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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by superstar1(m): 9:57am On Nov 12, 2015
Seems all the yoruba reps in this new cabinet are o younger generation, apart from Lai Mohammed.

I hope Lai Mohammed will not kill us with propaganda.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by zimoni(f): 9:58am On Nov 12, 2015
tupacshakur:


I wonder how male OB/GYNs feel and COPE when they are faced with their wives' HOLES? (Rhyme )

Zimoni, Aareonakakanfo, Shymm3x, abeg...As dem don dissect, peruse and finger enough toto, their wives toto go still dey arouse dem so?

I'm proud of the Prof. My dad and most of my Uncles attended Ilesha Grammar school.

Congrats to a distinguished Ijesa man!

Awaa ti Ilesha, a l'enu bi ibon!


Beeni ke.....Awa ti Ilesha lenu bi shakabulla grin grin

Bro, you shouldn't have used the word t*t*. I think it's lewd. London would have been better. Here in Abuja, we call it London lipsrsealed lipsrsealed lipsrsealed

Oh boy, those gynecologist dey try ooooo. They have dipped their hands into various Londons, they have seen various Londons. Yet, they still get aroused by their wives' Londons. Dem dey try walahi cheesy cheesy

Ilesha Grammar School (81yrs old) is one of the successful high schools in Nigeria, the school has produced a lot of prominent Nigerians.

Not many know that prominent personalities like Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye, General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God; is a product of the school. Same goes for Alhaji Lateef Kayode Jakande, the first Executive Governor of Lagos State. The present Vice Chancellor of the University of Ibadan, Prof. Adewole, a renowned Gynaecologist was also a student of Ilesa Grammar School. Oba Adeteju Adeyeye, Ado-Oko of Ido-Oko in Ijesaland, Hon. Justice Salihu Modibbo Alfa Belgore, a retired Chief Justice of Nigeria, Prof. Ephraim Ayoola, Justice Kayode Esho, Alhaji Wahab Iyanda Folawiyo (late), Prof. Sola Adeyeye, Justice Oyeluyi Agbaje-Williams, Engr. Josiah Agbeja, Chief Bandele Aiku, Dr. Festus Ajayi, Justice Emmanuel Araka, Ambassador Akinola Ashimolowo, Engr. Emmanuel Awoyinfa, Mr. Tayo Ayeni, the Westown Hotel boss and Justice Ayoola to mention a few are all old boys of the school. They have since become part of the success story of Ilesa Grammar School. They are all doing well in their endeavours. While many of the old students of IGS are based in Nigeria, some are living abroad, flying high the flag of the school.

https://citypeoplemag./2012/08/22/why-ilesa-grammar-school-is-popular-%E2%80%A2some-prominent-men-who-are-products-of-the-school/
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 10:02am On Nov 12, 2015
Ibebe:


lmaoooooooooo did you watch all the funny gifs/memes/videos people created to mock this video? grin grin grin grin


Love the song tho. I like Drake, but I wish he'd broaden his horizon.

This is my ultimate Drake song.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPzw07HDuBw


I've seen a number of those but I still can't get enough.

It is so bad that the song has actually grown on me and I find myself singing it every now and then.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 10:09am On Nov 12, 2015
superstar1:
Seems all the yoruba reps in this new cabinet are o younger generation, apart from Lai Mohammed.

I hope Lai Mohammed will not kill us with propaganda.

O yes! Superstar baba is indeed from Osun grin

Just playing around sir.

It is to be expected Lai will cover up for the APC government at the federal level wherever they gaffe or perform inadequately.

4 years is not enough to resolve corruption not to mention prosecute or recover loots.

4 years is not enough to fix economic, roads, gas, housing etc problems as bad as everything got after the last administration.

APC will use propaganda to 'achieve' most of its promises.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by zimoni(f): 10:19am On Nov 12, 2015
Shymm3x:


I don't know. You can post his profile.

But I do know he has a new banging tune with 50cent called "Lotto".


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKC_GU1c7vo

Whaooooooooooo

I really enjoyed the video.

Egbon 9jacrip, please how can I post youtube vide here? I've been here for years still I don't know how to do it because I don't do it. I've always attached pincshure.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 10:28am On Nov 12, 2015
zimoni:


Whaooooooooooo

I really enjoyed the video.

Egbon 9jacrip, please how can I post youtube vide here? I've been here for years still I don't know how to do it because I don't do it. I've always attach pincshure.

Just copy the link to the video and paste it here.

There's no special way to go about it.


