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Two Brits in America

Two Brits in America - Malcolm Teasdale and Francis Carden

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Two Brits (more specifically Englishmen) now living in America discuss the nuances of two nations seperated by the Atlantic Ocean. There is no limit to the nature of the subjects that are up for discussion. Culture, food, sports, travel, beer, monarchy, politics, language, plus tons more, will be debated and analyzed (aka. analysed). Fasten your seat belts, be tolerant, understanding, and have a laugh or two or three. The added benefit of listening to this podcast for our American friends is ...
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A podcast about Brits living in Australia by former UK radio newsreader turned podcaster, Anna Moran. See Britstralian's Privacy Policy for Privacy Information here: www.britstralian.com/legal DISCLAIMER: Sponsors are third-party organisations who pay BRITstralian® a fee to be mentioned on the podcast, which helps towards the costs of producing the podcast and associated services. BRITstralian® is not responsible for providing any goods or services advertised by our sponsors and holds no con ...
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Britain is famous for lots of things. Tea, Scones, fish and chips, warm beer and the queen, and they’re all delicious (yup even the queen) so get your Brit-fix each week on The Brits Happy Hour.
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Welcome to Brits on Flicks, a monthly movie review podcast where our two hosts Graham and Bryan discuss, deliberate and dissect a movie of their choosing. Also on this feed is The X-Files Revisited where we chronologically work our way through every episode of The X-Files.
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A podcast by British expats in the US for British expats in the US. We're the Brits In America is brought to you by Plan First Wealth LLC, a US/UK cross-border financial planning and wealth management firm exclusively serving successful British expatriates now living in America. Being an immigrant to America can be - should be - a wonderful, life-changing decision. But, it can also be extremely challenging, accompanied by some unique and idiosyncratic rules and regulations that can catch the ...
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2 Brits 1 Puck

Dan Masters and Will Everett

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We are Dan and Will. 2 Brits who love Ice Hockey. Join us as we discuss hockey, life, and all in between and why it is fun trying to follow the number 43 sport in the UK. Most of all though we just love Hockey. @danstraightedge @weverett @2brits1puck
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Britstrapped

Nick Swan and Martin Judd

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Two Brits talking about bootstrapping their businesses and the challenges they face along the way. Occasionally drinking tea but never wearing bowler hats! Tune in and hear about a wide range of topics from software development, validating a software product, and marketing, to when is Nick going to start training for the London marathon ;o). There’ll be thrills and spills along the way. Don’t miss out, subscribe to the podcast feed so you can laugh and cry along with (or at!) us.
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Two British YouTubers who love movies decided one day to make a podcast. This is that podcast. "Film Brits", hosted by Trilbee and Sam, will deliver weekly content from the world of film while also entertaining viewers with news, reviews and user-submitted topics and questions! As Sam and Trilbee are based in the UK, they will be going by UK release dates and scheduling. And drinking copious amounts of Tea throughout. So put t'kettle on and let's watch some films!
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Munya Chawawa and Sideman bring a host of musicians and celebs in to join them on the BRITs Top Table. Get all the goss on nominations, after parties and bags of jokes along the way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Brits In The End Zone (BITEZ) is a podcast run by 4 mates living in the UK with a love for NFL. In each episode, the guys will discuss the hot talking points in the league, chat Fantasy Football, talk trades & touchdowns, and uncover why the sport is becoming so big in the UK and growing. This is a podcast for fans of the sport, or newcomers who want to find out more. Watch out for returning segments highlighting the weird and funniest things about the sport, the fantastic and frustrating wo ...
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Brexit Brits Abroad

Dr Michaela Benson

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When you think about Brits Abroad, you probably have some clear ideas about who they are. Pensioners soaking up the sun in Spain is probably top of that list. What if I told you that 79% of the British population living in the EU-27 are of working age and below? Or that Britain has one of the highest emigration rates in the world? This is a podcast all about what Brexit means to and for British citizens living in the EU27. Hosted by Dr Michaela Benson, it focuses on Brexit as it takes place ...
