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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 1:13:46 PM   
Shifty Bench

 

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ORIGINAL: matty_b

I write subtitles for television programmes, both live and prerecorded. Our big clients are ITV and Channel 5, but we do some stuff for Sky.

It can be a very interesting job, depending on what programmes you get allocated, but the flipside can be having three Jeremy Kyle Shows in a row to subtitle as well as focusing on local news across the country which can be incredibly dull.

Due to the live nature of our job, we work a fairly bizarre working pattern which can be a pain and we never, ever get Bank Holidays off which is annoying, but on the whole I enjoy it.



So, you are responsible for making me laugh at some of the subtitle mistakes on live TV shows? I salute you

I can see how this job can be frustrating at times, though. I mean, having to actually listen to Jeremy Kyle?

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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 1:34:14 PM   
Rinc


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ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench

I just noticed you are a media studies teacher, that is very cool too.


It's brilliant but teaching English is just as good. Although lately with Y10 media we've been doing TV crime drama which is lots of fun.

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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 1:37:18 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench


quote:

ORIGINAL: matty_b

I write subtitles for television programmes, both live and prerecorded. Our big clients are ITV and Channel 5, but we do some stuff for Sky.

It can be a very interesting job, depending on what programmes you get allocated, but the flipside can be having three Jeremy Kyle Shows in a row to subtitle as well as focusing on local news across the country which can be incredibly dull.

Due to the live nature of our job, we work a fairly bizarre working pattern which can be a pain and we never, ever get Bank Holidays off which is annoying, but on the whole I enjoy it.



So, you are responsible for making me laugh at some of the subtitle mistakes on live TV shows? I salute you

I can see how this job can be frustrating at times, though. I mean, having to actually listen to Jeremy Kyle?


I actually thought that for live stuff, because of the speed and mistakes it was actually voice recognition software doing most of this. I was watching subtitles on Sky News when I was in the gym over the weekend and it put up some title that was "boiled hands" rather than "Royal hands". I figured no human would actually make that error.

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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 1:41:27 PM   
Shifty Bench

 

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Anyone ever use the Closed Caption option on Youtube? It's voice recognition and is almost never right, it's quite funny for a bit.


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ORIGINAL: Rinc


quote:

ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench

I just noticed you are a media studies teacher, that is very cool too.


It's brilliant but teaching English is just as good. Although lately with Y10 media we've been doing TV crime drama which is lots of fun.


It sounds cool (genuinely, no sarcasm here)



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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 4:00:25 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Professor Moriarty


quote:

ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench


quote:

ORIGINAL: matty_b

I write subtitles for television programmes, both live and prerecorded. Our big clients are ITV and Channel 5, but we do some stuff for Sky.

It can be a very interesting job, depending on what programmes you get allocated, but the flipside can be having three Jeremy Kyle Shows in a row to subtitle as well as focusing on local news across the country which can be incredibly dull.

Due to the live nature of our job, we work a fairly bizarre working pattern which can be a pain and we never, ever get Bank Holidays off which is annoying, but on the whole I enjoy it.



So, you are responsible for making me laugh at some of the subtitle mistakes on live TV shows? I salute you

I can see how this job can be frustrating at times, though. I mean, having to actually listen to Jeremy Kyle?


I actually thought that for live stuff, because of the speed and mistakes it was actually voice recognition software doing most of this. I was watching subtitles on Sky News when I was in the gym over the weekend and it put up some title that was "boiled hands" rather than "Royal hands". I figured no human would actually make that error.


The Prof is right, we use VR software which accounts for the more bizarre typos that get sent out.


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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 5:28:09 PM   
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I manage an electronics shop by day. It's ok, not as ok as the guitar shop I used to manage but certainly more ok than the phone shop I managed before that. DJ by night. Mostly weddings, they pay well. I also DJ an 80's boozer and run a couple of club nights. Alternative & mix tape. And a few times a year I am a back line tech. Mostly T in the park, but I do other stuff as time allows. That can be a good laugh. I also do some guitar tech work and sound engineering on the side. Local stuff mostly. I am currently pondering taking on a market stall. I reckon I could make some money from that.

