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This interview will regale the history of a mental health pilot from the early 90's that remains as relevant today as the day it was started. Back in the day, the Wright-Bronzan-McCorquodale Act of 1988 (known as AB 3777) funded – from the state's general fund -- three Integrated Service Agency programs for mentally ill consumers. The most well-known of these was MHA's The Village in Long Beach (Mental Health America) which became a model for the Mental Health Services Act (Prop 63) which would follow about ten years later. This pilot featured two study groups. The Village coordinated and supported the 24/7 whole-person life needs of 120 consumers, randomly picked by the independent evaluator. The budget was based upon a per-capita allocation of $15,000 per person per year, paid quarterly in advance. Within this budget, Village staff (think “community integration managers” as opposed to case managers) had to cover all costs associated with inpatient care, outpatient care, vocational support, community engagement, whatever was required. By contrast, the control group was serviced through the usual and customary public mental health system; a clinical model.Ragins and Pilon will talk about the remarkable staff culture that evolved and the stunning outcomes associated with the pilot. Higher levels of employment, lower levels of hospitalization and the like. The evaluation report is summarized here.True payment reform is required if the public mental health system is going to make a difference in the lives of the people it services. Recovery is possible, but people need to be supported in all aspects of their life, not just with medication and clinical interventions. The Guests: Dave Pilon received his doctorate in Social Psychology from Harvard University in 1981. From 1989 until his retirement, he served in various roles at Mental Health America of Los Angeles (MHALA), including as its CEO from 2009 until 2017. For over 35 years he has consulted in the design and transformation of mental health programs and systems throughout the United States, New Zealand and Japan. Most recently he has served as the lead consultant to the L.A. County Department of Mental Health for the TRIESTE Pilot.He is passionate about creating better ways to serve the most vulnerable among us, particularly people with serious mental illnesses. Mark Ragins calls himself a recovery-based psychiatrist. He worked for 27 years as the medical director at the MHALA Village in Long Beach. Most recently, he's been serving on campus as the only psychiatrist at CSU Long BeachDr. Ragins website features a number of resources and writings from the recovery mindset about which he is so passionate. He has recently published a new book, Journeys Beyond the Frontier: A Rebellious Guide to Psychosis and Other Extraordinary Experiences.
Learn how to Become Mentally Tough this week with Dr. Haley Perlus. Dr. Haley Perlus is a world-class Sports Psychologist. She knew from the age of 12 that this would be her life work.Dr. Haley works with some of the world's top athletes, brands and fitness experts to move past mental blocks, achieving results uniquely tailored to the individual or corporation's goals and expectations. With knowledge and personal experience as an elite athlete, coach, fitness professional, entrepreneur, a Ph.D. in Sport Psychology, and overall wellness enthusiast, Dr. Haley Perlus provides her clients with the necessary mental toughness tools to achieve their highest level of performance.Check out Dr. Haley's site: https://drhaleyperlus.com Check out Dr. Haley's YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8cH78p4ZaR_F-S7iLSE0PQ ----Full Transcript, Quote Cards, and a Show Summary are available here: https://www.jjlaughlin.com/blog-----Check out this week's episode here:https://link.chtbl.com/LeadOnPurposeJames Laughlin is a High Performance Leadership Coach, Former 7-Time World Champion, Host of the Lead On Purpose Podcast and an Executive Coach to high performers and leaders. James is based in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Welcome back to Source Code, Decipher's weekly security news podcast. This week, the State Department said it will offer rewards for more information for the Conti group. Also this week, cybersecurity agencies from the U.S, UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand warned that cybercriminals are increasingly targeting managed service providers. Finally, researchers released more details on a sophisticated post-exploitation framework being deployed on Microsoft Exchange server instances.
On May 16, the European Union will no longer require people to wear masks on planes. Many countries around the world have already started to relax Covid-19 restrictions. And some, like Greece, New Zealand and Japan, are preparing to drop all rules in time for summer. So is it finally time to get back to normal? At least to the way life was before the pandemic. Or is it time to simply embrace the ‘new normal'? This week on Beyond the Headlines, host Suhail Akram asks experts and health care professionals if the pandemic is truly over.
https://youtu.be/eqT3j2LIpoY Host: Fraser Cain ( @fcain )Special Guest: Astronomers recently announced that, with the help of the ESO VLT, they had observed a new type of small — yet powerful — stellar explosion: a Micronova. The study, which was published in "Nature" on April 20 [https://www.eso.org/public/news/eso22...], was led by Dr. Simone Scaringi, astronomer at Durham University in the UK. We are pleased to welcome Simone to tonight's WSH to tell us more about this exciting discovery. Simone earned his undergraduate BSc in Mathematics with Astronomy at the University of Southampton, after which he obtained both a M.Phil and PhD also from Southampton in the Astronomy group (2010). He spent the next two years at Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands, as a postdoctoral fellow before moving to KU Leuven, Belgium, in 2012 with a FWO Pegasus Marie Curie fellowship. In 2015 Simone joined the Max-Planck-Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics in Garching, Germany where he held a Humboldt fellowship. In 2017 Simone was appointed lecturer at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand, and in 2018 he moved to the United States as an Assistant Professor at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, USA. Since 2020 he has been an Assistant Professor in the Centre for Extragalactic Astronomy at Durham University. Simone's primary research interests are accretion physics across the scales, compact objects, time-series analysis, machine learning, and Galactic photometric surveys. You can learn more about Simone and his research by visiting his faculty website at Durham University [https://www.durham.ac.uk/staff/simone...] as well as his personal website [http://www.astro.dur.ac.uk/~simo/]. You can also follow him on Facebook [https://www.facebook.com/frozensimo] as well as Twitter [https://twitter.com/AstroSimo], although he admits to rarely using Twitter! Regular Guests: Dr. Morgan Rehnberg ( http://www.morganrehnberg.com/ & @MorganRehnberg ) Dr. Leah Jenks ( https://leahjenks.com/ / @leahgjenks ) C.C. Petersen ( http://thespacewriter.com/wp/ & @AstroUniverse & @SpaceWriter ) This week's stories: - A new Hubble competitor from China. - Perseverance lost contact with Ingenuity! - What will the EHT be announcing? - What you can do with lunar soil. - CO2 frost avalanches on Mars. We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs. Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too! Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations. Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.
Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Support The Daily Gardener Buy Me A Coffee Connect for FREE! The Friday Newsletter | Daily Gardener Community Historical Events 1815 On this day, Mary Russell Mitford wrote about the changing times in a letter to her friend, Sir William Elford, English banker, politician, and amateur artist. Our grandmothers, when about to make a beau-pot (A large ornamental vase for cut flowers.), proceeded, I fancy, much as their gardeners when clipping a yew hedge or laying out a parterre. Every stalk and stem was in its place; tulip answered tulip, and peony stared at peony. Even a rebellious leaf was reduced to order, and the huge bouquet spread its tremendous width as flat, as stiff, and almost as ugly as its fair framer's painted fan. We, their granddaughters, throw our honeysuckles and posies into their vases with little other care than to produce the grace of nature by its carelessness and profusion. And why should we not...? 1896 Death of Nora Perry, American poet, newspaper correspondent, and writer. In her poem, What May Be, Nora wrote, When the days are longer, longer, And the sun shines stronger, stronger, And the winds cease blowing, blowing, And the winter's chance of snowing Is lost in springtime weather. Here's an excerpt from her poem, The Coming of Spring. All this changing tint, This whispering stir and hint Of bud and bloom and wing, Is the coming of the spring. So, silently but swift, Above the wintry drift, The long days gain and gain, Until on hill and plain— Once more, and yet once more, Returning as before, We see the bloom of birth Make young again the earth 1906 Birth of Enid Annenberg Haupt, American publisher and philanthropist. The president of the New York Botanical Garden called Enid, The greatest patron American horticulture has ever known. Enid was one of eight children; her parents, Sadie and Moses, had one son and seven daughters. Her father was the founder of a large publishing empire. Enid followed in his footsteps and became an heiress to the large family fortune. Enid's first marriage ended in divorce. Her second marriage to Ira Haupt launched her philanthropic activities and introduced her to the world of gardening. When they got engaged, Ira gave Enid a cymbidium orchid. Enid was immediately enthralled by it. She told Ira that for her wedding present from him, she would be very happy with a gift of 13 cymbidium orchids. Enid's brother, Walter, put her in charge of the magazine Seventeen in 1953. During her tenure, Seventeen magazine was more popular than Glamor and twice as popular as Mademoiselle. At one point, more than half of the teenage girls in the United States were reading Seventeen magazine. Enid ran the magazine until 1970. When Enid died in 2005, she had donated more than $140 million to charities. Her favorite charities involved gardening. This is how Enid became known as "the fairy godmother of American horticulture" and "the patron saint of public gardens." One of Enid's most significant gifts was to the New York Botanical Garden. Over her lifetime, Enid gave them over $34 million – $5 million of which was dedicated to restoring the stunning Victorian glass greenhouse now called the Enid Haupt Conservancy. Without Enid, the greenhouse would have been demolished. After she retired from Seventeen magazine, Enid learned that the Soviet Union was considering purchasing River Farm, the 27-acre property once owned by George Washington as part of his Mount Vernon estate. The news was abhorrent to Enid. In 1973, she donated a million dollars to the American Horticultural Society to buy the property with the stipulation that it would remain open to the public. In November 2020, the American Horticultural Society attempted to sell River Farm for $32.9 million. AHS Board Chair Terry Hayes argued that selling River Farm was the only way to effectively carry out its national mission of “connecting people with plants and to help all Americans learn about sustainable gardening.” The move caused a rift on the board after five board members — Skipp Calvert, Tim Conlon, Holly Shimizu, Marcia Zech, and Laura Dowling — argued that it was "not only morally and ethically wrong, but... fraught with serious legal issues.” A year later, in the fall of 2021, the AHS officially took River Farm off the market. The AHS board had shrunk to the five board members who had fought to keep the historic property. In a statement, they said River Farm would remain as the permanent headquarters of the AHS and as a green space open to the public in honor of Enid Annenberg Haupt. 1823 On this day, William Bartram, American botanist, ornithologist, natural historian, and explorer, wrote in his diary that there were, numerous tribes of small birds, feeding on the aphids on the apple, pear trees - towhe buntings building their nests in the garden. Sharon White summarizes William Bartram's May garden life in her book Vanished Gardens: Finding Nature in Philadelphia (2011). May was misty sometimes with a morning wind and cruel with cold rains for a week "injurious to vegitation and to the farmers. Wheat just begining to ear appears to be blasted in many instances," and young birds drowned in their nests on the ground. Now and then Bartram's notations look different, smaller script, less detail. In the last year he kept the diary his writing scrawls across one page as if his hand slipped. The green twig whortleberry is in flower on May 6 in 1802, and the next May he records that a bullfrog swallowed: large mole instantly. That May there was hard frost on the seventh that killed the young shoots of trees and shrubs. Grow That Garden Library™ Book Recommendation The Multifarious Mr. Banks by Toby Musgrave This book came out in 2020, and the subtitle is From Botany Bay to Kew, The Natural Historian Who Shaped the World. Toby Musgrave is a plant and garden historian, independent scholar, and consultant. He is the author or coauthor of eighteen books. By the way, a multifarious person has many sides or different qualities, and you can see for yourself that Banks was a tremendous personal force in Toby's introduction: Sir Joseph Banks was only twenty-five years old when in 1768 he convinced both the prestigious Royal Society and the bureaucratic Admiralty that he should join HMS Endeavour as expedition natural historian. He personally paid a fortune toundertake the three-year voyage led by James Cook, and en route became the first European to make an extensive study of the natural history and anthropology of Tahiti,' New Zealand and Australia. He is said to have had an affair with the 'queen of Tahiti' and, upon his return, he jilted his fiancée. Later, as a close personal friend of King George III, he persuaded the monarch that he was the man to develop the Royal Botanic Garden at Kew. Under Banks's leadership it became the world's leading botanic garden, a position it still holds today. This book is 386 pages of the biography of Joseph Banks and all he accomplished during his incredible life of adventure and botany. You can get a copy of The Multifarious Mr. Banks by Toby Musgrave and support the show using the Amazon link in today's show notes for around $39. Botanic Spark 1907 Birth of the English author and playwright Daphne du Maurier (“Mor-ee-aya”)(books by this author), who was born in London. She was the middle daughter of a well-to-do family of creative bohemian artists and