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Best podcasts about hythloday

Latest podcast episodes about hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast
We Beat Cal/In Defense of Brown

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 90:33


Adam, Aaron and Hythloday chat about last week's win over Cal, then pick apart the PAC. Check out our website for more Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastAnd our Youtube Channel!

Quack 12 Podcast
Golden Bear Showdown w/ Rob Hwang

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 92:59


We review the BYE week and preview the upcoming Oregon-Cal game with Rob Hwang and Hythloday!Check out our website for more Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastAnd our Youtube Channel!

Quack 12 Podcast
Stanford Preview with Jibriel Taha

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 30:59


Jibriel Taha of The Stanford Daily joins the podcast with Hythloday of Addicted to Quack to preview the Stanford Cardinal.Check out our website for more Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastAnd our Youtube Channel!

Quack 12 Podcast
16-Game Losing Streak for the Wildcats

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 64:44


Adam and Aaron discuss that ugly beatdown of Arizona, then Hythloday joins the pod to express concerns over a Thibodeaux-less future.Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastAnd our Youtube Channel!

Quack 12 Podcast
Stony Brook? More like Salty Brook!

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 75:28


Adam and Aaron break down the Stony Brook beatdown with Hythloday (@hythloday1) of Addicted to Quack. Then the boys pick apart the PAC and put some real money down on their bets. Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastAnd our Youtube Channel!

Quack 12 Podcast
We Beat the Buckeyes! w/ Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 106:00


Holy Duck! We Beat the Buckeyes! Come relive and rejoice!Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastAnd our Youtube Channel!

Quack 12 Podcast
Ohio State Roster Review w/ Chip Minnich & Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 69:10


Chip Minnich (@ChipMinnich) of Buckeyescoop.com and the Buckeyscoop podcast joins Hythloday to preview the BIGGEST GAME IN THE WORLD!Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastAnd our Youtube Channel!

Quack 12 Podcast
Fresno State Recap

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 97:11


Adam, Aaron and Hythloday break down a crazy week one in college football, Oregon's too-close-for-comfort game, and Aaron's freakish ability to make PAC-12 picks. Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastAnd our Youtube Channel!

Silver Bullets Podcast
Minnesota Rewind, B1G Results & Oregon Preview

Silver Bullets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 106:10


Michael Citro and Chip Minnich break down the key plays and drives in Ohio State's 45-31 win at Minnesota to open the 2021 Big Ten season, with analysis of the defense, freshman quarterback CJ Stroud, the Buckeyes' stable of running backs, and more. Plus, a preview of the Oregon game with Hythloday from the Addicted to Quack blog and a trip around the Big Ten scoreboard.

Beware of Bulldogs Podcast
Get to Know Oregon Football with Hythloday from Quack 12

Beware of Bulldogs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 31:22


Michael and Caleb want to know what the RedWave should expect in this Saturday's game against the Oregon Ducks so they called on the all knowing Hythloday from Quack 12 podcast.

Quack 12 Podcast
GAME WEEK!!! With Caleb Nale and Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 89:49


Caleb Nale of @bewareCSUF once again joins the podcast to preview Fresno State! HOLY DUCK! IT'S ALMOST GAME DAY!Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastAnd our Youtube Channel!

Quack 12 Podcast
Ohio State Preview with Nathan Baird

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 57:23


Nathan Baird (@nwbaird) of the Buckeye Talk Podcast joins the podcast to chat Ohio State football with Hythloday and Adam!Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastAnd our Youtube Channel!

Quack 12 Podcast
Oregon Offense Review with Hythloday (2021)

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 97:54


Hythloday joins the podcast for part two of our Oregon football roster review! All about the offense.Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastAnd our Youtube Channel!

Quack 12 Podcast
Duck Defense Review with Hythloday (2021)

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 77:37


Hythloday joins the podcast for part one of our Oregon football roster review! All about the defense.Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastAnd our Youtube Channel!

Quack 12 Podcast
USC Roster Review with Alicia de Artola (2021)

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 140:47


Alicia de Artola of Reign of Troy once again joins the podcast to chat USC football with Hythloday and Adam on our final roster review!Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastAnd our Youtube Channel!

Quack 12 Podcast
UCLA Roster Review with David Woods (2021)

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2021 117:53


David Woods of the Podcast of Champions joins the Quack 12 to chat UCLA football with Adam and Hythloday!Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastAnd our Youtube Channel!

Quack 12 Podcast
Washington State Roster Review with Jeff Nusser (2021)

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 87:32


Jeff Nusser of Coug Center joins the Quack 12 Podcast to chat Wazzu football with Hythloday. Our most recent edition of the PAC-12 Roster Review.Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastAnd our Youtube Channel!

Quack 12 Podcast
Utah Roster Review with Utah Man Podcast

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 81:47


We’ve got a full house today! Utah Man (Cameron Livingston and Scott Omer) join the podcast to chat Utah football with Hythloday in part 3 of our PAC-12 Roster Review. Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastAnd our Youtube Channel!

Quack 12 Podcast
ASU Roster Review with Hod Rabino (2021)

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 110:03


Hod Rabino of Devil’s Digest and Hythloday of Addicted to Quack join the pod to cover the ASU roster. Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastAnd our Youtube Channel!

Quack 12 Podcast
Cal Roster Review with Rob Hwang (2021)

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 86:20


Hythloday of Addicted to Quack and Rob Hwang of Write 4 California join the pod to kick of our 12-part look through the PAC-12! Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastAnd our Youtube Channel!

Quack 12 Podcast
Spring Camp Battles with Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2021


Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastAnd our Youtube Channel!

Podcast of Champions - Pac-12 Football Podcast
Asinus ad lyram plus is Jayden Daniels the top returning Pac-12 QB?

