Episode Sept 23, 2016

Co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss the idea of being jolly, unusual new legislation concerning roller coasters and diaper changes, the demise of last week’s live show, being trapped inside the endless loop of an unsuccessful online login, the semantics of naming a season, baby rotation in and out of the baby room, the genetics of screaming, further adventures in being ashamed to be an American, a major apple cart upset, uncovering Uncivil Discourse (UCD), the art of hating people you don’t know, swimming in the insanity of a confused & confusing media landscape, talking in cute voices to loved ones, how to project onto strangers your lack of self esteem, the relationship between vanity and adultery, a spelunking metaphor, a fleeting nostalgia for George Bush and his paintings, a review of the Tunbridge Fair draft horse and oxen pulls, Emily’s fixation with the ostrich in Swiss Family Robinson, looking for an extra five hours in the day, the terror of free form socializing, when music opens a conversation, adhering to fantasy soundtracks, how ignorance of lyrics can cause a rift, an efficient delivery system called melody, reflections on voyeurism, difficulties pronouncing & defining the word “fabulist”, worrying about ice chips, sleepy seeds and lost teeth, taking a sober look at Hans Christian Andersen - and so much more!

Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Davey Davis [Zen Cowboy]; Bow Thayer [The Bitters]; Susannah Blachly and George White [Raven King].

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