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Episode 10 · 1 year ago

8: Digital Leaders Week

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Andrew Batchelor's talk to Digital Leaders Week where he discusses how Dundee has transformed from a city of jute, jam and journalism into a city of creativity, design and digital transformation.

Oell welcome to DUNDECAS. My name isAndrebarchor on today's. I besord it's going to be something a little bit deaffriend as I was Antantono Post. You know th an audioversion of my talk forDIG Oders Week, which was featured last week n website and I asoncongest maybesheerness episode. You know Jusio just I don't no o here's an Audin version S.well, so I hope you enjoy it. I really enjoyed recording thess Um. It wasquite hard doing t al Ontacue, but it was someone that I was really happy todo and you know just talking about Dunde and you know just getting weihtpromoting that to an audience. swhitches maybe not been really reallyinto Dundee, but you know what was a quickod. So myself talk for the nexthalf an hour on thi on this episode of the Dundcast and talking about theJoders ndtalking about Dundebn digitoaa transfer from Goman journalism toodigital. So it's that sort of stuff so hope you enjoy the talk that am tha. Idid and remember if you want to support Dundiculture anendecast when o considerDonitin to I do M on coffee and Faid Wita, one of thenation or mentaldonation on anything anysupport would be very much appreciate and I lookforward seeing you in the next episode holthere my name's under Barchar andI'm ded to be speaking here for digital ees week, O twend and twenty eight.This Studi Oders Week is very important, as brings everyone together to talk andwearn and engage indidualal transformation across the country andam dawaited to be speaking to you today or about someone- that's quite personaland quite nice to me, Anso to at first a get to wait. Know who I am. My nameis Andrer Bachelor, I'm twenty years old and I'm from the Amisin City ofDundee Scotland. Now, what I do, Reais Tel, what digitalM, staffand, digital n information and all this sort of stuff- and so I run aSocial Medi, brancalled Dundeculture, which shook is- is Lundy to the worldby promoting news, information and events to wat of these amazing Wat of the amazint people who are fromDundee or who are from the UK or from the rest of the world, and so this issomething that I've been doing since I was twelve years old and I feel likethis is something that really has changed my life, because I was bornwith several disabilities and quudintrapolicy autism and epolepsy,and my peder told I would never be able to walk Er Talk. So this is somesomething that I really can't believe.

I'm doing so, I'm wante to share withyou something m that is quite important to me and you talk about the war frommy home city and Howars became. Am someone from a past industry of severalan like industries that was on which were traditionaltwo industries now,which are n turned into digitale? And you know just walking toward to futureSto am so someway of the talk that I am. The talk that wanting to talk about iswill focus on how Dunde has changed over the course of the last pastcentury, from e city of German journalism to set yof digit oftransformation, an teandesign- and this is something h, Tan, these quite wellknown for m the pre JS, which Don Hesbso its going to be all, but that-and I won't get raised ar into it so to explain about Dundene and peoplewho may not know B. Dundisa Dundy is the fourth largest city in Scotland andis Wenfi war of transformation over the course of the past few decades, and Ihad a Wa of bad hestery negative history M, as not reall heard the goodreputation in the past, but that's all changin. Now anthis of wh t all this isgoing to be op, so tlets get a start laks get into it, and I wanted to youknow, start off by explain abot about the Historo Bendy, because at linksorwhatw about the digital transformation that we have frnfor thefuature and to explain that we have to go turn back the cork to the Wa to thenineteenth and twentieth centuries, and that will help explain, give you anunderstanding and the change of Industries Duntehad from them to know.So so, back in the ninehteenth century,Dunde had melows, which start to produce jyt, which was a processantfrom Linnon and the interruption of the prison, fax andports during the Crimeancivil war and the C Ingerman American civil war resolved and APPRprosperitily for DD, because during that time m there is less west and there was lesss material that there was less material that they used.Journalese wars and Sodundi came in and helped and said and created and manufactured Jitto given give to exports across the world, and that became very popular andDundee. I fainul started becoming ell nown for the industry, Sayto things annot economic success and prosperity for Dunde, and at the time Jut was made for,like g sacks stuff like sing things that you'dprobably get in different mateial nowthat Wi me Houg of you know, Jwhichwere quite important and that were also...

