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Not many people have a front row seat to insuretech. To see ideas and concepts from conception to reality, to watch the wave of innovation crash on the shores of the insurance industry. Our guest this week has the unique experience of having perspectives from boots on the ground to director, a full scope of knowledge and expertise. On this week’s episode of FNO: InsureTech, we are joined by Tony Triola, Director of Claims, Strategic Supplier Management. A well-respected insurance executive with over 20 years of insurance experience, Tony plays an integral part in developing innovative, high-return, customer-centric programs and procedures for the U.S. consumer market.  Join us as Tony shares his background in insurance, views on innovation and solution providing, and thoughts on the growth and future of insuretech. • • • •  FNO: InsureTech Podcast interviews leaders from insuretech and insurance to get fresh ideas and unique perspectives on how technology is disrupting and transforming the industry. We bring stories, trends, and useful insights to our audience from carriers, insuretechs, service providers, and various industry groups. New episodes each week. FNO: InsureTech Podcast is created and produced by Fourseventy Claim Management.   FNO: InsureTech Podcast www.fnoinsuretech.com
***This episode of the FNO: InsureTech was recorded prior to Hurricane Dorian. Our thoughts and prayers are with those impacted by this storm.*** The world of insurance is constantly evolving. As technologies innovate and improve the claims processes, customer-insurer relationships are also evolving and adapting. Innovation is becoming a practice in and of itself.  This week, we get a glimpse of the evolving insurance industry from the perspective of a CCO. On this week’s episode of FNO: InsureTech, we are joined by Catherine Reese, Chief Claims Officer at Tower Hill Insurance Group (https://www.thig.com). As one of Florida’s largest residential property insurers with more than 800+ insurance agencies throughout the state, Tower Hill has been protecting Florida’s home and business owners for nearly half a century. • • • •  FNO: InsureTech Podcast interviews leaders from insuretech and insurance to get fresh ideas and unique perspectives on how technology is disrupting and transforming the industry. We bring stories, trends, and useful insights to our audience from carriers, insuretech companies, service providers, and various industry groups. New episodes each week. FNO: InsureTech Podcast is created and produced by Fourseventy Claim Management.   FNO: InsureTech Podcast www.fnoinsuretech.com
SMS is has become a commonplace form of communication. Notifications have become the normal. The ease of communication has opened up opportunities to contact customers on a more personable, direct way. One company has taken a direction in harnessing the power of SMS for smart and intelligent communication for businesses. On this week’s episode of FNO: InsureTech, we are joined by Alex Beller, Co-Founder/President of Postscript (https://www.postscript.io). Postscript (Y Combinator W19 participant), is a messaging platform that lets you easily create and manage SMS marketing campaigns with detailed analytics designed to increase sales and revenue. FNO: InsureTech Podcast interviews leaders from insuretech and insurance to get fresh ideas and unique perspectives on how technology is disrupting and transforming the industry. We bring stories, trends, and useful insights to our audience from carriers, insuretech companies, service providers, and various industry groups. New episodes each week. ​ FNO: InsureTech Podcast is created and produced by Fourseventy Claim Management.   FNO: InsureTech Podcast www.fnoinsuretech.com
When someone knows the market and listens to the market, they can create a product that is able to provide the solutions desired and needed. In today’s age, the market is saturated with many possible solutions-- but do they have the right data to give you the exact fit of need? Can integration occur, so that both parties can benefit from one another and be beneficial to the industry?  On this week’s episode of FNO: InsureTech, we are joined by Pascal Begin, Sr. Leader, Product Management, at CoreLogic Symbility (https://www.symbilitysolutions.com) CoreLogic, a leading global provider of property information, insight, analytics and data-enabled solutions; recently acquired Symbility, a leading provider of property insurance claims workflow solutions. Together, CoreLogic Symbility is changing the insuretech landscape. Hear Pascal recall the beginnings of Symbility, discuss the CoreLogic-Symbility relationship, and much more on the FNO: InsureTech Podcast.   FNO: InsureTech Podcast www.fnoinsuretech.com
The hosts of the FNO: InsureTech Podcast look back to the last 49 episodes and reflect on the guests, topics, and episodes of the past. Join us in our conversation as discuss: How our guests have broken communication barriers down within the industry. What we’re learning and observing from insurance carriers. The generosity of our guests and complexity of the conversations and interviews. We want to hear from you: What do you think of our podcast? What are we missing? Where do you think we should go? Email us at fno@470claims.com. FNO: InsureTech Podcast interviews leaders from insuretech and insurance to get unique and intriguing perspectives on how technology is disrupting and transforming the industry. We bring stories, trends, and useful insights to our audience from carriers, insuretech companies, service providers, and various industry groups. New episodes each week. FNO: InsureTech Podcast is created and produced by Fourseventy Claim Management. Visit us online at www.fnoinsuretech.com
