11th Hour Radio Episode 9-27-19

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By Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss a water buffalo sighting, the dangers of step stools, a new kind of flossing, waking up with vertigo, unpacking the common use of the word “suck”, practicing a minimalistic social life, using soft serve as leverage to control your spouse, what Roy said to Kristina, some corny comebacks, studying a brain & comparative sizing, a recipe for Delicata squash donuts, a fantasy about fans, liking plain things, when biking was simpler, deviant spandex, how transgenderism gets too caught up in clothing choices, whether or not men can be into kittens, bonding through eating, being too poor to go out to eat, proper garnishing of veggie burgers, debunking diner bread choices, trains as metaphysical construct, boob vanity, when implants go awry, maybe the worst idea ever for Halloween decorating, therapeutic magnets, how to banish feelings of betrayal, magic necklaces, the cleansing power of sound, pining for bell buoys, the terrors of teaching your children to drive, wooly pigs, conversant chipmunks, forgetting where you left your nuts, where to buy balsam products, good presents for parents with dementia and macular degeneration, capital vs. capitol, what forces us to clean & cleaning disasters, rose cuttings - and so much more!

Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Jennings & McComber [Wintertown]; Ariel Zevon [Refugee Without a Nation]; Dayve Huckett [Shape of my Heart Loop].

Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes, Apple Podcasts or Youtube, or tune in Fridays at 11 am to hear this show live on WFVR-FM South Royalton, Vermont 96.5 FM, streaming online and rebroadcast at Royalton Community Radio and visit our website at www.11thHourRadio.com. Made possible in part by generous support from station sponsors Howvale Farm, The Tunbridge Grease Collective, Rivendell Restoration and the Mountain Folk Concert Series.

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