Scientology Sunday Service: Mind Control and Your Open Thread

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It's time for another set of Sunday Funnies here at the underground bunker! We hope you enjoy the set of wacky Scientology mailers we've put together this week.

The idea is to inspire you to write about whatever you feel like in our open thread. To get you thinking, we've assembled a very disparate group of three images after the jump.

Take a look at them, and then hit us with whatever is on your mind.

First up, hold on to your wallets as Scientology makes yet another bid for your time and money. Who wants to join the push in San Diego to raise cash for a new empty building?

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Second, we're curious what you think the Citizens Commission on Human Rights, Scientology's anti-psychiatry front group, means when it talks about "mind control." I mean, you talk about the pot and the kettle...

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And finally, there's this lengthy announcement about sailing the Freewinds for Christmas. Filmmakers, come rub elbows with fellow cinema buffs as you hone your inner Thetan for the coming billion years!

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Well, that's what we have for you this week. By now your reactive mind should be boiling with engrams. So join us in the comments, and let us know what you're thinking about this week. Only one rule -- there are no rules!



The Top 25 People Crippling Scientology
#1: L. Ron Hubbard
#2: David Miscavige
#3: Marty Rathbun
#4: Tom Cruise
#5: Joe Childs and Tom Tobin
#6: Anonymous
#7: Mark Bunker
#8: Mike Rinder
#9: Jason Beghe
#10: Lisa McPherson
#11: Nick Xenophon (and other public servants)
#12: Tommy Davis (and other hapless church executives)
#13: Janet Reitman (and other journalists)
#14: Tory Christman (and other noisy ex-Scientologists)
#15: Andreas Heldal-Lund (and other old time church critics)
#16: Marc and Claire Headley, escapees of the church's HQ
#17: Jefferson Hawkins, the man behind the TV volcano
#18: Amy Scobee, former Sea Org executive
#19: The Squirrel Busters (and the church's other thugs and goons)
#20: Trey Parker and Matt Stone (and other media figures)
#21: Kendrick Moxon, attorney for the church
#22: Jamie DeWolf (and other L. Ron Hubbard family members)
#23: Ken Dandar (and other attorneys who litigate against the church)
#24: David Touretzky (and other academics)
#25: Xenu, galactic overlord


Tony Ortega is the editor-in-chief of The Village Voice. Since 1995, he's been writing about Scientology at several publications.

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SCIENTOLOGY IN THE VILLAGE VOICE

[All recent stories] | [Top 25 People Crippling Scientology] | [Commenters of the Week] [Thursday 2pm Stats!] | [Scientology vs. South Park]

FEATURED INVESTIGATIONS

[Scientology spokesman Tommy Davis secretly recorded discussing "disconnection"]
[Tom Cruise and Baby Suri embarrassed by news item, so someone must pay]
[Benjamin Ring, LA deputy sheriff, wants you to spend your 401K on Scientology]
[Scientologists: How many of them are there, anyway?]
[Scientology hates clean ice: The "Fair Game" operation that should turn your stomach]
[Scientology hates clean ice, part 2: Another target, and the web as weapon]

MARTY RATHBUN AND THE SIEGE OF SOUTH TEXAS

[Scientology has Rathbun arrested] | [Rathbun and Mark Bunker reveal surprising ties]
In Germany with Ursula Caberta: [Announcing plans] | [Press conference] | [Making news about Tom Cruise, Bill Clinton, and Tony Blair] | [Post-trip interview]
The Squirrel Busters: [Goons with cameras on their heads] | [Rathbun's open letter to neighbors] | [Ingleside on the Bay, Texas rallies to Rathbun's cause] | [Squirrel Buster's claim to be making a "documentary"] | [VIDEO: "On a Boat"] | ["Anna" sent to creep out Monique Rathbun] | [Squirrel Busters go hillbilly] | [A videographer blows the whistle on the goon squad] | [Ed Bryan, OT VIII, shows the power of Scientology's highest levels]

SCIENTOLOGY SPYING AND "FAIR GAME"

