Suffolk residents describe drug addiction's impact

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Showourkidthetru thnow

Levittown, NY

#68 Nov 17, 2008
I have seen addiction first hand. It is something you CAN hide. It is very easy. I have seen parents raise an A plus student on the honor roll. Who has a nurse as a mom, and a police officer as a dad,. A child is an adult, when they make a decision to try something, you can teach them but it is up to them to make the right decisions. Sometimes they do and sometime they dont! Heroin will get MOST people hooked the first time they try it. IT feels euphoric. Once they become addicted, they want to feel how good it made them the first time. But they will NEVER feel that again. SO when they try to stop they get so sick, throwing up, the runs, sweating,shakes, severe cramping, and to feel better it makes them run out and get it agian and again. When they run out of money they steal and go to jail. It is very sad watching a family go through this. They become great liars.They do things you never would have thought of. Once you recognize the signs, then maybe parents would be aware. Oh and the 10 a bag is BUll!! Only in NYC... On the Island they charge $20 a bag, and most users are doing up to 10 bags or more a day. YES PARENTS NEED TO BE AWARE OF WHAT THEIR CHILDREN ARE DOING! And children need to be aware of what drugs like Heroin can do. THey need to hear REAL stories from REAL people. DARE did not show enoguh. Weed, and coke are still here but HEROIN is the drug of choice and it needs to start being Taught about starting in 5th grade.

PS. I was at sunvet mall last weekend. I think I saw the Kid with the Tatoo on his neck also. He is there all the time. I also saw him deal to a girl and guy. LIke the age of 22. Sooo Sad! If they only really knew what they are getting themselves into. Police need to crack down on these people!! WAKE UP!!!!!
june

AOL

#69 Dec 24, 2008
dont blame the parent we wer and are wonderful parents my daughter is a gret person the drug is the devil it is so addicitive some people have no chance evevn after one time, My daughter has been in and out of over 30 rehabs the best and the worst she is 38 has a masters degress and if you didnt know her problem you would want her for your own daughter,No one cares about drug addicts,Society treats them like dirt they are everyones child,mother, brother please write your congressmen we need money for more education and rehabs this is a lost generation. I have tried everything and so far nothing has helped,she was shot and almost died last year and wenr out one month ago for crac I am at the end of my enabling I cant see her any more will not talk to her she has to get better by herself but it seems impossible
Wanderlife

St. John's, Canada

#71 Dec 29, 2008
I spend about 150$ on Blow every weekend. I drink 2- 3 times a week and smoke weed some evenings. I have a job and I've never stolen anything or missed a days work because of partying. Drugs are a part of our culture and can be enjoyed wisely. People need to get over their paranoia. The world has provided these substances for our pleasure. As a matter of fact I am enjoying a few beers and a couple of lines right now. Here's to the good life!
My Opinion

AOL

#72 Dec 31, 2008
Wanderlife wrote:
I spend about 150$ on Blow every weekend. I drink 2- 3 times a week and smoke weed some evenings. I have a job and I've never stolen anything or missed a days work because of partying. Drugs are a part of our culture and can be enjoyed wisely. People need to get over their paranoia. The world has provided these substances for our pleasure. As a matter of fact I am enjoying a few beers and a couple of lines right now. Here's to the good life!
you just confirmed that you are a serious addict and a loser. ok for ow you may be holding a job, but wait until your high/drunk and kill someone, that will make you a murderer since you are doing this knowing what could happen.
fed up mom

Levittown, NY

#73 Feb 13, 2009
NO_Bama wrote:
It's the parents fault......don't let some B*S therapist tell you otherwise!!!!!!!!
That is the most ignorant statement I have ever read. Parents can educate their children, teach values, the need to respect themselves and others, the value of a good education and so on, from birth. We keep a close eye on them, drive them to and from play dates, sporting events and birthday parties. But yet kids get kidnapped, sexually abused, run over by cars, drowned in pools and even murdered. Is that the fault of the parent, for not having their eyes on their child for the one split second it takes for harm to find them. The fault lies on the society we now live in. There is so much bickering back and forth as to who is too blame, that there is seriously nothing being done about the problems our children face. Each and every time a child is away from their parents, they are subject to the influences of other people. If you have ever raised a child, you would know you can not be with them 100% of the time, you can talk to them until you are blue in the face, but ultimately they they will take chances, because other people are doing it and it looks like fun. Not all human beings are capable (as you obviously were) of making the right choice 100% of the time. What we need to do as a society is figure out how to rid the streets of the dangers that face all of us on a daily basis. Protect the children, so they can have a fair chance to grow up to be valuable members of our society. If adults continuously bicker back and forth about who's to blame and do nothing to fix the problems, what are you teaching the future adults? Its easier to skip through life judging people than actually being an adult and doing something to change things!!
John Benedict

