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calendar   Tuesday - December 31, 2019

2nd best New Year’s Eve Evar !!

Household Disaster, Narrowly Avoided

Late this afternoon half the kitchen floor peeled up spontaneously, and we suddenly had water everywhere. WTF?? The way our kitchen is built in this condo ... we’re on the lower level so our floors are poured concrete; the water lines and the drain line run right across the kitchen floor from the sink, to the washer and dryer that’s in a closet on the other side of the room, to the main drain that runs under the hallway on the other side of the wall behind them. We’d had a problem a year or so ago with some water coming up through the adhesive vinyl floor tiles that were there when we bought this place 7 years ago. That issue was caused by a grease clog in the main drain, that caused the vertical washer drain tube in the wall to not drain, and the excess water to run down the overflow hole in the faucet divot in the wall behind the washer. That water ran down between the studs in the wall, and out underneath, but behind the baseboard, and then under the flooring under the washer, and from there out across the middle of the kitchen floor. So it was a big expensive bitch to fix, and to get a plumber in with the clog buster machine to clean all the lines out, even the main drain out 50 feet past the outside wall of our unit. So oh no, it’s clogged up again?? But no!

This time it was a problem under the sink. Same path under the tiles, but from the other end. The sink has a garbage grinder on it, which we almost never use. All our food bits and pan grease go in the trash, not down the drain. But it’s an OEM grinder, from when the place was built in 1978. And the inner seals finally wore out. I’d kind of wondered if we were having another water problem a couple days ago when I noticed a couple of the kitchen floor tiles seemed a bit buckled up. But ever since the water got in last time, their adhesive is now weak, and they tend to lift up a bit when we have high humidity. And it’s been raining here like life in England for the past few days, so I didn’t think much of it. But what we had at that point was a slow leak in the garbage grinder, a steady drip going on for a bunch of days - come on, how often do you go underneath the kitchen sink and nose around? It’s the Twilight Zone under there. And the water was dripping down onto the base, flowing backwards to the wall behind the sink, and going down and getting under the floor tiles from that side. So it looked like the same problem as before, since low point in the concrete slab is the line between the sink and the washer where the builders laid the pipes in a trough and then poured it full with concrete. And this afternoon we did a few loads in the dishwasher and the sink, getting the place all nice and clean for 2020. And then the tiles erupted.

So lots of mopping, lots of buckets. Running around checking all the faucets and valves and stuff. I had to remove the garbage grinder from it’s Rube Goldberg maze of P-trap drain bits, and disconnect the wire. At least there’s a switch, so I wasn’t lying in water playing with live electricity. Well, duh, Drew did something smart for once. Once! So right now we have no drain attached to the kitchen sink, and it looks like the kitchen renovation project we’ve been talking about for the last few years will become a sudden top priority. Crap.

After having a plate of nice holiday nibbles for lunch, and a little scotch comparison for fun, before the mishap, we were in the middle of making a nice pot of sauce for spaghetti when this happened. I cleaned up and mopped up, but we still have everything from under the sink all over the kitchen floor. Amazing how much crap gets pigeon holed under there. So when it was time to serve the pasta, I took the pot and the strainer up to the bathroom sink and drained it there. It worked. I didn’t get scalded, didn’t spill a drop, and now the bathroom sink drain has been sanitized, Italian style.


Why was this only the 2nd worst best NYE ever for me? I spent the eve of the millennium in the hospital trying to pass a kidney stone. Only one I’ve ever had, and that was 20 years ago. But OMG did that hurt. OTOH, the nurse gave me two shots of ... I think it was called Dilaudid ... some heavy duty opiate, laudanum based pain killer. Maybe it was something else, but it was a hammer blow, mainlined right into me. I was holding onto the exam table to keep from floating away. Holy cats, I haven’t been that high since college. I had to pee through a paint filter funnel cone for a week after that to make sure I caught any more stones if they passed. There weren’t any, but they only gave me the one paper cone filter. Needless to say, after a week of use, it wasn’t very appealing.


