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"jr token" Discussed on Talking About Fun TV Shows!

Talking About Fun TV Shows!

03:04 min | 7 months ago

"jr token" Discussed on Talking About Fun TV Shows!

"It's just it's just felt like a rush job to me and not that. I mean i still enjoy the movies. The way i feel about the hobbit movies is nostalgia for me. You know it felt like going home. It felt like seeing old friends that i hadn't seen in a while. You know seeing gandalf and frodo and bilbo at the beginning and then going on this adventure with the drawers and bilbo you know younger bilbo and you know they were pretty good for what they were. They were fun movies so but they just did not need to be stretched out to you know three movies. But that's just my opinion if you don't agree with me then okay but if you do okay to you know i am not telling you all to agree with me at all but anyways back to what i was saying about christopher token you know i felt like he was doing the same thing with his father's work. You know trying to stretch out and you know. Publish works with his father's name on it kind of felt like he was being hypocritical to the movies. You know but now looking back on it now. Now that i see it. I'm grateful for what. Christopher token did no matter what his motivations were because we wouldn't have all these writings from from jr token. I am grateful for christopher tolkien for that. And i was said when he passed away last year. So but anyways Back to Talking about jr token He was part of another book. Riding club called the inklings of which. Cs lewis was a part of two. It was through token that cs lewis converted from atheism to to christianity but it did upset token whence he has lewis joined the church of england and said of catholic ism. Cs lewis nominated token for nobel prize in literature and nineteen sixty one but token didn't get it because the nobel jury thought his thought historic telling was second rate. Like what a. What are you people. Reading the same thing i am because i don't think you are. Second rate what okay but anyways anyway. When he got famous he had to take his phone number out of the public directory He needed they moved to born mouth. A resort for for the british upper-middle-class edith was proud of him. Becoming famous book author rightfully. So you know. I mean he wouldn't be proud of their husbands achievements. I know i know i would. I'm proud of my husband no matter what you know just to someone you know to accomplish what. Jr token did. I don't blame me for being proud. Bid anyways inara retirement. They enjoyed their children and grandchildren. But sadly.

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"jr token" Discussed on Talking About Fun TV Shows!

Talking About Fun TV Shows!

02:22 min | 7 months ago

"jr token" Discussed on Talking About Fun TV Shows!

"And i don't wanna get too much into that right now. But i have some things that when we get into the movies. I wanna talk about All of that but yeah he was one of the only actors that actually knew our head. I don't think he knew him like you know. They were best buddies or anything but he had actually met him. So that's pretty. That's pretty neat. He had actually met. Jr token of course is what i'm saying and as you can tell i go down tangents on if you're just joining me because y'all are big fans of lord of the rings and you'll want to listen to me talk about lord of the rings then i'm going to confess right now i go down tangents But if you've been listening to me in the past you know that. I go down tensions and this is one of those times anyways. I'm trying to back to the to the main subject Jr token he was a phenomenal author. He was a phenomenal man. His life story is actually interesting just as much as his books and you know like i said before without him we wouldn't have the fantasy fiction we have today. That's another Book series. That i read too was The harry potter books. Which a lot of people you know they say that voldemort Hawker axes was influenced by the ring. Because you know charonne. He poured his soul into the ring. And you know his life. Essence was in that ring so it was basically the first hawker ex. You know i mean you destroy all a hawker says you kill walmart. Well if you destroy the ring what happens. Czar on you know anyway another tangent Listen get into that. I mean. I guess we could segue into that the books this story. I mean you know. I don't know if they'll no. I don't think i mentioned it. Before but jr token he was a world war one veteran and a lot of the fiction that he wrote you can see parallels from frodo steps up as as a young hobbit and volunteers to take the ring. You know. he doesn't have to but he does it. As a sense of duty to save the world you know..

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"jr token" Discussed on Talking About Fun TV Shows!

Talking About Fun TV Shows!

03:34 min | 7 months ago

"jr token" Discussed on Talking About Fun TV Shows!

"Podcast. I've renamed podcast. Entertainment makes with betty. Also want to say that. I am so sorry that i've been gone for so long. I've been trying to figure out what to talk about. And i've decided to start with lord rings now. I am no expert. And i'll probably get some things wrong but you can ask anyone who knows me you can ask my family everybody. I can talk your ear off about law rings or anything token really i have read the hobbit. I've read lord rings trilogy and i have read similarly in i i read similarly in once i struggled to get through it that said though i know a little bit about it I've also been watching some youtube videos here lately. Just to get familiar with subject. I i love the movies now. That's a controversial subject. Because you know some people don't like to movies if you're diehard fan of the books you don't like to movies. 'cause peter jackson changed so much i love both you know. I can love both for what they are. You know. the the the books are awesome because token let's face it without him. We wouldn't have the movies so you gotta love the moves. You got appreciate the the not the movies. I'm sorry the books you've got appreciate books for what they are. They are phenomenal. Works of art really but the movies are also in a league of their own because they started. I mean those movies started the groundwork for way we watch movies today. I mean they were made twenty years ago. Peter jackson used methods in those movies. That you know they weren't using before those movies were done. You know he started. He started making those movies with a technology that would they use today now he didn't start. Cgi that came from jurassic park. You know that was the first movie with you. See gi a but he was the first one. I think to actually use most motion capture with ghalem. So but i'm going down a tangent on that. That's i don't wanna get into that right now. I want to really focus. This episode of the podcast. I wanna focus on jr token. Because like i said let's face it without him we wouldn't have. We wouldn't have a lot of the fantasy fiction we have today He inspired george dr martin. He inspired j. rall into inspired any anybody who has written a fantasy fiction novel series or anything wasn't inspired by tolkien. I mean he is the grandfather of this fantasy fiction writing so with all that being said i want to reach all a piece of his wikipedia. And then i want to just get into talking about him and how he's influenced my life. So it says john. Ronald rule token was an english writer. Poet zoologist and academic best known as the author of the high fantasy works the hobbit and lord of the rings he served as the rawlinson and bosworth professor of angel saxon.