writers. Her father was a famous actor and a favorite of James Barrie - the author of Peter Pan. Daphne's writing inspired Alfred Hitchcock - especially her novels Rebecca, Jamaica Inn, and her short story, The Birds. In 1938 Daphne published her popular book, Rebecca. It has never gone out of print. During the pandemic in 2020, Netflix released their movie version of Rebecca starring Lily James, Armie Hammer, and Kristin Scott Thomas. In Rebecca, Daphne writes about the beautiful azaleas that grow on the estate at Manderley. And she says that the blooms were used to make a perfume for its late mistress. Yet, most azalea growers know that this is likely an example of artistic license since most evergreen azaleas have little to no fragrance. That said, some native deciduous azaleas can be very fragrant. In the opening pages of Rebecca, Daphne's narrator vividly describes the wild and wooly garden of Manderley: I saw that the garden had obeyed the jungle law, even as the woods had done. The rhododendrons stood fifty feet high, twisted and entwined with bracken, and they had entered into alien marriage with a host of nameless shrubs, poor, bastard thing that clung about their roots as though conscious of their spurious origin. A lilac had mated with a copper beech, and to bind them yet more closely to one another, the malevolent ivy, always an enemy to grace, had thrown her tendrils about the pair and made them prisoners. Daphne du Maurier incorporated gardens into many of her books. Her daughters recall that their mother loved flowers and flower arranging. Their home was always filled with flowers. Yet, in her book, The King's General, as in Rebecca, the garden can feel like a dangerous place at times. I was a tiny child again at Radford, my uncle's home, and he was walking me through the glass houses in the gardens. There was one flower, an orchid, that grew alone; it was the color of pale ivory, with one little vein of crimson running through the petals. The scent filled the house, honeyed and sickly sweet. It was the loveliest flower I had ever seen. I stretched out my hand to stroke the soft velvet sheen, and swiftly my uncle pulled me by the shoulder. ‘Don't touch it, child. The stem is poisonous. Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener And remember: For a happy, healthy life, garden every day.
In this episode Kate speaks with New Zealand Visual Artist Phoebe Gander. Phoebe shares how difficult it was to live most of her life with undiagnosed ADHD, how for years she believed there was something deeply faulty about her and how that was the root cause of self-hatred and years of depression. When her own young son was diagnosed with ADHD, it led her to her own diagnoses which set her on a path of a deep healing and self acceptance which ultimately allowed her to step into the superpowers that ADHD had in store for her. So many of us KNOW from a young age what we love and what makes us happy but in a misguided effort to be like everyone else we so often talk ourselves out of following those dreams. Phoebe's story is a reminder to me of how important it is that we commit to seeing each other's differences as gifts, not things to be scared of. So much suffering and trauma can be avoided if we are encouraged to lean into what makes us different, rather than trying to make it go away. One of my favourite moments in the episode is when Phoebe talks about her painting “No light, no shadow” and how for her it is a very clear example for her of what she feels creativity is trying to do through her; which is to remind herself and others that without darkness there can be no light. When I think about little Phoebe and ALL the little people everywhere who are trying so desperately to achieve all the same things in all the same ways as their peers despite the fact that that is simply not how life works - my heart gets a lump in its throat. I wish we could just wave a magic wand right now and let every single person past present and future know this: the thing that makes you different IS the thing that makes YOU so special. I am roaring encouragement at you to not waste another moment: LEAN into this thing. Things Phoebe and I talk about-How so many of us KNOW from a young age what we want to do, but in a misguided effort to be like everyone else we talk ourselves out of following our dreams.-What it was like to have undiagnosed ADHD for much of her life (no explanation for why she was so “different” -What the gifts and challenges of ADHD have been - learning how to balance those. -What creativity really is and what it is trying to do through her -Why she calls herself an emerging artist (even though she is very accomplished) -How the two years she studied art and theater in university were the “best two years of her life: -The pressure to come up with a “reasonable” job when we are younger. -How she hit rock bottom and what borough her back -Post-natal depression, post natal anxiety-Whether you can be a “real” artist even if you can't draw (spoiler: the answer is yes) About Phoebe Gander:Phoebe Gander is a mixed media Artist, inspired by the beautiful ocean, skies and landscape where she lives with her family in Wainui Beach on the east coast of New Zealand. She predominantly uses acrylic paint and epoxy resin, as well as other fluid mediums such as acrylic ink and alcohol ink. She is self taught in these mediums however has a BA hons degree in printed surface design, which she gained studying at Falmouth College of Arts in the UK. She began creating art regularly again in 2018 and creates work using many layers, using paint and sometimes resin or other media to create depth and intrigue. Phoebe is fascinated by creating artworks that pull the viewer closer and drawn to creating abstract landscapes, full of textures and marks that tell a story. To her, there is something captivating about nature - it's a never ending source of inspiration, ever changing with the seasons, the weather... in a time where everything is fleeting, where people want to consume things so quickly, she creates artworks for you to stand still and consider a moment caught in time. Living just across the road from the beach and with a backdrop of hills behind her home studio she feels a strong connection to the landscape that surrounds her.Originally from the UK, Phoebe has lived in New Zealand with her husband for the past 15 years where they've since had three children.Kate Shepherd: art | website | instagramMorning Moon Nature Jewelry | website | instagramCreative Genius Podcast | website | instagramPhoebe Gander: website | facebook | instagramResources discussed in this episode:Alcohol inksResin Additude.mag diagnostic tool for addDr, Richard Barkley adhd researchPower of Now Eckhart TolleIf you or someone you know is suffering with Post-Natal or Depression of any kind, please reach out to your local health-care provider Please share the show with a friend and if you are moved to make a financial contribution to the production of this podcast, THANK YOU here is the link for our Patreon
A British socialite and footballer's wife has faced a barrage of accusations in a court case she brought herself. Rebekah Vardy has accused Coleen Rooney of defamation - after Rooney named her as the source of leaks about her and her family. Vardy's taken her to court but in the process has had to make several embarrassing confessions. Worldwatch's Perlina Lau has more.
