Dec. 5th, 2012 02:35 pm
aderam: (Smiley Allison)
Holy Shit guys! I've got a phone interview with an archaeology firm on Tuesday! They're hiring field archaeologists and their season starts up at the end of January!

Think good thoughts for me please!
aderam: (Elizabeth Grin)
When I first heard about Teen Wolf I thought it sounded awful. I think part of it was just the name. It's ridiculous. And my immediate assumption was that it was going to be a shallow, teen-centric show with dubious acting to capitalize on the popularity of Twilight. (Having since learned that three of the four main guys on the show were at one point up for roles in Twilight, I may have had some justification.) And well, I guess it is those things in some ways. But the reason I love it is that between the ridiculousness there are a lot of small things that make me really happy. Things that you don't normally see on TV let alone in a show of this type.

What I'm trying to say is, I thought the show was going to be awful. But then the internet irrupted with love for (seriously I have never seen hit- and kudos-counts that high on the AO3 and I don't exactly hang out in tiny fandoms all the time) the show and I needed something brainless to watch while studying for the Comp (which I passed!!!!). And then somehow dubious enjoyment turned into complete love. And the end of the 2nd season is just filled with AWESOME. I mean there have always been moments in the show where I've laughed my ass off at points which probably weren't supposed to be funny. And the show will always be ridiculous in the best possible way. But those last few episodes of season two are just... EVERYTHING HAPPENS AND IT IS AWESOME.

So here are some reasons that I love the show:

- The cast is really pretty. (and I am shallow - also they're all my age despite playing teenagers, so there's no need for awkward guilt about finding them sexy)
Here they are in character:

And out of character:

- There are werewolves! Which are always my favourite. And not a Vampire in sight. :)

- There are not very subtle werewolf puns. So the Argents are the family of hunters that comes to town at the beginning of the show.

- JR Bourne plays Chris Argent, the Dad. And he is as awesome as he usually is.
(Photo just because I love JR Bourne.)

- Naturally the main love story is between Scott, who is turned into a werewolf at the beginning of the show, and Allison Argent, who doesn't know (yet) about what her Dad really does for a living. And I actually really like their love story. Partially it's because they are super adorable. But I think a lot of it is that neither of them were created to be the love interest or to be the damsel. Both of them get to be badass in their own way and it's awesome.

- The high school sport they all play (or are trying to play in Stiles' case) is not football. It's Lacrosse! And I admit that I know next to nothing about Lacrosse, but I just like that it's not the obvious.

- Jeff Davis, the Creator and Executive Producer, is openly gay. And it kind of shows in a very good way. One of the other high school guys on the Lacrosse team is gay and I love that he's just another character who is doing normal teenage boy stuff. He's just there. And it's not a big deal. Actually Scott keeps accidentally flirting with him and it's adorable. Jeff Davis has actually said in an interview with AfterElton (there's also and interview with one of the cast there that is adorable and also worth a watch) that's he's envisioning this world as being kind of a perfect world without homophobia, racism or sexism. It's not an agenda he's trying to push. The gay characters and things are just there. And he thinks that if you put that kind of perfect world on TV then maybe it can help shape our reality. :'D

- Scott is an adorable idiot, but he's smart enough to surround himself with smart people who can do the research for him, and is actually a great leader because of it. Actually pretty much everyone else on the show is way smarter than Scott and it's great. And a few of the characters actually manage to figure things out without having to be told which is delightful. Also the look on Scott's face when Jackson explains that of course the Argents are hunting werewolves because Argent means silver is priceless.

- And the parents are awesome. Too many of these shows, with the violence and the crazy running around at night that the teenagers do, make me wonder what the hell is wrong with their parents. But Scott's Mum and Stiles' Dad so clearly care about their kids. They know something is going on, but it also makes sense that they don't know. And because she's an ER nurse and he's the Sheriff it make perfect sense that they're away from home at odd hours.

- In addition to being pretty the cast seems to be delightful. I watched a whole bunch of interviews on YouTube and they're obviously good friends and have a great time making fun of each other and hanging out. I love that it seems like every time they have an interview they somehow manage to fit all six of them onto what's probably a three person couch.

And I love that in all their publicity they are totally aware of and cool about the Slash fans. Actually they treat it the same as they would any other fan speculation about relationships on the show. Which is awesome.

