When it’s Time to Repair Your Plate Heat Exchangers

 

If you’re already using plate heat exchanges, you probably already know how critical they are for your business.

But what happens when they break? Here’s how you can know when it’s time to embark on the plate refurbishment process.

Weigh your options
If you’re in the position where your plate heat exchanger has completely broken, then the first thing you need to do is to be repaired or repaired. Whether it’s an old furnace or a commercial refrigeration unit, this is a big decision and can have a major impact on your bottom line.

First, you’ll want to know that it’s actually the plate heat exchanger that’s not working. If it’s a furnace, have you eliminated all other possible problems?

For example, there’s no point in undergoing the plate refurbishment process if it’s actually an electrical problem or a clogged filter.

Second, you want to determine the associated associated. We have a free quote service so you can get a good idea of ​​what you’re getting into nice and early if you decide to refurbish and fix rather than buy new.

Finally, you’ll want to look at the replacement unit just to compare. Contact your local dealer and browse any online commercial stores.

It is also worth looking at the used market to see if you can pick up a deal. If your unit is especially old, sometimes the best option is to buy an old unit and actually refurbish THOSE heat exchanging plates, giving you the most cost effective solution.

How old is your unit?
Whether you’re looking at second-hand units or just trying to date yours to make the best decision, you’ll probably want to know how old it is. Some of the experts will write the installation date on the unit, giving you the age.

However, if it’s not there, you can still figure it out. Just look around for any manufacturer information, serial numbers, or model numbers (so you may have to turn the unit off if you have not already).

After that, it’s just a matter of Googling the manufacturing number and seeing what comes back. If that does not work, you can always call your manufacturer’s helpline.

What can a refurbishment do?
10-20 years of use.

But what are the benefits of taking on the plate refurbishment process?

The biggest benefit of plate refurbishment instead of replacement is that it’s a cost-effective way to expand the life of your heat exchanger plate. By simply cleaning it through our exhaustive process, we can restore a shocking amount of life and viability into the tool.

Second, it means that you can put off a major new purchase. It also means that your initial investment into a quality unit is going to continue to reap dividends. Assuming the plates are not cracked (we check), after cleaning and new gaskets your unit might last anywhere from another 10-20 years.

Wrapping up
Knowing whether it is time to clean and maintain your heat exchanger plates is not easy. But if you carefully evaluate your unit, it’s age, and your own financial circumstances, you can not go wrong.

The Largest Data Breach Settlement of All Time

 

Every second, nearly 45 data records are lost or stolen.

When this happens in a business, all of their records are put at risk.

This also puts the clients’ personal information at high risk.

Not only does it create distrust between the company and its customers, it also comes with a high price tag.

Unfortunately, data breaches happen all too often.

Advocate Health Care and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services settled in what is called the largest settlement of all time.

The Largest Settlement to Date
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office for Civil Rights (OCR) settled at $ 5.5 million with Advocate Health Care.

Advocate Health Care violated the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

HIPAA protects personal health information from falling into the wrong hands. Health care providers are responsible for the safety of their patients’ private information.

Over 4 million patients’ personal information was stolen. This information includes their information, names, addresses and credit card numbers.

The Incidents

The exposure came after the first incident in August 2013. Four desktop computers were stolen from an Advocate Health office in Park Ridge, Illinois.

These computers contained the records of millions of local patients.

The second incident occurred in the period between June and August of 2013.

Hackers gained access to the network of billing service used by Advocate Health. This incident exposed the health records of over 2,000 patients.

On November 1, 2013, another breach occurred.

Yet another computer was stolen from a vehicle. This incident exposed 2,230 patients’ protected health information.

After Advocate reported these breaches, the HHS began an investigation.

The Findings

Laws are in place that require health providers to protect their patients’ health information.

The HHS found that Advocate Health violated these laws.

The OCR found that Advocate Health unsuccessfully:

researched the potential risks relating to the protection of protected health information
enacted policies and procedures to limit the access of electronic systems
safeguarded laptop computers that were kept in unlocked vehicles
The department found Advocate Health Care at fault for not securing a written contract from their billing subsidiary.

This written contract should have stated that it protected any electronic protected health information within its custody.

Advocate Health has responded, stating that:

“As all of the digital landscape and the impacts it has on evolution, we have enhanced our data encryption measures to prevent this type of incident from reoccurring.”

