I'm still trying to claw my way out of the grip of this plague. I have no voice today, which is not particularly fun. But I'm still hoping this antibiotic is kicking some germ ass and I'll start to feel better soon. *hopes*

But, on a cheerier note, it is Friday, and that's always fun. Plus, there are some cool things happening in the world, like, oh, you know, the Egyptian people successfully conducting a (mostly) peaceful revolution by harnessing the power of Twitter! Ah-may-zing.

Another cool, though far less world-changing, good thing today: [livejournal.com profile] _lisalisa_, [livejournal.com profile] coolwhipdiva, and I have VIP tickets, WITH MEET & GREETS, to the San Diego Glee Live! show!!!! *twirls* J was workin' the ticket mojo yesterday and she scored for us! I'm still deciding about whether I'm going to the Las Vegas or L.A. shows, but I'm super excited about the San Diego show with mah girls!!! <333

Also, in case you've been under a rock and somehow missed all the hype: Lady Gaga's new single dropped today. Now y'all know that I love me some Gaga, but you can't deny that "Born This Way" sounds a hell of a lot like Madonna's "Express Yourself" with a side helping of "Vogue". I don't hate it -- and it'll probably grow on me the more I listen to it. And I'm sure it'll play really well to a live audience. But I'd be lying if I didn't say I was underwhelmed. I mean, if you're gonna self-promote your single as the best anthem ever, then you better produce something phenomenal. And this is ok, I just don't think it's phenomenal. *shrugs*

Also, relevant to nothing at all, I want cupcakes. I haven't actually consumed anything but soup, orange juice and Nyquil for most of the week. But I have a wicked craving for cupcakes right now. Someone bring me cupcakes, 'k? *beams*

not so much

Feb. 9th, 2011 09:20 am
I hate to celebrate another's misery, but I gotta say I was pretty damn happy when I got the call this morning that the attorney I was going to interview with came down with bronchitis and had to reschedule our interview. I have been experiencing a resurgence of the plague since Monday and was feeling particularly "not so much" this morning. (Which is what Rhyan says when she's not feeling good -- that she feels "not so much." I totally understand what she means.) So, anyway, I'm really ok with not having to power through my own misery in order to wow someone with my brilliance. Hopefully next week we'll all be feeling better and I can be brilliant and charming without being plague-ridden and miserable.

So, now that I can be miserable in my PJs from the warm comfort of my bed, I'm feeling better about this day. *g*

Let's talk about things that ARE so much, shall we?

Like the Glee Live! concert tour announcing U.S. dates! This is so much awesome!!! Sadly there's no Phoenix date this year, but damn right I'll be heading to L.A. and San Diego for those shows. I may even talk myself into the Vegas show. This show was like a huge helping of PURE JOY last year and I can't wait to see what they bring this year!

Speaking of Glee, I absolutely LOVED last night's Valentine's day episode! ) Way to knock it outa the park twice this week, Show! <333

Who watched Chicago Code the other night? Admittedly it wasn't take much for me to be on board with a show that brings Jason Clarke back to my t.v. screen, but I liked it. Definitely a keeper on the DVR schedule.

Ok, now that I'm not having to be brilliant this morning, I'm going to go drug myself up with some cough medicine. Later, I think I'll finish my taxes -- nothing like crunching numbers when in a narcotic haze!
Let me tell you a tragic tale about brownies. You'd think that any tale involving brownies, or, really, chocolate in any form, couldn't possibly be all that sad, right? Well, you'd be wrong.

After four days of feeling like reconstituted crap and having the energy to manage nothing more strenuous than a nap, I decided that I was sick and tired of feeling sick and tired. My solution? Baking brownies! Naturally. I'm obviously of the opinion that chocolate can cure whatever ails you.

I should probably not have tried to bake while under the influence of Nyquil, though, because when I bit into the delicious, chocolaty goodness of my brownies...they crunched. My brownies were not supposed to crunch. As soon as I bit into, um, crunchiness, I remembered that a few weeks ago I broke a glass dish in the same cabinet that houses my brownie pan. I thought I had picked up all the glass. I was wrong. There must have been small shards of glass in the brownie pan that I didn't see before pouring in the mixture.

