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Posted: 6/22/2016 1:58:05 PM EDT
I'm on the run chaps. Dont tell the guards, I've heard they shoot on sight. Or on site if they show up at your front door.

I've signed the lease on my new place. I'm given notice to my old. The moving truck is reserved. Aint nothing for it but to ride it out for the next 3 weeks, then its viva la fuck you Cali. To be fair here though I'm not leaving due to the latest round of gun retardation. While thats certainly icing on the cake my migration plans started back in Christmas. I could see the writing on the wall in regards to housing costs.

More than anything I've getting priced out of Cali, or at least the Bay Area where I currently live. The wife and I decided if we have to put our life in a truck we may as well go somewhere we want to rather than just to the next town down the road to find more affordable housing. So that settled in.

Come next month we are headed up to Washington state. Cant say I wont miss Cali, but can say I sure as hell am excited to get some place with a lower cost of living, lower tax rates and better gun laws!
Link Posted: 6/22/2016 1:59:05 PM EDT
Yeah, I'm jelly. Still stuck here.

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Link Posted: 6/22/2016 1:59:33 PM EDT
So, you are moving from liberal commie state to another...
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I'm very, very fortunate in my arrangement that I'm able to move. A lot of people dont have much choice in the matter. I know that all too well. I certainly wont judge those who cant leave, but you do have my sympathies and compassion for having to suffer that much longer. The good news is retard gun laws and high taxes aside, Cali still has a hell of a lot to offer so I think you'll make do.
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Good for you OP. I made the same decision 5 years ago when I left Orange County. If I stayed I would always be struggling, and I probably would have never been able to own a home. I miss California, but whenever I go visit family it always reinforces my decision to never move back. Too damn expensive, and too damn crowded.
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Came here to post this
Link Posted: 6/22/2016 2:03:38 PM EDT
Originally Posted By 2JokersWild:
I'm on the run chaps. Dont tell the guards, I've heard they shoot on sight. Or on site if they show up at your front door.

I've signed the lease on my new place. I'm given notice to my old. The moving truck is reserved. Aint nothing for it but to ride it out for the next 3 weeks, then its viva la fuck you Cali. To be fair here though I'm not leaving due to the latest round of gun retardation. While thats certainly icing on the cake my migration plans started back in Christmas. I could see the writing on the wall in regards to housing costs.


More than anything I've getting priced out of Cali, or at least the Bay Area where I currently live. The wife and I decided if we have to put our life in a truck we may as well go somewhere we want to rather than just to the next town down the road to find more affordable housing. So that settled in.


Come next month we are headed up to Washington state. Cant say I wont miss Cali, but can say I sure as hell am excited to get some place with a lower cost of living, lower tax rates and better gun laws!
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For now.

I wish you luck. Pulled the plug on Kali myself back in April. Now I just gotta find a job...


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So, you are moving from liberal commie state to another...


Came here to post this

Link Posted: 6/22/2016 2:04:32 PM EDT
I would have picked a different state, but good on ya I guess.
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Well, to an islander an oasis is a mere puddle but a desert nomad would still consider it a paradise.....

Eye of the beholder and all that.
Link Posted: 6/22/2016 2:05:05 PM EDT
This is it, don't get scared now.
Link Posted: 6/22/2016 2:05:42 PM EDT
I sold my Concord house 2 weeks ago. Ive been living in NM for a couple of years and dont miss the wingnuts
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Well, to an islander an oasis is a mere puddle but a desert nomad would still consider it a paradise.....


Eye of the beholder and all that.
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So, you are moving from liberal commie state to another...

Well, to an islander an oasis is a mere puddle but a desert nomad would still consider it a paradise.....


Eye of the beholder and all that.



LOL, just stay away from Seattle!
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Shhh! You want more Californians in Ga?
Link Posted: 6/22/2016 2:09:18 PM EDT
Which part of the state? I'm hopping the right side of the mountains :) Let me know when you get up here.
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The wife and I both consider this temporary until the kids are out of high school. I have a lot of family up that way, so it will be good to spend some time there. After the kids are gone (4 years, that'll go fast) it really is skies the limit.

