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AlgebraAddict 05-02-2013 01:51 AM

GUYS GUYS GUYS GUYS.

I posted my 2-year-a-versary shtuff on the NSP. ^_^

Lily09 05-02-2013 01:54 AM

im just tired. physically and emotionally.

AlgebraAddict 05-02-2013 01:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lily09 (Post 455240)
im just tired. physically and emotionally.


GO TO BED.

I will now, because now I be hypocrite. XD

Lily09 05-02-2013 01:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AlgebraAddict (Post 455241)
GO TO BED.

I will now, because now I be hypocrite. XD

I AM IN BED. i cant sleep.
AND HAPPY SECOND YEARAVERSARY! :D

TheAshWolf 05-02-2013 02:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lily09 (Post 455240)
im just tired. physically and emotionally.

Sleep is good. *gives you a pillow and a blanket and a glass of warm milk* Go recharge your batteries. You'll feel better in the morning. <:^J

Lily09 05-02-2013 02:01 AM

i never feel better in the morning but thanks. *hugs*

rebecca 05-02-2013 02:08 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lily09 (Post 455140)
isAAC BBY ON A SCALE OF ONE TO TEN OF AWESOMENESS YOU ARE LIKE ONE HUNDRED.
which isnt even on the scale but whatever.

meh, i hope we both realize our awesomeness(if i have any awesomeness.)

WELL THEN IDK WHY IM YOUR BEST FRIEND IF IM TOTALLY NOT

In my OAS (official awesomeness scale)...let me figure this out...near the top, yes...in between neon colours and South American Camelids sound good?

maxi 05-02-2013 03:03 AM

MY HEAD HURTS SO FREAKING MUCHi

maxi 05-02-2013 03:57 AM

Chop chop chop get reading.

http://www.kidpub.com/story/why-so-serious-2318137483

LaurenM 05-02-2013 05:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BearWithAStrawberry (Post 455147)
sOME TIMES, I THINK
"SCREW IT. I'LL JUST BE A STRIPPER. THEN I REMEMBER I'M UGLY AND FAT AND I CAN'T DANCE"

Stop it, you. Even if you can't dance, you can be a lot of other things.
Quote:

Originally Posted by AlgebraAddict (Post 455239)
GUYS GUYS GUYS GUYS.

I posted my 2-year-a-versary shtuff on the NSP. ^_^

Ooh, Imma go see. Happy yearaversary!

L.S.Trendom 05-02-2013 08:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheAshWolf (Post 455236)
Replied to what? *looks* Ohh. Thanks, Lily. ^_^



So be it. I have a TARDIS, after all...*points to my location* ;) Time means very little with a TARDIS.

I know how that feels. x__x But, even if it's everything, feel free to vent with me about as much of it as you want--I'll listen to you. <:^J (And, of course, there's always prayer...I don't know if you believe in God, Isaac, but......he never sets limits on how long you can pray--Jesus prayed LITERALLY all night long, once, and I seriously doubt God told him to be quiet. He may not answer your prayer the very next day, of course, but just having someone to turn to who you can talk about absolutely anything you want with is extremely comforting, and can help you think things through.)

Aahahaha YES.

Pfft, 10s. If we're 10s on a scale of amazing-ness, then you're, like, +50. (YES that's a positive sign, not a negative.)

i've been having trouble believing anyone would care enough to stay, lately.
but yaY TARDISES :D

thanks. just… idek, i don't really feel like talking about it for the most part, it's a long story
haha my views on God are conflicted and not particularly happy currently

no.

i'm not at all awesome.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lily09 (Post 455240)
im just tired. physically and emotionally.

*hugs* I wish I'd been awake…
Maybe not now, but you will feel better someday.

SilverMoon 05-02-2013 08:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by maxi (Post 455258)

I did.


And I'm wondering if he's calling me a drama queen.

SilverMoon 05-02-2013 08:47 AM

Today is May 2.

It's been exactly three months since I've seen/communicated with my best friends.


I don't exactly feel sad... But I mean, it doesn't exactly make me happy.

._.

On a (sort of) different note...
I wonder what life is like for normal peoples.


