Prepare for an hour of talking to apartment managers and killing just a small percentage of lawns, not the entire thing. Today’s show was fully funded, written, produced, and directed by Richard K. He also provided some much needed distraction services. Thanks, Richard!
- Some random guy wants you to read toothpastefordinner.com
- Background music today is Technical Writer by The Doubleclicks and the theme music from that Rail Maze app I was obsessed with a few years ago.
- Ending music is Stranger In The Basement by Bonecage
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