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MORE PSYCHIATRIC STUPIDITY: THE GERIATRIC DEPRESSION SCREENING SCALE!!!

 

THIS QUESTIONAIRE “WILL” DETERMINE WHETHER YOU ARE OLD AND DEPRESSED???

 

Geriatric Depression Scale (short form)

 

Tools may be copied without permission Instructions: Circle the answer that best describes how you felt over the past week.

 

  1. Are you basically satisfied with your life? yes no
  2. Have you dropped many of your activities and interests? yes no
  3. Do you feel that your life is empty? yes no
  4. Do you often get bored? yes no
  5. Are you in good spirits most of the time? yes no
  6. Are you afraid that something bad is going to happen to you? yes no
  7. Do you feel happy most of the time? yes no
  8. Do you often feel helpless? yes no
  9. Do you prefer to stay at home, rather than going out and doing things? yes no
  10. Do you feel that you have more problems with memory than most? yes no
  11. Do you think it is wonderful to be alive now? yes no
  12. Do you feel worthless the way you are now? yes no
  13. Do you feel full of energy? yes no
  14. Do you feel that your situation is hopeless? yes no
  15. Do you think that most people are better off than you are? yes no

Total Score_____

 

It was discovered that the long 30 question geriatric screening scale was a little confusing to patients so a shorter 15 question test is now administered to determine whether you have geriatric depression. So let’s analyze it.

 

My first objection is that the questionnaire only covers the prior week and a truly depressed human is depressed over several months and not just one week. Vagueness and inaccurate questioning is my main objection.

 

The question “have you dropped many of your activities and interests” does not answer the question over how long a period of time did you drop them? If it was over a five year period then this can be normal aging and if over a week’s time then it may be due to a physical accident which incapacitated you. MANY does not quantify the answer since to some humans many means three or more and to others it means 10 or more so losing interest in 3 things may be considered normal and losing interest in 10 things highly abnormal.

 

What in the world does “EMPTY life” mean? Does it mean that you are doing nothing at all and just eating and sleeping or does empty mean that you feel that your life no longer has an important purpose or goal to pursue? If you are just eating and sleeping then you may have a serious motivation problem but if it is empty because you feel that you have no purpose in life but just to exist then this is just normal aging, especially if your offspring are grown, your spouse has died, and you feel that you have no one to take care of or goals to reach. it’s not a sign of depression.

 

“OFTEN get bored” does not answer how often a week you get bored and with what you are bored? If you are a channel switcher and get bored watching uninteresting stuff on the TV then you could say that you are often bored or perhaps a hundred times a week. If you get bored cleaning the house, preparing meals, exercising, washing the dishes, listening to the radio, or watching TV then this is just a normal human reaction to doing mundane boring repetitive actions and may not mean that you are depressed.

 

“Being afraid that something bad is going to happen to you” is normal for old humans who know they can probably die at any minute. The real question to ask is are you obsessed with fear frequently throughout the week or is it just a general fear that you have which maybe just surfaces once or twice a week. If you are obsessed with fear then that is paranoia and not necessarily depression and if you fear for your life or are in fear of falling or in fear of a physical injury then that is normal precaution taking and definitely not a sign of depression. Unanswered is the question of WHAT bad thing do you think is going to happen to you? If there is a list of 5 or 10 bad things which you constantly fear then there may be a serious coping problem but not necessarily depression.

 

“Often feel helpless” does not differentiate between feeling helpless every time you would have to walk and have to use the wheelchair instead and an obsession of helplessness since you have to spend most of the time in bed due to some handicap or incapacity. Once again WHAT you feel helpless about is a more accurate and important question than just asking about a general helpless feeling. Helplessness is a normal part of aging when your physical and mental abilities are in decline and not necessarily a sign of depression.

 

“Do you prefer to stay at home and not going out and doing things?” This is a normal desire in the age of the smart phone and internet where you can surf the internet and entertain yourself on the computer. There no longer is a great need to go out and do things so if you prefer to stay at home then this is not necessarily a sign of depression but just a fact of the modern day world.

