You think you’ve played a long game of Monopoly, but do you measure its duration in days? If so, today’s storyteller has a bit of property he’d like to show you. This story of real-estate transactions and brokered popularity comes from our December 2012 show, When It Rains, It Pours.
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Thanks to our storytellers, story listeners, and The Pickle Jar for a great one-year-anniversary show! We heard some fantastic TMI stories, and now we’re getting close (pun intended) to our February show! Please join us, or sign up to tell a story. Continue reading »
While moving from one coast to the other, this week’s storyteller discovers that he just might be carrying some unwanted hop-ons to his new digs — that is if he can ever get there. This story of red(ish) scares in the home of McCarthyism comes from our December 2012 show, When It Rains It Pours.
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Our storyteller used to spend a great deal of time on the phone with his parents until one very eventful April morning. This tale of surprises phoned in comes from our October 2012 show, Boo! Stories of Surprise. Continue reading »
“I don’t know what Santa brought me, but I know what he took away.” Not exactly an auspicious opening to a story, but it is particularly descriptive of the season of ups and downs that started with an insurance adjuster and ended with a Christmas in July. This story of the consequences of living in the Midwest comes from our December 2012 show, When It Rains, It Pours. Continue reading »
While earning their Bike & Build street cred, two cyclists experience a series of unexpected events on a dusty road in Montana. (Alternate titles for this podcast include, “Dude, Where’s My Sports Bra?”). This story of breaking chains and losing undergarments came from our October 2012 show, Boo! Stories of Surprise. Continue reading »
Also, join us to officially put the “spoke” in Spokespeople on Sunday, February 17th — let’s ride bikes! We’ll meet at 10 AM at Ashby BART for a morning jaunt up Grizzly Peak — a relatively short ride (about 16 miles), but with a good climb! Continue reading »