Conclusion
Advocate Health Care Network includes more than 250 treatment locations. This includes the ten hospitals and two children’s hospitals.

This makes it one of the largest healthcare providers in the state of Illinois.

Advocate Medical Group (AMG) is a branch of Advocate Health Care.

AMG provides primary care services, medical imaging, and specialty health care services.

This medical group services the greater Chicagoland area.

With new technology, data breaches are becoming more common than ever before.

Let Loose in Les Menuires: A Pub Crawl to (Hopefully) Remember

Let Loose in Les Menuires: A Pub Crawl to (Hopefully) Remember

Ski holidays aren’t just about zipping down slopes and eating fondue (although both are essential components). Equally important is the nightlife: going to bars, meeting new people and letting your hair down. In Les Menuires there are plenty of opportunities for a boogie, but with so many bars and pubs to choose from its hard to pick just one. I think it was for this very reason that pub crawls were invented. Thankfully for you, Les Menuires has a classic route. so put on your dancing shoes and get going.
Start at Crazy Bar

 

Pub crawls can often get off to a slow start… not at the Crazy Bar. As its name suggests, there is no room for slouching in this alpine pub with early happy hours starting between 4pm and 6pm. The bar is located in the La Croisette area of Les Menuires and gets very busy during happy hours as skiers and snowboarders make the most of the cut-price cocktails.

Le Tilbury

Also in the La Croisette area, Le Tilbury is a favourite destination for skiers and locals. With a pine wood interior and plenty of offers on spirits and beers, Le Tilbury is a welcome chance to have a breather after a heavy start to the crawl.

L’Oisans

L’Oisans has built a reputation for its great cocktails. With plenty of classics as well as cocktails you won’t have seen anywhere else, you are bound to find one you like. If cocktails are not your thing, there is also a great selection of international beers to choose from. Located in La Croisette, it is easy to find and hard to go wrong.

Le Leeberty

Leeberty, égalité, fraternité, right? In the spirit of La France get in a round of jaegerbombs and report to the dance floor. Le Leeberty is best enjoyed later on in the bar crawl when it gets busy and everyone is in the party mood. Playing Euro pop hits, the great selection of DJs and high-quality sound system is bound to get you moving. You can find Le Leeberty in Les Bruyeres, just down the road from the other bars. The trip is definitely worth the effort.

Finish at Piano Bar Le Kube

A cosy little bar until 10pm, Le Kube is frequented by skiers looking for a less busy après scene. After 10pm, however, the atmosphere changes with live music and DJ sets bringing partygoing crowds flooding in. One the swankiest bars in the La Croisette area, it’s a great place to finish off your night with and sing and dance, and maybe even a kiss if you’re lucky.

Have Fun and Stay Protected

With all that fun on and off the slopes, it’s always worth investing in winter sports travel insurance. Whether you overstretch yourself on the skis or in the bars – we have all done both, let’s be honest – winter sports travel insurance will keep you covered and ease any holiday headaches. At InsureMore we offer comprehensive low-cost travel insurance with single and multi-trip options. So don’t fret when you are on holiday, go out and have fun – we’ve got you covered.

Heliskiing in Courmayeur: for a True Off Piste Experience

Heliskiing in Courmayeur: for a True Off Piste Experience

If you dream of making tracks through virgin powder fields and previously unmarked mountainsides, then heliskiing is definitely something you should consider.
Imagine climbing on board a helicopter in the heart of your resort and being flown deep into the Alps, away from the lifts and other people, and then being dropped off on deserted peaks to make your way down. If this sounds like you, then you need to book a heliskiing excursion as part of your next winter sports holiday.

 

Heliskiing Courmayeur

Unfortunately heliskiing is not available throughout much of the Alps: France and Germany have both banned the activity to reduce helicopter activity in the area. The good news is that in Italy there are no such restrictions. So if you dream of descending a blank canvas of snow down the south face of Mont Blanc, you can make that dream a reality from the picturesque Italian resort of Courmayeur.

Don’t be put off if this Mont Blanc adventure sounds a little too high octane for your first time heliskiing; Courmayeur also offers more gentle opportunities across a wide variety of non-glacial terrain, which greatly reduces any risks.

