RISK! Podcast
  • Episode:#950
  • Date:September 24, 2018
  • Run Time:1:05:09
  • Download: MP3

Stunning

Kent Whipple and Sarah Long Hendershot share about having a stoned encounter with a cop and witnessing a terrible crime.

Song: RISK! Theme by Wormburner and John Sondericker

Song: Street Fighter Mas by Kamasi Washington

Live Story: Furry or Foe by Kent Whipple

Song: What’s New Pussycat by Tom Jones

Radio Story: The Girl on the Hill by Sarah Long Hendershot

Song: Down by the River by The Jane Mutiny

 

 

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3 Comments

  1. It would be useful if you specified what kind of violence is featured in a story in the form of a trigger warning. Simply stating that a story contains violence doesn’t help survivors avoid their triggers. Thank you for your time.

  2. Hey there. Thanks for checking in. There are several lengthy conversations about RISK! and trigger warnings on the LISTEN pages and on RISK!’s Facebook pages and in the hosting segments of certain episodes.

    At this point, there’s so many of them that I don’t know where they all are, but I’ll include a link to the little essay I wrote about it a few years back.

    To make a long story short, my choice is not to spell out in specific details what is about to happen in the next story. But here is more about that:

    https://www.facebook.com/riskshow/posts/hey-folks-this-is-kevin-i-want-to-address-an-issue-we-get-emailed-about-a-few-ti/10153433072242037/

  3. I’m in agreement with the first comment. A warning should be provided describing the type of violence being shared. Let people know if this type of story triggers traumatic memories, they may not want to listen in. Otherwise, I’m a fan of the podcast and appreciate the format.

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