Angelina Jolie not ruling out political career

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Angelina Jolie not ruling out political career

Angelina Jolie hinted Friday that she might enter politics – and even seek the White House.

“If you asked me 20 years ago, I would’ve laughed… I always say I’ll go where I’m needed, I don’t know if I’m fit for politics… but then I’ve also joked that I don’t know if I have a skeleton left in my closet,” the 43-year-old Hollywood actress said in an interview with the BBC’s “Today.”

“I am pretty open and out there. I can take a lot on the chin. That’s good. I honestly will do whatever I think can really make change,” she told host Justin Webb.

The California-born humanitarian and special envoy the UN Refugee Agency discussed a wide range of issues, including social media, sexual violence and the global refugee crisis – but also waded into politics.

“Right now I am able to work with a UN agency to do a lot of work directly with people in need,” she said.

“I’m also able to work with governments and I’m also able to work with militaries, and so I sit in a very interesting place of being able to get a lot done without a title and without it being about myself or my policies,” she continued.

Jolie added that “for now,” she would stay quiet.

That comment prompted Webb to press her on whether she could be on the list for the Democrats’ next presidential nomination, she coyly replied: “Thank you.”

And when asked about the rise of nationalism under President Trump and his pursuit of an “America First” agenda, Jolie drew a distinction between patriotism and “narrow nationalism.”

“I am a patriot but I am also an internationalist and I love and value other people and other countries,” she said.

“To be a patriot is to be very proud of your country and even your country first but you do not think your country is better than others.”

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Angelina Jolie not ruling out political career

Categories: celebrities
Angelina Jolie not ruling out political career

Angelina Jolie hinted Friday that she might enter politics – and even seek the White House.

“If you asked me 20 years ago, I would’ve laughed… I always say I’ll go where I’m needed, I don’t know if I’m fit for politics… but then I’ve also joked that I don’t know if I have a skeleton left in my closet,” the 43-year-old Hollywood actress said in an interview with the BBC’s “Today.”

“I am pretty open and out there. I can take a lot on the chin. That’s good. I honestly will do whatever I think can really make change,” she told host Justin Webb.

The California-born humanitarian and special envoy the UN Refugee Agency discussed a wide range of issues, including social media, sexual violence and the global refugee crisis – but also waded into politics.

“Right now I am able to work with a UN agency to do a lot of work directly with people in need,” she said.

“I’m also able to work with governments and I’m also able to work with militaries, and so I sit in a very interesting place of being able to get a lot done without a title and without it being about myself or my policies,” she continued.

Jolie added that “for now,” she would stay quiet.

That comment prompted Webb to press her on whether she could be on the list for the Democrats’ next presidential nomination, she coyly replied: “Thank you.”

And when asked about the rise of nationalism under President Trump and his pursuit of an “America First” agenda, Jolie drew a distinction between patriotism and “narrow nationalism.”

“I am a patriot but I am also an internationalist and I love and value other people and other countries,” she said.

“To be a patriot is to be very proud of your country and even your country first but you do not think your country is better than others.”

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All things coming to tv and streaming in January

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All things coming to tv and streaming in January

January 1:
The Gifted (Fox, Season 2B)
Lethal Weapon (Fox, Season 3B)
Comedians of the World (Netflix, new stand-up comedy series)
A Series of Unfortunate Events (Netflix, Season 3; final season)
My Big Fat Fabulous Life (TLC, Season 5)
I Am Jazz (TLC, Season 5)
Married at First Sight (Lifetime, Season 8)
Bad Chad Customs (Discovery, new docuseries)
Abby Hatcher (Nickelodeon, new animated kids series)
365 Days of Love (Facebook Watch, new docuseries)