Podcast of Champions - Pac-12 Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2021 63:05


This week Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods didn't know what the theme of the episode should be, so they went back to the subject line of Hythloday's email from last week, 'Asinus ad lyram.' What does it mean? It really doesn't matter, right? It just sounded cool so that is the direction the guys went this week. As far as Pac-12 football topics go, the guys get into the new naming rights deal for Washington State's football field, Alabama inside linebacker Brandon Kaho transferring to UCLA, USC quarterback Matt Fink hanging up his cleats, more offensive attrition for the Washington Huskies and if Jayden Daniels is the top returning quarterback in the conference. And as always they spend time answering every single question listeners manage to send in! Please subscribe, give the POC a five-star rating and post a review on Apple Podcasts! Sound off about Pac-12 football in our Podcast of Champions Reddit page! Send us a text or leave us a voicemail by texting or calling (424) 532-0678 or you can email us at pac12podcast@gmail.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Quack 12 Podcast
Oregon (and Cal) got a new DC! with Rob Hwang & Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2021 78:42


Welp, looks like we've got ourselves a good ol' fashion coach swap!Rob Hwang (rob11hwang) of the Golden Bear Cast joins us and Hythloday (@hythloday1) to chat about our former and new coaches.Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastGo to http://manscaped.com/ and get 20% off + free shipping with the code: QUACK12 #manscapedpod

Quack 12 Podcast
Fiesta Bowl Breakdown with Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2021 59:32


Hythloday joins the pod to chat about that terrible Fiesta Bowl performance from the Oregon Ducks. Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcast

Quack 12 Podcast
Iowa State Preview with Jay Jordan of Cyclone Fanatic

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2021 84:47


Iowa State and Oregon face off for the first time in webfoot history. Jay Jordan of Cyclone Fanatic joins the pod to chat with Adam and Hythloday.Check out our patreon for Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcastCheck out our patreon for the next four eps of Duck D&D, which also hosts hours of Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcast

Quack 12 Podcast
Back-to-Back Leaders of the PAC with Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2020 88:32


After a little basketball talk, Hythloday joins the podcast to break down the PAC-12 Championship game - you know, the one in which we crushed the playoff dreams of a South Division team - no, not Utah, USC!Check out our patreon for the next four eps of Duck D&D, which also hosts hours of Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcast

Quack 12 Podcast
Back-to-Back Leaders of the PAC with Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2020 88:32


After a little basketball talk, Hythloday joins the podcast to break down the PAC-12 Championship game - you know, the one in which we crushed the playoff dreams of a South Division team - no, not Utah, USC!Check out our patreon for the next four eps of Duck D&D, which also hosts hours of Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcast

Quack 12 Podcast
PAC-12 Championship Game?

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2020 88:32


Adam and Aaron chat about the Early Signing Period, Men’s and Women’s Oregon Basketball, and the PAC-12 Championship game.Hythloday (@hythloday1) joins the pod to chat USC..Check out our patreon for the next four eps of Duck D&D, which also hosts hours of Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcast

Quack 12 Podcast
Washington Preview (for next season) w/ Gabey Lucas & Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2020 98:43


Welp, turns out we're not playing this season, but at least we'll have chatted with our dear friend Gabey Lucas (@gabeynotgabby) before next season's game to give us the dirt on UW! Also, Hyth, Gabey, Adam and Aaron make their PAC-12 picks. Check out our patreon for the next four eps of Duck D&D, which also hosts hours of Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts! Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcast

Quack 12 Podcast
OSU Review/CAL Preview with Rob Hwang & Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2020 126:00


Rob Hwang (@rob11hwang) of the California Golden Bear Podcast joins the podcast to preview Cal and lament over our losses to bitter rivals. Also, Women’s Basketball rules!Check out our patreon for the next four eps of Duck D&D, which also hosts hours of Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts! Follow us on twitter! @quack12podcast

Quack 12 Podcast
UCLA Review/OSU Preview with Travis Johannes & Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2020 127:46


Travis Johannes (@Travis_Johannes) of Building the Dam and Hythloday (@hythloday1) of ATQ join the pod to chat about last week’s PAC-12 action and the upcoming game between the Ducks and the Beavers. Check out our patreon for the next four eps of Duck D&D, which also hosts hours of Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!

Quack 12 Podcast
Wazzu Review/UCLA Preview with David Woods & Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2020 114:29


We were lucky enough to have both David Woods (@daviddavidwoods) of the Podcast of Champions and Hythloday (@hythloday1) of Addicted to Quack on the show! We breakdown last week’s win against Wazzu and preview the upcoming game against UCLA.Check out our patreon for the next four eps of Duck D&D, which also hosts hours of Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!

Quack 12 Podcast
Stanford Recap/Wazzu Review with Jeff Nusser & Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2020 101:17


We are joined by Jeff Nusser of Cougar Center and Hythloday of Addicted to Quack to review Oregon's week one victory over Stanford and preview Oregon's next opponent - Washington State.Check out our patreon for the next four eps of Duck D&D, which also hosts hours of Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!

12 Pac Radio Podcast
Utah and Oregon Football Previews

12 Pac Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2020 91:40


12 Pac Radio provides full roster breakdowns of Utah and Oregon Addicted to Quack's Hythloday and Sharp College Football's Rob Bowron.  12 Pac Radio is brought to you by Nextiva. Get business phone service, video conferencing, team chat, call reporting, and more all for a fraction of what you pay for those services separately. Make great calls every day. Visit nextiva.com/12pac to get started. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Quack 12 Podcast
Quacking The Roster w/ Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2020 85:13


Our dear friend Hythloday (@hythloday1) joins us on the pod to break down the new additions to the Oregon starting lineup and make outlandish predictions for the season. Check out our patreon for the next four eps of Duck D&D, which also hosts hours of Duck-related content. Please, give us a five-star rating and review on apple podcasts!

