INHERENTLY HUMAN #22

Episode 22 February 24, 2019 00:46:00
INHERENTLY HUMAN #22
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Show Notes

Aden Debord, 20, just returned from an aquatics conference in Boston, MA, has an idea that could add a new dimension to the pool experience -- a slack line traversing the width of the pool. Turns out, he may have some hurdles to contend with before that dream becomes a reality. Meanwhile, Jim Newman, 72, remains hard at work on yet another draft of his Vietnam novel. He thinks he may have had a breakthrough in his writing, and believes his use of marijuana is partly responsible.

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