Shymm3x

Duke, I've seen that Rotimi dude in a number of videos and I think he's in 50's 'Power' mini episodes. I didn't know he is Yoruba until I saw that lotto video on Worldstarhiphop.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by DollyParton1(f): 10:45am On Nov 12, 2015
zimoni:


Beeni ke.....Awa ti Ilesha lenu bi shakabulla grin grin

Bro, you shouldn't have used the word t*t*. I think it's lewd. London would have been better. Here in Abuja, we call it London lipsrsealed lipsrsealed lipsrsealed

Oh boy, those gynecologist dey try ooooo. They have dipped their hands into various Londons, they have seen various Londons. Yet, they still get aroused by their wives' Londons. Dem dey try walahi cheesy cheesy
Lol... I remember we asked a certain lady who was almost a gynecologist, and was engaged another gynecologist how does she feel with her fiance been a gynecologist and always seeing and touching vaginas and stuffs.

Her reply was that " after seeing and touching broken vaginas all day, he should be grateful for my unbroken vigina"

cheesy cheesy

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by DollyParton1(f): 10:51am On Nov 12, 2015
Aareonakakanfo:


If I had a CV of this quality,I'd walk into the interview room with my singlet



Lol....
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by superstar1(m): 10:52am On Nov 12, 2015
9jacrip:


O yes! Superstar baba is indeed from Osun grin

Just playing around sir.

It is to be expected Lai will cover up for the APC government at the federal level wherever they gaffe or perform inadequately.

4 years is not enough to resolve corruption not to mention prosecute or recover loots.

4 years is not enough to fix economic, roads, gas, housing etc problems as bad as everything got after the last administration.

APC will use propaganda to 'achieve' most of its promises.

Lol. You are not serious.

We need to see something something tangible from them before they can have our votes in 2019.

Going by the calamity of a governor we have in Osun, I will never touch APC with the long pole. He can use propaganda to wake up the dead. Unfortunately, the citizens are educated but not exposed. They accept his propaganda hook line and sinker.

Looking at it the other way around, at least Fash, Amosun and Ajimobi are from the same party.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by zimoni(f): 10:59am On Nov 12, 2015
DollyParton1:

Lol... I remember we asked a certain lady who was almost a gynecologist, and was engaged another gynecologist how does she feel with her fiance been a gynecologist and always seeing and touching vaginas and stuffs.

Her reply was that " after seeing and touching broken vaginas all day, he should be grateful for my unbroken vigina"

cheesy cheesy

Lol.

What a response. Those guys dey try. I no fit.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 11:01am On Nov 12, 2015
superstar1:


Lol. You are not serious.

We need to see something something tangible from them before they can have our votes in 2019.

Going by the calamity of a governor we have in Osun, I will never touch APC with the long pole. He can use propaganda to wake up the dead. Unfortunately, the citizens are educated but not exposed. They accept his propaganda hook line and sinker.

Looking at it the other way around, at least Fash, Amosun and Ajimobi are from the same party.

E ma binu o egbon mi, I was hoping you would catch the humour and not get offended. Such a cool person smiley

APC has a solid propaganda machine, those folks sabi lie and arouse emotion based loyalty from their supporters even in the face of obvious facts.

I've always thought party does not necessarily make good governance but individuals do. Awa ara Osun stupidly voted APC blindly without properly critiquing Aregbe as a viable person.

APC should forget Osun in the next election. While the Amosuns and the Fasholas were putting things to work, uncle Aregbe was making a porridge out of Osun while taking whiffs of his porridge from his helicopter he flies around the state.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by jstbeinhonest(m): 11:07am On Nov 12, 2015
Honestly,I hope PDP wins Osun come 2018.It would be an insult on the people if Aregbe continues this way and APC is still re-elected.Aregbe hasn't completed any capital project this 8 republic.I am just glad he has paid salaries.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by DollyParton1(f): 11:09am On Nov 12, 2015
zimoni:


Lol.

What a response. Those guys dey try. I no fit.
There is nothing there. To those guys, vaginas or brėaśt is just any other part of the body. Except for some perverts sha.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by DollyParton1(f): 11:12am On Nov 12, 2015
jstbeinhonest:
Honestly,I hope PDP wins Osun come 2018.It would be an insult on the people if Aregbe continues this way and APC is still re-elected.Aregbe hasn't completed any capital project this 8 republic.I am just glad he has paid salaries.
I am beginning to see Osun's case as spiritual. First it was Oyinlola and now Aregbe. I think the rulling party should have been switched in Osun as Oyinlola was leaving office.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by DollyParton1(f): 11:15am On Nov 12, 2015
9jacrip:


E ma binu o egbon mi, I was hoping you would catch the humour and not get offended. Such a cool person smiley

APC has a solid propaganda machine, those folks sabi lie and arouse emotion based loyalty from their supporters even in the face of obvious facts.

