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"captain skies" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:25 min | 7 months ago

"captain skies" Discussed on KCRW

"Members of the World Trade Organization are meeting on this last day of April to discuss a push by India and South Africa to temporarily suspend patents on covert vaccines, backers say would increase the global supply of vaccines if More countries could manufacture them. Marketplaces Samantha Fields reports. There is now enough supply of vaccines in the US that pretty much any adult who wants a shot should be able to get one soon. But in most other countries at the rate things are going that reality is years away. We don't have enough vaccines for the world now or any time in the near future. Amy Captain Ski is a law professor at Yale. And she says a big part of the reason is that the vaccines are patented. Atten serve, essentially, government granted monopolies. They allow you to prevent anybody else from making something that's covered by your patent. Which she says is not a good idea in a pandemic because we want all hands on deck. You want everybody who is able to make these vaccines in a high quality way to make them And to help us put billions and billions more doses out when the next six months, But waving patents alone wouldn't necessarily make that happen, says Jacob Sherko at the University of Illinois College of Law. It presumes that if we just like, write it down like it's a recipe for chocolate chip cookies weaken, just like make vaccine tomorrow, And that's simply not true. Because Sherko says vaccine manufacturing is complicated. It needs skilled, highly specialized facilities. It needs skilled technicians to actually conduct some of the manufacturing processes. Some of which are company secrets and forcing drug companies to share their patents would not force them to share their secrets. Glenn Cullen at Harvard Law School says the government had some leverage here back when it was making deals with drug companies as part of Operation Warp speed. One could have imagined a version of this. Where is part of a condition of receiving the funding? There was more done to ensure access for less developed countries and sharing of technology and sharing of intellectual property. More than 100 countries back the proposal to temporarily waive covert vaccine patents. The U. S isn't one of them. But the White House says it's considering the idea. I'm Samantha Fields for marketplace. The news from Europe is that the economies of Germany, Spain and Italy contracted January to March as the continents vaccine rollout ran into problems and lockdowns came back. France's economy, however, rebounded Key stock Index and Amsterdam is down 3/10 Percent Now hear the S and P future is down 7/10 percent NASDAQ future Down 9/10 of a percent. U. S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh believes many who work for gig economy companies should be classified as employees with benefits, not contractors. Uber stock fell 6% yesterday on the news Lift. Fell 10% door dash down 7.6%. Marketplaces Nancy Marshall Ganz is following this. What did Secretary will say? He told Reuters that sometimes gig workers are treated respectfully. In some cases. They're not. They're independent contractors, so typically, they don't get overtime with a minimum wage. And normally they're not eligible for unemployment benefits. Walsh says the profits that companies like uber lift indoor dash are making right now should trickle down to the worker. What are the levers the Labor Department might use in this regard Well, the department sets the rules and legal guidelines on employers. Treatment of workers. The Labor Department's wage and hour division has proposed getting rid of a Trump administration rule. That makes it easier for companies to classify workers as independent contractors lost pointed out. The federal government had to step in during the pandemic to cover unemployment benefits for gig workers. What about the gig economy, we companies themselves. In an e mailed statement. Uber said its workers want to stay independent because they like being able to set their own schedules. Or bash told me in an email that its workers quote value the flexibility to earn when and how they choose. Both Doordash and uber say they're considering adding new benefits for their workers. But they haven't provided any details on that. All right. Marketplaces. Nancy Marshall Guns here in Washington. Thank you..

