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Troubadours & Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure
Troubadours & Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure
Hosted by E.W. Conundrum Demure. E.W. Conundrum Demure handcrafts a fresh episode each week. A cornucopia of contributors converse on a myriad of topics: poetry, life stories, philosophy, literature, art, science, politics, and the state of the world. You’ll hear essays and humor, a poem, perhaps a passage from a great book; occasionally there will be a bit of wisdom, and always some good music. TnR is soulful, it’s spiritual, it’s smart and sassy, it’s sometimes guttural, it’s sometimes classy, it’s hip, it’s working-class blue chip, it’s urbanely earnest, on occasion it’s a right bit movin’, it is particularly human. TnR has a mix of special guests, regular contributors, an executive producer, and an associate producer too. This is a recipe that nurtures our program’s verve. Here are some of our regular cast & crew members— Lawrence Pugliese, Dr. Michael Pavese, Almighty Todd, Kitty Belle Burbank, Serf William, LittleStarRun, Nash in New York, Environmental Law Attorney Michael Harris, and our Global Hobo. Tell your friends and neighbors about TnR w EWCD. Listening might count as community service. Feel free to email us: ewconundrum@radiofreebrooklyn.org
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Category: Arts, Community, Literature, Music, Narrative, Politics, Social Issues, Talk


About E.W. Conundrum Demure

E.W. Conundrum Demure has been writing, directing, and producing for stage, television, and radio since the late 1990s. He has written for several independent papers and, briefly, published his own, Mountain Perspective Magazine. He is an artist and community activist. He paints on canvas and writes poetry and prose on paper. He emcees and assists in organizing an annual jazz festival. He is a professor of mathematics and environmental studies. He is a union leader. He has worked in a bakery and was a paperboy, a bag boy, a tomato inspector, and a migrant worker in the south of France. He is the son of a shoemaker and a checkout girl. As a boy he used to shovel coal into the stoker of a furnace, till with a pitchfork, and rake his parents’ garden. He is a father, and he raises his children while trying to make sense of it all. Radio is a salvation. He has two feral cats named Grail and Hannah and a Chihuahua named Marquez.



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  • Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure - Episode 279
    by E.W. Conundrum on July 18, 2018 at 11:12 am

    Wake Up to Find Out That You Are The Eyes of The World... We have for your listening pleasure "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure." This episode features a wine imbued conversation with regular contributor, our resident philosopher Almighty Todd. The Almighty and I discuss Lake Champlain, Scott Pruitt, Independence, Interdependence, Hubris, Humility, the Humble Brag, Forest Bathing, Nirvana, the Matrix... Episode 279 also includes an E.W. Essay titled "Half Pepperoni the Other Half Mushroom." We share an excerpt from Alexis De Tocqueville's classic work "Democracy in America"focusing on tyranny. We have a poem called "Sweet Tiger Eyes." Our music this go round is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, Nellie McKay, King Tuff, the Church, Pearl Jam, the Grateful Dead, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard. Commercial Free, Small Batch Radio Crafted In the Moosic Mountains of Pennsylvania... Heard All Over The Listen →

  • Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure - Episode 278
    by E.W. Conundrum on July 11, 2018 at 9:39 pm

    There is no place like home... We have for your listening pleasure Episode 278 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure." Episode 278 features a poignant, truly courageous conversation with Congolese patriot Bienvenue. Bienvenue is a young man who recently emigrated to the United States from the Democratic Republic of Congo. We discuss Growing Up in the Congo, Tribalism, Bad Government, Love of Country, Rebels, Notions of Home, Lost Children, International Exploitation, Emigrating to the United States... Episode 278 also includes an EW Essay titled "To Be A Buddha." We share installment one of Dr. Michael Pavese's Summertime Fantasia Series, titled "Mike Pence Goes West." We have a poem called "Maryland Journalists." Our music this go round is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, the Jefferson Airplane, Jimi Hendrix, Franklin Boukaka, Bing Crosby & the Andrew Sisters, Clifton Chenier, Branford Marsalis and Listen →

  • Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure - Episode 277
    by E.W. Conundrum on July 4, 2018 at 6:01 pm