He actually says the chances are 50/50!

And then they play to it because they're ridiculous:

So yeah. I'm currently in a happy place, except that I have to wait another year for season three. But it is coming and there's going to be 24 episodes instead of 12! So it's going to be awesome. And in the meantime there is lots of fic and I can always rewatch the episodes.
aderam: (Olympic Mittens)
Just finished watching the Olympic Closing Ceremonies. They were fun and there was some good music, but it was more of a concert and I was hoping for more ridiculous dances and routines and things. I thought that the Opening Ceremonies were better. (And nothing will compare to the inflatable Mounties and Beavers, and turning the entire stadium into a tabletop hockey game - but that might be my Canadian and cheesiness biases coming through.)

I'm sad that the Olympics are over. They are always so cool to watch and see what people are capable of. There was a feature on before the closing ceremonies on CTV (or maybe TSN, I forget which channel I was on at the time) where the commentator mentioned that it didn't matter whether you understood the sport during the Olympics because it's really about the emotion and the hard work of the athletes. And I completely agree.

When we were watching the Mens 10m platform diving I mentioned to my roommate that I wanted David Boudia (USA) and Tom Daley (Team GB) to beat the two Chinese divers and it's mostly because of the emotion that they show. So many of the Chinese athletes are just so mechanical and focused that the only time you see emotion from them is when they're so disappointed by winning silver instead of gold. (Naturally this is not true of all of them, and when they get happy and excited I love them - the Chinese Diver who came in 4th or 5th gave Boudia a hug afterwards - when Boudia was hugging everyone :) - and that was awesome.) What I love watching are the people who get super excited just because they're there! Because they did their best and did well even though they didn't get on the podium. I love Matthew Mitcham cheering on a friend (from Mexico, too! So not even an Australian! I love cross-country friendships in the Olympics!) in the finals after he was narrowly knocked out (by one place!) that morning.

Actually I just love Matthew Mitcham. He was my Olympic crush throughout Beijing, because he is an adorable gay puppy, and I remember being super excited when he won gold! What a dive!

Things that I loved about this Olympics:

- All the Diving. Because I always love the diving. They are so beautiful and talented, and even when they have a "bad" dive I still can't believe they can do that. And to top it off they are all so beautiful - I think that divers, both men and women, have the best bodies. So from a shallow perspective it's also great

- Ditto for the swimming. Damn they're fast. And watching a bunch of attractive athletes wear very little and do amazing things is awesome.

- Oscar Pistorius

- Will Crothers getting a Silver Medal for Canada in the Mens Eights Rowing. I went to high school with him. Good job Will!

- Simon Whitfield crashing out of the Triathlon. Partially because I remember watching him in Sydney for Gold, and partially because even though he knocked him out of the race Leonardo Chacón wrote him this letter on Facebook thanking him for being a good example for the sport and wishing that he recovers from his injuries soon. :'D

- Meaghan Benfeito and Roseline Filion being adorable and french while getting the Bronze in Synchronized 10m Platform diving for Canada.

- Mature conversations with my roommate while watching diving.
Roommate: "I like the Australian swimsuits because they have stars on their buts."
Me: "Well, their buts do deserve a gold star."
Roommate: "It's nice that they can make the speedos look nice even though there's so little fabric. - More gold star buts!"
*Giggle like 12-year-olds*
Me: "Look at that Russian! He's got stars on his penis!"
*More Giggling*

- Swimming Bromances: Exhibit A, Exhibit B, Exhibit C... you get the idea...

- Michael Phelps - because while I knew that he was fast and awesome I hadn't realized that he's also kind of an adorable dork. Example:
(With Ryan Lochte)
And also there's this ridiculous thing where Shaq challenges him to a swimming competition and it is HILARIOUS. (About 40min on YouTube and well worth your time.)

- Actually let's just take some time to appreciate the entire US Swim team. They even made us a video:

And there were tons of other things that I'm forgetting to mention - but I should go make dinner now. Did you watch the Olympics? What was your favourite part? :D
aderam: (Canadian Rink)
The Vancouver Pride Parade was yesterday (I missed it because I'm not organized and should have been studying) which is awesome all on it's own. But what makes me super happy is that two Canucks players, Manny Malholtra and Jason Garrison, and the Canucks mascot, Fin, marched in the parade with the You Can Play guys who are trying to eliminate homophobia in sports.

It makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside to see it happening. Especially because these are two guys who are clearly there because they want to be and they support the message rather than because the organization said they should for publicity (although I'm sure the organization is also pretty keen on the publicity). And I saw a bit of video where Manny was clearly running around and having a good time with a big smile on his face.

Neither of these guys had been liked with the You Can Play people before the Parade, and it sounds like Jason Garrison was a last minute addition.

I'm not surprised to hear that Manny is supportive and awesome. He seems pretty awesome in all the interviews I've seen and read. But also I have some hard anecdotal evidence from one of the women on my hockey team that his wife's best friend is a lesbian. One of her good friend's partner (wife?) is best friends with Manny's wife. She's met him a time or two because of the tangential relationship there, and she says that's he's lovely.

Jason Garrison, on the other hand, is new! And I'd barely heard of him before when he got signed in the off season, so I know almost nothing about him. Well done with the first impressions! I already like you and I haven't even seen you on the ice yet.

Only 4 professional athletes marched in Pride events this year. Two of them were Canucks. THESE GUYS MAKE ME HAPPY. :'D
aderam: (Aeryn)
Through various discussions about TV with my roommate I've been convincing her that she needs to watch Farscape. It didn't take much persuasion really, but she's only watching things that don't require any concentration while she's finishing up her thesis etc. So I've been just thinking about how great Farscape is without being able to share her new joy with the show.

So instead I've been re-watching it myself. I started while I was organizing my shit at my mother's place because she's got a set of the DVDs (my Mum is awesome) so I was half-watching episodes while I was packing everything (I've seen enough of Farscape before that I don't need that much concentration to watch it. And now that I'm home it's great for watching while I'm doing the wedding socks knitting.

How the Frell is this show so good? Some slightly incoherent thoughts:

- Whenever I watch it I weep for how good the female characters are. I mean everyone talks about Aeryn (and rightly so - because Aeryn is amazing), but Zhaan! And Chiana! And even Jool. All of them are complex, interesting, (sometimes annoying) fully fledged characters. And unlike most shows it's clear that they were not solely created to fill the "minority" quota, or brought in to be the other half of a relationship.

- I actually LOVE Crichton and Aeryn's relationship. This so rarely happens for me with canon relationships. I think it has to do with the above point. Crichton and Aeryn are Fully Themselves. Both of them exist fully outside of their relationship. Their relationship is wonderful and very satisfying because it's not the main point of either of their storylines or their lives. And it's beautiful.

- People come and go from Moya all the time - and it rarely coincides with the beginning and ending of a season. Which means that all of the many times when people almost (or actually) die mean something. There's always that danger - maybe they will actually die this time and they won't come back!

- Also I can totally believe how Crichton ended up being so embroiled in interstellar politics, even though he's just a random human no one's ever heard of.

- And I love the names of the episodes - especially the two- and three-parters which have a title for the whole set and then each episode has it's own. Example: from season 2 "Liars, Guns and Money Part I: A Not So Simple Plan", "Part II: With Friends Like These...", "Part III: Plan B". I'm also fond of the puns - "Home on the Remains" - and the pop culture references (which only Crichton would get) - "A Clockwork Nebari".

- And because I just watched it: Spoilers for season 3 Infinite Possibilities Part I: Daedalus Demands and Part II: Icarus Abides )

It's sad and it's wonderful. And I love it, even though mostly I prefer escapist happy shows, because it has all the feelings and makes me have all the feelings in such a good way that feels so real.

God I love this show.
aderam: (Elizabeth Grin)
YAY!!!!!!!! And I actually feel pretty good about this one! UNEXPECTED RESULT IS UNEXPECTED!!!!

And that's it! That's everything done for my degree!

(provided I passed both of these - which is still a ?)

I am getting super drunk tonight!
aderam: (Elizabeth Grin)
Today has been pretty solid, all things considered. I've been chugging away at my last paper and it's getting pretty close to being done (plus I've still got over 24 hours before it's due - I'm golden). And I went to the dentist.

Dentists are balls you might say (and I would agree with you). But get this: I don't have any cavities!!! So yes, Dentists suck. But after all the dental death I had to go through last year, not having a cavity is kinda amazing! My are generally filled with suckiness, but apparently not today! So that's worthy of celebration!

