Manage episode 236846774 series 1293316
In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss the power of “Yes”, a case of hacking laryngitis, trucker’s vs. baseball caps, insects in your shoes, a take-down of the human race, going with the flow of illness, a promise to give advance warning, wedding exhaustion, a lame eighth grade graduation, when awkwardness cushions harsh reality, more on Jehovah’s Witnesses & facial hair, the tiny handwriting of God, scoring a root beer float, the Herb Lockwood Award ceremony, how close pretending you’re smart is to being smart, excessive youthfulness, clothing adjustments made in public bathrooms, coping mechanisms for social anxiety, the power of “just showing up”, finding the nuances in your voice as technique fails, a soggy lawn mower accident, looking for an old fashioned garbage can, a crying man at the photo kiosk, leaky roofs that resist fixing, getting stuck on the mundane, trying to run a business despite chronic phone phobia, a game about kinky folk music DJs, secret egoism, a dream of instrument theft, the travesty of vegetarian wraps, whether or not God eats, what kind of food there might be in heaven, Jim’s contribution to procrastination, exploding batteries, the relentless persistence of trouble on our planet, getting a heads up for the job of life, tips for enticing peace makers to rise up, why team work is better, what it feels like to be sixty, timeless people, choosing one outfit for life, walking backwards into stuff - and so much more!
Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Jim Reiman [She’s a Mystery to Me]; Lewis Franco [Desperate Buyers]; Lori Oz [Too Many Hands].
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