*** This episode was recorded virtually using Zoom while respecting the call for social distancing to combat the coronavirus outbreak. We hope you enjoy the show as a respite from whatever this global health crisis is forcing you to deal with. We will continue to record and publish the show as long as we are able. ***
Jason and Diggs virtually welcome Dana Robertson, “The Dreamer” at Pennant Creatives (normally based at The Candy Factory), to this episode of The Candy Factory 5BY5 Podcast! We chat for five minutes about five random topics that are presented to us by our good friend, Frank (aka Jason’s iPad). We’re constantly adding new topics to the list, if you have any suggestions, let us know! Sometimes serious, sometimes witty, and sometimes even entertaining(!), nobody knows where the conversation will go until it unfolds in the moment.
10,000 Years from Now
Here are some links we thought would be cool to include based on our conversation!
Pennant Creatives helped bring the Lanc.Care vision to life.
Five longest Amtrak routes:
- Texas Eagle (2,728 miles when joined with the Sunset Limited, three times a week)
- California Zephyr (2,438 miles)
- Empire Builder (2,257 miles)
- Southwest Chief (2,256)
- Sunset Limited (1,995 miles)
Neanderthals went extinct 40,000 years ago – so they could not have participated in the vignette that Diggs dreamed up.
Powdered wigs were called that because of the powder used to turn them white, not for hygienic reasons.
The Candy Factory 5BY5 Podcast is produced by Jason Mundok and Robert Diggs at The Candy Factory. Editing and additional production provided by Anna Tran. Music composed and recorded by (a really cool guy named) Jon Chinn (BKLYN). Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have comments, questions, or feedback about the show. We’d love to hear from you!