Wednesday, November 30, 2016

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Chapecoense players before their Copa Sudamericana semifinal against Argentina's San Lorenzo, November 2


by Louise Burke, Chiara Palazzo, Oliver Griffin, Medellin and David Lawler




A chartered plane with a Brazilian first division football team crashed near Medellin while on its way to the finals of a regional tournament, killing 71 people, Colombian officials said. Six people survived.

The British Aerospace 146 short-haul plane, operated by a charter airline named LaMia, declared an emergency and lost radar contact just before 10pm on Monday (0300 GMT) because of an electrical failure, aviation authorities said.

The aircraft, which had departed from Santa Cruz, Bolivia, was transporting the Chapecoense team from southern Brazil for the first leg of a two-game Copa Sudamericana final against Atletico Nacional of Medellin, which was due to be played on Wednesday.



"What was supposed to be a celebration has turned into a tragedy," Medellin mayor Federico Gutierrez said from the search and rescue command centre.

The club said in a brief statement on its Facebook page that "may God accompany our athletes, officials, journalists and other guests travelling with our delegation".

The @AeropuertoMDE confirms LAMIA Bolivia RJ85, registration CP-2933 has crashed near Medellin, Colombia. https://t.co/ayIDZCJVZs pic.twitter.com/GUzZcwHkwo
— Flightradar24 (@flightradar24) 29 November 2016

Dozens of rescuers working through the night were initially heartened after pulling three passengers alive from the wreckage.

But as the hours passed, and heavy rainfall and low visibility grounded helicopters and complicated efforts to reach the mountainside crash site, the mood soured to the point that authorities had to freeze until dusk what was by then a body recovery operation.



Among the survivors was a Chapecoense defender named Alan Ruschel, who doctors said suffered spinal injuries. Two goalkeepers, Marcos Danilo and Jackson Follmann, as well as a member of the team's delegation and a Bolivian flight attendant, also survived the crash. However Danilo died a short time later.

Also killed was Tiago de Rocha Viera, a 22-year-old forward. A video spread online of Viera's thrilled reaction to learning one week before the crash that his wife Graziele was pregnant with their first child.

The plane was carrying 68 passengers and nine crew members. Four other people listed on the flight manifest did not board the plane. Twenty-one of the passengers were journalists, of whom just one survived.



Según primeros reportes, en la aeronave (matrícula TT2933) viajaban 72 pasajeros y nueve tripulantes. Autoridades ya están en el lugar.
— José María Córdova (@AeropuertoMDE) 29 November 2016

Local radio said the same British-made aircraft transported Argentina's national squad for a match earlier this month in Brazil, and previously had transported Venezuela's national team.

The black boxes were found, and could play a crucial role as investigators try and determine what caused the crash.

Alfredo Bocanegra, the head of Colombia's aviation authority, said initial reports suggest the aircraft was suffering electrical problems although investigators were also looking into an account from one of the survivors that the plane had run out of fuel about five minutes from its expected landing at Jose Maria Cordova airport outside Medellin.



The team, from the small city of Chapeco, was in the middle of a fairy tale season. It joined Brazil's first division in 2014 for the first time since the 1970s and made it last week to the Copa Sudamericana final - the equivalent of the Uefa Europa League tournament - after defeating two of Argentina's fiercest squads, San Lorenzo and Independiente, as well as Colombia's Junior.

"This morning I said goodbye to them and they told me they were going after the dream, turning that dream into reality," a Chapecoense board member told TV Globo. "The dream was over early this morning."

The team is so modest that its 22,000-seat arena was ruled by tournament organizers too small to host the final match, which was instead moved to a stadium 300 miles (480 kilometers) to the north in the city of Curitiba.

"This is unbelievable, I am walking on the grass of the stadium and I feel like I am floating," Andrei Copetti, a team spokesman, told The Associated Press. "No one understands how a story that was so amazing could suffer such a devastating reversal. For many people here reality has still not struck."




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alegría, alegría y placer
esta noche nace el Niño
en el Portal de Belén

Sopas le dieron al Niño
no se la quiso comer
y como estaban tan dulces
se las comió San José

Vamos al Portal
con su resplandor
que salga la luna llena
y el hermoso sol
ella nos alumbra
con su resplandor

Alegría, alegría, alegría
alegría, alegría y placer
esta noche nace el Niño
en el Portal de Belén

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Warehouse Operations by RICK STINCHCOMB, UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA PRESS

Introduction to Warehouse Operations

In its simplest form, “warehousing” is the storage of goods until they are needed. The goal of warehouse operations is to satisfy customers’ needs and requirements while utilizing space, equipment, and labor effectively. The goods must be accessible and protected. Meeting this goal requires constant planning and ongoing change.
How does your organization view warehouse operations? Some will say it is an unavoidable cost of doing business, others that it is a necessary service to our customers. A few will say it is a valued part of our publishing program. While we all agree that warehousing is an unavoidable cost and that it provides a necessary service to our customers, do we also agree that it is valued part of our publishing program? I believe we do. The only question is who should handle warehousing needs: should we do our own or let someone else do it for us? Either way the effectiveness of warehousing operations certainly will contribute to how your customers perceive your organization. You can publish great books, but for them to receive high praise, your customers need to receive them promptly and in good condition.
Do you know your customers? Do you, for example, consider other departments in your organization to be customers? If not, there could be trouble. The needs of all of your customers must be considered in all warehouse-planning activities. Otherwise, rather than meeting their needs, you probably are reacting to their demands.
How can I solve this problem? How can I meet this need? Those of us in warehousing are continuously asking ourselves such questions. I have never found a one-fits-all solution to the challenges I have faced. Each problem can have multiple solutions. Such factors as available space, equipment, personnel, and investment capital, as well as a willingness to change, help determine which solutions are available to us. I hope the following information will help you find solutions to the challenges you face.


Pareto’s Law

At times herein, I will refer to the 80/20 rule known as Pareto’s Law. It is a quantitative guideline that simply suggests that 80% of the product volume is equal to 20% of the active line products in inventory. The ratio in your operation will likely vary somewhat. Just determine your own 80/nn ratio and use it. Do not forget to check it from time to time, adjusting as needed.


Systems Defined

The word “systems” as used herein is defined as one or more pieces of equipment used to accomplish the various warehouse functions. The “storage system,” for example, might be nothing more than rows of pallet racks. Or it might include pallet racks, static shelving, and floor space for storing multiple pallets of a single title.