I've always thought party does not necessarily make good governance but individuals do. Awa ara Osun stupidly voted APC blindly without properly critiquing Aregbe as a viable person.

APC should forget Osun in the next election. While the Amosuns and the Fasholas were putting things to work, uncle Aregbe was making a porridge out of Osun while taking whiffs of his porridge from his helicopter he flies around the state.



Errmmm I disagree. Amosun is not doing shït in Ogun state. Aside the expansion of some major roads. Most of the roads in the capital city are bad.
Dude rode in on Fashola's glory.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 11:17am On Nov 12, 2015
DollyParton1:


Errmmm I disagree. Amosun is not doing shït in Ogun state. Aside the expansion of some major roads. Most of the roads in the capital city are bad.
Dude rode in on Fashola's glory.

Propaganda again I guess?
Going by the stories in the news over investors and photos of housing projects shared on this thread earlier.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by superstar1(m): 11:22am On Nov 12, 2015
9jacrip:


E ma binu o egbon mi, I was hoping you would catch the humour and not get offended. Such a cool person smiley

APC has a solid propaganda machine, those folks sabi lie and arouse emotion based loyalty from their supporters even in the face of obvious facts.

I've always thought party does not necessarily make good governance but individuals do. Awa ara Osun stupidly voted APC blindly without properly critiquing Aregbe as a viable person.

APC should forget Osun in the next election. While the Amosuns and the Fasholas were putting things to work, uncle Aregbe was making a porridge out of Osun while taking whiffs of his porridge from his helicopter he flies around the state.



I was not angry now. I got the joke.

Aregbe successfully 419-ed Osun State. I have never been his fan because I saw through his lies and deceit ab initio.

I knew most of his policies were not sustainable. For almost 5years, you can not point to just 1major project he completed.

APC generally has a freakingly effective propaganda machine in place.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by DollyParton1(f): 11:24am On Nov 12, 2015
9jacrip:


Propaganda again I guess?
Going by the stories in the news over investors and photos of housing projects shared on this thread earlier.

Its all just propaganda. Nothing is happening in Ogun state as far as I know.
I think most people voted Amosun in in Ogun state because of what Fashola was doing in Lagos state.

Actually Amosun did hit the ground running in his first tenure. And then he slacked...

All those news of foreign investors is just news. Yet to see any of those fully on ground.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 11:30am On Nov 12, 2015
DollyParton1:


Its all just propaganda. Nothing is happening in Ogun state as far as I know.
I think most people voted Amosun in in Ogun state because of what Fashola was doing in Lagos state.

Actually Amosun did hit the ground running in his first tenure. And then he slacked...

All those news of foreign investors is just news. Yet to see any of those fully on ground.

Oh well, sad.

I wonder how long we will continue to get fed with propaganda by our elected officials. If what you're saying is true then it makes me sad - too many posts have been put up here connecting Amosun to one laudable project or the other.

I think it is time we stopped cheering to a project on news paper and start verifying if it is indeed on ground.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by modath(f): 11:32am On Nov 12, 2015
DollyParton1:

I am beginning to see Osun's case as spiritual. First it was Oyinlola and now Aregbe. I think the rulling party should have been switched in Osun as Oyinlola was leaving office.

It was switched, Oyinlola was PDP, Aregbe was ACN then, it was the "exit" of OBJ that lumped them together.

Aregbe did well in his 1st term but the gods deafened & blinded him in his 2nd term..... He is on a one way ticket to political oblivion....... But God forbid Omisore rule Ijesa land, the soul of Bola Ige will hunt us... undecided

Osun's fortune is not even looking good cos on both sides, i can't see anybody worth drying out & getting sunburnt for...


@ tupacshaker,

Kare awe ...
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 11:36am On Nov 12, 2015
superstar1:


I was not angry now. I got the joke.

Aregbe successfully 419-ed Osun State. I have never been his fan because I saw through his lies and deceit ab initio.

I knew most of his policies were not sustainable. For almost 5years, you can not point to just 1major project he completed.

APC generally has a freakingly effective propaganda machine in place.

I knew you weren't, I was just sharing what was on my mind before your last post to me.

I wonder why he has not been impeached or stoned to death? Oh at the latter, he is always flying chopper so stoning is not possible.

The road expansion from Osogbo towards Okuku is lying fallow.

Riad expansion at Gbongan has 'tiaun'.