 

Feeling that you have “more problems with memory than most” is not a sign of depression but merely stating a fact that you may have the onset of Altzheimers, dementia, or some other mental illness. Not asked is a more important question and that is do your memory problems cause you extreme stress or do you feel that you can handle the disability?

 

Feeling worthless and hopeless about your situation in life is not a sign of depression but a fact of life for the elderly with little responsibility and geriatric illnesses such as joint and back pains which don’t seem to go away or get any better.

 

“Thinking that most humans are better off than you” is not an uncommon conclusion, especially if you are on limited social security income with high medical bills and barely making ends meet. Thinking and feeling bad about your situation in life is not a sign of depression but a fact of life which you have to cope with to the best of your ability.

 

The remaining 6 of the 15 questions try to probe your optimism, happiness, and general satisfaction with life at the present time and are not in any way signs of depression but rather indications that you may not be depressed at all.

 

My serious objection is also the yes or no format of answering which is extreme behavioral opposites or basically having to say that you always feel that way with a yes or that you never feel that way with a no. Your feelings come and go and have a certain frequency of existence so you can’t say that you always feel worthless, hopeless, fearful, or bored or say that you never feel worthless, hopeless, fearful, or bored. Knowing the frequency of the feelings, their duration, their intensity, and what those feelings are about is important to know accurately and this questionnaire simply does not meet that necessary standard for credibility.

 

Conclusion:

The extreme vagueness and inaccuracy of this questionnaire in no way can be considered to be an objective evaluation of geriatric depression. Frequency, duration, intensity, and pinpointing what specifically you are talking about is not covered in the questionnaire. It is impossible to tell whether you are even depressed and if you are there is no clue whether you are chronically depressed, severely depressed, normally depressed, or mildly depressed!!!

Is the incidence of depression and medication for it going through the roof? Yes. And the main reason is incompetent psychiatrists doing subjective seat of the pants diagnosis with idiotic questioning which not only appears in print but is even more pronounced and dysfunctional in the psychiatric office environment of personal questioning.

 

DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A GERIATRIC DEPRESSION SCREENING SCALE: A PRELIMINARY REPORT

JEROME A. YESAVAGE, T. L. BRINK Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University of Medicine, Stanford, CA 94305, U.S.A. TERENCE L. ROSE Veteran’s Administration Medical Center, Palo Alto, CA 94304, U.S.A. OWEN LLJM Geriatric Treatment Team, Santa Clara County Mental Health VIRWNIA HUAKC;, MKHA~L ADFY and VON OTTO LEIRER Veteran’s Administration Medical Center, Palo Alto, CA 94304, U.S.A. (Received 25 January 1982; revised 28 June 1982)

THE GERIATRIC DEPRESSION SCALE

Choose the best answer for how you felt over the past week and answer yes or no

 

Are you basically satisfied with your life?

Have you dropped many of your activities and interests?

Do you feel that your life is empty?

Do you often get bored?

Are you hopeful about the future?

Are you bothered by thoughts you can’t get out of your head?

Are you in good spirits most of the time?

Are you afraid that something bad is going to happen to you?

Do you feel happy most of the time?

Do you often feel helpless?

Do you often get restless and fidgety?

Do you prefer to stay at home, rather than going out and doing new things?

Do you frequently worry about the future?

Do you feel you have more problems with memory than most?

Do you think it is wonderful to be alive now?

Do you often feel downhearted and blue?

Do you feel pretty worthless the way you are now?

Do you worry a lot about the past?

Do you find life very exciting?

Is it hard for you to get started on new projects?

Do you feel full of energy?

Do you feel that your situation is hopeless?

Do you think that most people are better off than you are?

Do you frequently get upset over little things?

Do you frequently feel like crying?

Do you have trouble concentrating?

Do you enjoy getting up in the morning?

Do you prefer to avoid social gatherings?

Is it easy for you to make decisions?

Is your mind as clear as it used to be?