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"jr token" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

03:34 min | 7 months ago

"jr token" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Can find truth beauty and goodness in pagan mythology and the many of the fathers of the church especially the greek fathers would would do so with Some of the greek myths. Now a lot of a lot of pagan chesterton has this thing where he distinguishes between the the the merely False paganism And the openly satanic paganism and the fathers of the church were much kinder in their assessment of say greek Greek paganism Than they were in their assessment of say you know The worship of baal or or Other other gods like that which were clearly Diabolical cults and you can see by the killing in the child sacrifice and all that stuff but The so there there is a certain truth. Beating goodness that can be gotten. This is white dante. Scott virgil right as his escorts virgil was not burg virgil was a heathen he was he was. He was a pagan So we can see that we can see the truth beauty and goodness although often mixed with error and and so forth in these pagan masterpieces. But here. when you're talking about going green night. And i haven't seen the film probably won't but When you talking about gasoline and the green knight you're talking about a specifically christian story as entail it's based on it's it's one of the other legends. It's sagawa wayne is one of the knights of the green table and you can read it you know. Read the the story. Translated by jr token he did a translation of the old tale of Sergaou in the green knight. And it's beautiful so the this it's beautiful. It's beautiful literature. And it's clearly christian with christian lessons christian morals Explicit mentions of going to mass and things like this right Clear notions of virtue and vice clear notions of sin and and good works And you know going Does things to redeem from his own stupidity. But it it's yeah so to. To d christian is a christian tail is much worse than merely to tell A pre christian pagan tail and and see the good in it. So i think with the guy saying is look there are good things we can say about this film But it's been it's been expurgated of its of its connection to distort christendom which is part of the theory and legends. Yeah he He actually gets to this I must have skimmed as rather fast because they didn't read the whole thing At the center of the story going into green of the themes of times cyclical nature through the four seasons of life and death the power and terror of nature and the question of paganism relation to christianity. The movie addresses. These seems great. Care taking extra time in one seem to describe the earth the nature of the green knight and asserting that ultimately the green of nature is not a sign of life but of decay fungus mold and decomposition ever at war with the red of the blood and the loss of men..

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"jr token" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

06:48 min | 8 months ago

"jr token" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

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And this is the monster effect a short form series from stuff to blow your mind focusing on mythical creatures ideas and monsters in time in the lord of the rings the nasr goal or the most valued servants of the dark lord sorrow they ride for from minus more goal on the backs of specially bred horses in search of the one ring but eventually they take to the sky on fell beasts winged creatures that otherwise have no name. The monster is described as something like a great federalist bird and perhaps a creature of an older world. Now it's impossible to consider these descriptions without thinking of prehistoric terrace sores wing reptiles that are actually the earliest known vertebrates capable of powered flight even creator. Jr token admitted that the creatures were certainly pterodactyl. Illich even if the nine or not actually meant to be thought of as writing pterodactyls but if we were to match the steeds of the ringwraiths to actual tara sars then we might be in luck because tara sars included some of the largest flying animals to ever live in fact several species boasted wings fans of more than thirty feet or nine point one meters rivaling and in some cases exceeding the wing spans of many small airplanes. However scientists have differed on exactly how gifted a flyer these great tara sars were and even if the largest species were capable of powered flight or flight at all. Did they possess powerful quadrupedal launching abilities. Or were they limited by the launching abilities of their hind legs. Only the answer to this question alone might limit how the fell. Beast's of the nasr goal might be deployed in battle is powerful vertical lift vehicles as mounts the depended on cliffside launching or something more akin to appear glider. There's also the question of bearing ringwraiths. Wait. we know that the nasr gold leaf heavy boot prints in the mud. Despite their ghost like nature they would still pose a burden to a living mount as would their armor and their weapons while wing it mounts or a standard a fantastic fiction. Various problems emerge implementing it in real life. Flight is taxing. It requires specialized bodies in a lot of energy to pull off among birds. The harp eagle is an absolute powerhouse capable of lifting pray equal to its own weight of up to twenty pounds or nine kilograms. They've been known to take off with slots but raptors like this are not in it for the long haul. It's one thing to carry a heavy load from one tree branch to a nearby feeding spot quite another to carry it back to more door. It's also quite another feet to carry something on your back. That's where a lot of vital muscle work takes place in various flyers. Perhaps the neck of the nasr goal would make for a better saddle point and this is how they are sometimes depicted in art but even the neck remains questionable on a flyer as reported by science writer ryan morrison in the mail on line two recent studies shed more light on the strength of the tara sar first of all twenty twenty. One university of portsmouth study found that specially arranged crosstrek sort of like bicycle spokes enhanced the strength of their long. Next next drink that would have been vital to support the creature during flight and allow it to carry off prey unlike avian raptors. The terrorists would have used their jaws as such perhaps the neck would be the ideal place to sit upon a great flying beast like this. We're left to consider various possibilities concerning the use of these fell. Beasts in combat. Perhaps they were only flown for short bursts of assault or reconnaissance or launched exclusively from high cliffs. They may also excelled as a troop transport of one for a ring. Rate would be worth many on the field of battle especially if deployed at will from the sky though we are told that at least once the fell beast's provide an aerial platform from which sinn projectiles at the enemy on the ground. A creature the size of a great terrorists are would pose a considerable threat as well then nasr goal. It is written fought fiercely with nail and beak considering both mount and writer. It's quite a force to suddenly drop strategically from above. Fortunately the armies of sahran did not enjoy complete aerial superiority. For intelligent eagles also occupied the sky at the battle of the black gate the final battle of the war of the rings these two forces engaged in what we might consider dogfights in the skies of middle earth.

