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Terry Bradshaw: If I owned the Steelers, Ben would be gone

Terry Bradshaw’s campaign against Ben Roethlisberger isn’t over yet, and Bradshaw is now using his position as a FOX analyst to tee off on his fellow Super Bowl-winning Steelers quarterback.

Bradshaw lit into Roethlisberger today on FOX NFL Sunday, saying that he thinks Roethlisberger deserved more than just a four-game suspension. According to Bradshaw, Roethlisberger deserved to never play another game in a Steelers uniform.

“If I had owned the Steelers, hear me loud and clear,” Bradshaw said. “He would not be a Steeler.”

Bradshaw has ceaselessly ripped Roethlisberger this offseason, and some of his criticisms of Roethlisberger’s personal conduct have been justified. But at some point it might be time for Bradshaw to tone down the criticism and move on.

However, Bradshaw clearly doesn’t think he has reached that point yet.

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  1. robert ethen says: Sep 12, 2010 1:05 PM

    If Ben owned Fox, Bradshaw would be gone. If I owned the Internet, Florio, Rosenthal, and Smith would be gone. Keep your heads up boys.

  2. blmonroe12 says: Sep 12, 2010 1:11 PM

    Wait.. Terry Bradshaw is alive???

  3. PackerFanTastic says: Sep 12, 2010 1:16 PM

    Could Terry’s stance be related to him not wanting Ben to approach his 4 Super Bowl rings with the Steelers?

  4. Ravens-male-cheerleader says: Sep 12, 2010 1:21 PM

    The reason Terry forgave Santonio Holmes and not Ben is because Terry is an alcoholic loser. In his eyes substance abuse isn’t bad.

  5. HardcoreH1 says: Sep 12, 2010 1:26 PM

    After 15 years, Bradshaw finally said something that makes sense.

  6. contract says: Sep 12, 2010 1:30 PM

    “Could Terry’s stance be related to him not wanting Ben to approach his 4 Super Bowl rings with the Steelers?”
    You think?

  7. Pastabelly says: Sep 12, 2010 1:34 PM

    Motorcycle accident without helmet and abusing women – I don’t understand why people have problems with Bradshaw on this one.

  8. CaptainObvious says: Sep 12, 2010 1:35 PM

    Hey Terry – STFU you irrelevant hypocrite.
    You “found Jesus” so that erases you past and your inability to keep your fly zipped huh?

  9. Nosredna says: Sep 12, 2010 1:37 PM

    Considering the grudge that CornFlorio holds against those that make him look bad (most everyone, but especially other journalists), no one at PFT has any right whatsoever to tell people to tone downt he criticism and move on…..

  10. CanNotBelieveMyEyes says: Sep 12, 2010 1:39 PM

    Thank You Terry Bradshaw for saying to the whole NFL viewing audience what nobody else had the guts to say!!! Where would the regularJoe Schmoe be if he did the things to women that Ben has done?

  11. Kls says: Sep 12, 2010 1:46 PM

    Thank you Terry Bradshaw! It is about time that someone in sports treated the issue for what it is. It is not a mere behavorial mishap. Ben forcibaly had sex with a young woman. That deserves a jail sentence not a shot at the superbowl. Thank you Terry Bradshaw. I have always loved you. Even though I am a raiders fan.

  12. CanNotBelieveMyEyes says: Sep 12, 2010 1:52 PM

    Thank You Terry Bradshaw for saying to the whole NFL viewing audience what nobody else had the guts to say!!! Where would the regular Joe Schmoe be if he had done to women what Big Ben has done?? Some people need to take off their blinders…

  13. skylark says: Sep 12, 2010 1:56 PM

    Terry conveniently forgets how he behaved when HE was a young, rich, MARRIED quarterback in his 20s. His partying and womanizing were very well known in Pittsburgh, and the legions of women he chased — and caught — would never have dreamed of reporting his bad behavior.
    Just sayin’.

  14. TryTheVeal says: Sep 12, 2010 2:03 PM

    Bradshaw and Roethlisburger…..The Hick and the Dick…Sounds like a new reality show….

  15. JimmySmith says: Sep 12, 2010 2:28 PM

    I agree, Rooney’s should make their move now.

