Julia Louis-Dreyfus Reveals Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Inside Edition reports:

Emmy award-winning actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus has come forward with a heartbreaking diagnosis: She has breast cancer. The Seinfeld star made the startling revelation on social media Thursday.

“1 in 8 women get breast cancer. Today, I’m the one,” the mother-of-two announced. She went on: “The good news is that I have the most glorious group of supportive and caring family and friends, and fantastic insurance through my union. The bad news is that not all women are so lucky, so let’s fight all cancers and make universal health care a reality.”

The 56-year-old received the diagnosis just one day after winning her record-breaking sixth Emmy award for her role as lead actress in HBO’s Veep, the network said in a statement.

  • Tawreos

    Hopefully they found it in time and she makes a full recovery

  • Frostbite

    Best wishes to her, and all people with cancer.

  • zhera

    All the best wishes for you, Julia! Fuck cancer. Cancer is like – like – Donald Trump!

    • Tawreos

      That seems a bit harsh, I know it is cancer, but I am not sure it deserves that comparison.

      • zhera

        IT DOES!

        • RaygunsGoZap

          Fortunately for us, unlike cancer cells, Trump can’t live forever.

          • zhera

            Unfortunately for us, just like cancer, Trumps tend to spread.

          • Christopher

            We should start a campaign to stop “Trumpspreading”.

          • RaygunsGoZap

            Pooties! That’s what Trump spreads.

          • RaygunsGoZap

            Touché

    • Dayglo

      She will absolutely massacre cancer. I had it years ago. Spent 30 years dodging AIDS only to get cancer and I soundly beat it’s ass. Julia will, too. Such an awful crap disease … expensive, too.

  • bkmn

    Good insurance coverage and got it through her union – a good reminder to everyone that unions are a good thing.

    • zhera

      The American attitude to unions (in general) baffles me. Is it a mafia thing or are the capitalists just that successful with their lies?

      • PickyPecker

        Mostly the lies.

        • zhera

          Yeah, that’s what I thought.

        • safari

          “The jobs will come back and you, too, can retire at 55 with a full pension and a summer cottage up north if we get rid of the unions.”

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      • safari

        A little of A, a lot of B. There was some union overreach like thirty or forty years ago in the auto industry. However since then the unions have been mostly decimated because it’s simply easier to pack up than deal with companies providing a decent standard of living.

      • The_Wretched

        It goes back to Regen – and the dems stopped fighting tooth and nail for unions. He won a legal victory under the Rehnquist court regarding the air traffic controllers union strike and it’s been down hill ever since. The republicans successfully passed ALEC (or related) anti-union (so called ‘right to work’) laws in many States and played the Police/Firefighter unions against the other major unions. The higher union wages lead to non-union folks getting paid more as well and inflation adjusted income has been falling for the middle class for the same time period – even as GDP per capita and productivity per capita improved.

        Tax code changes that advantage moving your workers out of the country just accelerated the changes. One example of how that works is the more of your business that’s not in the US, the lower your income that you have to keep as US corporate income. Those profits then aren’t taxed unless ‘repatriated’.

      • Tawreos

        For some of us it was a bad experience with a union. I still see the need for them, but they are not the savior that some people like to claim they are.

        • The_Wretched

          I agree but the net is still better overall for workers if the unions exist.

        • I have mixed feelings about my union. It’s a hot mess. But the union gigs paid better and treated me better than the non-union ones at almost every gig.

      • Hank

        Both of my parents, were Union Members. My father was for the Deliverer’s Union and my mother for the Teacher’s union. While my father’s occasional strikes, caused some difficulty, The benefits, that they both received in the end, made it worth while. My father had a stable income in NYC.

        My mother’s union gave her Rx coverage, even after she was retired and on Medicare. This was before Medicare part D, when she was in her 70′ and 80’s

      • bkmn

        The capitalists have run with the mafia connection and ballooned it to include everything short of murdering babies to demonize unions.

      • There were some corruption problems in the unions. But without unions working people would have never had anything. Now the unions are pretty much gone and you can work full time and still not get above the poverty line. That’s what happens without them. Of course employers could just pay people a living wage, but who are we kidding. They didn’t do that without unions and they never will.

