1209 – Erie Canal Museum | AI’s Version
Sleep soundly as we hear from another member of the Cusack family who brings a new version of a Sleep With Me classic by way of a machine.
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AI’s Version / Trending Tuesday
AI Machine Transcripts
How Locks Work
DOWN TO BUSINESS
I’ve got on ankle socks, but they’re above my ankles
These are darn tough
This one will be even stranger
Reading through an automated transcript
Deep Dark Night United
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Emotions that are remaining from the day
I finally did read Remains of the Day
My thoughts are always there to remind me about something
Holy cow, it could be chimes
Previously on “Tangents by Scooter”
Memories of Bedknobs and Broomsticks
Bedchimes and Boosticks
I almost have a point
My thoughts are, unfortunately, always there for me
Elevated Background Noise
I’m more of a Borebie
Borebie, the least loved marsupial
Creaky Tree Sound
Are we discussing imaginary mammals right now? idk
Why won’t Outback Steakhouse let Borebie be its corporate mascot?
Borebie could hand out warm cookies from its pouch
What in the Bloomin’ Onion is going on here?
The show is somewhat essential aka sential
Disparate Thoughts Desperate to Escape Me
I just had a thought that left me a poem as it walked out on me
A reimagination from the 300s
Hello, this is AIC, Albert Irvington Cusack
The AI Sleep Challenge
You can just call me AI, though
Bjornery Machine Solutions
Back from Episode 392. Erie Canal Museum
Oh, this is a promo for My Brother’s Sneaker
Puts the amateur in Shaffer Sleep
Is that a Questlove album?
Quixotic Sister Sophie
Trying to get Cat Stevens on WTF
Probe it up, bro
Longy soothing tones
Dual Distractionary Dialogue
An actual podcast Game of Drones
Loading up my multiple hard drives as I got ready for my flight
My inner electronics protector urged me to protect these hard drives
Setting up my portable recording setup
My mental airport checklist
I left my hard drives on the ottoman / abdomen
This machine must’ve been thinking about the next day
The best way is to not forget
Why can’t I sleep on planes now?
Let’s see how this pegasus works?
Was there ever a soap opera set in an airport?
More soap flakes than soap opera
Tosa Some Rios, perhaps
There’s people walking a little
Recording this intro in airport
Stop and go to avoid beeping carts and people
Onto the Machine Transcript Story
Outside the Erie Canal Museum
Belt and black and brown
I don’t know much about Barge Artistry
We see Locks behind the museum
If the sun’s out, it’s probably not in the pm but in the am
Good Luck, Swamperia
What do you call this building? A cutaway?
A man looking out the window at a view
Two men using a block and tackle to move bags
A Moment On The Erie Canal
I think that’s the general store
A black cat scratching itself on a barrel
Erie Boulevard aka East Water Street
The canal had two distinct sides
One for pedestrians, the other for business
This mural was painted in 1989
Oh this is the judge here in the Oswego canals
Explaining how locks work
A mellow trip through Syracuse, New York
The engineering feat of the Erie Canal
The second largest canal system when it was completed in 1859
From towed by horses to towed by barges
6 million tons of freight!
Built a Bill to Build
It eventually lost its traffic to railways and highways
Taking the canal all through Central NY
All the way to Lake Champlaign
This museum is a little humbling
A steady source of water is needed to create flow within the canal
The need for water grew
The last challenge was how to get the Canal to the top of the Niagara Escarpment
It required 65 locks!
A description of phenomenal income
You can hear some of Elizabeth Cotton’s music
Chest with clothes from home
Leisure time was scarce in this building
Fishing off the roof of these canal barks
These bathrooms went right into the canal
Into the storage section of the canal
Syracuse, the Great Salt City
Wealth generated by the canal funded more refined institutions
The Great State Fair is in Syracuse every year, starting in 1840
Wooden Canvas Bunks were for sleeping on the canal
A mustachio’d man in the window
I’m stepping off this lovely boat
Some beautiful exhibits at the museum
Backstage at Syracuse Stage
An exciting place to preview new inventions and Broadway-bound shows
Cod Fish Scars
I didn’t even know they had jello back then
Higgins Jinkosaur Choc Cranz
Next door is a pottery shop
Bar Latos Tavern Registers
She’s just trying to give you the right amount of broccoli
Some really distorted Twitter thanks
Thanks for listening
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Episode: 1,209 / 392
Title: Erie Canal Museum | AI's Version
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Patreon Thanks: Liz, Marge, Margot, Derrick, John, Daley, Jen, Alexander, Mike, Nicole, Allie, Peggy, Layla, Laura, Marsha, Asmin, Carolyn, Sharon, Gary, Patty, Steven
- Remaining Always
- Tangents by Scooter
- Bedchimes and Boosticks
- Pouch-Based Mammal (PBM)
- Creaky Tree Sound
- Bloomin’ Onion
- Somewhat Essential
- Disparate Thoughts Desperate to Escape Me
- Dual Distractionary Dialogue (DDD)
- Barge Artistry
- Built a Bill to Build
- Niagara Escarpment
- Cod Fish Scars
- Darn Tough Socks
- Erie Canal
- Remains of the Day
- Remains of the Afternoon
- Remains of the Evening
- “Always Something There to Remind Me” song
- Bedknobs and Broomsticks
- Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
- Angela Lansbury
- The Mighty Boosh
- Outback Steakhouse
- Christopher Cross
- John / Joan Cusack
- Trader Joe’s
- Cat Stevens
- WTF Podcast
- Erie Canal Museum
- Syracuse, NY
- Elizabeth Cotton
- Syracuse Stage
Notable Talking Points:
- Thinking Thoughts
- Emotions that are remaining from the day
- I finally did read Remains of the Day
- My thoughts are always there to remind me about something
- Holy cow, it could be chimes
- Previously on “Tangents by Scooter”
- Memories of Bedknobs and Broomsticks
- Bedchimes and Boosticks
- I almost have a point
- My thoughts are, unfortunately, always there for me
- Elevated Background Noise
- I’m more of a Borebie
- Borebie, the least loved marsupial
- Creaky Tree Sound
- Are we discussing imaginary mammals right now? idk
- Why won’t Outback Steakhouse let Borebie be its corporate mascot?
- Borebie could hand out warm cookies from its pouch
- What in the Bloomin’ Onion is going on here?