AOL

#74 Feb 13, 2009
Don't drop out of high school either because in today's day and age a high school diploma is good as nothing. Everyone needs these college degrees to have a steady income for their future. I wonder if Topix were to close down all these forums if the recession would improve and maybe the unemployment rate would finally secede

Since: Jan 09

New York, NY

#75 Feb 13, 2009
fed up mom wrote:
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That is the most ignorant statement I have ever read. Parents can educate their children, teach values, the need to respect themselves and others, the value of a good education and so on, from birth. We keep a close eye on them, drive them to and from play dates, sporting events and birthday parties. But yet kids get kidnapped, sexually abused, run over by cars, drowned in pools and even murdered. Is that the fault of the parent, for not having their eyes on their child for the one split second it takes for harm to find them. The fault lies on the society we now live in. There is so much bickering back and forth as to who is too blame, that there is seriously nothing being done about the problems our children face. Each and every time a child is away from their parents, they are subject to the influences of other people. If you have ever raised a child, you would know you can not be with them 100% of the time, you can talk to them until you are blue in the face, but ultimately they they will take chances, because other people are doing it and it looks like fun. Not all human beings are capable (as you obviously were) of making the right choice 100% of the time. What we need to do as a society is figure out how to rid the streets of the dangers that face all of us on a daily basis. Protect the children, so they can have a fair chance to grow up to be valuable members of our society. If adults continuously bicker back and forth about who's to blame and do nothing to fix the problems, what are you teaching the future adults? Its easier to skip through life judging people than actually being an adult and doing something to change things!!
I agree with you 100%. There are few parents out there however, that are just as bad as their children. It is easy to give birth and so hard to raise them. For the majority of parents, I don't believe that is the case. I believe they do everything in their power to try and keep their children safe.
Another problem is both parents work. I'm fortunate enough to stay at home but, this isn't going to last. With the cost of living on Long Island, most parents don't have a choice but to work. I wish there was a simple solution.
A friend of mine in the late 80's, had a drug addiction. His mother who was a physical therapist, brought them to the hospital where she worked to show this friend of mine a woman in a coma from cocaine use.
It worked. He never touched it again.
It's too bad the schools don't show children (in photographs) what the use of drugs can do to someone. At a young age they think it can never happen to them until it hits close to home.
I hope this will be a war we can eventually win.
fed up mom

Levittown, NY

#76 Feb 13, 2009
Norskelt wrote:
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I agree with you 100%. There are few parents out there however, that are just as bad as their children. It is easy to give birth and so hard to raise them. For the majority of parents, I don't believe that is the case. I believe they do everything in their power to try and keep their children safe.
Another problem is both parents work. I'm fortunate enough to stay at home but, this isn't going to last. With the cost of living on Long Island, most parents don't have a choice but to work. I wish there was a simple solution.
A friend of mine in the late 80's, had a drug addiction. His mother who was a physical therapist, brought them to the hospital where she worked to show this friend of mine a woman in a coma from cocaine use.
It worked. He never touched it again.
It's too bad the schools don't show children (in photographs) what the use of drugs can do to someone. At a young age they think it can never happen to them until it hits close to home.
I hope this will be a war we can eventually win.
There is much to learn for both parents and children in the world of drug abuse. Unfortunately we, as a society have begun to accept drinking and pot smoking as "normal" behavior in teens. What people don't seem to get is both of these are dangerous choices for children. Parents in this community sponsor "keg" parties at high school "victory" parties for Football and Baseball teams. I know this, because my children have been invited to them. These parents are supposed to be setting an example and providing a safe environment for our kids. The new "normal" seems to be heroine. It has become as available as beer and pot to our kids. It is at just about every house party, beach party and school sponsored event. Parents need to know this. Kids their friends playing around with heroine, and are becoming desensitized to it. Just like adults have become to beer and pot. The difference is, heroine is not a "recreational" drug. It is highly addictive. You don't get to see you have made a bad choice, you get to live the bad choice. Heroine is eating kids alive right before our eyes. It needs to stop. Every parent needs to talk to their children specifically about heroine. Every parent needs to look twice at their kid and become suspicious of their behavior. Read their text messages, emails, etc. You would be surprised what you can learn. A simple text of "you good?" is not asking about your child's well being, it is asking if he/she is holding!! There is a lot to learn about heroine and the best tools we have right now are other parents. Get the community involved in whatever way you can.