And to make things more better: I got my Old Navy order in the mail today - a week early! New clothes are exciting!

Also: the Ice Birds' last game is tonight! And I've roped a whole bunch of people into coming and cheering us on, so that should be lots of fun!

Finally, I've also just been invited to a Wedding! This is the first time I've been invited to a wedding for someone who is not directly related to me. So I'm going! Even though it'll be a bit of a trek to get there. Its especially cool that I got invited because I know that they didn't have much space, so only a few of us got invites at all from our group of friends. But enough people I know are going that it should be fun even if we barely get to say hi to the happy couple. I'm really looking forward to it!
aderam: (Canadian Rink)
We had another game last night and we won!!!! For the first time since the first game of the season! It was awesome! And a real team effort. Our D were passing back and forth and blocking shots like champs. Our forwards were excellent on the rush. And they scored 5 goals! 5!!! (So maybe I wasn't as supportive as I could be - but they still did it!)

In this league we do a short overtime period and then a shoot out if we're still tied - like the NHL. (It caught me by surprise the first time we went to overtime - I've never done overtime outside of a tournament before - and that's totally why we lost that first time *shifty eyes*.)

So we went to overtime! And then it was still tied! So we did a shoot out!

And I stopped all three shooters in the shoot out!!!!

I don't think I've been in a shoot out for about ten years (not counting fun shoot outs with friends during pond hockey - or kitchen ball hockey). It was awesome! And two of their shooters were really good!

And there was much rejoicing!

Play-offs for our league start in two weeks (our league which only has four teams), so we're getting primed for a crazy come-back!

And I won a coffee with Roll Up the RRRRRRRRim this morning! Things are looking good!
aderam: (Canadian Rink)
Instead of working on my Roman aqueducts paper (which - at least aqueducts are super cool) I'm trolling around the internet looking at hockey blogs and being greatly amused.

Here are some things that deserve sharing because of awesomeness. :)

The Sedin Twins are different people (sort of)
This is an article from before the All Star game that's talking about the Twins and how they've played together their entire lives. How they are still different people despite their identicalness. And asking the other Canucks how to tell them apart.

Best quotes (ie almost all of it):
[if they're drafted to different All Star Teams]the mirror image Swedes always could consider punishing their antagonists with a switcheroo. They're both certain the only ones that could tell would be teammates.
"No," Henrik said definitively when asked if anyone other than fellow Canucks All-Stars Alexander Edler and Cody Hodgson would notice. "You're right, we should do that."
Defenseman Kevin Bieksa figured out one difference when he lived in the same building as Henrik and often would spot Daniel waiting for his brother in the parking lot.
Despite being the Canucks' captain, Henrik has a bad habit of running late.
"Danny's always on time," Edler said. "Henrik is always a couple minutes late."
It drives his punctual younger brother (by minutes) crazy.
"He hates when people are late," Henrik said. "I'm usually late."
Within that dynamic, Bieksa said Daniel emerges as the more "responsible" of these road-trip roommates, dictating their schedule and keeping Henrik "in line."
"Hank is going to say he's the one in charge, for sure," Bieksa has said of the differences. "And Danny might even say nobody is just because he's a humble kind of guy. But we all know Danny is the one in charge. And Hank still wants to retain that older-brother status, too, so he tries to boss Danny around sometimes and Danny takes it, which is the funny thing. But Danny is usually the one in charge when push comes to shove."
Edler, who knows them as well as anyone after being taken under their collective wing when he made the move from Sweden to Vancouver, seemed to agree with Bieksa.
"Danny might be in charge. He makes the more smart decisions," Edler said with a mischievous grin. "They are twins, but they are still two different people."
As for which twin really us in charge, it may not matter. Daniel may arrive first, but if he's the one waiting around, isn't Henrik really dictating the schedule?
"Well, he thinks he's in charge," Henrik said of Daniel.
"I am in charge," said Daniel, "but he doesn't care."

I love them. :)

Also there's a new campaign going around to help end Homophobia in sports and Hockey in particular. There's a pretty comprehensive article over at Puck Daddy, and a shorter one in the Toronto Sun which features my guy Tanner Glass, who is a former Canuck, a current Winnipeg Jet and an all around awesome guy (if only he were better at hockey and could have stayed on my team - I miss ya Tanner!).