January 2:
The Masked Singer (Fox, new singing competition series)
24 Hours to Hell and Back (Fox, Season 2)
Grown-ish (Freeform, Season 2)
Moonshiners (Discovery, Season 8)
My 600-lb Life (TLC, Season 7)
Family by the Ton (TLC, Season 2)
MythBusters Jr. (Science Channel, new docuseries)
Love & Hip Hop: Miami (VH1, Season2)
Project Runway All Stars (Lifetime, Season 7)
American Beauty Star (Lifetime, Season 2)
Guy’s Grocery Games (Food Network, Season 19B)

January 3:
The Titan Games (NBC, new reality competition series)
The Blacklist (NBC, Season 6)
Gotham (Fox, Season 5; final season)
The Orville (Fox, Season 2; time-slot premiere)
60 Days In (A&E, Season 5)
Eart Odyssey with Dylan Dreyer (CBS, new kid-focused docuseries)
Racing Wives (CMT, new unscripted series)
Music City (CMT, Season 2)
Dr. Pimple Popper (TLC, Season 1B)
Surviving R. Kelly (Lifetime, new limited docuseries)
Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles (Bravo, Season 11)
Impossible Engineering (Science Channel, Season 4)

January 4:
Fresh Off the Boat (ABC, Season 5B)
Speechless (ABC, Season 3B)
20/20 (ABC, Season 40B)
MacGyver (CBS, Season 3B)
Hawaii Five-O (CBS, Season 9B)
Blue Bloods (CBS, Season 9B)
Gold Rush: White Water (Discovery, Season 2)
Grown & Sexy (VH1, new unscripted series)
Young Justice: Outsiders (DC Universe, Season 3)

January 5:
Little Women (ABC, new miniseries)
Tails of Valor (CBS, new docuseries)
Say Yes to the Dress (TLC, Season 17)
Say Yes to the Nest (HGTV, new docuseries sneak preview; airs In March)
Cousins for Life (Nickelodeon, new comedy series)
Milo Murphy’s Law (Disney Channel/Disney XD, Season 2)
Transformers: Rescue Bots Academy (Discovery Family, new animated kids series)

January 6:
The 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards (NBC, live awards special)
America’s Funniest Home Videos (ABC, Season 29B)
Shark Tank (ABC, Season 10B)
God Friended Me (CBS, Season 1B)
NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS, Season 10B)
Madam Secretary (CBS, Season 5B)
Worst Cooks in America (Food Network, Season 15)
Houdini’s Last Secrets (Science Channel, new documentary miniseries)

January 7:
The Bachelor (ABC, Season 23)
America’s Got Talent: The Champion (NBC, new talent competition series)
Eight Days that Made Rome (Smithsonian Channel, new docuseries)
Kids Baking Championship (Food Network, Season 6)
Winner Cake All (Food Network, new baking competition series)
No Offence (Acorn, Season 3)

January 8:
The Conners (ABC, Season 1B)
The Kids Are Alright (ABC, Season 1B)
Black-ish (ABC, Season 5B)
Splitting Up Together (ABC, Season 2B)
The Rookie (ABC, Season 1B)
NCIS (CBS, Season 16B)
FBI (CBS, Season 1B)
NCIS: New Orleans (CBS, Season 5B)
Ellen’s Game of Games (NBC, Season 2)
The Haves and the Have Nots (OWN, Season 6)
Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club (MTV, new docuseries)
Good Trouble (Freeform, new drama series)
Project Blue Book (History, new drama series)
Garage Rehab (Discovery Channel, Season 2)
Finding Your Roots (PBS, Season 5)
Legend Hunter (Travel Channel, new docuseries)
How the Universe Works (Science Channel, Season 7)

January 9:
The Goldbergs (ABC, Season 5B)
Schooled (ABC, new comedy series)
Modern Family (ABC, Season 10B)
Single Parents (ABC, Season 1B)
Match Game (ABC, Season 4)
Jon Glaser Loves Gear (TruTV, Season 2)
I’m Sorry (TruTV, Season 2)