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In the UK you've got four countries that make up the United Kingdom, governed by HMRC. In the US, you've got 50 little governments that reside under that umbrella. They each have autonomous authority to set their own rules, and that's where we see people stumble the most. Christy Waskobojnik is a tax advisor specializing in US-UK cross-border matte…
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The Two Brits are Malcolm Teasdale and Francis Carden. The title sounds a little dramatic but the episode is all good and informative. Two things are important to the English and that is tea and the flag, so when an entity messes with them, we cannot sit back and ignore it. Explaining cricket inside 2 minutes is a world record bordering on gibberis…
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Plan First Wealth, the company behind this podcast, works with British expats in America. We're seeing the same avoidable mistakes and missteps when it comes to financial planning - some of which have been going on for years and can be very costly to resolve. So, we want to address the problems. As a result, Always An Expat is changing and the show…
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In the March episode, I'm inspired by St David's Day to look at Welsh Christmas traditions, listen to some British covers of the carol God Rest You Merry Gentlemen, and watch a festive episode of police drama The Bill. Covers of God Rest You Merry Gentleman Wat Tyler Manfred Mann Jamie Cullum Annie Lennox…
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The Two Brits are Malcolm Teasdale and Francis Carden. Firstly, apologies for the delay in this episode out on the street, but jet lagged Malcolm just returned from his escapades in Asia. He is in fact still alive. This episode includes opinions about the metric vs. imperial way of thinking, roadworks, Pi (3.142 etc. ) Day, appliances, weather, plu…
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This week Richard is joined by longtime friend and expert in foreign exchange and global payments (and East London native) Mark Ridley. Together they explore Ridley's personal and professional journey as a British expat living in the United States, highlight the nuances of expatriate life and discuss the challenges of adjusting to a new country and…
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Jeremy Bettel, founder and CEO of Vitality Collective, shares his journey as a British expat in America and his career in high-performance professional sports. He discusses his move to the US for education and career opportunities, his experiences working in the NBA and NHL, and his transition to New York City Football Club. Together, Jeremy and Ri…
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James Boyle and Richard Taylor are joined by guest Simon Misiewicz, property tax specialist, to focus on US-UK cross-border financial and tax planning for British expatriates in America. The trio emphasizes the critical need for British expats to have both a US-UK cross-border tax advisor and a financial planner, and the importance of these profess…
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In the first episode of 2024, Merry Britsmas takes a look at Kiss Me Kate, a sitcom about counselling, the New Year tradition of First Footing, and some alternative under-heard festive songs. https://ko-fi.com/merrybritsmas Pet Shop Boys - It Doesn't Often Snow At Xmas Twitchels - Ode To Just Like Xmas Shadowlark - Christmas Time John Cale - Child'…
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Steve Statler, Chief Marketing Officer at Williott, shares his journey from the UK to the US and his experiences as an expat. He discusses the cultural differences between Israel and the UK, the challenges of moving to a new country, and the financial and immigration issues he faced. He opens up about his father's struggle with schizophrenia and th…
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The Two Brits are Malcolm Teasdale and Francis Carden. With Malcolm embarking on a trip to Asia, it was time for a quick converstion about travel, albeit a basic one. Comparing the old days to the current time frame always generates conversion, especially when travel is involved. The way things used to be: planes, travelers cheques (ie. checks), an…
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In this bonus episode, taken from the Plan First Wealth & Friends series, Richard Taylor is joined by Richard Bradstock to examine the complexities of cross-border financial management for expats. Richard shares insights on the property market's current trends, noting the investment prospects amid changing interest rates and market dynamics. The di…
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The Two Brits are Malcolm Teasdale and Francis Carden. Talking about their expertise (or lack thereof) and opinions about the Big Game. All in jest, but lots of "why" questions with regards to the subjects of parties, tailgating, game times, outfits, the wearing of towels and helmets and others, are all up for dicussion. Included are a few minutes …