[Secret Scientology documents spell out spying operation against Marc Headley]
[Scientology's West U.S. spies list revealed] | [Scientology's enemies list: Are you on it?]
Spy operation against Washington Post writer Richard Leiby: [Part 1] | [Part 2]
[A Scientology spy comes clean: Paulien Lombard's remarkable public confession]
[Scientology advertises for writers in Freedom magazine]
[Accidental leak shows Scientology spy wing plans to "handle" the Voice]
[Lori Hodgson and Disconnection: "No one's going to take my eternity away"]

SCIENTOLOGY AND CELEBRITIES

["Tom Cruise told me to talk to a bottle"] | [Tom Cruise likes coconut cake] | [Tom Cruise has a sense of humor] | ["Tom Cruise not a kook!"] | [Paulette Cooper on Tom Cruise]
[Paul Haggis, director of Crash, issues an ultimatum, leaves the church]
[Character actor Jason Beghe defects noisily] | [Actor Michael Fairman reveals his "suppressive person" declaration] | [Michael Fairman talks to the Voice]
[Giovanni Ribisi as David Koresh: Scientology-Branch Davidian link makes sense]
[Russell Brand weds ex-Scientologists in wild ceremony] | [Skip Press on Haggis]
[Placido Domingo Jr.: Scientology's retaliation is "scary and pathetic"]
Grant Cardone, NatGeo's "Turnaround King": [Doing Scientology's dirty work?] | [Milton Katselas complained about Cardone's smear job] | [Cardone runs to Huffpo]
[Philip Boyd, Saving Grace actor, rips "the business that is Scientology"]

JANET REITMAN'S INSIDE SCIENTOLOGY

[Our review of Inside Scientology] | [An interview with Janet Reitman] | [A report from Reitman's first book tour appearance] | [At the Half-King: Reitman not afraid]
[Scientology doesn't like Inside Scientology] | [Q&A at Washington Post]
[A roundup of Reitman's print reviews, and why isn't she on television more?]

HUGH URBAN'S THE CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY

[A review of Urban's scholarly history of the church] | [An interview with Hugh Urban]

EX-SCIENTOLOGISTS SPEAK OUT

[Marc Headley: "Tom Cruise told me to talk to a bottle"] | [The Nancy Many interview]
[Sympathy for the Devil: Tory Christman's Story] | [Jeff Hawkins' Counterfeit Dreams]
[86 Million Thin Dimes: The Lawrence Wollersheim Saga] | [Mike Rinder on spying]

OVERSEAS NEWS

[Scientology dodges a bullet in Australia] | [Scientology exec Jan Eastgate arrested]
[All hell breaks loose in Israel] | [Scientology sees fundraising gold in the UK riots]
[Aussie former rugby pro Chris Guider calls David Miscavige "toxic" and "violent"]
[Stephen Cox, UK church newbie, pledges 20K pounds] | [Biggi Reichert: A German Lisa McPherson?] | [The Birmingham trove: 7,000 internal e-mails]
[Australian farmer blamed for giving Tom Cruise a bad shrimp, loses her friends, family]

ODD VIDEOS AND ODDER NEWS

[Scientology singalong, "We Stand Tall"] | [Captain Bill Robertson and "Galactic Patrol"]
[Scientology wins a major award!] | [Scientology wants your money: Meet Dede!]
[Birmingham in the House! The "Ideal" dance mix] | [Scientology and the Nation of Islam]
[When Scientology was hip] | [Sad: David Miscavige makes fun of his own fundraisers]
[Freedom magazine parodies The New Yorker. Hilarity ensues.]
[Scientology surf report: Anonymous parties outside the New York "org"]

THE VIEW INSIDE THE BUBBLE

[A scientologist's letter to the Voice and its readers] | [Scientology silent birth]
[Tad Reeves: Scientology might listen to this guy] | [More Tad Reeves and family]
[Scientology never forgets: A heartwarming telemarketing holiday miracle]

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74 comments
Bob G
Bob G

Time for the World to shut this greedy infamous religion down and put all its Management including the Grand Fleecer (CEO) in jail for a long time. It is a blight on moral decency and is depriving decent people of there God given rights of freedom.