January 10:
The Big Bang Theory (CBS, Season 12B)
Young Sheldon (CBS, Season 2B)
Mom (CBS, Season 6B)
Fam (CBS, new comedy series)
S.W.A.T. (CBS, Season 2B)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (NBC, Season 6; new network)
The First 48 Presents: Homicide Squad Atlanta (A&E, new true-crime docuseries)
The Rap Game (Lifetime, Season 5)

January 11:
Blindspot (NBC, Season 4B)
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (The CW, Season 4B; final season)
Friends from College (Netflix, Season 2)
Sex Education (Netflix, new drama series)
Informer (Amazon Prime Video, new drama series)
Future Man (Hulu, Season 2)
In Pursuit with John Walsh (Investigation Discovery, new true-crime docuseries)

January 12:
Iyanla: Fix My Life (OWN, Season 9)
Love & Marriage: Huntsville (OWN, new docuseries)

January 13:
The 24th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards (The CW, live awards special)
True Detective (HBO, Season 3)
Victoria (PBS, Season 3)
American Style (CNN, new documentary miniseries)
Valley of the Boom (National Geographic Channel, new limited docuseries)
Disaster at Sea (Smithsonian Channel, new docuseries)
Tigtone (Adult Swim, new animated series)

January 14:
The Good Doctor (ABC, Season 2B)
The Resident (Fox, Season 2B)
The Passage (Fox, new drama series)
Those Who Can’t (TruTV, Season 3)
Home Town (TruTV, Season 3)
Common Knowledge (Game Show Network, new game show series)
Lost Gold (Travel Channel, new docuseries)

January 15:
The Flash (The CW, Season 5B)
Roswell, New Mexico (The CW, new drama series)
Drunk History (Comedy Central, Season 6)
Corporate (Comedy Central, Season 2)
Temptation Island (USAm new unscripted series reboot)
Teachers (TV Land, Season 3B; final season)

January 16:
Riverdale (The CW, Season 2B)
All American (The CW, Season 1B)
Schitt’s Creek (Pop, Season 5)
Deadly Class (Syfy, new drama series)

January 17:
Grey’s Anatomy (ABC, Season 15B)
A Million Little Things (ABC, Season 1B; new night)
How to Get Away with Murder (ABC, Season 5B)
Supernatural (The CW, Season 14B)
Star Trek: Discovery (CBS All Access, Season 2)
Lip Sync Battle (Paramount Network, Season 5)
Bring It! (Lifetime, Season 6)
A Discovery of Witches (Sundance Now/Shudder, new drama series)

January 18:
Grace and Frankie (Netflix, Season 5)
The Grand Tour (Amazon Prime Video, Season 3)

January 19:
Dynasties (BBC America/AMC/IFC/SundanceTV, new documentary limited series)

January 20:
Supergirl (The CW, Season 4B)
Charmed (The CW, Season 1B)
Crashing (HBO, Season 3)
High Maintenance (HBO, Season 3)
SMILF (Showtime, Season 2)
Shameless (Showtime, Season 9B)
Black Monday (Showtime, new comedy series)
Sister Wives (TLC, Season 8)
Seeking Sister Wives (TLC, Season 2)
WTF Baron Davis (Fuse, new comedy series)
Giada Entertains (Food Network, Season 4)

January 21:
Big Brother: Celebrity Edition (CBS, Season 2)
Arrow (The CW, Season 7B)
Black Lightning (The CW, Season 2B; new night)
Big Brother After Dark (Pop, new season)
AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange (World Channel, Season 7)

January 22:
Conan (TBS, Season 9; new half-hour format)
Food Truck Nation (Food Network, new docuseries)

January 23:
Suits (USA, Season 8B)
The Magicians (Syfy, Season 4)
Pure (WGN America, new drama series)

January 24:
Legacies (The CW, Season 1B)
Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes (Netflix, new docuseries)
Siren (Freeform, Season 2)
Broad City (Comedy Central, Season 5; final season)
The Other Two (Comedy Central, new comedy series)
Kindred Spirits (Travel Channel, Season 7)