The bridge at Gbongan is fast constituing nuisance along the road.

Implemented education policy has long fallen on its face.

Aregbe ti ba nkan je gan o

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 11:41am On Nov 12, 2015
modath:


It was switched, Oyinlola was PDP, Aregbe was ACN then, it was the "exit" of OBJ that lumped them together.

Aregbe did well in his 1st term but the gods deafened & blinded him in his 2nd term..... He is on a one way ticket to political oblivion....... But God forbid Omisore rule Ijesa land, the soul of Bola Ige will hunt us... undecided

Osun's fortune is not even looking good cos on both sides, i can't see anybody worth drying out & getting sunburnt for...


@ tupacshaker,

Kare awe ...

Iya mi, e jo, what did Aregbe do in his first term o?

His first term was the beginning of downturn for Osun. Other than the road network and flower planting, dude did not do chit in his first term o.

Se first term that he overturned the policy put in place by Oyinlola to run the state university that now has the school struggling to stay afloat?

Eran ni Aregbe o, infact, he is giving Ijesa people a bad name. Ijesa folks are known to be brilliant and successful in whatever field they are but mehn Aregbe ti ba ile je.

Eyin Ijesa will have to support whatever candidate Ife brings apart from maybe Omisore o but going by the votes he amassed during the last election and edi to mu Aregbe right now, if Omisore vies again, he may win o.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by DollyParton1(f): 11:45am On Nov 12, 2015
9jacrip:


Oh well, sad.

I wonder how long we will continue to get fed with propaganda by our elected officials. If what you're saying is true then it makes me sad - too many posts have been put up here connecting Amosun to one laudable project or the other.

I think it is time we stopped cheering to a project on news paper and start verifying if it is indeed on ground.

Yea, I thought he was doing something in Ogun state too until I visited last year, and saw things for myself.
Example is the Ultramodern shopping Complex/mall proposed since 2012 or so. I remember it gained a lot of publicity, people were excited, was also excited. I even called Egba to ask my people about it.

The proposed site (that was formerly a government secretariat) for the complex has been vacated by the government offices since about a year now. The place has been partly demolished for over a year now and that's it. Nothing else is going on there.

Am sure dude will soon come up with another project idea again, gain publicity, people talk about it, and that's all. Nothing more after that. And the cycle continues like that.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by modath(f): 11:48am On Nov 12, 2015
9jacrip:


Iya mi, e jo, what did Aregbe do in his first term o?

His first term was the beginning of downturn for Osun. Other than the road network and flower planting, dude did not do chit in his first term o.

Se first term that he overturned the policy put in place by Oyinlola to run the state university that now has the school struggling to stay afloat?

Eran ni Aregbe o, infact, he is giving Ijesa people a bad name. Ijesa folks are known to be brilliant and successful in whatever field they are but mehn Aregbe ti ba ile je.

Eyin Ijesa will have to support whatever candidate Ife brings apart from maybe Omisore o but going by the votes he amassed during the last election and edi to mu Aregbe right now, if Omisore vies again, he may win o.


We will argue & not have any resolution about Aregbe's 1st term but i can assure you of one thing, The Oyo speaking osun & Ijesha will not vote Omisore....

Do not let us argue about that...
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by DollyParton1(f): 11:51am On Nov 12, 2015
modath:


It was switched, Oyinlola was PDP, Aregbe was ACN then, it was the "exit" of OBJ that lumped them together.

Aregbe did well in his 1st term but the gods deafened & blinded him in his 2nd term..... He is on a one way ticket to political oblivion....... But God forbid Omisore rule Ijesa land, the soul of Bola Ige will hunt us... undecided

Osun's fortune is not even looking good cos on both sides, i can't see anybody worth drying out & getting sunburnt for...


@ tupacshaker,

Kare awe ...
My bad. I thought Oyinlola was AD.
I think we should stop voting in Governors for second term in South West. These dudes always end up bleeding the states dry during their second terms.
Come to think of it, Osun state no just luck when it comes to governors.
Oyinlola na tout.
Aregbe na rascal.
Wonder who is coming up next. Area boy?
My beautiful Osun people need to wake up.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 11:54am On Nov 12, 2015
modath:



We will argue & not have any resolution about Aregbe's 1st term but i can assure you of one thing, The Oyo speaking osun & Ijesha will not vote Omisore....

Do not let us argue about that...

By Oyo speaking you mean the Iwo, Ikire, Ikoyi, Apomu, Gbongan, Ode Omu, Modakeke, Ede, Inisa, Okuku --->>

He recorded solid votes from all these places apart from Modakeke which we expected grin

Ijesa - Ipetu Ijesa, Ilesa, Esa and Esa Oke, Iree and other tiny Ijesa towns spread across?