The Organization’s Impact on Warehouse Operations

Nearly all aspects of the organization have needs that affect warehouse operations, especially if they are housed in the same building. As previously stated, these needs should be considered customer needs and handled accordingly. Indeed, three groups (Order Entry, Accounts Receivable, Inventory) have a direct working relationship with warehouse operations. They are so closely connected that one, two, or all three actually may be managed under the warehouse umbrella. Although they will not be treated here as warehouse functions, the relationship needs to be addressed in all warehouse-planning activities.
Order entry (often part of customer service) takes customer orders and enters them into the system. The accuracy of the instructions order-entry staff provide directly affects how the warehouse handles and processes customer orders.
Accounts receivable collects money due for goods shipped to customers. Accounts receivable staff can perform their duties only if shipping properly completes and turns in the paperwork that triggers customer billing. In addition, accounts receivable usually handles and/or verifies the amount of credit customers are to receive for returned goods. The accuracy of these credits is directly related to the accuracy of information supplied by receiving as customer returns are checked in.
Inventory levels and stock replenishments are not usually monitored or handled by the warehouse, Yet, each time there is a stock outage, the warehouse will have to process extra backorders when the stock is received. If there are stock-outs on a regular basis, the warehouse should be asking why.


Business Software’s Impact on Warehouse Operations

All too often the software selected to handle the business functions of an organization does an excellent job meeting the needs of the office departments but fails to meet warehouse needs. For this reason, warehouse operations usually must develop its own database. In my situation, the business software we started with did not meet the need for reports on open picking locations; did not support the location of stored products or report open storage locations; and did not support the printing of the counting tickets needed to record the yearly physical inventory.
If your business software lacks the support you need, you likely will need to develop your own database to meet those needs. If you have someone in your organization who can develop the database for you, that is great. If not, I suggest you select a software program that can read and import the type of product-export files the business software can provide, even if it requires you to get some training. As you begin to develop your database, keep things simple. With the passage of time, you will have lots of ideas on how you can improve it to help you manage your warehouse.


The Physical Warehouse Structure

Whether you are making changes to your existing warehouse or completely setting up an empty warehouse, there are a few factors that must be considered in your plans. If you are building a new warehouse, these factors can usually be addressed in the construction contract.
  • The floor must have the load capacity to handle the systems and equipment you plan to use.
  • Your plans need to accommodate the fixed locations of the structural support poles and if possible to protect them from damage.
  • Interior obstructions such as heaters, drain lines, gas lines, water lines, electrical lines, and lighting fixtures must be safely accommodated.
  • Local and federal building code restrictions and requirements must be addressed and followed each time there are major changes made in the warehouse.


Develop a Master Plan for Warehouse Operations

A master plan is an essential tool for managing warehouse operations. The larger the operation, the more important the master plan becomes. Without knowing where you are now, you cannot effectively plan for where you need to be in the future. The master plan should be divided into segments that document the procedures, rules, and workflow for each function in the warehouse. It should have segments that document all space, equipment, and labor resources, and how each is being utilized by the various functions. To develop your plan, follow these five basic steps in the sequence listed. Repeat these steps for each function in your warehouse.
  • Define the function you want or need to accomplish. (Set goals.)
  • Determine how the function will be accomplished.
  • Determine the equipment needed to accomplish the function.
  • Define the function’s space requirements.
  • Estimate the function’s support needs (e.g., personnel, software, and capital). Include changes in workflow within the warehouse and/or other departments in the organization.
Some functions are common to all of us; some are unique to each of us. Herein I attempt to address the common functions. I do not address personnel needs, because the size of operation directly affects the number of staff required. In a small operation one person may be able to handle all the functions. In a medium-sized operation each person likely will handle multiple functions. A large operation may need one or more staff assigned to handle each function. The only common personnel factor is the need to cross-train staff so that everything will be covered when someone is unable to work or on vacation.
I strongly suggest using computer software to put your master plan together. The software does not have to be expensive to be effective. I use MS Excel for nearly all my documentation needs. I even use Excel to prepare my warehouse drawings by resizing the cells into small squares and then applying the scale I desire to use. Using software will help you make changes quickly, keeping your plan up to date.


Methodology

“Methodology” is the word used to describe how a function or group of functions will be accomplished. As we decide how our goals will be accomplished, our reasoning can often become subjective; it is often based on what we have done in the past. There is no way I can address all areas and factors you might consider in determining the methodology you will employ. I can, however, suggest you consider a few functions that follow basic options. To maintain your objectivity, seek the opinions of your staff. After all, they will have to follow the methodologies you establish.


Locator Decisions

There are three basic locator systems for storage and picking systems:
  • The human location system. This method is strongly discouraged, but it is an option for short-term/temporary storage.
  • The fixed-location system. This system assigns a product to a location. No other product can be stored in the location, even when it is empty.
  • The random-location system. This system allows you to place a product in any open location.

Each of us will need to define and/or change our locator-system codes from time to time. The locator field in most business programs is a text field with a length of five characters or more. This allows us to use both alpha and numeric characters in the locator codes. As you define and/or change your locators, remember these basic rules:
  • Text fields are sorted left to right, one column at a time by the computer. Here is an example of an ascending sort of text fields.
1111, then 1T22, then 21X1, then 2345
  • Keep your locators simple and readable. This can usually be accomplished by keeping them short and by using a consistent mix of alpha and numeric characters. Here are a few examples:
10J, C25, A115, 2F77, A66F6, 25C, J10, B211, 5A12, X11A1
  • Your locator-system codes should be flexible so they can be used to define a single large location or multiple parts of the same large location and still sort in the desired sequence. See the storage locator code example below for one way this can be accomplished.

Most business programs will accommodate a locator code of five characters. The actual length of the locator code and how it is defined will be determined by your needs. Here are examples of locators I currently use:
  • Storage locator code example: G33F6
> Position 1: the G is a row of pallet rack
> Position 2 and 3: the 33 is a pallet position in the rack row
> Position 4: the F is a full pallet of one title
> Position 5: the 6 is the rack level with level 1 being the floor
(If position 4 were A, B, or C, it would mean 3 titles are stored on the same pallet. A is always on the north side of the pallet, B is in the center, and C is always on the south side.)
  • Picking locator code example: 2V25
> Position 1: the 2 represents picking system 2
> Position 2: the V is a row of static shelving
> Position 3 and 4: the 25 is the position in the row of shelving


Equipment Planning

More than likely each of us has a preference when it comes to the brands of equipment we use. There is no problem with this if we do our homework and honestly evaluate the alternative brands and if our choices are based on the projected total cost over the long term. I do have a problem when the brand preference has the end result of dictating how we utilize available space and/or accomplish our goals. We also should consider and evaluate the purchase of used versus new equipment. After all, new equipment becomes used the first time we use it. Used equipment is a valid choice when it comes with a warranty and when the sum of its sale price plus its projected maintenance costs over three years is less than the sale price of the new equipment. The overall savings of the used equipment increases in relation to its age, especially when it is over five years old.
Before you can lay out the space needs of the warehouse functions, you will need to determine the equipment and systems you will be using to accomplish each function. The characteristics and volume of your shipments, the methodology you use to accomplish each function, and the available investment capital will influence your equipment selections. It may also be influenced by the degree of risk you and your organization are willing to accept when it comes to operating and maintaining specialized equipment.


