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Awesome Tour!
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Hey Roosh just wanted to thank you for the Dallas talk and giving me some very good advice on my questions about patience on finding someone and taking sometime to be alone to sort through things near the end. It gave me quite a few things to think about and you addressed more questions I had with your answers than I asked.

I wasn't sure what to expect from the tour but I certainly ended up taking away a lot of great information from the 10 lessons and a greater understanding of some things along with how Roosh came to the point where he is now which pieces together a lot of things you won't get just from reading the forums. There was alot of personal details of Roosh's journey shared and there many times where it just made sense because I have been down the same path in some way or another myself.

More importantly Roosh took an incredible amount of time during the Q&A to give very thought out and insightful answers to everyone's questions and gave everyone an opportunity to speak and ask questions if they wanted to. It was a mixed crowd with a few couples, people from all walks of life, and a great elderly couple that I think touched everyone there.

If you're in any of the remaining stops I would highly recommend going.
10-05-2019 11:13 PM
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Great talk last night in Dallas. Enjoyed listening to Roosh's 10 points, although disappointed there was nothing about cleaning room and benis (I guess only JP does 11 and 12), and the Q & A was really good too. Loved meeting some of the other men there and hope I see you all again.
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Your beard looks like it goes into your eyes with the glasses on
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Cotton candy tacos...?

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Is "spot the Texas state flag" the new replacement for "spot the gay pride flag"?

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What Roosh said about the Dallas event in regards to some of the men being on the the threshold of finding God is true. For example, I'm going to the Orthodox church of one of the other attendees next week. Will be the first time I ever initiated a visit to a church on my own and I'm older than the bearded guy.

Speaking of mellow beards, Roosh has got that laid back, humorous, benevolent vibe now. Probably a catalyst for quite a few men to get on the bus in the direction of the Godpill.

About Dallas traffic, I'm sure at ruush hour it gets clogged up, but honestly Dallas traffic on the side streets of the well-planned areas is fine, even at ruush hour. Suburbs of most other US cities are two-lane log jams 24/7, but not Big D.

State Fair footage of the Texas themed crosses sums up Dallas culture to a large extent: it's a great place for shopping.

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Roosh talked about his tour touching on some of us re:God. I wanted to share a PM I just sent to a 25yr old member who asked me more about what I asked Roosh and what he told me, because like me, he can't seem to get out of the constant mindset of needing affection and trying to find someone. But I wanted to share it from someone who's been an atheist his whole life on how Rooshs lecture changed my mind a bit on that in an effort of looking towards my own inner peace. Like I said in my PM, I can't say I will ever join a practicing religion as someone who has been an atheist his whole life, but for now I am just trying to figure out my own personal connection with God and that may be all I need to walk whatever path is before me.

Zenta Wrote:This may be a bit rambley as I try to piece together what I asked Roosh, along with what he answered, so take it with a grain of salt but I'll give it a shot.

Roosh's lecture had a great amount of info about his life, a lot of it you could have early knowledge of it from reading his books(A bat out of hell in paraguay) and keeping up with forum posts and blogs, but there was also some personal information that he shared that I wasn't aware of. This included some more information about his sister, his ex-gf, and his mushroom trip that led him to god. Now I won't get into all the details as thats what the tour is for and thats up to Roosh to share the lecture afterwards, but I could relate on a lot of topics even if they happened in different ways. Similar women problems, my mother's stroke, my own mushroom revelations etc.

So when it came time for the Q&A I didn't know what to ask Roosh. I had many thoughts in my head of questions I wanted to ask but they all seemed like small basic questions, questions that would inadvertently be answered when someone else asked what seemed like a great question. So I thought to myself, Well there's not many chances you get to ask Roosh a question, so I'm just going to ask a selfish one about myself.

I asked and had this answered in two parts, but for simplicity sake I said "I'm 30, I've been in an 8 year relationship from 18-25 plus a few on and off after, I'm burned out on collecting notches, I feel more black pilled & depressed everyday in this clown world. How can I become more patient to wait for a good woman and basically cope with my everyday life at the same time?

I'll be honest, I can't remember everything Roosh said, but he gave me some important advice. He pointed out that the issue right now isn't with finding a good women but its with me. A good woman isn't going to fix me like so many of us want it to. He touched on how so many people think finding a good woman is as simple as going overseas where you can get any attractive woman, but as he pointed out you'll only get the bottom on the barrel that probably want a foreigner (especially if you get a woman over the age of 24) for other reason at the end of the day(as a man who wants to move to SEA or JPN one day I don't 100% agree with this, but I do see the majority truth of it, especially if you are just importing a woman to the US, so I'd say it's true 90% of the time).

