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In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss singers getting electric shocks from microphones, new wind chimes at the daycare, first world problems at the gnome & fairy village, Kurt, Eminem and our children, Bob Dylan’s only meal at the Fox Stand, a hernia averted, sad news about a cat left behind, John’s ongoing freezer menagerie, a friend’s soup made from sheep’s brains, tips for fly tying, how talent relates to success if at all, the luck factor, placing bets at the race track, cigar smoking bookies in suits, Saratoga’s laxative mineral waters, how to react when a celebrity phones you by mistake, honing in on stoats, the whys & wherefores of shoats, a deep dive into the many oddballs of the alphabet, a story about New Hampshire’s Queen of Flower Essences & her missed opportunity, the significance of Emily’s yawning, a contemplation on debtor’s prison, digitizing your secret crush, idolizing Patrick Swayze, trusting full figured people, hating abs, improving William Shatner, how to harvest Chaga fungus, Siamese twins in and out of jars, the mysterious “dead man’s switch”, the suburban overtones of mid-life crisis, feeling as though the plot of your life is leaving you behind, living in a dream while searching for reality, being called out for buying a birthday present for someone that you want for yourself, how a large dog’s parts got involved with Miss Vermont’s photo shoot & Emily’s attempts to remove them in Photoshop - and so much more!
Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Davey Davis [A Too Good Party; Chaga; Ghost of the Chateauguay].
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