Manage episode 252268340 series 1293316
In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss disease exposure, worrying about stupid stuff, mismatched ski equipment, wearing hats to hear better, getting a visual on eardrums, keeping up appearances at the Farm Show, rugged underwear from Carhartt, kilts for work, rasps vs. files, nip vs. snip, getting right with the Ascension Glossary, tuning into Twit.tv, how John fixed a website, keeping your composure during a chimney fire, dropping objects down your flue, chaos in the streets of Paris, when firefighters show skin, stargazing permits, collecting rain water illegally, muscle groups that hurt, social media posts that are NSFW, the effectiveness of click bait, gray areas, a closer look at puffed wheat, trapped gas, expanding your emoji vocab, the ins and outs of a transgender Santa, new license plate aesthetics, more insight into train whistles, happy crying, the relative popularity of seals vs. penguins, when numeric symbols don’t add up to a heart, alleged similarities between praying & high fiving, a Buddhist thank you gesture, poets sounding smarter than you, limiting your poems to three images, quantum entanglement, Avery’s fever, how to get tickets for Rusty’s show, a dud concert, families that are filled with alienation, Kristina’s voo-doo centric library, the golden days of children’s literature, chickening out on your tattoos, a traumatic belly button piercing, living on the fringe of society, angry art - and so much more!
Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Lewis Franco [Brother, Can You Spare a Dime]; Gold Town [Tears of Joy]; Robert Bryant [No Danger Deeper Than Doubt].
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