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message 1: by Dlmrose (last edited Nov 30, 2015 11:42AM) (new)

Dlmrose | 17209 comments Mod
The Winter 2015 challenge will begin at 00:00, ET December 1, 2015, and end at midnight, 24:00, ET, February 29, 2015.

This is where you will need to post information about completed tasks - updates to the Readerboard will be based on what is posted HERE AND ONLY HERE.

Please do not delete or edit any post in this thread!! Even if the post is not reflected on the Readerboard yet, I've often logged the post on my spreadsheet already and I will not know that you've made the changes. I do not go backwards in this thread to pick up points. If you need to make a change, just make a new post.

Please refer to the posting requirements for what must be included, and to rules and FAQs that will help us keep the challenge running smoothly.


NOTES:
1. You MUST post a link to books claimed for a task. Be sure that you have linked to the correct edition. See How-to and links to books in your completed task posts. The links must be posted with the individual tasks - a list of links elsewhere in the post is not sufficient.
2. If you are claiming a Golden Oldies ticket you must specifically request a ticket along with the individual task by claiming "Golden Oldie"and stating the original publication year. A list of titles or years elsewhere in the post is not sufficient.
3. If you are claiming a Big Book ticket, you must claim it along with the individual task post and specifically state that it is a Big Book ticket claim. You must include the number of pages in the book, and a link to the edition you used to establish page count. Simply including the number of pages or providing a list of books elsewhere in the post is not sufficient.
4. If you claim a book that only exists in e-book form, you MUST provide either a line reference to the approved book spreadsheet or the post number in which the book was approved. See the ebook only verification thread.
5. If the task requires a cover element, you MUST include the cover when you post.
6. Remember to include all "Required" task elements.
7. If your book was approved in the Help Thread for the task, the Genre Verification thread, or Not Really for Kids thread, please indicate that in your post.
8. Post tasks in numerical order, from smallest to largest.

Any problems with task postings will be posted in the Questions/problems thread. Please post there if you have a question about your points, Golden Oldies or Big Books.

Good luck and have fun!


message 2: by Trish (last edited Dec 01, 2015 06:20AM) (new)

Trish (trishhartuk) | 2385 comments trishhartuk

(Well someone had to kick off the challenge this season!)

10.1. This is Your Brain

Oliver Sacks was a British neurologist, naturalist and author who spent his professional life in the United States, who passed away 30 August 2015. In honor of his passing and his contribution to the literary world, read a nonfiction book from one of the lists. REQUIRED: Include in your post the list on which you found the book and the number of the book on the list.

Longitude, Dava Sobel
Page 1, #29 Best Science Books - Non-Fiction Only (as of 01/12/15) https://www.goodreads.com/list/show/6...

Points this Task: 10
Books Read: 1
Golden Oldie/Big Book: No

Total Points: 10
Tasks Completed: 1
Golden Oldies: 0
Big Books: 0


message 3: by Emily S. (new)

Emily S. (esondie) | 0 comments Emsreviewsbooks

10.10. Jump!

I read With Every Breath by Elizabeth Camden. It has 360 pages, which is divisible by 4.

Points this post: 10
Total Points: 10
Books Read: 1
Tasks Complete: 1


message 4: by Jukka (last edited Dec 01, 2015 08:48AM) (new)

Jukka Särkijärvi (nitessine) | 499 comments JUKKA

10.6. It's Cold Here, but Colder There!
Read a book set in one of the "cold countries".
Maaseudun tulevaisuus by Leea and Klaus Klemola. The title means "Future of the Countryside" (though if I were to work on an English translation, I'd title it "Countrycide"). It is set entirely in Finland.

Points this post: 10
Big Books this post: 0
Golden Oldies this post: 0

Total Points: 10
Books Read: 1
Tasks Complete: 1
Big Books Total: 0
Golden Oldies Total: 0


message 5: by Daphne (new)

Daphne (daphnesm) | 486 comments Read Name: Daphne

30.3 - Dlmrose's task: Celebrate Short Fiction
first or last name of no more than 3 letters.

