One Woman’s Fight With the Opioid Epidemic Shows Life-Saving Impact of Medicaid

One Woman’s Fight With the Opioid Epidemic Shows Life-Saving Impact of Medicaid


I had a good job. Paying good money. I had full benefits. Gym pass. I had everything I could possibly want as
an adult woman. I found heroin when I was 25 years old. These college kids moved in next door, and
I got into Oxycodone. The next thing you know, I was doing heroin,
and then I was shooting heroin. Within six months, I ended up in prison for
armed robbery. It’s very, very difficult to watch what it
does to a human being’s life. That shame and that guilt sometimes overwhelms
you on a bad day. The only way to hide that I ever knew of was
to use again. If you’re not healthy physically and you’re
not able to get the help that you need, it’s like asking people to live their life trying
to hold a beach ball under water. They’re going to get tired and they’re not
going anywhere, and so they give up. I was just feeling like I needed to do it
one more time, and February 10th was my last time of putting a needle of heroin in my vein as I overdosed. The Medicaid gives me my Vivitrol, I get
to see my family doctor, I get to go to my psychiatrist. I have opportunities today that I would never have
if I was still using. I would not be sitting here telling my story. I think it’s going to create an entirely new
wave of this epidemic. Without treatment more people are going to
die, I mean that’s the bottom line.

Community event brings awareness to growing opioid epidemic


ANC: A FREE COMMUNITY EVENT WAS HELD IN RUSSELL THIS AFTERNOON TO BRING AWARENESS TO THE GROWING OPIOID EPIDEMIC. BAYSTATE NOBLE HOSPITAL HOSTED THE “OVERCOMING OBSTACLES OF THE OPIOID CRISIS” COMMUNTIY EVENT AT STRATHMORE PARK. THOSE IN RECOVERY, SEEKING RECOVERY OR FAMILY AND FRIENDS WITH LOVED ONES WHO BATTLE WITH OPIOID USE WERE INVITED TO THE CELEBRATION. DOZENS CAME OUT FOR INTERACTIVE FAMILY-FOCUSED ACTIVITIES, FOOD AND ENTERTAINMENT. GUESTS ALSO LEARNED HOW TO SAVE A LIFE DURING A FREE NARCAN TRAINING. DALLAS PILECKI @ 42:38-42:48 PEOPLE CAN OVERDOSE ALMOST ANYWHERE–PUBLIC BATHROOMS, PARKS. YOU NEVER KNOW WHEN YOU’LL NEED IT AND THAT’S WHY IT’S IMPORTANT TO HAVE THIS EVENT. THAT’S ONE OF THE TAKEAWAYS. ANCHOR: KIRK JONAH, A FATHER THAT LOST HIS SON TO A HEROIN OVERDOSE, SPOKE AT THE EVENT ABOUT HIS DETERMINATION TO HELP RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT THE OPIOID EPIDEMIC. TODAY’S EVENT WAS MADE POSSIBLE BY A $50,000 EARMARKED GRANT BAYSTATE NOBLE HOSPITAL RECEIVED TO PUT

A $7.500 BUG BOUNTY Bug explained, step by step. (BLIND XXE OOB over DNS)

A $7.500 BUG BOUNTY Bug explained, step by step. (BLIND XXE OOB over DNS)


