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I love yuri

Yuri is the only sacred relationship in this world, as there are no 3D beings or disgusting 2D limpdick male characters. I love yuri for the fact that this situation only involves interaction between pure and holy hand-drawn females. There is no need for the existence of disgusting creatures with extra genitals poking out in this beautifully crafted world where girls sacredly hold hands, feeding each other parfaits, whispering softly into each other ear and giggling. Imagine two innocent girls on bed touching each other affectionately, thinking about those lewd little things they could do to each other, tongues interlocking, savoring their partner's saliva while legs slowly embrace each other. This is the utopia we all hoped for, but none of us really deserved. Every night I cry myself to sleep realizing that such wonderful world only exist because some men with the same ideology as me picking up brushes and making their dreams come true through anime, and none of it will ever be realized. I pray to Yuri god everyday, hoping that the moment I died, my conscious will eternally drift through every possible yuri scenarios, let my soul embed in the holy essence of yuri.
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>>189716 #
Growth? Ah nah nah nah. You can't have growth in eternal spaces. Dirty and earth ape pilled.
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>>189717 #
And what happens if they have good soil, if they have adequate water, if they grow tall and strong and are not broken?
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>>189719 #
They turn into stalks big enough to create new growth allowing those that want to try again an opportunity to come back. Without those to make it there couldnt be new growth. But not many make it that far before being cut down.
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>>189720 #
Interesting, but yes different. If I were to use a bamboo forest metaphor I'd say something like:
A bamboo stalk grows, from this there must be sunlight, and water, and soil. From this we know others must grow. The stalk is of medium height, it is strong, but not unusually so. From this we know the quality of the soil and the water and the sun, and the nature of many other stalks nearby. The soil is made of many elements, some promote and others discourage the bamboo stalk. The water flows in many rivers, some areas are too damp, others too dry. From this more stalks appear, some weak, some tall, some short. There are broken stalks, they fall to the ground. From this we see some are too weak to stand, some are too weak to hold against wind, some are eaten, some are crowded, some starved of food or water, or light. The forest takes shape, the stalks align with the soil, the soil with the water, the water with the sun, the animals with the dead stalks, and the dead stalks with the live.
A totality, a shape from one, impossible to separate. One defines all, all define one. All is as it should be because all is as it MUST be, no change is possible, because all change is caused by what exists. The removal of a single stalk shifts the entire world.
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>>189722 #
But see the strongest stalk can come from bad soil if it has enough sunlight and is moved to better soil. Just like a weak stalk can be given extra sunlight and rich soil but not make it. Outside influence on the stalk is jist as important as what it was born into.
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>>189722 #
Yes you are right that it is impossible to separate I think the innate desire for the stalk to grow is just as natural as the desire for the wandering animal to eat it. The difference between the two souls is what actions they take with their given options to make their own lives better or worse. Evolution plays a tricky role in this because with enough desire to protect themsleves some plants develop defenses for the animals that have been known to break them. Humans have done that on a grand scale, internally and externally all in an effort to protect oneself.
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>>189726 #
But that outside influence was caused by the stalk itself. A shoot is eaten because it is green, cut because it is strong, broken because it is weak. The bamboo causes it's own environment and life. A history emerges from a single point in time, and collectively a single point of time emerges from a history. Water in a cup made of itself, holding it's shape because of it's inherent nature.
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>>189730 #
But water wouldnt be water if atom didnt align himself into the molecule of H20. His nature is to align into all matter, why does he chose a drop over a grain of sand? Is it need to keep balance or desire to satisfy a need?
>>189732 #
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>>189731 #
He has no choice, it's his basic nature to form into water. If it wasn't, he wouldn't have.
It's placement, he cups himself. Place the first atom, the position of the second is decided by the first, and the third by the two previous. One drop of water outlines the sea, the sea the land, the land the sky, the sky, the drop of water.

It's the shape of existence, even a single atom having an inherent nature, placing itself, will decide for all others their placement.
