recycled program

dailymotion

Shoma’s mini-documentary (06/06)

00:12

I didn’t know in which direction Medove and Yuzu-kun were gonna start head banging. So I was thinking “Which way will it be which way will it be”, while watching them from the corner of my eyes and they started and I was like “This way!!”

00:41

I was so relaxed (at WTT), I wasn’t stressed at all.

01:04

The boot was so loose. I sacrificed my 6 minute warmup time to wrap the tape around it. I don’t think there’s anyone out there who wastes so much of their warmup time like I did.

01:52

My coach kept shouting “Do the 2T!!” So I was telling her “Impossible, I’m not doing it”. We were communicating during my performance.

02:19

Everyone prepares for four years for the Olympics don’t they. I’m sure they get super nervous (at the Olympics). But I want to go to feel the weight of the nerves that I’ve never felt before.

  • Obi-Wan: Five years ago, The Council said we had to start a recycling program for Earth Day so Anakin took the lead on that and introduced us to a very close friend of his named Recyclops.
  • Anakin (in flashback): Happy Earth Day, everyone. I’m Recyclops. Did you know that an old milk carton can be sawed in half and used as a planter?
  • Obi-Wan: The next year he really stepped things up.
  • Anakin (in flashback): Who has put a number seven plastic in a number four bin?
  • Obi-Wan: A year after that Recylcops really began to take shape.
  • Anakin (in flashback): Recylops will drown you in your over-watered lawns.
  • Obi-Wan: Then tragedy struck Recyclops when his fictional planet was attacked by some other fictitious thing...I can’t remember.
  • Anakin (in flashback): Recyclops will have his revenge.
  • Obi-Wan: I think this was also the year he renounced Earth Day and vowed to the destroy the planet he once loved.
  • *Present Day*
  • Ahsoka: Oh my God, you guys, look. It’s Recyclops.
  • Anakin: Recyclops destroys! [starts tearing through the camp]
  • Cody: Oh, is today Recyclops Day?
  • Anakin: Yes.
  • Cody: I thought you were killed by Polluticorn.
  • Anakin: Polluticorn wishes. [starts spraying the office with something]
  • Rex: That’s aerosol spray. It’s terrible for the environment.
  • Anakin: Humans are terrible for the environment.
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Five years ago, corporate said we had to start a recycling program for Earth Day, so Dwight took the lead on that, and introduced us to a very close friend of his, named Recyclops.
The next year, he really stepped things up. A year after that, Recyclops really began to take shape. Then tragedy struck Recyclops when his fictional planet was attacked by some other fictitious thing, I can’t remember. I think this was also the year that he renounced the Earth Day and vowed to destroy the planet he once loved.

yuzuru will skate to ballade again as his sp for the olympic season


(many are disappointed with Yuzuru’s choice to skate to ballade again because it looks like he was playing safe, or that it has been used twice, or that he already showed its fullest potential. but i guess it was normal for him to skate recycled programs during the olympic season. parisienne walkways? rj 2.0? maybe the reason why he chose to skate to ballade again is because maybe lgc scarred him so much that he actually lost his confidence that he can skate a clean sp (remember when he said “maybe im not good at SPs”?) and that he wants to feel the sense of achievement/accomplishment again for SPs. i get that some are quite disappointed, but hey, Yuzuru never disappoints, we all know that. we just got to trust him and wait what he can bring for the next season)

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Zijun Li, Le diable matou || 2016 Cup of Russia (x)

anonymous asked:

hi there so?? a lot of fic writers don't know this but it's not uncommon at all for skaters to recycle programs through different seasons so there's a 99.98% chance victor would use his old short program + stammi vicino for russian nationals at the least if not euros and worlds as well. idk it just bugs me when fic writers have victor getting you don't have to publish this if you don't want.

That’s an interesting fact!

However, with Victor’s personality, I don’t think he would want to pull out the same programs he’s already shown people. He likes surprising others, and using the same programs as last year would be underwhelming. Like treading water. He’s not the type to do something that keeps him comfortable when he could make jaws drop instead. 

Also, remember that this is an anime world where the scores these characters receive are a bit outlandish. It’s fiction. It’s exaggerated.

