Mustachio Cuts, Player Profile: Tony Lippett


Mustachio has a special dolce for Dolfans today.  Today Mustachio gets a visit from the versatile Antonio Lippett!  You sapere Lippett.  He is a wide receiver.  No scusami, he is a cornerback, scusami a wide receiver…eh…scusami a cornerback???


Oh…here he is Tony Lippett…Prego Antonio…si accomodi.  Sit Sit…Mustachio going to make nice cut for you.

Hey Antonio…Mustachio has to chiedere…are you a wide receiver or a defensive back?  at 6’2, 192 pounds you would be a grande wide receiver.  But you already make the plays as a defensive back.

Mustachio hears you picked off three passes in practice uno day.  Mustachio thinks to himself…possibile that Antonio be a better cornerback in the NFL than a receiver?


No offesa Antonio but the Dolphins already have Parker, Landry, Stills and Jennings.  At best you gonna be cinque on the depth chart…but at cornerback maybe you can develop into the next Richard Sherman…

The Dolphins already assigned you the number #36.

And those tre interceptions.  They giver Mustachio sperare about our defense.  Imagine if our coaches made Antonio into an elite cornerback…Mustachio is dreaming now…no?

DAVIE, FL - MAY 8: Tony Lippett #36 intercepts the ball intended for Tyler McDonald #15 of the Miami Dolphins during the rookie minicamp on May 8, 2015 at the Miami Dolphins training facility in Davie, Florida. (Photo by Joel Auerbach/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Tyler McDonald;Tony Lippett

No Mustachio is no dreaming!  e vero!  Let me tell you about a story Antonio.  A story about one of Mustachio’s great ancestors:  Marco Mustachavis, a great General of the Roman Army.


Many generations ago, Marco was uno Roman General ottimo! Marco had two sides to him: a knife he used to carve up the barbarians he faced and a little screw he used to torture the survivors.  “Ah the spoils of victory” the other Romans disse about Marco.

The Roman Senators disse to Marco.  “Amare Marco everyone.  He can be used two ways:  To fight and to torture.  No one else is like Marco!”

But at night Marco cries and cannot sleep.  All the fighting and especially torture make Marco triste.  Marco throw rocks in the ocean instead of sleeping…

Mediterranean Sea, Torre de la Horadada, Spain

 One day while conquering a neighboring hoard, Marco stumble onto a peasant crushing grapes.  Marco disse to the peasant – “Why do you smash the grapes?”  The peasant disse to Marco…”to make wine but I must drink the wine, because I have no place to store it”

So of course, Marco kill the stupid peasant

Marco takes vino and puts it in a bottle.  Then he puts cork in it.


After the battle is over Marco brings the bottled wine to the Roman Soldiers and disse “Let’s Partito!”

But no one can get the cork out.  So Marco looks at the bottle and disse “Vino, if you do not release, I will torture you with my toturing device”

Suddenly everyone realize that Marco is a corkscrew who happens to be a knife too.

No more war.  No more battles.  No more toture.  And especially no more crying for Marco!  Only Vino!

From that day on the Roman Empire stop fighting.  They just drink vino instead!  Some say that is what ended the Roman Empire and blame Marco for the end of the empire.  But Marco non importa!  Marco drunk now!


So of course Antonio, it ha senso.  If the Dolphins convert you to cornerback, the New England Empire will fall and all Dolfans die drunk and happy…

Hey Antonio where you go?  Mustachio not give you a mustache yet…

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103 Responses to Mustachio Cuts, Player Profile: Tony Lippett

  1. Rockphin says:

    Good morning mob I hope everyone has a great week

    Oh not that it’s a big deal but first

    I hope Tony becomes a bad ass defensive back and a starter for the Miami Dolphins

  2. bat says:

    “Omar Kelly ‏@OmarKelly now

    In my humble opinion the only thing that can stop Ndamukong Suh from being a Hall of Famer are injuries & a horrible QB (impacts wins)”

    Twitterella cannot resist taking a thinly veiled shot at Tannehill

  3. Rhino says:

    “dolphin fans die drunk and happy” …. um, I think most of the folks here are HALFWAY to this goal on a daily basis. (hint: the corkscrew) 🙂

  4. son of a son of a shula says:

    Thanks Piggs. It’ll be interesting and fun to watch Lippett, and that will be soon!