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"captain skies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:51 min | 7 months ago

"captain skies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Vaccines. Backers say would increase the global supply of vaccines if more countries could manufacture them. Marketplaces. Samantha feels reports There's now enough supply of vaccines in the US that pretty much any adult who wants a shot should be able to get one soon. But in most other countries at the rate things are going that reality is years away. We don't have enough vaccines for the world now or any time in the near future. Amy Captain Ski is a law professor at Yale. And she says a big part of the reason is that the vaccines are patented. Atoms are essentially government granted monopolies. They allow you to prevent anybody else from making something that's covered by your patent, which she says is not a good idea in a pandemic. Because we want all hands on deck. You want everybody who is able to make these vaccines in a high quality way to make them and to help us put billions and billions more doses out when the next six months But waving patents alone wouldn't necessarily make that happen, says Jacob Sherko at the University of Illinois College of Law. It presumes that if we just like, write it down like it's a recipe for chocolate chip cookies. We can just like make vaccine tomorrow, and that's simply not true. Because your co says vaccine manufacturing is complicated. It needs skilled, highly specialized facilities. It needs skilled technicians to actually conduct some of the manufacturing processes, some of which are company secrets and forcing drug companies to share their patents would not force them to share their secrets. Then Cohen at Harvard Law School, says the government had some leverage here back when it was making deals with drug companies as part of Operation Warp speed. One could have imagined a version of this. Where is part of a condition of receiving funding. There was bored done to ensure access for less developed countries and sharing of technology and sharing of intellectual property. More than 100 countries back the proposal to temporarily waive covert vaccine patents. The U. S isn't one of them. But the White House says it's considering the idea. I'm Samantha Fields for marketplace. The news from Europe is that the economies of Germany, Spain and Italy contracted January to March as the continents vaccine rollout ran into problems and lockdowns came back. France's economy, however, rebounded the key stock index and Amsterdam is down. 3/10 of a percent. Now here Dow and S and P Futures are down in the 3 to 4/10 of a percent range. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh believes many who worked for the gig. Economy companies should be classified as employees with benefits, not contractors. Uber stock fell 6% on the news lift. Fell. 10% door dash down 7.6% marketplaces Nancy Marshall Ginza is following us What did Labor Secretary will say? Well, he told Reuters that sometimes gig workers are treated respectfully and in some cases, they're not. They're independent contractors, so they typically don't get overtime with the minimum wage. Normally they're not eligible for unemployment benefits, either. Wash says the profits that companies like uber lift indoor dash are making right now should trickle down to the worker. And what lever could the Labor Department use for this? Well, the department sets the rules and legal guidelines on employers treatment of workers. The Labor Department's wage and hour division has proposed getting rid of a Trump administration rule that made it easier for companies to classify workers as independent contractors. Walsh pointed out. The federal government had to step in during the pandemic to cover unemployment benefits for gig workers. As for the gig companies Uber and Gord Ash told Reuters..

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"captain skies" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

