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#172: And Then the Murders Began

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In today’s episode, we sat down to talk about stories that made us laugh: a dramatic jeans shopping experience; Spotify sells itself; a Starbucks customer who lost her mind but then felt bad about it; somebody’s wife got fired from Cracker Barrell; the New York Times found a way to up their subscriptions; a made up word and a question, too. And then the murders began.

(That will make sense about twenty minutes in.)

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Other topics include:

  • [00:00:00.00]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:00:32.18]Dramatic Jeans
  • [00:03:52.18]Episode Overview
  • [00:04:32.06]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:05:07.26]On the Spotify
  • [00:10:35.08]FreakyAlarms
  • [00:12:55.12]Guilty Anger at Starbucks
  • [00:15:28.08]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:17:23.19]Brad’s Wife
  • [00:22:00.21]Murder Makes Things Better
  • [00:23:19.13]Subscriptions Sponsored
  • [00:25:14.17]Made-Up Word: Adlergic
  • [00:27:46.14]Listener Question: When does it stop? Facebook now has stories. How much time should I spend on this?

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  • Sonja Randall

    First – I have become a faithful podcast listener for about 2 months now and have a co-worker listening with me. We tell each other when it posts! 🙂 2nd – I for years have set the clock ahead 30 min. Initially it was to have the “I’m late” panic…but over time it has become me laying in bed doing math and either getting up begrudgingly or laying there knowing I have time. #alarmfail