  16. melikefootball says: Sep 12, 2010 2:36 PM

    Bradshaw and Dungy will be having ther own radio show soon. I doubt the Steelers will have another night for him.

  17. NoKoolaidCowboy says: Sep 12, 2010 2:43 PM

    Time to back off Terry. The league is fairly tame compared to the stuff you guys did back in the day. Not saying Ben was right but come on!

  18. wilma1912 says: Sep 12, 2010 2:45 PM

    So much self righteousness here. We all make mistakes. We all deserve the chance to turn our life around. Terry is supposed to be a religious man, and he should remember that we are supposed to hate the sin, not the sinner.

  19. Deb says: Sep 12, 2010 2:54 PM

    @CanNotBelieveMyEyes, Pastabelly and Kls …
    It doesn’t take guts to be a fool or cheer a fool. Roethlisberger didn’t abuse anyone according to the police investigation and the Georgia prosecutor; that’s why there was no arrest.
    A year after a one-niter w/Ben, an older Nevada woman sued him for $3 mil claiming rape. But she also texted friends that she wanted to see him again–not something victims say about rapists. The texts are on file with the court.
    Dozens of witnesses saw the Georgia woman getting drunk and pursuing Ben from club to club, pinching him to get his attention and engaging him in sexual conversation. She was alone with him less than 10 min. Her medical exam showed she DID NOT HAVE INTERCOURSE with him as she and her friends claimed. They were angry because Ben dumped her and he’d thrown her 2 friends out of the party for ragging him about the Nev. lawsuit and invented the rape claim. The DA said he hoped those women had learned their lesson–not something prosecutors say about victims.
    Yeah, Pastabelly, he rode a motorcycle w/out a helmet at 26 MPH and was hit by a woman who ran a stop sign. LOCK HIM UP!
    He was suspended for public drunkenness and reckless living. After one skank falsely accuses you of rape in a lawsuit, you should have the good sense to RUN when another comes up in a college bar and tells you in front of everyone that she is “Down to F**k.” Hopefully he has learned a lesson.
    Bradshaw is a three-time loser at marriage with a history of WORSE behavior as a young QB. He has long been bitter that Ben would never look at him as a mentor and take his endless advice. Obviously Ben’s judgment is better than we thought.

  20. Art Van Delay's brother says: Sep 12, 2010 3:02 PM

    Look in the dictionary for HYPOCRITE and Bradshaw’s picture is there. He had the benefit of no TMZ, internet, cell phone cameras or 24/7 sports networks during his career. He partied his rear end off and cheated on his wives (hence the divorces) and now that he’s found religion he thinks he can preach. Where the hell was big mouth Terry for Art Rooney’s funeral? Off field behaviour is a two way street and Bradshaw isn’t fit to step off the curb.

  21. Company CEO says: Sep 12, 2010 3:11 PM

    Why do you think that Bradshaw should back off? If anything, he should pick up the pace! Ben-the-bum hasn’t gotten nearly the penalties that he deserves. Hard to believe that any right-thinking person could respect or support this creep.

  22. Deb says: Sep 12, 2010 3:30 PM

    @CanNotBelieveMyEyes, Pastabelly and Kls …
    It doesn’t take guts to be a fool or cheer a fool. Roethlisberger didn’t abuse anyone according to the police investigation and the Georgia prosecutor; that’s why there was no arrest.
    A year after a one-niter w/Ben, an older Nevada woman sued him for $3 mil claiming rape. But she also texted friends that she wanted to see him again–not something victims say about rapists. The texts are on file with the court.
    Dozens of witnesses saw the Georgia woman getting drunk and pursuing Ben from club to club, pinching him to get his attention and engaging him in sexual conversation. She was alone with him less than 10 min. Her medical exam showed she DID NOT HAVE INTERCOURSE with him as she and her friends claimed. They were angry because Ben dumped her and he’d thrown her 2 friends out of the party for ragging him about the Nev. lawsuit and invented the rape claim. The DA said he hoped those women had learned their lesson–not something prosecutors say about victims.
    Yeah, Pastabelly, he rode a motorcycle w/out a helmet at 26 MPH and was hit by a woman who ran a stop sign. LOCK HIM UP!
    He was suspended for public drunkenness and reckless living. After one skank falsely accuses you of rape in a lawsuit, you should have the good sense to RUN when another comes up in a college bar and tells you in front of everyone that she is “Down to F**k.” Hopefully he has learned a lesson.
    Bradshaw is a three-time loser at marriage with a history of WORSE behavior as a young QB. He has long been bitter that Ben would never look at him as a mentor and take his endless advice. Obviously Ben’s judgment is better than we thought.

