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  1. #1
    Puester Guest

    Default Annual weather rant

    It's April 10. Spring flowers are in bloom. The lupine,
    iris and day lilies are about 6 inches tall.

    The flowering and fruit trees are in bloom (You can see
    where this is going, can't you?) including our two mature
    apricot trees. Leaves are emerging from buds on shade trees.

    We had many days in the low 70's in March.

    Today it is 30 degrees and SNOWING, with 6-8 inches forecast.

    Here we go, another year w/o home-grown apricots.

    I can't decide if it's fools not learning from former errors
    or hope springing eternal, but over the weekend we planted
    two cherry trees and another apricot (we hope it's a
    later-blooming one.)

    ;-(
    gloria p

  2. #2
    Michael \Dog3\ Guest

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    Puester <[email protected]> dropped this news:JduLj.167159
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    > It's April 10. Spring flowers are in bloom. The lupine,
    > iris and day lilies are about 6 inches tall.
    >
    > The flowering and fruit trees are in bloom (You can see
    > where this is going, can't you?) including our two mature
    > apricot trees. Leaves are emerging from buds on shade trees.
    >
    > We had many days in the low 70's in March.
    >
    > Today it is 30 degrees and SNOWING, with 6-8 inches forecast.
    >
    > Here we go, another year w/o home-grown apricots.
    >
    > I can't decide if it's fools not learning from former errors
    > or hope springing eternal, but over the weekend we planted
    > two cherry trees and another apricot (we hope it's a
    > later-blooming one.)
    >
    > ;-(
    > gloria p


    I don't have an ounce of pity for you. We haven't come close to 70
    degrees and we're getting yet another full day of rain. I've now got 64
    plants in my garage which I've ordered from different nurseries and they
    have already been delivered. I can't plant them. The ground is so wet I
    need hip boots to take the dog out for her walks. The feral cat rarely
    leaves the garage.

    If all else fails, I've got to buy 64 peat pots in various sizes to at
    least get some of these plants into some fresh soil. I'm not a happy
    camper.

    Michael


    --
    "I'd like to be in Hell in time for dinner"
    -Edward H. Ruloff

    To email - michael at lonergan dot us dot com

  3. #3
    George Shirley Guest

    Default Re: Annual weather rant

    Puester wrote:
    > It's April 10. Spring flowers are in bloom. The lupine, iris and day
    > lilies are about 6 inches tall.
    >
    > The flowering and fruit trees are in bloom (You can see where this is
    > going, can't you?) including our two mature apricot trees. Leaves are
    > emerging from buds on shade trees.
    >
    > We had many days in the low 70's in March.
    >
    > Today it is 30 degrees and SNOWING, with 6-8 inches forecast.
    >
    > Here we go, another year w/o home-grown apricots.
    >
    > I can't decide if it's fools not learning from former errors or hope
    > springing eternal, but over the weekend we planted two cherry trees and
    > another apricot (we hope it's a later-blooming one.)
    >
    > ;-(
    > gloria p

    Yeah, yeah, yeah. I had to turn the air conditioning on yesterday.
    Inside temperatures rose to 81F in the late afternoon and it was 85F
    outside. Today the unit hasn't run at all, overcast with a stiff wind
    blowing. Here in SW Louisiana you don't like the weather, wait five
    minutes and it will change.

    OB: Took SIL to Richard's (Reechard's) cafe for lunch. He had the
    catfish platter, I had crawfish etouffee on white rice with a small bowl
    of potato salad and another of nice slaw.

    George

  4. #4
    merryb Guest

    Default Re: Annual weather rant

    On Apr 10, 12:52*pm, Puester <pues...@worldnet.att.net> wrote:
    > It's April 10. *Spring flowers are in bloom. *The lupine,
    > iris and day lilies are about 6 inches tall.
    >
    > The flowering and fruit trees are in bloom (You can see
    > where this is going, can't you?) including our two mature
    > apricot trees. *Leaves are emerging from buds on shade trees.
    >
    > We had many days in the low 70's in March.
    >
    > Today it is 30 degrees and SNOWING, with 6-8 inches forecast.
    >
    > Here we go, another year w/o home-grown apricots.
    >
    > I can't decide if it's fools not learning from former errors
    > or hope springing eternal, but over the weekend we planted
    > two cherry trees and another apricot (we hope it's a
    > later-blooming one.)
    >
    > ;-(
    > gloria p


    Here, in the Pacific NW, we are looking at 70ish on Saturday. That
    will be the nicest weather here this year so far! I can't wait, but
    there's still plenty of time for the forecast to change!!

