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Welcome to Dogasu's Backpack, a fansite for the Japanese franchise Pocket Monsters!  For fifteen years this website has been your guide for the Japanese version of Pokémon and contains content you can't find anywhere else.  Stuff like detailed comparisons between the Japanese version and the English version of the animated series, English-Japanese lists for all pokemon, information on the various manga, a lyrics database, a DVD Guide, and much more!  So whether you're a seasoned veteran or a newbie just getting into Pocket Monsters, this site has something for every fan to enjoy.




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"The Pi-Kahuna"
September 24th, 2017

Dogasu @ 15:10 JST -- The second episode to take place in Binnes Seafoam Island is the topic of this week's Kanto2017 comparison, "The Pi-Kahuna."

"The Pi-Kahuna"

Luckily the script isn't so bad, especially compared to the last few episodes, so it's a bit of a short comparison. In other news I made myself sit through a terrible Gary Busey movie while doing research for this one so I hope you all  appreciate the effort being put into these things lol.

Next week I'll have the comparison for "Make Room for Gloom" ready, an episode that features some really strange digital paint edits. Look forward to it!

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"The Evolution Solution"
September 21st, 2017

Dogasu @ 23:28 JST -- I'm finally all caught up! Here's the brand new comparison for "The Evolution Solution."

"The Evolution Solution"

The English dub of this episode is the source of a lot of misinformation that's been cycling around the interwebs all these years so I hope you enjoy reading about all the weird script changes in this one! I'm really excited to hear what you all think about this one in particular.

On Satuday we'll be back to our regularly schedule with the release of "The Pi-Kahuna."

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"Showdown at the Po-ké Corrall"
September 18th, 2017

Dogasu @ 18:15 JST -- Today I have the revamped comparison that was originally scheduled to go up on September 9th, "Showdown at the Po-ké Corrall."

"Showdown at the Po-ké Corral"

I ended up redoing a lot more of this comparison than I had anticipated so I hope you're able to take the time to read through what I've written!

Next up will be the comparison for "The Evolution Solution," an episode I've never covered on this site before! My goal is to have it up within the next few days (I'm very close to being finished with it) so that by the time this Saturday comes around I'll be able to get back on schedule and post the comparison for
"The Pi-Kahuna."

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"Snow Way Out!"
September 16th, 2017

Dogasu @ 17:23 JST -- The revamped comparison for "Snow Way Out" is now available!

"Snow Way Out"

I actually a fairly major discovery about Musashi's mother while redoing this comparison that caused me to have to rewrite large portions of it so I hope you take the time to re-read this one!

I've got two more comparisons to do before I'm all up to date with my Kanto2017 schedule and will do my best to get the revamped version of "Showdown at the Poké-Corral" and a brand new comparison for "The Evolution Solution" up as soon as I can.

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Movie 20 Japanese Box Office Performance, Week Nine
September 14th, 2017

Dogasu @ 7:57 JST -- It took nine weeks but Pocket Monsters the Movie "I Choose You!" has finally fallen out of the Japanese Top Ten.

Dunkirk
The Third Murder
Sekigahara

Since the movie is no longer on the charts none of the entertainment sites I've come across are bothering to report the film's current earnings or even what place it ended up reaching. So, all I can do is report on what the Top Ten looked like for the weekend of September 9th to September 10th:


Rank
Last Week
Title
Distributor
No. of Theaters
Weeks in Theaters
1
NEW
Dunkirk
Warner Bros. Movies
346
1
2
NEW The Third Murder
Toho, Gaga
313
1
3
1 Sekigahara Toho, Asmik-Ace 338
3
4
2 Despicable Me 3 Toho Towa 359
8
5
3 Wonder Woman Warner Bros. Movies 338
3
6
6
High & Low the Movie 2 End of Sky Shochiku 314
4
7
5
 I Want to Eat Your Pancreas Toho 319
7
8
4
Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom? Toho 298
4
9
7 Spider-Man: Homecoming Sony Pictures Entertainment 355
5
10
NEW Before We Vanish
Shochiku, Nikkatsu
181
1

Source:  Eiga.com


Pocket Monsters The Movie "I Choose You!" is the 20th Pokemon movie and is now playing in Japan. The English dub, titled Pokémon The Movie "I Choose You!" will have a limited theatrical run in the U.S. on November 5th and 6th, 2017.

