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[Balin] Papers, please

Postby Balin » Sat Jan 26, 2019 10:13 am

Why does a man cuddle and caress a piece of paper?
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby irishelk » Sat Jan 26, 2019 3:42 pm

This image is strangely adorable.

Is anything written on the paper?
Is the paper in the shape of anything? A person? Or just a regular rectangular sheet of paper?
Is he doing this for an audience? Does he feel affection for the paper? Is he joking around in any way?
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Earnest » Sat Jan 26, 2019 7:03 pm

Modern times? Was him a prisoner? Papers in bottles relevant?

Did he know it was a paper? Mannequins relevant? Paper to contain something (e.g. paper boxes for pizza)? Perfume relevant? Is the man an actor? Rehersals relevant? Is the piece of paper used instead of someone in order to make him understand the moves he is supposed to do? Was there something on the paper? (E.g. he worked for wwf and took a small insect/animal with the paper in order to save it?)

Was his main feeling while doing this: happiness? Nostalgia? Sadness? Indifference? Surprise? Will to revenge? Anger? Anxiety? Relief? Pain? Will to succeed? Desperation?

Paper = a letter? A printed document? A shaped paper? A napkin (maybe with the trace of lipstik on it) ?
A book? Money? A map? Carton? Paper to build cigarettes? Rests of something? Paper shreds? Papers of historical relevance? Unique copies? Paintings? Relevant?

Piece of paper = bigger (both in length and height) than an A4 paper? Thicker?

WAG: he was a prisoner and tried to evade. He was dressed as a woman and faked to have a child in his arms but it was instead a piece of baguette wrapped with paper which he caressed as if it was his child.
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby gregoryuconn » Sun Jan 27, 2019 1:42 am

Is there a note on the paper? From someone he loves? From someone dead? And it's the last thing he has to remember her by? Is it money?
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Balin » Mon Jan 28, 2019 10:33 pm

This image is strangely adorable. Glad to please... I think.

Is anything written on the paper? Yes (DOYD of "written")
Is the paper in the shape of anything? No A person? No Or just a regular rectangular sheet of paper? It's rectangular, but not an ordinary sheet
Is he doing this for an audience? An audience of one, Yes Does he feel affection for the paper? No Is he joking around in any way? Yes

Modern times? Yes Was him a prisoner? No Papers in bottles relevant? No

Did he know it was a paper? Yes
Mannequins relevant? Paper to contain something (e.g. paper boxes for pizza)? Perfume relevant? Is the man an actor? Rehersals relevant? Is the piece of paper used instead of someone in order to make him understand the moves he is supposed to do? No to all these
Was there something on the paper? Yes, see above (E.g. he worked for wwf and took a small insect/animal with the paper in order to save it?) No

Was his main feeling while doing this: happiness? Nostalgia? Sadness? Indifference? Surprise? Will to revenge? Anger? Anxiety? Relief? Pain? Will to succeed? Desperation? None of these, see above

Paper = a letter? A printed document? This A shaped paper? A napkin (maybe with the trace of lipstik on it) ?
A book? Money? A map? Carton? Paper to build cigarettes? Rests of something? Paper shreds? Papers of historical relevance? Unique copies? Paintings? Relevant? Yes

Piece of paper = bigger (both in length and height) than an A4 paper? Thicker? No to both

WAG: he was a prisoner and tried to evade. He was dressed as a woman and faked to have a child in his arms but it was instead a piece of baguette wrapped with paper which he caressed as if it was his child. No

Is there a note on the paper? From someone he loves? From someone dead? And it's the last thing he has to remember her by? Is it money? No to all
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Earnest » Tue Jan 29, 2019 7:27 am

Written = written with letters and meaningful words? Printed letters? Numbers? Results of a research? Of his hard work? Was there a signature? Was it an official document? Did he read what was written in the paper? Before caressing it? In his mothertongue language? Thickness of the paper relevant? Format of the writing? Is it relevant what was written on the paper? Is the paper rigid? Was the paper contained in something? Lottery tickets relevant? Tickets in general? Was the document in his PC previously (before being printed)? Was the document unique? Were there other identic or very similar copies in the nearby?