09:34 min | 1 year ago

"captain skies" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"But this abortion ban is for a lot of people that I talked to Like lawyers, activists people really involved in women's rights fight for years. It was a surprise, and we at the beginning for that It was truly at political move because there was some kind of a crisis and between two most important groups on bond people and the politics and the others who have captain Ski Watts. Told to behave in too liberal ways. So I think that it was supposed to be a move on winning back those people for whom he became kind of too liberal, But I'm not entirely sure if he really wants aware off the scale that this move, will you know? That the scale of the movement that this act will will start and population Yes. So let's talk about that movement. How has it come? Toby? Does it have leaders? If so, who are they want? What can you tell us about it? And also just how big is it? And how did it become so big? Yeah, it's so those are really considered among like me and other journalists covering it. The more the biggest and Social, the longest, um, manifestations and modern Poland since communism times, Um Poland is not a country where, like modern Poland and last but yes, it's not a country we're going on the streets and protesting is a way to live and a way to try to fight for the rights. It's not something People do and it's not something that people repeatedly do every day for a month s so this is why it's so different and so important, especially also that it's happening and a lot of small counts not only most of which is the capital, which is like more logical but like in 606, 100, other little and Towns and villages remembers organized it comes, I think from the group that is called old Poland women strike. It's a group that was actually born in 2016 year during previous Much smaller. But before that, there will be already by big protests again against the possibility of further battle commotion. Um, think the main group is based on wall, so they're really like just a few. People coordinating it. There is Marchal Emperor Clementina. So Hannah and Agnieszka Ciara, the red ska. Those are free women who are like faces off the woman strike. But in reality, this really a group off local activists connected through Facebook and other social media and coordinating Protests all around Poland's, um Yeah, So that's that's how the situation is and those protests are happening now. Every day. There is something going on in also, and every day there's something going on in at least one or two other pounds around the country and it it's been like that for last month. On DSA. Some of these bodies have being really very large, right? Yeah, Yes, yes. At one point, um, at one point all around the country, there were, uh, a 100,000 people on one Wednesday and the biggest profits until now gathered on Lian will also for 130,000 people. It was about freaks ago on Friday. There is another big one planned for tomorrow on war so bad all around the all around the country because Poland is celebrating 102 years off women's rights to vote tomorrow, so Uh, that's that's a good time to full report it like that. It's no. So the band hasn't the new band hasn't passed yet correct because of the protest. Way don't really know whether it's because of the protests or not, Um, this situation is that the verdict has been established legally, once the verdict off constitutional tribunal has been established. It has to be published in an official Book off on the criminal. And once it's published 12 hours yet later it comes and to blow and it becomes slow on the government. Indeed, um, didn't publish it. Until now, But it has happened before. Like there is the whole conversation also about you know how free the judges are and how the political system function problems on the under peace. Government. Um, but they are supposed to publish this law. And, um us from my conversation with, um Foreign Ministry a week ago. They are going to do it soon. No one knows when, but we all imagine that the day it will become law. People will Go again on the streets and hundreds as they did on the 20 seconds on de specially, it will become a nightmare for women and for doctors around the country. Yeah, and we'll get right back to that. Let me just reintroduce you because you strike is an award winning Polish photo journalist based in Paris on war. So she has documented these protests that we're talkin about against the new ban on abortion that would ban almost all abortions. Um of course, women are still getting pregnant without Wanting to, um sometimes because off rape, sexual assault. What do they do now? If they need abortion, can they still get it in Poland? And if not, what do they do so fast in case of rape or incest? Women? We're not really getting abortions anyway, because you know, in order to get an abortion in legal case, they would have to have a proof that they were first raped. And second, the pregnancy's actually issue of this rape, which is an extremely traumatic experience in itself and fighting for the possibility of having this abortionist much more than really any woman can take So they're no cases resistant like this to be honest in Poland. So this is the first thing what women do, um, they reach over groups of activists over Internet um, they get by, um, abortion pills. Coming from abroad and then take them at home. Oh, they go abroad. And this is woke. A tremendous majority off women are doing in Poland nowadays. Um the thing which will change is that in those cases off People malformations where first. Those cases are, you know, like women learned that the there is a problem of the pregnancy, not earlier than a 12 week. Sometimes both in a week. Because those are you know, the prenatal checkups that can at this point show any kind of problem in development of the Peters Um And in those cases, the medical support and like the medical help and the possibility of doing it and save space off your own country or own language with your family around. Um it's extremely important and Those will be the women who are actually targeted by the new law. And who will be the victims off the new bands to be honest, and it will be the most difficult for them. Yeah, well, you said that a lot of women go toe other countries to get an abortion. But that can't be a trip thing, right? So only women who have some kind of money can actually afford to do that. First of all of my correct And secondly, what about the others? Yeah, you are correct. Well, this is a well known truth that any kind of abortion bands any kind of restriction toe access to abortion doesn't Really ban abortion itself, because women will always be doing abortions. Senate has been like that since centuries, it is actually Catching the most vulnerable and The poorest woman in every country..