“So often we look at this technology and ask: how are we going to settle these claims quicker and more accurately.” (click to tweet) People need insurance. But people don’t need the often outdated systems surrounding traditional insurance systems. This is where Insuretech comes in—the sprouting industry sector that brings robust technologies to improve the sometimes boring, paperwork-filled experience of the insurance world. We’re talking drones, robots, cameras—those technologies that take what a human can do and multiply it by a thousand, ten-thousand, and even more. So today, on the FNO: InsureTech, we are diving deep into the world of insuretech. In this episode, we unpack the vision of our podcast—how we are going to explore the intersection of insurance technology and claims. Tune in to this inaugural episode to hear about many of the key players and where insuretech and claims intersect. There’s a tension in the air—both on the vendor and carrier side—because few people have a good picture of what this is going to look like 5-10 years down the road.” (click to tweet) The FNO: Tips The more a system adopts machine-learning, the less human labor is required When in doubt, follow what the tech giants are doing (Google, Amazon, etc.) Carriers are currently seeking out technology to mitigate the claim altogether Ex: Water flow detection devices to track water loss People theorize Insuretech—as an industry—is moving slower but the disruption will be greater Customers are happiest when there is no claim altogether Technological uncertainty has created a tension between the vendor and carrier Check out the companies: Hover and QBE to prepare for future episode   Fourseventy Claim Management www.470claims.com Hosted by Rob Beller and Lee Boyd
“Claims are a linear process. They move from A-Z, but they don’t always take the same path to get there.” - John Hall (click to tweet) If you spend any time in the insurance world, you’re bound to hear the sentiment that a vehicle claim is distinctly different than a property claim. But is this true? It turns out that while a property claim has more information to fill in, there are still the same questions being asked. The customization of a property is no different than the drilling down to what part needs fixing inside a vehicle. That’s why on today’s episode of FNO: InsureTech, we are joined by John Hall, President at Audit Services Inc. to discuss how claims fit into the auto insuretech space, where we see technology driving their position, and why they are no different than property claims. Tune in to this episode to hear John’s insights, so you can speak both the languages of property and auto claims. “As more and more things become automated—those claims that are an exception to the automation process need to go somewhere.” - John Hall (click to tweet) The FNO: Tips Even with all the technologic automation, there still exists the need for human labor In automobiles, innovation yields safer cars but higher costs to repair Studies show that a new auto technology takes 30-40 years to make its way through the fleet of U.S. vehicles In general, rate of change is slower than people think Contrary to popular belief, most vehicles accidents occur in the city (not the highway) Understand that the average home loss is small Many carriers are prioritizing automation over accuracy The most successful carrier partnerships are the ones born early in the process Follow up with all parts of your workflow to find where the gaps are There will always be a need for in-person claim adjustment Fourseventy Claim Management www.470claims.com        
 “There’s always going to be a place for the field adjuster.” - Matt Fatheree (click to tweet) Everybody wants the new, shiny object. And in the insuretech world, it’s no different. Each year—we see new technology solutions rising to the surface, and the conversation at conferences turning towards the next best thing. But is this really where our focus should be? When we integrate technology into our business, unexpected challenges get put in front of us. The quality of technology is in how effectively it can anticipate and deal with these roadblocks. Often times, the bells and whistles distract us from assessing this. On today’s episode of FNO: InsureTech, we are joined by Matt Fatheree—President, CEO of Fourseventy Claims—to discuss his experience integrating technology solutions into his company. Tune in to this episode to hear about the hurdles, so you know what to expect moving forward. “The problem now is—in our view of the world—the process doesn’t fit the new technologies that are emerging. We have a very old claims process.” - Matt Fatheree (click to tweet) The FNO: Tips There is no all-in-one solution that currently exists for the insuretech space More than drones, the smartphone has significantly impacted insuretech There are many hurdles to using drones: pilot licensing, data usage, upload limitations, etc. Tying new insuretech systems requires more labor than one would think The claims process is very outdated, typically operating in 7-day cycle times Accuracy is just one part of the equation—we have to pick up speed and reduce cost It’s easy to find the new technologies, but onboarding a labor force to be culturally bought in is challenging Dealing with data collection and processing always presents struggles - the technology should primarily make this process easier Innovation will force field adjusters to find work in the virtual assistance roles Fourseventy Claim Management www.470claims.com