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"jr token" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:08 min | 9 months ago

"jr token" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Jr token did not create middle earth out of nothing he forged out of existing mythological folkloric and historic motifs. And i'd say actually maybe more than anything out of linguistic motifs. Yes the the tolkien loved language and you often get the sense that his story came out of having a word for something like you'd find you'd find a word for something in old norse. That's just a great word and and it almost feels as if the character springs from the sound of the name. Sorry not make sense. I know absolutely. I mean the you you really. You can't discuss tolkien. Creating anything without without bringing in language. Clearly like that was his his his primary scholarly interest and everything kind of like springs out of that. And that's where a lot of these characters and species come as well. Yeah so it seems that tolkien actually derived the term or from a usage in beowulf They will is. Of course the great epoch of anglo saxon. It's an epic poem from the early middle ages. We don't know exactly. When it was composed it was written in old english which is the ancestor to modern english. But also which is you know it. It's so unlike modern english that you can't just read it you know it's basically like another language and you need you need a glossary translation basically to understand it And so the term specifically that appears in beowulf is or canea or aeneas it is a creature that's mentioned during the introduction of the monster brindle the real first big bad that that beowulf has to fight. Beowulf arrives at At herath cars mead hall and the meat hall is being terrorized by attacks from this monster. Grendel and so. I'm going to read from the j leslie hall translation of beowulf in the part that mentions orcs So or the word or kane'ohe at least hall translates for that bidder murder the killing of able all ruling father the kindred of cain crushed with his vengeance in the feud he rejoiced not but far away drove him from kindred and kind that crime to atone for meter of justice thence ill favored creatures elves in giants. Monsters of ocean came into being. And the giants. That longtime grappled with god he gave them required little now in the hall translation. Here there are a couple of different words that get translated as giants one as the old english gigantic. And the other is iota iota. Ns which i think is where we also get the word iota like the norse mythology giant Couple of different kinds of monsters so in the line that mentions or canasta. It's a otane us and ilva giants and elves and or canales which i think here is translated as monsters of ocean but other translations have have chosen different terms for it Sometimes calling it a a demon or goblin or something like that There's also an interesting translation. Note in the j leslie hall version of beowulf which notes that when grundel himself is introduced. The word used to describe him could be translated as demon and often is or could be translated as stranger literary and linguistic conflation of the unfamiliar person with the monster of hell and j leslie hall actually chooses stranger in in this translation making for an interesting set of lines a foe in the whole building. This horrible stranger was grendel entitled the march stepper famous who dwelt in the more fins the marsh in the fastness. Who i love that. So if you think of grendel stranger the skits into some interesting territory about what monstrosity means and that a lotta times Are mythical monsters are sort of ways of mentally metabolising concepts of people who are unfamiliar or her who you worry might be threatening to you somehow..

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"jr token" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

She Reads Truth Podcast

03:33 min | 9 months ago

"jr token" Discussed on She Reads Truth Podcast

"Have an episode of lost. Their first love similar in smyrna. There is kind of the waning of their passion. For christ in pergamon. They've allowed false teaching in there in pergamum. They have done what. Peter was concerned about what john was concerned about. What jews concerned about and on and on it goes and you have all of these going on from lack of wisdom and discernment by a tyra. You know in sardis. They have works but they aren't really believing in so there. Works are just empty kind of reminiscent of the way the church was in the days of the prophets where the lord would say you have your worship and all of your rituals but your heart is far from me. That's also the same thing with the church in philadelphia and of course to see is the church that is probably the most well known in terms of its condition. I wish you hot or cold. But since you're lukewarm especially out of my mouth exactly and so he says write these things to these churches. Which are then nicky. Apart for the whole these churches represent the churches of asia minor and here are the problems that are endemic among them. And it's because they're not holding fast to me and then he goes through in an apocalyptic imagery but it reminds me of something you see like saying the book of hosea where you had the first three chapters. The because zeta is a story and then the rest of the book is this courtroom setting regard says. Let me tell you how my just wrath is burning against your sin and so the rest of the book of revelation is this series of cycles of seven. Each of these cycles of seven is to show god's sovereignty over the affairs of men his sovereignty certainly over whatever domitian thought he was capable of but in the midst of all of those seven bowls seven trump at seven seals etc. Where jesus is saying. I am the fulfillment. Through these seven cycles sevens i on the fulfillment of everything. The old testament pointed forward to and in the midst of it you also have covenant oh fulfillment sprinkled throughout that suddenly though. You've got rome with christians you know. Under their control it would appear every tribe tongue and nation is going to submit to this king as we continue to read along especially as we start moving toward the end of the book of revelation we realize as jr token would say the hands of the king are healing hands. Because this jesus is going to wipe away every tear. He's gonna make all things new. How can he do that because he holds the keys of death in hill. So there's something really really neat here as well because you get to the end the book of revelation and we see after he has shown his sovereignty and his power his wrath over all of the forces of evil over false religion over false government over everything that would persecute and threatened to undo the church that judas said fight against peterson fight against it defend against jesus. Look you fight you fight you go ahead and fight. But i'm the one of my sword drawn out in front of you. So it's very similar to joshua chapter five when joshua sees this figure in the distance with his sword drawn and joshua says are you for me or against me and that says you're asking the wrong question. I'm asking the questions here. I'm the commander of the lord's army and that's the one that jesus saul only now and his ties into our benediction from june. Twenty four twenty five. All authority is his now stand before john and complete authority right and john falls at his feet like a dead man..

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"jr token" Discussed on Storybound