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"captain skies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"captain skies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Vaulting past rivals to become the country's largest regional bank again. Recapping equities hire 10 Year by the way, the yield their 100.90% s computer record up 41 up 1.2%. I'm Charlie Pelant. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. This is Bloomberg Business Week With Carol Massar on Bloomberg Radio. You're listening to Boulevard Business Week. I'm Carol Master and our Bloomberg Interactive Brokers studio. Well, one of the panels this morning at the Bloomberg New Economy form was about a new deal for workers. It featured quite a lineup was hosted and moderated by my buddy Jason Kelly, a Bloomberg News and Bloomberg quick. Take On the panel, where Chris Kempinski, CEO of McDonald's, also Ginny Rometty, executive chairman, over at IBM, and Steve Schwarzman, chairman, co founder and CEO, Blackstone. They talked about the plight of workers and what needs to be done. Here's a little clip from it. What we set out and pointed term new collars that would have a positive connotation. We said we had to offer a new pathway for people into our company, not just rooted ish, a traditional four year degree. It's not just about providing good opportunities that way it is. But there is now I think a much higher level of appreciation and understanding on the safety component. And you know, we have I think like everybody learned through this will mark them apart from all other types of employment as valued class. It'll awesome increased their after tax compensation significantly. And that last voice with Steve Schwarzman chairman, co founder and CEO, Blackstone talking about how teachers should not be tax of putting out that plan or idea. I also heard from Ginny Rometty, executive chairman of IBM, and also Chris Captain Ski CIA McDonald's They really were looking at and just kind of a reminder as a backdrop. You know low income essential workers who have really suffered disproportionately when it comes to cover night he locked down and so really, as governments and companies begin the task of economic rebuilding, you know, asking the question. What would a new social contract for workers look like? Let's see what our next guest has to say about that with us, his art builder, venture capitalist founder and CEO working nation, former vice chairman of Akamai Technologies, joining us On the phone from Los Angeles. Art. Nice to have you here with us. You know, we are a disease. What Nice. So does Dad be here? Nice to have you virtually What's interesting is and I had a conversation's, too with the president of Philadelphia fed, Pat Harker, you know that we're at this kind of interesting point where we really need to think about we saw so many workers. Who really in vulnerable spots, putting their health on the line because they were considered, you know, essential workers had to go to work, but they were also workers that weren't necessarily paid a lot, especially when you think about supermarkets. Delivery folks, you know, um there were restaurant workers, people who were doing delivery. I didn't have much of a safety net, but it's an opportunity to kind of think about workers. How tow necessarily take their skills. Maybe get them to jobs that pay better, you know, improve their plight, So I'm just curious when you look at this time coded What are some of the key issues that you think we need to be addressing as a nation? Well, I think the first thing we need to do is understand. Ah, how Understand this issue, And by the way, this is an issue that we were facing long before. Even. Ah, you know the pandemic? Obviously the pandemic has accelerated it dramatically. But, you know, I've been focused on the Issue of four things coming together like never before in history, and that is globalization. Technology. Longevity, you know units of labor staying in the workforce longer. And broken education, particularly given relative to how fast those other three or changing the world And as a dean it and why you said to me a few months ago, she said, Art when you spoke here it and why you and February your opening line was that over the next 10 15 20 years blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. She said, Art I would seriously consider chopping about 10 years off your timeline. They're here and and I agree with that, But this has been this isn't solely a pandemic issue. This is something that was proceeding along. I think quite dramatically long before the pandemic. Yeah, absolutely. Because globalization man that's been happening for years. If you think about it, the impact of technology has just picked up momentum. But it too is not just something that happened yesterday. It's interesting so How do we address this? How do we start to think about it? You know, it's interesting. The Bloomberg New Economy Forum is happening, and Larry Summers was speaking. But he was specifically talking about the role of global policy makers, meaning Global central bankers essentially and how the role that they have to pet play. They may have a limited amount of tools in their tool kit right. They can't create fiscal policy like lawmakers can make, but they can certainly lay out the problems that everybody really understands what the problem is. And the implications if you don't address it. And so he was obviously talking about the virus and the impact on the economy. So what is the problem that we need to be kind of laying out that everybody understands what's going on? You can start to think about productive strategies to fix it. Yeah, well, it's funny that you mention Larry Summers because this all began coming together in my head. Seven years ago Last month at a dinner, I was invited to a New York where Larry Summers was the guest speaker. It was not the subject of the dinner, but he said something that all of a sudden brought this together. The first thing is awareness, and that's why I created this not for profit media enterprise to educate the people of this country. That's what working nation is because what I found back starting seven years ago and ever since then there was so little understanding. The number of times I would go up and down Park Avenue in a meeting in New York and laid out to some jelly and fund manager or top executive and they would say to me was sent a follow up email saying heart I can't believe how you've opened my eyes.