- The show is somewhat essential aka sential
- Disparate Thoughts Desperate to Escape Me
- I just had a thought that left me a poem as it walked out on me
- A reimagination from the 300s
- Hello, this is AIC, Albert Irvington Cusack
- The AI Sleep Challenge
- You can just call me AI, though
- Bjornery Machine Solutions
- Back from Episode 392. Erie Canal Museum
- Oh, this is a promo for My Brother’s Sneaker
- Puts the amateur in Shaffer Sleep
- Is that a Questlove album?
- Quixotic Sister Sophie
- Trying to get Cat Stevens on WTF
- Probe it up, bro
- Longy soothing tones
- Dual Distractionary Dialogue
- An actual podcast Game of Drones
- Loading up my multiple hard drives as I got ready for my flight
- My inner electronics protector urged me to protect these hard drives
- Setting up my portable recording setup
- My mental airport checklist
- I left my hard drives on the ottoman / abdomen
- This machine must’ve been thinking about the next day
- The best way is to not forget
- Why can’t I sleep on planes now?
- Let’s see how this pegasus works?
- Was there ever a soap opera set in an airport?
- More soap flakes than soap opera
- Tosa Some Rios, perhaps
- There’s people walking a little
- Recording this intro in airport
- Stop and go to avoid beeping carts and people
- Onto the Machine Transcript Story
- Outside the Erie Canal Museum
- Belt and black and brown
- I don’t know much about Barge Artistry
- We see Locks behind the museum
- If the sun’s out, it’s probably not in the pm but in the am
- Good Luck, Swamperia
- What do you call this building? A cutaway?
- A man looking out the window at a view
- Two men using a block and tackle to move bags
- A Moment On The Erie Canal
- I think that’s the general store
- A black cat scratching itself on a barrel
- Erie Boulevard aka East Water Street
- The canal had two distinct sides
- One for pedestrians, the other for business
- This mural was painted in 1989
- Oh this is the judge here in the Oswego canals
- Explaining how locks work
- A mellow trip through Syracuse, New York
- The engineering feat of the Erie Canal
- The second largest canal system when it was completed in 1859
- From towed by horses to towed by barges
- 6 million tons of freight!
- Built a Bill to Build
- It eventually lost its traffic to railways and highways
- Taking the canal all through Central NY
- All the way to Lake Champlaign
- This museum is a little humbling
- A steady source of water is needed to create flow within the canal
- The need for water grew
- The last challenge was how to get the Canal to the top of the Niagara Escarpment
- It required 65 locks!
- A description of phenomenal income
- You can hear some of Elizabeth Cotton’s music
- Chest with clothes from home
- Leisure time was scarce in this building
- Fishing off the roof of these canal barks
- These bathrooms went right into the canal
- Into the storage section of the canal
- Syracuse, the Great Salt City
- Wealth generated by the canal funded more refined institutions
- The Great State Fair is in Syracuse every year, starting in 1840
- Wooden Canvas Bunks were for sleeping on the canal
- A mustachio’d man in the window
- I’m stepping off this lovely boat
- Some beautiful exhibits at the museum
- Backstage at Syracuse Stage
- An exciting place to preview new inventions and Broadway-bound shows
- Cod Fish Scars
- I didn’t even know they had jello back then
- Higgins Jinkosaur Choc Cranz
- Next door is a pottery shop
- Bar Latos Tavern Registers
- She’s just trying to give you the right amount of broccoli
- Some really distorted Twitter thanks
- Thanks for listening
Episode 1209 – Erie Canal Museum | AI's Version
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SCOOTER: Friends beyond the binary, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, it’s time for the podcaster who’s here…I’ve got on ankle socks. I don't know why I decided to point that out. I just…I said, wait a second, I have ankle socks. Are those what they’re called? They’re above my ankles, though. Oh, also, I have shorts on. I don't know what made me aware of my socks. Maybe the fact that they’re wool running socks and I didn’t wear them running. But they say they’re…these…oh no; these socks are darn tough. Some socks are smart…made of wool and they’re smart, and these ones are made of wool and they’re darn tough. But you might say, what in the S-O-C-K-S are talk…? You say, I put a U in there. I’d say, great, 'cause I’m here for you, to put you to sleep.
That’s what this is; Sleep With Me, the podcast that puts you to sleep. But really, I just keep you company while you fall asleep. I’m here to be your friend in the deep, dark night because you deserve a bedtime…you deserve a friend that’s gonna keep you company while you fall asleep. I’m just here to take your mind off of stuff and talk to you in the most boring way possible, to be your friend in the deep, dark night, because I’ve been there. Hundreds of thousands of other people have been there too that are listening right now, and we know it’s not easy. That’s why I make the show. I hope it works for you. It does take a few tries to get used to, so if you’re new, give it a few tries. See how it goes. It’s just a friendly, strange podcast. This episode, I think, will be part…I’m always strange, but this one’s even stranger.
What else do we got? Oh, structure of the show. So, we’ve got support for the show coming up — that’s how it comes out free twice a week — then a long, meandering intro. Do not miss out on it. It’s meant to ease you into bedtime and keep you company. Then after that we’ll have a bedtime story. It’ll be one of the…it’ll be interesting. I don't know the difference between machine learning and AI. I’m not kidding. But once upon a time, we had this machine learning thing. We paid a company that had some sort of machine that could learn, and it was trying to make machine transcripts.
Works out way better with our real-world transcriptionist, Leah, but this was when our budget was way, way tighter. So, we’re gonna have a guest come on from the Cusack family and read through this automated transcript. Their initials just happen to be AI. So, that’s handy, though I guess they’re…something…I didn’t ask. I said, what…wouldn’t your AI see if they’re a Cusack? But they said their initials are AI. Maybe they didn’t say all their…you say, what in the…initially, I disliked you. Now I’m not so sure. I say, great. So glad you’re here. This is Sleep With Me, the podcast that’s here to keep you company and put you to sleep. Thanks for making it possible, my patron peeps.
INTRO: [INTRO MUSIC] Hey, are you up all night tossing, turning, mind racing? Trouble getting to sleep? Trouble staying asleep? Well, welcome. This is Sleep With Me, the podcast that puts you to sleep. We do it with a bedtime story. Alls you need to do is get in bed, turn out the lights, and press Play. I’m gonna do the rest. What I’m going to attempt to do is create a safe place where you could set aside whatever’s keeping you awake. It could be thoughts that you’re thinking about about the past, the present, the future. So, thoughts on your mind, thinking thoughts, could be feelings, anything emotionally related to those thoughts or emotions that are just there remaining from the day or the evening or the afternoon.
