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Join us for another rousing discussion from Corvid Cove! The episode begins with some musings about knitter and fiber art, a discussion of Blake and Gwain's recent fiber festival excursions, their finds, and the allure of sock knitting. Then a heartfelt discussion about the Millennial generation, of which the hosts are members, and the dispelling of common criticisms placed upon the generation. Blake and Gwain make the case, that as Millennials we're not that bad! Perhaps, Millennials are just what society and culture needs! While Blake and Gwain are serious abou the topic it is addressed and interjected with their typical signature doses of humor making this episode yet another dose of .... meandering madcap merriment. So, brew yourself some coffee or tea and make a plate of avocado toast and join us! 

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Join Blake and Gwain for meandering madcap merriment in this episode with the core topic of Powerphernalia. Along the winding discussion of what shamanic Powerphernanlia is, how it's used, and how it may potentially be defined, interspersed are entertaining stories, ancedotes, and asides that include cheesecake, feeling old, The Golden Girls, and a pondering of the vision of Betty White potentially wearing a pussy hat. You'll want to tune in for this one! Pull up a chair and join us! 

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Pull up a chair and join Blake and Gwain for Episode 13 entitled, "What a Stitch!" A rousing discussion about the issues of the gender binary framed around the topic of its application by many to arts and crafts. Many unfairly cast certain types of arts and crafts as being for one gender or the other. Blake and Gwain use the microcosm of the topic of crafting, thus the episodes humorous title, to frame a discussion addressing the problems with the gender binary applicable to the macrocosm. Humor, personal stories, and sassy flair are peppered throughout to make even a serious topic into a dose of meandering madcap merriment! Side tangents include stories about relatives, a hunt for grits in New England, and Mother Nature's springtime tradition of pollen.... do join us, please!   

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