Halloween Trunk-Or-Treat Event for Kids With Food Allergies Seems Kinda Lame ("Fun Is Not Spelled C-A-N-D-Y")

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No candy here, kids.
​Look, I'm no food allergy expert, but as a former child, I feel I have a fairly good handle on the kinds of happenings that make Halloween fun for kids. And unfortunately, the first annual Arizona Food Allergy Alliance (AFAA) Trunk-Or-Treat Event in Phoenix, Tucson, and Pinetop-Lakeside isn't one them. In fact, it seems kinda lame.

Trunk-Or-Treat (which sounds more like a threat than a holiday event) aims to provide "an opportunity for the food allergy community to come together and celebrate Halloween in a reduced risk environment" -- that is, a parking lot.

And if you think being a kid (with or without food allergies) and spending Halloween on a giant slab of concrete with a bunch of adults decorating trunks of cars and getting zero candy sounds pretty weak, wait until you hear the details:

1.) Optional Costumes
Apparently, food allergies have some sort of tie-in to costume allergies.

2.) Decorating Trunks of Cars
Save for the Christmas tree, do kids think any kind of supervised decorating is fun, let alone the backside of an automobile?

3.) Non-food "Treats"
Think pencils, stickers, and "spinning tops" (spinning?) as a kid's bagful of Halloween bounty. Now think of something less sad. Like anything.

4.) Prizes for the Best Decorated Trunks
See point number two.

Says AFAA President and Founder Lisa Horne, "Fun is not spelled C-A-N-D-Y..."

Maybe, but I'm pretty sure it's not spelled T-R-U-N-K either. Call me crazy, but I'd rather stay home and play Silent Hill on my XBOX or watch the Scream trilogy.

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Oh the Comedy!
Oh the Comedy!

Ajivani,

ahhhh, the internet is such a lovely tool.....

I googled your other comments a little based upon submissions tied to your profile. Good news, you're retarded all around! Now for the bad news....that's TOTALLY hereditary. You probably come from a long line of insensitive assholes that delight in the misery of others. So, in a way you can't help yourself. At least kids have a fighting chance in not developing allergies that can kill them. Your offspring, I'm sorry to say, is screwed. Would you like a pencil eraser to make you feel better? I would give you candy, but....well, never mind, that point is lost on you so I won't waste my breath. BTW, good job of naming your profile after a World or Warcraft character. I'm happy to report it adequately matches your non-existing social skills. Cheers!

Alokin
Alokin

Although I think this article is useless, stupid, and offensive, I also by now know not to be surprised. New Times article are routinely dismissive, seek to stir things up, and are generally not backed up by any knowledge of the subject matter. Thanks New Times, for yet another pile of steaming shite.  

Melissa
Melissa

If you or your child does not have food allergies, than by all means take them to get candy, but if your child could die from even touching it than what a wonderful treat this would be.

sgooley
sgooley

Wow - You simply have no imagination or empathy for others. I am amazed that you would be such a jerk. These are kids after all. Grow up.

SempliceCittadino
SempliceCittadino

Bah humbug, Ms. Hahnefeld. Guess kids with food allergies are just lame too. Here's a little clue for you. Many military bases, and maybe even Davis-Monthan, have a "trunk or treat" for base kids too. 

I can think of something sadder than kids with food allergies on Halloween: You and your article. 

Robbiegirl
Robbiegirl

Until the world is a more friendly place for the growing percentage of people with allergies, those with allergies will have to be creative to find ways to help kids not feel left out. Maybe this fell a bit short of your idea of fun, but when you compare it to staying home, it might look a bit better. I never understood why the omnivores out there can't go two hours without  peanuts at a public event. People who wouldn't dream of kicking away wheelchair ramps think nothing of doing things that exclude others with allergies from public spaces.

Dk
Dk

you obviously have no idea about what you are reporting on. Don't blame you. It's the state of the economy. You just picked something to write on and wrote whatever came to your head. No point arguing with you

Guest
Guest

Both of my kids have peanut and tree nut allergies that trigger anaphylaxis, and even I can see the sense of humor in this post. You have a good point. There's got to be some kind of treat that could be passed out at such an event that doesn't contain milk, wheat, soy, dairy, peanuts, nuts, shellfish, fish, gluten, artificial food coloring, and any other allergenic triggers, right? What might this be? I guess we're back to square one: pencils and spinning tops. (Maybe even the stickers could be contested ...). 