    • Christo

      Usually a good thing. My other half works for a library with a union (not a dangerous workplace by any stretch; unions do a lot to protect workers in those). In his library system, all the union does is protect incompetent employees.

      • bkmn

        I experienced that when I worked at the University of Minnesota Medical Center. Clerical workers that were covered by AFSCME were virtually untouchable and I knew several that were very shitty at their jobs. One of them could not get it through her head that she was not my boss.

    • Happy_Housewife

      I’ve been a union member for about fifteen years. In general, I support my union, but they spend way too much member’s money defending bad employees who should be fired. I would like to see a streamlined model for unions where they negotiate for benefits and working conditions, but let the employees fends for themselves when it comes to disciplinary actions. HR rules are sufficient enough to (mostly) ensure a fair hearing for accused employees because companies are so afraid of lawsuits.

      But on the other hand, I’ll say this: People give unions a bad rap, but that comes mostly from lazy or stupid managers who won’t take the time to read the contracts they entered into. They’d rather just throw up their hands and say that the can’t do something they are being paid to do because of “the unions”

      • bkmn

        I’ve seen plenty of HR staffers that did not give one damn about the employees. They were operating on orders from the owners with no regard to any employee. That is why protection from HR is important.

        • Happy_Housewife

          You’re missing the point. I’m talking about labor laws, and it varies from state to state, but here in Washington state, we already have protections that HR abides by – not out of concern for the employee but to avoid litigation. I’ve worked in both Union and non-union places and it’s alll the same. The union just adds a level of expense and bureaucracy.

          We recently had a survey of members about what they think of our union and what would happpen if they are forced to make dues optional. Basically, it’s over, and a big part of the dissatisfaction was because members are tired of the union protecting bad workers at everyone else’s expense. We have some people who should have been given the boot years ago – including one with anger control issues – but they know they can’t be touched.

  • Ninja0980

    Best wishes in fighting this battle Julia!

  • vorpal 😼

    I am grateful for the many, many laughs that this wonderful woman has brought into my life.

    May you beat that cancer and win so that you can share your gifts with your family and the world for many more years to come!

  • PickyPecker

    Give it HELL, Julia!!
    https://media1.popsugar-assets.com/files/thumbor/AOIo0DLB_QB9XD26t6Enxec3X74/fit-in/1024×1024/filters:format_auto-!!-:strip_icc-!!-/2015/07/15/730/n/1922283/d68cf22fc8786278_Veep_410_ID14/i/When-she-impresses-her-cabinet-poignant-speech.gif

  • Lazycrockett

    I’ve always liked her but I have never liked any show she was in, yes including Seinfeld.

  • Leo
    • Jefe5084

      I assume they will have to pay the full cost of their transportation back to the US and relinquish their passports until they pay up. Oh…..that was just reserved for evacuees of Puerto Rico. WTF!?

  • Leo
    • Oscarlating Wildely

      Locking him up at this point would be too good.

      Exile him. Siberia is lovely this time of year. And the winters are to die for!

      • PickyPecker

        Collar & muzzle him then hand him over to another_steve.

        • ChrisMorley

          We should ‘like’ and ‘reblog’ the hell out of this to ramp up the time Jared is locked in chastity / teased with feathers / lasered hairless / left to the dubious mercies of another_steve

          • Lumpy Gaga

            That’s dangerously close to poetry.

    • Jefe5084

      This guy is really a huge pile of steaming shit, a conman, a liar, a predator on his renters.

    • MBear

      LOCK IT UP
      LOCK IT UP
      LOCK IT UP

      • Joe in PA

        I see what you did there. 🙂

    • Ragnar Lothbrok
      • Joe in PA

        Wasn’t he one of the folks using that app that immediately deleted (permanent delete) his emails? AFTER being told not to use it.

        I might be getting this mixed up with something else, there have been so many. 🙁

        • Ragnar Lothbrok

          Could be, but I really don’t know anything about anything. 🙂

        • SoCalGal20

          I think you’re thinking of the messaging apps, Confide and another one. They don’t save so there’s no trail. Jared’s email was a separate thing.

          • Joe in PA

            Thanks SoCal.

  • ChrisInKansas

    Dammit. The first five seasons of Seinfeld are perhaps the greatest TV episodes ever made (after that, meh).

