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2 minutes | Nov 12, 2020
Say THIS Instead of "Sorry I'm Late" - Quick Tip
Next time you are late to meet someone or late to a meeting, instead of "Sorry I'm late" say "thank you for waiting" instead. "Sorry" puts people in a defensive state and zaps the energy, while "thank you" puts people at ease with gratitude and brings a sense of positive energy. Another tip is to contact the person you are meeting the second you know you will be late. Update him or her on the new ETA and say "I acknowledge I'm late and I'm committed to being on time." This shows responsibility and action being taken on your part. Lastly, did you know optimistic people tend to run late? Studies show optimistic people think they can cram more into their schedule than actually fits, making them perpetually late! If that's you, just remember to say "thank you" instead of "I'm sorry" next time!
38 minutes | Sep 17, 2020
From Barely Scraping By to Making Millions - The Power of A Positive Mindset with Tracy Cousineau
Tracy Cousineau isn't your average success story. She moved out of her parents’ home when she was 16 and has been an entrepreneur ever since. After a difficult marriage and divorce, she wound up a single mom who had to hide financial difficulties from her children. Eventually, she changed her mindset and discovered her past did not define her future. Now she is a powerhouse real estate entrepreneur and business coach. She is co-founder of the #1 real estate team in the Atlanta metro area, ranked as the #12 fastest growing company in Georgia by INC Magazine and a coach of real estate agents across the country. Tracy shares her story of overcoming struggles as a child and adult, and how she has used mindset to not only do well but actually THRIVE during the COVID-19 pandemic. Tracy is also the author of "The Million Dollar Trap" which brings together the life lessons she's learned through her time in real estate and in life. She wants to help women who feel stuck and sometimes just need some hope and some support to get them back on their feet.
8 minutes | Sep 1, 2020
Positive News Roundup - September 1, 2020
If you are looking for good news stories, positivity, and inspiring content in ten minutes or less, you in are the right place! Here's a look at the headlines in this week's podcast: 10-Year-old Boy Using His Birthday Metal Detector for the first time Unearths Centuries-Old Sword Gardener Breaks Record for Growing Britain’s Largest Tomato With Help of Pantyhose Northern California Highway Repaved Using 150,000 Plastic Bottles 2000-Year-Old Redwoods Survive Devasting Fire (Contrary to Widespread Rumors) Lesbian Penguins Welcome Their First Baby in Spain 88-year-old Holocaust Survivor Awarded Diploma She Always Dreamed Of DMV Messes Up License and Sends Woman Picture of Empty Chair Instead of Her Face
4 minutes | Aug 3, 2020
Who manifested 2020? What was your Word for the Year?
I keep thinking about how many of us choose words of intention each year, and people out there who are powerful manifestors must have chosen words like, “simplify, slow down, and family time.” If you look at the positive side of our lives this year, we have had the opportunity to simplify and slow down from our hectic lives. I know my August calendar is wide open when last year it would have been filled with events and activities. More people are spending time with family than ever before, even working from home and seeing their kids way more than in previous years. I’m curious if you selected a word for 2020, have you seen it come true? My word was laughter and I’m definitely trying to laugh more and take all that is happening in the world in stride with joy still in my heart. If you didn’t manifest a word, it’s not too late! Pick a word for the second half of 2020. Also, it can be two words like “slow down” and think about what you are selecting. The word “Abundance” to the universe could be taken as an abundance of people getting sick with COVID. An abundance of wealth, an abundance of health might be better options. I’ll be back with a roundup of positive news stories soon but just wanted to jump on here quickly because this has been on my mind for a while now. Let me know what you think - reach out to me Deanne Goodman on instagram or facebook and let me know what your word was or what your new word is! Wishing you all health, safety and lots of laughter in you lives. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
9 minutes | Jul 13, 2020
Good News Stories from Around the World - July 13, 2020
