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GOPUSA ILLINOIS Daily Clips - October 31, 2014

 
CHICAGO SUN-TIMES
-- How first lady, Rauner factor into their parties' House races - LYNN SWEET
http://politics.suntimes.com/article/washington/how-first-lady-rauner-factor-their-parties-house-races/thu-10302014-852pm
-- Durbin, Oberweis square off for final time - Lynn Sweet
http://www.suntimes.com/news/sweet/30736594-452/durbin-oberweis-square-off-for-final-time.html
-- Arkansas candidate's 'American dream' includes sewage, stripping - CHAD MERDA  (DIERSEN: Are you a candidate?  What jobs have you had?  Paid jobs I have had include doing yard work, delivering news papers, washing dishes, cleaning golf shoes, chipping slag, pumping gasoline, delivering mail, working on an automobile assembly line, being a security guard, selling tires, automotive services, and major appliances, collecting delinquent taxes, auditing federal agencies, and arbitrating financial and automotive disputes.)
http://politics.suntimes.com/article/washington/arkansas-candidates-american-dream-includes-sewage-stripping/thu-10302014-328pm
-- Sun-Times’ parent company sells suburban newspapers to Tribune - Stefano Esposito
http://breakingnews.suntimes.com/chicago/sun-times-parent-company-sells-suburban-newspapers-to-tribune/
 
CHICAGO TRIBUNE
-- FRONT PAGE TOP OF FOLD: For Rauner and GOP, magic number in Illinois House is 1 - Ray Long
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-illinois-legislature-election-met-20141031-story.html
(FROM THE ARTICLE: There are 118 Illinois House seats on the ballot Tuesday, but for Republicans, the magic number is one.  The GOP knows it's highly unlikely they'll catch a tidal wave and sweep Speaker Michael Madigan out of power. But all the House Republicans need to do is end up with one more seat and the long-serving Southwest Side Democrat will no longer hold a supermajority of 71 members. That would be a big help to Republican Bruce Rauner should he emerge victorious from a close governor's race, allowing him to avoid facing a legislature where Democrats possess the ability to overturn any of his vetoes if they simply stick together. "Ultimately, what it's going to do is force compromise on major issues," said House Republican leader Jim Durkin of Western Springs. "It'll force negotiations with the Democratic majority and a Gov. Rauner.")
-- Generation Y votes: Quinn or Rauner for governor? - Leonor Vivanco  (DIERSEN: Increasingly, Democrats shout at young people that Republicans cause all the problems that young people have.)
http://www.redeyechicago.com/news/local/redeye-generation-y-votes-will-it-be-quinn-or-rauner-20141030,0,1595508.story
-- HARDCOPY ARTICLE HEADLINE: Skipping vacation days helps no one - Megan McArdle  (DIERSEN: My Democrat superiors, supervisors, coworkers, and subordinates in the federal government were filled with envy.  They did not like it at all when I began earning 20 vacation days a year when I was 23 years old in 1971 and 26 vacation days a year in 1983 when I was 35 years old.  SEE: http://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/pay-leave/leave-administration/fact-sheets/annual-leave/)
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/commentary/ct-vacation-take-employeer-benefit-perspec-1031-20141030-story.html
-- Why I'm voting for Pat Quinn - Eric Zorn  (DIERSEN: Zorn and Quinn disapprove of Republicans, and especially Republicans who are Christian, conservative, White, male, older, non-poor, non-veteran, gun owners, and/or who have ancestors who have been in America for a long time.) 
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/zorn/ct-vote-eric-zorn-pat-quinn-governor-perspec-1031-20141030-column.html
-- AS THE DEMOCRAT PARTY'S STRANGLEHOLD ON AMERICA TIGHTENS: FRONT PAGE WITH COLOR PICTURE: Most public school students aren't prepared for college work, data show - Diane Rado  (DIERSEN: Democrats run the public high schools in America.)
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-college-school-report-card-met-1031-20141031-story.html#page=1
 