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"Holiday Hi-Jynx"
September 11th, 2017

Dogasu @ 7:45 JST -- Sorry for the wait! The revamped comparison for "Holiday Hi-Jynx" is now up!

"Holiday Hi-Jynx"

And if you haven't seen it before, be sure to check out the massive image gallery I've made featuring over 180 screenshots showing how Japan edited the original version of the episode to recolor Rougela from black to purple!

Black
Purple

Links to all the galleries can be seen below:

Musashi's Past | Rougela on the Beach | Let's Help Rougela! | En route to Santa's Island A
En route to Santa's Island B | The Rocket-Dan Attacks | Santa's Island | What Really Happened | The End

I know I'm currently two episodes behind schedule so I will do my best to get everything back on track and release both "Snow Way Out!" and "Showdown at the Poké-Corral" as soon as I can.

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Movie 20 Japanese Box Office Performance, Week Eight
September 7th, 2017

Dogasu @ 7:24 JST -- Let's check out how is Pocket Monsters the Movie "I Choose You!" did in Week 8 in theaters.

Pocket Monsters The Movie "I Choose You!"

For the weekend of September 2nd to September 3rd, this year's Pocket Monsters dropped down to eighth place. The film has brought in 3,310,203,600 yen so far, according to Cinema Today.


The rest of the charts barely moved at all, with the Top 7 being exactly the same as the previous week. Newcomer Mobile Suit Gundam The Origin V Clash at Loum debuted at Number 8 which is actually really impressive when you consider it was only screened in 36 theaters nationwide . The Japanese release of the 2016 Jackie Chan / Johnny Knoxville film Skiptrace slid in at Number 10. And with Mary and the Witch's Flower out of the Top Ten, Pocket Monsters The Movie "I Choose You" is now the oldest film currently on the Japanese film charts.

Rank
Last Week
Title
Distributor
No. of Theaters
Weeks in Theaters
1
1
Sekigahara
Toho, Asmik-Ace
338
2
2
2 Despicable Me 3 Toho Towa
359
7
3
3 Wonder Woman
Warner Bros. Movies
338
2
4
4 Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom? Toho 298
3
5
5  I Want to Eat Your Pancreas Toho
319
6
6
6
High & Low the Movie 2 End of Sky Shochiku 314
3
7
7
Spider-Man: Homecoming Sony Pictures Entertainment 355
4
8
NEW Mobile Suit Gundam The Origin V Clash at Loum
Shochiku
36
1
9
8 Pocket Monsters the Movie "I Choose You!" Toho 364
8
10
NEW Skiptrace
Kadokawa
155
1

Source:  Eiga.com


Pocket Monsters The Movie "I Choose You!" is the 20th Pokemon movie and is now playing in Japan. The English dub, titled Pokémon The Movie "I Choose You!" will have a limited theatrical run in the U.S. on November 5th and 6th, 2017.

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Movie 20 Japanese Box Office Performance, Week Seven
September 3rd, 2017

Dogasu @ 10:41 JST -- I want to start off by apologizing for the delay in getting the scheduled #Kanto2017 comparisons out on time. Part of it is due to me grossly underestimating how much work the retweak of the comparison for "Holiday Hi-Jynx" would take while another part is just how much overtime I've been having to put in at work lately. I'm doing my best to get things back on schedule and hope you'll continue to bear with me for just a little while longer.

In the meantime, let's check out how is Pocket Monsters the Movie "I Choose You!" did in its seventh week in theaters.