“We try to not just focus on the measurement piece of it, but the context piece as well.” - Andy Greff (click to tweet) For property claims, the outside is much easier to assess than the inside. Whether it’s via drones or actual adjusters on site—pulling information from the exterior of a property requires very little when compared to the demands for the interior. To assess the interior requires going inside the property, stepping into someone else’s space, and potentially interrupting someone else’s day. This set of demands calls for a technology solution. That’s why on today’s episode of FNO: InsureTech, we are joined by Andy Greff to discuss his application PLNAR that uses SmartPicture technology to swiftly and accurately process the information inside a property. Tune in to this episode to hear Andy’s insights on everything from insuretech to Series A funding. “In startups, there’s a lot of high-highs and a lot of low-lows.” - Andy Greff (click to tweet) The FNO: Tips Augmented reality is when there is a different overlay on top of the real world Carriers are often concerned with the real-time status of a claim Speed of delivery eliminates the customer’s ability to be curious Carriers have the most issues when the control of the claim starts to slip away Not many people are going into the adjuster world because frankly—it’s a tough job Software companies need a relatively small amount of money to get off the ground The most important thing to consider for a startup is staying on the playing field Smarter technologies empower lower-skilled data collectors to give desk adjusters exactly what they need Fourseventy Claim Management www.470claims.com        
“We’re not doing the internet of things. We’re doing the internet of dumb things, retrofitting the smart into place.” - Roel Peeters (click to tweet) Everyone is talking about the internet of things. Turning the physical objects of our home into cloud-enabled, smart devices that communicate with each other seems like the way our society should be shifting. But have we taken it too far with new innovations like smart dishwashers and smart refrigerators? Roel Peeters, the Founder & CEO of Roost says so. And on today’s episode of FNO: InsureTech, we are discussing Roost, the technology behind it, and how his IoT company differs from the rest. Roost is transforming homeowners and commercial insurance with smart, in-home solutions—by partnering with some of the most innovative insurance companies in the world to deliver telematics for the home. Tune in to this episode to hear Roel’s insights on IoT-based insurance solutions. “The concept of the internet of things is not a justification in and of itself to start replacing stuff around the home. That’s why I always focus on: what’s the problem you’re solving.” - Roel Peeters (click to tweet) The FNO: Tips Insurance companies write a combined $42 billion worth of claims checks every year 25% of the insurance coverage cost is from fire-related claims Most of the communication between customer and insurance provider is mutually negative (ex: renewal check, or time of claim) If you want to impact claims, most insurance companies respond, ”Show me the data.” Drill down on the problem an IoT-based solution is trying to solve Fourseventy Claim Management www.470claims.com        
“If you can track a pizza on Domino’s—surely you can track where you are on your claim.” - James Swayze (click to tweet) It’s hard to quantify just how valuable data is. We hear the news stories about corporations mining our behavior and reselling it as datasets. But really, how valuable can these facts be? It turns out that in the insurance industry, access to all parts of a customer journey with his/her own property—that dataset can significantly improve the claims process. That’s why on today’s episode of FNO: InsureTech—we are joined by James Swayze. James is an Executive at CoreLogic, in charge of claims and the Symbility platform inside the CoreLogic family. James originally planned to get into the film production industry but the insurance sector appeared in his life as an opportunity to quickly pay off his travel bills. Today James is an acknowledged expert on the application of technology in the insurance sector, a regular contributor to key industry publications and a sought-after speaker. Tune in to this episode to hear James distill the often confusing intersection of data and the insurance industry. “Customer choice drives further adoption.” - James Swayze (click to tweet) The FNO: Tips CoreLogic’s objective is to help people find, acquire, and protect their largest asset (which is their home) The more open the API, the more flexibility the customer has Look at how Google offers their applications on Apple devices for why the customer should choose There is a fear in the United States that too much information empowers the policyholder to become litigious The auto insurance has always been about 10 years ahead of other insurance sectors Fourseventy Claim Management www.470claims.com
