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  1. 1. A Quiz By: 8eardcules & Italian_Seasoning 7/1/18
  2. 2. Rules Two rounds: First is a random assortment of questions with infinite bounce/pounce. Scoring is +10/-10 for pounce, +10/-0 for direct Second is a grand connect round. Write your answers on your paper and the quizmaster will check them after each question. The scoring scheme is indicated on the question slides themselves. Scores will be tallied every 10 questions.
  3. 3. Question 1 • The Yoga Sūtras of X are 196 Indian sutras (aphorisms). The Yoga Sutras were compiled prior to 400 CE by Sage X, taking materials about yoga from older traditions.[1][2][3] The Yoga Sūtras of X was the most translated ancient Indian text in the medieval era, having been translated into about forty Indian languages and two non-Indian languages: Old Javanese and Arabic.[4] The text fell into obscurity for nearly 700 years from the 12th to 19th century, and made a comeback in late 19th century due to the efforts of Swami Vivekananda, the Theosophical Society and others. It gained prominence again as a comeback classic in the 20th century • X is now a household name in India, but not in direct reference to the ancient text • ID X
  4. 4. Question 1 Patanjali
  5. 5. Question 2 Why is this book in the news?
  6. 6. Question 2 Winner of the 2107 Man Booker Prize
  7. 7. Question 3 Put Funda?
  8. 8. Question 3
  9. 9. Question 4 • In ASL (American Sign Language), the sign for X is the sign for “milk” while moving your hand past your eyes • ID X Watch us for a live demonstration!
  10. 10. Question 4 • X is “pasteurized milk”
  11. 11. Question 5 • It is popularly said that by all known laws of aviation, X should be impossible, however X still occurs, since the individuals performing X do not care what humans think is possible. • The above is paraphrased from a 2007 movie and has been immortalized on the internet as copypasta. Put Funda.
  12. 12. Question 5 X = the flight of the bees • According to all known laws of aviation, there is no way a bee should be able to fly. Its wings are too small to get its fat little body off the ground. The bee, of course, flies anyway because bees don't care what humans think is impossible. Yellow, black. Yellow, black. Yellow, black. Yellow, black. Ooh, black and yellow! Let's shake it up a little. Barry! Breakfast is ready! Ooming! Hang on a second. Hello? - Barry? - Adam?...
  13. 13. Question 6 • The date for a certain was chosen because it was considered auspicious by X since the Japanese surrender after WW2 occurred on this date. However, a person Y closely linked with the event was informed by astrologers that the day would be inauspicious, this led to the event occurring at a particular time to avoid any problems. • ID the Event, X and Y
  14. 14. Question 6 Midnight on the 15th of August was chosen as the date for Indian Independence X = Lord Mountbatten, Y = Nehru
  15. 15. Question 7 These are pieces of artist Nandalal Bose’s work depicting various scenes from the Indian subcontinent going back to the Indus Valley civilization. Where have these been immortalized?
  16. 16. Question 7
  17. 17. Question 8 • To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ to understand X. The humour is extremely subtle, and without a solid grasp of theoretical physics most of the jokes will go over a typical viewer’s head. There’s also _____’s nihilistic outlook, which is deftly woven into his characterisation- his personal philosophy draws heavily from Narodnaya Volya literature, for instance. The fans understand this stuff; they have the intellectual capacity to truly appreciate the depths of these jokes, to realise that they’re not just funny- they say something deep about LIFE. As a consequence people who dislike X truly ARE idiots- of course they wouldn’t appreciate, for instance, the humour in _____’s existential catchphrase “____ ____ ___ ___,” which itself is a cryptic reference to Turgenev’s Russian epic Fathers and Sons. I’m smirking right now just imagining one of those addlepated simpletons scratching their heads in confusion as Y’s genius wit unfolds itself on their television screens. What fools.. how I pity them. 😂 • And yes, by the way, i DO have a X tattoo. And no, you cannot see it. It’s for the ladies’ eyes only- and even then they have to demonstrate that they’re within 5 IQ points of my own (preferably lower) beforehand. Nothin personnel kid 😂 • ID X
  18. 18. Question 8 X = Rick and Morty Y = Dan Harmon
  19. 19. Question 9 Put Funda
  20. 20. Question 9 In 2015 the NHS launched a campaign called “The Missing Type” to raise awareness for blood donation
  21. 21. Question 10 • The movie Garbage Pail Kids is widely considered to be one of the worst movies of all time and has the coveted 0% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It revolves around a bunch of kids shown as physically disgusting people who have been shunned as abnormal. They despise the other normal kids and refer to them degradingly as X. This is one of the first uses of the term X. • The term X is now massively common on online meme communities • ID X
  22. 22. Question 10 X = Normie
  23. 23. Question 11 • According to Greek mythology, when Theseus entered the Labyrinth to kill the minotaur (a half- man, half-bull), he unraveled a "clew" - a ball of string - behind him, so he could find his way back. • Which modern English word gets its etymology from this?
