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Landmark Capital, of course, Money Monday. He would normally be here today, but he and his wife had COVID for a couple of weeks. He's got a really bad case and COVID pneumonia at this point. So we need to pray for him. If you've listened to the show for any period of time, you know David, you know his heart, you know he's our brother in Christ. He's a good friend.

He's a great supporter of this show. And we praise the Lord because somebody that listens to this show, who's become friends and a client of his, was able to bring some additional medical assistance to bear. And that's a huge praise, but let's just pray for them now and then we'll keep going. Father God, I just want to lift up our brother David to you.

Thank you that Marianne's doing so much better, his wife. And Lord, you know everything. He's faced death before and not that long ago because of his heart. And Lord, he was quick to give you all the glory for that.

And he shared that here on the air many times. And we thank you for those answered prayers in the affirmative and how you intervened. And Lord, we ask again for David, who's just been a great steward of his gifts and a great blessing to the body of Christ, Lord, that you would heal him. Lord, help that the medications and the help he's getting will heal him.

But we pray even aside from all of that. You'll just touch his body even this afternoon out there in Arizona. Lord, touch his body.

Touch this pneumonia. Just heal him of this COVID pneumonia that he has and get this COVID nightmare out of his body and out of his system. We pray for continued healing for his wife and Lord that you would just watch over his business and all the things that they have to deal with whilst being sick. And Lord, we just pray for them as we do for every other family that's really been hurt by this pandemic. And we ask all that in the powerful name of Jesus.

Amen. OK, thanks, everybody. OK, so here we go. So now we got Biden out there. OK, so this all happened last Thursday and I'm like losing my mind and praise the Lord that I was out of town. So this I've been reading so many things ever since Biden attacks opponents in speech on the United Nations to fight virus.

Right. So he's got all this stuff in here, repeatedly demonized tens of millions of Americans who have not yet been vaccinated, saying that many in the country were frustrated with them. You know, we're running out of patience.

I'm like, who's we? This is a pandemic of the unvaccinated, he said. His approval ratings have plunged into the 30s, right, because it's just one train wreck after another. Biden claimed that a distinct minority of Americans are causing a lot of damage and are keeping us from turning the corner. Biden said that his mandate is not about people's freedom or personal choice, really, and that he is enacting an emergency rule to require all employers with 100 or more employees that together employ over 80 million workers to ensure their workforces are fully vaccinated or show a negative test at least once a week. At times, Biden seemed to contradict himself, bizarrely claiming at one point that he was going to protect vaccinated workers from unvaccinated coworkers, only to later claim that, as the science makes clear, if you're fully vaccinated, you're highly protected from severe illness, even if you get COVID-19. And my message to unvaccinated Americans is this, he said, what more is there to wait for?

What more do you need to see? We've made vaccinations free, safe and convenient. Biden said. We've been patient, but our patience is wearing thin and your refusal has cost all of us, has cost all of us, he said. So condescending, in my humble opinion, remarkably condescending, remarkably arrogant, remarkable executive overreach. And then the work around is through OSHA.

So how do we do this? We're going to use OSHA, Occupational Safety Hazard Administration, to come in and come after you if you have 100 plus employees. By the way, there's six million businesses in America. One hundred and fifty six thousand of those six million have 100 plus employees.

How they came up with the 80 million people in that in that range, I don't know. But for those of you that have less than 100 employees, relax. And you run your business according to your decisions with your board or whoever's involved. But that if you're less than 100 employees, which is the overwhelming majority of the six million businesses in America, only one hundred and fifty six thousand have one hundred or more, then just blow them off if that's what you want to do. But you're not under that mandate, at least not yet.

So he comes out with all that stuff. And then several governors, a lot of red state governors, there's going to be lawsuits all over the place. Don't don't be surprised if you see Hobby Lobby back in the news telling the government to take a flying leap.

And one of the things they can do through OSHA is like a fourteen thousand dollar fine occurrence. So DeSantis comes out, of course, slams Biden for ignoring natural immunity, which I want to talk about, because you can't talk about that. Because natural immunity, while being a great science, is not good political science. Natural immunity removes any power, any influence, any money, any anything from the halls of government and from Pfizer and from Moderna and from Johnson and Johnson, from a school board. Natural immunity removes power from everybody because that originated not in Washington, D.C., but in the mind of our creator.