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"captain skies" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"captain skies" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You're right. He is. Did she say a little ski? Easy? Yeah. No, he's he should wear a cape Skis like Captain skis like Super skis. Alright. I didn't want to do this last male. Mark. Actually, you want to do it? You do. Oh, yeah. You want to do it? We're about to throw down we go. OK, Let's do a of time. Why don't we save it for student Because it needs it. Probably gonna need a whole city is gonna need all of you know, Jason Thiss Broad has written us. Broadly lovely. She is a sweet, sweet lady. Sharon is abroad name, but she's a sweet lady. Let's not call her abroad. I mean, in the way that you call her that this person has written us and is very upset, not upset. Upset. She wasn't upset. I feel like she was delightful in her in her correspondents. I can't believe you would lie for this woman's life. Way we'll talk about it coming up next with that air speed run is over. So I've talked about my 50 year old house and all the issues. It has heating, plumbing everything. But no matter what issues I throw at them, fast track takes care of me every time and I've had major air conditioning and heating issues at my 12 year old house and they've come out and fix those in hours, not days. Mind you but hours I even had to new A C units put in almost two years ago by FastTrack FastTrack is awesome and explaining what they're doing in your house. When they're doing it. They don't try to up, sell you And you just can't stump him. They know what they're doing, And that's why they burned our trust. They've helped both of us with so many issues, and they always do it honestly and expertly, the folks in fast tracker True professionals who really know their stuff, and that's why they're rated so out with the B. B. B and they have a for 100 years of combined experience. Nate certified taxi you can count on to figure out whatever problems you're having and get him sorted out. So if you have any issues with your heating a seer plumbing, you need to rely on the best folks in the business FastTrack calling today at 7553970 That's 7553970 Let's say you just bought a house. Bad news is you're one.

