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U.S. Rep. Hanabusa wants Memorial Day date changed

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U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa wants to move the date of Memorial Day to encourage more Americans to focus on honoring military service members.

The congresswoman from Hawaii planned to introduce a bill Thursday changing Memorial Day from the last Monday of the month to May 30th.

Hanabusa says “many Americans have begun to celebrate the long weekend as the beginning of summer rather than honoring those who died courageously in battle.”

The weekend is known for shopping and leisure activities as well as memorial services.

Hanabusa says the holiday was originally celebrated on May 30th until Congress changed the date in 1968.

She says she is carrying on the effort of the late Sen. Daniel Inouye from Hawaii, who advocated a date change during his career.






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Maneki_Neko wrote:
Methinks she needs more to do.
on May 30,2013 | 07:19PM
Anonymous wrote:
That's her best opening salvo against the senior Senator from Hawaii?
on May 30,2013 | 07:28PM
false wrote:
Schatz has said he will work to reduce climate change, seek federal recognition for native Hawaiians and reform the senate rules so the filibuster cannot be used to block so many decisions.

From Colleen, I have heard: Senator Inouye wanted ME appointed. And we should change the date of Memorial Day. Oh, and Senator Inouye wanted that, too!

This election will be easier for me than I had originally thought.


on May 31,2013 | 06:52AM
soundofreason wrote:
Still no Jessica's Law on the books even though she told O'Reilly she supports it and THIS is what she wants changed? Really? Get some priorities lady.
on May 30,2013 | 07:59PM
bender wrote:
Or the repeal of the Jones Act.
on May 31,2013 | 05:32AM
Larry01 wrote:
Well, it's not like she can snap her fingers and Jessica's Law get passed, so that's just a teeny bit unfair. However, this Memorial Day thing is pretty lame.
on May 31,2013 | 07:04AM
Hanalei13 wrote:
Such legislation would need to be introduced at the State Legislature. Get a brain, soundofreason.
on May 31,2013 | 08:10AM
2_centz wrote:
Now I know why Neil chose Brian S. instead of taking Dan's advice. Neil knew better. Thanks Neil.
on May 30,2013 | 09:16PM
false wrote:
Here are the issues I have seen Schatz say are important to him: work to reduce climate change, seek federal recognition for native Hawaiians and reform the filibuster so the US Senate can approve some Obama appointments and federal judges, and PASS SOME BILLS.

This is what I have heard from Colleen: Senator Inouye wanted ME appointed and we should move the date for Memorial Day. Oh, and Senator Inouye wanted that, too.

This choice is going to be easier than I thought.