  5. wyoming85 says:

    Making friends I see! 😉

    Josh Houtz ‏@houtz 48m48 minutes ago
    Fuck you @OmarKelly

  6. wyoming85 says:

    Jarrod ‏@dolfan565 11h11 hours ago
    Catching up on Twitter like: #FuckOmar

    • Rhino says:

      Times like this that this site needs a “like” or “rec” button. 🙂 Omar saying The Man wasn’t “good enough”…. un-be-fucking-lievalbe! Shock Jock-ing is NOT journalism… it’s a way to get on espn. Sun Sentinel deserves better. Omar says he’s not a “ball watcher”.. but he’s clearly a “ball sniffer”

    • Rhino says:

      um… the sign is targeting “teacher school supplies”, not students. LOL

      speaking of which… time for us lazy, entitled teachers to get to the store and buy supplies for our students using our own money. lol Schools want a “business model” but I can’t imagine a business where employees have to provide their own supplies. (sorry for the commentary… a week of vacation has me rested enough to have an opinion again lol)

      • Try Pod says:

        I hear you Rhino. My wife is a school counselor. We buy things for the school frequently with no expectation of reimbursement. There’s more expectation placed on teachers than there is parents.

  7. D says:

    Yeah its pretty funny… doesn’t talk QB’s but somewhere talking about the career potential of a DT comes back around to QB failures lol…that fucking stupid.

    • D says:

      Only thing keeping Suh out of the HoF is coming to Miami and playing with Tanny… thats a fucking stretch even for him.

  8. D says:

    Lippett is the kinda corner we have been looking for, and i know its not a popular statement, but i could see him making the renegotiation/cut of Grimes all that much easier. Bid bodied enough to play press, fluid like a receiver with speed to run man to man, and goot football intelligence and instincts to slide into zone when needed. Grimes will need to ball out this year to stay, or hope to go Taylor/Davis suck. Lippett i think makes i ton the field by start of the season next year, minimum.

  9. Rockphin says:

    I appreciate the effort Piggy, but how the fuck does an article about Tony Lippett become 3/4 about some imaginary ancestor of some imaginary character from one of your odysseys?

  10. bat says:

    Rock … Watch what you say about Mustachio … he knows people …

  11. Rockphin says:

    I am still worried about our secondary, even with Lippett (Don’t see him contributing right away) mostly because of this:

    Jamar Taylor has allowed 37 receptions on 53 passes thrown into his coverage (69.8 percent) in the first two years of his career, so he’ll have to significantly improve on that mark if he wants to hold down the starting spot.

    And Taylor is the front runner to start opposite Grimes…..

    • D says:

      I think a lot of that shit is spun up by the media to plac undue worry on fans. He was hardly healthy last year and it was his first chance at starting, he also has had an entire off season to work at it.

      Coaches brought in 2 vet DB’s both of which with pretty good resume’s and in a win now mode they arent going to worry about feeling with Taylor, he is either good enough or he isnt and they start a different guy. Im not so worried about our secondary because i think we have some quality players who can be trusted, and if Taylor is the top of the list, then he is the best to start.

      I understand its hard to have confidence in something you havent see yet, but its just as impossible to not have confidence because of last years performance, these guys are constantly working to get better. I wouldn’t worry about it, team will field the best guy for the spot, put your confidence in that.

      • Ken says:

        I think the biggest issue with Taylor is to keep him healthy enough to stay on the field. He has flashed when given a chance but he needs to be on the field and he will have some growing pains too.

  12. Rockphin says:

    Bat, I know “people” too. I won’t even have to talk to my “people” when he talks to his “people” THEY will set him straight…

  13. Rockphin says:

    Besides who is ascairt of a cuckold razor anyway…

  14. Ken says:

    Nice job Piggy. I was expecting something with White Water Rafting but still very funny. LOL.

  15. The Flying Pig says:

    Rockphin says:
    July 13, 2015 at 11:30 am (Edit)
    I appreciate the effort Piggy, but how the fuck does an article about Tony Lippett become 3/4 about some imaginary ancestor of some imaginary character from one of your odysseys?

