Issue: 20040701

Thursday, July 1, 2004
JULY/AUGUST 2004
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CONTRIBUTORS
Lauren Gonzalez
Carlo McCormick
Valerie Vande Panne
Malone Vandam
Harmon Leon
Robert Leaver
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"Media theorist Marshall McLuhan suggested that 'the games people play reveal a great deal about them,' yet the bullets have to start flying at Columbine before the public takes note of the multibillion-dollar video-game industry. The importance of game culture is underrated.
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TRANS HIGH CORPORATION
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Joint Communiqué
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Call for Plant War Détente
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RICHARD STRATTON
I’m in a crowd of hardy partiers at the Vibe, a club on Sixth Street in Austin, Texas, for the High Times blowout at the South by Southwest film and music festival. It’s 4:20 and I’m called on to introduce Jack Herer, one of the icons of the marijuana movement, author of the classic treatise on marijuana and hemp, The Emperor Wears No Clothes.
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Bambu: Bambu Pure Hemp rolling papers
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Bambu Pure Hemp rolling papers
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DEAR HIGH TIMES
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What strikes me most about your issue on race [High Times March/April ’04] is all our need to approach race through humor, and I say “all” because it terrifies all of us. So if, in the words of Nietzsche, “A joke is an epigram on the death of a feeling,” and if there is “rough and gentle” humor, in the words of Hemingway, then someone is always the brunt of a joke—and when it comes to racial humor, it is especially sensitive.
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Ground Up, Inc.: Hempweave
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Ground Up, Inc.
Hempweave
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Peace Beads
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RAW BELIEVER
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MY WIFE JUST GAVE LONG BLOODY BIRTH TO A baby boy. He was born on Valentine’s Day. The experience would have gone down in my personal history as your basic grueling gore-splattered nightmare except for the fact that my son showed up at the end and turned it into a miracle.
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HIGHER GROUND HEALTH PRODUCTS: PERFECT PROTEIN
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HIGHER GROUND HEALTH PRODUCTS
PERFECT PROTEIN
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HIGHWIRED
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GREY AREAS
Downhill Battle takes aim at the corporate music oligarchy and has a laugh along the way.
HT REVIEWS THE GREY ALBUM
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DAVID BIENENSTOCK
“THE INTERNET IS A VERY DEMOCRATIC MEDIUM. What people like gets spread,” explains Downhill Battle (downhillbattle.org) co-founder Holmes Wilson. “One way to tap into that is with humor, because when people see something that’s preachy or academic, it’s not as engaging.”
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High on Sex
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Action Heroes
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MAGGIE MAY
SOME MONTHS AGO, I RECEIVED A MASS E-MAIL from Lindsay entitled “nekked boyz.” “Check this out... it’s a new porn mag for women! Sweet Action... and it’s got, like, naked hipster guys in it drinking beer!” I furiously clicked on the link to sweet-actionmag.com and started giggling with school-girl excitement.
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HIGH SCORE
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8 BITS AND PROUD
The classic video gaming scene goes back to basics, supported by its homebrew heroes.
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LAUREN GONZALEZ
ROUGHLY 30 YEARS AGO, VIDEO GAME systems like the Magnavox Odyssey, Atari VCS (2600), Colecovision and Intellivision first started coupling with our TV sets. Prior to those seminal systems, at-home gamers had to make due with dedicated table tennis simulators, which most parents put the kibosh on once the images permanently burned onto their TV screen.
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HIGH SCORE
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GAME PREVIEWS
CONSOLE
PC PREVIEW
DOOBIE-US ACHIEVEMENT
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RESIDENT EVIL OUTBREAK I PlayStation 2 Publisher: Capcom Developer: Capcom Available: May 2004 Resident Evil Outbreak sounds like something you don't want running around the house. Actually, this is the first game from the excellent "survival horror" series to hit the streets—the info-superhighway streets, that is.