...were Duin. That time had this sor stuffgoing on and and because of the g industry had on undand it was. It wassomeone quite important. I went on to be a splinter for many other industriesthat came to Dundee, such as shipbuilding and also marmoid as well,and that's where the jam comes into Yave the GT and then the jam is theKers Marmoid, which was manufactured here in Dundee and Kios. MARMELADE wasthe first manufactured and n normally to be selt across the Ukeand journalism came in from talk from. We have a Lo FGOUNERALISTN that springle on in the city, but back in June the twentiethcentury. We had the Opena of DC Thompson, which is a massive press,company Basin Dundee and they produced t e arlocal papers. They produce papersthat disipute across Scotland, and it's really something that has you know:Devane Dunde over the cours in Hndnineteen and twentieth centuries,and I saw gone back too all the stuff Eintoth e Gindustry. That wls, like I mentioned that, was ha w prosperity forthe ND back in the Ninetet to the twentieth century, and it wasn't untilthe early twentieth century that the GINDUSTRY started teclaim, simplybecause Dundee was competing, wet other places. Now to you know, manufacturedand originoly n. The people that made for which was was in Asian countriesand Quizziy Inteair, and all these different places an they start toproduce their own te, Tayor, Co, textstales and the own manufacture ofand really canpstrain on, Dundy at that time and they justreputing their ownand started seling up from ther much cheaper race. So That's how Dundeestarted e Wason, that from the toutside of Tig Industry and Dundee at that time fell into aneconomic crisis as unemployments level sword higher than the national average,and I was not really a good time for Dundie, because this was during the thethe just into the twentyecenttro in the Ninten tens. An the ttwenties andObviouslo the Great Depression had the huge Affectanin, the Iswe in thenineteen thirties, but thou changed because in after the Second World Warin the Waiten, Ningeteen Fortis, temix and anciar came to Dund. No, we don'tknow what Tame Exas Tamic are watchme cords they make watches they make kindof this sort of mcan techno using different metals and Wa to create hind,wates and Ou Kno. All that sort of an NCR came alone, and that was the firstcompact of something new that came to Dundee, because we never thought thatwe'd have in that situation. After...

...having these industries, which are veryimportant to go into something such as this is, was really surprised, soanciar came to Dundee and they produced a your typewraker. They still produce alat of the like the cin shops and that now with the like the Self Sky- andthey do all that sort of stuff, they do the tels, but all sudd at came back inthe Igten for in the nineteen fifties, the created like typeprayers- and youknow stuff- that was com, kind of news for Dundy and tatlinks kind of West.The Journalism Part Th, im uppart the free JS. So as really entr, it wasreally interesting to see new industries come to them Yat. That tame,because I was a woman's success and it was the biggest bom that Thanhe hadseen an employment since the CAUSUR of the g industry, and it was reallysomething that really changed: The city for the beater and but unfortunately,that didn't last, because in the nineteen ninetys wes timeexs they casedtheir doors and a prompted a huge striken SA. I wish gained a lat ofmediate. Attention and Tay makes oventially caused and it wasa huge bul for Dundy, because many jobs fer a was main people were Madedun denand only once more felln O of economic problems. And but it was really something that really domaged to say quite badly, becausetimaxs were a huge company in Dundee and all these jobs were wost and I wasI was not really good time but wasn't lost because something else washappening in the week of the Tamix strake and it was infol involved. TheTe Institute of Technology, whic, N Hosan, nine hundred n Igety four wasgranted university status and became on as the University of Apetidundee, notTodeois, just opporte university. But this this new university also comingfrom this intitrute of technology and started bringing in a lot of newextuents, because three years later after being grand a UNIFERSATY, startus, Aberty onghed a computers game to thesame degree, and that was the first ever in the world. To you know: Hav thesort of degree and a Wal of students came on board with is, and I reallychanged. Dunthese Dya, Hav Weul perceive how we preceve ourself at thattank. So ABETA waunchd, this ne computer tthe same degree an with a major hat first in the world, to offer thisdegree furst in the world too an to cok this idea- and it was the first worldto improve, implement such course, but because of the course the lide studentsto become aware of about the production of video games and what was Goinn, Owha went into Careatan on and ot agained, all ar of interestful students,and there was a scroup o Aberty who bounded together to create the roomgamein company Diamade, the signe...