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THE TRUTH ABOUT PSYCHIATRY+

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Historically about 2 to 3% of the population was diagnosed with mental illness. Today the number is approaching 25% of the population in the US with some kind of mental disorder. The list of behavioral disorders or great deviation from the norm is almost endless with attempts made to even include manic compulsive shopping disorders. Deviate greatly from normative behavior and you can be classified into a psychiatric vaguely defined disorder or mental illness to be treated with drugs and the list keeps growing every time that the new psychiatric manual is updated and comes out.

The real solution to most supposed mental illnesses is a healthy diet of food and drink, getting some moderate exercise, getting off addictions to illegal and legal drugs, changing to a less stressful job, associating with better non addicted moral friends, ending dysfunctional marriages, reading and researching self improvement info, doing some volunteer work for a non profit organization to escape loneliness, and trying to lead a more purposeful constructive life without the live for today and do what feels good mentality.

Instead psychiatrists have an instant solution or pill for all your problems, get you addicted to drugs with terrible side effects which mess up your mind even more, and with the major drug companies laugh all the way to the bank.

Psychiatry has become an immoral scam of pill pushing not doing anything positive about reforming society but making problems worse for most individuals who seek counseling in a desperate attempt to make their dysfunctional lives function better. Psychiatrists should be doing the work of historical priests, rabbis, mullahs, etc. giving realistic advice on how to live a proper healthy moral life instead of giving pill advice which is no advice or guidance at all.

I have utter contempt for the psychiatric “profession” and wonder when humans will finally wake up to the scam and start seeking help elsewhere for their dysfunctional lives.

Feel depressed? We have a happy pill for that which will elevate your mood. Feel hyper? We have a pill for that too to calm you down. Stop taking the pill for a while and you have worse or more depression or more hyper behavior because the drugs alter brain chemistry and addict your brain to the medication.

If you have insomnia the pills actually are glorified sleeping pills and when you stop taking them your insomnia gets worse and you start suffering from all the mental symptoms of prolonged sleep deprivation which can really start making you behave in crazy ways with hallucinations, incoherent thoughts, and other mental delusions.

Sure a very small percentage of the population do have very severe mental illness which makes them unable to function properly in society and they have to be medicated but definitely not close to the 25 % of the population today.

If you are classified mentally ill and are on medication then chances are about 7 out of 8 that you are royally being screwed over by the psychiatrist.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT NARCISSISM+

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Narcissism: n. excessively preoccupied with oneself mostly erotically and/or in one’s physical appearance

Psychology and psychiatry has tried to define narcissism as a personality disorder using vague analogies and badly defined words to describe the supposed personality disorder.

Narcissists believe the world revolves around them is another way of saying that a human feels that the world exists to benefit them personally. They supposedly like to be the center of attention in extreme ways and can’t empathize that well with others. Well most of us probably at some point have wanted to be the center of attention and many can’t empathize that much with other humans. Should we call ourselves closet narcissists?

Narcissists by definition are humans with exceptionally good looks and sexual appeal who are trying to use those gifted attributes to their advantage. If they are a little cocky at times, manipulative, selfish, and think highly of themselves then that is not a sign of extreme personality disorder but merely a sign that they are trying to make the best of their assets to benefit themselves.

Narcissists supposedly really feel insecure about themselves and their real ability but this is only true if they are not very smart and talented also and are just trying to make it in this world on their good looks alone.

Psychiatry would classify many attractive celebrities with an inflated ego or inflated sense of selfworth as humans with a narcissistic personality disorder. Many seem to act like the world revolves around them with many having human entourages that follow them around and try their best to cater to the celebrity’s every whim and wish.

A disorder should by definition be an extreme and someone who is extremely cocky, extremely manipulative, extremely selfish, and extremely attractive. This would be a delusional human barely able to function in the real world. Narcissistic personality disorder is a myth perpetuated on the gullible public by charlatans who don’t accurately define what they are talking about and try to play the role of know it all Godlike “professionals”.

There is a PSYCHIATRIC PERSONALITY DISORDER which is fallible humans trying to make disorders out of human personalities which don’t exist in real life or are conditions so rare that they are inconsequential and not worth talking about!