>>189734 #
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>>189732 #
All to create the perfect environment for life here, only here on this planet in the ways we have seen. Even though water and sand exists elsewhere its only here that we find atom has become really creative.
>>189735 #
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>>189734 #
And likewise, it is only because we stand here, that the universe formed as it did around us. Both immovable, both the cause of the other and the effect.
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>>189735 #
Perhaps, I try to not place us so high on the manifest destiny platform because our forms have a tendency to allow our ego to run out of control in an effort to be the best, have the best, create the best.
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>>189737 #
We are no different that the dust we're made of, equally responsible for all of creation.
Ultimately property defines shape, and shape defines property.
So I suppose, looping around, I'm currently concerned with finding the shape of nothing.
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>>189739 #
That's the art of metaphor! I reach deep into myself, looking upwards to find my hand descending from the sky in order to direct it to me.
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>>189741 #
Your soul form not meat sac, who do you see when you look inside yourself? Use him.
>>189743 #
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Please understand that to learn anything at all is to receive a change. A soul that learns changes. One that doesn't is eternal but will inevitably be wrapped around by something else. This might end up being okay with a double Sun/Moon marriage methinks.
>>189746 #
Kinda like the Dagaz rune. Basically impossible to tell who's dominating whom and done properly would actually force a break from the present cosmos since each would trap the other's light from all time streams. It is absolute marital fidelity and loyalty. I have eyes only for you, you have eyes only for me.
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>>189743 #
Untrappable is the free spirit even from himself he will always escape.
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>>189738 #
And extending further, a metaphor is an expression of the self, and thus the universe. So finding the shape of a metaphor finds the shape of nothing. And there's one metaphor made entirely for doing exactly that! Language itself! The metaphor of metaphors, a whole splintered into parts to be recombined into separate wholes.

Studying each word, and each letter, reveals the shape of meaning. How interesting that there are so few yet they contain everything.
>>189749 #
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>>189747 #
And that study, that ancient cause, the desire to know the universe and myself.
THAT IS WHY I WATCH ANIME!
IT ALL COMES FULL CIRCLE!
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>>189752 #
And you will see something different in addition to the common picture show.
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>>189752 #
By looking into the metaphor of another, and comparing it to my own understanding, I find the difference, itself a third viewpoint. Synthesizing them together, I acquire clarity. The essence of communication, comparison of metaphors, and through that comparison of the soul.
Where do we overlap, where do we differ? What can be divined about our shape?
Comparing many stories against my own, I see myself more fully. And comparing my clearer self against others I see them in greater clarity. Back and forth, grinding an ever finer surface.

True, I could look at anything. But I could do anything as well, that I choose this over others itself informs me of the qualities of my being.

FORSOOTH! THE REBELLION MOVIE IS THE LYNCHPIN OF ALL OF CREATION!
THROUGH DECIPHERING IT'S MEANING ALL SHALL BE REVEALED!
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>>189736 #
EVERYONE SHUT UP AND HELP ME FIND A PORTAL TO HYPERBOREA
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>>189758 #
We're looking for the American analog of Cape Kamui, so not quite. It's where the Celestials crashed.
Btw
>Kamui or kamuy means god in Ainu.
>Ainu
Remember they've been memed as the "white" ones. Memery is what matters here. We're performing a noospheric a-temporal incision to punch a hole to our advantage or whatever.
>>189760 #
I doubt anons are going to be able to head out to japland for a while until the corona passes.
>>189760 #>>189762 #
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>>189760 #
>everything in reality
It won't have the arctic circles.
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>>189759 #
My inner weeb tells me I would happily go to nip even now with a pandemic going on to help anons out with their scouting, while Eiki-sama is telling me I just want to go there to buy a daki and go sightseeing.
And the portion of me that is still ''me'' is still happy with the idea of going to nip and probably getting the bat death.