E consider failure APC o!

Those Modakeke will forever be bitter though. Imagine their king sent me out of his palace after he heard my surname during a visit with him for an interview I needed for my dissertation.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 11:57am On Nov 12, 2015
DollyParton1:

My bad. I thought Oyinlola was AD.
I think we should stop voting in Governors for second term in South West. These dudes always end up bleeding the states dry during their second terms.
Come to think of it, Osun state no just luck when it comes to governors.
Oyinlola na tout.
Aregbe na rascal.
Wonder who is coming up next. Area boy?
My beautiful Osun people need to wake up.

Oyin embezzled and did not touch the roads but he at least was able to erect and run a university without strikes or owed salaries to local and even professors from outside Naija until Aregbe came and all professors began to flee.

Oyinlola kept the state running, let's give him that.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 11:59am On Nov 12, 2015
DollyParton1:


Yea, I thought he was doing something in Ogun state too until I visited last year, and saw things for myself.
Example is the Ultramodern shopping Complex/mall proposed since 2012 or so. I remember it gained a lot of publicity, people were excited, was also excited. I even called Egba to ask my people about it.

The proposed site (that was formerly a government secretariat) for the complex has been vacated by the government offices since about a year now. The place has been partly demolished for over a year now and that's it. Nothing else is going on there.

Am sure dude will soon come up with another project idea again, gain publicity, people talk about it, and that's all. Nothing more after that. And the cycle continues like that.


Lol @ the emboldened. Sounds like what a con man would do.

As someone rightly suggested, we should stop 2 term supports for elected officers, 4 years is enough to focus on an area and excel upon it.

I hope Ogun has a better replacement sha.

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by superstar1(m): 12:01pm On Nov 12, 2015
9jacrip:


I knew you weren't, I was just sharing what was on my mind before your last post to me.

I wonder why he has not been impeached or stoned to death? Oh at the latter, he is always flying chopper so stoning is not possible.

The road expansion from Osogbo towards Okuku is lying fallow.

Riad expansion at Gbongan has 'tiaun'.

The bridge at Gbongan is fast constituing nuisance along the road.

Implemented education policy has long fallen on its face.

Aregbe ti ba nkan je gan o


I do say it to the faces of most of their party top echelon in the state whenever I am in the state.

Atimes they admit that they messed up. They always say Aregbe is stubborn and does not listen to others.

I can assure you that with 50bn Aregbe would have turned around the fortune of State, if he was sincere enough. He could have spread the repayment for 7-8years with a maximum monthly repayment of 600m. Effectively, he would have completed major projects and also have enough for salary payment and daily operational exigencies.

I did the analysis of 50bn for them and they had to agree with me that they messed up. With that amount, his impact on education, agriculture, health, tourism and infrastructure would have been forever.
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by modath(f): 12:02pm On Nov 12, 2015
DollyParton1:

My bad. I thought Oyinlola was AD.
I think we should stop voting in Governors for second term in South West. These dudes always end up bleeding the states dry during their second terms.
Come to think of it, Osun state no just luck when it comes to governors.
Oyinlola na tout.
Aregbe na rascal.
Wonder who is coming up next. Area boy?
My beautiful Osun people need to wake up.

Would have agreed with you if i didn't know BRF..

As for Osun Governors, you didn't yell any Lie, we are the Kogi, Abia & Nasarawa of the SW...



@9jacrip

We will not argue about Omisore, i gree.... Omisore will even be president sef.. cheesy

You schooled in Ife?
Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by superstar1(m): 12:02pm On Nov 12, 2015
modath:



We will argue & not have any resolution about Aregbe's 1st term but i can assure you of one thing, The Oyo speaking osun & Ijesha will not vote Omisore....

Do not let us argue about that...

Omisore is not a saleable candidate.

I will rather have Aregbe than have Omisore

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Re: Yoruba Commonwealth and Politics by Nobody: 12:10pm On Nov 12, 2015
modath:


Would have agreed with you if i didn't know BRF..

As for Osun Governors, you didn't yell any Lie, we are the Kogi, Abia & Nasarawa of the SW...



@9jacrip

We will not argue about Omisore, i gree.... Omisore will even be president sef.. cheesy

You schooled in Ife?



LOL!
APC or PDP, know they have to stay clear of Omisore if they want to field any person from Ife as a candidate.

No, I schooled in Osun State University.

I'm 100% Ife - otun and osi are Ife.

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