For the record, a chocolate coating does not improve the taste of glass. :/

I have no way of knowing if there was more glass in the pan, but I didn't want to chance it, so I dumped the whole thing. So now I'm sick and tired and brownie-less. I think I'm going back to bed now. :(

happy shots

Feb. 2nd, 2011 04:25 pm
I am currently living in a House of Plague. Everyone in this house is various degrees of sick and miserable. Except, of course, for the rambunctious 2 year old. Gods help us. :/

Between the plague and the cold meds, I can't seem to make words, so instead I'm going to post pictures. Pictures of happy!

Allison Iraheta poses for NOH8. )

Adam Holding Baby Riff = CUTENESS OVERLOAD!!! )

Adam being all *happyface* with his new boyfriend makes me all *happyface*! )

Darren on Ellen!!! *gleeface* )

ETA:New pictures of Darren!!! So. Much. Happy-making!!! )
The absence of a routine has been a hard adjustment; so in an effort to start the weeks off right, I've been doing happy lists on Mondays.

Today has been a truly sucktastic Monday. High stress has resulted in low immunity, hence feeling only slightly more whole than road kill today. So did not need this right now. Wallowing in my own misery and phlegm, I really did not feel like thinking of positive things to put on a happy list today. But I guess that's the whole point, right? Focusing on the good despite feeling not good.

So, yeah, a happy list:

- Yesterday I got a surprise visit from an old friend, Sara, who I've known for over 20 years but whom I rarely see since she lives in Nashville now. It was so great though to go to brunch and spend hours talking and catching up and it truly feeling as if we were just resuming a conversation we started last week, even if it's been more than a year since I saw her last.

- Speaking of my amazing friends, I had a lovely phone chat with [livejournal.com profile] editorzon last night that made me again realize how blessed I am to have such fabulous women in my life. Y'all know who you are! *loves*

- Adam had a birthday on Saturday and there was a photo booth at the party, which meant hundreds of awesome pictures like this to sift through and enjoy: )

- Also, Nyquil and orange juice. Thank all the gods for Nyquil and orange juice.
So, today kinda sucked. Even more so than your average Monday suckage.

First, just about everyone in this house is sick, including me. Rhyan has strep throat. Rianna is in the hospital for the second night in a row with a chest/head cold type thing that sent her asthma into overdrive. They still can't get her breathing right, so she's in for another night. Whatever germy crud initially got to the girls has now attached itself to me too. So much DNW.

Second, I got word that a job I interviewed for a few weeks back, one I was genuinely excited about and for which I thought the interview had gone really well, is not going to be mine. And, that news just really drove home how much this whole unemployed/job search thing really just blows. I'm so sick and tired of not working; I feel as if my mind is literally turning mushier every day; financially things are getting trickier to juggle. The whole thing just sucks big hairy monkey balls.

But, despite the general suckage of this day, there were some really awesome things that, in the end, totally redeemed the last 24 hours for me.

First, Adam announced a second L.A. show!!! He'll be playing the Music Box at the Henry Fonda Theater on Wednesday, December 15th. This is awesome for several reasons. The obvious one: MOAR ADAM!!! But an Adam show on this date at this venue is also a pretty cool full circle moment, as he performed there exactly 6 years ago, on December 15, 2004, in the Zodiac show where he sang an amazing version of A Change is Gonna Come. (YouTube vid of that performance for the uninitiated.) Mostly, though, this is awesome because it means a second show glamming and rocking out with my girls!!! *clings*

Second bit of awesomeness: Jerrod Niemann is doing a show in Mesa next month!!! It's been way too damn long since I've seen that boy do his thing. Jerrod's shows are always damn good times! *g* And I'm definitely needing some damn good times right about now! Any AZ peeps up for some country music, a hot dude with a guitar, lots of tequila shots, damn good times or any/all of the above, mark November 21st on your calendar and let me know!

Third awesome thing: Cheeks posted what is probably my favorite It Gets Better video! )

The most awesome thing about today, though, was a serendipitously timely and completely lovely telephone chat with [livejournal.com profile] editorzon! Man, a little perspective, some good advice, an understanding ear and the space to not have to hold it together from a good friend is just the thing to make yummy lemondaide from an otherwise lemon of a day! Thank you, baby! *mwah*

So, yeah, I'm still feeling like roadkill and I still don't have a job, but there were definitely some sparkly silver linings in this day!
So this morning I woke up to the nice little surprise of having no voice whatsoever! Ack! I do not approve! I need to be able to talk!!! Yesterday I had a horrible sore throat, but I chalked it up to allergies, even though the sore throat seemed to laugh at the multiple Benadryls I threw at it. And then this morning, POOF, no voice! Plus, the added fun of a hacking cough! Good times! Or, you know, NOT! So, since I couldn't talk, and, really, TALK is what I do a lot of at work, I decided to work from home. Silently. And grumpily. Because I want my voice back!!!