Sekigahara
Despicable Me 3 Wonder Woman

For the weekend of August 26th to August 26th, this year's Pocket Monsters dropped down to eighth place. According to Cinema Today the film has been watched by 2,723,838 people and has made 3,184,546,100 yen in ticket sales so far. For comparison's sake, 2014's Pokémon the movie XY "The Cocoon of Destruction and Diancie" & "Pikachu, What is This the Key To?" only managed to bring in 2.91 billion yen during its entire theatrical run and 2013's Pocket Monsters Best Wishes! The Movie "The Extreme Speed Genosect and the Awakening of Mewtwo" & "Pikachu and its Eevee Friends" brought in 3.17 billion yen altogether. So in other words, I Choose You! is the best performing Pocket Monsters movie since the Best Wishes! days and it still has a few more weeks to go.


Looking at rest of the charts, Sekigahara, a movie centered around the real world Battle of Sekigahara, came in first. Second place went to Despicable Me 3 and third place went to Wonder Woman, which only just came out in Japan last weekend and has generated some bad press overseas for its incredibly tone deaf new image song. The rest of the Top Ten is as follows:

Rank
Last Week
Title
Distributor
No. of Theaters
Weeks in Theaters
1
NEW
Sekigahara
Toho, Asmik-Ace
338
1
2
2 Despicable Me 3 Toho Towa
359
6
3
NEW Wonder Woman
Warner Bros. Movies
338
1
4
3 Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom? Toho 298
2
5
5  I Want to Eat Your Pancreas Toho
319
5
6
1
High & Low the Movie 2 End of Sky Shochiku 314
2
7
4
Spider-Man: Homecoming Sony Pictures Entertainment 355
3
8
6 Pocket Monsters the Movie "I Choose You!" Toho 364
7
9
9 Mary and the Witch's Flower
Toho
365
8
10
8
Gintama Warner Bros. Movies 334
7

Source:  Eiga.com


Pocket Monsters The Movie "I Choose You!" is the 20th Pokemon movie and is now playing in Japan. The English dub, titled Pokémon The Movie "I Choose You!" will have a limited theatrical run in the U.S. on November 5th and 6th, 2017.

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Movie 20 Japanese Box Office Performance, Week Six
August 24th, 2017

Dogasu @ 7:47 JST -- How is Pocket Monsters the Movie "I Choose You!" doing in its sixth week in theaters?

High & Low the Movie 2 End of Sky
Despicable Me 3 Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom?

The 20th Pocket Monsters movie returned to the Number 6 position after last week's brief return to fourth place. According to Cinema Today the film made 2,973,000,000 yen in ticket sales, surpassing the 2.6 billion yen box office total that 2015's Pokémon the movie XY "Volcanion and the Tricky Magearna" made during its entire run.


Looking at rest of the charts, High & Low the Movie 2 End of Sky managed to finally bump Despicable Me 3 out of the top spot while Fireworks, Should We See It [sic] from the Side or the Bottom? rounded out the Top 3. The rest of the Top Ten looks like this:

Rank
Last Week
Title
Distributor
No. of Theaters
Weeks in Theaters
1
NEW
High & Low the Movie 2 End of Sky
Shochiku
314
1
2
1 Despicable Me 3 Toho Towa
359
5
3
NEW Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom?
Toho
298
1
4
2 Spider-Man: Homecoming Sony Pictures Entertainment
355
2
5
3  I Want to Eat Your Pancreas Toho
319
4
6
4
Pocket Monsters the Movie "I Choose You!" Toho
364
6
7
5
Transformers: The Last Knight Towa Pictures
334
3
8
6 Gintama Warner Bros. Movies
334
6
9
9 Mary and the Witch's Flower
Toho
365
7
10
8
Kamen Rider Ex-Aid The Movie True Ending / Uchu Sentai Kyuranger the Movie: Geth Indaver Strikes Back Toei
317
3

Source:  Eiga.com


Pocket Monsters The Movie "I Choose You!" is the 20th Pokemon movie and is now playing in Japan. The English dub, titled Pokémon The Movie "I Choose You!" will have a limited theatrical run in the U.S. on November 5th and 6th, 2017.

