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Thoughty Auti - The Autism & Mental Health Podcast
Who is Rachel Barcellona? Why did her Christian school try to 'cure her Autism'? How did Rachel Barcellona become Miss Florida? TW: Bullying and one mention of inappropriate touching of a minor Rachel Barcellona (@rachelbarcellonaxo), also known as Miss Florida, is a US-based model, singer, stand-up comedian, theatre star, and autism advocate. Her company 'Ability Beyond Disability inc' serves to cement her dream of providing adequate inclusion for all people. Working closely with the EPIC Players, New York's leading neuro-diverse theatre company, she champions Autism on mainstream media platforms like CNN, NBC, and Forbes. Rachel is also involved with a multitude of different charities, serving as a board member for C.A.R.D. USF, Unicorn Children's Foundation, Els for Autism Center of Excellence, and the Dyspraxia Foundation USA. Rachel's Insta - https://www.instagram.com/rachelbarcellonaxo/ // My Links - https://linktr.ee/thomashenleyUK Dbud Noise Cancelling Adjustable Ear Buds (15% Off) - https://dbud.io/thomashenley Thomas Henley (host) and Rachel Barcellona (guest) start by conversing about the prevalence of Spelling Bees in the USA compared to the UK, but they soon dive into Rachel's backstory with Autism. Professionals diagnosed Rachel Barcellona with Autism at the young age of 3, where she experienced a speech delay until 5; her parents were told that she would never go to college or achieve anything notable in life. They discuss the issue of manipulation and abuse particularly for autistic women. At her middle school age, Rachel Barcellona spent her time at a Christian school which allegedly manipulated her family into thinking it was the most inclusive place she could be. Unbeknownst to them, the school had an ulterior motive to 'cure' or 'remove' Autism in their students. Rachel was sadly a victim to the principal at the school, where they inappropriately touched her and proceeded to label her as the Devil's Child or Satan's Daughter. Rachel Barcellona spent many of her school days isolated and bullied due to her differences but decided to post positive notes on her bully's lockers to have a positive impact... which eventually turned into the work she carries out in the modern day. Doesn't sound like the work of the devil to me! Rachel highlights her core value of putting herself and her family first, and how her large extended family supported her throughout the difficult times of her life. Pivoting to Rachel's pageant, theatre, and singing success, they talk about her work with the neurodiverse theatre company Epic Players and how her failures in middle school had a positive impact on her ability to handle rejection... something commonplace for a budding Broadway prodigy! With her fingers in many pies, she explains her journey through performing arts, from cheerleading to singing, to theatrical performances. Pointing to her autistic gift of perfect pitch, Rachel talks about her love of Opera and how that inspired her to sing the USA National Anthem in Madison Square Gardens. Thomas enquires about her pageant work, what it entails, and how Rachel became Miss Florida; they go on to have a greater conversation about Rachel's skill with interviews and public speaking, and how Thomas found writing a much more easy method of communication than speaking in his youth. Ending on the impact Rachel wants to have with her work, she highlights a need for tolerance, and small yet impactful adjustments, underlining the importance of action over being performative when addressing diversity and inclusion in society. Song Of The Day (Listen Here) - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5UDIyN5TSYN4zMcRoQPrG8?si=9255ed3480d840b5 Interview me, 1:1 Autism Consultancy, public speaking for events & workplace training - https://www.thomashenley.co.uk
Episode 153Pete is continuing to work on landscaping around the property, Working on a big laser job, testing the new lenses for the laser, Dealing with more Binx drama, Feeling really unmotivated right now, and his honey moon is coming upDan is killing it on Etsy! Wrapped up all the slide table orders, and working on a table with a leaf.Mike was at a Festool event, discovered a new finish that he'll be using going forward, got a fiber laser, waiting for his new CNC to get delivered, getting a bunch of other new equipment, milled some brass, and shipping a lot of items freight.Sign up for Patreon for Early access, and special Patreon-only content:https://www.patreon.com/anotherwoodshoppodcastVoicemails:Max ReidReid Designed Co.Looking into getting my first big boy sander and I'm not sure if I go 3/16 or it or 3/32 orbit. Any advice would be appreciated!Jordan ChapmanHey guys, was wondering if you guys have any favourite third party accessories for Bandsaws (fences, guides, bearings, quick release). I bought an older 16" bandsaw on marketplace and wanted to start dialing it in and tricking it out. DillonSwift woodworkingA note about the shop fires with batteries. I recommend some TP link switches.ThomasTSG MakesAlright so I've really been into fish tanks lately and I just made my first one.The goal is to make the fishes a small eco system so they are happy and this morning I was having a cup of coffee, looking at them and then it hit me :What if, we were the fish and the earth is our fish tank. Right ? No ?Alright byyyye!You can send in your question to get answered on the podcast! Record your question or comment on your phones voice memo app and email it to firstname.lastname@example.orgYou can follow us all and the podcast on Instagram and YouTube!Podcast:https://www.instagram.com/anotherwoodshoppodcast/https://www.youtube.com/anotherwoodshoppodcast https://www.etsy.com/shop/awpstore Pete:https://www.instagram.com/ptreesworkshop/ https://www.youtube.com/ptreesworkshophttps://www.etsy.com/shop/pTreesWorkShop Dan:https://www.instagram.com/danieldunlap.woodworks/ https://www.youtube.com/danieldunlap https://www.etsy.com/shop/ddwwstore Mike:https://www.instagram.com/coffeycustombuilds/ https://www.youtube.com/coffeycustombuilds https://www.etsy.com/shop/coffeycustombuilds Support the show
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From 2008- Walter Hermanns, Daryle Sturino, and Jeff Barrow - the members of Syzygy, a team that won the Racine County Spelling Bee two years in a row. This interview was recorded right before they attempted to make it three in a row. (Note: They fell a little short, finishing in second place.) I (meaning Greg Berg) was actually a member of Syzygy when they won for the first time in 2006. Jeff Barrow took my place when I was unable to compete with them the next year.