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AN EXAMPLE OF A RETURN TO BASICS IN PSYCHIATRY AND NOT PUSHING PILLS OR DRUGS!!!

Mental-Disorders

I am pleased to see that a return to basics or healthy organic eating, drinking, moderate exercise, sleeping naturally, and living healthy lifestyles is being shown as a realistic alternative to pill popping of psychiatric drugs for a majority of so called sick patients with bipolar disorder. This advice should go much further and be propagandized as a potential cure for most depressions, anxiety disorders, and other vaguely defined psychiatric behavioral not chemical “disorders” unless you are talking about insufficient good chemical food nutrients and too many bad chemical food ingredients which can cause metabolic imbalances and impaired natural mental functioning.

Using artificial drugs or natural drugs in too great a quantity or for too long then you are also messing with your metabolism with a high potential for inefficient brain functioning.

This puts the responsibility of living well right back into your lap, puts much of the historical blame to a large extent on bad psychiatric advice and drugs, and reinforces the importance of the basic four priorities in life which is healthy varied nutritious organic food, healthy drinks, moderate exercise, and enough natural sleep.

What the article doesn’t say is that being honest, sincere, dependable, trustworthy, competent, somewhat caring, and faithful will improve your bad social lifestyle. Good social interaction is also important for many and is something which many don’t have. Many socially stress unnecessarily without knowing how to make improvements in relationships and suffer much mental anguish.

Yes, parents and bad role models are largely to blame for dysfunctional social lifestyles which can’t be changed overnight but even here with enough self-control, determination, and proper guidance and encouragement you can make some constructive progress even as spoiled adults. Proper guidance and encouragement takes much time, energy, and money after a crisis so don’t wait for a miracle to happen in your life because proper guidance and encouragement is reserved for the financially well off in this society. You may have to live with a shitty personality but you can be a healthy shitty personality if you don’t ignore the four basics of healthy living and it is almost a guarantee that you will have almost no health crises in your life other than injurious accidents.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-pamela-peeke/bipolar-disorder_b_5578079.html

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SOME THOUGHTS ON BIPOLAR DISORDER

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Lenore brown suffers from diagnosed bipolar disorder and tries to give advice based on personal experience and acquired book knowledge.

The truth is that bipolar disorder is NOT a CHEMICAL IMBALANCE in the brain but taking psychiatric medications will cause chemical imbalances or side effects in the brain which will frequently make the symptoms worse than before, especially if you decide to discontinue the medications after an initial exposure to them.  Switching or stopping medication taking will probably cause more trouble sleeping and your high and low moods will be amplified causing you to desperately seek more and different medications to quell the bad side effects.

Conclusion:

There is NO CURE for bipolar disorder and to reduce the bad symptoms naturally you should first try getting regular sleep hours, getting off addictive alcohol or drugs, start healthy eating and living, get moderate exercise, get a second doctor opinion on the bipolar diagnosis, get doctor or group therapy, read self-help books, and get support from caring friends and relatives before getting hooked on brain altering medication.

You probably really need radical behavior modification therapy OR NEW AND BETTER COPING SKILLS and not brain changing psychotic artificial chemicals. You need to naturally rewire the neural networks in the brain with new behavior neural networks which will to some extent suppress but not necessarily cure your bad emotional symptoms.

Unless you have become an insomniac and your emotional control is so poor that it is seriously affecting your work performance and relationships with other humans, then don’t start taking addictive psychiatric drugs which are unnatural sedatives and mood enhancers which will really screw up the natural brain functioning which you have left.

Almost all psychiatrists are pill pushers trying to get you hooked as patients and are not really interested in spending their usually profitable time teaching you the unprofitable necessary new coping skills which you really need to deal with your messed up emotional state!!!!!!

Managing or reducing the effects of bipolar symptoms takes a lifetime of tough ongoing personal effort. Medication should only be used a last resort in very severe cases.

 

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MORE EVIDENCE THAT PSYCHIATRISTS ARE DRUG PUSHERS MISDIAGNOSING ADHD!!!!!!

