If you’re in the market for an incredibly oversimplified overview of our past love-lives, with all the juicy parts missing – today is your lucky day! Because that’s exactly what’s in store for you.
I figured, it had to be done – we need to give listeners a sense (albeit vague and dissatisfying) of where we’re coming from, in hopes of illustrating how we’ve learned the things we’ve learned. Next week we’ll follow up and share some of those actual learned “things” (if we can think of any).
In the meantime, if you don’t know about show from the 70’s, Free To Be You and Me (which I quote in today’s show) – it’s time we amend that situation. Pronto. With soundtracks like “It’s All Right To Cry,” “the No-Friends Club” and a song about a boy who wants a doll – I don’t know how a person can be properly balanced and politically correct without it.
The quote bears repeating again here (and everywhere)- the final sentences from one of the stories:
“Perhaps they are married. Perhaps they are not. But in any case it is certain, they are both living happily ever after.”