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Offline mikecho

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #910 on: June 23, 2019, 03:20:07 PM »
Silly me-I think that I missed another Nestle product: 1864, if Chunky is now labeled as a Nestle candy product.

I think that it is, but I'm not sure; if so, please add it in.

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #911 on: June 23, 2019, 03:39:46 PM »
I see that you're working on the a's and c's. Thank you, Patrick!

Just saw one thing that could be added: 1571 should say ...and used in a promo postcard... .

Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #912 on: June 23, 2019, 03:49:42 PM »
Here's some more, Patrick:
*Scooby Doo Where Are You! (1825 & 2298; this is so that they can both match and be like the original series' title (right now, they don't and they aren't)), - there are many spellings of this title, I've gone with the Wikipedia version https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scooby-Doo,_Where_Are_You!
*Star Trek/ScotTissue (2172), - that spelling of Scott has not been used in decades
*The Six Dollar Man (new) (2208), - I still don't see that as in production, only the Six Billion Dollar Man with Wahlberg

Also, MuMmy's (yellow wrapper) (2803) is actually numbered as 2 of 6 on the postcard, so that one should actually be switched to 2798 (right below MuMmy's (brown wrapper) (2797))  - Good catch, all fixed now

Finally, I've been looking it over and these are the only Notes left that should be combined into one block:
*1861-1867, - deleted and merged with 1856-1861

Thanks, Patrick!

complete with the POST 896 set too. with just a couple of comments, in red up above

also, updates for your two in the messages just before this one
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #913 on: June 23, 2019, 05:41:31 PM »
I know that this is going to sound stupid, but...I missed three more Nestle listings-1261, 1683 and 1840.

And I missed one Peter Paul listing-1347.

By the way, these are all on the candy products list now if you want to check it out.

If you please, Patrick...
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #914 on: June 23, 2019, 06:21:06 PM »
Patrick, about the Six Dollar Man Wacky (2208):

When I said that it was new, I meant that it was the second Wacky to use that name. The first time was in OLDS 3 (2724).

Guess it's just another example of my not being too clear again. However, if you could now list it as new, that'd be fine.
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #915 on: June 24, 2019, 10:42:59 AM »
Good work so far, Patrick!

However, there's still a lot more to go. But I know it's in good hands!

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #916 on: June 24, 2019, 01:58:36 PM »
A question, Patrick.

Do you think that it's possible to put in Joe G.'s ParoTee card Potion Slay Tan Hairy Moose Cocktail and Mark Parisi's Off the Mark-et series in the Spreadsheet?

After all, the first one was definitely a rejected Wacky created by Jay Lynch and, as far as I can see, the second one is made up entirely of rejected Wackys created by Mark.

If at least the first one is put in, the Note in 1690 that mentions the card could be removed. Its real name, of course, is Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice Cocktail and the real names of the second one have already been revealed (see Reply #77 (6-8-19) in Rejected Wackys Set (Off the Mark-et), p. 3). Hopefully, I'll get pictures of the cards on that same subforum so that I can give you detailed real names (right now, they're all generalized ones; I need the pictures for the details).

Just thought I'd ask.
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #917 on: June 24, 2019, 04:43:22 PM »
One correction on two candy products.

2791 & 2801 should be Morbid Chocolate MuMmy's and 2792 & 4127 should be Petrified MuMmy's, because that's the way it is on the postcards. Just keep the other parts the same; i.e., (brown package) and (yellow package). Also, please change 4127 to (yellow package), too.

This is just like 4278, which is listed on the Spreadsheet as Tapeworm MRI's (Pretzel M&M's).
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #918 on: July 01, 2019, 05:58:15 AM »
I need a favor, Patrick.

Could you please put some kind of mark on the a's and c's of the four most recent lists that you've already done so far? That way, I'll know what needs to be done and what has been done. This includes the cereal and candy products, of course.

Thanks!
« Last Edit: July 03, 2019, 06:42:12 AM by mikecho »

Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #919 on: July 06, 2019, 09:37:57 AM »
*Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019)/Enoz Moth Balls (2192) shouldn't need to say 2019, as the title is grammatically different than the 1956 version, but needed for the casual kaiju fan
*Puss 'n Boots Whiskas Cat Food (3392). see below

*Life Savers - Fresh Mint (860 & 1223) - Second one is actually Breath Savers brand, not Life Savers. Updated
*Right Guard Deodorant Stick (1260) - I don't know which variety of this product that this is). Looks like Sport Fresh scent

done with the POST 892 set, with some comments in red above

did more searching on the cat food, and it appears to be whiskas supermeat, and nothing to do with puss n boots brand or with those words on the label.


Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #920 on: July 06, 2019, 09:41:43 AM »

Nabisco: 1363, 1527, 1766, 3258, 3263, 3311, & 3315 Cream of Wheat was no longer owned by Nabisco at the time of release for any of those Wacky's, but it's on the box label in the first two so I included it. Not on the label for the third one though. and those last four were all Ralston cereals at the time of the card release.

done with the POST 899 set, with some comments in red above
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #921 on: July 06, 2019, 09:59:25 AM »
all done with all the other smaller update posts too, I believe. So at this point I think I have everything that you've posted.

Although I see you went and edited your POST 896 after I said I completed the updates for it (post 912), so whatever changes you made there are not going to be captured.

as for including all the those other sets (Joe's and Mark's) probably could add those (but still a no for the boxes set, as they aren't parodies)

I thought this whole list was started with the intent to show the entirety of what TOPPS published as Wacky Packages?
But it has crept beyond that by adding the Topps commissioned, but unused items, and then even more so with all the other non-topps items.

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #922 on: July 06, 2019, 06:03:48 PM »
Great job, Patrick, great job indeed!

