Media Bias… It’s Kinda Like Pornography

 

There was a news story a number of years ago that has stuck in my mind because it was so bizarre.  Although I can’t quote the headline verbatim, it went something like this: “A body was discovered stuffed in the trunk of a car; the victim was stabbed in the back 32 times, blindfolded, gagged and bound with duct tape.  Authorities suspect foul play.”  Absurd?  Of course, because the evidence is so obvious, overwhelming and compelling, that to arrive at any other conclusion would be ludicrous.  Then there’s the famous quote by U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Potter Stewart who, when unable to ascribe a legal definition to pornography, simply stated that: “I’ll know it when I see it.”  Some things just really are that obvious, right?

 

Well, apparently not when it comes to the Media.  Last week, in a fit of indignation, I wrote a letter to every faculty member of one of America’s premier Journalism Schools.  I relied on the results of a Pew Research Center study (that you’ll see extensively referenced throughout my blog) indicating that by a margin of 70% to 9% all registered voters claimed that the media was biased toward Barack Obama in the November presidential election.  The survey showed that 62% of all Democrat and Independent voters agreed that there was an Obama-leaning bias, and the 70% bias claim was a full 11% higher than any other claim of media bias in a presidential election going back to at least 1992.  I did not expect to receive any response from the faculty.  Boy, was I ever wrong.

 

Most of the professors that responded were incredibly cordial and kind to me as a novice blogger leveling a serious charge against their profession.  One professor indicated that I should direct my indignation toward: “the corrupt media structure which has, for years, placed profit above public service, or perhaps at the political and business elite who control the flow of information, which the (corporate) media establishment dutifully passes on.  (WMD’s in Iraq are but one example).  Or perhaps you should vent your ire against the media consumers who are, according to highly paid media consultants, more interested in the latest Brad and Angie diaper changing techniques than a detailed analysis of the Gaza situation…”  Wow, I didn’t even think of all that stuff that contributes to media bias, but point well taken.  I totally agree, don’t you?

 

The one thing that surprised me the most was that of all the responses I received, not one acknowledged that journalists themselves are in any way whatsoever responsible for media bias in this country.  Several did admit that the state of journalism in America is not “perfect.”  One said that: “I believe as fact that more so than not people drawn to journalism are now and have always been more likely to be liberal than conservative…”  When specifically addressing the substance of the Pew Research Center study, the professors responded that:  1.)  Polls are all inherently flawed and this poll simply has little if any meaningful significance, or, 2.)  The 70% who believed the media was biased (including the 62% Dems. and Independents who agree) in the last presidential election are simply wrong in their belief.

 

Well, after all this, maybe it’s just easier to describe media bias the same way Justice Stewart described pornography:  “I’ll know it when I see it.”

 

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33 Responses to “Media Bias… It’s Kinda Like Pornography”

  1. On the Pike Says:

    Honestly, I had trouble wrapping my arms around the one professor who indicated that you should direct your indignation toward the corrupt media structure and the media consumers. Using this same reasoning:
    – defense lawyers nationwide can claim that the gun companies and the hunting enthusiasts are to blame for Columbine or the Virginia Tech Massacre or all the other gun-related homicides nationwide
    – rapists could conclude that the women with sexual organs and all the people who admire them are more guilty than they are
    – thieves could blame stores and their patrons because they helped themselves to items they never paid for

    It has become obvious to me that we, as a country, have yet to overcome the stench of “it depends on what the definition of ‘is’ is.” Excuses abound and now they live on in classrooms where future journalists are taught that their transgressions can be blamed on their employer and readers/viewers.

    Have we become a country where accountability is no longer important? When print journalists take finger to keyboard, when television journalists broadcast, are they absolved of their responsibilities to factually and objectively write/broadcast news? I noticed with great irritation prior to changing channels that George Stephanopolous, a card-carrying Clintonista masquerading as a news anchor/reporter, spoke over speakers at the Republican convention, a discourteous and ignorant mistake he did not commit at the Democratic Convention. I was dumbfounded when Chris Matthews declared that his job was “to make Obama Presidency successful. So, if he should fail, that means we blame MSNBC/NBC/General Electric and the ignoramuses who watch him?

    Frankly, this ridiculous comment from the professor of journjalism does not pass the smell test. What it does provoke is the urge to flush.