Hi! My name is STÖK and I just love
testing for file uploads especially the blind ones.. you see that seems to be the
thing with file uploads nowadays they tend to be just that blind. sooner or later the malicious content that you provide and send to the system will be processed it
might be tomorrow or some other day but one day your content will be touched by
something or someone that’s exactly what happened with this really sweet blind
exes that I found using a PDF file upload as the first part of my stage
payload but before we break down how I found that bug and how exploited it I
would like to say thank you thank you from the bottom of my heart for taking
your time to watch this and joining my youtube channel and if you are into
bounties hacking conventions and everything that comes with a bounty
lifestyle then helped me to grow this channel by hitting the subscribe button
and leave a comment below and that way you’re helping me so I can help others
to become better hackers so I was testing this site for a file upload
functionality and it was a kind of shat thingy where you also could attach files
to it and in the conversation even share those files to your non signed up
friends this feature will play a significant role later on so I tested
more or less for everything you know all the image static versions PS files for
these emojis PHP payloads command injections you name it if it was a
payload for file uploads I tried it so I was kind of running out of options and
then I remember in a blog post that someone somewhere had
mentioned that you’re able that you’re able to sneak in the XML entities into
PDF files to the fact that and those meta tags or more or less all XML sorry
can I give that ago as well so I fired up a burp collaborator got a URL and
modified my PDF file with that fresh collaborator I tried everything this was
the last one it had to work so I uploaded a and I pushed refresh nothing
happened I’m like a motto options and that took a break I went to the kitchen
and I got some waters and the leftovers put on a fresh pot of coffee and and and
go back again when I go back I saw that my payload had been activated I had a
fresh deal and DNS lookup sitting in my collaborator window and I’m like what
was this but it was no agency to be request so that means that other the
target is heavily firewalled and not allowing any kind of vigorous
outgoing traffic but it was apparently forwarding DNS requests to an internal
ems server or it could just be a false positive and to be sure I ran a quick
host reverse lookup that showed me the PRT of the in scope domain from the IP
address and I’m like yes yes I mean scope the request that I made
came from inside the data center them in block that belonged to the target nice
but to be really really sure I also did a whole recent IP to make sure that ours
definitely inside the scope so uploaded a PDF again but this time nothing
happened why simply because I used the same collaborate a load and the design
of DNS cache since the DNS server already know my IP of my collaborator it
just pulled it from its own cache so no out a bad request for me which kind of
sucked because that meant I needed to get a new collaborator for every single
request that I was planning to make from now on
then I spent a few hours creating and collaborate the URLs testing all
possible egress traffic or outgoing and I even tried all the internal DDT
requests that I could find there’s a great write-up on that I’ll post it in
the comments below check that one up but none of that worked so this system was
hardness fuck and I had no way to externally get a request going out to
fetch my identity file and then he just hit me
externally maybe if I uploaded the DDT file as a raw text file in charity
publicly using the chat sharing thing maybe if I was lucky enough I can use
that one so I pull out the fresh collaborator placed it in the entity tag
of my raw file and uploaded it to the target I publicly shared it and made
sure that I was able to fetch it with curl without any distortion or a need
for authentication I didn’t want to risk anything here and just like that the
final content came back without any issues hmm I was golden
this had to work so I modified my request with a new shared URL and I sent
it off whether a few seconds refreshed and boom there it was I successfully
pulled the second part of the payload and now I was getting a full request of
the DNS lookup for my secondary entity that was placed inside my DDT file mmm
but I already knew that I would be unable to get any kind of file content
or information inside let’s say it’s a password in a post request is the system
you saw every firewall but the system didn’t allow me to do DNS lookups so
time to smuggle that content over DNS so I modified my payload in my text file my
data key file and I added the secondary part as a subdomain of my collaborator
URL in a senator way yes and there was the first
of the etsy password as a part of my DNS request DNS smuggling with RCEs get the
first line of the exit password base64 it and then send it over to your DMS
then you get a smooth line and you gives decode that later on a supersoft cotton
proof-of-concept but what if this parser had been time then I wouldn’t be able to
know simply because I was using collaborator and collaborator who works
as long as you’re having an active what if I went to bed and it’s only doing it
like once a day maybe she’s looking through the file for a day then I
wouldn’t get a active hit and that’s the thing with blind request and that’s why
I’m nowadays using my own bind server and log systems if I leave a payload
anywhere I know it’s gonna call back eventually and I use unique subdomains
for it so I know its target that eventually went out in my log and if you
want to know more about that I’m gonna have an upcoming tutorial explaining
that so do subscribe and turn that bail function thingy on so you don’t miss
that and if you want to read some really cool write-ups and and see some
community reading challenges and get some really nice collaboration going on
then I would definitely recommend you that you head over to Shauna’s totally
awesome project called bug bounty nodes it’s over at WWE bud bounty notes com
it’s for the community by the community and I’ll be posting some tutorials over
there as well so I hope you like this if you didn’t smash it if you did like it
and yeah until next time I love you hack the planet have a good one