On this episode of FNO: InsureTech we are joined by Bob Frady, Co-Founder & CEO of HazardHub. HazardHub uses geographic risk data sets to create assessments for a number of different hazards – things like risk of flood, wildfires and other risks. Their goal: keep YOU aware of the dangers around a property. Join Bob, Rob, and Lee as we discuss: Hazardhub’s free property risk assessment report, Free Home Risk. How/where Hazardhub gathers data, and how they’ve built some of their own data sets. The different types of assessments that Hazardhub can report. To learn more about HazardHub, visit https://hazardhub.com. Check out their free property risk assessment site Free Home Risk, https://freehomerisk.com. FNO: InsureTech Podcast is created and produced by Fourseventy Claim Management. Visit us online at www.fnoinsuretech.com
Strategy is important when it comes to developing an idea, a goal, an action, and for our intent and purpose, insurance. By developing a strategy, a path can be formed that allows for clarity, understanding, and identifying the problems, as well as the solutions. On this week’s episode of FNO: InsureTech, we are joined by Mark Breading, Partner & Chief Research Officer at Strategy Meets Action (SMA). As a strategic advisory firm, SMA delivers advice, consultation, and published research to insurers, solution providers, and insuretech startups. They provide insights and guidance that help clients connect and embrace today’s business strategies, plans, and technology investments to the new world of customer experience, digital transformation, emerging technologies, and insuretech. Join us as Mark shares: a unique perspective of the insurance world from an advisory firm point-of-view. his thoughts on the IoT and connectivity in relation to the future of insurance. thoughts on the insurer-insuretech relationship. and more!  FNO: InsureTech Podcast interviews leaders from insuretech and insurance to get unique and intriguing perspectives on how technology is disrupting and transforming the industry. We bring stories, trends, and useful insights to our audience from carriers, insuretech companies, service providers, and various industry groups. New episodes each week. FNO: InsureTech Podcast is created and produced by Fourseventy Claim Management. Visit us online at www.fnoinsuretech.com  
When there is a disconnect, someone has to bring the two ends together to make things work. In marketplace with fragmented services, it’s difficult to manage and keep things together, especially documentation. Our guest has found the solution by easily connecting customers to their carriers, all in one single mobile app. Having the most up-to-date policies and documentation in your hand gives a greater sense of ease and security. Our guest’s goal: make life simpler. On this episode of FNO: InsureTech we are joined by Ryan Mathisen, CEO & Co-Founder, and Sean Mulhern, CIO & Co-Founder, at Denver-based insurance start-up GloveBox. The GloveBox app creates access to all your insurance information, aggregating the information you need, whenever you need it, with ease. Home with one carrier, auto with another? They’ve got you covered. No Service? No problem—your documents are available offline. User policy alerts for important missing coverage, price increases & status updates. FNO: InsureTech Podcast is created and produced by Fourseventy Claim Management. Visit us online at www.fnoinsuretech.com
On this episode of FNO: InsureTech we are joined by Alex Meisner, Director of Innovation at Snapsheet. As a claims technology and services company, Snapsheet utilizes cloud-based technology to enable customer engagement and intelligent workflows, all designed to deliver a superior claims experience. Snapsheet builds software to adapt to custom work processes, operational needs, and systems environment. Join Alex, Rob, and Lee as we discuss: Snapsheet’s history and humble beginnings. The streamlining of data in virtual inspections and the power of a photo. How Snapsheet has adapted technology to cater to the claims industry. To learn more about Snapsheet, visit https://www.snapsheetclaims.com.
On this episode of FNO: InsureTech we are joined by Kate Terry, Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer at Surround Insurance. Surround Insurance is reinventing age-old insurance products to serve new-age consumers. As new generations of adults come into the insurance market, Surround is creating an experience that feels unique and catered their evolving needs. With its members changing the world, Surround Insurance is changing insurance. To learn more about Surround Insurance, visit https://www.surroundins.com FNO: InsureTech Podcast is created, produced, and sponsored by Fourseventy Claim Management. Learn more at https://470claims.com. Visit us online at www.fnoinsuretech.com.