The two teams that put the Pacific into Super Rugby Pacific will meet for the first time this weekend, with the Fijian Drua hosting Moana Pasifika in Sydney. The newcomers have already recruited loyal fan bases. Rugby reporter Joe Porter has more on tomorrow evening's historic match.
A specially tailored housing project for Hastings is almost a year behind target. The government promised to build 200 homes in the city by the middle of 2021 but nearly a year on, they're still 80 houses short. Our Hawke's Bay reporter Tom Kitchin explains.
A new police retail crime unit is identifying and targeting some of the countries worst shoplifters who are brazenly stealing tens of thousands of dollars worth of goods. Retail NZ estimates there's a billion dollars a year in loses from retail offending. The initiative was announced by the Police Commissioner late last year but is only just up and running. Matt Tierney heads up the unit.
Te Pāti Māori wont stand a candidate in the upcoming Tauranga by-election due to safety concerns. The party says a string of racist incidents in the city, including a white nationalist leaflet drop, and death threats have led them to opt out of the race altogether, and in doing so protect their mana. But others already in the running say it's an insult to stereotype the entire Tauranga electorate as racist. Here our reporter Leah Tebbutt in Tauranga.
Filling up the trolley is filling plenty of people with dread at the moment, as food prices continue to rise. Supermarkets are vying for customers with price freezes and discounts - but what's the best way of getting the most out of the food we buy. Our reporter Louise Ternouth and camera operator Marika Khabazi went to find out.
Predator Free Wellington has brought in a four legged reinforcement to track down the last remaining ship rats on the Miramar Peninsula. Efforts to get rid of weasels and Norway rats have been successful and now it's time for the final swoop. Our visual journalist Samuel Rillstone has the story.
Doctors, unions and recruitment firms are getting behind the call for nurses to be part of the new fast track for residency. Migrant nurses must be in the country for two years, before they can apply for residency. However the aged care sector, which is losing nearly half its staff each year to hospitals or overseas, is bitterly disappointed the government didn't bond overseas nurses to one employer. Ruth Hill reports.
Bromley residents suffering the ongoing smell of poo will be airing their grievances with the Christchurch mayor and councillors at a neighbourhood meeting tonight. The local wastewater treatment plant and two large filters were gutted in a fire last year. Work to remove the rotting material will begin next month but its too little too late for many who say they're living in unbearable conditions. Local resident Damian Elley is one of them and joins me now.
Judo is back on the schedule at the 2022 Commonwealth Games after it was dropped for the last Games in 2018. New Zealand is sending seven judoka to Birmingham and there is a distinctly family feel about the team. Felicity Reid has more.
New Zealand could be in for a perfect winter storm of Covid, flu and RSV. The Director-General of Health has held a now-rare press conference, to present some winter modelling. It suggests a second wave during the winter months could see hospitalisations peak at more than 1000. RNZ political reporter Giles Dexter has the story.
The government has announced what it calls "the most significant increase" in funding for ministry of youth development programmes in 20 years. The $15 million extra over four years will mean 6800 more rangatahi get access to services. It'll also fund a youth worker pilot progamme aimed at boosting contact time with at least 360 young people with complex and urgent needs each year. And some goes on research for developing and tracking programmes - including for marginalised communities. Minister for Youth Priyanca Radhakrishnan talks to Lisa Owen.
A new retailer in Glen Innes says he no longer feels safe mere months after opening a business in the Auckland suburb. It follows several smash and grabs and ram raids in the area, with some worried retailers deciding to reinforce shop frontages to keep offenders out. Meanwhile, a local family centre says staff are working overtime to try to keep kids on the straight and narrow. Nick Truebridge and cameraman Nick Monro report from Auckland's east.
Te Pāti Māori wont stand a candidate in the upcoming Tauranga by-election due to safety concerns. The party says a string of racist incidents in the city, including a white supremacist leaflet drop, and death threats, have led them to opt out of the race altogether, and in doing so protect their mana. Rawiri Waititi is the MP for Waiariki; the Māori electorate that covers Tauranga. He is also the co-leader of Te Pāti Māori. He talks to Lisa Owen.
If you would like to send us any feedback or join in our live webinars, then we would love to hear from you, please contact us at email@example.com or contact us through our website thegreatcoachespodcast.com Our Great Coach on this episode is soccer coach Beverly Priestman. Bev grew up in England where she completed a bachelor's degree in science and football from Liverpool University. In her early 20's she moved to New Zealand as head of development for the national football federation. She then moved to Canada as an Assistant to the National Womens team coach, as well coaching the Canadian Womens team at the FIFA U-17 World Cups. From there she returned to the UK to work as an Assistant for Phil Neville who was coaching the National Womens team and helped guide them to fourth place at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in France. Then in 2020 she was appointed Head Coach of the Canadian Womens team and famously led them to a gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics. Bev is a coach, who at only 35 years old, already has almost 20 years experience across 3 countries. This perspective, coupled with her energy gives her a depth of wisdom that is motivating and inspiring. She is strongly values led, and she talks a lot about the role that bravery has played in her life and how it helped shape the focus of her team, so that they could fulfill their mission of changing the colour of the medal, at the Tokyo Olympics. She is also confident, and yet still humble enough to talk about her to talk about her emotional and intellectual development as a coach. Some of the other highlights of the interview for me were: How in high-pressure situations she sees her job as lightening the mood so that people can perform at their optimal level, and the story she shares around how she did this in the Olympic village the day before the gold medal match. How getting herself out of her comfort zone, and diversifying her experiences allowed her to grow in confidence and belief. How she used the pandemic lock down to self-develop by focusing on who she was a person, her values and the team culture she wanted to develop. Bev is a coach with what I expect will be a long and successful career ahead of her, and I hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
We walk by faith, not by sight - but - some were privileged to see! John the Baptist saw the Spirit of God descending on Jesus as a dove, and heard the voice of the Father. Herod put John to death. But God raised up more eyewitnesses. Three men would see Christ in His divine glory. Jim has been showing us How John's Life and Death Influenced the Kingdom, and we're ready for the finale of that sermon. We're in Matthew, chapter 16. Listen to Right Start Radio every Monday through Friday on WCVX 1160AM (Cincinnati, OH) at 9:30am, WHKC 91.5FM (Columbus, OH) at 5:00pm, WRFD 880AM (Columbus, OH) at 9:00am. Right Start can also be heard on One Christian Radio 107.7FM & 87.6FM in New Plymouth, New Zealand. You can purchase a copy of this message, unsegmented for broadcasting and in its entirety, for $7 on a single CD by calling +1 (800) 984-2313, and of course you can always listen online or download the message for free. RS05132022_0.mp3Scripture References: Luke 1; 7:24-35; Matthew 21:23; 16:17-21
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New York based artist Sarah Cameron Sunde has returned to New Zealand to complete a performance which she first started working on just before the country went into lockdown in 2020. She talks to Jesse about her work.
