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Frank Bretschneider  We Can Remember It For You Wholesale   Favoriting Rhythm    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Technical Drawings  Interminable Spectral Mountains   Favoriting The Ruined Map    0:03:01 (Pop-up)
Matmos  Cloth Mother / Wire Mother   Favoriting Quasi-objects    0:08:25 (Pop-up)
Boston Typewriter Orchestra  ?     oh youtube...  0:13:54 (Pop-up)
.  Enyete   Akom: The Art of Possession    0:17:51 (Pop-up)
  Trumpet Orchestra   Anthology of World Music: Africa: The Dan    0:23:27 (Pop-up)
    Waza: Blue Nile — Sudan    0:27:42 (Pop-up)
  Zavan   Cameroun: Flûtes des Monts Mandara    0:32:51 (Pop-up)
  Song of Rejoicing After Returning from a Hunt   Anthology of World Music: Africa: The Ba-Benzélé Pygmies    0:37:01 (Pop-up)
  Nzombi   Aka Pygmy Music    0:41:20 (Pop-up)
  Music for the Buma Dance   Cameroon: Baka Pygmy Music    0:43:39 (Pop-up)
  Propitiatory Song for the Hunt   Central African Republic    0:54:38 (Pop-up)
  Dance Music   Central African Republic    0:58:17 (Pop-up)
 
Brise-Glace  In Sisters All and Felony   Favoriting In Sisters All and Felony / Angels on Installment Plan    1:06:09 (Pop-up)
Karpaty Magiczne  Spiewajace Misy   Favoriting Księga Utopii    1:11:23 (Pop-up)
Karpaty Magiczne  Taniec z gor   Favoriting Księga Utopii    1:15:13 (Pop-up)
Catherine Ribeiro + Alpes  Voyage I   Favoriting 2Bis    1:19:58 (Pop-up)
Six Organs of Admittance  Race for Vishnu   Favoriting Six Organs of Admittance    1:25:30 (Pop-up)
Taj Mahal Travellers  1st July 1971   Favoriting Live at Moderna Museet in Stockholm    1:35:02 (Pop-up)
Laurie Spiegel  Sediment   Favoriting   As heard in the hunger games!  2:34:43 (Pop-up)
 
Vittorio Gelmetti  Treni d'Onda a Modulazione d'Intensità   Favoriting Musiche Elettroniche    2:47:15 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  12:05pm
mike noble in nyc:

good afternoon. what's for lunch?
  12:06pm
t:

Bryce, I feel weird.
  12:06pm
George of Troy:

Ahoy Bryce!
  12:06pm
jk:

I like where this is headed already.
falafel for lunch!
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bryce:

hey, all!
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bryce:

t, you may be weird
  12:07pm
βrian:

Bryce Biryani.
  12:07pm
Mike East:

Afghan Chicken kebab on the way
  12:07pm
steve:

heyo
  12:12pm
maximilian:

cat cranium for feed
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bryce:

howdydooo
  12:13pm
maximilian:

india too much curry powder
  12:13pm
allan:

gateway to the weekend
  12:13pm
bruceleh:

Red's All Natural Steak Buritto w/ Kraft Deli American cheese and some Heinz organic ketchup (make with real sugar, not corn syrup)
  12:14pm
maximilian:

i already have someone in mind i think should be able to make it to this show
  12:15pm
maximilian:

i only started listenning to dino felipe only recently alot of the stuff is really mental hygiene quality
  12:16pm
mike noble in nyc:

now that i'm back in midtown for a few weeks... should i pace myself or go back to my former daily halal meat habit?
  12:16pm
Cecile:

it's only a couple of weeks, go for it.
  12:16pm
mike noble in nyc:

should i go get some trini-paki goat biryani? or some famous halal guys lamb?
  12:17pm
steve:

i wish i was have pizza at Pizza Suprema... that stuff is like crack
  12:17pm
Cecile:

lamb.
  12:18pm
Ike:

Are the Trini-Pak guys back at 43rd & 6th? I wish I still worked in midtown.
  12:18pm
northguineahills:

juggling Steinski & Bryce...
  12:19pm
the best a man can get:

why do i suddenly feel like shaving?
  12:19pm
maximilian:

oh and the recipes oh mai godsh
  12:19pm
"Baaaa":

Have some halal seitan.
  12:20pm
jk:

miracle 5 reference!
  12:20pm
Sonic Youth:

Seitan is boring.
  12:20pm
allan:

@cecile- the sandwich formerly known as wilbur's has mock duck. st paul improving on my behalf
  12:21pm
jk:

keepin it local, Boston.
  12:21pm
northguineahills:

I think I'll cook up some yakisoba from scratch, gotta see what veggies I have.
  12:21pm
Sonic Youth:

AWESOME!
Also, didja hear, Eclipse records opened up by the Amsterdam?
  12:22pm
Cecile:

uh, that's right, Sonic Youth...
  12:22pm
mike noble in nyc:

@Ike -- trini paki boys were at that location at least up until january 2011 when i moved away. and i think i've been back once or twice since then. maybe i will investigate today. get some doubles and biryani.
  12:22pm
Annoying Commercial Kid:

What's a yakisoba?
  12:22pm
annie:

halal, schmalal..... it's all smoke and mirrors
  12:23pm
Cecile:

hahahahaha annie.
  12:23pm
Viet Nam:

Seitan rocks!
  12:24pm
allan:

i see that eclipse...
  12:25pm
steve:

seitan soaked in anything and slow cooked for an hour is always good
  12:26pm
Mr Donut:

Good Friday or Black Friday? Anyway, PBJ for me
  12:26pm
annie:

bryce, you're still nice.... or according to the new standard established in oregon for spell-check being allowed on final exams: bryce your still nice,
  12:26pm
Cheri Pi:

I love seitan in all it's delicious forms.
  12:26pm
Sommelier:

Halal seitan pairs well with Cabernet Franc.
  12:27pm
Ike:

@Mike Noble -- for a while they had to move across the street because of construction. I heard they moved back but I'm not sure. Haven't been in that area lately. Let me know if you find them.
  12:28pm
northguineahills:

Technically, yakisoba is just Japanese fried noodles. I just soak raw noodles in a tad of boiling water w/ sesame oil & fish sauce, once the water boils away it fries. I sometimes add chili peppers and veggies and/or eggs. When I was a kid in Japan (Navy brat), I took some Japanese cooking classes.
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bryce:

hahaaa hey, annie!
  12:29pm
northguineahills:

oh, I always add wakame.....
  12:29pm
allan:

http://cache1.bigcartel.com/product_images/47898209/bartflat.jpg
  12:31pm
Annoying Commercial Kid:

No, seriously, I ask this in the damn Maruchan yakisoba commercial. Every time! All the questions I could ask. Besides, I think the right answer is, "repurposed ramen packets." Yours sounds way better.
  12:31pm
Cheri Pi:

the way to get that real yakisoba taste is to use straight-up Worcestershire sauce; I use the fish-free kind as it tastes just as "authentic" as I remember it.
  12:31pm
annie:

:)
  12:32pm
tim from champaign:

Honk horn music?
  12:33pm
Mr Donut:

Maniac mummers
  12:35pm
northguineahills:

I can't stand fish-free worcestershire sauce. My gf got some, and it totally messes up my michelada recipe.
  12:35pm
northguineahills:

but, that's why I use Chinese/Thai (depending what's in the fridge) fish sauce.
  12:36pm
Parq:

Theme for a thousand clowns. (Though not necessarily for "A Thousand Clowns".)
  12:36pm
BSI:

Got my drunken noodle & caffeine pills. Lets DO this thing.
  12:36pm
Mike East:

Hold the phones- theres fish in worcestershire sauce? For real?
  12:37pm
Mr Donut:

Please pass the marble puree
  12:37pm
Annoying Commercial Kid:

I didn't know there was fish-free worchestershire sauce. Well, sever the ties to Roman garum for real, dudes.