The Campaign is call "You Can Play" and it's being spearheaded by Toronto Maple Leafs General Manager Brian Burke and his son Patrick who is a scout for the Flyers. They're trying to make the league a safer space for gay athletes starting by reducing homophobic language to begin with. And it's in memory of Brendan Burke (son and brother) who died in a car accident. He was a hockey player, he wasn't in the NHL, but he came out in 2009, which is awesome.

Anyway they're trying to get a lot of NHL players to speak out about it and they've already got over 30 who are going to be in various TV spots. It's really awesome to see some of these guys speaking up about it. Especially since considering the number of Canadians and Europeans in the League I've been expecting hockey to be a more accepting place than some of the other major sports (still not easy - but yeah).

I'm super happy that some of them are even calling guys on homophobic language in Games! From the Toronto Sun article:

If Glass hears an opposing player use a gay slur during a game, he’ll let him know he’s crossed the line.
“The language has got to be the first thing to go,” Glass told the Winnipeg Sun, Monday. “You hear it all the time.”
The reaction he gets tells him there’s hope, but still a ways to go in educating the rank-and-file in the macho world of pro hockey.
“Some guys will be, ‘Yeah, well, f--- you,’ or whatever,” Glass said. “But some guys are like, ‘Maybe I shouldn’t have said that.’ ”

Tanner Glass, I love you! Please continue to be awesome!

Anyway here's a TV spot:

And sometimes looking at the comments section is not filled with sadness. Examples:
Photobucket From the Puck Daddy Comments section

(It's still weird for me being in places on the internet where the assumed gender is male.)

More photos of attractive hockey players. Because it seemed like a good idea at the time. :)

Henrick Lundqvist - Goaltender, NY Rangers (also a Swedish twin, but his twin is not on the same team as him, and not a goalie)


Swedes from the All Star Game! Lundqvist (Rangers), Henrik Sedin (Canucks), Eric Karlsson (Senators), Daniel Sedin (Canucks), Daniel Alfredsson (Senators - I love him too), Alex Edler (Canucks - my hockey boyfriend)

Jarome Iginla - Calgary Flames. When he smiles everything is right with the world.

Patrick Sharp - I should hate him because he's a Blackhawk... but look at that face!

Edler's spot for GQ...

I actually have this photo saved as "Cory Schneider looks into your soul.jpg" - Canucks, natch.

Harrison Mooney (Blogger, Pass it to Bulis) with trophy and Tanner Glass (then Canucks, now Jets) - okay, so Tanner's not actually that attractive, but I like his smile and I actually think that his mullet is kinda endearing. Plus it helps that he's an awesome person. :)

This is unrelated to attractiveness. I just have no idea what Alex Burrows is doing. But it's hilarious!
aderam: (Curling)

On the up side - VICTORY! Take that Blackhawks! (Nobody likes you anyway.)

Several heart attacks and a beautiful goal by Alex Burrows (aka the biggest Frenchmen who's father is English - like from the UK English - EVAR) and Chicago is out and Vancouver (aka the good guys) are moving on to the next round.

If you had told me at the beginning of this series that it would take seven games to beat the Blackhawks, I would have thought that you were being overly pessimistic. But it's true. My boys were on the brink of what might have been the biggest collapse in NHL history if not all of professional sports. And when Toews tied it up with only two minutes remaining and prevented us from wining in regulation I nearly flipped my shit.

But then Burrows scored!!!! :) And now all is right with the world. - Until the second round starts... which is soon.

This game was all the more crazy for me because the GC Founders' Dinner was tonight so I wasn't able to watch most of it! Instead I was sitting listening to a bunch of long and boring speeches about people I'd never heard of, which were told in a way that suggested I should know who these people were. Very awful. But Spicy J was watching the game and I got him to text me updates on the score. And then things finished up in time for me to watch the last minute of play before overtime. Thank the gods for technology!

(Ironic Curling icon is Ironic. *grin*)
aderam: (Arthur Crown)
Considering that I just finished and handed in a paper this morning (and one that's not due until hand-wavey time in the future - don't you just love profs that do that?) these might not work as well as all that - but here are some wicked awesome things to help you procrastinate at this very busy time in the academic year.

Procrastinating from my next paper totally counts, right?

