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TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« on: October 24, 2011, 11:19:59 PM »
So, yeah. I'll be doing this, and I'll be doing it slightly differently than in the past. The big changes:

1. A special preseason round with season-long questions such as "Which leg is the second non-elimination on?" and "How many Detours contain rhyming task titles?"

2. A revamped answering system which will make it easier to score, to be revealed when the preseason round begins.

3. A revamped bonus point system. Rather than giving away free points, if you're the only person to get a correct answer for a question, you will score double points on the next listed question if you are also correct on it, regardless of how many people get that question correct.

4. Each round will close at NOON Australian Eastern Time (about 9pm US Eastern the day before) on the day an episode airs, to ensure people don't narrowly miss out because the episode starts early.


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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #1 on: October 25, 2011, 07:10:21 AM »
This looks great! :hearts:
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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #2 on: October 26, 2011, 08:46:28 PM »
Sounds good! :hoot:

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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #3 on: October 27, 2011, 09:23:56 PM »
Okay, so. The preseason round will go up later today, but just a couple of clarifications:

1. If there is a TBC, it will be treated as a NEL.

2. The new answering system is simple. Each question will be numbered, and each option will have a letter in front of it. All you have to do is write down the question number and the letter matching your choice. It may take longer to find the questions (you'll have to scroll back rather than copying from the last post), but it's easier and it also means you won't need to write your name twenty times every round. For example, if you think the answers to the first three questions were A, B, and C respctively, your answers would look like this:
1A 2B 3C
Please put the answers next to each other with a space between them, rather than putting each answer on a new line. You do NOT need to copy everyone else's answers.

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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #4 on: October 27, 2011, 09:36:38 PM »
*Joins*

Question, for the pre-season round, like when questions are answered(like maybe a question is "Leg 5.. is it a NEL?") and on Leg 5 we find out, would we receive the points then?
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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #5 on: October 27, 2011, 10:32:09 PM »
The round would be marked at the end of the season, much like the "Who is the winner?" question in the first week of last season's game.

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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #6 on: October 28, 2011, 12:25:54 AM »
This round closes 14 days after the first confirmed day of filming. Scoring will be simple this season - five points per listed option (ie. a four-option question is worth 20 points), unless otherwise stated.

1. The winners are:
A. Two men
B. Two women
C. A man and a woman

2. The teams who finish second and third have a combined age of:
A. 125 or higher
B. 124 or younger

3. The finish line is in:
A. Melbourne or Sydney
B. Another state capital (Adelaide, Brisbane, Hobart, or Perth)
C. A territory capital (Canberra or Darwin)
D. A major regional city (eg. Cairns, Alice Springs, Broome)
E. A small town
F. The middle of nowhere

4. The second non-elimination is in:
A. Leg 2, 3, or 4
B. Leg 5, 6, or 7
C. Leg 8, 9, or 10
D. There are fewer than two non-eliminations

5. How many Road Blocks are performed by more women than men?
A. Two or fewer
B. Three or four
C. Five or more

6. How many legs visit national capital cities (including Canberra)?
A. Four or fewer
B. Five or more

7. How many legs are spent in Asia?
A. Zero
B. One or two
C. Three or four
D. More than four

8. How many legs are spent in North America, South America, and the Caribbean?
A. Zero
B. One or two
C. Three or four
D. More than four

9. Which is crossed first?
A. The Equator
B. The International Date Line
C. The 0 degrees latitude line (the one that passes through Greenwich, England)
D. Both A and either B or C
E. None of them are ever crossed

10. Excluding non-elimination penalties, in which leg is the first penalty given?
A. Leg 1
B. Leg 2
C. Leg 3
D. Leg 4, 5, or 6
E. Leg 7, 8, or 9
F. Leg 10, 11, or 12
G. No other penalties are given

11. The number of Detours with rhyming task titles is:
A. Higher than the number of Detours where both task titles start with the same letter
B. Lower than the number of Detours where both task titles start with the same letter
C. The same as the number of Detours where both task titles start with the same letter (including zero)

12. How many Road Block hints start with "Who's ready..."?
A. Three or fewer
B. Four or five
C. Six or more
D. At least one Road Block hint is not shown

13. Are there any fear-of-heights tasks that are not Road Blocks?
A. Yes
B. No, they are all Road Blocks
C. No, there are none

