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In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss Chimichangas, lettuce beds, early morning skiing, John’s homework overload, scoring lower & lower on math tests, the charms of Sterling Klinck’s boat building shop, more clues to a crushed mailbox situation, crashing into things, teenage donuting, excessive free food at the Vermont state house, where savory pastries go wrong, when road snacks fail, love handles, imagining “Nugget McMuffins”, watching dreams get sucked away, your brain as an iceberg, stomach noises on parade, a debunking of “sustained silent reading”, what to do with fly carcasses, maladaptive thinking, a bus trip with Thane Benson, poets trading books, Neil Young’s Americanization, running coffee shops on remote islands, permissible poop talk, deer bait vs. beer date, the struggle to rhyme with “vagina”, overuse of the word “appropriate”, songs that don’t end, itchy nose syndrome, dining with dad, when Emily interrupts, not finishing your sentences, the supposed death of Mr. Peanut, the sorry life of stick figures, the merits of book hoarding, not reading as a lifestyle choice, moronic aspects of kid’s cookbooks, unrequited yearning for take-out, remembering epic pizza deliveries, the reopening of an iconic diner, fire suppression systems, being foamed at the gas station, a goose-based premonition, the fallacies of he and she sheds, trashing up your yard with stuff, hanging on to deflated balls - and so much more!
Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Rich DePaolo [Diamond Mines]; Mary McGinniss [If You Were a Blackbird]; Rich DePaolo [Is Anybody There?].
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