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The devil told the pope, “No one in the world has a better memory than I do.”

The Pope responded, “Oh! Well I know this Native American guy who has the best memory in the world and I’ll even prove it.”

Then the devil replied, “OK, I’ll take your offer and if I have a better memory I get your soul.”

“It’s a deal” replied the Pope. Then they shook hands to make the deal official.

They went to a remote village in North America. There they met Roaming Bull (the Native American the Pope was talking about).

The devil asked him, “Do you like eggs?”

The Native American replied, “Yes.”

50 years passed. Everyone is still alive and have forgotten about the deal. However the devil remembered the deal and went back to the village and
greeted the Native American saying, “How.”

He replied “Scrambled.”

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To the Best of Our Knowledge: Memory, Mind & The Self – Jim Fleming

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To the Best of Our Knowledge: Memory, Mind & The Self

Jim Fleming

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 1.99

Publish Date: April 6, 2011

© © 2011 Wisconsin Public Radio (To the Best of Our Knowledge)

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To Green Angel Tower: Book Three of Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn (Unabridged) – Tad Williams

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To Green Angel Tower: Book Three of Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn (Unabridged)

Tad Williams

Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 44.99

Publish Date: November 1, 2016

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A Memory of Light – Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson

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A Memory of Light

Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson

Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 36.99

Publish Date: January 8, 2013

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False Memory – Meli Raine

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False Memory

Meli Raine

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: November 13, 2018

Publisher: Prosaic Press, Inc.

Seller: Prosaic Press, Inc.


It all started with the bereavement flowers with my name on them. Not the best way to wake up, right? I work in a flower shop. I know a funeral arrangement when I see one. I know a killer when I see one, too. And one is standing in my hospital room right now, straight behind the man who saved my life. I can’t tell anyone the truth, because that’s the fastest way to really die. So I do the next best thing. I “lose” my memory.  I fake my amnesia. Pretending not to remember a brutal attempted murder has its perks. The killer is backing down, spending less time around me, loosening the noose. The less I claim to recall, the more my rescuer, Duff, works to help me “remember.” I hate lying to him. But he doesn’t understand that my memory is dangerous. To me. And to him. Fooling everyone isn’t easy. It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done. Except it’s starting to look like I’ve been fooling myself. In more ways than one. Read Book 1 in the newest series from USA Today bestselling author Meli Raine. “…intrigue and dark humor on display in this thriller…” While the immediate—and more compelling—tension in Raine’s ( A Shameless Little Bet , 2018, etc.) heart-pumping series opener comes from Lily’s constant proximity to her would-be killer, the action takes place against a backdrop of secret government scandals. Fortunately, Lily’s voice is captivating, wry, and tough enough to sell this thriller. The novel ends with a cliffhanger that startles, if only because readers will have become so attached to Lily.  — Kirkus Reviews Praise for Meli Raine’s books: “Fresh, riveting, and thrumming with emotion and romantic suspense, False Memory is absolutely unputdownable. You need this book!” – New York Times bestselling author Meghan March “I accidentally lost a day to this trilogy! It is unputdownable. Apparently I'm on a dark-and-twisty binge, and this book is addictive.” – USA Today bestselling author Sarina Bowen (Harmless series)

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Memory: The Origins of Alien – Alexandre O. Philippe

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Memory: The Origins of Alien

Alexandre O. Philippe

Genre: Documentary

Price: $ 14.99

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Release Date: October 4, 2019


Take an in depth voyage into the sci-fi masterpiece ALIEN with the visionary filmmakers who created it. See how one of the most terrifying movies of all time burst to life 40 years ago, inspired by ancient mythology and our universal fears.

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Memory Clinic

Two middle-aged couples were enjoying friendly conversation when one of the men asked the other, “Fred, how was the memory clinic you went to last
month?”

“Outstanding,” Fred replied. “They taught us all the latest psychological techniques, like visualization, association, and so on. It was great. I
haven’t had a problem since.”

“Sounds like something I could use. What was the name of the clinic?”

Fred went blank. He thought and thought, but couldn’t remember.

Then a smile broke across his face and he asked, “What do you call that flower with the long stem and thorns?”