14. Which is seen first?
A. Fast Forward
B. U-Turn
C. Yield
D. Intersection
E. Speed Bump
F. None is ever seen

15. The "gross food" task happens in:
A. Europe or Africa
B. Asia or Oceania
C. North America or South America
D. There is no such task

16. The "How far have you come?" task:
A. Involves one item from every leg of the race
B. Does not involve one item from every leg
C. Is a metaphor task rather than a memory task
D. There is no such task

17. The total distance travelled is:
A. 60,000 kilometres or higher
B. 59,999 kilometres or lower

18. How many teams are couples?
A. Four or fewer
B. Five or more

19. How many teams are listed with a shared trait (eg. "Farmers", "Surfers", "Models") instead of their actual relationship?
A. Four or fewer
B. Five or more

20. The token parent-child team is:
A. Mother and daughter
B. Mother and son
C. Father and daughter
D. Father and son
E. There is more than one parent-child team
F. There is no parent-child team

21. Are any countries visited that have not yet held a Pit Stop for any other version of The Amazing Race?
A. Yes
B. No

22. Which of the following is present?
A. The Express Pass
B. The Hazard
C. Both
D. Neither

23. Is there a Pit Stop with more than one greeter (including animals)?
A. Yes
B. No

24. How many Road Blocks are puzzles/mental challenges?
A. Zero
B. One or two
C. Three or more

25. Does any racer speak to a local in any language other than English, broken English, or whatever the heck Joey was doing?
A. Yes
B. No

26. How many legs contain overland trips longer than 100 kilometres?
A. Zero
B. One or two
C. Three or four
D. Four or more

27. Is there a leg with a flight or equivalent (long-distance train ride, for example) in the MIDDLE of the leg?
A. Yes
B. No

28. Who is the Mole?
A. Grant

(Sorry, couldn't resist that last one. Take your 5 points and be happy.)
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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #7 on: October 28, 2011, 07:24:24 AM »
Do we list our usernames or what?
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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #8 on: October 28, 2011, 07:33:37 AM »
I'm really sorry but I tried the new answering system and it is painful. Coupled with the most random and obscure questions I have ever seen, doesn't give me a good impression of this game....

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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #9 on: November 01, 2011, 02:21:39 AM »
Hi, this is sounding like a great game and I would like to join in.

My question is: Do we post our answers here in this thread or do we send them to you in a message?
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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #10 on: November 03, 2011, 05:50:42 PM »
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Do we list our usernames or what?

You don't need to, since without having to copy-paste everything only your answers will be in the post, but feel free to.

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My question is: Do we post our answers here in this thread or do we send them to you in a message?

In the thread.

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I'm really sorry but I tried the new answering system and it is painful. Coupled with the most random and obscure questions I have ever seen, doesn't give me a good impression of this game....

I'm willing to take suggestions regarding the answering format between now and during the season.

As for the questions, they're deliberately kind of random in this first round, but will be closer to the questions from the first season's game in the actual episode rounds. I've tried to come up with questions that are at least possible to estimate beforehand without requiring the knowledge of spoilers - given the round started before the race began, it's only fair.

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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #11 on: November 05, 2011, 03:19:16 AM »
I suppose I'll post my answers now if we're allowed to start, even though I might have done better by waiting till the race starts filming:

1C 2B 3B 4B 5B 6B 7C 8B 9D 10C 11A 12A 13A 14B 15A 16B 17B 18B 19A 20E 21A 22A 23A 24C 25A 26C 27A 28A
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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #12 on: November 05, 2011, 06:02:00 AM »
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1. The winners are:
C. A man and a woman

2. The teams who finish second and third have a combined age of:
B. 124 or younger

3. The finish line is in:
B. Another state capital (Adelaide, Brisbane, Hobart, or Perth)

4. The second non-elimination is in:
B. Leg 5, 6, or 7

5. How many Road Blocks are performed by more women than men?
B. Three or four

6. How many legs visit national capital cities (including Canberra)?
A. Four or fewer

7. How many legs are spent in Asia?
C. Three or four

8. How many legs are spent in North America, South America, and the Caribbean?
C. Three or four

9. Which is crossed first?
D. Both A and either B or C

10. Excluding non-elimination penalties, in which leg is the first penalty given?
B. Leg 2

11. The number of Detours with rhyming task titles is:
A. Higher than the number of Detours where both task titles start with the same letter

