Other uses for the Bible in Public Schools..?

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We would like to make a very relevant coursework assessment as our empirical observations as well as research has shown us. There has been so much to say about Common Core curriculum that it is just alike or the same with every other “change” that is made in everything.

Speaking of such, I got so excited the other evening whilst watching some late night television. Imagine this dialog in a comedy: “Do you know what people from all over the world hate more than anything else?” No…no not really; what is the consensus with the people around the world and what they fall victim to almost every year. Here it comes – CHANGES.

As far as Common Core is out and in most areas being diligently used, we find that professional research be conducted to show just how the program is going. It is of no surprise to anyone regular to this website should be “Passing Go” and receiving their $200 provided that they at the very least know something about my exploits professionally.

As quick and as slight as I possibly can, I became a trading partner at the Chicago Commodities Exchange Commission at an extremely young age. It was somewhere between the Army experience and my very first apartment so I would guess somewhere near twenty-one years of age. However, for my own clients as well as me we all did extraordinary.

BibleWorks9-recursos-2 - CopyThis exposure to the commodities markets unleashed something in me insofar as relating the Wolf of Wall Street was not too difficult for me to understand. Mind you, only the outrageously good and prosperous times inasmuch as I still have not seen the film – therefore one must be careful indeed.

Everything that I could remember – with the exception of one issue – just up and changed about me. Let us see here, my first visit to the Academy Awards, first invitation to the Prime Minister’s home, won in my first international grand master championship in backgammon, damn near almost got married, whew that was a close one!

Needless to say my life was an unforgettable series of changes that could have floored just about anyone. One day whilst sitting at my home I received a phone call from the Social Affairs Office asking if I would be available for a meet and greet for I do not remember what team it was or sport they played basically, nothing, about what was going on. I did not care much for the President then…so I thanked the officer very much and said goodbye.

I mentioned earlier that there was one aspect about my life that did not change, actually I had no reason to let anything I could or would do here ever assault or bring trouble in the biggest mental health, physical, emotional, loving, caring, straight up man I would ever aspire to be. And that was my relationship with God through his Son, Jesus Christ.

Furthermore I know I have written some literature on this site that deals with how the earliest schools, teachers and students, used the Bible as their very first textbook. I vividly remember in college how that fact became known to me.

images (10) - Copy So tonight on Fox News O’Reilly said that one could not teach the history of the United States without discussing Judeo-Christian tradition and the impact it had on the Framers. This has been a premise of mine for years especially with the culture wars, being experienced by everyone alive who cared about the formula of the Federalist Papers, U.S. Constitution, our latest culture of corruption that is not letting up, And worse still a group of law enforcement personnel who daily feel a sense of betrayal on the one hand and on the other different members of LE who seem to want to assign everything not going their way to…Racism.

Now, for the first time ever, the American Heritage Education Foundation presents a new book that explores the correlation between America’s philosophical origins and the Bible Miracle of America shows how the Bible and Judeo-Christian thought are arguably the nation’s most significant foundational root and its enduring source of strength. Professional educators and historians have praised Miracle of America as the first-ever systematic analysis of the relationship between key American political principles and Judeo-Christian ideas.

O’Reilly asked Krauthammer why schools are not teaching about religion, if that is the case. “Well because we’re not teaching anything,” Krauthammer said. “We’re not teaching the Civil War, we’re not teaching who the founders are, we’re not explaining anything. I’ve looked at the AP exams that my son had to write in high school, there are whole gaps in the history.”

There is far, so far more information processing teachable facts that are listed in the Bible to include the Mayflower Compact, and a whole list of miraculous thinks that occurred with the Founder’s and I look so forward to discussing them with you here.


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Okay come on please! The hoops, bells, and whistles that individuals such as these that have sold everything to get employment – I ask just a couple of questions for those who are knowledgeable.

Petty though it may seem, who cares about pettiness when your U.S. President is breaking every law to fudge numbers regarding deportation. So if an unknowing person goes and gets deported for this action (and it will happen) who claims the credit? And for my second question: Who really is to benefit from this program?

