Susie loves holidays, but Easter is one of her favorites, in no small part to its origin as a pagan fertility festival. To celebrate, Susie happily brings you a basket of fake grass and the real
origins of hot crossed buns and decorated Easter eggs. Then, Susie's back to talking about New York Times
reporter Kurt Eichenwald. This time it's his admission that he paid money to the main source in his investigative story on child pornography and is threatening to sue the pants off anyone who says he acted improperly along the way. Finally, in the Try This at Home
mailbag, Susie offers her personal story of how she learned to get a good night's sleep and save her sex life.
Don't forget, you can send your confidential questions, feedback about the show, or requests for girly cards to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Episode 288, April 6, 2007)
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