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2011.10.27 14:51 Xhaoser1234 Scouts Across The World

For all Past, Present and Future Scouts. /scouts
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2012.01.10 18:24 jacobheiss those who have pwn'd scouting and are doing the same across life in general

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2014.09.29 02:30 kenzieisonline a subreddit for women in leadership

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2020.04.14 22:43 Tuilere FOUND: More Fun Patch Programs that can be done online!

Women's Suffrage: https://www.gscnc.org/content/dam/girlscouts-gscnc/documents/Kits%20and%20Patches/Women%27s%20Suffrage%20Centennial%20Patch%20Program.pdf
Intellectual Property (Brownie, but there is a set for every level): https://www.gscnc.org/content/dam/girlscouts-gscnc/documents/Kits%20and%20Patches/Brownie%20IP%20Leader%20Guide.pdf
Organ Donor Patch: https://www.gssem.org/content/dam/gssem/documents/programs/gift_of_life_patch_program.pdf
Start with Kindness Patch: https://www.girlscouts.org/content/dam/NE_Texas/documents/Start%20With%20Kindness%20Requirements.pdf
Celebrate Diversity Patch: https://www.gsnetx.org/content/dam/NE_Texas/documents/Diversity_and_Inclusion_Patch_Requirements.pdf
I Love Minnesota Patch: https://www.girlscoutslp.org/en/events-repository/Virtual/we_minnesota_patch_p.html
Discovering Flight: https://www.gsccc.org/content/dam/girlscouts-gsccc/documents/patch-programs/Patch%20-%20Discovering%20Flight%202018.pdf
Also, some full Virtual Lesson Plans for badges here: https://www.gsnwgl.org/en/girls---families/girl-scouts-at-home.html Found this looking for a way to do Pets via Zoom.
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2020.04.02 23:20 hildebrand_rarity YSK: You Can Still Order Girl Scout Cookies Online

You can still order Girl Scout cookies online, just go here: https://www.girlscouts.org/en/cookie-care.html
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2020.03.31 23:49 dragonflygrl74 Things to do under quarantine

I hope everyone is doing okay and is staying healthy and sane during quarantine. Some citizens are very lucky to still be working during this time but the strain of the pandemic may be affecting you or people in your circle. To those out of work, please reach out to people in your community so we can help you through this. Below I’ve compiled a short list of things to keep you busy as well as some helpful resources. Here are recipes, tours for museums, zoos, libraries, fun things, boredom fixers, school assistance, Broadways shows, take-out guide, stress management, how to help others, complete the census (takes less than 10 minutes) and Girl Scout cookies. Remember, you can still stay connected with Facetime, Zoom, Snapchat, Nextdoor and other social media. https://www.allrecipes.com/recipes/83/everyday-cooking/convenience-cooking/ https://www.travelandleisure.com/attractions/museums-galleries/museums-with-virtual-tours https://www.heraldtribune.com/entertainment/20200327/live-streams-to-check-out-zoos-and-aquariums-online https://www.nypl.org/books-music-movies/ebookcentral https://www.npr.org/sections/coronavirus-live-updates/2020/03/27/822518136/keep-your-game-night-rolling-at-a-safe-distance-with-these-3-online-services https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/health-wellness/2020/03/16/coronavirus-quarantine-100-things-do-while-trapped-inside/5054632002/ https://www.insider.com/stream-broadway-musicals-plays-for-free-online-limited-time-coronavirus-2020-3 https://money.com/coronavirus-schools-closed-activities-resources/ https://thegreatamericantakeout.com/ https://www.girlscouts.org/en/cookie-care.html https://www.helpguide.org/articles/anxiety/coronavirus-anxiety.htm https://www.redcrossblood.org/ https://regionalfoodbank.net/ https://2020census.gov/en/what-is-2020-census.html
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2020.03.12 11:00 Calendarius Girl Scout Day

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2020.03.03 22:45 Sky_Ellie Are Girl Scout Cookies training wheels for MLMs?