  2. Rockstar Says:

    Dude, what premier Journalism school is this, the Edward R Murrow School of Bull? The only subject he/she is qualified to teach is Junk.

    So I can get this straight, if I prepare a quote using the wrong prices, I can blame my boss and my customers? Rock on!

  3. Jerry Says:

    The state of journalism in America is not perfect? How about the state of education?

    Media is just as hypocritical as Obama. The other day, one of Obama’s first acts was to declare pay freezes on any White House staff member making 100k or more. In the same speech, he said that lobbyists will not be able to work on matter they lobbied on, or in the agencies they lobbied during the previous two years. Within a week, William Lynn, a former lobbyist for defense contractor Raytheon, is up for Deputy Defense Secretary and a waiver is granted. What exactly does Obama think Lynn did at Raytheon, pick his nose? Was this on the front page of any newspaper? Is Obama going to get a pass? The only thing transparent about the Obama Presidency is the Media. We have to be able to count on them to hold Obama accountable for his words.

    Now that Obama has appointed Lynn, it’s only time before he asks Clinton to supervise the Intern Program.

  4. Michael Says:

    I said this before and I will say this again the people ELECT the president not the media. Who is dumb enough to believe everything they read in the paper or see on TV.

  5. on the pike Says:

    Michael, one of the definitions of brainwashing is: “any method of controlled systematic indoctrination, esp. one based on repetition or confusion: brainwashing by TV commercials”. Let’s face it, the media has brainwashed quite a few people and it is glaringly apparent that you are a card-carrying cult member as well.

    If it had been Bush, and not Obama, that had made the grand and glorious gesture of restricting lobbyists and then appointing one within a week, let’s face it, we all know that would be Page 1, above the fold, in huge block letters: “Bush Lied.” Funny, it’s unlikely it got any page 1 press at all. Based on your previous posts, I get the strange feeling that you got your PhD at the Bill Clinton School of Denial because you’re really good at it. I’m sure you’ll be nominated for public office soon with your own intern dressed in Gap. Regardless of how many times you repeat the party line, the truth will always be the truth, regardless of the media.

    To Rockstar: Dude, you’re dead on. I’m fearful that this generation in schools nationwide is going to be completely oblivious to responsibility, accountability, decency and their own conscience because of the teachers/professors out there teaching the new Democratic golden rule: “it ain’t my fault.”

    Clearly, as the Media has been so kind to inform, there are many Republicans and Independents who are responsible for eggregious acts, so I’m not saying the Democrats are the worst. It’s just that the Media only vigorously talks about the wrongdoings done by non-Democrats. There is nothing more offensive or dictatorial than the lopsided manner in which Media (print and broadcast) “report” the news. Today’s reporters should be called “whiners” and the Media itself, which is ironically referred to as the Fourth Estate, has successfully buried Democracy and Truth and is collecting now on that Estate.

    As people are getting laid off and companies are downsizing, I urge all the jobless to get a certificate in “deprogramming.” Something tells me, thanks to the Media, you won’t run short of clientele.

  6. Jerry Says:

    Michael, you never heard there’s a sucker born every minute? No, cause you’re it. You shouldn’t be asking the question, “who is dumb enough to believe everything they read in the paper or see on TV” because buddy, look in the mirror. You drank the koolaid. It’s people like you who egg on the scammers of the world. I said this before and I will say this again, “Shills are pills.” You can take that to the bank.

  7. Claire Says:

    My ex-husband used to tell me “I said this before and I will say this again.” I thought this phrase only bothered me coming from my ex, but I now realize that people who say that are never willing to consider there’s another point of view. Your wife must be as happy with you as I was with my neanderthal.

    After I finalized my divorce, I thought lawyers were the scum of the earth. They’ve now been promoted from the bottom spot to make room for Media. I voted for Obama, but I was counting on the Media and/or the Republicans to hold him to his word. I’m not convinced Obama’s latest bailout package is good for our country, because we need to fix what’s wrong before we beef up education.