  24. 24. Question 11 The world “clue”
  25. 25. Question 12 Identify/Put Funda
  26. 26. Question 12 International Genetics from Jurassic Park
  27. 27. Identify Question 13
  28. 28. Question 13 Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
  29. 29. Questi0n 14 • The Motto for this popular news source is Tu Stultus Est • Translation is “You are stupid” • Much like what it is named after, It makes You cry • ID this
  30. 30. Question 14 The Onion, the world’s finest news source
  31. 31. Question 15 • X's work touched upon so many fields that he is often the earliest written reference on a given matter. In an effort to avoid naming everything after X, some discoveries and theorems are attributed to the first person to have proved them after X.[ • ID X
  32. 32. Question 15 Leonhard Euler (W didn’t insert a picture, imagine one)
  33. 33. Question 16 • Members of a fanatical Muslim sect during the Crusades used to smoke hashish and then murder leaders on the opposing side. They started going by the name "hashishiyyin," meaning hashish-users in Arabic. • Which modern English word gets its etymology here?
  34. 34. Question 16 The word “assassin”
  35. 35. Question 17 • At 1800 hours on 21st July 1937, all BBC transmitters and wireless Post Office transmitters in the British Isles observed two minutes of silence. The British Post Office also sent a message requesting that all broadcasting ships observe two minutes of broadcasting silence as well. Why? • Put Funda
  36. 36. Question 17 Guglielmo Marconi, the father of the radio, passed away in 1939
  37. 37. The text is from Wikipedia. What is being talked about? There are lots of theories about the inventor. •It was invented in Japan in 1869,[4] by Izumi Yosuke,[7][8] who formed a partnership with Suzuki Tokujiro • and Takayama Kosuke to build the vehicles,[9] having been "inspired by the horse carriages that had been introduced to the streets of Tokyo a few years earlier".[10] •Jonathan Scobie (or Jonathan Goble), an American missionary to Japan, is also said to have invented the X around 1869 to transport his invalid wife through the streets of Yokohama.[6][11][12] •An American blacksmith Albert Tolman is said to have invented the X, or "man drawn lorry", in 1846 in Worcester, Massachusetts, for a South American bound missionary.[13] •In New Jersey, the Burlington County Historical Society claims an 1867 invention by carriage maker James Birch, and exhibits a Birch X in its museum.[14] Japan historian Seidensticker wrote of the theories: Though the origins of the X are not entirely clear, they seem to be Japanese, and of Tokyo specifically. The most widely accepted theory offers the name of three inventors, and gives 1869 as the date of invention.[3] Question 18
  38. 38. Question 18 The rickshaw
  39. 39. Question 19 • In Britain, until relatively recently, a wooden coffin was a post-mortem luxury that was far too expensive for many people. In fact, only the relatively well-to-do could afford coffins in which to bury the remains of their departed loved ones. That meant that the corpses of poor people—and there were a lot of those—had to go coffinless, so instead of boxing their dead, the poor shrouded bodies for burial by wrapping them in a winding sheet—a white cloth that bound and covered the corpse, head to toe. These are known as burial shrouds. • This is believed to have given rise to a popular cultural depiction of which creature?
  40. 40. Question 19 • Ghosts in white sheets
  41. 41. Question 20 The Forest of Tronçais is a 2600 acre forest in the Allier, managed by the National Forests Office of France.[3] It is constituted mainly of oaks, commissioned to be planted by Louis XIV's minister Jean-Baptiste Colbert to supply the future needs of the French Navy for the masts of their ships in 1670. Thinking Historically, can you point out why this project that seemingly showed good forethought and planning was a failure?
