Still life with podcast.

I am ashamed I have written NO POSTS between podcasts. Well, on one level I am. On the other level, I am like, “screw you, I am on holidays”. I will not promise to do better, lest I be accused of hypocrisy.

I give you FYCL #2: Kiwi My Ass (click to listen, right click to download for playage on your mp3 player of choice).

Things mentioned in this podcast you might like to look at:

If you have questions you would like us to address in the next ep, please post them here. I am totally dedicated to sorting out the RSS thing, since the podcast appears to be a go. We may even enter the Great Corporate Maw that is iTunes. Eventually.

Music at the end was “Sitting on the Moon” by Enigma.

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11 thoughts on “Still life with podcast.

  1. Rhayden

    Never had those exam dreams, but I certainly hated when I would be in a shit job and then I would dream a whole shift at said shit job and then I’d wake up just in time to go to work ALL OVER AGAIN. FUCK.

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  2. Tyleetwen

    You guys make for a very engaging podcast! I would love to hear more about your family’s time at a Montessori school. Does your daughter still attend one? If not, how was her transition to a more traditional school setting?

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  3. M-H

    You have a clear Australian accent with only a tiny trace of North American to my ears. But what would an expat Kiwi in Sydney know? 🙂

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    1. Rue the Kiwi

      There are huge differences between the NZ and AUS accents and I just don’t understand how people get it so wrong… the mind boogles.

      You, however, have a lovely hybrid accent with no New Zealand-ness.

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  4. Solowren

    I am not sure if it’s just me, but SJ’s voice is much louder than yours. This creates a situation where I have you talking normal volume, and all of a sudden SJ is YELLING AT ME RARARAR.

    Or, alternatively, SJ is normal volume and you are “mumblemumblemumble”

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  5. a

    I am adoring these podcasts, I don’t care what kind of volume adjusting I have to finger-wrestle.

    I apologize for this kiwi/aussie misinformation spreading! Especially in light of all the Canadian-ness mentioned in the whatladder oeuvre. I hadn’t done the whatladder reading and missed the Melbourne mention in passed posts. I feel the fool, indeed. *CROCODILE TEARS*

    In my defense, I lived in S. Africa in middle school and had one kiwi friend in college. I should have known better because you didn’t use the term “heaps” instead of “lots” or “many”. That’s what my kiwi friend taught me about kiwi v. aussie: heaps, but I guess not enough.

    I have questions about both Canadian regionalism and US regionalism which, I think, you both intimated in this podcast. I have to refine my question because it borders on urban/rural conundrum.

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  6. V's Herbie

    Yay! my Pineapple Boy question got answered!

    I’ve been kinda hesitant to talk about students on my blog, mine usually come in the pre-med stress kitten variety, but even those have their funny moments.

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