12. How many Road Block hints start with "Who's ready..."?
B. Four or five

13. Are there any fear-of-heights tasks that are not Road Blocks?
A. Yes

14. Which is seen first?
E. Speed Bump

15. The "gross food" task happens in:
A. Europe or Africa

16. The "How far have you come?" task:
C. Is a metaphor task rather than a memory task

17. The total distance travelled is:
B. 59,999 kilometres or lower

18. How many teams are couples?
A. Four or fewer

19. How many teams are listed with a shared trait (eg. "Farmers", "Surfers", "Models") instead of their actual relationship?
A. Four or fewer

20. The token parent-child team is:
E. There is more than one parent-child team

21. Are any countries visited that have not yet held a Pit Stop for any other version of The Amazing Race?
A. Yes

22. Which of the following is present?
A. The Express Pass

23. Is there a Pit Stop with more than one greeter (including animals)?
A. Yes


24. How many Road Blocks are puzzles/mental challenges?
C. Three or more

25. Does any racer speak to a local in any language other than English, broken English, or whatever the heck Joey was doing?
A. Yes

26. How many legs contain overland trips longer than 100 kilometres?
C. Three or four

27. Is there a leg with a flight or equivalent (long-distance train ride, for example) in the MIDDLE of the leg?
A. Yes

28. Who is the Mole?
A. Grant

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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #13 on: November 05, 2011, 11:40:12 AM »
1C 2A 3B 4A 5B 6A 7B 8C 9A 10A 11A 12D 13A 14B 15B 16B 17A 18A 19A 20B 21B 22A 23A 24B 25A 26C 27A 28A (I love the Mole, I'll take those points :P)

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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #14 on: November 05, 2011, 12:45:30 PM »
1. The winners are:
C. A man and a woman

2. The teams who finish second and third have a combined age of:
A. 125 or higher

3. The finish line is in:
A. Melbourne or Sydney

4. The second non-elimination is in:
B. Leg 5, 6, or 7

5. How many Road Blocks are performed by more women than men?
B. Three or four

6. How many legs visit national capital cities (including Canberra)?
A. Four or fewer

7. How many legs are spent in Asia?
C. Three or four

8. How many legs are spent in North America, South America, and the Caribbean?
B. One or two

9. Which is crossed first?
A. The Equator

10. Excluding non-elimination penalties, in which leg is the first penalty given?
C. Leg 3

11. The number of Detours with rhyming task titles is:
B. Lower than the number of Detours where both task titles start with the same letter

12. How many Road Block hints start with "Who's ready..."?
B. Four or five

13. Are there any fear-of-heights tasks that are not Road Blocks?
A. Yes

14. Which is seen first?
A. Fast Forward

15. The "gross food" task happens in:
A. Europe or Africa

16. The "How far have you come?" task:
B. Does not involve one item from every leg

17. The total distance travelled is:
A. 60,000 kilometres or higher

18. How many teams are couples?
A. Four or fewer

19. How many teams are listed with a shared trait (eg. "Farmers", "Surfers", "Models") instead of their actual relationship?
A. Four or fewer

20. The token parent-child team is:
E. There is more than one parent-child team

21. Are any countries visited that have not yet held a Pit Stop for any other version of The Amazing Race?
A. Yes

22. Which of the following is present?
C. Both

23. Is there a Pit Stop with more than one greeter (including animals)?
A. Yes

24. How many Road Blocks are puzzles/mental challenges?
C. Three or more

25. Does any racer speak to a local in any language other than English, broken English, or whatever the heck Joey was doing?
A. Yes

26. How many legs contain overland trips longer than 100 kilometres?
B. One or two

27. Is there a leg with a flight or equivalent (long-distance train ride, for example) in the MIDDLE of the leg?
B. No

28. Who is the Mole?
A. Grant
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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #15 on: November 05, 2011, 01:05:20 PM »
1. C.   2. A.   3. B.    4. B.   5. B.   6. B.    7. C.   8. B.   9. A.  10. D.   11. B.   12. B.   13. B.  14. E.  15. D.
16. B.    17. B.    18. B.  19. B.    20. C.    21. B.   22. A.   23. A.    24. B.     25. A.    26. B.    27. A.   
28. A.
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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #16 on: November 05, 2011, 01:24:03 PM »
1. The winners are:
C. A man and a woman

