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Issue 1

~4000-page PDF document to be posted within the week, featuring new poems by Nada Gordon, Bryan Newbury, AnnMarie Eldon, Paul Siegell, Doug Ireland, Erin Bertram, Jeff Ward, Jeannie Hoag, Scott Hartwich, John Moore Williams, Monique Trottier, Todd Swift, Saleh Badrah, David Vincenti, Simon DeDeo, Daneen Wardrop, George M Wallace, Sarah Maclay, Danielle Dutton, Maria Benet, Brooke Kaye, Lacey Hunter, Jack Spicer, Ted Greenwald, Andrew Zawacki, John Crowley, Virginia Heatter, Roland Prevost, Lauren Levin, Budd Parr, Laura Moriarty, Adam Clay, Juan J. Morales, Rona Fernandez, Chris Mansel, Bryan Coffelt, Emily Gordon, Bobby Byrd, Kristi Maxwell, Jukka-Pekka Kervinen, Hermit-Sage Tradition, Brian Strang, Kyle Schlesinger, Bill Peschel, Shelley Powers, Clancy Ratliff, Elizabeth Treadwell, Sam Rasnake, Benito Vergara, Heather O'Neill, Roger Mitchell, Paul Hoover, Rita Degli Esposti, Rob McLennan, Kirby Olson, Bill Borneman, C. Harris Stevens, Curtis Gale Weeks, Spencer Selby, Jeremy James Thompson, Catherine Theis, Weldon Hunter, Bonnie Jean Michalski, Harvey Goldner, Mazie Louise Montgomery, Raina Leon, Lauren Krueger, Litsa Spathi, Don Illich, Rachel Dacus, David H. Thomas, Jeffery Bahr, Larry Smith, Zachary Schomburg, Steven Moore, Ecce Mulier, David Hernandez, Edward Williams, Brent Hendricks, Tom Hopkins, Wes Smiderle, Brent Cunningham, Tony Trigilio, Harvey Bialy, Nicole Steinberg, Dominic Fox, Jessica Schneider, Jennifer Rogers, Alan Sondheim, Barbara Maloutas, Robert Creeley, Lloyd Schwartz, Kyle Stich, Laila Lalami, Andrew Philip, Brian Salchert, Lisa Robertson, Pearl Pirie, Jack Kimball, Lars Amund Vaage, Charles Alexander, Caroline Wilkinson, Debby Florence, Anna Evans, William Allegrezza, Gerald Hausman, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Ernesto Priego, Cid Corman, Sumaila Isah Umaisha, Carol Peters, Ed Baker, Joseph Harrington, Peggy Kelley, Sean Whelan, Todd Colby, Reza Shirazi, Julie Carr, David Valentinovia, Donna Strickland, Adam Tobin, Ryan Clifford Daley, Chad Parenteau, Jack Hughes, Irv Muchnick, Heather Christle, Angela Vasquez-Giroux, Vivian Vavassis, Ted Stimpfle, Sean Reagan, Jonathan Jones, Anna Fulford, John Cotter, Jee Leong Koh, Siel, Wendy Wisner, Todd Suomela, Tomas S. Butkus, John Tyson/Kelly Conway, C.S. Carrier, Chris Hamilton-Emery, The Pines, Michael Helsem, Sandra Simonds, Brent Goodman, Matvei Yankelevich, Katia Kapovich, Bill Piety, Rod McKuen, Alice Notley, Rebecca Morgan Frank, Stephen Kirbach, Juan Jose Flores, Janine Pommy Vega, David Prater, Jason Camlot, Pilar Olabarria, Denise Low, Hannah Craig, Catherine Daly, Michael Ford, Brandon Shimoda, Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, Denise Duhamel, Ken Springtail, Dan Featherston, Robert Wodzinski, Philip Trussell, Travis Jay Morgan, Cheryl Clark, James Cook, Douglas J. Belcher, Jennifer Mulligan, Edward Byrne, Lars Palm, Tom Phillips, Kathleen Rooney, Jackie Sheeler, Mark Granier, Frank Wilson, Michelle Bautista, Patrick