Book 1: Read an anthology or collection of at least 3 short stories or novellas.
Halloween and Other Seasons by Al Sarrantonio

Book 2: Read a book 100-200 pages
West Texas by Al Sarrantonio 181 pages

Points this post: 30


message 6: by Maya (new)

Maya (ferafaces) | 357 comments Reader name: Maya




10.10. Jump! - Read a book with a number of pages that is evenly divisible by 4. When you post, indicate the total number of pages in your book, and be sure that you've linked to the right edition of your book.

Book read: Alice I Have Been (Kindle edition : 368 pages) by Melanie Benjamin




15.9 Degas and the Dancers : Read a book that features dancers.

Book read: Etiquette & Espionage by Gail Carriger




Points this post: 25
Big Books this post: 0
Golden Oldies this post: 0

Total Points: 25
Books Read: 2
Tasks Complete: 2
Big Books Total: 0
Golden Oldies Total: 0


message 7: by Maya (last edited Dec 01, 2015 02:46PM) (new)

Maya (ferafaces) | 357 comments Reader name: Maya



30.1 – Schatzie’s Task: Tis the season for giving back

Options chosen : 3 and 4

Option 3: Read a book with an author whose initials can be found in the word HEART. Middle initials may be ignored.

Book read: Perfect by Ellen Hopkins
Ellen Hopkins' initials are EH and therefore found in HEART.

Option 4: My gift to you....read a book of your choice.

Book read: A Wolf at the Table by Augusten Burroughs.




I am also claiming one Big Book ticket for Perfect. The hardcover edition that I own has 622 pages.



Points this post: 30
Big Books this post: 1
Golden Oldies this post: 0

Total Points: 55
Books Read: 4
Tasks Complete: 3
Big Books Total: 1
Golden Oldies Total: 0

(I swear I've been reading all day. No customers at work means way too much downtime.)


message 8: by Lisa M (new)

Lisa M | 59 comments Reader Name: Lisa NZ

5.1 - Dance at Le moulin de la Galette
Read a book that shows a person wearing hat on the cover.

I read Circling the Sun by Paula Mclain. Circling the Sun by Paula McLain

Points this post: 5
Total Points: 5
Books Read: 1
Tasks Complete: 1
Big Books Total: 0
Golden Oldies Total: 0


message 9: by Wanda (last edited Dec 01, 2015 05:09PM) (new)

Wanda (oma1229) | 1668 comments OMa1229

Deletion of this post-posted wrong book


message 10: by Dee (new)

Dee (austhokie) | 7456 comments Delicious Dee

20.10 - Group Reads
An Old-Fashioned Christmas - A Christmas Carol - i was the first comment in the thread; claiming a Golden Oldies - first published in 1843

points this post: 20
points total: 20


message 11: by Wanda (new)

Wanda (oma1229) | 1668 comments Oma1229

15 POINT TASKS

15.10 - A Reason to Party

Read a book that is identified on Goodreads as #1, #2 or #12 in a series. Whole numbers only.

Scarlet by Marissa Meyer

Claiming Scarlet as Big Book-571 pages.

Total Points--- -15/1185
Completed Tasks--1/66
GO Books ( )
Big Books 500-750 pages (1); 750+pages()


message 12: by Meg (new)

Meg (megscl) | 1402 comments MEGSCL
5.6 - Paris Street; Rainy Day by Gustave Caillebotte
Read a book with the word CITY or CITIES found intact in the title or subtitle.
City of Bones
*506 pages for 1 big book ticket


message 13: by Suzanne (new)

Suzanne (perletwo) | 1627 comments perletwo

30.3 - Dlmrose's task: Celebrate Short Fiction -
Make use of the long winter night by reading 2 books, one Book 1 and one Book 2. Both books must be FICTION and each must be written by an author who uses a short first or last name of no more than 3 letters. Authors using a first initial (Ex: O. Henry) will work. Books with multiple contributors must have at least one contributor who uses a short first or last name.

Book 1: Read an anthology or collection of at least 3 short stories or novellas. A collection of short stories and essays would work as long as more pieces are fiction. It should be clear from the Goodreads main page that the book is a collection or anthology: genre, title, description, etc.


Three for the Chair by Rex Stout - three Nero Wolfe novellas

Book 2: Read a book with at least 100, but no more than 200, pages.

