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"boffa" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

07:37 min | 7 months ago

"boffa" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"Version of the NBA Toll around the world. We do it online and we get like two thousand people doing it all over the world is it's it's been a great success but one of the things I wanted to do. This year was to have a A podcast for each of the twelve classes because my students to kneel online. I looked around and I've seen a check that all the different Moxie podcasts. I really wanted to use the same one and have long interview from each of the twelve episodes and I found. Is this Delights which is yours house like you know h pretty good pretty good and then I thought cheese on this and I can't even remember I'll be honest. I think that was on this so I looked myself up on this but my was like very good but some very good and then so I go eleven twelve so I find it. Eleven great podcasts And truly is I'll probably give you some great in admits so but you on us. It really was the best podcast in the world of marketing. Hands Down you know in terms of quality people the way you run it the topics you pick it was it was truly truly rights and I soak. Oh that's the one for me. And then the reason where there was one topic that was missing which was diagnosis and doing research. And I am a very interesting point. That even the best podcasts in the world and I've listened to every single episode yours now to find the eleven even the best podcasts in the world on marketing. It's lights on on research diagnosis. It's all about tactics and that's not a criticism of you. I think it's a function of the way. Marketing is gone now. It took a while for that endorsement to sink in as those that no mark no he can be very critical in his assessment of marketers in the work that they do. I really can't think much more about what a ride this I. Two hundred episodes has been. I've had the pleasure of interviewing loads of interesting. Cmo's over the years like Roger. Roger Minora MasterCard. Linda Boffa G. E. or even Mark Pritchard opean g among so many others. That I can't I don't have time to name. I've also had the honor to be with really smart thinkers and thought leaders like Seth Godin. Bob Hoffman Mark Barden Richard Charlton. We Mur Snyder's Michael Platt and many others but I'm really thankful for many friendships. That a foreign from these conversations over the last five years. I'm looking forward to deeper bonds and shared experiences ahead. And lastly and most importantly. I'm thankful for you. You listen into each conversation with a curious. Mind looking for what you can learn and apply in your own work. Immune more thankful that you come back again and again to listen while I've met many listeners. And do look forward to hearing from listeners. And I've gotten some great suggestions and guest ideas. Please feel free to write me on the contact page at marketing today. Podcasts DOT COM. I literally read every message. I don't always have the time to respond to everyone but know that I am listening and I am reading every single one so please reach out. I'd love to chat. I want to close out this episode with little sequence from my interview with Seth Godin where he talks about an is overtly frankly setting a new bar for marketers and I hope in some way maybe he small way that marketing today. The podcast that I've been working on and will continue to work on is trying to help us establish and maintain that new bar for ourselves so without further ado. Here's seth and I talking about this. It seems like you're may be overly it's the issuing Seems your overtly trying to set a new bar for marketing and marketers possibly not to put words in your mouth a more noble and virtuous path. Are you trying to counter something or something New Year? Yeah. I'm trying to count on a lot of things. I think that people are inherently. Good if you talk to people about the change they want in the world. If you talked about what they care about most people wanna make things better not selfishly but generously and then they start marketing and they act like a selfish narcissistic short-term thinking pick and do that because they think they're supposed to they do that because they think they have no choices. And all the other professions you not accountants who suddenly become bad people because they're accountants and you don't see production engineers et Cetera et CETERA. Why do marketers race to the bottom? And they raise the bottom because you can find a short term win by tricking people. Buy Cornering people by pressuring people and the thing is you can't keep it up and because you can't keep it up that short-term win is usually followed by a lot of unhappiness and what I've tried to outline for people is that you can make things better and you can make them better by doing this thing. I'm calling marketing. Which is the act of making change happen? I love that phrase of making change happen and this notion of doing better at what you describe the challenges. It sounds like we're all addicted to some sort of drug as marketers or prone to being addicted to the short-term drug. Yeah I mean capitalism compounded. So if you imagine it's a race and people see that there's only going to be one winner and someone starts cheating and they get a little bit ahead and someone else says. I have no choice but to cheat a little bit more. That's all the cheating keeps compounding until everyone's cheating all the time and so it happened in marketing. Is someone shows up makes an insane promise spams the world misleads people and they make a sale and that's a sale. It didn't go to somebody else. So that other. Prince says Whoa. That's not good. I'm going to have to cheat to. And thus the race to the bottom and the problem with the race to the bottom is that you might win. The second problem is you might come in second which is even worse. So I'm arguing that you can race to the top. You might not reach everyone. You know that if you look at what's the number one bestselling piece of music any given week. Or what's the best selling kind of food? It might not be the food or the song you would have been proud to make right. Pringles doritos whatever. It is aren't necessarily good for the planet but that's how you get mass by pandering to people but guess what there's plenty of room way in the middle of the market for you to make a positive difference without necessarily being number one in market share but by being number one in impact. Instead I it's Allen again marketing today was created and produced by me. If your marketing today please feel free to write us a review on I tunes or your favorite listening platform. Don't forget to subscribe. Tell your friends and colleagues about the show. I love to hear from listeners. And you can contact me at marketing today. Podcasts DOT COM there. You'll also find complete show notes links to anything. We talk about any episode. You can also search our archives. I'm Alan Heart that this is marketing..

