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Holiday treat in store for you!

December 24, 2014 by bingsierra

When all the holiday parties are over, the scrumptious goodies eaten, the gifts enjoyed and stowed away, the Xmas tree put out at the curb, the New Year ushered in, and the New Year’s resolutions made, there’s one more holiday treat in store! The annual visit of Quickstep to the Cranberry Coffeehouse.

Quickstep, a.k.a. John Kirk, Trish Miller and Ed Lowman, perform at the Cranberry Coffeehouse on Sat., Jan. 17, 2015, 7:30-10 p.m., at the Unitarian-Universalist Congregation of Binghamton, 183 Riverside Dr., Binghamton. Admission is a suggested $8.

John, Trish and Ed entertain with a diverse repertoire of original and traditional music. Leading the way are John and Ed’s fine fiddle selections. John’s warm clear voice, Trish’s clog dancing or banjo playing and Steady Eddie’s singing, yodeling, guitar playing and bass round out the band’s sound. This trio, which has performed at the Cranberry since its inception decades ago, is from Saratoga County, NY, and for many years they’ve played for concerts, dances and workshops.
The group is in the process of recording a new CD with Ed. It will feature old-time music and some songs about living the good life in a rural setting.
Park behind the church or in front (for handicapped access).
The Middle Set is for you! The Cranberry Coffeehouse encourages all musicians, vocalists, storytellers, and dancers to share their talents in the middle set. Middle set performances are limited to 5 minutes.
Contact: email/cranberrycoffeehouse@yahoo.com or phone 607-754-9437 for more information.

United Nations Votes for Process to Create Global Bankruptcy Framework

December 8, 2014 by Advocacy

UN Process Could Limit Default and Stop Predatory Funds

Photography Competition: Call for Entries

November 22, 2014 by pegjohnston

Call for Entries

It’s time to prepare photos for the 4th Bob Johnston Memorial Photography Show and Competition!  We hope once again many fine photographs will be entered.

The show will run from January 2 to 31st, 2015, at Cooperative Gallery, 213 State Street, Binghamton, NY.

The open themed show, sponsored by the Two Rivers Photography Club and Cooperative Gallery, welcomes up to three framed photos per entrant in color or black & white.  Photos, the application form and fee of $10 per photo, must be delivered to the gallery on December 27 or 28 at times listed on the application.  Forms may be obtained at the gallery, downloaded from the TRPC web site (www.2rpc.com), or the gallery’s web site (www.cooperativegallery.com).  Questions not answered by the application form may be directed to Geof Gould at 321-1591 or via email at ggould@binghamton.edu.

Cash prizes go to the top five entries chosen by the show’s judge for this year, Mr. JW Johnston.   Winners will be announced at 7:00 pm, First Friday, January 2 at Cooperative Gallery.  Refreshments will be served.

Bill McKibbon on the US-China Climate Change Deal

November 15, 2014 by pegjohnston

Last night, just weeks after the largest climate mobilization ever, the world's two biggest polluters -- the United States and China -- announced their most ambitious climate action yet. That is not a coincidence: it's a sign that our pressure is working, and that we need to apply much more.

Here's my take on what the just-announced plan from President Obama and Premier Xi is, and isn't:

1) It is historic. John Kerry was right to use the phrase in his New York Times oped announcing the deal: for the first time a developing nation has agreed to eventually limit its emissions. This is a necessity for advancing international climate negotiations.

2) It isn't binding in any way. In effect President Obama is writing an IOU to be cashed by future presidents and Congresses (and Xi is doing the same for future Politburos). If they take the actions to meet the targets, then it's meaningful, but for now it's a paper promise. And since physics is uninterested in spin, all the hard work lies ahead.

3) It is proof -- if any more was needed -- that renewable energy is ready to go. The Chinese say they'll be using clean sources to get 20% of their energy by 2030 -- which is not just possible, it should be easy. Which they know because they've revolutionized the production of solar energy, driving down the cost of panels by 90% or more in the last decade.

4) It is not remotely enough to keep us out of climate trouble. We've increased the temperature less than a degree and that's been enough to melt enormous quantities of ice, not to mention set the weather on berserk. So this plan to let the increase more than double is folly -- though it is good to see that the two sides have at least agreed not to undermine the 2 degrees Celsius warming target, the one tiny achievement of the 2009 Copenhagen conference fiasco.