Is this stretching the law to accommodate shall we say “illegal’s” supposed to be fundamentally sound enough to place these applicants at the front of a classroom?

Long before Alejandro Fuentes Mena became a fifth grade teacher, he was an undocumented immigrant from Chile. In August, he started at the Denver Center for International Studies at Ford Elementary School as part of effort by Denver Public Schools administrators to be the first school district in the nation to actively seek out teacher’s people who were initially brought to the United States illegally.

So this is what our U.S. Department of Education, Homeland Security, every other agency that is supported therein, US Immigration, and Customs Enforcement officials are doing? Oh! I will do it now…Dear U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder: You have stated internationally on television “what is it that allows someone to go after an attorney general like that…?”

I need to ask you Sir, do you have any notion whatsoever that it may be by your “Legacy of Lack of Accomplishments,” suing other Unified States like Arizona to get laws that you want passed so as to include ‘racial profiling’ and any other ‘Potemkin Accomplishments’ that you just might get by on people. That kind of behavior has lost your respect with us, yet you are still ‘stuck on stupid’ to figure anything within your purview, or do you think it is your not giving a damn about the U.S. Constitution that is really making everyone skeptical of your job performance and thus, for the way in which they speak to or about you?

Just a couple of points to make here Mr. Holder: One, how well did your intervention into a Western Chicago teacher asking for additional time off to attend Ramadan last year; although I think we both know that she had 25 years to do it prior, and 3 years after coming here she decided to inform her supervisors rather than to do it the proper way.

By the way, the entire school board voted “No” for her request. And to think that all it took was for you to be dishonest and to flood a left leaning mainstream media of how important human rights, civil rights, and religious liberties are to you. How about Jonathon and Elaine Huguenin? Two, how do you think it looks for you to walk approximately 3/4s of a mile and then tell U.S. Congressmen/women and the American public that you do not have what it is that they have asked you for 11 months in advance? And yes Mr. Attorney General it does get worse — are you even aware that these individuals mentioned had already seen the documents you said “did not exist.”

Department of Denver Public Schools is working with Teach for America to bring in people with an official status of “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals” as determined by the federal government. Part of the requirements for DACA status is that a person must have been brought to the United States under the age of 16 and have a clean criminal record. Here is where I get totally offended by you the president, and you unprofessional Congressional diplomatic associates.

Denver Public Schools is operated and run by the state of Colorado, USA. Teach for America is part of the governmental entity referred to as the United States Peace Initiative. So how fair is it that there are tens of thousands of teachers holding Master’s degrees in Education as well as Bachelor’s degrees with special certifications earned along the way? Moreover, how fair is it to employ one out of the country person who may or may not been a part of this scheme but has DACA Special Status certification? In other words, why are they looking to hire DACA members rather than the several American’s who are better trained, educated, and very good at what they do?

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Sen. Feinstein’s Own Statement Alleges White House Committed Impeachable Offense

04official-hi_res_PhotoGallery Oh well I just could not help it! Under normal circumstances I would have read this comment by Senator Feinstein and then as any self-respecting student, writer, journalist should do is rewrite this comment in one’s own words.

However, as for tonight I know that I can post where the article came from and give all subsequent credit to who originally wrote it and I am clear.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein is angry with the CIA. We all know that. What the media isn’t reporting is that Feinstein is blaming The White House for the CIA’s actions.

And that, my friends, is an impeachable offense.

This from Feinstein’s own website:

In May of 2010, the committee staff noticed that [certain] documents that had been provided for the committee’s review were no longer accessible. Staff approached the CIA personnel at the offsite location, who initially denied that documents had been removed. CIA personnel then blamed information technology personnel, who were almost all contractors, for removing the documents themselves without direction or authority. And then the CIA stated that the removal of the documents was ordered by the White House. When the committee approached the White House, the White House denied giving the CIA any such order…

…When the Internal Panetta Review documents disappeared from the committee’s computer system, this suggested once again that the CIA had removed documents already provided to the committee, in violation of CIA agreements and White House assurances that the CIA would cease such activities…

I have grave concerns that the CIA’s search may well have violated the separation of powers principles embodied in the United States Constitution, including the Speech and Debate clause. It may have undermined the constitutional framework essential to effective congressional oversight of intelligence activities or any other government function.