12 Pac Radio Podcast
Washington, USC, and Washington State Football Previews

12 Pac Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2020 109:22


12 Pac Radio provide full roster breakdowns of Washington, USC, and Washington State with Addicted to Quack's Hythloday and Sharp College Football's Rob Bowron.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

12 Pac Radio Podcast
Stanford and Cal Football Preview

12 Pac Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2020 87:52


Sharp College Football's Rob Bowron, Addicted to Quack's Hythloday, and 12 Pac Radio's Bryant Conger preview the Stanford and Cal Football programs headed into 2020.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

12 Pac Radio Podcast
Arizona State, Oregon State, & Arizona Football Previews

12 Pac Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2020 93:52


12 Pac Radio previews the Arizona State, Oregon State, and Arizona Football programs with Addicted to Quack's Hythloday as we head into the 2020 Pac-12 Football season.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

12 Pac Radio Podcast
Colorado and UCLA preview with Hythloday

12 Pac Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2020 83:42


Football film reviewer Hythloday from Addicted to Quack joins the podcast to preview Colorado and UCLA as we head into the 2020 Pac-12 Football season.  Here are Hythlodays' three, extensive previews of Colorado and UCLA that we referenced: addictedtoquack.com/2019/10/11/20908928/duck-tape-film-analysis-of-colorado… https://addictedtoquack.com/2020/6/19/21296358/duck-dive-colorado-football-2020-preview…  https://addictedtoquack.com/2020/8/4/21350549/duck-dive-ucla-football-2020-preview Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Quack 12 Podcast
Oregon Roster Review w/ Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2020


No football in 2020 for the Ducks, but now it the perfect time for a roll call! We break down the Oregon Football team with the most knowledgeable Duck writer in the biz - Hythloday!If you'd like to support us, please check out our Patreon, which has hours of Duck-related content, and/or give us a rating and review on apple podcasts!

Quack 12 Podcast
Utah Preview w/ Scott Omer of Utah Man

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2020 93:21


Scott of the Utah Man Podcast joins Hythloday and Adam on their final PAC-12 preview of the recently-elongated offseason to break down the Utah football roster.

Quack 12 Podcast
Washington Preview w/ Gabey Lucas

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2020 112:40


Well, well, well, our old friend Gabey Lucas (@Gabeynotgabby) of the Dawg Pound once again joins us to chat about the Washington Huskies. As always, Hythloday and Aaron put together a thorough PAC-12 opponent roster break down.If you'd like to support us, please check out our Patreon, which has hours of Duck-related content, and/or give us a rating and review on apple podcasts!

Quack 12 Podcast
Arizona State Preview w/ Hod Rabino

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2020 88:37


The Quack 12 Podcast once again invited Hod Rabino of the Devil's Digest to break down the Arizona State roster with the help of our friend Hythloday!

Quack 12 Podcast
USC Preview w/ Alicia De Artola & Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2020 100:01


Wow! We've got Alicia De Artola and Hythloday on the pod today! Hope you're ready for a deep dive into the USC roster!@PenguinOfTroy @hythloday1

Quack 12 Podcast
Stanford Preview W/ Jack Blanchat & Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2020 83:53


Jack Blanchat (@jackblanchat) joins Hythloday and the Quack 12 Podcast to break down the Stanford roster before a potential 2020 season.

Quack 12 Podcast
California Preview w/ Rob Hwang & Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2020 89:30


Hythloday and Adam were joined by Rob Hwang to chat all about the dark horse PAC-12 North champions, the Cal Golden Bears.

Quack 12 Podcast
Colorado Preview w/ Jack Barsch & Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2020 107:02


We talked with Jack Barsch (@JackBarsch) of the Ralphie Report and Hythloday (@hythloday1) of Addicted to Quack all about the Colorado Buffalo football team.

Utopia by Sir Thomas More
01 – Discourses of Raphael Hythloday, Part 1

Utopia by Sir Thomas More

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2020 26:54


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02 – Discourses of Raphael Hythloday, Part 2

Utopia by Sir Thomas More

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2020 28:13


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03 – Discourses of Raphael Hythloday, Part 3

Utopia by Sir Thomas More

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2020 19:45


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12 Pac Radio Podcast
Oregon St, Stanford, & Cal Win Totals

12 Pac Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2020 88:05


Hythloday joins 12 Pac Radio to talk Oregon State's possible decline, Stanford's low expectations, and Cal's baffling coaching decisions as we breakdown each team's season win total. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

12 Pac Radio Podcast
Pac-12 North Season Win Totals Pt. 1

12 Pac Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2020 66:43


Addicted to Quack and Quack 12's Hythloday joins 12 Pac Radio to talk the Vegas/Atlantic City season win totals for Oregon, Washington, and Washington State. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

12 Pac Radio Podcast
Hythloday on the Pac-12 and Offensive Line Play

12 Pac Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2020 94:24


Hythloday joins 12 Pac Radio to talk about the upcoming Pac-12 Football season, why offensive line play limits most conference teams, and to breakdown each program's offensive line headed into the season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Quack 12 Podcast
Oregon @ Stanford - Football in 60 w/ Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2020 76:50


Our good friend Hythloday joins us once again to chat about Duck football! You can sync this episode up with your copy of the episode of Football in 60!

Quack 12 Podcast
Oregon @ USC - Football in 60

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2020 75:56


Hythloday, Adam and Aaron do a live commentary on the PAC-12's coverage of the 2019 USC-Oregon game. If you are able to watch the PAC-12 Network on your TV, then you should be able to sync up our audio and our episode!!

Quack 12 Podcast
Joe Moorhead Preview with Noah Mashburn and Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2020 63:08


The Quack 12 has a great episode for you eager Duck football fans! Hythloday and Adam interviewed the world famous Noah Mashburn of For Whom the Cowbell Tolls to get the skinny on new offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead.

12 Pac Radio Podcast
Addicted to Quack's Hythloday talks Oregon, Pac-12, & Rolovich

12 Pac Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2020 87:49


Hythloday from Addicted to Quack joins 12 Pac Radio to review Oregon Football's excellent season, Joe Moorhead, Oregon in 2020, Pac-12 Football, and Nick Rolovich. Follow Hythloday on Twitter: @Hythloday1 and check out his excellent work at AddictedtoQuack.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Quack 12 Podcast
Season Review with Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2020 77:12


Our old friend Hythloday stops by to chat about the Rose Bowl and the Oregon Ducks' 2019 football season. Also basketball and Baby Yoda!

Quack 12 Podcast
RE-CAST: ONE LAST GAME FOR HERBERT (Fixed Audio)

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2020 57:57


Hythloday is back on the pod to chat football. USC and Wazzu already fell in their bowl games, and who the Hell cares about Lossington. The Rose Bowl is just around the corner and Justin Herbert has an opportunity to become a legend at Oregon!