The Spy Who Loved Me by Ian Fleming - the paperback edition has 156 pages.

Points this task: 30
Total points: 30
Golden Oldies ticket requests: 0
Big Book ticket requests: 0
Books read: 2
Tasks completed: 1


message 14: by Beth (new)

Beth | 665 comments 5.7 - Luncheon of the Boating Party by Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Eat That Frog!: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time by Brian Tracy
procrastinatING

POINTS: 5


message 15: by Daphne (new)

Daphne (daphnesm) | 486 comments Reader Name: Daphne

5.10 - Pont Boieldieu in Rouen, Rainy Weather by Camille Pissarro
Read a book of your choice.

Brayan's Gold

95 pages (This will be my one book between 80-99 pages this challenge.)

Points this post:5
Total Points:35


message 16: by Trish (last edited Dec 02, 2015 05:02AM) (new)

Trish (trishhartuk) | 2385 comments trishhartuk

15.4 The Force, It's Calling To You

Option 2: Read ONE book that fulfills two different options

Second Star, Dana Stabenow
Option 1A: 57 Users have shelved it either as Science Fiction or Science Fiction > ??
Option 1C: Has the word Star in the title

Points this Task: 15
Books Read: 1

Total Points: 25
Tasks Completed: 2
Golden Oldies: 0
Big Books: 0


message 17: by [deleted user] (last edited Dec 02, 2015 07:06AM) (new)

Sara2
SRC Challenge 'virgin' here lol! On the boards with my first completed task :)

30.1 – Schatzie’s Task: Tis the season for giving back (2 book/2 option task)

Option 3 : Read a book with an author whose initials can be found in the word HEART. Middle initials may be ignored
The Scribe by Elizabeth Hunter (approved message #21 in task help thread)
AND
Option 4: My gift to you....read a book of your choice
Nightfall

Points This Post: 30
Total Points: 30
Total Tasks Completed: 1
Total Books Read: 2
Golden Oldies: 0
Big books: 500+ (0); 750+ (0); 1000+ (0)


message 18: by Sandra (new)

Sandra (sandra72) | 726 comments Sandra

15.8 Please Mr. Postman

Love, Rosie by Cecelia Ahern

This book can be found on page page #1, position #27.

Points this post: 15
Total points to date: 15


message 19: by Jessica (last edited Dec 02, 2015 08:16AM) (new)

Jessica (bookwrm526) | 1254 comments Bookwrm526

First task of the new season!
Task #10.10 - Jump! Read a book with a number of pages evenly divisible by 4. I read Blood and Circuses by Kerry Greenwood, which is 208 pages. (208/4 = 52)

Points this post: 10
Total points so far: 10


message 20: by Mrs.soule (last edited Dec 02, 2015 08:42AM) (new)

Mrs.soule (mrssoule) 10.5. Curl Up and Read
The Violets of March by Sarah Jio - on page 1 of list

10.7. Are you Up to Date?
Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari - #28 on list 12/2/15

Points This Post: 20
Total Points: 20


message 21: by Daphne (last edited Dec 02, 2015 10:13AM) (new)

Daphne (daphnesm) | 486 comments Read Name: Daphne

15.10 - A Reason to Party
Read a book that is identified on Goodreads as #1, #2 or #12 in a series. Whole numbers only.

Blackstaff
#1 in series: The Wizards

Points this post: 15
Total Points: 50


message 22: by Jonquil (last edited Dec 02, 2015 10:57AM) (new)

Jonquil | 1059 comments Jonquil

5.1 - Dance at Le moulin de la Galette by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

He's wearing a hat
Red Hot Steele (Daggers & Steele, #1) by Alex P. Berg

Red Hot Steele
Alex P. Berg
Paperback, 296 pages, 12/1

Points this post: 5
Total points: 5
Books posted: 1
Tasks complete: 1
Pages this post: 296
Total pages as of this post: 296


message 23: by Maya (new)

Maya (ferafaces) | 357 comments Reader Name: Maya

5.3 - Water Lilies by Claude Monet
Read a book found on first 5 pages of Popular Art Books.

Required: State which page your book can be found on when you post.