In general, if something in fanfic bugs you, I would encourage you to try your hand at writing what you want to read. Complaining about the plot preferences of writers (especially when they spend many hours writing fanfic at no cost to you) will only encourage them to be silent.

Trust the King of Ice

Yesterday when Team Yuzuru announce that Yuzu will use chopin as his SP for Olympics, most of his fans(fs fans) are whining bcoz it is a recycle program, 3 times in fact. People are saying that they are disappointed and said it was a wrong choice.
BUT to those people! Kindly remember this…
Yuzu is one of the greatest figure skater or the greatest of all time for a reason. The king knows his craft, he’s a genius, he knows what he needs to do to achieve his dreams. He has been doing that since he was a child, and he keep succeeding.

The reigning Olympic and World Champ, the 4x Grand Prix Champ, and sp/fs/total world record holder will fight for that GOLD next season. Lets keep calm and trust him cause he never disappoints. Lets pray for him to get that gold, even champion needs prayer. And also lets pray for this season to succeed, and all the skaters will enter the olympic games 100% healthy.

anonymous asked:

What do you think about Yuzuru's and Shoma's choice of music for next season?

ride or die, bros that recycle together stay together

i mean, we don’t know what yuzuru’s fs is yet, but i’m not excited for him to bring ballade back for a third season, even if it’s a good program. i think he already did everything he could with it. maybe he could change the music cuts, tweak the choreo…but it’s still the same piece of music and if you’re going to spend time rechoreographing it, why not just make another program to different music instead? but considering that so many other skaters are also recycling old programs for the olympics, it’s…a strategy, i guess. not really a strategy i approve of, but that’s just me. i hope his fs will be new, at least.

shoma picked some of the warhorsiest warhorses, which means he has to work that much harder to overcome my trepidation. four seasons has the potential to be good, i like the little bits we’ve seen of it so far. (it also helps that even though there are 34636354 four seasons programs, i don’t like/remember most of them, so the bar is already set low for me.) i hope he’s going for a darker interpretation, that might be interesting. turandot is…well, he already confirmed it will have new music cuts and new choreo and essentially be a different program from the first, so i’ll wait and see how it goes. not excited about this choice either, but again, it seems to be the prevalent strategy for next season. he says he wants to show how much he’s grown by using it again, but i’m afraid that it might be seen as a step backwards instead.

basically, i’ll give the programs a chance, but i think both skaters are capable of more than this.

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In 2003, the local government in Kamikatsu, Japan decided to require that all residents comply with a new, rigorous recycling program - perhaps the most rigorous in the world.

Since then, the town composts, recycles, or reuses 80% of its garbage. It may not technically be 100% zero waste, as the remaining 20% goes into the landfill, but it’s a remarkable achievement for an entire community, in such a short amount of time. The impacts have been positive - cutting costs for the community drastically, as well as improving the conditions of the lush and beautiful environment that surrounds the town in Southeast Japan.

Residents must wash and sort virtually anything that is non-compostable in their household before bringing it to the recycling sorting center. Shampoo bottles, caps, cans, razors, styrofoam meat trays, water bottles…the list goes on and on (literally) into 34 categories. At the sorting center, labels on each bin indicate the recycling process for that specific item - how it will be recycled, what it will become, and how much that process can cost (or even earn). It’s an education process for the consumer.

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anonymous asked:

How can I safely start binding my chest?

You can buy binders from these sites

@gc2b-apparel​ (My #1 recommendation)

@shapeshiftersinc

http://www.f2mbinders.com/ (AKA underworks)

http://www.t-kingdom.com/

http://www.lesloveboat.com/shop/index.php?language=en

http://www.danae.info/en/?___from_store=nl

http://showcase.designveronique.com/designveronique/shop/postsurgical/men-1.html

http://en.nabeshirt.com/shop/

Used Binders

If you can’t afford a binder, don’t despair! Used binders are often passed on by post-op trans men or those whose binders may no longer fit. There are a few programs available that help distribute donated second-hand binders:

You can also try asking around for an inexpensive hand-me-down binder on one of themailing lists for trans guys or check out LiveJournal’s FTM Garage Sale and the FtM Sales, Swap, and Support group on Facebook.