Durgin, Logan Ryan Smith, Alli Warren, Tony Trehy, Emma Barnes, Ashraf Osman, Joseph Bradshaw, Yuan Mei, Jan Zwicky, Annie Finch, K. Silem Mohammad, John Bloomberg-Rissman, Helen Losse, Jim Behrle, Jenni Russell, Travis Nichols, Ray Davis, Brenda Iijima, J.P. Craig, David Kirschenbaum, Joy Hendrickson-Turner, Woody Haut, Scott Inguito, A.M. Correa, Jen Tynes, Sasha Frere Jones, Annie Guthrie, Melanie Miller, Steve Halle, Ian Keenan, Kerryn Goldsworthy, Sherry Chandler, Debra Di Blasi, Justin Marks, Lex Camena, Craig Teicher, Amanda Cook, Aimee Nezhukumatathil, Craig Perez, Clay Banes, Chelsea Hotel, Tao Lin, A.E. Stallings, Sharon Brogan, Barbara Henning, William Michaelian, Rebecca Loudon, Lisa Lorenz, Katie Acheson, Jess Mynes, Anna L. Conti, George Murray, Jennifer Bartlett, Jean Valentine, Dylan Kinnett, Matina Stamatakis, Brandi Homan, Jessica Lawless, Matt Christie, Birdie Jaworski, Wei Ying-Wu, Miyazawa Kenji, Libby Rosof, Martin Edmond, Jasper Bernes, Michael Gause, Rus Bowden, Wang Ping, Betsy Andrews, David Forbes, David McDuff, John Latta, Daniel Bradley, Marita Dachsel, Richard Lopez, Ron Hogan, Mikey Golightly, Esa Makijarvi, Jozef Imrich, Thomas Basböll, Lesley Yalen, Lloyd Mintern, Nick Piombino, Jessica Tillyer, F. 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Fine, Dick Jones, Kristine Danielson, Mike Nicoloff, Joy Garnett, Eric Alterman, William Keckler, Emily Crocker, Miriam Burstein, Tony Green, Lizzie Skurnick, Kaz Maslanka, Blake Butler, Jim McGrath, Ron Slate, Aaron McCollough, Dave Winer, Gerard Van der Luen, Seth Abramson, Christopher Salerno, Bob Arnold, Barbara Smith, David Maney, Jane Holland, Oliver de la Paz, Cara Benson, Zoe Strauss, Nathan Curnow, Sarah O'Brien, Michael Schiavo, Maria Damon, Lance Phillips, Alan de Niro, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Michael Wells, Red Pine, Reb Livingston, J.P. Rangaswami, Pirooz M. Kalayeh, Sherri Wood, Collin Kelley, Christine Stewart, Paul Holman, Kevin Thurston, Ross White, Kara Hearn, Gina Myers, Olde Quietude, Dylan Hock, Tim Martin, Steve Smith, John Findura, David Alexander Davies, Susan M. Schultz, Laura Carter, Nick Carbo, Suzanne Frischkorn, Derek Beaulieu, Cherilyn Ferroggiaro, Carol Snow, Scott Esposito, Andrew Lundwall, Steve Caratzas, James Finnegan, Ada Limon, Anthony Robinson, Pam Brown, Hillary Gravendyk, Cathy Park Hong, Steve Evans, Stephen Brockwell, Jordan Scott, Danny Snelson, Susan Denning, Alan Baker, Tom McCarthy, Daphne Gottlieb, Luc Simonic, Lucy Ives, Paul Lyons, Sean Casey, Bryson Newhart, Carmen Racovitza, Charles Deemer, Kendra Malone, Robert Chrysler, Sina Fazelpour, Patrick Rosal, F.A. Nettelbeck, Bill Lavender, Jonathan Ball, Lina ramona Vitkauskas, Patrick Lovelace, Alfred Arteaga, Seth Parker, Firoze Shakir, Amy Bernier, David MacDuff, Gary L. McDowell, John Gallaher, Sawako Nakayasu, Jerome Rothenberg, Mike O'Connor, Dorianne Laux, Anne Kellas, Ross Priddle, Franco Beltrametti, Jeff Calhoun, Teresa Ballard, Joseph Duemer, Maryrose Larkin, Allen Taylor, and many more . . . .