5) It is a good way to put pressure on other nations. I've just come back from India, which has worked hard to avoid any targets of any sort. But the lesson from this pact is, actual world leaders at least need to demonstrate they're talking about climate; it makes the lead-up to the global negotiations in Paris next year more interesting.

6) It is a reason projects like Keystone XL and fracking make even less sense than ever. If President Obama is serious about meeting these kinds of targets, then we need serious steps; the surest way to undermine this commitment would be to approve new pipelines or authorize other new fossil fuel developments like fracking. If you pledge sobriety and then buy a keg of beer, people are going to wonder.

7) It is another reminder that it is past time to divest from fossil fuels. The burgeoning divestment movement has been arguing not just on moral grounds, but also making the point that the future will inevitably lead to a downsloping curve for the old energies. This is another warning -- for anyone who looks more than a few quarters out, the writing is on the wall that the fossil fuel era is on its way out.

8) It's not, in any way, a stretch goal. These numbers are easy -- if you were really being cynical, you could say they're trying to carefully manage a slow retreat from fossil fuels instead of really putting carbon on the run. The Germans, for instance, will be moving in on 60% of their energy from clean sources by the mid-2020s, when we'll still be cutting carbon emissions by small increments.

9) It is -- and this is the real key -- a reminder that movements work. President Obama first endorsed the 80 percent by 2050 goal he enshrined in this pact when he was running for president in 2007, a week after 1,400 demonstrations around the nation demanded that goal. This comes seven weeks after by far the largest global climate demonstrations in history, and amidst ongoing unrest in China about the filthy air in its cities.

10) It isn't, in other words, a reason to slack off one bit in the ongoing fight for a livable climate, a fight we must continue at all cost. If we want this to be a start, and not a finish, we've got to build even bigger and more powerful movements that push the successors of these gentlemen to meet what science demands.

Today is an achievement for everyone who's held a banner, signed a petition, and gone to jail -- and a call for many more to join us going forward!

Thank you so much for everything you've done, and for everything you will do next.

Debt Payments Dwarf Reconstruction Aid on Philippine's Typhoon Haiyan Anniversary

November 10, 2014 by Advocacy

Religious, Development and Environmental Groups Petition World Bank for Debt Relief

FINAL BROOME COUNTY BUDGET PUBLIC HEARING

November 8, 2014 by activ60

Come to the Press Conference Thurs, Nov 13 at 4:30 pm and Public Hearing at 5 pm, BC Office Bldg SPEAK UP !

From wicz.com
(Republican Blockade defeats amendments.)

GARNAR PROPOSED WHAT HE CALLED A BARE BONES MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC--ASKING TO BUDGET 200,000 DOLLARS TO KEEP 3 OR 4 SOCIAL WORKERS ON STAFF TO AVOID LENGTHY WAITING LISTS. THAT MOTION WAS ALSO VOTED DOWN..

"It's really not the right way to conduct government in my opinion, this is a big policy decision. We have run a clinic like this for 40 years. It's a policy decision that the legislature should have been brought into and we weren't," said Daniel D. Reynolds, District 4 Broome County District Legislator.

"Raises were given out to non-union staff. They were 1 percent raises and you got some of these people making $30,000 to $35,000 and it just doesn't seem fair that somebody making $30,000 gets a 1 percent raise while somebody making $100,000 gets a 10 percent raise," Garnar said. So a stipend reward of $8,000 to the Mental Health Commissioner, how does that grab you?

Majority Leader Marinich states he got a mandate on Nov 4 to continue cuts.

YOU REALLY NEED TO BE THERE TO SEE THE PROCESS - MY, MY, THE DOUBLESPEAK AND HYPOCRISY!

International Monetary Fund Releases Plans to Stop Predatory Hedge Funds

October 6, 2014 by Advocacy

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) released new proposals for preventing predatory hedge funds and hold-out investors from blocking debt restructurings. The paper proposes a series of reforms to debt contracts, including strengthened collective action clauses and a modification of the pari passu clause that hold-out hedge funds used to sue Argentina.