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9% of school aged children are diagnosed with ADHD in the United States. Only .5% are diagnosed in France and the numbers are significantly less in other European nations. Good nutrition and good parenting styles are the probable reasons why ADHD is so low in France. American offspring need better parenting and better food not drugs with bad side effects!!!!!!

The same can also be probably said for misdiagnosis of bipolar disorder, depression, schizophrenia, and other “mental illnesses” where popping a pill is the answer and not healthy eating and radical behavior modification to cure what is frequently a bad dysfunctional lifestyle and not mental illness but merely a bad deviation from normative behavior.’’

Here is the proof in psychologytoday.com.

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/suffer-the-children/201203/why-french-kids-dont-have-adhd

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THE FRAUDULENT STUPIDITY OF PSYCHIATRIC BIPOLAR QUESTIONNAIRES CAUSING BIASED MISDIAGNOSING!!!

Doctor and young woman patient talking to each other.

Read this questionnaire and then find out why most psychiatrists are non-scientific quacks who don’t know what they are talking about and should be shut down as a valid profession in society except in the drug treatment of violent offenders in jail.

Not only is the included 12 question questionnaire unscientific because it doesn’t accurately determine the frequency of the behaviors mentioned or how many times a day, week, or month the behavior exists but it is subject to extreme bias if the answerer lies and answers “very much” on all the 12 questions.

This questionnaire is definitely not proof that someone has a bipolar personality disorder and is the reason why so many relatively normal humans are misdiagnosed as needing drug treatment for mere social deviance from normative behavior.

It is obvious that there is an emotional problem if you intensely cry and laugh five to ten times a day, or if you can’t concentrate on your work because of intense emotional feelings existing five to ten times a day which pop into your head spontaneously and then just as quickly subsides and this goes on for weeks at a time. The questionnaire does not determine if this is the case.

If your very intense emotions are interfering with the quality and quantity of your work and you are on the verge of being fired then you may not need a sedative drug but a new line of work instead. The questionnaire does not determine if this is the case.

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Bipolar Screening Quiz

By Ivan Goldberg, M.D.

Use this brief, time-saving questionnaire to help you determine
if you may need to see a mental health professional for diagnosis
and treatment of bipolar disorder. 

Instructions: The items below refer to how you have felt and behaved over much of your life. If you have usually been one way, and have recently changed, your responses should reflect how you have usually been. In order for the results of this quiz to be most accurate, you should be 18 or older and have had at least one episode of depression.

(What in the world does ONE episode of depression mean? That you had a very bad day on the job and got nothing done so you felt depressed!)

Top of Form

I am a  year old Female / Male

1. At times I am much more talkative or speak much faster than usual.

Not at all
Just a little
Somewhat
Moderately
Quite a lot
Very much

How frequently does this happen? Once a day, week, or month because we are all more talkative depending on the circumstances. What in the world does “at times” mean? At times I am very much talkative. Aren’t we all at times very much talkative?

 

2. There have been times when I was much more active or did many more things than usual.

Not at all
Just a little
Somewhat
Moderately
Quite a lot
Very much

 

How many times have you done more things than usual? Once a day, week, or month because we all are more active some days than others. There “have been times” when I have been “very much” more active. Haven’t we all!

 

 

3. I get into moods where I feel very ‘speeded-up’ or irritable.

Not at all
Just a little
Somewhat
Moderately
Quite a lot
Very much

 

How many times have you felt more irritable? Once a day, week, or month because we all have more irritable times some days than others. I get into moods when I am very much irritable when I am trying to do something important and someone is constantly interfering.

 

4. There have been times when I have felt both high (elated) and low (depressed) at the same time.

Not at all
Just a little
Somewhat
Moderately
Quite a lot
Very much

 

This is impossible biologically to have two moods at the same time so this question should be totally eliminated from the questionnaire!

 

5. I have been much more interested in sex than usual.

Not at all
Just a little
Somewhat
Moderately
Quite a lot
Very much

 

When we get hot over the opposite sex we are very much more interested in sex and it is a symptom of normal people not illness. This question is irrelevant!