SciTech Now 303 – Insect Fair

SciTech Now 303 – Insect Fair


[ Music ]>>So, today, we are
actually tasting bugs and putting bugs in our food.>>Muscles in an insect are
pretty much the same kinds of muscles that you would find
in a chicken wing, chicken wing, chicken wing, chicken wing.>>Okay, wait! I can explain. [ Music ] We’re at Penn State’s
Great Insect Fair. If it crawls, flies or
flutters, you can find it here. But, this is no freak show.>>Our biggest problem as entomologists
is exposing people. I mean, people are scared
and people are tentative, especially about this stuff and
putting stuff in their mouth or touching it or whatever. It’s because they don’t know.>>Well, I think a
lot of children start out being interested and
curious about the natural world. And, I think that maybe as you
grow older it seems to fade away as people tell you, you
should be afraid of it.>>If someone told
these kids to be afraid, they weren’t listening. [ Background Sounds ]>>Well, all bugs
are my favorite.>>If this fair is a
battle for hearts and minds, the entomologists are winning. And some hope their
influence will extend from the classroom all the
way to the dining room.>>After this I’m going to
go over to the Insect Alley.>>It’s true. These scientists
want you to eat bugs. You’re probably asking why.>>You can do it.>>Bugs as a product
that you add to foods are very
nutritionally dense. They have high levels of
protein, healthy fats as well as other micro and
other macro nutrients.>>Nutrients like amino
acids, calcium, iron and zinc. When it comes to protein an
insect like a cricket is right up there with meat and milk. According to the Food and
Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, insects
will be a main ingredient in the fight against
global hunger and the effort to meet the demands of
a growing population. The UN estimates nine
billion people will be living on planet Earth by 2050. Not only will we need more food,
but we will need more space. And insects require
less land, less water, and because they’re
cold-blooded, less food than traditional
livestock. You can get the same amount of
protein from crickets as you can from cows for 1/12 of the food, leaving more resources
for humans. This isn’t a wild idea. About two billion people around
the world eat insects regularly. So, why shouldn’t we?>>Ooh!>>Yeah, see?>>[inaudible] really good.>>Yeah. [ Background Sounds ]>>It’s refreshing. It’s crisp.>>They’re crisp. Crispy critters.>>It’s good. There we go. Alright.>>Okay.>>No goo, no guts, just crunch. Realistically, the scientists
here know they aren’t going to change your grocery
list overnight. But, with a little exposure
and a little education, big things are possible.>>Be open to learning
more about them. Because we’re only really afraid
of things we don’t know about. Once you learn, you’ll
come to love them.>>Everyone’s dabbled in their
own little corner of entomology and it’s so big, it’s spread. We have engineers, we
have the pest management, we just have the people that are
doing it for the beauty of it.>>I don’t know. I guess it’s just the potential. Bugs always come with a story and they just do
one of everything. It’s just amazing. [ Music ]

SCP-611 Parasitic Toothpick | Euclid class | parasite / insect  / body horror scp