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"It's Mr. Mime Time"
August 20th, 2017

Dogasu @ 12:10 JST -- The next entry in #Kanto2017 is "It's Mr. Mime Time"!

"It's Mr. Mime Time!"

Next week I'll be taking another look at "Holiday Hi-Jynx," an episode that's caused a lot of controversy over the years for various reasons. I haven't updated the comparison since the episode was de-existed in the West back in 2014 so there will be plenty of new stuff for me to add to the revamped comparison!

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Pocket Monsters Sun & Moon Planetarium
August 18th, 2017

Dogasu @ 1:45 JST -- The Konica Minolta website has quietly announced a new Pocket Monsters planetarium special coming out soon called Pocket Monsters Sun & Moon Planetarium.

Pocket Monsters Sun & Moon Planetarium

For those of you who may not know, "Pocket Monsters Planetarium Shows" are these specials that are released every few years that are screened exclusively in planetariums. These mixtures of 3D and 2D animation make full use of the planetarium's unique dome shape to provide a viewing experience unlike anything you can see on a regular TV or movie screen. This year's Sun & Moon planetarium special is the sixth one overall; you can see information about the other five specials over in the Movies & Specials Guide.

Konica Minolta has released a synopsis for the 29 minute special:

Tomorrow is a very special day because you'll be able to see a total eclipse of the sun! If you miss this opportunity then it'll be more than 300 years before you get a chance to see another one in the Alola region! When Satoshi and his friends hear this they decide to go with Mamane to Eclipse Island, the central spot to see the solar event. There, they meet a "Solar Eclipse Hunter" named Fred who travels around the world chasing after solar eclipses. They decide to watch it with him but unfortunately, the weather is a bit cloudy on the actual day of the eclipse. Satoshi and his friends, thinking they'll definitely be able to see the eclipse from above the clouds, decide to head toward the top of a mountain to get a better view.

Meanwhile, the Rocket-Dan hear that rare pokemon are said to appear during the solar eclipse and, thinking they can also capture Pikachu while they're at it, sneak away from Kiteruguma's nest and hurry to the top of the mountain to confront Satoshi and his friends. During the conflict, however, the solar eclipse starts without them! Will Satoshi and his friends be able to watch the solar eclipse after all?

Use your full power to not miss the miraculous moment when the sun and moon perform their special dance!


So far, the only confirmed screenings we know about are at the ones that start September 10th at the Yamaguchi General Children's Center. Others are sure to be announced in the following weeks.
Once the show makes its way over to Tokyo I'll go see it and write up a report like I did for Pocket Monsters XY The Space Debris back in 2014.

None of the previous specials have ever been dubbed into English so it's unlikely that this one will be make it out of Japan either.

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Japanese Box Office Performance, Week Five
August 16th, 2017

Dogasu @ 11:31 JST -- The 20th movie, Pocket Monsters the Movie "I Choose You!" has now been in theaters for a month in Japan. How is it doing?

Despicable Me 3
Spider-Man: Homecoming
I Want to Eat Your Pancreas

Pocket Monsters the Movie "I Choose You!" managed to climb its way back to the number four position in its fifth week after being in sixth place the weeks before. This kind of thing isn't unprecedented; 2015's Pokémon the movie XY "The Archdjinn of the Rings, Hoopa" & "Pikachu and the Pokemon Band" went from 11th place to 10th place in its fifth week, 2012's Pocket Monsters Best Wishes! The Movie "Kyurem vs. The Sacred Swordsman Keldeo" & "Meloetta's Dazzling Recital" went from 5th place to 4th place in its fourth week, 2011's Pocket Monsters Best Wishes! The Movie "Victini and the Black Hero Zekrom" / "Victini and the White Hero Reshiram" went from 6th place to 4th place in its seventh week in theaters, etc.

