It’s show #486 for October 7th, 2020, and today with the holiday season soon upon us we are talking about making gifts for others.
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Handmade Gifts for Others
The guys talk about the gifts they have made for others and how they were received. Are handmade gifts appreciated because they were made by you or appreciated even if they weren’t made by you? What makes a bad holiday gift and what are those gift ideas that can be started and completed at the 11th hour?.
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