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Options February 1, 2010: Summonsed

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Hiiragi Fukuda  TV Dinner   Options Oya Wa Tohoku, Oto Kumori  Fuyusoubi Music Publishing  *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Lamburg Tony & Hyaene  The Last Bag   Options Aesjo (V/A)  Escho  *   0:03:53 (Pop‑up)
Teppop  Spade Exp   Options Aesjo (V/A)  Escho  *   0:05:49 (Pop‑up)
Various  Ritmo de Caja   Options LCDD (V/A)  Bimbo Tower  *   0:07:51 (Pop‑up)
Katapulto  Karaoke Megablast   Options Purity and Danger  Free Music Archive  *   0:09:57 (Pop‑up)
Welcome Wizard  Racoon Balloon   Options Rabies Split w/ Night Owl  Free Music Archive  *   0:12:06 (Pop‑up)
Lucky Dragons  Morning Ritual   Options Dream Island Laughing Language  Free Music Archive    0:15:13 (Pop‑up)
Audace  Berger Blanc   Options Flipper  Free Music Archive    0:17:35 (Pop‑up)
Starpause  Safari   Options 20k9d  Free Music Archive    0:20:36 (Pop‑up)
Invaders From Sears  Sweater   Options Fork Yer Porker  Free Music Archive  *   0:27:59 (Pop‑up)
Gangpol & Mit  Third Armrest Betrays Alien Origin Of New Military Plane   Options Winter (V/A)  Free Music Archive    0:30:16 (Pop‑up)
Max Tundra  Lysine   Options Live at WFMU on Talk's Cheap 1/20/2009  Free Music Archive    0:31:53 (Pop‑up)
Candy Claws  Pony Rides   Options Spring (V/A)  Free Music Archive    0:36:11 (Pop‑up)
Appetite  Pedal Pusher   Options Singles  Free Music Archive  *   0:39:02 (Pop‑up)
The Jerker  Wendy   Options Volume I  Free Music Archive    0:40:37 (Pop‑up)
Yximalloo  Peter Is Back   Options Unpop  Free Music Archive    0:43:30 (Pop‑up)
Uncle Woody Sullender  Papa, Help Me Across   Options Nothing Is Certain But Death  Free Music Archive    0:45:47 (Pop‑up)
Ofir Klemperer  Pockets   Options No 14  Free Music Archive  *   0:50:03 (Pop‑up)
Lame Drivers  (Secret Track)   Options Launchpad2-Demoverse  Free Music Archive  *   0:52:29 (Pop‑up)
Gary Wilson  NY Surf   Options Live on Scott W's show at WFMU May 17 2002  Free Music Archive    0:56:51 (Pop‑up)
Fourtet  DJ Mix 2009 (excerpt)   Options Much Love to the Plastic People: DJ Mix 2009    *   1:06:04 (Pop‑up)
Eleven Pond  Portugal   Options Bas Relief  Dark Entries    1:12:12 (Pop‑up)
Puerto Rico Flowers  This Is Murder   Options 4  Fan Death  *   1:16:52 (Pop‑up)
Mantles  Drone   Options Yeti 8 (V/A)  Yeti  *   1:20:40 (Pop‑up)
The Mint Chicks  Crush   Options Stroke: Songs For Chris Knox (V/A)  Amaj000  *   1:25:15 (Pop‑up)
The Magnetic Fields  You Must Be Out Of Your Mind   Options Realism  Nonesuch  *   1:29:27 (Pop‑up)
Citay  Secret Breakfast   Options Dream Get Together  Dead Oceans  *   1:32:33 (Pop‑up)
Electric Bunnies  Psychic Lemonade   Options Through the Magical Door  Florida's Dying  *   1:37:54 (Pop‑up)
Tonstartssbandht  Tahiti Nui   Options Dick Nights  Does Are  *   1:40:38 (Pop‑up)
Tyvek  You, You, You   Options Blunt Instrumental EP  Night People  *   1:44:18 (Pop‑up)
Sleepwall  Polygon   Options Sleepwall  Ripe  *   1:48:06 (Pop‑up)
Mazing Vids  Insects   Options Drastic Mirth  Stricken  *   1:59:12 (Pop‑up)
PC Worship  Side A, Track 2   Options NYC Stone Age  Shdwply  *   2:02:01 (Pop‑up)
Ty Segall & Mikal Cronin  Drop Dead Baby   Options Reverse Shark Attack  Kill Shaman  *   2:04:27 (Pop‑up)
Pierced Arrows  Paranoia   Options Descending Shadows  Vice  *   2:06:53 (Pop‑up)
Grong Grong  Japanese Train Driver   Options To Hell N' Back  Memorandum    2:12:42 (Pop‑up)
Red Dawn II  Bleeds We / Kidnap'd Hitchhike   Options Live  Party Store    2:16:00 (Pop‑up)
Fucked Up  Generation   Options Couple Tracks  Matador  *   2:19:56 (Pop‑up)
AC/DC  Big Gun   Options Backtracks  Columbia    2:23:22 (Pop‑up)
Oneida  Brownout in Lagos   Options Rated O  Jagjaguwar/Brah    2:27:41 (Pop‑up)
Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band  The Sun Is Down! (Cornelius Mix)   Options The Sun Is Down!  Chimera    2:45:56 (Pop‑up)
Paul White  Time Wars / City Bright Lights   Options The Strange Dreams of Paul White  One-Handed  *   2:50:45 (Pop‑up)
Pregnant  One Thing To Be Sure Of   Options Ike Wimin  KDVS  *   2:54:25 (Pop‑up)
Zs  Nobody Wants to Be Had   Options Buck  Gilgongo    2:56:41 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  12:04pm Huh:

Thought for sure this was suicide
  12:05pm Carmichael:

Happy Monday, Liz.
  12:18pm Liz B.:

Hi everyone, happy February!
  12:30pm Chris:

Hey Liz. Love the Grammy's tribute. All these bands had great performances last night...wait, that was a dream I had.
  12:36pm Liz B.:

Beyond Beyonce.
  12:38pm Carmichael:

I dreamt Jeff Beck was playing "How High the Moon", with a female self-multi-tracking vocalist. That's too crazy to have ever been real.
  12:42pm Chris:

Swifter than Swift.
  12:44pm Ike:

Grammys? Are those some kind of sandwiches, or an organization for hipster grandmothers, or what?
  12:46pm Carmichael:

Dude, where have you been? I suppose you also don't remember the Starland Vocal Band, the most deserving of Grammy winners.
  12:47pm north guinea hills:

speaking of hipster grandmothers, what about something from the Baby Grandmothers, that Swedish psyche band from the late 60's. Subliminal Sounds just reissued their sounds.........
  12:52pm north guinea hills:

...and very nice plucking from uncle woody, always fun seeing him live....
  12:52pm Tom:

Uncle Woody = Bill Orcutt tackling Carter Family. Pretty good.
  12:53pm dc pat:

speaking of Baby Gramps, how about something from Baby Gramps?
  12:57pm Tom:

Baby Gramps and Stampfel are making an album.
  12:58pm david from ks.:

o wow!!! i luved the original wendy also[wuz that by the descendents?],,,,really good show this week liz, your marvelously wonderful in your dj skillisticks...
  1:07pm harvey:

Im gonna see OM in a few hours WOMP WOMP
  1:08pm Sandy in Houston:

I got arrested for water balloons and it might go to jury trial. Ha!
  1:08pm dc pat:

ho jeeze, Liz B opening the flood gates...
  1:08pm Carmichael:

Liz, wear a T-shirt that says, "Kill 'em all, let God sort 'em out."
  1:08pm doc labyrinth:

i inadvertently got out of jury duty by looking like a bum
  1:10pm Liz B.:

Sandy, please elaborate on the water balloon story, that sounds crazy!
  1:12pm Alan:

Okay to get outta jury dooty;

Tell them honestly...when asked about impartiality, that I can spot a guilty person a mile away", say it with real conviction and gusto!
  1:12pm dc pat:

In DC you you get called up for jury duty 2 years like clockwork. sux.
  1:13pm dc pat:

..or just say "my beliefs will not permit me to make an impartial decision"
  1:14pm Chris:

as teenager was stopped by the police once and had a box of water balloons in the back seat - we told them we where chucking them at drunk college kids. The cops laughed and didn't seem to care
  1:15pm doc labyrinth:

i was pulled over in highschool for throwing water balloons as well..no jury, but i had to pay a way too exorbitantly high ticket
  1:19pm To Harvey:

I just bought conference of the birds. It's so good. Where are OM playing?
  1:19pm Carmichael:

Whenever you're asked a question, respond with, "What's in it for me?"
  1:20pm Tom:

This was the last trial I received a jury summons for. I wasn't picked -

  1:23pm Chris:

Liz, when you go wear a heavy coat with big deep pockets filled with water balloons...I bet they don't pick you
  1:23pm doc labyrinth:

we're gonna have a tv party tonight
  1:25pm Chris:

Dig the Mantles!!!!
  1:27pm david from ks.:

perhaps they found the water to be "heavy" and came to the conclusion it was a threat to their cell reproduction and survivability........maybe
  1:31pm Sandy in Houston:

my friend and I had just 4 filled water balloons, and the second car we hit was an angry off duty police officer who slamed on her brakes and the car behind her hit her and we ran across the street to get snacks but then she saw us and got like 3 police cars to come arrest us and we went to jail. and we go to court again on my birthday, we've been to court like 6 times already.
  1:33pm doc labyrinth:

wow sandy, well it's good to know that our justice system is working efficiently. like i always say, priorities, priorities, priorities!
  1:36pm Sandy in Houston:

yes indeed. My lawyer is totally rad, he mostly does death penalty cases and most of his other clients are really mean. he has a cowboy hat. and his office has bronze statues of cowboys riding horses.
  1:37pm david from ks.:

so much for her defensive driving skills[ill bet she smeared her lipstick application]
  1:37pm doc labyrinth:

nothing says trust in a lawyer like a western theme
  1:41pm david from ks.:

does he have a skateboard or at least a surfboard in his office ,now thatz rad maybe even tubular,,
  1:42pm Sandy in Houston:

she says we were throwing water bottles and broke her side mirror. I knew not to trust HPD, but this just goes to show. I'm just glad my best friend is my co defendant and I didn't have to go to jail by myself.
  1:45pm doc labyrinth:

where are these guys from? this is awesome
  1:45pm Liz B.:

Jeez Sandy, that is a bad situation. I hope it doesn't go to trial and that the cop just mellows out over it.
  1:47pm Liz B.:

Tonstartssbandht are from NYC.
  1:48pm Sandy in Houston:

Thanks Liz, I hope so too, but I think the cop would have mellowed by now... this happened back in September.
  1:58pm Chris:

as an ex-chicago cop told me once, if it's civilian vs the police, the police win...unless you have a really good lawyer.
  1:58pm Duncan:

I have been summoned for Feb 25.
  1:59pm Kurt:

Why would you want to get out of it? It's part of the cost of living in democracy. Would you want to be tried by a jury consisting of people who had nothing better to do?
  2:00pm dc pat:

man, next time I go to Houston, I will NOT go to Houston.
  2:02pm doc labyrinth:

yes kurt, i would. if people have nothing to lose there is nothing clouding their judgement
  2:02pm Marshall Stacks:

Bravo, Kurt.

Besides, chances are you'll be excused. Most cases don't go to trial.
  2:02pm Brian:

But Liz, we need good, non-dimwits like you on juries, especially criminal juries to make sure DAs arent railroading defendants, as I know often happens in California, and probably New Jersey and NYC too.
  2:03pm Lewis:

Kurt beat me to the point I was going to make. It is definitely a civic duty and the more people who are articulate and thoughtful participate the better our judicial system outcomes are likely to be. That said, my experience is that being smart and articulate makes it hard to be appointed.
  2:04pm dc pat:

Lewis: yeah I know, I get chosen ALL the time....HEY!
  2:06pm doc labyrinth:

in my experience, trials are just drawn out productions in which logic and good sense take a back seat to manipulation and double talk.
  2:06pm Waldo:

This worked for me: At random intervals throughout the selection process simply shout, "No, YOU'RE out of order!!" at no one in particular.
  2:06pm Chris:

Jurys are for people who can afford it...most people in prison are there because they are too poor to go to trail...it's a sick system.
  2:07pm Marshall Stacks:

... and you're sure to get at least one good story out of jury duty.

Make sure to bring a book. And some music. And another book.
  2:08pm doc labyrinth:

yeah, if we're going to talk about the merits of living in a democracy, the justice/legal system we have in place is certainly not one of them. maybe IDEALLY trial by jury would be a good thing...
  2:13pm numbatwombat:

the new pierced arrows stuff is the jam! dead moon rattle my house frequently and this is starting to! good luck to all in their struggles with the imperial justice system.
  2:14pm Brian:

Here's a likely wat to get off a jury: wear a WFMU t-shirt and when you are asked about it, which will likely happen, rant against corporate controlled mass media and the related doltification of the public. DAs don't like people like that.
  2:14pm Marshall Stacks:

Chris, I'm sure you worded things that way to fit into this tiny text box, since everyone knows that a criminal defendant is entitled to representation by counsel, regardless of ability to pay. And all defendants have the right to request a trial by jury. Quality of counsel is something else, of course.