There's still a lot more to go, though, and I found some others on my own that I missed, plus some from the other lists that were either missed or incomplete. Here they are:

*Curtiss Baby Ruth (266),
*DuPont Duco Cement (353; I think that this is the right way that the company name is written, but I'm not sure; if it is, please include it),
*PET Inc. ... (368; I think that this is the same company that made PET Evaporated Milk (659), but again, I'm not sure),
*Sugar Free Diet Rite Cola (391),
*Tic Tac Refreshing Mints (392),
*Underwood Deviled Ham - Family Size (393),
*Luden's Menthol Cough Drops (394),
*...(1974 TV series) (416),
*...as well as everyone else's. (536),
*Slim Jim - Spicy (536),
*...with Beans (551),
*Pepperidge Farm... (685, 1325, 1638 & 1927; you wrote "Pepperidge Farms" by mistake),
*Wrigley's Orbit - Peppermint (708),
*...; however, the original artwork... (721),
*...as ANS2 Bonus Sticker B4 (728; the reason for the addition to this and the other four Notes on the bonus stickers below (738, 739, 2789 & 3644) is mentioned on Reply #896),
*...as ANS10 Bonus Sticker B1 (738),
*...lower print run than Bonus Sticker B1,... (739),
*...15 clingys instead of nine), but were... (740-748),
*...and Snack Center (818),
*...with Cavity Protection (940),
*...in a Biskit (962),
*...the yellow plastic Collector's Album... (988; this is the product's actual name on the front cover, so it's not a true binder (the ones for ANS7-ANS11 are binders, however),
*Nabisco Lorna Doone (1128),
*..., this set... (1172),
*Post Grape-Nuts (1236 & 2677; these are two of a few cereals that I missed (silly me). They're in the cereal list in Reply #899 on p. 26 now if you want to check it out),
*Nabisco Cheese Nips (1441 & 1874; these are two more cracker products that I also missed (how does this happen?). They're in the cookies and crackers list in Reply #787 on p. 23 now if you want to check it out),
*Special DK Undead Berries (1566; since the bonus stickers in all of the modern series aren't listed on any checklists, I think that this one should be written this way so that people can both see, and get, the joke. Also, this is the way that the name should be written, with DK close together and no space between the two letters),
*...card 55 and C variation... (1731; no comma is needed here)
*French's Classic Yellow Mustard (1797),
*Wrigley's Eclipse - Spearmint Flavor (1929),
*Folgers Classic Roast Coffee - Instant Coffee Crystals (1975; I think that this is the right way for this product's name; you just got it reversed),
*South Park: The Fractured But Whole (2100; please don't forget the information that Joe G. gave me that's also mentioned on Reply #896),
*Star Trek (Abrams)/... (2171),
*Robocop (2014)/... (2188; the years of release are being done both here and onward because, in each case, there's more than one media product for each title (e.g., more than one movie, TV series, etc.),
*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)/... (2198),
*Tomb Raider (2018) (2200),
*Robin Hood (2018)/... (2204),
*Tomb Raider (2018)/... (2207),
*The Smurfs (2011)/... (2220),
*.../My Little Pony - Rarity's Carousel Boutique (2230; the name of the toy, I think, should be separate from the toy brand's name and, of course, the row will now have to be doubled to accommodate this),
*...(4 oz. bag) (2232),
*Halloween (1978)/... (2235),
*Friday the 13th (1980)/... (2236),
*A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)/... (2239),
* The Six Million Dollar Man Action Figure (2474; if this isn't right, then it's The Six Million Dollar Man - The Bionic Man Action Figure),
*General Mills Count Chocula (2522; this is another cereal that I missed (how I missed this one and didn't include it with the other three I have no idea). It's also in the cereal list now),
*Ken-L Ration Burger & Egg Dog Food (2585),
*Campbell's Chunky Soup - Classic Chicken Noodle (2678),
*Marlboro Filter Cigarettes (2721; you got the first one, but not this one),
*General Mills Chex Mix... (2681; this is, hopefully, the last cereal product that I missed. Again, it's in the cereal list now),
*Callard & Bowser Altoids... (2756; this is the only Altoids product that needs to be done and yes, this is based on the postcard's appearance),
*Ferrara Pan Lemonhead (2757; I looked it up; the actual name is this one),
*...ANS10 (Bonus Sticker B7) (2789),
*...and then later as ANS1 Bonus Sticker B2. (3644),
*Posters 1-5... & ...with Weakies released... (3893-3898),
*...no Topps copyright for the iron-ons in this series (3916-3917),
*13 patches..., the 12 'released' versions above... & ...a second sew-on set of 12... (3937-3949; again, the reason for these changes is on Reply #896),
*...the same title and front cover as..., ...for 2010, but was..., & ...,but they probably would have been the same ones that the book had, only with differently colored card backs, like the first book (2nd printing) and the 2010 calendar. (4065-4068; I'm sure that the third addition of these will be condensed accordingly),
*Plaques 1-6... (4122-4128),
*...for one week. RUSTED BUSTED ROBOTS was the only one of these cards that was not based on an existing Wacky. (4143-4152).

Next, I saw one last cookie product that I missed - Famished Amish (Famous Amos Chocolate Chip Cookies) (639). Did one of the major companies make this product, or was this a product made by an independent company? Whatever it was, please include the company here.

Next, if you look at Reply #829 (10-13-18), you'll see a mention that I made of the unreleased Wacky DVDs card backs that were intended for ANS4. They've never been included; could they please be so? If so, you can probably put them in the Note in 3247.

Next, please remove the word "Cereal" from the real names in 984, 2502, 2574, 2637, 2651 & 2658. None of the other cereals have that word in their real names on the Spreadsheet and, as I see it, it just isn't necessary here.

Next, please remove the periods at the end of the Notes in 728, 858, 904, 988 & 1268.

Next, the Note for 2788 needs to go in 2789, since it refers to the postcard, not the artist bio card.