  42. 42. Question 20 It was a failure as by the time the forest matured, the French navy was rapidly shifting from sailboats to steamships
  43. 43. Question 21 Put Funda
  44. 44. Question 21 This is the 404 error page of the website of the government of New Zealand
  45. 45. Q22
  46. 46. Q22
  47. 47. This picture, titled “The Madness of Mission 6” is a fan theory for what? Question 23
  48. 48. PacMan • In 1976, Cosmonaut Nikolai Peckmann was sent alone to an orbiting space station for what would be called Mission Six- to study the radiation levels and strange circumstances that killed all four crewmen of the last research mission. • By the third day, Peckmann’s broken transmissions were coming back to ground control filled with increasing paranoia and delusion. He claimed that the spirits of the dead cosmonauts were coming to claim him, and that he had to keep moving to evade them. He shouted that if he could capture consume these spirits himself while he still had strength, he could move to the next level of consciousness…Truly the rantings of an insane man. • Indeed, video recovered later would show Peckmann running around the confined but maze-like station, downing emergency sedatives like a madman….pausing in a corner momentarily, only to throw back vitamin pills and give chase to his invisible demons. • He had exhausted the entire cargo of vitamins, pills, and fresh fruit well ahead of schedule. There was no way another crew could be assembled to rescue him before he starved. After one rather violently garbled transmission, the static cleared and the last live image on record is that of Peckmann’s empty, wilted spacesuit on the cabin floor. • It was determined that another mission to recover any remains or gather any more research would be a waste of the people’s money, and the station was allowed to drift out of orbit and into space- a failure never to be mentioned again. It was ordered and assumed that all video and paper evidence had been destroyed. • ..then, at the dawn of the eighties, a fledgling arcade game company called NAMCO would stumble across the transcripts of these events, and the rest -as they say- is history. Question 23
  49. 49. Question 24 • According to ESPN, Paris Olympic bid committee co-president Tony Estanguet will present the proposal to bring X to the 2024 Olympics to the International Olympic Committee meeting in Peru next month, hoping to bridge interest in the Olympics for younger generations. • The global X market generated US$325 million of revenue in 2015 and is expected to make $493 million in 2016 • ID X
  50. 50. Question 24 • X = Esports
  51. 51. ID Question 25
  52. 52. Question 25 The very first bitcoin block was mined 9 years ago on January 3rd
  53. 53. • ID the video, put funda (What is it?) Question 26
  54. 54. Question 26 • This is a 3D reimagination of Futurama
  55. 55. Question 27 • Lots of Trouble, Usually Serious • Feeble Italian Attempt at Transportation • Too Often Yankees Overprice This Auto • Swedish Automobile - Always Broken • Retarded Engine, No Acceleration, Ugly Lump of Trash • Proof Only Rich Suckers Can Have Everything • Very Odd Looking Vehicular Object • Allows Users’ Driving Idiocy Put Funda
  56. 56. Question 27 These are all car company names
  57. 57. Question 28 • YouTube celebrity X who a famous vlogger came under heavy fire (very) recently for the contents of a video shot in the Aokigahara Forest in Japan which is part of a group Y. • Other members of Y include The Golden Gate Bridge, The Gap Peninsula in Australia, The Nanjing-Yangtze river bridge and Niagara falla. • The video was uploaded on 31st December and had over six million views before it was taken down. • Why did it stir such controversy? • ID X
  58. 58. Question 28 Logan Paul, controversy explained
  59. 59. Question 29 • The UK Dyslexia association is located in _______, Berkshire which is unfortunately ironic. • FITB
  60. 60. Question 29 Reading, UK
  61. 61. Question 30 • The X effect is the phenomenon whereby an attempt to hide, remove, or censor a piece of information has the unintended consequence of publicizing the information more widely, usually facilitated by the Internet. It is an example of psychological reactance, wherein once people are aware that some information is being kept from them, their motivation to access and spread it is increased. • It is named after an American Actress, whose 2003 attempt to suppress photographs of her residence in Malibu, California, inadvertently drew further public attention to it. • ID X
  62. 62. Question 30 • The Streisand Effect • The term alluded to Barbra Streisand, who had sued photographer Kenneth Adelman and Pictopia.com for violation of privacy.[6] The US$50 million lawsuit endeavored to remove an aerial photograph of Streisand's mansion from the publicly available collection of 12,000 California coastline photographs. Adelman photographed the beachfront property to document coastal erosion as part of the California Coastal Records Project, which was intended to influence government policymakers. Before Streisand filed her lawsuit, "Image 3850" had been downloaded from Adelman's website only six times; two of those downloads were by Streisand's attorneys. As a result of the case, public knowledge of the picture increased exponentially; more than 420,000 people visited the site over the following month. The lawsuit was dismissed and Streisand was ordered to pay Adelman's legal fees, which amounted to $155,567.