January 25:
Strike Back (Cinemax, Season 6)
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix, Season 4B; final season)
Sydney to the Max (Disney Channel, new comedy series)
Crazy Cakes (Cooking Channel, Season 2)
I Lived with a Killer (Reelz, new docuseries)

January 27:
Rent (Fox, live special)

January 28:
I Am the Night (TNT, new drama series)
Now or Never (ESPN2, new late-night sports series)
Ahora o Nunca (ESPN Deportes, new late-night sports series)

January 29:
Players Only (TNT, Season 3)

January 30:
Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television (YouTube, Season 2)

January 31:
Will & Grace (NBC, Season 2B)
Famous Fortune Fights (Reelz, new docuseries)

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All things coming to tv and streaming in January

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All things coming to tv and streaming in January

January 1:
The Gifted (Fox, Season 2B)
Lethal Weapon (Fox, Season 3B)
Comedians of the World (Netflix, new stand-up comedy series)
A Series of Unfortunate Events (Netflix, Season 3; final season)
My Big Fat Fabulous Life (TLC, Season 5)
I Am Jazz (TLC, Season 5)
Married at First Sight (Lifetime, Season 8)
Bad Chad Customs (Discovery, new docuseries)
Abby Hatcher (Nickelodeon, new animated kids series)
365 Days of Love (Facebook Watch, new docuseries)

January 2:
The Masked Singer (Fox, new singing competition series)
24 Hours to Hell and Back (Fox, Season 2)
Grown-ish (Freeform, Season 2)
Moonshiners (Discovery, Season 8)
My 600-lb Life (TLC, Season 7)
Family by the Ton (TLC, Season 2)
MythBusters Jr. (Science Channel, new docuseries)
Love & Hip Hop: Miami (VH1, Season2)
Project Runway All Stars (Lifetime, Season 7)
American Beauty Star (Lifetime, Season 2)
Guy’s Grocery Games (Food Network, Season 19B)

January 3:
The Titan Games (NBC, new reality competition series)
The Blacklist (NBC, Season 6)
Gotham (Fox, Season 5; final season)
The Orville (Fox, Season 2; time-slot premiere)
60 Days In (A&E, Season 5)
Eart Odyssey with Dylan Dreyer (CBS, new kid-focused docuseries)
Racing Wives (CMT, new unscripted series)
Music City (CMT, Season 2)
Dr. Pimple Popper (TLC, Season 1B)
Surviving R. Kelly (Lifetime, new limited docuseries)
Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles (Bravo, Season 11)
Impossible Engineering (Science Channel, Season 4)

January 4:
Fresh Off the Boat (ABC, Season 5B)
Speechless (ABC, Season 3B)
20/20 (ABC, Season 40B)
MacGyver (CBS, Season 3B)
Hawaii Five-O (CBS, Season 9B)
Blue Bloods (CBS, Season 9B)
Gold Rush: White Water (Discovery, Season 2)
Grown & Sexy (VH1, new unscripted series)
Young Justice: Outsiders (DC Universe, Season 3)

January 5:
Little Women (ABC, new miniseries)
Tails of Valor (CBS, new docuseries)
Say Yes to the Dress (TLC, Season 17)
Say Yes to the Nest (HGTV, new docuseries sneak preview; airs In March)
Cousins for Life (Nickelodeon, new comedy series)
Milo Murphy’s Law (Disney Channel/Disney XD, Season 2)
Transformers: Rescue Bots Academy (Discovery Family, new animated kids series)

January 6:
The 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards (NBC, live awards special)
America’s Funniest Home Videos (ABC, Season 29B)
Shark Tank (ABC, Season 10B)
God Friended Me (CBS, Season 1B)
NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS, Season 10B)
Madam Secretary (CBS, Season 5B)
Worst Cooks in America (Food Network, Season 15)
Houdini’s Last Secrets (Science Channel, new documentary miniseries)