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  1. Blogger ryan | September 28, 2008 at 12:50 PM |  

    Hey guys, I don't mean to be a dick, but I was just wondering when I sent you work or when you asked for permission to print something of mine, because I don't remember that happening. Thanks\

    ryan fitzpatrick

  2. Blogger Rose | September 28, 2008 at 1:05 PM |  

    What he said.

  3. Blogger Kristen Iskandrian | September 28, 2008 at 1:31 PM |  

    yes...what is this exactly?

  4. Blogger Tad Richards | September 28, 2008 at 3:13 PM |  

    Same question. I only found out about this through Google alert. What's the story?

  5. Blogger Sean Bonney | September 28, 2008 at 3:25 PM |  

    This comment has been removed by the author.

  6. Blogger Sean Bonney | September 28, 2008 at 3:35 PM |  

    I mean, I don't mind particularly, but . . . . .

  7. Blogger Ed Baker | September 28, 2008 at 3:54 PM |  

    I could say something,
    however

    I am very shy and (mostly) reticent and never offer a comment without a proper introduction

    never-the-less:

    what of mine are you using and where did you get it?

  8. Blogger Kaz Maslanka | September 28, 2008 at 3:56 PM |  

    How funny!
    Maybe they are trying to find the statistics of how many poets use Google alerts.
    :)

    4000 page pdf ... Jeezeus

  9. Blogger Tad Richards | September 28, 2008 at 4:33 PM |  

    Some big names included -- I'm sure also without permission. I noticed Jack Spicer and Jean Valentine.

  10. Blogger Jonathan Ball | September 28, 2008 at 7:12 PM |  

    I also require the specifics... I am not necessarily against the idea, however I demand to be contacted prior to my work appearing for publication.

  11. Blogger Ed Baker | September 28, 2008 at 7:19 PM |  

    ahhhhh the magic of computer garbage!

    these guys appear to be 20 year olds filching internet poetry...

    garbage breeds garbage! and rats.. and you can get a degree (credentials) via this crap!

  12. Blogger Joseph Hutchison | September 28, 2008 at 7:55 PM |  

    I DO mind not being asked. What's up with this?

    Joseph Hutchison

  13. Blogger Ed Baker | September 28, 2008 at 8:00 PM |  

    it is 20 year old computer geeks horse shit!

    it is symptomatic of where we are with
    Poetry and Academia!

    Democratization of Literary-our-shit!

    let us take out anothe loan and get another post BA degree!

  14. Blogger drosspriddle | September 28, 2008 at 8:23 PM |  

    yeah, i think it's mostly just a big joke...

    publish away boys, publish away!

    i don't care if it's in this bucket or that bucket...

    it's all the same bucket!

  15. Blogger Ed Baker | September 28, 2008 at 8:29 PM |  

    it is called a "Slop Bucket" or

    sometimes a

    "Thunder Bucket"

    we take ours out and dump the dreck over the fence into our neighbor's yard...

    and await a reply!

  16. Blogger Bernadette Geyer | September 28, 2008 at 8:39 PM |  

    Yeah. I'd like to know which of my poems you plan to use. I never sent you anything for consideration.

  17. Blogger Nicholas Manning | September 28, 2008 at 9:12 PM |  

    I think this is basically the whole "poetry community". I suppose it's nice to see us "all" in one place.

    Of course it's a gag. I think.

    It's *sort of* funny.

    If they publish the PDF that will be different.

    For the moment I'm grinning at them wryly.

  18. Blogger Evan J. Peterson | September 28, 2008 at 10:13 PM |  

    Looks like culture jamming to me, and I heartily approve of culture jamming.

    Perhaps it's the author's way of using our own "interest" in Google alerts to call our attention here. It worked.

    Publish me all the live long day, kids!

  19. Blogger Evan J. Peterson | September 28, 2008 at 10:19 PM |  

    P.S.-- I would love to interview any poet named Hermit-Sage Tradition. I can't believe I fell for that.

  20. Blogger F. A. Nettelbeck | September 28, 2008 at 10:29 PM |  

    JESUS FUCK you put one word behind one word or in front of the other word and it STILL don't mean shit to a tree. That's a poem motherfuckers and in the end no one owns it. I'd rather have your water or pistol or bitch. See you at the ATM.