Storybound

03:45 min | 10 months ago

"jr token" Discussed on Storybound

"Was hard to share her husband with her sister wives even though she sometimes felt jealous she knew in her heart that she was obeying. God's will by living polygamy. Lisa said she loved being a mother and that she was grateful to be the caretaker of the beautiful spirits. The lord has sent her then she thanked him for giving her a good righteous man to father her children after all she said it is better to have ten percent of one good man than to have one hundred percent of bad one. The of lebaron were always saying that and mom always nodded her head in agreement. As lisa spoke. I gazed at the three large black and white photographs. That hung behind the red-carpeted pulpit the middle photo bigger than the other two was of a man with a round shining forehead in square jaw. His dark hair was come straight back. A few thin strands stretched flat over a bald spot. Chris white shirt button to the top with dark tie and matching jacket. His full lips were closed and he didn't smile but he had kind and happy is that stared out with confidence and authority. This was my father. He had been the prophet of our church. He died when i was three months old and no matter how many times i big mom to tell me about him. I could sense that. There was a lot about my dad that i'd never know. Did he like playing board games hiking in the mexican hills like me. Did he likes chocolate ice cream or did he prefer my favorite old fashioned vanilla. Everyone always said. My dad was the kindest most faithful god fearing man they knew. I wished i could remember what life had been like when he was alive. The song you heard at the start of this episode is called figure it out by shook twins and now for a quick commercial break. Hey story bound listeners. I'm not sure what you're reading but maybe you want to change things up. Maybe you're not sure what to read. Well scrubbed combines latest technology with the best human minds to recommend content that you'll love and you're free to switch between titles genres and formats on your phone tablet or computer script as the ultimate reading subscription service leading you explore all of your interests in any format. You choose e books audiobooks magazines and more for only nine ninety nine a month. You get an entire library for less than the cost of a single book and right now. We're offering listeners of this program a free sixty day. Trial go to try dot script dot com slash story bound for your free trial. That's try dot s. c. r. i. e. dot com slash story bound to get sixty days of scrubbed for free. Hey you like books and like podcast about books. Well then you would love the prancing pony podcast a great podcast covering one of the most popular authors of all time. jr token the guys at the prancing. Pony podcast are lifelong fans of tolkien and are working their way through middle earth. Books a few pages at a time. They pull in. Details tokens Life letters and essays to really figure out what is going on in the text but they also have a lot of fun along the way. It's like being in a pub. Not classroom talking about your favorite books with a couple of friends so take a listen and see why they won the twenty twenty tolkien society award for best online content subscribed to the prancing. Pony podcast on apple podcasts. Or wherever you are.

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"jr token" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

Leading Saints Podcast

04:13 min | 11 months ago

"jr token" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

"And that's not a good place to be because doesn't it doesn't it's not a growth mindset in that that state of my. Yeah yeah and. I mean fix fix that growth mindset for sure comes into play with us because when you recognize the the the purpose of life is to wander that is that is a very good growth mindset to be in. Because now you're saying how do i live the life. I wanna live in this situation and wanders different than than being lost right. 'cause wandering was has this Has a purpose to because you're wandering in search of something greater right and and seeing how you can grow in in whatever situation whatever situation you wander into that right. Yes so you'll you'll recognize from the book the quote from jr token. Yeah who wrote the lord of the rains he said not all wander are lost and that i tell the story in there about how i came to that quote it i read the fellowship of the ring but i never picked up on that Tell we were having an experience. And my wife handed this piece of art to me has a subscription on it and we're basically looking that going. Okay we are wanderers at the time we were living in an rv driving around the country with no purpose. We had no purpose. Kurt like honestly we were just trying to survive. And just keep moving. That was the only thing and so she has this to me. She says here. I think this means something. I don't know what it means. And so i looked at who wander are lost. Yeah you're right. This means something because we are wandering you have no purpose and yet we've never felt more alive more whole and more human. We're not lost so he's got something here. I don't know what it means. We hung up on the trailer wall. It wasn't until you know. Spent three three years since we were in in the rv living full-time it wasn't until i was preparing this workshop. Will all the sudden..

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"jr token" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

03:25 min | 11 months ago

"jr token" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Sounds a lot like the average cable bill. So if you add the cable bill into it which now is in a cable bill just for your internet service. What do people pay for. Internet service around thirty forty fifty bucks on average so seventy bucks services. Thirty forty bucks in the plumbing equals one hundred bucks equals what people were paying previously in a bundle so we had the great unbundling and now we're just ordering all card and what's great about worrying. All a cart keeps each of the services at the top of their game because competition results in greater and better outcomes. Hbo and netflix and amazon prime. Oh that's the other. One i have and disney are on it. They're on it trying to make incredible content and that is good for consumers on a global basis this is why things like bundling and monopolies are the worst things you can do in society whether it's an education housing Healthcare or entertainment. We want to see vibrant competition. And if you look at the things that have gotten more expensive and have disappointed us in society. It's the ones with the least competition. Also known as the ones that are run by governments or monopolies. Let's run by government. Monopolies here in the united states healthcare education and housing where we suffering in america healthcare education and housing. These are the things we need to solve and the way to solve them is through competition and who is responsible for the lack of competition in those unions politicians and nimby people people with vested interests. We need to crack those non-competitive spaces and make them competitive again. If we truly want growth the amazing thing about these subscription services is just. How many subscribes airy half. I told you disney would catch up to netflix. They're well on their way. A netflix has two hundred eight million subscribers. Disney's halfway there. A hundred and three disney is going to blow pass netflix. I believe disney will always have about fifty percent more than net flicks because disney appeals to families kids and adults. So if you're into marvel and star wars you get everybody net flicks. The netflix just got into kids. I don't think they're very good at it. They don't have any proprietary pay. I really am Concerned about netflix long-term. I don't think they're going away. But i do think that this is going to be a challenging environment for them with disney having run the table and bought star wars pixar and marvel so. Hbo max see this one coming. Sixty four million. They group their. Hbo and hbo max subscription together but hbo. Max has been wonderful. I'm really loving the content there and so it's going to be an incredible future. Obviously amazon we talked about recently acquired. Mgm which means they have robocop. Rocky james bond all that good stuff and amazon is going to spend something like their lord of the rings series is going to be forward sixty five million for the first season. The most expensive ever game of thrones cost one hundred million season so amazon. Spent two hundred fifty million for the rights to the token Jr token property in two thousand seventeen and they plan on doing five seasons which would cost over two billion and two nerds everywhere from the eighties and nineties. Congratulations this is your in nevada. Okay so next. Up is an amazing show..