on May 31,2013 | 06:46AM
false wrote:
Sorry for the double post. The software running this site is very buggy.
on May 31,2013 | 06:54AM
GooglyMoogly wrote:
The SA comments platform sucks. Buggy as hell, like you said.
on May 31,2013 | 11:03AM
SteveToo wrote:
To all you Bozo's that never served, for once she is doing the RIGHT THING.
on May 30,2013 | 11:05PM
Eradication wrote:
Absolutely spot on comment. Most folks don't understand. They would rather continue with forgetting about our fallen brothers and sisters and not have their long weekends at the beach and BBQ's disturbed.
on May 30,2013 | 11:30PM
Kawipoo wrote:
Eradicate yourself bozo!
on May 31,2013 | 04:16AM
bender wrote:
Eventually May 30 will fall on a Monday or Friday so there will still be 3 day weekends. Those that want to conduct memorial services can still do it whether it is the last Monday of May or May 30th. I don't think changing the date is going to make a difference to the average person in the street, only those who do something special.
on May 31,2013 | 05:31AM
bumbye wrote:
Isn't that her point - that more people should be doing something special, so set aside a special date so it doesn't get blurred. Yeah, it'll make 3 day weekends at times, but for the most part it won't.
on May 31,2013 | 09:07AM
iarakaki wrote:
If the 30th lands on a Sat or Sun, the "day-off" will be moved to either Fri or Mon...so technically, there will be more 3 day weekends than not. I just find it interesting that a Democrat is trying to change policy with the intent to instill certain "values" on the public...wonder if the ACLU will file a lawsuit. This being said, we all owe our service men and women a tremendous amount of gratitude and should honor them regardless of the day.
on May 31,2013 | 10:02AM
hanalei395 wrote:
It's not going to happen. Memorial Day will always be the last Monday in May, along with the Lantern Floating Ceremony in Hawai'i.
on May 31,2013 | 06:41AM
boshio wrote:
Can't understand Hanabusa's energy always on something not that important. Nah, its ok, she won"t be around much longer.
on May 31,2013 | 07:20AM
GooglyMoogly wrote:
I think if she really means what she says, she should push to make it a day of observance, and take away the holiday. When you give people a day off, what does she expect they'll do with it?
on May 31,2013 | 11:02AM
saywhatyouthink wrote:
Holidays are ALWAYS better on a monday or friday. Common sense, I can guarantee you it makes no difference to the dead which day Memorial day is celebrated.
on May 31,2013 | 12:35AM
omd111 wrote:
We have a day to remember. Why is a number of the month so important to that? How much energy and money are we wasting on this? Don't we have more important matters for our lawmakers to deal with. HanaBOZO needs to go.
on May 31,2013 | 06:06AM
Larry01 wrote:
I served. And I like the three day weekend, SteveToo. Keep Memorial Day where it is.
on May 31,2013 | 07:05AM
Mythman wrote:
I served and believe me, changing the date will not the ever decreasing amount of those who remember our service. they are more obsessed with apps and hook ups than old men and women who made this country the free world bastion that it is? Or is it? Colleen failed to have Dan's stroke as evidenced by the FCC yanking the SIC's chain on the subsidies. come on, now. Brian is no saint for being in the control of KSBE but he is my candidate in any match up.
on May 31,2013 | 10:07AM
Ronin006 wrote:
I am being targeted by the SA. Most of my comments are being sent for approval. Here is the latest: “Hanabusa apparently does not know that the official and traditional Memorial Day is May30th and has been since it began and that it is celebrated on the last Monday of May to give most Americans a three-day weekend instead of a holiday off in the middle of the week. She may think she is being patriotic by her proposal but she will lose the vote of most people who love three-day weekends.” Can anyone tell me why it was sent for approval?
on May 31,2013 | 02:37AM
Locokane wrote:
I agree that Hanabusa should be working on legislation that will improve our lives not changing the date of Memorial Day. I don't know why the late Senator Inouye thought she would be his best replacement!
on May 31,2013 | 06:52AM
usahwn wrote:
Inouye's wishes were not honored. You obviously cannot use your own talents. Stop doing nonsense and be responsible to the people of Hawaii as a representative.
on May 30,2013 | 07:31PM
cojef wrote:
Riding on the coat tails of others, no originality! That's my take, elect a Republican, maybe it will change the dynamics of Hawaiian politics.
on May 31,2013 | 08:30AM
Ppoms wrote:
Waste time....
on May 30,2013 | 08:01PM
blackmurano wrote:
All Democrats are the same: Kill the unborn, and support homosexual marriage.
on May 30,2013 | 08:06PM
Eradication wrote:
What's that have to do with Memorial Day, Bozo?
on May 30,2013 | 11:30PM
Sid_Hartha wrote:
What if some of the unborn are gay?
on May 31,2013 | 06:11AM
pakeheat wrote:
You mean some of the unborn are already "GAY", how do you know that?
on May 31,2013 | 08:55AM
Sid_Hartha wrote:
The hormonal theory of sexuality holds that, just as exposure to certain hormones plays a role in fetal sex differentiation, such exposure also influences the sexual orientation that emerges later in the adult. Differences in brain structure that come about from hormones and genes interacting on developing brain cells are believed to be the basis of sex differences in countless behaviors, including sexual orientation. Prenatal factors that affect or interfere with the interaction of these hormones on the developing brain can influence later sex-typed behavior in children. This hypothesis is originated from countless experimental studies in non-human mammals, yet the argument that similar effects can be seen in human neurobehavioral development is a much debated topic among scholars. Recent studies, however, have provided evidence in support of prenatal androgen exposure influencing childhood sex-typed behavior.
on May 31,2013 | 11:22AM
duggidug wrote:
Glad Rep Hanabusa is working hard to make our lives better. And she wants to be Senator?
on May 30,2013 | 08:22PM
mijlive wrote:
puhleeze-this is the best you have?
on May 30,2013 | 08:24PM
Nevadan wrote:
She has nothing to do.
on May 30,2013 | 08:25PM
kainalu wrote:
Come on, Hanabusa. Riding the coat tail of Inouye has become embarrassing.
on May 30,2013 | 08:31PM
Thegame wrote:
I don't know what she was doing but I saw a lot of honoring of military service members. Just because she can have a 3-day weekend whenever she wants, doesn't mean the rest of us can. There are A LOT of other big problems going on in this country and she is wasting time with this stuff. Hopefully, this will irritate enough people so she doesn't get elected.
on May 30,2013 | 08:46PM
Mana07 wrote:
As a military retiree I must say...Ms. Hanabusa...are you kidding?! Is this all you have to do?! Are you serious?! What the #$%^?
on May 30,2013 | 09:03PM
2_centz wrote:
I know I'm safe to say that Colleen H. hasn't found her true self yet, I hope she does. One of the biggest obstacle for Hawaii's people is to learn to be themselves. Colleen needs to stop pretending she knows how to be a representative and just be one. Easily said, difficult to take in. Ego needs to be busted, and rid of.
on May 30,2013 | 09:23PM
LMO wrote:
But we are paying her salary while she figures out who she wants to be when she grows up!
on May 31,2013 | 02:07AM
Mythman wrote:
She needs to go on a weekend retreat with Ariaana Huffington....
on May 31,2013 | 10:09AM
brusselsprouts wrote:
i am offended. if i think about our fallen and those who have served on a tuesday in april is that too soon? and so what if you move it to the 30th of may? what the heck did you accomplish? for many it may just be "Memorial day is coming up time for vacation thanks to the men and women who have sacrificed their lives for me and my family." are you going to force us to go to a parades? wear a black black arm band? and what about the 4th of July? will we be allowed to "take a moment of thought and gratitude" in regards to all those who have given their all for us? or should we just concentrate being independent? i'm more concerned about someone being raped outside their residence at 10:30 in the morning or people being stabbed at 5:30 in the morning, over development of our lands, pollution, corruption, waist of government funds, and the sky falling down.
on May 30,2013 | 09:25PM
Wazdat wrote:
WOW, this is what she is focusing on in DC. Time to send her PACKING for GOOD.
on May 30,2013 | 09:36PM
mikethenovice wrote:
I'm sure that the dead soldiers who fought for our freedom are smiling now.
on May 30,2013 | 09:36PM
Eradication wrote:
Irrresponsible and stupid comment.
on May 30,2013 | 11:32PM
mikethenovice wrote:
Change Christmas to summer time while your at it. That way, I can avoid the snow on the Pali highway.
on May 30,2013 | 09:38PM
Sunny wrote:
How about having all Holidays fall on Monday or Friday so we have more long weekends!
on May 31,2013 | 07:09AM
kahuku01 wrote:
IRT:mikethenovice: Christmas! ah yes, just a thought since people are picking their brains about Colleen wanting to introduce a bill to change Memorial day from the last Monday of May to May 30th. What would be her logic for changing it from the last Monday of May to may 30th? Why not leave it the way it is and have the last Monday of May observed as Memorial Day. By having Memorial day observed on the last Monday of May, the work week will not have to be broken up in the middle of the week if it was observed on May 30. But since you've mentioned Christmas, the celebration of Thanksgiving and Christmas should be changed to the last Friday of November and December. There is a logic to this. Because Thanksgiving and Christmas is traditionally a time for families to travel and celebrate and spend time together, wouldn't it be nice and convenient for families to spend the three day weekend celebrating the joyous season and not worrying about having to go back to work the next day, especially if those days fell on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Sunday? Congress would have to vote if a bill like this was ever introduced by a congress person. Just a thought..nothing to get excited about.