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"boffa" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

14:04 min | 9 months ago

"boffa" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"That's true picard. Could be part of that as well too good point. That's why I think that's why we're going down this storytelling road and I have to give a shout out here to one of our listeners. A larue Boffa pointed this out just after soji grabs Rhonda's hand and her badge flashes green. Does she need to run. And I got this tweet before I saw the episode and I couldn't stop looking for it when I watched the episode and I think it's really super clear if you know where you're looking for it. Oh yeah because as we remember last episode during the scariest orientation meeting they basically said and when you're fastest green that means that essentially a board has reactivated so larue a fantastic The show runner of survivor South Africa and huge trekkie fan. As well for all your support. Larue he was great to point out that like that. Small detail really didn't mean that something awakened in Rhonda in that moment and assumingly. Everybody everybody else in the room as well but really made her presence known. Yeah it was. It was like the temperature change in the room so something. Something odd is happening happening there and I I thought it also echoed like the fact that the fact that Rhonda grabs a gun in his trying to shoot shoot herself in the head that also echo what we saw at the beginning of the previous episode season. That's just the Romulo away. They're essentially a love to do murder suicides. Well we don't know what their secrets are. They said there's they said their secrets out there. That would completely break a human to know and maybe the maybe it's just like Oh. She learned the secret. So now she's got a activate herself. I don't know but I think it's interesting that H- you points out that but these are also he doesn't know of any other Romulus whoever got assimilated which is weird because you would think he was aboard he should have access to that information these. He's also wrong because we have seen other. Romulus be assimilated but we still. We still don't know exactly what the timeframe is between that ship getting simulated and and the reclamation project moving in on it and maybe it's just the fact that there were rhyming lines aboard that cube that made them interested in it Yeah that's very very true. As well that obviously inherently the Romans. I think we talked last week about how we thought the plot the project was to take out implants and be able to sell them to sort of build them up economically but I think part of it also could be them legitimately seeing. These are Romney lanes at heart. They could help rebuild our population. Let's try to restore their humanity humanity so then we could sort of bolster our numbers as they were considering how many whiteout that Supernova Romulo and we can get at this point. That's a really good point and I think you do have to think about it from the point of view of someone whose entire species just got piped out that is that is very true. Can we talk about Chris. Rose Because I. I don't know why I'm so excited by this guy excited about Han Solo with a beard. Mike Yeah because it because it's Consolo in Star Trek and we haven't seen that before we had that one episode of T. and G. were like that roguish smuggler came in and like early seasons. I actually think from I remember I. I think he was like one of the guys who was up against Jonathan frakes further role of rikers. They want sort of like throw him a bone here but I I don't know I I think maybe it's the fact that you know he like roffe is AH pretty broken character. Ways of independence. His sense of smarmy nece. was that the Billy Campbell. One there was thinking might've been while Billy Campbell was breaker. That's a that's mind blowing. Yeah because he was in a really early episode like being that sort of roguish guy and I don't know I just it feels. It feels weird just because I think we're used to star trek being a little more antiseptic than that. You don't have a guy that's like. His whole thing is to bend the rules. What happened to him? How did he get Don Titanium Ninja Star in his shoulder? Who did that to him? I mean he was playing darts with his -mergency Hologram pals and something terribly wrong. That's what I that's what's so interesting about the character is like he is. This guy was like dumb alone will amount of my own now but like how only do you have to be to program because we know from Voyager right that the the age usually takes the form of like its creator. It's very clear that he either created these hologram programs or he modified them so they looked like him so they could keep him company all day. Yeah maybe he just. He hates other people so much. The only person whose company he can stand Dan himself But he has to give all of the other ones like terrible accents To be the interesting thing is you. You know I was watching Santiago Cabrera in interviews and he has an Irish accent. So I'm intrigued as to why he's putting on a Latino accent for actually. He played Christmas himself. That is very weird. He's he's Venezuelan. He's not Irish he has. He has an accident when he talks though like a like a because he was in like a Lotta BBC shows. It looks like he grew up in a lot of different cities so that probably probably explains his chameleon like ability to embody all of these accents. But I thought maybe I honestly I thought the Irish accent was the fake astounding one so that shows. I know I like this. Because this is like function secondarily Santiago Cabrera's real right. He just like put it the accents. I can do realize.

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BITCOIN BOOM! Was That China Knocking?

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

07:14 min | 1 year ago

BITCOIN BOOM! Was That China Knocking?

