Taking a Taxi (Season 1, #1)


Man Afraid of Everything is a podcast series about what it’s like to do the things you’re afraid of.

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3 Responses

  1. Leyla says:

    You didn’t say how it felt to face your fear, or maybe I missed that part. I think if you have a baby it just goes on your lap, no need for a baby seat.

    Also, did you sit in the front seat and did you leave a tip?

  2. man says:

    Hey Leyla. So, you found my podcast? Your website http://idon%27thaveone.oramisupposedtoputfacebookorsomethingonhere/?Whatever,hopefullyit%27snotthatimportant is one of my favorites.

    I’ll try to explain more of what it was like to face the fear in new episodes. I did leave a tip and I sat in the back on the passenger side, because I didn’t want to rub my clothes across the dirty seat.

  3. Leyla says:

    Yeah, it wasn’t hard since it’s been so heavily promoted and all.

    I got a story for you now. I once fell asleep on the train and missed my stop. I got off at Clybourn and there were crack whores all over the place. This was in 2001, so I didn’t have a cell phone yet. You see, I was stubborn and trying not to give in to technology, ya know? So, I had to use a nasty pay phone to call one of my roommates, who naturally wasn’t answering. I think there was gum on the ear part of the receiver.

    So I had to take the bus by myself which I’d never done, besides the fact that I had to mildly humiliate myself by asking somebody where the bus goes. Fortunately, she didn’t make me feel like an idiot. I also didn’t have exact change so I had to feel even more stupid because I had to ask the driver what to do. It sucked, but I got home, so I guess it worked out.