No Condition Is Permanent (Ep. #11 ~ 01.18.14)


I have never seen a yawn convincingly done onstage. Or a sudden breaking into whistling. This latter is because nobody, in real life, ever breaks into whistling or humming immediately on finishing a speech. Whistling and humming, especially at random, call for a long preliminary period of doing nothing at all.

– Robert Benchley, ‘Program Notes’ from The Theatre column in The New Yorker, July 18, 1931

Here’s how last evening’s broadcast played out:

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Acquire episode #11 HERE.


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