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Options May 29, 2012: Jay is gone, and Bronwyn is morose. Then Jay calls in, and Bronwyn is happy.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Thunk Tank Jay   intro montage   Options none  none        0:00:00 ()
Teenage Fanclub  Alcoholiday   Options Bandwagonesque  Geffen Gold Line Sp.  1991  CD    0:02:58 ()
Tape  Byhalia   Options Revelationes  Hapna    CD  This is the music we talk over  0:08:29 ()
Black Dice  PIGS   Options Mr. Impossible  Ribbon Music  2012  CD    0:18:15 ()
Sonny Boy Williamson  Dont start me talking   Options His Best  MCA/Chess    CD    0:21:15 ()
Wretched Worst  Women in Jeans   Options Wm. Berger's MyCastle of Quiet 2012 marathon premium  none  2012  CD    0:22:48 ()
Tape  talkover music again--same throughout show   Options           0:25:34 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 5/29/12 7:12pm Danne D:

Hi Bronwyn :)

The Rangers' King Henrik methaphorically died in the playoffs
  Tue. 5/29/12 7:15pm Ralphine:

How come you don't play this any more?
http://youtu.be/ftjVcE9JOno
  Tue. 5/29/12 7:20pm Ike:

Slate says articles about British scientists and experts are easily bought and paid-for:
http://tiny.cc/britscijourn
  Tue. 5/29/12 7:26pm Danne D:

Have a good night Bronwyn and listeners :)
  Tue. 5/29/12 7:27pm Listener Dave from Seattle:

I feel like no one is talking about the Pope's butler.
  Tue. 5/29/12 7:35pm FromStateCollege:

The whole self-deception thing is true, absolutely. Confirmation bias, cognitive dissonance, there are so many ways. But telling people self-deception is possible doesn't work. Psychology is the most popular major at Penn State and you still have to deal with 45000 Messiah Complexes every fall and spring semester.
  Tue. 5/29/12 7:36pm Chris:

I think you're doing a fine job on operating the board on this solo outing!
  Tue. 5/29/12 7:44pm FrankenNewYork:

It seems that the Pope, while a Nazi, is not infallable (not that the Nazis didn't get almost everything wrong), except in matters of faith, and I've been told that even that is not correct. Some old time Pope said something like that but it is not actual Vatican policy. I love the cat thing. What did the butler do?
  Tue. 5/29/12 7:48pm Ralphine:

Didn't the Pope pick the Patriots to win the last Super Bowl?
  Tue. 5/29/12 7:49pm Listener Dave from Seattle:

I read the surveillance rock article at Wired.com.

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