 

6. My self-confidence ranges from great self-doubt to equally great overconfidence.

Not at all
Just a little
Somewhat
Moderately
Quite a lot
Very much

How many times have we been more confident than at other times when we feel no doubt? We all frequently  experience great self-doubt when we don’t know what to do and have great doubt about the outcome.

It depends on the circumstances and is not a symptom of illness. Once again, do you feel that way once a day, week, or month?

 

 

Bipolar Screening Test
Part 2

Instructions: Continue to answer the questions below describing how you have felt and behaved over much of your life. If you have usually been one way, and have recently changed, your responses should reflect how you have usually been.

Top of Form

7. There have been GREAT variations in the quantity or quality of my work.

Not at all
Just a little
Somewhat
Moderately
Quite a lot
Very much

 

How many times has the quality or quantity of your work changed? Once a day, week, or month because we all have experienced bad work days and good ones the next. If you do have erratic work habits then it is a result of an inability to concentrate and the question should be asked about ability to concentrate on the work and not the indirect question which this is.

 

8. For no apparent reason I sometimes have been VERY angry or hostile.

Not at all
Just a little
Somewhat
Moderately
Quite a lot
Very much

 

We all feel very angry or hostile “sometimes” when confronted with rude or bad people in our lives so this is definitely not a sign of illness.

 

9. I have periods of mental dullness and other periods of very creative thinking.

Not at all
Just a little
Somewhat
Moderately
Quite a lot
Very much

 

Creative thinking is rare in people so being mentally dull is the fate of most people. Once again, how frequently does this swing from mental dullness occur? Once a day, week, or month?

 

10. At times I am greatly interested in being with people and at other times I just want to be left alone with my thoughts.

Not at all
Just a little
Somewhat
Moderately
Quite a lot
Very much

 

We all are interested in being with people sometimes when we feel lonely and at other times we just want to be left alone. It is not a sign of mental illness.

 

11. I have had periods of great optimism and other periods of equally great pessimism.

Not at all
Just a little
Somewhat
Moderately
Quite a lot
Very much

 

When confronted with hope of success we are all optimistic and greatly pessimistic when the odds seem to be against us. Once again does this happen once a day, week, or month?  It is definitely not a sign of mental illness!!! And most people don’t swing from intense optimism to intense pessimism in one day because we usually don’t do enough things to feel optimistic or pessimistic about on a daily basis.

 

12. I have had periods of tearfulness and crying and other times when I laugh and joke excessively.

Not at all
Just a little
Somewhat
Moderately
Quite a lot
Very much

We all are tearful when confronted with emotional disaster in our lives and laugh and joke excessively when we are happy and having a good time. How often do we vary from unhappiness to happiness all depends on what we are doing. Does it happen once a day, week, or year? Or does it happen 20 times a day?

 

Psychiatry is not a science and it shows its stupidity in the way that it analyzes non-violent mental illness and then pumps you full of drugs with terrible side effects and withdrawal symptoms. If you are non-violent and diagnosed with mental illness don’t take any drugs and ask for therapy instead or you will be hooked or addicted to terrible drugs for the rest of your life.

 

HISTORICALLY THE MYTHICAL PSYCHIATRIC PROFESSION WAS DESIGNED TO TAKE OUT DEVIANT BEHAVIOR FROM SOCIETY AND INCARCERATE NON VIOLENT SOCIAL DEVIANTS!!!

I have no respect and not the slightest admiration for the fraudulent drug pushing psychiatric “profession” which is screwing around with human lives and making them worse not better in most cases.

Patients should be undergoing radical behavior modification which teaches them to eat healthy, get moderate exercise, acquire new useful skills, and how to interact healthily with other humans. Most need radical reeducation and have to start doing things in life which don’t make them “crazy” or “mentally ill”. Mood altering drugs with devastating side effects are not the answer in about 95% of all cases!!!!!!

If you are an alcoholic or drug abuser who can’t find purpose in life then you will not find it in a shrink but need to connect with purpose driven moral individuals. Where do you find such humans? They are rare in this relativistic immoral society so you are probably out of luck unless you read more of my blogs, some of which have the answers to your problems.

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