Episode Summary Margaret and Eric discuss the ins and outs of prepping from a more traditional perspective than usual. They go over the basic tenets of preparedness, outline some easy and manageable ways to start prepping, find new and fun ways to laugh at traditional bunker mentalities, and discover that community is once again the best resource anyone can hope for. Guest Info Eric Shonkwiler (he/him) is the author of the newsletter When/If: A Leftist Guide to Prepare for a Changing World. He can be found at https://when-if.ghost.io/ where you can sign up for his newsletter. You can also find Eric on Twitter @eshonkwiler Host Info Margaret can be found on twitter @magpiekilljoy or instagram at @margaretkilljoy. Publisher Info This show is published by Strangers in A Tangled Wilderness. We can be found at www.tangledwilderness.org, or on Twitter @TangledWild and Instagram @Tangled_Wilderness. You can support the show on Patreon at www.patreon.com/strangersinatangledwilderness. Transcript Margaret 00:15 Hello, and welcome to Live Like the World is Dying, your podcast for what probably feels like the end times. I'm your host, Margaret Killjoy. And this week I'm really excited about this week. I've been hoping to do an episode...this particular episode for a while. This week, we're going to be talking about talking about prepping. And we're going to be talking about...well, I'm going to be talking to someone who writes the best newsletter I'm aware of for individual community preparedness, which is called When/If. And it's written by Eric Shonkwiler. And I'm really excited about this conversation. But first, I'm really excited to tell you that we're a proud member of the Channel Zero Network of anarchists podcasts. And here is a jingle from another show on the network. Margaret 01:34 Okay, if you could introduce yourself with your name, your pronouns, and then kind of just a little bit about When/If, you know, the reason that I've brought you on here to talk. Eric 01:45 Hi, I'm Eric ShonkWiler My pronouns are he/him. When/If is a newsletter on preparedness and collapse from a leftist perspective. I set out a couple of years ago to try to try to create some content around preparedness and prepping that was more accessible for folks on the left handed side of the political spectrum. Margaret 02:13 Yeah, and just to...we'll ask you to shout it out at the end too, but how can people get this fine newsletter? Eric 02:19 It might be easier to find me. My name is Eric Shonkwiler, a little bit difficult to spell. The newsletter itself is on ghost.io. Search "When/If." That's probably the best way to find it. It's a bit of a goofy address. Margaret 02:36 Yeah, it's hard to...every now and then I've tried to Google "When/If" and then I realize that's not going to work. Eric 02:43 But there are only two Eric Shonkwilers on the planet. So if you can remember my last name, you can probably find me. Margaret 02:49 Whoa. Who's the other one? Eric 02:52 Some kid in New Mexico. Margaret 02:53 All right. All right. I'm the only Margaret Killjoy I'm aware of. And whenever that changes, I'm going to be really sad. So I don't know...Were you like sad when you found out you weren't the only Eric Shonkwiler Eric 03:05 It was super weird. It turned out that for a little while we lived in the same town. I've lived all around the country. Margaret 03:14 Are y'all related? Eric 03:14 I don't...Like probably not really. I wasn't born and raised in New Mexico. It's just one of my favorite places to be and I was living out there working. And I I think I was looking myself up for something and found them on like a, you know, like a high school Spelling Bee sort of an article or something like that, you know, and found out he lived in the same town at the same time that I did. Super weird. Not a very big town. Very strange. Margaret 03:44 I kind of like that. That's kind of weird. Maybe you just.... Eric 03:48 Shout out to the other Eric Shonkwiler. Margaret 03:50 Yeah, totally. Okay, so. So you started this this newsletter and I kind of wanted to, you know...What do you cover in this newsletter? Right? What kind of stuff are you talking about? Eric 04:04 Everything. I focus on kind of, in my head, the big three, which is climate change, fascism, and the ignorance of the government/police brutality, kind of the three fronts, as I see it, that are going to be causing problems for folks in the future. Margaret 04:04 Isn't it kind of funny that--to me, I agree. These are, you know, probably the three big categories of things and then all three of them are ignored by right wing preparedness. Eric 04:46 Yeah. Margaret 04:47 Not always. Right? I mean, they claim there's a rise in fascism, but they claim it from a really odd perspective, not the people walking around with Nazi flags, but the people walking around with anti Nazi flags. And then Climate change. I feel like preparedness places used to talk about climate change. And then...I don't know if you experienced this? Did they just stop talking about it at some point when it became culture war or something like? Eric 05:13 I haven't seen a whole lot about climate change addressed in particular. They will just sort of ally it and talk about weather preparedness. But at the same time, I'm doing a little bit of research because I'm trying to turn When/If into a book. And so I'm looking at comparable titles. And one of the comps that I looked at went immediately out of the gate in the first few pages. It talked about the dangers of hurricanes and then under a discrete subheading: typhoons. And I just wanted to tell the author, who's my friend, "Those are the same thing." Margaret 05:57 Yeah, I was just thinking that. Eric 05:58 Just in a different hemisphere. Like, it's just in a different ocean you. Like you're telling someone to prepare for the same thing twice but differently. Like the the instructions were a little bit different too. It was wild. Margaret 06:13 They just googled "What to do with a typhoon" and wrote that down. Yeah. And they Googled "What to do in it?" Eric 06:17 Yeah. And, and that's why I do what I do, so that there can be some actual help when it comes to emergencies like that. And you're not stuck getting your information from a guy who really wants you to buy a Faraday bag because the EMP is coming. Margaret 06:17 Okay, so that's a really good segue into one of the main things I kind of wanted to talk about: one of the...I'm really excited to talk to someone who also sort of interacts in an intersection with a traditional prepping world, but then also cares about, you know, leftist prepping or community preparedness or whatever the hell we're going to call it because it seems like some of the information that's in traditional prepping is good, but we should talk about some of that like bullshit, like some of the nonsense that traditional preppers get wrong. Okay, so like Faraday bags, do you want to you want to myth bust the Faraday bag? Eric 07:14 My biggest thing would be that we're not going to see the long heralded EMP blast. Like that's just not what's gonna come get us. I think that I think there is very limited utility to the idea of the Faraday bag, and it's primarily in regards to protesting. Yeah, and it has much less utility than leaving your device at home. Yeah. So rather than buying a fancy bag or trying to guard your credit card chips from getting stolen at the grocery store, like I would just leave the things at home or turn them off. Keep them in your car if you're going to be someplace that you don't want to be