You need to take a step back and figure out why you feel this way, why you feel the constant need to have a woman, even more so to have a girlfriend at all times . Now this wasn't something Roosh could give me an answer to exactly, but he did follow up with some sage advice.

"Roosh, thats all well and good, but how do I find out what's wrong with me, how do I fix that?"

Roosh told me he was going to take some time to be alone with himself for a while, as long as he needs, in his new secluded town he will move to eventually. It was the answer that's always sitting on my heart, the answer I knew would come when I first started asking my question. There's no other way to get rid of the feeling to constantly impatiently need to find a girlfriend, a good girl, whatever you're looking for.

At this point I should add I felt like I was the only "non-believer" in the room, up until this point almost every single in-depth question had been somewhat religiously related except for mine. I said "Roosh, do you think you could that without God?" and the answer I got back was probably the most important part of the whole thing for me, he said no, he did not think he could.

I don't know what a believer is, I don't know who or what or where God is, I've been an atheist as long as I can remember(though the last 8 years or so I just simply haven't cared and don't discuss or think about religious stuff at all usually), but I talked to God every night for the last 3 nights. I talked to my ceiling, I talked to the universe, I talked to myself, I talked to I don't know, but I was talking to someone out there who would hopefully listen and give me some answers, just like Roosh said he started getting when he talked to God.

See the thing is, I don't know how to be alone by myself. I was in a relationship from the start of my adult years for close to 8 years with one person I saw or talked to every single day. There has been a void of that in my life the last 5 years and instead of working on healing my soul, I have chased notches to fill that void. If you look at my previously started thread I asked if I should move back in with my mother to help take care of her a bit and keep her company in her poor state. The first night I talked to god I talked to him about my mom and what I should do.

In talking to him I felt a weight lift from my chest when I realized that I need to be alone too and I need to be there for someone who seriously needs me, my mother. Despite the fact I can hardly stand her sometimes, she is trapped in a mind without the capability to hold memories and alone at night every day. My being alone in isn't being isolated, but its being there to be of service for someone that needs me instead of selfishly spending my time chasing women while charading I am trying to find a good girl at the same time, because you can't do both at once.

I've talked to god the two nights that follow and I've asked him some more questions about the same stuff with my mom, I've asked him questions about which direction I should head in my life, if its okay to do this, if its okay to do that. I figured out that if I helped my mother that that would only be seen as a negative to women who are negative themselves and are not women I would want to be with anyways. He helped me figure out that a good woman to me is a woman who would appreciate the kindness and caring I want to give to the world and that I know exactly where I need to start that path and without any selfish goals to gain anything by doing it, but to give myself in service instead.

Roosh said something so very profound to me during his lecture. He said for every gain there is a loss, but also for every loss there is a gain. It was so profound to me because in these nights of talking to god where I would for the first time in years feel that weight start to lift from my chest, I would tear up, I can't help it. Because I realized the loss's that I am so worried about losing are insignificant in the grand picture, but from my hedonistic perspective they felt so heavy to give up some of my freedom and independence, chasing women, worrying only about myself. But my talk with god showed me that the gains I had in simply helping someone out in need were so much greater than what I would give up, that the peace my heart would find already calmed me before I've even began.

Sorry to ramble on, and I still don't know what God means to me, nor can I say if theres one God out there, or If I'll ever seriously step foot in a church for practice, but I cannot deny what I have already received talking to God, whether that is some big man in the sky, the whole entire universe, or just me talking the time to talk to my ceiling and figure out the right thing to do, that is something I will get the answer to one day when the time is right.

Hope it helped. I guess TLBig GrinR You need to find your path and peace thats not chasing women, when the time is right things will fall into place.
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(10-09-2019 04:44 PM)Zenta Wrote:  Roosh talked about his tour touching on some of us re:God. I wanted to share a PM I just sent to a 25yr old member who asked me more about what I asked Roosh and what he told me, because like me, he can't seem to get out of the constant mindset of needing affection and trying to find someone. But I wanted to share it from someone who's been an atheist his whole life on how Rooshs lecture changed my mind a bit on that in an effort of looking towards my own inner peace. Like I said in my PM, I can't say I will ever join a practicing religion as someone who has been an atheist his whole life, but for now I am just trying to figure out my own personal connection with God and that may be all I need to walk whatever path is before me.

Zenta Wrote:This may be a bit rambley as I try to piece together what I asked Roosh, along with what he answered, so take it with a grain of salt but I'll give it a shot.

