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The Sweet Tea Shakespeare Hours Cocktail Hours | We Like Our Puns

Our Cocktail Hours segment is hosted by Sweet Tea Artistic Director,  Jeremy Fiebig, Assistant Artistic Director, Claire F. Martin, and Company Member, Jessie Wise. Find out what this super cool new podcast segment is about, what our hosts are up to, and what comes next at Sweet Tea Shakespeare – also, puns!

Patreon members get exclusive access to the official Cocktail Hours live stream, where patrons get to choose the content and interact with the hosts. Join us there at patreon.com/sweetteashakes. We are a 501(c)3 charitable organization.

Contact us at hours@sweetteashakespeare.com 

The show is produced by Claire Martin and Jeremy Fiebig.

Our General Manager is Ashanti Bennett. Jen Pommerenke and Julie Schaefer also assisted with this episode.

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This project is supported by the Arts Council in part by contributions from businesses and individuals, and through grants from  the City of Fayetteville, Cumberland County and the North Carolina Arts  Council, a division of the Department of Natural & Cultural  Resources

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Hello. Welcome to the Sweet Tea Shakespeare Cocktail. Our where we offer you sparkling conversation, a little bit of booze and a sneak peek behind the scenes enjoy.

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Everything’s great. How are you? Sure.

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You know, everything’s great. Apparently.

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Hello everyone. We should probably tell everyone what, what Cocktail Hours is because perhaps by the time they hear this, there won’t be a whole audience that doesn’t know what it is or why we do it. And we should probably like introduce each other. I think that’s good. Cause like these, like, even though we do the live feed on the Patreon, these episodes will start making their way onto the Uber feed. And so we might want to just tell people what that’s about.

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I don’t know.

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Yeah. All right. I don’t get on here and go. Where are these people talking?

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Who would, who would like to start?

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I vote Jessie because she has a chip in our hand and it feels mean, okay, well I am Jessie with a chip in our hand and yeah, a theater historian slash critic on this side. That’s my actual degree, but not getting paid for it. So through this year for fun. Yeah. Cause she’s there.

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We do love the critics around here in Sweet Tea Shakespeare everyone is one

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And she’s also been a heck of a stage manager. I grew up, I dabble in a couple of different things.

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A dabbler I’ll a good theatre. People are dabblers

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And I’m a doggy mama is my dog stares at me. Cause thinks it’s time for him to eat too. Sorry. Our goal is to get your time. Your host. Yup. He’s got an hour. He doesn’t eat til six,

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So I will I’ll go next I’m Jeremy Mmm. Hello? Mmm. What am I? I teach full time at Fayetteville state university. I’m a professor of theater there and I started this little Company Sweet Tea Shakespeare in 2012 and here we are, years later, I’m still doing it. So that’s exciting.

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This is exciting.

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Yeah. What about you? Claire

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I probably should have gone the second because I don’t know how I’m supposed to follow up. I started a theater company that is still running. I work for the theater company, so I’m very grateful that it exists. I’m the Assistant Artistic, Director a Shakespeare restoration drama or classical texts. Literary adaptation. Ah, I’m a director in a dramaturg and an actor and a playwright and a, and then sometimes I’m just like a human being too.

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That’s me. That’s also, I should explain to them. I should also explain the coast thing. I, I was hired by this wonderful company. Sweet Tea Shakespeare fried is coronavirus was breaking out and I was based in Portland, Oregon, where my parents live working on a show and I was supposed to move to Raleigh in like April of 2020, which of course didn’t happen and still has good to happen because of the health risk. So I am on the West coast. I have three hours behind these champs, which makes Cocktail.

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Our very funny because while these, to our sort of it’s socially acceptable for them to drink alcohol at 5:00 PM, it is somewhat less acceptable for me to do it at two o’clock in the afternoon. So I’m, I get a lot of flat for my non alcoholic beverages, like Gatorade, which I inevitably ended up drinking during these sessions.

