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Wasilla Needs Its Village Idiot. Send Sarah Palin Home.

Vote for the McCain-Palin ticket, and you’ll be voting to continue the flood of manufacturing out of the United States. John McCain and Sarah Palin support special tax breaks for corporations that move their factories outside of the borders of the USA, an abandonment of American working families.

wasilla village idiot sarah palin tshirtAs mayor of Wasilla, Sarah Palin encouraged big box stores like Wal-Mart to come to the little village, ruining main street businesses, and selling stuff made in outsourced sweatshops in China. Palin would work with McCain to do to all America what was done to Wasilla.

We need to contain that damage, and put Sarah Palin back in the arena of small town politics, where she can’t do much harm. Wasilla needs its village idiot. In 2008, let’s send Sarah Palin home.

The tshirt you see here, by the way, is made in the United States of America by American Apparel and printed in the USA by Skreened. The people at Skreened and American Apparel aren’t just complaining about the loss of manufacturing jobs overseas. They’re doing something about it – they’re manufacturing!

Americans are losing jobs, losing homes, and losing hope. If we’re going to turn this around, we need to say no to the more-of-the-same campaign of McCain-Palin, but we also need to vote with our wallets, and support made-in-the-USA businesses like Skreened.

20 thoughts on “Wasilla Needs Its Village Idiot. Send Sarah Palin Home.”

  1. prescott says:

    I would like to know where your getting your information in which you speak it as “truth”! Anyone can offer their opinions as colloquial speech however when you back up your words…you are able to show validity. Until then…gobbledygook! (yes…that is a real word)

  2. AT says:

    Well Prescott, if you watched anything other than FOX you would have heard some of these Palin stories before.

  3. Peregrin Wood says:

    Testimony from Anne Kilkenny, resident of Wasilla. This Week with George Stephanopoulos, 5/11/08. 2006 vetting document of Sarah Palin also, among other documents.

    Do you have some kind of evidence, prescott, that John McCain and Sarah Palin support closing tax loopholes for corporations that send jobs overseas? I’d really like to see that. Of course, I’d also love to see a unicorn some day.

  4. Veronica says:

    Why do liberals constantly call the conservatives “bigoted, hateful, and judgmental” but yet I hear the worst garbage spewed from liberals about conservatives. I think you need to check some of your facts. I can’t believe how much info I have seen given as “news” on the television that has been fact checked (by true journalists) and found to be incorrect or just bold face lies. Before spewing garbage, check your facts with reputable people, and then check them again.

  5. Peregrin Wood says:

    Pardon, Veronica, but which facts are wrong? Can you refute a single one?

  6. prescott says:

    Peregrin, are you seriously that naïve to believe one resident of Wasilla? I know of people that would be willing to get on camera and say anything for a few bucks! I am not saying this happened however just as I can’t confirm this to be truth…neither can you confirm what I say to be truth. I will believe a person’s record on how they vote, how they are consistent in their belief’s and how they compare to mine. If someone can dig up FACTUAL DOCUMENTATION showing Palin evidence that Palin is not representing who she is then your vote will not have to cancel mine out. However, if that does not come to fruition… My vote will cancel your vote out! Be open minded to these issues…for both parties involved. Nobody is perfect…however their track record will either show them to be a consistent in their belief’s and convictions with regards to their voting record or it will show them to be a consistent coward by recording numerous votes that were undecided.

    AT: I see you found me here too… fyi… I am diversified in what I watch… CNN, HN, CNBC, FNN (Fox) and any other network willing to have an “opinion” in hopes that I can pull a few facts from each. You referred to me as if you know me by stating I “watch only FOX News”…because I am a Christian…? You see, because I am a Christian, I am held to a higher moral standard by the committment I made to God. My Christian belief is also beneficial to others because I believe in treating people with respect & kindness, I am a responsible American and I believe we need to put the best candidate in the White House. You can not solely base your decision on a candidate’s “plan”! We all know they have big plans for the white house however many of their plans never get implemented. I want to know the facts about the candidate…good, bad, ugly and indifferent. I do not ever want to worry that a candidate may not have our best interest in the forefront of his/her thoughts. This is a huge responsibility for us as Americans and I don’t believe in bashing people…just state the FACTS…not opinions.