I'm thinking very hard about an overseas assignment. I think I would enjoy doing a few years in Europe or Asia. Of course a lot can change in 4 years so we'll see. Either way, I dont expect Washington to be my final resting spot. I could do Florida though, I'm a bit of a water guy. I would like to do Colorado but I feel thats hopping 1 liberal state to another. (Much like I'm doing now). I've also given thought to Lincoln, Ne of all things. I've seen a few articles regarding it being the next Silicon Valley to some degree. It interested me.

Ne-buuur-ask-a? I dunno, some flat place in the middle of the country with a city that has lots of techies.

Like I said....Skies the limit in 4.
Link Posted: 6/22/2016 2:10:46 PM EDT
Good job! I left 13 yrs ago for better job & cost of living. Most of my wifes & my family are still there.

I miss the ocean, the Sierra's. Being able to snowboard & surf in the same day. But, I will not return. I have a great life here for my kids. I own 10 acres that we live on. I probably would never have been able to do that in California.

Good luck.
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Good decision OP.
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North of Seattle an hour or so. I'm staying the hell away from Seattle as much as I can!
Link Posted: 6/22/2016 2:10:58 PM EDT
Thought for sure you were going to say Denver.
Link Posted: 6/22/2016 2:11:13 PM EDT
Why did you settle on Washington? Got a job lined up? Family? Friends?

And what part of Washington?
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Time to buy some NFA goodies to celebrate

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Lots of family up that way. Mother, aunts, uncles, all of that. I'll be in Skagit county. Burlington area. To expand on a previous statement I made about being fortunate....I have a home office. I get to take my job with me. That puts me at a *huge* advantage when it comes to wanting to move. Usually people have to answer the question of "Where do I want to live" within the context of "Where is my job". My job comes with me. That opens up a whole hell of a lot of options for where to live.

Imagine if when you asked the question "Where do I want to live"....You didnt have to account for your job in that answer? (Outside of needing internet of course)

Where would you live? There are a lot of really, really neat places in the US where a guy could live a long time and be happy.
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Originally Posted By 2JokersWild:
I'm on the run chaps. Dont tell the guards, I've heard they shoot on sight. Or on site if they show up at your front door.

I've signed the lease on my new place. I'm given notice to my old. The moving truck is reserved. Aint nothing for it but to ride it out for the next 3 weeks, then its viva la fuck you Cali. To be fair here though I'm not leaving due to the latest round of gun retardation. While thats certainly icing on the cake my migration plans started back in Christmas. I could see the writing on the wall in regards to housing costs.


More than anything I've getting priced out of Cali, or at least the Bay Area where I currently live. The wife and I decided if we have to put our life in a truck we may as well go somewhere we want to rather than just to the next town down the road to find more affordable housing. So that settled in.


Come next month we are headed up to Washington state. Cant say I wont miss Cali, but can say I sure as hell am excited to get some place with a lower cost of living, lower tax rates and better gun laws!
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Congrat, no more 10% state income tax, stupid gun bans, and much cooler weather.
A few more years for me, picking between UT or AZ.
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Makes me feel crazy for the possibility of moving from Florida, a prized state as far as gun laws are concerned, to Washington state...
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Congrat, no more 10% state income tax, stupid gun bans, and much cooler weather.
A few more years for me, picking between UT or AZ.
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Originally Posted By 2JokersWild:
I'm on the run chaps. Dont tell the guards, I've heard they shoot on sight. Or on site if they show up at your front door.

I've signed the lease on my new place. I'm given notice to my old. The moving truck is reserved. Aint nothing for it but to ride it out for the next 3 weeks, then its viva la fuck you Cali. To be fair here though I'm not leaving due to the latest round of gun retardation. While thats certainly icing on the cake my migration plans started back in Christmas. I could see the writing on the wall in regards to housing costs.


More than anything I've getting priced out of Cali, or at least the Bay Area where I currently live. The wife and I decided if we have to put our life in a truck we may as well go somewhere we want to rather than just to the next town down the road to find more affordable housing. So that settled in.


Come next month we are headed up to Washington state. Cant say I wont miss Cali, but can say I sure as hell am excited to get some place with a lower cost of living, lower tax rates and better gun laws!

