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Jessica Gallant (@jessicagallantbeauty) Instagram Profile Photojessicagallantbeauty

Jessica Gallant

✨My job is basically hanging out with really cool people for about an hour (in very close quarters), and making them feel beautiful.✨That’s pretty darn awesome. 🙌🏽💖💃🏼 Feel free to DM or email me if you have any questions about makeup (or anything really!), or are wanting to book a session with! 💖 📸: @gaetzphoto

Anthony Coletta (@therealantc123) Instagram Profile Phototherealantc123

Anthony Coletta

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Q and A is now out on the channel. Make sure to leave a massive thumbs up and subscribe. Link in bio. #QandA

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National Dizzy Balance Center

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This week will explore a few questions we get often get asked by patients. -Do I have to live with dizziness? -Am I imagining my symptoms? -How do I explain my condition to friends and family? Check back later this week on our Facebook page to hear the answers! . . . . . #qanda

Theatre Travels (@theatretravels) Instagram Profile Phototheatretravels

Theatre Travels

 Instagram Image by Theatre Travels (@theatretravels) with caption : "Playing to sold-out houses all over the world, Potted Potter takes on the ultimate challenge of condensing all seven Har" at Seymour Centre - 1982293104947775332

Playing to sold-out houses all over the world, Potted Potter takes on the ultimate challenge of condensing all seven Harry Potter books (and a real life game of Quidditch) into eighty hilarious minutes. This fantastically funny show features all your favourite characters, a special appearance from the fire-breathing dragon, endless costumes, brilliant songs, ridiculous props and a generous helping of Hogwarts magic!⠀ ⠀ Abbie spoke with Jefferson Turner, one half of the double Olivier Award Best Entertainment nominee pair that created the show. Want to know more about Potted Potter, and what Jefferson's Hogwarts House is? Check out the full interview: https://buff.ly/2SHgPUt⠀ ⠀ #qanda

Michael Dello-Iacovo (@michaeldello7) Instagram Profile Photomichaeldello7

Michael Dello-Iacovo

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It was a lot of fun being in the audience of QandA last night. The topic of discussion was drug policy, and while I didn’t change my mind (pro-harm minimisation policy), I learned a lot. Thanks for coming Kai! #qanda @abctv

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GrowAce

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“Can I still use hps light the in seedling stage? I’ve got a 600w I’m looking to buy. Would I have to turn down the wattage for that part of the grow stage?” – John That’s a great question, because who wants to buy 2-3 different lights if they don’t absolutely have to? A 1000w would definitely be too strong for seedlings even if you dimmed it down; and while a 400w would be great for seedlings you may be stuck needing more power toward the flowering stage depending on the size of your grow. That said, a 600w grow light- especially a dimmable one- can be used to grow seedling. Outside of the seedling stage, 600w’s are also known for growing plants clear through harvest, so 600w’s are actually a great investment for any grower. You just have to be careful not to overpower your seedlings, so you’ll either need to dim that light for a bit or have the ability to raise the light. You probably already know 600w’s kick out lots of light and heat, so we suggest investing in a 600w light that has a dimmable ballast. At the beginning of the seeding stage, you may want to power the light down to around 50-75% of the overall strength. If that’s still too much power for your plants- or you can’t dim the ballast- raise the light to make sure your young plants aren’t frying. Ventilation’s a must, too, but assuming you’ve already got plans for fans and filters, the key to using a 600w light with young plants is regulating light. Too strong and your plants will fry, not strong enough and your seedlings will have a hard time growing. We don’t suggest using a 1000w in the same way because no matter how much you dim or raise 1000w’s they’re still kicking out a significant amount of energy. 600w’s give you about 40% less power than a 1000w, giving you much more wiggle room for lighting than a stronger HID would. #qanda

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Left Without

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Saturday’s show has been postponed to some time in April. We’ll instead be playing a private Audiotree-esque Q+A session hosted by @californiaemocollective with more deets on both to come soon ✌️ . . . . . . . #qanda

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Michael Boateng

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Just a quick snippet from MBTV 001, where @oscartatum.exe asks a question on the mind and body. Full vlog available in bio. #QAndA