Roosh's lecture had a great amount of info about his life, a lot of it you could have early knowledge of it from reading his books(A bat out of hell in paraguay) and keeping up with forum posts and blogs, but there was also some personal information that he shared that I wasn't aware of. This included some more information about his sister, his ex-gf, and his mushroom trip that led him to god. Now I won't get into all the details as thats what the tour is for and thats up to Roosh to share the lecture afterwards, but I could relate on a lot of topics even if they happened in different ways. Similar women problems, my mother's stroke, my own mushroom revelations etc.

So when it came time for the Q&A I didn't know what to ask Roosh. I had many thoughts in my head of questions I wanted to ask but they all seemed like small basic questions, questions that would inadvertently be answered when someone else asked what seemed like a great question. So I thought to myself, Well there's not many chances you get to ask Roosh a question, so I'm just going to ask a selfish one about myself.

I asked and had this answered in two parts, but for simplicity sake I said "I'm 30, I've been in an 8 year relationship from 18-25 plus a few on and off after, I'm burned out on collecting notches, I feel more black pilled & depressed everyday in this clown world. How can I become more patient to wait for a good woman and basically cope with my everyday life at the same time?

I'll be honest, I can't remember everything Roosh said, but he gave me some important advice. He pointed out that the issue right now isn't with finding a good women but its with me. A good woman isn't going to fix me like so many of us want it to. He touched on how so many people think finding a good woman is as simple as going overseas where you can get any attractive woman, but as he pointed out you'll only get the bottom on the barrel that probably want a foreigner (especially if you get a woman over the age of 24) for other reason at the end of the day(as a man who wants to move to SEA or JPN one day I don't 100% agree with this, but I do see the majority truth of it, especially if you are just importing a woman to the US, so I'd say it's true 90% of the time).

You need to take a step back and figure out why you feel this way, why you feel the constant need to have a woman, even more so to have a girlfriend at all times . Now this wasn't something Roosh could give me an answer to exactly, but he did follow up with some sage advice.

"Roosh, thats all well and good, but how do I find out what's wrong with me, how do I fix that?"

Roosh told me he was going to take some time to be alone with himself for a while, as long as he needs, in his new secluded town he will move to eventually. It was the answer that's always sitting on my heart, the answer I knew would come when I first started asking my question. There's no other way to get rid of the feeling to constantly impatiently need to find a girlfriend, a good girl, whatever you're looking for.

At this point I should add I felt like I was the only "non-believer" in the room, up until this point almost every single in-depth question had been somewhat religiously related except for mine. I said "Roosh, do you think you could that without God?" and the answer I got back was probably the most important part of the whole thing for me, he said no, he did not think he could.

I don't know what a believer is, I don't know who or what or where God is, I've been an atheist as long as I can remember(though the last 8 years or so I just simply haven't cared and don't discuss or think about religious stuff at all usually), but I talked to God every night for the last 3 nights. I talked to my ceiling, I talked to the universe, I talked to myself, I talked to I don't know, but I was talking to someone out there who would hopefully listen and give me some answers, just like Roosh said he started getting when he talked to God.

See the thing is, I don't know how to be alone by myself. I was in a relationship from the start of my adult years for close to 8 years with one person I saw or talked to every single day. There has been a void of that in my life the last 5 years and instead of working on healing my soul, I have chased notches to fill that void. If you look at my previously started thread I asked if I should move back in with my mother to help take care of her a bit and keep her company in her poor state. The first night I talked to god I talked to him about my mom and what I should do.

In talking to him I felt a weight lift from my chest when I realized that I need to be alone too and I need to be there for someone who seriously needs me, my mother. Despite the fact I can hardly stand her sometimes, she is trapped in a mind without the capability to hold memories and alone at night every day. My being alone in isn't being isolated, but its being there to be of service for someone that needs me instead of selfishly spending my time chasing women while charading I am trying to find a good girl at the same time, because you can't do both at once.

I've talked to god the two nights that follow and I've asked him some more questions about the same stuff with my mom, I've asked him questions about which direction I should head in my life, if its okay to do this, if its okay to do that. I figured out that if I helped my mother that that would only be seen as a negative to women who are negative themselves and are not women I would want to be with anyways. He helped me figure out that a good woman to me is a woman who would appreciate the kindness and caring I want to give to the world and that I know exactly where I need to start that path and without any selfish goals to gain anything by doing it, but to give myself in service instead.