    And The New Adventures of Old Christine is really underappreciated! And practically forgotten about already.

    Really hope it was caught early and a full recovery is made!

    • vorpal 😼

      Yes! I also really enjoyed the New Adventures of Old Christine!
      Given that it never seemed to quite catch on, I’m glad we got as many episodes as we did.

      • PickyPecker

        I enjoyed that one as well. Right now, we’re in season 3 of Veep and loving it. Julia’s timing is, as usual, right on the money!

        • vorpal 😼

          Your GIFs and comment reminded me that I intended to get back to Veep! I think I only watched the first two seasons (which were hilarious) and then got distracted by so many other shiny things.

          Glad to hear I have more laughs to look forward to from the third season as well!

      • ChrisInKansas

        Unfortunately, the last couple of seasons are only available as burn-on-demand DVDs. Which usually means lower quality and higher prices than the discounts you might normally find on older titles. I don’t really do streaming but now I might look if it’s available anywhere.

        • vorpal 😼

          I doubt it’s even commonly available via BitTorrent anymore.

          On the invite-only popular site I use, new episodes used to only get up to maybe 20 – 50 seeders the night after they aired, whereas even hideously bad comedies often get 500 – 1000 seeders.

  • AltheaTheCat
    • safari

      She’s stealing my style; or perhaps I stole hers.

    • Jefe5084

      that was/is definitely a funny episode.

      • Long Tom

        Jerry: Elaine danced?!

        George: It was more like a full body dry-heave set to music. 😆

    • KevInPDX

      “Full body dry heave”.

  • Leo
    • safari

      “I can feel it” is what Jack Lemon’s character said at the end of the China Syndrome before the nuclear plant went all woolly.

    • Joe in PA

      I bet it is much more than “hundreds”…you don’t get 40K “likes” in 5 minutes without em. Oh wait, that was the RNC that paid for THOSE bots.

    • Skeptical_Inquirer

      I’m sure there’s more. It’s easy to buy followers on the cheap.

  • lattebud

    Her recognition of her blessings and wishing others could have the same is quite refreshing when we hear about so much selfishness. I am sure she is gonna kick cancer’s ass and continue to speak out for universal health care.

    • barrykyle415

      And a good many folks don’t realize that she is ridiculously wealthy because of a ridiculously wealthy family (and of course her own efforts). She really is amazing.

  • billbear1961

    O/T: I haven’t seen this mentioned anywhere else today, only on Electoral-Vote (it’s the second story on the page):

    “Trump to Issue Executive Order on Health Care”

    http://www.electoral-vote.com/evp2017/Senate/Maps/Sep28.html#item-2

    They explain how it could cause a market death spiral.

    Has anyone else heard anything about this EO?

    • safari

      Just the quote in the article. Congress controls interstate selling of insurance, and the individual states are the ones that pick who can sell in their state.

      • billbear1961

        They do say, in the article, that the courts might tell him he can’t do this.

    • clay

      There was a little bit of talk on here yesterday about it, mostly that the insurance companies aren’t interested and that if they were, it would undercut state regulation.

      What can be added today is the details in the Tax Reform Plan completely ignore the 3.whatever% tax on the wealthy for the ACA. I guess that means it will be completely eliminated, continuing the GOP’s under-funding of the health care system.

    • PickyPecker

      The states are not about to put up with the orange digleberry’s meddling in how they conduct business.

      • billbear1961

        🙂

        Hard to be sure he won’t try, though, since he fancies himself El Supremo.

        • PickyPecker

          Seems to be talk at this point. Maybe some hair-brained idea from his staff that has been floated. Doubt it will materialize into anything.

          • billbear1961

            Hope you’re right, sweetie!

            I can’t find talk of it anywhere but on E-V.

            But Clay says there was talk here yesterday–I missed it (obviously).

      • Cattleya1

        Kudos for ‘orange dingleberry’! It is hard to come up with new epithets for him.

    • netxtown

      Read it on CNN this morning early. Not much in the way of any details other than he would do it next week. Somebody best not give him a pen…

  • Leo

    OT4. “And I would’ve gotten away with it too, if it wasn’t for you meddling kids!”
    https://twitter.com/AP/status/913497544067633156?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Etweet

    • The_Wretched

      Showing yet again that Trump’s ‘management style’ is all about the news cycles – only.