  21. Blogger j.henry | September 28, 2008 at 10:49 PM |  

    ooo! new poems from spicer, creeley *&* chaucer! -- can't wait for this!

    hasten to add: notable absence, where is LZ?!?!? thot you guys got some words frm him too!?

    gorgeous comments box -- black sheepish a daily reader here!

    xoxo
    j.h c

  22. Blogger Joseph | September 29, 2008 at 12:11 AM |  

    Sweet. Glad I made the cut.

  23. Blogger Jack Morgan | September 29, 2008 at 7:00 AM |  

    My work is as important and serious as motorcycle clubs to the future of the United States of America.

    I break jaws for poetry.


    The wind flies past your legs at break-neck speeds and leaves horizontal scratches

    Becket pronounced Godot "God-o"
    It's cool with me, daddy-o.
    Don't break my nose, Coolio.

    America stopped being cool
    with the birth of the MFA program.
    I am not America.

    Poetry stopped being important
    when someone seriously looked at someone else and said, "you know what we should call this shit?"
    "What?" Someone else said.
    "Poetry," Someone said.
    "Cool!" Someone else said.
    And nothing ever was again.

  24. Blogger Annuschka | September 29, 2008 at 7:14 AM |  

    So shall we go now?

    Anne Kellas

  25. Blogger gary barwin | September 29, 2008 at 9:24 AM |  

    I know this anthology will arrive. If not today, then tomorrow. They promised today...or tomorrow.

    *

    It's like that Google Alert I've created for God. Whenever he appears, I'll be the first to know. I'll be alerted. I'm sure it'll be soon.

    He'll be happy to see *my* book.

    *

    I'm just going to wait here for the anthology in the shade of the PDF-less tree.

  26. Blogger Ed Baker | September 29, 2008 at 9:28 AM |  

    waiting waiting waiting under the "shade of that Bodhi Tree" for Go-Dough?

    speaking of "god" her she is!

    http://edbaker.maikosoft.com/pictures/art030.jpg

  27. Blogger Chris Mansell | September 29, 2008 at 10:06 AM |  

    Yeah, I use google alerts too. If it's research, it's pretty lame; if it's for real, contact me first before you use anything.

    Otherwise, nice typing.


    www.chrismansell.com

  28. Blogger Bill Peschel | September 29, 2008 at 10:29 AM |  

    This is annoying. I am not a poet and have never published any poetry anywhere.

    Scrape anything from my site and run it here, and I'll ship a DMCA complaint to Google.

    Now, not-so-kindly piss off.

  29. Blogger Tad Richards | September 29, 2008 at 11:10 AM |  

    Can all 4,000 of us get together and have a party when it comes out?

  30. Blogger paul siegell | September 29, 2008 at 11:26 AM |  

    pretty funny. can't wait to see what this is.

  31. Blogger Jonathan Ball | September 29, 2008 at 11:59 AM |  

    It is a bit early to praise or condemn this, methinks. However, it is definitely not cool for the editors to not respond to concerns by the authors by refusing to post a clarification of the project.

  32. Blogger John B-R | September 29, 2008 at 12:05 PM |  

    I'm on the same line w/Annie Finch and K Silem Mohammad; how cool. I have no problem w/culture jamming or what ever else this might be (I sample, so how could I?) but it would be intersting to hear the back story ...

  33. Blogger rob mclennan | September 29, 2008 at 12:10 PM |  

    i also do not recall sending work, or anyone asking permissions;

    besides, you shouldnt be upper-casing me name; if you'd spoke to me, i woulda told you such;

    rob mclennan

  34. Blogger Kaz Maslanka | September 29, 2008 at 2:48 PM |  

    Well one positive thing for me is that I have met some interesting poets and seen some interesting work from this ordeal even if it doesn't get published.

    Jam on!

    Kaz

  35. Blogger Ken | September 29, 2008 at 2:54 PM |  

    Well, thank God I was not included. Too goddamn many people, though some of them are really good. Others rate a loud WTF.

  36. Blogger Bryan Coffelt | September 29, 2008 at 3:25 PM |  

    Sweeeeeeeeeeet.

    Why are all these people so god damned upset by this? Grow a funny bone.

