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#348: This Is An Emergency (@GregStone_)

5 months ago

Greg Stone came over to my apartment to tell me about his time working at an ER. He saw lots of drug addicts and deaths. All pretty interesting stuff. It actually made me consider volunteering at one but then I remembered how lazy I am.

Greg's new album, The Amazing Greg Stone, is out now on iTunes and Spotify. Give it a listen today.

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