12 Pac Radio Podcast
Rose, Holiday, & Sun Bowls + Recruiting

12 Pac Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2019 74:33


12 Pac Radio previews the Rose, Holiday, and Sun Bows plus breakdown Pac-12 recruiting, coaching changes, and more. Here is Hythloday's excellent breakdown of Wisconsin. Great stuff. https://www.addictedtoquack.com/2019/12/31/21043070/duck-tape-film-analysis-of-wisconsin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Quack 12 Podcast
Rose Bowl Preview with Asher Low

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2019 42:47


Hythloday and Adam chat with special guest Asher Low (@alow_33) of the Locked on Badgers podcast. He really knows his stuff! A must listen ahead of the big game!

Addicted to Quack: for Oregon Ducks fans
Quackback Block Show 12-17-19

Addicted to Quack: for Oregon Ducks fans

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2019 77:31


Tom Gillies hosts Hythloday (who fills in for an ill Joseph Yun) to discuss the upcoming Pac12 bowls and the CFP. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Quack 12 Podcast
THE OREGON DUCKS ARE PAC-12 CHAMPIONS!

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2019 111:39


Hythloday join Adam and Aaron for a complete review of the 2019 PAC-12 Championship game where the Ducks destroyed the Utah Utes. Warning: This is not a good ep for Utah fans.

Quack 12 Podcast
Civil War preview with Joe Londergan

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2019 46:02


Joe Londergan of Building the Dam join Adam and Hythloday in a Civil War preview.

Quack 12 Podcast
Arizona State Preview with Hod Rabino

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2019 51:22


Adam and Hythloday sat down with Hod Rabino of Devil's Digest to chat Arizona State football before the Ducks and Devils duke it out.

Addicted to Quack: for Oregon Ducks fans
Quackback Block Show 11-12-19

Addicted to Quack: for Oregon Ducks fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2019 128:07


Hythloday fills in for a sick Tom. He and Joseph Yun discuss the USC game, last weeks NCAA Football action, and discuss other happenings around the league. BONUS Arden Cravalho comes on to discuss Ducks Basketball!!! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Quack 12 Podcast
Arizona Preview with Bryant Conger

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2019 66:47


Hythloday and Adam were lucky enough to chat with Bryant Conger of 12 PAC Radio in our deep dive of the Arizona Wildcats! Is Khalil the real deal?

Quack 12 Podcast
USC Preview with Alicia De Artola

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2019 73:35


We are thrilled to chat with Alicie De Artola (@PenguinOfTroy) of Reign of Troy in our USC preview. Hythloday asks about the Trojan roster and Adam sits back and collects all that sweet, sweet podcast money.

Quack 12 Podcast
Hate Week Preview with Gabey Lucas and Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2019


What an episode! We preview the Washington-Oregon match-up with Gabey Lucas (@GabeynotGabby) and Hythloday (@hythloday1) in this extra long, extra special episode of the Quack 12 Podcast!

Quack 12 Podcast
Colorado Preview with Jack Barsch

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2019


Hythloday and Adam were lucky enough to talk with Jack Barsch of the Ralphie Report. Can the Buffs continue the PAC-12's run of embarrassing itself? We'll find out.

Quack 12 Podcast
Golden Bears Preview with Rob Hwang

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2019 59:33


Rob Hwang (@rob11hwang) of Golden Blogs and The Bearcast was kind enough to sit down and chat with Hythloday and Adam before the big Oregon-Cal game!

Quack 12 Podcast
Breaking Down Oregon's Defense with Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2019 84:43


Since there's no Oregon game to review this week we decided to invite our old friend Hythloday to break down Avalos' new and improved Duck defense. Be sure to check out his film review on Addicted to Quack!

12 Pac Radio Podcast
Bonus Director's Cut: ASU & USC w/ Hythloday

12 Pac Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2019 50:39


Addicted to Quack's Hythloday is one of the sharpest minds covering Pac-12 Football. 12 Pac Radio had an excellent, in-depth conversation with him about the conference before the season started. We have been nurturing this conversation like a Bonsai Tree for centuries.  Now, after the early returns, from the non-conference schedule, we're releasing these episodes covering two teams at a time with a Directors Cut at the end from Bryant and Rob outlining what we got right, what we got wrong, and highlighting different aspects of each program.  We wanted to try something different and hope you like it.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

12 Pac Radio Podcast
Oregon vs. Auburn Preview with Hythloday

12 Pac Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2019 39:27


Hythloday from Addicted to Quack joins the podcast to talk Oregon vs. Auburn and to preview a series of Pac-12 breakdowns with Rob and Bryant.  You can find all of Hythloday's written Auburn personnel breakdown here:https://www.addictedtoquack.com/2019/8/28/20835944/observations-questions-auburn-personnel-breakdown And his excellent film breakdown here:https://www.addictedtoquack.com/2019/8/30/20839977/duck-tape-film-analysis-of-auburn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Quack 12 Podcast
Auburn Preview with AU Wishbone

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2019 63:52


Hythloday and I are joined by Van Allen Plexico and John Ringer of the Auburn podcast AU Wishbone. We break down their roster and talk some honest to God football. Great stuff from these guys. Be sure to check out the pod real soon and check out their patreon.

Locked On Auburn -  Daily Podcast On Auburn Tigers Football & Basketball
Locked On Auburn - August 28th - Addicted To Quack

Locked On Auburn - Daily Podcast On Auburn Tigers Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2019 30:46


On today's edition of the Locked On Auburn Podcast, Zac Blackerby and Michael Pappas chat with Oregon writer Hythloday from SB Nation's Addicted To Quack website.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Quack 12 Podcast
*Bonus Episode* Washington Preview with Gabey Lucas of Dawg Pound

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2019 115:16


The dream team unites! Hythloday, Adam Chimeo, Aaron Schroeder and special guest Gabey Lucas of the Dawg Pound unite to talk Northwest football! We gloat about beating the dirty dawgs last year, and Gabey tells us how much she hates us.Part 10 of an 11 (or is it twelve?)part series covering the PAC-12@Gabeynotgabby@hythloday1@quack12podcast@UWonSBN

Quack 12 Podcast
*Bonus Episode* Washington State Preview with Jeff Nusser of Coug Center

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2019 81:25


Jeff Nusser of Coug Center (@CougCenter) joins Hythloday and Adam to discuss Washington State football and why they enjoy embarrassing the Ducks on a regular basis.Part 10 of an 11-part series.

