Voting, Texas-style – Austin’s Very Own #51

Going to Vote

After voting in the Texas Primaries, Kim and I discuss the fun of the voting process. A loud motor-scooter goes by and launches us into a conversation of impolite noises.

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Kim does a good job sussing out my noise problems. Also, we talk about Kim’s Chicken Cordon Bleu adventures.

Americans don’t know how to eat French bread – Austin’s Very Own #50

Cat time at Sarah's

On the way to a friend’s house for dinner, we go over the truth about bread:

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We talk about the types of bread we like, and Kim claims I hate every bread she brings home. Also, I almost miss a right turn.

Kim’s morning iPhone routine – Austin’s Very Own #48

Korea Garden

Every morning, Kim goes through the same routine on her iPhone – checking email, reading news, Twitter, etc. One morning I asked her to go through the typical morning routine. Click below to listen:

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Austin Politicos, Urban Outdoors, Nagging – Austin’s Very Own #45

Texas Freedom Network Annual something-or-another

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While Kim and I drive around to do some errands, we discuss:

  • The Texas Freedom Network fund-raiser thingy, pictured above. Culture wars in Texas.
  • We decide to drive downtown the have an “urban” outdoor day. On that topic, Kim and I discuss things to do when the weather’s finally nice outside, as it is now in Austin. Top on Kim’s list, going to town lake (which we ended up doing later in the day).
  • After deciding to go get a Jo’s burger, Kim is flummoxed by the non-removable batteries in new Apple laptops.
  • And then Kim remembers one of her current topics: does she nag and sigh too much?
  • Resolving Auggie’s hacking cough.

Hamthrax in the neighborhood – Austin’s Very Own #42

No more ego wall

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Driving back from the gym, Kim and I talk about exposure to swine flu, which we never suffered from, except to be bored. We also go over a revolutionary, funny head crank mime move I came up with it. The “crank thing” was a big hit with Kim.