Patrick Calvin Coghlan was born 7:02 pm he weighs 9 pounds 4 ounces and measures 22 inches long.
Kim is resting and will post the details later
Patrick Calvin Coghlan was born 7:02 pm he weighs 9 pounds 4 ounces and measures 22 inches long.
Kim is resting and will post the details later
This is Perry jotting off a quick post to let you know about the live streaming of the Food Conference! This is the first time that Vision Forum has had a live stream of any of our conferences and it’s available for the modest price of only $35.00!
While this is exciting, it’s not the most exciting part of the announcement. I did not realize until about 30 minutes ago that my lovely wife KimC. who will be on the panel discussion about Frugality and Healthy eating, will be part of the live stream feed. So not only do you get to watch live lectures by Joel Salatin, Doug and Beall Phillips, and Michelle Duggar but you will be able to catch Kim and she and several other ladies share what they have learned about “Frugality and Health: Resolving the Tension Between Feeding Your Family a High-Quality Diet While Staying Within the Constraints of a Tight Budget ” all for about 35 dollars
For more information you can click on the image above or visit http://www.visionforumministries.org/events/food/004/ to find out how to sign up!
PS. Kim is out this morning enjoying the Ladies Tea so don’t judge the typos too harshly (I didn’t have an editor!)
PPS. If you don’t have time to watch the lectures this weekend they will be available in an archive until the end of the month so you can watch them when you get time.
This week we begin our 4 week long blog-through of Kim Brenneman’s book, Large Family Logistics: The Art and Science of Managing the Large Family. If you don’t already own a copy, the promo code 4MOMS will get you a 40% discount through midnight tonight (August 4).
In a peculiarly appropriate display of why I need this book, I spent this morning reading through the first 125 pages so that I could write this post. I should also mention that one of my own daughters bought the book for me. In her defense (and my own), she knew that I was interested in the title and also bought me several other books at the same time. Nonetheless, I confess that I can learn much from this book.
My own notes on Part 1, which consists of the first 17 chapters:
This portion of the book deals with mom’s attitude, heart issues, goals, definitions, and nearly everything but the day-to-day nitty gritty of how to get things done. It very nearly could be a book in itself, and even though the author and I have roughly the same number of children I picked up plenty of new ideas and was reminded of some very good concepts that have gone by the wayside in our own household.
Every chapter has an important focus, of course, but these are the ones that made me stop and take note for the benefit of our own home:
1. The Wise Woman
A blow-by-blow breakdown of the legendary Proverbs 31 wife, and how her skills translate to us today. God gave us a checklist, and we need to refer to it regularly. With a little creativity and allowance for changes in technology, all of the qualities mentioned can be applied today just as well as they could 3,000 years ago.
Here I was reminded that if we aim at nothing, we hit it every time. We need to know exactly what we want to accomplish and why. This includes projects, but also should encompass other aspects of household management: hospitality (how much and how often?), meal planning, daily routines and scheduling, housekeeping, homeschooling.
When it comes to projects, we have many in the works in our house at any given time, but our list of finished projects is much shorter than I’d like to admit. Not only do I need to keep the list in front of me and the children, I need to make sure Perry and I are on the same page about which items belong at the top of the list. Kim also reminds us that our husbands will want to dictate all the details of certain goals, while delegating the specifics of other goals to us. Both are equally valid ways for our men to exercise their own role as head of household and we need to work graciously and self-consciously in both cases.
5. Attitude is Critical
This chapter addresses a variety of attitude issues on the parts of all family members, but the one that caught my attention is “I can’t.” Rather than “I can’t,” her children are taught to say, “I’ll do my best.” They learn that “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” (Ph. 4:13)
Like the author, we don’t allow those words in our house, and we teach our children the same verse in Philippians. She mentioned, however, that a friend overwhelmed with little ones once asked if she ever felt that way and the immediate response was a resounding “no.”
I received a very similar question just yesterday and my answer was a little different, though we both end up at the same place: I tell overwhelmed mothers that if you ever feel like you can do it all yourself, you’re about to get humbled by God. As Kim says later in chapter 12, “…children are a blessing that drives us to Christ because we are incapable of parenting well without Him…” Alone, you most certainly can’t. With Christ, you can do all things.