If you are looking for uplifting, positive content, and good news stories, you in are the right place! Here's a look at the headlines in this week's podcast: Woman Takes Dishwashing Job to See Her Husband in Nursing Home Starbucks Barista Gets $100,000 in Tips after "Karen" Shamed him on Social Media California Condors Coming back from Brink of Extinction Students Urge School Bus Driver to Become History Teacher First Woman Becomes Army Green Beret Women African Safari Guides are Breaking Down Barries for other Women Great Way to Workout Outside for Free with a Personal Trainer in Your Ear
7 minutes | Jun 9, 2020
Positive News Stories from Black Lives Matter Protests and the Coronavirus
Hi! I’m back after supporting the blackout last week and back with positive news coming out of a pretty intense time. It's the week of June 9th, 2020. We need to start with the story of Antonio Gwynn Jr. He's a high school senior who spent 10 hours cleaning up after a BLM protest and was rewarded with a Mustang convertible and college scholarship! Other headlines this week include: A 97-year-old Auschwitz survivor showed up to support the Black Lives Matter protest A tattooed White supremacist joins the Black Lives Matter protest in support Zappos has a new hotline where you can ask them anything! Literally anything! New Zealand eradicates the Coronavirus
7 minutes | May 22, 2020
Positive News in 7 Minutes - Week of May 22, 2020
Hi! Welcome to this week’s episode of all the good, happy, and inspiring stories. The Afghan Dreamers, an all-girls high school robotics team in Afghanistan is using MIT's open-source ventilator design to make ventilators that could cost only a couple hundred dollars. There are 200 ventilators in all of Afghanistan. The girls are using car parts from Toyota Corolla's found at marketplaces because they can't order the needed parts online or find them in stores. This team is resourceful and amazing! In Santa Cruz, CA, a hospital received a generous donation of $1 million from an anonymous donor who asked for the money to be split between all hospital employees. People who work there full-time will get $800 per month and part-time staff $600. This includes doctors, nurses and staff who clean the floors, deliver supplies, fix machines, and everything in between. Cutest story of the week - IKEA has published a set of how-to guides for the perfect family activity: building blanket forts. Like every other set of IKEA furniture, there is some assembly required—but the Swedish company made sure to include illustrated instructions for each of their designs which are made using household items like a pillow, chair, standing lamps, laundry pins and blankets. You can learn how to make a tent, a castle, a fortress and three other designs. Here’s a fun story - a peacock found roaming the streets in Boston was able to be safely returned to the zoo it left when a police officer downloaded a mating call app on his phone to lure it to safety. In product news, Crayola is releasing Colors of the World crayons to advance inclusion within creativity and impact how kids express themselves. The crayons reflect 32 different skin tones are the packs get released in July. Lastly I want to highlight a really cool product that is made by a non-profit in Uganda. Bead For Life is providing thousands of women the opportunity to start businesses, put food on the table, send their children to school and lift themselves and their families out of poverty by empowering them to make necklaces out of recycled paper. I hope you enjoyed the dose of positivity! Feel free to rate, review and share this episode with anyone who would enjoy it!
6 minutes | May 15, 2020
Positive News Headlines and Stories the Week of May 15, 2020
Here are the uplifting, inspiring, good, and positive news stories of the week in 10 minutes or less. If you found $135,000 in cash in a bag by the ATM, what would you do? A teen in New Mexico is being rewarded for returning all of it! The oldest woman in Spain at 113-year-old beats COVID-19. She says, “I have done nothing but live.” NYC has gone 58 days without a pedestrian death - longest since record-keeping. From New Zealand to Hawaii and Montana - In those three locations there have been no new cases of COVID-19 reported. Pedigree - the dog food company is teaming up with shelters to do dog adoptions via Zoom (and pays for the adoption!) The website to learn more is meetyournewdog.com And finally, Disney is fast-tracking a filmed stage production of Hamilton to Disney+ on July 3rd, a whole 15 months before they planned to release it! For those of us who are broadway buffs (and especially me since I still haven't been able to see Hamilton on stage), this is incredibly exciting news! Keep me posted on the exciting news in your world! Any and all positivity is so needed right now. Much love! Your host, Deanne.