Book read: The Da Vinci Code - Dan Brown
Found on: Page One of list

I am claiming one Big Book ticket for this book. The edition I have has 593 pages.

Points this post: 5
Big Books this post: 1
Golden Oldies this post: 0

Total Points: 60
Books Read: 5
Tasks Complete: 4
Big Books Total: 2
Golden Oldies Total: 0


message 24: by Cynthia (new)

Cynthia (cynthiabaxter) | 704 comments CYNBAXTER
Task # 15.04 – The Force, It's Calling To You
Book 1, Option 2: The Dog Stars by Peter Heller – this book fulfills two different options: (a) Main page genre of Science Fiction and (c) contains the word “Star” in the title

Points this post: 15 points
Total points to date = 15 points

BB tickets this post: 0
Total BB tickets to date: 0
GOLDEN OLDIE this post: 0
Total “GOLDIE” tickets to date: 0


message 25: by Lisa M (new)

Lisa M | 59 comments Reader Name: Lisa NZ

15.5 That’s So Random
Read a book with a word* from one of the six titles generated in the title or subtitle

Random Title Generator results:
Purple Wizard
The Burning Pleasure
Birch of Something
The Wave's Bride
The Blade of the Stars
Guardian of the Destiny

I read Natchez Burning by Greg Iles. Burning matches a word in the second title generated.

I am claiming two Big Book tickets for this book. The edition I have has 853 pages.

Points this post: 15

Total Points: 20
Total Books Read: 2
Total Tasks Complete: 2
Total Big Books Tickets: 2
Total Golden Oldies Tickets: 0


message 26: by Jessica (new)

Jessica (bookwrm526) | 1254 comments Bookwrm526

Task #15.7 - Here Be Dragons
Read a book with dragons on the cover or featuring dragons in the story. The book I read has both:
Dealing with Dragons by Patricia C. Wrede Dealing with Dragons (Enchanted Forest Chronicles, #1) by Patricia C. Wrede
This has children's listed as a main page genre, so the AR Bookfinder data is as follows: IL: MG, BL:5.5, AR points 8.0

Points this post: 15
Total points so far: 25


message 27: by Sue (new)

Sue (suetinge) | 1482 comments 20.10 - Group Reads

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens - originally published in 1843 so I'm claiming one Golden Oldie ticket. My post is number 3 in the discussion thread.

Points this post: 20
Total Points: 20/1185
Tasks Completed: 1
Books Read: 1
Golden Oldies 1
Big Books: 500+ (), 750+ (), 1000+ (1)


message 28: by Cait S (new)

Cait S | 779 comments Cait S

5.4- Impression, Sunrise by Claude Mone
Read a book found on first 5 pages of Popular Satire Books.

Nightlight: A Parody by The Harvard Lampoon

Found on Page 5 of the list.

Points This Post: 5
Total Points: 5
Total Tasks Completed: 1


message 29: by Cindie (last edited Dec 02, 2015 04:38PM) (new)

Cindie | 1695 comments 5.2 - The Luncheon on the Grass by Edouard Manet

I read Strong Looks Better Naked by Khloé Kardashian Strong Looks Better Naked

This book was approved on the help thread.

Points: 5
Tasks completed: 1
Books read: 1
pages read: 256


message 30: by Maya (new)

Maya (ferafaces) | 357 comments Reader name: Maya



30.2 - Jonquil's task: You think you saw what?
Locate and read a book with the title you imagined.

First choice:
Mary Cassatt by Forty Sandra
Book read:
We'll Never Be Apart by Emiko Jean
Because hopefully, maybe, the two girls in the cover of the art book will never be apart. :)

Second choice:
The Painting of Modern Life Paris in the Art of Manet and His Followers by T.J. Clark
Book read:
The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman
Because it is literally the ocean at the end of a lane. :)


Points this post: 30
Big Books this post: 0
Golden Oldies this post: 0

Total Points: 90
Books Read: 7
Tasks Complete: 5
Big Books Total: 2
Golden Oldies Total: 0


message 31: by Suzanne (new)

Suzanne (perletwo) | 1627 comments perletwo

15.10 - A Reason to Party -
Read a book that is identified on Goodreads as #1, #2 or #12 in a series. Whole numbers only.