  23. wilma1912 says: Sep 12, 2010 3:33 PM

    Where were all of you people when Ray Lewis was charged with murder? He testified against his companions and the charges against him were reduced. Ray Lewis is now one of the most popular players in the NFL. People have short memories. I also remember Terry from his playing days. He was no angel.

  24. Deb says: Sep 12, 2010 3:44 PM

    @Company CEO …
    Right-thinking people? You mean those like me who actually read ALL the Nevada civil-court filings, and Georgia police reports, witness statements, DNA report, and listen to the 71-minute DA’s press conference in which he plainly stated no crime was committed and he hoped the accuser and her cohorts learned their lesson????
    Or MORONS like you who want to crucify a guy for getting drunk with skanky women????

  25. wilma1912 says: Sep 12, 2010 4:08 PM

    Right on Deb!

  26. khall says: Sep 12, 2010 4:27 PM

    Bradshaw was 32 years old when he married his college-age bride! She was 19! It was his third marriage.
    They met in a “honky tonk” as he calls them!
    I guess he forgot about that!

  27. Paytonc7 says: Sep 12, 2010 5:48 PM

    I am a loyal Steelers fans and love all the Steelers players as most of us do for our favorite teams.. I think Terry is just pissed off because Ben never has kissed his ass to be honest and Terry has always been upset by that.. I love both guys and Terry really needs to shut the f*** up … Ben was not convicted of doing anything, his suspension was based on “crap”

  28. Steelintn says: Sep 12, 2010 7:01 PM

    I’m a Terry Bradshaw fan but he needs to STFU. Just because Ben doesn’t bow down to him, he’s on a smear campaign against Ben. He should stick to his day job.
    Go Big Ben and go STEELERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    #7 leading us to #7

  29. DonnyBoy says: Sep 12, 2010 7:05 PM

    Whose Terry Bradshaw?
    Big Ben is the big hunk.
    Just ask Deborah.

  30. DonnyBoy says: Sep 12, 2010 7:20 PM

    His suspension was based on “crap” x 3.
    Poor Ben, unfairly accused…
    over and over and over.
    Weird, it’s only him.

  31. DonnyBoy says: Sep 12, 2010 7:22 PM

    contract says:
    September 12, 2010 1:30 PM
    “Could Terry’s stance be related to him not wanting Ben to approach his 4 Super Bowl rings with the Steelers?”
    You think?
    ***********************************
    Maybe…
    Or maybe he has more class than today’s Pissburgh fans and doesn’t want to root for a rapist…
    Who knows?

  32. DonnyBoy says: Sep 12, 2010 7:34 PM

    Deb says:
    September 12, 2010 3:44 PM
    @Company CEO …
    Right-thinking people? You mean those like me who actually read ALL the Nevada civil-court filings, and Georgia police reports, witness statements, DNA report, and listen to the 71-minute DA’s press conference in which he plainly stated no crime was committed and he hoped the accuser and her cohorts learned their lesson????
    Or MORONS like you who want to crucify a guy for getting drunk with skanky women????
    **************************************
    You were there?

  33. DonnyBoy says: Sep 12, 2010 7:38 PM

    Deb says:
    September 12, 2010 3:30 PM
    Bradshaw is a three-time loser at marriage with a history of WORSE behavior as a young QB.
    **********************************
    Who did he rape as a young QB?

  34. DonnyBoy says: Sep 12, 2010 7:39 PM

    The Steelers used to be classy with classy players and coaches.
    Not so much anymore.

  35. wilma1912 says: Sep 12, 2010 8:30 PM

    I worked with a woman who was part of the party scene with the players back in the 70′s and 80′s. You would be surprised what when on back then. It just never got into the media.