9. Give Your Children a Work Ethic
I love Kim’s tips on teaching children to work (“Feed the dog and empty the trash? Scrape the hog floor didn’t make the list?”), but I also had a good giggle about her suggestion to have little ones carry folded laundry in a dishpan. The Headmistress mentioned a multitude of uses for dishpans in her post on Frugal Hacks last week and a commentor asked who actually puts books in a dishpan. Apparently it’s a big family/homeschooler thing. I need to get more dishpans!
I also completely agree when she exhorts mothers to teach the older children well, because the older ones will help teach the younger ones attitude, character traits, and chores. There is a trickle-down effect with children, so make sure you’re not polluting the waters upstream!
I have heard it said that “children should not be required to work because they will be working the rest of their lives”; that “childhood is the one time in life that they can just play and be children.” If you embrace this perspective, you will set your children up for failure. If children aren’t taught to work when they are young, then they will find it hard to work the rest of their life…
This chapter also contains a list of verses from Proverbs that deal with work. I like Kim’s suggestion to write these on index cards and post them throughout the house.
10. Repeating Yourself?
We moms are busy people. We’re great at multi-tasking. But child discipline isn’t something that can be multi-tasked. We need to stop and focus. We need to train ourselves to hear ourselves. It’s hard – no doubt about it. But repeating ourselves is training our children to continue in disobedience.
11. Teaching a New Chore
I have written out the detailed steps to chores on a full piece of paper, inserted it in a page protector and hung it on the wall in the appropriate room, but wasn’t really happy with how it worked for us. The page was so big I wanted to put it away when guests came over, and the instructions were so detailed that I found the ones who needed them most were a little overwhelmed. I plan to use Kim’s suggestion to use index cards instead, taped near the job site.
17. Dress for Success
Among other things, this chapter has a long list of what works in clothes for a busy and what doesn’t. I learned most of these lessons the hard way over the years, so young moms would do well to look the list over before the toddler yanks your wrap-around skirt wide open in the middle of the WalMart parking lot.
I was intrigued by Kim’s suggestion that moms might want to consider having an outfit (or 2 or 3) for each particular day of the week – Office Day, Kitchen Day, Town Day, etc. Like a weekly menu, this would save time and ensure that choices are appropriate to the task at hand. I’m not saying I’ll do it, but I’m not saying I won’t. What do you think of the idea?
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Some really good friends of mine are running a drawing for an iPad as part of their fund raising efforts on a unique and intriguing project.
Give it a looksee and consider helping them fund their project. Who knows, you might get drawn for that iPad!
Happy Birthday to the prettiest girl in the world. (and a darn good blogger too)
Kim is one her way back home today so I thought I’d throw out a quick post.
Do you remember “Ask the kids: Do you want a big family?” ? Well one of our oldest internet friends Valerie put the same questions to her children., in a post titled “Why So Many” and I really appreciated her answer at the end of the post:
Our lives have been very hard in some ways, especially over the last 8 years, but I love having a big family, and I look forward to having many grandchildren, if God pleases.
I wholeheartedly believe the Bible truth that my children are a blessing tome, but far more compelling is the fact that they are a blessing to God. Each of them was especially created for His glory, for His honor, for His praise, for Jesus must forever be praised by millions upon millions of the saints of all the ages.
I like MORE, because Christ is worthy of MORE praise and because joyful fruitfulness in marriage tells a very important truth about the relationship between Christ and His church, especially when it occurs in the midst of difficulty.
She and I used to be on a discussion list many years ago and her uncompromising stand against birthcontrol is one of the things that changed my thinking once and for all about the issue. If not for Valerie I might not have met 5 or 6 of my children. Praise God for faithful withnesses!
Well said Valerie and thanks!
posted by Perry C.
Photo courtesy of Carmon and Anna Friedrich @ Buried Treasure Books.
Stay tuned for more!
Just in time for the birthday of the great usurper, Jasime Baucham who blogs @ joyfullyathomeblog.com has given us a look at the facts surrounding Abraham Lincoln’s Presidency. Just a quote from the article:
Abraham Lincoln’s heroism is great exaggerated in modern circles. His own words prove that he was not a proponent of emancipation, he did not believe in racial equality, and his Emancipation Proclamation did not emancipate a single slave…
This is a short post to wish my Hunney the best Birthday ever!