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Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em
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MALONE VANDAM
SMOKING HAS TAKEN A TERRIBLE BEATING in this country. Here in New York City, the most urbane of urban centers, you see only the tragic remains of the smokers’ culture, with small grouplets of the disenfranchised forced to huddle outside of office buildings like cheesy off-track betting addicts, sneaking in quick drags on the frustrating low-tar, low-nicotine jobs to which the guilty have been forced to resort to assuage their shame.
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How to talk to your kids about pot
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DAVID KATZ
DORIS SPUTTERED TO HER HUSBAND, COUGHING OUT A HUGE BLUISH CLOUD OF HAWAIIAN X Super Skunk #1 spiked with a touch of Master Kush, which drifted toward what they thought was their locked bedroom door and swirled about the head of their “I can’t sleep” six-year-old.
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Destim #20
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Destim #21
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BUZZED
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HighTimes GOES WEST
IT'S OFFICIAL:
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The High Times West Coast Bureau is open for business. Planting itself in Los Angeles’ bustling Miracle Mile media district, the magazine’s first frontier outpost in its 30-year history promises to expand editorial focus, discover fresh talent and create new advertising potential (while providing HT New York editors with a warm place to go in the winter).
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Chronic Candy
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Chronic Candy
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HIGHWITNESS NEWS
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MISINFORMED
JILTED NARCS UNITE TO COUNTER QUEBEC COP CORRUPTION
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ALEX ROSLIN
These days, Jim Boivin isn’t sure who scares him more—the PCP traffickers he helped put in jail, or the cops he once served as an informant. Boivin, 42, started dealing drugs at age 13, and spent his 20s as a wealthy coke dealer, travelling by limo and helicopter, and never leaving home without a gun.
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DRUGS BEFORE DISHONOR
IOWA NATIONAL GUARD ENFORCES DRUG-TEST RESULTS AFTER SOLDIERS RETURN FROM IRAQ
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PHIL SMITH
The Iowa National Guard deployed 21 soldiers to Iraq last April, despite positive drug tests that normally would have kept them home. The Iowa troops in Iraq are assigned to supply convoys and medical treatment units that have been frequent targets of attack by Iraqi insurgents.
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VICTORY FOR HEMP
DEA DEFEAT ENCOURAGES BUDDING HEMP INDUSTRY
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VALERIE VANDE PANNE
“Can you tell me how you are going to save the [poppy seed] bagel?” That damning question, directed at Drug Enforcement Administration attorney Daniel Dormont, brilliantly skewered the federal government’s ridiculous efforts to ban hemp food and body-care products.
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MEDIA MUTES MARIJUANA MESSAGE
REFORM GROUPS BATTLE TO BUY AD SPACE
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RYAN SLATTERY
In what could become a disturbing trend, not to mention a new front in the Drug War, two of the nation’s leading drug-policy reform groups have been denied space to run paid political advertisements. In December 2003, the Marijuana Policy Project was denied airtime by Comcast, America’s largest cable-television provider, which refused to run a political ad in New Hampshire highlighting the views of four Democratic presidential contenders regarding medical marijuana.
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MEDICAL MOLLY
DEA APPROVES FIRST STUDY OF ECSTASY-ASSISTED PSYCHOTHERAPY
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MARK MILLER
On February 24, 2004, the DEA issued a Schedule I license to treat 12 post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) patients with 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)—commonly known as Ecstasy. Dr. Michael Mithoefer, a psychiatrist who practices in Charleston, South Carolina, will conduct the first US-approved study of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy since the drug was outlawed by the feds in 1985 and listed under Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act.
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URINE LUCK
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URINE LUCK
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THAILAND RELAUNCHES BLOODY DRUG WAR
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PRESTON PEET
Despite declaring victory in December 2003, Thailand’s Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra relaunched his nation’s bloody War on Drugs in late February, returning to a campaign that left over 2,000 of his countrymen dead the previous year.