Praise Jesus. Right. So so there's DeSantis talking about the natural immunity takes aim at President Biden.

These mandates is not about science, he said during a press conference, because if it was about science, you would recognize the infection conferred immunity, meaning you've had it. So now your body kicks in. Thank you, Lord. And you have a certain amount of ability to fight off that same thing in the future.

How long does that last? We don't know yet. But let's go to the let's go to the videotape, shall we? This was Fauci on CNN and CNN, praise the Lord, asked him about natural immunity. This is the number one guy in the country, allegedly on the issue with the natural immunity, which, by the way, isn't a 21st century discovery. And have you heard how he handled it?

Listen to Fauci, number one guy. Number one guy in America on covid, allegedly. And this is how he talks about natural immunity.

Hit it. And just real quickly, there was a study that came out of Israel about natural immunity. And basically the headline was that natural immunity provides a lot of protection, even better than the vaccines alone.

What are people to make of that? So so as we talk about vaccine mandates, I get calls all the time. People say I've already had covid. I'm protected. And now the study says maybe even more protected than the vaccine alone. Should they also get the vaccine?

How do you make the case to them? You know, that's a really good point, Sanjay. I don't have a really firm answer for you on that. That's something that we're going to have to discuss regarding the durability of the response. The one thing the paper from Israel didn't tell you is whether or not as high as the protection is with natural infection. What's the durability compared to the durability of a vaccine?

So it is conceivable that you got infected, you're protected, but you may not be protected for an indefinite period of time. So I think that is something that we need to sit down and discuss seriously, because you very appropriately pointed out it is an issue. And there could be an argument for saying what you said. Wow.

Wow. We're only on kids below the age of 20. It is an issue and there could be an argument. This is the basis of vaccinations in the first place.

Inoculation goes all the way back to the 1700s and even before that. And so and so, well, I hadn't really thought about that. That's a really good question.

We need to look into 18 months later. OK, well, that is utterly ridiculous. It's utterly sophomoric. It's unintelligent unless this isn't about science.

If it's about political science, then of course you're not going to talk about it because it doesn't do it. It doesn't give Fauci the sense that he's like the giant Simon says, and he says, go to the right. And 330 million people go to the right and go to the left and 330 million people go to the left, which is going to get to anybody Christian or not in terms of your pride. Right. Because you're that powerful. Power corrupts. Absolute power corrupts. Absolutely. Lord Acton said.

And he was right. So you got to get you got to understand that. Right.

But natural immunity, 18 months in. Yeah, that's a good question. That's a good point. Yeah, we need to look at that. But, you know, how long does that last? And now he's going to talk about it 18 months later, which he didn't bring up.

CNN brought it up. The whole thing stinks. It just stinks. We'll be right back. To be honest.

Welcome back, Steve Noble, The Steve Noble Show. Just trying to listen. I'm like you. I think in a lot of ways. Just trying to kind of work through the numbers here, work through what we're being told. Not dismissing the severity of covid and how it just has destroyed people's lives in many different ways and screwed up.

You're taking care of your parents, whatever the situation is. That's all real. There's been terrible things that have happened and tragic stories.

Right. But you don't you don't take tragic stories here and there relative to 330 million people in this country and then turn that into policy. So let's talk about our kids right now. Mass kids, jab kids.

We've got to get them down to 12. We've got to get all these students vaccinated. We've got to vaccinate all the teachers. OK, that that's happening all over the country. And that's certainly what Fauci and the federal government want. I guarantee you they want every student vaccinated.

Every student. Kindergarten on. Now, why?

Why? Because since under 18 and under since March of last year, March of 2020. Sadly, tragically, horrifically, they've been four hundred and twelve deaths from covid.

Let's just assume that's all real. Four hundred and twelve deaths from covid 18 and under since March of 2020. That's four hundred and twelve out of six hundred and forty three, almost six hundred and forty four thousand. That's point zero six percent. OK, so why would you why would you create a national mandate, a national policy? And then here's what they're going to do. They're going to use Title nine money.

Wait, it's coming. They're going to use Title nine money to just manipulate and say, well, if you don't do this for the good of the country, then we can't support you. We're going to pull federal funding.

