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by robcox
Jul 10, 2013

I’ve never really been afraid of ghosts. I may freak myself out occasionally with a scary movie or some misplaced sound in the middle of the night, but I’ve always been able to explain it away and really just forget about it within a...


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by Sandyhc
Jul 04, 2013

I walk in my local park daily and like to listen to audio books or news.  Recently while on the NPR app I ventured from the news to programs where I came upon Snap Judgment.  I scrolled through the topics and first chose 'Big Poppa...


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by majkdrupa
Jul 02, 2013

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by KaiHaskins
Jul 02, 2013

Kai Haskins

Foreword:  I told this story live without notes at the February installment of Trampoline (a competitive storytelling event) at Lot 10, and won the event with it. Below is a link to the audio from that night...


sorry, no story here, just wanted to say Thanks, Awesome broadcast.



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by jozerphine
Jun 28, 2013

I am not afraid of confrontation, but I am afraid of people. When something bad happens to me--a dude grabs me in a club, or someone yells at me on the train--I freeze, like one of those fainting goat videos on the internet. My body goes stiff,...


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by katyallday
Jun 25, 2013

Hi.  I'm Katy.  I recently told a story for Baltimore's Stoop Storytelling series about growing up with two brothers, spending my entire childhood trying to conceal my masterly easy bake oven baking abilities and ...


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by Donna Lubrnao
Jun 11, 2013

I am still never sure whether I really liked my dad or not. I guess when you nickname him mini-mussolini maybe not so much. He came into my life when I was six. My first recollection of him was the day he married my mother and the day I stood in...


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by John Willis
Jun 08, 2013

Everyone knows that after 911 air travel was never the same.  The hassle factor increased tenfold as our government scrambled to keep America safe.  As a regular flyer, I welcomed the hightened security - that was, until I discovered...


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by aliselim
Jun 05, 2013

When my kids were young and impressionable, I stumbled into one of the great secret weapons of fatherhood: be mythical, it helps you out of human-scaled dilemmas. 


Every father could use a moment like the one I...


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by monpayme
Jun 01, 2013

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by nimaa
May 28, 2013

 13 years ago I moved to states  from Iran, back there I was a dentist and in order to obtain my license here I had to take several exams, meanwhile I had a family to feed. Anyway after one work leading to another I got a job as a...


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by coyotetom
May 27, 2013

We tumbled out of the hatchback of the SUV. There were two of us stuffed back in the cargo hold with the luggage. We were at another rest stop. Nothing in all my life had prepared me for what it was like to be an automobile passenger in India. We...


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by Heather Hughes
May 27, 2013


I grew up in a John Hughes movie.  In fact, our name is Hughes. So… you know. We were all midwestern, sleepy, sub-urban lawns, teen eyes rolling like melonballs at church potlucks and fourth of july parades.  And...