on May 31,2013 | 11:17AM
Anonymous wrote:
Don't waste your time, Ms Hanabusa and especially don't waste ours. Is this the most productive, urgent matter on your agenda? Please re-look at your "to do" list and re-prioritize. If you were in a private company you would be reprimanded wasting company time.
on May 30,2013 | 09:39PM
Anonymous wrote:
You think that idea would work? You think that would change people's hearts and attitudes? Simplistic thinking. You don't know people very well.
on May 30,2013 | 09:41PM
leahi2 wrote:
What the hell is Rep Hanabusa trying to do? I mean after all we have a Veterans Day when we honor the vets both dead or alive. And so Memorial Day is for us to honor all our dead both Vets or non Vets. Now think about this, when I was a Kid, many years ago, Memorial Day was called DECORATION DAY! So we all commemorate our deceased loved ones. Not just the Veterans on that day in May. Now don't get me wrong about these fallen heroes who deserve to be remembered and honored but so do all our other loved ones past. There should be an emphasis that everyone else is an american and not just the veterans. Yeah, Hanabusa, don't you have anything else to do or think abour?
on May 30,2013 | 09:50PM
lynnh wrote:
I appreciate what you are trying to say, but your facts are a wrong. Memorial Day is a day to honor our fallen soldiers. "Memorial Day is a United States federal holiday which occurs every year on the final Monday of May. Memorial Day is a day of remembering the men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. Formerly known as Decoration Day, it originated after the American Civil War to commemorate the Union and Confederate soldiers who died in the Civil War. By the 20th century, Memorial Day had been extended to honor all Americans who have died while in the military service.
on May 30,2013 | 11:14PM
Nalukai wrote:
What a clown, LOL !!!!
on May 30,2013 | 10:16PM
lynnh wrote:
This woman is psychotic! How dare her. I would like to see her go up to the people, myself included, who place flags and flowers on the graves of the fallen over the memorial day weekend and tell them, and I, that we look at this as the beginning of summer rather than a weekend to honor our heroes. This p i s s e s me off to no end.
on May 30,2013 | 11:03PM
SteveToo wrote:
Woo Hoo. First smart thing the women has uttered.
on May 30,2013 | 11:04PM
lynnh wrote:
Are you kidding?
on May 30,2013 | 11:24PM
SteveToo wrote:
I can't believe all you clowns that are against this. Once upon a time it was celebrated on May 30th. Then some bozo decided that we should have a 3 day weekend and moved it to the last Monday in may. Give the lady some credit for finally doing something correct.
on May 30,2013 | 11:08PM
lynnh wrote:
Hey clown, it never really had a set date across the country. It was celebrated on different days depending on what part of the country you were. The "bozo" you refer to changed 4 holidays to make them into three-day weekends mainly for the purpose of uniformity and to allow the people of the United States to have the time and ability to honor their loved ones on a long weekend (travel time, family gatherings, etc.). It was the right thing to do. Before you shoot your mouth off, do some research and understand the subject you are wrongly talking about. This loser of a career politician has no business being in office and making stupid, unneeded, useless requests that are beyond laughable. Every time she opens her mouth all that comes out is arrogance, lies and bull.
on May 30,2013 | 11:37PM
saywhatyouthink wrote:
We have real problems and she's talking about changing the date of a holiday??? I got news for you Colleen, just about all our holidays lead to shopping and leisure activities, not just Memorial day. I think your time in DC would be better spent on issues of actual consequence to your constituents. It's going to be hard to beat Shatz if you appear to be this dumb and unlikeable, Uncle Dan 's coattails aren't long enough to carry you from the grave.
on May 31,2013 | 12:27AM
hikine wrote:
But what happens to three day weekend where people can have fun and bbq?! Does it really matter if it was on the 30th? What's the benefit of the date change? This doesn't make sense at all!
on May 31,2013 | 12:37AM
Papakolea wrote:
She hasn't passed any other bills she's introduced. Might as well toss one out there and see if she can break the ice. She's gotta have something to hang her hat on in the next election.