I refuse to let this ruin my weekend in L.A.! *stubborn*

ION, This isn't funny, Jeremy! You better get be ok, dammit! And, Jason, please to be taking better care of your boy!.

sick day

May. 17th, 2010 09:02 am
Yesterday the Stomach Virus From Hell managed to take down everyone in my household with the exception of Rianna. Not fun. I'm still feeling only marginally above miserable, so I'm staying home today. At some point my body has got to run out of contents to violently expel, right? Oh, please, let that be so.

Anyway, before coming down with the plague, my mom, Rianna, and I went to the Glee Live show. Oh. My. Heart. That was FANTASTIC!!! I have a whole bunch of pictures and more to say about this, but that'll have to wait until my stomach has ceased and desisted with its current rebellion.

On the bright side, with a Monday like this, the week can only get better. :|
Blerg. That is my assessment on the past four days. I basically spent the weekend in bed feeling miserable. On Sunday I dragged myself out of bed for Rhyan's birthday party and then I promptly went home and fell into heavily medicated unconsciousness again. I called in sick to work yesterday. And even though I wasn't feeling much better today, there was no way I could miss work again. I'm at the office; I have a million things to do; and I feel like undiluted crap -- cough, congestion, fever, headache, the works. So, yes, BLERG.

I'm sorry I don't have anything more interesting to talk about today other than my pathetically ill state of being. Oh, I do have recs! I haven't been doing much other than sleeping and reading, so I have lots of recs to share. I'll try to get to those later tonight. Assuming I don't fall into medicated unconsciousness as soon as I get home. *cough sneeze whiiiiiine*

sick day

Jan. 19th, 2010 10:58 pm
I've pretty much been feeling like crap all week. Yesterday I skipped out of the office a few hours early to come home and faceplant on my bed, where I didn't move until about two this afternoon. My throat still feels as if someone took a grater to it and I'm sporting one hell of an annoying cough, but at least the fever and raging headache are both gone. Which is good, because I seriously don't have time for this shit.

All of the crazy weather that hit L.A. earlier is now making a muddy mess of my backyard. So, on a sick and dreary day, how do I decide to entertain myself? I decide it's a good time to finally watch Milk. Dear gods, I did not have the emotional fortitude for that today! Don't get me wrong, I thought the movie was fantastic. I, however, was a complete wreck. The high fever might have had something to do with that though. *g*

In less dreary news, did y'all see Adam Lambert on Oprah today? Seriously, that boy is gorgeous. And he charmed the pants off of Oprah. Well, not literally. *shudder* But she was obviously delighted by him. As well all are, dear Oprah, as we all are.

Vids of Adam's Oprah performances. Mainly for MY entertainment. *g* )

Ok, moving on now.

So, all my L.A. chicas, Cassidy Haley is playing at the Viper Room on Friday. I'm kinda counting on y'all to go and TELL ME ALL ABOUT IT!!! And someone tell me again why I don't live in L.A. yet??? Oh, yeah, that pesky bar exam thing. Blah. Professional licensing requirements. So annoying!

But I digress. Cassidy Haley. This Friday, January 22nd, in the downstairs lounge of The Viper Room, at 8 p.m.; tickets are $7 at the door. L.A. represent!

Since we're on the topic of live music, what the every loving fuck is with Muse and their apparent determined refusal to announce an L.A. show??? They announced a few more dates today, NONE of which included L.A. or anywhere in SoCal! They're headlining Coachella, which is all well and good, but there are few things I'd like to do LESS than sweat my way through a music festival in the middle of the damn desert! They did announce a Vegas show on April 10th, that is currently under serious consideration. I'd still like to go to New Orleans later that month to see Cassidy, so I'll have to see if I can make both work. But, really, Muse, why the scorn for L.A.??? *baffled*

And since I'm going to blame the after effects of the fever for the incoherency of this post anyway, let's clear out some of my tabs and do some fic recs, shall we? *g*

  • Hush (Adam/Tommy; NC-17) by [livejournal.com profile] cjmarlowe. CJ wrote this for ME!!! As part of the amazing fandom fundraising efforts for Haiti this week. And, dear heavens, this is just HOT. It's a gagging fic, which isn't always my thing, because I'm all about the filthy talk, but, yeah, um, she really makes it work. Hot. I mentioned that, right?