Space Planning

Have you ever heard someone say “the warehouse is at full capacity”? If you can open the door and walk in, it is not at full capacity. What the person is really saying is that the warehouse systems are at full capacity.
The challenge in space planning is to find ways to utilize effectively and/or to increase usable cubic space in the warehouse. As you plan, always pay attention to unused space above the systems you install. You might not need it now, but you should set up your systems to accommodate its use in the future. Aisles are necessary, but they do waste a lot of cubic space. Typically they occupy 60% of the total cubic space, and they can occupy much more. As you lay out your warehouse, keep the number of aisles to a minimum. Running aisles the length of the building instead of the width usually reduces the number of required aisles. How narrow the isles can be will depend both on how much you can invest in the higher-priced equipment required for use in narrow aisles and on your opinion of the safety of operating such equipment in a narrow-aisle environment.
One final note about space planning. The time to plan, prepare, and make needed changes is now, not when the warehouse or one of its systems reaches capacity. You should project your capacity needs five years into the future and update your projection annually. Because the number of line items you house is very likely increasing, eventually you will reach the capacity of your warehouse systems. As a rule, expanding an existing warehouse or finding or building a warehouse takes four or five years. Simply put, if you fail to project your needs and to plan continuously to meet them, you could be the person who says the building is at full capacity.


Dock Operations

The dock area may well be the most neglected part of the warehouse plan. All too often we are expected to make do with what exists, even if no dock is connected to the warehouse. Except in very small operations, at least one dock door is needed. The number of doors needed will increase is in direct relation to how long it takes to unload or load a shipment and how many deliveries and pick-ups you average each day. You should not have more than one carrier waiting for a door at any given time, and the wait should not exceed thirty minutes.
The basic dock functions are unloading and loading carrier shipments, checking the shipments for damage, and verifying the counts stated on the delivery receipt. The driver should note all damage and shortages on the delivery receipt before the receipt is signed. All delivery and/or shipment paperwork should be routed to the proper department within the organization.
Basic dock equipment usually includes a hand truck and a pallet jack. If there is a high volume of shipments, the pallet jack may need to be electric or there may need to be a powered lift truck. In the end, the characteristics of the shipments usually determine the equipment needed.
Space directly adjacent to the dock doors should be sufficient to accommodate the average daily volume of receipts and outbound shipments. Just how much space depends on the time it takes receiving to check shipments and move them into the storage systems, your ability to control when carriers deliver and/or pick up shipments, and how soon outbound shipments start being staged each day. There should also be space for empty pallets, containers, carts, and the like used to hold inbound goods. You might save floor space by storing these above and/or between the dock doors.
Unless you expect to receive inbound shipments continuously throughout the day, it usually makes sense to handle inbound and outbound shipments in the same area of the warehouse. Doing so usually requires less space, less equipment, and fewer personnel.


Receiving Operations

Receiving duties often include the dock functions. The receiving function is the starting point for inventory control in the warehouse. It is also the function best suited for gathering information needed for keeping product details accurate and current. And if copies of the product are to be routed or stored, receiving should handle their delivery and storage. Any and all essential data should be gathered at this stage, and it should be documented on the receiving reports.
The basic functions of receiving include verifying product quantity, preparing receiving reports, and routing those reports to designated departments. Receiving also should prepare received products for movement into the storage and picking systems. Receiving also should pull the stock needed to process backorders.
Receiving usually needs a desk, a computer, a filing cabinet, and other furniture or equipment associated with the duties to be handled. A small office or a designated space near or in the dock area is all the space normally required.


Storage Operations

Storage functions are usually an extension of receiving department duties. The basic functions of storage are the movement of products from the dock area to a holding location, the recording of the location and quantity, and the updating of storage records so that the product can be found easily when it is needed. Retrieval of products from holding locations may also be assigned to storage operations and/or may be a function of picking operations.
There are two basic methodologies for setting up a storage system:
  • You can simply use the floor, lining pallets up in rows and stacking pallets of like product on top of each other. This method is usually referred to as bulk storage. This can be a valid option for a warehouse with a very low ceiling. It can also be a good option for storing many pallets of the same product.
  • You can install pallet rack and/or shelving in rows. This widely accepted method, usually referred to as rack storage, usually makes good use of available space and is cost effective so long as the ceiling height allows at least three levels of full pallet storage. The higher the ceiling, the more cost effective rack storage usually becomes.
Storage normally occupies most available warehouse space. This being so, you might find it best to lay out the entire building for storage before you attempt to determine space needs for other warehouse functions. Once the best storage layout is determined, simply remove parts of it to accommodate the other functions.
Before selecting storage equipment, you must know the dimensions and weights of the unit loads to be handled. The unit loads will normally be cartons stacked on wood pallets. The pallet used determines the width and depth of the unit load. The standard pallet is 40 inches wide and 48 inches deep. The height of the pallet plus the height of the cartons stacked on the pallet determine the height of the unit load. Because the height of cartons usually varies, you will need to set the height at a level that best accommodates the various carton heights. Once you know the unit load specs, you can work with equipment vendors to determine which pallet racks and lift trucks best meet your needs. Generally it is best to select equipment that somewhat exceeds your weight requirements. The added degree of safety is well worth the slightly higher cost.
The size of the product received usually varies from a few cartons to a few pallets. If this is your situation, you might consider setting up your storage area to accommodate the various volumes because it will make better use of the storage space. I use the 80/20 rule in reverse when it comes to the size of locations in the storage system. Approximately 20% of full pallet locations have been reduced in height by one foot, and we store less than pallet loads in them. As previously stated, locator codes allow the full pallet locations to be split for holding up to three products. These simple changes add locations to your storage system without requiring additional floor space and enable you to use existing space more efficiently.


