Nathan From Barbarian Rhetoric Brings Together The Kiwis
If you enjoyed our last conversation, you should join Nate, Damon, our new pal Mark and me talking about surviving the massive and traumatic Christchurch earthquake, cultural comparisons between the United States of America and Aotearoa New Zealand and more.
Hang around long enough and we get into the ins and outs of living in small towns, healthcare in NZ, and population issues with Nate, Damon, Mark and me.
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