  • Only Take What You Can Carry (Adam/Kris, NC-17) by [livejournal.com profile] seperis. Man, this fic takes you on a ride. And, really, that's the only way to describe it. It was a long, winding, fantastic trip. Sometimes I thought I knew where we were going; sometimes I was a little lost and disoriented; but I was ALWAYS completely entranced by the trip.

  • Hot Mess (Adam/Tommy, NC-17) by [livejournal.com profile] janescott. Tommy in a silk teddy. Do you really need to know more? Yeah, I didn't think so. *g*

  • Brand New Shoes (Adam/Kris, R) by [livejournal.com profile] jerakeen. I've been doing some catching up on some of Jerakeen's fics that I somehow missed, so y'all might have already read this. But it was new to me, and I loved it!

  • That Old Black Magic (Adam/Kris, PG-13) by [livejournal.com profile] jerakeen. Another new to me fic. This is just fantastic, though. She spins out a long and thoroughly satisfying story that is just magic.

  • La Mer (Adam/Kris, NC-17) written by [livejournal.com profile] jerakeen for [livejournal.com profile] reel_idol. Um, mermaids??? Yeah, I didn't think so either. But, it was Jerakeen, and as you can tell from this list alone, I tend to love just about everything she writes, so I gave it a shot. And I'm glad that I did because it was DELIGHTFUL!

So, yeah, sleep, read fic, and watch movies that made me cry. That about sums up my week so far. How's you're week going? *g*


May. 1st, 2009 11:15 am
Swine flu Unidentified Craptasticness: I still has it. My head feels as if its been stuffed with cotton. Yuck.

Supernatural: \o/

New Job: I start on Monday! WooHoo!!!

Dreamwidth: I'm jessipsaloquitur. But it's just a backup. I have no plans to either leave LJ or to cross-post.

X-Men Origins: Wolverine: I'll be seeing it later today. Yay!

Economic Stimulus: I have some serious shopping plans for this afternoon. New job means an excuse for new work clothes!!! *polishes credit cards*

Baseball: Dear Bullpen: Please to be getting your shit together. No love, Me. Max Scherzer, however, was awesome.

May 1: Blessed Beltane, to those who mark the day. May your dreams and desires find fertile ground this summer!


Apr. 30th, 2009 05:39 pm
I have no idea whether it's a head cold, a sinus infection, or just an all-out allergy attack. I'm pretty sure it's not swine flu or any similar type of plague-like ailment. But whatever it is, I've felt like crap all day. Plus, I seem to have thrown out my left shoulder. It hurts like a sonofabitch. Ow. *sneeze* *sniffle* Blerg.


Dec. 27th, 2008 11:01 pm
The past few days have been completely lazy and wonderful. Except for the getting sick part. This head cold has definitely been less than wonderful. *cough sneeze sniffle* But the days of sloth I definitely approve of!

My accomplishments for the past two days have included movie watching (Kung Fu Panda, adorable and hilarious, Brokeback Mountain, which breaks my heart into little bitty pieces every time, and Christian Kane's Love Song, ridiculously cheesy), re-reading "Watchmen" (still incredible), baking yummy cookies (chocolate peanut butter chip...mmmm), and reading wonderful yuletide stories (there shall be recs later). Go me!!! \o/

In other news, I am completely heartbroken that we won't be seeing Randy Johnson in a Diamondbacks uniform next season, when he's sure to win his 300th game. Seriously, I can't believe the D'backs front office didn't make this happen. Randy really wanted to stay and was doing everything he could to meet the team half way, but they just didn't make it work. Which is just tragic. But I take small comfort in the fact that he'll be with the Giants instead of in Dodger blue.

Have I mentioned the cold? Blerg. I feel very much not good. :(
Why do we say we're under the weather when we're sick? Anyone know the origins of that idiom? Edumacate me!

