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- Sun, 29 Jul 2018 09:53:38 EST AeyeTq7w No.46256
File: 1532872418492.png -(66305B / 64.75KB, 1092x1037) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. transfer probation
is it easy to get probation transferred within your own state? I have a place to stay but im renting its not like some family member is just giving me a free ride there. Im looking to move there so I can hopefully find a job and stuff
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Wesley Nicklebury - Mon, 04 Mar 2019 05:42:07 EST GJIzyOZV No.46366 Reply
Kick it with probation or parole. Do not screw anything up. Not even a petty offense.

Provide probation with compelling reason for moving. Especially employment. Should be able to work things.
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Nell Sishshaw - Fri, 13 Sep 2019 06:14:49 EST cfYutFUh No.46468 Reply
>>46256
Still trapped here because god is making my life shit. I’m being forced to go to a job/college program. Do you think I can ask them to go to college or find a job in a non shit area to move there?
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Cedric Sagglestadging - Sun, 15 Sep 2019 04:37:24 EST UrrgM6jj No.46475 Reply
>>46468
If you have some concrete proof to show, that would definitely make it easier..Especially if it makes you look like you are going to do well.

Landlord/Tenant Law + a douche

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- Tue, 19 Jun 2018 18:39:51 EST y6a/Kvzh No.46220
File: 1529447991102.png -(21988B / 21.47KB, 90x83) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Landlord/Tenant Law + a douche
Aight /law/ here's the situation.

Renting a single room in a 4br in CA. My lease states that I'm just renting the room, and that I’m responsible only for my portion of the rent. The kitchen/living room is “shared space.” Other tenants’ leases say the same thing. Landlord found us all on craigslist, but we’re all friends now. Pretty cheap rent so we WERE happy.

Except the landlord is a douche. A pretty big douche. He's got it in his mind that he can walk in and out of the place whenever he feels like it, knock on doors when he wants and generally bother us if it suits him that day. He brings over furniture that he doesn’t want and sticks it in the living room and then yells about how the living room is cluttered (what???). He will critique a messy stove or jacket left on the couch when he’s feeling annoyed and someone is home.

It’s pretty clear that he just comes here in a bad mood and takes out whatever frustration he’s feeling on us. Last time he came over, he freaked out on me about the “state of the living room” when I had literally just vacuumed it the day before. Yesterday his tirade ended with him saying “I’m hiring a maid for this house and you all are going to pay for it.” None of us want to pay for a maid, and the house really doesn’t need it. On top of that, he JUST raised the rent this year, so asking us to pay more is pretty unreasonable. I’m pretty done with him, so I was hoping someone on here could help me consider my options.

He claims that since we're just renting the rooms, he's allowed to walk in whenever the he wants. I know that generally, in California a landlord has to have reasonable cause to enter the property or has to give 24 hours notice. He literally never does this.

He think that because we just rent the bedrooms, he’s free to enter/leave the “shared space” as he pleases. Honestly I wouldn’t be all that bothered by this if he wasn’t a huge dick about it, but he is.

Do I have any options here? Is there any way we use this as leverage to make him stop bothering us? Can I fuck this guy legally somehow? I’m willing to go all out putting a significant amount of effort into documenting whatever I need to, I dislike this guy that much.

Thanks
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Thomas Nosslewick - Wed, 27 Mar 2019 15:23:57 EST KduxPQri No.46369 Reply
>>46360
Are you serious?
Landlords not giving tenants any privacy in their own home were not raised right.
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David Fonningware - Sat, 14 Sep 2019 16:58:23 EST ZEkRdO72 No.46472 Reply
>>46220
Sounds like your landlord is has no cerebellum; protozoa doing what the Sims do best.
It doesn't fall under "Breaking and Entering - California PC 459" because there is no theft or intent of theft, unfortunately. (quite the opposite; sounds like he's using your living room as a storage unit!)
Your home isn't a hippie commune.
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Cedric Sagglestadging - Sun, 15 Sep 2019 04:32:12 EST UrrgM6jj No.46473 Reply
>>46360
here is what I see, the landlord is looking for ways to keep deposits. I would bet he keeps logs of his ongoing 'visits.' About how things are soo messy, out of place. As to cause damage. I bet he would seek carpet cleaning, or hardwood floors being scuffed, to hire a professional to fix things that were present before, or just normal wear and tear. Or his unwanted furniture dumping as a mode of things being in disarray.

