Manage episode 247804815 series 1293316
In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss Vermonter idioms, the supremacy of Emily’s hats, giving yourself permission to turn up the thermostat, Kendra’s space heaters, roommates before coffee, a new look at modern maturity, the demise of the Snickers bar, how to not trash your car, John’s propensity for eating chips by the handful, joining the ranks of airbrushed old people, hating your license plate number, Willie Nelson’s health update, chipmunks and a dead deer carcass, when the cows got loose in Chelsea, where cattle fraternize, theories in relation to cross breeding, cat-rabbits, non-local animals, a vague feeling about aliens, fantasizing about the Nordics, being pinged, Brock’s cameo as the Grinch’s dog Max, self medicating ear mites, a dream about parachuting princesses, words that start with “R”, where army troops meet boils and bunions, the grandfather of all Portable Potties, top towns for traffic fines, the country club speed trap, misusing religious stationary, the lost power of cursive, the annual Howe family Christmas, kicking frozen firewood, losing track of your kid’s birthdays, letting go of thigh gap, the comforts of getting fat, white van conspiracy theories, KFC Yule log traditions and why they updated their brand name, the evils of Claymation, being “all about” something, feeling young for a minute, returning to China Star, the death of waxed cardboard to-go containers, eating the same meal for three days, mountain water as elixir of life - and so much more!
Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Larry Allen Brown [Just Around the Bend]; Julie James [Rosemarie]; Terry Lee Hale [Signed Blue Angel].
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