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SNOWBLIND
DUTCH SURRENDER AIRPORT TO COKE SMUGGLERS
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PHIL SMITH
The Dutch government has quietly quit prosecuting people it catches smuggling cocaine into Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, the Times of London has reported. Last year, Dutch customs officers arrested 2,176 smugglers flying into Amsterdam on “cocaine flights” from the Caribbean, an average of more than five per day.
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DOPE OF THE MONTH
AMERICA'S AYATOLLAH OF BLEEP
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He likes to be called a moderate Republican, like his dad (Secretary of State Colin Powell), but Michael K. Powell’s pathetic sucking-up to the right-wing business elite makes him America’s Chief Censor, bent on erasing not only cuss words and bared breasts from today’s media—but working overtime to erase them from the past as well!
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DJ Danger Mouse
THE GREY ALBUM
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Greg Casseus
The Grey Album opens a whole new can of worms regarding technology, property and music. The idea is simple and brilliant: marrying the a cappella vocal tracks from Jay-Z's pre-retirement valedictory The Black Album to new tracks composed entirely of samples from the Beatles’ White Album from 1968.
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Peter Biskin
DOWN AND DIRTY PICTURES: MIRAMAX, SUNDANCE, AND THE RISE OF INDEPENDENT FILM (Simon & Schuster)
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Tobias Grey
Ask most casual moviegoers who produced such-and-such a movie and you’re likely to be met with a bemused shrug of the shoulders. Herein lies the problem with Down and Dirty Pictures, Peter Biskind’s take on the rise of US independent film during the ’90s.
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The Marijuana-Logues
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Steve Bloom
The Marijuana-Logues is the first play to devote an hour and a half to pot. Between them, the three stars—Arj Barker, Doug Benson and Tony Camin-claim to have 43 years of pot-smoking experience. It shows. “The world’s a fucked-up place, so why shouldn’t we be?"—one of the show’s funnier lines—sums up The Marijuana-Logues.
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Toots and the Maytals
TRUE LOVE (V2)
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Toots Hibbert’s place among the greatest and most influential Jamaican vocalists ever is unassailable. His status as one of the rock fraternity’s favorite reggae artists is also unquestionable. These days he tours more often than he records, but True Love positions itself as an event by following the Santana Supernatural formula of guest stars on each track.
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Instant Clean ADD-IT-ive
Clear Choice
Hair Follicle SHAMPOO
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Rave New World
Electronic-music duo the Crystal Method feel the effects of the drug war.
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DANIEL CHAMBERLIN
The Illicit Drug Anti-Proliferation Act of 2003 is a complicated weapon in America’s drug war. Initially known as the Reducing Americans’ Vulnerability to Ecstasy (or RAVE) Act, it mainly serves as an amendment to the so-called “Crack House Law,” a piece of legislation passed in the ’80s that allows prosecutors to go after the owners of property where illegal drugs are used or sold.
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STEVE EARLE: Sticking to His Principles
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PAUL KRASSNER
THAT’S THE RHETORICAL QUESTION STEVE EARLE ASKED FREELANCE journalist Mitch Myers, who was assigned by High Times to write a piece on him. Earle had been a junkie for nearly a quarter-century, half of his life. Booze, coke, heroin, methadone, methamphetamine, crack, cough syrup—you name it, he drank, smoked, snorted or mainlined it.
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HIGH TIMES COMICS
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The Botany of Desire
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ACT LIKE YOU KNOW
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MICHAEL A. GONZALES
It was the sweltering summer of 1978 in the playerlistic city of Harlem, and the street was closed for our annual block party. Wiping sweat from my forehead, I stood on the crimson-painted stoop and watched with fascination as a light-skinned dude who answered to the name DJ Hollywood (along with his crew) dragged turntables, speakers, wires and crates of records to the middle of the street.