If, in fact, The White House ordered the CIA to interfere with a Senate investigation in this manner – literally to spy on Congress, then we’ve got a whole new ballgame.

The above article was procured at downtrend_3_a1   and originally written by Joseph R. Carducci.



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Some very simple introspective critical analysis may be precisely what the doctor has ordered, Sir.

“Some very simple introspective critical analysis may be precisely what the doctor has ordered, Sir.”

One would think that during the normal course of events when ridicule of one’s decisions or unpleasantness with one’s professional performance is brought to the forefront of national and/or international scrutiny, which in the following case(s) definitely involves the press as well as electronic media.

Therefore, it ostensibly demands that the person(s) whom such scrutiny would first look into themselves for any congruities or those symptoms causing such ridicule would be identified, sorted out, with the person looking into both – one’s self perception, as well as what it is that is being alleged about the individual where one would have the mental maturity to ask themselves, “Could this perception be right or even possible?”

holder in contemptLately we have had the most unsophisticated as well as nonprofessional individuals whining and gripping about the way in which they are confronted or speaking directly, “What Attorney General has ever received that kind of treatment…? Although this sentence was taken from The Daily Rushbo that was featuring Mark Levine’s reaction to the AG’s message entitled, Levin Goes NUCLEAR On Holder: Stop Whining Big Baby! Start Doing Your Job! You’re Pathetic!

The point that I am trying to make is that none, nil, nada, zilch, or zero of these quasi-professionals are asking the most fundamental and rudimentary question before spewing such nonsense, from the president to the attorney general to several members of congress and that is, “Well how true are these assertions being made?”

Critical thinking is the intellectually disciplined process of actively and skillfully Critical_Thinking_SEAL100conceptualizing, applying, analyzing, synthesizing, and/or evaluating information gathered from, or generated by, observation, experience, reflection, reasoning, or communication, as a guide to belief and action. In its exemplary form, it is based on universal intellectual values that transcend subject matter divisions: clarity, accuracy, precision, consistency, relevance, sound evidence, good reasons, depth, breadth, and fairness.

It entails the examination of those structures or elements of thought implicit in all reasoning: purpose, problem, or question-at-issue; assumptions; concepts; empirical grounding; reasoning leading to conclusions; implications and consequences; objections from alternative viewpoints; and frame of reference.

Critical thinking — in being responsive to variable subject matter, issues, and purposes — is incorporated in a family of interwoven modes of thinking, among them: scientific thinking, mathematical thinking, historical thinking, anthropological thinking, economic thinking, moral thinking, and philosophical thinking.

And finally, in a seminal study on critical thinking and education in 1941, Edward Glaser defines critical thinking as follows “The ability to think critically, as conceived in this volume, involves three things: ( 1 ) an attitude of being disposed to consider in a thoughtful way the problems and subjects that come within the range of one’s experiences, (2) knowledge of the methods of logical inquiry and reasoning, and (3) some skill in applying those methods. Critical thinking calls for a persistent effort to examine any belief or supposed form of knowledge in the light of the evidence that supports it and the further conclusions to which it tends.

This is one single area where America in our minds has regressed. Normally if someone says something about the way in which I perform my first reaction is always directed inwards towards me.

Those who are a part of the Millennial generation are engaged in learning their behavior’s and otherwise from this lackluster bunch of losers who are immensely adept at skirting the truth, postponing a complete answer, changing laws with hand washing, and who have no intention of ever being incorrect about anything they have ever been a part of.

As for us at The Contemplative Thinker this is what we feel is wrong with America or the American Way.


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What is America doing wrong? Sharpton, Obama, Pelosi, and Holder for starters

We the peopleWhat is America doing wrong? Sharpton, Obama, Pelosi, and Holder for starters

Have you ever found it amazing when “talking heads,” or news commentators, even pundits go into massive gun-control tirades and the like when unfortunate children, or kids, are in the wrong place at the wrong time? As for our little staff and me here at The Contemplative Thinker feel we know a great deal about what is going on in America.

