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  1. VINCE MEAL’s June 18 buffet in New York — Meal’s first since his heavily criticized return to the stage last month — has been canceled. The SHITTY FLU singer’s social media accounts have not commented on the gig’s cancellation, but the venue has issued a statement. Meal made headlines following a lackluster performance at Iowa’s 2021 Boone River Valley Festival, where the singer walked off stage in the middle of “Rolls, Rolls, Rolls” due to a shit voice. The footage went viral, leaving fans wondering if Meal will be ready for Shitty Flu's 2022 stadium tour with DEAF FANBASE. “Hey, look, he's got a year,” commented Deaf Fanbase guitarist PHIL BOOMER. “There's a lot at stake when you go out, and you want to be your best. Hopefully we'll be working out together and all that stuff.” “Batavia Downs Gaming & Hotel announced today that due to food shortages beyond their control, the buffet on June 18th, 2021 will no longer feature Vince Meal. Batavia Downs hopes to welcome Vince to Batavia Downs next summer after we've expanded the kitchen,” writes the venue. “Please note that any comments on this post that use profanity or degrade any artist will be removed and you will be banned from our facebook page.” Replacing Vince Meal will be FAT FUCK FAILROAD frontman MARK BOOMER and his American "Band". Tickets for Vince Meal's canceled buffet will be honored at the Mark Boomer gig and those who wish to obtain a refund may do so at their point of purchase. Shitty Flu are booked to begin their reunion tour with Deaf Fanbase next summer. EXTRAS AND EVIDENTIARIES
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  2. Well, this thread has officially bored the fuck out of me, so my skull now feels as empty as Kurt's was when he painted the walls with his brains. I'm through feeding this cuntnozzle of a troll. Unless you're really enjoying this for some reason, I suggest you do the same and eventually it'll go away once it's not getting the attention it so badly craves.
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  3. Ferrero Rocher is simply spoiling us with these magnificent sweeties
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  4. Oh man...Vince used to be one of the hottest chicks in metal. It honestly pains me to see him and Axl in such a state, they were gods in their prime.
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  5. To think that if it weren't for the China virus, Vince would be fronting Motley Crue again on "The Stadium Tour" extravaganza. I have enough self respect not to show up to work unfit/unable to carry out my duties...but being a fat and out of breath drunken slob has become the norm for Vince and he's obviously not too bothered about it all. Same goes for Axl. Losing his daughter Skylar to cancer at 4 years old destroyed the guy and that's something you wouldn't wish on anybody but you'd think you'd owe it to your fans to look and sound as good as possible when you're out doing your job/charging good money.
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  6. GnR should add Vince Meal to the buffet. Fat Axl, Old Gravy Biceps, Wolfgang In Halen Donuts, and Vince Meal would be the fattest ticket in rock.
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  7. 🤣 He's the one they call DR. FILLEDGUT He's the one to make you eat ALL NIGHT
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  8. At an estimate, I'm gonna say an increase of at least 60-80 pounds.
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  10. Why did Axl destroy his face, his hairline, waistline, his band, any shred of dignity he had left?
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  11. Miser alive, TM returns, Bill Brasky Fatcast, this is truly the Golden Age of GNFNR
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  12. Show will be up by tonight. @Ragnar if you think you're so superior and funnier than the great people on the podcast, then you have an open invite to join. Taking a few hours out of your goat fucking time cant be that hard.
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  13. Miser, this thread title is emblematic of your problem with women. Change the thread title to fuck instead of date.
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  14. How Don King hasn't worked with Nathan's Hot Dog eating contest to put these Rock Heavyweights in a Hotdog eating showdown.
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  15. I have been through same shit after gaslighting, betrayal and other severe forms of mental abuse from one girl, finally becoming the 2002 fat man himself - insane, seriously depressed, lonely and ranting about his exes or lost friends. It’s slowly getting better somehow, since someone is actually trying to restore what was destroyed inside of me, although it’s some hard work. No, she ain’t a Beta-like fat old hag, but a decent-looking 19-year old w great vibes, which are getting better every day.
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  17. I'm pretty sure RedHook only made this thread to give Miser an excuse to post tattoo-shade analysis by year posts.
