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Episode 36: Tim talks about a dresser he bought and put together from a chic online store, a dresser that turned out to be of abhorrent quality. ~ This episode represents the end of Season 1 for Tim Drugan's Story Time. The show will return after a short break. For updates on its developments and other fun things, subscribe to Tim's email list at t…
 
Episode 35: Tim talks about fixing his out-of-true wheel, or better put, taking his bike into a bike shop to have an expert fix his out-of-true wheel. Was Tim's ego crushed by the attitude of the bike shop owner towards Tim's lack of bike maintenance? Yes, yes it was. ~ For more, visit timdrugan.com.…
 
Episode 34: Tim is under the impression that if he changes his appearance everything in his life will change for the better. What if he grows out his hair? Or grows a mustache? Or wears a hat? No? None of that is helping? But wait, what about if he tries wearing a new shirt? ~ For more, visit timdrugan.com.…
 
Episode 32: Tim and his lovely wife move into his new place, leading Tim to realize just how much stuff he has. So he decides to get rid of even more after his move, mainly old sporting equipment he's too afraid to use lest he destroy his apartment and go to prison for life. ~ For more, visit timdrugan.com.…
 
Episode 31: Tim plays recordings of Best Man and Maid of Honor speeches from weddings he has attended (Tim has attended lots and lots of weddings, for Tim has lots and lots of friends). In playing such recordings, Tim hopes his listeners will gain insight into what works and what doesn't when they are writing their own speeches. ~ For more, visit t…
 
Episode 29: Tim recently read an article and heard an interview about the longest-lived people and their dispositions. Turns out, to live a long time you have to be laid back, you've got to not let anything get to you. Unfortunately for Tim, everything gets to him. ~ For more, visit timdrugan.com.Av Tim Drugan
 
Episode 25: On looking for a new place to live, Tim and his wife face the decision whether to rent or buy a house (or townhome, or apartment, or condo). But it's not really a decision, is it? After all, if you don't have the money to buy a house, you can't buy a house. And if you don't have the emotional maturity to buy a house, you probably should…
 
Episode 24: Tim talks about shopping for a car and making a fool of himself at the car dealership in the finance office. Then, Fredrick gets a rude awakening when he begins shopping for a private jet so people will forget how short he is. ~ So why was he in the market for a private jet? Because it was growing rather tiresome having to tell people t…
 
Episode 23: Tim hears his wife and in-laws singing a number from one of his favorite musicals, My Fair Lady, but the lyrics are changed. In sharing this recording, Tim hopes one of his listeners might be able to enlighten him as to the meaning of the song, as he is simply confounded. ~ For more, visit timdrugan.com.…
 
Episode 21: Tim laments his dear friend Moe, who is compassionate and makes Tim feel appreciated. What an asshole. Then, Jorge wants to learn how to unicycle (the most majestic of all the art forms) but knows that one cannot do anything they are not good at. His ignorant friend Rafael, however, makes the dire mistake of believing one can better the…
 
Episode 20: Tim talks about his disgust with the Harry Potter movie franchise and its insistence on making him feel inadequate. Then, he shares a recreation of a conversation he heard many years ago while hiding behind a curtain in Hollywood. It was a conversation between the higher ups of the Harry Potter movie franchise before they began filming …
 
Episode 19: Tim talks about his time running food in Boston and describes the thickening of his accent to ingratiate himself with the locals. ~ The building housing the restaurant I worked at was previously a saddle and bridle store, they also sold other leather goods having to do with horses, whatever other leather goods there are to do with horse…
 
Episode 18: Tim unveils his new conversational tactics: Contribution Sharing and Mansplaining. Then, Jeff takes it upon himself to educate an educated dinner party on their own professions. ~ The rocket scientist who was seated across the table from Jeff leaned forward. “Are you a food critic?” she asked. “Is that why you introduced the meal as wel…
 
Episode 17: Tim talks about his dear friend Ross, a man who frequents the park where Tim walks his charming, leash-aggressive pup Winifred. Ross (Tim's delightful friend) holds an affinity for calling Tim a faggot. And then, to turn the tables (as a table turner) on the history of Pray the Gay Away camps and humanity's storied history of homophobia…
 
Episode 16: Tim takes a break from fiction to give the listener a window into his past success as a runner. Tim's sister does not hold a candle to Tim's prowess as an athlete, nor do Tim's parents. The jealousy Tim has to deal with from his family members on a day-to-day basis is a burden that Tim bears with great aplomb. ~ Middle school and early …
 
Episode 15: Tim talks about his addiction to technology and his problems as a gullible man. His fears were only heightened after watching The Social Dilemma on Netflix, starring Tristan Harris and the Center for Humane Technology. The article Tim referenced regarding mental downtime can be read at https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/mental-d…
 
Episode 14: A man named Rufus catches onto a psychopath's hints of atrocities and acts in a heroic manner. The story is preceded by a verbal book report that Tim gives without the listener's consent. It is Tim's podcast and he shall do as he pleases, including record boring episodes that few will enjoy. Tim got the idea for this story after reading…
 
