LAST MONTH I got to participate in a live storytelling event in San Luis Obispo, called SLOlio. After transcribing the entire story, I realized that trying to read it just wouldn’t do the story justice. It was one of those, “You just had to have been there,” moments. Thankfully, the organizers of the event were kind enough to provide me with a copy of the recording. So for this, and any future SLOlio type events, I think the best thing to do is just have you listen to the podcast episode and hear the story in its original telling. I think you’ll thank me for it.
-Daren M. Stottrup
Sometimes you cross the wrong person and live to regret it. Sometimes that person can be a sibling, and sometimes the repercussions last much longer than you’d expect. But sometimes, it can be funny in retrospect.
Today, I present to you a story I told live at a local storytelling event on the topic of “Crime and Punishment.”
- To learn more about SLOlio and hear more stories from previous events, check them out at: SLOlio.org
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