  7. Peregrin Wood says:

    Prescott, I didn’t just cite that one resident’s statement. I also cited other documents, and Anne Kilkenny’s account has been verified from other sources.

    You, on the other hand, seem quite willing to believe one resident of Wasilla, without any interviews, press conferences, etc. to back up what she says.

    My, my, but you’re getting shrill and kind of desperate-sounding, prescott.

  8. prescott says:

    Peregrin, “getting shrill and desperate sounding”…NOT EVEN CLOSE!
    Regarding “believing one resident of Wasilla”…I haven’t seen the first interview of a resident of Wasilla!

    I am in agreement with her character, morals, values and votes: See the facts below…doesn’t appear to be hiding anything about herself:

    Sarah Palin on War & Peace
    We don’t know what the plan is to ever end the war. (Aug 2008)
    Wants exit plan; also assurances to keep our troops safe. (Mar 2007)
    We have not been attacked since 2001; so support our troops. (Oct 2006)
    I support the mission of our troops in Iraq. (Oct 2006)
    Our troops in Iraq keep us safe at home. (Oct 2006)
    I support President Bush’s efforts to stop terrorism. (Oct 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Welfare & Poverty
    EITC moves thousands of welfare recipients into workforce. (Jan 2008)
    Recognize Salvation Army and encourage charity to them. (Nov 2007)
    Funding for faith-based initiatives is adequate today. (Oct 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Abortion
    Rejected sympathy for Down’s Syndrome son, as gift from God. (Aug 2008)
    Opposes stem cell research. (Aug 2008)
    Every baby is created with a future and potential. (Aug 2008)
    Safe Haven bill: allow surrendering newborns without penalty. (Feb 2008)
    Adoption is best plan for permanency for foster care kids. (Oct 2007)
    Pro-life. (Nov 2006)
    Choose life, even if her own daughter were raped. (Nov 2006)
    If Roe v. Wade got overturned, let people decide what’s next. (Oct 2006)
    Opposes use of public funds for abortions. (Oct 2006)
    Pro-contraception, pro-woman, pro-life. (Aug 2006)
    Only exception for abortion is if mother’s life would end. (Jul 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Budget & Economy
    Control spending by request if possible; by veto if needed. (Sep 2008)
    $7 billion savings plan for education & transportation. (Dec 2007)
    Reduced general fund spending by $124 million. (Mar 2007)
    Aim to reduce general fund spending by $150 million. (Jan 2007)
    Firm believer in free market capitalism. (Nov 2006)
    Coordinate state tourism marketing but no additional funding. (Oct 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Civil Rights
    Vetoed bill denying benefits to gays, as unconstitutional. (Aug 2008)
    ADA brings expanded freedom to Americans with disabilities. (Jul 2008)
    Recognize Juneteenth to celebrate the end of slavery. (Jun 2008)
    HIV/AIDS among Alaska Natives is public health crisis. (Mar 2008)
    Recognize Martin Luther King holiday. (Jan 2008)
    Comply with same-sex partner benefits despite disagreement. (Dec 2006)
    Marriage only be between and man and a woman. (Nov 2006)
    Value our cultural diversity. (Nov 2006)
    Prefers term “anti-rural” to “anti-Native”. (Nov 2006)
    Special legislative session on same-sex health benefits. (Nov 2006)
    Ok to deny benefits to homosexual couples. (Aug 2006)
    No spousal benefits for same-sex couples. (Jul 2006)
    Top priorities include preserving definition of “marriage”. (Jul 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Corporations
    Governor must act as effective CEO on behalf of Alaskans. (Nov 2006)
    Encourage small business growth by reducing business taxes. (Nov 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Crime
    Establish “FBI Day” to support fighting global crime. (Jun 2008)
    Register sex offenders; & investigate internet sex crimes. (Jun 2008)
    Victims’ rights are critical to “justice for all”. (Mar 2008)
    We are tough on crime and beefing up law enforcement. (Jan 2008)
    Collect DNA samples from felons. (Jun 2007)
    Gang members on probation must wear electronic monitors. (Jun 2007)
    Maximum sentence for first-degree murder by police. (Apr 2007)
    If legislature passed death penalty law, I would sign it. (Nov 2006)
    Strong public safety presence, via police, courts & prisons. (Nov 2006)
    Death penalty for adults who murder children. (Oct 2006)
    No special hate-crime laws; all heinous crime is hate-based. (Jul 2006)
    No expansion of gambling in Alaska. (Jul 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Drugs
    Highway fatalities down because of strict drunk driving laws. (Aug 2008)
    Maintain alcohol sale database; bar giving alcohol to minors. (Jun 2007)
    Questions cruise ship gambling, under casino gambling ban. (Oct 2006)
    Opposes legalizing marijuana, but meth is greater threat. (Aug 2006)
    Smoked marijuana when it was legal under Alaska law. (Aug 2006)
    Top priorities include gangs & drugs; they harm family life. (Jul 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Education