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Richard Taylor is joined by Rob Tye to discuss his remarkable journey from Harlow to Wisconsin, where he unexpectedly discovered his entrepreneurial calling. This episode explores the birth of Necessity Media during economic upheaval, highlighting Rob's ingenuity in identifying market needs during a crisis and his innovative approach to influencer …
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The Two Brits are Malcolm Teasdale and Francis Carden. Words and Phrases from both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. It's a start at least. These two Brits could have talked about this subject for hours, but it would have been too harmful for the listeners. Just call this Part 1. American and Britain have their own words and phrases which can be a littl…
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In this episode, host Richard Taylor interviews Barry Richards, the group president at First, a global brand experience agency. Barry shares his journey from being a chef in the UK to working in corporate event management in New York and raising a family in the American suburbs. They discuss the challenges of commuting from Connecticut to New York,…
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The Two Brits are Malcolm Teasdale and Francis Carden. What we did on New Years Eve. Traditional dropping of items to welcome 2024. Drinking and eating: Sipping the night away, Baked Potatoes, Indian food, Yorkshire Puddings, Curry Pizzas, Sprouts, etc. So why do crowds of people cause cellular service to crash? Questions, theories, and opinions. W…
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In this episode, Richard Taylor interviews Adam Sandman, the CEO of Inflectra, about his expat journey from the UK to the US. They discuss starting a family in a new country, the cost of living and healthcare, cultural differences between the US and Europe, and the opportunities and aspirations in America. They also speculate on an alternate histor…
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It's a special episode for the holiday season. Richard is joined by Mrs Kate Taylor, a highly accomplished executive and VP of Talent at Memorial Sloan Kettering - a leading cancer research and treatment center. She's built and run internal recruitment and talent functions inside some very significant businesses in the UK, Dubai and America, spanni…
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It's the (now) annual Bonus New British Xmas Music episode! Check out all the amazing artists below, support them if you can, and there's also a surprise comedic gala from all your favourite Christmas podcasters (& me...) ALA.NI Peaness Problem Patterns Don't Call Me Ishmael New Rules Nina Nesbitt Volk Soup Erica Manzoli Kate Rusby Curerbell Pegasu…
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It's been a while but we've dusted off the cobwebs to bring you an episode from the Gross Profit podcast where Martin caught up with James Kennedy from From Procurement express (https://www.procurementexpress.com/) to talk about Microconf Europe 2023. The Gross Profit podcast: https://www.procurementexpress.com/podcast/spilling-secrets-from-microco…
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The Two Brits are Malcolm Teasdale and Francis Carden. Christmas from both sides of "The Pond" vary slightly in their methodology. From carol singing with adjusted lyrics, food that may seem a little strange, and behavioral differences to name a few, All in all, Christmas is a fun time of the year, so make the most of it folks and enjoy your time w…
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It's the big December episode of Merry Britsmas! I look at the king of Xmas' Cliff Richard's 'Mistletoe & Wine', one of my favourite raucous British shows, Bottom, more festive munching of British snacks, and I reveal the Winner of the BIG CHRISTMAS NUMBER ONE SHOWDOWN! Also, I get some festive Podcast friends to help review some new seasonal adver…
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Richard Taylor is back with a new thought-provoking episode of “Always an Expat.” Accompanied by Hywel Berry, the discussion segues into the intriguing dichotomy between British modesty and American tenacity concerning professional identities. The conversation teases apart the threads of this cultural quilt, assessing the influence of these contras…
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In my first December episode of 2023, I take a gander at a Christmas Gone Wrong in the Gone Wrong Show, explore British covers of It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas, chomp on some more British festive chocolate, and reveal the final showdown in the BIG XMAS NUMBER ONE SHOWDOWN! Covers of It's Beginning to Look A Lot Like Xmas: Connie Talbo…
