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Reporter Nancy Updike spends two days with Neal Smither, who cleans up crime scenes for a living, and comes away wanting to open his Los Angeles franchise, despite the gore — or maybe because of it.
Seth Freed Wessler reports on people going the opposite direction over the US/Mexico border.
We hear from the people in the land of the non-working: Fred Beaton on hislast shift driving a shuttle bus at Logan Airport before he retires; LincCohen and Sandi Weisenberg talk about what chores get done once retirementbegins; and Angela Jane Evancie tries to get her boyfriend, Morgan Peach, tostop relaxing quite so much.
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Daniel Kish says that through clicking, he forms mental pictures.
Lulu tells the story of Daniel Kish, who’s blind, but can navigate the world by clicking with his tongue.
Alix Spiegel revisits a story she reported in 2006 - which caused more listeners to email us than any other story we've broadcast.