The book Remains of the Day, that’s one…I finally read…I have not seen the film yet, but I’ve read the book. So, I know…even though part of my brain wants to say, how come there isn’t Part 2, Remains of the Afternoon or Remains of the Evening? I’d say, that just doesn’t work; that’s why. I wish it worked even as a tangent, but it doesn’t. I mean, my thoughts, they…and feelings and phys…it could be physical sensations. My thoughts and feelings, though, it remains…always remains. Remaining always. Always something there to remind me, too, about things…you say, wait a second…especially at bedtime. I don't know what that song was about, but was that at bedtime? No, that was about…I think a lost love. But at bedtime, my thoughts, they’re always there to remind me about something.
That’s a different…that would be a different song. They want…they actually want credit. Who else is there…always there to remind you about something? I’d say, after all, I don't know. Then I…I do say, well…no, they say, and we’ll always be a part of thee. Holy cow. I didn’t expect to go that far off topic into yacht rock. Not sure if that’s yacht rock. I’m not even sure…I’m not kidding; who sing…right now I’m just trying to make a sleep podcast, and suddenly a tangent appeared. What was…? Oh, thoughts, feelings, physical sensations. It could be times, chimes…it could be chimes. Holy cow, talk about something that’ll keep you awake; chimes. That was another tangent I’ve gone on.
But previous tangents…previously on Tangents by Scooter, I did try to come up with bed chimes and broom…I don't know what…I don't know…I didn’t…'cause there’s a book…well, I don't know if it was a book, but it was a movie. Probably two or three versions of it, I’m guessing, but maybe it was only made once. It’s a movie I get mixed up with Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. I don't know why. I just…those two movies are…even though I think I recently tried to watch it in the last three years with my daughter, that’s called Bedknobs and Broomsticks. I think it’s on Disney+. I think that’s where we wanted…we were gonna try to watch it. I think the beloved Angela Lansbury is in it, too, though I’ve been wrong…I’ve been wrong about a lot of things. But bed-chimes…I don't know what it would be.
Bed-chimes and Broomsticks; that wouldn’t…it does…it’s alliterative. Bedknobs and Broomsticks…Bed-chimes and Boo-sticks, but I don't think a boo-stick is actually something that exists. If you had…if you were watching The Mighty Boosh and you had hiccups, you could say, bed-chimes and Boosh-hics, but that would be a stretch. So, yeah, I’m trying to stretch my pointless meanders and superfluous tangents, 'cause I send my voice across the deep, dark night and I use lulling, soothing tones and pointless meanders to keep you company and take your mind off of stuff so that you could fall asleep. The way that works is…my voice is not traditionally soothing. I never…I have trouble getting to the point. I tend to go on and on and on about nothing or almost nothing. You say, he almost…he does have a point.
He is mixing up Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, Escape to Sugar Mountain, The Apple-Flavored Rock Candy Group. He’s mixing all those things up together because those were things that were out right as he became aware of…or right before he became aware…before he took Earth…before he landed here on this planet, probably, from a stork from another universe or something. Oh, but…so, what is Sleep With Me? Why would you want to listen? What am I going on and on about? Totally understand. I’m so glad you’re here. If you are skeptical or doubtful or irritated, that is very normal for most Sleep With Me listeners, particularly when they’re new, because this show is very different. I’m not everybody’s cup of tea.
But it does take some getting used to, 'cause maybe if you’re like me and a lot of other listeners, you’ve probably tried a bunch of stuff to fall asleep. You’ve probably been very frustrated. Maybe you related to that thoughts…my thoughts are always there. They say, we’re always there for you. Right, to remind me about stuff I don't need to be reminded about at bedtime. Couldn’t you…can’t you remind me about stuff when I need it? Maybe they’re just ineffective. They say, note to self; next time remind…this is when you need to be reminded. No, I don’t…I’m trying to go to sleep. Oh, but, so, why wouldn’t you like the show? Well, it’s very different. Maybe you expected something more traditionally soothing or traditionally sleepy.
So, let me explain everything, but let me just tell you, it does take two or three tries to get used to. That’s what hundreds of thousands and hundreds of thousands…probably a million people have told me. There are some people that’ll just never like me or the podcast. That’s normal, too. So, if that’s you, sleepwithmepodcast.com/nothankyou has tons of other sleepy stuff you could check out. But why is the show so different? Well…or how is it different, I guess? So, one of the things is it’s a podcast you don’t really listen to. You just kind of listen to it or you could just kinda listen to it.
What that means is that you just kinda…it’s almost like elevated background noise, and it’s just kinda there running in the background to kinda soothe you in a general way or to kinda distract you, like something…like a TV on in the other room or a friend that’s on the phone, but you don’t feel pressure to pay attention to that friend. You say, I’m gonna call you, but I’m not gonna…I want you to talk, but I’m not gonna listen to you. Your friend would be like, terrific. I got so much to talk about. That’s kinda the role I fill. You could listen to me at a mumble, you could listen to me, though, because that goes for the other thing, which is that there’s no pressure to fall asleep with this show.
It’s over an hour so that you don’t have to worry about falling asleep, because I don’t put you to sleep; I keep you company while you fall asleep. So, that’s why I’m here for over an hour. There’s people who are listening who can’t sleep or who need a break during the day, and I’m here for them and I’m here for you. I’m here to be your bore-friend, your bore-bae, your bore-sib, your bore-bud, your bore-bestie, your neigh-bore, your bore-bruh, your bore-bor. I thought of another one, but then…now I’ve already forgotten it. Bore-cuz…I think I said that one before. Borebie; I think that was it. When you’re listening to this, that movie may have already come out, the Barbie movie. But I’m more of a Borebie. That sounds more like some sort of pouched-based mammal. I don't know if…what are those called? Marsupials.
You say, oh yeah, that’s the least-loved marsupial for some reason, the Borbie. You know? I say, oh, great. Well, I got that…Scoots, you do remind me of a Borebie. It does make this sound. The Borebie is known for making a sound that’s a creaky…they call it a creaky tree sound. I say, are we discussing an imaginary…? Marsupials are mammals, right? My brain just shrugged. Maybe it was…'cause I was gonna say deep in the outback, but maybe it was once the mascot. If Outback Steakhouse doesn’t…I guess you’d say, whoa boy, probably don’t want any…but I say, it just has outback…I’d say, you don’t want to have…they say, we found it too confusing. So, you don’t want bore…you’re saying that you don’t want Borebie to be your corporate mascot.