1. The first video from Peter Jackson about the start of filming on the Hobbit! (Yes you read that right!)


It's from his Facebook page and it is ten minutes of pure joy. I am so excited for this movie now. It is going to be absolutely amazing. And once the DVDs come out the special features are going to be STUNNING! Maybe I'll re-read the Hobbit this summer... I mentioned this video to the guys at dinner and got some excellent reactions. This morning at breakfast A came up to me and got me to stand up so that he could hug me in thanks and jump up and down about how awesome it's going to be. I love hanging out with nerds. ;)

2. Photos of Ridiculousness!



This is a whole series of photos of a lava lake in Africa and a team of scientists who are studying it. They are truly amazing. Check out the ones that show insane scientists really close to the lava!

3. Goodnight Dune


A retelling of the children's classic Goodnight Moon using the settings and characters from Dune by Frank Herbert. Favourite part: rhyming sardaukar with gom jabbar.

4. My residence has a list serv so we can all email each other for planning things etc. It's really useful for getting messages out fairly quickly, but it's also a place where we send around cool things or things that make us think etc (I got the link to the Lava Lake from it). The latest article that going around is called "Why Feminism is the Anti-Viagra". I refuse to read it on principle - partially because discussion around it indicates that it's super offensive and basically says that women want men strong men to dominate them. Anyway, a few of the guys were responding to it (none of our lovely ladies), and then one of them asked why none of our resident women had responded. I thought about it for a bit and then sent this:

Why the sausage fest you ask?

I strongly suspect that I'm not the only one who refuses to read articles like this on principle. Especially now that I've read a few of your responses I feel even less need to read the article in question. It will only make me angry. And I'd prefer to be happy.

So no, I'm not going to join in this discussion. I've not read the article and I don't want to. I don't need other people to tell me about my own sexuality.

Love (?),

I've since gotten a few replies from the other ladies in complete agreement, so I'm feeling pretty good about that.

5. I've also been knitting and watching a lot of Deep Space Nine. :)

6. The playoffs have started and my beloved Canucks won their first game - yes I did procrastinate by watching it. :)

Now - back to the procrastination!

Also new Fringe and Sanctuary tonight!!! Super excite!
aderam: (Arthur Crown)
Oh show! You are SO AWESOME!

Spoilers! )

In conclusion: Don't fuck a wounded Bear!
aderam: (Horizon)
1. My brother is married.

2. I now have a sister (in-law). She is wonderful and looked absolutely gorgeous in her dress.

3. Newfoundland!

4. The food at the Wedding.

5. The DJ.

6. All of us Bridal Party looking really attractive.

7. Everything about the East Coast.

8. My student loan has come in! Yay! I can has money again!

9. Got an email from M - I'm going to Gravina again this summer! And he definitely wants me to run my own trench!

Things that are not awesome:

1. Vancouver (in comparison to Newfoundland - for now).

2. 12 hours of travel.

3. WestJet - their seats are not as wide as my hips. Their leg room is crap. Their entertainment system is balls. And my direct flight from Toronto to St. John's stopped in Halifax in both directions, which added over 2 hours to my travel time.

4. I have to go back to school and I have a lot of work to do.

The wedding was beautiful and awesome and J and G were so pretty together. I watched their first dance and thought to myself "when did my brother get so classy" - and then I realized it was all her. He had a big smirk on his face all weekend. C and A did speeches at the reception that nearly made me cry because they were beautiful. (And A, being the huge nerd that he is, ended his with "May they live long and prosper - so say we all!")

I tried to take some photos, but then realized that I could get a whole lot of good ones from people with much nicer cameras than mine. I'll share some once I've got them.

All in all it was a fabulous weekend with wonderful people. I'll write up more about it later, but for now I'm gonna sulk some more about being on the wrong coast and having a lot of work to do.


Jan. 14th, 2010 11:58 am
aderam: (I Hate Everything)
It's More Joy Day today which means that we should all spread the joy as much as we can! I am busy and procrastinating and probably won't leave the house to do more than buy a travel book. So instead I'm going to post up a bunch of things that make me happy, and hopefully they'll make you happy too!

Icon used for Irony! (And because I know it makes [personal profile] kuwdora happy!)

Simon Pegg lures you in with his awesomeness!

In no particular order. )


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