Quack 12 Podcast
*Bonus Episode* Colorado Preview with Jack Barsch of the Ralphie Report

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2019 111:26


Jack Barsch of the Ralphie Report join Hythloday and Adam to discuss Colorado football. Could the Buff-men shock the South in Mel Tucker's first season as head coach? Probably not.Part 9 of a 12-part series.

Quack 12 Podcast
*Bonus Episode* ASU Preview with Hod Rabino of Devils' Digest

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2019 95:53


Hod Rabino of Devils’ Digest join Hythloday and Adam to discuss Arizona State football. Should the Quack 12 remain firm for Herm?Part 8 of a 12-part series.

Quack 12 Podcast
*Bonus Episode* Stanford Preview with Jack Blanchat of Rule of Tree

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2019 74:52


Hythloday and Adam sit down with Jack Blanchat of Rule of Tree to talk about a potentially grim season for Stanford. Part 7 of a 12-part series exploring the PAC-12.Thanks to Jack Blanchat, managing editor of Rule of Tree, really interesting stuff on coaching, recruiting, media, and the state of the Cardinal. You can follow him on twitter @jackblanchat.

Quack 12 Podcast
*Bonus Episode* Cal Preview with Rob Hwang of California Golden Blog

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2019 82:57


Hythloday and Adam sit down with Rob Hwang of Golden Blogs to confess their secret desire to be Cal fans.Part 6 of a 12-part series exploring the PAC-12.

Quack 12 Podcast
A Visit From Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2019 102:02


Listeners, you’re in for a treat today! For we have Hythloday making a regular but welcome appearance on the Quack 12 Podcast. We discuss his 12-part interview series studying the PAC-12.We talk Arizona, UCLA, USC, Oregon State, and Utah. Then we wrap it up with a discussion on the 1959 Webfoot football season.Available on basically every podcast app.ATTENTION ATQers: Gabey Lucas could not be on the show this evening due to the incompetence of the host, but rest assured, your hate filled washington Qs have been filed away for out future convo with Gabey!

Quack 12 Podcast
*Bonus Episode* Oregon State preview with Joe Londergan of Building the Dam

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2019 53:49


Hythloday and Adam sit down with Joe Londergan of Building the Dam to lament about Beaver Football in this week's special episode!Part 5 of a 12 part series.

Quack 12 Podcast
*Bonus Episode* Utah preview with Cameron Livingston of Utah Man Podcast

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2019 53:44


Hythloday and Adam sit down with Cameron Livingston of Utah Man Podcast fame to talk everything Utah Football in this week's special episode!Part 4 of a 12 part series.

Quack 12 Podcast
*Bonus Episode* UCLA Preview with Nathan Eberhardt of Go Joe Bruin

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2019 49:45


Hythloday and Adam sit down with Nathan Eberhardt of GoJoeBruin,com to talk everything UCLA Football in this week's special episode! Part 3 of a 12 part series.

Quack 12 Podcast
*Bonus Episode* USC Preview with Alicia De Artola

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2019 79:36


Hythloday and Adam sit down with Alicia de Artola of Reign of Troy to talk everything USC Football in this week's special episode!

Quack 12 Podcast
*Bonus Episode* Arizona Preview with Wildcat Radio

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2019 63:00


Hythloday and Adam sit down with Bryant Conger of Wildcat Radio to talk everything Wildcat Football in this week's special episode!

Quack 12 Podcast
A New Hire and Who Do We Fire? W/ Hythloday!

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2019 91:59


Oregon hires a new DC and our good friend Hythloday defends our OC. Also, we break down Duck basketball, softball, and baseball, then wrap it all up with some 1945 Webfoot Football!

Quack 12 Podcast
Civil War Blues with Special Guest Hythloday

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2019 76:51


The Women’s Basketball team splits the Civil War and suddenly looks vulnerable without Ruthy Hebard. Men’s Basketball looks vulnerable against damn near everybody. The Softball team looks much better than expected... when Dail is pitching. And the baseball team looks really good, and then bad. and then just okay.Then we don’t talk about 1944 webfoot football.AVAILABLE ON ALL PODCAST APPS!

Quack 12 Podcast
Redbox Preview with Hythloday!

Quack 12 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2018


Oregon Women's Basketball is beginning to take its final form as Men's Basketball is beginning to fall apart.But none of that matters, because Justin Herbert is staying! The Ducks can croot! And we're gonna win a Natty next year!But first we have to play Sparty...Half way through we interview Hythloday! You won't want to miss it!