"Xena massive massive move most of you probably well aware of it I've seen three days to die full percent up the Friday it ended up if fraud up sixteen point four five percent arguably off the back of the the news China seems to be embracing crypto assets blockchain and Hopefully things cost big on the missile this Saturday really hot a guy and we ended up undeclared a six point eight two percent but at one stage and a wealthy claud was ninety two hundred but that was twelve hundred dollars lower than the high of that candle we did Max out at ten thousand four hundred eighty nine now currently as I said before four point three percent it's nine thousand six hundred sixty three US day look really it's it's one of those looking really awesome looking really nasty going out as far as anything else goes housing there on the data that was some strong divergence on that loss bright law it did one thing that's on the high timeframes was definitely clearly then I'm certainly not suggesting that a cold this movie will try to this because I did not I there's nothing the trading wise would call it this is as simple as on the nobody could a quote this move with anything other than luck or in Saudi for my absolute inside insider trading but I have been wrongful Doug we'll be wrong a guy in as it stands right now bitcoin because it's just moves so you know so radically is really great deal there for me at the minute the trend coming to play better on the four US going to move to the tune we we did see a northbound one thousand two by the way with two stunning to try and do something the one hour well there is a trend that now there is a trend there little bullish candle there with nine minutes to go until it closes now nominates from now which is what I'm actually recording this will actually be for me the second of a ten sorry a non am in the morning here in pseudo name so yeah not a great deal on Bitcoin as it stands skip through the records and talk about theory and well it do also had a very strong performance on Friday closing up twelve point eight nine percent a down day on Saturday night full so what a great deal but it did sort of hinted was trying to break two hundred filed once guy and filed a around that region twice as receives at one eighty six and forty up three point three a one percent right now on a guy naught really that attractive mate for the way that I'll try trends AOL Agai still performance on the fraud sixteen point seven three percent not three dollars thirty three cents currently it's up six percents and not a bad move to die there on the old else mad dog and a little bit of a trend Loyd shop shot look we did have update on the Friday six point five nine percent then we will whipped gyn down two point two seven on Saturday and today we're at three point John was sitting at six point four cents diner remains a very ugly little jot their exile pay well look I mean there's one thing I can't study about X. does seem to be another level over resistance in there on the thirty cent mark it his fawning a bit of having a bit of a hard time getting through in a did before a minute if you recall back in four sorry wrong I'm looking at the daily if you recall back Ellen is that was four out that way thirty cents is another great deal on a four hour on the dial level to get through is really around thirty three cents it's a bit of an ugly to be fair the fraud is a big move was eight the biggest on the Saturday down point flat and again today where up point nine on twenty nine point seven cents a lot going while had obviously taken advance that move on Friday with the the fraud I can't closing up fourteen point eight nine percent everything was sort of lagging bitcoin. bitcoin definitely the dawn performer across the the markets on that Friday session actually woke up to its Saturday morning but it was a Friday. US session that really sort of kicked in US and Europe Lachlan Sixty dollars flat to right now on the nose fof went to nine percent and have argued moved a guy it's bit over the shopping bitcoin cash I'll look very strong rejection of that ought to I ninety one that I've been talking about quite some time you know we saw twenty one point four percent I think bitcoin cash was the largest move at a lot bitcoin was there show bitcoin cash definitely a following up the Sorry bitcoin cash I believe it was the biggest mover with Bitcoin just behind it quite sure what up it have a very strong moving to die out three point two four percent at two hundred and sixty dollars and forty four cents Bonnet is a little well known as much as the assistant alleged Moore I guess so's Ten percent I love that only so a ten percent on the Friday then we went into Saturday eight point nine percent it did really well on the on the fraud I fifteen percent today up thirteen percent so far of the couples guy really really strong looking job there Arafat a basically they just want to pull back in just waiting for those trends to reestablish himself before we get to into the mix Cada two cents up three point fives six also it was ten percent on the night on Friday the Nautilus Movement since then to Buffet Bitcoin S. V. Lemay moving quite well for walnut apple Buckingham hoping to see a little bullish candle that did not get one and from the nine point one five saint twenty five percent full wohlfarth percent and today at one point four percent as a matter of fact pulled back into Tokyo through I'm saying here since it pulled back in its most radim pullback another we've seen a sixty seven rise in bitcoin cash why the it's just moved so right now from me to you I am looking at this market and just waiting for that clarity there is some transient that will be keeping an eye on what he's well what we have saying is some big moves may look at Nair Nair is eighteen percent today and nine percent yesterday I don't know what that's off the back Oh this is a guy bitcoins even with bitcoin strong performance near has outpaced its odds about big patient waiting for the opportunities to arrive Tanaz pullbacks coming in now when we look at the rockets so those pullbacks represent some good opportunities and say you have a great guys and those viewing Sydney get get your spot with very soon ended about which is fast approaching Boffa now

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"boffa" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"boffa" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Suitable for over new. I don't know how much serving as is suing over serving you. I don't know how much liquor you had you could come in and get three some people can take five shots before they're drunk to take seven shots. Like, how can when you look at somebody? And you if they're slurring they can't bunch of people as drunk that that function as a bartender, though, when you see somebody who is visibly drunk and slurring and they've had a certain amount of Jing to post the stop serving them. I've seen like flight attendants on the plane stopped giving people drinks because they were absolutely here. Sorry can't do it. And if that person is sitting there for all hours, you can visibly tell if somebody's like superman, right? And and that there's times you're not one hundred percents. Sure. Like, I don't know. But in this situation, they're saying that you knew he was an alcoholic you knew he was going to these classes. But I don't know if that particular night wasn't tricky with him that night. So it probably wasn't a great idea for him to be a bartender if he was an alcoholic. Yeah. I write Byron Allen his company has just purchased. Remember that whole acquisition of the Twenty-one facts regional sports networks that everybody was trying to get is Cuban local Jay they were meeting on it. Well, Byron Allen's empire, just got it. So they wire that. Yes. Ten billion dollar acquisition, man. Drove include Boffa Byron Allen, y'all don't even know how barring that Byron Allen a black man out getting it. Okay channel last year. All right. So yeah. Congratulations to him. I mean, everybody was trying to make it happen different groups. But Byron Allen is the person who actually won in this bidding. The Weather Channel hasn't been wrong. Lots inspired Alan acquired it though. I just want to throw that out there. They should hire envy. No, I'm joking. The Weather Channel is still the same Weather Channel is banned lebaron island. If you don't know that his kids Google Byron Allen. Okay. All right. I'm angela. Ye and that is your room a report. All right. Thank you. Ye Charlemagne donkey he giving that to dong-ki of the day today is a prime example of why you should go where your celebrated not where you're tolerated we need Phoenix Suns four Josh Jackson to come to the front of the compensation. We'd like to have a word with. Okay. We'll get to that next keeping lot this the breakfast club. Good morning breakfast club. Your mornings on never be say. Hiring is challenging. But there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple. And smart. That place is recruiter where growing businesses connect to qualify candidates.