Nevermore is id'd on its GR page as (Supernatural #1).


Points this task: 15
Total points: 45
Golden Oldies ticket requests: 0
Big Book ticket requests: 0
Books read: 3
Tasks completed: 2


message 32: by Beth (new)

Beth | 665 comments 5.10 - Pont Boieldieu in Rouen, Rainy Weather by Camille Pissarro
Fever Moon: The Fear Dorcha by Karen Marie Moning

10.8. Hey, We Were There, Too!
March: Book Two by John Robert Lewis
Several VP's have been named John, including the very first, John Adams

POINTS: 20


message 33: by Donna (new)

Donna | 1109 comments SCHATZIE


5.4: Impression, Sunrise by Claude Monet

popular satire books

Animal Farm
found on page 1




20.10: Group Read

The 5th Wave
my 2 cents can be found in message 2 of the discussion thread

================================================

Points this post: 25
Total points: 25


message 34: by Jonquil (new)

Jonquil | 1059 comments Jonquil

5.2 - The Luncheon on the Grass by Edouard Manet

Having read the book, I have no clue why, but she's obviously nude.

For His Eyes Only by T.C. Archer

For His Eyes Only
T.C. Archer
Paperback, 301 pages, 12/2

Points this post: 5
Total points: 10
Books posted: 2
Tasks complete: 2
Pages this post: 301
Total pages as of this post: 597


message 35: by puppitypup (last edited Dec 02, 2015 11:24PM) (new)

puppitypup | 272 comments 15.6 En Plein Air
1 book task

Read a book with an outdoor scene on the cover.

My Animals and Other Family by Clare Balding
My Animals and Other Family by Clare Balding
__________________________________________________________
Points this post: 15
Points thus far: 15


message 36: by Daphne (new)

Daphne (daphnesm) | 486 comments Read Name: Daphne

10.8. Hey, We Were There, Too!

Read a book written by an author whose first, middle, or last name is the same as the first, middle, or last name of a U.S. Vice-President. Names must match EXACTLY.

The Straw Men by Michael Marshall - Thomas R. Marshall (1913-1921)

Points this post: 10
Total Points: 60


message 37: by Sheila (new)

Sheila (sheilaj) | 2241 comments Sheila


5.1 - Dance at Le moulin de la Galette by Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Death Masks (The Dresden Files, #5) by Jim Butcher Death Masks by Jim Butcher


5.2 - The Luncheon on the Grass by Edouard Manet
The Fire Witness by Lars Kepler The Fire Witness by Lars Kepler


5.3 - Water Lilies by Claude Monet
Luncheon of the Boating Party by Susan Vreeland Luncheon of the Boating Party by Susan Vreeland
page 3


Total Points = 15


message 38: by Cindie (new)

Cindie | 1695 comments 5.1 - Dance at Le moulin de la Galette by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

I read Ordinary Men Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution in Poland by Christopher R. Browning Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution in Poland. The people on the cover are wearing hats -- this book was approved on the help thread.

Points: 10
Tasks completed: 2
Books read: 2
pages read:522


message 39: by Alex (new)

Alex | 188 comments RockyNook

10.8 - Hey, We Were There, Too!

Nightshade - John Saul

VP Name: John Adams

Total Points: 10
Tasks Completed: 1
Total Books: 1


message 40: by Maya (new)

Maya (ferafaces) | 357 comments Reader name: Maya



5.1 - Dance at Le moulin de la Galette by Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Read a book that shows a person wearing hat on the cover.


Book read: Interesting Times by Terry Prachett
Interesting Times (Discworld, #17; Rincewind #5) by Terry Pratchett
There is a wizard's hat on the cover. :)



Points this post: 5
Big Books this post: 0
Golden Oldies this post: 0

Total Points: 95
Books Read: 8
Tasks Complete: 6
Big Books Total: 2
Golden Oldies Total: 0


message 41: by Michele (new)

Michele | 131 comments Mimi Michele

10.10 Jump
Read a book whose total pages are divisible by four

Bootstrapper: From Broke to Badass on a Northern Michigan Farm by Mardi Jo Link

This book had 272 pages divided by 4 is 68.

