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Options June 25, 2009: Trabajar, Jugar y Las Chupacabras Explico!!!!!

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Artist Track Album
Rail Band  Diby (Feat. Sekou Kouyate)   Options Belle Epoque Vol.3: Dioba 
Lykke Li  I'm Good, I'm Gone (Metronomy Mix)   Options I Am A Modern Girl: Trouble's 2009 WFMU Marathon Premium 
Heldon  Back Tp Heldon   Options Musiques Electroniques en France 1974-1984 
Tafo (Feat. Nahid Akhtar)  Na Main Chini Na Japani   Options The Sound Of Wonder! 
Nico  Afraid   Options Desertshore 
Ratatat  Black Heroes   Options LP3 

Listener comments!

  Thu. 6/25/09 2:16am Joshua K:

POMP IT UP
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:27am Joshua K:

hooky
1848, Amer.Eng. (New York City), from Du. hoekje "hide and seek," or from hook it, 14c., "make off, run away," originally "depart, proceed."
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:28am xenophobe:

don't you be talkin bad about mel gibson mel gibson is my homie and dont you be talkin bad about my home because my homie will spear you.
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:28am Indiana Jordan:

I was just thinking this week about how much of a dork Mel Gibson is. What a coincidence!
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:28am chupacabra:

eh, you suck.
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:31am Joshua K:

Ducks are GAMEfully employed har har har
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:36am Joshua K:

compute
1631, from Fr. computer, from L. computare "to count, sum up," from com- "with" + putare "to reckon," orig. "to prune." Computer used for person, 1646; mechanical calculating machine, 1897; and electronic machine, 1946 or 1941. In the modern meaning, "programmable digital electronic computer" is from 1945 (theoretical sense is from 1937, as Turing machine). ENIAC (1946) is usually considered the first. Computerese first recorded 1960.
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:41am Joshua K:

Phising is with Ph cause it comes from Phreaking which is phone hacking, spelled with ph cause of phone. So phishing is like... some kind of hacking involving fishing for data.
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:43am tullius:

This is a brain. These are brains on drugs & radio...
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:47am 9:

i hate you.
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:47am 9:

i hate you.
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:48am 89:

lute + fisk =
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:49am 959:

eh, suck.
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:51am pvt. shaved balls:

ken. where do you find/meet these horrible people?
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:51am tripe.:

die.
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:52am Joshua K:

balls
"testicles," 1325, from pl. of ball (1). See also ballocks. Meaning "courage, nerve" is from 1928; ballsy "courageous, masculine" first recorded 1959 in Norman Mailer (writing of Truman Capote). Ball-busting "difficult" is first recorded 1944; ball-buster disparaging for "dominant female" is from 1974. Balls to the wall, however, is probably from WWII Air Forces slang, from the ball that topped the aircraft throttle, thrust to the bulkhead of the cockpit to attain full speed.
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:53am Indiana Jordan:

There's so much negativity in here.
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:55am Joshua K:

toilet
1540, "cover or bag for clothes," from M.Fr. toilette "a cloth, bag for clothes," dim. of toile "cloth, net" (see toil (2)). Sense evolution is to "act or process of dressing" (1681); then "a dressing room" (1819), especially one with a lavatory attached; then "lavatory or porcelain plumbing fixture" (1895), an Amer.Eng. euphemistic use. Toilet paper is attested from 1884. Toilet training is recorded from 1940.
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:57am negator:

chanterellres
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:58am shaved:

chanterelles. they grow on oak.
  Thu. 6/25/09 2:58am !:

you'll die if you eat them.
  Thu. 6/25/09 3:00am my colo gist:

please die.
  Thu. 6/25/09 3:08am Joshua K:

bourgeois
1564, "of the Fr. middle class," from Fr., from O.Fr. burgeis "town dweller" (as distinct from "peasant"), from borc "town, village," from Frank. *burg (see borough). Sense of "socially or aesthetically conventional" is from 1764; in communist and socialist writing, "a capitalist" (1883). Bourgeoisie (n.) "middle class" is first recorded 1707.
  Thu. 6/25/09 3:17am adam g:

owning class: you can live on the money your money makes, you do not need to work.
working class: you need to work to sustain yourself.
middle class: you are working class, but have been persuaded to support the agendas of the owning class.
  Thu. 6/25/09 3:25am Will:

I had a crush on Jimin until I heard she was still in high school.
Now after the ketchup thing I have a crush on her again.
  Thu. 6/25/09 3:31am adam g:

work to live, or live to work?
does your job further the sustenance or quality of our lives, or is it "economic activity" for its own sake?
  Thu. 6/25/09 3:35am Joshua K:

I could tell Nick was on the phone from the other room
  Thu. 6/25/09 3:59am Will:

from Nat'l Geographic: "“Chupacabras” closely resembles the Spanish word “Chotacabras,” which in English is “Nightjar.” Nightjars are nocturnal birds with an almost supernatural reputation stemming from their silent flight and mythical ability to steal milk from goats."

Nightjars? Night people?
  Thu. 6/25/09 4:02am adam g:

sasquatches were ubiquitous in the pacific northwest way back in the new age, about 30 years ago.
  Thu. 6/25/09 4:07am Will:

Even limiting to respiration, you can include bacterial colonies.
  Thu. 6/25/09 4:07am Will:

Huge diffuse clouds of bacteria, slipping under the radar!
  Thu. 6/25/09 4:31am Pieter:

What's this song ?
  Thu. 6/25/09 4:33am Joshua K:

lykke li one? Might be different delay.
  Thu. 6/25/09 4:36am Pieter:

yes, quick search reveals it's that one , thnx ! !
  Thu. 6/25/09 4:57am Joshua K:

Time for rucksack radio
  Thu. 6/25/09 5:26am bipsydipwater:

(in pennsylvania anyway) food stamps have been replaced by a debit card sort of thing to discourage people from selling them for things of a non-food nature
  Thu. 6/25/09 5:33am Joshua K:

Theres no seagulls when you are at sea... you guys must have never left port.
  Mon. 7/6/09 12:06pm anemone:

Your shows are always pretty good but this show was the best yet.
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