Episode 143: Juli Boggs

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.

Thank you for listening, Listeners, and thank you for sharing, Sharers, to my conversation with Juli Boggs. Be sure to follow Juli Boggs on Twitter and her blog by clicking here.

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.

Featured music

“Hungaria” by Latché Swing
“The Silent Orchestra” by Hamilton Leithauser

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