9 minutes | May 1, 2020
The Good News Stories of the Week - May 1, 2020
After 8 weeks of sheltering in place, I think a lot of us are hitting a wall. So let’s dive into the positive, uplifting, happier news stories of the week and see if maybe we can feel better in 10 minutes or less. Here we go. 1- In Colorado, a man has won the lottery twice in one day after playing the same numbers for 30 years. Colorado Lottery officials identified 'Joe B' as the winner of two $1 million Powerball prizes in Pueblo on March 25 2- Scientists in Senegal Have Developed A $1 COVID-19 Testing Kit And Plan To Export Millions To African Countries 3- In a very poor part of Tijuana, Mexico a ten-year-old boy put a sign outside his home along with his stuffed animals saying he was selling them in order to buy food to help his mom. The community answered his call but instead of taking his stuffed animals, they filled their front yard with food and more toys for his collection. 4- Over in the UK, a charity that trains medical detection dogs that in the past have successfully detected malaria and cancer, are now being trained to sniff out the coronavirus. Medical Detection Dogs - the charity behind this - is accepting donations and you can learn all about their dogs on social media too! 5 -Also in the UK, the race for a vaccine continues and they are saying they will know by July whether their Covid-19 vaccine is effective! 6- The spread of Covid-19 in Denmark has not accelerated since the country began a gradual loosening of restrictions in mid-April 7- Here in the U.S. - Gilead's experimental drug remdesivir may be the first effective coronavirus treatment, shorting the duration of illness in the sickest of patients. More data is needed but the nation's top infectious disease experts seem hopeful. 8- If you are near Vista, CA, come pick up a growler of kombucha or cold brew for FREE Saturday, May 9th between 11am-1pm. We're doing it because we, unfortunately, have some kegs that are getting close to their best buy dates and we refuse to pour it down the drain. We’d rather people enjoy it! Secondly, we think everyone deserves a kickback right now. Reserve yours at www.orderkombucha.com 9 - Starting 8pm EST Friday, May 1, go to the website Unite.Us, to watch 24 hours of live streaming inspiration from thought leaders like Oprah and Deepak as well as celebrities. Jump on to feel united and inspired. Have a good weekend and try to get outside in nature if you can!
6 minutes | Apr 22, 2020
Anxious? Bake or Play Tetris During the COVID-19 Lockdown, An Awesome Gym Owner, LEGOS to the Rescue, and More Positive News Stories
Here are the uplifting, inspiring, good, and positive news stories of the week in 10 minutes or less. Starting in Illinois where a gym owner gave out $40,000 worth of gym equipment to members to use at home, free of charge. According to CNN, owner Drew didn't want his clients to give up on their fitness goals during the pandemic, So, he told members to come to pick up equipment from his gym -- and take it with them. About 80 members of Be Strong Gym took Drew up on his offer, checking out barbells, weights, exercise bikes, rowers, and mats. Drew was thrilled to see the gym cleared out in 2 hours. In Denmark, The LEGO Group reworked some of their machinery to make more than 13,000 plastic face masks per day. Good News Network says the masks will be distributed to hospitals and medical facilities across the country. LEGO also announced this week that they would be donating 500,000 brick sets to children in need during the coronavirus outbreak. The company did not specify how the sets would be distributed, but they did ask their social media fans to show additional support to the NHS by building a LEGO brick rainbow in solidarity. Turns out baking during a crisis can reduce stress and provide much-needed comfort. CNN reports Mental health professionals say a productive, rewarding activity like baking can give us a sense of accomplishment, and the steps along the way give us a feeling of order and often make us practice the precious skill of, well, waiting. I think cooking dinners helps too! Also, Research from the University of California shows that playing Tetris has a remarkable effect on a person’s mental health and performance and reduces feelings of anxiety. Lastly, I want to give a huge shout out to Andrew Baduria who is an agent with Allstate. He is our broker at Kombucha On Tap for our insurance for our vehicles. He just donated 40 growlers of kombucha and cold brew coffee to health care workers and first responders. Thank you!!!! If you want to pay it forward like Andrew go to Orderkombucha.com Also, get insurance through him. :)
11 minutes | Apr 7, 2020
Coronavirus Positive News Stories - April 7, 2020: MIT Students Design Cheaper Ventilator, John Krasinski Rocks, and Other Good People Stepping Up.
