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  • 10/03/15--15:38: Harry Styles in 20 [5] Looks
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    "Not only does Harry Styles provoke hysteria from the millennial generation wherever he goes, the One Direction singer is also a blank canvas for designers, refining his style with every season. See him dressed by his favorite designers from Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane to Gucci and Calvin Klein, in our Harry Styles look book."

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    97% of the list is Saint Laurent

    source: vogue paris

    please spam with your favorite harry looks/blouses/etc.

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    Over the last couple of years, a few children's animations have transcended kids' humour and fun plots, turning into exciting, refreshing series that appeal to all ages. This list is about kid's cartoons - so unfortunately there will be no Bob's Burgers, Bojack Horseman or Archer here!
    You will probably have heard of the three I am about to list below, due to their huge popularity both among children, teenagers, and adults. If you were wondering whether you should delve into these shows or not - look no further! Now, in no particular order, we begin!

    Steven Universe

    If you go on Tumblr a lot, you will have definitely heard of Steven Universe. Not only is Steven Universe the first show on cartoon network created and headed by a woman (the lovely Rebecca Sugar, who also worked on Adventure Time), but it has been critically praised for it's progressive attitude towards LGBT relationships, gender, and representation of women and PoC.

    Currently on its second season, Steven Universe has been universally acclaimed. Oh, and Nicki Minaj was in an episode.

    Very Brief Spoiler-Free Summary: Steven is a young boy being raised in a house in Beach City with 3 magical gems (aliens). He is a fun, caring kid who is part of an important branch of gems who are dedicated to protecting the earth.

    On the surface, this is a magical-girl cartoon about saving the earth. However, the more this show progresses, the heavier the story lines become. Steven Universe is cute, feel-good, musical, complex, existential, sad, uplifting, and progressive all at the same time. Steven Universe deals with everything from strict parents to sacrificing yourself for the greater good, and honestly, writing a mere paragraph about it could never do justice to the many positive points of this show. If you like fantasy, intersectional feminism, or simply a solid show with a great plot, definitely check it out.

    Adventure Time

    I know, I can hear your "well, duh", from here. Adventure Time is the go-to cartoon for both kids and adults these days; that's because it's brilliant.

    Adventure Time is about to begin its seventh season. It's popular both critically and commercially.

    Very Brief Spoiler-Free Summary: Finn the Human and Jake the Dog are adventurers in the Land of Ooo, filled with many different characters and kingdoms. Over the course of the seasons, their adventures differ from "monster-of-the-week" to more complex, adult issues surrounding certain characters and Ooo itself.

    Adventure Time is quirky, hilarious, brilliantly written, and has the perfect balance of surreal, childish, and thick plot to make it work. From the huge range of characters (who never seem to be morally good or bad, everybody has a grey area), rich storyline about the Land of Ooo (a post-apocalytic earth, due to a nuclear war, by the way), and Finn exploring his identity as possibly the only human left, Adventure Time is pretty heavy, but manages to make this digestable and interesting. Like Steven Universe, there is absolutely no way I could do Adventure Time justice by simply writing a paragraph about it, so go watch it for yourself!

    Over The Garden Wall

    Over The Garden Wall is, in my opinion, one of the best cartoons ever made.

    Unlike SU and AT, Over The Garden Wall is no longer running and only has ten episodes in total. In these ten episodes, a beautiful story about exploration, anxiety, existence, and courage is told. It recently won several Emmy awards.

    Very Brief Spoiler-Free Summary: Wirt and Greg are step brothers who get lost walking in the woods, discovering many places and people while trying to find their way back home and avoiding "The Beast".

    Over The Garden Wall is incredibly strange, funny, and beautiful. The animation alone should be enough to watch it - having your setting as a woods in fall is a pretty sure way to draw beautiful scenery. OTGW creates a rich, surreal world which seems to hold many different times and worlds in it. Each episode explores more of these worlds and the people who inhabit them. In addition to this, every episode has a song, ranging from the silly ("Potatoes and Molasses) to the beautiful ("Patient Is The Night"). Noted for it's ambiguousness and use of easter eggs, many people consider OTGW to be much more than a cartoon for children. Not only are the characters lovable and complex, but the story is just a gorgeous tale about two brothers, trying to find their way home and the challenges that this presents in a unfamilar, unknown place. If you watch any on this list - watch this one!

    I know three really isn't a lot, so here are some honorable mentions (feel free to add more/talk about your favourite cartoons in the comments!):

    1. Gravity Falls
    2. Regular Show
    3. Clarence
    4. Flapjack
    5. Gumball

    sources: 1,2,3

    What are your favourite cartoons ONTD?