linked to from a tower pin, you know? Yeah. Margaret 08:16 Yeah, like people talk about EMPs as if they're like...the tactical EMP is right around the corner. And as a science fiction writer I appreciate it, but literally only because otherwise it's impossible to imagine how we're going to deal with like swarms of nano robots with facial recognition. You know? Like until we have the EMP shotgun we're just kind of like...or like EMP force fields or something. Eric 08:41 I like the EMP much more all of a sudden. Margaret 08:44 Yeah, no, it's...But as far as I'm--it's been a while since I've looked this up--but I believe EMP or electromagnetic pulse, people are worried this blast will destroy all electronic devices, all modern cars, everything with a computer, everything with a chip or whatever. There is some EMP hardened equipment out there. And then a Faraday cage is like something that protects certain types of radiation from reaching certain things and it also blocks communications. I'm under the impression that the only way that anything produces an EMP right now is nuclear blasts high in the atmosphere. Eric 09:17 I think that's right. Yeah. Margaret 09:19 So I guess if we get into a nuclear war some electronics might be messed up, but I kind of feel like overall we have bigger problems. Eric 09:29 At that point, yeah. Yeah, we have a few few more things to worry about than the fact that you can't stream the latest season of whatever. Margaret 09:41 Well, I think it gets into...I really like to use Faraday bags as the example, right? Because it's like, I worry about this a lot, right? Because--and I'm curious what your take is--I worry about being a fear monger professionally, right? I worry about like spreading worry. My goal is to spread calmness and preparedness and you know ways we can...Okay, I have a Go bag. So if there's a forest fire I know what I'm doing so now I don't have to worry about forest fire. But there is a version where you just worry about stuff more and more and more. And especially if you're trying to sell someone something it's a really good system. It's like if I'm watching something, and the thing they're trying to sell me is a Faraday bag, to me that's a big red flag that like, "Oh, you're just a grifter." Because in the abstract of once I have every object in the world that I could possibly need, I suppose I could Faraday cage my basement or something. Right? But like...No. Eric 10:42 Yeah, that's a real problem because particularly when you tie your output to commerce you're kind of getting into Alex Jones territory where, you know, you're talking about chemicals in the water...and here's this water filter or here are these protein shakes that will solve everything. Margaret 10:42 Turn you into a man again instead of a gay [Inaudible word.] Eric 10:43 Yeah, and that's a big problem. You know, that creates a circular system where you just you spin people up and you give them the solution, and that isn't a solution at all. It might temporarily ease their worry, but they can just as easily get that by shopping at Etsy, you know, just any kind of consumption tends to ease that pang that we have. But if you're the one creating it, obviously, that's a different situation. Controlling that fear, or finding out the meter at which you should distribute it is, is something that I think about pretty much every time I hit publish. But at the same time, I'll stop and I'll look at the objective data that I've got, the new things that have occurred, whatever they may be new, anti trans legislation, the new IPCC report just came out last Monday and that really grounded some bad news about climate change. And you can't ignore the news and the updates that you receive on things like that just because you're worried that all that you're doing is making your readership afraid. I think that you should couch it appropriately. And how I do that is by at least trying to give the reader some actionable items at the end of my 1000 word screed where I talk about all of the awful shit that's happening in the world. Margaret 12:57 Action Items is a really good point. Action Items is...You know we did an episode a while ago about mental health first aid, right. And, you know, one of the things that I feel like we learn over and over again is that acting with agency is one of the main ways to prevent PTSD during bad situations. And I feel like even if we can't stop what's coming, acting with agency as much as we can about how we handle it and things like that, is how we keep it from destroying us. Like, it might literally destroy us. We might all drown in the rising waters or get murdered bu fascists or whatever, right? But like, you know, we can...there's some cliche here about not letting it destroy us along the way or something, you know, but yeah, the action items. That makes a lot of sense. Okay, but I want to talk more shit on traditional preppers. Eric 13:54 Okay, let's do it. Margaret 13:55 What else are they getting wrong? Like, it's funny because it's like some of the stuff....Well, okay, you're talking about for example, if you tie your stuff to what you're selling--I think I've been thinking about this a lot--I make and distribute these emergency kits and I don't sell them. And I spend thousands of dollars at the time when I have it and create these emergency kits. And I covered in one of my YouTube episodes. And I give them away to my friends and family and stuff, right? And then everyone's like, "Sure, whatever, my crazy friend who..." You know, and then every now and then someone tells me, "Oh, it was actually really useful that I had band aids in my backpack," or...you know, and it's always these tiny minor things. It's never the potassium iodide or whatever, you know? And there's a chance that I'm going to start selling them but literally just in order to make enough money to make this not be this massive sinkhole in my life that I distribute these things. And I worry. I worry about being an Alex Jones. Also, I really want people to have stored food in their basement and so part of me is like, "Man, I'm just gonna get a freeze dryer. I'm gonna freeze dried ton of stuff and I'm going to fucking give it to people." And then I'm like, "And I guess we'll sell it," you know? And then I'm like, "Oh, God, where does this end?" At what point am I selling supplements to make people stay virile or whatever, you know. And I don't know.... Eric 15:16 I think that the way to avoid that is like I said to eliminate the circle. So you can't be directly addressing an issue and saying that the solution is on your website, that it's in your store. Once you do that you're just a shill. And and whether or not the product is even remotely relevant at that point, you're losing credibility, at least to people that know what they're talking about. And you may have followers who are addicted to that circle, you know, that cycle that says, "Here's this panic. By the way, here's the thing that will cure the panic." But if you avoid that then I think that there's...then you don't have to be worried about perpetuating that and falling into an Alex Jones trap. Margaret 16:14 Yeah. No, that makes a lot of sense. Yeah. And there's a reason that we haven't started selling anything yet, anything along those lines, you know. I mean, at some point, we'll be putting out more books and stuff and that will be a selling. But I think we just have to...Cause I think about that guy who--maybe it's a perfectly fine book; I doubt it--but the guy who's like typhoons versus hurricanes or whatever, I