They're going to use all that kind of stuff. That's exactly what Biden's doing right now. So you don't make a national policy for 18 and under when they only represent point zero six percent of all deaths and covid, because it's not a horrendous problem. You've got bigger numbers that have died from the flu in a bad flu season amongst that age range.

Then from covid, I didn't just make a comparison for everybody on the flu. I'm just talking about 18 and under. Let's keep going under 30, 30 and under since March of last year. Three thousand four hundred fifty five deaths.

Every one of them tragic, heartbreaking. But that's only five percent of the total five percent. So do you make a huge national policy for five percent of the total?

That doesn't make sense. Pay attention to it. Yes. Warning.

Yes. Tell the individual. Most likely you've got a ninety eight ninety nine point nine percent chance of survival if you get it.

But for a few, it can be deadly. How many? Three thousand four hundred fifty five out of how many?

Mm hmm. About one hundred million. OK, so those numbers are really tiny. But like I've started saying last year in April, we brought an atom bomb to a knife fight. So if you look at deaths, 65 and over on covid, these are just raw numbers from the CDC, Facebook fact checkers, 65 and over.

Five hundred and two thousand eight hundred sixty three. That represents a full 78 percent of all covid deaths in America since March of 2020 have been in the 65 and over. Why are we not focusing just about all of our efforts or at least 78 percent of our efforts on them?

That would be science as opposed to political science. Now, back to natural immunity. Did you know in the in the United Kingdom, 98, they believe 98 percent of their population has been exposed, according to blood testing.

They're not asking their kids over there, by the way. Ninety eight percent have been exposed. The study I saw recently is about 80 percent of Americans they think were being exposed and then they come out and now Biden's doing the mandate.

Right. Except, of course, if you're Congress, you don't have to. December 2020, last year, Joe Biden said the following quote. No, I don't think it should be mandatory. I wouldn't demand it to be mandatory, but I would do everything in my power, just like I don't think masks have to be made mandatory nationwide. I'll do everything in my power as president of the United States to encourage people to do the right thing. And when they do it, demonstrate that it matters. December 2020, last year, Biden.

No, not mandatory. Same time frame. Nancy Pelosi. So here's the thing.

Direct quote. We cannot require someone to be vaccinated. That's just not what we can do.

It is a matter of privacy to know who or who isn't. Now, all of a sudden. Throw that out the door because we're talking political science. Who else was against mandating vaccines? Not just Joe Biden, his vice president, Kamala Harris, not just Nancy Pelosi, but Fauci.

So what's what's what's going on here? Right. And now, of course, Congress is exempted from Biden's covid-19 vaccine mandate. The order applies only to employees of the executive branch and does not apply to the legislative or judicial branches of government, the White House confirmed. In April, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Congress couldn't mandate the vaccine among members and that it was a matter of privacy. In early August, she signaled she would be open to mandating the vaccine once it was granted full approval by the Food and Drug Administration. But she has not appeared to have revisited the issue since Pfizer's vaccine was approved late last month. So this is just Biden using OSHA.

This is a workaround, which one of his own people are like, oh, this is the ultimate workaround. The guy retweeted it. Oops. Appreciate the honesty. OK, so what's actually going on out there?

And then you have the U.S. Surgeon General. This is all scary stuff to me. I'm not operating out of spirit of fear, love, power, sound mind. That's me.

Hopefully that's you, Christian. This is just trying to be honest, trying to understand what's going on here. Government overreach. Yes. Power. Yes.

Drunk on power. Sure looks that way. Surgeon General, you asked to monitor really whether vaccine exemptions are being used properly.

This is a direct quote. Unfortunately, as a country, he said, Murphy, we have we have experience in dealing with exemptions, but we've got to be vigilant there and make sure that people are using them, you know, in the spirit that they're intended and not abusing them or asking for exemptions when they don't apply. That's what he told CNN State of the Union.

That's an area that we continue to monitor in the days and weeks ahead. Really? Are you comfortable with the federal government monitoring tens of millions of people's exemption reasons, especially if they're based on a deeply held religious conviction? Isn't that a problem?

Isn't it? Texas Governor Greg Abbott labeled the mandate an assault to private businesses. Quote, I issued an executive order protecting Texans rights to choose whether they get the covid vaccine and added it to special session agenda. He tweeted, Texas is already working to halt this power grab.