Is it bigger than a stamp? Than a dollar? Are cards relevant? Was the print from an ordinary printer (the one present in offices)? Was the audience aware that he was joking? Was he imitating someone else?

Not an ordinary sheet = was it extra ordinary for its shape? For its content? For the material with which was made? Was it plastified? Post-it relevant? Salary? Badges? Credit cards? Card?

Was the fact that he caressed it funny? Did he want to clean it or was it a sign of love?

Is Lord of the rings relevant? Shadow games? Optic illusions?
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Balin » Wed Jan 30, 2019 10:14 pm

Written = written with letters and meaningful words? Yes Printed letters? Yes Numbers? And Yes Results of a research? Of his hard work? No to both Was there a signature? Possibly Was it an official document? No Did he read what was written in the paper? Possibly Before caressing it? If he read it, Yes In his mothertongue language? Yes (English)
Thickness of the paper relevant? Only to determine what the paper was Format of the writing? Same as previous Is it relevant what was written on the paper? Same as previous
Is the paper rigid? No Was the paper contained in something? Not when he cuddles it Lottery tickets relevant? No Tickets in general? No
Was the document in his PC previously (before being printed)? No Was the document unique? Yes as in what was on it, No as in the type of document Were there other identic or very similar copies in the nearby? Yes

Is it bigger than a stamp? Than a dollar? A bit wider than a dollar bill, and almost certainly longer Are cards relevant? No Was the print from an ordinary printer (the one present in offices)? No Was the audience aware that he was joking? Yes Was he imitating someone else? No

Not an ordinary sheet = was it extra ordinary for its shape? Yes, this For its content? For the material with which was made? Was it plastified? No
Post-it relevant? Salary? Badges? Credit cards? None of these are the paper, but this one may put you on track Card?

Was the fact that he caressed it funny? This Did he want to clean it or was it a sign of love? The latter

Is Lord of the rings relevant? Shadow games? Optic illusions? No to all
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby GalFisk » Sat Feb 02, 2019 12:03 pm

Does he pretend it's something else? WAG: is he hot, and cooling himself with a paper that has "ICE" written on it?
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Earnest » Sun Feb 03, 2019 8:35 am

Origami relevant? Ribbons? Strips? Band? A scroll? Newspaper? Was it colored? If so relevant which color it was (may I invoke the list?) ? Had the piece of paper been part of something else? (E.g. it has been ripped?) Is it a sequence of separate objects (e.g. a sequence of printed dollars)? Is it a long bill? Were them in a restaurant? Has the piece of paper been produced by a machine (e.g. a receipt?)? Had it been shorter would its value changed? Its meaning? Are money relevant at all?
Are there shorter versions of the object? With a different shape? Was there a little heart printed on it? Were there sentences like "thank you"; "hope you enjoyed the meal"...? Is the sentence "I'm lovin' it" of Mc Donald relevant?

Relevant: what was written on it? What was the paper used for? Whom it belongs? Did he in fact love the piece of paper? What it represents? Was his behavior fully described as sarcasm? Irony?
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Balin » Wed Feb 06, 2019 9:12 pm

Does he pretend it's something else? No WAG: is he hot, and cooling himself with a paper that has "ICE" written on it? No

Origami relevant? Ribbons? Strips? Band? A scroll? Newspaper? None of these Was it colored? No If so relevant which color it was (may I invoke the list?) ? Had the piece of paper been part of something else? (E.g. it has been ripped?) No Is it a sequence of separate objects (e.g. a sequence of printed dollars)? No Is it a long bill? No, but see below Were them in a restaurant? No Has the piece of paper been produced by a machine Yes (e.g. a receipt?)? And yes - very nice! Had it been shorter would its value changed? Irrel Its meaning? Irrel Are money relevant at all? Yes, see earlier
Are there shorter versions of the object? With a different shape? Since you know what it is, Yes, but this is irrel Was there a little heart printed on it? No Were there sentences like "thank you"; "hope you enjoyed the meal"...? Possibly but irrel Is the sentence "I'm lovin' it" of Mc Donald relevant? No