Like, your average middle schooler or whatever.

MaryElizabeth 05-02-2013 10:06 AM

So, yesterday was arguably the best day of my entire life.

It really just started with the meet and greet before the show. My hands were shaking and I was so nervous because I was going to meet All Time Low. All Time Low, guys. They finally came out into the room where the show would be, Jack saying, "WHAT'S UP CANADA?" of course to about fifty laughs and nervous giggles. My sister and I went over to Alex first, and he was pretty nice (a lot taller in person, FYI), and he let me give him a hug---which was just...awesome to physically wrap my arms around the person who has done so much for me.

I was too nervous and shy to hug the other guys, but my sister told Jack about how it was my first concert, and he said, "Really? That is cray-cray! Your ears are gonna be ringing tomorrow." I just said I wouldn't mind, and he said giving me a thumbs-up, "Awesome!"

A while later, You Me At Six opened and my sister and I were in the crowd. I could kind of see around all the people, though we were all sweating and pushing each other around. When Mayday Parade came out, some assholes got more aggressive. I had to pull people off the ground so they didn't get trampled twice; one short girl seemingly having a blast was just punching and pushing for her own circle, another huge girl (just very round and short) was throwing her weight around, apparently tired of their shit, but I was the one to take the shoves while she tried to push them back. (It was still awesome when Vic jumped on stage to cover Somebody That You Used To Know with them. I went nuts when I saw him.)

My sister was afraid I would get too dehydrated, so we went to get water before Pierce the Veil came out, and we moved to a space just above the crowd, a bit farther back, but we could see much better and there was more space.

Pierce the Veil started with their absolutely fantastic production, with black lights and spinning wheels. Jaime went completely apeshit, bouncing around the stage like a maniac, absolutely loving it; Mike was playing the drums really enthusiastically; Tony was playing like it was the last day of his life; and Vic was just so passionate about it. He kept smiling when we sang along, saying it was the craziest concert they had in Detroit--but I know they probably say that at every show they have, just switching out the name. When they played Hold On Till May, I just felt so much better, forgetting about the school day. I held the water bottle tight to my chest, trying to remember the moment. Later, they were playing Bulletproof Love (I think, can't remember), and the confetti shot everywhere, and I watched it fly around the lights while they performed...and it was like all of my worries had flown away with it. It was an unforgettable feeling.

I was disappointed when they left, but All Time Low came on, and they were just fantastic. I loved singing along, and they looked so glad to be there. Jack, of course, was great at performing and all. They're such wonderful people. I know I shouldn't assume just because I watch interviews, but I do it anyway. Therapy was really emotional for me to sing along with, just like when Pierce the Veil was on. I just felt so grateful that I had that to hold on to. And I knew that my sister probably felt the same.

I was completely exhausted, and still am (my mom let me stay home today). We got home around 11:30, and I had to shove dinner down my throat before going to bed, but I just felt so happy. I was too tired to keep smiling as much as I did at the concert, but I wrapped the blankets around me and just tried to make sure that the memories stayed with me. I couldn't ask for anything more.

Lily09 05-02-2013 11:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MaryElizabeth (Post 455277)
So, yesterday was arguably the best day of my entire life.

It really just started with the meet and greet before the show. My hands were shaking and I was so nervous because I was going to meet All Time Low. All Time Low, guys. They finally came out into the room where the show would be, Jack saying, "WHAT'S UP CANADA?" of course to about fifty laughs and nervous giggles. My sister and I went over to Alex first, and he was pretty nice (a lot taller in person, FYI), and he let me give him a hug---which was just...awesome to physically wrap my arms around the person who has done so much for me.

I was too nervous and shy to hug the other guys, but my sister told Jack about how it was my first concert, and he said, "Really? That is cray-cray! Your ears are gonna be ringing tomorrow." I just said I wouldn't mind, and he said giving me a thumbs-up, "Awesome!"