Anyway. Yes. Still unwell. I had to drag my miserable self to court this morning, but I've spent the rest of the day laying about feeling like crap. I do, however, have plenty of orange juice, some yummy chicken noodle soup my mom made me yesterday, lots of Kleenex, and some cold medicine -- so I'm prepared to fight this thing until the death! Or, hopefully, something short of that.

Yesterday's plan for staying in bed until I felt better was interrupted by the acquisition of some last minute tickets to the baseball game. Despite feeling like road kill, I simply could not let baseball tickets go to waste! Especially not really great tickets, three rows from the field, right next to the D'backs dugout! So I went. I coughed. I sneezed. I cheered my sick little heart out. And still my D'backs lost. I just. I can't even talk about them right now.

I can say though that I really want this!!! CHRIS!!! Sadly, it's priced higher than anything I can get close to justifying. But, still, how cool would that be??? *grabby hands*

Let's see, what else? Oh, yes. I got caught up on True Blood yesterday. It's so BAD. It's a mildly entertaining flavor of bad, but still. I'll still watch it, at least until Alexander Skarsgård's character makes an appearance. I have no shame!

Also, my calendar tells me that the Winchester boys are back this week!!! (Why, yes, I do in fact calendar the season premiers of my favorite t.v. shows! These are IMPORTANT dates!)

That's all. I'm sick. I need tea. And my bed. *cough* *sniffle* *sneeze* Blerg.


Sep. 13th, 2008 08:17 pm
Ugh. I seem to have come down with some form of the plague and I've spent the past 24 hours feeling like so much crap.

On top of that, the local sports television network decided to air college football, the freakin' UofA Wildcats at that, instead of the Diamondbacks game. What the hell? This is September baseball, for the love of god. With the division still to be decided. I am unamused. *scowls*

So, in an effort to make myself feel better, I ordered in some yummy wonton soup, made some cinnamon tea, and settled in to watch For Love of the Game. And then I proceeded to cry like a little baby. This movie! It just kills me every time! *sniff*

I think that this crud is going to require more than tea and a good cry, though. I'm off to find some heavy duty cold meds and try to beat this thing into submission.
I'm still down with the plague, but I'm hoping that another few days of rest, hot tea, and orange juice will fix me up.

Last night I dragged myself out for the Diamondbacks game, because not even the plague could keep me away. Sadly, the D-backs were playing just as wretchedly I was feeling. It was just not Micah's night, and it seemed that everyone else was playing just slightly off kilter. It was a gorgeous night for a baseball game, though. And it's always a good time to hang out and catch up with Allie. And, bonus, the fireworks after the game were pretty cool. So, despite the hacking cough and the disappointing loss, it was all good.

Today I got to watch the game from the comfort of my couch as I'm not moving from this spot until I'm feeling human again. The Diamondbacks were back on top of their game, with a 10-4 win over the Mets. This brings Brandon's wins to 7 out of 7 starts this season. Wow. And Augie Ojeda was on FIRE, man, with 6 RBIs. Great game.

Also, if you're wondering about the title, let me just say that Eric Byrnes has the best theme song ever! *laughs*

In non-baseball ramblings, I need to get better NOW because there's a lot going on in May. I'm taking my mom and nieces to high tea at the Phoenician on Friday for an early Mother's Day celebration. Rianna is supper excited to get all dressed up and have a "grown up" tea party! And then next Saturday we're having one of my family's Carne Asada and Margaritas parties. Y'all are more than welcome to join the festivities! There's also more baseball later in the month. \o/ And on the 17th Allie and I are driving up to Payson to hear Jerrod Niemann play. There shall be much drunken debauchery!!! And, listen up L.A. chicas, I just saw that Steve is playing at Hotel Cafe on the 30th. A weekend show! I'm thinking I need to plan a trip that weekend. y/y???

Um. I think that's all I got. I am, however, going to blame the rambling, slightly incoherent nature of this post on the vast amounts of cough medicine currently floating around in my system.

