Juli Boggs stopped by to chat for Episode 143. In addition to being a freelance journalist, she is a nuclear technician.
In this episode Juli and I discuss her dual roles as a journalist and a nuclear technician; the uncomfortable similarities between a still-warm bed and a still-warm toilet seat; teaching people to sail in Seattle; how much of your body needs to be in the ocean before you are pissing in it or pissing in your shorts; the show that frequently influences the posters that adorn the walls of most nuclear plants; a good way to get your landlord to maintain the current rental price in suburban areas; Yucca Mountain and Onkalo and the practicality of 100,000 years; and how a party at the Fun Castle lead to a writing gig with Sacramento News & Review.
My new comedy podcast, The Anecdotalists, will be recording the second episode on July 18 at the B Street Theatre. The guests will be Becky Lynn, Mike Cella, and Corky McDonnell. The next recording will be August 15.
“Hungaria” by Latché Swing
“The Silent Orchestra” by Hamilton Leithauser