DAILY HERALD
-- FRONT PAGE WITH COLOR PHOTO OF RIOPELL: Voters flood polls before Tuesday - Mike Riopell
http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20141031/news/141039730/
(FROM THE ARTICLE: Last cash look  If Republican candidates for seats in Springfield do well in the suburbs, they might have conservative talk radio host Dan Proft to thank, in part. The committee he controls, Liberty Principles PAC, has been spending heavily on mail and TV in the suburbs' top races for Illinois House. The committee filed its most recent expense report Tuesday. It showed he spent more than $20,000 each on TV ads in recent days for Republicans Heidi Holan against state Rep. Deborah Conroy in DuPage County, Ramiro Juarez against state Rep. Fred Crespo in Cook County, Leslie Munger against state Rep. Carol Sente in Lake and Cook counties, and Mel Thillens against state Rep. Marty Moylan in Cook County. Five days before, the group reported spending thousands of dollars on mail in many of the same races.)
-- Parties, PACs pouring money into 56th District race - Eric Peterson
http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20141030/news/141039826/
-- Quietly making sense for DuPage - Michael Ledonne, Lombard
http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20141031/discuss/141039766/
(FROM THE LETTER: There's a lot of noise out there as the political candidates swipe at each other this election season. But there's one candidate out there who I believe quietly makes a lot of sense for DuPage voters.  Dan Cronin is using his 20 years in the legislature and experience as a lifelong DuPage resident to advocate each day on behalf of voters.)
-- Not beholden to Madigan, Dems - Jay Kinzler, Glen Ellyn
http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20141031/discuss/141039767/
(FROM THE LETTER: This letter is in support of Heidi Holan who is running for District 46 state representative. She has helped at trail and park cleanups and many volunteer community projects. She has great ideas and is reasonable. We have also received over 30 direct mail advertising for Deb Conroy paid for mainly by the Democratic Party of Illinois and other Madigan sponsored groups. Groups do not donate that kind of money to a candidate without expecting something in return. In the past she almost always has voted with the Madigan Democrats.)
-- Will County authorities urge vote-fraud reporting - AP
http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20141031/news/141039665/
 
NORTHWEST HERALD
-- Pat Quinn, Bruce Rauner offer different emphasis on social issues - AP  (DIERSEN: Quinn has focused on promoting dependency on government, destroying the traditional family, and even worse things.)
http://www.nwherald.com/2014/10/30/pat-quinn-bruce-rauner-offer-different-emphasis-on-social-issues/a3hopjd/
 
SPRINGFIELD STATE JOURNAL REGISTER
-- Attorney general seeks clarifications from Topinka’s former nonprofit - Doug Finke
http://www.sj-r.com/article/20141030/NEWS/141039917/10288/NEWS
-- Voter turnout instrumental to reform - Andy Shaw  (DIERSEN: Those who directly benefit from government favoritism, fraud, waste, and abuse vote for candidates who promote government favoritism, fraud, waste, and abuse.  How many of those in Illinois, in your county, in your township/ward, in your municipality, and in your precinct directly benefit from government favoritism, fraud, waste, and abuse?)
http://www.sj-r.com/article/20141030/OPINION/141039953/2012/OPINION
 
PEKIN DAILY TIMES
-- Rep. Schock proves a fundraising force for GOP - Chris Kaergard
http://www.pekintimes.com/article/20141030/NEWS/141039908/10059/NEWS
 
CHAMPAIGN/URBANA NEWS GAZETTE
-- Final debate brings up new issues for 13th District candidates - Tom Kacich  (DIERSEN: Who determines what issues will be brought up in debates?)
http://www.news-gazette.com/news/local/2014-10-30/final-debate-brings-new-issues-13th-district-candidates.html
 
 
SAUK VALLEY
-- Quinn campaign to focus on ‘sporadic’ voters
http://www.saukvalley.com/2014/10/31/quinn-campaign-to-focus-on-sporadic-voters/a3ghb35/
 
 
DAILY CALLER
-- Camera Catches Tons Of Empty Seats At Hillary Event Despite ‘Space Limited’ Warning - Al Weaver
http://dailycaller.com/2014/10/30/camera-catches-tons-of-empty-seats-at-hillary-event-despite-space-limited-warning-video/
 