I recorded this episode live during a segment in the Facebook group The Quarantine Network. You may hear the sound of little kids in the background. It’s Tuesday, April 7th and here are the positive, inspiring and good news stories for this week. Students At MIT Develop A $100 Alternative To $30,000 Ventilator Units—And All They Ask Is To Stay Anonymous In Canada, a 13-year-old scout used his 3d printer to invent “ear guards” to help take the pressure off health care workers’ ears from wearing masks all day. In Detroit, a man named Marshall spent $900 from his savings to buy gas for nurses. In Youngstown, Ohio a man used his company’s bucket truck to visit his 80-year-old mom through the window who lives on the third floor of a nursing home. John Krasinski from The Office is now a legend in the world of positive news. His youtube show called Some Good News released episode number two and it’s full of good news, comedy and the cast of Hamilton singing to a young fan. In Ireland, prime minister Leo Varadkar has re-registered as a medical practitioner and will work one shift a week to help the coronavirus crisis. He worked as a doctor for seven years before leaving the profession to become a politician. A Facebook group called RV’s for MD’s connects healthcare workers with RV’s so they can self isolate while staying near their hospitals. Plug for my company, Kombucha On Tap. We've given out more than 100 gifted growlers of kombucha and cold brew coffee to local health care heroes and first responders. If you want to pay it forward and help it's only $25 and the website is orderkombucha.com. If you see good news stories, send them my way or tag me on facebook or instagram - just search Deanne Goodman. I hope you feel a little less anxious after hearing those positive stories. Please stay home this week, let’s get past the peak. Sending you good vibes and I’ll be back next week with a new dose of the happier news stories.
9 minutes | Mar 25, 2020
COVID-19 Positive & Good News Stories from the Coronavirus Pandemic - March 25, 2020
After a "purposeful pause," the In Happier News podcast is back by popular demand. Who doesn't need some positive news right now with everything going on with COVID-19?! Here are happier, inspiring stories from around the world in ten minutes or less. Today is March 25, 2020: 1- Oceanside, CA Kitchen Takes Donated Restaurant Food, Volunteer Chefs Turn it into Meals and Volunteers Delivering it to Elderly, Immune-Comprised and Low-Income Families. 2- Distilleries Making Hand Sanitizer 3 - Businesses Giving Back During The Coronavirus: U-Haul offering 30 days of free storage to college students who are displaced due to the coronavirus outbreak. L’oreal is going to produce hand sanitizer. Burger King is giving away two free kids' meals with any purchase if you use the Burger King app Uber Eats is donating 300,000 meals to first responders and healthcare workers. Woot woot!!!! Designer and "Project Runway" winner Christian Siriano’s sewing team is making masks for healthcare workers. Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that Apple will be donating "millions" of masks to health workers in the US and Europe. Facebook donated 720,000 masks that were leftover from the California wildfires. Johnson and Johnson donated 1 million masks, 48,000 bottles of isopropyl alcohol, an electrosurgical generator, and 1,300 packs of Acuvue contact lenses to affected areas in China. The owner of the retail store Zara, announced it will donate masks to coronavirus patients and health officials in Spain. The company says it's also looking into converting factories to manufacture hospital gowns. 4- Venice canals run clear, dolphins appear in Italy’s waterways amid coronavirus lockdown 5- JOANN Stores are Handing Out Free Fabric Supplies at Curbside to Anyone Sewing Face Masks at Home 6- How to 3-D print a protective face shield (and then donate it to health care workers) If you have a great story to share or feedback, connect at InHappierNews.com. About the host: Deanne Goodman is a journalist, mom, speaker and co-founder of Kombucha On Tap. You can follow her on Instagram or Facebook. In Happier News also has it's own Instagram page @inhappiernews where you'll find inspiration and information on the latest episodes.
7 minutes | Dec 30, 2019
Manifesting Part 2 and How to Make a Digital Vision Board
On October 9th’s episode, I told you how I manifested $777 except that I did it backward and ended up manifesting the money coming out of my account instead of into it. It’s a pretty story so if you haven’t heard it, listen to that episode. After that happened, I laughed because I knew the universe was sending me a message! If you want to manifest something, get very clear! On that show, I declared a new manifestation of $1313 by January 1st. 13 is my favorite number and I very specifically said I wanted that amount to come into my account, not out. Guess what??!!! It worked! Find out what happened in this episode. I share the tips I used that I think helped it happen. Also, learn how to make a digital vision board using canva.com and why you should pick a word for 2020. Happy New Year! If you have a great story to share or feedback, connect at InHappierNews.com. About the host: Deanne Goodman is a journalist, mom, speaker and co-founder of Kombucha On Tap. You can follow her on Instagram or Facebook. In Happier News also has it's own Instagram page @inhappiernews where you'll find inspiration and information on the latest episodes.
