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David Gromov
David Gromov

EP 755 SUB


In the late 2000s, Argentina was facing a slew of economic problems. The president was a charismatic populist with bold plans and the will to act. One of the things then-President Cristina Kirchner wanted to tackle: unemployment. So she set out to create manufacturing jobs in Argentina.




EP 755 SUB



President Kirchner didn't just demand the phones were made in Argentina. She wanted the phones made in a very particular place in Argentina, all the way at the southernmost tip of the country. The government decided that is where she said the jobs should be created.


This course introduces students to the biology, epidemiologic methods, and mathematical models needed to study infectious diseases in populations. In addition to lecture presentations on biologic and clinical aspects of infectious diseases, their distribution within populations, and their control, the course also covers study design issues specific to infectious diseases and simple infectious disease modeling. The course includes analysis of actual infectious disease outbreaks and studies through workshops and article reviews.


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Beth returns and tells her Jamison is ill. Laura tells her, "I'm a great believer in doctors." Beth tells Laura that Edward and Judith will not let Laura see Jamison... ever. Laura tells Beth about Barnabas, "So many strange habits. He seems like some creature in the night. Tell me, have you ever seen Barnabas Collins during the day?" Laura makes Beth leave and goes to the fire in the drawing room and prays to Ra. Beth voice over. Laura prays for a sign that she will succeed and sees Dirk. Dirk arrives and she kisses his cheek. She sends him to the Old House.


Barnabas writes a note for Magda that he must see Quentin. Dirk watches as flames block Barnabas from the cellar. Barnabas vanishes and Dirk sees this. Dirk reports to Laura, who knows about the secret room that leads from the Old House drawing room. Edward told her about it when they were first married. She wants Dirk to look there and to find diaries, letters, anything written in the last century. She also says of Barnabas, "He's not human. It's that simple."


Magda is at the cottage so Dirk can find what he wants snooping at the Old House secret room. Beth tells Quentin, "They describe you as a wolf that walks like a man." When Laura returns, Quentin slips out the window. Laura wonders why Quentin was up so early, this is the time he usually comes in.


Barnabas really feels shoehorned into this storyline. He has no personal investment in stopping Laura (as Quentin or Edward would). I suppose that can come across as heroic but it seems to fall flat here.


For this remix I wanted to do kind of the opposite of what I normally do which is turn trance anthems into melodic dubstep tracks. I love that old school trance sound circa 2007 so that's really what this song is based off of. Anyways, I had a lot of fun making this track and I hope you enjoy listening to it!Get the @illeniumofficial original here:


Good to see someone posting music that sounds nice to my ears! What DAW do you use? I'm an Ableton guy for the most part. My name is Mikey aks Siriu2. I run S2 Music record label. Keep us in mind for the future as we are always looking to sign good stuff. Maybe we can talk shop sometime. Would love to see pics of the studio set-up!


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