How to Choose a Chest Binder

If you still remember your old bra size, you can find out your binder size by using theBra to Chest Size Converter Tool. If you don’t know your old bra size, you can measure yourself the old-fashioned way:

  1. Take a snug measurement of the fullest part of your chest using a tape measure (best if measured while clothed) and write that number down onto a sheet of paper.
  2. Measure underneath your chest where the crease is and write that number down as well.
  3. Add those numbers together and divide the sum by 2. This number will differentiate your size not only from brand to brand but from binder to binder as well.

Selecting a binder brand and style can be difficult: there are so many options that it can be overwhelming! Plus, there aren’t very many reviews of binders other than those about Underworks’ and T-Kingdom’s more popular models. After buying your binder, help make the experience easier for guys in the future by contributing your review to one of the review sites listed below.

Essentially, there are two types of binders: short ones and long ones. The short ones end right at your waist. The down side of these is that if you carry some extra weight, short binders tend to roll up and act more like a bra. The long ones can be pulled down past your waist by several inches, however it’s inevitable that it will still roll up. To reduce the chances of this, wear a belt. Choosing between a short and long binder has more to do with your body type, specifically your abdomen, and not your chest size.

Lastly, consider the location of the company you’re buying from. Buying from a company that’s closer to you can save you a significant amount of money on shipping costs.

How to Put On a Chest Binder

It might seem silly, but you’re probably going to need some help figuring out how to put on your new binder, particularly if you purchased one of the longer styles.

  1. Put your binder inside out and upside down.
  2. Step into your binder and pull the bottom of it up, ideally to your belt line. The binder should still be inside out and upside down.
  3. Use the sleeves as handles to pull the top of the binder (the end closer to your feet) up to your shoulders.
  4. Put your arms through the sleeve holes and adjust your chest to your needs. You may need to pull the bottom of the binder out from underneath itself if you don’t want it folded under. For others, leaving it folded under may help stop the binder from rolling up.

Don’t be disappointed if you look in the mirror and it looks like you have one big boob in the middle of your chest. You just need to adjust your chest. Reach in from the neck hole and push your chesticles down and out. You’re basically pushing your nipple toward your armpit to achieve the flattest looking chest possible.

FTM Chest Binding Tips

Very important: When binding, you should not by any means feel as though you can’t breathe or like you’re going to pass out from a lack of oxygen.

Binders aren’t the most comfortable things in the world. To make binding more comfortable, and to reduce the possibility of the binder moving around a bit, some guys wear a light shirt underneath.

Depending on the size of your chest, you may need to layer clothing on top of the binder to get optimal chest flattening. You’ll find that some of the shirts in your closet require you to layer more than shirts in your wardrobe.

You can swim in your binder. Just wear a sleeveless or sleeved T-shirt over it. Don’t worry if your binder seems less effective after a swim, this isn’t permanent. Simply wash it and it will go back to normal.

Your chest will look bigger than it really is when you look down at it. Check in the mirror for a more accurate side view.

Not all binders breathe well, and the reality is that you’re probably going to get hot. If you’ve already started testosterone, you’re definitely going to sweat. The build up of sweat can irritate your skin causing rashes and sores. Wearing a thin cotton shirt that breathes well underneath your binder may help prevent this. If you find this uncomfortable, try applying corn starch to your body before putting on your binder to help keep it from holding in moisture. If you’ve already experienced skin irritation of some sort, take care of it the same way you would an open wound. Washing the irritated area with anti-bacterial soap will keep it clean and help it heal faster.

Conclusion

Chest binding, as cumbersome as it may seem, can be very freeing for transgender men. There’s a plethora of quality FTM chest binding products available for body types of all shapes and sizes. Regardless of what you use for binding, please remember to put your health first. Now that you’re armed with all the information you need to find the right binder for you, go forth and feel more comfortable in your skin!

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Here I am again! This time I’m coming with a post about CAS – I have some ideas and advice for you!


What’s CAS?

Creativity, Action, Service – those are three types of extracurricular activities you have to complete during your IB program. I believe IBO’s definition is pretty clear:

“The three strands of CAS, which are often interwoven with particular activities, are characterized as follows:

•   Creativity – arts, and other experiences that involve creative thinking.