GlitterShip
Episode #58: "The City of Kites and Crows" by Megan Arkenberg

GlitterShip

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2018 26:30


In the City of Kites and Crows By Megan Arkenberg   1. When you breathe deeply, really push the air from your lungs and let the cold valley wind fill you again, you can smell the city’s ghosts. They smell like burning. Not like fire but like everything that comes with it: smoke, scorched hair, wet carbon, ash. This is a city that burns spasmodically, a city of gas lines and rail cars, coal dust and arson, a city with wooden roofs and narrow alleys. A city that is always shivering. Forty or fifty years ago, this apartment building was the hotel where Senators kept their mistresses and boy-toys, all blue velvet and gilt. Then a fire gutted it.         Hello! Welcome to GlitterShip episode 58 for August 25, 2018. This is your host, Keffy, and I'm super excited to be sharing this story with you. Our episode today is a reprint "In the City of Kites and Crows" by Megan Arkenberg, read by A.J. Fitzwater. Megan Arkenberg’s work has appeared in over fifty magazines and anthologies, including Lightspeed, Asimov’s, Shimmer, and Ellen Datlow’s Best Horror of the Year. She has edited the fantasy e-zine Mirror Dance since 2008 and was recently the nonfiction editor for Queers Destroy Horror!, a special issue of Nightmare Magazine. She currently lives in Northern California, where she is pursuing a Ph.D. in English literature. Visit her online at http://www.meganarkenberg.com. A.J. Fitzwater is a dragon wearing a human meat suit from Christchurch, New Zealand. A graduate of Clarion 2014, she’s had stories published in Shimmer Magazine, Andromeda Spaceways Magazine, and in Paper Road Press’s At The Edge anthology. She also has stories coming soon at Kaleidotrope and PodCastle. As a narrator, her voice has been heard across the Escape Artists Network, on Redstone SF, and Interzone. She tweets under her penname as @AJFitzwater Content warning for descriptions of police violence and suicide.   In the City of Kites and Crows By Megan Arkenberg   1. When you breathe deeply, really push the air from your lungs and let the cold valley wind fill you again, you can smell the city’s ghosts. They smell like burning. Not like fire but like everything that comes with it: smoke, scorched hair, wet carbon, ash. This is a city that burns spasmodically, a city of gas lines and rail cars, coal dust and arson, a city with wooden roofs and narrow alleys. A city that is always shivering. Forty or fifty years ago, this apartment building was the hotel where Senators kept their mistresses and boy-toys, all blue velvet and gilt. Then a fire gutted it. I tell this to Lisse, and she rubs at the burn scar on the back of her knee, at the tattoo that crawls up her thigh in a hatch of green and golden lines, like a map of a city, or a circuit board in fragments. Lisse just got out of Federal prison for smashing the rearview mirrors off a police car. She has new scars now, the white tracks of some riot officer’s baton, one of which slices across her left nipple and makes her breast look punctured, deflated. She sits in her flannel bathrobe at the table in her living room, in the apartment that was a hotel room and still smells like the arsonist’s match, and she shakes her head with a slow, sad smile. “Hythloday,” she says, as though my name were a dirge. “How can you, of all people, believe in ghosts?” Outside the bay window behind her, three stories below us, a crush of posterboard and sweatshirted bodies is churning and chanting its way up 9th street, towards the West Gate of the Senate. Lisse snaps photos on her phone. She edits an antigovernment webzine, contributes information to two antisenatorial projects that I know of—both documenting police brutality and violations of prisoners’ rights—and surely several others that I don’t. Her thick hair is unoiled and still damp from the shower, smelling of grass and wood dust, smelling of her. “Everyone I’m fucking is trying to overthrow the government,” I tell her. I’m spread out on her couch like the jammy sediment in the bottom of a wine glass, and I know that this observation, this trenchant précis of the last thirty-six months, is the closest that I will ever come to political analysis. Or to self-reflection. Lisse, who will not let me back into her bed until I’m sober, who still fucks me on the couch, does not look up from the photos of the protestors on her phone. “Well, Hythloday,” she says, half word and half sigh. “Why do you think that is?”   2. Some evenings, when I’m sober enough to pull on a pair of trousers and an old suit coat, tie my hair back and wash the traces of eyeliner from my cheeks, I take the train down to the university. It’s quiet and damp so close to the river, the trees whispering to themselves in the fog, and all the public spaces roped off with yellow lines of caution tape. If anyone were to ask me what I’m doing here tonight—anyone except for Lisse, who won’t ask me, who never asks—I’d say I came for the lecture on the Mnemosyne project, an answer both innocuous and vaguely suspect. Really, I’m here to see Jesse. They check IDs at the door of the auditorium. I don’t know if “they” are the Mnemosyne developers looking for allies or a Senatorial commission tallying enemies, or just the university, looking to cover its ass either way. Inside, the dim room flickers with tablet and laptop screens as people pull up the app. Mnemosyne, Jesse explained to me once as we lay on the floor of his bedroom, sipping coffee from wine glasses, is an augmented reality application. It checks your location with your device’s GPS and overlays your screen with location-sensitive news. Censored news, he meant, censored images, photographs you shouldn’t see, stories no one should be reporting. I know Lisse is providing data for the project, and Jesse helped with the programming. Everyone I’m fucking wants to overthrow the government. (Well, Hythloday, why do you think that is?) A small gray woman in a gray suit reads off her PowerPoint slides at the front of the room, and I lean against the wall in back, scanning the crowd for Jesse. He’s sitting in the second-to-last row, the strands of silver in his dark brown hair showing dramatically in the liquid-crystal glow of his laptop. His face and lips look as blue as a drowning man’s. I like to watch him like this, when he doesn’t know I’m looking. When he knows he’s being watched, when he’s teaching or lecturing, he becomes brilliant, sparkling, animated. His dark eyes and his smile widen, light up, his gentle laugh drags parentheses around the corners of his mouth. But when he’s alone, when he thinks no one is watching, he shrinks into himself. The laugh lines settle. He looks lost, like a book that someone has misplaced. At the end of the lecture, he snaps his laptop shut, slings his bag over his shoulder. He catches sight of me on his way to the exit. He smiles too widely, looking exhausted. “You weren’t expecting me,” I say. “I know.” “No, it’s fine.” He licks his lips, which still look dry and blue. “Did you like the talk?” “Sure,” I lie. He turns abruptly and strides out of the lecture hall. I follow down the glossy corridor, out into the parking lot, where the mist rolls in from the river, smelling of rot. Jesse stops, leans against the wall of the auditorium, and his hair catches on the rough brick. He grabs me around the waist