    • Hank

      He should Resign, the Hypocrite!!!
      Tom Price blasted government use of private jets, now regularly uses them for domestic travel
      https://thinkprogress.org/tom-price-private-jet-21ac9beb1715/

    • Ragnar Lothbrok

      Someone said he is only going to reimburse the cost of a commercial seat.

      • clay

        . . . but a non-discounted one at the last advertised price prior to Maria making landfall.

        • Lumpy Gaga

          At least he’ll get his passport back right away.

    • Who here has enough cash available on a moment’s notice that one could write a check to the tune of hundreds of thousands of dollars?

      Oh right, the former Representative who traded in healthcare stocks while he was a committee chairman overseeing healthcare legislation. He made a fortune and is a multi-millionaire. This is likely peanuts for him.

    • zhera

      I’d like to see the receipts, please!

  • Rex

    She’s tough, she’ll fight. She’ll win.

  • Lazycrockett

    It boggles my mind that the main problem and concern is getting these supplies in PR on the shelves of stores where they can be purchased??????????

    • PickyPecker

      Think of the businesses!!! /s

    • zhera

      What, you expect the US government to provide food for free?!?

    • Lumpy Gaga

      “Why don’t you have any money?”
      “It’s in the Ocean. It’s big. Believe me.”

  • Leo

    OT5. After Debra’s regret and Fonda’s clapback, this fucked show keeps giving:
    https://twitter.com/Mediaite/status/913497371266469888?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Etweet

    • Oscarlating Wildely

      I’ve seen public explosive enemas that were far less cringe worthy than her interview with Jane Fonda. This just tops it off.

      • Daveed_WOW

        Public explosive enemas?! I’d pay to see that.

    • Cuberly

      She’s sort of a bigot version of Sue Ann Nivens. The human makeover ain’t working.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Wm63vFoK_s

      • Skeptical_Inquirer

        I so want her to get fired. I want her to then try to peddle her resume to law firms only to have them land in the shred pile.

        • Cuberly

          Maybe she can be the new Nancy Grace!

    • HZ81

      I may have to start watching this disaster while I can.

      Remember Deborah Norville, Megyn.

      • Joe in PA

        I just saw her doing some Access Hollywood type show. Blast from the past.

        And you are probably too young to remember the disaster that was Sally Quinn. Bwahshaha. Couldn’t have happened to a more pretentious B-word.

        • HZ81

          Sally Quinn? No, but I am gonna get my google on. Deborah Norville was a local Chicago (hometown) reporter before Today and she was beloved here. I remember my sister saying people used to get excited seeing her at Marshal Fields – now Macy’ here. Too funny.

          • Joe in PA

            Nooooo Macy’s bought Masha Fields? But…but…what happened to the Frango mints? My heart is broken. 🙁

            Yeah, you’ll find a lot about Sally. I have the distinction of once receiving her [rejected] Christmas tree. I was friends with her and Ben Bradley’s landscaper. They lived in this FAAABULOUS townhouse in Georgetown and she didn’t like the tree he picked out. 🙂

          • Danieruw

            They still sell Frango mints.

          • Joe in PA

            Whew, I can sleep tonight…thanks! 🙂

    • Lumpy Gaga

      Missed out on Fonda-gate, but found it online.

      Miss Fonda is a PROFESSIONAL, girl!!

      (Honestly, Jane started in describing the movie plot and I was instantly “I wanna see it!”)

  • MBear

    My mother would have a bad experience with something and, even if going was in her best interests, she would not. After her first mammogram decades ago she’d had a bad enough experience that she never went again. Breast cancer doesn’t run in our family.

    She died 2 years ago at the age of 72 (her parents & grandparents lived into their 90s). At the time of her diagnosis just about a year previous to that she was already Stage IV.

    Any wimmenziz, womyn, females, girls, etc, etc, etc: If I’m *EVER* in your postal/zip code I will take you to a mammogram appointment. I have no idea what it’s like to have your boobies squashed for it, but I will hold your hand and take you for ice cream after and listen to anything you have to say and pretty much do anything to try to make the experience less disturbing. Period.