•   Activity – physical exertion contributing to a healthy lifestyle, complementing academic work elsewhere in the DP.

•   Service – an unpaid and voluntary exchange that has a learning benefit for the student. The rights, dignity and autonomy of all those involved are respected.”


How many activities/hours do you have to complete?

I believe it really depends on a school. Some time ago there was a rule that you had to complete at least 150 hours (50 in each category) during two years of IB, but that’s not the case anymore (however, my school still requires us to do so). When it comes to number of activities, I think the formal requirement is at least 2 per category, but my school for example wants us to have at least 3. My best advice here is: just check how it works for your school. And don’t worry about the hours to complete; it’s really not that difficult (I mean, literally everything can count as your CAS activity, you just have to be smart enough to use it).


What can be your CAS activity?

As I said before, there are lots of options. Here are some ideas:

Creativity:

-       playing an instrument

-       joining a choir

-       participating in a theatre group

-       making a film

-       taking pictures and creating an exhibition

-       creating a blog

-       creating a Youtube channel

-       organizing a fashion show at school

-       taking part in Model United Nations

-       creating a recipe book

-       learning some IT skills

-       producing the school’s yearbook

-       writing for a school’s newspaper

Action:

-       football

-       basketball

-       volleyball

-       swimming

-       running

-       going to gym

-       handball

-       tennis

-       boxing

-       cycling

-       ballet

-       salsa/any other dance

-       ice skating

-       sailing

-       squash

-       skateboarding

-       hiking

-       bungee jumping

Service:

-       tutoring children

-       coaching children at sports

-       helping at an animal shelter

-       serving food at soup kitchen

-       raising money for charity

-       creating websites for organizations

-       assisting with a creation of a museum exhibit

-       taking part in a walkathon to raise money for charity

-       helping at your local sports team

-       establishing a recycling program at your school

-       baking dog biscuits for an animal shelter


What am I doing for CAS?

I have a bunch of CAS activities, including: this blog (obviously), gym, taking pictures during some school events, organizing Model United Nations (it was a great experience and I recommend it to everyone), taking a programming course on the local university, helping the local handball team with writing some documentation etc. and some others. Most of them are really enjoyable and help me learn a lot and grow as a person.


What’s my additional advice?

Use CAS to do what you like and what you always wanted to try. Treat it as an opportunity to learn, explore and be creative, not just like another formal requirement. As of formal requirements, write your reflections regularly (I think I didn’t mention it before, but you have to write reflections about your activities). I know it’s easier said than done, but it really helps a lot.

Good luck with your activities! 

beverlynotcleary  asked:

Do you have any tips for binding without a binder? My mom is kind of strict so I doubt I'll be able to get one :/

Disclaimer:

“Some use binding methods to help alleviate body dysphoria, but it has a level of risk attached to it. Because you are compressing tissue, it can cause damage and potentially even breakages to your ribs if done improperly, if things go wrong with your ribs, it has the potential to be lethal. So it’s important to be careful, safe, and use correct and healthy methods to stay happy, healthy, and look after your own well being.

Use the safest methods you can afford, and watch out for chafing, excessive sweating, rashes and pain. However, if you experience any issues around chafing, try wearing an undershirt or using a talcum powder under your binder of choice.

If you notice any pain in your chest, give yourself a breather and try to restrict yourself to 8 hours of binding at a time.

If you are having any difficulty breathing or are experiencing extreme pain, get your binder off. Straight away. And be sure to get yourself to a doctor or hospital as soon as possible if that doesn’t make it go away.

Take breaks from binding, too. If you’ve been binding every day for a week, maybe stay home for a day where no one will see your chest, or try layering shirts for a day or two.

Remember, above all else, to listen to your body!”


Do NOT, I repeat, do NOT use ACE bandages, duct tape or packaging tape to bind.

I will literally cry if you use packaging tape, duct tape or ACE bandages. 

PLEASE be safe about binding. There are too many horror stories of what can happen if you don’t research this thoroughly and really pay attention.

Buying a professionally made chest binder is the safest option out of any of these and I recommend that first and foremost. Look for binder donation blogs who can give away binders.

Contact: @transgenderteensurvivalguide, @transstudent, @transclothesexchange, @transgender, @transitiontransmission, @transgenderbenders, @transgenderfeels, @transtipsfortranspeople, @realtransfacts or absolutely any other transgender focused blog for assistance or tips involving binding.