  63. 63. Question 31 • The melting point of X is within the range of 1425- 1540° C,[26] well outside the temperatures recorded at ______ ____ , The combustion temperature of Y is only around 980° C. What conspiracy theorists fail to note is that X thermally expands while it remains strong and thus fire rapidly destroys uninsulated X structures, and X begins to lose its structural integrity at well below its melting point, or 700-820° C, well within temperatures recorded at ______ _____. • What conspiracy theory is this attempting to debunk?
  64. 64. Question 31 Jet fuel can’t melt steel beams
  65. 65. Question 32 • Initially founded as the Galvin Manufacturing company, this tech giant got its current name in 1930 when they started marketing Car Radios • The company’s name XY got X from the phrase Xcar and Y which was a popular way of ending company names at the time. • Coincidentally Y is the name of a modern Indian company which is also closely linked with cars. • ID X&Y
  66. 66. Question 32 X = Motor Y = Ola XY = Motorola
  67. 67. Question 33 What is being explained?
  68. 68. Question 33
  69. 69. Question 34 • Apart from Neeru Deshpande, few names like Sudha Murthy and Gunjan Gundaniya too were said to be X. However, amongst the three, Deshpande became insanely popular as a regional newspaper carried her picture with a short write up that claimed that she belonged to Nagpur. • “You must have read the stories that X is actually Niru Deshpande and she’s 60 now, but that’s not true! The Illustration [sic] was made way back in 1960 by Everest Creatives.” • The above statement was made debunking this popular hoax • ID X
  70. 70. Question 34 The Parle G girl
  71. 71. Question 35 • X is the reason the farthest Back you can go on a digital calendar is 1st January 1970 • An error related to X caused iPhones to crash if the date was set to 1.1.1970 a few years back. • The error opposite to what caused the iPhone crash has predicted a worldwide computer problem called the 2034 problem • ID X/ Put Funda
  72. 72. Question 35 Unix Epoch time
  73. 73. Question 36 • X, a Nobel Peace prize Nominee most likely to win the award that year was assassinated two days before the closing date for that year's Nobel Peace Prize nominations. X had been nominated before in 1937, 1938, 1939 and 1947. • Nobody had ever been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize posthumously. But according to the statutes of the Nobel Foundation in force at that time, the Nobel Prizes could, under certain circumstances, be awarded posthumously. Thus it was possible to give X the prize. However, X did not belong to an organisation, he left no property behind and no will; who should receive the Prize money? The Director of the Norwegian Nobel Institute, August Schou, asked another of the Committee's advisers, lawyer Ole Torleif Røed, to consider the practical consequences if the Committee were to award the Prize posthumously. Røed suggested a number of possible solutions for general application. Subsequently, he asked the Swedish prize-awarding institutions for their opinion. The answers were negative; posthumous awards, they thought, should not take place unless the laureate died after the Committee's decision had been made. • The Norwegian Nobel Committee decided to make no award that year on the grounds that "there was no suitable living candidate". • ID X
  74. 74. Question 36 X = Mahatma Gandhi
  75. 75. Question 37 • The Tale of Two Lovers (Latin: Historia de duobus amantibus) written in 1444 was one of the bestselling books of the fifteenth century, even before its author, Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini, became X. It is one of the earliest examples of an epistolary novel, full of erotic imagery. The first printed edition was published by Ulrich Zell in Cologne between 1467 and 1470. • The novel is set in Siena, Italy and centres around the love story of Lucretia, a married woman, and Euryalus, one of the men waiting on the Duke of Austria. After an uncertain beginning, in which each is in love but unaware that it is reciprocated, they begin a correspondence, which takes up much of the rest of the novel. Before writing his first love- letter, Euryalus quotes Virgil in defence of his position, Amor vincit omnia et nos cedamus amori (translated: "Love conquers all; let us all yield to love!").[1] • The fact that the author went on to hold the title of X makes this a very controversial and interesting document, considering its contents. • ID X
  76. 76. Question 37 • Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini later became Pope Pius II
  77. 77. Question 38 • The ___ Rule • In real estate, the ___ Rule is a thumb rule that states that a home owner must charge at least ___ of the mortgage on a house as rent to maintain positive cash flow • In economics, as a result of the Winner take all effect in individual competitions leading to a “winner take most” effect over all, the ___ rule states that over time the majority of the rewards in a given field will accumulate to the people, teams, and organizations that maintain a ___ advantage over the alternatives. • The most popular variant of this rule states that in Internet Forums, only ___ of the users create content.
