CHUCK OCTAGON – Jeff Van Dreason Can you think of a time when you were desperate for a specific piece of information, or had some news you were anxious about hearing?
Oooh, uhh, when Trump became president. I remember that. I was like…oh, the day before um I was so anxious and I was like, aheh, I don’t think this is going to happen, but you never know, and then like it happened and ….
[Charlie on the MTA begins to play] CHUCK OCTAGON
Did you wait up to….see the results?
INTERVIEW 1 No, I didn’t. I was so scared. I was like, if I keep – oh my gosh, it was so bad. I was like, if I keep like wrestling and like thinking about this? I’m never going to be able to like…go to bed or anything. So…yeah. I couldn’t. I could not.
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INTERVIEW I don’t know. I feel like I was set out to make a difference. I love helping people who are telling stories. I love hearing perspectives of the people so I can have a like a good relationship with them. Like, I just like hearing conversations about people’s life and how they live it. Like, how I can compare myself to a like completely different lifestyle that’s…I’ve never known before. So it’s just really fascinating learning about how other people live their life differently than I do.
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[Drums & Guinea pigs]
This week in Greater Boston: Seriously, What’s the Fucking Deal with the Guinea Pigs? Part 3.
So there we were, Norbert and I. One-time arsonists, on the brink of greater criminal endeavors.
You’ve left something out, haven’t you?
I quickly became adept at picking locks, while Norbert studied the techniques for defeating electronic security systems.
You left all of your father’s belongings in the house to burn.
Breaking and entering became our vocation.
But his guinea pig cages and feeders and paraphernalia are still sitting in your old hideout.
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