Witnessing unbelievable hardships on a rugby tour in South Africa at the age of 19 shaped the life of Will Mallard and his focus on WHY. With a passion for helping people feel secure, Will focuses on solving the problems of social housing in the UK today and for the future through social impact investment. KEY TAKEAWAY “I can help other people and that's really important to me. If you're looking for a WHY, it's actually about how can I make other people feel.” ABOUT WILL MALLARD As a social impact investor Will Mallard focuses on English social housing portfolios and other needs-based investment opportunities with Angel investors wanting to make a difference. Permanently London-based, he is from Wellington, New Zealand. Actively involved in property and social impact communities, Will also has a podcast, MY PROPERTY WORLD with 100+ episodes with guests providing stories about their lives, deals and talking property. CONNECT WITH WILL https://twitter.com/WillMallard https://www.instagram.com/kiwiwill8/ https://www.facebook.com/will.mallard.50 https://www.linkedin.com/in/willmallard/ https://anchor.fm/my-property-world ABOUT THE HOST - AMY ROWLINSON Amy is a Life Purpose Coach, Podcast Strategist, Top 1% Global Podcaster, Speaker, Mastermind Host and Property Investor. Through 1:1 and group coaching, Amy works with individuals and businesses to improve productivity, engagement and fulfilment, to banish overwhelm, underwhelm and frustration and to welcome clarity, achievement and purpose. WORK WITH AMY Amy inspires and empowers entrepreneurial clients to discover the life they dream of by assisting them to make it their reality through their own action taking. Helping them to focus on their WHY with clarity uniting their passion and purpose with a plan to create the life they truly desire. If you would like Amy to help you to launch your podcast or to focus on your WHY then please book a free 20 min call via www.calendly.com/amyrowlinson/enquirycall KEEP IN TOUCH WITH AMY Sign up for the weekly Friday Focus - https://www.amyrowlinson.com/subscribe-to-weekly-newsletter CONNECT WITH AMY https://linktr.ee/AmyRowlinson HOSTED BY: Amy Rowlinson DISCLAIMER The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast belong solely to the host and guest speakers. Please conduct your own due diligence.
Episode 168 hosts Dr Sarah Hart, a cosmetic physician from Auckland, New Zealand. Sarah joins us in the 7th Chapter of our mini-series called 'The Injector Diaries'. These episodes feature in depth conversations, stories and experiences from injectors around the globe. Each injector brings their own unique take on things and we'll showcase every level of injector, from newbies to masters. We'll explore how and why they chose to inject, why they favour using certain products, look under the hoods of their clinics and businesses and aim to learn from and inspire our injector listeners. In this episode, we explore: How and why Sarah became an injector Insights into the New Zealand injectable market Reflecting the New Zealand attitude to aesthetics vs Australia The New Zealand Society of Cosmetic Medicine and what their role is exactly? Sarah's style of injecting and philosophy – where she learnt her techniques, approach and her aesthetic ‘eye'. Her views on the trend for looking 'hyper-augmented' What's ‘right and wrong' for injectors and should we always obey the beauty standards that we are taught? Her role as a KOL for Allergan and how it started Being selected as a global mentee under Mauricio De Maio – what was the purpose of the programme and how did it improve Sarah as an injector The dynamic of working within someone else's clinic How having a PA helps her be a better injector Where Sarah see's the industry going within the next 5-10 years Her views on ultrasound in aesthetics? Her new clinic plans Every week we also ask our Injector Diaries guest: - What their favourite toxin is and why - What their favourite filler is and why - What their go-to cannula make and size is? - Aspiration: we discuss Sarah's co-authorship of a new a controversial paper on the topic Show your support for IA via Patreon Follow IA on Instagram Visit our website Subscribe to IA on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to IA on Spotify Contact Dr Jake & David More about Dr Jake Follow Dr Jake on Instagram Follow David on Instagram Follow Sarah on Instagram
RADIO SAFE VERSION: Rev. Stang has been busy with video projects, book projects, broken projectors, a dried-up dryer, a late Medicare payment, the rewiring of the DobbsHed shed with the ancient tapes in it, in 100 degree heat, and, he must mail all those orders to Australia, AGAIN, now that the paranoid Covid mail ban has been lifted there and also in New Zealand. Both of which nations host many SubGeniuses. ANYWAY... here is what Rev. Stang wrote about this episode right after he threw it together from carefully crafted individual pieces, in 2003: "This is The Greatest Hour of Slack Ever. I know I often say that, but this time it's true for sure. The live ESO shows of the last 3 weeks have been WAR TALK and X-Day Hankerin'. The best in those veins that wasn't TOTALLY stupid, yet was still gut-blowingly hilarious - yet horrifying, considering the subject matter - went into this one. Also, Mister F. Le Mur cranked out noise like he previously cranked out art. I guess Le Mur is now the Slack man's Terry Gilliam to the Slack man's Monty Python, in that he does a lot of the show, yet he's never heard. "This show furthermore contains an Artemia Salina chop-up which should get lots of future replay as it's copied and bounced around audio sarcasm collectors. And, the newly Hour of Slacked Hank Flloyd and the Swerving Headlights presents yet ANOTHER great alien abduction C&W ballad."