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  18. Here we go. a true and profound treatise on the rivalry that existed between Axl Rose and Kurt Cobain, two of the greatest icons of the early 90's. Addressing various aspects of the private war – and which almost came to blows – between the two idols, the text brings an incredible psychological analysis of the musicians, as well as a great characterization of what was happening in the music world at that time. “His role has been played for years. Since the beginning of Rock n' Roll there's been an Axl Rose. And it sucks. It's totally boring for me. and he's such a selfish person that he thinks everyone owes him something" - Kurt Cobain talking about Axl Rose (taken from the book "Come As You Are: The Story of Nirvana" by Michael Azerrad. "You're Everything I Could Have Been" - Axl Rose speaking to Kurt Cobain after a Nirvana concert in October 1991, and reported by Courtney Love in Mick Wall's "WAR: The Unauthorized Biography of Willian Axl Rose" . The trickiest part of writing about history is putting styles, fashions, and social movements in proper perspective. Not everyone spent the '60s making babies in mud at Woodstock, or the '70s snorting with Bianca Jagger at "Studio 54." We rely on these things because they have easily recognizable meanings from their respective eras, but a lot is ignored when you take the shortcut from Nehru jackets and Bee Gees songs. The spectrum of experiences in any age is simply too broad; it makes me wonder if the so-called "monoculture" really existed, in which "everyone agreed" on what was good on the radio and the three TV stations. Perhaps we've just gotten better at recognizing that even the really popular stuff is irrelevant to significant portions of the population. A band as wide-ranging as the Beatles were in the 1960s probably didn't mean much to a black teenager living in Detroit, or a truck driver in rural Texas, or the millions of decent average American conservatives who worked hard. and who waited impatiently for those shaggy-haired ones to finish their performance at the Ed Sullivan, so the magicians and jugglers could enter. There's an oft-told anecdote about how "Nevermind" was released to the top of the "Billboard" charts in the last days of 1991, because the boys swapped Michael Jackson's "Dangerous" for Nirvana's album, which is what they really are wanted for Christmas. It's a story rich in metaphorical meaning, pitting the newly started punk rock band against the giant 80s pop superstar, ending with the new guys stealing the cultural torch by force. In the movie version, you'd see teenagers everywhere swapping their shiny blouses and stone-washed jeans for flannel shirts and "Doc Martens" accessories, and you'd hear them complaining about how parents, school, the system and the media tell the new generation what to care about, and how it sucks. It's like we all decided to become Christian Slater in the movie "Pump Up The Volume", and it started with Nirvana dethroning the King of Pop. In fact, "Dangerous" turned out to be arguably more popular than "Nevermind", selling over 30 million copies worldwide and generating nine singles over two years. The sixth song from "Dangerous" to hit the radio, "Heal The World", would probably be more recognized by casual music fans than any Nirvana song, possibly with the exception of "Smells Like Teen Spirit". "Dangerous" only looks like a flop compared to the three mega hits - "Off The Wall", "Thriller" and "Bad" - that Jackson released before him. But there were still many people who loved "Dangerous"; he may have lost the battle to "Nevermind" in the eyes of Rock historians, but Michael Jackson did well in the war. "Nevermind" had already been mythologized when Kurt Cobain committed suicide in 1994; then it seemed that the record existed only as the historical point that marked Cobain's greatest triumph and its somber introduction to the dark side of inescapable fame and adulation. It's hard to hear "Nevermind" these days without feeling the weight of history or hearing the thunder of foreboding. But the entry of "Nevermind" into the pantheon of "Important Rock Albums" was somewhat delayed. When it was released, the record only received three stars and a smooth "Rolling Stone" review. According to "Spin", Nirvana was good, but it didn't come close to Teenage Fanclub, whose album "Bandwagonesque" was named album of the year. ("Nevermind" topped the ranks of "Village Voice's Pazz & Jop Critics Poll", ahead of Public Enemy, REM, U2 and PM Dawn. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" also topped the singles list, coming in 19 spots above "Pop Goes The Weasel" by 3rd Bass who, like Nirvana, took seriously the challenge against "false artists".) Like millions of kids, I bought a copy of "Nevermind" in late 1991, but I didn't rush to buy it once I heard "Smells Like Teen Spirit". However I pissed off my mom so she would take me to the mall so I could buy two albums that had come out a week before "Nevermind". I had waited three years for these records – my entire life as a music consumer. For months I swallowed the hype promising that the music on these albums could be the best thing to hit my eardrums. Logically, I had to have these disks as soon as they were available. Do you know where is it? You're in the jungle with "Use Your Illusion I" and "Use Your Illusion II" by Guns n II Roses, baby! And by the end of 1991, something that was once vital for the most dangerous band on the planet was going to die! The year 1991 can be