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Tags: 20th Century, Entertainment, Jesse Thorn, Jordan Morris, Leisure, Old-School Ribaldry, Personal History, Providence, rhode island
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Great episode. Loved it!
Loved hearing Jesse and team performing your grandfathers schtick!
We need to find a way to have you do these more often :: thinks ::
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I started listening tonight and just couldn’t stop. This episode was super moving for me. I LOVE the stories, and the family part the description of grandma in the house without her love… made me cry… but so beautiful. And me too, I live for those family histories. Thank you for sharing some from yours!
This was such a powerful story. Thank you for sharing. I have listened to it twice and I don’t expect to stop anytime soon.
Nate, as a cousin (Marjori’s son) I LOVED this….brought tears to my eyes…I can’t thank you enough….
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