Rerun of 2003's Hour of Slack 882 - WAR & X-Day Rev. Stang has been busy with video projects, book projects, broken projectors, a dried-up dryer, a late Medicare payment, the rewiring of the DobbsHed shed with the ancient tapes in it, in 100 degree heat, and, he must mail all those orders to Australia, AGAIN, now that the paranoid Covid mail ban has been lifted there and also in New Zealand. Both of which nations host many SubGeniuses. ANYWAY... here is what Rev. Stang wrote about this episode right after he threw it together from carefully crafted individual pieces, in 2003: "This is The Greatest Hour of Slack Ever. I know I often say that, but this time it's true for sure. The live ESO shows of the last 3 weeks have been WAR TALK and X-Day Hankerin'. The best in those veins that wasn't TOTALLY stupid, yet was still gut-blowingly hilarious - yet horrifying, considering the subject matter - went into this one. Also, Mister F. Le Mur cranked out noise like he previously cranked out art. I guess Le Mur is now the Slack man's Terry Gilliam to the Slack man's Monty Python, in that he does a lot of the show, yet he's never heard. "This show furthermore contains an Artemia Salina chop-up which should get lots of future replay as it's copied and bounced around audio sarcasm collectors. And, the newly Hour of Slacked Hank Flloyd and the Swerving Headlights presents yet ANOTHER great alien abduction C&W ballad."
The cybersecurity authorities of the UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the US have observed a recent increase in malicious cyber activity against managed service providers (MSPs). Allied cybersecurity authorities expect state-sponsored cyber actors to increase their targeting of MSPs in an attempt to exploit provider-customer trust relationships. This advisory includes security guidance tailored for both MSPs and their customers. AA22-131A Alert, Technical Details, and Mitigations Technical Approaches to Uncovering and Remediating Malicious Activity Mitigations and Hardening Guidance for MSPs and Small- and Mid-sized Businesses APTs Targeting IT Service Provider Customers ACSC's Managed Service Providers: How to manage risk to customer networks Global Targeting of Enterprise Managed Service Providers Cyber Security Considerations for Consumers of Managed Services How to Manage Your Security When Engaging a Managed Service Provider Kaseya Ransomware Attack: Guidance for Affected MSPs and their Customers Baseline Cyber Security Controls for Small and Medium Organizations Actions to take when the cyber threat is heightened Top 10 IT Security Action Items to Protect Internet Connected Networks and Information CCCS's Alert: Malicious Cyber Activity Targeting Managed Service Providers CISA Cybersecurity Alert: APT Activity Exploiting MSPs (2018) CISA Cyber Essentials and CISA Cyber Resource Hub Improving Cybersecurity of Managed Service Providers Shields Up Technical Guidance All organizations should report incidents and anomalous activity to CISA's 24/7 Operations Center at email@example.com or (888) 282-0870 and to the FBI via your local FBI field office or the FBI's 24/7 CyWatch at (855) 292-3937 or CyWatch@fbi.gov.
Alison Mitchell, Jim Maxwell and Charu Sharma react to Brendon McCullum's appointment as England's new Test cricket coach. The former New Zealand captain has signed a four-year deal to succeed Chris Silverwood, who left his position in February. The team speak to two-time World Cup winner Anya Shrubsole and find out whether the former England bowler is happy with her decision to retire from international cricket. Plus we meet Luke Georgeson, the all-rounder who switched his allegiance from New Zealand to Ireland before having a change of heart and switching back just two weeks later. IMAGE: New Zealand cricketer Brendon McCullum rings the 5-minute bell before the start of play on day three of the 3rd Investec Test match between England and Sri Lanka at Lord's Cricket Ground. (Credit: Getty Images)
Cooking With Grief is the comedy podcast that covers everything from history to science, pop culture to geography, and everything in between. This week we're joined by Waffles (of Waffles and Mario Talk About Things podcast) for a special (mostly) Aotearoa New Zealand themed episode as we learn about the sexy saxophone music Kiwi conservationists use to get Kakapos to mate, how the most important hill in New Zealand is actually in Turkey (and how the Maori Battalion was the only successful unit at Gallipoli), and finally about Westward Ho! (not in New Zealand) and other unusual place names.If you enjoyed the show, and even if you didn't, please leave a review, and follow us on Twitter @CookinWithGrief !Waffles can be found on Twitter @Waffles_Mario and you can listen to Waffles and Mario Talk About Things podcast here: https://www.necropodicon.com/wamtatbio★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Mojtaba Rajabi discusses his upcoming Pacific South Honorary Lecture, "Present-Day Crustal Stress Across Spatial Scales." The present-day crustal in-situ stress field is of extreme importance for understanding both natural processes (e.g., understanding neotectonics, earthquake, and seismic hazard assessment) and anthropogenic activities (e.g., exploration and production of geothermal energy, groundwater, hydrocarbon, mineral resources, CO2, and hydrogen geo-storage). Analysis of the present-day stresses in numerous basins from across the world reveals that significant and complex variations in the present-day stress orientation are commonly observed at different scales. Mojtaba's lecture aims to investigate the pattern of crustal stress at different spatial scales to better evaluate the causes and consequences of contemporary stress in the earth's crust. In this conversation with host Andrew Geary, Mojtaba shares why it's necessary to understand the present-day crustal in-situ stress field, the impact of investigating crustal stress at different scales, and the causes and consequences of contemporary stress in the earth's crust. He also goes over the concept of stress mapping and what his years of experience studying basins have taught him. RELATED LINKS * Register for Mojtaba's course for free (9 June 2022) (https://www.knowledgette.com/p/present-day-crustal-stress-across-spatial-scales) * Discover SEG on Demand (https://seg.org/Education/SEG-on-Demand) * See the full archive of the SEG podcast (https://seg.org/podcast) BIOGRAPHY Dr. Mojtaba Rajabi is an ARC DECRA Fellow at the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Queensland. He has more than 14 years of extensive experience in crustal stress analysis, geomechanics, and geomechanical-numerical modeling. He graduated with a Ph.D. in Earth Sciences from the University of Adelaide in 2016. Dr. Rajabi has worked on the geomechanical analyses of more than 30 sedimentary basins from across the world including Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East, Mozambique, Iceland, and the Western Mediterranean. Since 2012, Dr. Rajabi has worked on the Australian and World Stress Map projects. He has received over 15 prestigious awards and prizes for his research including the ARC-DECRA Award, the Australian SEG Early Achievement Award, EAGE Louis Cagniard Award, the Royal Society of South Australia's H.G. Andrewartha Medal, and the International Lithosphere Program's Flinn-Hart Award. SPONSOR This episode is sponsored by Geospace Technologies. As the leading innovator and manufacturer of wireless seismic data acquisition systems, Geospace Technologies offers a series of seabed, wireless seismic data acquisition systems designed for extended-duration seabed seismic data acquisition. Geospace is committed to setting new standards for quality, performance, reliability and cost savings to E&P companies and marine geophysical contractors. CREDITS SEG produces Seismic Soundoff to benefit its members, the scientific community, and to inform the public on the value of geophysics. To show your support for the show, please leave a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. It takes less than five seconds to leave a 5-star rating and is the number one action you can take to show your appreciation for this free resource. And follow the podcast while you are on the app to be notified when each new episode releases. Original music created by Zach Bridges. Andrew Geary hosted, edited, and produced this episode for 51 features, LLC. Thank you to the SEG podcast team: Jennifer Cobb, Kathy Gamble, and Ally McGinnis.
