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Steve Taranovich
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We are very fortunate to be living in the 21st century today and we have so many tech advances that can help us during times of need. Even so, we have to prepare ourselves for the worst-case scenarios in order not to implicate things should they occur once more. We can never predict what is to happen next and our best guard is self-preparedness to be there for our loved ones. Take advantage of tech advances to better our lives and ensure our safety.

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