  5. #5
    Gregory Morrow Guest

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    "Michael \"Dog3\" wrote:

    > Puester <pues...@worldnet.att.net> dropped this news:JduLj.167159
    > $cQ1.158...@bgtnsc04-news.ops.worldnet.att.net: in rec.food.cooking
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > It's April 10. *Spring flowers are in bloom. *The lupine,
    > > iris and day lilies are about 6 inches tall.

    >
    > > The flowering and fruit trees are in bloom (You can see
    > > where this is going, can't you?) including our two mature
    > > apricot trees. *Leaves are emerging from buds on shade trees.

    >
    > > We had many days in the low 70's in March.

    >
    > > Today it is 30 degrees and SNOWING, with 6-8 inches forecast.

    >
    > > Here we go, another year w/o home-grown apricots.

    >
    > > I can't decide if it's fools not learning from former errors
    > > or hope springing eternal, but over the weekend we planted
    > > two cherry trees and another apricot (we hope it's a
    > > later-blooming one.)

    >
    > > ;-(
    > > gloria p

    >
    > I don't have an ounce of pity for you. We haven't come close to 70
    > degrees and we're getting yet another full day of rain. *I've now got 64
    > plants in my garage which I've ordered from different nurseries and they
    > have already been delivered. I can't plant them. *The ground is so wet I
    > need hip boots to take the dog out for her walks. *The feral cat rarely
    > leaves the garage.
    >
    > If all else fails, I've got to buy 64 peat pots in various sizes to at
    > least get some of these plants into some fresh soil. *I'm not a happy
    > camper.



    Hey, I dig ya...it's currently about 40 degrees here in Chicawgo and
    storming.

    Usually by this time there is a *tiny* bit of green starting to show
    on the trees and the grass, but everything is still Rust Belt mid -
    winter UGLI. I've seen a very few tulips and such but they are in
    POTS so that they can be brought inside during cold nights...

    We are having our first "summer" cookout this Saturday, the forecast
    is highs in the low 40's, rain and SNOW flurries [it's for a bunch of
    birthdays, so really can't be postponed]. It will be fun huddled
    around the grill cooking, lol. This weekend I'm making bean soup in
    the crockpot, usually by this time I'm thinking of lighter fare...

    Michael, I hope all your fuzzy pets are doing okay and that you get
    yer gardening done EVENTUALLY...maybe just build a big "bio - dome"
    for all that new nursery stock...don't forget the tilapia for the
    pond, lol.

    Don't forget, this is a drag for the farmers, too. They are ready to
    start getting their crops in and it's still KRUMMY weather. Hope this
    cold wet spring doesn't lead eventually to higher food prices...


    --
    Best
    Greg



  6. #6
    Cindi - HappyMamatoThree Guest

    Default Re: Annual weather rant


    "Puester" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:JduLj.167159$[email protected]..
    > It's April 10. Spring flowers are in bloom. The lupine, iris and day
    > lilies are about 6 inches tall.
    >
    > The flowering and fruit trees are in bloom (You can see where this is
    > going, can't you?) including our two mature apricot trees. Leaves are
    > emerging from buds on shade trees.


    We are still enjoying the 70s weather with a nice breeze blowing. The
    flowers around the trellis are exploding with blooms this year. I have no
    clue what they are since they were planted by the owners before us but they
    are very pretty.

    Our garden is all in the ground, we did that last weekend. One of our tomato
    plants has decided to bloom already. We haven't really had much of a winter
    this year (though winter here means rainy season with 30s and 40s weather).
    Our apricots are already in fruit. The pomegranate tree is in bloom too. I
    guess there are things to be said about living in this part of California.