    Since when has anything I have ever written been more than a 1/4 reality based anyway
    a quarter is probably generous

    that is just my style

  16. Ken says:

    I am not in love with our secondary but there is a lot of potential there. Grimes and Jones are solid players at their positions. I am not a huge fan of Delmas and he has a hard time staying healthy to boot. I like Taylor’s potential but he needs to stay healthy and develop all at the same time. I think Aikens has tons of potential and I almost want to see him on the field more than Delmas but he will have growing pains. I love Lippett’s potential but he is transitioning to a new position and will need time to develop. So there is potential all across the secondary but it is hard to say that this secondary can be counted on at this point. They are going to need Suh and Wake to collapse that pocket early and often to thrive imo.

  17. Ken says:

    So if Suh continued to play with Matthew Stafford he would be a HOFer? LOL.

  18. Randy says:

    It all depends on how Coyle wants to call his defense. But, if we are going to try to have a pressure defense, what will teams be doing against us….throwing the ball out quick to avoid our pressure, hopefully. This typically puts more pressure on your LBers to cover more and on your secondary to be able to react quickly on quick passes…and getting receivers on the ground on first contact/tackling. Gotta keep RAC low.
    Do we see more press? Do we see more games up front…or creative fronts to create pressure? Do we have the LBers and cbs to play tight coverage and tackle well? Can we defend the middle of the field?

    • Ken says:

      MIsi in coverage is a liability.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      I don;t think Coyle is really a press kind of guy
      and I think most of our personal is better suited for zone coverage

      Defensively most of our problems last year flowed from not being able to stop the run

      The most significant change on D is probably just the personel at DT
      we now have Suh and Mosley and that was the #1 run D int he NFL last year

      I’m guessing if the plan was to play more press maybe Trae Waynes would have been on our radar or maybe we would have taken a CB a little earlier

      People say Bobby McCain is strictly a zone CB

  19. Rockphin says:

    Do we see more press? Do we see more games up front…or creative fronts to create pressure? Do we have the LBers and cbs to play tight coverage and tackle well? Can we defend the middle of the field?

    All this and more will be answered on the next episode…

  20. Randy says:

    I agree, but they can get him off the field in sub packages. Or, maybe we see him improve in that area this year. TE/RB and slot coverage will be more crucial if we’re forcing QBs to throw the ball quickly. Who’s our slot corner? Do we know for sure yet?

  21. wyoming85 says:

    Yes, Marino never won a Super Bowl and only went to one. But when you go back and look at the impact he has had on the game itself questioning his talent or abilities flat out screams of a desperate plea for attention, which is concerning for the state of sports analysis.

  22. Rockphin says:

    That was supposed to be the Theme Song from “Soap”

    If any of you guys remember that show they used to end every episode with a sting of questions similar to Randy’s list and then say “All this and more will be answered on the next episode..”

  23. Randy says:

    I loved Soap! Great reference. Lol

  24. wyoming85 says:

    Rhino I hear ya brother

    Being the husband of a teacher I get to ask the question of ” I’ve only got one kid what is all this other stuff for” 😦

    I still can’t figure out why parents can’t buy a box of #2 pencils?

    Of course the list of supplies is way bigger than when I was at school!

  25. Rockphin says:

    Who’s our slot corner? Do we know for sure yet?

    I don’t think anything is set in stone yet, but they brought in Brice McCane to play the slot…

    Brice McCain has proven that he’s one of the better slot cornerbacks in the game; he allowed one reception per 12.9 snaps in coverage he played in the slot, which was the second-best ratio in the NFL last season. But can the 5’9″, 187-pound cornerback be trusted to play a significant role on the perimeter?

  26. Rockphin says:

    Randy, I use “Burt’s” invisibility tripple snap all the time when I want to disappear and no one gets it.

  27. Randy says:

    When my kids were little, we used to buy supplies for our kids’ teachers’ rooms. After a couple of years, the school just started sending out lists of room supplies that each teacher would compile. Then, parents could just go buy stuff and bring it to school or donate money to the pool of money to go purchase supplies by one of the room parents…which we were lucky to have. It also helped families who were struggling to make ends meet get all the stuff their children needed.
    Teachers still spent their own money…but it could be on “fun” stuff for the room and not pencils and glue.

  28. Ken says:

    I am off to court. Peace to you all.