Could hand out balloons, kids could take pictures of me, and nobody gets in the pouch, right? We could have…we could pull…we could…actually, we could…probably shouldn’t inflate the balloons in the pouch, either. Maybe I could have…if we have warm cookies in my pouch, is that too weird? You say, get a cookie from Borebie. Each kid gets a warm cookie from Borebie. You know, we could tell…the cookies could be wrapped in something. So, that makes it less strange. Just an idea. Or it could just be an imaginary character that I went…that…but hopefully I’ll remember that. So, I’m here to be your Borebie, your bore-bae, whatever it is, to be your friend in the deep, dark night and keep you company, but not put you to sleep. You just fall asleep and then you say, I have no idea what he was talking about.
I have a general memory of…I don't know, somebody like Christopher Cross, but it wasn’t Christopher Cross, and blooming onions. Or, Christopher Cross said, blooming onion. I think Christopher Cross did say that the first time they heard the podcast. He said, what in the blooming onion is going on here? This could be Borebie’s catchphrase. That could be the only thing Borebie can say; blooming onion. Blooming onion, you know? I mean, it might be confusing, but the whole thing would be confusing. The corporation…the imaginary version of the corporation said, no mascots at…I’d say, it really couldn’t be that confusing, I don't think. Okay, but anyway, moving on. So, this is a podcast you don’t really listen to. You probably won't like it the first couple times you listen.
It doesn’t put you to sleep; it just keeps you company. What other great news you got for us? Well, if you’re skeptical or doubtful, that’s normal. Structure of the show also throws people off, but it is very intentional, particularly with the tons of feedback I got in the last few months. So, the show starts off with a greeting; friends beyond the binary, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls…essential part of the show so you can feel seen and welcomed in and you say, okay, I could check this podcast out. I do sense it has a tone of welcomeness, but it’s made by a person that’s a little bit strange. So, that’s the beginning of the show, then there’s support so it can be free, so anybody that’s not in a position to listen…to support the show can listen whenever they want to over 500 episodes.
Support allows us to do that and keep putting it out regularly on a weekly basis. Then, this is separate from the support, which is very important to point out because it’s another essential part of the show, which is there’s a long, meandering intro which we’re like…already fourteen minutes into or so, and it’s a show within a show. It’s optionally essential, so I think that maybe makes essential not true. Mostly essential, I guess I’d say. Somewhat essential. Or, essential…you say, if it’s not essential, you’d say it’s…but what the intro is is it introduces new people to the podcast in a inefficient way, yes. It’s different every single time so that you can’t get used to it, because what I’ve found and from all the feedback I’ve gotten over the ten years making the show, that’s what doesn’t work with a lot of other stuff, is that it gets repetitive and then it doesn’t work anymore.
So, the intro is different every single time, and it’s also an experiment to say, what’s gonna come up? I’ve never…those things have all come up separately on the show, but never together, all these disparate thoughts, I guess, the thoughts that are desperate to…disparate thoughts desperate to escape me. A little poetry by one of my thoughts as it walked away. That’s humbling, though. I just had a thought walk out of me. It wrote…at least it wrote me a poem. So, I guess I gotta make a gratitude list tonight. Grateful for the thought that left me a poem as it left, and also threw me off when I was trying to make a point. Oh, but the intro also goes on and on and on to ease you into bedtime.
Having a bedtime routine, even if it’s just listening to the intro while you’re getting ready for bed, while you’re getting into bed, while you’re in bed getting comfortable or you’re doing something else relaxing, that’s been shown to work and it’s worked for me personally, easing into bedtime. So, that’s what the intro does. Then…oh, and there is 2% of people that skip the intro. They just set their thing to start at twenty-five, thirty, thirty-five minutes. Or there’s people that fall asleep during the intro, which we’re very happy for them. But for most people, it’s just a little bit of buffer between the day and being asleep.
So, that’s the intro, then again there’s support because podcasting is a opt-in thing, and the great thing about being opt-in to pay for it or to support our sponsors is that it gets to benefit a lot more people. So, that’s that, and then we’ll have this interesting reimagination, I guess, of a old, old episode of Sleep With Me in the 300s. So, we’ll have that and then some thank-yous at the end. So, that’s the structure of the show. That’s why I make the show. I’m really glad you’re here. I work really hard. I yearn and I strive, and I really hope I can help you fall asleep. Thanks again for coming by, and here’s a couple ways I’m able to do this for you for free twice a week.
Hello everybody, this is AI, and welcome to the AI Sleep Podcast. I’m Albert Irvington. I’m actually AIC, Albert Irvington Cusack, if you’re a listener of this…depending on where you’re listening to the show. I’m participating in this AI sleep challenge, but luckily I have…we’re friends with Scooter, who makes Sleep With Me. Scooter has given…the Cusack family is…most of the Cusack family…Joan and John, they haven’t been involved in Sleep With Me, but a lot of other people have. We’re so happy to be able to work with Scooter with some things he’d been holding onto for just this occasion. Now, I’m AI. That’s what you could call me; AI, your friend AI. Now, maybe other AI will be…I don't know how they’re gonna participate in this thing.
This is a thing that Scooter’s been undertaking with Yornery Machine Solutions or something. Yornery Sleep Solutions? No, Machine Solutions, my sister’s saying. That’s my sister, Loraine Cusack. She’s more popular. I’ve never been on the podcast…I’m AI, by the way. She said, start acting like it. So, I’m reading from a machine transcript, which I guess would be some sort of…I don't know if that’s artificial intelligence or not. My intelligence is artificial. So, I’m gonna read through a machine transcript back from Scooter’s Episode 392, Erie Canal Museum, and see how it goes.
But pretty sure you get a fair go on your show. You gotta go. Sir Lyschester, sneakers, and so much more. Love, life, laughter, impalas. Anymore…but joy. Join two brothers…oh, this is a promo for a sleep podcast, My Brother’s Sneaker. So, we’re even getting…I do have permission to paraphrase, my sisters told me. Okay, now, Scooter hopefully already did the intro to his own podcast, but friends beyond the binary, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, time for the podcaster who puts the amateur in chafer sleep, with me, the podcast to put sleep in your way. You know I love it. I love it…I don't even know how to seek…quixotic. You know I love capital Q questes…Sisyphean? Is that a quest love album he’s referring to?
You know that one of my hobbies is Sisyphean quests, and all I know is I love quixotic Sister Sophie and Hoocum. I can see if this is in so easily, but that’s the other word. But you know I love Sisyphean-style quests, and you know we tried to get Trader Joe’s. How’s it going? Oh, this was another promo. Scooter was trying to get Trader Joe’s on the podcast or Cat Stevens on WTF Podcast. He listened to Father and Sung and he said, I wonder if Mark Maron’s ever talked to Cat Stevens. I don't know what year this was made, this episode, 392. That stray Cat Stevens on, don’t you? So, you heard if you were on, you wouldn’t want to hear it. I mean, hear him and Mark. I just love to hear those talk. So, if you know Cat Stevens…I guess this still goes for things…let him know. So, that’s what it is. Chop it up. Hear them chop it up.