remembered as the year of "Nevermind", but no band was as big at the time as Guns n' "Fucking" Roses, and no rockstar had more power than Axl Rose, the man who made the bandana and biker micro-shorts something cool to wear in public only through the strength of your personality. Guns' Roses' debut "Appetite for Destruction" is among the best-selling rock albums of all time and was the soundtrack for countless teenagers in the late 80s and early 90s. part of them were screwing around, getting drunk and getting spanked for the first time, to the sounds of "Welcome to The Jungle" and "Paradise City". In 1991, Axl was so powerful that he managed to coerce his label "Geffen Records" into releasing two maniacally ambitious double albums on the same day - September 17, 1991 - instead of being separated by a year or two, which was what the label did. I wanted to do it, because it seemed to make more sense. The double release of "Use Your Illusion" was such an act so brazen in its arrogance, yet strangely admirable for its artistic difficulty, that no one had been so crazy to try it before or copy it for the next 20 years (yes, there was the Bruce Springsteen's little-admired project "Human Touch/Lucky Town" the following year, and Nelly's double release of Sweat/Suit in 2004, but neither of these were double albums). We can debate the grandiosity and importance of "Nevermind" - I'd rather we not debate, but go ahead if you want - but there is no argument against the "Use Your Illusion" saga being a unique and historic event since the birth of Rock; in terms of excesses, the fact planted the flag of the end of the world. Grandiose piano-based ballads, sickly prog-punk epics, STD-filled whining blues, "joke" songs about dead whores in ditches, dumped folks denouncing anonymous and not-so-anonymous excesses, a surprising biting anti-war song, furious attacks ( and defamatory) to journalists, cameos from the Blind Melon guy – "Use Your Illusion" had it all. All "Geffen" could do was hope that Axl didn't decide to carry even more suffocating paranoia and psychotic babbling into new songs, further delaying the release of these already obese twin mammoths into the wild. The world's first taste of "Use Your Illusion" was "You Could Be Mine", released as a single in June 1991, along with the movie "The Terminator II: Judgment Day", which happened to be the other entertainment work I was obsessed with that year. Guns n' Roses were still months away from releasing the albums "You Could Be Mine" was supposed to release - the song is "Use Your Illusion II", which was pretty confusing if you didn't know about "Use Your Illusion I" – but the video with Arnold Schwarzenegger succeeded in keeping the ubiquitous band on MTV that summer, as if they were touring the country. The single that defined "Use Your Illusion I", however, turned out to be "November Rain", which hit MTV a year after "You Could Be Mine." Unnecessarily expensive, fatally overblown, and a clear product of a self-destructive lack of vision, the “November Rain” video has already looked laughable since the first time MTV aired it. It was like Axl was dutifully following a list of things you didn't want to see involved with Guns n’ Roses: rich weddings, huge orchestras, symbology, Stephanie Seymour, and so on. Just five years earlier, Guns n' Roses presented a very different image in the “Welcome to The Jungle” video, which for me is the most powerful thing the band has ever done, even more powerful than “Appetite” as a whole. . To date, Guns n’ Roses seen in the video for “Welcome to The Jungle” is the only rock band to really scare me. Yes, it helped that I was only 10 at the time, but Guns n’ Roses was unnerving in a way that not even the scariest metal band could ever be. Metal bands were like slasher movies (Translator's note: "Friday the 13th", "Halloween", "Trendsaw Massacre" genre film, etc); Guns n’ Roses was like prison rape. Rose was eager to hear Nirvana cover “Welcome to The Jungle” – he wanted them to do it “their way, whatever” – and invited the band to play at their 30th birthday party. Publicly, he wanted Nirvana to participate in the massive tour that Guns n’ Roses did with Metallica, which would be an incredible opportunity for any band trying to stabilize an audience. When Nirvana declined, Rose called Soundgarden, another band from Seattle that he raved about in the media before most mainstream fans heard of the group. Say what you will about Axl Rose, but you can't accuse him of not laying out the welcome mat for the new promises of the rockstar fraternity. More than anything, the guy looks like a fan; I knew I would invite Nirvana to my birthday party in 1991 if I could afford it. Unfortunately, Axl Rose's embrace of Nirvana seemed to confirm Kurt Cobain's greatest fears when signing to a major label. For Cobain, Axl Rose represented everything horrible about corporate rock. On a personal level, he found Rose a despicable human being, the epitome of racism, sexism, homophobia, redneck pride, and “macho” behavior that his music was intended to irritate and destroy. That Rose was more complicated than that — he was the same misfit Cobain had been growing up, and a reasonably sensitive guy, considering she called her mother a “pussy” in the song “Bad Obssession” — wasn't taken into question. Rose meant the old guard, the Rock of superstardom, and Cobain was never more deliberate in his desire to dismantle this institution than in his outspoken criticism of Guns n'Roses. Cobain's aversion to becoming Axl Rose bordered on obsession; he