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    For those of you who are lazy to watch the video:

    • says he wasn't prepared for Poldark-mania, but says that is nice to be in a show that's popular

    • had no idea it would be so special

    • he realized it was big once journalists started calling his mom

    • no one recognizes him without his long hair

    • gets asked about the books/series again because apparently he hasn't been asked that enough

    • talks a bit about the series, they'll be covering 2-3 years in the next series

    • relationships change throughout the next series, esp. Ross & Demelza

    • doesn't know if there'll be more shirtless anything, depends on how ratings go (lmao god bless him)

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    + one more gratuitous picture of this idiot laughing bc I love it
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    I am so r e a d y for this to start up again, I've been having withdrawals and re-watching being human.

    source; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

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    • Fran Fine Drescher talks surviving uterine cancer: "I am a cancer survivor — 15 years well. I had uterine cancer. [It] took me 2 years and 8 doctors to get a proper diagnosis. And by the grace of God, I was still in Stage 1. So I really feel like I got famous, I got cancer and I lived to talk about it..."

    • Also, how after writing a book and listening to the stories of other survivors, she decided to not end up there, but to make a prevention and detection movement: " ...We can begin to form a group of like-minded thinkers who wanted to, not only insure that every person gets diagnosed in Stage 1 when it’s most curable— catch it on arrival 95% survival, but also to transform from being a patient into a medical consumer, to know what the early morning whispers are of the cancers that may affect you, to know what tests are available— because they may not even be on the menu at the doctor’s office.”

    • Finally, she gives us a little hope for a Nanny reunion: "You know, for years I said ‘no’, now I don’t know. Who knows? Maybe. Could be. I like moving forward. And it’s such a classic. And it’s still on the air. But you know, I love the people that were in it. I loved the series...”

    Lots more at the SOURCE

    Thank you for your time! Favorite Nanny episode?

    Sorry mod. Fixed it!.

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    -Justin Bieber's Album "Purpose" and 1D's "Made in the A.M. (After Malik)" both release on Nov. 13th

    -Justin already threw shade at 1D with his "when you release your album on the same day as Justin Bieber" scared face

    -Louis responded with one of his weaker playing at O2 Arena faces (which Justin was once hours late for a concert at)

    -Justin backtracked and said that he's excited about the release and wishes 1D luck since Niall is his good friend (save yourself Neil!)

    -Justin is now saying that 1D released the same day as him for promo and as a strategy, since he announced his date first

    -1D's last album #justiceforFOUR (2014) opened with 387,000, while JB's last album Believe (2012) opened with 374,000

    -1D have always released in November and are part of Columbia Records, so the other slots Nov. 6 (#BuyGetWeird) and Nov. 20 are occupied by label mates Little Mix and Adele

    Source: Twitter

    Are 1D's team doing promo for once? This is a good way to get 2 crazy stan bases to buy more albums. Based on their previous album sales, I would say 1D have the #1 for the week before Adele shakes up the industry.

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    So this track leaked a few months ago when someone on Instagram was leaking snippets of what was supposedly Drake's Views From The 6 album. One of the leaked songs was a Drake & Bey collaboration that consisted of two Drake verses and Beyonce singing "Can I? Baby?" for two minutes. The official track isn't too different from the leaked version but at least they finally acknowledge the song exists.

    The beat is hot, the lyrics are wack. Could've been a good cuffin season song. Feel like it had potential but it still sounds incomplete. I mean, if you got Beyonce on a track, you couldn't have found a better way to use her? Sucks since "Mine" was one of the best songs on Beyonce's self-titled album (AND IT NEVER GOT RELEASED AS A SINGLE #justiceforMine). These two have good musical chemistry and they should collaborate again tbh.


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    Barely 2 months after her stone-hearted fiance Zayn Malik cruelly dumped her via text message/phone call/carrier pigeon. Perrie Edwards might have a new man! Michael Mather posted these pics witht her on his instagram.

    edit: as has been pointed out by the astute gnarlsbarkley he is actually gay.
    This happens barely a week after Zayn provoked outrage by posting this picture of himself and a woman on his instagram.

    Perrie had previously been flirting with model Jack Greystone (who has been liking fan made edits of the 2 of them together lol), though the pair seem to have not actually met in rl.

    He's 35 though. Guess she didn't want a Boy.mp3 anymore.

    Do you think its too soon for Perrie to be Taken.mp3? Or do you think its time for her to Move.mp3 on?