So…but what if…this is interesting, this machine…probe it up…you know, probe it up, bro. But what if Mark and Ussef…but it’s spelled capital U-S, capital S, capital E, capital F. Okay, so the boulder just rolled back down the old hill…sister office. He went to boulder school to spray water. Okay, then Scooter’s asked his listeners if they think an episode of Sleep With Me podcast is worth ten cents to them or twenty-five cents an episode, depending on how many episodes they listen to. I wonder if he’s tried that again. Patreon…welcome to…time for Sleep With Me, the podcast…the shoe you to sleep. We do it with a bedtime story. All you need to do is get in bed, turn out the lights, and press Play…do the rest. What I’m going to attempt to do is create a safe place.
This time is during a way over here in an airport where you could set aside whatever’s keeping you up at night or whether it’s travel, noises, background, physical sensations, overthinking, emotional feelings that are cropping up. Whatever it is you’re trying to take your mind off…and use lungy, soothing tones. I mean, use of soothing tones and meanders. Over-scriptive…turn the mic over. I’m trying to travel. I’m trying to collect some audio, make the best use of my time. You know, it is also like that dual, dual distraction. Dual distraction area dialogue. Double the dual distractionary dial. I can’t sleep with Sleep With Me tonight because this will help me with the time of day…go by for me…to help the time go by for you gives me something to do. I guess…of it…it gets to say, what is your first couple terms here?
Let me give you just a little bit of the dose of, you know, the complications that come from overthinking. It could be a daytime…head…go out of town here. I go out of town last minute and I said, well, jeepers. Let’s make the best of unexpected situations. I had a lot of editing to catch up with…and get her actual podcast Game of Drones and see strange, you know, and edit the intros out of those and convert the files in these societies. I had to go and get it on…head work. So, I loaded up my hard drive and my secondary backup hard drive. When I had them…a bunch of files nicely organized, then I got ready for my flight. I had it all laid out. This seems like yesterday. That’s gonna be handy here. I’d really get a lot of work done. This is feeling good. I said, hey, well, easy…hey, Scoots, how much would it…?
Those hard drives don’t want to bang around in your bag. You know, you get a ticket and they see how you are. This is the inner cheerleader again. Inner, inner electronics protector. I see you’re great. So, you know what…we get those old headphones back somewhere, tucked into one of those shoes, you know? Those cabinets…but you’re on my team. It’s a script. Hit phone bank. Hit phone bank…hard drives in there. Let’s get this cord and send it, you know, coiled up. So, boy we are…this is how people do it. Then zipped up that bag and they said to me…I said, what time is this good stuff here…? We’re getting it. We’re gonna go in place and this item…and add my bag, and there’s my stuff here…and I insert a sentence or page in, and that’s all I can remember.
Then of course, for travel the most…so, you got your ID, and do you have your phone? You have a way to charge your phone? I think that’s it, usually. I said, what gives my back seat…everything essential in my bag, right? Then I want to do some recording, so I set my microphone in my bag, in my recording recorder…the old recording…my bag…back-up batteries weren’t charged, by the way. I found that out and they said, hey…I said, okay, we got those and we got those check…check. I didn’t check my bag. This was a mental checklist. Then of course you go to get to the airport to get on your flight, and I get down…let’s get down to business. Then I say, okay, maybe I put the hard drives on the bottom. Then I say, oh no, I put them in that headphones bag, and I put them on the abdomen 'cause they were still sitting on the ottoman.
But you know, because I’m awake, I’ll just try to record a little bit. It needs these little layovers…or Amy. Because it’s daytime…and maybe 'cause it said, okay, it’ll be okay. You know, it’s gonna all be okay with bedtime. Those thoughts can kinda get into your head…and you know when you’re going to sleep, and you’re laying your head down. You’re trying to get some rest, and then I’ll send you a suitable boy. I can’t believe you all…where do you or say…or…? Wow, this machine must have been…thinking about the next day. You’re going…I gotta get that hard drive. I gotta make sure it’s ready. I was there and you said, well, really, the best way not to forget…and said, well, really, the best way is not to forget. The best way is to prepare for travel and to stay calm, and all those things…to be rested, you know?
But those first, you know…I don't know what’s to be…concerned. We need everything covered. How are we going to make sure we don’t forget everything if we go through all this…prepare? You know, boy, maybe we should prepare everything…we’ll double-prepare…triple-prepares. You say, what did you learn? Then the other programs that we weren’t sure, you know…then you tried to get up to sleep and then you are like, what time do I have to get up for the flight? I’m now…why didn’t I booked on…why couldn’t I…can’t sleep on planes when I’m old Scoots now? That is how my brain works. I don't know if you could relate to that, but you go through something similar or totally different.
But as soon as my head hits the pillow, it gets like that, and it can give me more intense…and sometimes it’s not intense at all. Seeing as it’s my area of expertise, I could just come in here and see how this Pegasus works. An alternative to listening to those parts of your brain is that I can come in and distract you from the solemn knees…this intro…and some people fall asleep during the intro. Some people don’t, but there are these soothing tones, ideally. Remember; they go nice in language, but I try to use my language…and language…take my time getting there. An incit to listen…and all the voice in your head…and you could think about…listen to me. But obviously you know this isn’t going to be riveting stuff.
I think there was a soap opera once set in an airport or maybe there should be, or maybe there was a mini-series or something like that. You know this is not even…it’s like so much more of a soap opera, more soap flakes. You say, it even makes…they don’t even make snowflakes…soap flakes anymore. Isn’t it more of a soap grainy? You know, where you go back to the soap clubs…use globules. Well, you know globules tend to stick together. They have these little things you have to power to…as you get your powder, you got…so, there’s another strategy I use called getting distracted or going off topic, but the whole time you could listen to me. I’m gonna be here, maybe, sending my voice across the deep, dark night. My intention to carry you across the threshold from wake to sleep.
That’s a safe place I’m trying to carve out, and another layer of the safe place is you only need to kind of listen to me. You don’t have to totally listen to me. You don’t, you don’t have to give me all your attention, and you don’t care if you give me your whole attention. You just need to give me some of your attention. You know now if you can’t fall asleep, I’ll be here the whole time, or my neighbor will be. Ray will be, kind of…distracting you and me, and therefore…you know, kind of like your companion in the deep, dark night, your friend. You know I’ll be there, and I’ll be there almost like I’m within a comfortable distance of your bedside, telling you a bedtime story just to distract you from your thoughts. So, there’s no pressure to listen. There’s no pressure to your understanding, which is…it…I don't even do it.