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"boffa" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"boffa" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"Talks about the the ideas of Walter Benjamin, right which we've talked about him before on the podcast occasionally kind of early twentieth century. I think he's early twentieth century like sort of Marxist, sort of Marxist philosopher, any idea that that is introduced here, which I thought was really relevant was that I feel like that art, right? That arts that is sort of praised. And he's talking in particular about kind of museum pieces that sell for many millions of dollars for being offensive. He talks about how they're museum pieces that sell for many many millions of dollars because they are dick. And then there are copies of them that are worthless. And that we live in an age in which any piece of art can be copied over and over again redistributed and re contextualised and a whole bunch of different ways. And we shouldn't just sort of gloss over the fact that this fundamentally changes our relationship with these pieces of art, and he talks about how the kind of commercial success or the commercial viability of an individual piece of art is a collectible interferes with understanding. The piece of art doesn't exist in only one place in only one context. So like, you maybe when you paint a painting, it sits blogs at museum, right? It sits museum. And and if you want to look at it, you have to go to the museum or the you have to go to the church, right where it was hung over the altar, and you have to experience it in the context of that church. He talks about how it's maybe painted in perspective. Meaning you're meant to stay in a specific space and look at it with a specific I, but then once you start copying moving around that changes their relationship with with with the piece of art. And I'm thinking that maybe it might be worth it to think about this idea with regards to blockbuster movies where the amount of commercial activity that has surrounded them and the millions of dollars and the and this kind of millions of viewers and the kind of Boffa cultural status that blockbusters has have not has blockbusters has no sentence anymore. Blockbusters is gone blockbuster video, but but blockbuster movies have this status. That is connected. Kind of discursive lead to their commercial success. Yes blunt. You're not but Indiana but raiders lost. Our doesn't exist in this sort of single wooden box in the government archives. It's not like raiders lost. Ark is in sort of new middle space where we all have to go visit on its throne. And we all watch it in regard it no like raiders lost. Ark gets copied a lot and it gets shipped around a lot. And you might be watching it on your phone. You went to watching it on your TV and that the circumstances under which you watch it are going to affect really kind of basic way what's going on. And what you appreciate from the art. And what your reaction is to it is kind of the proposition that's being made. And I and I felt like this felt really relevant in in the sense that. I think I said you guys that it's like, well, if you'd Deanna Jones is awful, there's something about this podcast. That's making it awful, which I think is one way I framed it, which is sort of glib way of saying that talking if you're talking about raiders lost ark on a politics podcast. And you've watched a copy of it that has been beamed to you for like in this case, the purpose of entertaining your children, right? Like, you're not really going into the theater in nineteen Eighty-one and sitting there and watching it for the first time and this works both ways because on one hand, it means there's no real total excuse for the idea that well, the Indiana raiders lost ark is a product of its time. Right. And and it has these sort of old fashioned stereotypes in its and these kind of racist caricatures in its and, but but it was made from nineteen eighty one. Right. So it's fine. Well, yeah. But the copy of it you watched on Netflix was generated now. Right. So it wasn't made in nineteen eighty. Yes. It was the original movie was made in nineteen Eighty-one. But you've been you've been copying reproducing an inch..

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"boffa" Discussed on NFL Talking Heads

NFL Talking Heads

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"boffa" Discussed on NFL Talking Heads

"Let's keep moving down this list here of some very intriguing players. And I think at this time of the year, obviously, more so than any other. We talk about this as early as we six or seven. It's like, hey, these people are producing we need to get them in the lineup. Now, the stakes are at its highest how much can we rely on some of these people were a hot, you know, we have atom feeling who is just absolutely fizzled. Unfortunately for people. Here's a wide receiver as done good. The last two weeks quite well last week Robbie Anderson where does he fall on this list in terms of starts? I like Robbie interstate. Here's a player that like going into last week, but I didn't have the balls to actually pull the trigger and start him. Rob Anderson is his still risky. I I like him. Now, the Sam darnold says back on center, I like Robbie Anderson a lot. But again, it has to come down to I like the match up to against Green Bay. You know, I think Robbie Anderson is is kind of in the Mike William situation. I mean, if you have to star Robbie Anderson or Mike Williams, I think personally, I would lean towards Ravi Anderson because I think he has a higher floor, and he's not as touchdown dependence, Mike Williams, but I think they're both in the same situation because we've seen Robbie Anderson have several weeks where he's been in a single digits. Sam darnold is all obviously inconsistent as well a rookie quarterback. So I like Robbie Anderson. I mean, I'm in a league had a has been ravaged with injuries where I'm starting a lot of players off the waiver wire and Robbie Anderson is the player, I'll be very comfortable starting. You know? And I don't mean to go back to compared to Adam feeling, but nobody should be getting cute with without them feeling and over thinking in benching Adam ceiling, it sounds obvious. But there's I've seen a lot of instances over the years where people ride the hot hand. And they think also they need to you know, bench players that approved all year, but are on a cold streak. So you're starting at them theon. You're starting those Players Championship. You're going down with your best players Robbie Anderson would have to be started over somebody. You know, maybe like a golden Tate or Curtis Samuel with or DJ more with. No Cam Newton. You know Todd is kind of in the tire lock range. I think tire lock a little bit safer. So I'd go tire lock it by start him over say Chris Godwin, especially going Dallas. If I would start him over Chris gone for sure. Yep. Starting over to Sean Jackson's well, obviously to Charlotte Watson's back this week. Yeah. The Green Bay Packers are the third worst team against wide receivers giving up fantasy points. So that proves very well for Robbie Anderson. Let's keep moving along this list. Here Robert Foster of Boffa low playing in New England. We know what New England's has allowed terms of defenses to receivers it seems like some of their they played pretty well last week. Right. But we've we've seen some other games like against Miami. Where a hasn't been the case Robert Foster bat to twenty point weeks. If you go back all the way, full five weeks, he's been in double digits, fourteen and more points every week except for one against Miami. Where does he lineup right neck and with Robbie Anderson? I like him more the Robbie Anderson because the game script, I think buffalo is. And it sounds it sounds like, you know, not original say about a New England game. Oh, everything's coming from behind. They're gonna have to throw as bad. As New England's look, I think they're at home. I think they're going to put up points. I think Robbie Robert Foster is going to be the probably the better the better play this week Robbie Anderson if I had the chose I mean, we're talking about a guy who was played five games with buffalo and has been over ninety receiving yards for those five games. He's the best option. They got rid of Calvin Benjamin have Shawn McCoy. So I like Robert Foster, I mean, I don't feel I don't feel like greenery. You don't feel great about either one. It's not like you're starting, you know, someone who's who's rock solid. That's been consistent all year. But I think he's he's been hot. We've seen three to four weeks. He's had really really good games against New England..

