Manage episode 238087963 series 1293316
In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss Syd Straw’s emergency housing, girl DJs, special security arrangements for the dog show, what it means to be “intact”, a bar in the barn, the trouble with wine glasses, mice in the sink & on the buffet table, a battery replacement exercise, what to call the children your ex-husband has in the future, the joys of solo tango, dive bombing a relationship, the anomalies of emus, a hiatus from scrolling, an argument for reincarnation, more about Paul McCartney’s body double, firewood delivery and a special billing arrangement, a step beyond digitization, the weight of John’s record collection, a celebrity yard sale, Avery’s sort-of swear, the dangers of parting your hair in the middle, dead lawn mowers, a pattern of dog barking, the nuances of repetitive cat throw-ups, a breakdown of alien antennae, a quick review of Deely Boppers, when Joseph went limp in the guitar store, a lost bowl of spaghetti, the topography of a corn flake, a new use for Cheerios, the strange world of cretinism, clods and louts, the blow-by-blow of a trip to MacDonald’s with Kristina’s father, different levels of snobbery, a cautionary tale about transporting kiddie pools, mental derangement and a trip to the museum, the ebb and flow of weird guys, imagining a Victorian clothing fetish, why Emily stopped wearing bustles & corsets, a continuing discussion of the term “hoo ha” - and so much more!
Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Jennings & McComber [Book on Fire]; Richard Ruane & Beth Duquette [I Spy]; Susannah Blachly [Hope Begins in the Dark].
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