To commemorate this auspicious occasion I have decided to post a series of pictures of my love through the years.
Your probably asking yourself what in the world do all three of the above have to do with one another. Let me illuminate you.
But wait there’s more! (no really there is )
Due to my high level connections at the NCFIC I have been able to arrange to give away 3 sets of the full conference audio! Now I’m having the giveaway for the sole purpose of helping to spread the word about all the hard word the men over at the NCFIC are doing, specifically the “2009 Sufficiency of Scripture Conference“. So if you will help me to spread the word I will enter you in a drawing for one of three audio sets from the 2009 SOS conference.
Here is how I’d like you to help.
Blog, Facebook, or Twitter links to the NCFIC.org blog and conference audio sale. Then comeback here and leave a comment to let me know where and how you helped get the word out by leaving a comment and a link to your post.
Link to any or all of the following
Conference Page: http://www.ncfic.org/national-conference
NCFIC Blog: http://ncfic.org/conferenceaudiopreorder
NCFIC Conference Audio sale page: http://ncfic.org/conferenceaudiopreorder
I will leave the giveaway open until Wed the 16th of December.
(one last link: NCFIC.org facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NCFIC?ref=ts )
UPDATE: Link back to the giveaway for an extra entry in the drawing
There is one more day to save almost 80% on these titles including Jonathan Park Volume 6: The Journey Never Taken. If you have a lot of these it would be a great time to stock up for Christmas!
The 2009 Vision Forum “Kit and Kaboodle” CD Library features some of our most popular messages, providing biblical answers to many of the most-asked questions from parents who long for a victorious family vision. And, as a special perk, we are including our brand-new Jonathan Park audio adventure album in this year’s collection!
In order to make these inspirational, family-building CDs available to as many families as possible, for a limited time we are offering the “Kit and Kaboodle” CD Library at a 78% savings — pay only $1.98 per CD! We hope this special $99 price will enable you to substantially increase your family’s audio library, and perhaps purchase additional sets to encourage your extended family and friends as well.
Alternatively, you can get this year’s “Kit & Kaboodle” CD Library on a pre-loaded iPod. Learn more here.
Offer ends at midnight on September 10, 2009 (CDT).
Bear with me there are extensive quotes below from several different articles.
Speaking shortly after the confirmation, the President said he was grateful for the Senate’s confirmation, and gave special thanks the Senate Judiciary Committee for their hard work. He then reflected on Judge Sotomayor’s qualifications, and the historic nature of her confirmation:
….They’ve gauged her respect for the proper role of each branch of our government, her commitment to faithfully apply the law to the facts at hand, and her determination to protect our core constitutional rights and freedoms….
This is a role that the Senate has played for more than two centuries, helping to ensure that “equal justice under the law” is not merely a phrase inscribed above our courthouse door, but a description of what happens every single day inside the courtroom...And in the end, the outcome of your case will be determined by nothing more or less than the strength of your argument and the dictates of the law.
These core American ideals – justice, equality, and opportunity — are the ideals she’s fought for throughout her career…
You can read the President’s full statement here.
(emphasis mine and every time I read one of the phrases I thought “Unless you are an unborn child”)
In a National Review Online article titled “Death by Privacy” Contributing Editor Mark R. Levin tells us
“Finally, Blackmun focused on his legal rationale in Roe. He began with a review of the right to privacy, writing, in part:
The Constitution does not explicitly mention any right of privacy. In a line of decisions, however…the Court has recognized that a right of personal privacy, or a guarantee of certain areas or zones of privacy, does exist under the Constitution. In varying contexts, the Court or individual Justices have, indeed, found at least the roots of that right in the First Amendment…in the Fourth and Fifth Amendments…in the penumbras of the Bill of Rights…in the Ninth Amendment…or in the concept of liberty guaranteed by the first section of the Fourteenth Amendment….These decisions make it clear that only personal rights that can be deemed “fundamental” or “implicit in the concept of ordered liberty”…are included in this guarantee of personal privacy. They also make it clear that the right has some extension to activities relating to marriage… procreation…contraception…family relationships…and child rearing and education….
Blackmun felt that the right of privacy, wherever it comes from, includes the right to abortion. Do not look any further for legal argument amidst the voluminous opinion, because it does not exist. Perhaps the extensive historical analysis was included to compensate for the lack of legal analysis.