on May 31,2013 | 01:23AM
WEATHER wrote:
Ironic that on the day this was announced, some federal employees on Oahu received their Notice of Proposed Furlough, the direct result of the Budget Control Act which Hanabusa and the rest of our HI Senators and Representatives in office voted for in 2011. But as echoed elsewhere, riding the coattails of Inouye in a waste of government taxpayer's time was the most important thing she could find to do.
on May 31,2013 | 01:56AM
Ronin006 wrote:
Hanabusa apparently does not know that the official and traditional Memorial Day is May30th and has been since it began and that it is celebrated on the last Monday of May to give most Americans a three-day weekend instead of a holiday off in the middle of the week. She may think she is being patriotic by her proposal but she will lose the vote of most people who love three-day weekends.
on May 31,2013 | 02:34AM
jstarr wrote:
This is totally misguided. Apparently, families are enjoying the Memorial Day weekend too much, and she views it's perception as the celebration of the beginning of summer as somehow sorded. Growing up, our year revolved around Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends, and the week between Christmas and New Year. Yes, we sincerely honor the Nation's heroes and fallen, and their sacrifice, too, on Memorial Day; and our nations workers on Labor Day. There is nothing wrong with this beloved American tradition that should cause us to break it up and remove the memorable, outdoorsy enjoyable aspects in order to more seriously spend the time in sackcloth & ashes.
on May 31,2013 | 02:37AM
nj24 wrote:
Work on a balance budget amendment.
on May 31,2013 | 03:11AM
serious wrote:
Or the Jones Act!!!
on May 31,2013 | 04:44AM
Kalli wrote:
Hanabanana, find something important to do, Dan is dead.
on May 31,2013 | 05:23AM
GeoDiva wrote:
Way to get your priorities straight, Colleen!
on May 31,2013 | 05:44AM
Publicbraddah wrote:
Gotta be more pressing needs than this.
on May 31,2013 | 05:50AM
Kahu Matu wrote:
Her intent might be commendable but you cannot legislate behavior. If it was moved to May 30, employees would demand 4 days off or the Friday or Monday, just as they do with 4th of July. Yes we need to honor those who have died in service but as usual our politicians think that they can control people's attitudes and behaviors from Washington. Mazie embarrasses Hawaii more than she helps.
on May 31,2013 | 05:57AM
78R8R wrote:
Maybe she can find something that Patsy Mink and Sparky Matsunaga tried to get passed but couldn't, then she can that to her list of accomplishments which are pretty much nil.
on May 31,2013 | 06:10AM
willman wrote:
Give me a break. There are many more important issues to deal with. This is shameful. Who does she think she is?
on May 31,2013 | 06:13AM
sluggah wrote:
Aim low, Coleen! She's proving how useless she is.
on May 31,2013 | 06:28AM
livinginhawaii wrote:
Well at least she isn't spending money that we do not have. Oh wait. A date change will probably cost millions with all the government systems that need to be changed, reprinting printed material, and website updates. This could end up being really costly.
on May 31,2013 | 06:32AM
W_Williams wrote:
Our family carries on the tradition of decoration day. We visit all our graves and decorate them, ending at Punchbowl where we honor our grandparents, in-laws and all the `ohana and friends who served our country. This can take two days, sometimes three. The three day weekend gives me time to gather flowers, clean them, clean graves and decorate them. We also put our American flag on display. We chose to always remember. Trying to carry on the late Senator's efforts? No, I don't think so. Trying to run for his office. I think so. Honestly, it's time for fresh young blood.
on May 31,2013 | 06:52AM
loquaciousone wrote:
I'm happy to see that Colleen finally found something important to do.
on May 31,2013 | 07:03AM
Bdpapa wrote:
I agree with the change to May 30. But, this does not to be such a big deal. Too much hype.
on May 31,2013 | 07:07AM
inHilo wrote:
Schatz is a hard worker who will be in the Senate for a long time.
on May 31,2013 | 07:22AM
newsjunky1 wrote:
Cannot believe I totally agree with Rep. Hanabusa. The true meaning has gotten lost.
on May 31,2013 | 07:37AM
edster48 wrote:
Hanabusa was worthless and self serving in the State legislature and is continuing this tradition in DC. I'm still amazed that she got elected to anything. She and her ilk are exactly what is wrong with our government.
on May 31,2013 | 07:43AM
huponews wrote:
Don't waste your time....people will never forget the thousands who gave their life in honor of memorial day. It doesn't really matter what day it's observed so let it be.... I still go to see my uncles and dad at punchbowl, no matter if it's Monday or Thursday... Too much fuss!!!
on May 31,2013 | 07:51AM
loquaciousone wrote:
