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Singer Dodie Stevens ‘ Memba Her, ‘ pink shoe laces?!

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Singer Dodie Stevens was only thirteen years old when she discovered herself lifted into the stardom when her single, “Pink Shoe Laces,” landed on the Hot 100 billboard, finally reached #3 and sold over one million copies back in 1959.

Dodie Stevens went on to release the “Pink Shoelaces” album that contained such excellent songs as “Yes, I’m Lonesome Tonight,” “To Know Him Is To Love Him,” and “No.” Her seasonal song Merry, Merry Christmas Baby can still listen to Dodie on the radio waves around the holiday season.

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Broomfield police release name of suspect in shooting outside Walgreens

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Broomfield police arrested 19-year-old Broomfield resident Trevor Woodruff in connection with a shooting outside a Walgreens on Saturday that left one man dead and two people hospitalized.

Trevor Woodruff(Provided by Broomfield police)

Woodruff was arrested on suspicion of first degree murder, attempted first degree murder and first degree assault, according to Broomfield police.

Broomfield police received a call about 11:30 a.m. Saturday for shots fired in the parking lot of the Walgreens located at Midway Boulevard and Zuni Street.

A man was found dead in the parking lot, while a woman and a juvenile male also were shot and taken to local hospitals. The woman was in stable condition, according to Broomfield police, while the juvenile was in critical condition. None of the victims names have been released.

Detectives are continuing to investigate the altercation that led to the shooting, according to Broomfield police, and don’t believe the shooting was connected to Walgreens.

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Broncos Briefs: KJ Hamler, Graham Glasgow, Dalton Risner unable to finish win over Jets

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The Broncos’ already-lengthy injury list grew by three starters during Sunday’s 26-0 win over the New York Jets, further depleting the team’s depth.

Receiver KJ Hamler (knee), right guard Graham Glasgow (knee) and left guard Dalton Risner (foot) were injured and did not return.

Hamler landed awkwardly while attempting to catch a downfield throw from quarterback Teddy Bridgewater late in the first half. Hamler needed assistance from the medical staff to get to the locker room.

Glasgow, who started after missing Week 2 due to an irregular heartbeat in Week 1, walked gingerly off the field and tried several pass protection sets on the sideline. He did not return, though, and was replaced by Netane Muti.

Risner was sidelined late in the third quarter and replaced by rookie Quinn Meinerz, who made his NFL regular season debut.

“We should know more as the week goes on,” coach Vic Fangio said.

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Broncos game balls, notable Week 3 quotes following win over Jets and looking ahead to Week 4 versus Ravens

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Game balls, quotable and a look ahead following the Broncos’ Week 3 win over the Jets to improve to 3-0.

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Broncos pass rush

Jets QB Zach Wilson was already out of his element; throw in a relentless Broncos pass rush that didn’t let up in the second half, and the result was a defense that had fun all game long. Linebacker Alexander Johnson got the party going with a 14-yard sack of Wilson in the first quarter. Then Shelby Harris, Von Miller and Malik Reed all had sacks in the second quarter, and Johnson added another in the fourth. New York lost 41 total yards on five sacks, and even when the rookie wasn’t going down, he was under constant duress in the pocket.

Tim Patrick

The Broncos signed him to the practice squad in 2017, and Patrick’s been bootstrapping his way to NFL relevancy ever since. That continued Sunday with five catches for 98 yards as Patrick abused Jets cornerbacks and asserted himself as a vertical threat. The Broncos threw at Patrick on their first two offensive plays, and he hauled them in, and also had a 31-yard catch in the fourth quarter that set Denver up at the goal line. With Jerry Jeudy on IR and KJ Hamler potentially sidelined going forward, Patrick must continue to be Mr. Reliable.

Broncos secondary

After picking off Trevor Lawrence twice in last week’s win over the Jaguars, the Broncos replicated that ball-hawking with a pair of interceptions off Wilson. No doubt aided by the pass rush, the secondary limited Wilson to 19-of-35 through the air with a piddly 42.6 rating. With the Jets driving into Broncos territory in the fourth quarter, Justin Simmons secured his first INT of 2021 by undercutting Wilson’s throw and nearly returning it for a touchdown. Later in the quarter, rookie Caden Sterns iced the win with an interception off a tipped pass that he took back for a 43-yard return. Wilson never looked comfortable in his reads.

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Daniel Carlson’s field goal gives Raiders 31-28 OT win over Miami

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LAS VEGAS — Reigning AFC Special Teams Player of the Week Daniel Carlson’s 22-yard field goal as time expired in overtime lifted the Las Vegas Raiders to a 31-28 victory over the Miami Dolphins.

