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  • Why Are You So Sad?: A Novel | Jason Porter

    Why Are You So Sad?: A Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 16 mins)
    • By Jason Porter
    • Narrated By Jason Porter
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    Porter's uproarious, intelligent debut centers on Raymond Champs, an illustrator of assembly manuals for a home furnishings corporation, who is charged with a huge task: to determine whether the world needs saving. It comes to him in the midst of a losing battle with insomnia - everybody he knows, and maybe everybody on the planet, is suffering from severe clinical depression. He's nearly certain something has gone wrong. A virus perhaps. It's in the water, or it's in the mosquitoes, or maybe in the ranch-flavored snack foods. And what if we are all too sad and dispirited to do anything about it?

  • After Slamming Keys, Irma to Batter Florida Peninsula, With ‘Catastrophic’ Storm Surge Feared | Jason Samenow,Greg Porter

    After Slamming Keys, Irma to Batter Florida Peninsula, With ‘Catastrophic’ Storm Surge Feared

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    • By Jason Samenow, Greg Porter
    • Narrated By Sam Scholl
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    Extremely dangerous Hurricaned Irma crashed into the Florida Keys on Sunday morning, unleashing violent wind gusts and storm-surge flooding. Florida’s western coast is now facing Irma’s wrath, and forecasters fear this storm will go down as one of the worst in the state’s history.

    "After Slamming Keys, Irma to Batter Florida Peninsula, With ‘Catastrophic’ Storm Surge Feared" is from the September 10, 2017 Capital Weather Gang section of The Washington Post. It was written by Jason Samenow and Greg Porter and narrated by Sam Scholl.

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