  29. stangerx says:

    “one of Mustachio’s great ancestors: Marco Mustachavis, a great General of the Roman Army.” LOL — Mustachio must have found a leaf on

    Great write Pig…..Lippett certainly does have that how high is the curve interest going. Might be we got him on the cheap cause we viewed him as a DB.

  30. The Flying Pig says:

    50 Cent filed for bankruptcy
    I wonder what he listed as the net worth for his assetts

    • stangerx says:

      What stupidity…….he must have gone to the Ochocinco school of money management.

      • The Flying Pig says:

        he filed bankruptcy after some one won a 5M lawsuit against him
        I’m sure he is just hiding assets and isn;t really broke

  31. stangerx says:

    wyoming85 says:
    July 12, 2015 at 8:35 pm
    Here ya go Stanger

    James McKinney ‏@Texascowpunk · 7h7 hours ago
    NFL 1000: Top 32 Punters

    1. Brandon Fields, Miami Dolphins
    Punt Power: 44/50; Punt Placement: 43/45; Starter: 5/5
    Brandon Fields (6’5″, 249 lbs, eight seasons) had a down year in terms of distance average (46.3 yards) and height, maxing out at a subpar 4.75 seconds. Where he excelled was with his surgeon-like precision and his ability to keep the ball out of the end zone. He routinely left his opponents with poor field position, causing them to start inside the 20-yard line on nearly half of his 58 punts. If it wasn’t for Fields playing with a short field on most of his punts, or if he played more games indoors, we would likely see his distance up near the top of the league.
    Wyoming put this out yesterday but the Bucs were on…….and that is #1 fellows.

    And could not agree more on the placement……could have been him staring in American Sniper.

    • Rockphin says:

      Except when he shanked a couple in crucial moments handing the game to the other team……….

      • stangerx says:

        He didn’t start the season well, but then he was back to being him. Would be different if it went the other way around.

  32. Randy says:

    I think there were more issues last year than not stopping the run. I know that got a lot of attention, but it really wasn’t much different than our run defense the year before. The stats are very similar. I don’t think Suh was brought here simply to stop the run. I think he was brought here to disrupt offenses with pressure….to bring a presence to our interior defensive line that we haven’t seen in years. But, I would agree that we might not see Coyle change much of anything. I think having Suh and NOT figuring out ways to increase your pressure would make no sense to me.
    Our LBers were also a big reason our run defense struggled at times. Better play up front helps with that, but the LBers still have to make tackles.

    • The Flying Pig says:

      the big difference between the run defense in 2013 to 2014 was that it was pretty average most of the year in 2013

      but in 2014 we started off pretty good and faded at the end of the year

  33. Rockphin says:

    Before you lose your mind there Malcolm X I was just busting balls! LOL

  34. Try Pod says:

    She crashed while she was driving- and it wasn’t just her car:

    • Try Pod says:

      I have no idea how I did that or why it happened.

    • stangerx says:

      LOL — I had that out ready to paste. She just better hope that her name doesn’t leak out.

    • D says:

      she’s lucky. Driving that mini cooper she could have rammed that thing so deep from impact of the wreck she could have had a very embarrassing explanation when they asked her if she was injured in any way.

  35. bat says:

    I don’t understand the concern about who will be the DB’s in Coyle’s system ..How hard is it to play 15 yards off the ball and miss tackles? …

  36. stangerx says:

    bat — however well they tackle (or not)……..have a feeling being a DB on this team is going to be a bit easier this year. Guessing you won’t be seeing as much soft coverage either when they know the QB is going to get less 2nd chances after recovery.

  37. bat says:

    Stanger … We’ll see about the less soft coverage ..I wouldn’t count on it …

  38. Al in MIA says:

    This is the first time in a while that i’ve felt good about the corner talent coming in.
    McCain & Lippett are a step up in talent level than the likes of Carroll & Wilson (Parcells/Ireland’s guys).
    These two picks will threaten to take veteran jobs IMO (a year on the development timeline).

  39. Al in MIA says:

    I don’t know if any of you ever read this article on Lippett that got written during the combine event dates but anyway here it is.

  40. Rockphin says:

    Gloucestershire Pronounced “Glowstershire” in New England because they don’t know how to freaking speak!