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I find that if I’m drinking at five o’clock, I we’ll make it to maybe seven 30 before I have to go to bed. So usually my cocktail is caffeinated. Yeah. So I’m a Cocktail Hours what is it?

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How long was it? Shakespeare not, but not really. It’s all like a, it’s almost like a radio. It’s like a radio Our like, it’s like, it’s like we have our own little radio station where we just chat about things that intersect with Shakespeare or not, or are not over drinks. Yeah.

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Sometimes, sometimes we talk about Claire and her future exposure, North Carolina, and that’s pretty fun. I’ve got to say,

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I have notes. I have notes for that today also.

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Yeah. And for those of you who may be catching a cocktail hour for the first time should know that We stream live onto Our Patrion page for our, all our lovely Patri and patrons, patrons, a lot people on the Patriots and they can, and they, they could, Join joined the circus and they can join us on screen where you can answer questions that they have. They help us pick the topics.

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And then later on, thanks to the magic of a one Ashanti, Bennett a fiscal thing. Now it’s going to end up on our podcast feed along with other things we do, which include a show called after hours that I run with my grad friend, Rob Gibbs, which is the intersections of pop culture, politics, Shakespeare food. In some other stuff, we sorta, we hit hit a lot.

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He, interestingly, he, he like shared today. He’s he’s a, he’s got to deal to develop a Robocop series, which I’m very excited about what we’ll be talking about that soon. Robo Shakespeare maybe, I don’t know what come up with something. And we have Claire hosts lunch hours to interviews with industry professionals and the Shakespeare theater world. And we also have just the Hours, which are like everything else we do.

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We do concerts. We do audio dramas. That will be forthcoming soon where you readings and anything else. So it’s like variety, infinite variety, as they say. And because we’re Sweet Tea Shakespeare it’s infinite variety.

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Yes, she did their good job. I like that. I’m going to use that

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If not the punchiest punter that ever there was.

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So we can say our, our Hours concerts are a variety show,

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A variety shows.

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That’s it. I ended up on our tee shirts. Now

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Our tee shirts.

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You see what I did there? Yeah.

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That’s great.

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Why haven’t we been using that is marketing. That’s a critical,

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I think we did for awhile. It might say t-shirts Tea shirts on are shopping or somewhere. I don’t know.

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They don’t take this away from me. This is possibly the cleverest thing I’ve ever said.

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I know it’s yours. I will. We could trademark that. Claire Martin on the website. I think that’s fine.

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Yeah, I know. I think I know how to edit that off. Go in and find it inside. The copyright stands for a dozen Sanford copyright. It stands for Claire everywhere. You see a little, see it’s Claire but yet be a patriarch or a patron or whatever you want to call it because then you can see me eat chips. And occasionally you see my dog and Jeremy is Doug and the backgrounds of where I’m at today.

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My daughter is here. My daughter is here of Sandy, Sandy land. She said she is sitting back behind me, right there. Taking a nap.

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You blurred your screen where you can’t see her. They can’t see Artistic.

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So there you go. Oh, want to blur in case you need to see the dog over my shoulder,

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At least for a second.

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I don’t know if I know how to do this at all. I like just press a button.

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And you spent so much issues kind of effects back there.

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Yeah. Yeah.

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Hooray. So we did that. Everybody knows what the Sweet Tea Shakespeare Hours are now everyone is on board. You’re a part of the party we’d love to hear from you. Anytime. Our our email address. Our electronic mail address is hours@sweetteashakespeare.com. This is a message. And we will, we don’t get lots of messages. We want lots of messages. And so we would love to hear from you. And perhaps we’ll include you in the show

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That’s Hours within each.

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And so the age, but is also a pun. It’s also a poet.

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It’s both

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And spelling. Why is this is with an H, but like ours Hours email.