LW
LW

You are M-E-A-N.

Yvesbrunier
Yvesbrunier

Had food allergies, these events just made me feel like freak. Mom and Dad, you suck. I would have much rather risked death then be that outcast weird kid that didn't do normal trick or treating or birthday parties, etc. Laura is right, this is the worst, designed for stupid greedy parents. I am not thankfull for their effort and your kids won't be either.

Elkebker
Elkebker

I don't believe you were one of the kids who participated in an event like this out of need.  I think you are just trying to cause problems.  And if you are one of those children, shame on you for not being more grateful to your parents for trying to keep you safe and happy.  You should thank them if this is true.

allergymom
allergymom

well when some child dies because their parents didn't care about their life threatening food allergy, then you can be the first to give the eulogy and tell their parents what they did wrong...sound fair? 

Rodandamy Ball
Rodandamy Ball

Ms. Hahnefeld,  

I am confused.  Was this an attempt at humor?  To ridicule children with a medical issue they can't control?  I am sure they would LOVE to have candy.  My son would love to have a dog but can't because of anaphylaxis.  Every day he brings home a dog book from the library and asks if Santa could leave him a dog.  He carries around a stuffed dog and draws pictures of his future dog.  I would chop off my legs to let him have that opportunity as I am sure many of these parents would to let their children have a "normal" trick or treating opportunity.  

Next week you should make fun of kids with cancer.  That would be a real winner.  (sarcasm).  

Veronica Wisniewski
Veronica Wisniewski

I wonder how many of you soccer moms griping about peanuts wear way too much perfume and trigger asthma attacks and migraines everywhere you go. What I wouldn't give for a perfume-free world.

Anyway.

Calm down. Turn off your caps lock. It makes you look like a raving lunatic. It's pretty hard to take someone seriously when they sound like Chicken Little.

Cheryl Turner
Cheryl Turner

Soccer mom checking in!

Peanuts - no gripes here as my daughter can eat them. She is severely allergic to a different top allergen plus many others.

No perfume here either. I get ill from sprays and scents but nothing compared to anaphylaxis for my daughter from a trace of her allergen. I can feel very uncomfortable from sprays/scents but my life is not at risk.

allergymom
allergymom

no one has ever died in seconds from smelling perfume. 

DBW
DBW

FYI, a good majority of people with food allergy also have asthma.

James Khoury
James Khoury

We're a nation of faggot sinners and God has sent down on us an army of deadly peanuts to smite us all!

I blame the fags and the black fags and the chinks. If they weren't running around trying to get married and voting colored people into office, our loving god wouldn't be trying to smite us in such ways! Some toppled buildings and screaming turban-tossers couldn't pass the message so god's getting more personal. Repent, vote for someone sensible like Sarah Palin or Jack Kevorkian and watch plenty of vegetales. It's our only hope.

Cheryl Turner
Cheryl Turner

Flagged this comment for a moderator to review it.

My sympathies to you James for your narrow-minded views.

Kim Harvey
Kim Harvey

http://www.time.com/time/healt...

This was the most unbiased document that I could find without spending hours researching. It's a very good read and presents both sides without disparaging either side.

DBW
DBW

Like this, but also need to point out that the "demonizing the nuts" is a rarity and the media magnifies those very few situations. The fact that there are only a handful of "extreme" going nuts over nuts situations, when there are 15 million Americans with food allergies, shows that it's a small minority. Back to the topic at hand, before I digress. Is this trunk or treat going nuts over nuts? No. This is a food allergy event. The top 8 allergens are more than just nuts (peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, milk, wheat, soy and egg). Those are just the top 8. Also this is a group that is hosting their own party! How many Americans are throwing their OWN party on Halloween??! Adult parties, kid parties, church parties, work parties, etc. Do we demonize them for throwing a party for a particular group of people?! No! Why are we demonizing this group for throwing a party for themselves to enjoy?! They are not evacuating a bus, making people wash their hands before attending, inspecting every vehicle that shows up or anything else! They are just throwing their own trunk or treat like millions of others across this country of freedom are doing as well! I think its crazy that people such as Laura, are making light of a life-threatening situation. Whether you want to call it a health issue, a disability or otherwise (for the record it is covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act). Do we tell people with MS we don't believe them because their disease is not visible? Women with breast cancer that its all a crock and some scheme to make a bunch of pink stuff and money off a "fake" cause? Just because you can't "see" a disease doesn't mean it doesn't exist. Just because a disease or epidemic is new such as AIDS, doesn't mean it is not REAL and doesn't EXIST. Food allergies are real and they are life-threatening. It's called anaphylaxis. Can we just respect these people and leave them the heck alone?!