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"jr token" Discussed on Kush Conversations

Kush Conversations

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"jr token" Discussed on Kush Conversations

"How's it going. Everyone cannabis cars coming for you for another episode of the cush conversations. Podcast and we did this episode a little bit different. We went ahead and dove right on it for today's guest. We have a one of a kind man. he is an author. He breeds wolves. He's the owner of some beautiful birds. He's a very zany character. And we are very happy to have him on the podcast. She's a great guy to talk to and we loved his energy and his passion. And we hope that you guys check out the episode with mr jr token okay. Saw how do i do this. It's recording is supposed to record your. I just started it will. I'll get everything in when we did. Okay buddy that's using my pipeline so we'll just like what i want strange. Are you currently growing. I'm using. I'm using murray wanna everyone. Yeah yeah yeah this demi dog vata and he sent me sees last year and have been thrown them around everywhere. Here's another one just dropping him as they go. Yeah yeah. I've i've about well about thousands so far. We have a very huge chunk of land. Here we don't own it. We just ran it. Go up see there. Can you see them up there. They're looking at the gate right now. They're going to start saying they're incredibly loud and super is all i can hear him now. Yeah i can get them going away louder. I'm going to go right in the pen with them. And i'll give lease the may not see right now. This man and his wife taken us to his dire will end to show us a not. My wife's she's not my wife. I bought us. She took her self security animals. Lucon second this guy. The dark one. That's manitou sessions. as is now manny. He's he's the male he's our are breeding alpha male. He weighs about one hundred right. Now is only one hundred thirty pounds because lot of wait for summer in the winter he gets up to almost one hundred. Forty pounds shoot. Her name is loss q..

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"jr token" Discussed on The Swearwolves

The Swearwolves

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"jr token" Discussed on The Swearwolves

"Off in the distance and then you see like something like giant and it's like moving. Yeah if there's like a hand like behind a tree drew up and then at lake walks there's like a giant like fucking tree creatures from one of those can treebeard pissing me off the big trees. His treebeard shit yeah. Jr token was couldn't come up with something else. No he's like. I fucking made up this whole thing. If he's a tree his name treebeard delay. There's rock stash. Treebeard fucking tate. Bush bush taint and gooch sons. Got into a fight. Daddy but In dom doesn't believe him dumbs like you're insane. Yeah and this is like donald so basically comes out and says that he blames him for rob's death yeah. He says he's a coward yet. He's like you could have stepped in and intervened and you chose not to and every all of us are thinking this. We've all thought it it's because of you. Yeah that were here right now. That's a pretty fucked up thing to say. Given what like what they went through. But i like luke's response she just decks and right in the face and then winds you broke. My nose is like your nose is broken. Shut up yeah. You know the other thing too. If i was would have been like fine. You're on your own bitch. I'm out of here. I i can walk win. This is later that night. Luke has another nightmare about the robbery and he awakens for In here's phil. Screaming comes out of his tent and he finds that hutch is not there. He wakes the other guys up and he's like hutches gone. Yeah and so. They're like we got to find him and the sun starts coming out and they're unable to find their campsite. Now yeah because they all kinda run to try to find him and they quickly get turned around and lost. They have no supplies. They have nothing on them. Yeah there're tents like everything's gone. Now they eventually do find hutch the hear him screaming at one point to like blood curdling. Scream yeah and They eventually find hutch. And he's gutted an impaled just like that fucking l. hanging from a tree gross They take them down in like barium. Yeah it was really sad and dom like going to do with the body and it's like bitch. We can't carry a body how 'bout you carry him. Yeah yeah no so. They're like they're just going to bury him like we can. After we get back we can send somebody to properly barium and it seems to me that maybe this is the time of year in sweden. Where gets it's dark most of the time because you know sweden's a little north So little she's just a little north from here but Must be the time of year where it's more wintertime..

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A Review Of The Long Walk, Chapters 9-18

Two Guys to the Dark Tower Came: A Podcast about Stephen King and His Books

04:37 min | 1 year ago

A Review Of The Long Walk, Chapters 9-18

"The long walk continues with only sixty. Walkers remaining geared is determined to make it to freeport or he'll see his mother and girlfriend jan more walkers get their tickets and the boys continue their discussions as physical and mental exhaustion weigh on them eventually. The long walk enters massachusetts and only three boys remain gary mic varieties and stebens. Only one will be the last walker standing but even so at what price victory. Nice day were in this section of the book and one of the things we talked about last episode is how we were a little disappointed that there wasn't a lot more world building going on yeah King seemed to be very vague as to what sort of relived these characters were in boys going on. We got the sense that things weren't great but not all of the details and in this one. There's a lot more of that world building we're looking for. Yeah it definitely satisfied my craving for those details. I still don't know that it was enough for my my modern sensibilities if you will I wanted to know what was going on. Outside of the walk and king still doesn't really reveal that but he gives us just a little bit more of a taste. Oh those are so delicious. Yeah each one of them is pretty great. The fact there's now thirty first day of april. Yeah that was the first one in this section. I was like whoa and you know. We talked about the dark tower. There were times early on. We're like boy. That's a weird little editing mistake. At first i thought well maybe april thirty. One is an editing mistake but then there were a couple more came shortly thereafter. That you're like. Oh kings doing something here. Yeah yeah there were fifty one states. When i saw that my immediate question was what is that fifty for state. I mean it could be anything is is it. Puerto rico is his canada. I don't know like it could be so many things it could be half of. Mexico is the fifty first state. It's not really important to the story. But it would be kinda cool to have one of those jr token style maps or like the the dark tower style maps that shows the world of the long walk and the path that they walk. Yep and then you can see like now. There's this you know. East pennsylvania and west pennsylvania. Yeah you're not even thinking big enough jay. Maybe like the western eight states all disappeared or were destroyed and so then they picked up nine states that we don't have today and not not just one new one. What do you think of that. Yeah or maybe california finally broke into five pieces. Resold alaska back to the russians for for a net total of one game state. Yeah and cut off. Florida like bugs. Bunny does in that. Famous jif yup. Yeah there were other interesting facts. That that Apparently there were german air raids on the east coast of the united states. And there's clearly has been some kind of takeover. The major seems to be the figurehead leader or commander of this Of the united states. So i'm guessing some sort of military coup but somebody says in the old days before the change and the squads when they were still millionaires like basically went before before a lot of wealth was redistributed to who knows who knows in what way but clearly this is not the world that king lived through when he was writing this story. Right the most intriguing one was this idea that world war two was different in how it played out so there's talks about german raids on the east coast. That occurred that people were afraid of and then later on they talk about the provo governor who is a war hero. He led a raid on a german nuclear base in santiago in nineteen fifty three. So yeah this is definitely not the world that is just hey our world bit in the future. This is a total man in the high castle. Style alternate reality or maybe even a father callahan like slipping through alternate versions of of the universe or of the of the world making this whole story. Kind of dark tower finney.