Congrat, no more 10% state income tax, stupid gun bans, and much cooler weather.
A few more years for me, picking between UT or AZ.

I'll be getting a raise equivalent to a part time job just in what I avoid in taxes alone. Plus the fact I am literally cutting my rent in half.....Yeah, I'm pretty excited. My wife doesnt work (medical issues) so living in the Bay Area is just a slow economic grind into dust. Its wearing me down more and more every day, and I wont lie when I say no small part of my excitement comes in the economic freedoms we'll have once we move.
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Originally Posted By 2JokersWild:
I'm on the run chaps. Dont tell the guards, I've heard they shoot on sight. Or on site if they show up at your front door.

I've signed the lease on my new place. I'm given notice to my old. The moving truck is reserved. Aint nothing for it but to ride it out for the next 3 weeks, then its viva la fuck you Cali. To be fair here though I'm not leaving due to the latest round of gun retardation. While thats certainly icing on the cake my migration plans started back in Christmas. I could see the writing on the wall in regards to housing costs.


More than anything I've getting priced out of Cali, or at least the Bay Area where I currently live. The wife and I decided if we have to put our life in a truck we may as well go somewhere we want to rather than just to the next town down the road to find more affordable housing. So that settled in.


Come next month we are headed up to Washington state. Cant say I wont miss Cali, but can say I sure as hell am excited to get some place with a lower cost of living, lower tax rates and better gun laws!
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\A perfect use of post # 1911
Link Posted: 6/22/2016 2:22:09 PM EDT
I understand.

I am pretty well rooted in here.......so I don't see myself going anywhere.

But, I understand.

Good luck.
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Originally Posted By 2JokersWild:
I'm on the run chaps. Dont tell the guards, I've heard they shoot on sight. Or on site if they show up at your front door.

I've signed the lease on my new place. I'm given notice to my old. The moving truck is reserved. Aint nothing for it but to ride it out for the next 3 weeks, then its viva la fuck you Cali. To be fair here though I'm not leaving due to the latest round of gun retardation. While thats certainly icing on the cake my migration plans started back in Christmas. I could see the writing on the wall in regards to housing costs.


More than anything I've getting priced out of Cali, or at least the Bay Area where I currently live. The wife and I decided if we have to put our life in a truck we may as well go somewhere we want to rather than just to the next town down the road to find more affordable housing. So that settled in.


Come next month we are headed up to Washington state. Cant say I wont miss Cali, but can say I sure as hell am excited to get some place with a lower cost of living, lower tax rates and better gun laws!
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Congrats. I made the move in 1999 and never looked back.
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Originally Posted By 2JokersWild:
I'm on the run chaps. Dont tell the guards, I've heard they shoot on sight. Or on site if they show up at your front door.

I've signed the lease on my new place. I'm given notice to my old. The moving truck is reserved. Aint nothing for it but to ride it out for the next 3 weeks, then its viva la fuck you Cali. To be fair here though I'm not leaving due to the latest round of gun retardation. While thats certainly icing on the cake my migration plans started back in Christmas. I could see the writing on the wall in regards to housing costs.


More than anything I've getting priced out of Cali, or at least the Bay Area where I currently live. The wife and I decided if we have to put our life in a truck we may as well go somewhere we want to rather than just to the next town down the road to find more affordable housing. So that settled in.


Come next month we are headed up to Washington state. Cant say I wont miss Cali, but can say I sure as hell am excited to get some place with a lower cost of living, lower tax rates and better gun laws!

\A perfect use of post # 1911

Someones paying attention. I've wanted to just scream this to the hills for a week now.....
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Lots of family up that way. Mother, aunts, uncles, all of that. I'll be in Skagit county. Burlington area. To expand on a previous statement I made about being fortunate....I have a home office. I get to take my job with me. That puts me at a *huge* advantage when it comes to wanting to move. Usually people have to answer the question of "Where do I want to live" within the context of "Where is my job". My job comes with me. That opens up a whole hell of a lot of options for where to live.


Imagine if when you asked the question "Where do I want to live"....You didnt have to account for your job in that answer? (Outside of needing internet of course)


Where would you live? There are a lot of really, really neat places in the US where a guy could live a long time and be happy.
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Why did you settle on Washington? Got a job lined up? Family? Friends?