aaronjsolomon
aaronjsolomon

DBW:  "Can we just respect these people and leave them the heck alone?!"

Yes, if they respect the rest of us and leave us alone.  That means NO food bans, NO education campaigns, and NO taxpayer funds of any kind.  Handle it yourself, and leave the rest of us out of it.  If you force our involvement (i.e. by instituting school bans or lobbying for taxpayer research subsidies), then we have every right to push back.

As I said, everybody has a sob story.  Too often, we let emotional appeals lead us to accept "social" solutions, where the best solution is individual responsibility.  That may sound harsh, but taking an emotionalist approach to governance is a big reason this country is $14T in debt and facing down a nanny state that threatens our core liberties.

Personal responsibility, people.  Say it with me.  Personal responsibility, personal responsibility, personal responsibility...  Repeat until you see the light.

Cheryl Turner
Cheryl Turner

Interesting you mention Olive Garden because they happen to be very good with my child's food allergens - tree nuts. She eats safely there. There are few restaurants that we eat at and that is because restaurants are private business and it is their choice what they serve and how they deal with food allergies. We patronize restaurants who "get it" and can provide a safe meal.

We do cook mostly at home and lucky for us, we are good cooks!

You honestly should take the challenge to live a month or even a week without at least one of the top allergens. When we have stayed with people for just a few days they are shocked by all that we have to do to 'live' with food allergies.

Being allergic to crab or strawberries or something not in many foods is easy. But try soy or egg and avoid every trace. If you don't know exactly what is in it you don't eat it. It's pretty simple...

aaronjsolomon
aaronjsolomon

Rodandamy Ball: "What liberty is being threatened by trunk or treat?"

None, of course.  I have been having an ongoing discussion with a few different posters here, and so some of my posts may be lacking context to someone just dropping in.

I have absolutely no issue with trunk or treat.  My issue is with nanny state bans (i.e. peanuts in schools), special interest lobbying for tax dollars (we're broke), and a victim culture that leads to an expectation that the rest of society, coerced by government, will accommodate personal hardships that the individual ought to handle on their own.

For example:  say your kid has a peanut allergy.  Do you:  a) lobby government to force restaurants to segregate peanuts when cooking, so that your family can eat at the Olive Garden, or b) cook your own pasta?

All of these supposedly humanitarian accommodations, which, taken individually, seem like no-brainers that only a total jerk would oppose, have a deeply malignant cumulative consequence:  government power must continually be expanded to set them into place.

Again:  Absolutely no issue w/ people voluntarily decorating their cars and having an alternative event for allergic kids.  After all, it's a free country--sort of, I guess.

Hope I cleared up the misunderstanding.

Rodandamy Ball
Rodandamy Ball

What liberty is being threatened by trunk or treat?  I did not realize our nations debt was so intwined and due to food allergies?  Hmmmm can't find a thing to support that thought either.  

I come from a conservative family that believes in civil liberties and personal responsibility and kindness.  You my friend are lacking one of the above.  

aaronjsolomon
aaronjsolomon

DBW:  I take it all back, seriously.  You are 100% correct on Obama.  BTW, if you look at my posts, I was not attacking any voluntary activities by the food allergy community, I was attacking nanny state bans.  I wish you the best in overcoming your family's health challenges.

Obama - a one-term President!!!!

DBW
DBW

Aaron you need a filter. Do you think before you speak? Would a Halloween Trunk-or-Treat BY food allergy community, for food allergy community, funded by food allergy community be considered them following your demands for everyone to follow "personal responsibiliy"? I say so. Find another outlet.This country is $14T in debt in large part because of Obama.Say it with me, "Obama - a one term President". But yet I digress.

