Manage episode 237099914 series 1293316
In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe along with guest host Ira discuss what hides in armpits, a new use for sticky tape, a blue ribbon for country creativity, the premature demise of the new used mower, whether or not mini-golf is a sport, when adults go on a L.A.R.P., how intelligence agencies infiltrate YouTube channels with false narratives, the embarrassing question of why people listen to the show, apologizing as a way of life, analyzing the squeak of a chair, another epic pilgrimage for a rainy day, a most amazing series of file upload failures, how James Bond and fresh produce might be related, cultural embrace of spyware, asking Alexa about fire trucks, outdated nomenclature for internet connectivity, a miraculous manifestation of Fig Newtons, an unsuccessful sugar fast, the train that came twice, manual spelling correction, drum kit tips, where quiche can go wrong, looking for Vermont’s hidden towns including Chiselville, a fantasy about hitting the gavel, a sad ant, putting saddles on dogs, why boys have to shoot things, Emily’s yearning for a spider monkey, how hummingbird droppings fell in Ira’s shoe, a complaint about being forced to do chores, a declining fun factor that afflicts some adults, new ways to be seen in public, imagining a joy-filled life, the penetrating mysteries of bird calls, throwing off excess baggage, nostalgia for an avocado-colored fridge, a deep look at the infamous love gun - and so much more!
Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Steve Mayone [So Many People Get It Wrong]; Gold Town [Early Morning Blues]; Patrick Ross [Whistlin’ Rufus].
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