    As I’m gathering my paperwork to do my taxes, I’m not thrilled that our Secretary of the Treasury is a proven tax evader who has “the full confidence” of the President I elected. I’m pretty sure I won’t be able to pay my taxes this year since my ex-husband insisted on liquidating stocks to pay for college tuitions that have saddled me with taxes I cannot afford. I know if I don’t pay my taxes, I’m going to be as lucky as Mr. Secretary. Is this going to be another round of friends helping friends while the average American drowns in debt after losing their home? I thought Obama was “change you can believe in.” Stop with the slogans, stop with the propaganda and stop with the special treatment. I didn’t know about Lynn until I read about him here, so now another contractor is going to have a say in how our country spends defense dollars? I was angry about Cheney and Halliburton. Now, I’m angry about Lynn and Raytheon. This is same ole, same ole to me. Shouldn’t this be front page news somewhere?

  8. Michael Says:

    Well “Jerry” I am nobodys SUCKER especially yours. I am a 30 year Industrial Engineer with a masters degree. I don’t need the media or YOU to tell me how to vote. Now you people lost an election and you are looking for an excuse. I did not vote for Obama but HE WON and I will live with it and you better learn to live with it because you got him as YOUR president for 4 years if you like it or not. You can be like Rush Limbaugh (one of your idols) and hope that he fails. If he fails the country fails.

  9. Jerry Says:

    Well done, Michael. “You people” is also a sign of an ignorant mentality. Thanks for putting me in my place. Ignorance is bliss, my friend, so you must be ecstatic.

  10. Michael Says:

    “on the pike ” I suspect it is you that is “brainwashed” not I. You are spouting that old tired “Bush” Rhetoric.

  11. Michael Says:

    Jerry…..”You people”??????

  12. On the Pike Says:

    Michael, when you can give a substantive response, it will make your posts far more interesting than your obvious attempts to have the last word. I think the subject matter of this blog warrants more thoughtful replies.

    The “brainwash” reference on my part was truly sincere because I felt that the Media did more than brainwash. We, as a voting electorate, have to be able to count on a reliable and objective source to deliver factual news, unembellished and with no hidden agenda. I don’t believe that anyone feels that the Media was able to conceal its bias toward Obama and the Democratic Party. I’m concerned that the “transparency” that Obama wanted to bring to the White House is impossible because of all of the chaos in Congress, but I’d much rather have him dissected like Bush than to see him given a pass. What’s fair for one should be fair for all.

    I’ll readily admit that I am a fan of President Bush because I feel that he did his best in extraordinary times. Nobody is perfect. 9/11 is a result of years of terrorism run amock while our former President was in bed at the switch.

    But I’m also a fan of President Obama – I like his attention to his family, his efforts to reach across to Lieberman and McCain, and his overall decency. I think he is far more decent than the Clintons, Kerry and the Kennedys, and knowing that change was on the horizon, I can accept this President. I just do not want the Media to continue manipulating our Democracy the way they did in this election. I think the Pew Research Center has been an unbiased and respected source for their studies and polls and when they come out with data that substantiates real concerns about the Media, we should all take notice.

  13. Michael Says:

    On the Pike

    My problem with Geo Bush was:

    1. He put us in a war. Why I don’t know and I don’t know if anyone knows.
    2. As a result of that war we are running the largest debt in history.
    3. Even with this huge debt he insists on tax cuts for the wealthy.

    If anyone can explain this to me I will listen. Honestly the media does not manipulate me.

  14. On the Pike Says:

    Michael:

    1. He put us in a war to fight terrorism based on intelligence developed over years.

    2. War is expensive

    3. Tax cuts in general stimulate the economy.

  15. Claire Says:

    I’m not a Bush fan and I hate the wars (plural). But I would never claim that Bush put us in a war by himself. Obama rightfully accused Biden and Hillary of voting for the war and he stood out from all the others who voted to give Bush that power. Nobody has the power to do these large things by themselves.

  16. Carl Says:

    It’s our right to challenge our President, Democrat or Republican, White or Black, Smart or Stupid. If the Media is kissing Obama’s backside, who is going to report those challenges? I agree with the Media brainwashing argument – Limbaugh is a total animal that way. Why doesn’t he just blow up? He’s not the only one though. Olberman, O’Reilly, Matthews, Hannity, Stepanopolos, Brokaw – not a single one of them are objective. And they get paid the big bucks to boot. Walks like a duck, talks like a duck, QUACK QUACK. Media SUCKS

  17. Carl Says:

    Limbaugh, Olberman, Hannity, Combs, O’Reilly, Matthews all went to brainwashing school. Media is brainwashing. No harm in admitting that. It’s when we close our eyes to what they’re doing, that’s when we’re going down the tubes. They get a lot of money to do what they do. The professor is right, we gotta stop buying this crap. We gotta demand to know more than Brangelina’s brat count. Trouble is, where should we get our news from?