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"boffa" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"boffa" Discussed on KOMO

"News morning late night shooting at the Edmund senior center. One person found dead police did get into a vehicle chase soon after they made an arrest of three individuals. It's not confirmed if the three are involved in the shooting also man is dead. Another in critical condition after workplace accident in south Seattle in the sodo area. This was at the les Schwab tire store there on fourth avenue south in Georgetown to were working on a bus that was on a lift at the time somehow the lift collapsed with a bus on it, crushing the men below. It's unclear how it happened department of labor and industries is now investigating a woman from buffalo in critical condition this morning after a tree branch hit her during last night's windstorm. Sixty four year old was watching a storm with neighbors in their call to sack one hundred twenty nine to northeast one ninetieth place. I'll tell people when. You know, we have imminent whether regardless of its snow or wind or whatever. The best thing is to stay inside your house. Sergeant Ethan win of Boffa police department the branch hit her in the upper body and neck medics transported her Seattle's Harborview medical center against he's in critical condition. Also in Bothell, a tree and live power lines fell on a van pool. Meridian avenue at the time six people trapped inside for about two hours. Three of those people were children. They are safe. No injuries reported and one of the first places that walloped by all the wind was on the Olympic peninsula. They're still clearing down trees from state route one A one between port Angeles Annely crushing. There are problems with the water supply and cloud county due to widespread power outages and even area. Some of the other counties were hearing in that area customers being asked right now to use water for central purposes until crews can get everything working back to normal and the south sound heavy wind and Lewis county toppled trees near Napa vine on Jack. Highway as well. And we just we'll get the stories here. Let's get you some numbers here. Latest. We have for outages here. More than two hundred thousand people were without power and. I'll just one I thought we had an update here on some numbers to tell you what's going on with the power outages here from Seattle city light. Apparently, we don't have that. We'll get those two year here. Komo news right now, six thirty four. Let's have a look at.

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"boffa" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"boffa" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I'll go for a hundred seventy seven bucks. So she said I'm looking around the Scotiabank arena, and it's depressing. It's two for the price of one in half the arena. So by the time, they finally got ready for that night's event and opened the doors. They're doing two for one tickets and they've closed out half the arena there they've got these huge black curtains that they put out. It's so funny. It's so funny to see she says, it's half curtained-off and even with that organizers scrambling at the last minute to coordinate more sections behind these big thick black curtains due to a lack of sales I paid one hundred seventy seven dollars weeks before the event I passed the pricey meet and greet on the day of the event some old so unsold tickets have been slashed to single digits. I get reassigned to another section as the Clintons audience space begins to further shrink. But even with all the hurting I've still looking at large swath seventy seats. I cringe. The thought that the Clintons will look out and see that too. It was only four years ago after all the Canadians were clamoring to buy tickets to see the woman who seemed headed for history. So she says it's a sad contrast to sold out Boffa book tour of the shell Obama who's getting a lot more personal for the premium prices, but introspection has never been within the Clintons range. I can't fathom. Why the Clintons would make like aging Rockstars to go on a tour of Canada and the US at the moment when Democrats are hoping to break the stranglehold of their cloistered superannuated leadership at exalt in a mosaic of exciting new faces. What's the point true? I mean, this is a time when democrat party like okay, forget her. Okay. Forget her. We got to focus on now in the future. So what are they doing this for suffered charity to not raising awareness about a cause at this point? They're raising awareness about the Clintons. And it can't be the money, by the way, they have plenty of that. So what is it is it just I'm just asking questions? Now, the questions that marine down doesn't mention is it that the eagles are so huge is it that these people are such. There. So just high on themselves. I don't know. That'd be there. Speaking in Texas tomorrow. He could start as low as six bucks. I think about that. They're going to Texas where George George H W Bush is about to have a funeral. That's not gonna work. This is rarely tone-deaf. You're not even selling tickets to the top tier at all. Tone down six XBox to see the Clintons. All righty Tony coming up in the next hour. We're going to go through George H W. This is a guy who before he was anything before he was the rich businessman before he was director of the CIA before he was present the United States before he was the father of the president and the father of governor. I mean, he's actually the two governors, but he was he was a military hero. He was a twenty year old military here before he was anything. And we have to go through a recount that story because the thing is there are so many stories like this World War Two so many guys who just survived. Survived situations that it's almost unexplainable. How in the world? Did you live? You know, one of those deals we can go back. I mean, Katie I always like to talk about your grandfather's historians. Well, how in the heck did he these other guys survive? How do you? How do you find the baton March? How do you survive plane crashes, how do you survive being held prisoner of war all this kind of stuff? So we'll get into that with George Hw in the next hour as we remember his life. But what he did as a young twenty year old pilot? I mean, it's really sad. Because the other guy's aboard his plane that was hit with anti-aircraft fire didn't survive he did. But even so. Prior to the survival. He thought he was the gardener. I mean, he literally thought. Okay. Well, I've done. I'm twenty years old. I'm one and done, but that didn't happen. So we will talk about that coming up in the broadcast as well. As we hit the power hour here on k as the rich are under attack. Again, this time it's because some well off California homeowners dared to hire private firefighters to keep their homes from being destroyed during the latest wildfires now, despite what the drive by media is saying this is not something new ten years ago insurance companies began offering homeowners an option to have dedicated firefighters protect their homes for price. And it was a win win. The homeowners felt safer and the insurers minimize their risk. And these policies are not just offered to rich homeowners a lot of middle class homeowners by them as well. But the media narrative is that rich California homeowners including celebrities save there. Homes with private firefighters. While the tour were burned out. The media also claims that the private forces supposedly don't cooperate with the government hired firefighters all of which misses the real point in California. The biggest fire risk comes from elected Liberal Democrats, and they're radical environmentalist wacko policies who refuse to manage the forest and get rid of the kindling. The citizens are realized this have wisely taken responsibility, and they're paying for it themselves, and that somehow is not.