  36. Wick says: Sep 12, 2010 8:59 PM

    Bradshaw clearly has a personal agenda driven by factors extraneous due to what Ben was suspended for.
    Most educated observers can dial up where Bradshaw is coming from.
    Bradshaw is an emotional basketcase with a hyper-fragile ego and psyche. Bradshaw needs for his ego to be soothed and massaged, and is known to crawl into the fetal position when in the face of adversity. He harbors decades of resentment due to his own thin skin and chick-like sensitive nature. He even refused to return to Pittsburgh for over 20 years due to emotional scars he suffered from.
    One might think no one would be more understanding of a Steeler QB now taking his turn on the hot seat.
    Uhhhh, not so much. Get a load of this.
    Bradshaw has been seen boasting publicly that only he and Montana have won 4 Super Bowls and saying inferiors like Elway, Mario and everyone else can’t say that. He’s been taped bragging himself up about how he was such a master of the professional game that he routinely dominated the big games as if all by himself. The Steel Curtain, Franco, Swanny and Stall apparently were irrelevant. It was all about Bradshaw’s play ……. in his mind.
    It’s as if Bradshaw personally designed the Immaculate Reception and it was his flawless execution that anticipated Tatum’s angle on Fuqua so he timed it perfectly to get the ball to careen to Franco on the fly.
    Or how his one meaningful pass in Super Bowl IX to Larry Brown was the inspiration for a dynasty for the ages. That game was won by the defense, Franco and the OL —- not Bradshaw, but that’s not he tells the story.
    Many of Swann’s circus catches in Super Bowl X were the results of ill-advised passes, but Bradshaw thinks he personally authored a masterpiece.
    It goes on and on. And no one had more excuses than Bradshaw either when things didn’t work out.
    That guy is a real beauty.
    It’s odd.
    Bradshaw was a guy who was (and obviously still is) hyper-sensitive, an individual well-known for begging and pleading for patience, compassion and understanding during his tough times.
    Amazingly, no one, more than Bradshaw, tries harder and more persistently to bring out the biggest hammer on someone else in a tough spot similar to where Bradshaw once asked for understanding and compassion.
    Way to go Terry —- you’re reeeeally elevating your stature with your infantile rants on Ben Roethlisberger. Your boundless insecurity is complete undetectable.

  37. stnmmc says: Sep 12, 2010 10:02 PM

    “However, Bradshaw clearly doesn’t think.”
    There, fixed it

  38. Deb says: Sep 12, 2010 10:13 PM

    @DonnyBOY …
    When the Nevada woman sent text messages the next day (yes, I’ve read them) saying she can’t wait to see Ben again, you don’t need to have been in the room to know she wasn’t raped as she claimed.
    When the DNA report (yes, I’ve read it) shows that the Georgia woman could not possibly have had intercourse with anyone during that time period, you don’t need to have been in the bathroom to know she wasn’t raped as she claimed.
    When the prosecutor says no crime occurred and he hopes the Georgia woman and her sorority sisters learned their lesson, most people understand that means no one was raped …
    unless they are idiot DonnyBOYs playing on Mommy’s computer at 7:05, 7:20, 7:22, 7:34, 7:38, 7:39. Too bad PFT can’t set age requirements.
    Ben didn’t rape anyone. He’s a single guy who got drunk and picked up women in bars. Bradshaw did A LOT of that … according to his own book. He picked up wife #3 in a bar–when he was in his 30s and she was 19. He screwed up three marriages. He’s NO saint. He is a mighty hypocrite.
    And you’re an ass. Go find a sandbox to play in with the other kiddies. The grownups are here to talk football.
    .

  39. DonnyBoy says: Sep 12, 2010 10:35 PM

    Again – Pissburgh fans show their class.
    Rag on the guy who brought you 4 superbowls so you can cover for the rapist.
    Must make your moms proud.

  40. Deb says: Sep 12, 2010 11:05 PM

    @Wick …
    Excellent comments (except for the line about “chick-like” sensitivity :) . The players may have more bling today, but their behavior is no worse than the drunken debauchery and hooker parties of the old days. Listening to the moralizing of the Bradshaws and Tom Jacksons makes disgusts me. Roethlisberger is guilty only of acting like a drunken boob and partying with skanky women. I’ve heard worse stories about commentators at ESPN!!
    Terry has complained for years that Ben won’t take his advice. I don’t recall him complaining about O’Donnell, Stewart, Miller, or Maddox. Guess they didn’t have a spotlight he was DESPERATE to share–or two Super Bowls for which he wanted to take mentoring credit.
    Roethlisberger has made some terrible mistakes. But ultimately, this is a man the evidence shows was wrongly accused of a terrible crime. What those women have done is as heinous as committing an assault, and if it were within my power, they’ve be prosecuted. Ben appears to be trying to turn his life around. Today had to be very difficult for him. I’ve always loved Terry for his place in Steelers history. But I don’t think I’ll ever get past what he’s done today. You don’t kick an innocent man like that when he’s down. It’s evil.

