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    I think we're going to look back and find the idea of keeping every single grocer and corner store open as nuts and a massive factor in rapid spread. Been trying to go just once a week..not on weekends..and roaming parking lots for the more empty ones. Still blows me away how nonchalant some are especially in a produce section. Old young and complete families with multiple kids in tow..I'm convinced people are cooped up at home feeling the walls close in and are just looking for excuses to go out. It's a literal Petri dish. You can glove and mask up but it's as reliable as the couple next to you picking up every piece of fruit and tossing them back into the display. I mean why not limit access? Require employees to glove and mask? Offer online or even old school limited pre paid phone orders? Parking lot pick up.
    We were talking about that today. You see some people in the store 4 and 5 times during the day. It is easy to justify- "I needed milk"- and people use it as an excuse to get out of the house. There are meetings in the aisles.
    But it is a small, close knit community, where people have lived together for generations. There are two guys in the group that used to talk guns at McDonald's, they went together to enlist to go to Vietnam. Their fathers enlisted together for WW2, and their sons served together in Iraq.
    id imagine it’s much different where you’re at as far as sheer numbers and clustering but ultimately you guys working in store need to look out for yourselves. Ideally the owners and higher ups would be looking out for all of their workers. Ha. What a fairytale. I find myself becoming quite short and matter of fact with some clients. They’re selfish ungrateful shats at times. A few not all of course. I pull up today and we have 3 owners standing at the top of the ramp just carrying on without a care in the world. I say you all need to please stay in your cars as the receptionist instructed and walked a wide arc around them. Seriously caught myself feeling like a ticked off old Dad shooing away some children ffs. You try to accommodate clients but some are thick as hell.
    Some people don't appreciate anything and a lot of people are afraid and it shows itself in a variety of ways. And when you are over 70 hours for the 4th week in a row it ain't easy to bite your tongue but you do.
    But when you get a chance to get a package of toilet paper to some old guy that didn't get his social security check until the shelves were bare, the look in his eyes makes it worthwhile.
    The local pasty guy has been doing home delivery for his elderly customers- and he's at least 70- but thought he was going to have to shut down because of no flour, but I got him 20 pounds this morning and that felt good too.
    Seriously I got a lot of respect for all the grocery workers. I hope people don’t soon forget you guys kept working through this mess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Any government wants to stop riots and anarchy so they have to contain, delay, research and mitigate it. So far we are not on the last phase.
    We are now at a FULL AND COMPLETE SHUT DOWN over this weekend, to end at 5am on Monday morning but only to go back to the regular 24 hour curfew. lolol....

    So if you didn't get you groceries before 1pm on Friday, and he made the announcement at 4pm Friday evening, then you may well starve to death this weekend. God help you if you need medicine.
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    expect to see food shortages. they want you to drink cockroach milk and eat bugs. crops have been ruined by flooding & locusts & droughts. farmers are rushing to try & reseed their crops, well ahead of schedule. also struggling to find workers to help plant or harvest or deliver. countries will start to limit exports
    https://www.theguardian.com/global-d...rtage-un-warns
    https://www.theguardian.com/global-d...rtage-un-warns
    https://www.theguardian.com/environm...eastern-europe
    https://news.yahoo.com/explainer-cor...174402799.html
    https://thehill.com/policy/internati...s-of-global-fo
    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/112674...d-shortage-un/
    https://english.alarabiya.net/en/fea...ountries-begin
    but i have been telling everyone here for months to have up to six months of food stored, so you guys should be fine if you took that advice. starting growing your own now, learn to fish & hunt
    I’ll bet you 5 bucks no food shortages
    there are already food shortages & it will only get worse
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    expect to see food shortages. they want you to drink cockroach milk and eat bugs. crops have been ruined by flooding & locusts & droughts. farmers are rushing to try & reseed their crops, well ahead of schedule. also struggling to find workers to help plant or harvest or deliver. countries will start to limit exports
    https://www.theguardian.com/global-d...rtage-un-warns
    https://www.theguardian.com/global-d...rtage-un-warns
    https://www.theguardian.com/environm...eastern-europe
    https://news.yahoo.com/explainer-cor...174402799.html
    https://thehill.com/policy/internati...s-of-global-fo
    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/112674...d-shortage-un/
    https://english.alarabiya.net/en/fea...ountries-begin
    but i have been telling everyone here for months to have up to six months of food stored, so you guys should be fine if you took that advice. starting growing your own now, learn to fish & hunt
    I’ll bet you 5 bucks no food shortages
    there are already food shortages & it will only get worse
    wrong my basement is packed