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"boffa" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"boffa" Discussed on KOMO

"In the city this according to a new study that is published in the Seattle times at least parts of it are the suburbs. Served by Espy you including Boffa woodinville Kirkland Redmond Bellevue. They would also be out of water service long-term now Espy you paid five consultants. Nearly a million dollars for this study at seven hundred twenty two pages in all and it took more than three years to complete. But the only part the utility is releasing to the public is a thirteen page summary, and that is raising some questions about transparency. Now SP says they are complying with a homeland security designation to keep the entire study secret as pew use off the designation. They say to ensure the report is not subject to public disclosure, but now under increasing pressure they're asking for some more of this to be released to the public and some clarification from homeland security. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. It's almost been a year Cincinnati Amtrak train derailed near DuPont killing three people on the inaugural. Run of a new bypass almost. Brian calvert. Reports alive that bypasses on a fast track for reopening in the last few months trains have been resuming using the point defiance bypass empty trains for now. The tracks. And everything those remain as is because they were not they were not damaged in a derailment Barbara leabeau's with the State Department of transportation's real division and says they've just about finished adding positive train control to all trains, the roll out. Phase the deadline is the end of this year. We tell you all this because the bypass is on scheduled to reopen this spring. The one remaining thing on the bypass and just the bypass is that the Amtrak crew.

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"boffa" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"boffa" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Ali listen right now fifty years is white album came out. What are we gonna do with that? Quiet weather update brought to you by accurate security today. How did they have to this afternoon right now? It's thirty nine degrees. Low tonight. Thirty eight degrees, Sunday, partly sunny. No rain, high of sixty four low of forty two your full weekend forecast comes up in ten minutes on news ninety five five and AM seven fifty WSB Doris is over in Athens, Georgia the classic city. Hey, doris. Good morning. Good morning. I'm looking for very override of yellow multiplying onions. Given to me in nineteen seventy by Mr. JC, Kenan in Oconee county plant one set, and you will get back eight to twelve. Yeah. Wonderful. Have you got any idea where I can get him moved mine and planted a miniature damp spot? Have you described? God have you ever subscribed to the farmers market? Consumer bulletin, Doris. Yes, I haven't I have lost the address to that. And have not look online or or or use the phone book or something because the market bulletin was one time the best place the only place to get things like this old fashioned variety of potatoes. Onions flower seed, all sorts of things that would be my very first source would be to get the farmers market. Consumer bulletin here. Enjoyed it put out with the Georgia department of agriculture and beyond that for next place to go be over there to a cofer lawn and garden there in Athens, Stewart has anything in his place. He might have an idea the people that cofer, very, helpful usually. Actually, no. No the guys because I used to deal with them a bit. Do you ever seen this variety of onion? You know? People have talked about I might have seen. It was pointed to it in the guard. I've never grown it myself. Okay. Boffa boss brothers, boss boss of the hardware store and country living place over where Newton county Monroe pluses like the boss brothers by habit. SEO SS. You're my boss, okay. In monroe. Yup. Okay. And there's another place over in Alabama. They have a website. They don't have a store, but they have a website called the tasteful garden tasteful because they have lots of strawberries, and leaks and tomato varieties and things like that. So the tasteful garden if you want to look that up on Google might be a place that you could find some of these old fashioned things, again potatoes onions and old old thing. But the forest by the farmers and consumers market bulletin here in Georgia.

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"boffa" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"boffa" Discussed on KOMO

"Right now, we have some clouds. It's forty five. Komo news time eight oh, six police are looking for a man who pointed a gun at a state trooper during a high speed chase overnight. This happened in Everett near one hundred twelve south west and fourth avenue west at the time. The cars were going a hundred miles an hour. Every police found the car abandoned, but no sign of the driver. They suspected he was either high or drunk. No shots were fired the search on for a man who sexually assaulted a woman while she was walking through a park in Monroe. More from komo's Joel Moreno Boffa through Monroe police department ran late night patrol through alborn park earlier in the day. A woman says she was sexually assaulted on a path through the park near the skykomish river. It's kinda sketchy down there. I would think. Investigators say it was sometime between nine and ten in the morning and the woman was walking through a clearing the old told police, she thought she was alone until she was hitting the head and attacked by a man, she never saw coming men and women we have to be cautious of what's going on around us nowadays wants the rapists left. The woman got herself to the hospital where medical staff called nine one one officers rushed out to search the area. But the suspect was already gone. The woman was able to give police a description of her attacker, and we posted that on our website at KOMO news dot com. Komo news time eight oh seven. We have some developing news in Washington DC to a leaders of the Senate Democrats have just emerged from a room after reading the FBI report on supreme court nominee of Brett Kavanagh. Here's California Senator Dianne Feinstein Ford, what we've heard from numerous people over the last few days seeking to provide information to the FBI we have seen even more press reports of witnesses who wanted to speak with the FBI, but we're not interviewed Debra Ramirez. Lawyers said he was unaware of any corroborating witnesses were interviewed candidly, what we reviewed today in a very limited time. I was there. I had to leave that report is in parts, and I had the opportunity to read some but not all of it. It looks to be a product of an incomplete investigation. That was limited perhaps by the White House. I don't know, but the White House certainly blocked access to millions of documents from judge Kavanagh's record. I know that and insured that ninety percent of his emails and memos.

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"boffa" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"boffa" Discussed on KOMO

"News center Frank Powell pleaded guilty today to charge. Of aggravated murder in the death of Pierce county deputy Daniel McCartney McCartney was shot and killed last. January while investigating a home. Invasion robbery and Frederickson. In Pierce county superior court, today Powell took responsibility for, the deputies death McCartney's widow Sierra. Addressed the court before sentencing Husband's out hero Mccourty Possible In prison Possibility, of Pearl and that's exactly. The sentence the judge handed the thirty four year old killer, to others remained behind bars in connection with the killing yet to. Be tried the chief of police in Bellevue has been placed on. Administrative leave Komatsu Romero reports to different police departments are now conducting separate criminal investigations this city of Bellevue released a statement saying that, police, chief Steve my let has been put on leave. Effective Thursday this comes after allegations reported to Bothell police involving an incident in that city more than a. Year ago my Johnson is. Boffa police captain farm is currently investigating criminal allegations of all. Been compete my let at, this time this is an active. Criminal investigation so we couldn't give any further details about the nature of the. Criminal investigation Boffa PD's case is in addition to an internal investigation being done by the city of Bellevue assistant, police chief Patrick Arpan will serve as acting police chief in Bellevue Steve Marlet became bellevue's chief of police in two thousand fifteen after serving as chief of police, in, southlake Texas see Romero KOMO news How much should he tees make Seattle city councilman Shamas savant says at least, twenty, five bucks an hour Jeez holding a rally at Harborview park so want demanded the mayor's. Office include a twenty five dollar minimum for EMT's in the new contract, being negotiated with American Medical response Seattle politicians are very quick and rhetoric about being in solidarity with workers. But we need to see action says EMT's are being forced out. Of the city, due to low pay but Mark says they pay their Seattle employees above a, living, wage in.

