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How to end poverty and end crime all in one swoop

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Put fathers back in the home.

No amount of government money being thrown at this will fix it. And yes, when it says fathers it means BIOLOGICAL fathers.

Thanks in advance.

Statistics About Fatherless Homes

#1. 85% of youth who are currently in prison grew up in a fatherless home. (Texas Department of Corrections)

#2. 7 out of every 10 youth that are housed in state-operated correctional facilities, including detention and residential treatment, come from a fatherless home. (U.S. Department of Justice)

#3. 39% of students in the United States, from the first grade to their senior year of high school, do not have a father at home. Children without a father are 4 times more likely to be living in poverty than children with a father. (National Public Radio)

#4. Children from fatherless homes are twice as likely to drop out from school before graduating than children who have a father in their lives. (National Public Radio)

#5. 24.7 million children in the United States live in a home where their biological father is not present. That equates to 1 in every 3 children in the United States not having access to their father. (National Public Radio)

#6. Girls who live in a fatherless home have a 100% higher risk of suffering from obesity than girls who have their father present. Teen girls from fatherless homes are also 4 times more likely to become mothers before the age of 20. (National Public Radio)

#7. 57% of the fatherless homes in the United States involved African-American/Black households. Hispanic households have a 31% fatherless rate, while Caucasian/White households have a 20% fatherless rate. (National Public Radio)

#8. In 2011, 44% of children in homes headed by a single mother were living in poverty. Just 12% of children in married-couple families were living in poverty. (U.S. Census Bureau)

#9. Children who live in a single-parent home are more than 2 times more likely to commit suicide than children in a two-parent home. (The Lancet)

#10. 72% of Americans believe that a fatherless home is the most significant social problem and family problem that is facing their country. (National Center for Fathering)

#11. Only 68% of children will spend their entire childhood with an intact family. (U.S. Census Bureau)

#12. 75% of rapists are motivated by displaced anger that is associated with feelings of abandonment that involves their father. (U.S. Department of Justice)

#13. Living in a fatherless home is a contributing factor to substance abuse, with children from such homes accounting for 75% of adolescent patients being treated in substance abuse centers. (U.S. Department of Justice)

#14. 85% of all children which exhibit some type of a behavioral disorder come from a fatherless home. (U.S. Department of Justice)

#15. 90% of the youth in the United States who decide to run away from home, or become homeless for any reason, originally come from a fatherless home. (U.S. Department of Justice)

#16. 63% of youth suicides involve a child who was living in a fatherless home when they made their final decision. (U.S. Department of Justice)

#17. Children who live in a single-parent or step-family home report less schoolwork monitoring, less social supervision, and lower educational expectations than children who come from two-parent homes. (American Sociological Review)

#18. Even when poverty levels are equal, children who come from a two-parent home outperform children who come from a one-parent home. (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services)

#19. Within the African-American/Black community, about 2.5 million fathers live with their children, while 1.7 million fathers are not living with them. (Huffington Post)

#20. In a 2014 study, only 3% of single mothers fell into the strongest demographic groups, while 44% fell into the weakest demographic groups. (Brookings)

#21. About 40% of children in the United States are born to mothers who are not married. Over 60% of these children were born to mothers who were under the age of 30%. (CDC)

#22. 25% of children are the age of 18 are currently being raised without the presence of a father. Around 50% of single mothers have never married. 29% are divorced. Only 1 in 5 are either separated or widowed.