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    Nothing from the states has changed for me. I bought several Filet Mignon steaks yesterday. They were plentiful and priced the same. The cows were pretty fresh. Tasted great with a salad and a sweet potato.

    You experienced issues because people freaked. Suppliers do not expect that nor have the capacity to predict or respond to panic buying. They keep on producing though and people at home then have too much and so it evens out. Prices sometimes even go down due to oversupply as people are stocked.

    People should always be stocked. Who the hell buys toilet paper every week? Buy online, get it delivered, and it is 30% cheaper. Done for a year. Cut out the middle men and you can save money too. People should always think long term, but the economy churns on those who do not.
    Gandhi how much is filet migon a pound in your area. You are saying it was US beef. You are lucky my wife bitches at me when I buy filet migon but next to ribeye it’s my favorite cut
    I don't know per pound, but in this batch 6 medium sized ones for about 60 bucks. The ribeyes are something like 1.5 to 2 inches thick these days and I can't cook those that thick and think it is too much anyway. The Filet steaks are just right for a serving in my view.

    I like Rib Eye too, but an inch is enough for me. But on the whole US produce is here. If it wasn't they would just do more Aussie. No offense to Americans here, but I would really love a Tesco or a Sainsbury's. Costco is kind of basic. Basically decent meat and then an excess of sugar based stuff. Their prices are fair though.

    I end up shipping stuff from the UK. Nobody understands gravy here. Talk about food shortages....

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    expect to see food shortages. they want you to drink cockroach milk and eat bugs. crops have been ruined by flooding & locusts & droughts. farmers are rushing to try & reseed their crops, well ahead of schedule. also struggling to find workers to help plant or harvest or deliver. countries will start to limit exports
    https://www.theguardian.com/global-d...rtage-un-warns
    https://www.theguardian.com/global-d...rtage-un-warns
    https://www.theguardian.com/environm...eastern-europe
    https://news.yahoo.com/explainer-cor...174402799.html
    https://thehill.com/policy/internati...s-of-global-fo
    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/112674...d-shortage-un/
    https://english.alarabiya.net/en/fea...ountries-begin
    but i have been telling everyone here for months to have up to six months of food stored, so you guys should be fine if you took that advice. starting growing your own now, learn to fish & hunt
    I’ll bet you 5 bucks no food shortages
    there are already food shortages & it will only get worse
    wrong my basement is packed
    that doesn't mean there aren't food shortages going on & coming
    https://news.yahoo.com/coronavirus-m...223308504.html
    The April 2 briefing warns that the task force had completed an analysis and there could be “commodity impacts if current PPE inventory is exhausted.” There would be shortages of milk within 24 hours and of fresh fruits and vegetables “within several days.” The document estimates that “meat, poultry, seafood, and processed eggs” would become scarce within a period of two to four weeks, while “dry goods and processed foods inventories” — that is, the non-perishables that are pantry staples — could become scarce “as soon as four weeks” after face masks and gloves run out across the food supply chain.
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    I've always thought the nuttiest thing about a tin foil hat conspiracy food shortage would be that if you're thinking it you assume it. It's proven that all it takes is a major Highway wiped out overnight long before the big bad 'man' tried to tell you how to live life. Ever had to eat powdered eggs and milk growing up . Hence keeping a stocked basement. Ultimately this whole blame the Government thing is to have waited on the Government for our solutions. But yeh..I would seriously fucking miss fresh eggs.