Anytime there appears on television a whining Attorney General Eric Holder gripping about what or even how he is spoken to then that is a problem. It seems as though the United States has run its course on the Ike’s, John Kennedy’s, even Richard Nixon’s of the world. Ah c’mon, you remember those people who may have done something incorrectly (Bay of Pigs incident, Watergate, hell even Ike’s “Operation Wetback” program). However when the heat came down on all of these people – all three presidents mind you – they did not lie, misspeak, pad or forge numbers, or even say that the IRS had not even committed a “smidgen” of wrong doing.

Nope! Nothing at all like what happens today. Today’s government (in their own minds) is immune to criticism, cannot possibly do anything wrong such as drawing red lines in the sand and subsequently moving the line until someone comes in and bails out the clichéd threat like Russia’s Putin.

One of the easiest ways to spot what is going wrong in America is simply look at what the alleged leadership has done, examine your rights to various factions and just whatever else is going on. Allow me to provide a few examples:

Has a President ever been able to FIX a law, then after the fact of the law’s enactment that same President is allowed to in access of 35 times change some rudimentary aspect of an enacted law? Hint; think about addendums, referendums, and even amendments.

Since when has any individual – the POTUS in this case – ever imagined the right to grant amnesty to approximately 25 million or so people who “lovingly” entered the Nation illegally. Stay with me through this paragraph. Now this same principle-in-chief is going to extend the amount on the Delayed Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) time for certification. This clown-in-chief who is masquerading around as the head honcho cares more about ObamaCare than our men and women in Afghanistan.

This of course brings me to this question. Since the Obama regime gained power in 2008-09 which one of these ridiculous debacles has cost the U.S.A. more in green backs as well as lives? Now just for the sake of an even keel now, why not bring up the massive amount of time that has been wasted in regards to Fast & Furious, the Benghazi load of excrement, and what do they have planned for sanctions against the IRS?

We contend that as long as no single person in authority or any group thereof will ever inform the president, U.S. Attorney General, as well as chastising one Al Sharpton because he lies more. Don’t want to be accused of racism here folks – even though this article doesn’t contain one word that resembles race, who knows isn’t that notion being circulated these days?


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This Decision is a Disaster


A New Mexico law forbids businesses open to the public from discriminating against gay people. Elaine Huguenin, a photographer, says she has no problem with that — so long as it does not force her to say something she does not believe. In to hear her challenge to the law, Ms. Huguenin said that she would “gladly serve gays and lesbians — by, for example, providing them with portrait photography,” but that she did not want to tell the stories of same-sex weddings. To make her celebrate something her religion tells her is wrong, she said, would hijack her right to free speech. So she turned down a request from a...more »

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Case weighing religious freedom against rights of others is headed to Supreme Court

Arizona recently showed the rest of the nation how difficult it can be to balance the religious rights of some with the guarantees all have to be treated equally and

The Washington Post

Supreme Court declines case of photographer snubbing gay ceremony               

Two weeks after hearing argument in a case examining whether corporations may be exempted from providing religiously objectionable contraceptives in their employee

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New Mexico Supreme Court: Wedding Photographer May Not Decline Business from Same-Sex Couple’s Commitment Ceremony (The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies)

On August 22, the New Mexico Supreme Court handed down a noteworthy opinion in a case involving the First Amendment rights of business owners. In Elane Photography v.