  41. wilma1912 says: Sep 13, 2010 12:31 AM

    @DonnyBoy Why don’t you read the reports and statements issued by the DA in Georgia. There was no evidence of rape. I guess you think typing Pissburgh is funny. Talk about no class. The day might come when you are falsely accused of something. You will change your tune fast.

  42. FrankoBollo says: Sep 13, 2010 1:20 AM

    Go look up the name “JoJo Starbuck” — Terry Bradshaw not only whored around his whole career, he also got quite the rep as a wife beater. He’s got some nerve being all judgmental.
    If he owned the Steelers, sure he’d get rid of Ben — after all, he’s threatening that precious legacy of Terry’s. 2 rings in his first 5 years. Panic time for hypocrite Terry Bradshaw.
    You suck, Bradshaw. Now and forever.

  43. Wick says: Sep 13, 2010 7:47 AM

    @ Deb:
    I’m totally with you on everything you just stated. Lots of hypocritical grandstanders eager to take the pulpit and castigate others in some thinly veiled attempt to *try* to elevate themselves.
    It reminds me of when the Jimmy Swaggarts, Jim Bakers and the rest of the televangelists would piously deride others for their sins … all while having their hands deeply in the till. From embezzlement to adultery, they were in it up to their elbows …. yet they were on their high horse all the while ……. until they got caught.
    As for Terry, I’ve long had understanding and sympathy for him …. considering him a good-hearted country boy a bit overwhelmed by the often callous business side of the NFL.
    But he’s going too far …. way too far, so now transgressions of his that were easy to overlook now get looked at in a little harsher light.
    Your last comment said it all: “You don’t kick an innocent man like that when he’s down,” particularly when you’re not above it yourself and more so, when you, yourself, ached for compassion and understanding.
    Bradshaw’s personal crusade against Ben is peculiar and disappointing – and kind of reminds me of how he hated the city of Pittsburgh for like a quarter century. I don’t recall a lot of professional athletes behaving in such fashion.

  44. DonnyBoy says: Sep 13, 2010 9:40 AM

    @Deb – you are really a weird chick (assuming you are one).
    Please stop stalking me.
    You sound a bit mentally unstable.

  45. DonnyBoy says: Sep 13, 2010 9:42 AM

    Many people have had marriages break up.
    In fact, statistically, that would be about 50% of those who try…
    Not many people have been accused of rape 3 times.
    I’ll go with the divorcee over the rapist.
    But that’s just me.

  46. hobbeslax says: Sep 13, 2010 11:29 AM

    ‘Not many people have been accused of rape 3 times.
    I’ll go with the divorcee over the rapist.’
    As would I IF IT WERE PROVEN THAT HE RAPED! Let’s look at your dumb dumb statement. He was ACCUSED. And not 3 times jackhole but twice.
    Do I smell smoke…yep. Is there solid evidence-nope.

  47. hobbeslax says: Sep 13, 2010 11:33 AM

    As for Bradshaw he needs to shut his fat bald mouth up already. I hear his protests but he’s now startin’ to look like a jeaouse ex-Steeler QB in fear of his records.

  48. FrankoBollo says: Sep 13, 2010 11:59 AM

    Hey Donny Boy — anybody can accuse anyone of anything. It means nothing. Say, for example, the neighbor’s son accuses you of diddling him behind the bushes in the backyard. Now all of a sudden Donny Boy has the rep for diddling a young boy. Whether or not you did it. In time, people just assume it’s true. Donny Boy (appropriate name) is a little boy diddler. And then some smart guy starts talking about it on the Internet like it’s an accepted fact. Then the cute names start: “Diddle Boy” and “Donny Diddler” for starters.
    Now, how would you feel?
    Meanwhile, the stuff Bradshaw pulled is confirmed. Learn the difference.