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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 5:43:22 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Rinc


quote:

ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench

I just noticed you are a media studies teacher, that is very cool too.


It's brilliant but teaching English is just as good. Although lately with Y10 media we've been doing TV crime drama which is lots of fun.


You're a teacher who enjoys their job right now? What's your secret? (My wife needs to know.)

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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 5:50:36 PM   
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I work for a major high street bank where my current role is to decide whether or not customers get to have a refund on PPI premiums. Pretty much everybody does.




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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 6:21:18 PM   
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ORIGINAL: DancingClown


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ORIGINAL: Rinc


quote:

ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench

I just noticed you are a media studies teacher, that is very cool too.


It's brilliant but teaching English is just as good. Although lately with Y10 media we've been doing TV crime drama which is lots of fun.


You're a teacher who enjoys their job right now? What's your secret? (My wife needs to know.)


Aye. So does my Mum? Is it something you put in your cereal?

I'm just finishing up my degree but I work full-time as well in various different roles. I'm a chef, barman, general dogsbody. When I say chef I mean 'proper chef' not glorified cook, although some places have tried to get me to take the freezer-packed approach, which round here is going to be found out by the customer in, oh, about a minute. I did until recently have two jobs, I've now decided to stick with just the one due to travelling costs to the other. And yes, I still occasionally get called a student sponger. Usually by alcoholics who's idea of a day's work is feeding the only thing they have for company when they're not propping up the bar, their goldfish. Yes, the irony there is incredible...

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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 6:43:30 PM   
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quote:

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I work for a major high street bank where my current role is to decide whether or not customers get to have a refund on PPI premiums. Pretty much everybody does.





Is this your boss?


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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 7:08:36 PM   
DancingClown


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ORIGINAL: Goodfella


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ORIGINAL: DancingClown


quote:

ORIGINAL: Rinc


quote:

ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench

I just noticed you are a media studies teacher, that is very cool too.


It's brilliant but teaching English is just as good. Although lately with Y10 media we've been doing TV crime drama which is lots of fun.


You're a teacher who enjoys their job right now? What's your secret? (My wife needs to know.)


Aye. So does my Mum? Is it something you put in your cereal?



Okay, two things:

1. I was specifically addressing Rinc, not yourself.
2. Rinc is a teacher and therefore is in a better position to answer my question, unlike yourself - (see 1).

Anyway, other than being victimised by a bitch head-teacher who is targeting various members of staff in a campaign of discrimination and constructive dismissal there's the hostile parents, ignorant public, and an education secretary - as well as that cunt who heads Ofsted - who seems hell-bent on dismantling the system and doing his utmost to demoralise both teachers and pupils. The stifling bureaucracy. The determination to transform all teachers into robots. Maybe it's because she's a department head as well, she takes more shit. I dunno.

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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 7:18:01 PM   
steffols


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I work on the Customer Service Desk and cigarette kiosk of a supermarket.

Sometimes, I do love it but lately we've had management breathing down our necks and I've been getting hideous shifts which I hope will be sorted soon.

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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 7:41:40 PM   
Shifty Bench

 

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ORIGINAL: DancingClown


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ORIGINAL: Goodfella


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ORIGINAL: DancingClown


quote:

ORIGINAL: Rinc


quote:

ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench

I just noticed you are a media studies teacher, that is very cool too.


It's brilliant but teaching English is just as good. Although lately with Y10 media we've been doing TV crime drama which is lots of fun.


You're a teacher who enjoys their job right now? What's your secret? (My wife needs to know.)


Aye. So does my Mum? Is it something you put in your cereal?



Okay, two things:

1. I was specifically addressing Rinc, not yourself.
2. Rinc is a teacher and therefore is in a better position to answer my question, unlike yourself - (see 1).


Correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't Goodfella also addressing Rinc, in agreement with you?


< Message edited by Shifty Bench -- 5/6/2012 7:42:36 PM >


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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 8:25:18 PM   
Goodfella


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench

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ORIGINAL: DancingClown


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ORIGINAL: Goodfella


quote:

ORIGINAL: DancingClown


quote:

ORIGINAL: Rinc


quote:

ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench

I just noticed you are a media studies teacher, that is very cool too.