Murphy, back to the surgeon general, said that he does, quote unquote, respect that people, quote, have a variety of opinions, unquote, on some measures, including the vaccine mandate that the government has enacted to try and fight the virus. But he insists that businesses have welcomed those measures. Quote, a lot of businesses are actually relieved that these are going into place, Murphy argued.

Now, we've heard a lot of feedback from the Business Roundtable and others. That's like the sign in the window that says best cheeseburgers in America. Right. You've seen those best cheeseburger, best coffee, best cherry pie.

Best meatloaf. I'm always like, how do you know that? How can you make that claim? You can't. Right. You can't make that claim. That's impossible. You can't say that. All right. Somebody mentioned earlier on Facebook Live hospitalizations. But hold on a second.

There's good news. OK, let me go back. Sorry, I'm all over the place. Just follow along.

If you can follow the bouncing ball. All right. Daily new cases. This is, which pulls everything from the CDC and the World Health Organization.

OK, so I'm just giving them I'm just saying, OK, I'm just going to choose to believe everything I get from the WHO and the CDC in this case. OK, so you look at daily new cases. It was really bad late last year, beginning of this year.

So if you look at January 7th, for example, of this year, two hundred eighty thousand new cases on January 8th, three hundred and four thousand. Then it came down, plummeted. Right.

We got down to like ten thousand, twelve thousand back in June and July. Then it starts spiking up because of the Delta variant. Right. So now they're still talking about the Delta variant and everything is going south and the whole thing's collapsing.

That's why we need mandates. We're all going to die. So the Delta thing comes in. So now we go spiking back up again. And as of August 27th, that was the highest new spike at one hundred ninety six thousand. Here's the good news. Since August 27th, the curve has been going back down.

You're on the other side of the top of the roller coaster and it's coming back down. OK, praise the Lord. That's good. That's without the vaccine mandate and what's going on in a lot of other places like New York. Well, Steve, Steve, what about daily deaths? I'm glad you asked. If you go look back in January and December, they got way high.

All right. One of the worst days I can find. January 12th, daily deaths, four thousand four hundred eighty nine.

We peaked with the Delta variant on September 8th, one thousand eight hundred eighty seven. And it looks like that was near the top. And it looks like the curve is folding over. Right. So you're but that new cases, death follows new cases by a couple of weeks. All right. So what you're going to see, because you can already see it start to flatten out towards the top. Right. Just like, you know, when you're going up, up, up, up, up and you're getting to the top of the roller coaster and you had the best view. And then now, you know, on the other side, you're going to come down, down, down, down, down.

And that's what it looks like is happening. So why are we flipping out? Why the mandate?

Why the draconian stuff? Could it be that it's all political science and not actual science and then hospitalizations? OK, I'm gonna hit the break here. But this just came out literally two forty nine p.m. Eastern time today in a place I would not expect to see this in the Atlantic. Not exactly a bastion of conservative anti-Biden thought. OK. Are pandemic hospitalization numbers misleading us? What? A new study suggests that almost half of those hospitalized with covid-19 have mild or asymptomatic cases. Look, look, look.

So many people in the hospital with covid. Yeah, but half of those aren't serious. Does that matter? It matters if you're dealing with science and facts. If you're dealing with political science, it's not helpful. So ignore it.

We'll be right back. Just trying to help you think that's it. What you do with the information I share. That's your deal.

That's not mine. And you could blow me off as I'm just an anti-vaxxer jerk, which I'm not. I'm not an anti-vaxxer.

I'm a baby. Caution. Caution. Hello. Caution.

Danger, Will Robinson. Maybe because all we have is about 15 or 16 months of post vaccine data. That's all we have. MRA has been around for 10 years. I know that I get it.

I understand. But you cannot refute the fact that all we have is about 15 or 16 months of post vaccine data when normally we have four or five, six, seven years before they go to this extent and start vaccinating everybody. So and then all the political stuff, the political science versus the real science. Nobody wants to talk about natural immunity. I played that clip earlier from Dr. Fauci on CNN when they asked him about natural immunity. He acts like, oh, that's a novel idea. We need to look into that.

And some some stuff from Israel. Yeah, but we don't know how long that lasts. Dr. Fauci, how long has natural immunity been around, sir? And he's probably an older Darwinian evolutionist. How long has that been around, sir?