And what part of Washington?

Lots of family up that way. Mother, aunts, uncles, all of that. I'll be in Skagit county. Burlington area. To expand on a previous statement I made about being fortunate....I have a home office. I get to take my job with me. That puts me at a *huge* advantage when it comes to wanting to move. Usually people have to answer the question of "Where do I want to live" within the context of "Where is my job". My job comes with me. That opens up a whole hell of a lot of options for where to live.


Imagine if when you asked the question "Where do I want to live"....You didnt have to account for your job in that answer? (Outside of needing internet of course)


Where would you live? There are a lot of really, really neat places in the US where a guy could live a long time and be happy.

I grew up in California, and moved to Ohio in 2005. Like you, I was able to work from home. Most of my family lives in and around Toledo and I wanted to be closer to them (but not in Toledo proper - an hour away in another county was fine), so I got a place in the middle of nowhere.

That worked great. I was making California tech job money, and living waaaaaaay cheap (even by Ohio standards). That worked great until the economy crashed in 2007/2008 and I got laid off. Now I found myself living in a very economically depressed area, with essentially ZERO tech jobs of any real consequence. In the middle of a recession. Oops.

I was forced to move closer to civilization (which is why I live 45 minutes or so from the Cleveland metro area).

And guess what? I'm doing it again (I'm in the process of moving to the Dallas area) for similar reasons. I'm not laid off or anything, but I'm looking ahead strategically. I had to ask myself "If I want or need to find another excellent paying job in a hurry, where would I rather be?" The answer wasn't 45 minutes east of Cleveland Ohio.

So be careful.
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So, you are moving from liberal commie state to another...


Came here to post this
Jumping from one frying pan and into another
Link Posted: 6/22/2016 2:27:56 PM EDT
Good choice!

Just don't be a typical CA voter when you come to WA
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North of Seattle an hour or so. I'm staying the hell away from Seattle as much as I can!
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Which part of the state? I'm hopping the right side of the mountains :) Let me know when you get up here.

North of Seattle an hour or so. I'm staying the hell away from Seattle as much as I can!

Mt. Vernon or so? lots of us up here in the north.
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Know how I know you've never been to WA?

WA is 100x better than CA.
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Good for you, godbless.

I've wanted to go to Texas for awhile now but I found work in NY.

I came to NY from CT for that work. In just a year I've been priced out of NY and back to CT where I will be living with family again and working a job that is similar in salary.

In 12 months these things went up in cost:

Rent per month
Healthcare itself per month
Out of pocket expense added for allergy shots because of healthcare switch
Internet bill
Car insurance

That extra swing of +$300/mo in cost and realization that it would take me almost 19 years to pay off my student loan was enough to push me back home with a huge reduction in living cost.

After another year of working in CT (2017 then) building my resume, and my certifications, I will target TX again in hopes that I can 1. Afford life 2. Have a good chunk of my student loans paid off 3. Buy firearms again / have freedom.
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12 step program to freedom. You can NOT just release a Californian in freedom. They need help.....
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What he said
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Ha. I'm pulling the plug on Washington.
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I grew up in California, and moved to Ohio in 2005. Like you, I was able to work from home. Most of my family lives in and around Toledo and I wanted to be closer to them (but not in Toledo proper - an hour away in another county was fine), so I got a place in the middle of nowhere.

That worked great. I was making California tech job money, and living waaaaaaay cheap (even by Ohio standards). That worked great until the economy crashed in 2007/2008 and I got laid off. Now I found myself living in a very economically depressed area, with essentially ZERO tech jobs of any real consequence. In the middle of a recession. Oops.

I was forced to move closer to civilization (which is why I live 45 minutes or so from the Cleveland metro area).

And guess what? I'm doing it again (I'm in the process of moving to the Dallas area) for similar reasons. I'm not laid off or anything, but I'm looking ahead strategically. I had to ask myself "If I want or need to find another excellent paying job in a hurry, where would I rather be?" The answer wasn't 45 minutes east of Cleveland Ohio.

So be careful.
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Why did you settle on Washington? Got a job lined up? Family? Friends?