CHRISTIAN POST
-- Apple CEO Tim Cook Says Being Gay Is 'Gift From God;' Ted Cruz Replies That's His 'Personal Decision' - LEONARDO BLAIR  (DIERSEN: Those who promote homosexual activity do not tolerate those who do not promote homosexual activity.  Needless-to-say, if you do not promote homosexual activity, do not expect to get a job or keep a job at Apple.  How soon will Apple refuse to sell you anything unless you promote homosexual activity?  Since 2000, those "Republicans" in Illinois, in DuPage County, in Milton Township, and in Wheaton who promote homosexual activity, their operatives, and their dupes have focused on getting rid of me.)
http://www.christianpost.com/news/apple-ceo-tim-cook-says-being-gay-is-gift-from-god-ted-cruz-replies-thats-his-personal-decision-128920/
 
ASSOCIATED PRESS
-- CHICAGO SUN-TIMES HARDCOPY ARTICLE TITLE: Cook's coming-out could change corporate culture - Mae Anderson  (DIERSEN: Those who promote homosexual activity do not tolerate those who do not promote homosexual activity.  Needless-to-say, if you do not promote homosexual activity, do not expect to get a job or keep a job at Apple.  How soon will Apple refuse to sell you anything unless you promote homosexual activity?  Since 2000, those "Republicans" in Illinois, in DuPage County, in Milton Township, and in Wheaton who promote homosexual activity, their operatives, and their dupes have focused on getting rid of me.)
http://www.sltrib.com/home/1765402-155/cook-gay-apple-business-rights-coming
 
THE HILL
-- Dem base: What about us? - Bernie Becker  (DIERSEN: The Democrat Party platform promotes envy, class warfare, dependency on government, homosexual activity, destruction of the traditional family, abortion, illegal immigration, mass immigration, further erosion of the Second Amendment, ending America's leadership of the free world, and even worse things.)

http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/222410-dem-base-what-about-us
 
WASHINGTON POST
-- How racial appeals to black voters have changed — and worsened — under Obama - Nia-Malika Henderson  (DIERSEN: Increasingly, Democrats shout at everyone that Republicans are racists.  How should Republicans react?)
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/wp/2014/10/30/how-racial-appeals-to-black-voters-have-changed-and-worsened-under-obama/
-- DHS employees put $30,000 worth of Starbucks on government credit card - Colby Itkowitz
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/in-the-loop/wp/2014/10/31/report-dhs-employees-put-30000-worth-of-starbucks-on-government-credit-card/
-- OPM’s ‘Story of Maria’ illustrates benefits of education for federal workers - Josh Hicks  (DIERSEN: OPM should do the "Story of Diersen."  All during the almost 30 years that I worked for the federal government, my superiors were under tremendous pressure from Democrat politicians to get rid of employees who shared my demographics (conservative, Republican, non-veteran, White, male, ancestors have been in America for a long time).  Dealing with that was one reason why I a) earned a job-related bachelors degree in 1970, b) earned job-related masters degrees in 1976, 1980, and 1997, c) earned job-related professional certifications in 1979, 1981, 1990, 1994, 1996, and 1997, and earned a job-related professional license in 1982.  My Democrat superiors, supervisors, coworkers, and subordinates in the federal government hinted/implied/ argued/shouted that the aforesaid degrees, certifications, and license a) were not job-related, b) did not help me carry out my duties or responsibilities, c) were a distraction, and d) were acquired my me to get a job in the private sector.  In 1978, my Democrat IRS superiors and Money Magazine disallowed my education deductions.) 
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/federal-eye/wp/2014/10/31/opms-story-of-maria-illustrates-how-education-helps-federal-workers/
(FROM THE ARTICLE: Remember those “Life of Julia” graphics from President Obama’s 2012 campaign?  The pastel slide shows told the story of a fictional character who benefitted from the administration’s policies from cradle to grave, sparking a debate about whether Democrats encourage government dependence or just support programs that help women. The Office of Personnel Management appears to have taken a page from that book with its “Story of Maria,” a tale about the educational achievements of a federal worker. OPM used Maria to highlight findings from its annual Federal Employee Viewpoints Survey, which asked personnel for the first time this year to provide information about their education.  The data allowing analysts to determine how education levels can affect advancement opportunities, financial well-being and workers’ value to their organizations. The resulting report, obtained by The Washington Post and scheduled for an official release on Friday, says that 39 percent of respondents who entered the federal workforce a decade ago have increased their education to some extent. The most drastic increase was among personnel who started government service with a high school diploma. Among those employees, representing about one quarter of the overall federal workforce, 86 percent improved their educational status over 10 years. The data also shows that federal workers can improve their chances of becoming managers and supervisors with each level of education that they complete after high school. According to the report, employees have a 15 percent chance of such promotions with a high school diploma, compared to 18 percent for personnel with bachelor’s degrees and 23 percent for those who finished graduate programs. Additionally, the report said federal workers can increase their earning potential by 18 percent with a bachelor’s degree or by 29 percent with an advanced degree. Those findings aren’t exactly surprising, but notice how OPM used Maria to frame the discussion: “Maria talked with her supervisor, who concluded that continuing her education would be a benefit to her department as well as to her. The manager made use of an authority under the Chief Human Capital Officers Act of 2002 that allowed the government to pay for some of her education expenses, knowing that in return the department would have a more skilled and engaged employee.” That’s nearly identical to how the Obama campaign used “The Life of Julia” to promote policies such as the Affordable Care Act’s birth-control mandate and federal grants for female entrepreneurs. Budget cuts in recent years have forced federal agencies to cut back on training and education for their employees, so you can see how Maria’s story makes the case for increased funding in those areas. “Investing in the development of our workforce is not only critical in maintaining a competitive and well-equipped workforce, it is also a very useful tool to recruit and retain our employees,” OPM Director Katherine Archuleta said in a statement about the education findings.)
 
