I gave the podcast Snap Judgment another try. The first episode that I attempted to listen to was Gratitude 2013. Found the voice and story totally annoying and only listened to about five minutes. Decided to give Snap Judgment another try and listened to The Great Outdoors.
I totally sympathized with Randy Brown who lived with his wife in "the great outdoors" but was legally forced to move. Brown's wife says that his job history was, essentially, one paragraph about subsisting off the land and, about his search for a mainstream job et al, Brown said that living in Virginia (can't remember which city) was a lot tougher than any year out in the woods.
I'm still listening to the StoryCorps podcast and really liked Bright in Spots. A son tells his father how he admires the way he was able to provide for his family and the father responds.
You know you do your best, kid, that's what you do but honestly your best not just a BS best.