Manage episode 275089731 series 2810962
On this episode, we chatted about our cold, rainy, dreamy October vibes. Then we talked all about cults and what makes them interesting to learn about. Sally recommended her top 5 pieces of nonfiction cult-related media for anyone who is interested in learning more. Then Rachel talked about her favorite lamp and why good lighting is worth investing in (but doesn’t have to be expensive).
This episode was produced by Rachel and Sally and edited by Lucas Nguyen. Our logo was designed by Amber Seger (@rocketorca). Our theme music is by Tiny Music. On the premiere episode of Oh I Like That, we—friends and lifestyle journalists Rachel Wilkerson Miller (@the_rewm) and Sally Tamarkin (@sallyt)—kick things off by introducing ourselves and our new show.
For our first-ever segment, we talk about something topical: autumn and its glories, including their recommendations for things to eat and do in this the most majestic of seasons. Then we dive into a discussion about a recent post on the Am I The Asshole subreddit, “AITA for getting angry my girlfriend is wasting my power words on her friends?” Finally, we close out the episode with a brief chat about fall care packages and the ritual of putting your winter comforter on the bed.
This episode was produced by Rachel and Sally and edited by Lucas Nguyen. Our logo was designed by Amber Seger (@rocketorca). Our theme music is by Tiny Music. MJ Brodie (@MJBrodieNZ) transcribed this episode.
Sally’s top 5 (plus 1) nonfiction cult-related media
1. Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath (2016-2019)
2. _Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood and the Prison of Belie_f by Lawrence Wright (2013)
3. Cults (podcast by Parcast)
5. Any free documentary on any cult started in the 1970s
Honorable mention: xenu.net, a website full of primary documents and information related to Scientology maintained by a critic of the Church of Scientology
Rachel’s lamp and lighting recommendations
Tokabo table lamp (Ikea, $13)
Fado table lamp (Ikea, $25)