NEW YORK TIMES
-- Early Voting Numbers Look Good for Democrats - Nate Cohn

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/31/upshot/early-voting-election-results-hold-good-news-for-democrats.html
-- FRONT PAGE TOP OF FOLD WITH COLOR PICTURE: Campaigning to Extend, or End, One-Party Rule - MONICA DAVEYOC
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/31/us/politics/campaigning-to-extend-or-end-one-party-rule-.html
-- THE RACES TO WATCH ACROSS ALL 50 STATES. - PATRICIA COHEN
http://elections.nytimes.com/2014/state-by-state
(FROM THE ARTICLE: Illinois Governor  A tight race for an incumbent “This is going to be bloody and nasty,” Bruce Rauner, the Republican candidate for Illinois governor, said of his neck-and-neck race with Pat Quinn, the Democratic incumbent. Mr. Quinn has been campaigning around raising the minimum wage to $10 an hour from $8.25, but he engendered animosity among public-sector unions with last year’s overhaul of the state’s critically underfunded pension system. Mr. Rauner, who has showcased his business credentials, has been focusing recently on Ebola, by urging a travel ban on visitors from the most affected three West African nations. U.S. Senate Durbin expected to coast to victory Senator Richard J. Durbin, a Democrat, won this seat in 1996 and most analysts think he will have few problems keeping it. Jim Oberweis, the Republican challenger, has criticized Mr. Durbin for being a “career politician,” while Mr. Durbin has repeatedly reminded voters that his opponent has been supportive of the Tea Party movement. U.S. House Republicans run to regain old seats The state’s 18 House races are providing some of the closest congressional contests in the country. A handful of Republicans who lost their seats in 2012 are back, hoping to push out the Democrats who beat them. In the 10th Congressional District, encompassing Chicago’s northeast suburbs, Bob Dold, a Republican, is hoping to turn out Representative Brad Schneider, the Democrat who won in a close election last time around. In the 17th Congressional District, Bobby Schilling, a Republican who opposes the Affordable Care Act, is trying to retake the seat he once held from Representative Cheri Bustos, the freshman Democrat. In the 11th Congressional District, Representative Bill Foster, a Democrat, is fending off a challenge from Darlene Senger, a three-term Republican state lawmaker. And in the closely watched 12th Congressional District race in the southwest part of the state, Bill Enyart, a freshman Democrat, is trying to beat back an aggressive challenge from Mike Bost, a Republican state representative. A third candidate, Paula Bradshaw, is running on the Green Party line.)
-- FRONT PAGE WITH COLOR PHOTO OF COOK: The Coming Out of Apple’s Chief Tim Cook: ‘This Will Resonate’ - James Stewart
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/31/technology/apple-chief-tim-cooks-coming-out-this-will-resonate.html
-- What Will Tim Cook’s Impact Be? - ANNA NORTH  (DIERSEN: Those who promote homosexual activity do not tolerate those who do not promote homosexual activity.  Needless-to-say, if you do not promote homosexual activity, do not expect to get a job or keep a job at Apple.  How soon will Apple refuse to sell you anything unless you promote homosexual activity?  Since 2000, those "Republicans" in Illinois, in DuPage County, in Milton Township, and in Wheaton who promote homosexual activity, their operatives, and their dupes have focused on getting rid of me.)
http://op-talk.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/10/30/what-will-tim-cooks-impact-be/
-- Apple’s Tim Cook Says That He Is ‘Proud to Be Gay’ - BRIAN X. CHEN and VINDU GOELO
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/31/technology/timothy-cook-apples-chief-executive-says-he-is-proud-to-be-gay.html
-- Coming Out in Businessweek, Tim Cook Chooses to Play It Low-Key - NOAM COHENO
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/31/business/media/coming-out-in-businessweek-tim-cook-chooses-to-play-it-low-key.html
 