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"boffa" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"boffa" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"But prior to me arriving, I I walk in and my boy laughing his ass off and I can hear goes in Danny through the through the headphones. They're laughing around what was all that about goes. Right. I don't know how we got on the topic, but Mike Boyle had told me Danny and I that, oh, we were talking about as we get older, certain things that when we were younger would make us laugh now piss us off. And for me, that's having bend over and pick something up and hitting my head or stubbing my toe, that sort of thing. We had this conversation a couple of days ago and then I told him today, guess what? That's actually happened in the last forty, eight hours both of them. And so he told me that he's had a pretty chill week except he did run out of gas and all that kind of sucks. And he goes happens all the time all the time. He gave me a number of how many times this happen to him and his lifetime. The you wanna take a guess. I do. Hang on. Let me take this drink water. Okay. Make sure you swallow the fact that you guys are laughing. Your asses off leads me to believe that I, I need to estimate higher than lower. So I think every adult can say one, two, three times. I don't think there's an adult walking this plan. They can say, he's never ran out here. She is never advocate gas by the way. Never. Okay. All right, so so maybe it's hero to three. All right, but once you get past three. Yeah, you're right. Look at that individual and go really come on, dude, you know. But I think I ran out either once or twice, Mike Boyle, you guys will laugh your ass off. Now. This is where I gotta say, I gotta shoot hiring, say like eight except. I was about to answer on the pre show and you guys said, no, no stop right there. Stop right there. And this thing's going to be ridiculous number. So I'm going with twenty. Okay. I think every human should probably think the way you do and go along that same line. That is not what he said though. The first number he gave out was very high and then he corrected himself. But that second number doesn't very much Justice either. The first number throughout was three hundred. Then he said, nah, you know, damn. Overreact. Three hundred hundred. Then he brought it down to one hundred, but he said, that's a hundred that I can remember. It may actually be higher than that, but just to be safe. Yeah, yeah, that is a lot comfortable with that. Mike Boyle. Boy, I just how does your nine learn from the I ninety the first right. Seventeen. Like I mean, the I five, the first three. Because running out of gas, let's clarify the car came to a stop, and then you had the pri- push it to the side. Someone gets out of that car. People are Hong, and yeah, and then you have to either have a gas can on your hope. Someone does or call a. c. you've encountered all these situations and none of those fell like such a pain in the ass. That. I I, you know, it was a situation where I didn't have the money to to put in the gas, and I was trying to get to places that guest beat up cars at Boffa. Craigslist didn't have a gas gauge broken gas gauge, so you know it was got used to it. I'm lost occurrence actually was last Wednesday. Would you have money now? I have money. I know. I know. I know. I know. Car. I've seen it. It's not a beat up and I've, I've ran out of gas far less in my truck than I at all the cars. I phoned in the thing and go. All right. Rush. It's kind of like a game because there's been times I played that game as well. Yeah, I'm like, okay, 'cause I've had literally ran a gas car still rolling, and I've been able rolled into a gas station right through like that's such a triumph in like, we're maybe fetish. I don't know. Totally get what he's saying Campbell thin. Then we were all laughing. We were trying to come up with a theme song for Mike when this would happen and we were playing, we think this is what playing when when he gets out of the car..

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"boffa" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"boffa" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Timeout to look at some of the stories making headlines across asia and my guest in the studio is duncan boffa whose the editor of asian affairs magazine duncan thank you for coming in this evening let's start with the chief of ali baba who's been offering support to a billionaire in japan this is fascinating story softbank one of the richest companies in the world absolutely without a single doubt the most successful international company in japan in recent years he's each thing thing a very close link with china massive investment in other baba the big internet in service provider in china a few years ago twenty four million pounds now worth more than two hundred billion us dollars and softbank yesterday had its annual general meeting in tokyo few people criticized it they said we'll this doesn't read like a very good way to try to develop international visit but chat mall one of the richest people in china shook hands with bassil she saw the chief executive of softbank considered yeah up city we're going forward together why is that so irritating to some people watching it well because it link between japan south korea and china so myself she sean set up this company in the nineteen eighties to try to get into the new technology that was going to affect asia and jack ma as the depan air of alibaba which turned out to be very very very successful internet company and china have many cullman ideas with moscow she saw the other person of course it was very interested in what they were doing with steve jobs of apple and together they have managed to increase the value of their organizations enormously in terms of the stock market valuation southbound cut its i knew general meeting in tokyo yesterday a lot of people said well it's all based on speculate and you'll hoping that one day perhaps you know some idea about walking dome in california's gonna make a huge amount of money the jet mall china's richest man shook hands with masayoshi sun japan's richest man who's also by the way ethnically korean and said i support him i believe what is going to do is going to be a fantastic success let's move to south korea now whether it's been a court ruling about kidding folks from meat which is being described as on landmark south grazing successional contra costa this year has been a good year for south korea and tubs of its international reputation paul the well mainly of goals because of the reproche mon with it off now this many things that we could say about that and we could have a long conversation about whether or not we think that moon jaein and kim gene going to be able to be able to build a stability of peace and reconciliation however we also there's one particular reason that south korea always gets in the national news and that's because claim the eat dunks some of them do but ready nevertheless this court ruling that's come through today says no it's not allowed to slow dogs when not going to eat them anymore having said that it's not something that necessarily is going to roll through the whole of south korean society immediately but it is going to raise a big challenge to the negative image of south korea as a country which despite its sponsor jesse still has a strange attitude would eighteen dogs let's go to china law sleep because i in addition to the many things you're not allowed to say on the internet in china now not allowed to talk about an american while british comedian who has a very popular show on tv in america jones boats say why did he say this what did he say all american television he's one of the most popular television presenters in the united states and he basically said that she shing ping has manipulated the chinese media to make him over the populist he he he's using the jump the chinese media too controlled way in which chinese people think about the communist party now well all that controversial in terms of comedy program in the united states but the.