Next, please include the a's and c's that weren't captured before and that still need to be done in Reply #896. Some of them might've been brought over here, but I may have missed others.

Next, please remove all of the dashes from some of the Wacky Packages products and all of the Garbage Pail Kids products, because it's grammatically incorrect (here's an example: 192 should be Wacky Packages 4th Series, just like it was before).

Finally, don't forget to finish your "Originally submitted for..." changes in the Notes. You got up to 1705 and you stopped there. Just thought that you'd like to know.


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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #923 on: July 09, 2019, 06:29:35 AM »
Patrick,

I just wanted to tell you that Joe G. sent me a PM a while back that had an interesting suggestion: add two more sections to the Spreadsheet, parody creator and parody artist.

This, he says, is still possible and should be done before the people behind these two subjects are gone forever.

What do you think? Feasible?
« Last Edit: July 12, 2019, 08:24:21 AM by mikecho »

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #924 on: July 14, 2019, 10:07:11 AM »
Patrick,

I've finished getting the full real names for the Off the Mark-et cards.

If you're going to put them in, let me know if you need me to send them to you.
« Last Edit: July 15, 2019, 09:06:43 AM by mikecho »

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #925 on: July 23, 2019, 08:15:04 PM »
done with the POST 899 set, with some comments in red above
Okay, the cereal products are fixed. Thanks for telling me this!

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #926 on: July 26, 2019, 05:34:00 PM »
Patrick, you sly devil, you! I just found out that you put in a separate Non-Topps Wacky section!

It's very good; just a few boo-boos. They are:

*...(no evidence, however, exists to confirm this) (6),
*Winston Filter Cigarettes (32),
*...Ice Cream Bars - Snack Size (102),
*Nestle Butterfinger (129).

Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #927 on: July 27, 2019, 03:36:01 PM »
Patrick, you sly devil, you! I just found out that you put in a separate Non-Topps Wacky section!
all of that had been on the main page since the beginning. just moved it to another tab

Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #928 on: July 27, 2019, 03:37:44 PM »
I've finished getting the full real names for the Off the Mark-et cards.

If you're going to put them in, let me know if you need me to send them to you.
Off the Mark-et has been added to the non-Topps page, along with Galactic Groceries and joegparotee's

Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #929 on: July 27, 2019, 04:28:05 PM »

*PET Inc. ... (368; I think that this is the same company that made PET Evaporated Milk (659), but again, I'm not sure), it's Pet

*...15 clingys instead of nine), but were... (740-748), no. When comparing values they need to be consistent, so keeping both as numerals

*Posters 1-5... & ...with Weakies released... (3893-3898), sticking with "through" and not using the en-dash

*13 patches..., the 12 'released' versions above... & ...a second sew-on set of 12... (3937-3949; again, the reason for these changes is on Reply #896), Sentences do not start with numerals, and for the rest of the sentence, I'm not mixing numbers and numerals.

*Plaques 1-6... (4122-4128), sticking with "through" and not using the en-dash

Next, I saw one last cookie product that I missed - Famished Amish (Famous Amos Chocolate Chip Cookies) (639). Did one of the major companies make this product, or was this a product made by an independent company? Whatever it was, please include the company here. Famous Amos *is* the company.

Next, if you look at Reply #829 (10-13-18), you'll see a mention that I made of the unreleased Wacky DVDs card backs that were intended for ANS4. They've never been included; could they please be so? If so, you can probably put them in the Note in 3247. These were all put on the Master List in January. perhaps my post #879 wasn't clear enough about that

Next, please remove the word "Cereal" from the real names in 984, 2502, 2574, 2637, 2651 & 2658. None of the other cereals have that word in their real names on the Spreadsheet and, as I see it, it just isn't necessary here. There are others that do have the word cereal, and really, I think cereal should be added to all of them.

Next, please remove the periods at the end of the Notes in 728, 858, 904, 988 & 1268. someday maybe, this is really trivial

Next, please include the a's and c's that weren't captured before and that still need to be done in Reply #896. Some of them might've been brought over here, but I may have missed others. as I indicated earlier, I've already completed #896. You made multiple edits to it later on and whatever you changed, I have no idea what those are

Next, please remove all of the dashes from some of the Wacky Packages products and all of the Garbage Pail Kids products, because it's grammatically incorrect (here's an example: 192 should be Wacky Packages 4th Series, just like it was before). I'm keeping the dashes in


all done with #922, with some comments in RED above

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #930 on: July 27, 2019, 07:11:36 PM »
Thanks, Patrick!

Here's a whole lot more, with a lot that I just found:

*Pall Mall Famous Cigarettes (121),
*Salem Filter Cigarettes (126 & 506),
*Raleigh Filtertip Cigarettes (165; Filtertip isn't a typo, I saw a picture of it and it's actually written this way on the carton),
*Q-Tips Cotton Swabs (170 & 1068),
*Kent King Size (202),
*...- Chicken Flavor (203; I'm pretty sure that this one is right, as I remember that the three Shake 'n Bake flavors of the 1970s were labelled on their boxes as Chicken, Pork and Fish Flavor),
*Ragu Old World Style Spaghetti Sauce (205),
*Optimo Sports - Very Mild (300),
*Lipton Cup-a-Soup - Chicken Noodle (326; I think that this is the right name for the variety, but I'm not sure),
*Adams Chiclets -... (367, 1153 & 1213),
*Underwood Deviled Ham - Family Size (393; there's no "d" at the end of Size),
*Sara Lee Chocolate Fudge Brownies (395),
*Fisher-Price Toys - Chatter Telephone (399),
*Lux Beauty Soap - White (400),
*either Bambi or Rambo: First Blood Part II (647; this way of saying it would be more clear than how it's written now and I think that it also should be mentioned in the Notes that this is the only Wacky to ever be either one of two products, depending on one's point of view),
*Keebler Tato Skins - Cheddar Cheese 'n Bacon (652),
*Wrigley's Orbit - Peppermint (708),
*Isaly's Klondike (734),
*Oscar Mayer Lunchables -... (796, 1342 & 1440),
*Dove Beauty Bar (877, 1573 & 2643),
*... (based on Amazing Fantasy #15, Spider-Man's first appearance) (880),
*Jell-O Gelatin Dessert (905 & 1253),
*Red Vines Original Red Twists (922),
*Pom Pomegranate Juice (978),
*... (based on Superman (vol. 1) #1) (980),
*Necco Sweethearts (1174; this one is in the candy products list now),
*Axe Deodorant Stick (1176; I can't find the variety for this one),
*Ragu Old World Style Spaghetti Sauce - Traditional (1259),
*Post Alpha-Bits (1434; I messed up this one (how, I have no idea), it's in the right section in the cereal list now),
*Nabisco Bugles (1435; a cracker product that I somehow missed, it's in the cookies and crackers list now),
*Slim Jim - Spicy (1451 & 2809),
*Jell-O Gelatin Dessert Cups Pack (1453),
*Kellogg's Pop-Tarts - S'mores (1547; another one that I missed (also, see 2220 below), again, it's in the cereal list now),
*Nescafe Taster's Choice Coffee (1574),
*Gillette Deodorant Stick (1575; again, I can't find the variety for this one),
*5-Hour Energy Regular Strength - Berry (1576),
*Sheba Cat Food (1601),
*Campbell's Chunky Soup - Classic Chicken Noodle (1254 & 1653),
*TGI Fridays (1710; I looked it up, the restaurant changed its name from this version (T.G.I. Friday's) to the one listed here in 2013 (the same year that this series was released). But if the old name is still used on the Wacky, then please keep it),
*Nestle On the Go! Sno-Caps (1840; this real name is taken from the picture of it in the Lost Wackys section of lostwackys.com),
*Campbell's SpaghettiOs & Originally intended for ANS4 and was going to be "Ranko-American SweattiOs - Sweat Beads" (Franco-American SpaghettiOs - Sliced Franks) (1905; I was so concerned with Spaghetto-Os that I almost missed this one. Also I think that the original version's real name is right, but again, I'm not sure (see the Lost Wackys section of lostwackys.com to see what it looks like)),
*Topps Wacky Packages Postcards - Series 1 (1931; the en-dash is in the wrong place, this is where it should be. For similarly written Wacky product names, see 2497 and 2610 (which have already been fixed (and by the way, thanks for doing that))),
*Quaker Life Cereal (2049; this is so that this one will match up with all of the other Wackys parodying Quaker Life Cereal),
*Mad Max: Fury Road (2164),
*Bumblebee (2211; again, I looked it up, this is the actual name of the film),
*Star Trek (Abrams)/... (2166),
*.../Kellogg's Pop-Tarts - Frosted Blueberry (2182),
*.../Kellogg's Pop-Tarts - S'mores (2220; see 1547 above, once again, it's in the cereal list now),
*... (4 oz. bag) (2232),
*Friday the 13th (1980)/... (2236),
*Hobby/Retail/Bonus Box... (2254-2293; again, I think that this is right, but I'm not sure),
*Russell Stover Valentine's Day Candy (2576),
*Tattoos (2589-2606),
*...Baron von Redberry... (2637),
*Donruss... (2646),
*Heath Bar (2663),
*Callard & Bowser Altoids... (2756; the second last name in the company name doesn't have an "r" in it),
*...the art for Bio Card 8. (2789; I think that this way is a better way to put it),
*Post Honey Bunches of Oats (2809; and yet another one that I missed; once again, it's in the cereal list now, however, also once again, I can't find the variety for it because I can't find an image of the postcard anywhere (my guess is that it's either Post Honey Bunches of Oats - Honey Roasted or Post Honey Bunches of Oats with Almonds, I don't know which)),
*...auctioned by the Topps Vault... (3401),
*...(modern (as of 2014) version) (3834-3838),
*...is unknown and they do not... (3917-3918),
*...cease and desist reasons. (3943),
*...Topps Mad Caps... (4014-4021)
*...2011 calendar with the same name and front cover art as the book was planned for... & ..., but they probably would have been the same ones as the book's were. (4065-4068; I'm sure that this additional information will be condensed accordingly),
*...(yellow package) (4127; I missed this one when you did the other three in the Postcards),
*...are based on... (4143-4152),
*Campy Soup (Die-Cuts) (4152; remember, this one never made it to the 1st series),
*...(a.k.a. 2016 S2) (4153-4160),
*...(a.k.a. 2018 S2) (4161-4170),
*...We Hate the '90's series (a.k.a. 2019 S1) (4171-4190).

If you could please put these in as soon as you can, then I think you've got it for now.

Next, 3247's Note should have something like this added to it: Several stickers in this unreleased 5th Series were pulled Wackys from the 1967 Die-Cuts and 1973 1st Series, which probably would have made the originals not so highly prized or sought after. (This additional information came from lostwackys.com in the section about this never-made series if you want to check it out in order to confirm it and again, I'm sure that it'll be condensed accordingly.)

Next, Joe G. told me in a PM that I got from him that The Fractured Butt Hole Wood Filler (2100) was originally going to be The Fractured Butt Hole Cement, but Topps made him change it to what it is now.

Next, please go ahead and put Cereal at the end of all of the cereal products, if you want to. Just remember that some products on the list that are connected with the cereals, like Eggo Waffles, Pop-Tarts, Nutri-Grain Cereal Bars, Snack Pak (just the product wrapper, not the cereals inside it), etc. don't need this word at the end. Speaking of Snack Pak, please put Kellogg's at the beginning of the three cereals shown on the inside of the Wacky. We might as well make it consistent with everything else on the list.