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Hear me out. I love girl scout (GS) cookies...BUT the reward structure seems a little familiar. I saw a post on conspiracytheories on how they seem like a hoax. I know GS helps with giving experiences and started to push STEM activities, but the cookie part is a little odd. I'm not shitting on GS; I even bought 3 boxes last week.
  1. The girls don't earn money, it goes to the GS Council to decide to put money back into the troop for their activities. Somewhere said the girls get $0.40 or something per box (or for their school), unable to confirm this. They get a set percent from it for their troops.
  2. Dumb rewards. No offense. Pins are fine, but hitting a level just gets you a pin. Some girls scout earn fake money through it that they can use for more girl scout activities. ( but why don't they pay a higher fee? Also, you can pay for the activities as you go). Basically, the neighbors pay for the GS experience?
  3. That would be fine, like fundraising to support your own activities. However, the kids pay a small fee (25$) to join annually. This could be increased if anything.
    1. You can pay for the activities as they go as well for visits
    2. Neighbors pay for the experiences: reminds me of when people do GOFundMes to get a cruise for themselves. Why don't the parents pay for what they want? The parents put in the most hours for this GS cookie selling.
    3. YOU CAN DIRECTLY DONATE TO a GS if you really want the troops to do more activities
  4. Empowering how? The whole idea of being entrepreneurs but not creating anything (product or selling method) leads to the false sense of being self-made that MLM-ers get. They didn't make the clothes/ makeup, and the kids didn't make the cookies.
    1. One of the two factories that make the cookies also makes Keebler cookies for retail (part of Kellog): Coconut Dreams=Somoas, Grasshoppers=Thin mints, Peanut butter filled= Tagalongs
    2. Also, fundraising without the cookies would allow them to be creative in their thinking.
    3. GS promotes "financial literacy" as a life skill (I think they are referring to math itself though). Wouldn't learning to set up, appropriately price, and execute a fundraiser with the guidance of a troop leader be creative, financially responsible, and entrepreneurial.
    4. "Research shows that girls are actively interested in becoming entrepreneurs, developing financially stable futures, and using their skills to make a big impact on the world. " - GS website
  5. Network-based success. Neighbors, parents' coworkers/friends, family. All important to go ask in order to get big orders. When I was in grade school, X amount of boxes earned a badge or pin or something. Not sure how it is now, but still big sells = awarded.
  6. Now they are online with some kind of app or link that you can send to friends. In college, someone from my dorm sent a link in our group chat for the Floor.
The only real differences are that 1) cookies>>>makeup/hair loss-poo/ swiss-cheese leggings- Yes, you can get them cheaper buying knock-offs but they are still good (and same quality as Keebler's I guess)- and 2) there is no downline and more profit from downline, making it not a Pyramid Scheme/ Multi-Level promoter.
Girls ScoutMLM$25 MembershipMuch larger joining feesSmall to no commission per boxProfit per unit sold and downline selling"Empowers" girlsEmpowers Boss BabesBother friends/ parents' friend/coworkersAlienate and lose anyone who cares about youProduct people like (costs more than others)$$$$ ehhhh ... stuff
TLDR: GS cookies promote aspects of the structure without the Multi-Level Part (small reward for many hours, Empowering Entrepreneurship, bothering friends). Cookies are tasty but so are Keebler's
Sources:(https://www.reddit.com/conspiracytheories/comments/ajg0go/girl_scout_cookies_are_a_fraud/) (original posts) https://www.girlscouts.org/en/cookies/all-about-cookies/FAQs.html (What are cookies for) https://www.girlscouts.org/membershipFAQ (Dues are $25) https://www.cnbc.com/id/46503106 (Made by the same place as Keebler)
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2020.03.01 00:00 operationivyleague Girl Scout Cookie Locator: Your Problems Solved

Hello dear seasonally depressed Cornellians,
I’ve seen a lot of posts recently about where to find girl scout cookies, and just wanted to point out that there’s a cookie booth sale locator for all of your cookie needs. Here is the link in a very long format because I’m on mobile
https://www.girlscouts.org/en/cookies/cookies.html#14850
Enjoy :)
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2020.01.28 15:23 jw_mentions /r/antiMLM - "Take your pitch somewhere else hun!!!"