    I do hope that your apricots don't all take a header with the new snow. I
    could always over you some of ours if I can steal them from the birds, but
    they probably wouldn't handled being shipped very well.


    Cindi

    >
    > We had many days in the low 70's in March.
    >
    > Today it is 30 degrees and SNOWING, with 6-8 inches forecast.
    >
    > Here we go, another year w/o home-grown apricots.
    >
    > I can't decide if it's fools not learning from former errors or hope
    > springing eternal, but over the weekend we planted two cherry trees and
    > another apricot (we hope it's a later-blooming one.)
    >
    > ;-(
    > gloria p




  7. #7
    Melba's Jammin' Guest

    Default Re: Annual weather rant

    In article
    <JduLj.167159$[email protected]>,
    Puester <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I can't decide if it's fools not learning from former errors
    > or hope springing eternal, but over the weekend we planted
    > two cherry trees and another apricot (we hope it's a
    > later-blooming one.)
    >
    > ;-(
    > gloria p


    My money's on the former. "-) Did you plant dwarf trees? They'll be
    easier to put netting over to keep the birds out of the cherries.

    I cry for sympathetic pain. White **** (meteorological terminology)
    here too comes. Ptooey! Ptooey! Ptooeyphooey!

    --
    -Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJ
    http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/amytaylor
    She's had good news! Hurrah!

  8. #8
    Puester Guest

    Default Re: Annual weather rant

    Michael "Dog3" wrote:
    > Puester <[email protected]> dropped this news:JduLj.167159
    > $[email protected]: in rec.food.cooking


    >>
    >> Today it is 30 degrees and SNOWING, with 6-8 inches forecast.
    >>

    >
    > I don't have an ounce of pity for you.


    That's pretty harsh, Michael!

    > We haven't come close to 70
    > degrees and we're getting yet another full day of rain.


    Hey, it's not MY fault! We don't even think about planting
    annuals
    here until at least June 1, and even then we keep our
    fingers crossed for
    about two weeks.

    gp

  9. #9
    Puester Guest

    Default Re: Annual weather rant

    Gregory Morrow wrote:

    >
    > Don't forget, this is a drag for the farmers, too. They are ready to
    > start getting their crops in and it's still KRUMMY weather. Hope this
    > cold wet spring doesn't lead eventually to higher food prices...
    >
    >



    If it's not weather causing inflation, it will be something
    else:


    http://tinyurl.com/3m9sdl

    gp

  10. #10
    Gregory Morrow Guest

    Default Re: Annual weather rant

    Puester wrote:

    > Gregory Morrow wrote:
    >
    > > Don't forget, this is a drag for the farmers, too. *They are ready to
    > > start getting their crops in and it's still KRUMMY weather. *Hope this
    > > cold wet spring doesn't lead eventually to higher food prices...

    >
    > If it's not weather causing inflation, it will be something
    > else:
    >
    > http://tinyurl.com/3m9sdl




    Interesting, Gloria, thanks. What will Walmart do...???

    I grabbed this from another newsgroup. And the ABC evening nooze
    tonight had a feature on "food inflation", e.g. rice up 147% in the
    past year, dairy up 80%, etc. Poor people are rioting in Africa,
    India, etc. And I'm surprised food here in the wealthy countries is
    not a LOT higher:



    "April 9 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. vowed to supply the Philippines with
    as much
    rice as the world's biggest buyer of the cereal needs after some of
    the
    largest exporters cut sales to safeguard domestic stockpiles.

    Rice, the staple food for half the world, has doubled in price in the
    past
    year as China, Egypt, Vietnam and India, representing more than a
    third of
    global shipments, reduced sales to secure domestic supplies. The price
    of
    the cereal in Chicago rose 1.7 percent today to $20.825 per 100
    pounds,
    below the record $21.60 per 100 pounds yesterday.

    The Philippines is tightening controls over domestic sales and
    boosting
    overseas purchases to curb price rises and avoid the kind of unrest
    experienced by some African countries. The government plans to buy
    more rice
    at tenders in April and May.

    U.S. rice exports, the third largest behind those of Thailand and
    Vietnam,
    were forecast to jump 22 percent to 3.58 million tons in the year
    ended July
    31, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said March 11."