Well, pretty much wouldn't you have to say like, I don't know, a few million years? Yes. Then how is this new information? It's not. But natural immunity gives Biden, Fauci, the NIH, the CDC, governors, mayors, school board members, gives them no power. There's no power. There's no opportunity there for mankind to manipulate people.

None. Which is why they're not talking about it, my humble opinion. OK, our pandemic hospitalization numbers misleading us.

This was in the Atlantic, just came out this afternoon. At least 12000 Americans have already died from COVID-19 this month as the country inches through its latest surge in cases. But another worrying statistic is often cited to depict the dangers of this moment. The number of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 in the United States right now is as high as it's been since the beginning of February. It's even worse in certain places. Some states, including Arkansas and Oregon, recently saw their COVID hospitalizations rise to higher levels than at any stage prior in the pandemic.

But how much do those latter figures really tell us? OK, so this is you hear that all the time, right? Hospitalizations going up, they're getting too crowded. We can't deliver babies here anymore because the COVID things take. And the assumption is they're full of people that have really bad bouts of COVID. Right. That's the assumption.

Otherwise, there's no power in it. But in the article, a new nationwide study of hospitalization records released as a preprint today suggests that the meaning of this gauge can easily be misinterpreted and that it's been shifting over time. If you want to make sense of the number of COVID hospitalizations at any given time, you need to know. Wait for it. How sick each patient actually is. Wow.

Thank you for your honesty. Until now, that's been almost impossible to suss out. The federal government requires hospitals to report every patient who tests positive for COVID. Yet the overall tallies of COVID hospitalizations, this is in the Atlantic today, made available on various state and federal dashboards and widely reported by the media, do not differentiate based on severity of illness. Some patients need extensive medical intervention, such as getting intubated.

Others require supplemental oxygen or administration of the steroid dexamethasone. But there are many COVID patients in the hospitals with fairly mild symptoms, too, who have been admitted for further observations on account of their patients in this comorbidities or because they reported feeling short of breath. Another portion of the patients in this tally are in the hospital for something unrelated to COVID and discovered that they were infected only because they were tested upon admission.

The authors of the paper out this week took a different tack to answer a similar question. This time for adults, they went through VA records. So that's not completely representative, but it is important. The study found that from March 2020 through early January 2021, the proportion of patients with mild or asymptomatic disease was 36%. Even last year, 36% of all COVID patients in the hospital, according to this study, had mild symptoms. From mid-January through the end of June 2021, however, that number rose to 58%. In other words, the study suggests that roughly half of all the hospitalized patients showing up on COVID data dashboards in 2021 may have been admitted for another reason entirely or only had a mild presentation of disease. Huh.

Imagine that. But the study also demonstrates that hospitalization rates for COVID, as cited by journalists and policymakers, can be misleading if not considered carefully. Clearly, many patients right now are seriously ill. We also know that overcrowding of hospitals by COVID patients with even mild illness can have negative implications for patients in need of other care. At the same time, this is in the Atlantic today, this study suggests that COVID hospitalization tallies can't be taken as a simple measure of the prevalence of severe or even moderate disease because they might inflate the true numbers by a factor of two. Quote, as we look to shift from cases to hospitalizations as a metric to drive policy and assess level of risk to a community or state or country, Doran told me, the author, we should refine the definition of hospitalization.

Those patients who are there with rather than from COVID don't belong in the metric. Boom. Yet another problem in the puzzle.

Right. Yet another one. And so that's where there's so many here.

There's so many things. This is like a giant piece of Swiss cheese and there's holes all over the place. Now, some of that is due to the relative newness of this whole thing, although we put the full strength of the federal government, Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson behind this and blast it out. I mean, remarkably. A vaccine literally in months, never done before.

Remarkable. So don't you think we should have the same veracity when it comes to the amount of data? Let that data drive policy. No, no, no. That's science. So all this, we're just following the science. Every time I hear that now, I just throw up in my mouth.

I'm like, no, no, you're not. You won't even talk about natural immunity. You won't even talk about survivability rates. You won't even mention the fact that 78 percent of all covid deaths are in 65 plus 65 and over age group. And as we're messing with our kids over and over again, which, yes, I think is child abuse.