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Author M3ntallyDiseas3d
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Yes I would love to spread awareness of their disgusting and predatory practices. Thanks for asking. JWs have to report field service time every month. One way they do it (especially if elderly or during inclement weather) a group get together. They read the obituaries and look up the survivors’ addresses. Then they send the survivors a form letter and a tract.
I was forced to join one of these letter writing parties. I went through the motions of writing the distasteful letters but never mailed them. Some n my congregation also hung out at cemeteries and approached visitors with their magazines or tracts.
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Author TheHermitess
Posted On Tue Jan 28 14:27:07 UTC 2020
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I didn't even have to take my clothes off when they came to my door. I don't know if it's a coincidence, but they asked me "Do you believe the bible is relevant for today," (no greeting, no introduction.) I said "Which Bible?" They said "Any bible." I said, "The real Bible is still relevant for today but not the bastardized version Jehovah's Witnesses use to control their members." And they literally gasped and left. It kind of confused me, because I was calm and while that's not a very nice response, it's not like I was naked or Satanic or something. I don't know, maybe they were just super sensitive?
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Author jamoche_2
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The last time the JWs showed up was the day my new puppy went to her first obedience class. It had been muddy, so she'd gone straight into the tub for a rinse. We'd just finished when the JWs knocked.
When an untrained cocker spaniel meets new people, there's only one thing that's going to happen: she popped right up for head scritches and left wet pawprints on their knees. That was over 20 years ago and they haven't been back.
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Author JoeSmithDiesAtTheEnd
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It's worth also learning what your city laws are for door to door soliciting.
In my city, all salesman are legally required to have a permit and badge. They are also legally required to honor no soliciting signs. If I ever open the door for a solicitor I ask "please show me your solicitation permit." Usually they'll turn around and walk away immediately as they rarely have one. This can result in hefty fines if their business is reported. And will result in a loss of their permit if they have one and ignore no soliciting signs.
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Author Andrusela
Posted On Wed Jan 29 03:16:26 UTC 2020
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Haven't seen a JW in a long time, knock on wood. Back when I was young and naive I made the mistake of letting one in once and trying to reason with her. She hounded me for weeks after. Lesson learned. These days it is mostly people trying to sell me aluminum siding or lawn chemicals or other bullshit I don't need.
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Author TrueMegaManiac
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I've never had that either. What kind of neighborhood do you live in? I think they tend to not serve anything other than suburbs door-to-door. If it looks even remotely sketch(broken down cars, chainlink fencing with boards in some places, wood that doesn't look taken care of) they will tend to avoid those places.
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Author WolfNorthern
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We had Jehovah's witnesses come knocking on our door on CHRISTMAS FRICKING EVE at ungodly hours, and they kept ringing our door bell for like 15 minutes, waking our dog up who started barking at them, finally turning them away.
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Author M3ntallyDiseas3d
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This is typical JW behavior, at least from my own experience. They have no boundaries or manners. They have no social skills and do not respect anyone’s privacy. My husband sees nothing wrong with bothering people while they’re shopping or filling their cars with gas. Yet he gets angry when we go to Sam’s club and are approached by the home improvement, wireless and solar sales people. We’ve gone on walks in our neighborhood and he approaches people with personal questions, then launches into his JW spiel. It’s cringey. I don’t want my neighbors to think I’m a JW.
We have to take back our power. Because they have no manners we have to be the ones to end the conversations and tell them to not come back. Sometimes we have to threaten them with calling the police. We would do it for other salespeople. We have to do it with them else they will keep returning. Do not let them have their self perceived exalted status.
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Author DoctorFlimFlam
Posted On Wed Jan 29 01:15:44 UTC 2020
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I totally understand their sense of urgency. I was raised very religious so that I understand.
What really gets me is ministering to people like that isn't about the person they (not only JW's there are other denominations that can get pretty aggressive) are trying to save from hell. It ends up being about them and that's the part that really bothers me.
In the situation in my driveway, it wasn't about my comfort, the fact that I was being asked very invasive questions in front of my kids and they weren't being respectful to me. What if it were true? What if I was disfellowshiped over something really horrible? Do you honestly think I would feel comfortable discussing that in front of young children? In that moment, me being 'saved' by them wasn't their priority. The priority was them and how THEY are doing gods work. In that respect, being so pushy about it is ultimately selfish. And even though I don't go to church, it doesn't mean I am not going to be a bad example to my kids and tell a couple of church people to fuck off, and it always seems like that's what they are goading me into doing which feels so wrong. Like 'we're just trying to save her, and she is persecuting us because of our Faith'. Yes, Jesus said to minister to the world. He did not say be pushy then claim victim when people tell you to stop.
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Author Godith024
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I helped my little sister sell cookies, and we went door to door in the big city about ten years ago, so it really depends on the troop.
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Author M3ntallyDiseas3d
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So many reasons! I knew I should have left the moment I started having doubts, but at the time, my boyfriend who I was secretly dating, said that not all congregations were like the one I was in and things would be different once we were married.
I was taught about their shunning policy before I was supposed to learn about it. When I asked about whether or not they shun, I was initially told that they don’t. I was pressured to shun my never JW kids, especially because they were serving in the military.
I learned about case study 29 of the Australian Royal Commission. The Jehovah’s Witnesses covered up thousands of pedophilia cases. They have a Two Witness Rule that elders follow in their “secret” elders handbook, Shepherd the Flock of God that enables them to cover up child sexual abuse. They have punished those who’ve reported the assaults to the police. Rape victims have been disfellowshipped for “pornea.”