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The email is Hours. Yes. Oh fun. I just can’t tell Desi is so bad. I just spent all weekend. So it’s my brother in law who is very embracing very much embracing new fatherhood with a dad jokes. So, Oh, what is it? Yeah. He’s he’s growing into it immediately. You yeah, because it’s child like that child.

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She is going to have lots of fun. Lots of fun. What’s a room and drinking. I don’t Claire you had to a yellow Gatorade, yellow as lemon. I don’t know. It is. Sometimes they have Like excellent. In line in the line. Katie is a classic

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And I’m just drinking cold Starbucks coffee, intentionally cold. Like I got it yesterday. I didn’t drink at all. So I’m, I’m drinking. It is just a dark roast with, with two extra shots, some heavy frame, some almond milk. It’s a good, it’s doing the trick. I have to stay up for another, like three hours, including after this, I’m teaching a theater history class. And so I have to, I have to like keep myself alert for the zoom or the zoom life.

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And

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Where are you? Is that what you still hyperdeck or are you all zoomed now?

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We’re still, we’re still, I like that word hybrid, Eric. We are that to our, but as it happened, most of my courses are online friendly. And so that has, it is what we do a big Chuck of the time I teach hybrid classes. In fact, I had one class. That was my only, well, not my only, but, but the primary class with the most students in it that was meeting face to face. I got the word a late last week that were all online for the rest of the semester in that class.

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So here I am And I was very, I was very dumb and I scheduled all my classes on Mondays and Wednesdays. So it’s like,

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Oh, you’re tired. I’m in Presto.

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Yeah. I mean, it’s not that many. It’s just, they’re all on Mondays and Wednesday.

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Yeah. That’s a lot of prep.

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Yeah. The nice thing about having, having now taught for 13 years is that that the prep is mostly over, but the The that I have, I do have a couple of newer courses that I haven’t taught before that are in the cycle. So it is a little bit of a slog, but I’m doing okay. Doing okay. And the great thing is, cause we started Like in August, like third or something I’m halfway done.

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I’m almost half way done.

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Ooh. Yeah, that’s right.

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Thanksgiving. And I don’t have to go back to work until February.

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I want that. Yeah. Although if the world is still shut down, there may not be that much that you actually can do. Yeah.

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And so I, I personally have adopted the theory that although things will be better Like from March of 20, 21 onward, they will not be normal, not until March of 2022.

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Yep. That’s about what I’m picking to use.

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That’s that’s where I think, I do think we’re going to see like more outdoor events and things like that when it’s warm, wherever you are starting in the spring. But I just think it’s going to take awhile and you know, it’s vaccines, but it’s also lots of other things psychologies and, and all of that. So yeah. It’s going to be, it’s going to be a minute.

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Oh yeah.

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And I’m cool with that. I’ll teach all day.

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Yeah. I’m a little bit more in denial. I think I rationally do that, but I does Tami for being peeved about it. No, I’m with you there. I think I candled things really well into Like this last book and I’ve been like, Our just what normal City. I want to be able to write things with a pen in my planner for a while ago. Sweet people, well, you, this though, this will not fix the This will not fix the, you know, it forced hibernation that we’ve all been living in for so many months, but Jessie girl, I have so many projects coming up.

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If you want to work on anything. Artistic and I was really excited today, right. In like the Hours concert rehearsal schedule and to write in where I’m helping you SM about the country life. And I’m like, yeah, yea, that’s a thing. Yeah.

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We’re, we’re, we’re, we’re a little insane in a good way is, you know, Like we had half our season in our, in person season wiped out and which is like, I don’t know, eight different productions of a sort. Some of them are lighter. There was a lot of things, but I would say like eight, eight distinct sort of spots. I mean, it might’ve been a run, you know what I mean? Or something, but yeah. Or it might’ve been a, one of our, our trunk Shakespeare series, like one-offs but, well, I think we wiped out about eight, eight or nine are and things, and we replaced it with approximately 39 to 64 digital things

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Done and they are going to be,

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I haven’t no, I think it’s great. I have no Like there are no complaints coming in from me. I just, that’s just what we did. Like we like, we like people. And so we created a lot of events where we can see them and that’s good. At least.

