First things first – I’m just married, so that is why the episodes have been a bit late. Sorry for that, but we’re working hard to make sure everything’s on time and properly done. Secondly – this episode is all about Soviet history textbooks. And…as it was very funny, and I wanted to know what exactly to talk about, and didn’t have that much time before the wedding – this is also a Lesser Bonapartes (much more serious than usual) crossover. Glen asked us, what you would like to know, and we provided. And it turned out amazing. Hope you’ll enjoy this. And don’t worry – there’s more incoming in September!
And, humongous thank you to everyone who supported our wedding! Me and Alice are very, very thankful, and will post pictures as soon as they’re ready. Oh, and today’s plug- the wonderful Clara Testoni, from the Singing Bones podcast. Go check her out!
You finally achieve your dream and get to marry the love of your life: Alice, and not one person commented? I hope that maybe the old comments had been deleted somehow.
I want to say a HUGE congratulations, and while this comment is 6 years after the episode (but this is where I am on listening to your show LOL) I hope that you both find all the best of marriage and may your difficulties be minor and lead to better understanding and eventually, greater love.
May God bless you both and thank you so very much for creating a show that is so addictive I feel as if I should expect a random drug toxicology screening! Take care and I hope to find as I go along in episodes, that you both are happy and enjoying the minutia of everyday life!
Thanks again for an extremely entertaining as well as educational program. I was born in 1972 in America, where I still reside, so quite a few of the things you discuss I know about, but have never heard the Soviet side of most stories and events. I look forward to more of an education and entertainment 🙂
Ohboy, this’ll be extremely tragic when you catch up.
Uh oh. Well that is okay, ‘in for a penny, in for a pound’.
I cannot imagine not listening to you. I am taking my time catching up as I so enjoy the show. As for the future: Que Sera, Sera.
I have become a huge fan and am honored that you responded, thank you Kristaps.