I don't even attempt that. You know, maybe it’ll make it sway by tosa some rihos. Don’t know what those words really mean, but it’ll drift in…where you say, I’ll bring my own meaning, right? If there’s also…if you can’t sleep, I’ll be here…kind of entertain you, try to make a funny out…to be detracting myself. Maybe there’s something that I’m sitting…knows…not bad…looking out the window; there’s some planes taking off and there’s planes landing. There’s people walking a little. You know this intro takes a little bit longer, 'cause I pause it when there’s…those beeping carts go by and when really a lot of people go by. Actually, it was to carve out my own auditory safe place here, because I think she’s the only place they could find that was a little bit less busy and they didn’t have CNN ballisting so.
That’s what I do. Here’s your first times…usually…don’t…always record on vacation. It could be fun when I do and it gets me a school…and I said, well, you’ve been Scoots and a little distraction sometimes. So, I’m glad you’re here. I appreciate you stopping by, and I really hope I can help you fall asleep. So, thanks again for stopping by. Okay, let’s get on with the traveling show. Hey, what do you use for transit and trains…traveling shows? Always traveling…because it’s distributed in any way, you know. Baby Joe cashes and buys shoes for all his skills…keep it going. I’m outside the Erie Canal Museum in Syracuse, New York, and I’m looking at a mural of the old Erie Canal. There’s three horses and a man, a barge…across the river or canal is a red barn or warehouse, labeled Flour and Feed Mills.
The man is wearing a white shirt with black-and-brown suspenders. Black belt and black-and-brown…black pants. His mouth is open as if he’s calling to the horses. Not far behind him is a black dog with blue eyes and a large blue building. Erie Canal Supply and General Store. Front are barrel and boxes…tin roof. Six windows, one of those large, barn-style windows. Then a long barge or at least mural-wise…is a barge…long…theirs…a horse in front, looking out. I don't know if they’re transporting horses. There’s a man, and it looks like there’s two wheelhouses there. I don't know much about barge artistry. That’s why I’m here at the Erie Canal Museum. There’s a man in a blue suit…looks official…looking out of one little hut or on the barge, you know.
We will all house…with a stake and a car at a wheelhouse, because back…the back end of the barges is an old man in the sea looking…old man, old man, in the canal…through. He’s at the wheel. The barge, as we say…sky’s blue. Clouds…across a barge after a general store and a yellow building is…beautiful. Trees lining the bank of the canal, the Erie Canal. As we get to the end of the barge, we see lock elos SK canal like…red barn…a steeple of a church…time. It looks to be 11:00 AM. Because the sun’s out, it could be 11:00 PM, but that would be confusing. There’s maybe even a large log cabin there with an A, possibly a bruce…blue spruce, but I don't know much about trees, either. But it looks like there’s an A, decent amount of blue struce…bruce-type trees. There’s a beautiful neros by Kelly Cruises, C-U-R-Y.
Maybe I’ll learn about this today. Good luck, swampy area. On the banks of swampy areas…red lily looking flowers. There’s another mural here on the back of a brick building. So, what do you call it, a cutaway? So, it’s like we’re looking into the building. It’s two storeys. Presumably, it’s the general store…actually there’s a sign; I’ll read it. The second floor looks to be storage…just a man looking out the window with a view, with some bags in an A. Cart to move the bags…there’s a third floor…some couple of people going up the stairs of the third floor. There’s a closet…it looks like under the stairs…there’s two men using a block and tackle to move heavy bags.
On the first floor, it looks like a mural was made by…Corky Goss Geo says in 1989, a moment on the Erie Canal, a man filling the feed bag…looks to be some sort of telegraph, maybe. A few barrels…cobblestone street…out the window. A man in overalls…hash cash…big gash…a red handkerchief in his pocket. He’s at the…I guess like a bar, but it’s where the register is the counter. I think they call those things…the general store. There’s a woman with her back to us in a green dress, red hair, and a ponytail. I don't know what they call them in those days, but she seems to be filling in an order for them. We can see where hands are there below the counter, but there’s bags and pots and pans and rolling pins. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven rolling pins and a black cat scratching itself on a barrel.
There’s a chair next to a wood stove, a heater, and a boy…is a boy eating an apple, looking back at the woman at the counter filling the order. It’s a loud vehicle driving by. Then there’s an open door to the store in a dock, and a beautiful blue water in imaginary Erie Canal, long gone. Because what I see is Erie Canal Street, or Eyore Street, or Erie Boulevard…East Water Street, I think. I’m looking at Erie Boulevard East, but here’s a little bit from the east side, or the mural double-enders…buildings constructed on the banks, because the canal had two distinct sides. One faced the canal, one the street, just to paraphrase it. The street sides…head facades to attract pedestrians, encourage carriages. The canal sides were simpler with an area for loading and unloading cargo and goods.
Ground floor was usually retail…exception was the way like building its canal side…was ornate to attract passing customers and canal boats. Two-storey mural…of this two to three mural…was painted in 1989. All these outdoor signs were made possible with gifts from the Agro Mohawk Power, which my Aunt Helen worked for. Money services from McDonald Foundation and EB…EUBA of the New York State. Right here, there’s a spot of the way…like the building, which was built in 1950…two-way canals…and the judge. Oh, this is the junction of that area in the Oswego Canals. We like building…was originally open like a boathouse. Shano in front of you…so, we have a channel here. A recreation would guide the boat into the whale back chamber.
They have locked the gates at either end…the water be drained through an underground tunnel. The boat would settle into a wooden cradle and get weighed. Each boat had an empty registered weight when it was empty. Then on the way, I did find some maps to find out the way to the cargo. The Syracuse way…building is the only structure of its kind in the world. So, sit on the National Register of Historical Places. Now it’s the home of the Erie Canal Museum since 1962, and I’m looking at the front of the Waylike building. Maybe Wayloch building, I think? Now enclosed in glass…I see recreation of a barge in the locks and a few other things, but do some walking outside.
I’m not sure if I get permission to record the episode inside, but it will be a mellow trip through Syracuse, New York, and an afternoon in Syracuse, New York. I’m here in the Erie Canal Museum in a newer section of the…get the engineering and the building of the canal over time. You should really come here and check it out. It’s a town that was built…the Erie Canal was considered an amazing engineering feat, at 363 miles longer than any other canal in the world. 83 likes at engineer and 18 stoned aqueducts. Even on point, it was called The Stitch. I’m sure we’ll find…we will find out more, but I’m going to Syracuse. In Syracuse, you’re nearby in this beautiful, beautiful museum. There’s so much more, I don't even know where to start. Right now I’m looking at some limestone from 1825.
