Hawking mentioned that he felt fortunate to be living in this state of existence.

Hawking closed the event with a familiar plea for continued exploration of the cosmos: “We must continue to go into space for the future of humanity,” he said, adding, “I don’t think we will survive another thousand years without escaping our fragile planet.”

Hawking has been battling the debilitating neurological disorder amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disase, for 50 years.

The physicist has been spending a month or so at Caltech, as he does each year, sequestered with colleagues, such as fellow theoretical physicist Kip Thorne, to discuss many great mysteries of the cosmos.

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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Fri Apr 19, 2013 9:03 am

I firmly believe in the "evolution bucket". Up till now we brilliantly exhibit our total failure to continue to exist. Damage to our environment is almost irreversible, or already passed the point of no return, and no one gives a shit, countries like Canada are dropping out of the Kyoto protocol because the US and China and fuckign India don't give a shit about it, only for profit without caring for what this means to their environment.
On the other hand, brain-washed religious and new age idiots keep praying to angels or aliens tocome and save their asses, their own hides to be exact, they dont give a flying fuck about anyone else. Paradise=merchandise, hope=dope. Everyone just looks for some dope while our house is burning. Sorry, not examples of a logical and intelligent species.
So if we don't grow up from our infantile stage of evolution we're fucked, another ice age or something will come and mankind and all our gods and goddesses will be not even a memory and the Multiverse will not give a shit because experiment no. 34876590438582-3940912 failed....billions of other worlds out there, Mother Nature that the allmighty granpa in the skies supposedly created is all about evolution of the healthy genes, all others bite the dust.
If you think baout it....Gandhi liberated India, only for it to revert to the imperialistic power it longs to be today. Lenin overthrew the fascist Czar, only tomake the populus equally miserable, Che and Castro fought for Cuba and kids continued to die from malaria etc.....in the end, nothing changes, mankind remains the autistic self-centered species it always was...until we armaggeddon ourselves and leave the planet to recuperate, after some billions of years surviving bacteria will start the cycle again....i hope this time the reptilians have more brains than us...
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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Fri Apr 19, 2013 9:24 am

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I firmly believe in the "evolution bucket". Up till now we brilliantly exhibit our total failure to continue to exist. Damage to our environment is almost irreversible, or already passed the point of no return, and no one gives a shit, countries like Canada are dropping out of the Kyoto protocol because the US and China and fuckign India don't give a shit about it, only for profit without caring for what this means to their environment.
On the other hand, brain-washed religious and new age idiots keep praying to angels or aliens tocome and save their asses, their own hides to be exact, they dont give a flying fuck about anyone else. Paradise=merchandise, hope=dope. Everyone just looks for some dope while our house is burning. Sorry, not examples of a logical and intelligent species.
So if we don't grow up from our infantile stage of evolution we're fucked, another ice age or something will come and mankind and all our gods and goddesses will be not even a memory and the Multiverse will not give a shit because experiment no. 34876590438582-3940912 failed....billions of other worlds out there, Mother Nature that the allmighty granpa in the skies supposedly created is all about evolution of the healthy genes, all others bite the dust.
If you think baout it....Gandhi liberated India, only for it to revert to the imperialistic power it longs to be today. Lenin overthrew the fascist Czar, only tomake the populus equally miserable, Che and Castro fought for Cuba and kids continued to die from malaria etc.....in the end, nothing changes, mankind remains the autistic self-centered species it always was...until we armaggeddon ourselves and leave the planet to recuperate, after some billions of years surviving bacteria will start the cycle again....i hope this time the reptilians have more brains than us...
Dude, you are really fucked up, and the worst part is that I agree with you...that sucks.

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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Fri Apr 19, 2013 9:52 am

Of course you agree with me, i'm always right....and we're karmic bros and we're both fucked up and you know another cosmic truth....everything sucks muahahaha....
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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Fri Apr 19, 2013 9:53 am

Universal Truth No.3948673856oi-39485, what is Life :
Killing time...until time kills us...
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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Fri Apr 19, 2013 7:50 pm

Oliver wrote:

nice post with a spiritual connotation, thank you, but what if there is not a second chance or enough time for the seed to germinate? The seed would be tossed with many others into the failed attempt for evolution bucket.
What if Stephen Hawking is right?

Hawking mentioned that he felt fortunate to be living in this state of existence.

It's survival of the fittest....if that's because the environment fails, so be it. But you have to think, how many planets out there have had failed life on them?? Millions? Billions? It's part of the game, imo. I don't think 'fair' was ever added into the equation.

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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Sat Apr 20, 2013 12:52 am

Shining wrote:
Oliver wrote:

nice post with a spiritual connotation, thank you, but what if there is not a second chance or enough time for the seed to germinate? The seed would be tossed with many others into the failed attempt for evolution bucket.
What if Stephen Hawking is right?

Hawking mentioned that he felt fortunate to be living in this state of existence.

It's survival of the fittest....if that's because the environment fails, so be it. But you have to think, how many planets out there have had failed life on them?? Millions? Billions? It's part of the game, imo. I don't think 'fair' was ever added into the equation.

