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Eva and Anson discuss the joys of finding your person and becoming boringly domestic. And Branan coaches Anson on being a mindful spouse. Enjoy!
Bonus music for this episode of The Well was provided by Kevin MacLeod under a Creative Commons Attribution License. His rendition of Mozart’s “Divertimento” can be found here. And his rendition of Leo Delibes’ “Divertissment” (from the ballet “Sylvia”) can be found here.
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In 1998, the University of Hawaii was ranked 112th out of 112 teams in the NCAA. Having lost for 18 straight games, they were at a bottom and had little hope for a turnaround. So they turned to an adopted son: NFL coach June Jones. Taking a huge career risk, June accepted the challenge and stepped in to make some changes. But those changes had less to do with building a new field tactic than it did with building a new kind of community.
We proudly present to you the story of the single greatest turnaround in college football history: the 1999 Hawaii Warriors. Mahalo.
Additional music for this episode was provided by Monplaisir under a CC0 1.0 Universal license (public domain dedication). Their track is titled “Red Hair, Blue Sky”.
Also featured were Johnny Nobles Hawaiians and The Hawaiian Trio.
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Earlier this year Anson got to fulfill a lifelong fantasy when he portrayed a Marvel Comics superhero. While shooting, he kept a handheld recorder with him and asked his cast mates a very simple question: “Who’s your superhero?” The results were not only interesting, but deeply touching. This episode is dedicated to those special people in our lives who inspire us to continue being creative in the pursuit of our dreams.
Special thanks to Marvel Entertainment and to the cast of “The Inhumans”.