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    Nothing from the states has changed for me. I bought several Filet Mignon steaks yesterday. They were plentiful and priced the same. The cows were pretty fresh. Tasted great with a salad and a sweet potato.

    You experienced issues because people freaked. Suppliers do not expect that nor have the capacity to predict or respond to panic buying. They keep on producing though and people at home then have too much and so it evens out. Prices sometimes even go down due to oversupply as people are stocked.

    People should always be stocked. Who the hell buys toilet paper every week? Buy online, get it delivered, and it is 30% cheaper. Done for a year. Cut out the middle men and you can save money too. People should always think long term, but the economy churns on those who do not.
    Gandhi how much is filet migon a pound in your area. You are saying it was US beef. You are lucky my wife bitches at me when I buy filet migon but next to ribeye it’s my favorite cut
    I don't know per pound, but in this batch 6 medium sized ones for about 60 bucks. The ribeyes are something like 1.5 to 2 inches thick these days and I can't cook those that thick and think it is too much anyway. The Filet steaks are just right for a serving in my view.

    I like Rib Eye too, but an inch is enough for me. But on the whole US produce is here. If it wasn't they would just do more Aussie. No offense to Americans here, but I would really love a Tesco or a Sainsbury's. Costco is kind of basic. Basically decent meat and then an excess of sugar based stuff. Their prices are fair though.

    I end up shipping stuff from the UK. Nobody understands gravy here. Talk about food shortages....
    Miles we would not take offense if you guys choose to import Australian goods and dump US goods. You are a sovereign nation and you may do as you choose. Odd when you talk about meat thickness. We don’t eat steak that often my wife isn’t really into it so maybe once a month we will do steak. Mostly it will be NY strip but getting back to thickness a 9oz filet migon would usually be about three inches thick. Especially when your cutting in the middle of the tenderloin. A ribeye would be about half that. Of course you can then cut the filet anyway you wish but if you really want to enjoy it I like that 8-9oz restaurant cut. It’s funny we are talking about two steaks at the opposite end of the spectrum. The filet is known to be amongst the least flavorful cuts as it’s one the leanest cuts of the cow. Very little fat in a filet migon, fat of course gives us flavor but the tenderness of filet migon can’t be beat. Now ribeye has the highest fat content of any cut, or amongst the highest, thus, it packs a wallop of flavor. Shit when I was in school I waited tables for years still remember this shit.

    Both cuts are very expensive in the US. I haven’t looked at beef since before the wuhan virus outbreak I don’t know if the prices are up further now. Does anyone know wtf I’m talking about as I clearly lost the plot.

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    Ah yes Gandhi when you were talking about Australia it reminded me Australian lamb is very popular in the US. Odd as we have plenty of lamb here. I don’t know what the aussies do with their lamb to make it so damn good and since our old buddy @Andre got a life and stuck spics, master and the other mods with the impossible task of managing this place he isn’t going to tell me. #beanzformod