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

Is anybody else confused about Dr. Colin Ross being a guest speaker for the scilons?

I mean, this man wrote a book about the CIA and other Federal agencies use of unethical mind-control on citizens.

WTF? He should be writing a book about the cult of scilons E-meter and it's use in mind control. The guy is either being well paid as a guest speaker or he's just a 'tard.

Scientia
Scientia

Or both.

Riflemike25
Riflemike25

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Joannaz2012
Joannaz2012

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Xenetta
Xenetta

Is CIA mind control a fact?  Google MKultra and decide for yourself.

But I don't know what is worse, the world CIA mind controllers would have us live in, or the world Scientology would have us live in.

MarkStark
MarkStark

Here is some factual data on the first ship in the Scientology starfleet, so you know I'm not just making this up:

Name: USS Crazycruise DisseminatorAffiliation: Starfleet, International Association of ScientologistsRegistry Number: NCC-666-CCDConstruction yard: Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards and Implant Station, MarsYear Commissioned: TBAMotto: "To boldly reg where no one has regged before."

BigGrizzlyBear
BigGrizzlyBear

A holiday vacation invitation for restimulation of my postulation without enturbulation!? Excuse my excitation as my imagination flows with elation!

Jgg
Jgg

  I think it's significant that Co$ admits that mind control exists.

JustCallMeMary
JustCallMeMary

Its funny to see this promo piece for the Film Week on the freewinds Convention because the piece they mailed me is a bit subdued.

 At one point it says " Presented by some of the foremost professionals in the field of film, such as the director of The Way To Happiness Film, and many more, this convention is the ultimate opportunity to get hatted on all aspects of this very powerful medium that has the power to reach millions at a time to convey your message"

I looked up the film at IMDB and saw no director or producer listed. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt17...

Hmm...why wouldn't such a talented director not want a listing at IMDB? Well, after looking on the net further, I found that the director is none other than Scientologist Taron Lexton, husband of actress Marisol Nichols. Seems, according to his website TXL Films, that the company has not produced or directed anything since 2009, The Way To Happiness Film. Everything on that website is about work produced and directed in 2008 and 2007. http://www.txlfilms.com Sadly most of that work shown, including commercials, involves Scientology or projects with scientologists.  What's interesting is that he didn't list The Way To Happiness Film as a credit on his resume at IMDB, which he links from his site.http://www.imdb.com/name/nm190...

I guess the freewinds convention work is better than nothing.

Wonder what other high profile filmmakers are going to attend?

mjm
mjm

Marisol is going to be in the new ABC series Good Christian Belles (formerly Good Christian Bitches) w/ fellow Scilon celeb Jennifer Aspen and non-Scilon but GLBT ally Kristin Chenoweth.

might be good to 'poon ABC with this info (although I've heard the cult has their claws deep in Disney-ABC if anybody can confirm this)

Jgg
Jgg

  I just browsed thru a book entitled "All About Past Life Regression."  It discussed how psychtherapists and hypnotists help people remember past lives and early memories, and gain self-awareness and confidence,  Interestingly, religions like hinduism (which believes in reincarnation) and philosophies like Buddhism practice this also, and have for centuries.  Some of them refer to this enlightened PLR state as "clear" or "total clear."

  I could swear I have heard all this stuff before, except it was espoused as new and worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.  It must have been in one of my previous lives.

LegallyConcerned
LegallyConcerned

"27 Academy Award NOMINATIONS"- there's the key word there. How many Academy AWARDS do they have? Only one I can think of that actually won the big one was Paul Haggis (and something tells me he's not going to be attending)

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

At what point in Scilonland do they stop begging for money?

Is anything for free besides coercion, imprisonment, humiliation, torture, brainwashing and black psychiatry.

And thats just on land, who knows what they do to you at sea on the "Voyage Of The Damned?"

SCIENTOLOGY A BRIGHTER VISION OF HUMAN OBEDIENCE.

Guest speaker, Dr. Colin Ross

Come join us! We promise to reg you right after dinner.