Here is one, Thumb tacks holes in walls for posters or whatever, as to need a new complete paint job of the entire house, or whatever. And claim damages, as to require a complete new paint job. When a dab of wet paint would easily fix the issue.

(“I’m hiring a maid for this house and you all are going to pay for it.”)

Do this, check his past legal history. Possibly he has brought tenants to court over, 'damages,' in the past.

Google your address, and see if maybe the property is up for sale. It's all been done.

Note his visits. Maybe do video audio of his visits in the common area. I doubt legally he has and expectation of privacy of
unannounced visits.

Intellectual Property Rights

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- Thu, 16 May 2019 12:04:28 EST v+Wstg9T No.46388
File: 1558022668834.jpg -(70388B / 68.74KB, 450x600) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Intellectual Property Rights
So it's my understanding that intellectual property laws only prohibit people from profiting off of someone else's IP and that it doesn't stop people from just using their IP for themselves, like you can draw a picture of mickey mouse and put him on your fridge, but if you try and sell that picture, Disney would sue your ass. Is this correct, or do they just not go after people who use it for personal purposes because they don't really care enough but it's actually illegal?

Also, say you were to just give that picture away, or you built something, say a coffee maker, from schematics in someone else's patent and then just gave that away for free, would that be legal?
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David Fonningware - Sat, 14 Sep 2019 16:24:35 EST ZEkRdO72 No.46470 Reply
>>46388
Even if you sold fridge-meister Mickey Mouse, Disney would probably not know or wouldn't waste their resources or time to sue you even if so.

To the coffee maker; that is entirely legal...but I'd be too proud of building it to sell it.

CCDD (Cherokee County Dick Department)

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- Mon, 22 Jul 2019 07:12:54 EST 1iNGZv8c No.46437
File: 1563793974086.jpg -(124004B / 121.10KB, 539x720) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. CCDD (Cherokee County Dick Department)
So a few years ago someone I know was pulled over in their vehicle because according to the deputy she touched the white line on the road with her front right wheel. He searched her and found that she had a prescription bottle with 2 of the same meds but different dosages and arrested her. When she got to the Jail he asked her if she had anything else on her because if he took her in and they found it they would charge her with crossing guard lines with contraband.
After she admitted to having marijuana on her she was charged with that as well.

After being bonded out the charges for the pills were dropped because she proved she had a prescription for both but was stuck with possession charges for marijuana.

She was sentenced to 3 months in jail and I'm wondering. The bond company nor the court reimbursed the woman for her bond about the pills in wrong container.

Technically speaking the deputies made an illegal arrest for the meds so shouldnt the other charges be dropped too considering evidence was obtained through an illegal arrest.

Her court appointed attorney told her "You have no rights, they can pull you over whenever they want they don't have to have a cause." Then not only that but the crooked court appointed attorney refused to submit her non guilty plea and forced a guilty plea to the judge on her behalf after she told him she didn't want to plea guilty. This all happened in cherokee county georgia btw.

Anyways. / what do you guys think about this?
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Angus Grimstock - Wed, 07 Aug 2019 07:35:50 EST I0kzmY5f No.46448 Reply
>>46447
You don’t have to be in custody to file a habeas, I’m assuming these are felony charges so you have 4 years from the date of the plea.
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Simon Chigglebon - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 14:52:36 EST UVLE1vgN No.46450 Reply
Dubass DA wonderboy

I FOUGHT THE LAW

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- Tue, 27 Aug 2019 04:35:26 EST 9r4Bo1B1 No.46455
File: 1566894926449.jpg -(62572B / 61.11KB, 720x796) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. I FOUGHT THE LAW
AND THE LAW and I came to a mutual amicable understanding but still low-key dislike each other

Trump appears to back off plans to commute Blagojevich's

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- Mon, 19 Aug 2019 03:32:08 EST i0N0DyTI No.46453
File: 1566199928159.png -(59854B / 58.45KB, 412x275) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Trump appears to back off plans to commute Blagojevich's
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-appears-to-back-off-plans-to-commute-blagojevichs-sentence-after-push-from-illinois-republicans/ar-AAFN9yx

Blago as 'it's known as was a scumbag, is a scumbag and the sentence fits the (partial) crimes for which he committed. Don't see many liberals or any for that matter seeking his release. This gives public corruption an OK. By the president no less. Blago's extreme arrogance and open corruption, many countries he would be dead by now, punished by death for corruption.