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    1. Mean Girls

    Honestly, there's not much to say. One of the most iconic teen movies of our day - way past being over-referenced - starring Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert and Lizzy Caplan, screenplay by Tina Fey. What made it so iconic when it got mediocre reviews when it premiered ? Good script, good casting, good timing ? No one really has a solid answer, but the movie's longevity is unarguable at this point. With quotes that are still (over)used, screen caps and gifs still being all over the place, it preserves its popularity even after a decade.

    2. Clueless

    Based on Jane Austen's Emma, Clueless is still deemed one of the most popular teen movies, rivalling Mean Girls. Whatever ! Perhaps it was because the movie focused on female friendship while breaking stereotypes. The movie received some criticism upon being labeled as a feminist movie with regards to Cher being into fashion and make up, but c'mon, it's a chick flick, and even so, portrays the characters in a very positive light in contrast to some others *cough* Mean Girls *cough*. All in all, the movie is still considered iconic in all its fashion loving, female empowering glory.

    3. 10 Things I Hate About You

    Based on Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew, 10 Things I Hate About You made quite an impact. It features your classic troubled teen, who hasn't made anyone cry yet, but it's only 4:30. It stars Heath Ledger, Joseph Gordon Lewitt and Julia Stiles, with a killer soundtrack. It also unexpectedly makes you emotional, who didn't tear up when Kat says "and mostly i hate the way i don't hate you, not even close, not even a little bit, not even at all". It's one of those films you can watch over and over and no matter what decade you're in, it'll still be relevant.

    4. Not Another Teen Movie

    Based on Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew, 10 Things I Hate About You made quite an impact. It features your classic troubled teen, who hasn't made anyone cry yet, but it's only 4:30. It stars Heath Ledger, Joseph Gordon Lewitt and Julia Stiles, with a killer soundtrack. It also unexpectedly makes you emotional, who didn't tear up when Kat says "and mostly i hate the way i don't hate you, not even close, not even a little bit, not even at all". It's one of those films you can watch over and over and no matter what decade you're in, it'll still be relevant.

    5. Cruel Intentions

    Starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ryan Phillippe, Reese Witherspoon and Selma Blair, Cruel Intentions is considered to be iconic due to SMG's flawless 90's fashion, that one kissing scene which precedented Not Another Teen Movie, the fact that Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillipphe were together girl and of course the soundtrack. Did you ever snort coke from your cross necklace ontd ? Didn't think so.

    Honorary mentions to: Easy A, Legally Blonde, Breakfast Club, American Pie, Heathers.

    src: 1 2 3 4 5

    Well Ontd, it's Oct. 3rd

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    damn Louis, why give up half way between lines?
    Fun Fact: rats are one of the many species of animals that can't sing

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    Queen of fashion and all things Halloween Heidi Klum is already busy prepping her costume for her annual masquerade. Klumshared a few photos on Instagram in the monster make-up chair, thanking Prosthetic Renaissance for "making her crazy costume idea a reality."

    Any guesses what her costume will be?

    Paraphrased from @HeidiKlum, 1, 2.

    ONTD: Who or what will you be serving this year?

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    Bradley Cooper, of fake American Sniper baby fame, just unleashed the trailer for his new film Burnt. In the film, in theaters October 23, Cooper plays a rockstar turned struggling chef.

    Paraphrased from @ComingSoon. YouTube.

    ONTD: What is your signature dish?

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  • 10/03/15--19:07: New clips from Goosebumps
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    Music was an important aspect of my life growing up, so I decided to make a definitive list of iconic songs/artists that helped define specific time periods of my childhood, adolescence, and adulthood. This is the second of a 3 part series of posts. Each time period will contain 10 highlights, in no particular order, that I felt best fit my experience. So sit back, relax, and relive your youth.

    This second post goes out to the middle 80's babies (84-86).

    High School/College/University

    1. Mainstream/Suburban Rappers
    Early 2000's introduced us to the mainstream rapper. Those whose songs were played on the pop stations and every suburban kid knew the lyrics. Their songs became party staples and feel good anthems. Ludacris became the most notable of these rappers with his 2000 album "Back for the First Time" which included several hits such as "Southern Hospitality" and "Ho", but none relished in the success of mainstream recognition more than his 2000 hit "What's Your Fantasy". Ludacris had several other hits to his name including "Roll Out", "Move Bitch", "Area Codes", and "Splash, Waterfalls". Another prominent mainstream rapper was Chingy. Freshman year of college wouldn't have been the same without his hits. He had several singles off of his debut album "Jackpot" including "Right Thurr" and "One Call Away", then quickly disappeared from the music scene.