Hope everyone is having a great weekend! Come and tell me all about it!
It's supposed to be the lusty month of May, right? Yeah. Not so much with lusty, ribald, celebratory feeling 'round these parts. Whatever it is that came and took up residence in my lungs last Friday has completely kicked my ass and made me it's coughing, hacking, OMG-I-can't-breathe-and-would-really-like-to-just-DIE-now-please bitch. I managed about a half day's worth of work yesterday before I just couldn't and today I somehow dragged my ass out of bed and to court and then to the office for what amounted to almost a full day's worth of work. But then I came home and was just wiped. the. fuck. out. There was nappage and then I whipped up a yummy batch of spaghetti for dinner. And now I'm on the couch, waiting for Supernatural to start, and firmly planning on not doing anything else that requires any effort for at least the next 15 hours or so.

So, no May Poles for me. But despite the plague, there are still good things happening in my world.

First, there's the aforementioned NEW EPISODE OF SUPERNATURAL tonight!!! *bounces* I didn't bitch aloud (mostly because I was busy fending off DEATH), but I was less than enamored of last week's show. I mean. It was ok. But after waiting forever for a new episode, I was expecting a hell of a lot more than just MEH. So, tonight I'm fully expecting our show to kick ass! *nods*

Second, plague or no plague, tomorrow there shall be BASEBALL!!!!!!!! [livejournal.com profile] technosage and I have tickets to see the D-Backs take on the Mets and kick some ass of their own, as they do. OMGYAY!!! Baseball! And hotdogs! And beer! And ogling of the hotass Conor Jackson! And ALLIE!!!!!!! Good times, people. Damn good times.

Third, I've been mentally spending my tax refund and economic stimulus check all week, even though only one of them has actually graced my bank account. I'm thinking it's time I jump fully into the technological age and buy a Blackberry or some such device. Who's got one? What do you have? Do you love it? What do I need to know before buying one? Am I going to regret being forever tethered to my email or will this be the best thing ever? Advise me, oh wise ones.

I've also, possibly, got my eye on a charity auction for VIP tickets to see NIN at the Voodoo Experience in New Orleans this Fall. (OMG how awesome would that be???!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) And, perhaps, I'm considering splurging on floor level tickets to see George Michael. Maybe. (Anyone want to join me? *tempts*) Obviously, there shall be NO practical investment or debt reduction or some such nonsense.

Fourth,...um. Well I really don't have a fourth. But I do have Winchester boys in five minutes. So I'm outa here! Blessed Beltane, peoples! Or Happy May Day! Or just enjoy the impending Spring! Whatever floats your boat. I wish y'all lot of sex (or at least porn!) and ribald merry makin'! *mwah*
I'm still pretty much feeling like ass, but I'm bored with my own misery so instead of continued bitching and moaning, I bring you Monday's AWESOMENESS:

1| Equal Parts Hot Cinnamon Tea + Equal Parts Tequila + Lime Juice to Taste = BEST COLD REMEDY EVAR!!! This was my grandfather's cure all, and it's pretty much been my saving grace the past three days. I'm not sure whether it works miracles or, you know, just makes you pass out after a while, but either way it works for me!

2| Jason Taylor continues to be HOT LIKE THE FIRE OF A MILLION SUNS!!! )

3| Jared looks HOT in a tank top too! )

4| NIN in New Orleans in October headlining the Voodoo Music Experience!!! I am SO there!!!


Apr. 27th, 2008 01:12 pm
Still feeling pretty much like death warmed over. But at least I've been able to feel miserable while on my couch and doing nothing requiring more energy than operating the remote control. I've caught up on Battlestar Galactica (so. much. love.) and New Amsterdam (I'm bummed that it probably won't be back *sadface*), I've watched a few episodes of Brotherhood (the Caffee brothers own my soul!!!), I spent a good portion of yesterday watching the NFL draft, I've read more than I normally have the luxury to, and now I'm watching the Diamondbacks and Padres do their thing and hoping that Brandon Webb can keep his streak going. I may try to work up the energy to do something productive later on -- like laundry or paying bills -- but right now that seems entirely too daunting. Tea and baseball and lying about are all I can manage this afternoon.
No tequila and mariachi music for me this weekend. I woke up feeling like roadkill, so I decided to take it easy on me and stay home this weekend. My big plans for the weekend now include Chinese delivery for dinner, catching up on Battlestar Galactica, mainlining the second season of Brotherhood, drinking lots of tea, and SLEEPING. OMG, I feel as if I can sleep for DAYS!



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