Yes, anchovies.
  12:37pm
βrian:

http://weirdcombinations.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/Squid-Brand-Fish-Sauce.JPG
Nice and stinky. The way I like it.
  12:38pm
northguineahills:

My culinary skills have really improved since I've been unemployed. I have plenty of time and patience.
  12:38pm
Brian:

I found some Vietnamese fish sauce that could be used as a chemical weapon...
  12:39pm
Cecile:

That was me, replying to Brian.
  12:39pm
Mike East:

I think I need to start using more Worcestershire sauce then.
  12:39pm
northguineahills:

garum, always been curious if anyone could make the real deal based on historical accounts. But, then again, I tried hákarl when I was in Iceland.
  12:41pm
maximilian:

alot of fucking typing thats gerat can i get dino felipe in this stuff
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bryce:

hey tim--
www.flickr.com...
  12:42pm
Cecile:

ngh, I think there is a far more refined version available now. It's a milder condiment which I am also trying to find for my friend who will eat anything.

Is that the shark they bury in the ground? I think he is trying to order some by mail.
  12:42pm
annie:

so, anyone have a great recipe for home-made mayo using olive oil and eggs?
  12:43pm
Cecile:

garum colatura is what it's called now
  12:45pm
Ike:

I've been thinking about trying that, @Annie, but w/a milder oil like canola (that's rapeseed to our friends in Europe). Olive oil would make olive oil-y mayo, not neutral enough, yeah? A friend gave me some tips but I forgot them already....
  12:46pm
northguineahills:

@Cecile: Hákarl is fermented buried shark. Tastes alright, but the ammonia fumes from your stomach will destroy your olfactory receptors.
  12:46pm
Cheri Pi:

I watched a frenchman in France make it by hand, the eggs have to be warm; that's all I remember. there's a lot of whisking, he used a fork and lots of olive oil.
  12:49pm
βrian:

Tradition has it that you must always stir in the same direction. Never reverse. A wooden spoon is de rigueur, some say.
  12:49pm
Carmichael:

HI Bryce and all you foodies. I was thinking pizza today, instead of aloo gobi and naan.
  12:50pm
Cecile:

I think you can make a great blender mayo.
  12:50pm
Carmichael:

Yes Cecile, just use marbles.
  12:53pm
βrian:

The blender works (but you must *never* admit it).
  12:53pm
annie:

ike i avoid all rapeseed, just in principle, so it would definitely be olive oil. i see sally fallon has a decent recipe, but she call for lemon juice, which i avoid.. i'll try that one.
  12:53pm
BSI:

The drunken noodle had 3 pepper icons on the takeout menu, but I'd give it a solid 2.
  12:55pm
Cheri Pi:

I had Pad Thai for lunch. that's my pasta ration for the month.
  12:55pm
Mike East:

@BSI - call them and demand the third pepper.
  12:57pm
Ike:

How about soybean or peanut oil? Olive oil is too strong for that IMO. Kind of pricey too. Although, if the French do it, well... maybe.
  12:57pm
βrian:

Now there's a band name: The 3-pepper Icons.
  12:59pm
BSI:

It's one of the great puzzles of the universe: How many scoville units should it take to get from 2 pepper icons to that much-beloved TRUE three?
  1:02pm
Ike:

I'm not too keen on lemon juice either, but most mayo recipes call for it. I would try lime juice instead.

I don't use much canola oil generally, but I can only boycott so many things.
  1:03pm
northguineahills:

@BSI:, In my experience, w/ 3 peppers, your lucky to get 3000 Scoville units, unless you add "(respective culinary ethnicity) hot"., then you might get above 5000.
  1:05pm
Carmichael:

I just bought canola oil, as a sub for peanut and/or vegetable oil.