SCP-611 Parasitic Toothpick | Euclid class | parasite / insect / body horror scp


SCP-611 Parasitic Toothpick – object class euclid Item #: SCP-611 Object Class: Euclid Special Containment Procedures: SCP-611 must
be sealed within its specified enclosure at all times. SCP-611 should be provided with one piece
of rotting meat per week, as per dietary standards. Current information suggests that beef tongue,
aged at room temperature for roughly two weeks, provides the best nutritional results while
limiting breeding. A technician specializing in insecta must
maintain the enclosure. Technicians performing maintenance on the
enclosure must wear full biohazard suits to prevent possible infestation. While performing any maintenance, the temperature
should be lowered to 10°C, which will lower the activity level of SCP-611 significantly. After maintenance has completed, biohazard
suits must be completely sterilized and cleaned. Following Incident 611-1, SCP-611 has been
relocated to a lower level. No food products may be allowed on the same
containment level as SCP-611. Description: SCP-611 was first discovered
in ██████, New Mexico in 20██. A group of tourists recently returning from
███████ contacted a local dentist concerning severe tooth and jaw pain. The doctor, discovering the infestation, contacted
the Center for Disease Control, at which time the Foundation stepped in and took over. After extracting the larvae from the tourist
group, Foundation operatives traced SCP-611 back to the ██████████ restaurant,
which had unwittingly played host to them for over a month. Class-A Amnestics were administered to all
restaurant employees and all infected patrons that could be located. Most larvae were removed in time, though some
had already caused extensive damage. Over ██ deaths caused by subsequent infection
were believed to have occurred. SCP-611 is a previously undiscovered subspecies
of Dermatobia hominis, the human botfly. It camouflages itself, appearing as a common
toothpick, and will attempt to land near or actually in a supply of the objects, at which
point it will shed its wings and enter a passive state. It can remain in this dormant condition for
up to forty days before cessation of life signs. SCP-611 will lay eggs in the gums of a subject
when used. Hosts notice no signs of invasion until four
to seven days later when the eggs hatch and burrow into the jaw, causing severe discomfort. The larvae cause sharp, continual pain and,
if left untreated, can cause death by opening wounds for infection. The larvae will eventually consume enough
to enter a pupae stage unseen in other botflies. Its body will harden and lengthen, eventually
punching through the skin of the host. At this point, SCP-611 will take to the air
and search for others of its kind with which to mate. The primary adult stage of SCP-611’s life
only lasts 72 hours at maximum, suggesting that there may be a larger presence of SCP-611
in ███████ than previously thought. SCP-611 appears to be hermaphroditic, with
no discernible difference between male and female members of the species. This is largely unheard of for insects, adding
to the suspicion that SCP-611 might not be a naturally occurring phenomenon. The highly specific nature of SCP-611’s
adaptation to an invention only in use for a few hundred years is also highly suspect. Further testing is recommended to determine
if this is a natural case of expedited evolution or a case of an engineered species. Incident Report 611-1: On █████ ██, 20██,
proper sterilization procedures of biohazard suit were not fully observed, and three members
of SCP-611’s enclosure escaped containment. Two were discovered tapping against the enclosure’s
glass observing room, apparently attempting to rejoin, but the third was not discovered
until it had already made its way to Break Room 13. The subsequent population generated by the
initial infestation caused █ deaths and over ██ cases of severe mandible trauma. SCP-611 was subsequently relocated to a lower
level with no break rooms or mess halls to limit possible accidental exposures. Individuals who suspect a possible breach
should immediately report to Dr. █████ for oral examination and anti-parasitic treatment.

How HIV kills so many CD4 T cells | Infectious diseases | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

How HIV kills so many CD4 T cells | Infectious diseases | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy


– [Voiceover] We know that in
an untreated HIV infection, the levels of the virus rise up. They rise up to extremely high levels throughout our bloodstream
and throughout our body. And that’s because HIV is getting into our immune cells, right? They hijack our T cells and
they use them to replicate and to make lots and lots
of copies of themselves. But we also know that we see this massive drop off in our T cells, our CD4 cells in particular. So the question is, how is this happening? I mean, yeah, we see that
these cells get infected, but why are so many of them dying? Do they all get infected, do they die when they get infected? Well, this question is one that scientists have been working on for decades, probably about 30 years so far. And it turns out that in an HIV infection, only about 5-10% of the immune cells that end up dying off are
actually HIV infected. The remaining 90-95% that die off are not even infected. That’s ridiculous, right? How’s that even possible? Well, let’s look at that a little bit. So why all these cells, both infected and non-infected are dying, it really comes down to a few causes. And we could talk about
all the molecular detail involved in each of these causes, but I don’t really want
us to get bogged down in all the detail. So let’s just focus on the concepts here. So here’s an infected T cell, right? This guy’s part of the 5-10%
that dies off while infected. So here’s our T cell. And inside our T cell you can see there’s little bits of HIV RNA, and you can see new HIV particles budding off on the outside here, right? This guy’s just cranking out
more and more HIV particles. And actually, let’s just put a bit of a red-colored haze around the edges here. And that’s to remind
ourselves that a lot of the infected cells die
off while they’re still traveling around in our blood stream. So this is just to show us
where this is happening. So infected CD4 T cells,
they’re gonna die off either directly because of
stuff the virus is doing within the infected cell, within themself, or because of how our immune system responds to them. Our immune systems don’t particularly like when our cells get infected, and that’s fair enough. But let’s start down
here, virus-related stuff. Remember that when a virus gets its RNA into our immune cell, this cell is considered to
be infected at that point. So from here, our cell can die off in a few different ways. So first off, if HIV comes in and starts reverse transcribing, remember it works by reverse
transcriptase, right? If it starts to reverse
transcribe lots and lots of copies of viral DNA using its RNA, our cell might start to take notice. We start to notice these
viral transcripts building up. And we actually have a
specific protein in our cells called IFI16, and it’s IFI16’s job to be on the lookout for all this rogue DNA, DNA that really shouldn’t be in our cells. So if IFI16 does take notice of all these viral transcripts building up, it activates an inflammatory
cascade within the cell. And what ends up happening with this is the inflammatory cascade goes on to activate a self-destruct
sequence within the cell, and we call this pyroptosis. Basically, the cell self-destructs because of the really,
really, inflammatory environment inside the cell. And that’s called pyroptosis. And keep this in mind, because
this pyroptosis mechanism gets really, really important
later on in the video, so keep that in mind. The second way an infected T cell might die off, do you remember integrase, that’s the HIV enzyme that will grab on to this viral DNA here, drag it into the nucleus, and then try to integrate it into our DNA? Well, sometimes while integrase is getting its integration on, our cell sort of catches
on to what’s happening, so to speak. And our cell catches on because we have another cellular
sensor called DNA-PK that senses when there’s
a break in our DNA. So at this point, our
sensor’s triggered, right? And then our cell’s like, holy cow! We have an HIV infection! And it goes on to, again, trigger a self-destruct sequence. Except this one’s slightly different to the one we saw earlier. This one’s called apoptosis, which you may or may not have heard of in your cell biology class. Now apoptosis and pyroptosis
are pretty similar, but they primarily differ
in how they get triggered. Remember pyroptosis is
triggered by inflammation, but apoptosis is triggered when specific cellular watchdogs, if you will, notice some critical damage
happening in the cell, like the DNA damage we saw here. And finally another
thing that might happen, is that let’s say integrase
actually does get the job done, and the viral DNA ends up integrated into our DNA. At that point we might start cranking out copies of virus, right? And remember that one of the last steps in creating viable HIV virus is that this viral protein, HIV protease, has to cleave up the viral precursors that have been made in our cell in order to activate ’em and to make ’em all “infectiousy.” So what happens, I guess
as a byproduct of that, is that the HIV protease
also will cleave up and activate other proteins in our cell called caspases. Specifically a fragment