A while later, You Me At Six opened and my sister and I were in the crowd. I could kind of see around all the people, though we were all sweating and pushing each other around. When Mayday Parade came out, some assholes got more aggressive. I had to pull people off the ground so they didn't get trampled twice; one short girl seemingly having a blast was just punching and pushing for her own circle, another huge girl (just very round and short) was throwing her weight around, apparently tired of their shit, but I was the one to take the shoves while she tried to push them back. (It was still awesome when Vic jumped on stage to cover Somebody That You Used To Know with them. I went nuts when I saw him.)

My sister was afraid I would get too dehydrated, so we went to get water before Pierce the Veil came out, and we moved to a space just above the crowd, a bit farther back, but we could see much better and there was more space.

Pierce the Veil started with their absolutely fantastic production, with black lights and spinning wheels. Jaime went completely apeshit, bouncing around the stage like a maniac, absolutely loving it; Mike was playing the drums really enthusiastically; Tony was playing like it was the last day of his life; and Vic was just so passionate about it. He kept smiling when we sang along, saying it was the craziest concert they had in Detroit--but I know they probably say that at every show they have, just switching out the name. When they played Hold On Till May, I just felt so much better, forgetting about the school day. I held the water bottle tight to my chest, trying to remember the moment. Later, they were playing Bulletproof Love (I think, can't remember), and the confetti shot everywhere, and I watched it fly around the lights while they performed...and it was like all of my worries had flown away with it. It was an unforgettable feeling.

I was disappointed when they left, but All Time Low came on, and they were just fantastic. I loved singing along, and they looked so glad to be there. Jack, of course, was great at performing and all. They're such wonderful people. I know I shouldn't assume just because I watch interviews, but I do it anyway. Therapy was really emotional for me to sing along with, just like when Pierce the Veil was on. I just felt so grateful that I had that to hold on to. And I knew that my sister probably felt the same.

I was completely exhausted, and still am (my mom let me stay home today). We got home around 11:30, and I had to shove dinner down my throat before going to bed, but I just felt so happy. I was too tired to keep smiling as much as I did at the concert, but I wrapped the blankets around me and just tried to make sure that the memories stayed with me. I couldn't ask for anything more.


*screams* *cuddles you*
THAT SOUNDS FABULOUS IM GLAD YOU HAD ANA AMAZING TIME DID YOU GET PICS OHMYGOD YOURE SO LUCKY YOU GO TO HUG ALEX

rebecca 05-02-2013 11:48 AM

I have to sit down in concerts. Attention span, and fear of crowds.

MaryElizabeth 05-02-2013 03:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lily09 (Post 455279)
*screams* *cuddles you*
THAT SOUNDS FABULOUS IM GLAD YOU HAD ANA AMAZING TIME DID YOU GET PICS OHMYGOD YOURE SO LUCKY YOU GO TO HUG ALEX

*hugs tightly*

Thank you so much! I got pictures of the band with my sister (but I don't think she'd want me to post them), and some pictures during the show, but some of them are blurry. Maybe I'll take a picture of their signatures and all that.

yeS I'M STILL THINKING OF HOW AWESOME IT WAS TO HUG HIM HE SO MUCH TALLER IN PERSON AND IT WAS THE NICEST HUG I'VE EVER HAD

AND I FORGOT TO SAY THAT ZACK PICKED UP JACK IN THE MIDDLE OF THE SHOW AND SHARED THE MICROPHONE WITH HIM AND I WASN'T ABLE TO GET A PICTURE BUT IT WAS AWESOME AND MERRIKAT SHIPPERS WILL GO NUTS

AND JACK WROTE "GO WINGS" ON HIS GUITAR IT WAS SO GREAT

BearWithAStrawberry 05-02-2013 05:47 PM

hi, people of this magical realm dubbed kidpub.

LaurenM 05-02-2013 06:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MaryElizabeth (Post 455277)
So, yesterday was arguably the best day of my entire life.

It really just started with the meet and greet before the show. My hands were shaking and I was so nervous because I was going to meet All Time Low. All Time Low, guys. They finally came out into the room where the show would be, Jack saying, "WHAT'S UP CANADA?" of course to about fifty laughs and nervous giggles. My sister and I went over to Alex first, and he was pretty nice (a lot taller in person, FYI), and he let me give him a hug---which was just...awesome to physically wrap my arms around the person who has done so much for me.