    • Al in MIA says:

      Some of these English words have their own way of being accented 😦
      Gloucester being “GLOSS-STER” (As I heard it while in London living near Gloucester Road).
      The Thames river is another one :/ …Pronounced “TEMS”
      But going back to Gloucestershire that should be prouncouned “Glaus-ster-sure or Glaus-ster-sheer”

    • D says:

      Worcester is woo-ster…. in england its wuus-ter, they definately have their own language since the fuckers who founded those towns pronounce it different lol.

  41. stangerx says:

    The Flying Pig says:
    Okay folks
    It looks like the Houston game has won the poll
    Let’s try to get a head count of who plans to attend

    Who is in
    Stanger (+1)
    OD (better half TBA)
    Son (in for 2, Maybe more)
    Rock (+1 search on)
    Al ( in, maybe +1)
    Toba (+3, including the dreaded Pats fan)
    Mike E (maybe with +1, +2 or +3)
    FFR (maybe)
    Ken (maybe)
    Bookman (maybe and maybe +1)
    Brian in NY (maybe)
    Herd (maybe)

    Repost and add you name if you plan on going to texans at dolphins.
    And we have seats reserved already……..

    • Rockphin says:

      At this point you can cross out my +1

      LOL if you do then MAYBE I will meet someone. It doesn’t look promising right now. And yes Uncle Stanger, I am Online now…(hello is this thing working…..HELLO?)

      • Rockphin says:

        My brother says maybe I should change up my profile pictures….then he said, oh right, there are no angles that make ugly less ugly…..Fuck off little brother. LOL

  42. D says:

    I dont know if any of you have looked at Bowman’s career stats but they arent too shabby. He had a span of time in the middle of his career that he looked like he might be becoming a rotational player but past couple years he has been pretty productive and solid starter material. Brice McCain which to me ideally mans the slot position aslo has a decent vet resume. Add to that, 2 rookies that have looked pretty impressive early on, in drills that that should reflect closely to what that will be like with pads on, and i think you see a pretty strong nucleus and “in case of emergency” clause to our CB situation. CB to me seems pretty deep and fairly secure.

    Safety to me would be more concerning than CB, or even LB if you really want something to piss and moan about. LB run support will be easier and not having to be so johnny on the spot in run support should make each of them more relaxed in coverage and do better jobs there. I think Misis is actually pretty solid coverage, so im not sure why Ken feels he is a liability, but my concern is Chris McCain’s coverage ability. He has the size and athleticism to play it, just haven’t seen him drop into coverage enough to know how well he will play. Probably will get a lot of help in passing downs until he settles in so im not even overly concerned, but if any spot is worrisome, that’s the one.

  43. Rockphin says:

    Yeah, D I got directions once from a New Englander to the Cape from Providence, RI Airport and they got me totally lost with their directions. Keep an eye out for Woos-ster, etc, etc.

    I was like how about SPELLING the fucking words for me because WORCESTER is not Wooster!

  44. D says:

    I know its nothing, but its funny to me when i looked at our team page on andit had us ranked as 4th in the afc east. I was like WTF, why are we 4th. I mean Alphabetically we are second, by M in Miami, and/or D in dolphins. We finished 3rd in the division last year so last years rankings arent in play, and cant for the life understand me how they came up with this pre-ranking order.

    New York Jets
    New England

    Lol, life as the most shit on team in the division.

  45. D says:

    Rockphin says:
    July 13, 2015 at 3:53 pm
    At this point you can cross out my +1

    LOL if you do then MAYBE I will meet someone. It doesn’t look promising right now. And yes Uncle Stanger, I am Online now…(hello is this thing working…..HELLO?)
    Get a tatoo of a rooster on your thigh from your sack to your kneecap and then you can include in your profile that you have a cock that hangs to your knee and it wont even be false advertising.

    • Rockphin says:

      The guy in the office next to me has a rooster in a noose on the side of his calf. Same general idea except his cock hangs below his knee and he has the actual Tattoo. I’ve seen it.

  46. drg says:

    What’s up guys? Football just around the corner…..

    Stanger, I’m going to catch the SD game in Cali, but will check the date on Houston. A weekend South Beach trip in the winter wouldn’t suck.