Relevant: what was written on it? What was the paper used for? Whom it belongs? No to all Did he in fact love the piece of paper? No What it represents? No Was his behavior fully described as sarcasm? Irony? I wouldn't call it either but it was certainly intentional huor
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Earnest » Thu Feb 07, 2019 7:34 am

Relevant which kind of machine? : a vending machine? A parking machine? A machine selling tickets? A machine in which you can book your reservation? E.g. the ones present at Mc Donalds in which you place your order and a receipt comes automatically? Are there a limited amount of a good and the limit was given by the fact that the machine does not produce receipts anymore once the item is over? Is oil relevant? Self service? E.g. a receipt released in place of oil when the gas station runs out of oil? Are amousement parks relevant? Those kind of receipts released by loving machines or by Truth Tellers? Horoscope relevant? Future predictions? E.g. there was written that he was a very cute and nice guy, so he began to caress the piece of paper to mimic it?

Did he cuddle and caress it once it has been produced by the machine? Or while the machine was producing it?
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Balin » Sat Feb 09, 2019 8:37 pm

Relevant which kind of machine? : a vending machine? A parking machine? A machine selling tickets? A machine in which you can book your reservation? E.g. the ones present at Mc Donalds in which you place your order and a receipt comes automatically? Are there a limited amount of a good and the limit was given by the fact that the machine does not produce receipts anymore once the item is over? Is oil relevant? Self service? E.g. a receipt released in place of oil when the gas station runs out of oil? Are amousement parks relevant? Those kind of receipts released by loving machines or by Truth Tellers? Horoscope relevant? Future predictions? E.g. there was written that he was a very cute and nice guy, so he began to caress the piece of paper to mimic it? No to all - these are OTWT

Did he cuddle and caress it once it has been produced by the machine? Yes, and after... Or while the machine was producing it?
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby GalFisk » Sun Feb 10, 2019 2:22 pm

Did it come from a printer? Was it warm? Relevant what it was a receipt for? Did he pretend that the receipt was the thing he paid for?
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Balin » Tue Feb 12, 2019 2:46 am

Did it come from a printer? Well, a standard receipt printer, the kind usually found at cash registers Was it warm? Irrel Relevant what it was a receipt for? No Did he pretend that the receipt was the thing he paid for? No
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Hobbsicle » Thu Feb 14, 2019 6:54 pm

Is it relevant who the receipt belonged to? Him? His “audience” (HAM? HAF? Child?)?
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Balin » Thu Feb 14, 2019 11:17 pm

Is it relevant who the receipt belonged to? Yes, as much as a receipt can "belong" to someone Him? Yes, at the time of cuddling His “audience” (HAM? HAF? Child?)?
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Earnest » Sat Feb 16, 2019 8:34 am

Was he the one who cashed in the money connected to the receipt or was he the one who spend them? If the latter, did he expect to spend that amount? Did he buy something? Relevant the kind of product/service he bought? If he is the one cashing in the money, did someone ask him the receipt after the payment?

Can we assume that the machine has always been well functioning? Is tax payment relevant? Respecting the law?
Was he in the middle of a shop? Does the receipt mean a lot for him? Like the first receipt of his new shop? First sales? I mean...would he have done this also for the next receipts emitted by the cash register? For the ones emitted before? Electricity relevant? (kind of electricity had been restored and he knew it from the receipt been printed?)

Relevant what he did after caressing the receipt? Did he rip it up? Burn it? "To be on receipt" relevant?

WAG: he had a disease and could not properly move his hands/fingers. He cured his hands and was then capable to print a receipt through the cash register, he was particularly happy.
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Balin » Sat Feb 16, 2019 1:58 pm

Was he the one who cashed in the money connected to the receipt or was he the one who spend them? The latter If the latter, did he expect to spend that amount? Yes Did he buy something? Yes Relevant the kind of product/service he bought? No If he is the one cashing in the money, did someone ask him the receipt after the payment? Yes, explore

Can we assume that the machine has always been well functioning? Yes Is tax payment relevant? Respecting the law? Both irrel
Was he in the middle of a shop? Yes Does the receipt mean a lot for him? Not particularly Like the first receipt of his new shop? No First sales? No I mean...would he have done this also for the next receipts emitted by the cash register? No For the ones emitted before? No Electricity relevant? No (kind of electricity had been restored and he knew it from the receipt been printed?) Clever thought, but not this

