barklife episode 5 notes: year in review

jahnna and josh are back to give you a year-end wrap-up. sort of. we sort of ramble, as always, as the words escaping our mouths struggle to keep up with our brains. in episode 5, we find some things that didn’t suck about 2021, as well as desires for 2022 (but not goals, because we don’t do new year’s resolutions). and this episode has been optimized for podcast listening, in terms of loudness, according to Apple. sorry if the previous episodes have been too loud.

as ever, our theme music is Bark-a-Tron 5000 by Bad Ronald.

some media referenced in this episode:

episode 4 notes–> return of the monomyth

in episode 4 our protagonists talk smack on a rather obscure text called The Return of the King, and also The Hobbit. and except for josh struggling to form cohesive sentences, you’ll also hear about:

episode 3 notes–>a lifetime of conversation, or: the listening hole

hey! this episode is somewhat belated. it’s the holiday season, and josh was out of town for a week in december, so things got weird. the editing may be a little slapdash, sorry and/or get over it. here’s some of the things we reference this week:

episode 2 notes–> the longest, slowest restoration

good news, everyone! the audio quality of episode two is markedly better than in episode one! i’m (josh) learning great stuff about audio editing! no weird gaps! background noise removed!
bad news, everyone! we were both tired and unprepared when recording this episode, so … it’s maybe boring? some of last week’s topics get a rehash. but hey, that’s life, and we have a through-line now, i suppose.

topics this week included:

theme music is Bark-a-tron 5000 by Bad Ronald thanks to creative commons license CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 US