Kim Harvey
Kim Harvey

I totally agree DBW! The attack on this event is completely uncalled for and couldn't be more hateful and ignorant.

Kelli
Kelli

well, time to pull myself up out of the baby pool and ignore the trolls. It's not worth my time anymore.  But, I will keep everyone in my prayers, trolls and all. ;)   Hoping and praying for a food allergy cure someday. God Bless~  

aaronjsolomon
aaronjsolomon

There is a cure, at least for the majority of sufferers.  It's called desensitization therapy, and I already told you about it in an earlier post.  Here's some info from WebMD--I know it's not a legitimate scientific source, like daytime television, but you have to start somewhere:

http://www.webmd.com/allergies...

Oh, that's right, I forgot:  You're not interested in a cure.  You're interested in playing Internet Christ on the Cross.  No cure for that.

DBW
DBW

Know more about what you are talking about instead of just copying and pasting things you find online. There is NO cure. http://med.stanford.edu/ism/20...

Direct quote from the article by Stanford Medical "Although food allergy is a major public health problem, currently there is no effective and safe treatment except to avoid the foods that can trigger an anaphylactic reaction, and to promptly treat reactions when they occur. But the need for new options is critical now as the number of children diagnosed with food allergies rises." Let me repeat: THERE IS NO EFFECTIVE AND SAFE TREATMENT EXCEPT TO AVOID THE FOODS THAT CAN TRIGGER AN ANAPHYLACTIC REACTION...

Have you been to a fundraiser for food allergy? Familiar with them at all? Know where money raised goes? To research for a cure.

So all this pink stuff being sold for breast cancer. Do you think its some grand scheme to make pink the new black, and while doing so just make a ton of cash for big corporations that are all jumping on the band wagon? Those breast cancer people don't really want a cure. They just want attention. Right? Just like these food allergy people. Just like cancer people and the LIVE STRONG campaign. You are so right. It's all a big grand scheme to get negative attention and bullying from ignorant people like you, because that is so awesome and fun! Aaron you are a freakin genious! You figured everyone out!

See end of this study by Stanford (kind of a pretty well known school for very smart people i.e. not Aaron on New Times commenting about stuff he knows nothing about). Direct quote as of March 2011: "Based on the results of this study, Schneider and Umetsu are launching a new trial focused on peanut allergy (http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/...." These are called trials, and I'm pretty sure everyone hopes they work. Just like we all hope by some miracle we won't hear anymore from ignorant fools like  you on these comment sections.

Kim Harvey
Kim Harvey

Your article that you linked to above (webmd) does NOT say that they have found a cure. You should have read the whole thing!

"What we would like to have happen is for their food allergy to go away," Nash says.For now, however, he says, "We have essentially proven they can tolerate an accidental ingestion. We think our patients now are at reduced risk for anaphylaxis."

It proves that those children that are able to particiapte in the desensitization treatment can tolerate an accidental ingestion of up to 13 peanuts and are at a reduced risk for an ANA reaction. No part of that says they can have a PB&J for lunch with a sinckers for dessert. Not sure what your definition of cured is???

Kelli
Kelli

again, you're funny, and again, I told you, my child is too young for this treatment, and that was told from dr's. It is not a guarantee for everyone but that will not stop us from trying. It is a great thing and I plan on it in her future when she is old enough to tell us how she feels when given the food allergen. So, again. Educate yourself, don't judge us parents for keeping our children safe.  I'm done stopping to your level, I don't believe I could get lower. So, keeping you and everyone here in prayer... God Bless

DBW
DBW

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Kim Harvey
Kim Harvey

Aaron J Solomon is living proof that there is no cure for stupid. He/she/it is also proof that any moron can get on the internet (along with Laura). Don't bother debating with with people like this...they just bring you down to their level and then beat you with experience. Have a good night Kelli; and Aaron, please have yourself sterilized so that you don't pass on your horrible disease (and enjoy your peanut M&M's, I hope you choke on one!).

aaronjsolomon
aaronjsolomon

Kelli:  "I don't believe I could get lower."

Don't sell yourself short.  I have faith in you.