23 minutes | Dec 17, 2019
Tips for Navigating Holiday Anxiety and Stress (REBROADCAST)
The holidays are a fun and festive time but can also be a sad, lonely, stressful or anxious time for many. Chelsea (Hurt) Johnson holds a master's in clinical psychology and is a licensed marriage and family therapist. Her experience includes working with clients dealing with psychosis, anxiety, mood disorders, addiction, and trauma, among many other difficulties. She has great suggestions that everyone can put to use this holiday season. Links: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chelsea-johnson-95308453/ https://nami.org If you have a great story to share or feedback, connect at InHappierNews.com. About the host: Deanne Goodman is a journalist, mom, speaker and co-founder of Kombucha On Tap. You can follow her on Instagram or Facebook. In Happier News also has it's own Instagram page @inhappiernews where you'll find inspiration and information on the latest episodes.
11 minutes | Nov 26, 2019
Help Koalas, Airport Therapy Pig, Holiday Movies to Binge and More Happier News in 10 Minutes or Less
It’s the holiday season….and I have lots of good news stories to share! Here are the happier news stories making headlines this week of Thanksgiving. Episode 53 includes: People knit mittens for koalas paws burned in Australia fires World’s first airport therapy pig 11-year-old crochet prodigy donates money back to the orphanage in Ethiopia he was adopted from Get paid $1000 for watching 24 Hallmark Movies in 12 Days Tom Hanks is related to Mr. Rogers Netflix Documentary to Watch - The Game Changers GIft yourself and others this Food Sensitivity Test from Everywell If you have a great story to share or feedback, connect at InHappierNews.com. About the host: Deanne Goodman is a journalist, mom, speaker and co-founder of Kombucha On Tap. You can follow her on Instagram or Facebook. In Happier News also has it's own Instagram page @inhappiernews where you'll find inspiration and information on the latest episodes.
8 minutes | Nov 7, 2019
Craziest "Coincidence," Following Passions, and Retirement Leads to Boozy Cupcakes - These Inspiring Stories & More!
Hello and welcome! Lots of uplifting happier news all in 10 minutes or less! Here are the positive and inspiring headlines of Episode 52: Dad who Lost Daughter Gets Wrong Text for 4 Years by Daughter Who Lost Her Dad Nurse Adopts 27-Year-Old So He Can Get Heart Transplant Boy told not to doodle in class gets hired by restaurant to doodle their walls 93-year-old leaves retirement to start boozy cupcake company, cause why not??? If you have a great story to share or feedback, connect at InHappierNews.com. About the host: Deanne Goodman is a journalist, mom, speaker and co-founder of Kombucha On Tap. You can follow her on Instagram or Facebook. In Happier News also has it's own Instagram page @inhappiernews where you'll find inspiration and information on the latest episodes.
11 minutes | Oct 28, 2019
Hug Stops Student with Gun, Amazing Dog Tales and Compostable Pizza Boxes - This Week's Positive News Roundup
Hello and welcome! Lots of good news and lots of dog stories this week for the happier news roundup in 10 minutes or less! Here are the positive and inspiring headlines of Episode 51 for the week of October 28th: Hug Stops Student with a Gun at Parkrose High School 49’ers Football Team has an Emotional Support Dog The Dog God story you have to hear! Man brings dog to a furniture store to get her paw of approval Couple searches for dog for 57 days, wife even quits job...then comes the joyous reunion! Lyft's new program gives free rides to job seekers Pizza Hut's new box is compostable! High Schools in California will be required to start after 8:30am If you have a great story to share or feedback, connect at InHappierNews.com. About the host: Deanne Goodman is a journalist, mom, speaker and co-founder of Kombucha On Tap. You can follow her on Instagram or Facebook. In Happier News also has it's own Instagram page @inhappiernews where you'll find inspiration and information on the latest episodes.