Since: Jan 09

New York, NY

#77 Feb 13, 2009
fed up mom wrote:
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There is much to learn for both parents and children in the world of drug abuse. Unfortunately we, as a society have begun to accept drinking and pot smoking as "normal" behavior in teens. What people don't seem to get is both of these are dangerous choices for children. Parents in this community sponsor "keg" parties at high school "victory" parties for Football and Baseball teams. I know this, because my children have been invited to them. These parents are supposed to be setting an example and providing a safe environment for our kids. The new "normal" seems to be heroine. It has become as available as beer and pot to our kids. It is at just about every house party, beach party and school sponsored event. Parents need to know this. Kids their friends playing around with heroine, and are becoming desensitized to it. Just like adults have become to beer and pot. The difference is, heroine is not a "recreational" drug. It is highly addictive. You don't get to see you have made a bad choice, you get to live the bad choice. Heroine is eating kids alive right before our eyes. It needs to stop. Every parent needs to talk to their children specifically about heroine. Every parent needs to look twice at their kid and become suspicious of their behavior. Read their text messages, emails, etc. You would be surprised what you can learn. A simple text of "you good?" is not asking about your child's well being, it is asking if he/she is holding!! There is a lot to learn about heroine and the best tools we have right now are other parents. Get the community involved in whatever way you can.
What a disgrace! I have four young boys. When the become teenagers if they ever attend a parent sponsored keg party, you bet I would have them arrested. That is no better than giving them a loaded gun.
I hate to admit that I'm clueless when it comes to drug abuse on Long Island. My boys are so young right now.
Parents keeping each other informed is a wonderful preventative.
I have a problem with adults thinking 'pot' is okay. It is ILLEGAL. As far as alcohol, if parents know their child may have a problem, they should maintain a dry house.
I do agree with the fact there are some parents who are enablers and it is just one more thing we have to protect our children from.
As for me..I have every intention of becoming active in my community to keep myself better informed and to keep not only my children but others as safe as I can.
Whaddya know

Mount Sinai, NY

#78 Feb 14, 2009
fed up mom wrote:
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But yet kids get kidnapped, sexually abused, run over by cars, drowned in pools and even murdered. Is that the fault of the parent, for not having their eyes on their child for the one split second it takes for harm to find them.[/quote]
YES! My mother never let us out of her sight, and here I am today. Never kidnapped, raped, run over or drowned. She didn't let us out of her sight and constantly instilled a sense of right and wrong, good and bad, and let us know the potential consequences for doing wrong. It was annoying as a kid, but I'm grateful today. I now have a child, and plan on being the very same way.
[quote]The fault lies on the society we now live in. There is so much bickering back and forth as to who is too blame, that there is seriously nothing being done about the problems our children face. What we need to do as a society is figure out how to rid the streets of the dangers that face all of us on a daily basis. Protect the children, so they can have a fair chance to grow up to be valuable members of our society. If adults continuously bicker back and forth about who's to blame and do nothing to fix the problems, what are you teaching the future adults? Its easier to skip through life judging people than actually being an adult and doing something to change things!!
Let me guess, you voted for Obama??? And I'm not looking to get into a big political debate here; but you are obviously some left-winger that thinks bigger government is better, the government should fix everyone's problems, that yet another social program or agency (at OUR expense) will take care of these problems. It does NOT take the village to raise a child; it takes a parent with half a clue... ThAT, not everything else you say, is what is wrong with society. We've gotten so far away from being self-sufficient. If our government collapsed tomorrow (not too far-fetched); MOST of this country would not know how to take care of itself without the OH-SO-MANY social programs. That's when the pillaging, looting, and raping begin. Notice anytime those things happen. Who are the ones doing it? The same ones who have had their hands out their entire lives. I work two jobs and am proud to do so. I can lay my head on my Tempur-pedic pillow at night knowing I take care of my own (and obviously plenty of yours too!)
Whaddya know