And what part of Washington?

Lots of family up that way. Mother, aunts, uncles, all of that. I'll be in Skagit county. Burlington area. To expand on a previous statement I made about being fortunate....I have a home office. I get to take my job with me. That puts me at a *huge* advantage when it comes to wanting to move. Usually people have to answer the question of "Where do I want to live" within the context of "Where is my job". My job comes with me. That opens up a whole hell of a lot of options for where to live.


Imagine if when you asked the question "Where do I want to live"....You didnt have to account for your job in that answer? (Outside of needing internet of course)


Where would you live? There are a lot of really, really neat places in the US where a guy could live a long time and be happy.

I grew up in California, and moved to Ohio in 2005. Like you, I was able to work from home. Most of my family lives in and around Toledo and I wanted to be closer to them (but not in Toledo proper - an hour away in another county was fine), so I got a place in the middle of nowhere.

That worked great. I was making California tech job money, and living waaaaaaay cheap (even by Ohio standards). That worked great until the economy crashed in 2007/2008 and I got laid off. Now I found myself living in a very economically depressed area, with essentially ZERO tech jobs of any real consequence. In the middle of a recession. Oops.

I was forced to move closer to civilization (which is why I live 45 minutes or so from the Cleveland metro area).

And guess what? I'm doing it again (I'm in the process of moving to the Dallas area) for similar reasons. I'm not laid off or anything, but I'm looking ahead strategically. I had to ask myself "If I want or need to find another excellent paying job in a hurry, where would I rather be?" The answer wasn't 45 minutes east of Cleveland Ohio.

So be careful.

Understand that completely! The good news is I provide vendor level support for an industry. So if things did go south, I think I have a lot of doors I could walk up to if needed. Think of Cisco Tac. If one of the Cisco Tac guys were laid off, I suspect he would have a lot of contacts he could reach out to and end up pretty well off.

I sure as hell dont want to get laid off, and I'm in a pretty good spot to avoid that (As much as one can) but I also have a nice list of Plan Bs if needed!

On a side note, if you know SIP have I got a job for you (maybe, I dont keep track of our postings all that much)!

(Hey, I cant referrals....I'm always trying to get that referral bonus!)
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Mt. Vernon or so? lots of us up here in the north.
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Which part of the state? I'm hopping the right side of the mountains :) Let me know when you get up here.

North of Seattle an hour or so. I'm staying the hell away from Seattle as much as I can!

Mt. Vernon or so? lots of us up here in the north.

Yep, already active on the Wa hometown forums.
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I understand.

I am pretty well rooted in here.......so I don't see myself going anywhere.

But, I understand.

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Well rooted ha...will a root canal fix it Doc! Dental humor ha! I'll be here til Thursday, try the veal.
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I do know SIP.

They'd have to let me work from my home in Texas, or have an office in/around Plano. I'm not moving again.
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Congrats!
Hope your move and new life is giving and fruitful!
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..soundtrack of my life. May it serve you just as well.


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I'm kinda thinking the same thing. It's like escaping the Soviet Union for East Germany. As a true blue state, Washington is just a little behind California in gun laws, I suspect they'll be catching up over the next decade.
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Well, to an islander an oasis is a mere puddle but a desert nomad would still consider it a paradise.....


Eye of the beholder and all that.
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Originally Posted By compulynx:
So, you are moving from liberal commie state to another...

Well, to an islander an oasis is a mere puddle but a desert nomad would still consider it a paradise.....


Eye of the beholder and all that.


Agree with that, good luck OP.
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Originally Posted By Qweevox:



I'm kinda thinking the same thing. It's like escaping the Soviet Union for East Germany. As a true blue state, Washington is just a little behind California in gun laws, I suspect they'll be catching up over the next decade.
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Originally Posted By cone256:
Originally Posted By CJ7365:
Originally Posted By compulynx:
So, you are moving from liberal commie state to another...


Came here to post this




I'm kinda thinking the same thing. It's like escaping the Soviet Union for East Germany. As a true blue state, Washington is just a little behind California in gun laws, I suspect they'll be catching up over the next decade.

It's not a lateral move. Even discounting gun laws, I think Washington ranks a little better.
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