Finally, I've got a question. Just-Lice League of America (1835)  looks like a DC hardcover book or trade paperback instead of a comic book like Green Intern (1836) and Aquamaid (1837). If it is really one, what's its real title? That should be included in the real name. However, if it's not really one, then that's okay, too and it can be left alone.
       
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #931 on: July 28, 2019, 01:09:08 PM »
Patrick,

Here's the real names for the Non-Topps list that are needed, plus some a's and c's:

*Unknown which OS... & ...speculation that it was possibly the 8th series,... (6),
*...(unreleased poster version) (30; this is cut off at the end of the row and it'll thus have to be doubled to accommodate this),
*Topps Push Pop (69),
*...on Saturday, May 4. (97; the period at the end of the sentence is missing here),
*...were released in Fall 2018..., ...were released in Spring 2019. & ...a four-card total set,... (97 & 98),
*...self-produced; postcard-sized (100),
*Haagen-Dazs Vanilla Milk Chocolate Almond Ice Cream Bars - Snack Size (102; only one en-dash is necessary here),
*...rare missing red snake on the side of the wrapper variation (116; this is so that people will know where it is on the card),
*...at the 2018 Gross Card Con in Las Vegas... (124; I think that this is the right way to phrase this, but I'm not sure),
*Given out at the Spring Philly Non-Sports Card Show (125, 128, 130 & 132-134),
*Given out at the Fall Philly Non-Sports Card Show (126-127, 129, & 131),
*Spaced: 1969 (132; this is the actual name on the card),
*Jaws (136; I think that this should be written in the same way as 537 is in the Topps list. However, if you want to keep it that way, then it should be Jaws (paperback book) and it should also be added to 537 in the same way that it is here),
*General Mills E.T. Cereal (137),
*Sunshine Krispy Saltine Crackers - Original (138),
*Peter Paul Almond Joy (139),
*Red Bull (140),
*Dial Deodorant for Women (141),
*Girl Scout Samoas (143),
*Wonka Everlasting Gobstopper (144),
*Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice Cocktail & Based on an unreleased Jay Lynch Wacky concept (145),
*...Mark Parisi's initials... (160),
*iTunes Music Card (161),
*Bicycle Rider Back Playing Cards (163),
*Kellogg's Product 19 (164),
*Tic Tac Fresh Mints (168),
*Smartfood Popcorn - White Cheddar (169),
*Samuel Adams Boston Lager (170),
*3 Musketeers (171),
*Jell-O Gelatin Dessert (172),
*Dove Beauty Bar (173),
*Pert Plus Shampoo + Conditioner 2 in 1 - Classic Clean (174),
*Post-It Notes (175),
*Corona Extra (176),
*Vicks NyQuil (177),
*Purina Friskies Cat Food - Mariner's Catch (178),
*Hostess Ding Dongs (179),
*Advil Ibuprofen Tablets (180),
*Kleenex Tissues (181),
*Oral-B Toothbrush (182),
*KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken) (183),
*Sunshine Cheez-It (184),
*Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna in Water (185),
*General Mills Cheerios (187),
*Charmin Ultra Soft Bathroom Tissue (190),
*Axe Body Spray - Gold (191),
*5-Hour Energy Regular Strength - Berry (193),
*...and an image of Riskies (194),
*Marty Pants: Do Not Open! (195),
*Lego Bucket (196),
*Comic strip from... (197).

Also, the Number section for 161-193 should all say n/a.

Please put them in as soon as you can!

Thanks!

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #932 on: July 29, 2019, 07:57:54 PM »
These c's are in order to get rid of unnecessary capitalization where it isn't needed:

*Spic 'n Span (161),
*Milk-Bone for Large Dogs (187),
*Shake 'n Bake... (203, 1131 & 1775),
*...Spaghetti and Meatballs (206, 1051 & 1359 (1907 is correct)),
*Chicken of the Sea... (241, 793 & 1888),
*Fruit of the Loom (256, 1542 & 1691),
*...Pudding and Pie Filling -...(285),
*Tums for the Tummy (292),
*Half and Half (294),
*3-in-One ... (348),
*Topps Planet of the Apes (1974 TV series) (416),
*...Beans and Spaetzle (418),
*...with Raisins and Nuts (433),
*Jack and Jill (487),
*The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (499),
*Famous Monsters of Filmland (541),
*Original Rum and Maple Pipe Mixture - Blend No. 53 (547),
...Flea and Tick Collar (579),
*Keebler Rich 'n Chips... (602),
*Topps New Kids on the Block (664),
*Cup o' Noodles (665),
*Wheel of Fortune Board Game (668),
*The Cat in the Hat (673),
*Sweet 'n Low (678 & 1279),
*...and the Order of the Phoenix (691),
*...Macaroni and Cheese (699 & 1883),
*...in Water (793, 878, 1888 & 3311),
*...- Ham and American (796),
*Hop on Pop: The Simplest Seuss for Youngest Use (819; this is the full title of the book on the front cover),
*Thomas the Tank Engine (917),
*Nice 'n Easy (1055),
*Dora the Explorer (1123),
*Just for Men (1211),
*Armor All Wash and Wax (1250),
*Snausages in a Blanket (1257),
*Green Eggs and Ham (1315),
*...Pure and Natural... (1324),
*...Cream of Wheat... (1363, 1527 & 1766),
*...and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 (1380),
*Night at the Museum (1381),
*Diary of a... (1385 & 1546),
*Words with Friends (1470),
*Sonic the Hedgehog (1472 & 2029),
*The Legend of Zelda (1474 & 1544),
*God of War (1480),
*Gears of War (1539),
*Chutes and Ladders (1557),
*The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (1577),
*Cut the Rope (1588),
*Edge of Glory (1594),
*Game of Thrones (1635),
*...: Friendship is Magic (1655 & 2088),
*The Game of Life (1665 & 2710),
*...: The Desolation of Smaug (1715),
*Pat the Bunny (1725),
*Slip 'n Slide (1781),
*Where the Wild Things Are (1829),
*... - Sour Cream and Onion Potato (1940),
*...: Appetite for Disruption (1952),
*Apples to Apples (2025),
*The Adventures of Captain Underpants (2051),
*...Alvin and the Chipmunks... (2066),
*...Nightmare on Elm Street... (2067),
*The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (2097; I just found out about the last word in this one relatively recently),
*...: Nutty by Nature (2228),
*Body on Tap... (2334),
*...Brown 'n Serve Sausage (2395),
*Mike and Ike -... (2724),
*Billy the Marlin -... (2945),
*...for Dogs (3813),
*Planet of the Grapes (4136).
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #933 on: July 29, 2019, 09:30:10 PM »
.