Points: 10

___________________________________

Total points: 10
Golden oldies:0
Big Books: 0


message 42: by Denise (new)

Denise | 445 comments 15.6 En Plein Air

Read a book with an outdoor scene on the cover.

The Pastures of Heaven by John Steinbeck by John Steinbeck

Task total=15
Season total=15


message 43: by Shelley (new)

Shelley | 179 comments SHELLEY UT

5.3 - Water Lilies by Claude Monet

I'll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson

This was found on page 2.

Jandy Nelson is a goodreads author.


Points this task: 5
Total points: 5
Tasks completed: 1
Books read: 1
Goodreads authors: 1
Big books: 500+ (0); 750+ (0); 1000+ (0)


message 44: by [deleted user] (new)

Sara2

15.6 En Plein Air

Read a book with an outdoor scene on the cover. Required: Include the cover
The Brothers Cabal (Johannes Cabal, #4) by Jonathan L. Howard (approved in task help thread #27)


Points This Post: 15
Total Points: 45
Total Tasks Completed: 2
Total Books Read: 3
Golden Oldies: 0
Big books: 500+ (0); 750+ (0); 1000+ (0)


message 45: by Enaria (new)

Enaria | 9 comments Reader name: Enaria

5.4 - Impression, Sunrise by Claude Monet
So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish by Douglas Adams
It's on page 2 of the list.

10.10. Jump!
Secret Diary Of Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4: Aged Thirteen And Three Quarters by Sue Townsend
It has 272 pages which is evenly divisible by four. (272/4=68)

Points this post: 15
Total Points: 15
Tasks Completed: 2


message 46: by Seakbee (new)

Seakbee | 196 comments 5.10 - Pont Boieldieu in Rouen, Rainy Weather by Camille Pissarro
Letters from Father Christmas by J.R.R. Tolkien. “Childrens” appears as a genre but is not found on the ARBookFinder.

15.10 - A Reason to Party
Night by Elie Wiesel. This book is #1 in The Night Trilogy series.
____________________________

Points this post = 20
Total points = 20
BB tickets = 0
GO tickets = 0


message 47: by Dlmrose (new)

Dlmrose | 17209 comments Mod
Dlmrose

5.4 - Impression, Sunrise by Claude Monet

on page 5 of Popular Satire Books: The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga

5.7 - Luncheon of the Boating Party by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

ending in -ing- killing: The Killing Kind by Chris Holm

10.6. It's Cold Here, but Colder There!

set in Sweden: Still Waters by Viveca Sten
no MMP, PB: Still Waters

total = 20


message 48: by Suzanne (new)

Suzanne | 70 comments Whimsie

10.5 Curl Up and Read

The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck. It is on Page 1 #85 of the Best Books to Read when Snow is Falling list.

Points this post: 10
Total Points: 10
Books Read: 1
Tasks Complete: 1


message 49: by Suzanne (new)

Suzanne (perletwo) | 1627 comments perletwo

15.5 That’s So Random -
Using this Random title generator, Hit "Give Me Some Titles" once. Have a pen and paper handy or copy/paste the generated titles to record your results.

I got: Trembling Captive; The Dark Secrets; Death of Sons; The Academy's Light; The Years of the Future; Doors in the Alien.

Read a book with a word* from one of the six titles generated in the title or subtitle. *Articles (A, An, The, etc) and prepositions (in, on, of, etc) may NOT be used. Plurals and possessives work and removing a plural or possessive works as well. Required: Include the six titles when you post.

Death Masks


Points this task: 15
Total points: 60
Golden Oldies ticket requests: 0
Big Book ticket requests: 0
Books read: 4
Tasks completed: 3


message 50: by Jukka (new)

Jukka Särkijärvi (nitessine) | 499 comments JUKKA

5.10 - Pont Boieldieu in Rouen, Rainy Weather by Camille Pissarro
Any book.
The Explorer & Other Stories by Jyrki Vainonen. This is also my one 90-100-page book for this challenge.

Points this post: 5
Big Books this post: 0
Golden Oldies this post: 0

Total Points: 15
Books Read: 2
Tasks Complete: 2
Big Books Total: 0
Golden Oldies Total: 0


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