Many companies in the area offer everything from a full day (including two flights) to weekend or even week long adventure in heliskiing. Courmayeur is the perfect base for the sport as helicopters can land right in the centre of the piste area. That way, after your adrenaline-pumping experience, you can stop off for a hot wine at one of the resort’s beautiful mountainside restaurants before heading back to your accommodation.

What You’ll Need

Obviously to try this you’ll need a basic level of expertise. The ideal time for heliskiing is from January through to May, with the conditions in winter being tougher thanks to the larger volume of fresh powder. It is therefore advised that those taking part during the winter need experience of skiing in deep powder.

For those trying it in the spring snow, expertise in deep powder is not so important although, as with any skiing or snowboarding, you will still need a relatively good level of fitness.

Equipment you will need includes: wide skis, good bindings, skiwear suitable to the conditions (including special ski gloves), hat or helmet, goggles or sunglasses.

How to Get To There

If this has whet your appetite for heliskiing, Courmayeur couldn’t be easier to reach. There are regular flights from the UK to nearby Turin or Geneva airports with airlines including BA, Ryanair, easyJet and Swiss International.

Book an airport transfer with Shuttle Direct and just an hour and a half after touching down you could be strapping on your skis in Courmayeur. Just let us know when you book online what ski equipment you will be carrying and we’ll transport it to the resort for you at no extra charge.

Planning to Build a Start Up Choosing the Right Business Partner

Planning to Build a Start Up Choosing the Right Business Partner

Find your business partner this way
Becoming an entrepreneur becomes an option for many people, because it is believed that this can be promised financial freedom as well as freedom of time with family. More and more employees flocked to resign from where they work to establish a new business with brilliant ideas.

But sometimes many people are too hasty to make a decision to establish a business, so eventually have to folded. According to research conducted by John L. Nesheim written in his book entitled High Tech Start Up The Complete Handbook for Successful Creating New High Tech Company, possibly only 6 out of 1 million ideas for high tech business that ultimately managed to go public.

In addition, there are various causes of start-up not last long one of which is wrong in choosing a business partner. Then how to find the right business partner?

Planning to Build a Start Up Choosing the Right Business Partner
1. Required Strong Chemistry

 

Having strong chemistry is usually necessary in choosing a life partner, as well as choosing a business partner. This does sound strange, but if in the beginning you do not click with your business partner candidate it will be difficult to proceed to the next stage.

2. Have a Vision of Mission in Line

 

Vision and mission is the forerunner of a start-up stand. Not just in business, all aspects of life require a clear mission vision. So choose a business partner who has a vision of mission in line with you, if the vision of your mission with the partner has been strong and complementary, your business will grow brilliantly.

3. See Track Record

 

Everyone has a track record whether it’s good or bad, and one way of identifying a person’s character is by looking at his track record. Not everyone who is bad in his past can not be good in the future, but if there are experienced and have a good track record why not chosen? Building a start-up requires a reliable and trustworthy partner that your business can grow exponentially.

4. Showing Commitment and Consistency

Planning to Build a Start Up Choosing the Right Business Partner

Try asking for help to your prospective business partner to help you complete the small project you are working on, before actually pioneering a joint venture. See how he works, if he shows his commitment and consistency do not hesitate to choose him as your partner.

5. Make the Black Rule Above White

 

Not enough just to see the track record and how it works? Make a letter of agreement and the rules that will be followed later in writing. Man is the wrong place, if you find your partner today is a person you really believe then suddenly in the end is not as expected, you will surely feel disappointed. To avoid the things that are not desirable then make a black rule on white is a must.

6. Shared Responsibility Should Be Clear

 

Sometimes in the beginning of building our business will be demanded for multi tasking. But even so you and your partners must know the boundaries in doing their respective tasks so that they will not collide with each other. Make the division of responsibilities clear and transparent so that work can be completed as quickly as possible.

7. Accepting Criticism

 

To build a solid business requires humility. You and your partner must discard each other’s ego and accept each other’s input. If you do not create these conditions then your business will not move forward. Try to see from various angles, then you will realize that criticism is something that builds.

8. Has a Working Ethic

 

A strong work ethic is needed for companies to foster high morale. If your partner has it, then keep it! Discipline in work is a good role model for all employees, if you and your partner apply high discipline then believe your business will grow with a structured.