Finally, I've got a question. Just-Lice League of America (1835)  looks like a DC hardcover book or trade paperback. If it is really one, what's its real title? That should be included in the real name. However, if it's not really one, then that's okay, too.
       

This gag was one of mine and based on the DC new 52 comic ‘Justice League’.  Here’s the gag:


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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #934 on: July 30, 2019, 11:46:49 AM »
So it's basically not based on an actual DC hardcover book or trade paperback.

Thanks for the info, Joe! That helps a lot.

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #935 on: August 07, 2019, 09:14:49 PM »
Here's some Notes that I found out about on hipsteria.com (Fred Wheaton's website):

*Replaced Honka Picky Stix (Wonka Pixy Stix) (861),
*...; replaced Hi-Sea (see 1567) (869),
*Replaced Snore Caps (see 1840) (900),
*...; replaced by Cursed Frightstrips (see 869) (1567),
*...; replaced by Spud Stick (see 900) (1840).

These are all from ANS3. I've already done the same type of thing with the Notes from ANS1 (but I think that I got them from lostwackys.com (Duane's website), but I'm not sure). There were also three that were originally intended for ANS2 (Slacker Jack, Red Veins and Twits (the first two were put in ANS3 (the first one as a base sticker and the second one as a foil sticker) and the third one was put in 2014 S1 (as a Lost Wacky sticker)) that were replaced with three others, but I don't have the details about which were the replacements just yet. Basically, I know what was removed; I just don't know what took the place of what was removed - yet.

UPDATE: I finally found out the truth about the ANS2 lost Wackys (see Reply #943 below).
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #936 on: September 01, 2019, 05:30:40 PM »
Hey, Patrick, how are the a's and c's going?

I know that it's a lot this time, but how far have you gotten? Half-done, a quarter, three-quarters, what?

Let me know soon, please.

Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #937 on: September 02, 2019, 11:35:27 AM »
Hey, Patrick, how are the a's and c's going?

I know that it's a lot this time, but how far have you gotten? Half-done, a quarter, three-quarters, what?

Let me know soon, please.
Done with post #930, so don't make any further updates to that one.

interesting tidbit in there was the Isaly's Klondike, which was bought out before ANS1 was released, but the name was left on the artwork. As well as the history of Kraft Polar B'ar, which was an underhanded rip-off product that got sued for trade-dress theft.

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #938 on: September 02, 2019, 04:09:51 PM »
Done with post #930, so don't make any further updates to that one.

interesting tidbit in there was the Isaly's Klondike, which was bought out before ANS1 was released, but the name was left on the artwork. As well as the history of Kraft Polar B'ar, which was an underhanded rip-off product that got sued for trade-dress theft.
Good going, Patrick!

Only one that I missed (and I still don't know how): Marlboro Filter Cigarettes (222). That number was accidentally put on 205, which has now been changed back on the previous list to what it should've been. Good thing that you noticed that one and put it in the right place!

Speaking of 205, there's a spelling goof in it. It should say ...Spaghetti Sauce.

Next, I was wondering...in 625, which one of the GoBots is being parodied and is it one of the Guardians or the Renegades (is this what the two sides are called? I'm not sure)? Since we've listed 1117 as Transformers - Optimus Prime: Autobot, then this one should be GoBots - (fill in the name here).

Next, 647 should be ...real names., not ...origins. This, I believe, is more accurate.

Next, 734 should say Note: by the... (a colon should be here, not a comma).

Next, 796 should be Oscar Mayer Lunchables Cracker Snackers - Ham and American. The first en-dash isn't needed here, as it's grammatically incorrect.

Next, you forgot to put in the information based on the PM that Joe G. sent me - that, in 2100, The Fractured Butt Hole Wood Filler was originally going to be The Fractured Butt Hole Cement before Topps made Joe change it.

Next, there's another spelling goof in 3834-3838. It should say ..., in contrast... .

Next, 3917-3918 should be ...Topps copyright. (with a period at the end of the second sentence, just like the first one has).

Next, 4065-4068 should be It is likely that... and ...as the second book's were. (the second one is in order to be clear here).

Finally, 4171-4190 should say ...We Hate the 90's series (at the end of the Note).

If you could please put all of these in now, we're all set!