Supreme Court won’t review New Mexico gay commitment ceremony photo case

The Supreme Court Monday declined to consider whether a New Mexico photographer had a free-speech right to refuse service to a same-sex couple who wanted her to record


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Maryland: Anti-Cooperation Bills

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On Wednesday, March 25, the Maryland Senate Judiciary Proceedings Committee voted 6-5 to kill Senate Bill (“S.B.”) 554, which would have prohibited state and local law enforcement officials from honoring U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainer requests for any alien in all but an extremely limited number of circumstances. (Frederick News-Post, Mar. 27, 2014)

An ICE detainer is a request to state or local law enforcement agencies to maintain custody of a particular alien for no more than 48 hours so that a federal immigration officer may transfer custody of the alien to ICE for the purpose of removal from the United States. Under S.B. 554, state and local law enforcement officers would have had no choice but to ignore an ICE detainer and release a criminal alien back onto the street in spite of his or her immigration status and the crimes he or she committed. (S.B. 554)

Senator David Brinkley, a Republican who represents Carroll and Frederick Counties, opposed S.B. 554 and said he would have voted against it if it had come before the full Senate for a vote. (Frederick News-Post, Mar. 27, 2014) He argued that debate over the issue was inappropriate at the state and local level. (Id.) “The fact is people in this country shouldn’t have the option to ignore laws,” said Senator Brinkley. (Id.) “If the law is a bad law, then work on changing it, and don’t criticize law enforcement for enforcing it.” (Id.) Nonetheless, Senator Victor Ramirez, sponsor of S.B. 554, has proclaimed that he plans to reintroduce the bill in the next legislative session. (Id.)

House Bill “H.B.” 29, an identical bill introduced in the Maryland House of Delegates, was withdrawn without a vote by the sponsor, Delegate Ana Sol Gutierrez, three days after the Senate bill was defeated.

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It is just another…$6 Billion Dollars..!

images (2)  It is just another…$6 Billion Dollars..!

The State Department misplaced and lost some $6 billion due to the improper filing of contracts during the past six years, mainly during the tenure of former Secretary of State Hilary  Clinton, according to a newly released Inspector General report.

And this is what we call lying, stealing, misappropriation, or how about accountability, trustworthy, honor, and ownership. Hillary Clinton comes from a long line of “making it rich”    according to politics.

The $6 billion in unaccounted funds poses a “significant financial risk and demonstrates a lack of internal control over the Department’s contract actions,” according to the report.

Gee, can anyone else in this audience think of demonstrating a lack of internal control that has happened directly on the shoulders of Hillary Clinton. Just for the record this is the same Hillary Clinton that saw money misappropriated from her Whitewater claims, her husband William Clinton’s rise to financial prowess during his presidency, during which there was an unseemingly amount of failures concerning the intelligence industries and China.

Lest we forget now friends, those unfortunate and avoidable loss of life in Benghazi Libya under the banner of a protest of who knows what?Hillary clinton

The alert, originally sent on March 20 and just released this week, warns that the missing contracting funds “could expose the department to substantial financial losses.”

The report centered on State Department contracts worth “more than $6 billion in which contract files were incomplete or could not be located at all,” according to the alert.

Reading and writing much more of this Report from the State Department’s Officer of the Inspector General will only serve a couple of complete services. One, soon the writers of this article will say “Enough of this Incompetence” while the other service this should have to any reader should be to petition or let one’s feelings be known about the media coverage of “What does it matter now” Hillary Clinton. (Please continue to read further.)



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Friday’s Saucepan of the News

Major Setback For Amnesty Push

Puzzled Confused Lost Signpost Showing Puzzling ProblemThe chairman of the House Armed Services Committee says a proposal to allow illegal aliens to receive permanent legal residency by enlisting in the military will not be in the underlying text of a must-pass defense bill, dealing a serious blow to a push to enact the immigration measure.

“I do not intend to include the ‘ENLIST’ Act in the proposed National Defense Authorization Act that I will submit to the Armed Services Committee next month. I have reached this conclusion without regard to my views on the underlying policy, but because I do not believe that the Chairman’s mark should be the original venue for this debate,” Rep. Buck McKeon, the chairman of HASC, said in a statement.

“Over the past several days I have heard from Members on and off the committee on both sides of this issue. They have made sound arguments and raised valid concerns, and my colleagues and friends Congressmen Denham and Coffman deserve a great deal of credit for responsibly raising the matter. This is an important issue that I know will continue to be debated going forward,” he added.