  78. 78. Question 38 The 1% rule
  79. 79. Question 39 • X is widely considered to be the wealthiest of his kind. • “X started out in business when he was “just a wee nipper,” polishing boots on the streets of his native Glasgow; today he owns some of the world’s largest mining concerns.”- Forbes • Forbes magazine has occasionally tried to estimate X's wealth in real terms; in 2007, the magazine estimated his wealth at $28.8 billion;[14] in 2011, it rose to $44.1 billion due to the rise in gold prices.[15] The Youtube Channel Game Theory used the size of X's Money Bin as a basis and calculated that it could contain over $300 trillion. • ID X "No man is poor who can do what he likes to do once in a while! And I like to dive around in my money like a porpoise! And burrow through it like a gopher! And toss it up and let it hit me on the head!"
  80. 80. Question 39 • Scrooge McDuck
  81. 81. Question 40 • Following the tremendous success of ____ __ ___ _____, the New Zealand government created the position of Minister for X; its remit was to exploit all the economic opportunities X represented and to use X to raise the countries profile. • The NZ press named the post Minister __ ___ _____, and the catchy name stuck. • This position is unique to New Zealand and is quite surprising. • FITB
  82. 82. Question 40 • The Lord of the Rings
  83. 83. Question 41 June 4th in China is known as Internet Maintenance Day, due to crackdown and heavy censoring that occurs of certain search terms, some of which are listed below. In the days leading up to and after this date, many Western news sites are unavailable, and Chinese search engines such as Weibo censor certain terms, some of which are given below. Explain the significance of June 4th. • JUNE 4 • 坦克: tank • liu四: phonetic for 6-4 • 六四: 6-4 • 学潮: campus upheaval • ⅥⅣ: Roman numerals for 6-4 • IIXVIIIIX: Roman numbers for 1-9-8-9 • Jun 4th • 陆肆: sounds like “liu si,” homophone for June 4 • 五月三十五: May 35, aka June 4 • 瓶反鹿死: Redress June Fourth • six四: 6-4 • six four • 王维林: Wang Weilin • 春夏之交: Between spring and summer
  84. 84. Question 41 June 4th is the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protests in Beijing
  85. 85. Question 42 The Farkhor Air Base in southwestern Tajikistan is jointly operated by two countries, Tajikistan and X. The base is located near the Tajikistan-Afghanistan border, and gives X “the required depth and range in seeking a larger role and to project its power in Central Asia”. Identify X.
  86. 86. Question 42 X = India
  87. 87. Question 43 The blanked out part is the same for all the entries in the following pictures. The pictures are an exhaustive list of all known occurrences of X. ID X.
  88. 88. Question 43 Treaty of Paris
  89. 89. Question 44 • The discovery of X in 1781 was a landmark event, but surprisingly the debate over its naming was not settled until nearly 70 years later. The name suggested by its discoverer, Georgium Sidus, in honor of the British monarch George the III, was met with stiff resistance outside of England, for being too English-centric. the French suggested the name Herschel, but it was a suggestion “X” from the Germans which became the most popular one. In 1789 an element was named in support of the name X. The name was finally accepted in 1850. ID X.