This is just a few of the many things that are wrong with this high control religion. If you’re curious check out JWFACTS.com or exjw.
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Author ValiantValkyrieee
Posted On Tue Jan 28 17:46:12 UTC 2020
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i think it depends on where you are. about 5-10 years ago, girl scouts (and other kids selling things, usually sally foster or the cookie dough) went door to door, usually supervised sometimes not. somewhere along the way parents decided doing that was too dangerous and now set up shop outside stores
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Author M3ntallyDiseas3d
Posted On Tue Jan 28 14:49:23 UTC 2020
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I’m so sorry. I’m a former Jehovah’s Witness and my congregation pressured us to knock on doors during holidays because it was the best chance of finding people home. Then they reveled in their persecution complex because (surprise surprise) no one wanted to be bothered. Personally I thought it was disgusting and rude but I had to go along else I’d be marked.
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Author UnexpectedHaikuBot
Posted On Tue Jan 28 15:11:56 UTC 2020
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Be the change you want
To see, join boy scouts and sell
Popcorn door to door!
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Author TrumpsMerkin201o
Posted On Tue Jan 28 18:09:00 UTC 2020
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Our neighbor's know we love to support kids activities, so usually we get door to door sales.
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Author BerkofRivia
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Be the change you want to see, join boy scouts and sell popcorn door to door!
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Author LakeIssue
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My boyfriend is a bit of a scruffy looking guy, long curly hair, beard, etc. One time when some Jehovah's Witnesses came by, he answered the door in nothing but his boxers. They legit didn't come back for a few years, I think he scared them.
My dad had one of those evolution fish bumper stickers on his car in the driveway. That deterred some too, and if it didn't, he just politely pointed it out to them and sent them away.
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Author Hypnotoad2966
Posted On Tue Jan 28 15:35:55 UTC 2020
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I haven't seen girl scouts going door to door for years. They mostly post up in grocery store parking lots these days.
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Author DoctorFlimFlam
Posted On Tue Jan 28 18:40:19 UTC 2020
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There used to be this pair of JW's (older lady and younger-ish guy) that would show up at my house every single week. She was super nice but I had told her basically from the get go that I had experienced a tremendous amount of church hurt(non LDS church but whatever), that my faith was my own for the time being, and was not interested in returning to organized religion anytime soon and that I needed some space. She did not take the hint.
A few more months of this lady showing up at random times of the day and I get really frustrated so I looked up the JW term for being ostracized so that she would leave me alone and the next time she showed up at my house I told her I was disfellowshiped and again that I was not interested.
A couple days later, she and this new guy who apparently was some higher up in the church show up at my house and corner me in my driveway. This guy pulls a little notepad out of his pocket and a pen (no joke the same kind you see cops pull from a pocket in detective movie) and start grilling me about my supposed disfellowship, what church, who was involved, what happened, when was this, where was this, I mean, this was in front of my kids who are really little. I was completely taken aback. I had to find the kindest way to politely tell them to buzz off and not to bother us again.
I get the sense of urgency with them that you don't want someone to go to hell, but at what point do you look at yourself and maybe say 'im not respecting this person's privacy or wishes' and maybe leave them alone? I feel bad for being forced to lie to them. That certainly doesn't feel good, but I'm also angry that they tried to grill me in front of my kids.
I haven't seen anyone in quite a while so I'm assuming they just put a Scarlet letter on my house and moved on.
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Author TheHermitess
Posted On Tue Jan 28 15:13:06 UTC 2020
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I spent over a year conversing with a JW when I was a fundamentalist Christian. My husband and I invited her in (she was always with someone, but never the same person twice.) I was naive and just coming at things from a point of what the original Ancient Hebrew and Septuagint verses really meant, and eventually she had someone visiting who was high up in their organization and I still out-debated him from a biblical perspective. I did 4 years at a Christian university, studying the Bible in depth with really knowledgable professors.
I was like, the most nerdy, obsessive, overly educated Bible geek.
But what I got out of it when it was all said and done, was that this woman loved her father more than anything else in her life. He was a great dad, an inspiration, someone who made her who she was, yet she had to cut him out of her life because he wasn't a JW. She hurt for him every day and was in pain, and cried when she talked about him, but used that to prove her point that you have to sacrifice to do Jehovah's will. It really made me wonder why anyone would want to be a part of an organization that causes families that kind of pain. It's unbiblical and unhealthy.
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Author phoebsmon
Posted On Tue Jan 28 15:16:49 UTC 2020
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I gave them a reasoned argument once for why it's wrong to attempt to predict the hour or the day and they looked at me like I had grown seven heads. Wasn't nasty about it or anything. Slamming the door in their face or telling them you're Catholic/a satanist (much of a muchness in a lot of their eyes) may be satisfying in the moment but a worldly person with a biblically sourced opinion can be a bit harder to shake off if they're wavering. It probably made zero difference and they've 90% gone over to the carts here now, but honestly I felt better about the whole thing afterwards. The cart people don't approach me, the local Kingdom Hall must not have a wheelchair ramp or something.
Seriously though, people need to start seeing it for what it is - a high control death cult. They may be a door-knocking meme to most but they're mainly victims of a horrendous organisation that is literally celebrating the deaths of children. I'd rather have the double glazing lads try to sell me shit three times a week than they continue to peddle their apocalyptic nonsense and I already have double glazing. I wish shouting at them worked, I'm argumentative as they come, but it just feeds the persecution complex. I wish they'd all give up when it's obvious whatever ridiculous extension they've given their end of the world predictions is proven wrong, but a large number will just swallow whatever the governing body tells them. I wish everyone knew what they think will happen to those of us with the wrong beliefs when Jesus returns, but they don't mention the burning painful death upfront. Seriously fuck the people at the top who indoctrinated the rest knowing all the ill they were doing to the world. Fuck them sideways.