...dear mad, the same CR lemens in thenineteen nineties and after they're. Always they side working on their nextgame called racent, chicks or we are we all tnewise. Everyone should know this.As GRANDFAV toughtto and grafafter OL became a major hat with video gamefinds, and this was something hat. You don't realize that this was made inDundee, and this was our step into this new digital age and something that camefrom you now going fromggerman journalism to curry INVIDEO Games inspace of free four decades. It's just something! That's incredible, and so so theamisain came upwards. Recent CEST,which weever ecame Onas, GRANDPAF or, and it became a heck, Toa, fidual gamefinds and and but at the same time- and I was very antrestd, an Wen bout, thisBu. At the same time there was a lar of contressos fromm, thenwisal grandfat,because members of pariment Um went and ow. Shehad held special ebear on the wast of Thi Scheme Somepu due to the fact thatthey thought that the skng could have a pery, negative influence on Gamers andmaybe influence attitude of those gamers to maybe do something that isn'treally nice, but that really didn't harner. That didnot ruin the success of the game, because D M te made the same relaterbought over and they renamed to. We knew as e video game oversionalwise asrock star North and they oventially moved out of Dundee and then opened upshop in Edinburgh. But despite that, rockstor north me have moved on, butthings were just getting started, an und in n ineten nd. Eighty nine. We sawthe opening of the dundecant contemporary art, which is an LARCcenter, which is featured hich features, galleries and Cenemas, which occupies aformer escape park in the Hartwon say: Nodca was DC as its short to is quitesomething that is amazing that someone doneas never seen before and UNARCSanto, which has brought quite a lot of creative ty, bringing up that veryinterested, an audience. Ono tart learning more about critivity in thearts and than Thee, and that wasn't the only thing becauseat the same time dungie was alsom. Ganokwaof successful the Duncan andJorgan store an art colce and that brought an kind of design, creativityto a whollnewevel and busted out with a war of m interest increating in artwork crretn design, crn tgstaff as well, and our influence cameon to...

...build something quite special forDunden for the future. So not only M, not only W H Widelaa,but we also opened up a new sign center, a year water and two, those and M which integret new technology forofessors to interact with, and this was another game changer for the sae,because there was nothing like this before and dunly. Never seen. Someonelike this before and the the successes of Hoven the DCA and Te Dunde Sinsaranalsotha interested in the Duncan and Jordanston our college, which is PartoTan. The university. All of these SUCCESSOS, prompted to Consele Tan, theSETOCAMO, the Pan for a redefelpment of dunle's waterfront and changed on thisimage for the future and as a whole. DONSCON, theINIVERSTHEN, the Awan on Aberty and other other institutes. OCOSS city allcame together to try and S and try and agree, and hopefully pryme at that time,to get a new museum put on the Waterfron on the bacx lotter of tea,and that was when the Vni Dahe came in and het was a success. The announcementof suching we seen was big news for the city because it would be Scotland'sFista, desagne museum and all these new defilments were ten te. To Am alwaysthe new defelpment of the Warrfront Andotwhic was apprined to have changesto Dundee by the twenty thirties and at that time now a we're still currentlyworking on th as the comsoeroenes to be a digitalb authority by the end of thetwenty twenties to e Thentan Thirti is an, but what was very interestin wasbecause of this new waterfront. We had a wat of people from like some digital companies andthen the work on on this new art which a done the the new dundy waterfront anda Freede Mordol at their store of Ta n technology like this was unbelievable'cause. This was still seven eight years ago when Olthirs came out and itwas really someone that was quite creble, because dunthe use used ispower, ofverts, like Figul game, digital creations and all this sort ofstuff to the CRINARP which shook Istundee in the future and what couldlook like m and what the war Fan Goodwook like. So this was somethingthat was quit incredible and you wouldn't think than Tyeu would be inthis position from being the city of G Charman Journalism too, being theredefilpment of the Waerfnt d due to the change of industry. So it wasunbelievable, and this new ark which came out and wh shoo, is the frcal.warfriend was someone that was never seen before and at this time and Ols,because the waterfront was getting quite a lal of attention at the moment.At that time an then you went on to bed for the city ocuttr in thwentyseventeen, and that's where I came in...