Mount Sinai, NY

#79 Feb 14, 2009
Make sure you read the middle of the quoted part above, it's more of my comments. Some how got mixed in... Begins with "YES"
Whaddya know

Mount Sinai, NY

#80 Feb 14, 2009
How I would love to go back to the principles and ideologies that started this country and governed it right up until about 50 years ago. I'm going to give this it's own mini-paragraph:
The Federal Government was responsible for national security, some of the interstate highway system (even that was delegated to the state level), and little else. Now the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT is actually telling us we have to buy CABLE CONVERTER BOXES!!!
SERIOUSLY, read that again. I'll give you 30 seconds to absorb that.
{Jeopardy theme plays}
We have gone from paying taxes to support a military that keeps us safe; to paying taxes on a handful of "thinkers" who have decided it is imperative to SIGN INTO LAW that CABLE TELEVISION HAS TO BE DIGITAL. The FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IS TELLING YOU HOW TO WATCH TV!!!!!!!!! This is called communism/socialism; we're headed there; and I'm stock-piling canned food, water and ammo. Get ready for the show!!! OK, so I'm being a little extreme, but it's really saddening to see how useless we've become.
I can't believe I turned this into some socio-political rant, and I apologize, but to tie up all these ends; it should NOT be the government or society who takes care of the children. It should be those who made their private parts touch!!!
fed up mom

Levittown, NY

#81 Feb 14, 2009
Whaddya know wrote:
How I would love to go back to the principles and ideologies that started this country and governed it right up until about 50 years ago. I'm going to give this it's own mini-paragraph:
The Federal Government was responsible for national security, some of the interstate highway system (even that was delegated to the state level), and little else. Now the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT is actually telling us we have to buy CABLE CONVERTER BOXES!!!
SERIOUSLY, read that again. I'll give you 30 seconds to absorb that.
{Jeopardy theme plays}
We have gone from paying taxes to support a military that keeps us safe; to paying taxes on a handful of "thinkers" who have decided it is imperative to SIGN INTO LAW that CABLE TELEVISION HAS TO BE DIGITAL. The FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IS TELLING YOU HOW TO WATCH TV!!!!!!!!! This is called communism/socialism; we're headed there; and I'm stock-piling canned food, water and ammo. Get ready for the show!!! OK, so I'm being a little extreme, but it's really saddening to see how useless we've become.
I can't believe I turned this into some socio-political rant, and I apologize, but to tie up all these ends; it should NOT be the government or society who takes care of the children. It should be those who made their private parts touch!!!
I think you went a bit off topic. I was not suggesting any of this was "Your" responsibility. I was suggesting we live in a society where there are many selfish, dangerous members that need to be watched. Unfortunately children are very vulnerable and can be hurt by these people. Like it or not, Heroine is a problem, and it is impossible to watch your children every second of ever day, unless of course, you home school and never let them out the front door. The message I am trying to get out, is there is an epidemic of heroine abuse on the rise. School districts are keeping it under lock and key, except for the occasional article in the papers people are not hearing about it. Parents need to network, its the most powerful tool we have as parents to know what is going o in our neighborhoods. The reason sex offenders are registered is for "your benefit" as much as mine. Its good to know the man that lives by your child's bus stop could be a danger. I too keep a constant eye on my children, but is is nice to know that another mother might also be. You never know when you might have to look away! I'm sure there are many forums for you to get into your Obama bashing. Hey, you are entitled to your political views, as am I. Blaming the government for every problem we face is not the answer. I'm not looking to save the world here. I'm looking to make people aware of a problem in our neighborhoods that I know something about. That's networking! You never know, you might simply mention this post to someone and bells will go off!! You might inadvertently save a life.