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>>189762 #
You know what sure. I'll figure out where Reco Ja Pan is.
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>>189762 #
That is the power of influence.
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So I think now that I'm tinkering with my qc now that the way to setup the vms is to give each of them enough room to run their host os appropriately, in the case of windows 64GB should work and osx likewise, while setting up associated partitions for them to access with passthrough. I can encrypt these drives/partitions and set them to shared between the host and the vm so that way even if the vm is opened up, the partition itself stays encrypted.
>>189768 #
???
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>>189767 #
An intriguing concept, but too complex for my liking while not providing more than another thin layer of pseudo-security. I just go with the "one big encrypted partition" plan for the host, and leave all the vm images, shared folders/etc, in the plain. Are you aware you can give the images a lot more space than they actually need or use? Like right now I'm in a 100GB vm which takes up ~1.5GB of actual disk space.
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>>189770 #
As far as I'm concerned I can encrypt everything so why not?
>a lot more space than they actually
Sure, but Windows is a bit of a hog and osx is as well. I'm thinking that the security setup for this is I have a dmdetachable media fitdrive/msdcard, and set up layers of sec for usage, when I want to access something at layer two, I access the layer two partition with a password and use the keyfile to open the selected drives/partitions.
>>189772 #
My goal is to take it to the conclusion I want which is I can create a vm of my system that is completely benign, but hiding within it seven layers deep through encryption is my actual system and it's just layers of encrypted zip files, encrypted vms, with encrypted partitions, in a tarball I can throw into the botnet and no one will ever open it up. Detach a few of the headers and call it good. This is mainly in case I ever have to travel again, so that way I don't have to open anything up while traveling, just leave it up somewhere on google drive or dropbox while I move somewhere without worrying about anything getting stolen or inspected. I'll of course detach the headers and make it seem like I have a computer full of rubbish, but it let's me escape a lot of problems. Maybe scatter the vm over a bunch of images into the exif data and just trim the exif data out and cat it back into the vm.
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>>189771 #
The way I see it, encrypting a vm image is pointless, as you need to decrypt it in order to open it, and you're storing it on an encrypted partition anyway. And I've read that any partition sharing with vms is insecure, as they now have access to an actual real physical device and could do cheeky bullshit like just "pretend" to encrypt things.
Keep them all boxed up in files and they have no say in the matter, they're just another block of binary data in the vault.
>>189771 #
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And I still don't see the appeal of layered encryption. Encrypted host, and if you want you can zip all the vm images up in a tarball and encrypt them all individually for transport. Or stick them all on an encrypted usb drive, though beware the SLOW if you don't have a good one+usb3.
If I had the dream of 128GB of RAM I'd do it and just put everything in tmpfs.
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>>189774 #
I know all about the slow, the thing I want it to be capable of is passing it through botnet's and inspection systems benignly.
>128gb of ram
I've actually been thinking about the type of computer this would run on, and I think I'll see if it would be worth getting an octa core business laptop in 8~ years if I'm around or willing for it.
>>189777 #
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>>189776 #
No difference either way. You're gonna either have a big block of encrypted data, or an even bigger block of steganographically hidden data. And for the second one, better start making home movies if you want to be able to fit multiple GBs of stuff in there.
>>189778 #
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>>189777 #
Sure, but I believe it does make a difference, it makes a difference because then they have to inspect the file, what do they find? A backup of my computer, whats in my computer? I'll download a bunch of random porn and cat it in that way. That way the encryption is ignored.
>>189779 #
>If I've got the CIA rooting through my encrypted files breaking AES, I'm gonna get prosecuted for possession of 512 terabytes of childborn
>make up anything to suit their needs
Sure, but what if you're protecting data?
I can't find it, but I was rereading the case where Lulzsec got busted years ago, and the thing about it was that the way they were able to use the spic to worm everyone around his finger, was that they had his ids, his pgp, signature, logins, and him playing along. That's the sort of thing you actually protect.