And a Happy New Year for everyone, and may your 2020 start out with less panic and stress than mine has.


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Happy 2020



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Well Duh

If I hadn’t been so sick I would have posted about the Hanukkah attack in Monsey NY when it happened. When the blood covered perp’s picture was published, my immediate reaction was “black hebrew israelites again”. Looks like I was right, and the shadow of the truth is starting to squeeze out from underneath the smothering pillow of MSM suppression.

Strike 3, You’re Out: Time To Label Black Hebrew Israelites A Terrorist Organization

FBI: Hanukkah Stabbing Suspect Kept Antisemitic Journal, Fixated on Hitler

Hannukah stabbing suspect Grafton Thomas, already jailed on five counts of attempted murder, has also been hit with federal hate crime charges, according to documents filed Monday in New York.

Thomas, of Greenwood Lake, N.Y., has pleaded not guilty to five state counts of attempted murder and one count of burglary stemming from a machete-wielding attack at the home of a Hasidic Jewish rabbi during a Hannukah party late Saturday.

He was ordered held on $5 million bail with his next court appearance Friday.

Meanwhile, federal prosecutors for the Southern District of New York also weighed in with additional hate crime charges against Thomas, a 37-year-old African-American man.

FBI investigators said they found journal entries allegedly written by Thomas in which he expressed anti-Semitic views, referencing Adolf Hitler and “Nazi culture.”

They said another journal entry allegedly stated that “Hebrew Israelites” had victimized “ebonoid Israelites,” which the FBI took to mean African-Americans claiming descent from the ancient tribes of Israel.

In the Saturday attack, police said a suspect armed with a machete entered the home Rabbi Chaim Rottenberg in Monsey, N.Y., a town of about 18,000 residents and began stabbing the party-goers.

Around midnight, Thomas was located in a gray Nissan 30 miles south in New York’s Harlem after a traffic stop and taken into custody by the New York Police Department. Authorities say they found an 18-inch Ozark Trail machete in the car.

The Black Hebrew Israelites were the same hate group that harassed a group of Covington, Kentucky high school students on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial earlier this year. The media tried to portray the radicals as victims and falsely labeled the students racist. But over the weekend, a man with interest in the group went on a stabbing rampage during a Hanukkah celebration. In response to the revelation, CBS Evening News and NBC Nightly News omitted that fact from their Monday reports on the attack.

While CBS and NBC did note the attacker was an anti-Semite, ABC’s World News Tonight was on the only broadcast network program to mention the attacker’s interest in the anti-Semitic hate group.

NBC News was currently being sued by Nicholas Sandmann, one of the Covington students, for defamation because of how they vilified him in their reporting and accused him of being an instigator. Yet, CNN, who was also being sued by Sandmann, actually managed to cover the attacker’s ties to the Black Hebrew Israelites.

“From the 37-year-old’s home, investigators say recovered handwritten journals ‘expressing anti-Semitic sentiments’ and referenced to the Black Hebrew Israelite movement, which asserts they are the true descendants of the ancient Israelites and the Jews are interlopers,” reported CNN’s Miguel Marquez during Monday’s Erin Burnett OutFront.

Adding: “The teachings of the same group were connected, says a law enforcement official, to the attack on a kosher market in New Jersey earlier this month.”

Strike 1: Causing a near riot in DC that the Covington High kids were close to.

Strike 2: Murder and mayhem in Jersey City 2 weeks ago.

Strike 3: Monsey Hanukkah stabbings.

You’re out.

These people are nuts and they have a violent agenda. Time to put them down like rabid dogs. They are terrorists.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 12/31/2019 at 10:42 AM   
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well blow me down

Not Even 2 Weeks Old, Bronx Wind Turbine Falls

Car crushed, nobody injured

A shoddy wind turbine fell apart in the Bronx on Monday when it couldn’t handle its own power source — gusty winds.

The blade damaged a nearby car and an illuminated billboard when it flew off the 250-foot structure in Baychester at about 1:20 p.m., police said.  There were no injuries reported.