Picking Operations

Picking operations is defined as the assembly of products ordered by customers. This is a simple function, yet it is time consuming. As you evaluate and/or setup your picking operations, efficiency should be a major goal. After all, customers expect their orders to be processed quickly, not just accurately.
Experts suggest that there are two basic ways to set up a picking system. At the same time, parts of both concepts can be combined. Thus there are three ways:
  • You can move the picker to the stock. This usually means the picker will pull the products directly from the storage locations. This method works best when the products are shipped in case quantities or when most orders include a lot of full cases. For reference, we will call this a storage picking system.
  • You can move the stock to the picker. This usually means the picking system is a stand-alone system, but it could be in a defined section of the storage area. For reference, we will call this a stand-alone picking system.
  • You can combine the above. This usually means that the picker pulls fast-moving products from storage locations and slow-moving products from a separate picking system. For reference, we will call this a hybrid picking system.
The equipment needed to hold the products will vary according to the picking method you use. Pallet racks likely will be used in a storage picking system. Static shelving, carton flow racks, and pallet racks might all be used in a stand-alone picking system. (The use of other equipment, such as a carousel, is also possible.) A hybrid picking system might use all the equipment mentioned above.
Before you decide how to set up your picking system, you must decide how you will assemble customer orders. There are two ways to accomplish this:
  • You can batch pick, pulling multiple orders at one time. This method is common when pickers must travel long distances to assemble orders.
  • You can pull one order at a time. This method is common when travel is not a major factor and when customer orders average one to a few products.
Note: When batch picking is selected, large orders are picked one at a time. The definition of a large order is determined by the specs used to batch the orders. If the specs used equal 10 orders and 100 total products, a large order would be any order that has 100 or more products on it.
If you have been involved in publishing any length of time, you likely have your preferences when it comes to setting up and operating picking operations. How, then, can we objectively evaluate the need to change our ways? I suggest that an evaluation of the following order characteristics offers the best solution.
(1) Determine the percentage of orders that contain a number of full cases:
  • If the percentage exceeds 50, a storage picking system may be your best option.
  • If the percentage is 25 to 50, a hybrid picking system should be considered.
  • If the percentage is less than 25, a stand-alone picking system is likely your best choice.
(2) Evaluate the line-item characteristics of the orders:
  • Determine the percentage of orders with one line item. If you pick one order at a time, these orders can be sorted by zone, regardless of the picking system used.
  • Determine the percentage of orders with two or three line items. If you single pick, most orders can be assembled without your having to travel through the entire picking system.
  • Determine the percentage of orders with four or five line items. If you single pick and use a stand-alone pick system, approximately one-half of the orders can be assembled without your having to travel through the entire system.
  • If the sum of the above percentages is 60 or more, picking one order at a time makes good sense. If the sum is less than 40%, batch picking should be considered. If the sum is 40%-60%, single or batch picking can be equally effective. I would single pick if I use a stand-alone or hybrid picking system, and I would batch pick if I use a storage picking system.
After evaluating your order characteristics, you should know how you will pick orders and which type of picking system you will use. Before you make your decision, consider these facts to see if they have an impact that causes you to change your mind.
  • The physical equipment that makes up your picking locations should be set up in accord with the 80/20 rule. This means that at least 20% of picking locations should hold larger numbers of product.
  • The pick location assigned to each product should be based on the 80/20 rule. This means that fast-moving products should be in picking locations that hold more stock.
  • You should be able to move a product into or out of its picking location easily as the level of its activity moves up or down over time.
  • The long-term cost of equipment to be used in your picking system will be a major factor. Fixed and non-powered equipment usually require very little maintenance and most will continue to be functional many years into the future. Mobile and powered equipment usually require some level of ongoing maintenance and most will need to be replaced at regular intervals.
  • The physical setup of the picking system should minimize the travel time of the pickers whenever possible. The same is true with the method of picking used.
  • The picking method should minimize the number of times the products must be handled before they are placed into the final cartons used for shipping.
I must admit that I am set in my ways when it comes to picking operations. After many years in publishing and warehouse operations, I prefer to pick orders one at a time because I believe it reduces the time required to turn orders. I prefer to use a stand-alone picking system, because it accommodates and allows me to apply the 80/20 rule in determining its set up and product location. I also prefer a stand-alone picking system because I like to use a gravity conveyor, not carts, tables, and such, to transport orders through the picking system. In fact I like to use conveyor to transport orders from picking to the packing and shipping areas. Now that you know my preferences, I must note that my pickers have the option of pulling full cases directly from storage, if the volume of cases so warrants.
One final note about the picking system. All too often the capacity of the picking system is ignored when it comes to storage planning. It holds stock too, and if carefully planned and managed, it can often be set up to hold all stock on low print-run products. This can help reduce the pressure on the storage system, and it eliminates the need to pull stock from storage at a later time.


Packing Operations

Packing is the process of packaging for shipment the products ordered by customers. If you batch pick, orders are separated and checked for accuracy during the packing phase. If you single pick, orders are checked only if you do not hold pickers accountable for accuracy of the orders. As a general rule, products are packed into shipping cartons, the air space is filled with a packing media, and the cartons are sealed. If the shipment mode requires it, cartons are stamped, labeled, and otherwise marked as needed.
If packages are poorly packed, the possibility of damage increases greatly. The shipping carton should be of such strength that it cannot be bent or crushed easily, and it should be packed so that the products will not shift during transit. If you want to know how and how not to pack, spend a few days in your customer-returns area monitoring the condition of packages and their contents in relation to how they are packed. Pay close attention to packages refused by the customer and returned to you unopened. If your packages are damaged when you get them back, you are not doing an adequate job in your packing area.
The equipment needed in the packing area includes tape machines, box knives, and various stamps. If you do not use a conveyor system, you will need a packing table. If you do use a conveyor, you will likely pack on the conveyor itself. You might also need some equipment to apply or affix labels to the cartons—although I assume most of you are using peel-and-stick labels as much as possible.


Shipping Operations

Shipping operations is where the final steps are taken to prepare orders for shipment via the requested mode of transit. The tasks performed usually include weighing each carton, recording shipment information in a manifest system, and applying address labels generated by the manifest system. If the shipment is going by mail, correct postage is applied. If the shipment is going by truck or air-freight carrier, a bill of lading is completed. After packages are processed, they are sorted to pallets or tubs so they can be moved to the shipping dock for carrier pickup.
It is usually considered shipping’s responsibility to ensure that all shipments are picked up the day they are ready to ship and that all shipping paperwork is routed to the correct departments at the end of each shipping day.
If you ship many packages a day, it is also essential that you acquire your own manifest system. The manifest system should support all the modes of shipping you normally use, including truck and US Mail. It should also allow you to import shipping data from an export file generated from your business software. Setting up your own customer database in the manifest system is not a good idea because addresses change on a regular basis. Using the export file from the business software ensures that the address information is correct when a new order for the customer is processed. This eliminates the need to check all addresses generated by the manifest system against the picking documents, saving you both time and incorrectly shipped orders.


Customer-Returns Operations

No publisher likes having to issue credit for customer returns simply because a customer wishes to return the products. And as a result many publishers assign a secondary priority to customer returns, taking the attitude that we will process them in our spare time. I suggest that such an attitude not only is improper but also will cost you money. By not keeping customer returns current, you directly increase the workload in accounts receivable, because the customer is going to take credit for the return even if the warehouse has not yet processed it. This increases the number of charge-backs that must be addressed.
The primary warehouse functions associated with customer returns include verifying what was returned, deciding whether credit should be issued based on its condition and status, and placing the numbers of products and associated quantities into a returns report that can be used by the office to apply the credit due. The report may be entered directly into the business software, a stand-alone software package, or handwritten.
The returns area needs to include such basic equipment as a large table, a box knife, trash containers, and, usually, a computer with a barcode scanner. In addition there needs to be a means of sorting and holding the products until they are returned to salable inventory, and a place to hold no-credit products until they are returned to the customers or destroyed.
The accuracy of return reports is as important as that of reports covering stock receipts. Both have a direct impact on the accuracy of the inventory available for sale. Following this concept, many publishers consider customer returns a receiving function. However, when the receiving department is assigned the duty of processing returns, the priority given to that project tends to be “as time allows” because stock receipts must be processed as they are received. For this reason, I strongly suggest you handle customer returns independent of other receiving functions and give it a high daily priority. At least one staff member should be assigned returns as his/her primary duty.
Returned products need to be moved back into salable inventory locations, usually the picking system, on an ongoing basis. For this reason, it is usually best to process returns in an area near the picking system. You might consider handling customer returns in an area next to the starting location in your picking system. As noted earlier, I use conveyors in the picking system. I also use conveyors to move returns to their picking location. We tub returns by zones before placing them on the conveyor. The pickers restock returns as time allows, but at least once per week all warehouse staff will take time to restock any returns that remain.