    2000: Ludacris - What's Your Fantasy

    2003: Chingy - Holidae in

    Honorable mentions: Eminem - Lose Yourself / 50 Cent - In Da Club / Nelly - Ride wit Me

    2. Avril Lavigne
    Avril Lavigne burst onto the scene in 2002 with her debut album "Let Go". Teenage girls everywhere tried to emulate her punk rock princess aesthetic by wearing ties as belts and wife beaters. She was feminine yet tough and her albums were full of empowering songs. Her follow up CD "Under my Skin" was equally as successful, with hits like "Nobody's Home" and "My Happy Ending". Avril eventually faded from the music scene, married and divorced Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger, and announced publicly that she was battling Lyme Disease. The fact still remains that Avril was an important icon of the early 2000's music scene.

    2002: Avril Lavigne - Complicated

    2004:Avril Lavigne - Don't Tell Me

    3. Christina Aguilera
    Christina's sophomore effort "Stripped" was a revelation. She had a new dirtier image and her songs were more personal than ever. She also emerged with piercings in places I had never thought of before and black hair. She literally was a completely different person. The entire album was amazing and her talent really shined. She made young girls feel empowered and confident. Her single "Beautiful" really struck a cord with teenagers going thru hard times who were doubting themselves. The song earned her a Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.

    2003: Christina Aguilera - Can't Hold us Down

    2002: Christina Aguilera - Beautiful

    4. Terrible "Rock"
    Not much needs to be said about this category. These bands are awful, terrible, tacky, and for some reason you know all the lyrics and jam them "ironically". No one did this better than Nickelback. Often immitated, but never duplicated. They had songs about sex, songs about break ups, songs about...who the hell cares. It was good, good and terrible. Limp Bizkit also made a name for themselves in the early 00's with their awful music that for some reason I was drawn to. Now looking back at my life choices, I realize how wrong I was and I would like to apologize to anyone and everyone.

    2001: Nickelback - How You Remind Me

    1999: Limp Bizkit - Nookie

    Honorable: Creed - Arms Wide Open / Hinder - Lips of an Angel / Linkin Park - In the End

    5. Black Eyed Peas/Fergie
    Black Eyed Peas had been active in music since 1995, but it wasn't until they added Fergie to the lineup that they started to dominate the charts. I remember a Black Eyed Peas song playing on the radio literally every 5 mins during their peak from 2003-2006. Their most prolific single "My Humps" was released in 2005 from their sophomore effort "Monkey Business". A song that was literally about a women's "humps" became one of the biggest hits of 2005. Piggybacking on the success of the BEPs, Fergie released her solo effort 2006's "The Dutchess". She had numerous hits including "Glamourous" and "Big Girls Don't Cry".

    2005: Black Eyed Peas - My Humps

    2006: Fergie - Fergalicious

    6. Career Revivals
    Many artists reignited their stagnant careers in the early to mid 2000's, but no one did it better and with more authority than the great Mariah Carey. Coming fresh of her divorce from Tommy Mottola, Mariah hit the airwaves with her 10th studio album "Emancipation of Mimi" which became the best selling album of 2005 in the US. The second single off the album "We
    Belong Together" was #1 on the Billboard charts for an astounding 14 weeks. Carey went on the marry & divorce Nick Cannon and have twins.

    2005: Mariah Carey - We Belong Together

    Honorable Mentions: Gwen Stefani - Hollaback Girl / Outkast - Hey Ya! / Usher - Yeah

    7. Female Rap/R&b solo artists
    Female Rap/R&B artists really hit a stride in the mid 00's. Destiny's Child had already been enjoying superstar status when the group's leader, Beyonce headed out on her solo career. Now regarded as one of the most talented and influential female artists of all time, Beyonce's 1st solo single "Crazy in Love" was an instant hit. The song introduced the world to her powerhouse coupling with Jay-Z. In 2004, Ciara jumped into the scene. Her lead single "Goodies" was hit along with several other singles. She has enjoyed continued success with several singles such as "Ride Wit Me", "Oh", and "Promise".

    2003: Beyonce - Crazy in Love

    2004: Ciara: Goodies

    Honorable Mentions: Brooke Valentine - Girlfight / Christina Milian - Dip it Low / Tweet - Oops (Oh my)

    8. Pussycat Dolls
    The Pussycat Dolls were originally a burlesque group founded by Robin Antin in Los Angeles. With the addition of Nicole Scherzinger they became a bona fide musical group that dropped girl anthem after girl anthem. Their hits include "Buttons", "StickwitU", &"When I Grow Up". Internal conflict eventually sidelined the group in 2009, but their songs, in particular "Don't Cha" are staple in every music playlist.

