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The program formerly known as Seven Second Delay, and The Happiness Hut. Ken and Andy, also known as The Enema Boys, further lower WFMU's already abysmal standards on a weekly basis. Stunt radio which subjects the radio audience to concepts and topics which mature adults should not have to endure. Find the fatal flaw. (Visit homepage.)

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Options April 7, 2010: Encore edition, June 20, 2001 (The Forgotten Episode, Fascinating Word Origins)

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Listener comments!

  6:03pm G:

Forget it.
  6:10pm Secret Agent Man:

Now that you've brought it up, how can we forget it?
  6:11pm G:

Forget I said anything.
  6:26pm Adrian Monke:

Where do you think *my* name came from?
  6:27pm ric:

Ps & Qs (actually p and q) sorting out lead type in a print shop.
  6:29pm E.L.:

Thank you, ric, I was freaking out! I heard Mark Twain coined it but I can't confirm that.
  6:35pm Danne D:

Late to the rerun - was watching an old episode of what's my line with Joey Heatherton as the mystery guest.

(for reals)
  6:35pm O. B. Laden:

The infidels wasted their time on trivia, while I plotted mass slaughter. The pussies.
  6:36pm Danne D:

This sounds like a top that may have actually yielded a pathetic call from me.
  6:37pm Dick Shonarrie:

topic
  6:37pm Danne D:

Hey OBL - Go To Hell!

(for reals)
  6:38pm Ron:

The last caller was wrong about "Jeep." It was named after a popular character (at the time) from the Popeye comic. I believe it was Olive Oyl's dog.

That's my two cents.
  6:38pm O. B. Laden:

A cave in Waziristan is close, Danne Infidel.
  6:40pm Danne D:

Not close enough,,,,
  6:40pm Ron:

The last caller was wrong about "Jeep." It was named after a popular character (at the time) from the Popeye comic. I believe it was Olive Oyl's dog.

That's my two cents.
  6:40pm Danne D:

Wonders if they get FMU's stream in hell.
  6:42pm O. B. Laden:

Jeez? As if I am some sort of horrible person or something!
  6:43pm Danne D:

http://www.wordorigins.org/index.php/more/372/
  6:47pm ric:

Salt was a valuable commodity before refridgeration was widespread.
  6:49pm Danne D:

Think it's Rat Race that they are referring to.

good film, though it didn't hold a candle to "Moving" starring Richard Pryor.
  6:50pm E.L.:

I can't confirm that the Jeep was named after the Popeye character but the Jeep in the classic E.C. Segar Comic was a very valuable creature (Olive's pet— more like a cross between a cat and a monkey) that could predict the future with a wag of its tail. One of my favorite Segar strips. I had to chime in as a professional cartoonist. Wish I could find my favorite segment from that story line on the web— no luck. Cheap reproductions abound! Check them out!
  6:50pm Danne D:

Wonders if they show all of Andy's movies in hell.
  6:52pm Danne D:

That's cool E.L. though I gotta admit I thought the Jeep chacter was pretty annoying actually :)

(for reals)

Still I'll check 'em out.
  6:53pm Jeep:

Jeep Jeep!
  6:56pm E.L.:

I agree the Jeep wasn't much of a character, but the origin story of the Jeep had some of the best Wimpy moments and Mr. Chizzleflint (the villain) is one of my favorite comic strip villains.
  6:58pm Danne D:

Well your recommendation is good by me :)
  6:59pm E.L.:

Cheers!
  6:59pm Ron:

Hey E.L. -- I read that origin of "Jeep" story in a magaznie article about the influence of comics on American pop culture.
  7:02pm E.L.:

Cool! Thanks Ron.
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