Hand to…you know what’s beautiful to you…and it’s from the Lower Walk Crescent Aqueduct. You know that the Erie Canal was designed and built and financed by people in New York, looking at what looks to be wood. Could you just see the last Seneca River aqueduct…was a sturdy, one-stone arches…Seneca River Aqueduct. It was also known as the Richmond Aqueduct. It was the second-largest canal system when it was completed in 1859. You can hear the sounds in the museum by me…and with opening a barge canal, many of the guests…I missed the part about the tow canal. There’s a change in here from being towed by horses to being towed by tugboats, larger, heavier barges. Now, here’s a little bit of it from 1918 to ‘59. It’s forty years operation…a barge canal team with traffic.
Boats were filled with, well, cargo…other beautiful factoid…commerce. That was Erie Canal near its peak in 1800. Six million tonnes of freight, so successful. Well, here’s a conundrum; so successful in New York…stopped collecting…help soles in 1883, and here’s the place…assuming where someone made an assumption out of you and me, assuming the use…we continue to grow. Canal supporters sought to enlarge the big ditch once again and to compete with the growing use of railroads amidst considerable controversy with the backing of then Governor Uador Roosevelt…built a bill to build, and it’s hard to say. It was now called the Birge Canal, and I asked…and fifteen years later, the canal system reached 800 miles of waterways. Forty dams, 309 bridges, and 57 locks.
Overt success was short-lived as railways and highways assumed a greater role in freight. You could see here maps…sole…they’re maps of New York where they mapped the canal and the cities that travel through Buffalo, Tonawanda, Lock Port, Dina Alby, and Rochester, Genesee Falls. We could meet up with Genesee Valley in Canal Leons at some point with me. He was a kid…you couldn’t say you get in Seneca Canal, which would go down to Seneca Lake, and you go to the lake. It would have had the through lines of all the winds…vile canal…Seneca River top as…yes, canal into the great lake, if we can…tario…the Oneida Lake, all through Syracuse, New York, off to Rome…meet up with the river canal through Utica.
So, the Shango Canal through Herkimer, in Little Falls, Thanda, in Amsterdam’s connect to Detroit in Albany, where we meet up with the Hudson River…or had no person in the Champlain River, all the way to Lake Champlain. Wow, what an amazing thing to know. There are lots of places…it’s gone now with all these aqueducts, and this is history. I’ve never been to this museum. It’s a little humbling. I can now do these wonderful things. You hear fireworks, presumably to celebrate the opening of the canal…keeping it following the engineers’ plan. Now we’re learning on the job, and basic physics told them they now had to have a certain amount of slope for the water to fall.
Basic physics told them the canal had to have a certain amount of slope for the water to flow; that’s hydraulic capacity, and many personal engineers designing the slope of the canal to be one inch per mile to ensure an adequate flow of water. There’s a little oil and water thing to demonstrate hydraulic capacity. This is really interesting. To keep a canal full of water requires a steady source of water. So, to maintain that water or canal, it was…hard water would leak…go out through the bed and banks and frequent maintenance…and as the industries developed around the canal, cord or water was diverted to water-power mills…factories, and the need for water grew as the canal got heavier and wider.
Here’s an interesting article saying the Niagara Escarpment was the last major challenge seeking the engineers and was how to get the canal to the top of the Niagara Falls Escarpment. The rock ridge that produces in Agra Falls…poor was one of the lowest points on the original side. It was the best location for an order to lift the canal sixty-five blocks required from the top of the escarpment. A three-mile channel was blasted through solid limestone known as the deep cut. Before it was finished, 300,000 cubic yards of rock were moved. There’s drawings and recreations of how they did this as the Erie Canal Museum. Some here in the Waylike section of the building, looking at the barges in blues and whites and pinkish-es, you see a salmon color. Believe it or not, there’s windows. There’s a man looking out a window.
He’s looking right at my waist…and his hand on his knee. I don't know if I could get a better view into this album. Maybe you could be able to go inside and say this part of the museum…we have a recreation of a Manhattan company bank in partnership with Erie Canal, and is a description of phenomenal income that deposited into these banks…are some beautiful models painted by hand by Jim Dixon of a packet boat. Good news; and then of New York State Repair skull…and here we are in the heritage part of the museum where you can hear some of Elizabeth Cotton’s music. Elizabeth Cotton, she became nationally famous for her contributions to America folk music and her style for playing the guitar upside-down and left-handed. She’s a lefty.
She wrote songs like Freight Train Babe, No Lie, and Jumpin’ Jack Elizabeth from Syracuse New York. The pride of Syracuse, New Yorkers, whose played with groups from around the world. I’m having a look here in the office, and he’s going over some of the way logs. He’s got his chest with his clothes from home, a wood stove, and a checker-coal heated coffee. Leisure time was scarce in these buildings because it took fifteen minutes away for a canal boat and our process needed…tenders were the gates. While the way you master…calculated the cargo, Waysuit was a busy job, so we always had coffee on time to play a game of checkers. Then we played…descending the steps, you might even hear my feet as I step down to the Erie Canal Bridge at the end.
I’m sure it’s from the head or the boat coming up the stairs here. Atta boy, fishing off the roof of the canal barks…are some of these steamer trunks, because this doesn’t have a steam, but there’s trunks on the roof. The canal boat barge and a couple hooks…you know, hook stuff. Looks like there’s a rudder here, so maybe I’m in the back of the boat. Yeah. Looked over the side…in the back of the boat was the tiller, the rudder, and now I’m having the honor of walking in down the stairs and inside the kitchen. I guess there’s a wood stove. A table…canal water and whiskey canals are seen in their future in a lot of fiction and non-fiction books. Just taking a peek at the back of the bathrooms here, which went right into the canal.
Which, you know, that’s not surprising at all, this Wayne’s coating, because there’s some beautiful decorations here. One going into kitchen supplies…now I’m heading into I guess the storage section of the canal. A lot of beautiful exhibits here to see which came first. Here’s a question for you; how are…the salt industry other than for more than twenty years before the Erie Canal was constructed, salt was being produced by evaporating brine. The canal’s low-freight fees and enormous shipping capacity caused a boom in the industry. Syracuse, the great salt city; we know it was something. It warms my heart. The canals, the stage for Vaudeville shows, floating museums, missionaries, and circus performers. Wealth generated by the canal financed more refined entertainment as well as intellectual and spiritual pursuits.