"In the wake of debt restructurings in Argentina and Greece, the IMF is incredibly concerned about vulture funds," stated Eric LeCompte, the Executive Director of the religious anti-poverty coalition, Jubilee USA Network. "The IMF is advocating a market approach, but we also need a statutory approach. We need to change both the contracts and the laws."

The reforms would not apply to existing sovereign bonds. The IMF proposal states that there may be a need for action on those bonds as well if the precedent set in Argentina vs. NML begins to impact other countries. The paper comes on the heels of a similar August proposal by the International Capital Market Association to deter disruptive predatory and hold-out behavior. The primary difference between the two proposals is that the IMF paper does not promote establishing creditor committees to reach agreements in the event of disputes.

"It's important that the IMF acknowledges a market approach might not be enough. This suggested approach would need to be comprehensive and won't have an impact for decades," said LeCompte, who serves on United Nations expert groups that seek to tackle these problems.

International Monetary Fund Releases Plans to Stop Predatory Hedge Funds

October 6, 2014 by Advocacy

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) released new proposals for preventing predatory hedge funds and hold-out investors from blocking debt restructurings. The paper proposes a series of reforms to debt contracts, including strengthened collective action clauses and a modification of the pari passu clause that hold-out hedge funds used to sue Argentina.

"In the wake of debt restructurings in Argentina and Greece, the IMF is incredibly concerned about vulture funds," stated Eric LeCompte, the Executive Director of the religious anti-poverty coalition, Jubilee USA Network. "The IMF is advocating a market approach, but we also need a statutory approach. We need to change both the contracts and the laws."

The reforms would not apply to existing sovereign bonds. The IMF proposal states that there may be a need for action on those bonds as well if the precedent set in Argentina vs. NML begins to impact other countries. The paper comes on the heels of a similar August proposal by the International Capital Market Association to deter disruptive predatory and hold-out behavior. The primary difference between the two proposals is that the IMF paper does not promote establishing creditor committees to reach agreements in the event of disputes.

"It's important that the IMF acknowledges a market approach might not be enough. This suggested approach would need to be comprehensive and won't have an impact for decades," said LeCompte, who serves on United Nations expert groups that seek to tackle these problems.

Vote Smart Could Transform Voting Decisions

September 25, 2014 by pegjohnston

 

Citizens have got to know about Project Vote Smart, a non-partisan group of students and volunteers from all over the country who have put together a massive factual database on politicians.

Vote Smart gathers the voting records, biographies, public statements (issue or even key word searchable), issue positions, who gives candidates money, even the ratings done by over 200 competing special interests on every candidate and official. They make it so you don’t need to listen to all the self-serving nonsense of campaigns anymore.

You can get just the facts on Vote Smart's web site (votesmart.org) or even call them on their toll-free Voter’s Research Hotline (1-888-VOTE-SMART) and one of their researchers will look up anything you need to know.

UN Votes for Process to Enact Bankruptcy Treaty and Stop Vulture Funds

September 9, 2014 by Advocacy

 The UN General Assembly passed a historic resolution to begin treaty negotiations to enact a global bankruptcy process and stop predatory hedge funds. The resolution passed by a super-majority vote of 124-11 with 41 abstentions. The US voted no along with 10 other countries. The bankruptcy process could make it more difficult for hold-out investors to block countries from debt restructuring and could limit future defaults.

"The strong majority vote shows how powerful the global consensus is to stop predatory financial behavior," noted Eric LeCompte, Executive Director of the religious debt relief organization, Jubilee USA. "If we are going to solve what global leaders believe is the root cause of inequality, we need a bankruptcy system in place." LeCompte serves on UN expert groups working to create an international bankruptcy process.

Adam Smith, founder of modern economics, argued in favor of a sovereign country bankruptcy process. The United Nations resolution passed in the wake of Argentina's legal dispute with hold-out investors and predatory hedge funds. During today's session of the UN General Assembly the United States government argued that there needs to be more stability in the global financial system and an end to predatory behavior. However, the US government was one of a handful of countries who voted against the resolution while defending a market-based solution.

"The United States has led for 15 years on debt relief and has been a powerful voice against predatory behavior," said LeCompte. "I along with the entire faith community is so deeply saddened that the US government voted against our debt relief efforts. Our leaders failed us today."

