Episode Jan. 22, 2016

Co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss the perils of hot pink duct tape, the how and why of cold feet & the two brain theory, recollecting legends of U.F.O infamy, Sarah Palin as talented slam poet, the word girdle used as a verb, an armpit issue at dance class, planning trips to town to get good coffee, perfecting hovercraft, more on cat throw up, the question of microwaves & wireless internet traveling through your body, ongoing fears about candy dye, the efficacy of different sizes when buying pairs of things & a review of shoe horn options, living in “emotional parallel”, an irrational longing for hanging chads, the return of frost heaves, planning for lambs, a philosophical treatise on feminine garb, vs. animal skins, freeze dried banana chips as a metaphor for cognition - and so much more!

Featuring music from Vermont musicians and friends: Patrick Ross with the Matt Flinner Trio [Saint Anne’s Reel]; Jay Stevens [Woods]; Laughing Crow [Corinna].

Tune in Fridays at 11 am to hear this show live on WFVR-FM South Royalton, Vermont 96.5 FM or streaming online & rebroadcast weekly at: Royalton Community Radio