    Teach creationism alongside evolution in schools. (Aug 2008)
    Supports teaching intelligent design in public schools. (Aug 2008)
    294 Alaska public schools progressed under NCLB. (Aug 2008)
    School debate should focus on accountability. (Jan 2008)
    Committed to providing strong education, including morals. (Jan 2008)
    Budget funds education, but will to work is also critical. (Jan 2008)
    Court ruling against NEA: state adequately funds education. (Jun 2007)
    Fully fund K-12 and support early funding of education. (Jan 2007)
    Supports $20 million needs-based aid for U. Alaska. (Nov 2006)
    Forward-fund K-12 schools to allow better planning. (Nov 2006)
    Supports charter schools, home schools, & other alternatives. (Nov 2006)
    Target early education programs to at-risk groups. (Nov 2006)
    Alignment between parents, teachers, schools, & business. (Nov 2006)
    Faith-based materials ok in homeschooling. (Nov 2006)
    ABC method: back to basics, plus patriotism & ethics. (Nov 2006)
    Supports parental choice for what is best for their children. (Nov 2006)
    Don’t push school boards on creationism but allow discussion. (Oct 2006)
    I believe we have a creator; and many theories of evolution. (Oct 2006)
    Support charters & home schools; not private school vouchers. (Oct 2006)
    Let parents opt out of schoolbooks they find offensive. (Jul 2006)
    Parents know best, about school spending & school age. (Jul 2006)
    Pledge of Allegiance with ‘Under God’ is good enough. (Jul 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Energy & Oil
    Produce more of our own oil & gas, for national security. (Sep 2008)
    Gas pipeline:history’s largest private-sector infrastructure. (Sep 2008)
    More pipelines; more nukes; more coal; more alternatives. (Sep 2008)
    Claimed major triumph: $500 million subsidy for gas pipeline. (Aug 2008)
    Global warming affects Alaska, but is not man-made. (Aug 2008)
    Resource rebate: suspend AK 8-cent fuel tax for one year. (Aug 2008)
    Gasline Inducement Act: 1,715-mile natural gas pipeline. (Aug 2008)
    Commercialize Alaska’s North Slope natural gas. (Aug 2008)
    Appointed an Alaska oil and gas commissioner. (Aug 2008)
    To win, GOP must push energy independence. (Aug 2008)
    Agrees with Obama on more Alaska oil & gas production. (Aug 2008)
    Windfall oil profits tax prevents investment. (Aug 2008)
    Lift moratorium on offshore drilling. (Jul 2008)
    Convinced McCain to drill offshore; not yet on drilling ANWR. (Jul 2008)
    Exxon-Mobil should pay $507 million for Exxon Valdez spill. (Jul 2008)
    Unlock ANWR; we’re ready, willing and able to contribute. (Jun 2008)
    Energy relief plan: $100 per person monthly, for oil & gas. (May 2008)
    Bush is right: drill ANWR & develop our own supplies. (Apr 2008)
    Fully fund for the Petroleum Systems Integrity Office. (Feb 2008)
    $250M for proven alternative energy, including wind & hydro. (Jan 2008)
    Gas pipelines are approved if they meet Alaska’s needs. (Jan 2008)
    National energy policy not an either/or proposition. (Nov 2007)
    Fund cellulosic biofuel research in Farm Bill. (Oct 2007)
    Submitted legislation to build natural AGIA gas pipeline. (Mar 2007)
    Stranded Gas Development Act no longer applies. (Nov 2006)
    Get ANWR open. (Nov 2006)
    Chaired the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission. (Nov 2006)
    Pursue gasline plan that is best for ALL Alaskans. (Nov 2006)
    Met with producers and employee groups for pipeline deal. (Oct 2006)
    Firm start date as part of gasline incentive offer. (Oct 2006)
    Opposes natural gas reserves tax–it’s not earned income yet. (Oct 2006)
    Analyze potential costs associated with climate change. (Oct 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Environment
    Opposed protections for salmon from mining contamination. (Aug 2008)
    Sue US government to stop listing polar bear as endangered. (Aug 2008)
    We must encourage timber, mining, drilling, & fishing. (Jan 2008)
    Wolf predator control is important for subsistence hunters. (Sep 2007)
    Feds shouldn’t list beluga whales as endangered. (Aug 2007)
    Provide stability in regulations for developers. (Jan 2007)
    Convince the rest of the nation to open ANWR. (Jan 2007)
    Fish platform: “Resource First” philosophy. (Nov 2006)
    Rail provides critical link for business development. (Nov 2006)
    Supports “Roads to Resources”: subsidized access to mines. (Oct 2006)
    Don’t duplicate effort in monitoring cruise ship emissions. (Oct 2006)
    Don’t amend AK constitution for rural subsistence fishing. (Oct 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Families & Children
    Special-needs children will have her as a friend & advocate. (Sep 2008)
    17-year-old unmarried daughter is 5 months pregnant. (Sep 2008)
    Praised by pro-life groups for keeping Down syndrome baby. (Aug 2008)
    Recognize the vital role of family child care homes. (Mar 2008)
    Opposes explicit sex-education programs. (Jul 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Foreign Policy
    Peace Corps strengthens US ties abroad & enriches US at home. (Jan 2007)

