SN2:EP5 “Ear Hustling w/ Sharron Paul”

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A harrowing camp story and comedian and actor Sharron Paul. You might recognize her once we start talking. She's the voice of the mom, Francine, on the kids cartoon Fanny Fun Facts on Amazon, and she's also in a webseries called "GhostedBusters." Sometimes I get a little nervous talking to guests, especially the part right there at the beginning. The hello. The handoff f...
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SN2:EP4 “Emotional Graffiti w/ Tim Racine & Athena Desai”

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Tim Racine and I on: cats that try to separate us from our lovers; frozen gummy bears; and lying about Pantera. Also, former NPR reporter Athena Desai ties a bow on a 14-year-old audio clip mystery I've been trying to get my head around since I left WBUR in 2002. @TimRacine Shit Lit Athena Desai / @brighteyeslife whatsyouryarnworth @yarnworthpod Listen here
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SN1:EP6 “Ali Pearl Meets Chango”

Ali Pearl, author of the recent New York Times Modern Love article 'On Tinder, Off Sex,' and I discuss: the intimacy of listening to Enya together; our emotional exhibitionism; and a grudge I had against her for not putting me in her article. I also take her to meet Chango—those badass EDM subway performers in Union Square wearing Mexican wrestling masks you may have been luc...
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SN1:EP4 “Barbara Gray Stops Fighting Food”

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How ducks have sex; ways to call in sick to work; and "food brain"--just a few of the topics covered during this fantastic conversation with LA comedian Barbara Gray. We walked through Prospect Park in Brooklyn on a crisp afternoon and watched fall ripen around us. Listen to this episode of What's Your Yarn Worth? with Andy Farnsworth and then go listen to her on the popula...
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SN1:EP2 “Child Power with Livia Scott”

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Livia Scott is not only a freakishly funny and compassionate person, who I was stoked to get to spend an afternoon in Prospect Park with, she also offers a compelling theory about my childhood that helped me find my inner 2nd-grader's Walter White. She explains the origins of her body suit and why she is so proud of a particular song she wrote, one that confirms all my worst ...
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