and drags me in for a kiss. (Nine people contributed material to the Mnemosyne project, he told me, leaning against the pillows. The marks of my teeth were pale and raised along his shoulders. Four of them are anonymous. Five of them are missing.) He clings to me like a drowning man, fingers digging into my back, bruising, his mouth opening beneath mine as though I could give him breath. He tastes like mint chewing gum and cigarette smoke. He winces when my tongue brushes against his teeth, but when I start to pull back, he whispers, “Don’t.” (He kicked a stack of books off the side of the bed, yanking off his jacket and tie, and he told me to fuck him. I took the harness and the strap-on from the nightstand. He spread out on the bed, watching impatiently over his shoulder as I adjusted the buckles and straps around my thighs. The headlights from a car across the street slipped through the slats in the window blinds, caught his eyes, flattened them to smooth disks of gold.) I weave my fingers through his, and he grunts in pain. “Jesse.” I pull back. His sleeve cuffs gap above the buttons, and I can see the shining red marks on his wrists, marks my hands could never have left. The neck of his undershirt has slipped down, damp with mist and sweat, and bruises show under his skin, black and yellow and blue. “Don’t worry about it,” he says. “Please. Just stay with me.” (We fucked, and even though I was sober, it was the disjointed, disappointing sex of people who are drunk, and angry, and afraid.) We take the train to his townhouse on the east side of the city. The streetlights around us glare like a hangover. Alone in the second-to-last compartment, he leans against my back, his cheek against my shoulder blade, his arms tight around my waist. “The dean wants to see me tomorrow,” he murmurs. I turn my head, looking for our reflection in the train window, but it’s too dark inside, too bright out. (Afterward, he asked me to hold him. He curled around me, his head resting in the crook between my bicep and my breast, his arms around my hips. He didn’t say my name again. After a few minutes, his breathing settled. I kissed his cheek and tasted salt.)   3. This city burns so often that every fire has a name. Ships burning, churches burning, schools and factories and luxury hotels. The S. S. Virgil fire, the St. John’s fire. On a windy day, you can still smell the smoke rising from St. John’s preparatory. And when you aim the camera of your phone down at the sidewalk in front of the West Gate, down at the cracked cement with its tarry traces of chewing gum and bird shit, you can still see the outline of Mark Labelle’s blood, the smooth puddle that it left as he died on a cold Sunday afternoon in April, beaten to death by riot officers. The stain that was still there the next morning, when the body was packed away in a city morgue and the police surveillance video had disappeared. Gone, as they say, without a trace—except for this palimpsested slab of sidewalk, which someone snapped on their phone, which someone else uploaded to the Mnemosyne project, which now trickles through this elegant little app to the eyes of anyone who stands here beneath the wrought iron gate. Your own private haunting, in the palms of your hands. There are dozens of places like this throughout the city, thanks to Lisse and Jesse and all the rest of them. Haunted places. Revolutions are made out of hauntings, out of missing bodies and ghosts. Did you know that? I can assure you that the government does.   4. Remedios and Gavin live above their gallery on Elliot Street, which has burned so many times that the new houses are all built out of concrete. Every surface north of 23rd is brightly painted: flag murals, forest scenes, mountain silhouettes, massive bare-breasted women with galaxies in their eyes. Walking up the sidewalks, listening to the cold reverberating echo of your footsteps, you get the feeling that this part of the city has transcended the organic. At least until you see the fast food wrappers caught in the grates of the pristine concrete sewers. Everything, even the wrappers, smells like stone and diesel. Gavin is a sculptor, and he doesn’t mind this sort of thing. Remedios, though, rebels. Their back yard is full of tomatoes and bright yellow-flowered squash, and two fat hens cluck in the chicken coop beside the rusted bike rack. The back stairs take you either into the gallery, through the second floor, or up to their apartment on the third. The gallery is always unlocked. I glance inside just long enough to see that Remedios’s Brutal exhibition is still on display, wall after wall of bare torsos with unspeakable scars. The gray, wine-stained carpet smells like dust, and there are fat black flies on the windowsills. A stray exhibition program flutters in the box by the fire escape, the title in red lower-case sans-serif: These are not the bodies we were born in. I let the door swing shut. Upstairs, in the kitchen, Remedios is standing barefoot at the sink, washing cherry tomatoes and crying. (You weren’t expecting to see me, I’d said, because none of them ever are. No, he said, it’s fine.) “Hythloday.” She drops the bowl into the sink, where it spins, clattering, spilling mottled red-and-yellow tomatoes across the gray ceramic. She flings her arms around my neck, stands on tiptoe, presses her flat chest against mine. Her hair is dark blue and shaved close to her head, and it smells like the gallery, like dry skin and abandonment. (Please, just stay with me.) She pulls me towards her on the bed, which is a low double-mattress in the front room, covered in shawls and old saris and stuffed animals. Her fingers are already undoing the buttons on my shirt. “Shouldn’t we wait for Gavin?” I ask, but she makes a sick squeaking sound. “He isn’t here,” she says. “What do you mean?” “He’s gone, Hythloday.” She tugs at my sleeves, and I ease myself down beside her on the mattress. “What do you mean?” She shakes her head, falls silent. I kiss her forehead, and she rolls me over, pushes me back against the pillows with the dead weight of her body. (Four of them were anonymous, Jesse had told me. Five of them are missing.) Afterward, she curls up with her back against my stomach, a little spoon, or a snail in its shell. It feels strange not to have Gavin’s arms crossing mine above her small body, Gavin’s heady juniper smell in my nostrils. Remedios’s breathing slows, hitches, then steadies, like a ship breaking into deep water. “We were marching up Tribunal,” she says. “There was a gathering at the West Gate. He thought we should be there, say a few words. The police arrived and we were separated.” Somewhere in the neighborhood, a siren begins to wail. I kiss the back of her neck, and she looks over her shoulder. “He’s dead, isn’t he?” (Everyone I’m fucking is trying to overthrow the government. Well, Hythloday, why do you think that is?) I kiss her nose, her eyelids. “I don’t know,” I lie.   5. “Hythloday?” Lisse crouches over me. Her fingers wind around the back of my neck, giving my hair a sharp tug. “In all seriousness. Why do all your lovers want to overthrow the government?” “Guess I have a thing for rebels.” “Seriously.” “Mm-hm,” I say. Her face is unreadable. I close my eyes, lean back into her grip. “You’re all so electric, and so secretive. Meetings in dark alleys and warehouses, throwing bricks through Senate windows. It’s so sexy. And don’t get me started on the