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>>189778 #
My viewpoint is either they don't look and I'm fine, look and give up immediately and I'm fine, or they dig deep and I'm fucked because why the hell else would they be doing that unless I was already fucked?
If I've got the CIA rooting through my encrypted files breaking AES, I'm gonna get prosecuted for possession of 512 terabytes of childborn, plans to assassinate the president, maps of afhganistan, and my secret history of being an alien nigger from mars here tonconquet earth. They don't need to crack anything, they can just make up reality to suit their needs. Five minutes and I was born with on testicle and am half jewish.
>>189778 #
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>>189778 #
Look, if they can break one layer, they can break them all. The only difference is the strength, and so why not just use the strongest level of security right at the top?
And my plan, if I ever have to move through checkpoints/airports, is to just upload everything to a cloud backup service, burn my computer, and buy a new one when I arrive at my destination.
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>>189778 #
Once again, I think you're over complicating it. I keep one big box, and lock all my stuff in it. At the absolute maximum of paranoia, I split it into several boxes. Nesting just makes no sense to me.
Which is interesting considering I advocate for vm usage. Though actually not, because I don't nest them, I just consider it a basic level of security like an encrypted root.
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>>189768 #
Correction! Reco Ja Pan is located in the Sendai Bay. Near the intersection of a horizontal line drawn from Soma and a vertical line drawn from the inner edge of the sticky-outie-bit that makes up the northern lip of the bay.
I need the location of that submerged pyramid off the coast of japan. Or just the name of the site.
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>>189781 #
https://pastebin.com/zDTEqcfD
https://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/03/07/lulzsec_takedown_analysis/
Here it is, the reason I'm so big in this levels, layers, and obfuscation with encryption in the computer, is that the thing that needs protecting is the special keys you might be using for something. If I have the top encrypted, that's great, I have one concentric wall keeping you from getting in. If I encrypt a vm, once with a special partition inside the main one, and then encrypt the file, and do this for several layers and use dms to detach things and hold headers, now there is a labyrinth of fortifications preventing someone from breaking into the true portion of the computer, and there they can't obtain the critical information because they not only don't have the whole puzzle, they also require your compliance.
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>>189784 #
And I keep those keys locked in the box with everything else. Because the only REAL threat is losing them while the box is open and I'm using them, in which case no amount of layers matter.
There's a rationale for splitting things into a few boxes, and keeping only some of them open at a time, but even that mostly falls apart when you consider you can just get breached multiple times over a duration until everything is out. The only true safety would be going full madman and discarding everything after a single use. The ultimate security is, after all, not having anything to secure.
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>>189784 #
More complications are just vulnerabilities and opportunities for mistakes imo.
Don't trust software, hardware, or yourself. Less you use, more you can understand it.

Also less you use, less comfortable you are. Reminds you to be careful, that the number one vulnerability is making a stupid mistake and emailing your encryption keys to the FBI by accident, and number two is basic carelessness like letting a nigger grab your phone while it's unlocked and run away with it. Nothing you can do about that but simple vigilance.
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>>189787 #
I told you about the vm vulnerability thing. There's an article and I think a paper about it on the whonix wiki. Don't give vms access to real hardware ever, it defeats the entire point. Shared folders are secure, image files are secure, both because the vm has no access to the controls or implementation.
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>>189787 #
I think it's a better idea to do
/dev/sda (fully encrypted)
/vm-images/{whatever}
/dev/sdb (fully encrypted with a different passphrase)
/keys/{whatever}
Leave the keys encrypted by default, if you need to use them, unencrypt and mount the partition/usb, then share the folder with the vm, or better yet just do all the signing/decryption on the host or a dedicated amnesiac vm and share the resulting files with the outward facing ones.