Arranging for sealed information to be released upon your death

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- Wed, 22 May 2019 19:49:43 EST 4pMdnYXQ No.46390
File: 1558568983258.gif -(360271B / 351.83KB, 780x814) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Arranging for sealed information to be released upon your death
So, I want to make sure that, if certain assholes kill me, that people know why. However, for various reasons, I can't just go to the police and tell them. Is there any way I can put the evidence in a safe deposit box and then have it open and publicized if I am killed?

How can I make sure that it is executed if this happens?
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Frederick Pozzlelot - Tue, 09 Jul 2019 05:00:58 EST Mj5/O3iV No.46427 Reply
>>46422
What is your potential high-risk lifestyle, sailor boy. What are you doing here on a high risk, 'drug board'

You don't know shit
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Jack Sandlehere - Sat, 20 Jul 2019 15:05:31 EST +5CHY9OL No.46433 Reply
>>46390
Yes you get a lawyer and write and will. That's like a will is for. The hard part is affording a lawyer you can trust.
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Eliza Neddlenudging - Fri, 16 Aug 2019 09:36:28 EST 120iPTnL No.46452 Reply
Lawyer here - what state in the us are you in?

Immigration to US Queries

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- Wed, 17 Jul 2019 13:55:19 EST FTh7oyI7 No.46429
File: 1563386119751.jpg -(41445B / 40.47KB, 621x414) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Immigration to US Queries
I live in the UK, I'm currently studying my PhD with the intention of getting a research job in the US. I've looked into H1-B/EB2 visas for "Advanced Degree holders" but I've a few questions.

I have a conviction in 2014 for possession of a few ecstasy pills, now considered "spent" here in the UK which means it no longer comes up in background checks. I'm aware that when applying for a visa - and then subsequently a green card - you have to get a UK police certificate which shows your entire conviction history as the US does not consider the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. This means that my conviction from 2014 would show up in my application.

Now what I was wondering is, how do I get around this? Do I necessarily have to supply a police certificate for H1-B/EB2 visas or is it only for direct green card applications? Is it possible that I could apply for a visa, work for a few years and then apply for the green card whilst IN the US.

I'm aware that for travelling, if you just don't answer the "moral turpitude" question on the visa application, they're unlikely to investigate further but green cards are, of course, more stringent. I saw that there were no waivers for drugs convictions aside from small weed possession so what I'm wondering is, is there absolutely any chance of immigrating to the US and to somehow circumvent this or am I basically screwed for that?
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Basil Hopperworth - Wed, 17 Jul 2019 14:02:57 EST FTh7oyI7 No.46430 Reply
>>46429

To clarify, I only received a £250 fine for the possession here and nothing more, so I was wondering also if that affected anything
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Lydia Dartwell - Mon, 22 Jul 2019 01:13:50 EST sWjOdEuv No.46436 Reply
>>46429
Most likely they will ask if you have ever been arrested. Simple as that. If it cannot show up in any background check of an actual conviction I would say no real reason to fret. But they may ask if you have ever been convicted. There are likely immigration groups that can offer help for no charge where you are.

That would know exactly what can and cannot be asked of you.
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Ian Sillyshaw - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 17:48:35 EST t4wwCmCd No.46449 Reply
>>46436

I think for UK, you need to supply an ACRO document for immigration which shows any history of conviction.

would police ever refuse to arrest someone due to mental health issues???

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- Fri, 19 Jul 2019 15:33:17 EST IWkFKbF/ No.46432
File: 1563564797106.jpg -(44552B / 43.51KB, 647x603) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. would police ever refuse to arrest someone due to mental health issues???
Hi /law/. I was at a festival somewhere in Europe and got caught by security on entry with quite a big stash of drugs. All for personal use, but a Fear and Loathing-esque collection and one very illegal substance I had several small baggies of which they may have got the wrong idea about. I use this substance a lot at festivals and have a tendency to lose it when I'm on it, which is why I brought multiple bags of it so I don't lose it all. But they may not have thought that.

Context - I live in a country with not the strictest drug laws in the world but far from liberal or decriminalised

They detained me for an hour or so and kept going off to get people and muttering things to each other. I begged them not to call the police. I explained I had mental health issues and self medicate with some of the substances. I kept getting mixed messages as to whether they were getting the police but finally I heard one of them say to another "he's got quite a lot of that one we might have to call them". I was later told the police were being called (after being asked if I had money to arrange travel off the land) and to wait for the news.

