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WOW! That makes my head spin.

The more I delve into database best practice in the real world, the more tricky it becomes.

I want to fix all-the-things but at the same time, there is the pressure that something should be consistently-wrong. As much as it makes my skin crawl that something isn't right, I get that you have to roll with it becomes something has been done 'slightly wrong' forever ... even if it takes forever to run.

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