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"jr token" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"jr token" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From the panda man on the economy. We've now got politics the factor into the equation with the election coming up lot to deal with. Let's see how the pros are doing it for that. We welcome Scott Q B. He's a senior investment strategist at the Carson Group. They he's calling on the phone from Omaha, Nebraska, where they may still play college football. This fall will have to see Scott. Thanks so much for joining us here. Let's talk about maybe the economic backdrop that you're envisioning as you think about You know the strategy you'd want to employ Investing capital here. Yeah. And thanks just all right off the bat for mentioning the state religion, which is our college football team here. That's how important it is. And so, yeah, you got me a little emotional right off on the first question there so Economic backdrop. Worst scene is really what we anticipated a fairly sharp recovery initially as restrictions for people being able to Pursue commerce in the way that they want to do, or at least partially restricted. Things shot up businesses were open. There's probably a couple of them were restrictions were a little bit tight and allowed some people to get back to work. And then with the surge of viruses heavily more heavily in the southern states, but really all over the U. S for its continued to clip along at a fairly strong rate. That is slowed down that pace of reopening that is slow down the ability of those businesses to rehire and therefore you're getting some pretty weak retail sales. People aren't going out is often a cz. They might have the virus state under better control. But also not as many businesses feel like. It's a worthwhile as well. For the impediments to commerce. They're still there, and we're expecting a pretty slow climb up until we see some degree of vaccine or at least a much better overall therapeutic In order to support economic growth, or people feel like they can get diagnosed very quickly and heal very quickly. Then maybe the threat isn't his great otherwise. Yeah, we're expecting a pretty slow Climb out through here until we had a period of time where a vaccine might be able to have effect and I think some of the hard part is even if we get one. How effective will it be? And will it be enough in order to get rid of cases? Or is there going to be that constant, slow burn of risk out there that you may run into, and that's going to cause people to be very hesitant, And that could mean that we're going slower economic grind. Really fairly long period of time that will be challenging. I think for the markets for investors overall, so Scott, does that mean that you feel like the best case is priced into markets or that if something actually goes well, that's not priced in Yeah. So I think it's it's a good example. One of my favorite authors is Jr Token. And one of my gosh, Me too. Did over. Lord of the Rings of the Hobbit Decide? Yes, I'ma. Probably Lord of the rings more than the hobbit. Okay, so I'm gonna have to work. So one of the things that he used hey, had in his writings where they call he called you catastrophe and you was Greek for good. And so it was something where everything was going terrible and all of a sudden incomes, eagles flying somebody out all sorts of different things that would happen within the book, and I think that death they're always there's a very There's a decent possibility of Ayu catastrophe a year where we end up with a vaccine a little bit sooner, but way more effective than the market pricing in and then all bets are off at that point, as faras that the market could really rally, so I don't think we're price. I like to say we're pricing in. I said the market investors were looking at with what I call rose colored binoculars. When you look at binoculars, you're looking farther into the future. You're not paying as much attention to what's going on around you right now and you're looking through Rose colored Glad lenses, which is the debris a bit a bit of optimism, So I say it's optimistic. There is always a chance it could turn out way better in which case stocks would likely rally. And I think, especially value stocks because those are the ones that when you see things get better as faras the potential opportunities for a vaccine Those are the stocks. They're getting hit the worst from a covert world. And so is that with the odds of that slowing down or disappearing, become greater. And I think we see a lot better opportunity within that state. Otherwise, I think you continue to see pretty positive trends within growth stocks, although they're pricing in some pretty optimistic assumptions about where we're going to end up so not all the way there but certainly more optimism we would expect otherwise. So, Scott, we do have some elections coming up here. Historically. How worried Or how do you play that? D Ignore it. What's your play there as we go into not just a presidential election, but what could be a very Significant one for the Senate as well. Do you know the highest risk thing I say when I go out and speak to Carson Group clients is try to keep your politics out of your portfolio because it may be your portfolio is your politics may not be in line with what special report full and that's okay because money isn't everything. From that perspective, it is even close. But I also want to go sit with some additional reality, which is you know, during the Obama presidency s and P 512.31% per year since we've had this really great rally out of the lot of the lows in March. For the Trump presidency. The stock market is up 15.13% per year, and this is from when they were elected. So the day after the elections when you started doing the calculations Now those are both well above historical ravages Big, Obviously, with the Obama presidency going eight years, That's a great period of time, but here pretty politically charged either to the left of the right..