    Sarah Palin on Free Trade
    Trade important to Alaska, but keep Alaska residents first. (Sep 2008)
    Allow wineries to ship by mail within state. (Jun 2008)
    Exempt Alaskan cruise ships from customs rule changes. (Dec 2007)
    Record-high exports; growth of 12.6% since last year. (Feb 2007)

    Sarah Palin on Government Reform
    Shook up the good-ol’ boys network with major ethics reform. (Sep 2008)
    Vetoed nearly half a billion dollars in wasteful spending. (Sep 2008)
    Supported infamous “Bridge to Nowhere”; now criticizes it. (Aug 2008)
    Individuals make better decisions than government. (Aug 2008)
    Fight “bridge to nowhere” and all earmarks. (Jul 2008)
    VECO scandal & Stevens indictment shows need for GOP cleanup. (Jul 2008)
    Comprehensive ethics reform: change politics as usual. (Jul 2007)
    Presented comprehensive ethics bill in early 2007. (Mar 2007)
    Sell previous governor’s jet on eBay–it’s impractical. (Dec 2006)
    Attended numerous debates & did not avoid any unnecessarily. (Oct 2006)
    Supports state funding for Gravina Island bridge. (Oct 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Gun Control
    Hunts and fishes, as did her father. (Aug 2008)
    Hunts as much as she can; freezer-full of wild game. (Aug 2008)
    Supports ending D.C.’s 32-year-old ban on handguns. (Jun 2008)
    Lifelong NRA member & champion of right to bear arms. (Feb 2008)
    Supports Constitutional right to bear arms. (Nov 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Health Care
    Signed up as organ donor; Alaska leads the states. (Apr 2008)
    Health care must be market-and business-driven. (Jan 2008)
    Take personal responsibility for personal health & all areas. (Jan 2008)
    Doctors should manage health care, not bureaucracies. (Jan 2008)
    Personal responsibility & choices key to good health. (Jan 2008)
    Flexibility in government regulations to allow competition. (Nov 2006)
    More affordable health care via competition. (Nov 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Homeland Security
    Don’t worry about reading Al-Qaeda terrorists their rights. (Sep 2008)
    Strong military and sound energy. (Aug 2008)
    Armed forces, including my son, give us security and freedom. (Jan 2008)
    Ask all candidates “Are you doing all you can for security?”. (Oct 2007)
    Visits Kuwait; encourages Alaska big game hunting to troops. (Sep 2007)
    Obligation to support our troops, even if criticizing war. (Jun 2007)
    Proclaim “Loyalty Day” to reaffirm loyalty to America. (Apr 2007)
    Promote from within, in Alaska’s National Guard. (Nov 2006)
    Let military personnel know how much we support them. (Nov 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Immigration
    OpEd: Palin is sick to death of this immigration nonsense. (Mar 2008)
    Address jointly with Canada the border security challenges. (Jan 2007)
    Immigrants want more vocational training & senior assistance. (Oct 2006)
    Took no action on Alaska’s “sanctuary cities”. (Sep 2006)
    Tightened restrictions on illegal alien’s drivers licenses. (Sep 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Jobs
    Alaska Construction Academy: 2,520 students learn skills. (Aug 2008)
    Leverage job-training dollars thru voc-tech curriculum. (Nov 2006)
    Focus Workforce Investment Board on vocational careers. (Nov 2006)