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"captain skies" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"captain skies" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Wait from Birger Wiik dot com is co hosting with me as well as my body. And really, brother is kind of where we've jumped, Where Brother, I think is probably more appropriate. Now we've way we bonded in a way that only two men can over burgers. And so that happen. And you saw budding last year during birth Burger weakened now. Through the fruits of our watering that relationship and nurturing it. It's full fledged brotherhood right now. So that's happening. And Jeff Cut Nick from food, beast dot com is with us. And Jeff. I'd really like for you to introduce our next guest because he too, is one of your food brothers, one of ours another food brother, We've got a food science expert and staff writer Constantine spirals. If you've seen some of our segments on Instagram or Tic Tac. We haven't asked Costa segment because he just has so much knowledge on DH. He's doing a collaboration with stacks. Pancake House, which Is like the premier Hawaiian breakfast heater in southern California. So whether it was cowardly and eggs, whether it was Mac a Damian up banana pancakes. These guys are awesome. And so I'm excited to hear what coast has to say about his burger. Hey, brother. Welcome to the fourth report. Hey, welcome, Jeff. I know you're jealous that I got on to stack 1st 0 man. So Jeff, he's calling out saying that you're jealous. You know, I am jealous of the beautiful chaos said he's created. There's a little bit of a food beast rivalry going on all of our burger creation. So Cose is unafraid to talk a little smack once in awhile, So I'm guessing I'm about to get some heat. Well, he would He lunged right for you right out of it. I couldn't stop him. I mean, even as the host, I couldn't. I'm sorry, but, you know, bring it Tell us about the allegation. Captain Sky. It's yes. So what? I've got going with pancake houses. What? We're calling the barbecue Kalua Pork burger. So you got to. This is kind of meat's going on this. Not this is this is a crazy one deal. You've got a beef Patty and kalua pork that sneaks in house. Stop talking. Don't say another word. This has to be lies, all of barbecued Colomb pork. Yeah. Get crazier from there, man. I mean, I was at the restaurant shooting video movie burger, and they put on as much. Cheddar Jack chief on the Patty as the with Kalua pork on the burger. So you've got a burger. You've got cheddar, Jack. You've got the kalua pork. You've got Hawaiian barbecue sauce and coleslaw all in a Portuguese fun, So it's not like that little extra bit of sweetness to balance with. The city of the barbecue sauce, and that richness and pain from the chief means It's a flavor bomb man. So he is describing the layers of flavor in this the Portuguese But hey, you know, I don't mean to put you on the spot, brother, but can you sing all of the ingredients? To the tune of the big maximum. Oh, man, if I knew the big Mac selling off the top of my head I could do that for you on his special sauce. What? You don't know that song and you're on food beast dot com Es I'm Jenny. Um, a little bit later in life. We didn't really have that, you know? Okay. You have McDonald's back then. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I called out a rare culinary pull there. Uh, he doesn't know that. Come on, Who doesn't know that song? Portuguese Bonds. Beef Patty Kalua Port the first time I had kalua pig. I was in Hawaii, and it was life changing, like I never wanted to eat anything else ever on that. What do you have it there When you have it? There is something special. And Nixon. The chef actually spent a lot of time in Hawaii, so he was able to bring a lot of true place of Kalua pig. Back to the tax pancake house with him, And it's honestly just like an explosion of flavor so dead. I just get this envision, right? Our I'm envisioning right now the chef digging a hole in his back yard. Don't worry, like, you know, and everybody in the neighborhood is is, you know on citizen Oh, my good or neighborhood or whatever. And they're like, Oh, my God. This guy's digging a hole. I think he's burying somebody, and he's like no I'm making Kalua P for Birger Wiik dot com. So relax about it. That sounds awesome. It was there was there something that spoke to you originally made something inspired by the chef. What is it? That made you say? This is the burger I want to create, And this is what I want to shove down Jeff's face on Call him Oppa. So for me, Hawaiian Barbecue has always been one of my favorites and meet a quintessential Hawaiian barbecue dish is Cholula Port. And when I picnics and up and said, Hey, I wanna do something with you guys. Stacks of Ah Longtime favorite restaurant of mines out here in Irvine and O C hey, was like, Yeah, Kalua Pork. Sounds great. So you know, honestly, that's why I came from is just kind of a meeting of the minds there. That's a good test. By the way. Um, you know, you say, hey, I think we should do something with Kalua pork, and he goes. That sounds great. That's a good test for any like relationships in life. You go up and you say, Hey, let's do something with Kalua pork. And if you get, you know Then you go. I hate your guts. And I don't want to know you. And then you leave, and then you probably will never be in a bad relationship. Wouldn't you agree? I'm going to be updating all my dating app descriptions. After this deal to say, hey, would do something with the report and see what happens. Oh, my God. Are you kidding? There will be no left swipes for you in life, my friend after that, and you tell me you, you tell me. Cause I'm telling you that I see a lot of women that say they like someone with a sense of humor and kalua pig. Pinks knows she's not single anymore, But she knows I know. Yeah, well, actually, Jeff has a shirt that says 100%. Kalua pig. I'm telling you, I don't know what he doesn't even have to wash or use cologne. Now they come up to him Better than Sex Panther, which 100% of the time worked 50% of the time. All right, brother for coming on where started get loopy, and by we I mean me. But they come on brother that that's a sexy ass burger Stacks pancake house out there in the O. C. Check that out. Get the barbecue Kalua Pork burger? Yeah, You heard right, ladies. If you're quiet, you can hear him running and they're not just a Stax. They're running to meet you, brother. Thank you Appreciate it. Brace yourself. Thanks for all you do. I really am a big fan of of food beast and have been and you guys have been a ah, distant mentor, whether you like it or not over me building this Fort report in the show is being able to have that as a backdrop for ideas, thoughts and pushing it through. So thanks for all you do, brother. Be safe and happy Burger Week to you. All right, we're going to be back with more Birger Wiik talk, Go to bergen week dot com. For more information, Find the restaurant's in your area..

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"captain skies" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"captain skies" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

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