I was too nervous and shy to hug the other guys, but my sister told Jack about how it was my first concert, and he said, "Really? That is cray-cray! Your ears are gonna be ringing tomorrow." I just said I wouldn't mind, and he said giving me a thumbs-up, "Awesome!"

A while later, You Me At Six opened and my sister and I were in the crowd. I could kind of see around all the people, though we were all sweating and pushing each other around. When Mayday Parade came out, some assholes got more aggressive. I had to pull people off the ground so they didn't get trampled twice; one short girl seemingly having a blast was just punching and pushing for her own circle, another huge girl (just very round and short) was throwing her weight around, apparently tired of their shit, but I was the one to take the shoves while she tried to push them back. (It was still awesome when Vic jumped on stage to cover Somebody That You Used To Know with them. I went nuts when I saw him.)

My sister was afraid I would get too dehydrated, so we went to get water before Pierce the Veil came out, and we moved to a space just above the crowd, a bit farther back, but we could see much better and there was more space.

Pierce the Veil started with their absolutely fantastic production, with black lights and spinning wheels. Jaime went completely apeshit, bouncing around the stage like a maniac, absolutely loving it; Mike was playing the drums really enthusiastically; Tony was playing like it was the last day of his life; and Vic was just so passionate about it. He kept smiling when we sang along, saying it was the craziest concert they had in Detroit--but I know they probably say that at every show they have, just switching out the name. When they played Hold On Till May, I just felt so much better, forgetting about the school day. I held the water bottle tight to my chest, trying to remember the moment. Later, they were playing Bulletproof Love (I think, can't remember), and the confetti shot everywhere, and I watched it fly around the lights while they performed...and it was like all of my worries had flown away with it. It was an unforgettable feeling.

I was disappointed when they left, but All Time Low came on, and they were just fantastic. I loved singing along, and they looked so glad to be there. Jack, of course, was great at performing and all. They're such wonderful people. I know I shouldn't assume just because I watch interviews, but I do it anyway. Therapy was really emotional for me to sing along with, just like when Pierce the Veil was on. I just felt so grateful that I had that to hold on to. And I knew that my sister probably felt the same.

I was completely exhausted, and still am (my mom let me stay home today). We got home around 11:30, and I had to shove dinner down my throat before going to bed, but I just felt so happy. I was too tired to keep smiling as much as I did at the concert, but I wrapped the blankets around me and just tried to make sure that the memories stayed with me. I couldn't ask for anything more.

Lucky you! I've never listened to All Time Low before, though I've heard of them, but I was planning to. I've never been to a concert before either.
And I'm glad that you're happy :D

MaryElizabeth 05-02-2013 07:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LaurenM (Post 455318)
Lucky you! I've never listened to All Time Low before, though I've heard of them, but I was planning to. I've never been to a concert before either.
And I'm glad that you're happy :D

Thanks, that's nice of you. ^_^

L.S.Trendom 05-02-2013 07:15 PM

YAY ME! that sounds awesome :DD

Arin 05-02-2013 09:31 PM

Ugh I'm editing one of my stories and...

My writing just sounds immature. No matter how I try to tweak it, it always sounds like a six year old with terrible grammar wrote it. I want to just delete the first 9000 words of the story, but I feel too lazy to re-write all that... >.>

Arin 05-02-2013 09:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MaryElizabeth (Post 455277)
So, yesterday was arguably the best day of my entire life.

It really just started with the meet and greet before the show. My hands were shaking and I was so nervous because I was going to meet All Time Low. All Time Low, guys. They finally came out into the room where the show would be, Jack saying, "WHAT'S UP CANADA?" of course to about fifty laughs and nervous giggles. My sister and I went over to Alex first, and he was pretty nice (a lot taller in person, FYI), and he let me give him a hug---which was just...awesome to physically wrap my arms around the person who has done so much for me.

I was too nervous and shy to hug the other guys, but my sister told Jack about how it was my first concert, and he said, "Really? That is cray-cray! Your ears are gonna be ringing tomorrow." I just said I wouldn't mind, and he said giving me a thumbs-up, "Awesome!"