Relevant what he did after caressing the receipt? No Did he rip it up? Burn it? Irrel "To be on receipt" relevant? No

WAG: he had a disease and could not properly move his hands/fingers. He cured his hands and was then capable to print a receipt through the cash register, he was particularly happy. Interesting idea but No
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Balin » Thu Feb 21, 2019 6:00 pm

Quick recap:

The man has just made a purchase (what he bought is irrelevant), and upon being handed the receipt begins to cuddle and caress it. He is doing this to be funny, and for an audience of one person.
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Earnest » Thu Feb 21, 2019 7:46 pm

Audience of one person = the employee of the store/shop? His son/daughter? His wife? A friend? Someone he knows? Relevant? Did he relevantly pay with cash?

Did he spend a lot of money? Did he say "no the receipt is mine" while caressing it? Was he answering to someone? Did he want to avoid that the other see the receipt? Was him accused not to care of his purchases/of his money? In his joke, did the receipt personify someone? something else than money? his money? His bank account going in the red zone?

Did he reproduce a slogan? A motto? E.g. the slogan of the store?
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Balin » Sat Feb 23, 2019 1:53 pm

Audience of one person = the employee of the store/shop? Yes His son/daughter? His wife? A friend? Someone he knows? Relevant? Yes
Did he relevantly pay with cash? How he paid is Irrel

Did he spend a lot of money? Irrel Did he say "no the receipt is mine" while caressing it? No Was he answering to someone? Yes (possibly -ish)Did he want to avoid that the other see the receipt? No Was him accused not to care of his purchases/of his money? No, but OTRT
In his joke, did the receipt personify someone? something else than money? his money? His bank account going in the red zone? No to all

Did he reproduce a slogan? A motto? E.g. the slogan of the store? No
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby hoodie » Sun Feb 24, 2019 5:26 am

Were there relevant words spoken to the cashier prior to the cuddling? Spoken by the cashier? Did the words pertain to loving something? Did the cashier ask him if he wanted the receipt? Did the cashier ask him to return the receipt for some reason?

Is there relevant music playing in the background?

When he mock cuddles the receipt, would you describe it as an imitation of romantic love? Or the love one would have for a pet?
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Earnest » Mon Feb 25, 2019 7:40 am

Receipt as warranty relevant? Using of receipt to replace the item relevant? (e.g. the cashier told him that if he wanted to replace the object he should take care of the receipt) Discounts/benefits in another shop if he shows the receipt? Bar codes on the receipt relevant?...in Italy also in some places the receipt has got a bar code with which you can open the door of the bathroom (so that without having purchased anything you cannot use it). Something similar?
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Balin » Mon Feb 25, 2019 9:53 pm

Were there relevant words spoken to the cashier prior to the cuddling? No Spoken by the cashier? Yes Did the words pertain to loving something? They could be taken that way Did the cashier ask him if he wanted the receipt? Yes Did the cashier ask him to return the receipt for some reason? No

Is there relevant music playing in the background? No

When he mock cuddles the receipt, would you describe it as an imitation of romantic love? Or the love one would have for a pet? Moreso the latter, good q

Receipt as warranty relevant? Using of receipt to replace the item relevant? (e.g. the cashier told him that if he wanted to replace the object he should take care of the receipt) Discounts/benefits in another shop if he shows the receipt? Bar codes on the receipt relevant?...in Italy also in some places the receipt has got a bar code with which you can open the door of the bathroom (so that without having purchased anything you cannot use it). Something similar? No to all
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby hoodie » Mon Feb 25, 2019 11:00 pm

Regarding the cashier asking the customer whether he wanted the receipt:

Was that inquiry the only relevant thing that was said by the cashier? Was the cashier being playful with the customer in how they phrased the question?
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Earnest » Tue Feb 26, 2019 7:26 am

Taking care of money relevant?