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C.S. Lewis, Essayist

5 Minutes in Church History

04:17 min | 2 years ago

C.S. Lewis, Essayist

"Cs Lewis was born in Belfast Ireland. In eighteen ninety eight he would die in nineteen sixty three and what a life he lived. He was known as Jack and far as we can tell that was because of one of his dogs names from his early childhood who was Jiaxi and CS. Lewis accepted that name and adopted that name for himself. He was an oxbridge scholar. Which meant that? He how to position at both Oxford University and Cambridge University. He's been hailed as a philosopher and apologist theologian of course he's probably best known for his NARNIA chronicles. His actual profession was as a professor a chair of Medieval and Renaissance Literature. Well let's take a look at his life and let's bring one piece of that life to the surface and that is Lewis as essayist while he was baptized as a child into the Anglican Church as a teenager he drifted into agnostics Zim. And then at the Ripe Age fifteen. He declared himself to be an atheist as a teenager. He also served epic poetry. He was taken by norse mythology and all of the medieval literature. Cs Lewis goes off to France. He saw the horrors of World War. One being involved in trench warfare a shell exploded not too far from him taking the lives of two of his buddies and injuring him and then he was sent back to the UK to serve out the rest of the war on the home front went on to his life of scholarship and eventually he would be influenced by George MacDonald. Who would lead him from atheism to a generic theism in a belief in God in general and then through his friendship with Jr token and continued reading of McDonald and others. He was led from theism to Christianity. Tolkien would have much preferred that. Lewis had joined him in the Catholic Church but Louis went the way of anglicanism went back into his Anglican Church. Louis like to call this Christianity Mirror Christine Hannity and of course that's the title of one of his books. Well the thing I want to talk about Louis is his work as an essayist and one essay in particular comes up from time of nineteen forty one to nineteen forty-three once again. Europe is embroiled in a World War and World War Two and during this time. Cs Lewis is doing radio addresses during air raids over the BBC. So if you can put that setting in your mind these are some of the great essays that come from the pen of Louis in this context. Some of these. Sac PREACHED SERMONS IN CHURCHES. And some he prepared specifically for the radio in a number of them were published as books later the one in particular that I wanNA talk to you about is called the wait of glory. It's an essay and it's also a title of book of essays in it. Lewis says that almost all our modern philosophies have been devised to convince us that the good of man is to be found on this Earth at such a twentieth century things such a modern thing to neglect God and push him out of our lives to neglect the eternal and the transcendent to be fixated on the horizon of the material. Well Lewis says there is far more to ultimate reality than what we see and it is the weight of glory so he writes. It may be possible for each to think too much of his own personal glory hereafter. It is hardly possible for him to think too often or too deeply about that of his neighbor. The load or wait or burden of my neighbors glory should be laid on my back a load so heavy that only humility can carry it in. The back of the proud will be broken. It is a serious thing to live in a society of possible gods and Goddesses to remember that the dullest and most uninteresting person you can talk to May one day be a creature. Which if you saw it now. You'd be strongly tempted to worship or else a whore corruption such as you now meet if at all only in a nightmare and he'll go on to say there are no ordinary people because we all have this weight of glory.

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"jr token" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"jr token" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"All right. Twenty four minutes past the hour now on first light, Monday morning money shares retreated in Asian stock markets today after those trade talks between the US and China wrapped up Friday without a deal. European markets dropped in early trading US, stock futures plunged deeply again overnight and case checks checks in our look at how Wall Street this morning. Good morning in nineteen stock market rally has been impressive. But now faces a big obstacle trade tensions. The resumption of the trade war between the US and China has concerned investors and hit global stocks the S and P five hundred and the Dow Jones industrial average fell more than two percent for the week. After President Trump ordered to hike in tariffs on Chinese goods were two hundred billion dollars strategists. Denny research say ten to fifteen percent stock market correction is a real possibility if the trade tiff continues to escalate on the earnings calendar this week a biggie. Walmart and investors want to know if the retailing giant can rain in the massive costs of battling amber. Zahn while mart has grown. It's digital business by forty percent, and as giving workers a hefty pay raise with both also pinching profits economic calendar. This week look at retail sales. Jobless claims the pace of construction on new homes and consumer sentiment. Michael. All right. Thanks and Cates. Twenty-five pass now. Kevin cars here, the new bio pic to tell us about this one for book lovers and film fans and raptured with the world of Lord of the rings created by j art poking. Good morning, Michael. Yes, toll keen is a drama about the life of JR token from from his younger days is growing up as a kid with some family issues, and then going to school eventually becoming old enough to serve in World War One. So it shows how he developed his his learning and his education and throw out the time started to develop what would eventually become the characters in the story in the setting in the languages for the Lord of the. The rings and the hobbit its stars nNcholas Holt who is you've seen him in us in the expert movies. He's been in British television. He plays Tolkien. You've got lily Collins as though the woman that he loves who is in the boarding house where he lives sense, it is a standard bio pic, a it's not a full of adventure. Doesn't have the adventure of the Lord of the rings is looking at his history and how he developed the books and how he developed it almost from a language perspective. I don't think it's necessarily something for people who loved the Lord of the rings books because it's not about the Lord of the rings. It's more where the ideas came from. So I'd say it's more of a period piece drama than it would be for fantasy. I mean, if you wanna see hobbits dwarves elves, you're not going to see them in this movie. You're going to see basically, the intellectual beginnings of okay movie on the life of j r toll keen, so how many hours are you giving.

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"jr token" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"jr token" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"You ever noticed that? Sometimes I wonder what would happen if Julius random thoughts. He looks like I he said she can't plans it's just random. That's all it is. All right people. What should where do we start? Where do we start where where is the love? It's international waffle day. Fantastic. I it's international P Conde be nice to have a waffle right now. All my P con on it. Real maple syrup. It's national Matt it's medal of honor day. It's JR token reading day. Did you guys back? In the seventies. Read the hobbit. No, I read the hobbit and the first one of the trilogy, and I was done then were done. I remember when we used to have this farm that we shared with two other families in the seventies. And a couple of the kids from the other families read the hobbit in lake it took over their lives where my nephews discredit he's twenty one was that's how I said. How'd you spend your winter? And he said, I read the hobbit. Yeah. Isn't that interesting? I said did you like these said, I did Holtz will be playing J R R Tolkien and the bio-pic. Oh, yeah. That'll be interesting. I was going to look up facts about him. But I decided Jennifer Lawrence and sex and the boy in about a boy. Yes, I know. Okay. Thinking burns calorie people. So if you are bored to start thinking. Thank you. You're not thinking hard enough. Do it. Wow. It means you're not really burning wait.