  37. Blogger Skip Fox | September 29, 2008 at 4:09 PM |  

    Andy Kaufman as muse? Hucksterism as a haven? Charlatan cantos? Scam sonnets? Geez.

    Why learn how to be a writer when you can pull chains and blow whistles without even opening a dictionary?

    (Of course, it's a better road to notoriety than shooting up a cnapus.)

  38. Blogger Collin | September 29, 2008 at 6:44 PM |  

    I'm with Evan on this. Jam away. Some very interesting company to be in.

  39. Blogger LM Rivera | September 30, 2008 at 4:11 AM |  

    what?

    who?

    I don't know...

  40. Blogger Matina L. Stamatakis | September 30, 2008 at 10:30 AM |  

    This is quite comical. Has every living (and dead) poet been accounted for? We need a roll call..."here".

    All jokes aside, I don't care if they use/abuse my work. It's there for the pecking.

  41. Blogger Matina L. Stamatakis | September 30, 2008 at 10:31 AM |  

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  42. Blogger fissuresofmen | September 30, 2008 at 3:26 PM |  

    I heartily agree with all of those who embrace this idea. Come on people - it's not like this work of poetry is making you money! I love it - consumption sans capital.

  43. Blogger Weldon Gardner Hunter | October 1, 2008 at 6:23 PM |  

    Bill Peschel is my favourite poet!

  44. Blogger Kendra Grant Malone | October 1, 2008 at 9:03 PM |  

    <3<3<3

  45. Blogger Louise | October 1, 2008 at 10:38 PM |  

    hey cool, that's the blogs for ya.
    it's the end of the world as we know it, all over again. bring it on...

  46. Blogger Nick Piombino | October 2, 2008 at 3:20 AM |  

    There has been talk of a poetry bailout. Is this it?

  47. Blogger TED BURKE | October 2, 2008 at 9:28 AM |  

    Hi guys! Where's the bar?

  48. Blogger MaryAnn McCarra-Fitzpatrick | October 2, 2008 at 9:47 AM |  

    Hey there!

    Just curious to know which of my poems will be included.

    Thanks,

    MaryAnn McCarra-Fitzpatrick

    http://mccarra--poetry.blogspot.com

  49. Blogger ljs | October 3, 2008 at 11:31 AM |  

    Nick - apparently the House Republicans aren't ready yet to vote on the poetry bailout. They're fearful of the scary socialist repercussions of government intervention in poetry. What if the people starting spelling light lighght?

    No news yet on whether Ex-Chairman Gioia is suspending his campaign in order to come to the "rescue."

  50. Blogger Kaz Maslanka | October 3, 2008 at 11:39 AM |  

    Brilliant ljs!

  51. Blogger Nicole Peyrafitte | October 3, 2008 at 9:19 PM |  

    The poem "loving as silver" on page 3656 is NOT by Nicole Peyrafitte. I am Nicole and I never wrote this poem and never I was contacted for work by this publication.
    Please remove this text asap and do let me know when it is done.
    Thank you

  52. Blogger Ray Succre | October 3, 2008 at 10:23 PM |  

    I think the entire project is 'composed' from bits of things we've written, likely collected online, and probably whole poems.

    I remember back when BABBLE.EXE was one of the better analyzers one could get. Did you use one of Kurzweil's programs, or make your own (hats off, if you did)? Methinks you've used a Markov chain.

    Totally cool, if you ask me. I used to do a lot of storming off machine-gen output. Your project will come in pretty handy. Thank you.

  53. Blogger Kaz Maslanka | October 3, 2008 at 10:23 PM |  

    The buffoonery attributed to me is not my work either however; I am not going to get in a huff because I don’t think anyone is taking this stuff seriously. I think it is a big joke played on a part of the poetry community.

    Do the hokie pokie and you turn yourself around …
    :)

  54. Blogger Crystal Curry | October 4, 2008 at 2:47 AM |  

    From what I can tell, the poems in "Issue 1" are a lot more interesting than the poems I could find by most of the "enraged" authors in these comment boxes. Most would do well to take some notes...