And yes, if you serve in any capacity in school boards or whatever, then I think you're complicit in that child abuse if you're voting for these things. When 18 and under since March of 2020, 412 deaths, all tragic. But that's out of 643,858 deaths total, which is point zero six percent. You don't make policy for 70 million kids when only point zero six percent of all deaths even exist in their age range.

Four hundred and twelve out of about 70 million. You don't make policy on that. So this stinks. The whole thing stinks.

Why it stinks. How much of that is the spirit of the age? How much of that is somebody like Fauci or Biden or whatever getting drunk with power, which is entirely possible, if not eminently predictable because of human depravity and sin nature?

Just think about that, honestly, for a second. If I if I had Donald Trump's Twitter account when he used to have one and you could push a market, you could sink a Boeing stock. You that kind of power. You don't think you would be tempted to use it? Really?

I can tell you right now, I would. I'm tempted to push buttons on my social media, on my Facebook radio page. It's not massive. There's like one hundred five thousand people on there. But I'm like, oh, look at that one.

That reached twenty four thousand people. Wow. Wow.

Let me reach back here and pat myself on the back. And I'm some little peon. You don't think somebody with Fauci's amount of power and reach and impact is going to get drunk on that a little bit?

Of course he is. Then there's the author of Lies, Satan himself. There's the spirit of the age. There's fear of death, which is running rampant in people around the world because they don't know Jesus as Lord and Savior.

So they're afraid to die. And you get this whole mess that we're in. By the way, I did share something last week that got a lot of traction. Doug Wilson is I think he's a pastor, uber conservative guy. I don't agree with everything he writes, but I thought this was pretty important to consider. OK, as he's looking at this whole thing, especially with the Biden mandate from last week for all businesses with one hundred plus employees, that you have to get vaccinated or you have to get tested once a week or they're going to hit you with a fourteen thousand dollar fine for each occurrence. So he thinking it's a big setup.

Doug Wilson, here's what he said. So here's what I believe to be our situation. I believe that middle America is being deliberately exasperated in order to provoke an unseemly and gaudy reaction sometime prior to the midterms. In other words, I believe that the ruling elites are picking a fight, trying to provoke unrest and are doing so in order to be able to justify measures that are genuinely repressive. Repressive measures in the aftermath of some big incident could be trumpeted as saving the republic from her enemies. But if they do it without such an incident, the power grab would be just naked and kind of out there. If that reaction finally happens, say a right wing protest at a federal building somewhere turns violent, it will be used as an excuse for emergency measures. Remember, even Bush the other day for his 9-11 said, you know, white supremacy, stuff like that's as big a threat as Al Qaeda and Islamic terrorism.

What? You can have a white supremacist conference, national conference, and probably fit it in a 7-11. Are there out there? Yeah, but these are crazy militia type stuff like that. They're not a huge presence. Are they serious? Yeah. Should we pay attention to them?

Of course. But I'd be a little more worried about Afghanistan, Mr. President. On top of that, the resulting emergency measures will need to be robust enough to alter or delay the results of the midterm, so he's going pretty far afield here.

But it's some things there. Don't take the bait. I think what he's essentially saying is, boy, wouldn't another January 6 come in handy right now for the powers that be? That's legitimate. That's a legitimate concern. Right? If some people, anti-vaxxers, Republicans, Trump types, whatever, did something nutty, could that be used against him?

Well, isn't January 6 being still used against Trump people? Sure it is. And I don't put anything off the table.

Nothing's off the table in these days. We're moving rapidly, I think more rapidly than in my lifetime, towards the end time. The end of the game.

Whether that's in my lifetime or not, I have no idea. But things are definitely speeding up, and so, as a Christian, I hope you're a Christian. Are you operating out of victory or towards victory? Are you operating out of a spirit of fear or love, power, and a sound mind?

Well, most people aren't. So I'm going to keep trying to bring a sound mind into the conversation. Consider the alternate views. Consider other information, fact-based information, in order to try to make reasonable, wise decisions. I don't need to trumpet the vaccines and stuff. There's enough of that going on in the mainstream media and from the government.

I'm just trying to invite critical thinking. This is Steve Noble on The Steve Noble Show. God willing, I'll talk to you again real soon, and like my dad always used to say, ever forward.
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