Welcome to Campfire Classics, a Literary Comedy Podcast!!
Happy American Thanksgiving, if you celebrate that holiday. If you don't, Happy Alien Sex Party Day. If you are unfamiliar with this holiday, that's because I am making it up right now as I write this episode blurb.
Heather is out of quarantine and performing, but she was able to squeeze us in to her busy schedule long enough to select a story for Ken to read. This week's story is the misleadingly titled "The Vegans Were Curious" by possible extra terrestrial Winston K. Marks.
The story is an interstellar romp through human/alien relations, but even that isn't enough to keep our hosts focused for long, as discussion topics cover...well, actually a lot of it is almost on topic. Vegan Thanksgiving recipes, vegan celebrities, and is "going down" vegan?
Our sincere apologies to any vegans we might offend. It was unintentional, and as you'll see, completely unnecessary.
"The Vegans Were Curious" was first published in Imagination in 1954. Extensive research has discovered no evidence that the story is still in copyright. If we are wrong, please let us know so that we can docilely accept our punishments.
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Now sit back, light a fire (or even a candle), grab a drink, and enjoy.