suspect that this person is just trying to make a buck by googling some stuff and rewriting it poorly, throwing it into an e book, doing print on demand, putting it up on Amazon, and then selling it to this fear cycle, right? But then it's so frustrating because some stuff that comes out of traditional preparedness is useful. I think that a lot of their focuses are all wrong...Now I'm just trying to come up with the other stuff that I get annoyed about, right? Eric 17:10 Let's talk about what they get right? And then we can shit talk on the vast majority of they get wrong. And that is always going to be the basics, you know, the very essential stuff. Because like you said, you know, you find it really important that people have food stored in their basement or if they don't have a basement, you know, under their bed in a tote or something like that. Just whatever they can do. And just as an aside, that's my circle. And that's where I scratch my panic itch. An every once in a while, I'll just buy a giant can of freeze dried vegetarian imitation beef. Margaret 17:53 Oh, yeah, totally. Augason Farms. Eric 17:55 Yes. Yeah. I just got a can last night. Margaret 17:58 Yeah, the cheap brand. Eric 17:59 Yeah, I just put that on my shelf next to all the other--shout out to Augason Farms--all of my other Augason Farms cans, and something in my in my lizard brain just went, "Yeah, yeah. Okay. I feel a little bit better now." Margaret 18:18 Yeah. Eric 18:20 But to bring that back to what the Right wing gets gets right...What those preppers get right is just the basics, which I think is actually sort of...it's letting them lay claim to preparedness, actually. Margaret 18:35 Right. Eric 18:35 And--now I'm getting into a different idea--but they shouldn't because preparedness comes from us living on the planet-- Margaret 18:43 Totally. Eric 18:44 --Outside of the normal capitalistic cycle. The thing that I say...So this is how I launched When/If is that the first newsletter that I wrote was just called "Your Grandma Prepped." Margaret 18:59 Yeah, totally. Eric 19:00 Because she did. She canned. She had food stored away. My my grandma Skylar had three refrigerators. Two of them were almost as old as she was and I just ran like a dream. And they were full of food and water. And that's just--she had lived through the Great Depression--and that's where her inclination for it came from. And that got passed down to me. But I always knew if I was walking into her house, I could walk into the kitchen and I could open the cupboard and I would see 30 or 40 cans of whatever, Chef Boyardee, green beans, peas, you know, just as much food as you could want for probably damn near a month. And that's the kind of goal that I shoot for in my newsletter and for my own household. But it's the basic stuff. Margaret 19:56 What you saying about like not letting the right wing lay claim to it and I agree with that. And I think that the sense of who actually--you know, I talk about that a lot that, like purse snacks as prepping, you know, like you go to a show, the person who has snacks in their purse is more prepared than the person with the handgun. Because there's a scenario in which the handgun is the right tool. It is a lot less likely than the scenario where you get snacky. Eric 20:20 Yeah, absolutely. Margaret 20:22 And a purse can hold both. Although, that would be an off body carry…Whatever, anyway. And so I think in my head, I've been thinking about traditional prepping, as in like, the kind of people who call themselves preppers without necessarily assigning that to the Right wing. It's like this thing that is fed upon by the right wing, but I don't think it's apparently right wing. And I've gotten some feedback from listeners every now and then, who are in traditional prepping, and could see the right wing kind of trying to be like, "And hate your neighbor." And they're like, "Wait, aren't y'all Christians?" And then being like, "Oh, thank god." It was less even that they were like, "Oh, thank God, a Leftist approach," although that's accurate from my point of view, but like, "Oh thank God, something that's not a right wing approach." Eric 21:09 Right. Margaret 21:12 You're right about the basics. And then I think sometimes they get some stuff right but they prioritize it wrong. I do believe that having, you know--depending on the situation that you're in and who you are and all these things--like firearms and things like that are incredibly useful tools. And if I want to know how much ammunition I should probably have, a lot of those YouTube channels and things like that are very useful for that, right? Because they've mathed out like being like, "Well, if you want to continue to practice at this rate, which is about the rate that you should stay in practice at..." And so I find that stuff to be very useful. But it's really easy to think that the sexy stuff, the violent stuff, is the main thing. The main thing is like first aid kit, food, and water, you know, and knowing not to run a generator in your garage. I finally got a deep freezer recently. And I was like, "I don't eat meat." I was like, "What the fuck am I gonna do with this deep freezer?" And now it's like, full of bread, frozen vegan meals. Like, it's great. I'm so glad it's there. And it's so...I didn't realize this but it barely uses any electricity compared to a regular fridge because it's full of frozen stuff and you open it up once a week. Like, the little tag on it is like, "Estimated electricity cost is $34/year" or whatever, you know, and I'm like, "Okay, okay, I can do that." Eric 22:55 It's less than my washer. Yeah. Margaret 22:59 Have you seen the stuff that's like...I feel like there's more and more. Maybe I just fall down YouTube holes too much about people just really getting ready to defend their giant castles of stuff or whatever, you know? Eric 23:13 Yeah. And that's not a new thing, either. That has I think always been if nothing else, the popular idea of a prepper is that Right wing guy who post 2016 was wearing a red hat, and had a wall full of guns, and a bunch of food and water, and maybe some skills? Which is something we should talk about? But maybe not. 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Shan, RJ, and Bobby have to go through the rosters for the Stars and Wild and spell player's names.
It was hard not to call this episode "Baby 2: Pig City," but I felt "To Suck A Thug" may be more fitting because this episode revolves heavily around the hit song My Neck, My Back by Khia. We also dissect the lyrics(?) of Junkie Man by Rancid. Spelling Bee and Missed Connections (Canadian Edition) are also featured! www.linktr.ee/coolparents --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cool-parents/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cool-parents/support
Comedians George Ferido, William Henderson and Carlos Patino are parked in front of the mic with reckless intent. The cast spends today with Spelling Bees, Shoebills and people that start fires. Video episodes available on Patreon with select episodes available on Youtube. New episodes drop weekly. Complete library available on Podbean. Follow! @thebuddysystemco @thegeorgef @willie_d20 @lospatinocomedy
The Break Room (MONDAY 4/10/23) 6am Hour Includes: 1) A few times a year we are all reminded of how bad we are a keeping up with religion. 2) If this person calls you requesting information, how likely are you to question their credentials? 3) This is one of the most emotionally draining competitions for kids under a certain age.
