Listening to these old voice messages brought me back to an old fourplex in Minneapolis. Good times. Good times.
Brian and I continue a conversation about podcasting. I mention one of many aha moments where I realize that podcasting feels like the right track.
Even though it was a buyer’s market, it took us forever to find our house.
Craters of the Moon was really beautiful. And windy. It was really windy. I can’t think of a better reminder of the time the three of us climbed up these endless hills.
My sister gets the credit for organizing a family reunion. Every detail has been considered and now the impossible has happened. Most of us will be there for my dad’s birthday.
About eight years ago, I made a super short movie based on a story a friend told me. I called it Dollar Signs. In this video, the way I used some old interviews about work and school is similar to the audio montage style that defines this podcast.
Using a shared public access television studio wasn’t always convenient. But the space was inviting and the rice krispie bars were a big plus.
The kids get together to make some prank phone calls. Do kids still do that in the age of evil teleswindlers?
Is there a home for Liberals in the Democratic Party?