Episode 54: Regrets, We’ve had a BUNCH

ShareIn episode 54 of the Constant Crisis News & Opinion self-help and humor podcast, Ham & Chuck ask why cannibalism never came up on the Jamestown flash cards in their kids’ second grade history classes and explore the dark and threatening world of ice cream trucks (and the trucks’ darker and more threatening names). Also, given that May is Mental Health Awareness Month, we sift through and discuss how to deal with a lifetime of regrets, some of which were accrued just today.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, so be nice to yourself. And consider supporting Friends 4 Recovery Whole Health Center, a mental health recovery facility in Chesterfield, Virginia - www.friends4recovery.org

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, so be nice to yourself. And consider supporting Friends 4 Recovery Whole Health Center, a mental health recovery facility in Chesterfield, Virginia – www.friends4recovery.org

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H&C

Stories:

Mentions, Honorable and Otherwise:

  • Virginia
  • Hermit Crabs
  • Dave Stopera
  • www.buzzfeed.com
  • Frank Tanksy
  • Positive Vibe Cafe
  • Susan Greenbaum
  • Cheryl Schenk
  • Wisconsin Rapids Tribune
  • Sex Kittens
  • Lauren Cartwright
  • Michaeleen Doucleff
  • NPR Health Blog
  • Johns Hopkins
  • Bioengineer David Gracias
  • Jamestown, Virginia
  • Washington Post
  • David Brown
  • The Donner Party (by inference)
  • SOLs
  • Pocahontas
  • Captain John Smith
  • Queen Elizabeth
  • Tidewater Gumbo
  • Gloversville, New York
  • Capital Region Daily Gazette
  • Edward Munger Jr.
  • Joshua V. Malatino
  • Amanda C. Scott
  • Sno Cone Joe ice cream trucks
  • Mr. Ding-A-Ling ice cream trucks
  • Ben & Jerry’s ice cream
  • Mr. Softy
  • Mr. Stupid-Head
  • Mental Health Awareness Month
  • Larry Almarode
  • Friends 4 Recovery Whole Health Center

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