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Author xen0m0rpheus
Posted On Tue Jan 28 19:10:24 UTC 2020
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This just kinda seems dickish to me, but I’ve never lived somewhere where people are constantly trying to convert me to their religion so I guess this could be fair.
But as a guy who used to go door to door selling window washing in University while running my own little company with 2 friends I would 100% still have knocked. C’mon who doesn’t want their windows to be clean?
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Author AMedievalSilverCat
Posted On Wed Jan 29 12:48:29 UTC 2020
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I've never had them at my door, despite there being a Kingdom Hall about two minutes from here. I must give off doomed Satanic vibes or something.
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Author tulmonster27
Posted On Tue Jan 28 17:39:11 UTC 2020
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I was just thinking about this the other day as a potential response to someone messaging me and trying to sell me something. I would tell them I find it completely inappropriate for door-to-door sellers these days as they are coming to my house, my private and personal space and it feels very intrusive, especially as a female so I don’t even answer the door if I can help it. I’m not going to answer to ppl using my personal social media to sell me crap either.
Edit: omg 2 minutes after I wrote this, I saw a man walking up to my door and said, “oh sh!t” thinking it was a salesman...luckily it was just the amazon delivery guy...got me paranoid now! 🤣
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Author fertdirt
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Suburbs of Los Angeles. My Facebook feed is filled with pictures of cookie-filled garages and Girl Scouts getting ready to go door to door.
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Author PM_ME_SEXY_MONSTERS
Posted On Tue Jan 28 16:30:34 UTC 2020
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Does god not punish child molesters or something? What the fuck.
Not sure if you might be in therapy at all from the brainwashing but I wish you luck in life!
I briefly met an ex-JW while getting mental treatment and it broke my heart that she was basically exiled from everything she knew because she wanted to divorce her abusive husband. She had nothing and was demonized to her kids and everybody she knew, because she didn't know anybody who wasn't a JW. It was why she attempted suicide in the first place, and it took her a while to feel "free" because she missed her kids so much. It was so cruel, I don't know how a "good" person could treat somebody that way. :(
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Author TheHermitess
Posted On Tue Jan 28 14:21:24 UTC 2020
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I'm sure the Org thanks him. The reason JW's go to your door isn't to recruit your boyfriend, it's to prove to the JW's that non-believers are controlled by Satan. Now they can go back to their safe Kingdom Hall and be grateful to be with safe, good people. It's a control tactic cults use to keep their people in.
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Author mst3k_42
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My next door neighbor’s two little girls just went door to door selling Girl Scout cookies. But our neighborhood is pretty small and most people know each other.
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Author Diastrophus
Posted On Tue Jan 28 22:07:41 UTC 2020
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Growing up our neighborhood JWs would do this to us EVERY Christmas morning until my dad snapped one year. He answered the door cheerfully, naked, and speaking fondly of the power of nudism. I was horrified. They did not return again and their kids said they weren’t allowed to talk to me after that.
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Author aliie_627
Posted On Tue Jan 28 17:47:29 UTC 2020
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Gated community and sub division. My kids dad lives in a neighborhood of nothing but cul-de-sac and he gets a good amount of door to door kids selling things. Parents or big brothers/sisters tend to go with them.
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Author Ptown_Down
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Do MLMs go door to door anymore? I know Amway did in the 80's and 90's a bit, but it seems like there strategy was to always make it more of a personal connection rather than a doorstep pitch.
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Author M3ntallyDiseas3d
Posted On Tue Jan 28 14:45:11 UTC 2020
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As a former Jehovah’s Witness I can attest to this. I was in field service with a car group, and when I pointed out a “no soliciting” sign at an apartment complex, the elder in charge of us told us to ignore it because we weren’t selling anything. We were “saving lives.”
Even after a manager told us to leave, the elder had us split up and told us to sneak into the buildings. Management threatened us with the police after that. We stopped but the elder said he knew Jehovah was smiling down on us for the persecution we were experiencing.
They also made us knock on doors during holidays. Don’t get me started on the letter writing parties to survivors found in obituaries.
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Author Gypped_Again
Posted On Tue Jan 28 09:14:46 UTC 2020
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I used to get Jehovah's Witnesses by the house once or twice every week. I had a no soliciting sign, SUPER annoying since about half the time they were waking me up after I had just gone to bed (I basically work 3rd shift). I would answer in boxers all the time, made no nevermind to them.
I got absolutely sick of it, warned them I was going to start not bothering to throw on clothes when I answered the door. Next time they showed up, I answered completely starkers. They didn't bother me for months. They came back again after they forgot about it, I answered in my birthday suit again.
I haven't had them knock on my door again in almost 9 years now.
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Author Gelven
Posted On Tue Jan 28 15:11:08 UTC 2020
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Do they sell their popcorn door to door?
If so I'd make an adjustment
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Author Korzag
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Where do you live that girlscouts go door-to-door selling cookies? In my 30 years on this planet, I have never once had a girl scout ring our doorbell and sell us cookies. They've always been hanging out in front of grocery stores
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Author ralphwiggumsdiorama
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I used to sell door-to-door as a Brownie Scout in 1991-92.
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2020.01.19 23:56 TheLastNoteOfFreedom Girl Scout Cookies