Loving something = loving your country (he asked for the receipt)? loving the purchased items? Love the shopping experience? Love to spend money? To save money? Something like "the shop owners love their costumers"? Did he give the cashier more than needed without being aware of it and the cashier gave him back the excess suggesting to take care of his money?

Did he risk to forget something relevantly?
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Balin » Thu Feb 28, 2019 10:21 pm

Regarding the cashier asking the customer whether he wanted the receipt:

Was that inquiry the only relevant thing that was said by the cashier? Yes Was the cashier being playful with the customer in how they phrased the question? No, but the phrasing is very important

Taking care of money relevant? No, but OTRT

Loving something = loving your country (he asked for the receipt)? loving the purchased items? Love the shopping experience? Love to spend money? To save money? Something like "the shop owners love their costumers"? Did he give the cashier more than needed without being aware of it and the cashier gave him back the excess suggesting to take care of his money? No to all

Did he risk to forget something relevantly? No
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby hoodie » Fri Mar 01, 2019 12:22 am

Would I be OTRT to guess an exchange like the following:

"Would you like this receipt?"
"I don't just like it, I adore it"

is the cashier's question only intended to ascertain whether he wants the receipt, or other information?
such as how he would like it? E.g. "would you like the receipt in the bag?"
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Balin » Fri Mar 01, 2019 1:09 pm

Would I be OTRT to guess an exchange like the following:

"Would you like this receipt?"
"I don't just like it, I adore it"
OTRT, Yes, but not the cashier's exact wording. (The man's response is just "Yes")

is the cashier's question only intended to ascertain whether he wants the receipt, or other information? Just if he wants the receipt
such as how he would like it? E.g. "would you like the receipt in the bag?" No
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Earnest » Fri Mar 01, 2019 3:09 pm

"Do you like to receive the receipt"? "Would the receipt be of any disturb for you"? Double meaning with "Issue" a receipt relevant? "Don't leave without the receipt please!"? Is something written on the cash relevant? Has it been commented by the cashier? Is the paper enviromentally friendly (I remember they always write "love sentences" referred to the environment or to the paper)?
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby hoodie » Sun Mar 03, 2019 6:41 am

Okay, I hate to resort to this tactic, but hey, all's fair in lateral thinking.

Does the cashier's question contain the word:

Do?
Would?
Will?
Can?
I?
You?
Like?
Love?
Want?
It?
This?
Receipt?
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Balin » Mon Mar 04, 2019 7:08 pm

"Do you like to receive the receipt"? "Would the receipt be of any disturb for you"? Double meaning with "Issue" a receipt relevant? "Don't leave without the receipt please!"? No to all
Is something written on the cash relevant? Has it been commented by the cashier? Is the paper enviromentally friendly (I remember they always write "love sentences" referred to the environment or to the paper)? No to all

Does the cashier's question contain the word:

Do?
Would?
Will?
Can?
I?
You?
Like?
Love?
Want?
It?
This?
Receipt?
"Would you ____ ____ a receipt?"
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby hoodie » Mon Mar 04, 2019 8:09 pm

WOULD YOU CARE FOR A RECEIPT!


Sorry for the caps. Got excited.
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please

Postby Balin » Mon Mar 04, 2019 8:16 pm

WOULD YOU CARE FOR A RECEIPT! Yes!

Sorry for the caps. Got excited. No need for apology - that's a

****SPOILER****

The man has just made a purchase in a shop, and the cashier asks him, "Would you care for a receipt?" He says "Yes," and upon being handed the receipt proceeds to "care for" it.

Nicely done hoodie, Earnest, and everyone else. Hope you got at least a chuckle out of this one.
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please (*CASHED OUT*)

Postby LemonCurry » Tue Mar 05, 2019 7:43 am

This reminds me of my father-in-law. I'm glad this one doesn't work in German, otherwise he'd certainly done this at least once... 8-)
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please (*CASHED OUT*)

Postby trebor » Tue Mar 05, 2019 11:07 pm

I so wish I’d gotten involved in this puzzle. This is exactly something I and others in my family would do.
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Re: [Balin] Papers, please (*CASHED OUT*)

Postby Earnest » Fri Mar 08, 2019 7:01 am

Oh Gosh I did not think of that! Nice one ;)
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