Roosh said something so very profound to me during his lecture. He said for every gain there is a loss, but also for every loss there is a gain. It was so profound to me because in these nights of talking to god where I would for the first time in years feel that weight start to lift from my chest, I would tear up, I can't help it. Because I realized the loss's that I am so worried about losing are insignificant in the grand picture, but from my hedonistic perspective they felt so heavy to give up some of my freedom and independence, chasing women, worrying only about myself. But my talk with god showed me that the gains I had in simply helping someone out in need were so much greater than what I would give up, that the peace my heart would find already calmed me before I've even began.

Sorry to ramble on, and I still don't know what God means to me, nor can I say if theres one God out there, or If I'll ever seriously step foot in a church for practice, but I cannot deny what I have already received talking to God, whether that is some big man in the sky, the whole entire universe, or just me talking the time to talk to my ceiling and figure out the right thing to do, that is something I will get the answer to one day when the time is right.

Hope it helped. I guess TLBig GrinR You need to find your path and peace thats not chasing women, when the time is right things will fall into place.

Great post! The reason why you felt like the only non-believer, is because you essentially attended the tour of a Christian convert talking to other religious people. And that already did more for you than setting foot in church as a tourist. As Jesus said: "For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them." (Matthew 18:20).

As an ex-atheist I can only recommend you to get yourself a New Testament (they throw them around for free) and start reading it. When you started talking to the Lord you stopped being an atheist and became an agnostic. That's a huge step.

When larping as a Christian on 4chan I realized that the state of the clown world (and therefore my life) is a matter of spiritual warfare, so after reading the Bible I started asking the Lord to help me with joining His team and getting to faith. He answered. I asked Him for signs and watched out for them in physical reality. He answered reinforcing my faith. I asked Him to solve my black pill problem. He answered after I joined His church.

Of course, God demanded to give up sin, which wasn't easy and still isn't. But for that "sacrifice" I received so much more. Over the last two years I learned living a life submitted to the Almighty, turning in all problems to Him and following His plan.

The feeling of needing a woman in your life (and therefore being on the neverending chase) is something I struggled with as well - I just didn't chase as much.

This is due to the satanic reversal, where society expects you to worship and submit to women instead of God. To heal me the Lord put me through some lessons, let me relive very uncomfortable and outright hurtful parts of previous dating experiences. Now I'm almost there getting rid of societal programming and thoroughly enjoying singleness.

But the irony is: I already know the second I get there, God is going to put that "girlfriend" into my life - as He already confirmed my vocation and detailed His plan to me (which is completely impossible* and what I asked for). He knows exactly what state I need to be in to hold frame, not fall into the trap of neediness, and especially to not fall into sexual sin again.

*) As I understand Him the Lord intends to create a living example for the power of the Gospel. Instead of having His children trying evangelize people with words, He is going to do it with visible action and completely amaze the people around me, who have a certain image of my person and will get completely stunned the further the plan moves to completion. He knows that actions are always more powerful than words.
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(10-10-2019 03:39 AM)wwtl Wrote:  He knows that actions are always more powerful than words.

I'm not here to say what the Lord has or does not have in store for you, but I would be wary of anything that diminishes the power of the Word. The Word of God is more powerful than anything. Indeed, the Lord IS the Word-Made-Flesh.


All flesh is grass, and all the goodliness thereof is as the flower of the field: The grass withereth, the flower fadeth: because the spirit of the Lord bloweth upon it: surely the people is grass. The grass withereth, the flower fadeth: but the word of our God shall stand for ever. . . .

"My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways," saith the Lord. "For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts. For as the rain cometh down, and the snow from heaven, and returneth not thither, but watereth the earth, and maketh it bring forth and bud, that it may give seed to the sower, and bread to the eater: So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it."

~ The Holy Prophet Isaiah

The Word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any twoedged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.

~ The Epistle to the Hebrews

I was in the Spirit on the Lord's day, and heard behind me a great voice, as of a trumpet, saying, "I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last" . . . Out of his mouth went a sharp twoedged sword: and his countenance was as the sun shineth in his strength. And when I saw him, I fell at his feet as dead. And he laid his right hand upon me, saying unto me, "Fear not; I am the first and the last: I am he that liveth, and was dead; and, behold, I am alive for evermore, Amen; and have the keys of hell and of death."

~ The Revelation of Jesus Christ
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(10-10-2019 03:39 AM)wwtl Wrote:  He knows that actions are always more powerful than words.

I'm not here to say what the Lord has or does not have in store for you, but I would be wary of anything that diminishes the power of the Word. The Word of God is more powerful than anything. Indeed, the Lord IS the Word-Made-Flesh.

This is why deliberately wrote "words", not "the Word".

When I talk to close heathen fellows about faith, it is just "words" for them. When someone considered completely broken without any chance to recover gets converted, healed and reborn in Christ right before their eyes, that is the Word.

