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Spring has sprung and mysteries abound at the warehouse this week.


John Green Signed Desk Swords:
$5 mystery shirt sale:


Hot Mess on YouTube:
Find them on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook: @HotMessPBS
Hot Mess shirts:


Hosts: Abi Rein (@abi_jean) and Luna George (@checkformoon)

Follow DFTBA Records on Twitter and Instagram: @dftbarecords
Luna: Hello, and welcome back to The Warehouse!

Abi: The weekly show where we share the DFTBA Warehouse with you!

[The Warehouse intro]

L: It's finally kind of spring here in Montana! It's like 70 degrees and none of us know what to do.

A: Honestly, we're all pretty surprised that (?~0:18) hasn't worn shorts yet. 

L: I was just talking to Abi earlier today about how nice the weather is outside, and you know what else is nice? Your comments.

A: This week's comment of the week comes to us from Mary, and they say: "Sorry, what's a description? I found the links, but they all seem to be in the flap..."

L: which is weird, because just this week this showed up? And it definitely looks like a flap, I don't know if you know more about it than we do, but...

A: Anyway, let's head over to Creator Corner.

L: Since today's Earth Day, we want to highlight a channel that has changed the way we think about the planet, and specifically climate change.

A: Hot Mess is a YouTube channel whose goal is to teach people about the impact of climate change, and also about how we can make our future better, with videos like "What Car is the Best for the Climate?" and "Can We Suck Carbon Dioxide Out of the Air?"

We'll link to the YouTube channel below, or you can find them on Twitter @HotMessPBS. If you want to help support Hot Mess, you can buy their shirt in either green or gray, and what's really cool about these shirts is that they're made out of recycled bottles. And speaking of merch, it's time for...

L: New Merch News! The first piece of news is that today is the last day of our $5 mystery shirt sale. You can get them in either unisex or curved cut.

A: Have you ever had a letter that you needed to open, but you just didn't have the right tool to open it? You needed a blade encased in plastic. Well, I'll do you one better. Right now on, you can buy your very own, John Green-signed desk sword.

A: Well, that's all we have for you today, friends. 

L: As always, everything we talked about is linked in the description.

A: If you want to follow DFTBA on Twitter or Instagram, you can do so @DFTBArecords.

L: Or, you can follow either of us. Thank you for watching.

A: And don't forget to be awesome.

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