    2005: Pussycat Dolls - Don't Cha

    9. Produced by Timbaland
    Timbland gained noteriety in the 90's producing albums for several artists including Aaliyah, Missy Elliot, and Ginuwine. Timbaland made a comeback on the careers of Justin Timberlake and Nelly Furtado in mid 00's. You could immediately tell who made the hook as his songs seemed to have the signature Timbaland beat to it. He also seemed to pop up in his friends videos and live performances. Timbaland released his solo album "Shock Value" in 2007, but he will be remembered for producing some of the hottest albums of 2006.

    2007: Justin Timberlake - What Goes Around, Comes Around

    2006: Nelly Furtado - Promiscuous Girl

    10. Club Bangers
    My college experience was full of amazing bar and club anthems. These were songs that everyone would shout out spilling their drink while dancing. Lil' Jon started the "crunk music movement", and he also became a pop culture icon with his catchphrases. Spring break 2004 was full of drunk frat guys yelling "YEAH!"&"Okay!" at 7:30am in the morning from the hot tub at the Radisson on South Padre Island. Ying Yang twins also got in on the action and made several mindless club songs such as "Whisper" and "Whistle while you twurk".

    2003: Lil' Jon - Get Low

    2004: Ying Yang Twins - Salt Shaker

    Honorable Mentions: Bubba Sparxxx - Ms. New Booty / Crime Mob - Knuck if You Buck / David Banner - Play

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    What are some of your musical memories, ONTD? Part 1 posted HERE

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    ONTD fav Nick Jonas obviously reads y'alls comments on here. The gay icon spoke to @USAToday and was asked about accusations that he is "queer-bating" his homosexual fans.

    Always the advocate, Jonasexplains that he chooses his roles based on how interesting it is, not “not based on whether the character is gay or straight”. Speaking on his gay character in his hit Fox TV show Scream Queens, he adds: “I think that’s a highly relatable story line that a lot of my fans, both gay and straight, have come and told me that that’s been incredibly important for them: to see the journey he’s on and to know they’re not alone, whatever it is that they’re going through in their life that makes them feel different or strange.

    Paraphrased from @AttitudeMag. @USAToday.

    Meanwhile, the scream king is keeping mum on tuggernuts's accusations that he and screen legend Kate Hudson are dating. When asked about the rumors by 97.4 Fresh FM, Jonas responded: "I'm not gonna get mad at you, but I'm also not gonna talk about it. I keep some things to myself."

    Paraphrased from @POPSUGAR.

    ONTD: What is the truth?

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    At the AHS red carpet premier 4/10:


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  • 10/03/15--20:27: Kingsman 2 post

  • - Director Matthew Vaughn is planning to shoot the sequel next April even though there's no final script yet
    - However, Taron Egerton who plays Eggsy in the first movie had nabbed a lead role in Robin Hood: Origin which starts shooting in February
    - Usually the actor's rep could manage the scheduling problem but it'll be up to the studios. Insiders do believe it'll work out for Taron, though

    Kingsman 2 Could See the Return of Colin Firth

    - Mark Millar, writer of the original comic book:

    “That's the conversation everyone's having right now, because part of what made that movie work is Colin. Colin's fantastic, it was a two-hander, that film. You also want to have the integrity of the story, so if you are bringing him back, it has to make sense. That's where it is at at the moment. Beats of the story have been done. [Screenplay co-writers] Matthew [Vaughn] and Jane [Goldman] are working on it at the moment. Some things have to be worked out, some decisions have still to be made and everything, so it's all fairly amorphous, but all going well.”

    - back in February, Vaughn hinted that Firth only died in a wide-angle shot and audience never saw his funeral.

    - he said people are upset that Firth might not be in the sequel but he's coming up with ideas at the moment and will figure out how to have him back.

    Source: 1, 2

    I hope Taron would stick to the sequel tbh. Aaaaand I hope Vaughn sticks to his word in making Merlin gay in the sequel

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  • 10/03/15--20:45: miley on snl 10/3

  • - article is a flop that centers around the question: will we see a naked miley or nah
    - comment with streams!


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    -New Zealand actor Joe Naufahu has been cast in a multiple arc role. They won't say who he's playing, but it's probably a Dothraki or someone else in Essos.

    -Melanie Liburd has also been spotted on set. Popular speculation guesses that she's playing a red priestess named Kinvara in the Essos storyline.

    -And then thanks to a super fan who crawled around and captured footage of Tower of Joy filming, Eddie Eyre, Luke Roberts, and Robert Aramayo can be seen as young Ned, Arthur Dayne, and Howland Reed. Not very clearly, mind you. And it was filmed in portrait because people never learn.

    random fact: Joe Naufahu is my stepdad's nephew. never met him tho

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