A while later, You Me At Six opened and my sister and I were in the crowd. I could kind of see around all the people, though we were all sweating and pushing each other around. When Mayday Parade came out, some assholes got more aggressive. I had to pull people off the ground so they didn't get trampled twice; one short girl seemingly having a blast was just punching and pushing for her own circle, another huge girl (just very round and short) was throwing her weight around, apparently tired of their shit, but I was the one to take the shoves while she tried to push them back. (It was still awesome when Vic jumped on stage to cover Somebody That You Used To Know with them. I went nuts when I saw him.)

My sister was afraid I would get too dehydrated, so we went to get water before Pierce the Veil came out, and we moved to a space just above the crowd, a bit farther back, but we could see much better and there was more space.

Pierce the Veil started with their absolutely fantastic production, with black lights and spinning wheels. Jaime went completely apeshit, bouncing around the stage like a maniac, absolutely loving it; Mike was playing the drums really enthusiastically; Tony was playing like it was the last day of his life; and Vic was just so passionate about it. He kept smiling when we sang along, saying it was the craziest concert they had in Detroit--but I know they probably say that at every show they have, just switching out the name. When they played Hold On Till May, I just felt so much better, forgetting about the school day. I held the water bottle tight to my chest, trying to remember the moment. Later, they were playing Bulletproof Love (I think, can't remember), and the confetti shot everywhere, and I watched it fly around the lights while they performed...and it was like all of my worries had flown away with it. It was an unforgettable feeling.

I was disappointed when they left, but All Time Low came on, and they were just fantastic. I loved singing along, and they looked so glad to be there. Jack, of course, was great at performing and all. They're such wonderful people. I know I shouldn't assume just because I watch interviews, but I do it anyway. Therapy was really emotional for me to sing along with, just like when Pierce the Veil was on. I just felt so grateful that I had that to hold on to. And I knew that my sister probably felt the same.

I was completely exhausted, and still am (my mom let me stay home today). We got home around 11:30, and I had to shove dinner down my throat before going to bed, but I just felt so happy. I was too tired to keep smiling as much as I did at the concert, but I wrapped the blankets around me and just tried to make sure that the memories stayed with me. I couldn't ask for anything more.

0_0 That sounds amazing. I've never listened to All Time Low... I'm really happy for you, though!!! :D

TheAshWolf 05-02-2013 10:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Arin (Post 455345)
Ugh I'm editing one of my stories and...

My writing just sounds immature. No matter how I try to tweak it, it always sounds like a six year old with terrible grammar wrote it. I want to just delete the first 9000 words of the story, but I feel too lazy to re-write all that... >.>

Never delete your old work! O__O

Seriously, Arin. <:^J I know this sounds impossible, but one day, you're going to look back on your old stories, remember that you deleted a lot of your oldest writings, and feel an indescribable sense of loss. Terrible or wonderful, every single word you write down in a story defines your history as a writer. I have no idea what became of my first ever novella....it was BEYOND horrible, but it was still the first, and it kills me to know that it's probably lost forever.

But anywayyyy....
I know how you feel. X_X Rewriting is a pain.

BearWithAStrawberry 05-02-2013 10:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Arin (Post 455345)
Ugh I'm editing one of my stories and...

My writing just sounds immature. No matter how I try to tweak it, it always sounds like a six year old with terrible grammar wrote it. I want to just delete the first 9000 words of the story, but I feel too lazy to re-write all that... >.>


One word.
Thesaurus.

TheAshWolf 05-03-2013 12:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BearWithAStrawberry (Post 455353)
One word.
Thesaurus.

YES!

The Thesaurus is a writer's best friend. :D With it, happy becomes elated, sad becomes somber, and anger becomes indignation.

L.S.Trendom 05-03-2013 12:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheAshWolf (Post 455404)
YES!