    The Summer Wind Came Blowing In From Across The Bay... We have for your listening pleasure Episode 277 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure." This installment features an insightful, passionate conversation with regular contributor Dwayne Heisler. Dwayne is a community activist, artist and the new chair of the Pennsylvania State Progressive Caucus. Dwayne and I discuss Supreme Court Wedding Cakes, Gerrymandering, Religious Freedom, Discrimination, Artistic Expression, Immigration, What Kind of America We Are, Family, Democratic Progressives, New Americans, How the Blue Wave Certainly Is Not a Weather Event... Episode 277 includes an EW Essay titled "Deeply Romantic." We unleash the return of our Resident Hypothetical Scholar Dr. De Niente with an analysis of Immigration Values. We have a poem called "Summertime." Our music this go round is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, Marlena Shaw, the Preservation Jazz Listen →

  • Troubadours And Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure - Episode 276
    by E.W. Conundrum on June 27, 2018 at 8:54 pm

    Took a look around to see which way the wind blows... We have for your listening pleasure Episode 276 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure." We share a wonderful narrative with the Founder, Artistic Director & Executive Producer of the Scranton Shakespeare Festival Michael Flynn. Mr. Flynn is also one of the premier Assistant Directors on Broadway today. Michael and I discuss How He Got into Theater, Working with Broadway Director Jack O'Brien & Actor Nathan Lane, Starting the Scranton Shakespeare Festival, the Timelessness & Wonderful Language of Shakespeare, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Footloose, Politics in Art ... Episode 276 also includes an EW Essay titled "Righteous & Bold." Our Associate Producer Dr. Michael Pavese has written another wonderful essay titled "Gypsy." We have a poem called " She." Our music this go round is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, the Listen →

  • Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure - Episode 275
    by E.W. Conundrum on June 21, 2018 at 1:57 am

    And I won't forget to put Roses on your grave... We have for your listening pleasure Episode 275 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure." We feature a frenetically poignant conversation with our resident Vagabond Internationale JQ Public. JQ and I delve into the Rat Race, Running Away to France, Aneurysms, Andy Warhol, the Beauty of Mass Production, the Underground... Episode 275 includes an EW Essay titled "Graciously." Our Associate Producer Dr. Michael Pavese reads a piece by Arthur Rimbaud titled "The Drunken Boat." We have a poem called " Who Could Tell, Anthony Bourdain." Our music this go round is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, Marvin Gaye, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, JQ Public, Roxy Music, the Rolling Stones, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard. Commercial Free, Small Batch Radio Crafted In the Moosic Mountains of Pennsylvania... Heard All Over The World. Tell your Friends and Listen →

  • Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure - Episode 274
    by E.W. Conundrum on June 14, 2018 at 3:22 am

    That's Alright Mama... We have for your listening pleasure Episode 274 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure." Episode 274 features a great conversation with novelist Susan Campbell Bartoletti. Susan and I discuss the Books She Read as a Young Person and How They Shaped Her Worldview, Watching Protests, the Importance of Understanding History, Jumping from a Secure & Rewarding Teaching Position into Being a Full Time Writer... Episode 274 also includes an EW Essay titled "Wonderful." EW reads an excerpt from "The Outsiders" by S.E Hinton. We have a poem called " Remedy." Our music this go round is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, Arrested Development, R.E.M, Elvis Presley, Thievery Corporation, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard. This episode's visual image is a piece by Walter J. Pugliese. Commercial Free, Small Batch Radio Crafted In the Moosic Mountains of Pennsylvania... Heard All Over The Listen →

  • Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure - Episdoe 273
    by E.W. Conundrum on June 6, 2018 at 8:18 pm

    Boogie on Reggae Woman... We have for your listening pleasure Episode 273 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure." This week we feature a fabulous conversation with regular contributor, Brooklyn Based Comedic Writer and Comedian Nash Rose. Nash and I discuss Political Correctness and Its Impact on Comedy(and on society at large), Satire, How Perhaps There Are Too Many Socio- Political Movements, How the Internet Creates Perspective Bubbles, Kathy Griffin, Blue Humor, Kayne West ... We share an EW Essay titled "Jane, Nubian Princess." EW reads the story "A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo" by Jill Twiss. We have a poem called " And You." Our music this go round is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, Stevie Wonder, Lauyrn Hill, the Hold Steady, the Velvet Underground, Ruth Etting, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard. Commercial Free, Small Batch Radio Crafted In the Moosic Mountains of Pennsylvania... Listen →

  • Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure - Episode 272
    by E.W. Conundrum on May 31, 2018 at 6:50 pm

    Everyday, Everday, Everyday I write the book... We have for your listening pleasure Episode 272 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure." We share as part of episode 272 a great conversation with Writer Richard Klin. Richard and I discuss How South Jersey Has Disappeared, His Recently Published Novel "Petroleum Transfer Engineer", the Intersection of Art & Politics, Pablo Neruda, Noam Chomsky, Reviewers, Becoming a Writer, How One Really Must Sit Down & Write... Episode 272 includes an EW Essay titled "Hullabaloo." Our Associate Producer Dr. Michael Pavese (aka Uncle Cesare) shares another poignant essay titled "Glad Rags." We have a poem called " Gladys." Our music this go round is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, the Beastie Boys, Madeleine Peyroux, Elvis Costello, Jerry Vale, Frank Sinatra & the McGuire Sisters, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard. Commercial Free, Small Batch Radio Listen →

  • Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure - Episode 271
    by E.W. Conundrum on May 23, 2018 at 1:21 pm

    Are You Crazy, Are You High or Just An Ordinary Guy??? We have for your listening pleasure Episode 271 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure." This episode features a beautiful conversation with regular contributor, Artist, Activist, Baker & Candlestick-maker Kitty Belle. Kitty Belle and I discuss the Superhero Mohammed Sayed a.k.a. Wheelchair Man, Childish Gambino's This is America, the Broken U.S. Two Party Democracy, and Making the Changes You Can... Episode 271 also includes an EW Essay titled "In." We share an article from BBC News titled "Wheelchair Man, Being Your Own Superhero" by Mohammed Sayed. We debut a poem called "Fragile." Our music this go round is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, Steely Dan, Nina Simone, Childish Gambino, the Who, Bob Willis & His Texas Playboys, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard. Commercial Free, Small Batch Radio Crafted In the Moosic Mountains of Listen →

  • Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure - Episode 270
    by E.W. Conundrum on May 16, 2018 at 5:03 pm

    Hello friends... We have for your listening pleasure Episode 270 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure." Episode 270 features a wonderful conversation with Composer & Librettist Richard Wargo. We discuss How He Became Interested in Music, A 50 Dollar Piano, Grandmother's Records, His Process When Writing an Opera, Hearing a Composition in His Head then as it is being Performed by an Orchestra, the Beauty & Human Value of Experiencing Artistic Expression... This episode also includes an EW Essay titled "Listen." Our Associate Producer Dr. Michael Pavese shares another finely crafted essay titled "Screamers & Smurls." We debut a poem called "Fable." Our music this week is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, Elvis Presley, the Band, Jeffrey Picon, Alicia Berneche, Thelonius Monk, Neil Young, Vintage Bluegrass Hoedown, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard. Commercial Free, Small Batch Radio Listen →

  • Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum - Episode 269
    by E.W. Conundrum on May 10, 2018 at 1:23 am

    May Flowers... We have for your listening pleasure "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure." Episode 269 features a great conversation with regular contributor, Environmental Law Attorney Michael Harris. Michael is the Director of the Wildlife Law Program for Friends of Animals. We discuss Wild Bison in Yellowstone, Conservation Ethics, Hunting Revenues to Fund National Parks, A False Sense of Wildness in the Western Lands of the U.S. The Poor Philosophy & Design of Our National Monument System, Habitat, The Selfies of a Macaque Monkey Named Naruto... Episode 269 includes an EW Essay titled "Naruto." Our Associate Producer Dr. Michael Pavese shares Two Indian Morality Tales: One on Compassion, The other on an Elephant as a Companion. We have a poem called "Knuckle." Our music this week is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, Bob Dorough, Spoon, Damien Allocate, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard. Listen →

  • Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure - Episode 268
    by E.W. Conundrum on May 2, 2018 at 8:12 pm