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"jr token" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"jr token" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Do it right now provoked them with the flag behind you, Americana. The the the bully pulpit of the presidency in its full glory. Yes. Do. That but do it because you're standing up for principles the American people care about rather than a urination contest. That would be what I would exactly describing Tom Cruise forcing Nicholson's curve chess up to jam. Ryan. I ordered the call does exactly that's what that questioning in Virginia. Did it for yet? She you had forced delicate translated, right? We're at I she the code red and kill the kid after you've actually given birth to it. Sure. Why not? Yeah. Yeah. I will you could get her to walk and many out on that yet grief while exit question, I'm putting the over under on the bump Trump's approval rating will get in the RCPI coverage about which will take about a week for it to take hold. I'm going to put the bump his approval rating will get in the RCPI coverage at three points following the speech. That's the line. You bet in the over the under Erzen is this your the geek about this. Do you know historically is this? Oh, Okay. okay. I just. I just I just said it based on if I were the odds maker, how can I get under under Sheehan? I think Trump is lost the fire in his belly at the is going to be muted kind of boring. Not so great. So I'm gonna give it under. I'm going to give it under issue three who's more racist? Mary Poppins for Gandalf. It's not the first time racism against orcs says been written about the times of London published a story in November of twenty eighteen more recently. However, wired magazine has been recycling. Another story about JR Tolkien's supposed- white washing of anti or bigotry, the wired story quotes somebody named Andy Duncan who supposedly fantasy fiction author who says, quote, it's hard to miss the repeated notion token that some races are just worse than others or that some people are just worse than others. And this seems to be in the long-term if you embrace this too much, it has dire consequences for yourself and Foreside in. So yes, JR token was a racist. Because the protagonists of the Lord of the rings. Rings wanted to wipe out the literal henchman of evil in that world in order to protect that world from all that was good in the world. So yes, that that really checks out in other weird news. The New York Times ran with an essay this week entitled Mary Poppins and nannies shameful flirting with blackface, the author Daniel Pollack Pels ner says, well, I got to that part of the story when I realized that the essay has less of an essay and more of giant helping of words salad and the bottom line is that this author thinks that Mary Poppins is flirting with racism because when she comes up the chimney, she's covered with soot which makes it look like black face. And man, this is no way to live. It's not, but let's play along. Anyway, who's more racist? Todd Gandalf or Mary Poppins. What say you? I think on the surface you go with Mary Poppins. But then you dig a little bit more, and you realize romance the white wizard your own..

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"jr token" Discussed on Two Guys to the Dark Tower Came: A Podcast about Stephen King and His Books

Two Guys to the Dark Tower Came: A Podcast about Stephen King and His Books

05:23 min | 3 years ago

"jr token" Discussed on Two Guys to the Dark Tower Came: A Podcast about Stephen King and His Books

"Feel forced and artificial. So that's just one example of the poor execution. I think king was trying to do world building in can maintain oh consistent world. And instead, it made it feel like it was just another world. And part of that is, you know, I don't think king is expected to be a world builder along the lines of JR token. I think you could ask him anything about the entire history of Middle Earth Tolkien. And, you know, he would have an answer for it would create a whole languages, forwarded have on. Entire history of all the characters kings. Not that type of writer. No. And I don't expect him to be, but to some extent when you set up a series in which mitts are gonna play a big part in the history of this place. You know, the history of the line of L plays a big part. And what post-apocalyptic thing happened that changed the world in how did that make the world move on? When he started introduced that I there is some expectation that to carry that through in some way and be consistent to it, and without planning that all out, it does seem like it just isn't there, the ideas that you talked about in book, one that are so vivid in book to even when we get to where shark is, and all that it's just or book three I guess, a Charlotte, I still after reading all these books sort of, can't picture how all of this fits together. What was the world before it moved on what were the old ones? What's the? The robotic stuff. It still doesn't make a whole lot of sense when you think about it, the crimson, king stuff, doesn't make a whole lot of sense, when you think about it, when you read it like we did a section at a time, and you can get very caught up in the moments that you're in the set pieces that you're in a little piece of your story with at your end. But when you step back and look at it, it can be very jarring to think. Wait a minute. How is this all connected in? How does it all work? And luckily king has this escape valve of, hey, the world moved on and things have changed. And there are other worlds in this and there's many different things I can fudge the stuff because there's this excuse, that, hey, the world's just always changing, because the dark towers falling apart you can criticize it in be able to explain it away yet. But that doesn't feel good to me. That's an interesting point you made about looking at it a section at a time and maybe not feel. Feeling the disjointed nece as acutely as when as you do when you look at it as a whole because I've heard a lot of criticism about criticism in terms of even the very nature, but we're doing about podcasting about something that we love when people talk about it TV series. And they say this episode was bad in this episode was bad in this episode was bad. And there's always a defense that you need to wait until you see in the whole series, or the whole season, at least to really see how that one or two episode. Failure might actually be an important part of the story or the structure, or the character building. So stop looking at these discreet moments and look at the bigger picture. Whereas what you're saying is kind of the opposite in the discrete moments of the dark tower series. We can find the things that are awesome and they stand alone. And they're they're great. But when you try to fit this puzzle together, it doesn't. Really click. And that's kind of shame. Yeah. Although I will say as we've been doing this, I've enjoyed sort of seeing each of these different books being so different from the others as a snapshot into who king was as a writer at the time he wrote them. And it was almost okay that because every book was so different than the ones that came before that disjointed nece was consistent. And then he did five six and seven as piece. So now it's like it's inconsistency is inconsistent. Yes. So that even that makes it feel even more distracted and yeah, if he had written, all if this were only the last three books, it would feel so different. And if, if only the first four books, or maybe even I five in stopped at the fifth book and the physical, just yet another style yet another version of king. I think it might even feel more of a piece because of like just you have to accept the fact that they're all different from each. Yeah. I was not a huge fan of quantum leap that it was a show that I watched all the time when it was on. But I did watch it occasionally. And to your point about how when things come to an end. It's heartbreaking. I almost wonder if and king warns about this. Like he says, right before Roland enters the tower like, hey, stop here. You don't wanna read on like, because it's you're gonna you might be disappointed. In understanding you what happened in this isn't, I'm just the vessel, what Tony would happen, and you might not be happy with it, but I almost wonder if the series would have been better. If Roland

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