PS. Don't forget! Stop at our giftshop for your introductory pak - "Crooks Like Us"

sketto
sketto

Actually, Scientology imprisonment might actually not be free. Don't you have to sign a freeloader bill once you finally declare, "Let me outta here. I've had enough of this crazy shit."?

Bradley Greenwood
Bradley Greenwood

The book should have been called "Diuretics", because it's teachings make me laugh until I wet myself. BTW, wouldn't being an "Operating Thetan" empower you to know it's "New Year's", and not "New Years"? You can't "clear the planet" with such bad grammar!

Jgg
Jgg

  Or Imaginetics, because it's made up.  Or Dying Ethics, or Lying Ethics...

bobx
bobx

No doubt the Freewinds show will start with:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...just to get everyone in the proper mood of "Teamwork... Responsibility... Sense of Urgency" to donate to the Idle Morgue in San Diego.

MarkStark
MarkStark

Now that the Stupid Powerz building is nearly complete, and has been paid for three times over, isn't it time to fund raise for the Space Org?

Starships do not come cheap. L. Ron had to sell his starship on E-bay, Jupiter, because he spent his money on a tobacco factory on Venus. Yes, they have radiation and cancer there too, and it needs to be "run out" of the body with standard applied chain smoking.

Through four pure Scientology oracles -- Dead Capt. Bill Robertson, David Miscavige, Class 57 Auditor Jabba-the-Ethier, and Marty Rathbun's wife Mosie -- Hubbard has informed us that getting to another star system in this sector of the galaxy will not be easy. Also, Hubbard has decided that we should go beyond this sector of the galaxy, to salvage the other sectors, as well as the sectors in the other 170 billion observable galaxies in the Universe. Sciloontology has come this far, why not do the whole Universe? That's what Ron would want.

Regging for the rocket fuel alone could take years. Don't be discouraged Sciloontology Space Cadets, because you are the future!

mjm
mjm

"L. Ron had to sell his starship on E-bay" *plays We Built This City*

Dean Fox
Dean Fox

Scientologists in space what an awesome idea. Plantary disemination from orbit.

DMSTCC
DMSTCC

Can I get a hit-o-dat?

You should submit an amplified version of this to their Sci-fi writers contest. 

Dean Fox
Dean Fox

Film week must be happening sometime in two week period of December 22nd to January 5th. Wonder which of the best and most successful film makers will be attending? I wonder what films they'll be making? We need an insider...

2 weeks of shared accommodations. 2 conventions, 2 courses. Holiday entertainment. All food. All for $2,950, oh wait $3,200 now. OK so that's £2069.12 roughly. Is that value for money?

What can I get commercially?

Seven Seas Navigator Cruise line Regent Seven Seas Cruises Region Caribbean Dates 22 December 2011 – 6 January 2012 Nights 15

Star rating 6

Start price £1,847The Seven Seas Navigator launched in 1999 and offers the highest levels of service to her 490 guests. All accommodation is in ocean view suites with lavish marble bathrooms, while there are two fine restaurants as well as the more casual Pool Grill.

Basic cabin for 2: (none of that shared accommodation business).

Window SuiteEuropean linens and feather-down duvets, luxury European robes and cotton slippers, separate sitting areas and spacious marble baths with tub and separate shower. There is a walk-in closet with safe, luxurious bath products, hair dryer, interactive television, DVD/CD player (In 2008, Regent Interactive Television with a large media selection will be introduced.), and refrigerator replenished daily with soft drinks, beer and bottled water. In-suite bar setup upon embarkation. Window Suite 301 sq. ft

Food and drink all inclusive: All-inclusive, including drinks programme for hot and cold drinks, fine wine and premium spirits, available throughout.

John P.
John P.

I had observed the same thing over on Marty Rathbun's blog a couple days ago.  

Given that even the booze on RSSC is included, the final tab for a five-star luxury cruise on Regent will be dramatically less than what you will end up paying on the Greedwinds, since RSSC will give you your passport back at the end of the cruise, even if you haven't signed up for a bunch more cruises.  