Other Operations

There can be other operations, functions, or guidelines that impact warehouse operations. Listed below are some for you to consider:
Backorders. Under receiving operations, it was suggested that stock for backorders be pulled. I also suggest that backorders not go through the picking system. Whenever possible, have receiving deliver the backorder stock to a special place in your packing area, and process them without involving picking operations.
Order Printing. Consider giving your warehouse the ability to print their own picking and shipping documents. This reduces the down time caused by waiting for another department to fit printing the documents into their own schedule.
Time Goals or Standards. You should set time standards for handling all functions in warehouse operations, and you should make those standards well known to your staff. The goals you set must be realistic but challenging, not easily achieved on a daily basis. For example my goal is to turn all customer orders within 24 hours of receipt. With the up and down volume of orders received, we meet this goal 80% of the time, and we consistently turn all orders within 72 hours of receipt.
Storage and Picking Capacity. As a rule of thumb, you should plan to increase your storage and picking capacities once you are at 80% capacity. Once they reach 90%, you should implement your plan. When capacity exceeds 90%, you will use more and more labor to maintain your open locations. This is especially true in the storage system, because you will need to move and consolidate partial pallets to have enough full pallet space available for the incoming stock.
EDI and Pubnet. If you do not have EDI and Pubnet capabilities, you may find your larger customers going elsewhere to make their purchases. More and more customers are placing their orders electronically. It is no longer a question of if you should install, but when.
Advanced Shipping Notice (ASN). ASN is essentially a file containing an electronic packing list for each carton being shipped. Scanning the products as they are packed into the shipping cartons creates the file, and it compares the contents for the file to the original order file to ensure accuracy. The files created during the day are sent via EDI to the customers on a daily basis. As with EDI and Pubnet, the number of customers desiring ASN is increasing. Unlike EDI and Pubnet, however, ASN will not reduce your labor costs. In fact, it probably will increase labor costs by increasing the time required to turn your orders. In my situation, where I hold pickers accountable for accuracy, it adds a checking step, and it stops the picker from packing orders as they are assembled. The one positive aspect of ASN is accuracy. Using ASN capabilities to scan-check all orders should result in virtually error-free shipping.
Technology in General. Many of us have been slow to accept and implement new technology in our operations, even though our customers have been requesting new capabilities for several years. We have dragged our feet in part because of the cost, but also because we lack the expertise to analyze or implement it. Whether we like it or not, the time has come to create and staff a full-time information and technology (IT) department, and it would be best if this department serves the whole organization.






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ENTU OLBIA – BATTISTELLI SAN GIOVANNI IN MARIGNANO 3-1 (22-25/25-22/25-27/25-20/20-18)

Dopo due sconfitte consecutive – l’ultima delle quali piuttosto sorprendente in quanto giunta tra le mura amiche contro il fanalino di coda Mondovì – la Battistelli non riesce ad invertire la tendenza delle ultime settimane e subisce una sconfitta che lascia l’amaro in bocca soprattutto in quanto giunta al termine di un match combattutissimo terminato al quinto set.

Nella settima giornata di andata del campionato di pallavolo femminile di serie A2, le marignanesi escono sconfitte dallo scontro diretto con la Entu Olbia al termine di una delle trasferte più lunghe della stagione. Nel palazzetto dello sport dello splendido GeoVillage, la Battistelli conduce per ben due volte nel computo dei set, ma si fa rimontare e nel rush finale del tiebreak conclusivo sono le sarde a segnare a muro i due punti decisivi per la vittoria finale.

LA CRONACA

I due allenatori scendono in campo con gli abituali sestetti titolari.

Marchesi schiera Battistoni in cabina di regia con Agostinetto opposta, Giuliodori e Moretto al centro, Saguatti e Vyazovik schiacciatrici con Lanzini libero.

Galli – avversario della Battistelli nella passata stagione prima alla guida del Riviera Volley Rimini e poi della Top Quality San Giustino – risponde con la diagonale palleggiatore/opposto formata da Carraro e Radonjic, le centrali Mabilo e Tangini, le schiacciatrici Villani ed Angelina, ed il libero Maggipinto.

L’inizio del match è tutto di marca Battistelli. Nonostante capitan Saguatti fatichi ad entrare subito in partita, è una ottima prestazione di squadra – impreziosita da alcune giocate in particolare di Vyazovik ed Agostinetto – a permettere alle ospiti di arrivare a condurre anche per 12-6. Olbia tenta un paio di volte di rientrare in partita, ma la Battistelli non mostra cedimenti o punti deboli e, anche se con qualche affanno finale, chiude il parziale sul punteggio di 25-22.

Nel secondo set si rivede un film già visto nelle ultime prestazioni della Battistelli con le marignanesi che non riescono a dare continuità all’ottima prestazione del set precedente e vanno subito sotto nel punteggio. Le isolane, sospinte dalla straripante coppia di schiacciatrici Villani e Angelina, mettono in seria difficoltà il sistema muro-difesa delle romagnole. Pur non allontanandosi mai troppo nel punteggio, le marignanesi non riescono ad agguantare le avversarie e sprecano qualche occasione di troppo per rientrare pienamente nel set (cosa peraltro già accaduta nell’ultima sfortunata sfida con Mondovì).

In questo modo, i tre punti di svantaggio ad inizio set (5-8) rimangono tali anche a metà (13-16 e 18-21) ed al termine (22-25) del secondo parziale.

Per larga parte del terzo set, la Battistelli sembra in balia delle avversarie che scattano subito in vantaggio (10-6). Il doppio cambio operato da coach Marchesi con l’ingresso di Rynk e Tallevi al posto di Battistoni ed Agostinetto non sortisce gli effetti sperati e le romagnole si ritrovano ben presto con uno svantaggio di sette punti (15-22) che sembra il prologo di una rapida conclusione del parziale.

Ma è proprio quando si trova con le spalle al muro che la Battistelli – sospinta in questa occasione in particolare da Saguatti e Vyazovik – trova le energie necessarie per impensierire qualsiasi avversaria di questo campionato. Dopo un iniziale recupero sul 20-22, quando tutto sembra ormai perduto – le sarde si ritrovano infatti con un rassicurante vantaggio di tre punti sul 24-21 – le ragazze di coach Marchesi compiono un autentico capolavoro annullando ben quattro set-point e chiudendo autoritariamente alla prima occasione sul punteggio finale di 27-25.