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In this episode, it's Hunter Gameday! Hunter holds a classing Spelling Bee to see how well the gang can spell some of your favorite Disney attractions, resorts, and restaurants. It's not as easy as you think! Happy listening everyone! Support the show
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Adam Carswell shares his experiences in 5th grade as the Student Council President, a high-achieving Spelling Bee competitor, and a PBA basketball player.In this episode, Adam talks about:Winning 2nd place at his Spelling Bee competitions Becoming Student Council President Playing basketball in the PBA league Adam would like to give a huge thanks to everyone listening for contributing their most valuable resource—their time.Episode Resources:Adam J. Carswell Facebook Group | RaiseMasters | GooBalls.io | Carswell.io Timestamped Shownotes:00:08 – What place did Adam come in each time during his 5th-grade spelling bees?01:51 – What instruments did Adam learn to play?02:52 – Why is it ironic that Adam was Student Council President in 5th grade?04:41 – What influence did Adam use to win Student Council President?05:11 – What people from elementary school does Adam collaborate with now in the NFT space?05:30 – What does Adam remember about switching from YMCA basketball to PBA basketball?06:10 – What high schools did Adam shadow?
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Today's show starts with a bit of a “fire drill”, but all is well when we speak to our “Talking Head”… and his job will fascinate you. We are all excited to rendezvous at Chez O'Meara but will Oscar do a little spying in the home? We have a couple of celebrity sightings here in DC and let's see if you get stung by our Spelling Bee. Plus, Bundchen speaks!
Rising interest rates and the end of easy money were two factors in the sudden collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) and a subsequent stock market run on shares of regional banks. Questions were raised about the safety of the entire U.S. banking industry. We examine risk in banking, investing and the broader economy.Federal regulators faced harsh criticism for the latest bank failures. Progressives blamed politicians who eased regulations on medium-sized and small banks. Some on the right claimed that DEI — Diversity, Equity and Inclusion — distracted SVB from focusing on risk management. Our guest is economist and risk expert Allison Schrager, author of "An Economist Walks Into a Brothel: And Other Unexpected Places to Understand Risk". She also writes frequently for Bloomberg Opinion and City Journal. This episode looks at the causes of the recent bank panic and the current outlook for the financial industry."Safety is the foundation of finance and it is also how we price risk," Allison tells us in this episode. Everyone assumes that holding government-backed securities is safe. "But long-duration bonds are very sensitive to changes in bond yields." If interest rates go up, "bond prices on long-dated securities go down a lot." SVB was heavily invested in these securities. But many of its depositors, including tech firms and venture capitalists, were highly sensitive to rate rises. In mid-March, despite reassurances from top executives, SVB's depositors pulled their money out. It was a sudden online version of an old-fashioned bank run.We look at potential solutions and hazards for investors and the economy, including the perils of inflation, the dangers of groupthink, why investors and bank executives should feel some pain when an institution fails, and the need for risk management that takes a broad range of economic possibilities into account. Allison recently wrote this about why Silicon Valley is facing rising threats to its business model. The latest column for Bloomberg cautions savers and investors: don't make the same mistake as SVB with your 401k.Recommendation: Richard plays this word game almost every day: Spelling Bee, a somewhat addictive game from The New York Times. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Jay hosts a spelling bee. How will Allyson and Chelsea do? Do you keep these things in the fridge or pantry?A mountain lion attacks a man in 'That's Incredible'.
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We get the Final Headlines for the Day The guys profess their love for Corner Store pickups such as Pickled Eggs and other Pickled Items The Dolphins bring back Andrew Van Ginkel Marcos claims this NBA team is the "Tobin" of the NBA Dan Day reveals a trending list with possible Underlining motives We get 15 min of HEAT in as we are set to face the Knicks Who will guard Julius Randle? Will he get the "Start Treatment?" We close the Hour out with the 1st Annual Tobin & Leroy Spelling Bee!
It's Spelling Bee season, and you all love when we get Maurie to spell! Some of the most cringe-worthy dating profiles. What are some of the most popular acronyms and how many of them does Mocha know? We chat with Melissa Barrera from ‘Scream 6'. Plus, an update on flying cars.
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This hour we find out how Klein sleeps, we see if he can spell any Irish words and redo a bad tattoo
Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor’s Journey
As collaborative as theater can be, there are sometimes when the creative process can be more like herding cats—with no clear direction as everyone tries to get on the same page…hopefully. And that's Broadway or community theater, a web series or major motion picture. I've certainly been in shows that started off a bit chaotic but got better as the cast and creative team could unify around a singular vision for the show. But today's guest has a few stories about the various ways shows come together, some more successful than others. Lisa Howard began her Broadway career almost 20 years ago with a little show with a big name: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Since then she's gone on to originate roles in three other Broadway shows and will be talking about two of them in this episode. The first is 9 to 5, which she calls one of the roughest rehearsal periods she's ever gone through, followed up by Escape to Margaritaville, a fun show for the cast that didn't find as much fun here in New York City. And we end with a discussion of a topic that she says comes up in every interview--but for this podcast, she wanted to talk about it on her own terms rather than it being something someone else found brave or unusual. Timeline of this episode's conversation: 02:50 - Lisa and me performing in 42ND STREET at Goodspeed 04:58 - Lisa shares what made SPELLING BEE so much fun 09:55 - Story #1: 9 TO 5's rough rehearsal process 22:12 - How to become a subscriber and stop listening to these promos :) 23:34 - Story #2: Why Escape to Margaritaville was fun for the cast but not audiences 35:14 - Story #3: How being plus-sized is portrayed onstage and in interviews Subscribe to WINMI If you wanna listen to the full conversation (with Audition Stories and the Final Five questions) as well as get early access to every episode, then become a monthly or yearly subscriber to Why I'll Never Make It. Though producing this podcast is rewarding in its own way, I'm essentially a one-man operation, and it is both costly and time-intensive to put together each episode. So for just $5-10/month you'll not only support these podcasting efforts, but you'll also get to access to these extended conversations and other bonus content. Your financial support of this podcast is greatly appreciated: Subscribe to get early access to episodes and bonus content Make a one-time Donation to support transcripts and podcast production If you'd like to support, but have limited funds to do so, then contact me directly for reduced-price or even free access to the bonus content. Follow WINMI: Website | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube ---------- Why I'll Never Make It is an award-winning, Top 25 Theater Podcast hosted by Off-Broadway actor and singer Patrick Oliver Jones, and it is a production of WINMI Media, LLC. Background music in this episode by John Bartmann and Blue Dot Sessions is used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Tomtit & Baobab: A Bee-Inspired Podcast
We're so excited, and we just can't hide it! This week we're celebrating the promise of spring with a kicky grande BATTEMENT, a long but social QUEUE, and an extra wild Wild Card.
