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the performer acts as a bridge between the composer and the listener

Holland Family Lip Sync YouTube Transcript Sarah: [] What a better way to reconcile ghe we say, not only do we value these lands and we believe in the power of them, we believe in the power of these lands so much that we believe that they could be an instrumental part in real reconciliation, which our country is so desperate for it. Like they could hold such a special place, not just the history of violence and genocide and death, but could hold this place in the history of reconciliation. Beth: The home of grace-filled political conversations.

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Sarah: Hello, [] and welcome to a thr special episode of Pantsuit Politics. I am here with my beloved husband. Nicholas Holland. Nicholas: [] Well, thank you for having me on Pantsuit Politics. It's a joy and honor. This beautiful studio we're in today. Sarah: [] Yeah we're in the annex studio at the Holland household AKA my closet on the floor.

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Nicholas: [] In beautiful uptown Paducah, Kentucky. Sarah: [] Before we get into the show, a couple of ideas I just want to workshop with you real quick. Remember, I am a professional.

the performer acts as a bridge between the composer and the listener

I thought what we could do is talk about like really specific things you love about me. Yeah, it's great.

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It's a great topic. Or I thought we could work through like our, like inside meme jokes, just like run through them where nobody really knows what we're talking about. Nicholas: [] Yeah, that sounds good. We should just, we all should just sprinkle those throughout. So yeah.

the performer acts as a bridge between the composer and the listener

Sarah: [] So people are really confused. Nicholas: [] Constantly. Sarah: [] Okay, good. Good, good, good. I'm glad you agree.]

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