“You mean a rose?”

“Yes, that’s it!”

He turned to his wife, “Hey Rose, what was the name of that memory clinic?”

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An Old Memory – Dylan Scott

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An Old Memory

Dylan Scott

Genre: Country

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: August 16, 2019

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To the Best of Our Knowledge: Memory: Mind and The Self – Jim Fleming

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To the Best of Our Knowledge: Memory: Mind and The Self

Jim Fleming

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 1.99

Publish Date: April 27, 2012

© ℗ © 2012 Wisconsin Public Radio (To the Best of Our Knowledge)

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City of Wishes 1: The Memory Thief – Rachel Morgan

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City of Wishes 1: The Memory Thief

Rachel Morgan

Genre: Fantasy

Publish Date: April 22, 2019

Publisher: Rachel Morgan

Seller: Rachel Morgan


Every wish has a price … In a world of fae, vampires and shifters, where  wishes  can be bought and bargained for,  Elle is human , bound to her stepmother by  a slave charm . Her only hope at  freedom  is to wish for it. But the  Godmother  rules the illegal wish trade, and  the price  she demands is steep.  Is Elle willing to pay it? ~ ~ ~ It’s just another night of breaking her stepmother’s rules and sneaking out. Another night of drawing as little attention to herself as possible. Get the job done. Earn a little more Essence. Move one step closer to legitimately purchasing a wish. But when Elle runs face-first into a charming and handsome faerie—and then ends up in the clutches of a vampire—her usual fly-under-the-radar plans are knocked off course. ~ ~ ~ CITY OF WISHES is an urban fantasy serialized retelling of Cinderella. This episode is approximately 27,000 words or 120 print pages.

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A Memory of Light – Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson

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A Memory of Light

Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 36.99

Publish Date: January 8, 2013

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Episode 454 Scott Adams: Public Demonstration of False Memory, Charlottesville “Fine People” HOAX

Topics: 

  • Taking calls from people who believe the “fine people” hoax
  • Can they be deprogrammed in real time, during a call?

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Episode 243 Scott Adams: Chinese Fentanyl, Proxy Revenge, Hypnosis and Memory, Abortion

Topics: 

  • China’s involvement in Fentanyl trafficking
  • Christine Ford did a research paper about recovered memories
  • Kavanaugh: What is a fair hiring standard?
  • What would happen if Roe v Wade is overturned?
    • It becomes a state issue, so which states will do what?
    • Why isn’t that being covered by the news media?
  • Ford’s internet presence has been deeply and curiously scrubbed
  • Carol Christine Fair’s belief that what she said was appropriate

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Memory – Hélène Grimaud

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Memory

Hélène Grimaud

Genre: Classical

Price: $ 11.99

Release Date: September 21, 2018

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Sweet Dixie Memory – EP – Doug McCormick

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Sweet Dixie Memory – EP

Doug McCormick

Genre: Country

Price: $ 5.94

Release Date: August 31, 2015

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In Loving Memory – 26 Funeral Songs – Paul Brooks

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In Loving Memory – 26 Funeral Songs

Paul Brooks

Genre: Instrumental

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: July 26, 2011

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Pink Memory – Apink

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Pink Memory

Apink

Genre: K-Pop

Price: $ 9.90

Release Date: July 16, 2015

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Greatest Hits – Every Mile a Memory (2003-2008) – Dierks Bentley

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Greatest Hits – Every Mile a Memory (2003-2008)

Dierks Bentley

Genre: Country

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: May 6, 2008

© ℗ This compilation 2008 Capitol Records Nashville. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction is a violation of applicable laws. Manufactured by Capitol Records Nashville, 3322 West End Avenue, 11th Floor, Nashville, TN 37203

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In Memory of Norman Horowitz, Hollywood’s Lionhearted Rabble-Rouser from the Bronx

Norman Horowitz was one of the first friends I made when I moved to Los Angeles. I was trying to get a foot into the movie business, and he had fifty years of experience. He had started as a part-time, minimum-wage shipping clerk and messenger and worked his way up to become president of a multi-billion-dollar business. Then in retirement, he was brash and opinionated, and he had stories to tell. I just listened.