Jubilee USA Network is an alliance of more than 75 US organizations, 400 faith communities and 50 Jubilee global partners. Jubilee's mission is to build an economy that serves, protects and promotes participation of the most vulnerable. Jubilee USA has won critical global financial reforms and more than $130 billion in debt relief to benefit the world's poorest people. www.jubileeusa.org

SPEAK UP FOR BC MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC

September 9, 2014 by activ60

Will you join with one of the 10 percent of the 550 people on Save Our Clinic Facebook who
support keeping the BC MH Clinic to write an editorial?

Sharpen those pencils. Your letter is needed.

Concerned Parents & Community Rally In Solidarity with Ferguson, MO

September 8, 2014 by Zalasith

P.L.O.T (Progressive Leaders Of Tomorrow)
C.R.C.C. (Confronting Racism Coordinating Committee)
Name: Cory Ray
Email: coryray.endeavor@gmail.com
Phone: 607-226-3437

Press Release
For Immediate Release

Concerned Parents & Community Rally In Solidarity with Ferguson, MO
Residents Call For Responsible Policing and Better After-School Options

Binghamton, NY - On Saturday, September 6, at 3pm, concerned parents and community members gathered at Columbus Park in Binghamton, to stand in solidarity with the peaceful protesters in Ferguson, MO, whose actions have sparked a national conversation on racial inequality and police brutality. Locally, community members are also concerned about the increasing presence of police in schools and decreasing funding for afterschool programs. Residents gathered today to:

• Issue concerns to the Binghamton School District regarding Student Resource Officers in the schools.
o “Increased police presence in our schools does not achieve the stated goal of improving safety. To achieve a school climate in which all students and staff feel safe and comfortable to learn and grow, we should continue providing faculty with training and opportunities to solve conflicts and constructively manage student’s needs throughout the day.”
- Korin Kirk, Binghamton Resident

• Marched to City Hall to issue a list of demands to Mayor Rich David and the City Council and to Police Chief Joe Zikuski.

o “Violent crime has been falling, which means that the ratcheting up of law enforcement often leads to police overreach and harassment in our communities. We must track and document each stop police make, and invest in uniform cameras to help create a culture of accountability.
-Cory Ray, Binghamton Community Member

o “Today we are here to make a bold demand: that every kid in Binghamton be entitled to free after school and summer programming.”
-Andy Pragacz – Binghamton University PhD student currently researching jails in upstate New York

• Continued on to Peacemaker’s Stage for a community speak-out on issues of concern, as well as publicizing resources and activities that offer support to residents affected by these issues.

Opportunities for Involvement with Justice Issues:

Community Attitudes towards Law Enforcement Survey - Binghamton University Research Project
Become a surveyor and travel the neighborhood collecting stories and data from residents about their experiences with Law Enforcement.
Contact: Dr. Sean Massey 607-245-9740
Email: Smassey@Binghamton.edu

Volunteer or Intern with The Boys and Girls Club:
Supervise and engage with children attending various after school programs at the Boys and Girls Club.
Contact: Kymel Yard 1-718-710-0286
Email: Volunteerbgc@gmail.com

Progressive Leaders of Tomorrow [PLOT]
Learn organizing skills, how to create actions and exert pressure on public officials, or even run for office!
Contact: Cory Ray 607-226-3437
Email: CoryRay.Endeavor@gmail.com

School Board Meetings
These meetings are open to the public and are held every third tuesday at 7 p.m. in the 3rd Floor Board Room, Columbus School, 164 Hawley Street, Binghamton, NY. It is a good place to express concerns and learn about the inner-workings of our schools!
Contact: District Clerk Sanya Brown 762-8100 Extension : 319
Email: Browns@BinghamtonSchools.org

City Council Meetings
These Meetings are also open to the public, they are held usually every tuesday, with a public work session on mondays. City Council Meetings take place in the Council Chambers in Binghamton City Hall at 38 Hawley Street. For more information, you can visit www.binghamton-ny.gov/departments/city-council/city-council
Contact: City Hall (607) 772-7021

This event was organized in conjunction with nation-wide rallies in solidarity with the residents of Ferguson, MO, called the National Moment of Silence 2014, in memory of Michael Brown and all other victims of police brutality.