But Blackmun went further, and the Court followed. Not satisfied to strike down the Texas law, Blackmun began to write what seemed to be a new federal statute. According to Blackmun’s opinion, a woman’s right to abortion could only be abridged by a compelling state interest. In effect, Blackmun argued that there was an inverse relationship between a woman’s interest and the state’s interest that ranged across a spectrum from conception to birth. Therefore, the state’s interest at conception was minimal but increased as the pregnancy progressed, reaching its peak at the end of the pregnancy. A woman’s interest, paramount at conception, began to give some ground to the state’s interest in protecting the fetus as it matured toward being able to live outside of the mother. But Blackmun specifically declared that the unborn child was not a “person” under the Fourteenth Amendment, and thus had no equal protection rights.”
During her confimation hearings Rupublicans asked Judge Sotomayor how she felt about the status of abortion in America.
“The court’s decision in Planned Parenthood vs. Casey reaffirmed the court holding of Roe. That is the precedent of the court and settled in terms of the holding of the court.” - Sonya Sotamayor speaking before the Senate Judiciary Comittee during her confirmation hearings.
You cannot make immorality moral by court precedent or legislation. Abortion remains an evil, murderous thing whether or not the court and the legislative branch.
So in honor of Judge Sotomayor’s historic confirmation I am posting a video that puts a live face on the “private” act of abortion, and saying a prayer. I am prayng God will grant repentance in time to spare us from chastisment.
How about you?
At the Reformation 500 Charles Darwin debated John Calvin. In this exclusive interview, Darwin reveals his beliefs about God, sovereignty, and evil.
We are officially on a blog vacation until at least next Saturday. The van is running (loose bolt on the starter) and we are recovered from the flu (no one has lost it in the last 10 hours.) If you need to get hold of us you likely already have our numbers (or know how to get them)
We appreciate our readers and know you will all understand – even tireless mommy bloggers need a vacaition somtimes.
Fortis In Arduis
This one isn’t a Vision Forum giveaway, it’s a GenevaBiblepages.com giveaway, and we need your help.
We over ordered – double actually – our stock, but instead of sending it back we decided to keep it and put our inventory on sale. We are running a 40% off sale over at Geneva Bible Pages. We’ve even created a special Family Bundle at 50% off!
What you can do:
Blog, Twitter, Facebook,Digg, do whatever it takes to help us get the word out about this sale. We need to move this inventory fast – like in the next 2 weeks and we are prepared to make it worth your time to help us.
What’s in it for you? Besides a great deal on a really cool gift, that is.
There’s also 400 bucks - well up to 400 dollars retail in products from GenevaBiblePages.com.
Blog about our sale and giveaway (or facebook or twitter) and then come back here and leave a comment with a link to your efforts. We will take entries until midnight June 17, then we will select a winner to pick up to 4 individual items from GenevaBiblePages.com absolutely free. Our most expensive item sells for $94.99 each so that’s practically 400 dollars in retail.
But wait! There’s more! (Now where have I heard that before? )
I will actually let the winner choose 200 dollars cash instead of up to 400 dollars in merchandise if they prefer. Would you choose filthy lucre instead of a set of framed 400 year old Bible pages?
As always shipping is entirely free on GenevaBiblePages.com
It has been nearly a week since I attended the San Antonio Tea Party, possibly the largest in the nation thanks to support from big names like Glenn Beck. My good friend Doug Phillips was asked to speak at the Tea Party and another friend of mine Adam McManus was asked to emcee and give the invocation. I know the Christian character of both of these gentlemen so I was looking forward to hearing their clear witness for God’s Word and His Law in the civil sphere, and I was genuinely curious to see how a mixed crowd of what was estimated at the time to reach 14k would react to what I was confident would be an uncompromising witness for the Lordship of Jesus Christ.
They did not disappoint.
Take a look at the 3 minute mark on the video clip below. Doug’s call for repentance by the people of America could not be more clear. We are a people guilty of voting in leaders who thumb their noses at the Lord’s annointed and His standards but God is merciful and will heal our land if we will but repent.
If you enjoy the clip, please take a moment to click over to youtube and leave a comment. You can download the entire message on behemoth.com.