The Thesaurus is a writer's best friend. :D With it, happy becomes elated, sad becomes somber, and anger becomes indignation.

don't forget about random amazing words like floccinaucinihilipilification and phantasmagoria and eidolon and ennui and miasma and vitrified and halcyon :D

TheAshWolf 05-03-2013 12:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by L.S.Trendom (Post 455406)
don't forget about random amazing words like floccinaucinihilipilification and phantasmagoria and eidolon and ennui and miasma and vitrified and halcyon :D

8D Yes, we mustn't forget the more peculiar words. Pretty much every Word of the Day that's ever been on the front page of http://dictionary.reference.com/ would fall under that category. XD

TheAshWolf 05-03-2013 01:06 AM

OH MY GOSH. e__e

Is it just me, or is the entire Internet wigging out? D: First YouTube stops displaying dislikes (which I know for sure wasn't just me, since people in comments on different videos were all talking about it), then my computer's connection is SUPER INSANELY 1990s-ESQUE SLOW all day long, and now YouTube and KP keeps crashing on me. O___0

Are those two companies still flooding the interwebs with data as a way to fight with each other or whatever?! .___. Stop it.

L.S.Trendom 05-03-2013 01:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheAshWolf (Post 455415)
OH MY GOSH. e__e

Is it just me, or is the entire Internet wigging out? D: First YouTube stops displaying dislikes (which I know for sure wasn't just me, since people in comments on different videos were all talking about it), then my computer's connection is SUPER INSANELY 1990s-ESQUE SLOW all day long, and now YouTube and KP keeps crashing on me. O___0

Are those two companies still flooding the interwebs with data as a way to fight with each other or whatever?! .___. Stop it.

My internet has been weird and slow too .__.

TheAshWolf 05-03-2013 01:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by L.S.Trendom (Post 455418)
My internet has been weird and slow too .__.

So it's NOT just me? O.O Those companies must still be warring, then.....sending thousands of gigabytes of random data to each other, clogging up the Internet....e_____e Ugh.

rebecca 05-03-2013 01:54 AM

Obviously this is their evil plan.

evasong 05-03-2013 03:33 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rebecca (Post 455421)
Obviously this is their evil plan.

Obviously. >.<

LaurenM 05-03-2013 05:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheAshWolf (Post 455409)
8D Yes, we mustn't forget the more peculiar words. Pretty much every Word of the Day that's ever been on the front page of http://dictionary.reference.com/ would fall under that category. XD

The words of the days are getting boring, though. I saw 'stark' on the list once.
Quote:

Originally Posted by TheAshWolf (Post 455419)
So it's NOT just me? O.O Those companies must still be warring, then.....sending thousands of gigabytes of random data to each other, clogging up the Internet....e_____e Ugh.

That didn't happen to me...mine shows the dislikes.

Arin 05-03-2013 07:08 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by L.S.Trendom (Post 455406)
don't forget about random amazing words like floccinaucinihilipilification and phantasmagoria and eidolon and ennui and miasma and vitrified and halcyon :D

Ah yes, I love floccinaucinihilipilification. And pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanokoniosis, and honorificabilitudinitatibus and antidisestablishmentarianism.

LaurenM 05-03-2013 07:12 AM

OH MY GOD.
ONE MORE EPILOGUE.
AND MY BOOK IS FINISHED.
i

Arin 05-03-2013 07:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LaurenM (Post 455432)
OH MY GOD.
ONE MORE EPILOGUE.
AND MY BOOK IS FINISHED.
i

Congrats, Lauren!!! :D That's awesome!

maxi 05-03-2013 07:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LaurenM (Post 455432)
OH MY GOD.
ONE MORE EPILOGUE.
AND MY BOOK IS FINISHED.
i

WELL DONE.
BRO.
HOLY CRAP.
IS IT FML? (Mwaahahahahahahaha.)

LaurenM 05-03-2013 09:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Arin (Post 455434)
Congrats, Lauren!!! :D That's awesome!

Thanks, Arin!
Quote:

Originally Posted by maxi (Post 455435)
WELL DONE.
BRO.
HOLY CRAP.
IS IT FML? (Mwaahahahahahahaha.)

It is, it is. ^_^

rebecca 05-03-2013 12:24 PM

Still stuck on Hemlock. My writing process is slow. Especially since I still lack a plot.


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