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So I hope it changes yours, because from what I can make out, the one you seem to have currently, sounds pretty bad. This week on Wiretap, a holiday spectacular from our archives. Joseph divulges the frustrations of having your wife cheat on you with God and the anxieties of raising a holy baby. Plus, Heather ONeill reads her story The Gospel According to Mary of Cartier Elementary. Tune in to WireTap Saturday at 3:30 pm or Thursday at 11:30 pm on CBC Radio One. You can also subscribe to the free WireTap podcast or download this weeks episode in iTunes, available as of Saturday.
And in the spirit of the holidays, WireTap regular and agent to the star Gregor Ehrlich has wattches agreed to help solve your problems. Find us on facebook, where you can pose your querries and seek Gregors advice. And from all of us here at WireTap, Happy Holidays. Bitten by the holiday spirit bug, WireTap regular Gregor Ehrlich has generously agreed to help solve your problems, and you sent them in by the dozens.
Heres the first batch of his thoughtful replies: Dear Gregor: I keep buying weird things after I have had a glass or two of wine. Last night it was a giant plush snowman and multigrain ranch Pringles which were, frankly, disgusting. Please help. Signed, Danielle Lemon Dear Lemon: Wine is for amateurs. Stick to my signature holiday cocktail of Tang and Everclear. Way more efficient, packed with Vitamin C, and pretty much shuts you down from buying anything after two glasses. Dear Gregor: My family thinks Im strange because I listen to the CBC grads though we live in Alabama.
Please help. Signed, Fred. bewildering and frightening, so my first thought would be that if you like the CBC, you probably dont belong in Alabama. Whats not clear to begin with.