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In today’s episode, we find out who you guys like more: Alison, the gentle voice of reason and kindness, or Scott… you know… Scott. Also, we talk about the exciting world of children’s pop music; the scary world of Breitbart and e-commerce; why you should never have to put quotes around the term “all-natural”; and the coke experiment you didn’t know you were part of. All this and possibly other things!

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    • [00:00:00.00]Emma Sponsorship Mention
    • [00:00:31.14]Sidebar: It’s About Coffee
    • [00:01:18.10]Paying Through the Nose and Happy
    • [00:02:43.23]Sound Tech Stories
    • [00:08:10.00]Emma Sponsorship Mention
    • [00:08:57.11]Who Won the Contest?
    • [00:09:35.28]Speaking of Scary: KidzBop
    • [00:14:09.08]Shopify, Breitbart, and Morals
    • [00:23:53.02]Emma Sponsorship Mention
    • [00:24:51.20]”All-Natural”
    • [00:28:37.12]An Experiment You Didn’t Even Know You Were a Part Of
    • [00:30:54.17]Made-Up Word of the Week: Chizza
    • [00:33:24.17]Listener Question: What Are Good Questions to Ask a Speaker When Assessing Keynote Options?

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Emma, Official Sponsor of the UnPodcast

In this episode, Scott and Alison dispel the Stratten myth while celebrating Alison’s birthday. Also on this episode: The importance of competent disinterest; the Greatest Shopping Carts ever; the question of Ghost Restaurants; the resurgence of cassette tapes; video game home based business… sort of; the best garbagemen story you’ll ever hear; made-up words and listener questions. All this and absolutely, positively nothing more probably.

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Other topics include:

  • [00:00:00.00]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:00:32.18]The Stratten Myth
  • [00:01:00.09]AllisonWantsPresents.Com
  • [00:01:42.12]Episode Overview
  • [00:02:09.02]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:03:12.21]Competent Disinterest
  • [00:06:37.18]Two Kinds of Shopping Carts
  • [00:08:45.06]A Sports Authority Policy
  • [00:09:22.21]Three-Step Process to Selling
  • [00:10:53.12]Ghost Restaurants
  • [00:17:27.15]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:18:08.01]The Latest Rage in the Music Industry: Cassette Tapes
  • [00:25:56.28]A Professional Call of Duty Team
  • [00:30:27.22]Emma Sponsorship Mention
  • [00:30:36.17]Corn from Cobb
  • [00:31:59.13]Garbagemen and Kids
  • [00:35:52.12]Made-Up Word: “Gymtimidation” and “Swolemate”
  • [00:37:22.12]Listener Question: Quick tips for getting the most benefit from a conference

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