springflingqueen3 karma2020-10-07 02:56:25 UTC
I absolutely love this podcast. My question if I haven't missed you: how are you able to make things that sound so mundane or boring so interesting? Every time I see a topic and think...ehhh...maybe I can skip this one, it ends up being so fascinating.
My personal favorite episode is the one about the Tel Aviv bus station. It really stuck with me.
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springflingqueen3 karma2020-10-07 02:52:43 UTC
This is great. I would love to listen to an episode about this. (not left handed, just interested).
springflingqueen2 karma2019-04-21 01:31:27 UTC
I read her book and was curious about the same thing. While reading the book the whole thing very much felt like "I know he did a terrible thing BUT."
springflingqueen2 karma2019-03-03 22:57:41 UTC
This is so true. I went to school for theatre management in NYC and there's no way I would have gotten the jobs I got right out of school if I didn't have a network in the city.
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