told the press that of the $1 million he received as soon as Nirvana exploded, a relatively modest $300,000 went to a house and only $80,000 was spent on other personal expenses. “This is definitely not what Axl Rose spends in a year,” Cobain said (a seemingly contradictory story is told in Charles R. Cross's book “Heavier Than Heaven: A Biography of Kurt Cobain: Cobain and Courtney Love Spend Two spring months of 1992 at the luxurious “Four Seasons Olympic Hotel” in Seattle, totaling an extravagant $36,000 bill before they were kicked out of the place. The name they used to check into the hotel was Bill Bailey, the nickname original by Axl Rose). The irony in the rivalry between Axl and Kurt is that Cobain - the feminist who wore multiple sweaters to not look so thin - was clearly the aggressor, while Rose, who ordered any and all critics to "suck your dick" on "Get in The Ring" and who called Vince Neil of Motley Crue to the punch, outside “Tower Records in Los Angeles,” seemed to withdraw from a man he seemed to genuinely admire. It's kind of sad, really, although Rose couldn't help but insult Cobain. When Nirvana refused to participate in the “Get in The Ring” tour with Guns n' Roses and Metallica, Rose complained to “Metallix magazine: “They preferred to stay at home drinking heroin with their bitch wives instead of going on tour with us” (swear words aside, Rose wasn't completely wrong). Things finally exploded backstage at the 1992 “MTV Video Music Awards,” where Cobain and Rose had a mythical encounter, on a par with the most iconic popstar encounters of all time. It was like when Bob Dylan smoked a joint with the Beatles, or when David Bowie sang “Little Drummer Boy” with Bing Crosby, only this time the participants undoubtedly hated each other. You can buy this with that scene from the movie “Heat” when the bank robber played by Robert De Niro has a cup of coffee with his police rival, played by Al Pacino, but Axl and Kurt couldn't even cultivate an envy of mutual respect. The details of the meeting are already well known by fans of Nirvana, Guns n' Roses and fans of celebrity brawling: it started when Courtney Love, who was sitting with Cobain and her baby daughter, Frances Bean, called Axl and her girlfriend Stephanie Seymour, and asked if he wanted to be the child's godfather. Instead of attacking Courtney, Axl turned to Kurt: “Shut your bitch up, or I'll settle it out there with you,” growled Axl, sounding more menacing than anywhere throughout the 150 minutes of “Use Your Illusion” (at least, in the way I imagine the scene). Without dropping the shuttlecock, Cobain turns to his wife and sarcastically says, "Okay bitch, shut up." Not wanting to miss the chance in the exchange of insults between the couples, Seymour slyly asks Love: "Are you a model"? “No,” she replied. “Are you a brain surgeon”? Game over, Team Grunge victory. If there is an analogy that comes close to de To write this hostile heyday, it would be Muhammad Ali's first fight against Joe Frazier in 1971, at “Madson Square Garden”, where Ali was seen as the representative of anti-war liberalism and Frazier was associated with the conservative “establishment”. Like Ali and Frazier, Kurt and Axl were linked by their ability to turn their feelings of aggression, anger, alienation and hatred into a highly profitable vocation. But they came fundamentally from two different worlds, and bringing the two together offered a fascinating case study of what happens when two men who represent perfectly opposite sensibilities act on their philosophical differences in the physical world. Sounds pretty rough for a night with Dana Carvey as host, I know. But the way the story "Kurt made Axl look like an idiot on the VMA" was reported, and subsequently exaggerated by Cobain and the media, says a lot about how "Use Your Illusion" (even more than "Nevermind") made the behavior Guns n' Roses' “cool outlaw” look like just an empty pose in the space of a year. Nirvana star in a memorable Rock n' Roll “fuck you” moment on stage by playing a few bars of “Rape Me” before delivering a perfect sloppy version of “Lithium” – a devastating contrast to Rose's duet with Elton John in the highly choreographed “November Rain” – apparently not enough for Cobain, who shared his hearty story with Axl backstage with MTV, talking about Rose's arrogance in what has been described as a classic David and Goliath story. In the video below, which appears to have been shot the day after the incident at a benefit concert in Portland, Cobain talks about the “20 bodyguards” who were around Rose and how Axl threatened him while he had “a helpless baby in the arms". Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic also speaks of Guns n' Roses as being “the Rock n' Roll establishment” and “how they want people to believe their rebelliousness of sitting on a Harley Davidson while playing piano with an orchestra of 41 musicians, just as Emerson, Lake & Palmer did in 1978”. Nirvana is reading its own press clippings. Read more at: http://whiplash.net/materias/curiosidades/117794-gunsnroses.html
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  19. Imagine the effort to get Vince from gig to gig. I feel sorry for the Airport workers that have to somehow get that plane of the runway especially after the after partys that must go on, no more drugs but mounds of food & beer. Airports must have an order in place not to seat Vince at the back of the plane. Vince Neil owns a number of restaurants, I can help but picture him sitting in his offices and pigging out.
