Episode Nov 18, 2016

Co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss the many nuanced implications of the color pink, an unfortunate defense of flannel nightgowns, flying the flag of Gaia, introducing a new generation to “Jesus Sneakers”, how Butch got away with collecting Crocs, a Pepsi billboard in Tunbridge, the Easter Seals guilt trip, a word digression starting with “spigot” & ending at “panoply”, more on the missing sugar packet collection, a plethora of bird wings, the strength of god’s glue, precursors to the presidency, a sad case of playing dead, complex feelings about friends who live in houses without heat during the winter, sheep massage, sitting on cold rocks, a miniature village with tiny cooking pots, the doll house furniture store closure, weird combinations of stuff, whether or not to pay $30 for a broom, a close encounter with the Polar Express, the morality of lying to children about Santa & subsequent transitioning techniques, the origins and deconstruction of tape loops, surprising yourself in the mirror, taking charge of hover craft, a complaint relating to parallel parking, a porcelain plate challenge, the ins and outs of click-bait, choosing the wrong gift, the return of the gigantic pomegranate-flavored candy cane, inherent dangers to hosting a craft day - and so much more!

Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Robert Resnik [Beulah Land]; Davey Davis [Aberdigeree Swamp Dream]; Chris Kleeman and Malkum Gibson [Midnight Special]

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