2. The teams who finish second and third have a combined age of:
B. 124 or younger

3. The finish line is in:
B. Another state capital (Adelaide, Brisbane, Hobart, or Perth)

4. The second non-elimination is in:
B. Leg 5, 6, or 7

5. How many Road Blocks are performed by more women than men?
A. Two or fewer

6. How many legs visit national capital cities (including Canberra)?
A. Four or fewer

7. How many legs are spent in Asia?
C. Three or four

8. How many legs are spent in North America, South America, and the Caribbean?
B. One or two

9. Which is crossed first?
A. The Equator

10. Excluding non-elimination penalties, in which leg is the first penalty given?
E. Leg 7, 8, or 9

11. The number of Detours with rhyming task titles is:
A. Higher than the number of Detours where both task titles start with the same letter

12. How many Road Block hints start with "Who's ready..."?
A. Three or fewer

13. Are there any fear-of-heights tasks that are not Road Blocks?
A. Yes

14. Which is seen first?
B. U-Turn

15. The "gross food" task happens in:
A. Europe or Africa

16. The "How far have you come?" task:
A. Involves one item from every leg of the race

17. The total distance travelled is:
B. 59,999 kilometres or lower

18. How many teams are couples?
B. Five or more

19. How many teams are listed with a shared trait (eg. "Farmers", "Surfers", "Models") instead of their actual relationship?
A. Four or fewer

20. The token parent-child team is:
A. Mother and daughter

21. Are any countries visited that have not yet held a Pit Stop for any other version of The Amazing Race?
B. No

22. Which of the following is present?
A. The Express Pass

23. Is there a Pit Stop with more than one greeter (including animals)?
A. Yes

24. How many Road Blocks are puzzles/mental challenges?
B. One or two

25. Does any racer speak to a local in any language other than English, broken English, or whatever the heck Joey was doing?
A. Yes

26. How many legs contain overland trips longer than 100 kilometres?
B. One or two

27. Is there a leg with a flight or equivalent (long-distance train ride, for example) in the MIDDLE of the leg?
A. Yes
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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #17 on: November 15, 2011, 03:51:11 AM »
My picks are

1. The winners are:
C. A man and a woman

2. The teams who finish second and third have a combined age of:
B. 124 or younger

3. The finish line is in:
B. Another state capital (Adelaide if i were to guess)

4. The second non-elimination is in:
B. Leg 5, 6, or 7

5. How many Road Blocks are performed by more women than men?
A. Two or fewer

6. How many legs visit national capital cities (including Canberra)?
B. Five or more

7. How many legs are spent in Asia?
C. Three or four

8. How many legs are spent in North America, South America, and the Caribbean?
B. One or two

9. Which is crossed first?
B. The International Date Line

10. Excluding non-elimination penalties, in which leg is the first penalty given?
D. Leg 4, 5, or 6

11. The number of Detours with rhyming task titles is:
A. Higher than the number of Detours where both task titles start with the same letter

12. How many Road Block hints start with "Who's ready..."?
C. Six or more

13. Are there any fear-of-heights tasks that are not Road Blocks?
A. Yes

14. Which is seen first?
D. Intersection

15. The "gross food" task happens in:
C. North America or South America(or if there is this option E.there is more than one food task)

16. The "How far have you come?" task:
A. Involves one item from every leg of the race

17. The total distance travelled is:
A. 60,000 kilometres or higher

18. How many teams are couples?
A. Four or fewer

19. How many teams are listed with a shared trait (eg. "Farmers", "Surfers", "Models") instead of their actual relationship?
A. Four or fewer

20. The token parent-child team is:
E. There is more than one parent-child team

21. Are any countries visited that have not yet held a Pit Stop for any other version of The Amazing Race?
A. Yes

22. Which of the following is present?
A. The Express Pass

23. Is there a Pit Stop with more than one greeter (including animals)?
A. Yes

24. How many Road Blocks are puzzles/mental challenges?
C. Three or more

25. Does any racer speak to a local in any language other than English, broken English, or whatever the heck Joey was doing?
A. Yes

26. How many legs contain overland trips longer than 100 kilometres?
B. One or two

27. Is there a leg with a flight or equivalent (long-distance train ride, for example) in the MIDDLE of the leg?
A. Yes

28. Who is the Mole?
A. Grant
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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #18 on: November 25, 2011, 07:07:47 PM »
I'm guessing this first round closes soon?

