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Episode 32: Get Hitched!

It's a long podcast, I'm the last half of the podcast.

This was taped after a 10 hour day at SEMA and sitting in a hotel room while on the phone. I then went to the airport to take a midnight flight home.

So, will this make a diffenence in my job, will anyone care, or will it get me a pay raise??? NO.

Today may be a great day to go back to being 10 years old where I had no stress.

Comments

Me said…
".......weight distribution and sway control"



Two or three more Thanksgiving Dinners and I'm going to need to take some advice!


*grin*

PS:
Giggling at you being a 'special guest'. LOL
Me said…
Woodchuck - don't read this part k? It's just for the OTHER readers...



*FAST FORWARD to about the 22nd minute of the podcast before you get the Woodchuck.* Otherwise you are going to sit through 20 minutes of listening to the guys next you in the booth at a restaurant on lunch - discussing putting phones in their trailers.

TWENTY TWO MINUTES ... just fast forward - really. LOL.
Kelsgarden said…
yeah, well . . . I sat here in the room with him when he listened the first time and we didn't have that tip on 22 minutes!

Yeah, "special guest" {snork} . . .

So proud of the 'Chuck ;)
WickedHamster said…
I was absorbed! Is a trunnion anything like a grunion? Maybe we should make you archprefect of trunnions... grunions too if it turns out they're related. You have a very sweet, pleasing voice. I think you should have your own load-balancing show in NPR.
WickedHamster said…
Anybody wanna see how many words we can come up with that rhyme with trunnion???
Woodchuck said…
Bunnion
Onion
ton o funnion...ok, it's a stretch
WickedHamster said…
Not that much of a stretch. Ever eat Onyun Funyons?
Me said…
(I love Funyon's) But they give you really really bad breath.
WickedHamster said…
Please note the measure of my devotion. I just listened to your entire performance and was most impressed! Utterly clueless, but nevetheless most impressed. DG said he never knew anyone could know so much about trailer hitches. He also said that it really scared him to realize he pretty much was able to follow the whole thing. But then, he's been around a bit more than I have in certain respoects...
Kelsgarden said…
now . . . can we find a tape of you from that show in Florida on YouTube yet????
Woodchuck said…
Looking....

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