    • Also, you dudes out there? I know it’s really rare, but if you notice an unexplained lump in your pects or under your arm, have it checked out!

      Men can get breast cancer, too.

      • MBear

        I found a lump, but it was a cheeto.

        (Sorry for the jocularity, but after posting I went and had a good cry and snuggled my doggehs – especially my old bitch who had no idea wtf was wrong with daddy)

        • whollyfool

          Thank the FSM for doggehs. 🙂

      • Oscarlating Wildely

        Actually, had that diagnosis.

        Guy was a shit doctor but yea, he noted that it was quite possibly breast cancer, all the while reminding me, almost laughing, that “yes, men can get it too! Weird, huh? Hardy, fucking har har!”

        It wasn’t. And I never went back to him.

      • David

        A friend of my mother’s had breast cancer, then her husband did. Both beat it, but so weird.

      • Cattleya1

        And, in my experience, they frequently ignore it until it is too late.

      • Skeptical_Inquirer

        They should really pay attention if they have strong family history and do a DNA test.

    • zhera

      I can relate. I’ve had my boobs squashed like that twice. If I never have that done again, it’ll make me happy.

      The thing that bugs me is that there are other ways to take a mammogram. Ways that won’t squash the boobs, and also are more accurate. But I think only a few, expensive, private hospitals/clinics have that option. It offends me as a woman because it’s just one more thing in the fucking ocean of unfairness we have to put up with. I’d like to see men having their balls squashed like that and be expected to be grateful for the experience!

      Anyway, not attacking you, MBear. Just ranting. I know there are women who don’t think it’s such a big deal but for me it’s soulcrushingly painful.

      EDIT: Doh. Ranting so much I forget my manners. Sorry for your loss, MBear! Cancer sucks!

      • MBear

        Your rant is wholly valid and supported (at least from me).
        I know that female specific health concerns are put on the backburner because sexism is alive and well

        That’s why include ice cream in my offer. 🙂

        Frozen yogurt, or vegan options wholly available also.

        BTW: If men needed their balls smashed you KNOW that procedure would become antiquated quickly.

        • Joe in PA

          Or if they got pregnant. Can you imagine that world?

          • PickyPecker
          • Joe in PA

            Bingo! Wow, you are quick to find a .gif of HER saying that. Just wow. Good job. 🙂

          • Joe in PA

            Hey PP, I see you deleted the dog .gif. Thank you, I hope I didn’t overstep. You are a peach sweetie.

          • zhera

            I’m planning on becoming a seahorse in my next life. A FEMALE seahorse.

          • ChrisMorley

            I notice you just scienced for the win. Kudos.

          • zhera

            Well, I like science. It get’s me hot and bothered. 😀

          • Joe in PA

            Okok, it took a little google help, but I see what you did there. 🙂

        • zhera

          You’re sweet! And yes, ball squashing would not survive long outside of the kink community.

      • Skeptical_Inquirer

        I’m reminded of how they shut down male birth control study because of side effects even though women point out that their current birth control they USE has side effects that suck, too.

    • whollyfool

      hug

    • ColdCountry

      Thank you, that’s really sweet of you. I am apparently fortunate in that mammograms don’t cause me any discomfort. They’re not FUN, but only once is… a lot.. of years has it been more than just mildly uncomfortable. I have two friends, sisters, who have both had breast cancer, and their family has no history of any kind of cancer. Their brother has had colon cancer as well. The brother had surgery, buy no chemo or radiation and is doing fine. The older sister had radiation and then took the medication that gave her bone pain for FIVE years, but is off that and still clear! The younger sister went in for a biopsy the day before Christmas almost two years ago, and came out with a double mastectomy. Chemo, radiation, the whole nine yards. She simply can’t’ tolerate the five year medication, so isn’t taking it. Her chances of reoccurrence are over 50%. It’s a horrible, disease, but early detection helps a LOT. Thanks for being understanding and supportive.

    • JCF

      I had some extra mammograms this year (I was having weird pains in leftie). You owe me ice cream. ;-/

      • MBear

        Deal!

  • Oscarlating Wildely

    Kick cancer’s ass! Kick it in the fucking teeth and make it beg for mercy! Trounce it and make it weep! You’ve got this.

  • Ragnar Lothbrok
    • That’s pretty much the sum of my own dancing skills.