#23. In single-mother households, 50% involve just one child. 30% of single mothers are raising two children on their own. (U.S. Census Bureau)

#24. 27% of single mothers were jobless for the entire year while taking care of their children. Only 22% of those who were out of work were receiving unemployment benefits at the time. (U.S. Census Bureau)

#25. The median income for a household with a single mother is $35,400. The median income for a home with a married couple raising their children is $85,300 in the United States. Two-thirds of low-income working families with children are in the African-American community. (U.S. Census Bureau)

#26. Over 30% of fatherless homes are classified as being food insecure, yet only 13% of homes will utilize the services of a food pantry. Over 30% of fatherless homes also spend more than half of their income on housing costs, which classifies the household as experiencing a severe housing burden. (U.S. Department of Agriculture)

#27. In the United States, Mississippi has the highest number of fatherless homes, with 36% of households falling into the category. Louisiana comes in second at 34%, while Alabama is third at 31%. (U.S. Census Bureau)

#28. Children who live in a fatherless home are 279% more likely to deal drugs or carry firearms for offensive purposes compared to children who live with their fathers. (Allen and Lo)

#29. 92% of the parents who are currently in prison in the United States are fathers. (Glaze and Maruschak)

#30. Pregnant women who do not have the support of the father experience pregnancy loss at a 48% rate. When the father is present, the prevalence of pregnancy loss falls to 22%. (Shah, Gee, and Theall)

#31. For single dads, 39% of households had a family income which was $50,000 or more. 44% of single dads were divorced, while only 33% had never married. (U.S. Census Bureau)

#32. 43% of fathers do not see their role as something that is important to their personal identity. 54% of fathers in the U.S. say that parenting isn’t enjoyable all of the time. (Pew Research)

#33. Even in homes with fathers, the modern dad spends only 8 hours per week on child care, which is 6 hours less than the modern mom. On the other hand, 43% of the modern dad’s time is spent with paid work, compared to 25% of the time for the modern mom. Dads are spending 3 times more time with their kids than dads did in 1965. (Pew Research)

#34. Only 5% of households in the United States say that the ideal situation is to have the mother work and the father stay home to take care of the children. (Pew Research)

#35. 53% of Americans say that mothers do a better job at parenting than fathers. Only 1% of Americans say that fathers are able to do a better job at parenting than mothers. (Pew Research)

#36. 70% of adults say it is equally important for a newborn to spend time bonding with their father and their mother. (Pew Research)
 
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72% of Black households are run by a single parent who are women.

And the US spends more on welfare to fix it than any other country.

"The report noted that public spending on child welfare and education is higher in the U.S. than in other countries — $160,000 per child compared to $149,000. However, the authors say most of that money is spent after the crucial early childhood years."

The author seems to think that giving money earlier would change outcomes, but I highly doubt it. But don't expect big government Progressives to ever abandon ship. They will never concede that simply throwing money at problems and taxing people to death could ever not make the world a better place. It's basically all they know as they have rejected everything else.

Reparations anyone?

Blacks commit crimes more than 3 times that of other racial groups with fatherless run households leading the charge in this orgy of crime and poverty within the black culture


Did I forget that defunding the police is also not the answer either?

LOL.
 
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Put fathers back in the home.

No amount of government money being thrown at this will fix it. And yes, when it says fathers it means BIOLOGICAL fathers.

Thanks in advance.

Statistics About Fatherless Homes

#1. 85% of youth who are currently in prison grew up in a fatherless home. (Texas Department of Corrections)

#2. 7 out of every 10 youth that are housed in state-operated correctional facilities, including detention and residential treatment, come from a fatherless home. (U.S. Department of Justice)

#3. 39% of students in the United States, from the first grade to their senior year of high school, do not have a father at home. Children without a father are 4 times more likely to be living in poverty than children with a father. (National Public Radio)

#4. Children from fatherless homes are twice as likely to drop out from school before graduating than children who have a father in their lives. (National Public Radio)

#5. 24.7 million children in the United States live in a home where their biological father is not present. That equates to 1 in every 3 children in the United States not having access to their father. (National Public Radio)

#6. Girls who live in a fatherless home have a 100% higher risk of suffering from obesity than girls who have their father present. Teen girls from fatherless homes are also 4 times more likely to become mothers before the age of 20. (National Public Radio)

