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YR1642 – There’s Some Hose in this House

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Yeast Radio Episode 1642 Show Notes

Episode Title: There’s Some Hose in this House

Host: Madge Weinstein

Podcast: Yeast Radio

Intro Music: Original Madge rap/house mix

Transcript Highlights:

Madge starts the episode with a humorous and slightly chaotic monologue. Topics include:

CPAP Journey: Madge talks about her experience with sleep apnea, discussing the struggle of using CPAP machines and the various masks she has tried. She shares the frustration of dealing with insurance and the medical system, as well as the physical discomfort and challenges of adjusting to the equipment.

Daily Life Anecdotes: She recounts stories from her day-to-day life, such as dealing with a bird feeder affecting her rosemary planter, the hassle of installing a window air conditioner, and the quirks of her neighbors.

Social Commentary: Madge humorously critiques consumer culture, referencing how Americans constantly buy stuff they don’t need, and the oddity of purchasing a bird feeder for a small apartment.

Podcasting Reflections: Madge reflects on her 20 years of podcasting, the lack of recognition she feels she’s received, and her thoughts on the evolution of podcasting, contrasting it with the mainstream media and high-profile podcasters.

Sleep Apnea Rant: In a candid and detailed segment, Madge delves deep into her sleep apnea diagnosis, the trials of finding a suitable CPAP mask, and the bizarre and uncomfortable aspects of CPAP therapy. She discusses the impact of sleep apnea on her life and the various advice and suggestions she’s received from friends and online communities.

Nostalgic Reminiscences: She mentions past memories of friends with unique names and shares amusing anecdotes about people from her past.

Summary Segment: Madge contemplates her future as a potential sleep apnea influencer and respiratory technician, humorously addressing her long history of unsatisfying careers.

Closing: A recording from two decades ago by guru Robin Whitespear

Listener Notes:

• This episode is filled with Madge’s signature blend of humor, candidness, and social commentary.

• The CPAP journey segment is particularly detailed and relatable for anyone dealing with sleep apnea or interested in understanding the challenges of using a CPAP machine.

• Madge’s reflections on podcasting offer a unique perspective on the industry and its changes over the past two decades.

Subscribe and Follow:

• For more episodes, visit Yeast Radio’s website

• Follow Madge on social media: Twitter, Instagram

Enjoy this episode filled with laughter, insights, and the ever-entertaining musings of Madge Weinstein!

Podcasts Videos

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