Manage episode 239972391 series 1293316
In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss sound check, eloquent words from our friend Courtney, an epic vacation, broken tractors, rainbow lightning, close encounters with star fish, a one-car family, when your boys become men, new footwear, honing in on lawn aeration, a lack of nutrients, hallucinating the sound of the train whistle, donuts from criminals, deciphering man-weirdness, our attraction to those who express what we repress, the drawbacks of collecting everything in the universe, a vision of outbuildings, what metaphoric transformation might look like, love train, peace train, hating the elitist concept of being “a musician”, when your kids grow up, soldiering through school shopping, the nefarious roots of public school curriculum, always being the kid that got caught, when your grown children cook for you, wanting to steal babies, blind spots, a cheap pair of flamingo Crocs, the hoards, a story about Ebay shopping and an amputee, the innocuous ways in which we are mislead, high expectations gone awry, the VT State Cheese Board Championships, new uses for dental floss, Doritos vs. twigs as a fire starter, titanium platforms in your mouth, a new limited edition of Spam, ham vs. pork, anomalies of the Wayside menu, cutesy names, analyzing “Kristina”, saying stuff to get a rise, figuring out the needs of clients, hosting people in your house, haying under duress, understanding an old house, the dearth of gamers in Vermont, when strangers are nice for no reason, a little PR for the radio station, hiding under a table, chewing your nails to a nub - and so much more!
Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Anonymous [Boots of Spanish Leather]; Martin Van de Vrught [The Sun Inside Our Head ]; Le Vent Du Nord [Au Bord de la Fontaine].
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