#7. 57% of the fatherless homes in the United States involved African-American/Black households. Hispanic households have a 31% fatherless rate, while Caucasian/White households have a 20% fatherless rate. (National Public Radio)

#8. In 2011, 44% of children in homes headed by a single mother were living in poverty. Just 12% of children in married-couple families were living in poverty. (U.S. Census Bureau)

#9. Children who live in a single-parent home are more than 2 times more likely to commit suicide than children in a two-parent home. (The Lancet)

#10. 72% of Americans believe that a fatherless home is the most significant social problem and family problem that is facing their country. (National Center for Fathering)

#11. Only 68% of children will spend their entire childhood with an intact family. (U.S. Census Bureau)

#12. 75% of rapists are motivated by displaced anger that is associated with feelings of abandonment that involves their father. (U.S. Department of Justice)

#13. Living in a fatherless home is a contributing factor to substance abuse, with children from such homes accounting for 75% of adolescent patients being treated in substance abuse centers. (U.S. Department of Justice)

#14. 85% of all children which exhibit some type of a behavioral disorder come from a fatherless home. (U.S. Department of Justice)

#15. 90% of the youth in the United States who decide to run away from home, or become homeless for any reason, originally come from a fatherless home. (U.S. Department of Justice)

#16. 63% of youth suicides involve a child who was living in a fatherless home when they made their final decision. (U.S. Department of Justice)

#17. Children who live in a single-parent or step-family home report less schoolwork monitoring, less social supervision, and lower educational expectations than children who come from two-parent homes. (American Sociological Review)

#18. Even when poverty levels are equal, children who come from a two-parent home outperform children who come from a one-parent home. (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services)

#19. Within the African-American/Black community, about 2.5 million fathers live with their children, while 1.7 million fathers are not living with them. (Huffington Post)

#20. In a 2014 study, only 3% of single mothers fell into the strongest demographic groups, while 44% fell into the weakest demographic groups. (Brookings)

#21. About 40% of children in the United States are born to mothers who are not married. Over 60% of these children were born to mothers who were under the age of 30%. (CDC)

#22. 25% of children are the age of 18 are currently being raised without the presence of a father. Around 50% of single mothers have never married. 29% are divorced. Only 1 in 5 are either separated or widowed.

#23. In single-mother households, 50% involve just one child. 30% of single mothers are raising two children on their own. (U.S. Census Bureau)

#24. 27% of single mothers were jobless for the entire year while taking care of their children. Only 22% of those who were out of work were receiving unemployment benefits at the time. (U.S. Census Bureau)

#25. The median income for a household with a single mother is $35,400. The median income for a home with a married couple raising their children is $85,300 in the United States. Two-thirds of low-income working families with children are in the African-American community. (U.S. Census Bureau)

#26. Over 30% of fatherless homes are classified as being food insecure, yet only 13% of homes will utilize the services of a food pantry. Over 30% of fatherless homes also spend more than half of their income on housing costs, which classifies the household as experiencing a severe housing burden. (U.S. Department of Agriculture)

#27. In the United States, Mississippi has the highest number of fatherless homes, with 36% of households falling into the category. Louisiana comes in second at 34%, while Alabama is third at 31%. (U.S. Census Bureau)

#28. Children who live in a fatherless home are 279% more likely to deal drugs or carry firearms for offensive purposes compared to children who live with their fathers. (Allen and Lo)

#29. 92% of the parents who are currently in prison in the United States are fathers. (Glaze and Maruschak)

#30. Pregnant women who do not have the support of the father experience pregnancy loss at a 48% rate. When the father is present, the prevalence of pregnancy loss falls to 22%. (Shah, Gee, and Theall)

#31. For single dads, 39% of households had a family income which was $50,000 or more. 44% of single dads were divorced, while only 33% had never married. (U.S. Census Bureau)

#32. 43% of fathers do not see their role as something that is important to their personal identity. 54% of fathers in the U.S. say that parenting isn’t enjoyable all of the time. (Pew Research)