Since: Jan 09

New York, NY

#82 Feb 14, 2009
fed up mom wrote:
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I think you went a bit off topic. I was not suggesting any of this was "Your" responsibility. I was suggesting we live in a society where there are many selfish, dangerous members that need to be watched. Unfortunately children are very vulnerable and can be hurt by these people. Like it or not, Heroine is a problem, and it is impossible to watch your children every second of ever day, unless of course, you home school and never let them out the front door. The message I am trying to get out, is there is an epidemic of heroine abuse on the rise. School districts are keeping it under lock and key, except for the occasional article in the papers people are not hearing about it. Parents need to network, its the most powerful tool we have as parents to know what is going o in our neighborhoods. The reason sex offenders are registered is for "your benefit" as much as mine. Its good to know the man that lives by your child's bus stop could be a danger. I too keep a constant eye on my children, but is is nice to know that another mother might also be. You never know when you might have to look away! I'm sure there are many forums for you to get into your Obama bashing. Hey, you are entitled to your political views, as am I. Blaming the government for every problem we face is not the answer. I'm not looking to save the world here. I'm looking to make people aware of a problem in our neighborhoods that I know something about. That's networking! You never know, you might simply mention this post to someone and bells will go off!! You might inadvertently save a life.
I could not believe the response of this whaddya know blogger.
For the record I'm a psychiatric nurse and it sounds as if he/she may have been a previous patient of the hospital I worked in.-LOL
He was way off topic. We are speaking of keeping our children safe and the drug issues of Long Island and he/she is ranting about big brother.
Look, I don't care if my taxes go up to maintain the safety of our children. You can't put a price on that.
Your posts are articulate and intelligent in nature.
If any one person refutes your post it's because they aren't literate.
Whaddya know

Mount Sinai, NY

#83 Feb 14, 2009
Norskelt wrote:
<quoted text>
I could not believe the response of this whaddya know blogger.
For the record I'm a psychiatric nurse and it sounds as if he/she may have been a previous patient of the hospital I worked in.-LOL
He was way off topic. We are speaking of keeping our children safe and the drug issues of Long Island and he/she is ranting about big brother.
Look, I don't care if my taxes go up to maintain the safety of our children. You can't put a price on that.
Your posts are articulate and intelligent in nature.
If any one person refutes your post it's because they aren't literate.
OK, so let me be more clear. I know how it sounds as if I went off topic. I am not ranting about big brother, but rather about the comment that SOCIETY or GOVERNMENT needs to look after our children, that there need to be more programs and legislation and taxes; and how THAT SEEMINGLY SIMPLE IDEA is part of a larger leftist ideology (making government responsible and powerful over everything) that has been PROVEN to fail (communism/socialism, anyone?) I LOVE the fact that the same leftist folks think that programs or legislation from the government, or even private or non-profit agencies, will help your kids stay off drugs. Answer this: What teenager isn't defiant? Do you honestly think they're going to listen to the government or some other "network"??? I get what you're saying, FED UP MOM, about networking and watching each others kids. But honestly, that doesn't bring me (personally) any additional comfort; primarily because I think THE VAST MAJORITY of other parents out there are USELESS and don't trust them to look out for my kid.
I do care about my taxes going up because I know that will not do the least amount of help keeping my kid off drugs. "Look, I don't care if my taxes go up to maintain the safety of our children. You can't put a price on that." I feel VERY SORRY you feel that way. You will only be disappointed.
This whole idea is reactionary, and will not work. I choose to be pro-active by being a positive role model for my child; educating and, dare I say, discipling my child when necessary.
Do me a favor, keep your rose colored glasses on and see the glass as half-full, so that you have the ILLUSION of safety and security, and get that really warm, fuzzy feeling that someone is helping you out. Let me know how that works out for you...
Whaddya know

Mount Sinai, NY

#84 Feb 14, 2009
That word should be "disciplining"; not "discipling". HAHA. Sorry...
fed up mom

