Manage episode 235683426 series 1293316
In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss getting the hang of it, knowing all the buttons, evil twin appliance repair, the merits of the inexpensive shop vac, cat vs. dog shedding, rural drug busts, Zen enlightenment through sweeping, more on the Tom Petty model Pono, a robot toilet of the future, a modern twist from Kohler, complications related to the purchase of black nosed sheep from France, a woodchuck who saved the day, the conflicting tones of a train whistle, tradesmen protocol, a complaint about diminishing upper body strength, dancer’s legs, being out of proportion, how to properly refer to a person with dwarfism, watching tiny people water ski, the winter’s first wood delivery, forced friendship, when your ex moves on to the next relationship too quickly, small town self censorship, who or whom, compartmentalizing as a way of life, talking nonsense, chronic blurting, honesty as a liability, avoiding interaction by staring at your cell phone, the stupidity of psychology, why we are all mentally ill, getting off pills, barriers to improving your health, overcoming grumpiness, packing cheese & crackers for lunch, Kristina’s rotting deck takes another victim, needing money, what to do with a rusty lamp, the potential dangers of 2nd hand electrical devices, acting extra dumb, a promise to misinform, being tired of facts, what it means to carry the torch, more on the toxic burn pile, a couch in flames, eschewing free mattresses, the sad underbelly of yard sales - and so much more!
Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Mark Struhsacker [End of the Line]; Nolan McKelvey [Starry Eyed and Blue]; Bellatrix [Original medley].
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