Episode 13: Richard does not understand the difference between spy movies and the work done at real intelligence agencies. The idea for this story came from watching the movie Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, a 2011 film starring Gary Oldman, Colin Firth, Benedict Cumberbatch, Tom Hardy, and others (of course). In watching said film, and comparing its ac…
 
Episode 12: In this special, seasonal episode, Tim offers his own version of a Christmas Classic, a new rendition of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas, also known as A Visit from St. Nicholas. The original version was written by Clement Clarke Moore. This version, the better version, was written by Tim Drugan. Here's wishing you the happiest of holi…
 
Episode 11: After making use of the lessons available in the Waking Up and Headspace Meditation apps, Tim feels ready (certainly more ready than Sam Harris or Andy Puddicombe) to lead his listeners in a calming, grounding, and panic attack inducing meditation. Then, Cody, a man with a terrible singing voice and too much confidence, has an altercati…
 
Episode 10: Four men are stuck at sea, dying of thirst and dehydration after a whale attacked their ship. About to kill one of their shipmates to eat him, they are interrupted. Tim got the idea for this story from the book In the Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex by Nathaniel Philbrick: a book that documents the true events that …
 
Episode 9: A man has an interview, while a voice in his head is hell-bent on getting him into a sales role so she can put her tactics to use. Tim got the idea for this story from his job search during quarantine, with his lovely wife ever coaching him to answer questions better in interviews than he normally would. ~ The voice in his head, Madeline…
 
Episode 8: Tim talks about his father's enthusiasm for sharing a malady with Tim's dog, Winifred. For even when death is the likely outcome, it's nice to have company on the way. ~ “That’s what I have!” my dad said. “Pulmonary hypertension? Exactly. Exactly. The right side of my heart is also enlarged. They put Winnie on a beta blocker? That’s what…
 
Episode 7: A man on vacation with his friends is wary of their desire for sexual spontaneity. They would like to engage in mid life spouse swap, a vacation spouse swap, supposedly only for a night, but is that ever how it goes? Answer: No. Once one has a taste for polygamy, it is difficult to retrain one's buds, tastebuds that is. Tim got the idea …
 
Episode 6: An old man standing at the altar can't remember the name of his soon-to-be wife. A classic tale of a second marriage taking place in a retirement community, rife with unhappy children worried about their inheritance and old friends who have excessive amounts of hair growing out of their ears. ~ At this wedding it wasn’t his in-laws he ha…
 
Episode 5: Tim's dog, Winifred, provides a rough schedule of her daily activities after Tim fails to prepare a show. Are we ever not amazed by what goes on inside our pets' heads? Tim is certainly always amazed. What a gift it is that Winifred opened up to give us all a first-hand look into what dogs think. Because with the testimony from one dog, …
 
Episode 4: Tim shares a short story about a complaining llama, Doug, who hates the town waterslide. It seems that Doug hasn't read up much on enmeshment and narcissistic personality disorder. Dougie Downer, that's what he is. A Dougie Downer. (That's a very sophisticated play on the common term Debbie Downer.) ~ Doug did, however, miss being the ma…
 
Addiction is a horrible, painful situation for both the addict and their loved ones. Find out why addicts lie and how to talk to an addict. People typically start using substances because of losses. When someone they love dies or leaves them they obviously get very upset and turn to anything that will make them numb. All they want to do is numb the…
 
Episode 3: Tim puts his old bed on the free section of Craigslist to avoid giving it to raccoons or taking it to an Eco Cycle, also known as a "Special Waste Place." In doing so, he meets a man with an interesting definition of "a truck." ~ If it came down to it, I could’ve just left the bed out on the curb by the trash. Hopefully the trash folks w…
 
Episode 2: Tim reads a rejected Shouts and Murmurs story (rejected by the failing New Yorker magazine) about a fellow emailing his doctor regarding his pancreatic cancer treatment options. He isn't sure he wants treatment at all, but that decision is contingent on a few pieces of information. ~ I do hope that your offer to email with any questions …
 
Episode 1: Tim reads a rejected Modern Love piece (rejected by the stupid and dumb and wrong New York Times) about navigating his nightly bathroom visits in his new marriage. ~ “Just sit down to pee,” my wife said. “Then you won’t have to turn on the light and wake me up. Problem solved.” Problem not solved. My new wife could not understand the hea…
 
One Persons Addiction Destroys an Entire Family. Everyone is affected by the addict who is stealing and lying to the people they love the most in life. Please don't let it continue but also don't keep doing the things that haven't worked, it's not your job to be a drug expert, it's your job to be a parent or a friend or a spouse. Are you losing a l…
 
At this time where the opioid addiction is at epidemic proportions the FDA approved a drug that is 1000 stronger than morphine!! The FDA actually gets paid a million dollars per drug by the pharmaceuticals to fast track their drug and get it on the market ASAP - not to test it for safety but to get it being sold. Well at least we now know who the F…
 
Marijuana started at 3% THC (THC is the active ingredient that makes people high) Now a day the THC content is up to 98%. Countries in Europe have classified marijuana a hard drug at the level of 16% THC. What young kids are using here is stronger than the classification for heroin.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/drugaid/support…
 
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