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    They do both Aussie and American. Both are fine with me. Bloody hell 3 inches is very thick. I am more of a medium-well done type so want to get a little heat in the middle. I take to it with my mallet and smack it down a bit, then a bit of salt and pepper, a quick sear both sides and a dash of butter to finish it off. Yes, the marbling gives other steaks their taste and I like all them too, but 800 grams of meat is a bit much for me. If I can keep it to 200-300 grams then that is enough. A bit pricey, but once a week is steak day for me. It's not like anyone even gathers anymore, so I will eat a steak. Hitler was a vegan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walrus View Post
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    expect to see food shortages. they want you to drink cockroach milk and eat bugs. crops have been ruined by flooding & locusts & droughts. farmers are rushing to try & reseed their crops, well ahead of schedule. also struggling to find workers to help plant or harvest or deliver. countries will start to limit exports
    https://www.theguardian.com/global-d...rtage-un-warns
    https://www.theguardian.com/global-d...rtage-un-warns
    https://www.theguardian.com/environm...eastern-europe
    https://news.yahoo.com/explainer-cor...174402799.html
    https://thehill.com/policy/internati...s-of-global-fo
    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/112674...d-shortage-un/
    https://english.alarabiya.net/en/fea...ountries-begin
    but i have been telling everyone here for months to have up to six months of food stored, so you guys should be fine if you took that advice. starting growing your own now, learn to fish & hunt
    I’ll bet you 5 bucks no food shortages
    there are already food shortages & it will only get worse
    wrong my basement is packed
    that doesn't mean there aren't food shortages going on & coming
    https://news.yahoo.com/coronavirus-m...223308504.html
    The April 2 briefing warns that the task force had completed an analysis and there could be “commodity impacts if current PPE inventory is exhausted.” There would be shortages of milk within 24 hours and of fresh fruits and vegetables “within several days.” The document estimates that “meat, poultry, seafood, and processed eggs” would become scarce within a period of two to four weeks, while “dry goods and processed foods inventories” — that is, the non-perishables that are pantry staples — could become scarce “as soon as four weeks” after face masks and gloves run out across the food supply chain.
    Dude, if I go to my basement and I’m completely full of my survival food, hardly even touched it yet and your telling me food is scarce in areas I can’t see? Why because some clickbait article told you. If food is so scarce how did the author have the energy to write the article? If you can bring all the food in the country to my house so I can count it and I find a shortfall then I’ll believe it. So I got 48 pack of cat food cans on-sale but we are all going to starve to death soon. I have an extra large bag of cat treats but soon we will be Ethiopia. WTF. You sound like a round earth shill. Yeah we are standing on a ball hurling through space and spinning but sometimes I go outside and the wind doesn’t mess up my hair. Explain that to me then come here and demonstrate and repeat it 47 times. Have you ever played pool? You know it’s important to have a level pool table? How can you have a level pool table on a round thing? Pool tables prove the earth is flat.

    So you go around and preach we are running out of food while my basement is full of it and that the earth is round while my pool table is level and mail me the five bucks as you shout fear porn.

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    They do both Aussie and American. Both are fine with me. Bloody hell 3 inches is very thick. I am more of a medium-well done type so want to get a little heat in the middle. I take to it with my mallet and smack it down a bit, then a bit of salt and pepper, a quick sear both sides and a dash of butter to finish it off. Yes, the marbling gives other steaks their taste and I like all them too, but 800 grams of meat is a bit much for me. If I can keep it to 200-300 grams then that is enough. A bit pricey, but once a week is steak day for me. It's not like anyone even gathers anymore, so I will eat a steak. Hitler was a vegan.
    MW filet migon, hitting filet migon with a mallet. Are you completely insane. Filet should be eaten MR and every time you bang that shit you are effecting the flavor. Honestly back I the day there were some cooks I knew who would have kicked your ass for that shit. My god man have you ever heard of butterfly cut. You take the piece of filet and start cutting like you are going to cut it in half. About a half inch away from cutting it all the way you stop. You then spread the cut open and cook away. You then take the mallet and hit yourself in the head with it for eating filet migon MW. Go buy fucking cube steak you just killed a beautiful piece of meat.

    By the way I have no issue with beef consumption. Red meat was certainly my primary protein for many years. My wife also isn’t against consuming beef she just doesn’t like it that much. How the fuck can you not like steak I mean she is 100% American now. Anyway since she grew up with out cattle around, apparently all they have is bats, cats and some weird lizard looking thing we are heavy on veggies, chicken etc I can’t believe I don’t even miss eating steak like I used to. We can get used to anything I tell you.