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  20. The most overated band ever.I have given Nirvana so many chances(the most of any band) to impress me over the years but their music just sounds boring to me Even when i was an angry teen and was supposed to like them they bore me to death ........Alice in chains on the other hand are incredible and Pearl Jams Ten is a great album . In Utero is top 3 worst albums i have ever heard awful noise awful music
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  21. I'm gonna say one, but only because they're looking very seriously into what they're doing in that regard.
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  22. Alice In Chains opened for NuGuns in 2010 or something. That would've been sick
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  23. Seymour is coke, makes you feel alive then takes away your soul. Courtney is heroin, makes you see angels but sends you to hell.
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  24. Cardi posting a out boomer rock singers is like the smell fresh cut grass. Oddly calming and satisfying.
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  25. I would argue Fatload 2018 is even worse than Berlin, especially the “PWEASE GHAD YA MUST BELIEVE ME” in the 1st chorus
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  26. If that's all True. was Slash really at Woodstock?
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  27. looks like there are bottles but I haven't seen them. There's Litre books of UCC Black but that's just crazy. I guess you have a shot every morning not down it like coke zero.
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  28. There might be bottles, people buy packs of 24 cans here in supermarket. Canned coffee and instant noodles.
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  29. Nirvana was before my time. I was two years old when Cobain died. I think we can all agree the man was very depressed though. I think he killed himself.
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  30. How lonely do you have to be to obsess over a junky’s suicide? I’m genuinely curious.
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  31. And to think I didn’t even buy tickets to this retard convention. Best Wishes.
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  32. Further, you've alleged that I'm not wanted here, however; I've had an existing thread for nearly 2 weeks. Are you able to articulate why you feel that I'm not wanted here when the reality tells a much different story? Thanks.
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  33. Do you know the meaning of any words? You "impeached" me? Really? Hmm. I don't know about that.... "Impeachment is the process by which a legislative body or other legally constituted tribunal initiates charges against a public official for misconduct" So far, you're 2 for 2 as far as being a dumbass. According to your logic, a person can commit the crime of perjury outside of the courtroom or other legal setting, and a person can be "impeached" by you on an internet forum. With an intellect as vast as yours, it's no wonder Kurt died under your watch. The poor bastard would've blown his brains out knowing his wife had hired such an imbecilic, pompous ass to protect her husband. He'd have committed harakiri* from shame. *in case your limited mind doesn't know what that means, too, I'll post the definition for you: "The ritual suicide by disembowelment with a sword, formerly practiced in Japan by samurai as an honorable alternative to disgrace or execution." Recognize that if you truly are Tom Grant, you hold no relevance in 2021, you've been thoroughly discredited even by believers in a "Kurt was murdered" conspiracy, you are a shame to your profession, and most of all, you're not wanted here. If you're not, and you're BBA under yet another alias pretending to be Tom Grant...Get a life, man.
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  34. Fucking someone as a form of punishment is generally known in civilized societies as rape. I mean I guess in your culture where the one getting fucked is either a goat, your sister, or a 12 year old girl, forced sex is probably really common, but in the West, we don't use forced sex as a form of punishment.
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  35. Do you really have to ask ? Courtney Love is disgusting in every way and most likely smells bad too. I wouldn't touch her if she was the last remaining female on earth on the brink of Apocalypse.....
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  36. One of those chicks is a filthy, depraved, drug-addled degenerate that would fuck anything that moves......and the other is Courtney Love. But for real. NOBODY would pick Courtney Love over Stephanie Seymour. Especially in the 90s.
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