Over and over again I heard people praying in Jesus’s name and appealing to the triune God of the Scriptures as the Author of our liberties.
Here is an excerpt from Adam’s prayer:
Father, the State is not God! It is the servant of the people. May we the people, gathered here tonight in San Antonio – each and every one of us — recognize the awesome responsibility we have to speak up and demand that our representatives begin to exercise fiscal discipline and liberate us from oppressive taxation which penalizes our hard work and sacrifice.
And we pray that where we have not honored You with our thoughts, words and deeds, that You would please forgive us. And where we have not loved our neighbors as ourselves, that You would pardon us. (the prayer may be read in its entirety here)
The thing I was also encouraged by was the recognition by the crowd and the speakers the WE keep sending rascals back to Washington and as long as WE do we will continue to receive the SAME RESULTS (regardless of party affiliation).
The crowd was one of the safest and most respectful I have ever seen in a public gathering. They were not rude, rowdy or violent in the least. Many were there with their families to hear the speeches on limited government.
These were the most memorable aspects of the evening. You can see related photos and commentary at the following sites:
Download Doug’s entire 23 minute message from the Tea party on Behemoth.com for free by clicking on the image below.
Last but certainly not least here are my beloved Deanna’s thoughts on the Tea Party as well:
Last week I went with Dad to the San Antonio TEA party. I had a lot of fun walking around with my aunts (they’re all my age) before it started, and we found a store with all kinds of crazy, beautiful, skirts that I am definitely going to go back to soon…
Anyway, once it got started I really enjoyed the speeches that were made, except when Ted Nugent spoke for about 10 min. He was crude, and the faces he made when he played “The Star Spangled Banner” on his electric guitar just annoyed me. What really shocked me was when Terri Hall spoke about the TTC (Trans-Texas Corridor) I had heard about it vaguely on the radio before but never paid much attention to it. It’s a huge super highway/toll road that is going to cut through Texas dividing towns even, with exits only every 5 miles or so. So if your town is cut in half by it you have no way to get to the other side unless you pay a toll, or use access roads.
My favorite speech was Mr Phillips speech “Freedom at Risk” and afterward Dad took me to get ice cream, and I rode home with my Grandma. All in all, it was pretty much awesome.
Look for her report on Doug’s message “Freedom at Risk” coming soon to an Coghlan Family blog near you.
Did you go to a Tea Party in your area? What was your experience like?
…and not in a good way.
This is the best explanation of why the bailouts are doing damage to our money supply that I have seen.
“Be assured that it gives much more pain to the mind to be in debt, than to do without any article whatever which we may seem to want.” — Thomas Jefferson, Letter to his daughter Martha (14 June 1787)
My friend Matt posted this to Facebook in Feb.
He is in the Sudan now please life him up in prayer.:
PPF is currently raising the funds to dig the community some wells while the weather is dry enough to get vehicles in there.
Please consider giving a special gift at this time that will help us with this, and all the other projects we’re involved in.
Over at Frugal Hacks I posted a link to an interesting article from NPR on the resession.
Among other things the article quotes an economist as saying
“That chart is the most striking piece of evidence that I have that what is happening to us is something that goes way beyond toxic assets in banks. It’s something that has little to do with the mechanics of mortgage securitization, or ethics on Wall Street, or anything else,” Beim says. “It says: The problem is us. The problem is not the banks, greedy though they may be, overpaid though they may be. The problem is us.“
What do you think? GO on over to Frugal hacks and tell me on the post : “How about a dose of personal responsibility?”
Last month when we were hunting down in south Texas I had the (first in my life) chance to be a guest on a live talk ration show. My good friend Adam McManus – the local Christian Radio firebrand who hosts a show on KSLR 630 am in San Antonio – hosted me to get my opinion on an article where a liberal goofball called me irresponsible . Not really, but he did say,
I think we will work our way towards a position that says that having more than two children is irresponsible. It is the ghost at the table. We have all these big issues that everybody is looking at and then you don’t really hear anyone say the “p” word.
Naturally I was happy to oblige, since I know a thing or two about having more than 2 kids.
Well almost happy.
Remember I told you that I was in south Texas deer hunting? Well, on this particular afternoon I was guiding instead of hunting. I was not going to take the call but the young man I was guiding insisted that I take the call – regardless of what it did to his hunt.