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UN Vote Tuesday Could Create Global Bankruptcy Process, Deter Predatory Funds

September 8, 2014 by Advocacy

The UN General Assembly votes Tuesday at 3pm (EDT) on a resolution that could create a global bankruptcy mechanism. Such a process could protect poor countries from predatory funds and limit future defaults. Jubilee USA's leadership, a group of religious leaders and financial experts sent a letter to United States UN Ambassador Samantha Power urging her to support the resolution.

"There's global consensus to stop predatory behavior," noted Eric LeCompte, Jubilee USA's Executive Director who signed the letter. "This resolution is an opportunity to turn consensus into action. A process could begin that allows us to challenge inequality and have real stability." LeCompte serves on UN expert groups developing a sovereign debt resolution process.

The resolution comes in the wake of Argentina's legal dispute with predatory hedge funds and hold-out investors. During the course of that dispute, the International Monetary Fund, US Government, United Nations and World Bank all expressed concern that a legal victory for predatory funds would make debt restructurings more difficult. The UN action also follows a proposal from the International Capital Market Association to alter debt rules to curb predatory behavior.

Jubilee USA Network is an alliance of more than 75 US organizations, 400 faith communities and 50 Jubilee global partners. Jubilee's mission is to build an economy that serves, protects and promotes participation of the most vulnerable. Jubilee USA has won critical global financial reforms and more than $130 billion in debt relief to benefit the world's poorest people. www.jubileeusa.org

UN Vote Tuesday Could Create Global Bankruptcy Process, Deter Predatory Funds

September 8, 2014 by Advocacy

The UN General Assembly votes Tuesday at 3pm (EDT) on a resolution that could create a global bankruptcy mechanism. Such a process could protect poor countries from predatory funds and limit future defaults. Jubilee USA's leadership, a group of religious leaders and financial experts sent a letter to United States UN Ambassador Samantha Power urging her to support the resolution.

"There's global consensus to stop predatory behavior," noted Eric LeCompte, Jubilee USA's Executive Director who signed the letter. "This resolution is an opportunity to turn consensus into action. A process could begin that allows us to challenge inequality and have real stability." LeCompte serves on UN expert groups developing a sovereign debt resolution process.

The resolution comes in the wake of Argentina's legal dispute with predatory hedge funds and hold-out investors. During the course of that dispute, the International Monetary Fund, US Government, United Nations and World Bank all expressed concern that a legal victory for predatory funds would make debt restructurings more difficult. The UN action also follows a proposal from the International Capital Market Association to alter debt rules to curb predatory behavior.

Jubilee USA Network is an alliance of more than 75 US organizations, 400 faith communities and 50 Jubilee global partners. Jubilee's mission is to build an economy that serves, protects and promotes participation of the most vulnerable. Jubilee USA has won critical global financial reforms and more than $130 billion in debt relief to benefit the world's poorest people. www.jubileeusa.org

UN Treaty Could Enact Global Bankruptcy Process and Stop Predatory Funds Jubilee USA Urges and Prays for US Support

September 4, 2014 by Advocacy

The UN General Assembly votes Tuesday on a convention that could enact a global bankruptcy process and stop predatory hedge funds. Bolivia proposed the resolution that if voted upon is expected to pass by a majority. The executive board officers of Jubilee USA sent United States UN Ambassador Samantha Power a letter urging her to support the resolution. Jubilee's 400 US faith communities are holding the Ambassador in prayer as she prepares to vote.

THE LAST STAND for MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC

August 19, 2014 by activ60

THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, be there at 4:30pm at the Broome County Office Building for
a press conference and stay to STAND UP for mental health services before the vote
at 5 pm, sixth floor. YOU are needed to literally back up over 800 people who signed
petitions and facebook in support.

SHAME on Broome County for not having a public hearing.