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    expect to see food shortages. they want you to drink cockroach milk and eat bugs. crops have been ruined by flooding & locusts & droughts. farmers are rushing to try & reseed their crops, well ahead of schedule. also struggling to find workers to help plant or harvest or deliver. countries will start to limit exports
    https://www.theguardian.com/global-d...rtage-un-warns
    https://www.theguardian.com/global-d...rtage-un-warns
    https://www.theguardian.com/environm...eastern-europe
    https://news.yahoo.com/explainer-cor...174402799.html
    https://thehill.com/policy/internati...s-of-global-fo
    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/112674...d-shortage-un/
    https://english.alarabiya.net/en/fea...ountries-begin
    but i have been telling everyone here for months to have up to six months of food stored, so you guys should be fine if you took that advice. starting growing your own now, learn to fish & hunt
    I’ll bet you 5 bucks no food shortages
    there are already food shortages & it will only get worse
    wrong my basement is packed
    that doesn't mean there aren't food shortages going on & coming
    https://news.yahoo.com/coronavirus-m...223308504.html
    The April 2 briefing warns that the task force had completed an analysis and there could be “commodity impacts if current PPE inventory is exhausted.” There would be shortages of milk within 24 hours and of fresh fruits and vegetables “within several days.” The document estimates that “meat, poultry, seafood, and processed eggs” would become scarce within a period of two to four weeks, while “dry goods and processed foods inventories” — that is, the non-perishables that are pantry staples — could become scarce “as soon as four weeks” after face masks and gloves run out across the food supply chain.
    Dude, if I go to my basement and I’m completely full of my survival food, hardly even touched it yet and your telling me food is scarce in areas I can’t see? Why because some clickbait article told you. If food is so scarce how did the author have the energy to write the article? If you can bring all the food in the country to my house so I can count it and I find a shortfall then I’ll believe it. So I got 48 pack of cat food cans on-sale but we are all going to starve to death soon. I have an extra large bag of cat treats but soon we will be Ethiopia. WTF. You sound like a round earth shill. Yeah we are standing on a ball hurling through space and spinning but sometimes I go outside and the wind doesn’t mess up my hair. Explain that to me then come here and demonstrate and repeat it 47 times. Have you ever played pool? You know it’s important to have a level pool table? How can you have a level pool table on a round thing? Pool tables prove the earth is flat.

    So you go around and preach we are running out of food while my basement is full of it and that the earth is round while my pool table is level and mail me the five bucks as you shout fear porn.

    Gandalf shouts 'fear porn' as well. That and 'Hitler was a vegetarian'. From that he extrapolates "all vegetarians are murdering dictators' , and that is coming from himself, a cardigan wearing eugenics fan.
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    expect to see food shortages. they want you to drink cockroach milk and eat bugs. crops have been ruined by flooding & locusts & droughts. farmers are rushing to try & reseed their crops, well ahead of schedule. also struggling to find workers to help plant or harvest or deliver. countries will start to limit exports
    https://www.theguardian.com/global-d...rtage-un-warns
    https://www.theguardian.com/global-d...rtage-un-warns
    https://www.theguardian.com/environm...eastern-europe
    https://news.yahoo.com/explainer-cor...174402799.html
    https://thehill.com/policy/internati...s-of-global-fo
    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/112674...d-shortage-un/
    https://english.alarabiya.net/en/fea...ountries-begin
    but i have been telling everyone here for months to have up to six months of food stored, so you guys should be fine if you took that advice. starting growing your own now, learn to fish & hunt
    I’ll bet you 5 bucks no food shortages
    there are already food shortages & it will only get worse
    wrong my basement is packed
    that doesn't mean there aren't food shortages going on & coming
    https://news.yahoo.com/coronavirus-m...223308504.html
    The April 2 briefing warns that the task force had completed an analysis and there could be “commodity impacts if current PPE inventory is exhausted.” There would be shortages of milk within 24 hours and of fresh fruits and vegetables “within several days.” The document estimates that “meat, poultry, seafood, and processed eggs” would become scarce within a period of two to four weeks, while “dry goods and processed foods inventories” — that is, the non-perishables that are pantry staples — could become scarce “as soon as four weeks” after face masks and gloves run out across the food supply chain.
    Dude, if I go to my basement and I’m completely full of my survival food, hardly even touched it yet and your telling me food is scarce in areas I can’t see? Why because some clickbait article told you. If food is so scarce how did the author have the energy to write the article? If you can bring all the food in the country to my house so I can count it and I find a shortfall then I’ll believe it. So I got 48 pack of cat food cans on-sale but we are all going to starve to death soon. I have an extra large bag of cat treats but soon we will be Ethiopia. WTF. You sound like a round earth shill. Yeah we are standing on a ball hurling through space and spinning but sometimes I go outside and the wind doesn’t mess up my hair. Explain that to me then come here and demonstrate and repeat it 47 times. Have you ever played pool? You know it’s important to have a level pool table? How can you have a level pool table on a round thing? Pool tables prove the earth is flat.