KittyDelAmour
KittyDelAmour

I saw a sign for "Trunk or Treat" in my town, an hour northwest of Chicago...at first I thought someone was just high, now I find out it's because they're allergic to peanuts...

DBW
DBW

Bullying and understanding what it is: http://www.cdc.gov/violencepre.... Note this is not information from unreliable resources like wikipedia or New Times. This is from our Government and the Centers for Disease Control.

How a Bully is Created: http://www.psychologytoday.com....

So looks like Laura and her little minions on this comment section probably had the following done to them/experienced by them as children: - Physically abused as a child- Observed agressive adults- Violent Television- Problems with processing emotions- Part of a more psychiatric disease course such as schizophrenia

This may help us to better understand the bullys in this comment area in response to the original Bully - Laura. Perhaps this will help us to feel compassion for these poor individuals.

As for the pathetic attempt of information from wikipedia regarding the cause in the food allergy epidemic. Doesn't even warrant an explanation. Just read the facts from real resources like Mayo Clinic. Cleary these little minions are no better than those that write for the paper. It's nothing more than a bunch of society rejects.

I'm sorry for the bully's that your parents didn't love you more. Love you enough to throw you a party where you could be safe. Sorry that you refer to children in a sarcastic way as little snowflakes. That type of behavior and commentary shows that you were not loved enough as a child. In turn you too, like your parents, have little regard for children. Especially children with a life-threatening condition. I'm sad for you.

aaronjsolomon
aaronjsolomon

Great--you sent me gov't information on bullying.  Now, how about providing some information on peanut allergies?

I see that you're attached to the "bullying" theme, and you're not going to let it go.  Some people can't tell the difference between being bullied and losing a debate.  I get that.

I'll say this, though:  whatever childhood problems I may have endured, at least I didn't have parents who gave me a peanut allergy by foolishly withholding peanut products while my immune system was developing.  In fact, I'm eating peanut M&Ms as I type this, and they are simply *bully*.

http://www.google.com/search?q...

DBW
DBW

You know what? I'm glad you asked. Anything you want to know about food allergies, not sure why you are focusing on peanut but that's okay. Go to www.foodallergy.org. also go to http://www.faiusa.org/. Both well known and well respected organizations. http://www.aaaai.org/home.aspx. In fact, I've got one better for you, contact them and ask the pro's yourself and TRULY learn something about which you know nothing about.

American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology555 East Wells StreetSuite 1100Milwaukee, WI 53202-3823Phone: (414) 272-6071

http://www.foodallergy.org/pag...

515 Madison Avenue, Suite 1912New York, NY 10022-5403Phone: 855-FAI-9604 ι Fax: 917-338-5130info@faiusa.org

Once you talk to them and learn more about this topic, you may still hold the same opinion you do today. Who knows, you may actually find that this is a good cause to help out and you yourself may end up helping this community of people.

The other group of people on here that are talking about feeding tubes and EoE. That's a whole other group of people. http://apfed.org/drupal/drupal... 

American Partnership For Eosinophilic Disorders PO Box 29545Atlanta, GA 30359

Phone: (713)493-77498am-4pm CSTMonday-Friday

Good luck with your research and from me to you, I hope you find the truth and it sets you free from this negative venture you have found yourself in today.

DBW
DBW

Again: Aaron you need a filter. Do you think before you speak? Would a Halloween Trunk-or-Treat BY food allergy community, for food allergy community, funded by food allergy community be considered them following your demands for everyone to follow "personal responsibiliy"? I say so. Find another outlet.This country is $14T in debt in large part because of Obama.Say it with me, "Obama - a one term President". But yet I digress.     

aaronjsolomon
aaronjsolomon

Great, thanks for the links.

Both FAAN and FAI are not impartial information sources, they are advocacy groups and include instructions on lobbying the state and federal governments for handouts--sorry, I mean "funding".

Whether its through front-door regulation of schools and food processing facilities, or back-door lobbying for taxpayer funds, this is nanny statism through and through.  This should be very simple:

1.  If you or your kid has a food allergy, simply take the necessary measures to ensure that the offending food is avoided.  The world is not obligated to accommodate you.