I have to wonder if the Pikachu Outbreak! event that was held in Yokohama this weekend had anything to do with the increase in ticket sales. I went to the event on Saturday (you can watch a video I uploaded of the event here) and there were literally thousands of people walking around, taking pictures of the various Pikachu shows and Pokémon GO in hopes of catching rare pokemon like Barrierd and Unknown. It's not hard to imagine fans wanting to hop into a movie theater to watch this year's movie to cap the day off, you know? Other contributing factors to the movie doing better this week may include the fact that there was only one new major release (Spider-Man: Homecoming) and the fact that it was a three-day weekend.

So far, Pocket Monsters the Movie "I Choose You!" has made 2.5 billion yen in ticket sales. This is significant because this means Movie 20 has made more money in its first five weeks in theaters than its predecessor, Pokémon the movie XY&Z "Volcanion and the Tricky Magearna," made during its entire theatrical run.


As for the rest of the movie charts, Despicable Me 3 continues to be unstoppable as it stays in the top spot for the fourth week in a row. The Japanese release of Spider-Man: Homecoming got the number two spot while I Want to Eat Your Pancreas regained the Number 3 spot after being in fourth place the previous week.

Here's the full line-up:

Rank
Last Week
Title
Distributor
No. of Theaters
Weeks in Theaters
1
1
Despicable Me 3
Toho Towa
359
4
2
NEW Spider-Man: Homecoming
Sony Pictures Entertainment
355
1
3
4  I Want to Eat Your Pancreas Toho
319
3
4
6 Pocket Monsters the Movie "I Choose You!" Toho
364
5
5
3 Transformers: The Last Knight Towa Pictures
334
2
6
8
Gintama
Warner Bros. Movies
334
5
7
9
Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell no Tales Disney
365
7
8
2 Kamen Rider Ex-Aid The Movie True Ending / Uchu Sentai Kyuranger the Movie: Geth Indaver Strikes Back
Toei
317
2
9
10 Mary and the Witch's Flower
Toho
365
6
10
7
The Mummy
Toho Towa
333
3

Source:  Eiga.com


Pocket Monsters The Movie "I Choose You!" is the 20th Pokemon movie and is now playing in Japan. The English dub, titled Pokémon The Movie "I Choose You!" will have a limited theatrical run in the U.S. on November 5th and 6th, 2017.

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"The Battle of the Badge"
August 15th, 2017

Dogasu @ 11:29 JST -- The revamped version of my comparison for "The Battle of the Badge" has now been posted.

"The Battle of the Badge"

In addition to the usual tweaks (changing Nyasu to Nyarth, replacing all the screenshots with better quality versions, eliminating the double spacing between sentences) I've also corrected a translation error I made the first time around.

Next week (well, later this week) will be the updated comparison for "It's Mr. Mime Mimie Time."

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Japanese Box Office Performance, Week Four
August 7th, 2017

Dogasu @ 23:33 JST -- Another week, another look at how Pocket Monsters the Movie "I Choose You!" is doing in Japan.

Despicable Me 3
Kamen Rider / Kyuranger double feature
Transformers: The Last Knight

Pocket Monsters the Movie "I Choose You!" managed to hold on to its number 6 position in its fourth weekend in theaters, which lasted from August 5th to August 6th, and has managed to make 2.1 billion yen so far. The last Pocket Monsters movie to pass the 2 billion yen mark by this point in its run was 2012's Pocket Monsters Best Wishes! The Movie "Kyurem vs. The Sacred Swordsman Keldeo" & "Meloetta's Dazzling Recital".


As for the rest of the movie charts, Despicable Me 3 kept its top spot for the third week in a row, this year's superhero double feature Kamen Rider Ex-Aid The Movie True Ending / Uchu Sentai Kyuranger the Movie: Geth Indaver Strikes Back came in at number two, and the Japanese debut of Transformers: The Last Knight rounded out the Top Three.