#33. Even in homes with fathers, the modern dad spends only 8 hours per week on child care, which is 6 hours less than the modern mom. On the other hand, 43% of the modern dad’s time is spent with paid work, compared to 25% of the time for the modern mom. Dads are spending 3 times more time with their kids than dads did in 1965. (Pew Research)

#34. Only 5% of households in the United States say that the ideal situation is to have the mother work and the father stay home to take care of the children. (Pew Research)

#35. 53% of Americans say that mothers do a better job at parenting than fathers. Only 1% of Americans say that fathers are able to do a better job at parenting than mothers. (Pew Research)

#36. 70% of adults say it is equally important for a newborn to spend time bonding with their father and their mother. (Pew Research)
it wont end it, but it sure will reduce it a LOT,,,
 

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I prefer the "send them back to Africa" solution.

That will tremendously reduce crime in the US.
 
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Here is an idea, let's get God out of the classroom. Oh, I guess they did this in 1960, my bad.


1. Before 1963 divorce rates had been declining for 15 years. After 1963 divorces increased 300% each year for the next 15 years.

2. Since 1963 unmarried people living together is up 353%

3. Since 1963 single parent families are up 140%.

4. Since 1963 single parent families with children are up 160%.

C. Education1. The educational standard of measure has been the SAT scores. SAT scores had been steady for many years before 1963. From 1963 they rapidly declined for 18 consecutive years, even though the same test has been used since 1941.

2. In 1974-75 the rate of decline of the SAT scores decreased, even though they continued to decline. That was when there was an explosion of private religious schools. There were only 1000 Christian schools in 1965. Between 1974 to 1984 they increased to 32,000. a. That could have an impact if the private schools had higher SAT scores. In checking with the SAT Board it was found that indeed the SAT scores for private schools were nearly 100 points higher than public schools.

b. In fact the scores were at the point where the public schools had been before their decline started in 1963 when prayer and Bible reading/ instruction was removed from the schools.

c. The scores in the public schools were still declining.

3. Of the nation's top academic scholars, three times as many come from private religious schools, which operate on one-third the funds as do the public schools.

D. The Nation

1. Since 1963 violent crime has increased 544%.

3. Illegal drugs have become an enormous & uncontrollable problem.

2. The nation has been deprived of an estimated 30 million citizens through legal abortions just since 1973.

excerpt from What Happened When The Praying Stopped?

Sound good to everyone?

There, just take God out of our culture and keep throwing money at things creating a debt higher than any in human history.

What could possibly go wrong?
 

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Statistics About Fatherless Homes

#1. 85% of youth who are currently in prison grew up in a fatherless home. (Texas Department of Corrections)
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Of the 85% of current prisoners that grew up in Fatherless Homes ...
how many of those fathers were not in the home because they were doing time in prison as the result of
Mandatory Minimum Sentencing requirement for non violent drug offenses?

I mean, if we lock up men for 15-20 years ... Well, that father isn't in the home for the entire adolescent lives of their children.
It may be true that the fathers are failing, but we may not be helping them any either.

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72% of Black households are run by a single parent who are women.

And the US spends more on welfare to fix it than any other country.

"The report noted that public spending on child welfare and education is higher in the U.S. than in other countries — $160,000 per child compared to $149,000. However, the authors say most of that money is spent after the crucial early childhood years."

The author seems to think that giving money earlier would change outcomes, but I highly doubt it. But don't expect big government Progressives to ever abandon ship. They will never concede that simply throwing money at problems and taxing people to death could ever not make the world a better place. It's basically all they know as they have rejected everything else.

Reparations anyone?

Blacks commit crimes more than 3 times that of other racial groups with fatherless run households leading the charge in this orgy of crime and poverty within the black culture


Did I forget that defunding the police is also not the answer either?

LOL.