  90. 90. Question 44 The naming of the 7th planet, Uranus
  91. 91. Question 45 The following comic was the 100th release of xkcd. What is it a reference to?
  92. 92. Question 45 Family Circus
  93. 93. Question 46 Where would you expect to find the following and what is special about this group? Viridian City Pewter City Cerulean City Vermilion City Lavender Town Celadon City Fuchsia City Saffron City Cinnabar City Indigo Plateau Pallet Town
  94. 94. Question 46
  95. 95. Question 47 The bison population in Europe has an interesting genetic mystery. Until 11,000 years ago, the dominant species was the steppe bison, when they suddenly disappeared and were completely replaced by the European bison, a species that is more closely related to cows. In 2016, the answer was found – it seems that cows and steppe bison had created a hybrid species. What did the researchers fondly call this “missing link” in bison ancestry, in reference to a recent landmark scientific discovery?
  96. 96. Question 47 The Higgs Bison
  97. 97. Question 48 • The work done at this research lab has been received 8 Nobel prizes. • Following is a list with the timeline of ownership of the lab • _____ (1925-96) • Western Electric(1925-83) • Lucent(1996-2006) • Alcatel-Lucent(2006-2016) • Nokia(2016-present) Identify this lab.
  98. 98. Question 48 Bell Labs
  99. 99. Question 49 • The game of badminton was initially called X, named for the town in which it was invented by British expatriate officers in 1873. The British built a large military cantonment in this city when they arrived, and X is still an important military location today. Identify X.
  100. 100. Question 49 Poonah/ Pune
  101. 101. Question 50 Identify the common thing about this group? KLM, Quantas, Avianca, Egypt Air, Delta Airlines
  102. 102. Question 50 These are the 5 oldest functioning airlines in the world (gice dates)
  103. 103. Question 51 • Only one state in India has an official stage flag, given above. The flag originated during protests in ________ in 1931, when the blood stained shirt of one of the victims was hoisted by the crowd. • The color red now represents the workers and laborers, the white plough symbolizes peasants, and the three white stripes represent the three regions of this state. ID the state.
  104. 104. Question 52 Jammu and Kashmir is the only state in India to officially have a flag
  105. 105. Question 53 • Explain the funda. Bonus points if you give the exact name.
  106. 106. Question 53 This is the lion on the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer logo, named Leo the Lion
  107. 107. A BADLY MADE CONNECT ROUND Plis don’t kill us for dis Rules: The score counter is indicated on each slide
  108. 108. P = Q • P is the country with the largest Muslim population in the world. • Q is a country that hosts one of the most important F1 Grand Prix events and shares its name with a popular biscuit brand. +4 Question +60/-40 GC
  109. 109. P = Q P = Indonesia Q = Monaco +4 Question +55/-40 GC
  110. 110. R = -S • “The United Kingdom of Great Britain and ______ R” is the full and official name of the UK • S is an African country that officially only recognizes its name when written/said in French, not English +4 Question +50/-30 GC
  111. 111. R = -S R = Ireland S = Cote d’Ivore/ Ivory Coast +4 Question +45/-30 GC
  112. 112. T = U • T’s capital city is famous for its canals and red light district • The following is a list of all countries in Europe that starts with U • Latvia • Lithuania • U • Liechtenstein +4 Question +40/-20 GC
  113. 113. T = U T = the Netherlands U = Luxembourg +4 Question +35/-20 GC
  114. 114. V = -W • V is the country where the country where the count believed to have inspired Dracula resided and his castle in Bran, Transylvania is in this country • Which of the following is a country? [W] a) Not this one b) Not this one either c) Chad d) You missed it go back to c) +4 Question +30/-10 GC
  115. 115. V = -W V = Romania W = Chad (Congratulations!) +4 Question +25/-10 GC
  116. 116. X = 5*Y • X is the country where Alibaba.com has its headquarters • Y = FITB +4 Question +20/-0 GC
  117. 117. X = 5*Y X = China Y = Vietnam +4 Question +15/-0 GC
  118. 118. Grand Connect Answer:
  119. 119. Indonesia = Monaco
  120. 120. Ireland = -Cote d’Ivore
  121. 121. Netherlands = Luxembourg
  122. 122. Romania = Chad
  123. 123. China = 5*Vietnam

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