Dr. Barrie Tan is hailed as a trailblazer and the world's foremost expert on vitamin E. A scientist first and foremost, Dr. Tan earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry/Biochemistry from the University of Otago, New Zealand and spent several years as a professor at UMass. His research expertise includes lipid-soluble nutrients (carotenoids, E vitamers, CoQ10, and omega-3s) that impact chronic conditions. He was the first to introduce tocotrienols benefits to the nutrition industry and developed the first-ever tocopherol-free tocotrienol product derived from annatto. Dr. Tan continues to collaborate with numerous universities worldwide to further tocotrienol research. Beyond tocotrienol, Dr. Tan's research now spans into geranylgeraniol, a critical endogenous nutrient for healthy aging. Get his book The Truth About Vitamin E at https://barrietan.com/book/. And learn more about his supplements and where they can be purchased at www.AmericanRiverNutrition.com - Learn more about our one-on-one Biohacker Coaching program www.BiohackerCoaching.com - Grab your free copy of The Biohacker's Guide to Upgraded Energy and Focus (just help with s/h) https://biohackersguide.com/free-guide - Subscribe to our free email newsletter www.biohackersguide.com/energycrash - Subscribe to The Biohacking Secrets Show podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-biohacking-secrets-show/id1139825099 Join Our Uncensored Telegram Channel for VIP Biohacking Content You Can't Get On Social
Cruise News Today — May 12, 2022. Princess Cruises introduces Princess Premier's all-inclusive package. Cunard places occupancy caps on two ships due to staffing issues. New Zealand is planning to open its borders to international visitors two months early. Cruise line stocks were down for CCL, RCL, and NCLH.
Welcome to episode 123 of the Löw Tide Böyz - A Swimrun Podcast!We have a great show for everyone this week. Joining us in Studio G is John Yelland, one of the founders of Mad Hatter Sports and organizer of the upcoming Hokey Cokey Swimrun taking place on May 21st in Cornwall, UK. This was a great interview filled with lots of laughs, a feel-good origin story, and, of course, Swimrun content.But first... Training UpdateWe are back at it after taking a light break the week after Swimrun Lake James. We are now upping the swim volume, the run volume, and, well, just a lot more volume all around as we barrel towards ÖTILLÖ, The Swimrun World Championship in September. Want to learn more about our ÖTILLÖ build? Check out our Countdown to ÖTILLÖ episodes.Next up for us is Ödyssey Swimrun Casco Bay on July 17th. Based on our calculations, it is 9 weeks away!ShoutoutsWe haven't given out any shoutouts the last few weeks so here's an outsized shoutout for our new Patrons on Patreon. Thank you Nick and Hannah M., Jeff H., and Dave D. for supporting our brand of super niche content and helping to fund our random sticker giveaway. (BTW, another giveaway is coming soon!)We also want to give a special shoutout to a fellow Bay Area Swimrunner Jonathan Pascual. He was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 paraganglioma cancer, a rare and aggressive form of cancer and he began chemotherapy and radiation last week. If anyone wants to help him and his family cover some of their upcoming medical expenses, his friends have set up a gofundme page to accept donations. Feats of EnduranceThis week's winner is Abby Rose. She's been crushing some major open water swims lately including the 5 Cove's of Death swim in Aquatic Park (5 loops around the perimeter of historic cold water home of the Dolphin and South End Rowing Clubs…and training ground of the Löw Tide Böyz), then a casual 4-hour, 12,000yd-ish swim, and she even swam in the green waters of Foster City. Strong work out there Abby!Make sure to sign up for our LTBz Strava Club and join Swimrunners from around the world as they train for stuff.This Week in SwimrunWelcome to the LTBz news desk. We got a long one for everyone today so buckle in.Swimrun season is open all over the world and we have a few weeks of races to catch up on!Here in the states, Swimrun Maryland took place on Sunday, May 8 at Greenbrier State Park. We were told that the water was chilly but good times were had by all.In Europe, there were a couple of races this past weekend, including Swimrun Portugal's Lagoa Swimrun which looked ridiculously epic and the Anjou Swimrun which also looked amazing.But that is not all, in the last few weeks since our last TWIS update, there have been a bunch of awesome Swimruns, including Swimrun Costa Brava and Swimrunman Gorges du Verdon. Both of these events looked world class and so was the podiums that featured a lot of former guests of the show including, Victor Dahl, Alexis Charrier, Hugo Tormento, Desirée Andersson, and Sabina Rapelli. (Sabina was even bitten by a dog during the ultra distance course at Swimrunman and still won the Women's division and came in 3rd overall!)In the bummer news department, like super bummer news, Breca Swimrun has announced that they are canceling all of their events in the UK and New Zealand for 2022. This news might not come as a total surprise given the messages that have been coming out from them but it's still a bummer.But all hope is not lost! 3D Events (based in Cambridge, UK) announced that they have been working behind the scenes and will be putting on the Jersey Swimrun on September 3rd, 2022. A lot of folks might be racing another event in a Scandinavian country around that time but we're stoked that the Jersey Swimrun will go on!Finally, ÖTILLÖ is just a week away from kicking off their 2022 season with their Swimrun Utö event. Both the Sprint and World Series distances have new courses so it should be a fun adventure for everyone.That is it for this week. Feel free to reach out and let us know if there's anything that you'd like for us to mention on the show.UpdatesWe have some discounts for everyone!!The awesome folks at Precision Fuel and Hydration have set up the discount code LOWTIDE22 that's good for 15% off of your first order. Our friends at Ödyssey Swimrun gave us the code “LOWTIDEBOYZ” that is good for 15% off of your registration for any and all of their 2022 events. John Yelland, Mad Hatter SportsIt was great to chat with John. In this conversation we covered a wide range of topics including the origin story for Mad Hatter Sports, how Swimrun came onto their radar, the Swimrun scene in the UK, and a lot more. We seriously need to make a trip to the UK at some point to check out his events!You can learn more about Mad Hatter Sports on their website.That's it for this week's show. If you are enjoying the Löw Tide Böyz, be sure to subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast player and leave us a five-star review. You can find us on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, and on YouTube. You can also follow our meme page on Instagram. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any feedback and/or suggestions. Finally, you can support our efforts on Patreon…if you feel so inclined.Thanks for listening and see you out there!- Chip and Chris
Australians will be casting their votes in just over a week, and if the opinion polls are to be believed, the Morrison government could be headed for a loss. There are many independent candidates, including the so-called 'teal independents', who are contesting some government held seats. The so-called teal candidates are a loose grouping of individuals who don't belong to a political party, but do share a common interest in wanting more action on climate change and political integrity. Antony Green, the ABC's election analyst, explains the challenges facing Scott Morrison's government this election.
