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Breaker! — FPP364
Round #2 of the nut madness tournament is complete. There was a bracket buster!
Lot’s of feedback from our listeners and another round of nut madness. How would you keep a cat out of your garage? Leighton needs some help.
Round 1 of Nut Madness & God's Economy
Mitch shares about why Goshen isn’t as bad as Theodore makes it sound like and pecans seem to be unstoppable.
Sugar Shack & Fish Fry
Leighton visits a sugar shack nearby and also visits what he thought was a fish fry supporting an Amish school. Theodore explains the depths of Marshall County fraud and why the roads in Marshall County are terrible.
Institutionalized Christianity & Paul’s Maple Syrup Coffee — FPP360
We discuss what it means to institutionalize Christianity. Leighton’s dad, Paul, delivered some of the best coffee maple syrup drink.
Thinking & Krave
Reuben shares his experience with cutting back on input and spending more time thinking. Should this be a “Stop the Noise” movement? Jeff mentioned how our society has lost the art of unexpectedly visiting people, which was common in Louisa’s (Jeff’s wife) childhood in Costa Rica. brings Krave for our edible and Theodore discusses how he sat and talked with elderly in Florida this past week.
Leighton mentioned he’s working on improving his typing by using https://www.keybr.com/.
Customer ReviewsSee All
The shorter episodes feel crammed and a bit rushed. 45-60 minute episodes are perfect.
I think that Jeff’s phrase “as an online shopper, I shop professionally” should be on a french press shirt.
Don’t be thrown by the name. Although they do taste and review coffee, their main jam is having a conversational, storytelling podcast about daily life. I feel like listeners should throw a little more love your way, hence the review. A good listen to anyone, if you stick around long-term.