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The Two Brits are Malcolm Teasdale and Francis Carden. A somewhat educational episode that may help our American and British friends understand the cockney language, even to a small degree. Coming out of an area on the east side of London, at first listen, you may think it is utter nonsense. However, it may serve you well if you travel to the big c…
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How does the move across the pond affect our families? Jermaine Edwards knows; he moved over with a family of 7. He talks to Richard on this week's episode about changes in relationships, parenting, and managing a household. They also explore how businesses need to adapt to changing work and family dynamics. They'll share stories about combining fa…
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In our second November episode, I explore Greg Davies as Santa in a festive Cuckoo, some British covers of White Christmas, more of the BIG CHRISTMAS NUMBER ONE SHOWDOWN, and try some British festive snacks so you can hear me munching and get hungry! Covers of White Xmas: Billy Idol Peggy Sue Keane Martine McCutcheon…
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In this episode of Always An Expat, our guest Neal Best takes us on his journey as a British expat living his American dream. Neal shares his experience of moving from industrial London to the broad, sun-kissed landscapes of California. Having established his successful business, Plan First Wealth, Neil guides us through his adaptation process to t…
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The Two Brits are Malcolm Teasdale and Francis Carden. You gotta start somewhere, so a banter about language fails after setting foot in America after the big move from Britain just seems appropriate. Mistakes, misunderstanding, mispronounciation, misinterpretation all happened to these Brits while settling down in their new environment. Lessons le…
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Jessica Ollerenshaw is a university graduate from Rugeley in the West Midlands who shares her experiences whilst backpacking down under. The 23 year old took a trip to Australia on a 417 Working Holiday Maker Visa in 2022 after completing a Sports Management degree at Manchester Metropolitan University and struggling to afford her bills as a restau…
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In Merry Britsmsas' first full November episode, we kick things up a festive notch with an exploration of Coldplay's modern classic Christmas Lights, a watch and review of Postman Pat's Magic Christmas, and more on the BIG CHRISTMAS NUMBER ONE SHOWDOWN! Covers of Xmas Lights: Kylie Minogue Straight No Chaser Yellowcard Amber Leigh Irish…
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The Two Brits are Malcolm Teasdale and Francis Carden. To be more precise they are English Blokes that live in the USA and have been for many years. Still patriotic, they do travel across the pond to the old coutry at least once a year. This podcast is about fitting in (the early days), languange nuances, culture adjustment fails, misinterpretation…
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Doctor Michael Mrozinski, an NHS-trained emergency services doctor, emigrated from Scotland to Australia in 2016 on a sponsorship visa after suffering from burnout. The TikTok famous medic who moved from Glasgow to Melbourne shares his experiences down under with his 400,000 followers. Dr Michael, who also has a huge following on Instagram, talks a…
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It's a Merry Britsmas Christmas Podcast Day Special! Xmas Podcast Day will showcase a whole range of takes on A Christmas Carol from brilliant festive podcasters. Here, we'll stay British with 1970's Scrooge, a musical favourite of mine starring Albert Finney! Check out more Xmas podcasts at https://christmaspodcasts.com/…
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Born and raised in England, Elaine Anderson has always been an adventurer at heart. With a natural inclination towards risk-taking, she has lived a remarkable life defined by spontaneity and courage. This dynamic spirit served her well until she made a life-altering decision in 2013. On the show this week, Richard Taylor talks with Elaine about thi…
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Kaye Priest, originally from Stourbridge, UK saw her salary almost triple after leaving her job as a sales manager in Torquay, Devon to move to Victoria, Australia. The mum-of-two was in her late thirties when she emigrated down under after being offered an enticing employment opportunity with long-lost relatives living there. However, Kaye’s plans…
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It's Merry Spooksmas! Our full on Halloween Episode explores some British artists with spookily-titled songs, an ex-haunting via The IT Crowd, and some creepy Cornish tales of death and the supernatural. We also finish the first round of the BIG XMAS NUMBER ONE SHOWDOWN and kick off Round Two! The Fratellis - Halloween Blues Laura Marling - Ghosts …