WALL STREET JOURNAL
-- FRONT PAGE: Democrats Lose Their Grip on Voters With Keys to the House  White, Working-Class Voters Give Republicans an Edge in Contested Congressional Elections - KRISTINA PETERSON and  DANTE CHINNI
http://online.wsj.com/articles/democrats-lose-their-grip-on-voters-with-keys-to-the-house-1414722604
-- Southern Baptists, Gay Community Break Bread at Conference  Baptists Strike New Tone on Homosexuality From the Pulpit, in Private - TAMARA AUDI  (DIERSEN: How soon will your church get rid of you if you do not promote homosexual activity?)
http://online.wsj.com/articles/southern-baptists-gay-community-break-bread-at-conference-1414691923
-- FRONT PAGE: Apple CEO Says He’s ‘Proud to Be Gay’  Tim Cook’s Comments Make Him Most Prominent Openly Gay Executive - RACHEL FEINTZEIG and  DAISUKE WAKABAYASHI  (DIERSEN: Those who promote homosexual activity do not tolerate those who do not promote homosexual activity.  Needless-to-say, if you do not promote homosexual activity, do not expect to get a job or keep a job at Apple.  How soon will Apple refuse to sell you anything unless you promote homosexual activity?  Since 2000, those "Republicans" in Illinois, in DuPage County, in Milton Township, and in Wheaton who promote homosexual activity, their operatives, and their dupes have focused on getting rid of me.)
http://online.wsj.com/articles/apple-ceo-cook-says-hes-proud-to-be-gay-1414715814
 
USA TODAY
-- AS THE DEMOCRAT PARTY'S STRANGLEHOLD ON ILLINOIS AND ON AMERICA TIGHTENS: FRONT PAGE TOP OF FOLD: Poll: High anxiety, low expectations as election nears - Susan Page