I converted two years a go, but I fully submitted my life to the Lord only half a year ago. I've seen people starting to notice what is happening to me without them knowing cause, trying to pinpoint it on various worldly circumstances. And I decided to let the Word speak for Himself until they naturally realize Who is talking.
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Trip progress...

   

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(10-10-2019 06:15 AM)wwtl Wrote:  
(10-10-2019 05:29 AM)An0dyne Wrote:  
(10-10-2019 03:39 AM)wwtl Wrote:  He knows that actions are always more powerful than words.

I'm not here to say what the Lord has or does not have in store for you, but I would be wary of anything that diminishes the power of the Word. The Word of God is more powerful than anything. Indeed, the Lord IS the Word-Made-Flesh.

This is why deliberately wrote "words", not "the Word".

When I talk to close heathen fellows about faith, it is just "words" for them. When someone considered completely broken without any chance to recover gets converted, healed and reborn in Christ right before their eyes, that is the Word.

I converted two years a go, but I fully submitted my life to the Lord only half a year ago. I've seen people starting to notice what is happening to me without them knowing cause, trying to pinpoint it on various worldly circumstances. And I decided to let the Word speak for Himself until they naturally realize Who is talking.

Sorry I didn't mean to be patronizing, I fully recognize bashing people with the Bible isn't the most effective strategy lol. A lot of people these days quote the trite cliche "preach the Gospel, use words if necessary," but that isn't the model we see from the Apostles. Christ speaks through us. But often actions are the catalyst that bring people to listen, without a doubt.
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(10-11-2019 12:37 AM)Roosh Wrote:  Trip progress...

Roosh are the dots places you've stayed for a certain period of time?
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(10-10-2019 03:39 AM)wwtl Wrote:  He knows that actions are always more powerful than words.

I'm not here to say what the Lord has or does not have in store for you, but I would be wary of anything that diminishes the power of the Word. The Word of God is more powerful than anything. Indeed, the Lord IS the Word-Made-Flesh.

This is why deliberately wrote "words", not "the Word".

When I talk to close heathen fellows about faith, it is just "words" for them. When someone considered completely broken without any chance to recover gets converted, healed and reborn in Christ right before their eyes, that is the Word.

I converted two years a go, but I fully submitted my life to the Lord only half a year ago. I've seen people starting to notice what is happening to me without them knowing cause, trying to pinpoint it on various worldly circumstances. And I decided to let the Word speak for Himself until they naturally realize Who is talking.

Sorry I didn't mean to be patronizing, I fully recognize bashing people with the Bible isn't the most effective strategy lol. A lot of people these days quote the trite cliche "preach the Gospel, use words if necessary," but that isn't the model we see from the Apostles. Christ speaks through us. But often actions are the catalyst that bring people to listen, without a doubt.

Exactly. That is also the reason why He doesn't call the highly qualified, but qualifies the called instead. The path I've chosen to walk for Him is going to be full of challenges, work, stress and objection. I will have to fully trust Him, that I will make it.
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(10-11-2019 12:37 AM)Roosh Wrote:  Trip progress...

Roosh are the dots places you've stayed for a certain period of time?

Either I stayed overnight or visited the city (had a meal there, went to the library, saw the center, viewed a park, etc.).

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RE: My 2019 tour through the United States
Roosh mentioned in his talk that he's been placed on a list and got a lot of extra attention when entering the USA. Maybe this is the list he was talking about.

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Hey Roosh. We met yesterday on 6th street and chatted about Russian for a little.

I tried purchasing a ticket for your event today like you suggested, but unfortunately it looks like they are sold out online. Can you please let me know if there is still availability and if you could direct me on how to still attend the event if there is?

No worries if not, but would love to hear your insights and then chat about Medellin, Russia, and your spirituality afterwards.

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I just sent you ticket details to the email associated to your forum account. If that's the wrong email, you can PM me the correct one, but it has to be done quick. I will be in front of a computer for not much longer.

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I can't say I'm a fan of Texas roads. They have a main highway, and then a little highway right next to it that is one-way, and then U-turn lanes. Problem is if your store or hotel is on one side of the road, there is no way to get to it without going on the one-way road, which means a lot of backtracking and U-turns.

   

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Yeah I remember times in Austin where it was practically like getting on and off a highway just to “cross the street”.

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(Today 04:37 AM)RexImperator Wrote:  Yeah I remember times in Austin where it was practically like getting on and off a highway just to “cross the street”.

Same here in Houston. A massive pain in the ass.
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Who thought building freeways into the center of cities is a great idea?
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