Freespirit515
Freespirit515

The Freewinds Workshop? (Have we not fprgotten "Battlefield Earth"? I see lots of candidates in the making for the Raspberry Award.

mjm
mjm

so it looks like Stacy Francis isn't performing on the Freewinds (methinks she's out of the cult, because when Chili E.B. said he didn't know who she was, that sent off signals in my head. and I've heard her ex husband #2 is still in, possibly because of disconnection)

Anon A
Anon A

Oh how I wish we could post images here.  But for those willing to do the extra copy/paste work, enjoy...http ://i39. tinypic. com/2iht55w. png

Marcotai
Marcotai

This is another great event too;The 19th Annual Winter Wonderland, a beautiful Alpine Village complete with Santa and Mrs. Claus, opens in downtown Clearwater on Friday, December 2nd. Admission is free, but food and toys are being collected for local charities that help children."Produced annually by the Clearwater Community Volunteers of the Church of Scientology, this event is run by volunteers and funded through donations raised throughout the year.10,000 guests are expected during the run of the event."

Full article; tinyurl (DOT) com/7hlmxwd

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

19th Annual Winter Wonderland. YAY!

I mean c'mon, this is coming from Scilon's who slip LSD in peoples toothpaste.

And demonstrate a fundamental disregard for the value of human life.

Have yourself a very "Merry Hallucinatory Christmas." Care for a free cookie...um...no thanks.

Reasonable_Insanity
Reasonable_Insanity

10,000 guests are expected during the run of the event.

Only 200 might actually show up.

Secondly, are you trying to say that Santa and Mrs. Claus are scientologists?

And since when did Scientology run a event where they didn't charge anything to get in????

Arthur
Arthur

Only a troll.  Not a Scientologist.  Do not feed the troll.  marcotai has already admitted to being a troll elsewhere.

Arthur
Arthur

Well, actually, play with the troll if you want but he is not a Scientologist.  He only pretends to be for lulz.

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

Hey folks, break out the s'mores—party boy is here!

LegallyConcerned
LegallyConcerned

Okay, okay... stop tape for a second. First off, for some strange and unknown reason Santa and Mrs. Claus are coming to a Scientology event, and Xenu doesn't even warrant an invite? Bad $cibot... Baaaaad...

"This event is run by Sea Org volunteers (who really aren't volunteers, but don't tell them that) and funded through what's left of David Miscavige's Scotch budget (because those donations gotta go somewhere besides where they're actually intended, right?)"

"10,000 guests are expected during the run of the event"- shouldn't that be more along the lines of "10,000 guests are expected to run from the event"? Sounds a little more truthful to me.

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

I don't know, but I'll bet that if Anonymous is invited, they'll show up and share in the celebration. 

Seriously, there's a lot of people in Scientology who really believe in what they are doing, that they are getting some good out of the treatment. And collecting toys and other community work is always good. But come on, Food Not Bombs does this constantly,  gets regularly harassed by the powers that be all the freakin' time and we usually manage to do our work on a budget of close to nada. Sorry, but all that CO$ money being funneled to Clearwater might as well be sent down the toilet for all the good it's doing for the poor and homeless.

MarthaWiggins
MarthaWiggins

Just when you think it can't get any uglier, the S.D. group puts out another nauseating flyer.  Ugh.  That was our org when we were bubble-heads.  At one point in the whole idle org evolution, Kurt Listig (owner of Taylor guitars and David Meyer's boss) GAVE the SD org a building worth about $13million.  The crazy SO said, "no, you can't have that building for your idle org, give it back."  And they did.  Then they had to raise the money to buy that falling apart community college campus in La Mesa.  Niiiiice.  Folks in the know have told me there are structural, electrical and plumbing problems at that place that will not easily (or inexpensively) be taken care of.  They will NEVER finish it.Other random thoughts:  I'm betting Paul Haggis will NOT be one of the seminar leaders on board the failwinds.  If you've seen any of "the commodore's" training films for people learning how to be auditors, you truly don't want any of his advice.  It's weird to me that these films are listed at imdb.  How did that happen?

Strelnikov
Strelnikov

"Then they had to raise the money to buy that falling apart community college campus in La Mesa. Niiiiice. Folks in the know have told me there are structural, electrical and plumbing problems at that place that will not easily (or inexpensively) be taken care of. They will NEVER finish it."