The FNO: InsureTech team joins the PLRB On Demand ("POD") podcast in exploring insuretech and the PLRB Claims Conference. Learn more about PLRB, the Claims Conference, and the beginnings of the FNO: InsureTech podcast in this special, bonus episode.
SMS is has become a commonplace form of communication. Notifications have become the normal. The ease of communication has opened up opportunities to contact customers on a more personable, direct way. One company has taken a direction in harnessing the power of SMS for smart and intelligent communication for businesses. On this week’s episode of FNO: InsureTech, we are joined by Alex Beller, Co-Founder/President of Postscript (https://www.postscript.io). Postscript (Y Combinator W19 participant), is a messaging platform that lets you easily create and manage SMS marketing campaigns with detailed analytics designed to increase sales and revenue. FNO: InsureTech Podcast interviews leaders from insuretech and insurance to get fresh ideas and unique perspectives on how technology is disrupting and transforming the industry. We bring stories, trends, and useful insights to our audience from carriers, insuretech companies, service providers, and various industry groups. New episodes each week. ​ FNO: InsureTech Podcast is created and produced by Fourseventy Claim Management.   FNO: InsureTech Podcast www.fnoinsuretech.com
In the space of insuretech, there is a lot of opportunity. Efficiency opportunity, growth opportunity, distribution opportunity, and more.  Growing a startup may involve an acquisition of funds, resources, and support to gain those opportunities. One such company that provides these opportunities is American Family Ventures. On this week’s episode of FNO: InsureTech, we are joined by Dan Reed, Managing Director, of American Family Ventures (https://www.amfamventures.com). Dan is the Managing Director of American Family Ventures, the direct venture capital arm of American Family Insurance. American Family Ventures invests in early stage companies focused on insurance, connectivity, and analytics. • • • •  FNO: InsureTech Podcast interviews leaders from insuretech and insurance to get fresh ideas and unique perspectives on how technology is disrupting and transforming the industry. We bring stories, trends, and useful insights to our audience from carriers, insuretech companies, service providers, and various industry groups. New episodes each week. FNO: InsureTech Podcast is created and produced by Fourseventy Claim Management. FNO: InsureTech Podcast www.fnoinsuretech.com
“We always want the risk. We just have to put a price on it.” - John Langowski (click to tweet) Most people think paperwork when they hear the word ‘insurance.’ From filling out applications to filing claims, it seems that every touchpoint of the insurance-based customer journey is filled with paper and pen, PDFs to fill out, and signatures to sign. But the insuretech companies of today are shifting this idea. On today’s episode of FNO: InsureTech, we are joined by John Langowski—the Chief Claims Officer and EVP of Swyfft. Swyfft is disrupting the homeowners insurance industry by using big data and analytics to make buying insurance as easy as typing in your address. Tune in to this episode to hear John’s insights, so you can learn how your company can integrate technology into their equation. “Technology is a double-edged sword. It solves problems and it creates problems.” - John Langowski (click to tweet) The FNO: Tips The data automation in technology-driven solutions allows the user to transcend traditional model speeds Entry-level insurance adjuster jobs provide perks and a work-on-your-own schedule lifestyle Stay away from Florida-based insurance businesses, as the laws are much harsher The majority of people will never file a claim on their insurance policy Understand the heightened emotion of a claim when setting up businesses around it In claims—time, transparency, and knowledge of outcome are most important The average age for a claims professional is 46 years old, 25-30% retiring in the next 18 months Bigger carriers may provide more transactions but understand there are compromises involved With the rise of Alexa and Siri—look at GEICO still using “save 15 minutes” as evidence for bigger companies not evolving Fourseventy Claim Management www.470claims.com