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TASTY PUFF: TOBACCO FLAVORING
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TOBACCO FLAVORING
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HERBAL SMOKE SHOP
HERBALDRO
HERBAL SMOKE SHOP
herboponic
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Chris Whitley: MADE FROM DIRT
He sings like a cosmic sharecropper with some kind of horny Chet Baker butch chanteuse mixed in.
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Robert Leaver
A FEW YEARS AGO, I WANTED TO GIVE Chris Whitley a wrench. I found it in an old abandoned brick factory. It must have been used to loosen and tighten something on a massive, greasy-ass engine. It was a few feet long, rusty, and it looked like it took a big man to make it work.
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HERBAL SMOKE SHOP
HAWAIIAN HERBAL HYBRID AND herboponic
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HERBAL Smokeout
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Joe Coleman: An American Outrage
JUST WHEN YOU THOUGHT WE WERE INURED TO ALL ART AS ANY FORM OF OUTRAGE, THERE’S JOE COLEMAN.
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CARLO McCORMICK
Coleman’s been arrested in Boston under an arcane law against building “an infernal machine” (for his self-mutilating pyrotechnics), had his books seized at customs as pornography, been incarcerated numerous times for shows in his own town of New York, and drawn the legal wrath of animal-rights activists for his geek-show decapitations of live mice, whose headless corpses he would hurl into the audience.
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INDOOR MARIJUANA HORTICULTURE
FS Book Co.
CULTIVATION EXCEPTIONAL CANNABIS
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MY RIGHT TO BEAR
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HARMON LEON
THERE'S A WONDERFUL WORLD OF GUNS out there, and the time is now for more people to get off their lazy asses and become a part of it. As Americans, we need guns. Owning a gun is a blessed constitutional right, up there with the Patriot Act. In 1984, an unemployed security guard named James Huberty entered a McDonald’s in San Ysidro, California, armed with three guns and opened fire, killing 20 people and wounding 16 others, including children.
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Infamous Records Ltd.: MURDA MUZIK
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MURDA MUZIK
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HWN SPECIAL REPORT
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High Priority
Local Efforts Make Getting High a Low Priority (for the Police)
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VALERIE VANDE PANNE
Don't these guys have something better to do? Aren't there any real crimes to worry about in this town? The answer to both questions, of course, is yes, but it's not really a topic you should bring up at the time of your arrest. Most cops are loath to discuss police procedure with someone they are currently handcuffing.
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GET YOUR PRIORITIES STRAIGHT
How to pass a deprioritization initiative in your hometown
CHECK LOCAL ELECTION LAWS
FORM A COALITION
RAISE MONEY
HIRE A POLITICAL CONSULTANT
POLL THE ELECTORATE
DRAFT YOUR MEASURE
COLLECT SIGNATURES
ORGANIZE A CAMPAIGN
PLAN YOUR DATE WITH THE DRUG CZAR
PLAN AN ELECTION-NIGHT PARTY
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First, make sure a deprioritization initiative is a legal option in your town. Next, research the interplay between local, state and federal jurisdictions. Don’t get scared by the paperwork: once things get rolling, you’ll hire an expert to help navigate the court system and the police departments.
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BURNING QUESTIONS
Canines and Cannabis
Dear G.,
Homegrown Security
Dear W. A.,
Pot and Driving
Dear Homer,
THC in the Blood
Dear Bob,
Cancer and Cannabis
Dear Concerned,
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JORGE CERVANTES
My friend and I have a debate. One night (and I know this sounds like cruel and unusual punishment), he blew several bongloads in his cat’s face in an effort to get the thing stoned. I say animals don’t have THC-receptor sites like humans do and therefore can’t get stoned.
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Marijuana: Jorge’s Rx
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Marijuana Outdoors: Guerilla Growing
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For the evening, the living room had been turned into a kind of opium den with African undertones. I entered and sat on a cushion on the floor, excited and nervous, as with all new experiences. After we finished a light dinner of omelets and tea, one of my hosts brought out the reason for our gathering—a fresh shipment of khat, unrolled from a day-old newspaper.
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