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Today Guy talks to Jesse about Guy Montgomery's Spelling Bee, The Last of Us - he's not a fan and Dirty Money on Netflix.
Top headlines: WMS spelling bee champs, U.S. 59 could get roundabouts, KTD puzzle tourney and donkey basketball, JBS union reps help JBS workers apply for COVID-19 grants, Widboom joins the District 518 school board, and it's tournament time in sports. The Globe Minute is a product of Forum Communications, brought to you by reporters at The Globe. For more news from throughout the day, check out dglobe.com.
The Nostalgic Millennial Podcast
Move it football head! Right into our newest episode. Join us as we discuss Helga's dilemma balancing her love of Arnold with the need to placate her overbearing father Big Bob in "Spelling Bee." Then, we join Arnold in his quest to heal his carrier pigeon. See if "Pigeon Man" is as scary as the legends portray him, or if he is a seriously misunderstood muse of pigeons. We narrate scene by scene with all relevant clips so no prior viewing or knowledge is required.
Today - After 27 rounds of head-to-head competition, Isabell Gavin is the 2023 Cochise County Spelling Bee champ.Support the show: https://www.myheraldreview.com/site/forms/subscription_services/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Being the national spelling bee champion may not be the dream of every kid growing up in South Los Angeles, but Akeelah was special. Dear Culture speaks to several people, including her rival Kyla Pratt about what Akeelah's accomplishments and spelling bee co-win meant for the culture.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to Episode 75 of the No Regulars Podcast hosted by Darris Watkins, Ujay Dahnsaw, and Collins Azubuike. In this episode we talk if the NFL is scripted or not, how Hip Hop is forcing these kids in the hood, and we test the members with a Spelling Bee. USE CODE: noregulars https://naturalshilajit.com/?platform=grin&link_id=1105917&token=2RfU0rh7MIjWVPP5Rh2UuoxydCeEvZnF&contact_id=69e78dec-7582-4c3d-921f-4f6030a56a45&attribution_window=30 Follow Our Socials! Merch: https://noregulars.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/noregulars.podcast/ TikTok: http://www.tiktok.com/@noregulars YouTube: https://youtu.be/1kzxbKwbbeY Discord: https://discord.gg/8ZNv2sUKBg Darris Watkins Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/__dlw.21/ Ujay Dahnsaw Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/__yd3/ Collins Azubuike Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/collins_az/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/no-regulars/support
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Spelling Bee, Job promotion
Ya'll asked for it, so Spelling Bee is back! We also have a new installment of The Book of 2 Chainz, a Mumpdate (mummy update), our review of an old Kerrang interview with Jonathan Davis of KoЯn, and much more. Believe me, this one's a true banger. Thanks for listening! www.linktr.ee/coolparents --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cool-parents/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cool-parents/support
Scott and Mike start the show lamenting about their troubles from the weekend, with Scott making an impassioned plea on behalf of an athlete who got hurt this weekend and saw fans turn against him and deny him his flowers and Mike lamented about a terrible missed call that completely changed the outcome of a game and impacted one of the greats in the game. The guys shift to football to talk about Nick Saban turning down athletes looking for NIL deals, and the NCAA making the most NCAA rule change allowing them to investigate schools based on circumstantial evidence. Plus, Scott's theory that the 49ers are flipping black coaches for draft picks goes to a whole new level with DeMeco Ryans getting the Texans job. Plus, the surprise twist of Sean Payton heading to Denver. In the basketball world, the guys talk about Pat Beverly going with the pettiest move showing the camera to the ref and then dive into the Bill Walton second screen experience. The fellas put together the ultimate broadcast team who would actually get them to watch the Spelling Bee. Mike tells the story of the JV girl's basketball coach who posed as a 13 year old in a school tournament and balled out against little kids and the guys try to determine what age they feel comfortable taking on. The show wraps with Mike and Scott starting to geek out over the World Baseball Classic, and Cesar struggling to pronounce names and throwing shade at the Gabagool Italian, Mike Piazza. Be sure to check out friends of the show: In the Clutch (intheclutch.com/CRAFTBREWED) is your one stop shop for all things sports. With all of your favorite teams and players from the MLS, MLB and more and classic tees from yesteryear and beyond. Get 10% off your order with the code: CRAFTBREWED Kong Beer Bong (craftbrewedsports.com/beerbong) will make sure you are the life of the party. Keep your beer cold in this koozie that converts to a beer bong in an instant. Order yours today. Beer Drop (craftbrewedsports.com/beerdrop) ships award winning craft beer directly to your doorstep. Sign up for a monthly plan, or shop all of the beers available at Beer Drop and get them shipped to you at a $7.99 flat rate. Morning Recovery (craftbrewedsports.com/hangover) guarantees that you'll wake up after a night of drinking more ready to take on your day. Use the code SPORTS at checkout for 20% off your non-subscription order. Dugout Mugs (dugoutmugs.com/craft) for one of a kind beer mugs and openers. Use our link for 15% off your entire order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lexington 6th grader crowned Richland County Spelling Bee champion: https://www.richlandsource.com/education/lexington-6th-grader-crowned-richland-county-spelling-bee-champion/article_6ac4065e-9e6b-11ed-8710-8fd2ffba5a4c.html Deadline approaches: City of Mansfield candidates must file for office by Feb. 1: https://www.richlandsource.com/news/elections/deadline-approaches-city-of-mansfield-candidates-must-file-for-office-by-feb-1/article_641c25d8-9e4e-11ed-aa39-2fd2e83a45f8.html Today - A Lexington 6th grader was crowned the Richland County spelling bee champion after last week's competition at the Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center.Support the show: https://www.sourcemembers.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lizzo The Other Day & Louie's Spelling Bee
The Midsters Podcast - Friendship & Midlife