  49. Deb says: Sep 13, 2010 12:32 PM

    @wick …
    Like you, when this happened yesterday, I started going back to all the negative interviews Bradshaw gave about Pittsburgh and the Steelers through the years. It always seemed that he wanted to rain on everyone’s parade. Now it’s almost like he’s having some sort of breakdown. His comments don’t even make sense. Doesn’t he know his own escapades were public knowledge? At least Baker and Swaggart thought they wouldn’t get caught. Terry’s already been caught! Now all he’s doing is destroying his own legacy, not Roethlisberger’s.
    @everyone …
    Just realized DonnyBoy is the same guy who’s been on our threads saying the same stuff under different names for months. He has a bizarre Roethlisberger obsession–maybe Ben turned him down. He’s not worth the time it takes to answer him.

  50. FrankoBollo says: Sep 13, 2010 1:10 PM

    Hey, where did Donny DiddleBoy go? All of a sudden seems to be on the milk carton.
    Whoops, did I just say “milk carton”? Whoops!

  51. FrankoBollo says: Sep 13, 2010 1:25 PM

    Hey, where did Donny DiddleBoy go? All of a sudden seems to be on the milk carton.
    Whoops, did I just say “milk carton”? Whoops!

  52. DonnyBoy says: Sep 13, 2010 9:01 PM

    From a classy fan base who throws their Hall of Fame and 4 time SB winning QB under the bus in a desperate attempt to defend a rapist (alledgedly).
    If he’d been accused once I’d agree that it can happen.
    But three times?
    No.

  53. StealerzRock says: Sep 13, 2010 9:12 PM

    You know, I have great admiration for Terry…but he is wrong on this. C’mon Terry…be a better man.

  54. DonnyBoy says: Sep 13, 2010 9:42 PM

    ha ha ha ha
    “He has a bizarre Roethlisberger obsession–maybe Ben turned him down.”
    Pot meet kettle

  55. DonnyBoy says: Sep 13, 2010 9:54 PM

    Wick says:
    September 13, 2010 7:47 AM
    It reminds me of when the Jimmy Swaggarts, Jim Bakers and the rest of the televangelists would piously deride others for their sins … all while having their hands deeply in the till. From embezzlement to adultery, they were in it up to their elbows …. yet they were on their high horse all the while ……. until they got caught.
    ************************************
    (FOX Sports) – Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has altered his lifestyle since being accused of sexual assault in April — by turning to religion, it was reported Thursday.
    Reminds me of that too.

  56. FrankoBollo says: Sep 14, 2010 1:52 AM

    Sorry Diddle Boy that you fail to see what a hypocrite Bradshaw is for criticizing Ben — and why he’s being called out for it. Only moronic haters take Bradshaw’s bizarre repeated obsessive rants seriously. Congrats on being that hater.

  57. DonnyBoy says: Sep 14, 2010 8:41 AM

    Rape is Wrong
    Excusing rape in hopes of winning an extra game or two is pathetic

  58. DonnyBoy says: Sep 14, 2010 11:02 AM

    A father is sitting at home in Pittsburgh when his under age daughter runs up with exciting news.
    “Guess what daddy, I’m going out on a date with a famous athlete.”
    “Who” asks the father.
    “Ben Roethlesberger, the QB for Pittsburgh,” gushes the daughter.
    “I know who he is,” laughs her father. “But didn’t he have legal problems?”
    “Yes, he ‘s a total drunk who has been accused of rape 3 times but he always was able to beat the rap,” explains the daughter.
    “Good for you then. Have fun.”

  59. thepittsburghkid says: Sep 16, 2010 12:35 PM

    and country music woud play everytime I walked somewhere.

  60. thepittsburghkid says: Sep 18, 2010 10:23 AM

    Donny that was so bad that I am embarrassed for you. Was it humour or was it supposed to be some mean hateful remark?
    When are you jags going to get it that as Steelers fans we know you hate us for being successful. Most Steeler fans dont look up other teams stories and write retarded comments. There isn’t a reason, we don’t fear you as competition or as our succesor to be the NFL’s crown jewel. We are a amazing organization in a great city with a storied past. Simply put, your team isn’t.

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