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In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss drafty windows, an argument for skirts, the timeless fashion trope “beauty is pain”, the last of the red maples, burning more wood to save on oil, a plan for improving taxation, a future without rural living, the ten most popular vehicles in Vermont, why you shouldn’t buy Emily’s Subaru, cars that look stupid, colors that aren’t colors, the horrors of a vaginal chimney brush, doctors who admire your cervix, some confusion about China, the “brain method” for tanning hides, hidden secrets of dry cleaners, the truth behind a printer’s bang, fusing exclamations into one punctuation mark, when your tea smells like chemicals, preparing your house for out-of-state guests, revisiting patchouli, yet another weird, unpleasant house plant, a Halloween parade cancellation, more on getting rid of clowns, movies that desensitize, being dispirited by pornography, trying to make rainbows through an unconventional prism, two beautiful young women from Cape Verde, the casual comfort of one piece dragon pajamas, the joys of fresh brewed Chai as made by Indian nationals who really know how to do it, the Old Labor Hall’s new wood-fired bread bakery in Barre, baking day at the Waldorf School, going back to places you knew as a kid, another classic train whistle - and so much more!
Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Beth Duquette & Richard Ruane [I Spy]; Robert Resnik & Marty Morrissey [The Boatman’s Cure]; Susannah Blachly [Little Sparrow].
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