I never saw any police. I was finally told everything had been recorded with the police but they were not going to arrest me due to the mental health issues I described. I was simply told if I was caught doing it again I would be busted for both times and a bigger case made against me. I was then escorted off the land and made my way home safe with no trouble. Do the police really do this?? I was caught red handed, with all the evidence they needed to get a solid conviction and I am being asked to believe the police decided to let me go because arresting me might be traumatic. It makes no sense at all but that is what happened and now I'm shit scared wondering if they are going to come for me.

I get police can sometimes be really busy and have bigger fish to fry but literally all they needed to do was come and collect me and it would have been the easiest conviction they got all year. Police arrest people with mental health all the time. why would they treat me differently? Basically... The absurdity of this situation is making me doubt was I was told. What if they didn't want to call the police because they knew my life would be ruined, but didn't want me telling people they let me get away with it? That would make a lot of sense but the uncertainty is killing me.

Have you ever heard of police refusing people to arrest people for serious crimes because of mental health issues like this or do you think security lied to me?
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Lydia Dartwell - Mon, 22 Jul 2019 01:01:45 EST sWjOdEuv No.46434 Reply
>>46432
Security and others likely didn't want to deal with it. If it was like private land, then even more reason not to do so. If you had means to travel from there, then that was likely a better part the deciding factor. I doubt they called the police, or the police were capable of responding if they said they should check it out.

My situation lol

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- Tue, 25 Jun 2019 14:27:09 EST IMy/xg9n No.46420
File: 1561487229699.jpg -(9390B / 9.17KB, 259x194) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. My situation lol
So i'm guilty of selling someone a car the incorrect way. I didn't walk them to the sec of state and have it transferred, i just wrote on the title and handed it off. Didn't get a bill of sale :(

Now that guy who i sold it to committed a hit and run. No one was hurt just a little car damage. He took off on foot.
So the insurance company of the other driver says im liable, and the police say im liable.
I tried to get my phone calls and texts from that day i sold it so i could track the dude from craigslist down out of the 10 ppl I called trying to sell it. Since its past 90 days ago Boost mobile says i need a court order to get my own history...........

the thing is i would rather take that charge than have the courts going through my texts so IDK what to do now thinking about just waiting it out. There's a chance the Flint police wont even file a criminal charge because they are so busy with real stuff, and the insurance company might not come after me because i aint got shit for them to take rly.
You guys think i should talk to a lawyer about this asap?? You think i should hire a private investigator to track the dude down?

What did eco fascist mean by this?

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- Mon, 10 Jun 2019 10:12:08 EST u7IebvIB No.46418
File: 1560175928368.png -(168318B / 164.37KB, 1488x420) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. What did eco fascist mean by this?
DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Frederick Crablingford - Thu, 20 Jun 2019 14:25:16 EST DGVZ568V No.46419 Reply
Fascists are the prima donnas of identity politics so in fighting amongst them completely revolves around controlling the perceived identities of both themselves and the other.

Any environmentalist turning to fascism as a method to affect material conditions will find that material conditions are at the bottom of any fascists priorities. First and foremost is cosmetics.

Illegal Property Revenge

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- Mon, 10 Jun 2019 01:43:48 EST gioc8AMk No.46417
File: 1560145428153.gif -(1323798B / 1.26MB, 214x153) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Illegal Property Revenge
So basically I've lived in this place for a year and a half and been lying that my landlady lives here who basically is in divorce and moved real quick to another dude -- they lie that she lives here, otherwise the house goes into foreclosure because the ex doesn't want it anymore.

They've turned the place into a rooming house, and basically threw a bunch of responsibilities on me at a time where I really needed to live somewhere.

Now they want me to lie to a bylaw officers face and got us to rearrange every room and etc to look legit. I got two days, and basically, I'm trusted soi am going to be actually speaking to the bylaw person.

This might be my only opportunity to provide both my evidence and blow this whole fucker into the water. It's multi-millions in under the table rent and house/property value basically stolen from some slightly rich, but clearly poor dude somewhere out there.

They've disrespected me at every turn and even get me to pay them more rent while I do all the gardening and etc I don't even legally need to do. And this is basically my only way of real revenge.