It's brilliant but teaching English is just as good. Although lately with Y10 media we've been doing TV crime drama which is lots of fun.


You're a teacher who enjoys their job right now? What's your secret? (My wife needs to know.)


Aye. So does my Mum? Is it something you put in your cereal?



Okay, two things:

1. I was specifically addressing Rinc, not yourself.
2. Rinc is a teacher and therefore is in a better position to answer my question, unlike yourself - (see 1).


Correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't Goodfella also addressing Rinc, in agreement with you?



Yes I was. Fuck knows what called for that kind of reaction, I was agreeing with the jest of the posts but, Jesus, don't worry about it....

Any opportunity to be a jumped-up arse on these forums these days...


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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 8:35:10 PM   
steffols


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I'm sure it was just a genuine mix-up, GF.

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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 8:42:07 PM   
Keyser Sozzled


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ORIGINAL: Goodfella


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ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench

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ORIGINAL: DancingClown


quote:

ORIGINAL: Goodfella


quote:

ORIGINAL: DancingClown


quote:

ORIGINAL: Rinc


quote:

ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench

I just noticed you are a media studies teacher, that is very cool too.


It's brilliant but teaching English is just as good. Although lately with Y10 media we've been doing TV crime drama which is lots of fun.


You're a teacher who enjoys their job right now? What's your secret? (My wife needs to know.)


Aye. So does my Mum? Is it something you put in your cereal?



Okay, two things:

1. I was specifically addressing Rinc, not yourself.
2. Rinc is a teacher and therefore is in a better position to answer my question, unlike yourself - (see 1).


Correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't Goodfella also addressing Rinc, in agreement with you?



Yes I was. Fuck knows what called for that kind of reaction, I was agreeing with the jest of the posts but, Jesus, don't worry about it....

Any opportunity to be a jumped-up arse on these forums these days...





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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 8:43:37 PM   
Goodfella


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ORIGINAL: Keyser Sozzled


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ORIGINAL: Goodfella


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ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench

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ORIGINAL: DancingClown


quote:

ORIGINAL: Goodfella


quote:

ORIGINAL: DancingClown


quote:

ORIGINAL: Rinc


quote:

ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench

I just noticed you are a media studies teacher, that is very cool too.


It's brilliant but teaching English is just as good. Although lately with Y10 media we've been doing TV crime drama which is lots of fun.


You're a teacher who enjoys their job right now? What's your secret? (My wife needs to know.)


Aye. So does my Mum? Is it something you put in your cereal?



Okay, two things:

1. I was specifically addressing Rinc, not yourself.
2. Rinc is a teacher and therefore is in a better position to answer my question, unlike yourself - (see 1).


Correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't Goodfella also addressing Rinc, in agreement with you?



Yes I was. Fuck knows what called for that kind of reaction, I was agreeing with the jest of the posts but, Jesus, don't worry about it....

Any opportunity to be a jumped-up arse on these forums these days...






Well it's going to as there was absolutely no need for it in the first place, I was in agreement, there's no other explanation for me posting what I did.

I also wasn't the first poster to notice that.

Don't really know what there is "to get mixed up" over but forget it.

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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 8:46:16 PM   
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I used to be a PR/Marketing Assistant, Event's Manager & PA/Office Manager my career has generally run on parallel lines where my job was a combination of the PR/PA stuff. I've done product placement for films, TV shows, Music video. Have worked backstage at concerts & celeb events dressing celebrities. I've organised photo shoots, written copy for ads. My previous bosses include a very famous DJ, a well known London tourist attraction, a mid range Jewellery & Watch company and a celebrity chef.

Because of the issues in my private life I'm unlikely to go back to my previous career so am looking at setting up my own vintage company hiring out my huge collection of vintage handbags, china and glasses for events, photo shoots, etc. I am also looking at maybe utilising my skills in event management to do vintage inspired events as well.


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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 8:48:06 PM   
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I'm a structural engineer, I travel all over the country surveying old buildings and then put designs together on how to remedy defects. I work mainly these days on rail projects, so it's alot of station work. I have worked on some spectacular projects in the past like the British Museum and St pancreas station.