It marked the second time in the Raiders’ first three games – both at home – they overcame a two-touchdown deficit to win in overtime, also doing so against Baltimore in Week 1 on “Monday Night Football.”

Raiders quarterback Derek Carr found Bryan Edwards for 34 yards before Peyton Barber put together runs of 27 and 8 yards to put Las Vegas on the Dolphins’ 11-yard line to eventually set up the winning score.

Carr completed 26 of 43 pass attempts for 386 yards and two touchdowns.

For the third straight game, Carr used his talented receiving depth, as the eight-year veteran completed passes to nine targets, led by Hunter Renfrow and Darren Waller, who each had a team-high five receptions. Renfrow also scored a touchdown.

With star running back Josh Jacobs sidelined with an ankle injury, Barber led the rushing game with 111 yards on 23 carries and one touchdown.

And while the Raiders’ offense outgained Miami 497-330, it was their special teams unit and defense that ignited the comeback after Miami scored the game’s first 14 points.

One play after Zay Jones raced downfield on a punt to down the ball on the 1-yard line, cornerback Casey Hayward Jr. caught Miami receiver Jaylen Waddle on a screen pass in the end zone for a safety.

Carlson, who starred at The Classical Academy in Colorado Springs, booted a 50-yard field goal to get the Raiders within nine. Then, after a huge defensive stop, Las Vegas drove 95 yards to cut Miami’s lead to 14-12. Fullback Alec Ingold was rewarded by having his number called after recovering Barber’s fumble on the goal line on the previous play.

The Raiders scored on their next two possessions when Carr and Renfrow connected for a 12-yard strike, and Barber dived over the pack for a 1-yard plunge to open a 25-12 lead.

The Dolphins weren’t done, though.

After Miami’s Jason Sanders made it a one-score game with a 46-yard field goal midway through the fourth quarter, Jacoby Brissett scrambled on fourt-and-goal for a 1-yard touchdown with :02 left in regulation. Brissett’s passed to William Fuller for the 2-point conversion forced overtime.

The teams exchanged field goals in overtime before Carlson’s winner.

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Broncos Report Card: Defense leads the way in shutout of Jets

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Offense — B

It was an efficient-but-unspectacular game for the Broncos’ offense, which was the requirement against the Jets. The Broncos gained 344 yards, including a season-high 121 rushing (although only 3.3-yard average) and one touchdown apiece from tailbacks Melvin Gordon and Javonte Williams. Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was 19 of 25 for 235 yards and enters October without an interception. Receivers Tim Patrick and Courtland Sutton had five catches on five targets apiece and minus Jerry Jeudy (ankle) and possibly KJ Hamler (knee), the focus will be on Sutton and Patrick. Left guard Dalton Risner (foot) and right guard Graham Glasgow (knee) were unable to finish the game. Williams’ goal-line fumble in the fourth quarter was one of the few negatives.

Defense — A

A shutout is a shutout is a shutout, right? The Broncos skunked an opponent for the second time in coach Vic Fangio’s two-plus years; the first was 16-0 over Tennessee, which brought about the end of the Marcus Mariota Era. The Jets didn’t cross 100 yards offense until the final minute of the third quarter and the pass rush got going after being semi-quiet in Weeks 1-2. The Broncos sacked Zach Wilson five times, including two by inside linebacker Alexander Johnson. Interceptions by safeties Justin Simmons and Caden Sterns moved the Broncos to a plus-3 turnover ratio through three games. Life without inside linebacker Josey Jewell (out for the year following pectoral surgery) and outside linebacker Bradley Chubb (out at least a month following ankle surgery) couldn’t have gone much better.

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Fire at Susan B. Anthony House in Rochester ruled suspicious

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC/NEWS10) — On Sunday, the Firefighters responded to a fire at the Susan B. Anthony House, on Madison Street, in Rochester.

Upon arrival, the porch of the Susan B. Anthony House was on fire said Firefighters, as they began to enter the building to evacuate smoke, protecting artifacts from being damaged.

“A great job was done by the firefighters tonight in limiting the effects of the fire on both the museum and its displays,” Battalion Chief Joseph Luna said.

The Rochester Fire Investigation Unit has listed the cause of the fire as suspicious.

“The Rochester Fire Department has long understood the significance that this property holds both to our local community as well as the nation,” said Chief Luna.

No civilians or firefighters were injured Officials said the investigation remains ongoing.

