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#27: Muscle Thrasher

In June 2013, your host and friends independently piloted a podcast idea called "Like Like." The concept involved setting up blind dates and recording them with wireless microphones. While we never completed a full episode of the show (it turns out blind dates are full of awkward small talk), we've always wondered what became of our eligible bachelors and bachelorettes.

In this episode, hear about the dating life of Robynn Europe. What's it like to date while looking so outwardly strong?

Panoply Pilot Project:
You heard a taste of a brand new podcast Panoply is piloting as a part of the Panoply Pilot Project. Here's where you can listen to our friend Sam Dingman's first episode of Family Ghosts in its entirety. If you like what you hear and wish there were more episodes, let us know! Subscribe, and vote over at panoply.fm/panoplypilots

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