...so I was Lik twelve at the time, and I and I wanted to know, dosomething to help support the DEJ contrabate, because I've always loveden e and Avehost Te Passion for the indeed, and this love I kind of feellike went on to be somehing quite special for me to try and do somethingand have power and play my card, because it was something when I was onwhen I was on Facebook, I went on and Thwhen a fundl were Brinn for it Eltonsearched to find. There was any campaigns about going on. I couldn'tsee anything on Lane, so I went ahead and cr the fispepage, which wouldbecome on a dundy culture, and you know, promote te St Culture Bred Unaware thatthe big team saw this and thought it was a work of the UNIFERST Distan. So Iothey offered me to go on board help out and the whole sa of culturalexperience has been. Amuze was amazing because brought in some more passion,Fordendounians and what was intrestd during the bed was like Theco thecampaign the used ECAUSE team had their own company, which I didn't think therewas one the Oucha had theirown campaign on, should focus digitally on creatingstories, cren experiences and memories of what people love Unde and why weshould get he stculture, and you know just something that was very quitepassionate for some d. You know to get involved in, and so I was lie twelve at this timeand being involved in this sort stuff s wasbrilliant and I was exciting because the city had a strong case for Listennfor thes because of the new developments that Wele go on in thecity and desmay ad being a great tame during the campaign, and there was aWat of Stol theres cestal of negativity going on, but we really compared towhat it was like back in Ni, seventies, eightie, nd ninties. You had adifference of like some new Comminon and you know Lo peo atually te startovertime starts seeing the opportunties that could come from this and don theunfortunate loskted up to help. But there's Mainno reasons why that is acase because Bund F ike didn't win the city of culturebt because of thedefelments. I were going on: Fo the city, Iam Woth, the transformation and gaing the Musi Gettin the VNI, andgetting all this Warfron defolment and then bring n resorting more investmentcomin to SA, whereas in hol that was it really the case. And but that wasn'tthe end, and that was that was only the beginning of what I was doing but wasalso the beginning of Dunte wor. This new approach hat the city was takenbecause way a year after this Dundy was named as the UKIS first genestical cityof design, and this was a huge change and a huge order for thendetal becausebeing the Yuki's first UNISCA city of...

...the sane that warm Sai es acrossemorate and across the in the United States and across across the world swith someone. That was to be proud of and tengoing in the ranks of these MajorCasse Stt to buy n and which rwho wear. Also te twin was infonway enough and wewe gogt. We established new relationships with these cities usingtrying to use the same the same aspects and also thecreative t and the dishtop, the digital tranformation that Thenhewent through and to you create this to creat these relationships, and it wasvery overy difinintly, something that was never the case buck a few decadesago, so being named Sckis all liginess c. The thing was was incredible and that also prompted was the opening ofthe Vienne Dundee, and that was where Dundiaik ad becoming well known quiteacross the UK across Europe and across the world, and the banefits of the Vina came quitewell and spared more people to get involved in in Tefferen, likeindustries as well somewher to Howj how G Broug or the spone mindustry such aChepbeld, Ann and Marmaateand also journalism. We kind of have our newcovalent to the N, so Donde is now an quite a good great place for electricvehicles, and this was something that M has brougkt Wa war of interest and- andit really has been praised for the DESACONSO and also there will callprojects and natiatives and those working hard in Unde. An wererecognized m for the work anddact and away because of the WORKWIT tricvehicles and n being fihionar about is that Dunde was actually named an the most feiocity in Europe forelectric vehicles, and this was m. This was an Aqd Dundisa,ontithe people, dn Tok Qt Prade, because someone that we'd never thoughtDun't even be in the case back then to have this suddenly it now. It's justbeet incredible was incredible and it was interesting, Tokoofdesin aspect ofsomeone that we we were used to n, that we care what you starte s as good, butwe never reali. I think, as I say, we never realized that we could get stuffwit this, and this was an acoly that was given to us in Japan and TA. He wasquite was well known. N Across Quiteo ar of Japan at on because o'cause thevinn Dundee was the same by King Okuma, who is a Japanese architect. So therewas a law of events go on between...