Muslims let Their Values be Heard…Again on the eve of a Religious Celebration

What is it with these people? Why has it become so predictable that when America or Americans begin to observe a religious celebration that one can just about set their calendars by the behavior of other religious sects?

Why is it that on or around Christmas time, one knows that there will be a brouhaha initiated by Atheists especially for religious icons, maternity scenes and we know that Muslims are going to gripe about any Public Service organization trying to utilize the time of “giving” in a way that has a person reach into their pockets for change.

Goodness sakes already! In a culture that aspires men to be observant and mannerly about their hats – not to be worn when eating, as in all formalities, not to be worn while sitting down, and be proper about it as with anySikh's protesting other piece of clothing. So why, I ask anyone, try and ask politely that a Sikh take their turban off whist sitting and eating and you have become a discriminator?

For what it is worth, if a person migrates to the USA for any reason, then it is incumbent upon them to uphold the laws of the U.S. Having stated that now we bring you the latest from the Muslim community.

Muslim moms and dads in Dearborn, Mich. are upset after students received flyers promoting an Easter Egg hunt at a local Presbyterian church. The parents say the egg hunt violates the U.S. Constitution.

The Muslims told the Detroit Free-Press that they were concerned about the religious implications of Cherry Hill Presbyterian Church’s “Eggstravaganza!” They were also troubled by images of a bunny rabbit.

“It really bothered my two kids,” parent Majed Moughni, told the newspaper. “My son was like, ‘Dad, I really don’t feel comfortable getting these flyers, telling me to go to church. I thought churches are not supposed to mix with schools.’ ”

Always remember this one kid, “Life is like a box of chocolates…” (Forrest Gump)



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We Want to know the IRS, that is all we ask…

We Want to know the IRS, that is all we ask…

Surely not me imagesWe Want to know the IRS, that is all we ask…

Based on our own empirical study (a non-scientific survey based on observation) we found that it is responsible for two actions to finally become known given this decision. Furthermore, we are pretty certain that a pound of flesh would not be enough for this action.

Last month when former head of tax exempt groups at the IRS Lois Lerner plead the Fifth for a second time and refused to answer questions about inappropriate targeting of conservative groups under her watch, Chairman of the House Oversight Committee Darrell Issa threatened to hold her in contempt.

Now, sources tell National Review’s Eliana Johnson that a contempt vote could come from the Committee as early as next week.

A committee aide tells National Review Online the panel will “make an announcement on the contempt process for Lois Lerner sometime today,” and a GOP congressman confirms that committee chairman Darrell Issa has indicated the vote will take place “next week.”

When the vote takes place, Lerner will more than likely face contempt charges. Keep in mind two votes will take place, one for criminal contempt, and one for civil contempt. The civil contempt charge will be easier for the Committee to enforce. The Department of Justice is responsible for pursuing criminal contempt charges and we already know how that will go. A report produced by the Congressional Research Service breaks down the obstacles and the contempt process.

A number of obstacles face Congress in any attempt to enforce a subpoena issued against an executive branch official. Although the courts have reaffirmed Congress’s constitutional authority to issue and enforce subpoenas,Screen-Shot-2014-03-05-at-10.05.51-AM-562x335 efforts to punish an executive branch official for non-compliance with a subpoena through criminal contempt will likely prove unavailing in many, if not most, circumstances. And it is here friends that I believe the Founder’s would be spitting venom and fire!

Where the official refuses to disclose information pursuant to the President’s decision that such information is protected under executive privilege, past practice suggests that the Department of Justice (DOJ) will not pursue a prosecution for criminal contempt. In addition, although it appears that Congress may be able to enforce its own subpoenas through a declaratory civil action, relying on this mechanism to enforce a subpoena directed at an executive official may prove an inadequate means of protecting congressional prerogatives due to the time required to achieve a final, enforceable ruling in the case.

Although subject to practical limitations, Congress retains the ability to exercise its own constitutionally based authorities to enforce a subpoena through inherent contempt. That we find all well and good; however, we do not believe that the Founder’s intended either the executive branch or the Justice department to have such power.



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