of caspase number 8. There’s lots of different
kinds of caspases, but this one activates number 8. And caspases are pretty cool. Often when there’s a
problem within the cell, like there is right now, the caspases get activated
and they trigger, you guessed it, a self-destruct sequence, in this case apoptosis again. So there are other ways that
infected T cells can die, too. For example we’ve got
another group of T cells called CD8 T cells. And when they see an infected CD4 cell, they get pretty upset,
and they’ll kill it off. And the reason it knows the CD4
cell’s infected, by the way, is because infected CD4
cells start to display certain HIV proteins on their surface. For example, maybe they’ll start to display ones from the
HIV envelope, like GP120. Another thing to keep in mind is that remember after a month
or so of being infected, we start to make antibodies to HIV? So these anti HIV
antibodies might stick on to infected T cells and
mark them for destruction by other immune cells. So everything we’ve talked about so far are really just concepts about
how infected CD4 cells die. But like I mentioned
earlier, it’s been observed that a massive amount of immune cell loss in an HIV infection,
actually the vast majority, is due to the death of CD4 T cells that are not even infected. And this loss of uninfected
T cells is so huge that it’s thought to be the major reason for immune system failure in
an advanced HIV infection. Part of why there’s such a huge loss of these uninfected cells is because when T cells get exposed to HIV, even if they don’t get infected by it, they start to produce this
protein on their surface that causes them to hone
in on our lymph nodes. They start to travel to our lymph nodes. And the reason for this
is, because, remember, the lymph nodes are the areas in our immune system where our immune cells go to get exposed to new types of bacteria and other bugs that they’re supposed
to be fighting, right? They’re kinda like training grounds for our immune cells. So we know that lymph nodes are just this massive hotbed for HIV particles in an infection, right? Remember, that’s part of why we see the swollen glands and
the raised lymph nodes in acute HIV infections. Because dendritic cells are bringing HIV to lymph nodes and immune responses
start to happen there. So anyway, you end up with
this really large amount of uninfected T cells all within your lymph nodes. And actually, let me draw in this creamy-colored haze here. So that reminds us that
all of this cell death is gonna primarily happen
within our lymph tissue. So what happens in here
is pyroptosis again. Remember it’s programmed cell death, like apoptosis, but initiated
by a different mechanism. It’s driven by this crazy
amount of inflammation. So let me set the scene for you here. So you get HIV trying to infect
a CD4 T cell in here, right? But remember that IFI16 protein
we talked about earlier. That protein notices all of these viral transcripts building up, right? And when it notices that,
it activates a caspase, caspase 1 this time. And caspase 1 does something
really, really interesting. It starts to stimulate the creation of this pro-inflammatory molecule called interleukin-1 beta inside our cell. And interleukin-1 beta, what it does, is it creates this really
inflammatory environment inside the cell. And remember what happens when you have a massively inflammatory
environment in the cell? The cell might end up being destroyed by pyroptosis. And, indeed, that’s
exactly what happens here. You can actually think of
it like a grenade going off. And I think we all know
that grenades suck, because of shrapnel that they release that causes damage to bystanders. And in fact, there is a similar
thing that happens here. So the shrapnel after pyroptosis are all of these little pro-inflammatory interleukin-1 beta particles
that then get exposed to all the other CD4 cells
around the area, right? All the cells that have come in to try to control the HIV infection. So when they get showered
in interleukin-1 beta, they start to develop a seriously inflammatory environment
inside themselves as well. So what ultimately happens is that they undergo pyroptosis as well. And you get this chain reaction of pyroptosing cells
creating this huge loss of CD4 cells that weren’t even
infected in the first place. The other thing is that you end up with this state of chronic
inflammation, right? All throughout your body. And that’s because of all
these pro-inflammatory signals that are being released. And this chronic
inflammation that develops keeps activating your immune cells, essentially 24/7. And that’ll eventually
wear out your immune cells and lead to even more cell death. So before, we used to think that we lost the majority of our CD4 cells because of HIV infecting each cell, leading to apoptosis of that one cell. But now we know that it’s this ridiculous amount of pyroptosis and the resulting chain reactions of more and more and more
pyroptosis that it causes that’s responsible for the vast majority of CD4 cell loss in HIV infection.