Finding a business partner is not an easy thing but if you have run these ways then, congratulations! because you have

It’s A Women’s World: The ‘Ladies’ Château’ of the Loire Valley

It’s A Women’s World: The ‘Ladies’ Château’ of the Loire Valley

A French barge cruise on one of European Waterways luxurious, fully-crewed barge hotels is an experience to remember. We firmly believe that there is no better way to explore the Continent than from the water.
The Nymphea hosts our French barge cruise in the Loire Valley, passing under the remarkable five-arch bridge of the Château de Chenonceau. Built in a pale grey stone, the bridge’s symmetrical curves are juxtaposed against the castle’s pointed turrets and enchant our guests time and time again

 

It’s not only architecture and engineering buffs who fall in love on the banks of the River Cher. The unique history of the Château – spanning from the early sixteenth century to the modern day – is well worth discovering.

Hidden Histories

Cruising beneath the repeated arches of the gallery aboard our French barge cruise, our guests often wonder who created them.

Today we are looking at some of the famous inhabitants of the ‘Ladies’ Château’ – the women who shaped both this beautiful building and France.

The Mistress: Diane de Poitiers

Intellectual, royal-favourite Diane de Poitiers lived in sixteenth-century France; no decorative wallflower, Diane was intelligent and politically savvy. She became so well-liked by King Henry II that she often wrote and signed official correspondence on his behalf using the portmanteau ‘HenriDiane’.

Diane was also the King’s mistress for over two decades – perhaps the most powerful woman in the country. As Henry’s mistress she was given the Château de Chenonceau. Diane not only lovingly developed the gardens, she commissioned the stunning arched bridge spanning the river – one of the most iconic architectural features of the Loire Valley.

The Wife: Catherine de’Medici

Catherine de’Medici was the wife of Henry II and, understandably, was jealous Diane’s influential position in Henry’s court. After Henry’s death Catherine forced Diane de Poitiers, the legal owner of the property, to leave and triumphantly took possession herself. Determined to make the Château her own, Catherine installed a grand gallery running across Diane’s bridge – the strong-willed widow had successfully displaced the trusted mistress.

Under Catherine’s management, the castle became the site for many extravagant parties and, rumour has it, the first ever firework display in France lit up the sky over one of her night time revels.

The Saloniste: Louise Dupin

During the French Enlightenment, eighteenth-century French women were at the centre of literary, artistic and cultural advancements. Louise Dupin, who lived in the Château de Chenonceau with her husband, formed a literary salon there which drew in leaders of the Enlightenment movement such as Voltaire, Condillac, Buffon and Bernard le Bovier de Fontenelle.

An intelligent woman herself, Louise saved the building during the widespread destruction of property prompted by the Revolution. Louise pointed out that the arched bridge provided a rare crossing place on the river essential for the movement of people and trade. As a result of her quick thinking and bravery we can enjoy the splendour of the Château de Chenonceau in the twenty-first century.

This restaurant invites you in by displaying its kitchen!

This restaurant invites you in by displaying its kitchen!

Concrete brings us a brand new Japanese watering hole and dining experience at Izakaya in Hotel Roomers, Munich.
Hotel Roomers in Munich stands out for its Japanese restaurant, Izakaya in an incredibly unique way. The restaurant announces its presence via its show kitchen visible through the glass facade of the porte-cochere. This kitchen block continues inside the lobby as a jewellery case covered in gold mirror – also the restaurant’s main entrance!

 

Black and gold dominate the colour palette here with a contrasting feature of light wooden lamellas along the ceiling and wall. Gold cladding uplifts the space especially through the backlit bar top, with a warm yellow marble finish that makes every drink sparkle. While the bar is a highlight element, one cannot miss the show-stopper i.e. the oversized wooden Koi-carp lamp. Typically Japanese, this lamp would’ve probably overpowered the design had it not been so dynamic!

Seating zones are created by introducing silk-printed rotating panels that are also black mirrors and level changers. The rotating panels serve many purposes: they can either connect or separate the space depending on the angle of rotation. While on one side, a Japanese-inspired artwork on silkscreen by artist Gijs Scholten anoints it; the other side is clad with a black mirror with different settings. In the early evening, the whole space can appear as one; while during the after-hours, the bar can be cordoned off to establish a darker and cosy mood that lasts deep into the night. This element helps the space adapt to its clients allowing for a truly transformable experience.