Dundee and in Japan as well because ofthe fiene and the same aspects of the sort stuff and also and all that stuffand as really interesting to see where unde is now because dundees avebecoming a smart, smart Cety for a reason like the eletric vehiclesomember halpenn current report are hoping: Dundwel become a digit ocalauthority by the end of the decade and we're hoping to have five gintegratedwife, I into the Waterfren and Rehopin to you know of their sort of exsanestuff too tho bring more digital stuff, an and its dareway. I changed for thefuture and as all tanks them to the Workan th projects up of the lakes ofthe VNA DCA Dudesin Sant early Commantione, as just been incredible,watching and seen them begrow from being the city ofj JamanJournalism, traditional trades, trodicial industries to become in adigital city with so much going on and M, not finished there, because there'sstil much been going on recently that I want to really I din as well Sa Wivh Dundee Hoven Vini opend in oThousanda eighteen, a brought it did bring a new sense of prade and itbrought a walk. People and Unde from alllk. Te Wife to you know cometogether and Shel pray velicity, and this was al. The influenceha, thePhieni, had included on the n being featured and margazine top classmogacine such as time New York, times N Wimbarg, CNND travel, AC, condinast andall these different puplications start recognizing Tham theisas topplace. Avisit were named stacation m set of the year and were also named as one of thebest places told ov in in the bar C wive in Scotland. On two occasions in Ione tousand nine hudred, an Tho thusand and twenty. So it's done that wascontrasted to about ten years ago wherethen. He was actually named MScotland's ugly Doct, quin N to nowbein Scotland's best placed to lave in in s.He howas best place to live, and it was something that really ha changed: Undefor the future thit sort. This amazing transformation of Wook of DifrentIndustries, which have transformed n through using vigital technology to noart, secretivity and Eand, what's been really interesting. So far, is an whenwe talked about the amy, dazine and rock star rocks are Noan the videogames industry and that that is one of the other reasons why dundees become ina fair digitalak city, because as of twenty twenty ous of Caran Research,there's over forty video game companies and Staros an Dundee- and that is quitea wal and some of those Fiyo game companies indqlode four Ge Studos, whoare nuitipaly known for cre, an...

...ondevelopment developing theconsolveritess of Mancraft, which is the best tyogin fortems of SOS in theworld. So Al That's creat here and Dundee, andthat was never I was was Amazeng of these people am korein video games, CRand Contein, and your just changing Dundee or the future, and all these allof this has brought a Wa ofninvestment into the SA and, for instance, Zevinisandparts has brought an investment oe as millions of pons into theDundianscosh economy as well, and so an r acture an moment as well. OPORTI UNIFERSITY, which brefoationthere we are was going to was B, has been named and Asha at the moment as well.OPPORTUNIFERSITY has recently been named for the seventhy year on the rule cut out O Idinos CTHOUSE soand. Currently no appeniversity hasrecently for the sex time be named to the best place to study vidiol GameDesan in Europe. An- and this is an acclly- that's been giving us imby Wa of respective M, like a'd IPOTI fror. Six time has been namedas Abess M place to study video game to same in Europe, and its also beenamedin Theunifersitgat is one of the best fasiis to study in the UK and Isi. Iwas Swen tem Crie Abolt, because then these video game industry is reallyskyrockaknoas, ew, theasekid or so with more video games being creed andWaor. Your Games am from students from Abertea husband, helpand people and aswell, because there's been e an interest in game that, for instance, Iwant to quicky IDN- was that there was this ofedial game from Abertin studentswho, which was developed with the purpose of it. Helping people were SSAfibroces, you know where and how to adapt, and you know just that sort OFANascanon than he's doing, but its no only opertie, because I've done theuniversity as well we're having a wat of Hem Break Freiz and using using morethan technology and and using Asol digital it a knowges as well to findways to stop or Sop coverd inteen, for instance,m M and findtracks to Tryindial Gereal...

