To celebrate the podcast’s third anniversary (how did that happen?) we open up the listener mailbag and field your questions and comments. Is it time to take more subversive action in the fight for safe streets? With all the evidence on our side, why does it sometimes feel like cities keep having the same arguments over parking spaces? Why don’t strollers get more respect as transportation? Is it ok to drive an SUV while wearing a War on Cars T-shirt? Plus: The marketing push for the 2022 Chevy Inundator begins today.
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This episode was recorded by Josh Wilcox at the Brooklyn Podcasting Studio and edited by Matt Cutler. Our theme music is by Nathaniel Goodyear. Additional music by Michael Hearst. Manly voiceover on the fake Chevy Inundator ad by Curtis Fox. Fake ad music, “The End of a Decade” by Of Water, courtesy of Epidemic Sound. Our logo is by Dani Finkel of Crucial D.
Great episode! How can we get a copy/link to the awesome Chevy Inundator ad. Or maybe just send it to Will Arnett, please!
Excellent discussions about your mailbag!
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