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The, I don’t know. I think what I’m most excited about, or at least this is what’s been the most exciting to me in the last like half month or so has been the I’m finally starting to meet some artists from the triangle. Because when I moved to North Carolina, I will be moving to Raleigh a Jessie Jeremy who are based in Fayetteville, which is where most Sweet Tea stuff happens most banal, but we will be developing a kind of a branch of the Company is sort of extends it to Raleigh.

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And that is the city where I will be based a and I will be doing projects there with artists that are in that area, a, of the Durham chapel Hill, Raleigh triangle. And I’m finally starting to like meet two people that live there. And that’s a very comforting, because I don’t relish the idea of being alone in a city where I know literally no one and no one knows me at the state I’ve never been to. And so the fact that I starting to put numbers at Like people’s phone numbers at my phone, that I know that I could just text sometimes and be like, Hey, lets get a beer.

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So I’m not totally by myself. I dunno. There’s something very comforting about that. So I have enjoyed the fact that modern technology allows me to make connections with people I’m in a place that I haven’t moved yet. Cause I think that makes the move less scary. Yeah. Yeah. It’s awesome. How long have you been in Fayetteville Desi? Oh, I agree. I’m born and raised. Yeah. I’ve been here forever. Well, that’s not from a brief Exodus.

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00:19:35
Is that a word X and X? The disease. It’s a disease decide. I dunno. It’s a bad brief times at other parts of the state and a couple of years of New York or are you going to school? I, I did my undergrad. It is Carolina, which is in Greenville, North Carolina. And then my master’s is up in Brooklyn, Brooklyn college. Yeah. Love it. So that time and is the food, is that with that?

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I don’t know. How was that going from Fayetteville to New York city? Did I embraced it? I loved being able to walk or take public transit everywhere. That was like a huge thing. Like just all the diversity or, and access to the arts, which is really, really awesome. A hundred percent introvert. It’s a good time in my apartment as well, because I was working on a master’s program where it was good.

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I liked it. <inaudible> a Jewish family. That was fun, but I’m just gonna be recipes. New cooking says a lot. It yeah. Yeah. New York. I Like, I like cities. I really started out in small towns. I don’t think I would. I don’t think I would have the same. I don’t think I haven’t seen for, to, to do is you of going from like one, a one size of the spectrum to the other and like embracing it because whenever I’m a small town with them on K one, two, I get to leak out.

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I’m actually from like outside of Fayetteville, which is that even Tea like I really, really tiny town, like one stoplight, all you got, there is a gas station, a couple auto shops, a thrift store in a couple of churches, like literally that is a town by the plus side, all my family’s here so that that’s got it going for it. Nope. I did Portland and Seattle then in London and the New York.

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00:21:46
I love Portland for a while, but never, never, never. I’ve never, I’ve never stayed at this all the time, longer than a week. Probably.

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And I, I moved from a small town, a bright before I came to Fayetteville actually I lived in North central, Iowa. I told you about this. Oh my gosh. The town had a 4,500 people built the tallest building in town. So the tallest building in town was a grain elevator. And the second tallest building in town was a grain elevator.

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That’s my,

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And I think the, I think, think this is true. The third call, this building was probably a water tower and the fourth and fifth tallest buildings were probably other grain elevators. And what it was known for is being in the world headquarters of Winnebago, actually a big Winnebago plant there. And they have this thing. I can’t remember what is called. It had some name, some weird name, but every summer they have a festival for Winnebagos where all of the retirees in America, everywhere, like all of them, like at least, at least tens of thousands of them show up in their Winnebagos for like concerts, from people who were popular like 40 years ago.

