April 20, 2020

EP. 212 — EMT In The Epicenter

The emergency calls are at an all time high but she says “the darkness makes the light seem brighter”. Geth helps lighten the mood by talking about the haunted spots in her Long Island hometown and they bond over their shared psych med prescriptions.


[00:00:05] CHRIS: Hello to all my smooth welders. It’s Beautiful Anonymous. One hour. One phone call. No names, no holds barred.   [00:00:18] THEME MUSIC: I’d rather go one-on-one. I think it’ll be more fun and I’ll get to know you and you’ll get to know me.   [00:00:28] CHRIS: [music transition] Hello, everybody. Chris Gethard here as always, hoping that anyone listening to this is safe, healthy, taking care of the people you love. All those good things very sincerely mean it. Thank you for checking in with Beautiful Anonymous. I really hope this show provides you the ability just to hear someone else for an hour. You know, all of us feel cooped up. You don’t get to hear from people. I really hope we’ve been providing that service for you. I mean it. I really mean it. A lot of the calls we’re prioritizing right now I will tell you, are let’s get stuff that’s not related to the crisis, the quarantine, the COVID. Give people

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