Hello and welcome to episode thirty-one of Prose.
This week take a second look at the fall of Troy, come to a conclusion about why you workout, and have battery life change your life.
This week, Prose is coming to you from Ireland, so the posting isn’t actually live. As I said last week, my apologies if anything goes wonky with the pre-scheduled, away-from-home base release. In that vein, just as a general FYI, prosepodcast.com seems to be having some major issues. I pray you’ll have patience if you use the site often. And, by all means, if there are any Wordpress gurus out there listening, shoot me a message firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Since, I’m off vacationing with my mother I thought we’d keep this intro super short. I hope that’s okay! So, without any further ado, let’s get to the stories, shall we?
This week, we have “Two Sides to Every Tale: The Fall of Troy” (the second in my “Two Sides to Every Tale” series), “Narcissus, or Ad Mortem”, and “3%.”