    Praised the Red Dog zinc mine for bringing rural jobs. (Oct 2006)
    Department of Fish and Game is under-funded. (Oct 2006)
    Unions should get member permission for political donations. (Jul 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Principles & Values
    Small towns produced Harry Truman as V.P.; and produced me. (Sep 2008)
    Signed up for PTA; then ran for City Council; then Mayor. (Sep 2008)
    OpEd: shores up McCain as a conservative AND as a maverick. (Sep 2008)
    Before selection, questioned role of vice president. (Sep 2008)
    Miss Congeniality in statewide beauty pageant in 1984. (Aug 2008)
    Star high school athlete in Fellowship of Christian Athletes. (Aug 2008)
    Gained political prominence as a whistleblower. (Aug 2008)
    Trounced incumbent governor in 2006 on platform of reform. (Aug 2008)
    Fired controversial state trooper for threatening family. (Aug 2008)
    Voted “Miss Wasilla” in local beauty contest; eloped at 24. (Aug 2008)
    Husband left oil job to avoid conflict; now works for BP. (Aug 2008)
    Husband is part Eskimo; won Iron Dog snowmobile races. (Aug 2008)
    Investigated for firing ex-brother-in-law in custody battle. (Aug 2008)
    Studied journalism; ran for office to make a difference. (Aug 2008)
    Religion: non-denominational Bible-believing Christian. (Aug 2008)
    Independent prosecutor probing Cabinet firing. (Jul 2008)
    Replaced Public Safety commissioner based on lack of results. (Jul 2008)
    Denies all allegations in Department of Public Safety affair. (Jul 2008)
    Declare a National Day of Prayer in Alaska. (Apr 2008)
    Leadership is a responsibility to prepare for tomorrow. (Jan 2008)
    The Bible has profoundly influenced America. (Oct 2007)
    Recognize America’s historic and founding Christian heritage. (Sep 2007)
    Top priorities for AK include ethics & balanced budget. (Mar 2007)
    Decries “politics as usual” of attacking opponents. (Nov 2006)
    Endorsed by Sen. Ted Stevens. (Oct 2006)
    Endorsed by United Fishermen of Alaska (commercial group). (Oct 2006)
    Fight for freedom of religion and freedom of expression. (Oct 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Social Security
    Fund the Seniors Longevity Bonus Program. (Nov 2006)
    Home-based assistance more cost-effective than institutions. (Nov 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Tax Reform
    Raising taxes hurts small business and hurts jobs. (Sep 2008)
    Elected mayor based on tax cut promise. (Aug 2008)
    As mayor, cut property taxes & increased sales tax. (Aug 2008)
    $60M annually for municipal revenue sharing. (Mar 2008)
    Eliminate taxes that inhibit business. (Jan 2008)
    Repeal “nuisance taxes” including the tire tax. (Jan 2007)
    Mitigate impact of new $50M annual cruise ship tourism tax. (Oct 2006)
    No income tax; no taking the people’s dividends. (Oct 2006)
    Would support a seasonal sales tax, but no income tax. (Oct 2006)

    Sarah Palin on Technology
    Supports $130M in research investment in U. Alaska. (Nov 2006)
    Efficient transportation system is vital to our economy. (Nov 2006)
    Alaska needs a state funded highway program. (Nov 2006)

  9. AT says:

    Hmm seems like prescott learned to cut and paste from Palin’s website. That’s some class A sleuthing there prescott.