Local politicians rushed to the scene and blasted the “hastily” constructed alternative-energy source.  The turbine started spinning on Dec. 17, providing power to nearby buildings, according to the Bronx Times.

“This shouldn’t have been put up so hastily,” said state Sen. Jamaal Bailey. “A wind turbine should not be able to be taken down by the wind.”

During the press conference, Bailey and Assemblyman Mike Benedetto called on the city Department of Buildings (DOB) to make “sure something like this doesn’t happen again.” Both men spoke at the site of the collapse and were struggling to project their voices over the sound of roaring wind.

And the whole thing was a stop-gap? Yeah right, like they needed a 250 foot tall tower to put a billboard on? Sounds like a bait and switch to me.

[ 12/20/19 ] The controversial, recently halted monopole, partially built at the southern edge of Co-op City, will support a wind turbine instead of a billboard that was expected to soar over 250 feet above the ground.

That structure at 500 Baychester Avenue, will join two other billboards as well as a 7-Eleven convenience store, a TD bank and a Sherwin Williams paint store on the commercial property.

The originally-planned illuminated billboard would have shined all night into the bedrooms of many Co-op City apartments.

On Thursday, December 12, two flatbed trucks carrying pieces of the wind turbine arrived at the property.

Elected officials and Community Board 10 fielded hundreds of inquiries from local residents that spotted the erector on the property.

As of Tuesday, December 17, the wind turbine was assembled, and the power generator now towers over 200 feet above the current illuminated billboards.

Matt Cruz, district manager of Community Board 10 stated that while he doesn’t oppose wind turbines, he finds the newly erected turbine location inappropriate.

Rodney Saunders, second vice president of the Riverbay board of directors was bewildered by the wind turbine installation.

He said he has not been able to find any building permits for the structure.


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I might be getting better. Several boxes of tissues later, a couple days of extreme coughing, plenty of aspirin and chicken soup, and a trip to the doctor ... and I slept halfway through the night and didn’t wake up soaked with sweat. And that’s a big improvement. Heck, I might even feel up to taking a shower and brushing my teeth today. Putting on clean clothes. Eating a normal meal maybe. Changing the sheets. I hate being sick.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 12/31/2019 at 08:41 AM   
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calendar   Monday - December 30, 2019

still trying

As usual, I’m sick as a dog after the holidays. I go places I’m not used to, see a whole bunch of people, drive myself to near exhaustion, and then afterwards I get sick. Every year. Hardly slept at all the past couple of days; I’m drowning in mucus. Nose is raw from blowing; have to get some of those greased tissues. And get to the doctor. 


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 12/30/2019 at 07:58 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - December 28, 2019

Oh those open minded muzzies

Brunei: Celebrate Christmas, Go To Jail

Anyone found illegally celebrating Christmas in Brunei could face up to five years in prison, according to a reported declaration by the Sultan of the tiny oil-rich state.

Brunei introduced its ban on Christmas last year over fears that celebrating it “excessively and openly” could lead its Muslim population astray.

Christians and others can celebrate Christmas, but must do so in private and have to first alert the authorities.

Local Islamic religious leaders have promoted the ban, warning that adopting the trappings of Christmas is tantamount to imitation of another faith, prohibited in some interpretations of Islam.

Officials from the Ministry of Religious Affairs have also reportedly visited local businesses to ensure they are not displaying Christmas decorations, including Santa hats and banners with Christmas greetings.

Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, who has ruled the former British colony for nearly 50 years, introduced the ban on Christmas in 2014, the same year Brunei adopted a stricter penal code, based on Islamic sharia and including punishments such as stoning and amputation.