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Denver American Indian Festival attracts thousands with goal of keeping culture, tradition alive

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The Denver-made soaps for sale at one of the tables at the 8th annual Denver American Indian Festival were infused with essential oils and scents like powwow dirt, tipi campfire and sweetgrass soap — ingredients sourced from Native and Indigenous people across the U.S. for Colorado’s first Native American soap company.

Lakota Body Care owners connected with other American Indian people at the festival Saturday and Sunday, and also educated those who were willing to listen. The event at Riverdale Regional Park and Fairgrounds in Adams County included traditional American Indian dances, musical performances and food. Vendors sold artwork, jewelry and other handmade products, while other booths provided historical information and resources.

“Because of colonization and the genocide of our ancestors, that is the reason we work hard and keep our culture and tradition alive, to take up space in this land that was supposed to be ours,” co-owner Akalei Brown said. “People think we don’t exist anymore.”

Brown, who is of Taos Pueblo and Kanaka-Maoil (Native Hawaiian) heritage, runs the business with her husband and 9-year-old daughter. It was the young girl’s idea to start making the soaps.

“I do it for everybody, for the family, to feel strong and proud,” Haleakala Brown said of the work she does with her parents.

Akalei Brown said she is one generation removed from Indian boarding schools — where the U.S. government forcibly took Native children from their homes to these schools to “assimilate” them.

Her parents took them to powwows and rodeos, but she wanted to ensure that more of their culture survived and was passed down to other generations.

Rebecca Slezak, The Denver Post

Audience members dance with the Seven Falls Indian Dancers during the friendship circle dance at Denver American Indian Festival in Brighton, Colorado on Sept. 25, 2021.

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COVID-19 vaccine exemptions: Where do different religions stand on vaccinations?

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(NEXSTAR/WSYR) – As significant numbers of Americans seek religious exemptions from COVID-19 vaccine mandates, many faith leaders are saying: Not with our endorsement.

Leaders of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America said last week that while some people may have medical reasons for not receiving the vaccine, “there is no exemption in the Orthodox Church for Her faithful from any vaccination for religious reasons.”

What are other religious leaders saying about the COVID-19 vaccines?


Catholicism

The head of the Roman Catholic Church, Pope Francis, has urged people to get the COVID-19 vaccine and said that getting the shot is an “act of love”.

“Thanks to God’s grace and to the work of many, we now have vaccines to protect us from COVID-19,” the pope said in the video below. He continued on to say that vaccines “bring hope to end the pandemic, but only if they are available to all and if we collaborate with one another.”

Pope Francis received his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine back in January, according to The Vatican.

There was some controversy as to whether the vaccines’ development made them morally permissible according to the church. The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops released a statement clearing up the confusion:

Neither the Pfizer nor the Moderna vaccine involved the use of cell lines that originated in fetal tissue taken from the body of an aborted baby at any level of design, development, or production. They are not completely free from any connection to abortion, however, as both Pfizer and Moderna made use of a tainted cell line for one of the confirmatory lab tests of their products. There is thus a connection, but it is relatively remote.

Some are asserting that if a vaccine is connected in any way with tainted cell lines then it is immoral to be vaccinated with them. This is an inaccurate portrayal of Catholic moral teaching.

Most Reverend Kevin C. Rhoades, and Most Reverend Joseph F. Naumann

In March of 2021, the organization questioned the moral permissibility of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

The Johnson & Johnson vaccine, however, was developed, tested and is produced with abortion-derived cell lines raising additional moral concerns. The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith has judged that ‘when ethically irreproachable Covid-19 vaccines are not available … it is morally acceptable to receive Covid-19 vaccines that have used cell lines from aborted fetuses in their research and production process.[1] However, if one can choose among equally safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines, the vaccine with the least connection to abortion-derived cell lines should be chosen. Therefore, if one has the ability to choose a vaccine, Pfizer or Moderna’s vaccines should be chosen over Johnson & Johnson’s.

Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades of Fort Wayne-South Bend, chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) Committee on Doctrine, and Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann of Kansas City in Kansas, chairman of the USCCB’s Committee on Pro-Life Activities


Judaism

Mitzvah is one of the Torah’s 613 Divine commandments; a good deed or religious precept, according to Rabbi Yehuda Shurpin. Rabbi Shurpin writes “guarding your own health doesn’t only make sense, it’s actually a mitzvah. That means that even if you don’t want to do it, for whatever reason, you are still obligated to do so.”

The three major branches of modern Judaism include Reform, Orthodox, and Conservative. Organizations and leaders across the three branches have released statements in support of vaccinations.