  18. Michael Says:

    I am obviously wasting my words here

  19. KingOfTheHill Says:

    Guys, the lobbyist thing is making people nervous now and I finally saw something about it on the Internet in a major metropolitan newspaper. The Pew Poll makes everybody nervous because it’s the truth.

    Yo Michael, man up. You sound like someone who didn’t get their own way. Vigorous discussion needs an opposing opinion. Stick around.

  20. Cranky Taxpayer Says:

    Tom Daschel didn’t pay over $100,000 in taxes and this SOB is going to be on the cabinet. The front page of my paper in Indiana had nothing about it. FRONT PAGE!!! It’s not like this guy is from my state.

    So, now we have 2 cabinet members who tried to scam the country. I’m going to have to sell my 61 Corvette to pay my taxes this year. These friggin appointees have the money to pay WHEN THEY GET CAUGHT.

    Didn’t the Bam man promise transparency? If this is transparent, we got problems. The Media is MIA

  21. KingOfTheHill Says:

    Wouldn’t Obama be more of a hero if he stuck to his own rules? Didn’t he want transparency? How about if he chose another Secretary of HHS? Is Tommy boy the only qualified guy? How about another woman for the cabinet?

    Love the Bam man reference. Yo Bam, pick people who don’t break laws and pay their taxes on time, not just when they want to climb on your coattails. Let’s see how that flies!

    A shout-out to Georgie Boy – he didn’t pardon Scooter Libby! Shocker! He hardly pardoned anyone. Don’t read too much about that either. Guess his presidential library isn’t going to depend on crooks and thieves.

  22. Cranky Taxpayer Says:

    Bam man should fire his investigation team because Tom Dasharoundthetruth knew he had tax troubles as early as this past summer and didn’t fess up, according to the NY Times, the liberal newspaper of record. Somewhere in that article, Harry Reid’s assistant says that Tommy boy will be confirmed. At least he’ll be in good company at the cabinet roundtable. Now, Hillary still has $5.9 million of campaign debt left. Fiscal responsibility runs rampant in Bamland.

    I’m using the name Cranky Taxpayer because I am very Cranky. I thought voting for the good guys was going to put an end to all the buddy buddy crap that Bush pulled. Politicians – they’re all alike. Rotten to the core. Gotta go pay my taxes soon, gotta keep the thieves healthy.

  23. Front Page Junkie Says:

    Reading your post gave me the chills. If what you say is 100% true, we’re in big trouble. It’s obvious you have a partisan slant, but it’s hard to ignore the integrity of Pew.

  24. Roger Schreiner Says:

    ClearSpeak,

    You might be interested in this poll from the Internet Poll by Bob Livingston. This isn’t likely something you’ll see in USA Today. (not sure how well the formatting will be, but here ya go.)

    The Total Number of people who voted in this poll: 129,548
    Poll sorted by number of votes.

    1) Who is most to blame for America’s current economic crisis?

    64% voted: Democrats and US Congress
    15% voted: The Bush Administration
    13% voted: Banks and sub-prime lenders
    4% voted: Wall Street
    2% voted: Real estate and mortgage professionals
    1% voted: Home buyers
    0% voted: Investors

    2) Do you agree a government bailout was the answer to America’s financial crisis?

    81% voted: No
    11% voted: Undecided
    8% voted: Yes

    3) Do you believe the American taxpayers should have to foot the bill for our financial systems mistakes?

    78% voted: No, America is too far in debt already.
    14% voted: Absolutely not, the American people should never be responsible for bailing out the private sector.
    8% voted: Yes, we have to or we’ll end up in a prolonged recession or worse a depression.
    0% voted: Undecided

    4) Do you believe the government bailout will ultimately rescue our country’s financial system?

    63% voted: Undecided
    24% voted: No
    9% voted: Yes

    5)Do you believe Barack Obama was the best choice to handle the country’s future economic policy?