Infectious Disease Physician Scott Heysell, MD

Infectious Disease Physician Scott Heysell, MD


My name is Scott Heysell and I’m a doctor
at the University of Virginia. I have the privilege to care for people who
have HIV and we provide a comprehensive approach to the care of in our community and throughout
the state. What we do within the infectious disease clinic
is to provide a comprehensive and very patient centered approach to a person with an infectious
condition. I’m passionate about helping individuals
but I also have a strong focus on conditions of poverty. I think the most rewarding part of patient
care is being able to develop long term relationships with my patients and be able to stand with
them and beside them through very challenging times in their lives.

Primitive Technology: Termite clay kiln & pottery

Primitive Technology: Termite clay kiln & pottery


Making a grate from the usual clay I use It’s a bit less than 50 cm in diameter and about 5 cm thick Making holes in the grate to let the flames through Getting clay from a termite mound. Termites mouths are too small to include sticks and stones in their structures, so the clay doesn’t need processing. Putting the clay in the pit left behind after building the tiled hut Crushing the clay Slaking the clay with water Treading the clay to break up lumps Dead palm fronds for tempering the clay Treading in the palm fiber Digging the kiln fire box Fitting the grate Making the front wall of the firebox Digging firebox entry Fire to stiffen clay Building walls of the ware chamber Enlargeing firebox entry Adding grate bars to firebox. These are important as they increase heat production several times. Another termite nest built on red clay soil It’s a source of clay that keeps replenishing thanks to the worker termites Crushing Slaking Treading The clay has no stick or rocks in it due to the termites being too small to carry them into the nest Crushing up an old kiln grate to make grog for the new clay Mixing grog into the new clay. Grog prevent clay from cracking as it dries. Making an urn Adding coils Scratching the last layer. I have to let the layers so far dry so it doesn’t slump. When I come back new wet coils will easily stick to the drier last layer due to the rough surface. Urn, pot, and 5 tiles made of termite clay. Blower housing and 2 tiles made of normal clay. In kiln ready to fire Covering with flat tiles (previously fired) Making fire Fire sticks are easier to make and maintain than pump drills and I’m so fast with them now I use them instead Transfer punk to tinder pile (crushed candle nut leaves) Blow coal into flames Add kindling Making fire under firebox grate to set sticks on grate alight Adding sticks above grate bars from now on 10 minutes in 1 hour in 2 hours in. I over stacked the firebox and the kiln cooled down a bit as the air supply was choked. So I let it burn down a bit and only put in a few sticks at a time 2 hours 30 minutes in. The kiln started heating up again. 3 hours in. The pots are glowing a low orange (845 c or 1550 f degrees) The next day after it cooled down A broken tile. First pot ok The urn spalled but is ok The forge blower housing is now fired Spalling was probably due to the urn not being totally dry Watering cassava patch Forge blower housing is well fired and water resistant now. It goes in the shed. Broken tiles go into a pit to be ground into grog later Spare tiles for the shed