2.  To the degree that advocacy is warranted, it should be to tell people NOT to be overprotective and shield their children from allergenic foods, as that is apparently the cause of the food allergies to begin with in many/most cases.

Do I have empathy for American children with food allergies?  Yes.  If I want to throw money at a public health problem, is food allergies my choice?  Not even close.  There are probably 10,000 more deserving recipients of public health or private charitable funds, including any disease whose symptoms cannot be avoided simply by wiping down your own counters and preparing your own food.

People with food allergies have more than enough information and choice to avoid allergic reactions, without any accommodation (coerced or otherwise) by the rest of society.  Why should we throw federal funds at it?  Can it not be managed in a straightforward fashion by conscientious parents?  Or is that they feel entitled to a cure, so that they can eat at the Olive Garden like everybody else?  Not exactly a compelling case for nanny state intervention, in my opinion.

This is a textbook example of a special interest group demanding handouts from the taxpayer.  Whatever happened to personal responsibility?  If I develop an allergy to wiping my own a**, does that mean I get to hit you up for taxes to hire somebody to come do it for me?

Jajbford
Jajbford

My child had a peanut allergy from day one and reacted from my breast milk having traces in it. I don't expect others to accommodate us but I do expect sensitivity for my child. And if parents want to take their kids trick or treating in the parking lot it's their choice just as those that want to go around the neighborhood have their choice. Let's just let each other do what's right for our own families.

aaronjsolomon
aaronjsolomon

"Let's just let each other do what's right for our own families."

My point exactly.  It's all about personal choice.  The problem is when we start passing laws banning allergenic foods because some people, like the ones in this thread, want to place the burden on the larger society for their own personal problems.  (E.g. Kelli's demand that we all "educate ourselves."  Why the hell should we?  It's not our problem!)

It is infuriating that peanuts are banned in schools to accommodate these wheedling demands--and if they'll ban an All-American institution like the lunchtime peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwich, I see no reason not to assume that trick-or-treating bans will be proposed eventually, and probably sooner than later.

I have no problem with a voluntary activity like the trunk-n-treat, but these types of activities rarely stay voluntary for long. We need to stop demanding that government take care of us with laws, and take care of ourselves.  Everyone has a sob story.

DBW
DBW

Why should you educate yourself? You don't need to. Kellli was simply being a good samaritan and trying to help you from continuing to look like an ignorant bully of a fool in front of ummm the entire WORLD WIDE WEB. You can choose NOT to educate yourself. Not a problem. You have some crazy theories there about banning Halloween. You have truly digressed from the topic at hand. This article prooves the opposite, dear. Is this group trying to pass a law? Are they banning Halloween? No they are throwing a Halloween party!! Hello!!!! So what about the original trick or treat? "These types of activities rarely stay voluntary for long". So am I wrong or is TRADITIONAL TRICK OR TREATING NOT A LAW?! It's been going on for ages and no one made it a law to do traditional trick or treating! You and your conspiracy theories are only causing you to freak out in your own little head. As far as laws and accomodations in schools??Its called the Americans with Disabilities Act and 504 plans or IEPs. Do you know what that is? Should we recurb everything so that people in wheel chairs aren't pampered by America? Should we go back and redo our entire street light system so that we don't help out the blind? Oh boy those blind people and wheelchair bound people, what a sob story they are!

Aaron you said it yourself, "everyone has a sob story". So Aaron what is your sob story?

Kelli
Kelli

Bully: Research on the self-esteem of bullies has produced equivocal results. When some bullies are arrogant and others can use bullying as a tool to conceal shame or anxiety or to boost self esteem, by demeaning others, the abuser him/herself feels empowered. It has been noted that disabled people are affected by bullying and that this can be seen as a hate crime issue.  ~ aka~ one should be careful who they are making fun of, even on the internet, it's still a hate crime. 

aaronjsolomon
aaronjsolomon

Hate crime?  You are a moron.

You have just proven what I strongly suspected:  that you prefer coercive legalism to personal responsibility.  A peanut allergy is the least of your child's problems.

Kelli
Kelli

LOL  again, funny stuff you write yet again. :)  God Bless

Kelli
Kelli

 truth hurts ya, eh?  someone who is guilty of an accusation such as a "bully" title, will lash out in anger and ignorance. God Bless...

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