    </>









  11. #11
    George Shirley Guest

    Default Costs of food, was: Re: Annual weather rant

    Gregory Morrow wrote:
    > Puester wrote:
    >
    >> Gregory Morrow wrote:
    >>
    >>> Don't forget, this is a drag for the farmers, too. They are ready to
    >>> start getting their crops in and it's still KRUMMY weather. Hope this
    >>> cold wet spring doesn't lead eventually to higher food prices...

    >> If it's not weather causing inflation, it will be something
    >> else:
    >>
    >> http://tinyurl.com/3m9sdl

    >
    >
    >
    > Interesting, Gloria, thanks. What will Walmart do...???
    >
    > I grabbed this from another newsgroup. And the ABC evening nooze
    > tonight had a feature on "food inflation", e.g. rice up 147% in the
    > past year, dairy up 80%, etc. Poor people are rioting in Africa,
    > India, etc. And I'm surprised food here in the wealthy countries is
    > not a LOT higher:
    >
    >
    >
    > "April 9 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. vowed to supply the Philippines with
    > as much
    > rice as the world's biggest buyer of the cereal needs after some of
    > the
    > largest exporters cut sales to safeguard domestic stockpiles.
    >
    > Rice, the staple food for half the world, has doubled in price in the
    > past
    > year as China, Egypt, Vietnam and India, representing more than a
    > third of
    > global shipments, reduced sales to secure domestic supplies. The price
    > of
    > the cereal in Chicago rose 1.7 percent today to $20.825 per 100
    > pounds,
    > below the record $21.60 per 100 pounds yesterday.
    >
    > The Philippines is tightening controls over domestic sales and
    > boosting
    > overseas purchases to curb price rises and avoid the kind of unrest
    > experienced by some African countries. The government plans to buy
    > more rice
    > at tenders in April and May.
    >
    > U.S. rice exports, the third largest behind those of Thailand and
    > Vietnam,
    > were forecast to jump 22 percent to 3.58 million tons in the year
    > ended July
    > 31, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said March 11."
    >
    > </>

    I live in rice growing country and have watched the acreage planted in
    rice go down by about 75% since the mid-sixties. Government controls on
    "allotments", control of acreage, price controls, etc pretty much doomed
    the rice industry in Texas and Louisiana. It became more attractive for
    the farmer to raise soybeans, sugar cane, and even crawfish.

    Sugar cane went down for a long time due to other nations subsidizing
    their cane crops and put ours out of business for many years. Cane has
    made somewhat of a comeback but not as much as previously.

    We're going to see the same thing with corn (maize) due to push/rush to
    make ethanol for automotive purposes. You're doing to see basic prices
    going up over the next ten years but we're still subsidizing many
    farmers, particularly dairy with our tax dollars.

    Don't buy gold as an inflation hedge, buy food.

    George

  12. #12
    The Ranger Guest

    Default Re: Annual weather rant

    On Apr 10, 12:52 pm, Puester <pues...@worldnet.att.net> wrote:
    > It's April 10. Spring flowers are in bloom. The lupine,
    > iris and day lilies are about 6 inches tall.
    >
    > The flowering and fruit trees are in bloom (You can see
    > where this is going, can't you?) including our two mature
    > apricot trees. Leaves are emerging from buds on shade trees.
    >
    > We had many days in the low 70's in March.
    >
    > Today it is 30 degrees and SNOWING, with 6-8 inches forecast.
    >
    > Here we go, another year w/o home-grown apricots.
    >
    > I can't decide if it's fools not learning from former errors
    > or hope springing eternal, but over the weekend we planted
    > two cherry trees and another apricot (we hope it's a
    > later-blooming one.)


    Alas, dear lady, I cry for you and the loss of futures on those early-
    blooming trees.

    Know, though, that the 70F temperatures (forecast well into the 80s
    for the weekend, and beautifully boring sunny skies) make me realize
    every day in every way why I live where I do.

    The Ranger

  13. #13
    Leonard Blaisdell Guest

    Default Re: Annual weather rant

    In article
    <JduLj.167159$[email protected]>,
    Puester <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Here we go, another year w/o home-grown apricots.


