By Ben Stanley

Picture the scene: The lounge of a New Zealand home during an idle, sunny, low-pressure Saturday afternoon, late in 2021. The stereo is cranking some chill tunes, and a good feed is being prepped on the barbeque, out on the deck. Inside a group of old friends is gathered together, and the good vibes are flowing as easily as they did back in the old days. A fresh batch of pot brownies is produced from the oven, and a plate of them is passed around the room. The accountant takes one, and so does the civil engineer.

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