On the contrary, i think the game is fair enough. Everyone and everything is given a chance to survive and thrive. I remember an old film, David Bowie starred, can't remember the title now, he was an alien and his family was on a distant dying planet, they had not enough water there or something like that. And we on Earth had a heaven in our hands and all we could think of was more efiicient ways to destroy it. It was a story of course but with so much meaning in it. A person or a species that is not grateful and content with what it has invariably fails, like a player who doesn't know when to withdraw in a casino. He or she becomes greedy and sooner or later loses everything. We humans are like this, always wanting more, of everything. More profit, more knowledge, more power, more sex, more fun, more meaning in life....maybe Native Americans had it right, much more than any others, living in harmony with Nature, never wanting more, ok they did their shit like territorial wars etc but no science or "progress" whatever this means. Now white folk with their thirst for knowledge make medicine and prolong life unnaturally, old people who should be dead to make way for the young are still here, children do not die like in the past and yes this is humane but leads to an increase in polulation that the planet cannot feed, so we resort in unnatural ways of cultivation or mutated foods=poison....mankind in general never understood a fundamental law of the Universe, Balance. And that nothing lasts forever, everything waxes and wanes but we look for constant development, like bacteria....until we consume everything and kick the bucket and it's no big deal it's a big-ass multiverse out there.
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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Sat Apr 20, 2013 4:19 am

A philosophical question....let's suppose you belong to an evolved alien race, one that managed to stand the test of time and transcended the infantile self-destructive state humanity is now.
Your civilization's science is advanced enough to enable interstellar travel, and of course you can easily infiltrate and monitor everything the cavemen on this planet do.
Like say visiting Earth some hunnerd years ago and have a satellite to spy the Spanish Armada or microphones and cams to know everything Julius Caesar plans. The savages wouldn't even know..
So question is, having everything under control, using your ultra-high technology to even subconsciously affect the minds of Earth's leaders....would you allow this greedy, hateful, arrogant, religious and self-destructive species to reach the point where their technology would allow them to destroy more precious life-supporting planets, like they do to their mother planet.....or destroy them if they fail to mature....lol and make it look like an accident muahahaha....
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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Sat Apr 20, 2013 7:18 am

Planets don't last....even worse, nice conditions for life last even less...one day is beautiful, next day there is a fucking big asteroid hitting the planet and killing everything....we had about 20 mass extinctions on Earth already and the next one is coming. In order for a species to survive all of this shit and eventually being able to escape the planet, evolution needs to happen really fast and the craziness we see in our society is a consequence of fast evolution.
It would be nice to live like the Native American indians, respecting nature, etc, but it would be almost impossible for them to develop the technology to leave this rock or survive a cataclysm.

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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Sat Apr 20, 2013 8:36 am

Maybe it's not a matter of surviving everything...anything dies in the long run. Maybe it's a matter of living a life worth living, in relative peace and harmony with the environment. On the contrary, our society goes faster and faster, chasing things that do not make us really happy....then invent all kinds of religions and cults to convince itself this shitty life is worth it...i dunno, really...are we an intelligent species...or a fatally flawed. I guess time will tell...
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PostSubject: Re: I'm from the future   Sun Apr 21, 2013 11:45 am

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Maybe it's not a matter of surviving everything...anything dies in the long run. Maybe it's a matter of living a life worth living, in relative peace and harmony with the environment. On the contrary, our society goes faster and faster, chasing things that do not make us really happy....then invent all kinds of religions and cults to convince itself this shitty life is worth it...i dunno, really...are we an intelligent species...or a fatally flawed. I guess time will tell...
Maybe if you look at an even bigger picture you may realize that we may not be flawed at all...despite all the shit during human evolution (evolution's collateral damage/a necessity/ inevitability) , we are still the only intelligent species capable of sending our DNA or frozen embryos out to space in case of Earth's destruction....give a few more years and we may be able to establish a human colony elsewhere.
Of course, if you believe in spirituality, there is no need for Earth, our spirits will always be floating in space/heaven/hell and everybody is a winner....well, except for the ones in hell, I suppose....but we can always speculate that a real advance civilization may have found ways to keep their minds living away from a physical body.
When I look at things, everything seems to have a cause, a consequence and a purpose and everything is connected and the results appear to be inevitable. No wonder some people believe in Intelligent design. (despite the fact of Intelligent Design seem to be producing a lot of religious morons lately)
I was watching a TV program (Blue Planet- Discovery Channel) and they were talking about krill. It appears that the solely purpose for their existence is to make more krill (a bazillion of them) and to be eaten/feed bigger creatures. (evolution's collateral damage/a necessity/ inevitability). Other creatures like maggots, vultures and bacteria for example are the recycling crew of the planet. Give them a few million years and they may also evolve into some kind of intelligent creature....but the reality is: We are (as far as we know) the most advance life form in the Universe.....the own Universe after 13.8 billion of years reaching a state of self awareness and intelligence...and capable of surviving its own's Universe tantrums..... that's mind boggling and pretty cool.

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