    Spring has sprung... We have for your listening pleasure Episode 268 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure." Episode 268 features an engaging conversation with acclaimed actor, playwright and lyricist David Cale. David and I discuss his Journey from England to the West Village and Ultimately to Broadway. We also talk about Making Ends Meet as an Artist. David shares some of his Thoughts Regarding the Writing and Production of Harry Clarke - his Critically Acclaimed one man Show presently running at the Minetta Lane Theater in NYC featuring Tony Award winning Actor Billy Crudup. We delve into several other areas of discourse as well - A Comparison of Stage Acting and Acting for Film, Writing Songs for Elvis Costello & Debbie Harry to sing, Art's Importance to Humanity... Episode 268 includes an EW Essay titled "Still." Our Associate Producer Dr. Michael Pavese shares another finely crafted & beautifully read essay titled "Kiss Today Listen →

  • Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure - Episode 267
    by E.W. Conundrum on May 1, 2018 at 12:43 am

    We have for your listening pleasure Episode 267 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure." This week we feature a conversation with our Resident Historian Serf William, and as fate would have it another of our regular contributors - the Global Hobo - happened to be visiting with the Serf. We discuss Marxists, Fake News & Fake Narratives, Trump's Condemnation of Capitalism, American Nonsense, Where Middle-Age Leads, Enjoying a Spring Day Walking & Drinking with a Friend... This week's sixty minutes includes an EW Essay titled "Beautiful Flowers." Our Associate Producer Dr. Michael Pavese shares the work of early twentieth century U. S. writer Edgar Lee Masters. We have a poem titled "Thick Headed." Our music this week is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, the Marlocks, Beck, Jimmy Cliff & the Greatful Dead, Wanda Jackson, Dispatch, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard. Commercial Free, Small Batch Listen →

  • Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure - Episode 266
    by E.W. Conundrum on April 18, 2018 at 9:07 pm

    Friends & Neighbors, we have for your listening pleasure Episode 266 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure." Episode 266 features a wonderful conversation with Social Justice Activist Casey R. Pegg. Casey and I discuss Intentional Communities in the UK. Social Justice, Questioning Authority, Being Gender Non Binary... Episode 266 includes an EW Essay titled "Be You." Our Associate Producer Dr. Michael Pavese shares another poignant essay written for this week's episode titled "A Sentimental Education." We have a poem called "A Bit Long." Our music this go round is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, Vampire Weekend, Sarah Jaffee, Benjamin Booker, the B-52s, Fontella Bass, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard. Commercial Free, Small Batch Radio Crafted In the Moosic Mountains of Pennsylvania... Heard All Over The World. Tell your Friends and Neighbors... Become a friend via facebook - Listen →

  • Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure - Episode 265
    by E.W. Conundrum on April 11, 2018 at 8:46 pm

    Friends and Neighbors we have for your listening pleasure Episode 265 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure." Episode 265 features a great conversation with our Resident Philosopher, Farmer & Winemaker Almighty Todd. The Almighty and I discuss How What a Person Physically, Visually & Intellectually Consumes Affects Their Consciousness, Evolution & Devolution, Cheesteaks & A Good Book... Episode 265 also includes an EW Essay titled "Tell Dad." EW reads (while adding a few choice lines) the Dr. Suess classic '"Hop On Pop." We have a poem called "April Kiss." Our music this go round is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, the Rolling Stones, Nick Drake, Wilco, Beck, Lucy Dacus, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard. Commercial Free, Small Batch Radio Crafted In the Moosic Mountains of Pennsylvania... Heard All Over The World. Share this episode with whomever you choose. Tell your Friends and Listen →

  • Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure - Episode 264
    by E.W. Conundrum on April 4, 2018 at 6:19 pm

    Troubadours & Raconteurs, We have archived for your listening pleasure Episode 264. We share a great conversation with Poet, Essayist & Digital Artist Will Dowd. Will and I discuss How He Came Into Writing, His Acclaimed Book of Essays titled "Areas of Fog," The Southie Parking Wars, The Weather, Emerson, Thoreau, Twain, Feeling Like a Weirdo, Writing so that One Might Be a Protagonist in Their Day to Day Existence... Episode 264 includes an EW Essay titled "Enough." Our Associate Producer Dr. Michael Pavese shares another original essay titled "Household Saints." We have a poem called "Bathtub." Our music this go round is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, Bill Withers, Stevie Ray Vaughan, 10,000 Maniacs, Jenny Lewis, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard. Commercial Free, Community Radio at its Finest. Small Batch Radio Crafted In the Moosic Mountains of Pennsylvania... Heard All Over The World. Share this Listen →

  • Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure - Episode 263
    by E.W. Conundrum on March 28, 2018 at 7:52 pm

    Troubadours & Raconteurs, it is harder without love, isn't it? We have for your listening pleasure Episode 263 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure" It features the debut of our newest regular contributor - Community Activist, Social Justice Leader, Politician & Artist Dwayne Heisler. Dwayne and I discuss Social and Legal Justice for fellow Citizens in LGBTQ communities, Bathrooms, Wedding Cakes, Trump in His Own Words, Predators, Love, Ignorance, Acceptance, Empathy, Legislative Efforts, Polls, Leadership, Gerrymandering, ... Episode 263 also includes an EW Essay titled "Over Priced Scones." Our Associate Producer Dr. Michael Pavese shares several Quotations from Chairman Mao. We have a poem called "Gong." Our music this go round is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, Blondie, Muse, Sufjan Stevens, Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit, Randy Nueman, Branford Marsalis and Terrence Blanchard. Commercial Listen →

  • Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure - Episode 262
    by E.W. Conundrum on March 21, 2018 at 5:42 pm

    Troubadours & Raconteurs, Do You Believe in Magic? We have just archived for your listening pleasure Episode 262 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure" Small Batch Radio Crafted In the Moosic Mountains of Pennsylvania... Heard All Over The World. Episode 262 features World Renowned Magicians, Escape Artists and Houdini Museum Curators Dorothy Dietrich & Dick Brookz. Dorothy, Dick and I discuss How They Came Into Magic, Running Away from Home, Growing Up with Magic in NYC, the Wonder, Vaudville, Teaching Muhammad Ali Magic, Brooke Shields, Tony Curtis, David Blaine, Dick Clark, Bobby Darin, Hocus Pocus, Levitation, Straight Jackets, Catching a Bullet in Your Mouth, Living on Frozen Waffles, Houdini as an Inspiration, Female Magicians, Magic as an Art Form... Episode 262's sixty minutes includes an EW Essay titled "Hocus Pocus." Our Associate Producer & Resident Essayist Dr. Michael Pavese (aka Uncle Cesare) shares another wonderfully Listen →

  • Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure - Episode 261
    by E.W. Conundrum on March 14, 2018 at 9:43 pm

    Troubadours & Raconteurs, What Would Jung Think? We have for your listening pleasure Episode 261 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure" Small Batch Radio crafted In the weathered Moosic Mountains of Pennsylvania... Heard All Over The World. Episode 261 features a grand conversation with a regular contributor to our program - J.Q. Public (aka Global Hobo.) The Hobo and I discuss His Friends in the Pyrenees, Zen Satori Bliss, Carl Jung, Personality Types, Jordan Peterson, Trans Rights Vs. Free Speech, Leftism, the Alt Right, Being Open, Nature Vs. Nurture, Curing the Republicans, Self-Understanding, Good Ideas & Bad Ones.. . This week's sixty minutes includes an EW Essay titled "Adieu." Our Associate Producer Dr. Michael Pavese shares some Carl Jung on the Collective Unconscious. We have a poem called "Trust." Our music this week is provided by these wonderful artists: Django Reinhardt, Stephan Grapelli, Olu Dora, James Maddock, J. Q. Public, Listen →

  • Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure - Episode 260
    by E.W. Conundrum on March 7, 2018 at 5:51 pm

    Troubadours & Raconteurs, Do You Believe in the Invisible Hand and the Sandman? We have for your listening pleasure Episode 260 of "Troubadours and Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum Demure" Small Batch Radio crafted In North Eastern Pennsylvania... Heard All Over The World. This week we have a conversation with Chicago based Community Building Activist Brad McConnell. Brad and I discuss His Work for Mayor Rahm Emanuel as Deputy Commissioner and Chief Operating Officer at the City of Chicago’s Department of Planning and Development, the History & Importance of Microlending, Business Driven Community Activism, Trust Circles, Meaningful Work. This week's sixty minutes includes an EW Essay titled "Morrison." Our Associate Producer & Resident Essayist Dr. Michael Pavese (aka Uncle Cesare) shares another wonderfully written and beautifully read piece titled "The Notebooks of Brady O'Leary." We have a poem called "Freakin' Mall." Our music this week is Listen →

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