Only three more pages of a's and c's to go! Keep up the good work!
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #939 on: September 05, 2019, 09:55:00 AM »
Might as well start the new ones:

*Good and Plenty & ...(Non-Topps (Lost 1 2005)) (82; the name written here is how it's written on the package; 1098, however, stays the way it is),
*Heavy Duty Duz Detergent (94; 455, however, stays the way it is),
*Minute Rice - Long Grain (106 & 3551),
*Cover Girl Clean Make-Up Liquid Make-Up (113 & 238; the first one's name was written like this on the bottle in the picture at wackypackages.org/wackypacks.php in the Real Products section and the second one was written in the same way at lostwackys.com/wacky-packages in the Wacky Packages Original Series section),
*Camel Turkish & Domestic Blend Cigarettes (117 & 619),
*9 Lives - Tuna (153),
*Crystal Drano Drain Opener (167),
*...Instant Dinner for Dogs (194),
*Chicken of the Sea Tuna (241),
*Assorted Charms Hard Candy (247; I think that this is what this product is, but I'm not sure),
*Half and Half Burley and Bright Tobacco (294),
*...(see 3843) (336),
*3 in 1 Motor Oil (348),
*Chiclets - Peppermint (367; I saw a picture of this and this one is right just the way that it is here; 1153 & 1213, however, stay the way they are),
*Cascade Detergent for Automatic Dishwashers (403),
*Heavy Duty Cold Power Laundry Detergent (404),
*Topps Bazooka Bubble Gum (405 & 623; these are the only Bazooka Bubble Gum Wackys that include the company name; the rest of them, however, stay the way they are),
*Savarin Instant Coffee (428),
*Necco Wafers (442 & 2798),
*Schick Super Chromium (454),
*Holloway Milk Duds (462; I found out that this company made Milk Duds before Hershey got a hold of them),
*Ballantine Premium Lager (501),
*...cease-and-desisted Wacky that spawned a lawsuit that went to court. & ...as well as anyone else's. (536; I think that the first of these lines should be phrased the way that it is here, as I think that this is the correct way that it was done (first the Wacky was cease-and-desisted, then they sued)),
*Camel Filter Cigarettes (540),
*Doral Full Flavor Cigarettes (562),
*Similac Concentrated Liquid - Infant Formula (569),
*Savarin Vacuum Packed Coffee - Drip Grind (578),
*One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish (671, there's no commas in this book's title),
*...All of this was done to appease White Castle, who had issued a complaint to Topps. (700),
*Stouffer's Lean Cuisine Cafe Classics - Glazed Chicken (702),
*...however, the original artwork..., new, slightly different artwork... & ...for this sticker. (721),
*..., which was later... (728 & 737; this will make it clear for both of them, because the way that it's phrased now, it looks like the other sticker's being mentioned here in both of these Notes),
*..., Islay had been... (734; I think that this is the right name for the company, but I'm not sure),
*..., commanding a premium. (739; I think that this part, which was originally in there, should be put back in there),
*...DC Comics with different... & ...for Fright Castle (see 700) (762),
*Cracker Jack $0.99 Snack Bag (896; I'm sorry, but I couldn't find a cent sign on my computer keyboard. Also, this is one of two out of five Cracker Jack Wackys that are in this kind of packaging (the other one (1969), however, stays the way it is), while the other three (15, 1330 & 2759) are all in the traditional cardboard box),
*... in that release. (906),
*Nestle Nesquik Milk - Chocolate Flavor (912; I think that this is the right way to phrase it, instead of what it is now),
*Replaced Quacker State (see 1063) (947),
*Wise Cheese Doodles - Puffed (948),
*...Chex Mix Trail Mix (968; the en-dash isn't needed here either as, again, it's grammatically incorrect. 1551 & 2681, however, stay the way they are),
*Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash (989),
*Originally intended for ANS4, but was replaced by The DaVinci Cold (see 947) (1063; also, remove this Note from 1073, as I found out from lostwackys.com in its section on ANS4 that The DaVinci Cold replaced not Vise, but Quacker State (which was then released in ANS5)),
*Originally intended to be... (1071; by the way, Patrick, do you know what Wacky replaced this one? That should be put in, too),
*...(see 1366)... (1276),
*Purina Friskies Dry Cat Food - ...(1329),
*The Original Cracker Jack (1330; this is the name that's used on this version of the box, the rest of them, however (except for 896), stay the way they are),
*Nabisco Instant Cream of Wheat Hot Cereal (1363),
*Maximum Security & Originally intended for ANS6 (1365; the name used here is the full name of this sticker (remember, the bonus stickers don't have actual official checklists) and this is also a necessary change to the Note now that the rest of the information is being removed),
*...(see 1276)... (1366),
*Nabisco Cream of Wheat Hot Cereal (1527),
*Some of the text... (1565; I think that this is right, but I'm not sure. If I'm wrong, then keep it the way that it is),
*...(from the animated TV series) (1634; this was a special power of the Care Bears that was used in the TV series and not a separate TV series itself (I looked it up on the Care Bears Wikipedia article a while back just to make sure)),
*Bounce Dryer Sheets (1698),
*Cream of Wheat Hot Cereal (1766),
*Justice League Vol. 1: Origin,... (1835; the space here is too big),
*...were released: a common... & ...(but with the... (1856-1861; again, the space here in the first one is too big),
*Star Trek: The Original Series/... (2166; this is just to be clear as always, since non-Trekkies might not know what the acronym used here means),
*.../Baskin Robbins - Rocky Road (2204; by the way, is it still called Baskin Robbins 31 or not? I'm not sure),
*..., which is evident... (2239),
*Frosty's Shaved Ice (2245; I think that this name is right, but I'm not sure),
*Hobby/Retail/Bonus Box... (2254-2293; I think that this one is right, but, again, I'm not sure (and if it is, you forgot this one from the last time)),
*Sent out by David Gross (2380),
*Postcard-sized,... (2434-2442),
*Cling Free Dryer Sheets (2446),
*Northern Bathroom Tissue (2514),
*...the tattoo art for this version has yet to surface). (2597),
*..."Tricky Treat!" and "Tricked Out!"... (2691; this is how these names are written on the postcards),
*Wonka Laffy Taffy - Grape (2771; I think that this is the right name for the flavor, but, again, I'm not sure),
*Morbid Chocolate MuMmy's... (2741 & 2801; this is the right way to phrase this one, also see below),
*Petrified MuMmy's... (2792 & 4127; see above),
*Post Honey Bunches of Oats with Almonds - Family Size (2809; this is also the right way to phrase this one (and you forgot the company name from the last time)),
*An extra Duck and Hide... (3218),
*...that it would have contained about 12 hard to find Die-Cuts cards and 1st series stickers, thus possibly reducing the originals' value and desirability. (3247; I got the information about the number of the stickers in the same place that I got the rest of the information about it - off of the '80 Lost Reprints section of lostwackys.com, if you want to look. I also think that the last part of this sentence should be put in and, if it is, I know that it'll be condensed accordingly),
*...for Posters; replaced by... (3554),
*...the original stickers. (3834-3838),
*...; also originally... & ...sticker (see 336) (3843),
*...Norm Saunders; replaced... (3844 & 3861),
*...Norm Saunders; replacement... (3855),
*...Tom Sutton; replaced... (3864),
*It is unknown whether this series was licensed by Topps or not and it is not as valuable as the first series. (3917-3918; I was browsing through lostwackys.com and found this tidbit. Again, I know that it'll be condensed accordingly),
*..all but RUSTED BUSTED ROBOTS were based on Wacky Packages art. (4143-4152).