E’ nel quarto set che si rivedono i principali difetti della Battistelli di questo inizio stagione. La partenza è promettente (8-6 per le marignanesi) ma purtroppo si tratta solo di una illusione, in quanto le ragazze di coach Marchesi peccano del cinismo che sarebbe necessario per riportare in Romagna l’intera posta in palio. Al contrario, invece di subire il contraccolpo psicologico per la rocambolesca sconfitta subita nel set precedente, Olbia riprende in mano le redini dell’incontro ed infligge alla Battistelli un 25-20 finale che non ammette grandi repliche.

Il quinto set regala ai pur pochi spettatori del GeoVillage emozioni incredibili. Scatta meglio la Battistelli che, trascinata da una scatenata Saguatti (per lei 8 punti nel parziale), si porta a condurre per 5-2 e rimane in vantaggio fino al cambio campo sul 8-6. Una volta raggiunta la parità da parte delle sarde, le due squadre si alternano al comando del set fino a quando Olbia non riesce a realizzare il break che la porta al doppio match-point sul 14-12. Annullata la prima palla match, entra in battuta Boccioletti che con una difesa prodigiosa consente a capitan Saguatti di portare il set alla lotteria dei vantaggi.

Fino al 17-17 sono sempre le padrone di casa ad avere a proprio favore la palla per chiudere il match. La Battistelli ne annulla ben cinque e ne conquista una sola a proprio favore sul punteggio di 18-17. Purtroppo l’errore in battuta di Moretto ed i successivi due muri vincenti di Tangini su Angelini prima ed Agostinetto poi consegnano il set e la vittoria finale alla Entu Olbia condannando la Battistelli ad una amara sconfitta.

Nel prossimo turno, il calendario riserverà alla Battistelli la seconda trasferta consecutiva di questo scorcio di campionato e lo scontro diretto in chiave salvezza contro il Fenera Chieri, che insegue le marignanesi con un solo punto di ritardo in classifica.

TABELLINI

ENTU OLBIA – BATTISTELLI SAN GIOVANNI IN MARIGNANO 3-1 (22-25/25-22/25-27/25-20/20-18)

BATTISTELLI SAN GIOVANNI IN MARIGNANO – ALLENATORE: RICCARDO MARCHESI

Battistoni 1, Agostinetto 12, Moretto 7, Giuliodori 7, Vyazovik 19, Saguatti 24, Lanzini lib., Angelini 3, Boccioletti 0, Tallevi 3, Rynk 0, Sgherza n.e.

Muri: 10

Battute vincenti: 1

Battute sbagliate: 18

Errori: 41

ENTU OLBIA – ALLENATORE: GIUSEPPE DAVIDE GALLI

Carraro 6, Trevisan n.e., Bateman 0, Formenti 0, Mabilo 8, Maggipinto (lib.), Villani 28, Tangini 8, Whitaker 0, Angelina 17, Radonjic 9, Iannone 0.

Muri: 11

Battute vincenti: 3

Battute sbagliate: 16

Errori: 38



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Furniture Wizard is a powerful and easy to use program that eliminates the tedious and time-consuming tasks associated with a store's daily operations (tagging the sales floor, resolving customer service problems, keeping track of special orders, etc.) The ease and flexibility of the special order system appeals to all types of retailers.

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Saturday, November 26, 2016

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Friday, November 25, 2016

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Nov. 26, 2016

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Sciences et Avenir



Les dernières actualités de la recherche contre le cancer sont présentées pour Sciences et Avenir et en exclusivité par le Pr David Khayat, chef de service de cancérologie à la Pitié-Salpêtrière.

Les cancers de la cavité buccale, et plus particulièrement les cancers de la gorge et de la langue sont en hausse chez les hommes américains. Les remboursements d'assurance santé liés à cette pathologie ont augmenté de 61 %, entre 2011 et 2015, révèle une étude. Les données montrent également que les frais médicaux sont presque trois fois plus nombreux chez les hommes que chez les femmes (74 % contre 26 %) au cours de cette période. Ces chiffres témoignent à la fois de l’augmentation des contaminations par le virus du papillome humain (VPH) et de l’évolution des pratiques sexuelles aux États-Unis.

Par le passé, le cancer buccal était principalement lié au tabagisme, à la consommation d'alcool ou à la combinaison des deux. Mais alors que le tabagisme a diminué, les taux de cancer de la bouche sont restés les mêmes. Selon les chercheurs, ceci pourrait être dû au VPH, qui infecte les cellules de la peau et les membranes qui tapissent la bouche, la gorge, la langue, les amygdales, le rectum et les organes sexuels.

Des études ont montré que les jeunes hommes étaient plus susceptibles de pratiquer le sexe oral et de multiplier les partenaires que leurs aînés. Ces différences de comportement sexuel expliquent celles observées dans la prévalence du VPH et du cancer de l’oropharynx lié au virus. Le VPH est un virus extrêmement courant qui infecte près de 80 millions d’Américains, soit une personne sur quatre. Heureusement, le risque de le contracter peut être considérablement réduit par la vaccination. Les Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommandent de vacciner les enfants à l'âge de 11 ou 12 ans.

Les précédentes chroniques du Pr Khayat :

- Le vaccin contre le papillomavirus se montre plus efficace que prévu

- ETATS-UNIS. Hausse des cancers liés à une infection au papillomavirus

- Un virus augmenterait fortement le risque de développer un cancer de la tête et du cou




source:yahoo.fr

Madame Florence Henderson We Salute You




RIP

source:closermag.fr

Madame Florence Henderson We Salute You

Par Coralie Vincent

Ce jeudi 24 novembre, Madame Florence Henderson est décédée à l'âge de 82 ans. L'actrice était bien connue du grand public pour ses rôles dans de célèbres séries américaines.

Une triste nouvelle pour le monde de la télévision. Ce jeudi 24 novembre, Florence Henderson a rendu son dernier souffle à l'âge de 82 ans. C'est aux côtés des siens que l'actrice a quitté ce monde. Pour l'heure, on ne connait pas les circonstances de son décès mais lundi dernier, Florence Henderson semblait être très en forme. Elle participait à l'enregistrait de l'émission Danse avec les Stars diffusée sur ABC.

Florence Henderson, qui avait été mariée deux fois et maman de quatre enfants, était célèbre pour ses rôles dans plusieurs séries comme The Brady Bunch entre 1969 et 1974, Pour l'amour du risque, Roseanne ou encore Ally McBeal. A noter qu'elle avait joué le rôle de plusieurs personnages secondaires dans la sitcom La croisière s'amuse. Depuis 2008, elle avait pris les commandes de l'émission The Florence Henderson Show. Sur Twitter, bon nombre de stars ont salué la carrière de leur consoeur à l'instar de Boy George. "Repose en paix Florence Henderson. J'ai grandi avec The Brady Bunch" a lâché le chanteur.

