Babies: we were all once one of those once. Nobody holds it against you today, but when you were a baby, way back when, you in your very own baby way, ate the dreams of your parents. That’s just what babies do. It’s not their fault, but it’s true. Super true.
Join STAB! man, John Ross as he welcomes Nick Brunner, Becky Lynn and Jesse Jones, all babies once, to share their thoughts on subjects like Cuban trade embargos, John Lithgow, Peter Bone, the first US Mail Truck, the World’s Largest Gold Nugget, Steve McPeak, three different THOTs, explanations of Trick or Treating to a shanty town child, spontaneous human combustion to a class of forensic science majors and birth control to a 38 year old father of three host of STAB!, the results of fights between Public Radio Listeners v. Juggalos, Sheep Shearers v. Competitive Eaters & Rock v. Paper v. Scissors, and a bevvy of haiku on Hindu Ceremony stampedings.
We all have dreams, not all of us have babies, but know that when you were a baby, you ate your parents dreams. So, you know, why not buy them something nice to say sorry for preventing them from being or doing whatever they wanted to before they had to feed their dreams to you.