Levittown, NY

#85 Feb 14, 2009
Whaddya know wrote:
<quoted text>
OK, so let me be more clear. I know how it sounds as if I went off topic. I am not ranting about big brother, but rather about the comment that SOCIETY or GOVERNMENT needs to look after our children, that there need to be more programs and legislation and taxes; and how THAT SEEMINGLY SIMPLE IDEA is part of a larger leftist ideology (making government responsible and powerful over everything) that has been PROVEN to fail (communism/socialism, anyone?) I LOVE the fact that the same leftist folks think that programs or legislation from the government
, or even private or non-profit agencies, will help your kids stay off drugs. Answer this: What teenager isn't defiant? Do you honestly think they're going to listen to the government or some other "network"??? I get what you're saying, FED UP MOM, about networking and watching each others kids. But honestly, that doesn't bring me (personally) any additional comfort; primarily because I think THE VAST MAJORITY of other parents out there are USELESS and don't trust them to look out for my kid.
I do care about my taxes going up because I know that will not do the least amount of help keeping my kid off drugs. "Look, I don't care if my taxes go up to maintain the safety of our children. You can't put a price on that." I feel VERY SORRY you feel that way. You will only be disappointed.
This whole idea is reactionary, and will not work. I choose to be pro-active by being a positive role model for my child; educating and, dare I say, discipling my child when necessary.
Do me a favor, keep your rose colored glasses on and see the glass as half-full, so that you have the ILLUSION of safety and security, and get that really warm, fuzzy feeling that someone is helping you out. Let me know how that works out for you...
Once again your are interjecting your political agenda. I did not suggest that the government was responsible to raise my children, by society, I meant community (people in neighborhoods, friends, relatives, etc.), I am not suggesting funding, programs or legislation. My point, plain and simple is to let people know what is going on in their neighbors homes. And to give a heads up to other parents, who unlike you (even while working 2 jobs) can not possibly know who their children are with 24/7, what they are doing and where they are. If this discussion opens up communication at the dinner table, then something positive has come out of this. You are obviously a superior being and need no help from anyone. You have your canned goods and ammo, therefore you are ready for anything. How lucky your child is to have such a wonderful, caring parent. As for me, I feel compassion for other people, and especially worry about the children growing up in these crazy times. I will continue to put my energy into making the world I live in a better place. I'm not going to spend my time crying about television signals and big brother. I'll leave that to you!!
Whaddya know

Mount Sinai, NY

#86 Feb 14, 2009
Allow me to apologize that I interpreted your use of SOCIETY to mean GOVERNMENT. I thought one of your earlier posts mentioned legislation and failure of different government agencies (school districts, police, etc.) to do anything to address the problem - which is why I mentioned the Natalie Law. I applaud you (seriously) for the efforts you wish to make, and wish you well. I just see those efforts as futile for the very same reason I do not trust anyone else to watch my kid when my back is turned - BECAUSE MOST PARENTS ARE USELESS! Even if we did create this fantastic network of concerned parents, I'll GUARANTEE it would only consist of parents whose kids were already junkies. The rest of the parents would either live in denial that it could ever happen to them and only open their eyes when too late; or not want to be involved in the first place because they want to be their kids' friend or the "cool" parent. And that is not an opinion, that's my experience. Yes, experience. Again I will tell you that I see more on a daily basis than you do in a year or more. Not patting myself on the back. I also stand behind my assertion that any kind of concerned parent groups are going to do nothing than let the parents feel better that others share the same fears and concerns. That time would be better spent one-on-one with the child, educating them and building a relationship. And you're right, I don't have my eye on my child 24/7 because I DO work 2 jobs. But I do so in order for my wife to be home and not have to work, so that she can raise my child. And I'll have you know that I DO know where my child is, even while at my jobs, because I check in with my wife all day long. My kid is lucky to have me. Enjoys every moment we share. I have compassion for other people too, but none for people who can't help themselves.
In all honesty, you sound like an intelligent individual and will probably do fine by your children (seriously and sincerely). My original rant was not against you anyway. Sorry about the rant on Digital TV too. It was not meant to come off like that. I was talking about society, the community; just pointing out how most people look to everyone else for help, handouts, whatever; rather than within themselves. We've gotten so weak as communities, society, a country; that most citizens can't even take care of themselves and their families anymore. Good luck to you and yours...

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