12 minutes | Oct 14, 2019
Field Goals, Sibling Goals & a Wedding Dress to Die For - This Week's Happier News
Hello, hello! Welcome to episode 50 of the In Happier News podcast! Thanks for being part of the journey! I’m setting a goal to do another 50 episodes and continue to grow the community of people like you and me who see the value of positive news and how it makes us happier, nicer human beings. This week our theme is goals (October is a time many people work on their goals). Needing some inspiration for your own goal setting? I got you covered! We have the story of an incredibly selfless teenager, what the opposite of sibling rivalry looks like, former President Jimmy Carter doesn't let age or a fall stop him from volunteering, the biggest avocado ever makes guacamole for 20 people, a CEO who writes 9,200 cards for his employees on birthdays, anniversaries and other occasions, bedsheets that become board games, how to help a young boy who lost his mother and how to she paid in forward after death, plus a wedding dress that literally fell from the sky! All that and more in 10 minutes or less. Host Deanne Goodman scours the news each week to bring you the happy, inspiring and positive stories. It's the week of October 14th, here is episode 50s roundup of positive news and good stories: Field Goal Contest Winner Donates Prize of Free Chick-Fil-A for a Year to Rival Team’s Coach Battling Cancer Jailbreak toddler style Former President Jimmy Carter Doesn’t Let Black Eye and Stitches Stop him from Volunteering Holy Guacamole! Record Avocado Makes Dip for 20 People CEO writes 9200 birthday cards a year to employees Hospital Bed Sheets that Double as Games and Entertainment Help a 13-year-old Boy Who Lost His Mother in a Tragic Car Crash Coolest wedding dress ever!! If you have a great story to share or feedback, connect at InHappierNews.com. About the host: Deanne Goodman is a journalist, mom, speaker and co-founder of Kombucha On Tap. You can follow her on Instagram or Facebook. In Happier News also has it's own Instagram page @inhappiernews where you'll find inspiration and information on the latest episodes.
6 minutes | Oct 9, 2019
Manifesting Zebras and $777 - How to Manifest in 5-Minutes
In this 5-minute bonus episode, I discuss how to manifest what you want. The first time I tried to manifest something I decided to manifest seeing a zebra just to test out the process. It worked! More recently, I saw a posting asking how much you'd like to manifest financially. The number that popped into my head was $777. I declared that was what I wanted to manifest. I ended up manifesting it, just not the way I thought it would happen! Instead of $777 coming to my bank account, it left my account as the hospital bill I had to pay for having a baby. However, I wasn't mad or even bummed. I thought it was funny that it happened to be the amount I manifested. You see, my first baby came with a $5000 hospital bill. Paying $777 felt like a huge win! With 2020 fast approaching, what do you want to manifest in the new year? I'm manifesting $1313 coming to me (not a bill thank you very much Universe!!!). I'll keep you posted on the results. If you have a story of something you manifested or want to declare what you'd like to manifest, let me know on instagram @inhappiernews or reach out at inhappiernews.com.
12 minutes | Oct 1, 2019
Emotional Support Clowns, Airline Baby Seat Map, and a Real Life Superman - Positive News Coming Your Way!
If you knew you were getting laid off and told to bring an emotional support person with you, would you ever think to bring a clown? One man did and it's a pretty funny story! Plus a crane operator meets a fellow crane operator in an unlikely place and the two become fast friends. How virtual reality is helping people with dementia light up with joy, a professor uses a lab coat to create a baby carrier to hold a little one and teach when his mom couldn't find a babysitter. Speaking of little ones, Japan Air just released a baby seat map that sounds awesome! In business news, Kroger is helping the competition and a community in need of a grocery store, Disneyworld adds 400 plant-based items to the menus with Disneyland up next and get to know the man people are calling a real-life Superman. All that and more in 10 minutes or less. Host Deanne Goodman scours the news each week to bring you the happy, inspiring and positive stories. It's the first week of October here is episode 49's roundup of positive news and good stories: Getting fired? Try this Crane Operator Befriends Dying Man Outside the Jobsite Virtual Reality Helping People with Dementia Come Alive Again Lab Coat Baby Carrier Japan Airlines Releases Baby Seat Map Kroger Donates $500k Store to Competition Disney Adding More Plant-Based Foods this Week Real Life Superman? If you have a great story to share or feedback, connect at InHappierNews.com. About the host: Deanne Goodman is a journalist, mom, speaker and co-founder of Kombucha On Tap. You can follow her on Instagram or Facebook. In Happier News also has it's own Instagram page @inhappiernews where you'll find inspiration and information on the latest episodes.
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