The Christmas ban is justified under the new laws – the punishment for celebrating Christmas is a fine of $20,000 or up to five years in prison, or both

Brunei is a dinky little kingdom on the northwest corner of the primitive jungle island of Borneo. Borneo is SE of Vietnam, SW of the Philippines, and E of Singapore. It is about the size of Delaware and has about half a million residents, all under strict sharia law, although only 2 in 3 are muslim. The country makes most of it’s money from oil and gas.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 12/28/2019 at 11:27 AM   
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Currying Favor Flavor


We got a year’s supply of curry paste for Christmas. We had a leftover roast chicken we’d been eating on, so the day after Christmas we picked the remaining meat off the bones and made curry. Curry is a great way to use up leftovers. With the canned paste it’s easy, and the stewing will soften up meat that may have dried out a bit in the fridge. We usually add a bunch of Asian extras to fancy it up, but the cans of the Maesri brand were new to us, so we just made it basic to try it out.

3/4lb or more of shredded roast chicken
1/3 of a medium yellow onion, roughly chopped
2 Yukon Gold potatoes, washed and cut into 1/2” cubes
1 can of good coconut milk
a couple dried Thai or Indian hot peppers
1/4 cup water
1/2 4oz can Maesri brand yellow curry, more if you want

Wake the curry up in the sauce pan by heating it until it starts to sizzle. Add the fat from the can of coconut milk, stir it in and let it heat up again. Add the coconut liquid from the can, stir. Add the chicken, onions, hot peppers, potatoes, and let it simmer. Add a little extra water in a few minutes if it looks a little too thick. Simmer covered for 15 minutes until the potatoes are soft, serve over rice. 2lb meat, a whole onion, and 4 potatoes will feed 6 people, but use the whole can of curry for that.

It was pretty good. Straight up, the curry paste is not hot, and not overly salty. We did not add any fish sauce, peeled ginger, kaffir lime leaves to amp it up, nor did we throw in a bag of frozen stir fry veg like we usually do. 


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 12/28/2019 at 10:25 AM   
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Holiday Recap, And If You Don’t Play You Can’t Win

Ok, I’m back. I was forced - forced I tell you - to take a few days off the blog due to holiday activities. We went to the annual Christmas Eve blowout at the cousin’s, and it was wild as always. Tons of food, loads of people. Much noise, much fun. Much alcohol. Got in at least 8 kinds of fish plus lots of everything else. I walked in the door and out came the butter and the bread knife, and this year’s giant loaf I made was eaten up in less than 10 minutes. Her cheesecake was the centerpiece of desert, although those guys were still out in the backyard frying up more fish and squid at 11pm. They go all night. Too much for us. Managed to get home at 3 minutes til Christmas. Did our own Christmas morning opening stuff - I really miss having a dog to “help” with the unwrapping; cats just aren’t into going wild with the piles of gift wrap - then went up to mom’s for a good long visit. Mom really scored this year, with so many things to open that she needed a break. Got back here late in the evening and happily slept until 10:30 the next morning.

And then we baked some more. She made yet another cheesecake - bless our Kitchenaid mixer, it really does the job - to take to our new friends at Cheap League. I made a batch of pretzels for them too, but they suffered a baking mishap so I only brought them two. The damn things glued themselves to the baking sheet, which I now have to soak for a day or so to try and get the crusts off. Pretzels get dipped in lye; that gives them the pretzel flavor. The lye water is caustic. In the past I’ve had brown parchment paper from King Arthur, but lately I’ve been using the white parchment paper that I can get locally. It’s not the same. Back in April, my last batch of pretzels stuck to the paper.  I didn’t use any this time, and they stuck to the baking sheet. Either I have to order a roll of the brown stuff, or try using one of those silicon sheets. I have two somewhere around here. But even with part of their undersides torn off, the pretzels were a big hit. If you like soft pretzels, my recipe is about the best you’re ever going to find. It’s a lot of work, but once you have one you’ll never be satisfied with a store made pretzel again.


