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Paul Hudson: Well listen, Kaya, it's been an hour and a half now. Thank you so much for your time. It's been lovely talking to you. I suspect everyone listening to this is about to go back and listen to it again to catch all the nuggets I didn't have time to dig into, because there were so many just from flying out. But that's great. It's maximum value for time.
Listeners, if you enjoyed this episode, please do hit like on YouTube. It helps you to recommend this thing to other listeners, and it helps us get a wider audience in the future. And Kaya, again, thank you for coming on. You've been a wonderful guest, been wonderful to have you.
Kaya Thomas: Thank you so much, Paul. This has been a blast.
Paul Hudson: Thank you so much everyone who asked questions. It's been really awesome having you here. We'll see you in a few days with episode five. Take care folks. Bye.
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