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And, and this town is tiny and they did have, they have restaurants that opened just for the festival and they are close to the rest of the year. They had a, and w root beer restaurant. I dunno, this whole burgers and stuff. And it was open for, for like four weeks in the summer and then is shut down. And it was it, they did it all their business. Then they were gone now to be fair, like they sell ice cream and stuff. And like in, in that part of Iowa, it was like, I don’t know, 15 degrees from like October 1st to May 1st,

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00:23:48
But is never to call her ice cream. That’s the best time to eat it.

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I will say once we had a flash blizzard, as in no one predicted it, it was not on the radar. Nobody thought it was going to happen. I went to the nearest, larger city City town, Mason city. Cause I was we’re building a set. I went to Lowe’s and got some lumber and stuff and I was driving back and there was a flash blizzard, like in the 30 miles I drove back like six feet or six inches of snowfall. And the temperature dropped to like negative five. I was, it just smacked me in the face.

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00:24:23
It was not, it was not a way to live. And there was no way to live there.

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No, I’m not a snow person. I’m not a cold person. Claire I guess this is a good time for a Sedgwick. We have an educated Claire on what it is. One of the snows here have We. Oh, we haven’t. That’s a good one.

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00:24:42
And so if it’s not as three flakes, you will be shut down for two days.

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00:24:46
Yes, yes. People do not know how to drive. And the snow, there are some counties that have zero snow machines or, you know, one snowmobile Like that’s it. Oh, Oh. And you have to make sure that at first sound of snow, you get your milk, bread and eggs immediately

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00:25:10
Will be wiped out. You will not be able to get milk, bread or eggs anywhere. This is not a joke. If there is a whiff of it, the milk red and eggs will be gone and this place will shut down. I mean, they will close school for days.

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00:25:28
It’s like a zombie apocalypse Like shelves. You know how the toilet paper was swiped out where your COBIT hit. That is what the bridge aisle looks like when there was no a chance of snow coming in. Okay. Is it like this in Raleigh? Yeah. Yeah. Everywhere. It’s a state wide and people drive like the absolute, absolute idiots and the snow absolute. It is like, they’ve never spoke.

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00:25:59
I mean, the thing is we don’t have, we don’t have a, we don’t have snowplows here. I mean, we, there are some like the state has some and bigger municipalities do, but like there’s not like a fleet of them, you know?

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00:26:13
Yeah. Well, and I, and I learned working in school too. Like when I did my a one year in school, that the biggest reason why Like all those schools shut down is we have those lower temperatures. And there’s a lot of rural areas as well. So anytime like the rural kids waiting for their school bus, they don’t want them to freeze to death. So

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00:26:34
This is the death could very well be 33 degrees, which is really cool.

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00:26:39
Anytime it’s under 80 degrees, I’m freezing to death. So it doesn’t take much. Okay. No offense so much. You look like you had very little body fats, part of it, part of it. But yes. And I can’t put it on either. So the thing, sorry, if that hurts someone’s feelings. I tried believe me. That was another thing about living in New York because I was walking everywhere. I had to start drinking like those ensure drinks because I was losing all my body fat.

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00:27:12
Even though I was still eating, I eat a lot. I didn’t really well at New York, but there was not enough. Yeah, mom, can’t for fall off. You just have one of those metabolisms. One day it’ll stop. And I’ll be really sad. One day the party will be over. Yeah. It had seven in one song, some time or another true. Like my husband’s party got over this week. That’s I’m drinking sweet tea, by the way, I’d finished the last of the jug of Sweet Tea I had a lady on a refrigerator because my husband saving my husband actually, because he can no longer have it because he just got diagnosed with kidney stones and ah, is making a, quite a lot.

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00:28:00
And then in a whole adventure in itself. But I’m getting rid of the temptation in the fridge.

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00:28:07
That’s good. Do the good thing you did. Good.

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00:28:10
Yeah. I think that is making a little less of that.

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00:28:15
All right. Friends where we’ve reached are appointed at a time. We’ll be back again. Soon.