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R.I.P Florence Henderson. I grew up with the Brady Bunch! https://t.co/dWCQc5t1Zq
— Boy George (@BoyGeorge) November 25, 2016


Florence Henderson-Warm Talented & kind passed away today.Thank you Florence for being such a kind generous friend to Alexis.

— Patricia Arquette (@PattyArquette) November 25, 2016

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RIP



source:closermag.fr

Silence often says much more(Definitely Not suitable for kids)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2GAsnHeW5c


Mr. George Harrison - That Is All


Personnel:

Mr. George Harrison – vocals, electric guitars, slide guitar, backing vocals
Mr. Nicky Hopkins – piano
Mr. Gary Wright – electric piano, harpsichord, organ
Mr. Klaus Voormann – bass
Mr. Jim Keltner – drums
Mr. John Barham – string and brass arrangements, choral arrangement


Mr. George Harrison, MBE
Mr. Nicky Hopkins
and all those who are involved in recording it whether musicians, manager, producers, crew, etc that are no longer here:



We Salute You Guys, RIP



Silence often says much more(Definitely Not suitable for kids)

Mr. George Harrison - That Is All

That is all I want to say
Our love could save the day
That is all I'm waiting for
To try to love you more

and that is all I want to do
To get right next to you
That is all I'm living for
Your love and nothing more
And that is all

Times I find it hard to say
useless words getting in my way
Silence often says much more
Than trying to say what's been
Said before

That is all I want from you
smile when I feel blue

That is all I'm waiting for
Your love and nothing more

And that is all

Silence often says much more
trying to say what's been
Said before
that is all I want to do
To give my love to you
That is all I'm living for
Please let me love you more and
That is all


source:metrolyrics.com

Coach Vermiglio





source:volleyball.it

Valerio Vermiglio and Martin Kindgard

ARGENTINA (g.t.) - E' giunta al termine l'avventura di Valerio Vermiglio in Argentina che sin qui ha visto poco il campo pare per problemi fisici. Il palleggiatore siciliano e l'UPCN sono arrivati alla rescissione del contratto.
Al suo posto (presumibilmente come vice Brajkovic) è in arrivo Martin Kindgard, attualmente in forza al Lagonegro in serie A2.



Valerio Vermiglio and Martin Kindgard---All the best guys. Also, Adv Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to both of you.
Same to your families and fans. God bless.


source:volleyball.it

Coach Nino Gagliardi

CASERTA - Nino Gagliardi non è più l’allenatore della VolAlto Caserta. Il tecnico barese ha rassegnato le sue dimissioni nella giornata di martedì. Una decisione arrivata dopo due giorni di intense riflessioni, ore di rabbia, ma anche ferma voglia di far invertire la rotta alla squadra, ridarle energia, animus pugnandi. Alla fine, però, per il bene della VolAlto, Gagliardi ha deciso di fare un passo indietro; un passo indietro che, conoscendo il suo carattere, la sua ferma volontà di non lasciare nulla a metà, la sua convinzione di poter far bene anche in questa annata sportiva, gli sarà costato tanto. Per il bene della squadra ha deciso in tal senso nutrendo così la speranza di dare la giusta scossa e forse, stimoli nuovi, al team.

Si chiude dopo meno di un anno e mezzo il connubio tra Gagliardi e la VolAlto, un connubio ricco di soddisfazioni e successi culminati con la storica qualificazione ai play off promozione in serie A1.

La società ringrazia il coach per quanto fatto in questo periodo e si dichiara certa che il talento, competenza professionale e statura umana di Gagliardi, gli consentiranno di raggiungere presto nuovi e sempre più importanti risultati sportivi.


All the best Coach. Also, Adv Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Same to your family and fans. God bless.


source:volleyball.it

Brasile M:

BRASILE (g.t.) - Il Brasil Kirin vince il posticipo della 5° giornata sfruttando i troppi errori punto del Minas (30 contro 19) e sale al 3° posto in classifica.

Posticipo 5° giornata (24 novembre)
MINAS TÊNIS CLUBE - VÔLEI BRASIL KIRIN 1-3 (26-28, 25-21, 19-25, 21-25)
Top Scorer: Thiago Vanole Silva 19, Tiago Wesz "Mao" 14, Aboubacar Neto 13, Flavio Gualberto 11, Bruno Felicio De Jesus 11; Diogo Silva 16, Mauricio Souza 15, Rodrigo Pinto "Rivaldo" 14, Vinicus Siqueira 11.

Classifica
SADA CRUZEIRO VOLEI 15 (5v-0p)
TAUBATÉ FUNVIC 14 (5v-0p)
VÔLEI BRASIL KIRIN 13 (5v-0p)
SESI-SP 13 (4v-1p)
MONTES CLAROS VÔLEI 9 (3v-2p)
JF VOLEI 8 (3v-2p)
BENTO VOLEI ISABELA 6 (2v-3p)
MINAS TÊNIS CLUBE 5 (2v-3p)
SÃO BERNARDO VÔLEI 3 (1v-4p)
LEBES GEDORE CANOAS 2 (0v-5p)
COPEL TELECOM MARINGA' VOLEI 1 (0v-5p)
CARAMURU VÔLEI/CASTRO 1 (0v-5p)

Formula
Le prime 8 ai play off. Quarti e semifinali al meglio delle 3 vittorie su 5 incontri, finale in gara secca.


source:volleyball.it

Modena:

MODENA - In casa Liu-Jo Nordmeccanica oltre alle tensioni per una classifica inattesa, dalla proprietà, il club è alle prese anche con la brusca interruzione di rapporti con la palleggiatrice Molly Kreklow, che mercoledì sera non era già più a Modena.

Il presidente Vincenzo Cerciello ha confermato - al Resto del Carlino - che la Kreklow non tornerà più: "La ragazza se ne è andata perché non trovava spazio ma io vorrei capire perché il rapporto si è interrotto così bruscamente: per noi è la prima volta, ed una situazione che non mi piace".


source:volleyball.it

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Lola Glaudini

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Colin Hanks

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Sarah Hyland

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Elena Satine

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Mirjana Jokovic

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Amanda Wyss

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Katherine Heigl

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Michelle Gomez

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Robin Roberts

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Mr. Bruce Vilanch

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Mr. Robert Towne

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Mr. Joe Eszterhas

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Nov. 18, 2016


Hardy Rawls
Danielle Aykroyd
Ulrich Noethen
Nadia Sawalha
Andrea Allan
Robin Arcuri
Eleonora Albrecht
Kirk Hammett
Humaima Malik
Dom Irrera
Anthony McPartlin
Jake Abel
Mike Epps
Nate Parker
Georgia King
Jon Campling
Ms. Brenda Vaccaro


Belated Happy Birthday guys.


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Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi

Happy Birthday.


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Ricky Whittle

Happy Birthday.


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JENNY and her friends

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZLvsMzkGgQ

We love you JENNY. God bless.