“A lot of things are evolution. Not revolution.” - Tim Bruffey (click to tweet) People used to think of adjusting as an art. That there was a touch to inspecting damage, writing scope notes, and sending it off to the insurance company. But about five years ago, the insurance industry started to see the opportunity for machines to assist in the process. Now, we live in an age where drones and robots are able to compute the cost. This shift is the impetus for much of the discussion around insuretech. That’s why on today’s episode of FNO: InsureTech, we are joined by Tim Bruffey—the Vice President of Innovation at Accurence. The Accurence Smart Automated Guideline Engine (S.A.G.E.™) automates key adjusting components including: inspection, claim documentation, scoping, estimating, and auditing across multiple perils. Tune in to this episode to hear Tim’s insights on everything related to having a technology-solution provider inside the insurance industry. “What made adjusters good adjusters is that they were coming to the workforce with a base knowledge of construction. I don’t think that’s really common anymore.” - Tim Bruffey (click to tweet)   The FNO: Tips It turns out that there’s a lot of valuable data inside the scope notes that most adjusters just throw away When creating insuretech solutions: integrate with others like Xactanalysis, Xactimate, Geomni, and Eagleview Independents respond and calibrate much more quickly than staffed groups Collaboration between adjusters can be complicated when laborers have certain working restrictions (ex: can’t climb over a certain height) Accurence’s recent acquisition of National Water is creating QualityAssist for water mitigation Water losses create a uniquely complicated set of data for insurance carriers to work through   Fourseventy Claim Management www.470claims.com        
Data is essential in developing a comprehensive claim. It’s about making sense of the information collected. Data, however, can be a pain point. The problem? Traditional claims software is outdated, incomplete, and inflexible.  That’s where A.I. Insurance Inc. (http://aiinsurance.io) comes in. Their aim: bring claim management “to the cloud”. On this week’s episode of FNO: InsureTech, we are joined by Cameron MacArthur, CEO & Founder of A.I. Insurance Inc. They have created an intelligence-backed claims management software that allows immediate access to data for everyone involved in the claims process. Tune in to hear Cameron’s thoughts on being an insuretech start-up, how his company is providing data management solutions to the claims industry, and much more.
It is essential to empower your workforce nowadays.  Utilizing things like mobile technology, automation, and analytics can create useable data, operational insights, and business opportunities. But where do you start? How do you start? GoSpotCheck has the answer. On this week’s episode of FNO: InsureTech, we are joined by Matt Talbot, CEO/Co-Founder at GoSpotCheck. GoSpotCheck has enabled over 200 enterprise brands to capture critical data from the field, using web-based reporting & analytics, to make strategic business decisions and impact profitability. Join Matt and the FNO: InsureTech podcast as we discuss the use of automation and analytics; customer development, gig economies, and how GoSpotCheck came to be as a growing insuretech innovator.   FNO: InsureTech Podcast www.fnoinsuretech.com
Startups require attention, resources, and time. Finding an investor or partner that offers these factors is not an easy task and requires thoughtful and methodical intent. Our guest for this episode has fostered, developed, and nurtured innovation, idea, and startups. 36 companies have had the opportunity to work with this venture group, and hundreds of others continue to reach out. On this week’s episode of FNO: InsureTech, we are joined by Mike McCann, Senior Vice President of Corporate Partnerships at Rev1 Ventures. Rev1 Ventures is the investor startup studio that combines capital and strategic services to help startups scale and grow. Through their resources, Rev1 is able to work with startups to effectively validate a product, structure a company, land customers, raise capital, and build a team. FNO: InsureTech Podcast is created and produced by Fourseventy Claim Management. Visit us online at www.fnoinsuretech.com
The rise of IoT (Internet of Things) has given customers the connectivity, and ability, to control and monitor their property. Partnering IoTs with insurance has created a new experience and changed the way that insurance providers interact with their customers and provide services.  Notion is one of those companies that is bridging insurance and technology with an enhanced customer experience. On this week’s episode of FNO: InsureTech, we are joined by Brett Jurgens, Co-Founder and CEO at Notion. Notion has designed a multifunctional smart sensor system that can reduce loss, increase loyalty, and leverage data with insurance providers, as well as provide peace of mind for customers. Join us as Brett discusses building a user experience around Notion, “home risk reduction”, accelerators in the insuretech industry, and more. • • • • We love our listeners. And we love our guests. Notion is giving an amazing discount to listeners of FNO: InsureTech. Use the promo code FNO25 to receive a 25% OFF discount towards your ENTIRE Notion order. Limit 1 (one), one-time use, per customer. Visit www.getnotion.com today and save! FNO: InsureTech Podcast www.fnoinsuretech.com
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Oct 30th, 2018
Latest Episode
Feb 28th, 2020
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