Youth-driven ram raids might seem rampant right now, but child welfare experts say locking up offending kids won't help. In the latest smash and grab, a dairy in Onehunga was hit by a stolen vehicle this morning. More than five ram raids a week were reported around the country last year, and 9 in 10 involved involved youths. Sam Olley reports.
Queenstown locals are putting up their hands - and picking up dish cloths - to help worker-starved businesses brace for a busy winter. Over the Easter and Anzac long weekends, many Queenstown hotels and restaurants capped reservations because they didn't have enough staff - and wanted to avoid burning out the workers they do have. A Locals Keeping Queenstown Open initiative hopes to ease the pressure by bringing in people with some spare hours. Tess Brunton has more.
Both of New Zealand's major political parties have committed to the country's first three emissions budgets. A special Parliamentary debate on the budgets - which cap New Zealand's greenhouse gas emissions for the next 15 years - was held today. Our political reporter Anneke Smith has more.
A well-known Hamilton theatre is staging one of its most dramatic shows yet - a fight for survival that has drawn in millionaires, divided the community and has local councillors at each other's throats. The council has voted to demolish the 60-year-old Founders Theatre and replace it with a park and a performance area rejecting a proposal from the charitable trust - Theatre of the Impossible - to re-purpose the building into a community hub. The theatre's been closed since 2016 because it's earthquake prone and restoration could cost up to $20 million according to the council. With the curtain call nearing today three philanthropists - including the Mowbray family, with their billion dollar toy empire - entered the picture. Head of the group fighting to save Founders and former mayor Margaret Evans was at today's council meeting. She talks to Lisa Owen.
Former Black Caps captain Brendon McCullum is set to take on the head coaching role of the England's men's test side. The 40-year-old has agreed to take up the job, subject to a contract being finalised. McCullum played his last test for New Zealand in February 2016 and is the coach of the Indian Premier League side Kolkata Knight Riders. To discuss this we are joined by RNZ sports editor Stephen Hewson.
The Education Minister is being called out for allegedly inferring international students dishonestly exploited a back door to residency under study to work rights. In a press release about the government's immigration reset Chris Hipkins said "the future will be different, we won't be going back to National's volume over value approach that became a backdoor to residency for lower-skilled and lower-paid migrant workers." The International Students Association says the comments suggest overseas students have misused residency pathways that have been legally available to them and it fuels anti-migrant attitudes. The Association's national president Vikram Selvaraj talks to Lisa Owen.
As food prices continue to rise, some Aucklanders say they're cutting meals to cope. The latest Food Price Index figures from Stats NZ were released today, showing groceries were 6.4 percent pricier this April, compared to the same month last year. Fruit and vegetables rocketed up 9.4 percent, and meat, poultry and fish 8.4 percent. Our reporter Nick Truebridge and cameraman Nick Monro headed to West Auckland to see how some locals are getting by.
The people wanted a king - but not this King! Israel was anticipating their Messiah. But this backwoods carpenter could not be the One they'd longed for. Oh, they would gladly accept healing from Jesus, and food from Jesus, but His teachings? His claims to deity? No way! Then the King did something unexpected, and unbelievably sad: He honored their wishes. Here's Part 2 of Jim's sermon, How John's Life and Death Influenced the Kingdom. Listen to Right Start Radio every Monday through Friday on WCVX 1160AM (Cincinnati, OH) at 9:30am, WHKC 91.5FM (Columbus, OH) at 5:00pm, WRFD 880AM (Columbus, OH) at 9:00am. Right Start can also be heard on One Christian Radio 107.7FM & 87.6FM in New Plymouth, New Zealand. You can purchase a copy of this message, unsegmented for broadcasting and in its entirety, for $7 on a single CD by calling +1 (800) 984-2313, and of course you can always listen online or download the message for free. RS05122022_0.mp3Scripture References: Luke 1; 7:24-35; Matthew 21:23; 16:17-21
Team New Zealand pole vaulter Olivia McTaggart joined Closer Mentality this week to talk about the gymnast to pole vaulter pipeline, breaking the U-17 national record, snapping four poles and the psychological ramifications, missing out on Tokyo 2020, and representing New Zealand at the 2022 World Athletics Indoor Championship in Serbia. This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Get 10% off of your first month at betterhelp.com/closermentality Closer Mentality UNCENSORED: www.youtube.com/channel/UCJuZfwIP9ny-WIqpcUaQnWA Season 2's Playlist: www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLd…3p1aXW0xVjceLdJhG The episode is presented by MindReady Studios