Here's the full line-up:

Rank
Last Week
Title
Distributor
No. of Theaters
Weeks in Theaters
1
1
Despicable Me 3
Toho Towa
359
3
2
NEW Kamen Rider Ex-Aid The Movie True Ending / Uchu Sentai Kyuranger the Movie: Geth Indaver Strikes Back
Toei 316
1
3
NEW Transformers: The Last Knight
Towa Pictures
334
1
4
3  I Want to Eat Your Pancreas Toho
319
2
5
NEW JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable Chapter I
Toho, Warner Bros. Movies
323
1
6
6
Pocket Monsters the Movie "I Choose You!"
Toho
364
4
7
2
The Mummy Toho Towa
333
2
8
4 Gintama Warner Bros. Movies
334
4
9
7 Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell no Tales Disney
365
6
10
8
Mary and the Witch's Flower Toho
365
5

Source:  Eiga.com


Pocket Monsters The Movie "I Choose You!" is the 20th Pokemon movie and is now playing in Japan. The English dub, titled Pokémon The Movie "I Choose You!" will have a limited theatrical run in the U.S. on November 5th and 6th, 2017.

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"Clefairy Tales"
August 6th, 2017

Dogasu @ 21:29 JST -- This week's Kanto2017 episode comparison is "Clefairy Tales," the final episode before Satoshi's final (Kanto) gym challenge! There are no paint edits in this one but there's still plenty of script and music changes worth talking about!

"Clefairy Tales"

The next few weeks will be rehash comparisons which is great for me because it'll give me time to tackle the massive backlog of Movie 20 material I still have to wade through. It's actually pretty overwhelming! I also hope to have time to (finally!) do a write-up for the Rocket-Dan event I was lucky enough to go to last month so there will still be plenty of content coming your way in the meantime!

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Japanese Box Office Performance, Week Three
August 1st, 2017

Dogasu @ 07:51 JST -- Let's check in to see how Pocket Monsters the Movie "I Choose You!" did in its third week in theaters in Japan.

Despicable Me 3
The Mummy
I Want to Eat Your Pancreas

In its third weekend in theaters, from July 29th to July 30th, Pocket Monsters the Movie "I Choose You!" dropped to sixth place. The 20th Pocket Monsters movie has made 1.7 billion yen so far. For comparison's sake, 2016's Pokémon the movie XY&Z "Volcanion and the Tricky Magearna" had made 123 million yen by its third week, 2015's Pokémon the movie XY "The Archdjinn of the Rings, Hoopa" & "Pikachu and the Pokemon Band" had made 1.3 billion yen, and 2014's Pokémon the movie XY "The Cocoon of Destruction and Diancie" & "Pikachu, What is This the Key To?" had made 1.4 billion yen by this point in its run.

As for the rest of the movie charts, Despicable Me 3 kept its top spot, the Japanese debut of the Tom Cruise film The Mummy came in at number two, and the the live action adaptation of a novel called I Want to Eat Your Pancreas came in at number three. The live-action Tokyo Ghoul film also debuted this week, at number five.


Here's the full line-up:

Rank
Last Week
Title
Distributor
No. of Theaters
Weeks in Theaters
1
1
Despicable Me 3
Toho Towa
359
2
2
NEW The Mummy
Toho Towa 333
1
3
NEW  I Want to Eat Your Pancreas
Toho
319
1
4
2 Gintama Warner Bros. Movies
334
3
5
NEW Tokyo Ghoul
Shochiku
305
1
6
4
Pocket Monsters the Movie "I Choose You!"
Toho
364
3
7
3
Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell no Tales Disney 365
5
8
6 Mary and the Witch's Flower Toho
365
4
9
5 Cars 3
Disney
345
3
10
7
Shinobi no Kuni
Toho 322
5

Source:  Eiga.com


Pocket Monsters The Movie "I Choose You!" is the 20th Pokemon movie and is now playing in Japan. The English dub, titled Pokémon The Movie "I Choose You!" will have a limited theatrical run in the U.S. on November 5th and 6th, 2017.

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