  55. Blogger Jonathan Ball | October 4, 2008 at 1:42 PM |  

    i think people are getting a bit too worked up about this. i do not mind my name being coopted so much as i mind being part of a project that is pointless and boring. very bland almost-lyrical poems attributed to random writers in an anthology so large as to be unreadable just does not capture the imagination. if anything it shows how formulaic the pseudolyrical impulse is, but we already knew that. perhaps this is a conceptual piece intended to showcase how poets feel tied to their poems, even if they eschew the lyrical, but in this case it would only make sense to select the poets in a very particular fashion and this entire thing just seems random, bland, and dumb.

  56. Blogger Ryan | October 4, 2008 at 7:11 PM |  

    This is justified: creative commons is all about sharing and caring and making up poems that one clearly didn't write.

  57. Blogger Annuschka | October 5, 2008 at 6:48 AM |  

    Ryan had said: "This is justified: creative commons is all about sharing and caring and making up poems that one clearly didn't write."

    Well, Ryan, no it is not justified, you can't get away with dragging in the concept of Creative Commons: CC. involves rights, the rights of an author who has giiven very specific consent to certain (re-)use of their words in an online environment.

    Whoever thought up this whole thing needs to know that the internet and open access publishing and creative commons and all that jazz is not a licence to abuse writers.

    I really resent having a false poem out there that claims to be mine.

    I really resent having my name attached to a bunch of random words that I did not write.

    Do you know what? Having someone manipulating strings like this is nothing short of nasty. It is not at all funny to be used in this way, it is not cool, it is not pleasant, and in fact, it feels like a kind of abuse, a kind of identity theft.

    It also feels uncomfortably like internet fraud, it tastes like spam, and a Nigerian scam all rolled into one.

    It feels to me as though the authors of this whole thing are trying awfully hard to be clever with a postmodern deconstructionist semiotic trick, when what they are really doing is playing with real lives. All this fiddling while Rome burns and people die of real things like hunger and grief and a lack of love... What a waste of TIME.

    I suppose you guys will delete my post. The final act of your assertion over my powerlessness will then be complete.

    Get a life, get real, get off your computer and go and climb a mountain, go for a walk, watch the dawn sky, the moonlit night: wake up!

  58. Blogger Ed Baker | October 5, 2008 at 6:59 AM |  

    our Kultchur?

    we've , on every level, become a Culture of Pimps!


    take our Phd's in absolute whoring/pimping

    and mostly 'we' are Ignorant, Angry, and Greedy! etc

  59. Blogger Jow Lindsay | October 5, 2008 at 10:39 AM |  

    This is fine

  60. Blogger lana18 | October 6, 2008 at 10:04 AM |  

    hi there,

    this is terribly strange. my name appears in the contributor list with a poem I have never written nor do I know who the author. nice poem but not me.

    is this some hyper-text performance piece?
    what's the reaction you want from these authors?
    have we met? was i drunk?

    for now, kindly remove my name.

  61. Blogger Barton | October 6, 2008 at 12:27 PM |  

    I wrote three of the poems in the journal, however, they were not attributed to me. while, indeed, there may be another poet with my name out there, I highly doubt there are three poems exactly as I have written them by someone other than me. becaue I am very unique. in fact, I am one of kind. okay...no more parsing. I am a genius. my poems, also, are genius. at least three of them are.

  62. Blogger Peter Minter | October 7, 2008 at 8:24 AM |  

    i so wish i was a part too

  63. Blogger Obododimma Oha | October 7, 2008 at 11:59 AM |  

    Annuschka, expressing disgust for the publication, wrote as follows: "It also feels uncomfortably like internet fraud, it tastes like spam, and a Nigerian scam all rolled into one." I am surprised that Annuschuka does not know that scam (or crime generally) has no nationality, and it is nothing short of illiteracy to talk of a "Nigerian scam". There is no American scam, even though people like Al Capone and the whole crowd of mobs that reigned in America taught the whole world some terrible things in conmanship. Very long ago, Daniel Bell published "Crime as an American Way of Life" in Antioch Review. I think Annuschka should start his basic lessons on "Nigerian scam" from there.

  64. Blogger dead.to.john@gmail.com | October 24, 2008 at 1:48 PM |  

    damn I can retire now!
    :P
    -LJ

  65. OpenID mjtanner3141 | July 19, 2009 at 9:11 PM |  

    Evidently, Worozbyt doesn't care if you pirate his hogwash.

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