Wikihow is Actually Useful for Chest Binding.

Information on Chest Binding.

FTM Guide.

Trans Hacks.

How to Sew your own Binder.

How to Sew your own Binder using a Sports Bra.

Binding Safety Guide.

Tips for Binding in the Summer.

Binding Tips.

Binding Safely for Your Body: Tips for All Body Types and Sizes

There are a few programs available that help distribute donated second-hand binders:

  • In A Bind – Started in 2012, to date In a Bind has provided safe compression garments to over 1500 youth in need. Trans* masculine and genderqueer youth living anywhere in the USA can apply to receive a free binder. In a Bind depends on donations. Recently had top surgery? Go up or down a size? Find a style that works better for you? Donate those binders you’re no longer using!
  • MORF Binder Exchange – Since February 2011, MORF has been providing free binders to trans* masculine people in the UK and around the world. The free scheme (all you pay is the postage) has so far redistributed hundreds of binders. In 2014 alone, over 280 binders were sent out.
  • Replace the Ace – USA only
  • Big Brothers Used Binder Program – Donation required
  • Mazzoni Center’s Binder Recycling Program – Only for youth enrolled in P.A.C.T.S., Philadelphia.
  • Point 5cc Tshirt Company – Free binder with purchase of t-shirt
  • Come As You Are’s Binder Bucks Recycling Program – Canada only

You can also try asking around for an inexpensive hand-me-down binder on one of themailing lists for trans guys or check out LiveJournal’s FTM Garage Sale and the FtM Sales, Swap, and Support group on Facebook.


Silver from @andropologist says, 

“The ones I can definitely recommend are; 

T-Kingdom (I have one of these and it works so well, but they’re a little pricey welp!) 

Underworks (as a bonus they also carry compression bottoms too which I don’t see a lot of places) 

GC2Byou can also get them free through in a bind, though I think you have to be under 20 to qualify. 

Also don’t get the $5 binders off of ebay; those will heck up your ribs and they’re not even comfortable.”


If you can’t get a hold of a binder or sew your own, here are some tips.

Layering shirts.

This can be super useful if you’ve already bound your chest and you still have some visible chest tissue, or if you don’t own anything to bind with. It’s not hugely effective if you have a large chest, but hey. Better than nothing. A tight sports bra or undershirt under one or two larger shirts (button up shirts hanging loose, particularly ones with pockets on the chest are great for this) can make your chest look dramatically smaller.

Sports bra method.

If you own a couple of sports bras at home, try this out sometime. A tight fitting sports bra can totally flatten a small chest, and for those of us who are a bit bigger, try layering a couple. If you wear one bra normally and a second one backwards, it can be even more effective. There’s a few guidelines to follow, though! Try not to wear bras that are more than a size too small- they might fit tighter, but they can be super damaging. And if they’re particularly tight, don’t wear them for too long! I keep to a rule of 8 hours tops.

Neoprene.

This is a thick, kinda rubbery material. Like wetsuits. Actually, exactly like wetsuits. You can buy back braces and the like made out of this that will work for chest binding too. Just do them up under your arm to hide the Velcro, combine with a loose shirt and you’re good to go. You might need to trim it a little bit to fit, but it’s easy enough to do!

Athletic compression shirts.

A number of athletic apparel manufacturers make performance garments called “compression shirts.” These shirts are very tight fitting, and are usually made from Spandex, Lycra, or similar stretchy material. Compression shirts are designed to aid in muscle recovery, and often have excellent moisture wicking properties. Companies like Underarmour (www.underarmour.com) and Sweat it Out (www.sweatitout.com) make compression gear for athletes.

The pantyhose method

Stockings and pantyhose with a ‘control top’ can be converted into a super cheap binder. They’re not the most comfortable or effective things but when you’re stuck, it’ll help. Just trim the legs off, and cut a hole in the crotch for your neck- and voila! You might need to layer these, too, to make them more effective. Keep in mind that this isn’t the safest method, and try not to do it for long, but it’s good for an emergency.

Be. Safe. With. Binding.

Don’t give me a reason to worry about you, omg.