      I wish her well.

  • Ninja0980

    https://twitter.com/ZoeTillman/status/913486845127864321
    O/T but here’s another list of right wing hacks being nominated to our courts, which includes Don Willett who voted in the Texas gay marriage case that same sex couples aren’t entitled to rights that straight couples are.
    And as bad as he is, Kyle Duncan is the worst name on this list.
    If you want to know who the lawyer for the folks representing the Hobby Lobby folks, there’s your answer.
    When all is said and done by the end of this year, Trump will have gotten more judges confirmed in a first year term then any other president.
    And the consequences from that will last a lifetime for civil rights, workers rights etc.

    • Tread

      But her fucking emails… amirite?!

  • Fucking hell…

    https://twitter.com/finnygo/status/913503846558834695

    Those planes cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to fly at his whims.

      • So basically he’s offering to repay roughly 1/8 of what it cost to fly his entitled wealthy ass all over the country.

    • Skeptical_Inquirer

      The richest people are the skinflintiest. I remember reading a story about a nanny who worked for a super agent in Hollywood and the wife promised her a mani-pedi. The actual mani-pedi was OK but the shop was in a really sketchy area.

  • HZ81

    Nooo!! Selena has been thru enough.

    She will beat it. I know it.

    Ps. VEEP is one of my all-time fave shows. Funny as fuck.

    • HZ81

      ANd to keep piling on it’s one of those shows that makes me think differently of people if they don’t find it funny.

    • Lumpy Gaga

      It’s in its 6th season, and I’m ashamed to say I haven’t seen one actual ep, just endless commercials and teasers (and GIFs!) 🙁

      Amazon Prime has Seasons 1 and 2, so I’mma catch up….

      • HZ81

        I recommend highly, and I just started watching last year and thought I’d never catch up – burned thru them so fast.

    • Joe in PA

      I’m one of the few on the planet that haven’t been watching. We recently got 1/2 through the first episode, season 1 and haven’t gotten “hooked”…does it get better?

      • Lumpy Gaga

        Even just watching clips here and there, the later seasons definitely look funnier than the early ones. (Again, I haven’t seen any in toto.)

      • PickyPecker

        Yeah, it progresses and gets actually pretty damned funny as you get to know the characters more. Definitely one of the better shows we’ve watched.

        Going to be giving the Will & Grace reboot a shot tonite. A little apprehensive as they used to have a TERRIBLE laugh track. Hopeing they will give us the benefit of a doubt that we’ll know when WE want to laugh.

        Highly likely we’ll bail if the laugh track is involved.

        Also, if you haven’t been watching ‘Superstore,’….that’s actually a very funny show and the season premieres tonite at 7CST. You might enjoy it.

        • Joe in PA

          Thanks! I’m apprehensive as well. We’ve been seeing “best of” clips of W&G for 10 years now…and blooper reels…how can they compete with that? 🙁

          I vaguely recall Superstore…I’ll set the DVR–that is if “Vietnam” isn’t being recorded for the 1 billionth time! Boy there are a lot of installments of that. 🙂

      • HZ81

        I don’t know you! 🙂

        It gets meaner, nastier and funnier.

  • Lumpy Gaga

    JLD’s cameos are awesome: Amy Schumer, 30 Rock…

  • James in Hollywood

    How I love this woman. Seriously, she’s the funniest. I am hoping they caught it early.

    • whollyfool

      If you haven’t seen the Seinfeld blooper reels, they’re worth watching, mostly for her. We love to watch her laugh. Hoping for the best for her.

  • I hope this reminds everyone of the importance of early detection. My mom was diagnosed 42 years ago. She’s still around (and driving me crazy) today. Also, good on her for wanting everyone to have the same health care you gets.

  • Barry William Teske

    Hang in there beautiful lady!
    Oh and.
    Thank you.
    For.
    The laughter you co-induce.
    Keeps me healthy.

  • Skeptical_Inquirer

    Hopefully, it hasn’t metastasized and she can just get it removed and do a short follow up of chemo/radiation.

  • HappyDance904

    I wish her the best and hope she can beat this. I had no idea she was a billionaire!!! Love her!!

  • SDG

    Sad. She is a good actress, and from what I hear, a VERY decent person.