Vanessa Huppenkothen




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Vanessa Huppenkothen




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Vanessa Huppenkothen




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Vanessa Huppenkothen




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Vanessa Huppenkothen(Not suitable for kids)





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Monday, November 21, 2016

Miley Cyrus

This coming Wednesday(Nov. 23), is your birthday.
Happy Birthday.


PS:Also, Adv Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
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Kelly Brook

This coming Wednesday(Nov. 23), is your birthday.
Happy Birthday.


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Oded Fehr

This coming Wednesday(Nov. 23), is your birthday.
Happy Birthday.


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Salli Richardson-Whitfield

This coming Wednesday(Nov. 23), is your birthday.
Happy Birthday.


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Mr. Franco Nero

This coming Wednesday(Nov. 23), is your birthday.
Happy Birthday Mr. Nero.


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Vincent Cassel

This coming Wednesday(Nov. 23), is your birthday.
Happy Birthday.


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Inés Sastre, Dr. John , Dominique Lalonde, Terri Welles, Barbora Lukesová and Marie Askehave

Happy Birthday guys.


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Carly Rae Jepsen

Happy Birthday.


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Brian McNamara

Happy Birthday.


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Michael Strahan

Happy Birthday.


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Lucía Jiménez

Happy Birthday.


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Björk

Happy Birthday.


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French designer Sophie Theallet (BusinessWorld)


There’s no doubt which side the fashion world supported during the US presidential campaign.

For years, First Lady Michelle Obama and Democrats’ vanquished presidential candidate Hillary Clinton have been favorites with fashion designers who dressed them in clothes aimed at evoking their values.

But New York-based French designer Sophie Theallet has gone a step further, throwing down the gauntlet by refusing to dress future first lady Melania Trump because of the political views of her husband, president-elect Donald Trump.

Theallet is urging other designers to follow her lead.

“As one who celebrates and strives for diversity, individual freedom and respect for all lifestyles, I will not participate in dressing or associating in any way with the next first lady,” she wrote in an open letter published Thursday.

“The rhetoric of racism, sexism and xenophobia unleashed by her husband’s presidential campaign are incompatible with the shared values we live by.”

“I am well aware it is not wise to get involved in politics,” Theallet added.

“That said, as a family-owned company, our bottom line is not just about money.”



Theallet, 52, who has worked in the United States for more than 15 years, is a regular fixture at New York’s fashion week.

Her feminine designs have appealed to Michelle Obama, who provided welcome publicity by donning several of her dresses since 2009.

“She has contributed to having our name recognized and respected worldwide,” Theallet wrote of the current first lady, indicating purpose behind Obama’s fashion choices.

“Her values, actions and grace have always resonated deeply within me.”





source:msn.com/ AFP

Ms. Ingrid Pitt (1937–2010)

We Salute You, RIP

PS:To Her Family, Adv Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Same to your fans.
God bless.

Isild Le Besco

Tomorrow is your birthday.
Happy Birthday.


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Nov. 24, 2016

https://www.jacquielawson.com/sendcard/preview?cont=1&hdn=0&fldCard=3435720&path=83562&pmode=init

God bless.

Jamie Lee Curtis

Tomorrow is your birthday.
Happy Birthday.


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Mr. Terry Gilliam

Tomorrow is your birthday.
Happy Birthday Mr. Gilliam.


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Steven Van Zandt

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Richard Kind

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Kristin Minter

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Mariel Hemingway

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Kathrine Narducci

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Bruce Payne

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Mackenzie Lintz

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Hailey Baldwin

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Cecilia Suárez

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Leo Gregory

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Leeanna Walsman

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Mark Ruffalo

Tomorrow is your birthday.
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Mr. Robert Vaughn (1932-2016)

We Salute You, RIP

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Alden Ehrenreich

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Mads Mikkelsen

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Sidse Babett Knudsen

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Scarlett Johansson

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If you're worried and you can't sleep

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJb-DSKAuMA


Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep by Mr. Irving Berlin
Sung by Diana Krall


Mr. Irving Berlin---We Salute You, RIP


If you're worried and you can't sleep

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qmMaPTuTEE

Mr. Bing Crosby--Count Your Blessings (Instead of Sheep)


Comment:Not suitable for kids


Mr. Bing Crosby
and all those who are involved in recording it whether musicians, manager, producers, crew, including
the composer of the song, etc that are no longer here:


We Salute You Guys, RIP

If you're worried and you can't sleep

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=th-DlJ3XsEI

Count Your Blessings (Instead of Sheep)

Ms. Rosemary Clooney
and all those who are involved in recording it whether musicians, manager, producers, crew, including the composer of the song, etc that are no longer here:


We Salute You Guys, RIP

If you're worried and you can't sleep

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALt8RQ-8VAY

Count Your Blessings (Instead of Sheep)

Mr. Ray Conniff, Mr. Charles Richard Cathcart, Mr. Jack Halloran, Mr. Jay Meyer,
Ms. Loulie Jean Norman and all those who are involved with the group whether a member, musician, etc including the composer of the song, that are no longer here:

We Salute You Guys, RIP


If you're worried and you can't sleep

Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep by Mr. Irving Berlin
Sung by Diana Krall

When I'm worried and I can't sleep
I count my blessing instead of sheep
And I fall asleep, counting my blessings

When my bankroll is getting small
I think of when I had none at all
And I fall asleep, counting my blessings

I think about a nursery
And I picture curly heads
And one by one I count them
As they slumber in their beds

If you're worried and you can't sleep
Just count your blessings instead of sheep
And you'll fall asleep counting your blessings

So If you're worried and you can't sleep
Just count your blessings instead of sheep
And you'll fall asleep counting your blessings



source:metrolyrics.com

Maybe I'm right, or maybe I'm wrong(Not suitable for kids)




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4T7y2NAwWI

STATUS QUO --Don't Think It Matters


Maybe I'm right, or maybe I'm wrong(Not suitable for kids)

STATUS QUO --Don't Think It Matters
( Parfitt / Lancaster )

Maybe I'm right, or maybe I'm wrong
I got to go on anyway
I'm finding it hard to try and play the right card
And woman you're getting in my way
Oh, you don't think it matters at all
No, you don't think it matters at all
No, you don't think it matters at all

I'm working all night, you know I'm working all night
Trying to get something out of my head
I live for the day when everybody will say
It's better than all of the rest
Oh, you don't think it matters at all
No, you don't think it matters at all
No, you don't think it matters at all

Maybe I'm right, or maybe I'm wrong
I just do the best that I can
I been working all night, yeah I work through the night
Woman can't you understand

Oh, you don't think it matters at all
No, you don't think it matters at all
No, you don't think it matters at all


source:statusquo.co.uk

Sunday, November 20, 2016

Cleo Massey


Happy Birthday.


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Mr. Ted Turner


Happy Birthday Mr. Turner.


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Ann Curry


Happy Birthday.


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Andrea Riseborough

Happy Birthday.

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