Handy guide to get your fix within 50 miles of here
https://www.girlscouts.org/en/cookies/cookies.html?#84115
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2020.01.10 15:48 CriticalSheep GF Girl Scout Cookies?

It's that time of year again! The Girl Scouts are selling their cookies! I just saw an order sheet and the gluten free Toffee cookies aren't on the order sheet. Does anyone know if they've been discontinued?
Edit: Just checked the website and it looks like there's two, so perhaps they're outside of the GF market, but I thought the ToffeeTastic were nationwide.
Meet the Cookies
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2019.09.21 18:55 cruiseplease LDS Girl Scout Recognition Pin

I am a GS leader and came across this pamphlet recently. Apparently there is a Young Women's pin Girl Scouts can earn. Has anyone heard about this?
https://www.girlscouts.org/content/dam/girlscouts-gsusa/forms-and-documents/about-girl-scouts/gs-and-faith/PRAY_Chart.pdf
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2019.07.05 21:02 jcravens42 Volunteering together, as a family or as a group with children

Volunteering together, as a family or as a group with children, sounds great: having time together doing a positive activity and living the value of giving back to the community in some way. Family volunteering can be done by the whole family together or by one parent and one child or teenager as a special just-the-two-of-us project. Or it can be several siblings together. And group volunteering with children can be done through groups like the Girl Scouts, a school or a community of faith.
But the reality is that volunteering opportunities for families and groups with young children are the hardest types of volunteering to find. Many nonprofits and other community groups:
The quickest way to get your family or group with young children volunteering is for you to put together your own philanthropic activities that you do mostly from your own home. Here are some ideas - but if you have volunteering activities you have done with your children, please share them in your replies (and be specific about the name of the organization that organized the volunteering activity) :
You can also contact nonprofits and community programs in your area to see what opportunities they might have. Call early - don't wait the week before or even the month before an event:
How has your family volunteered together?
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2019.05.11 05:32 nsutaria Last Call for Girl Scout Cookies!

OK, so last night my spouse discovered I ate consumed devoured enjoyed our last box of Girl Scout cookies - Thin Mints, to be precise.
Lo and behold Facebook informed me that *this weekend* is the last weekend of Girl Scout cookie sales and, obviously, I have some purchasing to do.
See this link (and scroll down) for more info - there's a Mobile Cookie Truck that will be parked near the 46th-Bliss St. 7 train on Saturday May 11th from 1-4:30 p.m: https://www.girlscouts.org/content/gsusa/en/cookies/cookies.html?radius=5&date=60&sortBy=distance&zip=11103
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2019.02.24 05:24 zestylovesu REMINDER to support your local girl scouts there are not many cookies left and the season is ending soon

enter your zip to see if there are girl scouts near u
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2019.01.24 20:26 CompetitiveDuck Girl Scout Cookies are a Fraud

Girl Scouts selling cookies is a fraud and for numerous reasons. 1. To point out the obvious, the children do not get paid to sell the cookies and thus are volunteers. 2. They sell 200M boxes of cookies which is around $800M/year in revenue. Where exactly does that money go? https://www.vox.com/the-goods/2019/1/24/18195824/girl-scout-cookies-explained-thin-mints-buy. The Vox article lists a breakdown of the where the revenue goes but if you look at an annual report https://www.girlscouts.org/content/dam/girlscouts-gsusa/forms-and-documents/about-girl-scouts/facts/GSUSA_Annual-Report_FY2017.pdf it doesn't explicitly say Cookie sales and I believe it only lists the allocation's to councils. By the way, Girl Scout Cookies are the top selling cookie in the USA. Publicly traded companies don't even sell this many cookies. 3. On their website, they list the benefits of selling cookies and it essentially pushes "learning entrepreneurship" more than anything else. https://www.girlscouts.org/program/gs_cookies/pdf/2012_Cookie5Skills_Booklet_Spreads.pdf Under the K-1st Graders section the mention "Count It Up" and "Talk it Up" which is bizarre language. 4. Their buildings are effing massive and it is mainly funded by cookie sales. 5. They preach entrepreneurship but don't give the older scouts any royalties. National HQ receives royalties for licensing however.
It is essentially an $800M business propped up by the hard work of young girls who aren't getting paid (although volunteering) and harping on the entrepreneurship skills where there is no tangible benefit. Executive team gets huge salaries, however.
Edit: 200M boxes not dollars.
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2018.10.17 03:50 LoserintheWoods Serving the Poor

Have you ever been given the opportunity to serve the poor?

My friend Anjie and I did when we were eleven years old. We sat next to each other (which was always a mistake) in our homeroom class. One Fall morning our teacher presented our classroom with “Trick or Treat for UNICEF” coin collection boxes. Mrs. Thompson explained to us that the money we collected by going door-to-door would go to help children in need all around the globe. There was one added benefit to whoever chose to participate. The person(s) who collected the most money would win a prize.

Our Opportunity

Well, this was right up our alley! Anyone who knew Anjie and I also knew that we were the most philanthropic eleven-year-old girls in the town of Medford. We made it our annual goal to collect money for the Jerry Lewis Telethon so we could get on our local television station turning the funds in. The two of us walked two whole miles in the ten-mile March of Dimes Walk-A-Thon, so we would look cool wearing the participant t-shirts during 6th-grade gym class. The year before we even sold more Girl Scout Cookies than we ate. This, however, was a new challenge for us. We could win a prize and help poor kids at the same time. Anjie and I couldn’t wait to walk up to the front of the class and receive our prize!
Right after school that day, Anjie and I started through our neighborhood knocking on doors and giving the cheery greeting, “Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF!” A few hours later we knew that our stingy neighbors had not coughed up enough dough. We were not going to be even close to winning that prize. So, we put our heads together and came up with a new plan for the following afternoon.