    Our neighbor (if someone is there, the home was recently foreclosed) has
    an enormous apricot tree that overhangs about a quarter circle above my
    backyard. Bird pecked apricots rain down when my best friend, Late
    Frost, doesn't appear to help me out. I think BF helped me this year,
    but time will tell. I carry a couple hundred pounds of apricots to the
    trash about once every five years. Finding one without a hole in it is a
    losing proposition. And I like apricots.

    leo

  14. #14
    Puester Guest

    Default Re: Annual weather rant

    Leonard Blaisdell wrote:
    > In article
    > <JduLj.167159$[email protected]>,
    > Puester <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Here we go, another year w/o home-grown apricots.

    >
    > Our neighbor (if someone is there, the home was recently foreclosed) has
    > an enormous apricot tree that overhangs about a quarter circle above my
    > backyard. Bird pecked apricots rain down when my best friend, Late
    > Frost, doesn't appear to help me out. I think BF helped me this year,
    > but time will tell. I carry a couple hundred pounds of apricots to the
    > trash about once every five years. Finding one without a hole in it is a
    > losing proposition. And I like apricots.
    >
    > leo



    You need to drape a heavily fruited branch with netting or
    even chicken
    wire to keep the birds out.

    The two or three years (in 24) when we have had a crop we
    get enough so we
    didn't mind sharing with the animals. Squirrels are much
    more attracted to
    our fruit than the birds are. The squirrels would run up the
    trunk, pick an apricot,
    then run down and over to a tall Ponderosa pine, run up the
    pine eat, and drop the
    pit before starting over. By the time the fruit was gone
    there was quite a pile of
    apricot pits under the pine tree.

    The birds tend to prefer the grapes or tomatoes.

    gloria p

  15. #15
    Golden One Guest

    Default Re: Annual weather rant

    On Apr 11, 3:52*am, Puester <pues...@worldnet.att.net> wrote:
    > It's April 10. *Spring flowers are in bloom. *The lupine,
    > iris and day lilies are about 6 inches tall.
    >
    > The flowering and fruit trees are in bloom (You can see
    > where this is going, can't you?) including our two mature
    > apricot trees. *Leaves are emerging from buds on shade trees.
    >
    > We had many days in the low 70's in March.
    >
    > Today it is 30 degrees and SNOWING, with 6-8 inches forecast.


    Eek, that's about 1C, I don't want to leave home on the very rare
    occasions that we get a morning where the temp gets that low.

    Here downunder (latitude 31 degrees 58 minutes South) we are in the
    second month of Autumn and the temperature today is 25C (77F). The
    forecast for the weekend is 30 - 32C (86 - 89F).

    JB

    >
    > Here we go, another year w/o home-grown apricots.
    >
    > I can't decide if it's fools not learning from former errors
    > or hope springing eternal, but over the weekend we planted
    > two cherry trees and another apricot (we hope it's a
    > later-blooming one.)
    >
    > ;-(
    > gloria p



  16. #16
    ravenlynne Guest

    Default Re: Annual weather rant

    Michael "Dog3" wrote:
    > Puester <[email protected]> dropped this news:JduLj.167159
    > $[email protected]: in rec.food.cooking
    >
    >> It's April 10. Spring flowers are in bloom. The lupine,
    >> iris and day lilies are about 6 inches tall.
    >>
    >> The flowering and fruit trees are in bloom (You can see
    >> where this is going, can't you?) including our two mature
    >> apricot trees. Leaves are emerging from buds on shade trees.
    >>
    >> We had many days in the low 70's in March.
    >>
    >> Today it is 30 degrees and SNOWING, with 6-8 inches forecast.
    >>
    >> Here we go, another year w/o home-grown apricots.
    >>
    >> I can't decide if it's fools not learning from former errors
    >> or hope springing eternal, but over the weekend we planted
    >> two cherry trees and another apricot (we hope it's a
    >> later-blooming one.)
    >>
    >> ;-(
    >> gloria p

