getting away with it

This week on the podcast, Dagny Deutchman and I revisit the story that she shared about guiding a river trip on the Salmon River. In the story, she shared how she dealt with a client who inappropriately expressed his displeasure at having to use a groover. We talk about how she might handle that differently. Dagney shares how Tell Us Something changed her life and we talk about some of the sleep research she’s been doing as she pursues her PhD.
Marc Moss hosts Tell Us Something Radio, in which you'll hear four stories recorded during live Tell Us Something events held in Missoula. The stories in this program include a young Jewish boy struggling to please his father, a second-generation immigrant who takes his family to a lake in Michigan as a result of a family story, an important discovery in the basement of the New York City Public Library and a theatre director whose car breaks down on a mountain pass during a time of great chaos. This special Father’s Day edition of Tell Us Something Radio features stories about fathers and sons shared by your community -- regular everyday Montanans with a story to share. Stories were recorded in front of a live audience. Steven Begleiter “My Father and Football” (June 2015) Alex Alviar - "Invisible Scripts (June 2015) Ed Stalling “A Gift For Dad” (February 2015) David Mills-Lowe “Fixing Windmills” (or) “Saying Goodbye to Dad” (May 2012)
This edition of the Tell Us Something podcast comes to us from audience members from the “Getting Away With It” Show. Attendees had the opportunity to share their “Getting Away With It” stories anonymously. We selected several of those stories from a box and read them live on stage. Thank you for listening.
Jill’s Bronco driving friend is a bad influence. She convinces Jill to engage in an herbal adult activity that is becoming increasingly legal. They get caught when Jen thinks she's having a heart attack during the smoking event. The paramedics arrive. One lie leads to another. Jill must then talk to her hyper vigilant father about what happened.