posters and the pamphlets and those long, lonely nights with a busted stapler in the back of the copy shop—” She cuts me off with a kiss, dragging my head up to hers. Her mouth tastes like orange juice and almond chapstick, her lips bruisingly firm, her teeth sharp. “Just for once,” she whispers, “I wish you would think.” Think. As though I weren’t always thinking, too much for my own good. Thinking of her body, the scars I can see and the ones I can’t, the hipbones that jut prominently against my hands where they were once buried in flesh. Thinking of the marks shining on Jesse’s wrists and chest, of Remedios crying at her kitchen sink. Thinking about protestors and fire hoses, pepper spray, gunshots. Thinking of the history of this city, this apartment building and the fire that gutted it. Thinking of being gutted. Being burned. “All right, Lisse.” I rub my eyelids, smudging what’s left of yesterday’s liner. “Everyone I’m fucking realizes that this country is going to shit, and unlike me, they have the courage and integrity to do something about it. Fair?” She doesn’t answer. I open my eyes. A flood of sunlight pours through the windows, sharp with afternoon. The living room is empty. When I look towards 9th and Tribunal, I see that the crowd of protestors has dispersed, leaving a single piece of wet posterboard in their wake.   6. Hythloday. I suppose you caught the reference. A traveler in no-place, a stranger in Nowhere. My mother kicked me out when I was fifteen, and ever since, my only reliable roof has been the sky. The city of kites and crows. It doesn’t burn as easily as the city of flesh and blood, I’ll give it that. And there have been friends’ couches, lovers’ bedrooms: roosts for a night, or for a season. I have this image of myself flying across the city, from nest to nest, like something from a children’s story. Where do the birds go during a revolution? I read somewhere that every pigeon in Paris flew away during the summer of 1793. It was so hot, and every street in the city stank of blood. I have no idea if any of that is true. I have this recurring dream of a guillotine blade falling, the thud of it scattering crows, like a spray of embers from a collapsing roof. They don’t settle again. Whatever died wasn’t to their taste. The fire at St. John’s preparatory school began because a little girl stuck a match into a bird’s nest outside her dormitory window. Little girls are cruel, crueler far than ravens or guillotine blades, and flames in a wooden building travel faster than cruelty. Within seven minutes, everyone who was going to make it out alive had already left the building. They stood on 23rd street clutching their books, their dolls. Everyone else died. And some who got out died, too, later on, from the smoke. I tell this story to Lisse, and she frowns. It is a story about all the things she loves: a story about home, about violence and brutality and revenge, about innocent bystanders. But it is not a story about justice. “Only ghost stories are about justice,” I say, and she shakes her head. (How can you, of all people, believe in ghosts?)   7. When I return to the gallery, there are flies everywhere. (Where did the bruises come from? I asked Jesse. But they weren’t just bruises, not merely bruises, although the purple stain on his chest showed the treads of a military boot. The white and red marks on his arms, the stiffness in his fingers came from being cuffed, being tied, and tightly. I knew the signs.) Remedios and I go into the bedroom and fuck and don’t say word about Gavin. She moves so stiffly that I’m afraid I’ve hurt her, but when I slow down, she twines her legs around me and hisses in my ear: “Don’t stop.” We fall asleep afterward, sore and exhausted. Later still, I wake alone to the buzzing of the flies. (The dean wants to see me tomorrow, he’d said, resting his cheek against my shoulder blade. And I couldn’t see our reflection in the window.) And although it’s the last thing on earth that I want to do, although I can already smell the sour stink in the dusty carpet, I go down to the gallery. Down to the first floor, where the flies are thickest. Down to the back room. (Jesse’s things are scattered across the bedroom floor. His books, cracked along the spine. His ties and jackets and dress shirts, torn from their hangers and crumpled, dirtied with the muddy prints of boots. The contents of the nightstand, small and obscene in the light of day.) I see the folding chair first, collapsed in the center of the room beneath the light fixture. And she sways at the end of something that shows bright orange against her blue hair: an electric cord. She’s been here for a while now. Her limbs have gone stiff, her tongue black against her pale chin. I stand on the chair to cut her down. When she lands in my arms, I lose my balance, fall to the floor with a solid, bruising thud.   8. On the train back to 9th street, the woman in the seat across from me is reading something on her tablet. She looks up at me, suddenly. Without saying a word, she cries, and cries, and cries.   9. None of us has the body we were born in. Life leaves its traces, its teeth marks on our throats, its maps across our thighs and in our fingertips, its footprints on our chests. The body that I was born in didn’t have breasts, didn’t have hips, and I didn’t know it had a cunt until I was nine years old. Love leaves its traces on us, and hate. I fill the antique tub in Lisse’s bathroom until the frigid water flows over the edge, splashing across the dark green tile floor. I close my eyes, plug my nose, plunge to the bottom. Even under water, I smell burning. I’ve stopped binding recently, stood in front of the mirror on the back of the bathroom door and cupped my breasts the way I used to cup Lisse’s. It felt alien. Not wrong, just not mine. I think of Lisse’s tattoo, the marks on Jesse’s wrists and neck and chest. I think of the slight weight of Remedios, dangling from an electric cord noose. And I think damage is what teaches us to inhabit our bodies, and everyone I love has learned that long before me. At last, I come up for air, and Lisse is waiting for me, sitting on the edge of the tub in her flannel robe. “What’s wrong, Hythloday?” she asks. But nothing’s wrong. I’m unscathed. “It’s my gift,” I say softly. “My own special talent. I don’t follow the crowd, and I never have. I don’t get caught up in things. The world is on fire and I don’t even feel the heat.” I reach for her, and she isn’t there. I get out of the tub, wrap a fraying towel around my waist, go into the hallway. The door to her room is on my right. I put my fingertips on the handle, hoping it will be locked, but it isn’t, it swings soundlessly open. The smell of smoke and scorched hair and wet carbon rushes out. Inside, everything is covered in a layer of dust. END   "The City of Kites and Crows" is copyright Megan Arkenberg, 2016, and was originally published in Kaleidotrope. This recording is a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives license which means you can share it with anyone you’d like, but please don’t change or sell it. Our theme is “Aurora Borealis” by Bird Creek, available through the Google Audio Library. You can support GlitterShip by checking out our Patreon at patreon.com/keffy, subscribing to our feed, or by leaving reviews on iTunes. Thanks for listening, and we'll be back soon with "Never Alone, Never Unarmed," an original story by Bobby Sun.