So here we are, Episode 10, production problems and all! Julie's microphone decided to take a dump early during our interview with her wife (and my new and second-bestest aunt) Cyndie, but fear not! Julie and I were able to press on into Cyndie's early adulthood in Boston, her past/present/future stints with her band of friends and musicians, Lizzie Borden and the Axes, as well as schooling Brian on how to be greater and not settle for "gooder."
The makeshift table of contents for this episode includes..
Cyndie lies for Maker's Mark 46 in a purty baw-dul
Julie's mic just died
What? That's legal?
Waltham is bikeable and totally doable
Did it all for the bookie
Ice Cream Truck Newsletter
Lizzie Borden and the Axes
The Ramones were good to us
Brian is an ass for not remembering Cheap Trick
Z Movie Boxcar Blues
I need to track down a mailman in Nashville
For you, that's yeeeoooge
Drama for the boys, the women have fist fights
Julie is cute
Meet for sushi
Thank God I Was Pretty
The best obligations are the best feels
Don’t perpetuate what you are
The child is always number one
Zander makes Brian look like a dick
I will run you over in your sleep
Perpetuate what you are
Oh Anthony, you came and you gave without taking..
Peter, don’t' be a dick
Florida is good for her
He taught me way more
"If you are already worried about how you are going to mess up your kid, you are not going to mess up your kid"
Grounding doesn't work
The one-eyed Julie is a thing
Brian is one of the good guys
It's not okay
Intent is not enough
The glass ceiling
The glass cliff
"I have a very small esophogus"
Cyndie's living will is on record
Peach, pecan, or olive tree - you choose
Song Credit: "Will You Love Me By Sunday?" - Lizzie Borden and the Axes