The left has been working hard for DECADES to make sure as few black children as possible grow up in a house with a father.

Racists like Joe Biden made putting black men in prison their life's work.

The DNC/Planned Parenthood alliance has worked hard to decimate the black population.

Leftist policies keep black people in shitty schools, dangerous neighborhoods, and dependent on the government for everything.

It's all part of their plan.
 

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Statistics About Fatherless Homes

#1. 85% of youth who are currently in prison grew up in a fatherless home. (Texas Department of Corrections)
.

Of the 85% of current prisoners that grew up in Fatherless Homes ...
how many of those fathers were not in the home because they were doing time in prison as the result of
Mandatory Minimum Sentencing requirement for non violent drug offenses?

I mean, if we lock up men for 15-20 years ... Well, that father isn't in the home for the entire adolescent lives of their children.
It may be true that the fathers are failing, but we may not be helping them any either.

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unless they were in prison because they didnt have a father in the home,,

its a viscous cycle that needs addressed,,
 

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unless they were in prison because they didnt have a father in the home,,

its a viscous cycle that needs addressed,,
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I am not saying that crimes will not lead to more crimes, a cycle of generational failure, or a less than productive environment.
I was simply pondering to what extent do we ensure that cycle continues, through our efforts to address non violent drug offenses
in a manner that requires the homes to be fatherless.

The responsibility of one's actions rests on them.
That includes our actions as a society and the consequences of those actions.

If we attempt to avoid the responsibility, to whatever degree it may exist, then we are also failing.
At that point, the premise of the OP could simply be changed to ... "If we were all better people, the world would be a better place".

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unless they were in prison because they didnt have a father in the home,,

its a viscous cycle that needs addressed,,
.

I am not saying that crimes will not lead to more crimes, a cycle of generational failure, or a less than productive environment.
I was simply pondering to what extent do we ensure that cycle continues, through our efforts to address non violent drug offenses
in a manner that requires the homes to be fatherless.

The responsibility of one's actions rests on them.
That includes our actions as a society and the consequences of those actions.

If we attempt to avoid the responsibility, to whatever degree it may exist, then we are also failing.
At that point, the premise of the OP could simply be changed to ... "If we were all better people, the world would be a better place".

.
other than ending the war on drugs and the welfare system I dont know a way to stop the cycle,,

those are the only two things I see fueling it,,
 
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unless they were in prison because they didnt have a father in the home,,

its a viscous cycle that needs addressed,,
.

I am not saying that crimes will not lead to more crimes, a cycle of generational failure, or a less than productive environment.
I was simply pondering to what extent do we ensure that cycle continues, through our efforts to address non violent drug offenses
in a manner that requires the homes to be fatherless.

The responsibility of one's actions rests on them.
That includes our actions as a society and the consequences of those actions.

If we attempt to avoid the responsibility, to whatever degree it may exist, then we are also failing.
At that point, the premise of the OP could simply be changed to ... "If we were all better people, the world would be a better place".

.
Perhaps a judge should look at whether the father of the child is married to the mother and if the father is a "good" father and husband as to what kind of sentencing they receive.
 

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unless they were in prison because they didnt have a father in the home,,

its a viscous cycle that needs addressed,,
.

I am not saying that crimes will not lead to more crimes, a cycle of generational failure, or a less than productive environment.
I was simply pondering to what extent do we ensure that cycle continues, through our efforts to address non violent drug offenses
in a manner that requires the homes to be fatherless.

The responsibility of one's actions rests on them.
That includes our actions as a society and the consequences of those actions.

If we attempt to avoid the responsibility, to whatever degree it may exist, then we are also failing.
At that point, the premise of the OP could simply be changed to ... "If we were all better people, the world would be a better place".

.
other than ending the war on drugs and the welfare system I dont know a way to stop the cycle,,

those are the only two things I see fueling it,,
Equal protection of the law for unemployment compensation in our at-will employment States can solve simple poverty in a market friendly manner via that form of full employment of capital resources.
 