He was a big man with a big voice, and he could have intimidated me if he’d wanted to. But Norman didn’t believe in intimidation — neither giving nor receiving it. He taught me to call everyone in the industry by their first name, no matter how important they thought they were.

When someone once asked him how he had the nerve to chat so effortlessly with Sarah Ferguson, The Dutchess of Kent, Norman replied that he had simply asked her if she ever had sex with a Jew from the Bronx.

Norman hated egos. He was fond of the famous William Goldman line, “Nobody knows anything.”

“Here I am,” he used to say in his heyday, “a forty-something Jewish electrical engineer from the Bronx with one wife, two kids, and a dog who sells movies and television programs throughout the world trying to determine what thirty-year-old Christian mothers want to watch afternoons in Gary, Indiana.”

His humility may have sold him short. “You should have seen Norman in his prime,” I’ve been told. “He was the best salesman you’d ever see.”

I believe it. He had the best product to sell in the business. He had the truth. He was one of the most fearlessly honest men I’ve ever met.

When he joined CBS in 1968, the managers asked him what he thought was the best way to reduce the company’s headcount by 7.5 percent. He told them to fire the managers who allowed the overhead to get so bloated in the first place. He said this to the managers.

Most people who worked at the studios were afraid of change, but not Norman. When they resisted new technologies that cut prices at the expense of profits, Norman fought back on behalf of consumers. He refused to stand by and watch the big guys collude against the forces of progress. “Had municipalities never paved roads,” he once quipped, “we would still have horses and wagons, but alas, no one ever organized the horses!”

In his later years, he directed the same ire at politicians who didn’t seem to give a damn about anyone but themselves. He saw the abuse of power all around him. He was apoplectic when studio executive David Begelman got sentenced to community service for embezzling tens of thousands of dollars, while a poor black mother was sent to jail for years for welfare fraud. He took it as a personal insult when Chris Christie berated an audience member who had very politely asked why the politician was defunding public schools while sending his own kids to private school. If Norman had learned anything at the big studios, it’s that there were two sets of rules in the world: one for the rich and powerful, and one for everybody else.

“Bring back the antitrust division!” he’d growl.

He fancied himself a latter-day Howard Beale, “The Mad Prophet of the Airwaves” from the classic movie Network, admonishing everyone to run to their windows, stick their heads out, and yell, “I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take it anymore!”

Upon first impression, Norman might have been the last person you’d expect to be sentimental. When he spoke, it was deep and gruff and irreverent, and if you haven’t noticed by now, it was usually directed at someone or something. And yet, he was never unkind. In fact, he was deeply compassionate. That’s where his furious rabble-rousing came from — he put the passion in compassion.

When he was running MGM/UA Telecommunications, some people actually thought he was too nice. In the entertainment industry, you see, a lot of managers think they’re supposed to rule by fear and intimidation. Norman didn’t see it that way.

He hated bullies. He used to say, with his classic vulgarity, “If you have a dick, you don’t have to walk around proving that you have a dick. It’s only the men who have no dick who behave like dicks!”

Norman was fiercely protective of his employees. One time, he was giving the president of Columbia Pictures Television a tour of his office, when the president said, “Norman, you don’t really need all of these people, do you?”

“No, we don’t,” said Norman, “but we were doing very badly in the softball studio league, so I hired a bunch of ringers.”

His compassion spanned the globe. He regularly mourned the loss of life in our military conquests abroad — American and foreign, all human life was equal to Norman. When he spoke of their deaths, his anger would turn to profound sadness.

Like many of us, I think Norman was afraid to die. The only time he ever admitted to being terrified was in the Air Force when he was ordered to guard a warehouse during the Korean War. The warehouse was in upstate New York.

He lived so fearlessly and experienced so many joys — so many lucrative deals signed and beautiful women wooed — but it all goes away so fast.

At the end, he spoke openly of loss and loneliness. I think he protested so loudly because he cared so deeply. Two years after his last dog left him, Norman still had two boxes of dog biscuits in the cupboard and one box in his car.

His vulnerability always struck me like an arrow. Since his passing, I’ve been re-reading his posts on my blog. I’ll leave you with my favorite. This is “Wispy White Clouds” by Norman the Lionhearted:

Nearly three quarters of my lifetime ago, I loved and then I married.