A New Plan

That next day immediately after school, Anjie and I put our plan in motion. We ripped our shirts and spread dirt on them. We bandaged Anjie’s arm up and I began walking with a limp. As each door opened, we would sigh, hold our stomachs and barely utter the same words from yesterday, “Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF.” There was no doubt that we were going to win that prize. Our plan was just brilliant! We became the poor needy kids! I mean think about it, who could turn us down?
There was one part of our brilliant plan that we should have changed. We should have gone to a different neighborhood. Our stingy neighbors? Well yes, they recognized us from the day before when we were much healthier, cleaner and non-injured. Anjie and I lost the prize and turned in our $2.75 UNICEF money anonymously.

Two Things About Serving The Poor

I thought of this story in church this Sunday morning. The Pastor at my church gave a terrific sermon on “Serving the Poor.” He told us that there are four different causes of poverty.
  1. Disaster or Misfortune
  2. Oppression or Injustice
  3. Character or Personal Choices
  4. Culture of Poverty
There are two takeaways for me here.

First Takeaway

First, we should be thankful to God for the opportunity to serve and help the poor. It is a thanking God for using me to bring Him Glory kind of thanks. It is giving in humility moment, not a giving to get on the Jerry Lewis Telethon moment.

Second Takeaway

Second, it is not our job to classify which one of these categories a person in need fits into and then decide if we should serve them or help them. I have seen many Christians shy away from or even refuse to help people who have made bad choices in life. That is not only wrong, it is exactly what God tells us not to do. It borders on being Pharisaical, it isn’t Biblical and certainly doesn’t bring Glory to God. It is our job to help others and to serve those in need; period. In 1 John 3:16-18, God tells us this:
"By this we know love, that he laid down his life for us, and we ought to lay down our lives for the brothers. But if anyone has the world's goods and sees his brother in need, yet closes his heart against him, how does God's love abide in him? Little children, let us not love in word or talk but in deed and in truth."
Now I know the argument here. What if this person is a con artist or is going to do something they shouldn’t with the help that you give them? It is not up to us to judge. We should use discernment but God knows a person’s intentions. If a person is really faking it, like disguising themselves as needy children Trick-or-Treating for UNICEF, God tells us in Romans 12:20:
“…if your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is thirsty, give him something to drink; for by so doing you will heap burning coals on his head.” Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good."
A faker shouldn't be necessarily categorized as an enemy but if we lovingly help someone with bad intentions, God will deal with them. Thankfully God showed mercy on two conniving girls in 1975. We didn’t get the burning coals but we sure were ashamed at how little we collected. You see God loves a cheerful giver, that’s our true prize!
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2018.06.25 01:24 RobertPlank How does one acquire Girl Scout cookies?

Let’s say I want to get Girl Scout cookies right now. What is the checklist / logic tree to buy some?
Please don’t tell me, “Just go buy them on Amazon.” Many of the reviews state that they are stale and/or broken.
I also checked out some sort of Girl Scout cookie locator on this page: https://www.girlscouts.org/en/cookies/cookies.html#95382 but it says there’s nothing in my area.
Do Girl Scouts frequent specific times of year?
Are there specific grocery store locations?
Is there a number I can call to nearby Girl Scout cookies?
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2018.04.12 06:29 Mute_ ROMs/Kernels/Tweaks; In 2018, How Can I Get the Most of My S4?

Right-on. Thanks for clicking. Hopefully you can point me in the right direction here. ^ ^
I'm an an LG G4 owner, less familiar with S4-targeted-tweaks, working on an S4 for my girlfriend -whose best experience & mobile backbone has been a 5th gen iPod and, for anything actually phone-like, an Android ~2.0 dinosaur, with the more awkward kind of physical keys -an absolute brick of a thing that's only strength is battery life.
I've upgraded battery-wise, so have more than twice as much battery to burn. I'm looking to try and get as close to a modern-performer as I /can/ given our hardware. Going on 5 years old now- The Snapdragon 600 has its limits, and I assume modern low end phones well manage surpass it by now -but correct me if I'm wrong.
Either way, this is what I have to work with and I'd like to see what the most we can make of it is.
Hardware/software situation:
Questions:
I know I'm asking a lot of questions here, and so I appreciate any response I gather.
Thanks for making it this far through, and all the best to you. ^ ^
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2018.03.26 18:46 dakotaforpresident Need a summer job? Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails wants YOU!

Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails needs counselors and specialized staff for the 2018 camp season!
We still need:
If you like being in the outdoors, learning new things and working with kids, this would be a great gig for you. Work dates are May 29 - July 31, 2018 (admin staff starts a little earlier for planning and training purposes).
GSNMT operates two beautiful camps in New Mexico - Camp Elliott Barker in Angelfire, and Rancho del Chaparral in the Jemez. We're looking to hire a variety of positions at both camps. Pay ranges from $200/wk for counselors upward, depending on experience and position (specialized positions, such as riding staff and program directors, pay more), in addition to room and board.
No prior experience is needed - in most cases, we'll provide you with the training you'll need to get through the summer, including CPR and First Aid training. You DO need a good attitude, willingness to work in the outdoors, and the ability to be separated from your phone for a bit. Rancho del Chaparral in the Jemez has zero phone signal and very limited internet access (which personally did wonders for my mental health last summer), and while Elliott Barker is in range of cell towers, phone use is limited to breaks and personal time at both camps.
More information:
Found a position you think you'll be perfect for? Fill out an application!
I'm happy to answer questions, too, so feel free to leave a comment or message me directly.
(P.S. - If you're not interested in working for us but can think of a girl who would love to be a camper, please click here for more information on the programs we run!)
Thanks for reading!
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2018.03.26 18:18 dakotaforpresident Girl Scouts still has positions open for our summer camps!

