Welcome to Monocycle, Our Newest Podcast!

My guess is that when Charles Dickens wrote a “Tale of Two Cities,” it was not a Friday afternoon. If it had been, that opening lyric would have read, “it was the best of times, it was the best of times.” Because, you know, Friday afternoons are great. They signal the end of the week, the beginning of the weekend, they maintain the word “fri” in them and everyone knows you can’t spell French without Fri(es). Now, with the launch of our second podcast, I am humbly hoping, they will get even better. That is either a profoundly narcissistic thing to say given the nature of the show (it’s a ten minute monologue delivered by me, which I hope makes you feel like we’re talking on the phone and you actually care about what I have to say) or precisely on point (because of its narcissism!) because I only talk about me to get to you and I swear that’s true.

Monocycle will cover a range of topics that include feelings, feelings, what it’s like to feel feelings and why I feel like without your providing insight, this thing will never be what it could be. So do me a solid, take a listen, make me feel like you truly are the best friend I have made you out to be, and tell me what you want to hear. I sort of feel like we’re just about to round third base.

Homerun incoming,


Intro song: “The Show Must Be Go” by Kevin MacLeod, licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 LicenseLogo illustration by Kelly Shami.


Leandra M. Cohen

Leandra M. Cohen is the founder of Man Repeller.

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