Do you have a morning routine? Ellen and Tish discuss the power of a morning routine at midlife - and share what they each do most mornings. Ellen and Tish found that they were spending valuable morning time scrolling on their phones - and their morning routines were just not cutting it. They polled the Tribe and have some interesting insights into setting intentions in the morning and what science has to say about why you should have one. They note that most successful people have morning routines and they credit it to starting their day out in the most productive way. Things we talked about in this episode: belly dancing, Lululemon socks, Mel Robbins High Five, Panda Planner, NYT mini crossword, Wordle, Spelling Bee, morning positivity, and easily repeatable routines that start your day off in a positive way. Start off slow with one or two things and then build to have 4 to 5 parts to your morning routine. 10 Things you should consider having in your morning routine:1) Reduce Chaos by getting organized either the night before or in the morning 2) Reduce Drowsiness. Use sunlight to help harness healthy hormones 3) Make your bed. You've accomplished something and are less tempted to go back to sleep4) Stay Hydrated. It improves your brain function and mood5) Get proper nutrition. Maintain blood sugar and hormonal balance 6) Journaling. Especially gratitude journaling reduces stress and improve mood7) Avoid Technology. Reduces anxiety and depression8) Meditate or Pray. Helps center your conscious and subconscious 9) Plan your Day. The To-Do List to organize and be more effective10) Physical Activity. Boost Mood, deal with depression, improve sleep and reduce stress and anxietyObsessions:Tish: Belly Dancing Tish talks about how much more fun it is to use the belly dancing outfits and it helps you to see your core to work on your movesEllen: Lulumon socks! fun colorsSpread the word about the podcast and give us a review... Click here.Want to start podcasting? Click here to let Buzzsprout know we sent you, this gets you a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and help support our show
Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast
Thirty Cherokee County elementary and middle school students tested their spelling skills at the 2023 Cherokee County School District Spelling Bee on January 18 at Cherokee High School. Joli Palmquist, an eighth-grade student at Mill Creek Middle School, took home the first-place title and trophy with her accurate spellings of “ascension” and “importunate.” E.T. Booth Middle School's Rohan Pandya earned second place, and Charli Wallace of Creekland Middle School placed third. Palmquist, Pandya and Wallace will all move forward to compete in the regional Georgia Association of Educators spelling bee next month. Winners of the regional bee will advance to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in June at Washington, D.C. The annual competition put students through 15 rounds across a 90-minute span. Among the extensive list of over 200 words were “indefatigable,” “quittance” and “zoolatry.” The Canton City Council has called for a special election to fill the open seat formerly held by Councilman Will Carlan, who stepped down to become a full-time Cherokee County magistrate judge. Council members unanimously voted Thursday to call for the special election, which will be held in conjunction with the city's general election November 7. The winner of the special election is to take office immediately upon certification of the results. Canton Mayor Bill Grant recommended at the Jan. 5 council meeting that the city council leave the seat vacant until the November election, citing the work the city is doing to change the council ward lines. Council members also unanimously approved qualifying dates and fees for the general and special elections for mayor and city council positions. Terms for a Ward 1 council seat, Ward 2 council seat, Ward 3 council seat and the mayoral seat will expire on December 31, 2023. The special election will be for the vacant Ward 2 seat. Qualifying dates are Aug. 21 to 23. The city's qualifying fee is 3% of the elected position's annual salary: $360 for council members and $540 for mayor. The council also unanimously approved an IGA with the county to conduct the city's election. *** Woodstock Fire and Rescue Chief Dave Soumas is retiring after three decades serving the city, Mayor Michael Caldwell announced Friday. Soumas, who has been fire chief since 2009, is credited with leading the department through many achievements while serving a growing city. He is the longest-tenured chief in the city's history. He began his career at the Woodstock Fire Department in 1988 as a firefighter and EMT, according to the city. In 1994 he was promoted to sergeant and driver engineer, and in 1998 he became a captain and fire marshal. Four months later, he was promoted to assistant chief and fire marshal. Soumas has earned multiple National Board of Fire Service professional qualifications. He earned an Arson Investigation Certificate from Georgia Public Safety Training Center where he received an award for academic excellence. Soumas established special units in the Woodstock Fire Department including the Swiftwater Rescue Team, the Bike Team, and the Technical Rope Team. As fire chief, Soumas ensured every member of the department received state Basic Life Support certification and introduced two rescue trucks. As assistant chief, Soumas oversaw the building of Fire Station 14 in 2001 and the purchase of Woodstock's $1 million ladder truck. Under his leadership, Woodstock Fire and Rescue has an Insurance Services Office rating of 1, the highest score awarded, which indicates the highest level of fire protection for residents and property owners. Woodstock Fire first earned this distinction in 2015, and is one of only 456 departments in the United States with this rating. Two new members were sworn in Thursday to the Cherokee County Board of Education. Erin Ragsdale from Towne Lake and Susan Padgett-Harrison from Canton were sworn in with family members after they were elected to join the school board in November. Ragsdale is a speech language pathologist. She is married to Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce Board Chair Trey Ragsdale, and they have two students in CCSD. Padgett-Harrison is a retired longtime educator and leader in the school district. She has three grandchildren, two of whom teach for CCSD, and 12 grandchildren. School board members John Harmon, from Hickory Flat, and Rick “Steiner” Rechsteiner from southwest Cherokee were also sworn in to serve new terms after they were reelected to their posts. Cherokee County Probate Court Judge Keith Wood administered the school board members' oaths of office. The school board also elected Steiner to serve as its vice chair for the year. The school board chair, Kyla Cromer, is elected by residents countywide, while the other school board seats are elected by district. A mobile home near Woodstock in Cherokee County was destroyed in a fire Friday morning, Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services announced. Cherokee County and Woodstock firefighters responded to a residential structure fire, with Cherokee Sheriff's Office deputies Friday morning, in the area of Mill Creek Road and Arnold Mill Road near River Ridge High School. Firefighters arrived on scene to find a mobile home fully involved, Cherokee Fire reported. No occupants were home at the time of the fire, though the home was destroyed, according to Cherokee Fire spokesman Lt. Michael Sims. Crews continued to work on scene and drivers experienced traffic delays in the area for about an hour. 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Spelling Bee, Madden, Debt Ceiling
Welcome to the 9th episode of the Rebel-Ed Podcast. This week we interviewed local UPS delivery man Ben along with teacher Mrs. Arlene Holderness. Enjoy!