Anyway, here are my picks:

1.C   2.B   3.A.  4. C. 5. B   6. B   7. D   8. B   9. A  10. C  11. A  12. C 13. A  14. B  15. B  16. A  17. B  18. A  19. A  20. F  21. B  22. A  23. A  24. C  25. B  26. B  27. B  28. A

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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #19 on: November 28, 2011, 04:13:02 PM »
Correct. The first spoiled day of racing is November 18th, which means this round closes at noon on December 2nd - this Friday.

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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #20 on: December 02, 2011, 04:00:42 PM »
Well then:
1 C 2 B 3 B 4 B 5 A 6 B 7 C 8 B 9 A 10 C 11 C 12 D 13 A 14 E 15 B 16 B 17 A 18 A 19 A 20 E 21 A 22 A 23 A 24 B 25 A 26 B* 27 B 28 Anderson Cooper


* I'm locking in my answer to 26, but I'm wondering if this question means a single distance (Port Elizabeth) or cumulative for the leg (Israel)?

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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #21 on: December 03, 2011, 04:56:02 PM »
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* I'm locking in my answer to 26, but I'm wondering if this question means a single distance (Port Elizabeth) or cumulative for the leg (Israel)?

Single distances. Given the show pretty much doesn't mention distances unless there's a reason to (flying x000 kilometres between countries, or the big drives such as to Masada), there's no way to say for sure otherwise.

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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #22 on: December 04, 2011, 09:47:31 AM »
1. The winners are:
B. Two women

2. The teams who finish second and third have a combined age of:
A. 125 or higher

3. The finish line is in:
A. Melbourne or Sydney

4. The second non-elimination is in:
B. Leg 5, 6, or 7


5. How many Road Blocks are performed by more women than men?
B. Three or four

6. How many legs visit national capital cities (including Canberra)?
B. Five or more

7. How many legs are spent in Asia?
C. Three or four

8. How many legs are spent in North America, South America, and the Caribbean?
D. More than four

9. Which is crossed first?
A. The Equator

10. Excluding non-elimination penalties, in which leg is the first penalty given?
B. Leg 2

11. The number of Detours with rhyming task titles is:
B. Lower than the number of Detours where both task titles start with the same letter

12. How many Road Block hints start with "Who's ready..."?
A. Three or fewer

13. Are there any fear-of-heights tasks that are not Road Blocks?
A. Yes

14. Which is seen first?
E. Speed Bump

15. The "gross food" task happens in:
B. Asia or Oceania

16. The "How far have you come?" task:
A. Involves one item from every leg of the race


17. The total distance travelled is:
A. 60,000 kilometres or higher

18. How many teams are couples?
A. Four or fewer

19. How many teams are listed with a shared trait (eg. "Farmers", "Surfers", "Models") instead of their actual relationship?
A. Four or fewer

20. The token parent-child team is:
C. Father and daughter

21. Are any countries visited that have not yet held a Pit Stop for any other version of The Amazing Race?
A. Yes

22. Which of the following is present?
A. The Express Pass

23. Is there a Pit Stop with more than one greeter (including animals)?
A. Yes

24. How many Road Blocks are puzzles/mental challenges?
C. Three or more

25. Does any racer speak to a local in any language other than English, broken English, or whatever the heck Joey was doing?
A. Yes

26. How many legs contain overland trips longer than 100 kilometres?
B. One or two

27. Is there a leg with a flight or equivalent (long-distance train ride, for example) in the MIDDLE of the leg?
A. Yes

28. Who is the Mole?
A. Grant

Offline Jobby

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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #23 on: December 04, 2011, 09:48:25 AM »
Correct. The first spoiled day of racing is November 18th, which means this round closes at noon on December 2nd - this Friday.

Sorry I got this in late, I barely visit TAR Aust thread these days without the show running. :(

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Re: TAR Australia 2: The Prediction Game
« Reply #24 on: December 06, 2011, 10:34:17 PM »
I'll count it, but from now on this preliminary round is officially CLOSED.


 

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