...any symptoms of that coming up andtheviews technology. In that sort of aspect you nor help even wke stop the spread of the cop of nineteen,but all saw what what's been interested in his wall is that the Anfeshan he hasrecently became the first work with Anjesisi to make sure thatthere there's- I I din't, know W. I'm sin e on going and the Unifersity of Dundee has helped,and you know vusially Gal E. Do me thatright and and so wha about the future, there'sbeen so much exciting stuff happening in the city and it's being prined ou Mand is Bengsatin becausethere, there's plans to hope, foy and it's not beencofromed. Yet. As of this talk record, then that there's holeful going to be anew East ports, IA in Dundee and aaresnix was n. These video gameindustry, which we have and it's really transforming the way we see Dundee andeast sports- is Qui a huge affant using video games using technology. DigitalTechnology Toyou know how these affens to come together, and you know ifsomeone that will help or war Ol the stuff for the hopefully help bring moremoney into te and Scotland to can me as well somewhat tothe, Vianese, helpedand thats o the only thing, because we are whole poin in the future. That wellbe well beget in an Edon project initiative whic we saon Te. I knowthere's some in England theres one in England, so thee hoping to bringScotland's first eaten project to Dundee, but were still Workino werestole Wokin, Onhopefoy, Getin, Ou and tame, but in the future. Who knowswhat's going to happen, because all these amazing stuff has came from thenthese experiences of getting over and trying to gain away from as negativeand is wil industries to and positve and new industries as well? And it's been really someone- that's beenintereste that I watch because I feel like the twenty first century. I inDunde become more coughd an tself denitely, and it's really been good tonor have this Opportunity Tu nor shur case Hav Den. These a good placeand aways became of very it, was very nofors traditional industries, but nowit's wil startd to go wforce, digital, creative and and M cotroule industriesas well. So and as that's what I find incredibleto say and who knows what the future's going to hold for und, because I don'tknow wh will happen next, because we dont it no and I'm hoping that we willbecome well use way. We use the...

...technology in the state to our advinageeven more, to try and bring wat the stuff to bring a lot more positivity ina warkmore Industri es to come to Dunde, using this using degal moderntechnology in the process as well an and I'm hoping that we can soon getsomething in the city that will be proud of. MWHIC shall bringt, whichwill use technology, and you know mcdeda smart city, even more of a smartcity an and I feel like it's very important to Youno, tell Youl thisfruit and it's a vairy ideal. That is on that you oders as well for thejuders week, because Dundi was named in the top Tan for smartsey of the year anthis year in the del the OI hundred awards. So to talk about you know howDun yeis changed from anthen from past industries to benamed and the top Tansmarteries in in the country by digit, oiders theres been nothing assures howthe Sete has transformed itself for the future, and I would say what I've done. Ith undee A and myofferdendi really has shown. I feel that more people are morepositive and more open about Tandee and how is more positive, I' and IAMwooking forward to see what happens next for tend, because and for what Ido donedeculpture because m. Some me also not know that I have also. I wasalso involved: Winh digit orders from a D, beining n t top younggeolders andthe UK back in o thoentyn seventeen. So and that's how I became you knowinvolved in the SORC stuff. So I do want to just say. As a final word, Iwant to say that Dundee has been an incredible example to how aesthetic antransformed from traditional wold industries and transform an intosomething new, which is a complete oucicer of what it was moon fororiginally, and I think Duny's a good example that-and I think hopefully iwill be a good influence for other small cades whowant to go for that change, because Dundy has went for Al. What of harshcriticism over the course of the past few decades and stilloccasionally get'sbeing made for fun of but I'll tell you something don'teischangeand and thedigital transformation citizens wase incredible, and I just can't w see whathappens next. So it's been a pleasure talking with you them at this event andit's ween not honor to be part of it, and you know- and I've been really I'mexcitd to hear other talks from sevent and I hope you and encourage Outnowhach othe takoother emesan speak of Te Prosscountry, because there's Sto manygood opportunities to you wearn and get...

...noted with you know: Information aboutdigital transformation, because everything changes and the world is changing all around us andI feel like never I's a good time to you know be positive as well. So as aswhy I encourage you teday. I hope I really hope you enjoye this talk and ifyou want to Follo me on Enn DEDECR make sure you dois andicultur for everythingand also m rememberd. If you want to come to Thete, encourage Y to Fisit Tuded, because this city is amazing and it's changed so much so I really hopein time whefor one carwit Nantin can com. I encourage you to also come tothe indeed, because there's so much opportunity, Genis amazing history, thShboldens, we solve the discovery, which is one of the most voships OebondUnde, the road's orders of specific boatshipping for research, an world andstuff like that that I feel like Mex repr to be in Dondonian so and thatwitl, a NN and also thebind scors- is Wochn. AOUT, Gallery N Dunde dos allthese stuff from flanks that I would really encoach come on visit dund.Hopefully, once the Pondamit came calm, then Tha Liv further. So thank you verymuch and I encourage you to stay safe and keep kill. Thank you.

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