Nearly one quarter of my lifetime ago, I loved again.

Nearly four years ago, I met Valerie, the light and love of my life.

Nearly two years ago, the light that was the physical presence of Valerie flickered and then went out.

I shared only two years with Valerie and was with her at the moment of her death when her beautiful blue eyes closed for the last time.

And now I have a few rhetorical mind-blowing questions that I have pondered before and now think of again because of Valerie:

Was there ever a time before the beginning of time?

Will there be a time after the end of time?

Was there ever a time that there was space at the end of space?

Was there ever space before the beginning of space?

Belief in God allows you to ignore these questions or not care about their answers.

As a rule, I don’t care about these answers, but thinking about and pining for Valerie made me re-think my not caring.

Belief in an unknown higher power like God will allow you to at least try to explain the otherwise inexplicable.

A goldfish believes that there is a higher power because food is regularly sprinkled on top of its bowl and someone regularly changes the water.

I consider myself to be an atheist. Do I from time to time wonder whether all that exists can be some sort of cosmic accident? Yes, I do, and yet I find the notion of God to be similar to the notion that there is a Santa Claus or a Tooth Fairy.

I have for many years wondered about reincarnation. I found myself overlooking Long Island Sound shortly after sunrise last Friday. As I looked overhead, there was a bevy of weirdly-shaped wispy white clouds. I inexplicably wondered if my friend Valerie was actually one of those clouds.

To explain the inexplicable a little further, Valerie was not “riding” on a particular cloud but was now, two years after her death, a wispy white cloud peacefully floating above the earth.

Valerie often called me “Norman, my Norman,” and I was to be “hers,” all of me.

She was a wispy woman during her life, so why would her soul not become a wispy white cloud after her death? She would have liked that, I think.

I wonder.

Wonder no more, old friend. For eighty-two years, you showed us how to fight the good fight. At long last, you can rest that great big voice. We’ll take it from here.

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A Memory of Light: Wheel of Time, Book 14 (Unabridged) – Brandon Sanderson & Robert Jordan

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A Memory of Light: Wheel of Time, Book 14 (Unabridged)

Brandon Sanderson & Robert Jordan

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 47.95

Publish Date: January 8, 2013

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Dirty Memory – JJ Appleton & Jason Ricci

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Dirty Memory

JJ Appleton & Jason Ricci

Genre: Blues

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: May 22, 2015

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Mom Guilty of Being a Baby Memory Book Slacker!

Can I get a fair trial before you throw the book at me? I’d like a plea bargain. I have six children, you know. Shouldn’t fathers also be persecuted for being an accomplice? They know where the ballpoint pens are kept, too!

Yesterday, my last (sixth!) child dragged out my firstborn’s “stuffed so full it’s tied shut with a ribbon” keepsake book to compare with her own minuscule 1/8 inch thin “baby pamphlet” as evidence of my crime. She’s lucky to have gotten any handwritten documentation out of me at all. I could’ve just shoved some loose teeth, a lock of hair and a stray bootie in an empty Lucky Charms cereal carton and called it Sentimental Creative License.

May I present Exhibit A below? The essential Family Tree found on the first page of all self-priding Memory Books, filled out in my prettiest cursive for Baby #1’s book.

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And now, for my last child’s memory book, we have the version I’m most proud of. What an original family heirloom this will be!

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As I further compare and contrast (to assert my innocence), my firstborn’s documentation would normally be written in blue font, whereas Sixth Child’s info (what little there is) should have been noted in pink font. This also reflects gender, so the Creative Memory Scrapbooking company would be so proud of me. But alas, here I must put First Child’s info inside a special box.

Just Like This Box!

I’m sure that will make my sixth child feel even more overlooked. We just won’t show this Huffington Post blog to her. Problem solved.

BABY’S NAME: Benjamin

SIGNIFICANCE OF NAME: Your Dad and I bonded over watching actor Benjamin Bratt in the television series “Law & Order.” On our honeymoon, we kissed in front of the Big Ben clock in London!