It's 50/50 site and office based, and i am lucky enough to absolutely love my job.

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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 8:49:41 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench

Correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't Goodfella also addressing Rinc, in agreement with you?



Oops, my bad. Sensitive subject right now.

quote:

ORIGINAL: Goodfella

Any opportunity to be a jumped-up arse on these forums these days...



Takes one to know one, sir.

My apologies for jumping down your throat. T'was a misunderstanding.

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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 8:51:34 PM   
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*saves for future use*

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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 8:52:11 PM   
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I work in Big Four audit.

Corporate whore, me.

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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 8:53:30 PM   
Lucky Day


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I manage an electronics shop by day. It's ok, not as ok as the guitar shop I used to manage but certainly more ok than the phone shop I managed before that. DJ by night. Mostly weddings, they pay well. I also DJ an 80's boozer and run a couple of club nights. Alternative & mix tape. And a few times a year I am a back line tech. Mostly T in the park, but I do other stuff as time allows. That can be a good laugh. I also do some guitar tech work and sound engineering on the side. Local stuff mostly. I am currently pondering taking on a market stall. I reckon I could make some money from that.



Oh, and I meant to add. I like my job(s), these are not the best jobs in the world though. I met a man who's job it was to tweak Pink's nipples just before she went on stage. I've seen him do his job twice. He is very good at it.

This is possibly the best job in the world. I'm not sure of the required qualifications.

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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 10:45:14 PM   
Rinc


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Just so you all know, I've been down the pub all afternoon because I've got all week off. These bank holidays mean nothing to someone like me.

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ORIGINAL: DancingClown


quote:

ORIGINAL: Rinc


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ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench

I just noticed you are a media studies teacher, that is very cool too.


It's brilliant but teaching English is just as good. Although lately with Y10 media we've been doing TV crime drama which is lots of fun.


You're a teacher who enjoys their job right now? What's your secret? (My wife needs to know.)


I'm a new teacher so that helps. I'm sure within a few years I'll be ground down and turned into a robot. But in the meantime I qualified only last year at the age of 28. Therefore I've had plenty of other jobs which are longer hours, more unsociable hours, less pay, less respect, more mudane, repetitive, less career prospects longterm and shorterm, badly managed, more poorly staffed, full of more arse kissing morons and most importantly - far less satisfying. Teaching has its downsides but so far it is by far the best job I've ever had. Everyday is different, I am on the whole respected for what I do, pay and pension is decent (we'll se though ) I have great holidays, 99% of kids are nice and there is nothing more satisfying than teaching your kids something, they take that on and then apply that successfully to their work. Even something so simple as teaching a 13 year old a new word which they are then able to use.

Come July it'll also be the longest full time job I've ever had so it's not just a case of not being in a job long enough.

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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 11:08:14 PM   
SadFace

 

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I have worked on some spectacular projects in the past like the British Museum and St pancreas station.


Is that in any way connected to the Liver Building?

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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 11:49:55 PM   
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Adam wins.

So far........


Does he get 13 weeks holiday a year though?


My wife is a teacher so I try to take most of her holidays too. Working for a uni means that I get most of summer off anyway, and what work I do do in that period is as laid back as can be really. But yeah, 13 weeks PAID holiday would be nice. As would the pension (I'll never be able to retire, not that I mind, I love my job).

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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 11:52:20 PM   
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I was also in a moderately successful band a few years ago, and still get royalties from that on a quarterly basis too.


Blazin' Squad? Right, come on, which one are you?





I was thinking maybe it was these guys




Only one of you is right....

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RE: What do you do... - 5/6/2012 11:54:17 PM   
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It's so much better than making fucking coffee, I tell you now.


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RE: What do you do... - 6/6/2012 12:09:27 AM   
Skiba


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Half-man, Half-machine still cracks me up!

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RE: What do you do... - 6/6/2012 12:15:09 AM   
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ORIGINAL: adambatman82

I was also in a moderately successful band a few years ago, and still get royalties from that on a quarterly basis too.


Blazin' Squad? Right, come on, which one are you?





I was thinking maybe it was these guys




Only one of you is right....


You were the white one in Goldie Lookin' Chain, right?

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