    So you go around and preach we are running out of food while my basement is full of it and that the earth is round while my pool table is level and mail me the five bucks as you shout fear porn.

    Gandalf shouts 'fear porn' as well. That and 'Hitler was a vegetarian'. From that he extrapolates "all vegetarians are murdering dictators' , and that is coming from himself, a cardigan wearing eugenics fan.
    Morrissey is a vegan. 🤔

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    expect to see food shortages. they want you to drink cockroach milk and eat bugs. crops have been ruined by flooding & locusts & droughts. farmers are rushing to try & reseed their crops, well ahead of schedule. also struggling to find workers to help plant or harvest or deliver. countries will start to limit exports
    https://www.theguardian.com/global-d...rtage-un-warns
    https://www.theguardian.com/global-d...rtage-un-warns
    https://www.theguardian.com/environm...eastern-europe
    https://news.yahoo.com/explainer-cor...174402799.html
    https://thehill.com/policy/internati...s-of-global-fo
    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/112674...d-shortage-un/
    https://english.alarabiya.net/en/fea...ountries-begin
    but i have been telling everyone here for months to have up to six months of food stored, so you guys should be fine if you took that advice. starting growing your own now, learn to fish & hunt
    I’ll bet you 5 bucks no food shortages
    there are already food shortages & it will only get worse
    wrong my basement is packed
    that doesn't mean there aren't food shortages going on & coming
    https://news.yahoo.com/coronavirus-m...223308504.html
    The April 2 briefing warns that the task force had completed an analysis and there could be “commodity impacts if current PPE inventory is exhausted.” There would be shortages of milk within 24 hours and of fresh fruits and vegetables “within several days.” The document estimates that “meat, poultry, seafood, and processed eggs” would become scarce within a period of two to four weeks, while “dry goods and processed foods inventories” — that is, the non-perishables that are pantry staples — could become scarce “as soon as four weeks” after face masks and gloves run out across the food supply chain.
    Dude, if I go to my basement and I’m completely full of my survival food, hardly even touched it yet and your telling me food is scarce in areas I can’t see? Why because some clickbait article told you. If food is so scarce how did the author have the energy to write the article? If you can bring all the food in the country to my house so I can count it and I find a shortfall then I’ll believe it. So I got 48 pack of cat food cans on-sale but we are all going to starve to death soon. I have an extra large bag of cat treats but soon we will be Ethiopia. WTF. You sound like a round earth shill. Yeah we are standing on a ball hurling through space and spinning but sometimes I go outside and the wind doesn’t mess up my hair. Explain that to me then come here and demonstrate and repeat it 47 times. Have you ever played pool? You know it’s important to have a level pool table? How can you have a level pool table on a round thing? Pool tables prove the earth is flat.

    So you go around and preach we are running out of food while my basement is full of it and that the earth is round while my pool table is level and mail me the five bucks as you shout fear porn.
    when did you see god & his cock again? he has to be a daddy right because, reasons. bring me god & his slong then i'll believe that bullshit. go create an account for another banned member, your good at that, or hook me up with the dets for that drugged out slag at your work, i've got some work for her that ykdadamaja will paint his walls over. food shortages are happening & will only get worse, nothing wrong with telling people to prepare. at least i'm not cowering like a scared bitch because of the common cold
    Apply shame. Apply fame. The crook and the flail.

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