January 7:
The Bachelor (ABC, Season 23)
America’s Got Talent: The Champion (NBC, new talent competition series)
Eight Days that Made Rome (Smithsonian Channel, new docuseries)
Kids Baking Championship (Food Network, Season 6)
Winner Cake All (Food Network, new baking competition series)
No Offence (Acorn, Season 3)

January 8:
The Conners (ABC, Season 1B)
The Kids Are Alright (ABC, Season 1B)
Black-ish (ABC, Season 5B)
Splitting Up Together (ABC, Season 2B)
The Rookie (ABC, Season 1B)
NCIS (CBS, Season 16B)
FBI (CBS, Season 1B)
NCIS: New Orleans (CBS, Season 5B)
Ellen’s Game of Games (NBC, Season 2)
The Haves and the Have Nots (OWN, Season 6)
Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club (MTV, new docuseries)
Good Trouble (Freeform, new drama series)
Project Blue Book (History, new drama series)
Garage Rehab (Discovery Channel, Season 2)
Finding Your Roots (PBS, Season 5)
Legend Hunter (Travel Channel, new docuseries)
How the Universe Works (Science Channel, Season 7)

January 9:
The Goldbergs (ABC, Season 5B)
Schooled (ABC, new comedy series)
Modern Family (ABC, Season 10B)
Single Parents (ABC, Season 1B)
Match Game (ABC, Season 4)
Jon Glaser Loves Gear (TruTV, Season 2)
I’m Sorry (TruTV, Season 2)

January 10:
The Big Bang Theory (CBS, Season 12B)
Young Sheldon (CBS, Season 2B)
Mom (CBS, Season 6B)
Fam (CBS, new comedy series)
S.W.A.T. (CBS, Season 2B)
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (NBC, Season 6; new network)
The First 48 Presents: Homicide Squad Atlanta (A&E, new true-crime docuseries)
The Rap Game (Lifetime, Season 5)

January 11:
Blindspot (NBC, Season 4B)
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (The CW, Season 4B; final season)
Friends from College (Netflix, Season 2)
Sex Education (Netflix, new drama series)
Informer (Amazon Prime Video, new drama series)
Future Man (Hulu, Season 2)
In Pursuit with John Walsh (Investigation Discovery, new true-crime docuseries)

January 12:
Iyanla: Fix My Life (OWN, Season 9)
Love & Marriage: Huntsville (OWN, new docuseries)

January 13:
The 24th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards (The CW, live awards special)
True Detective (HBO, Season 3)
Victoria (PBS, Season 3)
American Style (CNN, new documentary miniseries)
Valley of the Boom (National Geographic Channel, new limited docuseries)
Disaster at Sea (Smithsonian Channel, new docuseries)
Tigtone (Adult Swim, new animated series)

January 14:
The Good Doctor (ABC, Season 2B)
The Resident (Fox, Season 2B)
The Passage (Fox, new drama series)
Those Who Can’t (TruTV, Season 3)
Home Town (TruTV, Season 3)
Common Knowledge (Game Show Network, new game show series)
Lost Gold (Travel Channel, new docuseries)

January 15:
The Flash (The CW, Season 5B)
Roswell, New Mexico (The CW, new drama series)
Drunk History (Comedy Central, Season 6)
Corporate (Comedy Central, Season 2)
Temptation Island (USAm new unscripted series reboot)
Teachers (TV Land, Season 3B; final season)

January 16:
Riverdale (The CW, Season 2B)
All American (The CW, Season 1B)
Schitt’s Creek (Pop, Season 5)
Deadly Class (Syfy, new drama series)

January 17:
Grey’s Anatomy (ABC, Season 15B)
A Million Little Things (ABC, Season 1B; new night)
How to Get Away with Murder (ABC, Season 5B)
Supernatural (The CW, Season 14B)
Star Trek: Discovery (CBS All Access, Season 2)
Lip Sync Battle (Paramount Network, Season 5)
Bring It! (Lifetime, Season 6)
A Discovery of Witches (Sundance Now/Shudder, new drama series)

January 18:
Grace and Frankie (Netflix, Season 5)
The Grand Tour (Amazon Prime Video, Season 3)