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00:28:21
We will do that.

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00:28:23
They have lots of things to talk about. We actually do like normally have like a topic, but today. No, that was not. No, we did not. We just right. Some days. Yes. Other days. No. If you’d like to give us a topic Hours with an h@sweetteashakespeare.com. It’s the essence. Some teas and some EAs.

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00:28:48
They can’t get the rest. I hope so. I just Google it the list.

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00:28:54
It’s amazing to me, the number of people who add an extra Tea or who take a Tea away. Sweet Tea Shakespeare it’s just, it’s just the words just smushed together. That’s it? There’s nothing special about it.

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00:29:08
Yeah. Just spell it. Hopefully you can spell Shakespeare if not Google at first, then put it in there. I mean, no judgment though, because even Shakespeare couldn’t just spell his own name. So you’re in good company. That’s true. I’m on Like call number 17 from Like grasping medical companies that want me to do insurance with them. Now that I’m turning 26 and

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00:29:36
Service I’ve often thought about providing. Cause I would be great at it, which is like, no, no, no. You just hand me your phone. Look at anything weird. Just hand me your phone and I will answer the call for you. And I think I could, I could like actually provide a service and would make some serious money at it.

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00:29:54
They call it a personal assistant.

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00:29:56
Yeah. But, but with an edge, if you know what I mean? Yeah. Some SAS handle it.

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00:30:04
I like the idea of you being the person that I hand my phone to that throws it in a Lake so that it’s not my fault that I lost it.

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00:30:10
What else? I could absolutely do that. But that is, that is something I can do.

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00:30:16
I used to know somebody who literally, when she wanted a new phone, which is like throw it across the room. She was in middle school, but like, she would just Chuck it and I’m like, wow, that must be nice. My mom would be like, sorry. Now you have no phone. Yeah. Or here’s a really dumb track phone. And you can only call me parenting lessons from Jessie who only has dog children and chickens and chickens. Yes. But I don’t claim them as much. That’s Joel got a cut by the chicken the other day.

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00:30:53
He got all kinds of beat up. The rooster is not in good standing right now.

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00:31:01
Yeah. That is animal fights with, with, with your pulse, right?

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00:31:05
Fair enough. Yes. We can talk about the poultry sun next week.

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00:31:08
We’ll have a poultry day. We’ll have a poultry theme day.

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00:31:11
Oh s**t. Same day. Yeah. Is there a whole story? We can Find Oh,

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00:31:14
We’ll call it chicken out. That’ll be our title for it.

1

00:31:17
Sticking out.

0

00:31:20
We can do some interviews.

1

00:31:21
What’s up to convert. W who would we interview? I can bring, they bring the mic out there. Yeah. They’re quite loud.

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00:31:34
And it’ll sound like we have a live audience.

1

00:31:37
Hey, the chickens are alive. So they’d take the plea. County I don’t know if my internet will reach that far.

0

00:31:45
I wonder, I wonder if you perform Shakespeare in restoration players for the chickens. If the eggs change

1

00:31:55
It’s okay. If nothing else I know Jessie will listen to the restoration plays. She’ll be, she’ll be like what guarantee? Chicken squash.

0

00:32:08
Great. I think be great.

1

00:32:10
I’m writing copy for all of the, all the audio dramas are right now. Like I’m trying to get them all inserted into our master listing and I’m having way too much fun. Right? In this description. It is a really fun, there are. So there is so much fun because every single plot sounds ridiculous. It’s just, there’s so much fun to write.

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00:32:29
And we’ll talk more about that and about our barnyard Bard in the next installment of Cocktail Hours until that time for doing this.

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00:32:40
Thank you. Have a wonderful week. Goodbye.

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00:32:50
You’ve been listening to the Sweet Tea Shakespeare Cocktail Hours thanks for joining us. And for being a patron of Sweet Tea Shakespeare

1

00:32:57
What’s next time.

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