The Lion Guart Too Many Termites Episode 15 – Max Wright

The Lion Guart Too Many Termites Episode 15 – Max Wright


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Thanks you very much! this way everyone we’ve had to chase
them out of the pride lands every night this week
I know one thing that’ll scare them away from the aardvarks tent for good
flying guard follow me for and I meant it Oh what please tell me you’re done
eating not even close really everyone everyone what is it Oh No
we’ve got an emergency I’m a Kundu cliffs their parents you’re afraid of
that you’re the bravest I’m the king of sight okay you were right to get a
showing off come on everybody to them across that fallen tree and over the
ravine come on there it is
the hollow tree I am NOT okay with all the termites
around here you’re right there’s a lot of them I’ve never seen so many termites
why are there too many now hey just because there’s a lot of termites it
doesn’t mean there’s too many yeah the thing is we don’t know why there are so
many termites hmm maybe we should ask the aardwolf are wolves that’s right
even more than you do not possible so the our wolves keep the pride lands
termites under control that’s right at least empty aardvark
dens that’s funny we should chase Tainos out of an empty
aardvark den a couple days ago dad it was a mistake I thought they were hyenas
we all did I still do thanks guys but I’m the one who used the Roar on him you
thanks dad we’re gonna make things right I promise lion Gert we’re gonna find
those art Wolf’s and bring them back to the pride lands I’m glad I had a termite
snack before we left this place has none those poor our wolves must be getting
awful hungry as soon as we get them back home don’t you think they’re still after
us the lion God why would they be after us they already chased us out of the
pride lands into the termite forsaken Outlands sneak up on him surround him
still think they’re just passing by buddy say something Wow they’re pretty
fast oh you want best hole here wait they’re afraid of us afraid of us
well I did use the rule on them maybe they think we’re out together look I see
one of them right there guys he’s running right towards a cliff
what do you think you’re doing um maybe a little something like saving
your life you want us to go back wouldn’t it have been easier just to not
kick us out in the first place he’s got a point there Unger just say
you aren’t wolves really don’t get out much do you
we still need to find the rest of your pack so we can take you all home why
didn’t you say so in the first place let’s go maybe I’ll take a peek just to
be sure go go you hear what I said
oh you too baby boy boy was I snoring oh never mind
oh yeah they were delicious now that you’re up time we said hello to our new
neighbors whatever you say dear huh you scared us
for a second there we thought you were the lion guard lion guard
where aren’t me Ray Ray made me do it you just set your minds at ease we’re
the furthest thing from the lion guard believe you me
and uh why exactly were you running away from the lion guard well maybe a little
hind and maybe a little hare all we’re trying to say is as your new
neighbors we’re gonna be such good friends
and you know what friends do we’re here for you we know how you feel
just stay Amil trait ain’t no need to be scared
job we’d love to help you hide we promise no one will find you once you’re
safe inside a meal so when you’re good and ready
this is your new home oh no honey we are the lucky ones yep
they’re hiding in that cave alright okay this time we need a good plan on it I’ll
go it alone then we can all go back to the
Pridelands then I can eat unlimited termite feast yeah it’s me and I’ve got good news the
lion God are the good guys I thought we were Hyannis okay and now I see it
anyway they want to take us back to the pride lands oh hold on a second I
thought we were gonna have to no here well I don’t know
you gotta need some ice Oh trust me none of you are leaving this cake you think
they didn’t believe my jumbo I promised we’d make things right come on Oh No can you see through the crack he’s
not going anywhere alright ray-ray time for you to go home
you betcha okay here we go guy guy she seemed like until she tried
to eat us yeah hey buddy how you doing I’m fine I
guess mr. termites how about a thank-you gift
from the Art Walks it’s coming from okuni woods
really oh nothing thrilling just a high rack stuck in a thorn bush oh I think
the hyrax is trying to avoid being shredded by the thorns oh we can just
pull them aside no no it’s using the scent from the
snakes can’t mask its own smell that way snakes won’t detect him hey that was my
lunch the Wow just got me a little stinky is all oh I don’t know how long
no wonder the hyrax ran away from you fragrant try taking a dip in Big Springs
little B I’m sure the fish there I’ll get you clean fish hello to you too
willing to give it a try why not try anything once it’s been many weeks how are the fish
today more than last time fool but not enough for your flood of Crocs but I
think you listen to the hippos because you’re weak you’re afraid of them but
I’m not afraid of anyone I accept your challenge makuu in accordance to
tradition the mashindano will take place near Lake motto pay at sunset do
something about it dad you’re king over all the animals in the
pride lands I am King and is king and in bangus case Jesus thank you will honey
banking thanks uncle – mom it’s gonna feel that in the morning
why aren’t crocodiles always so violent good question Oh No escape easy now he’s tired who might
have better technique but makuu is too strong congratulations makuu you have
won the mashindano you are now the leader of the crocodiles you have very
thick skin to fill as defeated leader who is banished from the crocodile float let me try one last thing one last thing
last time the one three times before that was the last thing kion hey Kiara
what’s the Kerbal sasser’s just received word that a horde of giraffe have moved
into isn’t anyone in the pride lands in their usual habitat wait there’s more
looks like makuu and the crocodiles have taken over Big Springs you’re taking
over Big Springs has messed things up all over the pride lands I need you in
the Crocs leaf fighting isn’t the answer to everything
ah only weak and cowardly leaders are free to fight let’s go why I start using
the Roar when I’m angry I’ll be as bad as scar besides I don’t
see how I can help I was thinking if you called for another Martian da no you’re
not really gonna give up are you kion of course not the circle of life depends on
us what are we gonna do the animals and the pride lands need to get back where
they bite now working on Kiara oh of course
your Royal Highness how about that bunga’s minty fresh oh that’s great but
don’t you guys have big grandfather I don’t know if you can hear me but I’m
not sure what to do I think makuu’s bully but who the old
crocodile leader says I should just back down but fighting can’t be the solution
to every problem he needs to know the lion guard can bring him yeah personally
I wish there was a way we could avoid the fight far as I know nobody lives
there no no just about everybody perfect
oh no I think we’re good to give kion the high sign wait
no no no not again if I could climb trees I know I could get the hyrax to
move wait I know how to scare enough No Bunga just grab the hyrax and bring it
down here we’ll worry about your stink later perhaps it’s time we moved on Big
Springs is running out of fish anyway sorry about changing your smell Bunga
it clearly has its uses but guna Matata I’m sure my minty smell will wear off