Take a Leap Into the Unknown: 4 Exciting Bungee Jump Techniques!

Take a Leap Into the Unknown: 4 Exciting Bungee Jump Techniques!

For many, a bungee jump is a once-in-a-lifetime, adrenaline-filled activity that you’ll remember forever – and you’ll forever be able to tell people about your jump! There are many ways to skin a cat, and some of these bungee jump techniques will make your jump even more memorable. Whether you’re a seasoned jumper or will only take the plunge once in your life, there is a thrilling technique out there for you.
Feel Like You Can Fly Techniques!

 

The Swallow Dive is one of the most popular jump styles in use today, and for good reason! Especially beloved by adrenaline seekers, you have to take a big running jump off the platform with your arms stretched out as wide as possible (like a swallow). This will let you soar through the sky to the ground below. There will be a huge adrenaline rush as you feel like you’re flying through the air… and as an added bonus, as the cord begins stretching you will be pointing downwards – perfect for a smooth and easy deceleration.

Be aware: if the body harness you’re kitted out with has a front cord attachment, ensure you twist 180 degrees so by the time the cord tightens out you’re facing upwards. Don’t worry, your instructor will know all this! But the more you know before your jump, the more relaxed you’ll be before the big event.

The Bat Drop is a little trickier than the swallow dive, and much more daring! For this jump style you’ll have to be positioned hanging upside down (!!!) on the edge of the platform. Someone else will need to be holding your feet, and once they release you you’ll shoot off like a bat or vampire into the darkness of the night!

The Back Dive is another jump which is considered to be a little more difficult. You’ll really need to put your all into launching off the platform so that when you’re at the end of your fall, your head will be pointing straight down. Just like the swallow dive, be sure to be facing upwards at the end of your jump if you happen to be using a front-connected body harness.

The Elevator is a technique you’ll definitely have seen somewhere before. You simply step off the platform with your feet pointing down at the ground, and when you reach the end of the bungee you’ll be automatically flipped the right way round.

Top tip: only do the Elevator if you have access to a rubber (Kiwi/ Euro) cord to avoid hurting yourself and doing your ankles some serious harm!

Jump Safely, Jump Insured

Whether you’re going for the jump of a lifetime or plan to tick off all of our suggested bungee jump techniques, make sure your travel insurance covers you. Let’s Go Insure offers cover for one or multiple jumps, and our friendly staff are on hand to help you with getting covered for all of your daredevil antics!

Are Nitrates in Your Food Bad For You?

 

It seems every week there is a new food problem that people worry about. One minute experts warn people about high fructose corn syrup, and then they talk about the dangers of fat in the diet.

Recently more and more people are concerned about nitrate in food. Some people may think that nitrate concerns in food are relatively new, but the debate about its presence in consumables has been around since the 1970s.

Before you can understand the recent nitrate controversy, you need to take a quick science lesson.

Difference between nitrite and nitrate.
Some people use the words of nitrite and nitrate alternately, but they are different compounds.

Both nitrite and nitrate are naturally inorganic compounds composed of nitrogen and oxygen. The main difference is that nitrate has three oxygen molecules, and nitrite has only two oxygen molecules.

Nitrate is so common that it is found naturally in soil, water, and air. They are also very versatile compounds.

Nitrates are used in a variety of foods. They can be used to dye food, and are widely used to preserve meat and dairy products that are cured.

They are also used for industrial purposes. You can find nitrates in explosives, fertilizers, and even some types of enamel glass.

Not infrequently certain compounds used for human consumption and industrial purposes. But there is something about nitrate and nitrite that makes them dangerous.

A volatile reaction
Nitrates do not pose much health risk to animals, that’s when they are converted to nitrites so that everything changes.

Nitrate is a stable compound, nitrite is not. Once the nitrate is converted to nitrite, it can turn into nitric oxide or nitrosamine. Both forms of nitrite have carcinogenic properties and are associated with many other health problems.

Nitrosamines only form in certain environments, they must be near amino acids and in high heat. Unfortunately, many popular cured meats are cooked under these conditions.

Since nitrate in food is a controversial topic, some people may wonder how something that is harmful to humans can be safely processed.

If you want to understand the use of nitrates in rampant foods, you need to think about one of America’s most popular foods.