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"boffa" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"boffa" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"For other countries than we have done for boffa rico in during hurricane maria and the people a cuarto rico are american citizens different country american citizen he says the federal government needs to prepare for the next possible storm atlantic hurricane season started june first some relief for the pizza delivery man detained by ice agents in fort hamilton at least for now so feel hall says the ecuadorean immigrant facing deportation was granted an emergency stay he will remain in ice custody but will be able to pursue permanent residency status said attorney gregory copeland the judge's order get not ordered that he be released from detention immediately we are hopeful that given that there's no possible reason to keep him detained to keep him away from his family that that will will decide to release him but until we resolve other issues in his case he would remain detained even after the the order from today v live censeo is from hempstead and as a wife and two children he was delivering a pizza to fort hamilton in brooklyn when he was picked up by immigration authorities sophia hall wcbs newsradio eight eighty the fifteen year old girl behind the wheel of an suv that crashed on the metro parkway is now facing criminal charges state police have rented arrested cindy sanchez and charged with second degree manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide of the ten people that were in the v three were killed all teenagers including her thirteen year old brother her eighteen month old child her son survived sanchez will be arraigned tomorrow in nassau county family core taxi medallions aren't worth what they used to be doing large parts who ridesharing apps like uber and lift this month the post says a record one hundred and thirty nine medallions will be offered for sale at a bankruptcy auction the collection is part of the thirteen thousand five hundred eighty seven medallions that make up the city's fleet of iconic yellow cabs at their peak each medallion was worth more than a million dollars now they're word somewhere between one hundred sixty thousand to.

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"boffa" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"boffa" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"And brady is gonna retire in two years and miami will probably have tanna hill boffa all have josh allen we'll see how that works no idea who new england will have and you'll have sam darnold my the way donald was not only number one at quarterback on virtually every board bradley chubb was number one on the four people i called yesterday driving down chargers ability i called four my people who's your top defensive player they all had bradley chubb the the browns passed on him too i've said this so many times anybody listening to my show you absolutely deserve credit for your success i think people who succeed doesn't matter if you're a schoolteacher a landscaper a truck driver sports caster or a quarterback or a gm you deserve seventy seventy five percent of the credit but be honest with yourself twenty five thirty percent of the credit you've just taken advantage of dumb people making mistakes that you work against cleveland had to shawn watson carson wentz instead once again they go for an under sized not overly athletic loud offfield baggage big twelve quarterback over the bigger stronger safer reliable great character conference that put quarterbacks in the nfl pac twelve regularly sam darnold a source told me this morning and i trust it because this is somebody who have relied on for years cleveland didn't draft darnold because they thought it would just be trying to turn around the franchise too big for him and there was massive disagreement in the browns selection room some baker some josh allen they thought it was too big for him.

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"boffa" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"boffa" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"And brady is gonna retire in two years and miami will probably have tanna hill boffa all have josh allen we'll see how that works no idea who new england will have and you'll have sam darnold my the way donald was not only number one at quarterback on virtually every board bradley chubb was number one on the four people i called yesterday driving down chargers ability i called four my people who's your top defensive player they all had bradley chubb the the browns passed on him too i've said this so many times anybody listening to my show you absolutely deserve credit for your success i think people who succeed doesn't matter if you're a schoolteacher a landscaper a truck driver sports caster or a quarterback or a gm you deserve seventy seventy five percent of the credit but be honest with yourself twenty five thirty percent of the credit you've just taken advantage of dumb people making mistakes that you work against cleveland had to shawn watson carson wentz instead once again they go for an under sized not overly athletic loud offfield baggage big twelve quarterback over the bigger stronger safer reliable great character conference that put quarterbacks in the nfl pac twelve regularly sam darnold a source told me this morning and i trust it because this is somebody who have relied on for years cleveland didn't draft darnold because they thought it would just be trying to turn around the franchise too big for him and there was massive disagreement in the browns selection room some baker some josh allen they thought it was too big for him.

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"boffa" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"boffa" Discussed on KOMO

"The light rail that's come owes tammy matassa reporting police rushed to the scene after people tried to jump out of the way of a moving car in bothell friday night the first pedestrian was hit at the intersection of one hundred i in maine the second just down the road of maine and boffa way police come up with a suspect near a one hundred and eighty fifth street near pop keeney stadium goes joel moreno as what happened waffles downtown district was crowded with people when a driver came up a hill and roared onto main street i heard screen or skidding on the road and then i heard kind of a third a man in a crosswalk jumped out of the way but police say the driver smashed into a woman kept heading down the street then struck another woman in a different crosswalk car hit two people but it attempted to hit as many as four people police managed to pull the suspect over a couple of blocks away before anyone else was hurt and there was one white sedan and a guy in handcuffs and he got away he provided initial information that this was on purpose we do not suspect impairment and he's advising that that this was an intentional act on his part that first woman hit was conscious as medics took her to the hospital police say for injuries are bad but not life threatening the second woman we're told she declined to be taken to the hospital but was treated at the scene and police say the suspect is at twenty two year old man he works in the buffalo area they're not aware of any significant criminal record he has been arrested komo news time ten thirty four let's check aaa traffic now's like we have a new collision southbound i five right around.

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