January 19:
Dynasties (BBC America/AMC/IFC/SundanceTV, new documentary limited series)

January 20:
Supergirl (The CW, Season 4B)
Charmed (The CW, Season 1B)
Crashing (HBO, Season 3)
High Maintenance (HBO, Season 3)
SMILF (Showtime, Season 2)
Shameless (Showtime, Season 9B)
Black Monday (Showtime, new comedy series)
Sister Wives (TLC, Season 8)
Seeking Sister Wives (TLC, Season 2)
WTF Baron Davis (Fuse, new comedy series)
Giada Entertains (Food Network, Season 4)

January 21:
Big Brother: Celebrity Edition (CBS, Season 2)
Arrow (The CW, Season 7B)
Black Lightning (The CW, Season 2B; new night)
Big Brother After Dark (Pop, new season)
AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange (World Channel, Season 7)

January 22:
Conan (TBS, Season 9; new half-hour format)
Food Truck Nation (Food Network, new docuseries)

January 23:
Suits (USA, Season 8B)
The Magicians (Syfy, Season 4)
Pure (WGN America, new drama series)

January 24:
Legacies (The CW, Season 1B)
Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes (Netflix, new docuseries)
Siren (Freeform, Season 2)
Broad City (Comedy Central, Season 5; final season)
The Other Two (Comedy Central, new comedy series)
Kindred Spirits (Travel Channel, Season 7)

January 25:
Strike Back (Cinemax, Season 6)
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix, Season 4B; final season)
Sydney to the Max (Disney Channel, new comedy series)
Crazy Cakes (Cooking Channel, Season 2)
I Lived with a Killer (Reelz, new docuseries)

January 27:
Rent (Fox, live special)

January 28:
I Am the Night (TNT, new drama series)
Now or Never (ESPN2, new late-night sports series)
Ahora o Nunca (ESPN Deportes, new late-night sports series)

January 29:
Players Only (TNT, Season 3)

January 30:
Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television (YouTube, Season 2)

January 31:
Will & Grace (NBC, Season 2B)
Famous Fortune Fights (Reelz, new docuseries)

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Chris Brown hit with criminal charges for pet monkey

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Monkeys shouldn’t be pets, says the city of Los Angeles.

Singer Chris Brown will be walking into the new year facing criminal charges: two counts of having a restricted species without a permit, reports TMZ.

Brown, 29, sparked controversy when he brought home a baby capuchin monkey named Fiji in the fall of 2017.

He swiftly drew criticism after posting an adorable video of his daughter, Royalty, then just 3, with the monkey. Brown fought back against naysayers crying out for the girl’s safety. He claimed the monkey wasn’t for her but was his pet.

As a response to the outcry, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife launched an investigation.

Before the situation could get out of control, Brown gave up the monkey. It’s unclear where Fiji now lives.

If convicted, Brown could face up to six months in jail. He’s set to appear in court on February 6.

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Miley and Liams Dreamy wedding photos!

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Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth wed in a small ceremony in Tennessee on Sunday. By Wednesday the Malibu singer shared sweet images to social media from the low-key nuptials.

Miley’s instagram and twitter was full of pictures and video of the event, leaving the rest of us drooling with envy.

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90210 stars reunite for project talks over lunch. What a sight

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90210 stars reunite for project talks over lunch. What a sight

The cast of the iconic Beverly Hills, 90210 television series reunited in a coffee shop, as they plotted their return to screens.

Ian Ziering, 54, Tori Spelling, 45, Jennie Garth, 46, and Brian Austin Green, 45, were all spotted chatting in a meeting with producers Mike Chessler and Chris Alberghini. They took over an outside spot at the Coffee Bean on the busy Sunset Boulevard, causing tourists to do a double take as they walked by.

The show is already in an advanced stage of planning, with Deadline reporting it is being shopped around by CBS Television Studios to streaming services and traditional broadcast networks, attracting much interest.






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