Episode Mar 29, 2019

In this episode co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss a song about fish, the hood, a whole bunch of mud, more on the charmed star behind John’s book collection, a mystical roof leak, the relationship issues behind clutter, tubs of Lycra, three timeless hours with Ronni, pros and cons of driving on the wrong side, bushwhacking Strawberry Hill with a snow board, challenging insouciance, a train death in Springfield, an ill-fated excursion with the traveling lamb, failed attempts to blow dry wet animals, a difficult choice involving scary clowns, an existential question about storm drains, aquatic pets, a terrible dilemma about dead fish who come back to life, consensual sex between animals, the hidden truth about armadillos, a rationalization for castration, awkward facts about Jim, new uses for bubble wrap, scientific data on cuteness, a terrible story about “Cabby”, using stuffed animals to compensate for your losses, squeezing things to death, the neutral quality of average hugging, a prophetic dream about archetypal computer screens, any idiotic thing, maybe not-so-crazy Flat Earthers, uncovering your alien past, a hypothetical about transmissions that penetrate the skull, healing yourself with tuning forks, questioning gum massage, evil dentists, a quick look at dog horoscopes - and so much more!

Featuring music from Vermont musicians & friends: Davey Davis and Rick Davis [Exploding Bass]; Bow Thayer [Epitome]; Dayve Huckett [Feast or Famine].

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