Sat, 5 October 2019
In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss the corn qualities of candy corn, how lowering your expectations can be a successful strategy, our sponsors, cleaning toilets, what happens when the “do not drive on the lawn” sign gets removed, hives vs. an itch, the joy of gigantic dumpsters, viewing astrological sun sign as nationality, the exaggerated personas of radio personalities, what the Air Force pilot said to Kristina, when your sister blows your cover, encountering your high school boyfriend at a wedding, pondering past unhappinesses, a classic earworm from the Alps, some confusion around fording streams and fjords, dying in Alaska, the black hole of Amazon, being rich enough to buy an old truck, the blind spots of short people, the book designer’s spider bite, watching the goal post move, poor lighting and dark days at the Victorian museum, the efficacy of headlamps, double dog daring, a close encounter with the Barnum and Bailey circus train, an unlikely performance on a unicycle utilizing parents, being caught dead looking at a phone, popping popcorn with microwave technology, unicorn headgear, when stars twinkle in your eyes, a lubrication accident in the hallway of a local high school, Crabtree and Evelyn, using sheep for their lanolin, the flossing obsession, a requiem for broken needles, a flip flop cat video, erratic car alarms, feeding parking meters in Hanover, a fantastic use for vinegar, another GPS disaster - and so much more!
Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Laughing Crow [Corrina]; David Carpenter [Cowboy Jig/Teviot Bridge/Connaughtman’s Rambles]; Goldtown [Rutland].
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