The Union for Reform Judaism adopted the Resolution on Mandatory Immunization laws in 2015. The resolution supports mandatory immunization laws and urges congregations to educate members on the “scientific evidence and Jewish values in support of mandatory vaccinations.”

The Orthodox Union also released a statement in support of COVID-19 vaccinations:


Islam

The Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America said in a statement that there is no way to stop the pandemic besides reaching herd immunity. Herd immunity requires a certain percentage of a population have immunity to a virus. The AMJA says this can happen one of two ways:

  1. Allowing the infection to spread among the people without curtailing it
  2. Vaccinating people against the virus

The first way does not conform with the Sharia, because it risks the lives of people, particularly the weak, which is in direct conflict with the intent of the legislator with regard to preserving all human lives. …

The second way is through vaccination, which is congruent with the Sharia and reason.

AMJA Resident Fatwa Committee

Many Muslims who practice Islam avoid pork. The National Muslim COVID-19 Task Force shared in December 2020 that the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines “contain fat, salts/buffer agents, and sugar (sucrose). The fat is not made from pork products.”


Buddhism

Buddhism has no central authority that determines doctrine, but the Dalai Lama received his COVID-19 vaccine in India in March.

After receiving his shot, the Dalai Lama said, “Those other patients also should take this injection for greater benefit,” calling the shot “very, very helpful”.


The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

The First Presidency, the governing body of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, urged Latter-day Saints to get vaccinated against COVID-19 in August, saying, “To provide personal protection from such severe infections, we urge individuals to be vaccinated. Available vaccines have proven to be both safe and effective.”


Christian Science

A small branch of Christianity, Christian Science released a statement on vaccinations and public health.

According to Vanderbilt University Medical Center, “One of the basic teachings of this denomination is that disease can be cured or prevented by focused prayer and members will often request exemptions when available. However, there are no strict rules against vaccination and members can receive required vaccinations.”

For more than a century, our denomination has counseled respect for public health authorities and conscientious obedience to the laws of the land, including those requiring vaccination. Christian Scientists report suspected communicable disease, obey quarantines, and strive to cooperate with measures considered necessary by public health officials. We see this as a matter of basic Golden Rule ethics and New Testament love. …

Most of our church members normally rely on prayer for healing. It’s a deeply considered spiritual practice and way of life that has meant a lot to us over the years. So we’ve appreciated vaccination exemptions and sought to use them conscientiously and responsibly, when they have been granted.

On the other hand, our practice isn’t a dogmatic thing. Church members are free to make their own choices on all life-decisions, in obedience to the law, including whether or not to vaccinate. These aren’t decisions imposed by their church.

A Christian Science perspective on vaccination and public health


Christianity

As there are many Christian denominations, not all were broken down in this article. According to Vanderbilt University Medical Center, the following Christian denominations have no theological objection to vaccination:

  • Roman Catholicism
  • Eastern Orthodox
  • Oriental Orthodox
  • Amish
  • Anglican
  • Baptist
  • The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints​ (Mormon)
  • Congregational
  • Episcopalian
  • Jehovah’s Witness (Note: This denomination originally denounced vaccination, but revised this doctrine in 1952. An article in a recent issue of the church’s newsletter promotes vaccination to avoid infectious diseases.)
  • Lutheran
  • Mennonite
  • Methodist (including African Methodist Episcopal)
  • Quaker
  • Pentecostal
  • Presbyterian
  • Seventh-Day Adventist
  • Unitarian-Universalist

Vanderbilt University Medical Center says the following denominations do have a theological objection to vaccination:

  • Dutch Reformed Congregations – This denomination has a tradition of declining immunizations. Some members decline vaccination on the basis that it interferes with divine providence. However, others within the faith accept immunization as a gift from God to be used with gratitude.
  • Faith healing denominations including:
  • Faith Tabernacle
  • Church of the First Born
  • Faith Assembly
  • End Time Ministrie
  • Church of Christ, Scientist

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Fall means more deer on the road: 4 ways time of day, month and year raise your risk of crashes

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(NEXSTAR) – Deer cause over 1 million motor vehicle accidents in the U.S. each year, resulting in more than US$1 billion in property damage, about 200 human deaths, and 29,000 serious injuries.

In Autumn the risk of hitting deer on rural roads and highways is rising, especially around dusk and during a full moon. Property damage insurance claims average around $2,600 per accident, and the overall average cost, including severe injuries or death, is over $6,000.

While avoiding deer – as well as moose, elk, and other hoofed animals, known as ungulates – can seem impossible if you’re driving in rural areas, there are certain times and places that are most hazardous, and so warrant extra caution.