    73% voted: No
    18% voted: Yes
    9% voted: Undecided

  25. On The Pike Says:

    Is there any information on the Internet Poll regarding how each of the respondents voted? That would be interesting.

  26. Steve Doig Says:

    The “Internet Poll by Bob Livingston” isn’t in USA Today because it isn’t a valid random sample poll; it uses what is known as a self-selected sample. It’s no more valid an expression of public opinion than the dial-in-to-vote process for American Idol or fan voting for sports all-star teams.

    Limbaugh, Olberman, Hannity, Combs, O’Reilly, Matthews, et al., aren’t journalists — they’re entertainers. Their job, which they do well, is to take outrageous stands on one side or the other and echo the beliefs of the people who like to listen to them, thereby driving ratings. The Pew poll, unlike the fact-free internet one mentioned above, actually used proper polling techniques. But the problem with it is that a clear majority of the public (which means a clear majority of the respondents) don’t understand the difference between the entertainers and the journalists.

  27. On The Pike Says:

    Steve, I agree that Limbaugh, Olberman, Hannity, Colmes and their ilk are not journalists, however, I believe Chris Matthews was on staff at the San Francisco Chronicle for more than 5 years. Also, I understand Bill O’Reilly has his masters from Boston University in Broadcast Journalism. While I completely agree that they all appear to be ratings driven, the journalists on this list clearly have the education and training to be more substantive than they are.

    That being said, what is the criteria for who is a journalist and who is not? If all that write for the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Boston Globe and Washington Post are bona fide journalists, then I believe the Pew Poll to be fairly accurate. Given the role of media in the last election, how is the election any different than fan voting?

  28. Steve Doig Says:

    Journalism is a behavior, not a credential. There are lots of people with journalism degrees and substantial experience who are not doing journalism — crime author MIchael Connelly and “The Wire” creator/writer David Simon are just two examples. Mathews and O’Reilly and the rest of the cable gasbags simply are not doing journalism. They might have the training to be more substantive, but they clearly have chosen to be entertainers (well-paid ones, too) instead.

    Journalists are people who do journalism; by our Constitution, there is no credential required. How do I define “do journalism”? There are lots of ways, but I’ll just say that, like porn, I know it when I see it.

    An election is different from fan voting because each fan can only vote once (except perhaps in Chicago.) A scientific random sample survey is different from an election because it is an attempt to measure within an acceptable margin of sampling error what an election would (i.e., public opinion) without the considerable expense of an election.

    I will grant that the Pew survey was done well and accurately reports public opinion. But public opinion isn’t necessarily the same thing as fact. Some polls show that a majority of the public believes that alien spacecraft are visiting the Earth, that astrological signs are indicators of personality and that humans coexisted with dinosaurs.

  29. Front Page Junkie Says:

    I read “Journalism is a behavior, not a credential” and nearly spit out my coffee. People get paid for “journalism” even though what’s out there is not what the greats of journalism would brag about. To extrapolate on your examples, Prostitution is also a behavior, not a credential. There are lots of people with substantial experience who are not doing prostitution – President Bill Clinton and Reverent Jesse Jackson are but two examples.

    Your comments inspired me to look into what Journalism is. I went to the Los Angeles Times Ethics Guidelines and read something which pretty much confirms the Pew survey and the general consensus here that today’s Media is slanted. The Times says “A fair-minded reader of Times news coverage should not be able to discern the private opinions of those who contributed to that coverage, or to infer that the newspaper is promoting any agenda.” Anybody with two eyes, two ears and a minimal understanding of the English language could tell you the political slant of every newspaper, magazine and network (broadcast and cable). Using that standard in characterizing the role of Media in the last election seals the case for the Pew survey. I get your valid comment about the random sample survey versus an election. Are you willing to accept that Media played a dangerous role in the last election, making boogeymen/women of every Republican in every race?

    The one thing I do agree with 100% was your characterization of Matthews and O’Reilly et. al as gasbags. Bullseye. I found the rest of your post to be self-serving and arrogant, which leads me to believe you are or were a journalist. I guess that would be your behavior and not your credential.