(Repost!)
Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails needs counselors and specialized staff for the 2018 camp season!
We still need:
If you like being in the outdoors, learning new things and working with kids, this would be a great gig for you. Work dates are May 29 - July 31, 2018 (admin staff starts a little earlier for planning and training purposes).
GSNMT operates two beautiful camps in New Mexico - Camp Elliott Barker in Angelfire, and Rancho del Chaparral in the Jemez. We're looking to hire a variety of positions at both camps. Pay ranges from $200/wk for counselors upward, depending on experience and position (specialized positions, such as riding staff and program directors, pay more), in addition to room and board.
No prior experience is needed - in most cases, we'll provide you with the training you'll need to get through the summer, including CPR and First Aid training. You DO need a good attitude, willingness to work in the outdoors, and the ability to be separated from your phone for a bit. Rancho del Chaparral in the Jemez has zero phone signal and very limited internet access (which personally did wonders for my mental health last summer), and while Elliott Barker is in range of cell towers, phone use is limited to breaks and personal time at both camps.
More information:
Found a position you think you'll be perfect for? Fill out an application!
I'm happy to answer questions, too, so feel free to leave a comment or message me directly.
(P.S. - If you're not interested in working for us but can think of a girl who would love to be a camper, please click here for more information on the programs we run!)
Thanks for reading!
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2018.02.26 21:26 dakotaforpresident Need a summer job? Be a camp counselor for Girl Scouts!

Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails needs counselors and specialized staff for the 2018 camp season!
If you like being in the outdoors, learning new things and working with kids, this would be a great gig for you. Work dates are May 29 - July 31, 2018. We hire men and women for all staff positions.
GSNMT operates two beautiful camps in New Mexico - Camp Elliott Barker in Angelfire, and Rancho del Chaparral in the Jemez. We're looking to hire a variety of positions at both camps. Pay ranges from $200/wk for counselors upward, depending on experience and position (specialized positions, such as riding staff and program directors, pay more), in addition to room and board.
No prior experience is needed - in most cases, we'll provide you with the training you'll need to get through the summer, including CPR and First Aid training. You DO need a good attitude, willingness to work in the outdoors, and the ability to be separated from your phone for a bit. Rancho del Chaparral in the Jemez has zero phone signal and very limited internet access (which personally did wonders for my mental health last summer), and while Elliott Barker is in range of cell towers, phone use is limited to breaks and personal time at both camps.
More information:
Found a position you think you'll be perfect for? Fill out an application!
I'm happy to answer questions, too, so feel free to leave a comment or message me directly.
(P.S. - If you're not interested in working for us but can think of a girl who would love to be a camper, please click here for more information on the programs we run!)
Thanks for reading!
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2018.01.31 21:15 kumail786 01.31.18 The Kinda Funny Morning Show w/ Nick & Rocco Botte

Whats happening best friends. Rocco joins us from Mega 64 - check them out on twitter at @Mega64 and @rocco_botte. Notes and link below, enjoy. Kumail As usual feedback always is appreciated and please feel free to add your own notes.
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Link to Video: https://youtu.be/GaWS2iM65hg
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News topics and others covered: -Cool Greg on 2017 rap music in review (24:40 mins) -Black Panther sets Alamo Drafthouse superhero record (25:40 mins) -Ant man and the wasp: who is the ghost (28:25 mins) -Tommy Wiseau has officially annoinced a 3D version of The Room (32:50 mins) -Purge 4 new title and poster revealed (36:50 mins) -Man can name his son Goku if he can get 1 million likes (39:50 mins)
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Other notes: -Aerobics & Fucking Chicken opens the show -Rocco is wearing a sweet Evangelion shirt -Nick bigs up "gogurt" -Today were buying cookies from Chad K's daughter! https://digitalcookie.girlscouts.org/scout/kenzley247446 -Youssef is on the show tomorrow -Andy confirms last MCU review is the last one he will do summary, he doesnt feel hes the right man for the job -"We never want to see the GOAT retire" - Nick to Andy -15 Seconds of sports with Andy Cortez https://clips.twitch.tv/LuckyRespectfulGoatMoreCowbell -2017 Rap Music In Review (ft. Cool Greg) https://www.okbeast.com/2018/01/31/2017-rap-music-review-feat-cool-greg-gettys-kinda-funny-super-throne-watch-ep-1/ -"What did she name her kid? Trunks? Janemba?" - Rocco -"Everyone tweet Joey Noelle" - Andy -"Hes an animaltarian" - Nick on Roccos policy of freeing 2 lobsters for every one that you kill -"Michael Shreadburg sounds like the coolest skater" - Rocco
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Game of the day: Ultimate chicken horse
Game winner: Benjamin Breigo
PS I Love This Best Friend XOXO: Xyger as nominated by TitanMatrix
Days without technical difficulty: 4
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