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other than ending the war on drugs and the welfare system I dont know a way to stop the cycle,,

those are the only two things I see fueling it,,
.

That's a decent way of looking at it ... And perhaps what we don't know is that fact we are failing.

Young industrious people, have earning capabilities, ambition and desires.
They often turn to drug crimes because it is easier and shows a quicker return.

Those people can run a business, and do so with more skill than a lot of people in a legitimate business.
We have to figure out a way to give them something better to produce and sell ...
And a bridge that crosses the gap of returns, on the monetary, or basic responsibility conditions.

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Perhaps a judge should look at whether the father of the child is married to the mother and if the father is a "good" father and husband as to what kind of sentencing they receive.
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A judge doesn't have that opportunity in regards to Mandatory Minimum Sentencing requirements.
But I understand what you are saying.


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other than ending the war on drugs and the welfare system I dont know a way to stop the cycle,,

those are the only two things I see fueling it,,
.

That's a decent way of looking at it ... And perhaps what we don't know is that fact we are failing.

Young industrious people, have earning capabilities, ambition and desires.
They often turn to drug crimes because it is easier and shows a quicker return.

Those people can run a business, and do so with more skill than a lot of people in a legitimate business.
We have to figure out a way to give them something better to produce and sell ...
And a bridge that crosses the gap of returns, on the monetary, or basic responsibility conditions.

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Equal protection of the law is all the socialism we need.
 

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I prefer the "send them back to Africa" solution.

That will tremendously reduce crime in the US.


Been saying that for years. Offer a FREE one-way ticket to Africa to anyone who wishes to ditch the US of A. No questions asked. Hell, we might get rid of some of these white assholes at the same time.

But no.

"A country so damned great that even her haters won't leave."
 

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Equal protection of the law is all the socialism we need.
.

Socialism is one of the problems, because laws that attempt to establish a responsibility to the collective ...
Cannot protect the individual's freedoms, ambitions, or property from the government.

One of the largest obstacles young people will encounter when starting a business is the government ...
At every level with zoning restrictions, licensing, permits, fees, workers comp insurance, unemployment insurance and matching SS and Medicare taxes on employees.

If a person is left to their ability to pursue their ambitions and produce at cost ...
They wouldn't need anything, and their success would not be hindered by government.

If an employee could have the money the employer pays the government just for giving them a job, they would be making more.
Most employees don't know how much their employer has to pay on top of what they ever get in earnings.
It isn't what you see on your pay stub, or what the government takes out of that.

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other than ending the war on drugs and the welfare system I dont know a way to stop the cycle,,

those are the only two things I see fueling it,,
.

That's a decent way of looking at it ... And perhaps what we don't know is that fact we are failing.

Young industrious people, have earning capabilities, ambition and desires.
They often turn to drug crimes because it is easier and shows a quicker return.

Those people can run a business, and do so with more skill than a lot of people in a legitimate business.
We have to figure out a way to give them something better to produce and sell ...
And a bridge that crosses the gap of returns, on the monetary, or basic responsibility conditions.

.
Indeed. The same reason we have fatherless homes is the same reason kids are seeking unethical easy ways to make money. Taking the easy road can often have deleterious effects on society at large. But in the end, not taking the easy path would ultimately be better for the father as well, they just have no wisdom to see it.

Again, you can't buy morality/wisdom for people, nor can you pass laws insisting they find some. And in a secular society and government where all they care about is money and power, verse moral fiber and wisdom, it stands to reason they are just as clueless to help these people are they are clueless to help themselves.

I mean really, the President's own son is a drug addict who chases whores.
 
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Put fathers back in the home.

No amount of government money being thrown at this will fix it. And yes, when it says fathers it means BIOLOGICAL fathers.

Thanks in advance.
Spay/Neuter programs would do the job.
 

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