And that brings us, finally, to bowling. The other team didn’t show up last night, and they didn’t pre-bowl. Oh sure, one of them kept calling the alley - “wait for me, I’m on my way” - but he never got there. So we had to roll against their absentee scores. We lost the first game by just a few points, and then went on to win the next two. Our newbie teammate made the 4-7-10 split, a holiday miracle. I called it, crudely, when her ball was halfway down the lane. She was thunderstruck; her ball just kissed the 4 pin and then got the 7, and the 4 pin slid slowly across the deck, not even wobbling, and dinked the 10 pin and they both fell. It’s one of the harder splits to make and a real thrill. So that was awesome. A while later my wife won the score match card game and won the pot that had accumulated for a month. $160. Sweet! The game is simple: Early in the third game a couple bowlers are selected to pick a card from a deck. It’s value, 0 - 9, counts as the first number. The second bowler picks a card from another deck. The two numbers together make up the winning number, and the matching scores from Game 2 win. So if a 5 and a 4 are drawn, then the number is 54, which means scores of 54, 154, and 254 are winners. Even with 40 people playing the game, most of the time there isn’t a match, and everybody’s weekly $1 just stays in the pot. So that was an awesome thing too.

The two of us were up at the lanes yesterday too. I gave her a new pair of fancy bowling shoes for Christmas and she had to give them a try. The place was crowded in the mid afternoon, and the lanes were burnt; used up. Our balls were hooking massively; I had to stand 5 boards over to even make my line, and still the ball was going Brooklyn most of the time. So it was crazy, but fun. I put on my robo-brace for more fun, and was able to rev the daylights out of the ball. And I guess I’m finally ready for it, because the throw felt right, and I was able to keep that feeling and get a bit under the ball last night at Cheap League. So my hook is getting stronger. I’m happy with that.

Our team’s scores weren’t anything astronomical, but they were good enough. So we took the night 5-0. Not 5-2. Like I said, the other team didn’t show up, so they forfeited. Bowling uses an “earn the points” method, which means that if your team is a no-show, you won’t win any points even if the other team can’t beat your absentee score. If you don’t play, you can’t win. And you still have to pay for that night too.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 12/28/2019 at 09:16 AM   
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calendar   Tuesday - December 24, 2019

Biggest Retail Sales Numbers EVAR !!!

“Trump is destroying the economy” complain the Dems “He’s killing the middle class”.

Record Breaking Retail Sales Numbers For This Holiday Season

Holiday shopping set records over the weekend, with Super Saturday sales reaching $34.4 billion, the biggest single day in U.S. retail history, according to Customer Growth Partners.

“Paced by the ‘Big Four’ mega-retailers—Walmart, Amazon, Costco and Target—Super Saturday was boosted by the best traffic our team has seen in years,” said Craig Johnson, president of the retail research firm.

Final Saturday before Christmas was the largest U.S. shopping day ever.

Job growth and fatter wallets, along with stronger household finances, have put consumers in a buying mood this season, Johnson said. And more of them are shopping online. As retailers offer improved web platforms, online spending so far this season has accounted for 58% of sales growth from a year earlier, he said.

Super Saturday’s results topped Black Friday’s $31.2 billion in sales by 10%. The next biggest shopping days were Dec. 14, with $28.1 billion, and Cyber Monday, with $19.1 billion.

While foot traffic was down at most malls, the conversion rate, or the percentage of people who go to malls and make a purchase, rose, Johnson said. Even long-struggling department stores “had their best weekend of the season,” he said.

This story comes from Mr. Nanny State’s personal news service, Bloomberg. So expect some bias ... this is the worst way they could write up this story. 


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Hanukkah Message From Outer Space

How Do You Light A Candle In Zero Gravity?


NASA astronaut Jessica Meir sends a Hanukkah message, with the whole world beneath her feet

Jessica Meir posted a picture on Sunday with a holiday message from the best possible vantage for a worldwide view of the holiday season.

“Happy Hanukkah to all those who celebrate it on Earth! #HappyHanukkah,” Meir tweeted Sunday evening, along with a picture of her feet, wearing cozy neon Hanukkah socks covered in Menorahs and Stars of David. Beyond, our little blue sphere continues its trek around the sun.

Happy Hanukkah to all those who celebrate it on Earth! #HappyHanukkah

— Jessica Meir (@Astro_Jessica) December 23, 2019

Meir, along with fellow astronaut Christina Koch, led the first all-female spacewalk aboard the International Space Station in October. “It symbolizes exploration by all that dare to dream and work hard to achieve that dream,” Meir said at the time.