Sierra Club Looks at NYS Energy Plan

August 19, 2014 by bingsierra

The Susquehanna Chapter of Sierra Club presents "An Environmental Review of the Draft NYS Energy Policy" by Consulting Engineer Andre LaClair at its first fall meeting on Tues., Sept. 16. LaClair, Broome County Environmental Management Council Co-Vice Chair and Chair of Fenton’s Conservation Advisory Committee, will recommend strategies to promote environmental health and stewardship of energy resources and to incorporate the global warming potential of different energy sources into New York State’s energy portfolio.
The Susquehanna Chapter of the Sierra Club meets at 7:30 p.m. on Tues., September 16 at Central United Methodist Church, 17 Nanticoke Ave., Endicott. The meeting is open to the public. For more information, contact Scott Lauffer at: lauffer.scott@gmail.com.

PAY YOUR WAY, OR ELSE - The Axe

August 6, 2014 by activ60

Who came up with the idea that the BC Mental Health Clinic should pay for itself?
One could write a book about the inherent stigma within that idea. But that is the
Mantra given to the county therapists by the MH Commissioner; that they have to pay for their benefits and salary.
They have to generate enough income. Truth is they are at over 83% average productivity with some at 99%.
Does the Public Works dept do that? Do you pay a toll on your road for the pavement?
Does the Office of Management & Budget, Elections, Environmental Mgmt,
Info Technology, depts., etc totally pay for themselves?
NO, the legislature chooses the priorities of where your tax dollar is spent.
This is really about the underinsured, UNinsured, reduced insurance reimbursement and reduced state and federal funding. So why take it out on the workers and the clients?
“Mental pain is less dramatic than physical pain, but it is more common and also more hard to bear.” C. S. Lewis.
That is why the mentally ill of Broome County deserve a fair share of your dollar.

Argentina Braces For Default

July 29, 2014 by Advocacy

 Argentina is likely to default barring a last-minute breakthrough in negotiations with hold-outs or a court order. Argentina's grace period to pay bonds restructured after its 2001 default expires July 30th. United States District Judge Thomas Griesa ruled Argentina cannot pay the 92% of restructured bond holders unless Argentina also pays hold-out predatory hedge funds in full.

"Argentina is hours from default," said Eric LeCompte, Executive Director of the religious financial reform organization, Jubilee USA Network. "At this point, a deal seems unlikely. Argentina may decide that the cost of default is less than the cost of compliance."

Representatives from Argentina and the hedge fund, NML Capital, continue to meet with court-appointed mediator Daniel Pollack in an attempt to negotiate a settlement.

"At issue in the court's ruling is the question of parity," shared LeCompte. "The International Monetary Fund and the US Justice Department argue that the hold-outs should be paid the same amount that the 92% of restructured bond holders agreed to be paid."

The International Monetary Fund noted that the court's ruling could make it more difficult for countries to restructure their debts by making it more attractive for creditors to hold-out. The US government filed a brief on behalf of Argentina before the US Circuit Court of Appeals, arguing that a ruling in favor of the hold-out creditors would harm core US debt policy. The US government also argued that a ruling against Argentina might harm New York's standing as a global financial center as countries seek to sign debt contracts elsewhere to avoid the precedent set by this case. In June, the US Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal on the case. The court ruling could also impact related cases in New York concerning Grenada and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

"The impact of this case is global," said LeCompte, who serves on expert groups related to the case at the United Nations. "Argentina is the first victim from the court's ruling. It looks like Grenada and the Democratic Republic of Congo may be the next victims."

Read a history and timeline of the case.

Read Jubilee's USA's filing urging the Supreme Court to take case.

Jubilee USA Network is an alliance of more than 75 US organizations, 400 faith communities and 50 Jubilee global partners. Jubilee's mission is to build an economy that serves, protects and promotes participation of the most vulnerable. Jubilee USA has won critical global financial reforms and more than $130 billion in debt relief to benefit the world's poorest people. www.jubileeusa.org

BROOME COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC

June 17, 2014 by activ60

Thurs 4:30pm Save BC Clinic PRESS CONFERENCE
Hawley St in front of the County Office Bldg

Thurs 5:00 pm ATTEND THE BC LEGISLATIVE MEETING
6th Floor BC Office Bldg - Roll up your sign(no sticks) and be a presence.
Continue the Momentum !!!

Thurs 6:00 pm PIZZA and Share and Care Meeting
At CSEA Office 33 W. State St, Corner of State & Hawley, next to Dillinger’s.
RSVP, please confirm for either or both Wed or Thurs to:
Karen: 1-800-342-4146 X 1302

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