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Carol Smith, originally from Dorset, UK, swapped her family home for a caravan after overcoming overcoming breast cancer and a double mastectomy. The 36-year old mum-of-two set off on an open-ended adventure from Bensville, New South Wales with her husband, Adam, and their sons, who were aged just 3 and 5 at the time of Carol's cancer diagnosis. Ca…
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Andrew Duffel is the president of Florida Atlantic University's Research Park, based in Boca Raton. Born and raised in the UK, Duffel relocated to the US post-graduation and has been residing there ever since. His expat journey is brimming with unique experiences. One particular aspect of this forms the crux of this podcast episode - discussing an …
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In our first October episode of the year, I get to grips with some British artists with slightly spooky names who released original Christmas songs, a haunting tale of St Nicholas' bones from Inside No 9, and set up the final group of the first round of the BIG CHRISTMAS NUMBER ONE SHOWDOWN! Boo Hewerdine - Xmas Morning The Spook School - Someone T…
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Gavin Kippins, also known as 'Gavlahh' from Halstead, Essex emigrated to Brisbane in 2012. The happy-go-lucky chappy who cannot stand the smell of fish was nicknamed 'Fryer Gav' when he took a chance at opening a British fish and chip shop in Australia. Little did he know that this venture would later lead him to create A Bit of Britain, a bustling…
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Moving to another country is always a challenge, but our guest this week Barry Lynch's journey was amplified by the added stakes of securing dual citizenships for his children. Richard and Barry talk about confronting unique complications, acquiring a deeper understanding of different cultures, and encountering the many highs and lows of expatriate…
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In our first BER episode of 2023, I get extra festive with a look at Not Going Out's second seasonal episode, Absent Father Christmas, as well as discussing Band Aid 20, the 20th anniversary release from 2004. And, as all through this year, I share the results of the last round and the face-offs of the next round of the BIG CHRISTMAS NUMBER ONE SHO…
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Join Richard Taylor and Angus McNab as they delve into the complex dynamics of manoeuvring a trans-national sports career. McNab's multifaceted identity, tied to Scotland and America, offers intriguing insights into the emotional, social, and professional aspects that extricate while treading this unique life path. Their interaction further unravel…
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In this episode of "Always an Expat", featuring Richard Taylor and Steve DiFranco, we dive deep into Steve's remarkable journey from the challenging conditions of a council estate in North London to the exhilarating experiences of performing on concert stages worldwide. Through a series of revelations, Steve paints a rhythmic picture of his life - …
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In our August 23 episode, I take a look at a 90s nostalgia-hit of rural Sunday night watching with a festive Heartbeat episode, listen to some (supposedly) comedic Christmas songs, and continue the GREAT BIG CHRISTMAS NUMBER ONE SHOWDOWN! Get voting at Merry Britsmas Ricky Tomlinson - Xmas My Arse The Goodies - Father Xmas Do Not Touch Me The Goodi…
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Welcome to another episode of "Always an Expat with Richard Taylor". Episode 3 of Always an Expat takes us through the rollercoaster ride of Richard Fielding's life as an expatriate. Being the son of a Royal Air Force officer, Richard was blessed with the unique opportunity to see the world from an early age. Growing with the experience of living i…
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It's always a pleasure to be joined by a fellow Boltonian. Today's guest is Matt Dixon, a British expat who has carved out an impressive career in the American real estate industry. Matt details his journey and embrace of the American Dream, as we touch on the perception of Americans and their welcoming nature, business betrayal and the occasionall…
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This podcast has been long overdue, and we finally realized it was time to publish it when it had been almost a year since we've published and with no guilt or pangs of remorse with everything else going on we felt now was the time to step back. We explain in great detail why. The show will remain open so listeners can checck past episodes. Farewel…
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