Also, don't forget the Wacky Posters that are coming in GPK 2019 S2: Revenge of Oh, the Horror-ible and the School Wacky Packages that are coming in GPK 2020 S1: Late for School!

Finally, there's four more Note groups to be merged:

*1599 - 1601,
*1724 - 1726,
*3634 - 3637,
*3639 - 3642.

The last two, I think, could be merged while leaving the one in the middle (3638) just the way it is.

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #940 on: September 05, 2019, 09:24:00 PM »
Patrick, I see that you've removed most of the unnecessary Notes that mostly came from lostwackys.com, but not all of them. These are the remaining ones that should be removed:

157, 164 (everything after Apple Jerks), 225, 255, 347, 379, 384, 391, 393, 402, 431, 440-441, 448, 459, 461, 480, 520, 526, 528, 549-550, 557, 563, 565, 575-576, 620 (everything after 16th series), 767, 771-773, 776, 782, 800, 802, 853, 866, 869-870, 877, 892, 895, 897, 905, 908, 1019 (everything after variations), 1020, 1023-1024, 1025 (everything after variations), 1026, 1055, 1066, 1311, 1331, 1335, 1344, 1355, 1371, 1375, 1528, 1568, 1570, 1668, 1689, 1766, 1786, 1799, 1812, 1893, 1895, 1923, 1970, 2413, 2469, 2493, 2502, 2561, 2576, 2579, 2624-2625, 2668-2670, 2672, 2674-2676, 2678-2680, 2683, 2693, 2701 & 2759.
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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #941 on: September 22, 2019, 04:25:18 PM »
Patrick, any news or progress on the a's and c's so far?

UPDATE: Never mind, I just found out that you did the new GPK Wackys.

However, there are some goofs here:

*The name of the GPK series in 4176-4184 should be written as Oh, the Horror-ible!
*Likewise, the name of the other GPK series in 4206-4215 should be written as Revenge of Oh, the Horror-ible! and the Note needs to say ...2019 Garbage Pail Kids Revenge of Oh, the Horror-ible! series.

This is, again, getting rid of unnecessary capitalization where it isn't needed.

In addition, in 4168-4175, it should be (2016 S2). Now that you've got the space needed for it, this can be done so that it'll be like all of the others.

Finally, 4179 should be 3 Mosquitoes and 4214 should be Bustedfigure (Bustedfinger).

UPDATE 2: Also, I see that you added in the new Attacky Packages cards.

The two real names that you left out are these:

*Cover Ghoul (Die-Cuts/1st) (4154),
*Fearstone Tires (Die-Cuts/1982 Album) (4162; I know that this one was also included in the 1986 Album series, but since that one was never released to stores, do you think that it should be included here or not?)

There's also some goofs here, as well:

*Camals Cigarettes (4155),
*(Die-Cuts/1st) (4155, 4157-4159 & 4166),
*KOLOSSAL ALIEN-BRAIN (4160),
*(Die-Cuts) (4165).


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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #942 on: September 26, 2019, 06:15:26 PM »
Again, Patrick, how goes it with the rest of the a's and c's? Please let me know soon.

Offline mikecho

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Re: Master Spreadsheet
« Reply #943 on: September 30, 2019, 05:23:07 PM »
Patrick, I just found out this information on ANS2's Lost Wackys (most of it came from lostwackys.com if you want to look, while the part about Twits' appearance at the SDCC came from hipsteria.com):

*Red Veins (921) was originally made as a poster and given away at the Topps booth at the 2005 San Diego Comic-Con.
*Slacker Jack (896) was first shown in the advertisement flyer for the ANS2 Official Wacky Packages Collector Binder (the one with the red plastic cover), but was pulled before production began (Topps had a deal with Cracker Jack to print baseball cards at that time). Also, the original version of the sticker had a clipped toenail in the mix toward the bottom of the bag and a June beetle in the mix crawling near the top of the bag, which were both removed from the final version of the sticker.
*Twits (1839) first appeared in the early ANS2 previews at the 2004 San Diego Comic-Con, but was pulled for the same reason that 3 Racketeers was pulled (see 1565).

I also have this information about 3 Racketeers:

*The reason that 3 Racketeers (1565) was pulled from ANS1 was because of a complaint from M&M/Mars about Topps parodying some of their candy products in that series.

By the way, this seems to be the only cease and desist notice that the ANS run actually got that I know about (and M&M/Mars obviously got over it, as several of their candy products have been parodied many times in many different series ever since then). If you look at the above addition to 700 in Reply #939 (9-5-19), however, a complaint against one sticker was issued (and dealt with), but that's it as far as I can tell. Beyond these two things in ANS1 and the one thing in ANS2 mentioned above, Topps seems to have had no more trouble with any other ANS after that.

This information should be put in their respective sections. Again, I'm sure that it'll be condensed accordingly.
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