Opera houses, theatres, libraries, churches, rebuilt schools, including Syracuse University and the County Historical Society Station, were founded in Syracuse and so held the first state fair in 1840, and still does every August. Here I am in the bunk house. The woman has her eyes closed and seems to be listening to music or relaxing. She get…some knitting in a basket in her lap. There’s three tiny bunks, as you know, and now this collabos…travelled through the night while the passengers slept. Wooden canvas bunks were hung in the evening, and if the night was hot, some passengers would sleep on the floor rather than a stuffy upper-berth. Well, sir, we get into a moustachioed man looking out the window. So, he really looks like one of those performers you see that are doing the robot dance with a whistle.
They give me…he’s not moving. Hopefully he won't know…I’m lucky enough to be standing in front of the canal boat…timed dream. Passengers are free to pass the time as long as they wish, as they stayed on the cruise…way on the deck, they might read, watch the countryside go by, or hop off and stop and walk a few miles, or try their hand at fishing. As a boy, I saw above…does this boy…Donald DO…any present at the museum in 1986? By the way, the guild is commemoration of the children. 1800s…and contributed to the growth of the United States. Then you’ll hear him stepping off this lovely boat. Excuse me, boat, I didn’t catch your name. I’m on the second floor of the museum, here. We’re going to some beautiful, beautiful exhibits. Syracuse Stage, the Guild Theatre.
We’re backstage, and this gift was by the main…by the way, guild composed of volunteers who support the museum through programs and financial support. Syracuse thrived commercially. Its cultural life flourished. Important cargo ship to the Erie Canal was entertainment, as we said earlier. Circuses, your troops, and magicians for Vaudevillians. Cirus was a must-play city anyway, and Charles Dickens of Buffalo Bill Cody, the Wading Opera House, the Bostable Theatre, and many of the large local theatres destined for Broadway were previewed, and those are places that…places like the electrical light and telephone were demonstrated to an excited and interested public. Sounds like a kickstarter…as the Landmark Theatre is still on some wine street.
One of the last great movie palaces was spent…painstakingly restored…it’s guilt…engesso interior. Showcases live performances. There’s also the Mulroy Civic Center, with three theatres and a building with offices and many other things in this exhibit, here. The backstage exhibit from the Masonic Temple on Montgomery Street is also a recreation of the Farmer and Trader’s General Store. If we don’t have it, you don’t need it. Stores were showcases for commodities in places where commerce and transportation would come together. During the 2003, 1800…had a wide variety of goods for road, rail, and canal transportation. Dry goods, medicine, meat, bread, milk, eggs…as Syracuse’s general stores evolved grocery stores and department stores, and household goods and circuses for shopping district.
I grew up in Hanover Square just a few steps away from the Erie Canal, but just taking a walk along the shelves, we see a couple of lanterns. Juncus slumped in stereo…one of those things where you’d look at the pictures…and no clue is pretty accurate…surf to stethoscope. I believe there’s a couple of boxes of soap in jar…cod fish cigars…iron shoe is elastic underwear. Children's shoes, fans, bolts of fabric, spools…this red Jell-O, a creative Jell-O. I didn’t even know they had Jell-O back then. Shep’s coconut…I don't know what that is. It’s used in first class families, according to The Sun. James Bernard Ground Pepper; that’s the best sales soda…and national roasted coffee cake. Half the royal Dutch coffee rose bow coffee…every so young and later be celebrated.
It’s Douglas’ Gloss Starch Mejoris Time Cooking Herbs, orphan tobacco. He strikes Dr. Lenist is air…a powder…high case of spring and mint carbonundrum…a random cutting materials carbonundrum. This is one…that’s one of the best things they were trying to get in. They have it…or carbonundrum. They use cardonundrum’s parker’s charge. I need a box; give me two boxes of that. Higgins’ Zinc Assorted Chalk Crayons. Yeah, you know, sir, and you don’t care…what’s the price of a packer’s Germans? Does it come with a warranty for me? Okay, thank you. Next door is a pottery shop where pottery has been hard at work with some small vases or vases. Oh boy, the tavern is here. Bar…lottos tavern registers. It’s a national cash register. Beautiful registers about purchase. But I can keep moving.
Syracuse Daily Journal’s open at the side of the bar with a fiddle and a painting of a really sailing ship. Let me end our day at the Erie Canal Museum. My day in Syracuse, New York; thank you. I want to say goodnight. This is where my dog is passing a petition by saying ‘your night’ and agree with you in that statement. We should get more broccoli. So, I guess she’s just trying to give you the right amount of broccoli, you know? Go and whatever. Go when you think everyone is saying this. Twitter, joanamali jelly…my…there is…there is Gareth’s journalist and AM Caroline bed kitty in a four-by-four…Amy’s…Patrick, do we use the L to the AM to the C? That’s old, semi-bolted. Has the…married you…Nadine, you see her whole life…thank you, everybody, for signing this. Goodnight, Fairby. Assigned to varicose Stacy.
Go, go…with spread Faraday and really supportive of Coach Brackly…says, Bradford is old, Chris. You see, which is I think you…KT, Kim H. Tiffany pho…active in fern girl…but all the Broadway…world-famous Broadway and Danforth received a better show. There’s a cool YouTube animation of dance show, Kiki Vs. Everyone. Phoenix sunrise…everybody, Jane. Thank you. Koar…really got a bit of overbore…and of course, the lair’s team…the more Brackly…Rico…Caroline with Gavin, and then the lady, which breeds Gerardo. They run a robo corn brewery. Wacko really did good…Lars, Lars the dude, who thinks dogs should get more broccoli. Jayce still said Jennifer…with…see David A. Wow, she was done…while Gina key…all divine and best. We have…where to be like Babs’ arrowed from Mrs. Paw Prints.
Bad cast on one rainy wish…when you’re really going…well disco…as well in school, our old friend Scoturo. It’s me, you know, surely. Divine or Devin…both scientists believe in Mary or Jay Carrie or good old cotex. Kim, see Amanda. We recommended the world-famous Kim C. Lovely. Me and our go get…we all are. For Jack…referable…we are a friend of old…the Tony’s. Vanessa, read the land of rose and IG…may she soar in Casian dystopian to the K. The last two Petra bakery H’s…W…you Homer, Howman, Kelly Ellis, and so on. So, goodnight, everybody, from Scooter and I, and maybe you’ll hear other versions of this. I don't really know. I don't know what he’s got planned, but who knows. Good…thanks, and goodnight, everybody.
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