    Regarding our coverage schemes, I would be surprised to see much press coverage as that doesn’t really fit our personnel. I think you guys will like Bryce McCain. He’s quick and does a nice job closing. A bit like Grimes, actually. We really need Jamar Taylor to step up this year. He’s capable. I also have always liked Willie D, but doubt he’ll be at 100%.

    I think our LBs might be a strength this year. Once the defense develops some chemistry they could be pretty good later in the season. Injuries might kill us though since depth doesn’t seem too great.

    • stangerx says:

      cool you are thinking of it drg. Worst place to be in late Oct…….even if the company would suck 🙂

  47. Rockphin says:

    I guess my biggest concern on Defense is how young we are all over. That’s a GREAT thing if they wind up being young and good, but right now we have so many starters that are ‘untested’ and the backups more so.

  48. D says:

    Rockphin says:
    July 13, 2015 at 4:25 pm
    The guy in the office next to me has a rooster in a noose on the side of his calf. Same general idea except his cock hangs below his knee and he has the actual Tattoo. I’ve seen it.
    Knew another guys who had one too lol. Was a great conversation starter with the women. He’d wear long legged shorts and ask them if they wanted to see it and then start pulling up his pants leg and most the women would just blush and stuff but be eye locking his leg when he was doing it lol. Only saw him pull that shit a couple nihts but was realing them in left and right with that line.

  49. wyoming85 says:

    The Finsiders ‏@TheFinsiders 59m59 minutes ago
    Ja’Wuan says Coach Lazor has told the unit ‘We look 10 times better than last year at this point. We are moving way faster as an offense.’

    The Finsiders ‏@TheFinsiders 60m60 minutes ago
    Ja’Wuan James to @GregLikens as he gets ready for his 2nd year: “I’m more comfortable, I know what is coming now.”

  50. wyoming85 says:

    Mike E with his new computer system! 😉

  51. stangerx says:

    The Flying Pig says:
    Okay folks
    It looks like the Houston game has won the poll
    Let’s try to get a head count of who plans to attend

    Who is in
    Stanger (+1)
    OD (better half TBA)
    Son (in for 2, Maybe more)
    Rock (but he is a darn good looking guy…..)
    Al ( in, maybe +1)
    Toba (+3, including the dreaded Pats fan)
    Mike E (maybe with +1, +2 or +3)
    FFR (maybe)
    Ken (maybe)
    Bookman (maybe and maybe +1)
    Brian in NY (maybe)
    Herd (maybe)
    drg (maybe)

    Repost and add you name if you plan on going to texans at dolphins.
    And we have seats reserved already……..

  52. wyoming85 says:

    Miami Dolphins ‏@MiamiDolphins 11m11 minutes ago
    He brings a solid combination of receiving and blocking skills.


  53. olddolphan says:

    Well boyz and girlz I am back from a convention in Orlando. –Just in time to get up at about 4:30 AM Thursday to catch the first flight to Baltimore for yet another convention and another 7-day week!!
    HOPE ALL OF YOU are ready for another chapter of “FOLLOWING PERFECTION” coming on this website in just a few hours!! – – Time to kick some more butt!!!

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      Wednesday OD, get some rest bud.
      Tomorrow we get a guest article from our great friend from the north – Manitoba.
      (Thanks Manitoba and I hope you like the pics I added besides the one you sent.)

  54. wyoming85 says:

    James McKinney ‏@Texascowpunk · 2h2 hours ago
    Monday Evening Random Live Thread: Dan The Man Edition (My Response To Omar)

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      LMFAO @ not good enough.

      • olddolphan says:

        DAN THE MAN is the greatest quarterback of all time, period!! –Unlike old what’s his name, I’ve actually seen ALL the great quarterbacks from Unitas to Montana to Marino to Manning PLAY IN PERSON several times!! – – I would not trade Dan in his prime for ANY OTHER QB IN THEIR PRIME!! – – And I certainly WOULD NOT PAY ONE DAMN CENT to read the uninformed opinion of a football retard!

  55. son of a son of a shula says:

    Smokin’ Joe Todd Frazier

  56. olddolphan says:

    SON: Thanks for the reminding me what day it is!!!! —All these 7-day work weeks are making the days run together!! – – I’ll talk to all of you after work tonight!!
    NICE ARTICLE, MANITOBA!! – – Great info!! – – Keep ’em coming!!!

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