Meir arrived on the ISS in late September and is scheduled to remain aboard for another six months before her return. Next year, she may have to settle for a festival of lights set against the flickering glow of candles, rather than the unmatched expanse of stars. Still, despite its lack of traditional trappings, this year’s celebration looks to be a special one.


Oh, and as for the candles ... lack of gravity makes a big difference.


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Merry Christmas To All

Merry Christmas


I don’t want to post about politics today. Or about crimes, or murders, or any of the other depressing garbage that is news in the world around us. Instead I want to wish all of you the best possible holiday, with peace, love, and happiness. And lots of extra patience for dealing with your guests who might turn out to be really annoying.

Ok, I think all our packages have arrived. I know I’ve got everything wrapped. Laundry is done, the kitchen isn’t a disaster and the garbage is out. Time to make two loaves of bread and some mincemeat bars. As always, we’re off to her cousin’s Christmas Eve event this afternoon, and then up to my mom’s place tomorrow. That’s a lot of driving. 250 miles for both round trips. Better top off the gas tank too. Do I have time to get a haircut? Oh, and I need to get some German beer, so I can whip out a batch of pretzels for Friday night. I guess I can sleep Saturday? At least we’re getting a break in the weather; it’s not that cold out and the chance of snow or rain is really really slim. Good.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 12/24/2019 at 08:56 AM   
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calendar   Monday - December 23, 2019

Shameless Plug For Charity


Canines for Disabled Kids helps to provide assistance and therapy dogs for kids in wheelchairs. It’s a non-profit that gets by entirely on donations. If you feel like spreading a little Christmas Cheer ...

Yeah, I’m a big fan of the comic strip Johnny Optimism, which stars wheelchair bound Johnny and his support dog Lance. Stilton’s little book of the early comic strips raised enough money to allow him to donate $100 to CFK. I’d like to help exceed that.



Posted by Drew458   United States  on 12/23/2019 at 12:44 PM   
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calendar   Sunday - December 22, 2019

Time For FISA To Go?

Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) : Eliminate FISA Court

Secret tribunals are so Nazi. This is not truth, justice, and the American way.

Biggs described the FISA Court as contrary to American values of due process.

“It is a secret court that has virtually no oversight and no transparency,” said Biggs. “So if somebody wants to go in and get a warrant, basically nobody is really actively reviewing those warrants other than these FISA court judges, and I think that is star chamber-esque. That is really not the American way.”
Biggs reflected on Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report outlining “17 significant errors or omissions” in the FBI’s application to surveil Carter Page, which occurred during James Comey’s tenure as FBI director under then-President Barack Obama’s administration.

“What I see here is the corruption of the deep state that has been revealed in Michael Horowitz’s report and it is what we have seen all along,” stated Biggs, “Michael Horowitz was limiting his scope to primarily to Carter Page, and you have 17 major problems with just that affidavit to get that warrant.”

FBI misconduct identified in the bureau’s operation against President Donald Trump may be pervasive across federal law enforcement and intelligence institutions, estimated Biggs.

Biggs remarked, “When you start looking at that and start peeling that back and look at the other areas that he found, it’s a pattern that is gross and is serious, and what it does is it undermines the constitutional republic that we have.”

“I think the court needs to be eliminated,” determined Biggs.

Let’s eliminate the Patriot Act while we’re at it. And take back all those additional spy powers that were just granted to the President. By the Democrats. WTF?


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Not that very many people ever read this far down, but this blog was the creation of Allan Kelly and his friend Vilmar. Vilmar moved on to his own blog some time ago, and Allan ran this place alone until his sudden and unexpected death partway through 2006. We all miss him. A lot. Even though he is gone this site will always still be more than a little bit his. We who are left to carry on the BMEWS tradition owe him a great debt of gratitude, and we hope to be able to pay that back by following his last advice to us all:
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