I'm curious - where is the Kurt Listig building? My understanding about the old Coleman College site is that those two buildings will be demolished and something new built in its place. I think they chose the property because it can be seen from the freeway; the present "church" HQ can't be seen from far away, and they can't put a giant lit sign on the roof.

They list industrial training films and pornography on IMdB, why not Scientology instructional videos?

MarthaWiggins
MarthaWiggins

IIRC the building Listig bought was somewhere around 8th and C -- not too sure.  It was not particularly attractive, kind of retro in a 70s kind of way, certainly not historic or spanish-style or anything the SO would approve.  I suspect they'll have some difficulty raising the money they'll need to demolish and start over.   However, one of their members, John Scheuer, is a contractor and has been known to donate way too many hours to their various projects.

bobx
bobx

I liked you on purpose, just to make you feel better!

Strelnikov
Strelnikov

I "liked" you by accident.

What I and "Guest" have been talking about is serious stuff; these clowns are both raising money for a project while the same property is up for sale....the average SD scientologist seems to be either wealthy or firmly middle class. The homeless problem in downtown San Diego is tragic - there are entire blocks with homeless encampments.

Scientology is a fiasco.

How San Diego has been handling the homeless crisis is a fiasco.

Nothing to laugh about.

TheGuestt
TheGuestt

Sounds like a perfect setup to me.  Leaky sewers, asbestos in the air, buildings a-banking, legal entanglements.  As for those grim and grimy transients and homeless bums down the street, those probably Are the local scientologists!

JustCallMeMary
JustCallMeMary

Not IMBD Pro, which Lexton is a paying member of. He just omitted his Scientology work on his. Must be too embarrassed to list them.

Strelnikov
Strelnikov

I think I know the building you are talking about; grey with dark windows, about four or five stories tall, across the street from a multistory parking garage. The SO wouldn't be happy with it even if it looked like the Prado in Balboa Park; down the street is the Hotel Churchill, that grimy transients hotel, and there is a large homeless population in the eastern parts of downtown.

Even if they can get the permits and settle on a plan, the SD Scientologists are going to have to deal with some problems when they demolish the La Mesa property: there's allgedly a leaky sewer pipe running from Parkway Drive to the houses above and they legally have to provide a new one; I've heard weird stories about the two story building, that it has patching on the foundation and asbestos for some reason; the bank above the buildings is subsiding, etc. Anybody else would have had a new structure or structures on that property by now, but Scientology takes forever to get EXISTING buildings up to their standards - I can't see this project ever being finished.

BTW, anybody can input a movie title and cast to IMdB, and as long as it's a real film, the site will take it.

Peter
Peter

Fucking sell-out artists that make shit like this are bottom-of-the-barrel of human scum. Have a nice day!

anon anon song
anon anon song

"$6 billion worldwide box office. 153 million YouTube views. 27 Academy Award nominations. 50 Grammys. 7 Emmys - 1 Convention!"

Only scientology could be so delusional as to claim box office/record sales from individual scientologists as its accomplishment. And nevermind the fact that most of those 153 million YouTube views is actually an embarrassment count of collective pointing and laughing.

Yes, 1 convention for more Tom Cruise, Squirrel Busters, We Stand Tall, IAS AOSH EU (ChillEB's Dauntless, Defiant, Resolute) gems of "cinematographic" mastery... PLEASE!!

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

Just wait till the Catholics get wind of this—I have little doubt that Scorsese and Coppola will have words with the Academy. 

LegallyConcerned
LegallyConcerned

Could this be the combined total take of every $ciloon celebritard who's ever been a part of the wacky cult? If that's the case, then they're leaving out the most important awards stat-  we can't forget about those record-setting SEVEN Golden Raspberry Awards.

MarkStark
MarkStark

My first thought was that the "$6 billion worldwide box office" was how much Sciloontology has made selling courses, in which case Sciloontology the religion has been more financially successful than Titanic the movie, but is looking more like Titanic the ship every day.

It all started when they struck the Internet, and sprang a leak in one of their main movie stars, Tom Cruise.

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