  10. prescott says:

    I can paint by numbers too!

  11. Carl says:

    At least palins religoius affilation does not preach haterd toward america . Im not proud of some of the things this nation astands for like the 4 million babies that are murdered sinces rowe wade. Which bracka stands for . Dont you think a child deserves a chance.

  12. J. Clifford says:

    Actually, Carl, Sarah Palin’s religious affiliation, her own church, DOES preach hatred toward America. Sarah Palin’s own minister has declared that God is going to reach out his divine hand and strike America – because America is a nation of wickedness!

    That sounds an awful lot lot God damn America to me.

    Do your research, Carl.

  13. Carl says:

    And i have to agree with him.I cant blame god for destorying this nation . And if he does we deserve it for what we have done . And the only thing we can do to save america in to repent for all the murderous sinfillness, things we permit in this country

  14. J. Clifford says:

    SO, wait, Carl. First, you praised Sarah Palin’s church for NOT preaching hatred toward America.

    Now, you’re agreeing with Sarah Palin’s church FOR preaching hatred toward America.

    So, Carl, this really isn’t about Country First, is it?

    It’s Church First for you.

  15. Darebrit says:

    Prescott. Your comments although poorly researched, may have had some limited merit until you informed us that you are a christian.

    That means that you are either a scoundrel looking to fleece someone or waiting to lull people into a state of brainwashed television evangelical con-games (let me send you a prayer cloth or bottle of miracle spring water)so that you can create a National religion or start another war of christian aggression.

    Before submitting further fatuous nonsense,I suggest you study a little more world history and a little less Haggee.

    Please do not invite me to worship a God without morals or a belief without ideals.

  16. jack says:

    If my memory serves me correctly it was Bill Clinton that signed off of NAFTA and it was just another example of our government at work. I do believe that I will be voting for Bill Cosby since he seems to be the only truly looking out for the American people and not some special interest group. As far as the 2 party system it really needs to be overhauled because it will be the same result. The rich get richer & the poor get poorer. Both parties take in millions of dollars from the rich to support their positions so the average citizen doesn’t really have a chance of the attention needed for their causes. God Bless America & may God help us always.(because we need it. JACK:)

  17. prescott says:

    Darebrit, How wonderful is it that you categorized me into such a small, pathetic world based on the fact that I do not deny being a Christian. For your information I was raised in the Assemblies of God as well as a Non-denominational church and although I truly believe AND am thankful to have Jesus Christ as my Lord and Saviour, I have not been a “church goer” in over 18 years! I choose to have a personal relationship with God which is probably why I am so passionate about my committment in this area. I resent being placed in the box you stuck me in because it is a box I walked away from many years ago when I realized I didn’t enjoy the “Religous aspect of belonging to a church group. I have a deep understanding of what it means to be committed to God by faith, not by emotion. I am not one of these “radical Christians”…however I am a Christian. You appear to be fairly bright therefore it puzzles me that you also have the ability to be narrow-minded and shallow. In my opinion, that’s one thing I see wrong people today. You take one thing about a person and you exploit them, defaming them to the world… How can that be right?

  18. Darebrit says:


    I offered you no personal observations on your belief system. Rather I proposed that in MY world experience, people who name themselves as Christians seldom are.

    You may well be what you describe yourself to be. My point is, that you must be judged by your actions as seen by others.

    Labels that we give ourselves are mostly self serving and pointless.
    If I label someone as a scoundrel, it is from personal observation and experience. if I am labeled erroniousley, I must work hard to change that perception to one which is more appropriate.

    If you do not wish to be taken for a scoundrel, be careful with whom you associate, how you act and what label you apply to yourself.

    The more you protest your Christianity: The tighter my sphyncter gets.

  19. qs says:

    bump this

  20. john wynne says:

    the villiage idiot is in the half white, black house,

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