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/elections/2014/10/30/usa-today-poll-high-anxiety-low-expectations/18118403/
-- In tight elections, groups try shame as turnout tactic  One new app allows users to see whether their Facebook friends have voted early - Fredreka Schouten
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2014/10/30/interest-groups-experiment-with-shaming-people-to-vote/18179423/
-- Be careful what you wish for, GOP: Column  Control of Congress comes with history of intraparty squabbles - Ross K. Baker
http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2014/10/30/gop-republicans-house-senate-congress-squabbles-intraparty-fighting-column/18195087/
-- Save Election Day: Column  Replacing it with Election Month only helps incumbents and hurts the United States. - Robert Zubrin
http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2014/10/30/save-election-day-month-colorado-fraud-tradition-unity-mass-column/18195207/
-- Pinterest’s seventh employee talks about being black in Silicon Valley - Jessica Guynn  (DIERSEN: Edmund complains about feeling isolated because he is Black. While I worked for the federal government for almost 30 years, almost always I was the only non-veteran Republican in my work group and in the office that I worked in.)
http://www.usatoday.com/videos/tech/2014/10/30/18196237/
http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2014/10/30/justin-edmund-pinterest-diversity-silicon-valley-ferguson-african-americans-hispanics-technology/17832781/
(FROM THE ARTICLE:  In the tense days after an unarmed black teen was killed by a white police officer in Ferguson, Mo., Justin Edmund wondered why no one else in Silicon Valley was talking about it.  "Why would they bother?" he wrote in an essay on Medium. "At most major technology companies, an average 2% of their workforce is African Americans — we're talking tens of people at companies employing thousands of people. At my own company, it's even worse at only 1%. I can count us all on one hand." The seventh employee at Pinterest, Edmund, 24, is a designer responsible for the look and feel of key features on the site, which acts as a digital clipboard for users to share photos of hobbies and interests, say wedding cakes or vintage hats. Yet, as a young African-American man, he feels isolated, one of the few people who looks like him in the company where he works and in the Mission District neighborhood of San Francisco where he lives. Gripped by the violent unrest and confrontations with police in Ferguson, Mo. in August, Edmund says he was shaken, afraid to even venture to the corner store for a can of soda. He tweeted about his fear. His followers thought he was joking.)
-- FRONT PAGE WITH BIG COLOR PICTURE: Cook's declaration that he's gay is part of his 'empathetic' Apple mission - Marco della Cava and Elizabeth Weise  (DIERSEN: Those who promote homosexual activity do not tolerate those who do not promote homosexual activity.  Needless-to-say, if you do not promote homosexual activity, do not expect to get a job or keep a job at Apple.  How soon will Apple refuse to sell you anything unless you promote homosexual activity?  Since 2000, those "Republicans" in Illinois, in DuPage County, in Milton Township, and in Wheaton who promote homosexual activity, their operatives, and their dupes have focused on getting rid of me.)
http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2014/10/30/tim-cook-gay-empathetic-mission-at-apple/18185329/
 
HOUSTON CHRONICLE
-- Illinois Dems dig deep to keep governor's office - AP
http://www.chron.com/news/politics/article/Illinois-Dems-dig-deep-to-keep-governor-s-office-5860164.php
 
CITY WATCH
-- The New Ruling Class: Silicon Valley's Chips off the Old Block - Joel Kotkin
http://www.citywatchla.com/lead-stories-hidden/7809-the-new-ruling-class-silicon-valley-s-chips-off-the-old-block
 
THE WEEK
-- If Democrats abandon immigration reform after Tuesday's likely loss, they will turn 2016 into a debacle Latinos wont vote for a party that repeatedly breaks its promises - Shikha Dalmia  (DIERSEN: Increasingly, Democrats paint Latinos as being race based voters, that is, that Latinos vote for whichever candidate promises to give Latinos the most preference.)
 
http://theweek.com/article/index/270956/if-democrats-abandon-immigration-reform-after-tuesdays-likely-loss-they-will-turn-2016-into-a-debacle
 
CANADIAN BROADCASTING COMPANY
-- Anti-gay activists Bill Whatcott, Peter LaBarbera on trial in Regina  Duo charged with mischief following dispute at U of R in spring
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/anti-gay-activists-bill-whatcott-peter-labarbera-on-trial-in-regina-1.2818503
-- Alaska among states voting on pot in marijuana midterms  Alaskans will decide Nov. 4 whether their state should follow Colorado and Washington - Meagan Fitzpatrick
http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/alaska-among-states-voting-on-pot-in-marijuana-midterms-1.2812268
 
INSURANCE NEWS NET
-- Survey About Financial Planners Casts Doubt On GAO Report - Cyril Tuohy

http://insurancenewsnet.com/innarticle/2014/10/31/survey-about-financial-planners-casts-doubt-on-gao-report-a-571235.html

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