I love you all and I don’t want anything happening to any of you.

If you have any other questions, feel free to ask one of us.

I hope you have a lovely day, thank you for existing and please stay safe.

-Amber/Michael

Recycling old programs stays the trend of the upcoming season

So the next Japanese skater joined the trend RECYCLING OLD PROGRAMS This time DAISUKE MURAKAMI, he will be returning to “Bring him home” in his SP, which he used in the 2015-2016 season. (x)

So along with Shoma Uno and Yuzuru Hanyu Daisuke is the 3rd Japaneses skater to do this. XD 

Don’t get me wrong, I love each of them for different reasons and I love each of their old programs, but I am simply not a fan of reusing old music, no matter how good it was and how much I liked it! 

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Monday morning vibes.
I was pretty productive for a lazy day.
-did laundry
-cooked multiple meals for work tonight and tomorrow
-went back through bins I had already gone through and got rid of more stuff
-filled those half empty bins with stuff I’m saving that was taking up space in the plastic drawer set I’m trying to give to Morgan
-found a recycling program for my old electronics so that I can dump them with less environmental impact
-put my flag up from pride 🏳️‍🌈!!

Things I still need to do:
-drop off said electronics to recycle
-attempt to sell a couple pairs of shoes to platos closet
-drop off donation stuff and shoes if they don’t sell
-go back through stuff I’ve already gone through to see if I can possibly get rid of anything more (movies, dog stuff, drawers)
-start researching on buying a good long lasting desk for my room

The average college student generates 142 pounds of food waste a year, according to Recycling Works, a program in Massachusetts. And college campuses as a group throw out a total of 22 million pounds of uneaten food each year, the Food Recovery Network has found.

Now, colleges and universities are coming up with ways to prevent food waste.

When Food Is Too Good To Waste, College Kids Pick Up The Scraps

Photo courtesy of DC Central Kitchen

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Coffee Creek Correctional Facility is a prison for women, located in Wilsonville Oregon. It is the only women’s prison in the state of Oregon, after the closure of the Oregon Women’s Correctional Center in Salem. Due to the passage of Ballot Measure 11 in 1994, otherwise known as the mandatory minimum sentence law, the population of female inmates in Oregon quickly overwhelmed the 200 bed facility at OWCC, leading to the construction of Coffee Creek. The facility houses inmates in minimum, medium, and maximum security, and is designated as the housing unit for female death row inmates. Coffee Creek offers several job training programs including computer programming and Excel, and training programs in recycling plants on campus. The Oregon Department of Corrections also operates the Parenting Inside Out program which offers classes in parenting skills to mothers behind bars.
In December of 2014, six musicians from the Oregon Symphony performed a special concert for the inmates at Coffee Creek. The group performed such favorites as “The Little Drummer Boy” and “Santa Baby”, as well as songs from “A Charlie Brown Christmas. The concert had a profound impact on all who attended, inmates and orchestra members alike.

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The Bit Recycler Version 1.2
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Inside your computer are millions of little bits.
Each one of those bits can be a one or a zero and as your computer
runs programs each one of these bits changes its state, often
thousands of times every second.

Understandably, this puts a lot of pressure on your bits and,
after a period of time, some of your bits may start to wear out.
At first your bits become a little bit cranky and don’t change
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The Bit Recycler is designed to reconstitute your bits, making
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When you first run the Bit Recycler, the title screen will appear.
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determine their average state of health. When analysis has
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recommends bit recycling then choose “Recycle” from the Run menu.

Bit Recycling has three stages. First, your worn out bits are ground
up into a sort of bit ‘mush’. The bit mush is then boiled and poured
on to a conveyor belt where finally, brand new bits are stamped out.

Bit Recycling is a maintainence operation which should be performed
at least once a month. This will normally substitute for the old-
fashioned way of recycling your bits. Somewhere inside your computer,
usually tucked away beside the hard drive, there is a little container
called the 'Bit Bucket’. Worn out bits usually accumulate in the
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where they will be reprocessed.

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find into Ones.
This can cause great havoc for the computer user, so it is important
to ocassionally discipline or execute these subversive elements.
To do so, select Execute Subversive Bits from the Run menu after
Bit Analysis has completed.

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