Transportation agencies, working with scientists, have been developing ways to predict where deer and other ungulates enter roads so they can post warning signs or install fencing or wildlife passages under or over the roadway. Just as important is knowing when these accidents occur.

My former students Victor Colino-Rabanal, Nimanthi Abeyrathna, and I have analyzed over 86,000 deer-vehicle collisions involving white-tailed deer in New York state using police records over a three-year period. Here’s what our research and other studies show about timing and risk:

The risk of hitting a deer varies by:

  • Time of day
  • Day of the week
  • Monthly lunar cycle
  • Seasons of the year

These accident cycles are partly a function of driver behavior – they are highest when traffic is heavy, drivers are least alert and driving conditions are poorest for spotting animals. They are also affected by deer behavior. Not infrequently, deer-vehicle accidents involve multiple vehicles, as startled drivers swerve to miss a deer and collide with a vehicle in another lane, or they slam on the breaks and are rear-ended by the vehicle behind.

In analyzing thousands of deer-vehicle collisions, we found that these accidents occur most frequently at dusk and dawn when deer are most active and drivers’ ability to spot them is poorest. Only about 20% of accidents occur during daylight hours. Deer-vehicle accidents are eight times more frequent per hour of dusk than daylight, and four times more frequent at dusk than after nightfall.

During the week, accidents occur most frequently on days that have the most drivers on the road at dawn or dusk, so they are associated with work commuter driving patterns and social factors such as Friday “date night” traffic.

Over the span of a month, the most deer-vehicle accidents occur during the full moon, and at the time of night that the moon is brightest. Deer move greater distances from cover and are more likely to enter roadways when there is more illumination at night. The pattern holds for deer and other ungulates in both North America and Europe.

Over a year, by far the highest numbers of deer-vehicle accidents are in autumn, and particularly during the rut when bucks search and compete to mate with does. In New York state, the peak number of deer-vehicle accidents occurs in the last week of October and the first weeks of November. There are over four times as many deer-vehicle accidents during that period than during spring. Moose-vehicle accidents show a similar pattern.

That high-risk period is also when daylight saving time ends – it happens on Nov. 7, 2021, in the U.S. Shifting the clock one hour back means more commuters are on the road during the high-risk dusk hours. The result is more cars driving at the peak time of day and during the peak time of the year for deer-vehicle accidents.

Overall, given that most U.S. states and more than 70 countries have seasonal “daylight saving” clock shifts, elevated ungulate-vehicle accident rates caused by clock shifts may be a widespread problem.

There is a longstanding debate about the benefit of a daylight-saving clock shift, given how it disrupts humans’ circadian rhythms, causing short-term stress and fatigue. The risk of deer-vehicle accidents may be another reason to reconsider whether clock shifts are worthwhile.

Deer still cross the Roads at any time.

It’s important to remember that deer-vehicle accidents can occur at any time of day or night, on any day of the year – and that deer can show up in urban areas as well as rural ones.

The insurance company State Farm found that on average, U.S. drivers have a 1 in 116 chance of hitting an animal, with much higher rates in states such as West Virginia, Montana, and Pennsylvania. Over the 12 months ending in June 2020, State Farm counted 1.9 million insurance claims for collisions with wildlife nationwide. Around 90% of those involved deer.

Where deer or other ungulates are likely to be present, drivers should always be alert and cautious, especially at dawn, dusk, on bright moonlit nights, and during the fall rut.

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TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Duane Chapman – better known by the name of his TV show, “Dog the Bounty Hunter” – visited the Florida family home of Brian Laundrie Saturday. Laundrie is a person of interest in his girlfriend Gabby Petito’s death, which has been ruled a homicide.

The reality TV personality pulled up to the North Port home of Christopher and Roberta Laundrie around 4:30 p.m. and knocked on the front door. No one answered.

When asked why he was there, Chapman told a NewsNation reporter “come on, you know,” and implored the public to share tips by calling 833-TELL-DOG.

Police are currently searching for Brian Laundrie, who was last seen by his family on Sept. 14.

Petito’s remains were found last Sunday near Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. Laundrie, who is believed to be the last person to see Petito alive, refused to cooperate with authorities before his disappearance.

His family told investigators he went hiking and never returned. Multiple agencies have been searching the 25,000-acre Carlton Reserve, the area he was believed to be hiking in. He’s been missing for over a week.

On Thursday, federal officials in Wyoming charged Laundrie with unauthorized use of a debit card, alleging he used a Capital One Bankcard and someone’s personal identification number to make unauthorized withdrawals or charges worth more than $1,000 during the period in which Petito went missing. They did not say who the card belonged to.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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