Now that I'm finally recovered from my birthday, here's the podcast episode we've been waiting to upload! A very long time coming! On this episode, Mike has longtime friend and frat brother Terrell Matthews (@_iwin_) on the podcast and we get into all of the fuckery. Flying out from Texas, we get into a lot of old memories growing up together, but also discuss topics such as: who could handle their liquor the best, we compete in a spelling bee, the new Winnie the Pooh movie coming out, Jason's Lyric, Terrell putting Mike onto Outkast, and more! This was a fun episode so I hope you guys enjoy it as much as we enjoyed making it! EPISODE 98 coming this Monday! Also be sure to check out the Patreon at patreon.com/ifiletyoutellit for additional content, including another bonus episode later this week.
How Did We Get Weird with Vanessa Bayer and Jonah Bayer
On this week's episode the Bayers welcome the bestselling author, writer, actor and most importantly friend, Jessi Klein! They're talking local papers and the rare honor of being featured in them, and Jessi reveals her guest starring role on Sesame Street as the winner of her school's spelling bee! Also, the trio discuss the ongoing mystery of how ice cream is made aside from in the ice cream machine that always sabotages people on cooking shows, as well as the mystique of the Snoopy Sno-Cone machine. And speaking of toys, they also ask the age-old question: has anyone ever gotten a rock tumbler to work? Plus, they talk about the early nineties fixation with American flag etiquette and how Jonah really didn't care for it, and they brainstorm some pretty epic ideas for seasonal flags. Check it out!!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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A Thing or Two with Claire and Erica
One of our most popular (winning??) episodes of 2021, coming at you! The usefulness of the term bitch eating crackers (BEC) (for context: Someecards). Celebrity memoirs as audiobooks: Inside Out by Demi Moore, Acid for the Children by Flea, and Yearbook by Seth Rogen (see also: this profile by Jonah Weiner for NYT Magazine). Next up: My Life So Far by Jane Fonda, Faithfull by Marianne Faithful, The Last Black Unicorn by Tiffany Haddish. Oh, and: the podcast Celebrity Book Club with Steven & Lily. Also: Please read Open by Andre Agassi and J.R. Moehringer! Important breaking news: There is now Spelling Bee merch. Let's hear Claire's QVC pitch for the Pattern mist spray bottle!! Somewhat related: Mario Badescu Facial Spray with Aloe, Herbs and Rosewater...as a hair product? Erica's 11 a.m. tea go-to: Soul Chai. Another (slightly sweetened rec): Dona. A workspace-changing Philips Hue light strip. You may also like: Gorilla mounting tape, Storage Theory Power Perch, and the Pretty Handy Girl video for changing your doorknobs. Jewelry renovation with Spur = talk about amazing. Have thoughts?? We want ‘em: 833-632-5463, email@example.com, or @athingortwohq—or join our Geneva! And try out a Secret Menu membership for a whole lot more recommendations. Produced by Dear Media
The mother of Ghana's Spelling Bee, mentor and child advocate - Eugenia Tachie-Menson discuses the importance of investing in children.Humanity Chats - a conversation about everyday issues that impact humans. Join us. Together, we can go far. Thank you for listening. Share with a friend. We are humans. From all around the world. One kind only. And that is humankind. Your friend, Marjy Marj
Forte Catholic: Making Catholicism Fun Again
Allison Sullivan joins Taylor as he shares how podcasting has broken him in two ways: one during Mass and the other in normal conversations. They also discuss their thoughts on soccer during the World Cup, a difficult story from a spelling bee(didn't see that one coming) and some overall thoughts on dealing with anxiety and seasonal depression. We're not therapists but we hope you and enjoy our honest conversation with the signature Forte Catholic laughter through the pain ;) Subscribe/Rate Never miss out on the craziness of each episode by hitting the subscribe button RIGHT NOW! Help other people find the show and #MakeCatholicismFunAgain by taking a few moments to leave a review in your podcasting app. Thanks! YouTube Check out the show and other exclusive videos on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/fortecatholic Connect
Reading Bug Adventures - Original Stories with Music for Kids
Parts 1 & 2 combined into a full story. Lauren, the Reading Bug, the Spelling Bee and the Book Worm are all traveling on an exciting adventure to Jeju island in South Korea for an epic adventure to learn more about the traditional haenyeo culture there. Hop into the magic book bag and join them! Explore the books in the Reading Bug's book bag at www.thereadingbug.com/adventures/korea
Reading Bug Adventures - Original Stories with Music for Kids
Part 2 of 2. Back on Jeju island in South Korea, Lauren, the Reading Bug, the Spelling Bee and the Book Worm plan for an epic dive with the haenyeo women. Hop into the magic book bag and join them! Explore the books in the Reading Bug's book bag at www.thereadingbug.com/adventures/korea
Reading Bug Adventures - Original Stories with Music for Kids
Part 1 of 2. Lauren, the Reading Bug, the Spelling Bee and the Book Worm are all traveling on an exciting adventure to Jeju island in South Korea for an epic adventure to learn more about the traditional haenyeo culture there. Hop into the magic book bag and join them! Explore the books in the Reading Bug's book bag at www.thereadingbug.com/adventures/korea
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