I suppose now she wants another 36 percent raise for coming up with this earth shattering idea...?
on May 31,2013 | 08:25AM
loquaciousone wrote:
Now I suppose she wants another 36 percent raise for coming up with this earth shattering idea?
on May 31,2013 | 08:25AM
MakaniKai wrote:
News flash Colleen the true meaning of Memorial Day is not lost on everybody. Changing the date is not going to make people more aware of the significance. You cannot legislate behavior or peoples thoughts as much as you’d like. It is a free country and if someone wants to shop till they drop or camp all weekend, so be it. We flew our flag; BBQ’d; drank our fair share and enjoyed the weekend, and remembered those who sacrificed in service. Semper Fi!
on May 31,2013 | 08:26AM
mellishi wrote:
... There she goes- "riding the coat tails again"!
on May 31,2013 | 08:28AM
MakaniKai wrote:
News flash Colleen the true meaning of Memorial Day is not lost on everybody. Changing the date is not going to make people more aware of the significance. You cannot legislate behavior or peoples thoughts as much as you’d like. It is a free country and if someone wants to shop till they drop or camp all weekend, so be it. We flew our flag; BBQ’d; drank our fair share and enjoyed the weekend, and remembered those who sacrificed in service. Semper Fi!
on May 31,2013 | 08:57AM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
I don't think that changing the date of the holiday will change the attitude or gratitude of those who want to give thanks and show respect for our fallen heroes. What will change it is how we legislate laws that will help our wounded warriors. For in doing so, we are showing how much we appreciate our military's service. It is really sad that our wounded warriors have to rely upon volunteers for help when it comes to reintegrating into civilian life. Our military should take care of its soldiers after they have been injured to the point of not being able to go back to serving. If Hanabusa wants to do something to show her diligence regarding our fallen heroes, she should put in real legislation. Not token ones to show that you care. She obviously has more time on her schedule to pursue such a legislation. Why not pursue legislation to ensure that our Congress works for the people. Currently, Congress work for themselves as can be seen in legislations such as the one where they made insider trading illegal but made an exemption for themselves. How hypocrite is that? And how about the time that they all went AWOL and dismissed themselves even after the real job was not done? They left the table while the sequester situation was still hanging claiming that there was nothing else to do. Maybe we need to take a closer look at their duties and see if their work justifies their salary. Either way, Hanabusa just made it easier on the voting public.
on May 31,2013 | 09:13AM
NuuanuMama wrote:
I spent Memorial Day BBQing and welcoming summer with the WWII veteran I still have alive! My vote is for Schatz.
on May 31,2013 | 09:25AM
AhiPoke wrote:
Ever notice that our legislators always seem to focus on the irrelevant? With all of our fiscal problems and the scandals in this administration, she wants Memorial Day changes? Good grief!!! I'm a veteran and, while I honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice, I think they did so for things more important than this.
on May 31,2013 | 10:28AM
samidunn wrote:
Why not change Christmas & Thanksgiving also?
on May 31,2013 | 10:51AM
konag43 wrote:
stop waisting time with dates. no matter what date you have people will do as they please. spend your time doing more inportant matters.
on May 31,2013 | 11:01AM
Maneki_Neko wrote:
Whether you agree with her idea or not, this is a really stupid action politically. As you can see, most people, even those who agree with her, would rather see her doing something with a higher priority. Schtaz has the same problem - lots of activity but little accomplishment. Mazie has neither. As for Tulsi, she sponsored a bill to get Hindu holidays recognized on postage stamps (true story).

Great team we got there.


on May 31,2013 | 11:26AM
gari wrote:
Where is the story on Holder ? Trust and fairness is every thing ...Change the date can be in when time permits
on May 31,2013 | 11:06AM
false wrote:
Thank you.
on May 31,2013 | 11:45AM
Ronin006 wrote:
Hanabusa has lost her marbles. Her proposal to take a three-day weekend away from voters will cause her to lose many votes in the 2014 election. What was she thinking?
on May 31,2013 | 11:49AM
Rhunter wrote:
Does she really think that people will honor our military service members more just because the date wouldn't always make for a long weekend? People will either take that opportunity or they won't. She should try introducing some bills that will actually make a difference in the community.
on May 31,2013 | 12:51PM
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