BABY’S NAME: LACY
SIGNIFICANCE OF NAME: I wanted to remember my favorite vintage blouse, which got ruined when morning sickness made me vomit all over the Chantilly appliqué collar and sleeves. Tsk, Tsk!

HOW LABOR BEGAN: Shopping for nursery furniture, I felt a mild twinge, so we rushed to the hospital. The nurses thought we were so cute and sent us back home three different times until the pains came closer together.

HOW LABOR BEGAN: At Disneyland, my water broke on Splash Mountain. Nobody believed me. Your siblings insisted we stay for the Electrical Light Parade. Sitting curbside (writhing in pain), I was suddenly seized by a huge contraction, causing me to kick an extension cord out of an outlet. The entire park plunged into darkness.

THESE WONDERFUL INDIVIDUALS WERE PRESENT FOR YOUR BIRTH: Nana, Papa, Aunt Carol, Uncle Gary, Great Grandma Ethel, my wonderful obstetrician Dr. Pransky and of course, Daddy!

THESE WONDERFUL INDIVIDUALS WERE PRESENT FOR YOUR BIRTH: Pluto and two dwarfs.

FAVORITE STUFFED ANIMAL: A darling lavender polka dotted poodle displayed in a doghouse on your dresser.

FAVORITE STUFFED ANIMAL: A cute dust bunny that hangs out under your crib.

And now in keeping with tradition, the classic page with my firstborn’s preserved hand and foot prints:

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Though not depicted below, my sixth baby does possess a complete set of hands and feet. I thought leaving that part to the imagination added a nice touch of mystery!

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Yes, Sixth Baby WAS nicknamed SpongeBob SquareToes for quite some time.

YOUR FIRST SOLID FOOD: Mashed banana, rice puree and strained spinach

YOUR FIRST SOLID FOOD: A piece of What’s His Name’s Big Mac, french fries, a diet coke.

FIRST WORDS: Mama, Dada, light, doggy, ball, cookie, more!

FIRST WORDS: Help! Valium, postpartum depression, Crème Brûlée, Weight Watchers!

YOU BEGAN TO USE YOUR HANDS AT: Six months THIS IS WHAT YOU DID: You reached out tentatively for a colorful rattle shaped like a butterfly!

YOU BEGAN TO USE YOUR HANDS AT: Two years
THIS IS WHAT YOU DID: You shoved a Sharpie and this baby memory book into my arms and looked expectantly into my eyes.

Story time together is such a delight. Here are your favorite books and now they’re mine, too!
1. Pat the Bunny 2. Green Eggs & Ham 3. Where The Wild Things Are! 4. If You Give A Mouse A Cookie!

I’m so sick of your stupid books, I’ve changed up the titles for interest. Also, you’re getting more astute and have started wondering why every book consists of only two pages and then we chant triumphantly “The End!” Here’s your faves:

1. Splat The Bunny 2. Green Eggs & Spam 3. Where the Reviled Things Are! 4. If You Think Your Mom is Kooky!

FIRST LULLABYE: “Rockabye Baby”! I sing this to you in the beautiful oak rocking chair!

FIRST ALIBI: I couldn’t have sung to you because I became tone deaf. Plus, we used the rocking chair for kindling wood during a family camp out.

FIRST OUTING: We went to the park and you experienced your very first swing.

FIRST SHOUTING: You got to listen to your dad and I argue over how I parallel park and experienced my first mood swing.

And the last page of any baby book always ends with a poignant look at their independence — they aren’t infants anymore!

FIRST WALK: You took three steps and we all applauded for you!

FIRST WAVED: You’re off to preschool already — turned and waved to me “Bye-bye!” Good job! Where did all the time go??

(OK, so there were some “small time gaps” in Sixth Child’s book, but I DID finish her last page recently.)

FIRST JOCK: You’re a cheerleader now dating the high school quarterback!

FIRST SHAVED: Your legs look so smooth and silky! You’re off to college already? “Bye-bye!” Good job! Where did all the time go??

Now I admit there may be some substantiated claims of my lazy ways. So sue me! But don’t be surprised if I throw myself on the mercy of the court, claiming self-defense and get off with just a light warning.

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