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>>189789 #
That was my thing, I was going to give each vm and each key layer it's own encrypted partition. I don't fully trust x86_64 and I am trying to find a way that I could just pop a mips/arm board in on the side to handle the encryption processes as well as manage the partitions. My dream for this would be a laptop where you access in on the secure board that handles networking, while you vnc into the x86_64 for it's performance benefits while offloading encryption to the secure board or a something that can run on mini-pcie in place of TPM.
>>189791 #
>it's a weakpoint no matter what
That's where I would just run a highly intensive activity like a big gaym before shutoff that fills the RAM with rubbish before shutting off.
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>>189790 #
Don't forget to distrust your keyboard and root device.
I don't bother having layers because I assume by base system, whatever it is, has total access to my key inputs and hold all my encryption keys in memory anyway, it's a weakpoint no matter what, may as well simplify.
>>189790 #
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>>189790 #
I have a simpler approach. Off and on again, reboot BIOS zeroes memory.
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Oyasumi, and remember that your moment of greatest weakness is when you go to take a shit and don't turn your computer off.
>>189795 #
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>>189736 #
Excuse me. I am tired and made a mistake. It actually seems to be the Peruvian Mountain range just as Serrano believed. "It" in this case being the cape of the gods. However we may actually be looking for Laochi Lake, and not Cape Kamui.
>cape of the gods
No wait it's definitely the Andes.
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>>189793 #
>not doing all your computing in the bathroom
I'm one step ahead of you glowniggers! You'll never catch me!
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>>189790 #
Wait a minute, did you mean keep a seperately encrypted partition for each vm image, but have the images themselves just be in a filesystem within that partition? That's fine, probably ideal, but somewhat tedious unless you store a keyfile that auto-unlocks them, defeating the purpose. Though even with that, you could just auto-unlock the ones you use all the time, and leave the more infrequent/secure ones manual. Or keep the keyfiles on a usb, so they unlock at boot if you plug it in, and otherwise don't.
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>>189796 #
I open the vm, and inside the vm is the regular fs and partitions, but another partition that's encrypted inside the vm with the next vm inside it mirroring the same setup to a degree I feel satisfactory.
>keyfile
Since remember 12-15 passwords would get tedious and difficult, I was thinking of building a partition scheme for a usb/sdcard with the following scheme.
/dev/sdb
--`sdb1
----`circle1
----`circle2gate
-------`circle2
-------`circle3gate
---------`circle3
>nested vms
If every vm is itself setup with encryption, and stored in an encrypted partition, inside another encrypted partition. The layers of encryption, as well as using VeraCrypt for AES+SERPENT+BLOWFISH 1028, and then mixing it up with SoftRaid and cryptsetup, it becomes unfeasible to break into.

>only trust the hosts
I'll think on this a little. I think I'll try a workaround about this.
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>>189797 #
>nested vms
you lost me, I'm going back to sleep.
I don't trust vms to do anything, especially encryption.
Only trust the host, and only because you have no choice anyway since it can read your inputs and memory.
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It sounds like a security pyramid scheme.
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>>189794 #
I'm definitely exhausted. It's not the Peruvian Andes. It's somewhere in Kalifornia. That's where the Ark landed. The west of the west. Super ultra dead lands.
South America and The Arctic are part of No Pan.
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Is shiki asleep? I bet his sweet tea scented breath is nice while he's all snug in bed.
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The crazed twitter anon is right, incense is pretty good.
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>>189803 #
Anon, help me find the portal to The End. I keep trying to eyeball it.
>>189806 #
We have a map. Now we use our evil eyes to make the magic happen or something.
https://okami.fandom.com/wiki/Kamui
https://okami.fandom.com/wiki/Ark_of_Yamato This one fell into the Rainbow Lake, which somewhere in North America since N.A. is the analog to Hokkaido.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamuy
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cape_Kamui with this one's resonance it's somewhere in California
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I feel lobotomized when I have a headache. I can't study or focus at all.
>>189808 #>>189809 #
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>>189807 #
Rest your head on a pillow and relax.
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>>189807 #
Run your head under a cold tap for a while

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