I like my roommates, but holy fuck, they sit idly and let me do all the shit for them.

I have a place I can hunker down at for 3 months and am really thinking about calling a moving company, getting my stuff safely out of here, blowing the lid with the bylaw person the next day and then calling the tenancy branch to break whatever the fuck this has been for a year and a half.

I know I can find another place or etc. And start this all over again right, without being made to feel like I'm worthless.

Really, help a brother out here. What do you think? Just from the broad sort of thing? It might sound overreacting. But we literally had a meeting today, was basically tasked with changing all the locks and moving furniture and etc to fulfill their lie while paying more than other people and this that the other thing. And there's no fucking written notice.

I did two hours of yard work, and I don't even fucking have to. I'm being forced to take a day off work. These people do not respect other people. And I have the feeling as soon as this blows over -- it gets worse. I'm so stressed out that I gotta take tomorrow off too.

So clearly, everybody's gonna hate me for their own selfish reasons, so I'm thinking it's absolutely necessary to make sure my belongings are all safe? The only issue, when I blow this lid, I'm doing it in their presence. But I mean, the bylaw people can help me right? Like if I blow this big of a bomb up, they got to be able to speak to the tenancy board for me right? But then again, I'll just take the total loss of the deposit and rent I just gave them to do this. I could give a fuck.

But given how big of a deal this would be financially... Should I maybe be worried about getting lynched?

Any help would be appreciated. At the point my stuff all out, even if somebody snitches, they can't have the inspection happen and thus, cannot avoid having them talk to me. Fuck would it feel good, and I can afford it.

And i just don't see any legal ramifications whatsoever other than the nonlegal ramification to get attacked/lynched. I doubt these people would do it, but a few million dollars in theft will make anybody do anything. Should i call my local police department to make sure?

(Repost from QQ, due to legal question.)

I want to set up at a local bazaar/market

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- Fri, 24 May 2019 16:40:18 EST l6RTWPK0 No.46395
File: 1558730418788.jpg -(315733B / 308.33KB, 1600x1268) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. I want to set up at a local bazaar/market
In the state of Texas, in the United States,

Is it legal to sell an item chosen at random?

For instance, let's say I had a box with sealed cards arrayed in a random order, and the customer would, after having payed 5 USD, choose whichever they wanted. Within would be a lot number, which would correspond to their prize. Some prizes would cost less than 5 USD, some more, but neither by very much. Maybe they would be different categories (like "knowledge" or "food") which would graduate in price.

I've tried to look it up, but I can't find the right way to describe the idea to google, and 'wheel of fortune' brings up the game show every time. I don't think it's really the same as a raffle, since everyone is sure to get something
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Eugene Sanningfut - Thu, 30 May 2019 10:06:47 EST pIPKtC0X No.46402 Reply
im no expert but it sounds like you're describing an extremely small lottery
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Phyllis Daffingchudge - Fri, 07 Jun 2019 14:08:40 EST s+1m53oI No.46414 Reply
Typically, all games of pure chance are regulated the same with some specific exceptions carved out.

Being your own landlord

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- Tue, 30 Apr 2019 19:12:36 EST jJez1nsz No.46379
File: 1556665956173.png -(149652B / 146.14KB, 500x500) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Being your own landlord
I've seen multiple people do trick to get double tax deductions for basic homeowner expenses:
1. Turn your own home into an LLC that you control.
2. Pay rent to this LLC
3. Het some tax deductions for being a renter.
4. Pay all home-ownership expenses out of the LLCs account
5. Deduct all expenses as business expenses.

I've only ever seen this done in the context of two friends buying a home together but I don't see how this wouldn't work as a single homeowner. Assuming you've hired an accountant to make sure all your paperwork is in order, is it really legal? Or is it just something the IRS won't bother to fuck with? My concern is the LLC doesn't qualify as a valid business since there is no real profit motive.
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Lillian Nundermadge - Mon, 06 May 2019 22:52:57 EST oFRoMKbS No.46384 Reply
>>46379
First of all do you own your house free and clear? Selling your home to an LLC will absolutely trigger an acceleration clause and make the entire balance immediately due.

If that’s not enough of a reason why what you’re proposing is a bad idea I can go through more. It’s mostly state and local problems though. The IRS doesn’t care as long as you’re charging yourself market rent.

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