  30. On the Pike Says:

    Steve, how can your “clear majority of the public” distinguish between journalists/reporters and entertainers? Perhaps you’re not willing to admit that every profession, including journalism, has bad seeds as well as extraordinary talent. Some lawyers are now synonymous with shysters and ambulance chasers. Some physicians are now synonymous with quacks and self-annointed Gods. Some politicians are now synonymous with crooks and sex maniacs. Some (in my opinion, most) journalists are synonymous with bias and brainwashing. There are many people who are trained in one profession but in fact perform other duties. When George Stephanopoulos appears on ABC, his title is Chief Washington Correspondent. He has used his masters degree in Theology to be zealously religious about promoting a liberal government by fashioning his reports to be dismissive of conservative views while exalting the liberal agenda.

    The difference in the liberal and conservative spin of the Daschle situation tells a story all its own. Today’s New York Times online headline reads “Obama and a Key Democratic Voice Support for Daschle” where the fact that Daschle failed to pay some $140,000 in taxes are nicely buried in the 8th of 15 paragraphs in the article while Fox News’s home page says “Daschle Pleads his Case on Capitol Hill” where, in the first paragraph, they note that Daschle apologizes for failing to pay $120,000 in taxes. Factually, Daschle failed to pay at least $120,000 in taxes and that should have been the headline on all the sites. Spin is a powerful device used by journalists who use their profession as a credential. If they used it as behavior, they would all be in a time out.

    Journalism, whether as a behavior, credential or profession, has failed to uphold their various codes of ethics. Lawyers and Physicians are held accountable by malpractice suits and bar associations. Journalists conveniently are not accountable to any forum other than their conscience, to which they very rarely, if ever, defer. Journalism has no one to blame but itself.

  31. Steve Doig Says:

    Of course I know that every profession, including journalism has bad seeds. Jayson Blair was a bad-seed journalist. But O’Reilly and Olberman and company aren’t bad journalists — they’re good entertainers.

    My problem with them is that most of the public, you apparently included, want to tar all journalists as being bad (biased, unethical, etc.) based primarily on the behavior of people who aren’t journalists. In my opinion, that’s as wrong as saying that all ministers must be hypocrite sex fiends because of the behavior of Haggard, Swaggert, et al.

    Re the lack of headlines focusing on the taxes today, the reason is that the tax problem itself became news a couple of days ago. Same reason the amount was in graf 8 today. News is, well, new. The current headlines and ledes focus on what is happening since the tax thing was disclosed. Journalists don’t do headlines like “Day 5: Daschle Didn’t Pay $120k in Taxes”.

  32. Front Page Junkie Says:

    I know I’m not part of the dialogue because I must have hit a raw spot, but I’m still waiting for a clarification on Journalism being a behavior. Re: O’Reilly and Olberman being good entertainers, it’s apparent that your definition of “good” is not the same as mine. Where is the “I’m a journalist” switch and who gets to turn that on and off?

  33. On the Pike Says:

    My opinion of the Media is based on what I see and read, and uniformed throughout commercial media outlets such as The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, The Los Angeles Time, The Dallas Morning News, The Washington Post and ABC, NBC and CBS. The better journalists seem to hide out at the Christian Science Monitor, Wall Street Journal, PBS, etc. the Media that’s out there, in your face, is pretty much the same. This is what the Media shows us, the public. I don’t want to tar all journalists – I want them to meet the standards your profession, I presume, professes to have.

    I actually never did see any headline that stated, flat out, “Daschle caught avoiding taxes” which is what he did by not paying up until days before his nomination when he did, in fact, know in June 2008 that his unequivocally owed in excess of $120k. Who’s to say he would have paid at all had he not been nominated? The same could be said of Geithner. Had he stayed off the national stage, who’s to say that those taxes would ever have been paid? And, in the Bush days, the Media would have presided in grand style, just as they did when they buried Robert Bork, and hung Geithner and Daschle on the higher than the Media’s high horses, and burned them in effigy.

    On http://www.journalism.org, one of core principles of Journalism is to serve as an independent monitor of power. It states “As journalists, we have an obligation to protect this watchdog freedom by not demeaning it in frivolous use or exploiting it for commercial gain.” In the post election haze of inaugurating the country’s first African American President, thanks to the Media you valiantly defend, it would be very difficult for you to come up with 5 nationally known journalists that have upheld this very principle in President Obama’s first 2 weeks in office.

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