No system that involves human beings will ever work in the theoretically "ideal" way. We're too clever for that.
  2:14pm Sandy in Houston:

There really isn't any justice, I get to go to trial if I feel like it because I can afford my lawyer and time off from work, but my co defendant cannot afford time off from work or the possibility of a conviction on her record so she might plead guilty and be on probation. Justice is a big gamble, especially the way criminal records work against people. The system is fucked and arrests seem to cause more harm than good often.
  2:15pm Pete:

yeah, grong gron is da real shidd
  2:17pm Jean:

uuuuh so big comments, i heard americans must speak everytime..
  2:18pm doc labyrinth:

word up to the grong grong
  2:18pm Justice:

Can't be this bad in Houston:
  2:18pm Brian:

Public defenders are usually overworked, but they are also usually better at criminal defense than some person from the phone book. If you can afford the best, you definitely have a better chance, but the PDs are generally not as bad as people seem to think.

And Sandy is right -- often people plead guilty to things they didnt do to avoid the real possibility of conviction and significantly longer sentences. Unfortunately public defenders are somewhat likely to go along with this lesser of two bad results process.
  2:18pm Chris:

MS - plea bargaining; its when you are told the risk of losing at trial so it becomes a safer bet to agree to a lesser charge because you can't afford a good laywer...a way around our rights...that's our wonderful legal system
  2:20pm William:

illuminati here???
  2:21pm zoot:

Here's an interesting article about a dc jury:
Gene Weingarten usually writes humorous pieces. He's got a Pulitzer under his belt, and he's worth reading.
  2:23pm Chris:

oh, sandy made the point 1st
  2:24pm doc labyrinth:

yes! always love me some fucked up
  2:26pm Kurt:

Anyone with a better system of justice than trial by jury, please pipe up. Sadly the quality of our justice system is dragged down by those otherwise intelligent people who refuse to participate. (Oddly, these are often the same ones who complain the loudest).
  2:26pm Waldo:

Another way: Constantly refer to the judge as Alex, and phrase all your responses in the form of question.
  2:26pm Lenny:

fucked up sounds like listening too much motorhead
  2:27pm Chris:

Hey Liz. Can you stay on an extra couple hours - loving the tunes.
  2:28pm dc pat:

tell me the Pierced Arrows guy doesn't sound like Bon Scott.
  2:28pm doc labyrinth:

i think we should put all of our differences regarding america's legal system aside and enjoy us some ac/dc
  2:31pm Carmichael:

I thought the Pierced Arrows guy was Amanda, until I read the playlist.
  2:31pm Cheri Pi:

Love the Big Gun, nice to hear AC/DC songs that haven't been worn thin (yet)
  2:32pm numbatwombat:

fred cole and bon scott are both like 60's garage dudes through which the power of the rock flows at unreasonable levels so parallel evolution is to be expected!
  2:33pm Johnni Wrongface:

kool song
  2:34pm numbatwombat:

ac/dc and pierced arrows should tour all the 24-hr wal-marts of the global village and play at peak traffic hours like tiffany in the mall! that would be so rad!
  2:36pm esch oder anarchie!:

I wanted 10c for the dryer - yes, that was how we met ... what song is thisin the background?
  2:36pm Waldo:

Even better: Give a straight answer to every question, but then pause briefly and add "Final answer!"
  2:37pm doc labyrinth:

you should go with glenn danzig. you can't beat the 5'4" man of steel!
  2:37pm numbatwombat:

you should dress up as glenn danzig dressed up as angus! devil lock w/ schoolboy pants! score!
  2:37pm dc pat:

  2:38pm numbatwombat:

play some danzig?
  2:41pm Chris:

yeah, do a mash-up, go as DANGUS.
  2:41pm numbatwombat:

dangus! thats great! anzig?
  2:42pm Duncan:

I served on a very exciting dental malpractice suit last time.
  3:00pm Ike:

I served on a fairly dull civil case in Newark but the courtrooms were beautiful -- really nice architecture -- but very strange melange of tunnels and hallways connecting some of the buildings.
  3:01pm Simon:

I watched with fellow jurors a cockroach crawl across a conference room table. For an hour. Until somebody came in and said the case got settled.
  3:04pm a guy in a chair in a cube:

I was dismissed by the prosecution from a weed trafficking case because I was pro legalization. Me and a few others.
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