SO I called and spoke rather softly Most of the time I’m on the phone there are 4 big deer just off to the north of our deer stand.
Anyway I want to share the interview with you – Adam was kind enough to send me a copy so without further ado here it is:
My radio interview (click to listen)
You can hear Adam’s show ”Take a Stand” every day ONLINE if you don’t live near San Antonio. Just go to KSLR.com and he is right there on the front page. You can also go to Adam McManus blog or email him at adam – at – kslr.com and you will receive his daily email action alerts and program notes. I’ve been a subscriber for over 5 years now. Very useful and very informative. It’s a great way to be notified of issues you need to call your Federal Representatives about.
Adam had another segment on February 18th about the weird (and I believe inappropriate) emotional attachments that are formed in the modern workplace. You can read a great article on his blog about this title “KSLR LISTENER & VISION FORUM BOARD MEMBER DON HART RESPONDS TO THE ADAM McMANUS SHOW SEGMENT ON “WORK SPOUSES”“
Definitely worth a read.
I want to throw out a couple of links to 2 young blogger friends of mine whose writing I admire.
Here is a taste of it:
Travis drew a line in the sand and offered every man in the Alamo an “honorable” way out of this death trap. Out of 190 men, only one crossed that line.
Each of those men died. But they sent a message to the world that Texans would not surrender their homes, their families, or their freedom. They also held the Alamo long enough to set things in motion for the men who would ultimately defeat the Santa Anna. If it weren’t for the Alamo defenders who refused to flee or surrender, there might not be a Texas today.
I recently stumbled across the blog of a Canadian gent who is blogging “to collect and categorize the ever-growing availabilty of great Reformed and conservative evangelical audio preaching & teaching”
In his own words:
Faith by Hearing is designed to collect and categorize the ever-growing availabilty of great Reformed and conservative evangelical audio preaching & teaching that has a high view of God and Scripture. This is not merely a machine gun listing of sermons and lectures (though it may seem like that at times.) This is a personal project to encourage others to be blessed by the preaching and teaching of godly men who are faithful to the all-powerful Word of God.
(excerpted from faithbyhearing.wordpress.com/about)
The post that caught my attention was “Patristics for Busy Pastors: An interview with Ligon Duncan” on the importance of studying the early church fathers. I’m about halfway through it so far and am really enjoying the message and look forward to getting some of the books in the bibliography at the end of the post.
It’s a handy way to search craigslist, and it pulls the images from the criagslist posts asthubnails/previews when you do your search. Best of all it’s free!
We are enjoying a nice visit with family, details to follow, but in the meantime I wanted to share a couple of things with y’all
On Monday we will be announcing a very cool very big behemoth.com related giveaway – with a bonus drawing for everyone who helps us spread the word.
Did you know you can get free Vision Forum content at behemoth.com? Do your friends know? That’s right there is a “free today” section on the right side of the front page of behemoth.com, there you will find a new free track everyday that will stay up for 2 days so that you an your friends and your friends friends and their friends….will have plenty of time to snag it.
One last thing. Did you know Behemoth.com has a facebook group? Visit Behemoth.com on Facebook
Vision Forum on NPR?
NPR just released their story about the San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival you can hear the story HERE – go have a listen and leave a comment – let’s prove that not everyone who listens to NPR is a cranky liberal
From the Youtube page
NBC Sacks Pro-Life Super Bowl Ad
Network Nixes Commercial Celebrating Potential of Life
CHICAGO, Jan. 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — NBC has rejected an uplifting and positive pro-life ad submitted for its Super Bowl broadcast this Sunday. After several days of negotiations, an NBC representative in Chicago told CatholicVote.org today that NBC and the NFL are not interested in advertisements involving “political advocacy or issues.”
I will get the rest of the awards and post in 15 minutes or less …keep refreshing this post bbiab – Pc3
added: sorry. Too many cranky kids. Try watching Doug’s Blog for the rest of the winners.
Announcing now the best of festival
Best of Festival…… (Doug is dragging out the tension…big check on stage….
The Widows Might
Runner up is….. FIREPROOF
Awarded so far in no particular order…..
Best Feature Film: Fireproof
Audience Choice Award: The Widow’s Might
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