Consider a hot dog
Like many nutritious nitrate foods, hot dogs are typical American food. They are very popular, easy to prepare, and cheap to produce and buy. You’ll find it at almost every sporting event or BBQ, and cut almost every child’s plate.

Despite the popularity of hot dogs, this is one of the worst foods you can incorporate into your body.

If you want an example of unhealthy nitrate levels in the diet, look no further than hot dogs.

Nitrates are an important part of the average hot dog. Unlike some meats, it is very difficult to treat them without the use of nitrates.

There is nothing wrong with the hot dog itself. Anyway, it’s just meat and bread.

The real problem is the way they are processed with nitrate.

Nitrates allow hot dog meat to keep its pink color and prevent it from spoiling too quickly. Without nitrate, it is impossible to process and deliver it as our community does.

Nitrate in food is normal new
Nitrates have become an important part of the preservation process, and effect most of their meat the way they do hot dogs. Nitrate is also very cheap. Using them is the easiest way to keep up with the meat demand in the country.

Almost every type of meat you eat, regardless of whether it is cured, has been treated with nitrates. If nitrate is only in one type of food, it will be simple, but everything is in almost everything.

High levels of nitrate can be found in popular fruits and vegetables. Natural nitrate in vegetables does not cause concern, but its synthetic nitrates.

Nitrate is a popular additive in fertilizer. Fruits and vegetables grown in soil containing nitrates can easily take excess compounds.

Nitrate is highly present in food so some companies rely on the use of other additives to deal with the adverse effects.

Many people do not know this, but hot dogs are processed with vitamin C (although most companies will list it as ascorbic acid on the label) as a way to fight strong nitrate.

It may feel comfortable for some companies that are trying to reduce the damage of nitric food. But others who care about their health will want to reduce as much of the nutritious food from food as possible

Vintage Watches are Timeless Timepieces You Need

A long summer afternoon, spent in the study of your dull grandfather. The aroma of cologne and her cigar competed with the smell of Grandmother’s meat or Sunday sauce, which floated from the kitchen above. You will be tucked into the corner of a cracked leather armchair, photographed through a book of greatness with rich illustrations of watercolors, or maybe just seeing dancing dust dancing through the sun.

Sometimes Grandpa will let you look around the treasures in his desk drawer: old coins, antique keys, pens, pictures of black relatives and distant relatives. And, of course, his watch, still as cool as buying it in Paris during the war. Glance once again displays memories, and he starts telling his story …

There is no doubt that vintage watches are reminiscent of an era when people value the quality of workmanship. Unfortunately, your brother is the one who inherited Grandpa’s watch, but there’s a way for you to recapture the nostalgia: looking at vintage watches.

Three Reasons Why Vintage Watches Are Not Aligned
On days when no self-respecting person will be seen in public without a hat and a pocket box, a watch is a necessary accessory as well as a style.

Today, we do not need a watch – even if you do not want to go into your breast pocket for your smartphone, it looks like digital clocks are everywhere. So why choose vintage watches? Let’s see.

They Are Not Ordinary

Wearing watch watches, especially one of the many multilevel vintage watches available, will set you apart from the masses. When everyone bends over their devices, drawn to the vortex of social media and ongoing communication, all you have to do is glance at your wrists quickly.

They are the class symbol

James Bond. Cary Grant. Sinatra and Deano. The classic style is not as easy as it is today, it’s now a disposable mode and people wear pajamas to grocery stores. It’s not you you understand that projecting sophisticated masculine images depends on the details: well-polished wing tips, because your shirt just wrinkles and, of course, the beautiful leather band of your vintage watch peeking out from behind your cuffs.

They Last Lifetime – Or Two!

If the vintage Omega watches can talk, they will definitely tell some interesting stories.

What story will you rely on on your watch repertoire? Having a well-made watch from the mid-20th century puts you in history. Unlike today’s technological gizmos that are practically obsolete when you take them out of their packaging, the old school technology of beautifully crafted chronographs is completely timeless.

Imagine passing on a vintage watch to your son, and then one day seeing him decorate your grandkids wrist. No iPhone can compare to that tradition.

Once you tie the first watch, you’ll be hooked. Vintage watches are wonderful, collectible, and practical items that you will be proud to own, and move on to future generations. Grandpa will approve!

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