    >
    > I don't have an ounce of pity for you. We haven't come close to 70
    > degrees and we're getting yet another full day of rain. I've now got 64
    > plants in my garage which I've ordered from different nurseries and they
    > have already been delivered. I can't plant them. The ground is so wet I
    > need hip boots to take the dog out for her walks. The feral cat rarely
    > leaves the garage.
    >
    > If all else fails, I've got to buy 64 peat pots in various sizes to at
    > least get some of these plants into some fresh soil. I'm not a happy
    > camper.
    >
    > Michael
    >
    >


    <BEG> It's 78 and party cloudy here in Naples </BEG>

  17. #17
    Mike..... Guest

    Default Re: Costs of food, was: Re: Annual weather rant

    Following up to George Shirley

    > We're going to see the same thing with corn (maize) due to push/rush to
    > make ethanol for automotive purposes. You're doing to see basic prices
    > going up over the next ten years but we're still subsidizing many
    > farmers, particularly dairy with our tax dollars.
    >
    > Don't buy gold as an inflation hedge, buy food.


    and its going to keep going up as demand for a "western" diet increases,
    forget the days of food surpluses. One day people will realise population
    has to be stabilised.
    --
    "Mike....."(not "Mike")
    remove clothing to email

  18. #18
    Melba's Jammin' Guest

    Default Re: Annual weather rant

    In article
    <[email protected] >,
    Leonard Blaisdell <[email protected]> wrote:

    > In article
    > <JduLj.167159$[email protected]>,
    > Puester <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > > Here we go, another year w/o home-grown apricots.

    >
    > Our neighbor (if someone is there, the home was recently foreclosed) has
    > an enormous apricot tree that overhangs about a quarter circle above my
    > backyard. Bird pecked apricots rain down when my best friend, Late
    > Frost, doesn't appear to help me out. I think BF helped me this year,
    > but time will tell. I carry a couple hundred pounds of apricots to the
    > trash about once every five years. Finding one without a hole in it is a
    > losing proposition. And I like apricots.
    >
    > leo


    Well, there's bird-pecked apricots and there's spoiled and inedible
    apricots. Which do you have, Leo?

    --
    -Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJ
    http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/amytaylor
    She's had good news! Hurrah!

  19. #19
    Zeppo Guest

    Default Re: Annual weather rant


    "Puester" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:JduLj.167159$[email protected]..
    > It's April 10. Spring flowers are in bloom. The lupine, iris and day
    > lilies are about 6 inches tall.
    >
    > The flowering and fruit trees are in bloom (You can see where this is
    > going, can't you?) including our two mature apricot trees. Leaves are
    > emerging from buds on shade trees.
    >
    > We had many days in the low 70's in March.
    >
    > Today it is 30 degrees and SNOWING, with 6-8 inches forecast.
    >
    > Here we go, another year w/o home-grown apricots.
    >
    > I can't decide if it's fools not learning from former errors or hope
    > springing eternal, but over the weekend we planted two cherry trees and
    > another apricot (we hope it's a later-blooming one.)
    >
    > ;-(
    > gloria p


    Where are you?

    Jon



  20. #20
    Michael \Dog3\ Guest

    Default Re: Annual weather rant

    Puester <[email protected]> dropped this news:7BwLj.167794
    $[email protected]: in rec.food.cooking

    > Michael "Dog3" wrote:
    >> Puester <[email protected]> dropped this news:JduLj.167159
    >> $[email protected]: in rec.food.cooking

    >
    >>>
    >>> Today it is 30 degrees and SNOWING, with 6-8 inches forecast.
    >>>

    >>
    >> I don't have an ounce of pity for you.

    >
    > That's pretty harsh, Michael!


    Nothing personal my dear

    >
    >> We haven't come close to 70
    >> degrees and we're getting yet another full day of rain.

    >
    > Hey, it's not MY fault! We don't even think about planting
    > annuals
    > here until at least June 1, and even then we keep our
    > fingers crossed for
    > about two weeks.


    I'll keep my fingers crossed. I no longer plant annuals. These are day
    lillies, cone flowers, tall phlox (lost the last batch to fungus)and 6
    experimental carpet rose bushes.

    Michael

    --
    "I'd like to be in Hell in time for dinner"
    -Edward H. Ruloff

    To email - michael at lonergan dot us dot com

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