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219: Real-Time Podcasting

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In this episode – recorded exactly one week later than Episode 218, we promise – Scott is still in pain and Alison was absolutely right about the totally made-up word: bush league. Also in this episode we talk about a very personal American Airlines story with two sides; the advent of thrift-store fashion; why there won’t be as much knocking on doors in Ontario; the Flamin’ Hot story of Richard Montañez; and the possible dark side of Vero. All this, a made-up word and so much more!

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Other topics include:

  • [00:00:00.00]Intro
  • [00:00:27.13]Right and Not Wrong
  • [00:01:14.08]A Personal Double Story – Part 1
  • [00:06:17.18]A Personal Double Story – Part 2
  • [00:09:47.12]Second-hand Fashion
  • [00:19:40.02]Knock, Knock, Nope
  • [00:21:40.27]Flamin’ Hot Biopic
  • [00:28:35.00]In Vero, not veritas
  • [00:33:58.19]Made-Up Word: smarticles

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