As for the 3 icon pepper, the ghost chili sets the modern standard at a whopping 1 MILLION Scovilles. I understand some asshole in Australia is cloning it to get an even hotter one.
  1:06pm
Ike:

Try saying "pet pet" at a Thai restaurant, if it's run by actual Thai people. That might get you 5000 Scovilles or more.
  1:07pm
northguineahills:

I have some naga jolokia hot sauce, two drops will do it! I was in a ghost (naga jolokia) pepper eating contest two summers ago, most retarded contest I've ever entered.
  1:09pm
Mr Donut:

That Dance Music could have been marbles in a slow motion wooden blender
  1:10pm
Caryn:

It seems as if WFMU and the Food Network have their comments boards mixed up...
  1:10pm
Cecile:

All of the heat means nothing if the other spices are off.
I'm finding a moderate number of Scovilles just fine.
  1:11pm
BSI:

Of course if you're a pasty white guy (guilty) ordering things HOT/SPICY, there's always a risk of, shall we say, "charitable interpretation" of the request. Somewhere there's a secret handshake that means "just stop smirking dammit and make it family-style..."
  1:12pm
Carmichael:

I'm suprised you can taste anything anymore, ngh: http://tinyurl.com/794vulk
  1:13pm
BSI:

@Cecile: amen to that.
  1:13pm
allan:

all this scoville talk just seems like dick measuring for food geeks. life lasts way too long.
  1:14pm
Carmichael:

Just another Friday, Caryn. I'd never eat one of those; I just like talking about it. Guess I am a food geek, Allan. Dick or not.
  1:15pm
still b/p:

I'm going to heat and eat Trader Joe's packaged pad thai for lunch. I'm gonna do it. And then I reckon I'll be sleeeeeepy.
  1:15pm
northguineahills:

When I visit my gf's friends/family in Mexico, they're surprised a gringo has a higher heat threshold then they do (many of them don't like spicey food).
That said, i rather have better tasting spices then just heat in itself, but once a month I need to eat an habanero for the endorphin rush. (just planted some new habanero seed).
  1:18pm
Cecile:

Well, I ask for extra jalapeno at the sandwich formerly knows as Wilber's, and they put plenty on. It gets a little intense toward the end of the sandwich, but it's still delicious. And you DO get that rush.
  1:18pm
Caryn:

And just for the record, had a curry chicken calzone and fries for lunch. And I loathe chilis, so this Scoville talk is sooooo uninteresting to me. Give me a zero Scoville dish and I'm fine.
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bryce:

bsi, i usually widen my eyes & tell the person taking the order to "tell the kitchen i'm thai...."
  1:19pm
Cecile:

hahaha, caryn.

I love chilis so much, but I pace myself.
  1:20pm
Cheri Pi:

I love spicy & hot food. Generally I'm a Tabasco addict. I could never eat a raw hot pepper though, it needs to be blended into the food for me.
  1:20pm
BSI:

First time I heard of the "scoville" system, it seemed surreal. You shouldn't be able to measure magic. Good is just good.
  1:21pm
allan:

my normal lunch is a mayonnaise sandwich and a glass of warm milk.
  1:21pm
Cecile:

hahahahaha, allan
  1:21pm
BSI:

To paraphrase the great Mr.Natural "If you have to ask, don't MESS with it!"
  1:21pm
northguineahills:

Chilli's aren't default, many cuisines are fine w/o heat. However, when it works well, I love it. Some days I want extreme heat, others, just "meh" heat.
  1:22pm
βrian:

Me too. Love 'em. I think of them as displacing salt. I sneak tiny amounts of cayenne into dishes I serve culinary scaredy cats. They only notice the wonderful flavor.
  1:22pm
Cecile:

now, I have two friends whose sense of tasting is messed and who love hot food because it actually gives them some kind of sensation while eating.
  1:24pm
annie:

ike i have to avoid all citrus, and i'm pretty sure it's used mostly as a preservative. my fats of choice are butter or olive oil, pretty much. any alternative has to be organic from a brand i trust
  1:24pm
Cecile:

It's interesting but I also have another two friends with immune system disorders. They can't do chot or black pepper, but enjoy plenty of ginger, garlic, horseradish.
  1:24pm
Cecile:

hot or black pepper...
  1:28pm
northguineahills:

I can't have citrus on an empty stomach. It sucks, b/c I used to love oranges/grapefruits/juice for breakfast until I got really sick when I was 16.
  1:28pm
allan:

my friend only eats ramen peanut butter and cigarettes. he says the shapes and textures of other foods bother him. i think he's autistic but dont know how to start that conversation with a grown man
  1:30pm
Caryn:

Loathe chili peppers, but do occasionally use sweet chili sauce in my cooking. Prefer using other spices and herbs, and love garlic and horseradish. My brother is a heat addict, though. After getting obsessed with piri piri sauce in Portugal, he made a stew with half a bottle of it...
  1:30pm
annie:

yup.... that's it right there ngh, empty stomach.. and i LOVED citrus!!! now i dole it out sparingly...and it makes me cry to see so many chicken recipes now with lemon or lime... puulleeze!
  1:32pm
Wendy del Formaggio:

Hi Bryce!
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bryce:

hey, you!
  1:34pm
northguineahills:

Stares at bag of oranges my gf bought wantonly, makes a sad face.
  1:34pm
Ike:

Hmm, I might've eaten too many Trader Joe's vacuum fried banana chips.
  1:35pm
Caryn:

@allan: reminds me of a show they have on some channel about helping people who only eat one or two types of food, like dry toast. There was some girl on who only ate baked beans because she had a phobia of choking on food... They had to slowly train her to eat other foods. She couldn't even recognise what a tomato was.
  1:35pm
listener james from westwood:

this talk of spices reminds me to check on the chili i have thawing on the stove. it leans toward the spicy side, which some call hot i suppose. i call these sort of people "guests i don't invite over for chili"
  1:38pm
Dead Corporate Eyes*:

Through clever and constant application of propaganda, people can be made to see paradise as hell, and also the other way round, to consider the most wretched sort of life as paradise.
  1:40pm
Dead Corporate Eyes*:

Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it
  1:40pm
BSI:

YAY TIMES INFINITY! ... for the Taj Mahal Travellers piece....
  1:41pm
allan:

@caryn whoa that sounds right.

lunch today: a bag of oranges and a bag of habaneros, aint eaten anything all day. see y'all on the other side. really tho lunchtime
  1:42pm
Caryn:

All this talk compelled me to get an orange from the kitchen. It's snowing outside...
  1:43pm
fancylouie:

hey, look at these while listening to this music you're playing...

http://www.wired.com/underwire/2012/04/antique-photos-animated-gifs/?pid=6568
  1:44pm
Cecile:

have a great lunch, allan.
  1:47pm
Caryn:

Looking over the playlist, the opening Bretschneider track reminds me that I'm conflicted. Should I feel pissed that there's a "Total Recall" remake, or be happy they made it a remake and not a sequel?
  1:48pm
Cheri Pi:

what album is this brycey?
  1:48pm
Cheri Pi:

ok, now I see it.
  1:49pm
dc pat:

man keep missing the really important conversations today. Alls I have to say is Tobasco, Shriracha, and El Yucatan (green)...
  1:50pm
dc pat:

Ike should there be an apostrophe in "all's"?
  1:52pm
mike noble in nyc:

@Ike - trini-paki boys still present at SE corner of 43rd and 6th. currently looking at chicken biryani & doubles!
  1:52pm
Cheri Pi:

Yes DC Pat, I concur
  1:53pm
northguineahills:

Shriracha doesn't agree w/ my stomach, must be one of the preservatives. It's a pain when you go to a SE Asian restaurant and their house hot sauce is made w/ Shriracha.
  1:54pm
Caryn:

Speaking of foods, the people who brought us Baconnaise, bacon envelopes, bacon salt, bacon popcorn, bacon sunflower seeds (sensing a pattern here...), ketchup salt, bacon lube and bacon lip balm have now brought out a bacon coffin.
  1:54pm
Cecile:

I like Grace Hot Sauce. It's Jamaica's version of Tabasco, made with sugar cane vinegar. amazing.
  1:55pm
Nugh Ferty:

My palms are sweaty
  1:55pm
Mike East:

I'm usually Cholula or Tapatio
  1:56pm
Mr Donut:

Don't forget bacon bandaids
  1:56pm
dc pat:

I will try Cecile. I tried a ton of new fangled hot sauces but always go back to the trusty ones. Same with beer--endless amounts of "micro-brews" but always go back to Europe.
  1:56pm
northguineahills:

yeah, I used to buy Grace when I lived in a Caribbean neighborhood. Now I have to go to a spice specialty store in Manhattan to get decent hot sauce, otherwise, I have to make it myself.
  1:57pm
Nugh Ferty:

I did Technical Drawing at school. Lots of 3D drawings of shapes and stuff. Completely useless.
  1:58pm
dc pat:

this is really cool with headphones...
  1:59pm
Caryn:

@Mr Donut: and to supplement your WFMU t-shirt collection, a t-shirt with an Atari logo made of bacon strips.
  1:59pm
Caryn:

Yep, this sounds like the echo you get at the Moderna Museet.
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bryce:

make a teapot!
  2:04pm
Carmichael:

You went and said it, Pat: microbrew. I have an afterwork event now scheduled with myself.
As for hot sauce, I always end up with the Tabasco in front of me. I've tried Cholula, Habanero Sunshine, etc ... but can't stick with 'em. But I do love that vinegar Tang! whilst I'm burning.
  2:04pm
ms_a:

but i don't want a bacon teapot
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bryce:

YES YOU DO
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bryce:

a teaposseract
  2:07pm
annie:

bacon coffin is double-fold, for those who have lots of friends over for the cremation. there, i said it
  2:07pm
BSI:

This Travellers track reminds me... I first heard the CAN track "Aumgn" at about age 11 or 12. That's enough to screw a kid's brain forever. Probably explains a lot.
  2:07pm
Caryn:

Apparently, the bacon salt comes in 4 flavours: regular bacon, cheddar, jalapeno (see, a nice connection to the conversation) and applewood.
  2:08pm
Looms:

Trippy sounds as always, Bryce :)
  2:09pm
Caryn:

I find it hilarious that the bacon salts are "vegetarian and kosher". Hmm...
  2:12pm
fancylouie:

did you look at this yet? huh? why not?
http://www.wired.com/underwire/2012/04/antique-photos-animated-gifs/?pid=6564
  2:12pm
dc pat:

they are?? where can I get some bacon salts??
  2:12pm
Caryn:

Oh wait, there are also peppered, hickory and "natural" varieties.

Why am I suddenly obsessed with this info?
  2:12pm
Cecile:

it's probably TVP (soybean-derived) and smoked salt.
  2:12pm
Glenntern:

hey bryce
  2:13pm
northguineahills:

I enjoy Blair's hot sauce, just not the super hot ones, or any w/ capsaicin extract.
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bryce:

hey glenn!
  2:14pm
βrian:

Back from lunch. Excellent felafel with grilled eggplant, hummus, etc. Topped with homemade hot sauce, of course.
  2:15pm
Cecile:

ah, well, off for a break. later!
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bryce:

seeya, cecile! hi, looms!

hi bye hi bye hi bye hi bye hi bye hi
  2:16pm
Caryn:

@dc pat: http://store.baconsalt.com/Bacon-Salt_c_8.html

(The "8 days of kosher bacon" gift pack is kinda endearing. For drinkers, the bloody mary rim salt might be interesting.)
  2:16pm
Ike:

@DC Pat@1:50, no. You had it right the first time. Kudos.
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bryce:

alls well
  2:22pm
dc pat:

Thanks Ike, I've been wondering about this.

watch it bryce...
  2:24pm
Ike:

That's different and YOU KNOW IT, Bryce, you dirty apostrophe hippie!
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bryce:

:) ikebaiting!
  2:26pm
BSI:

Ampersand Beatnik over here.
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bryce:

&c.
  2:27pm
Carmichael:

Outta cite!
  2:29pm
Caryn:

This show is brought to you by the letter ü and the number e.
  2:30pm
/:

I was at Woodstroke, man
  2:32pm
Cheri Pi:

you've all lost your blender marbles.
  2:33pm
Caryn:

We haven't lost them, Cheri, they're just a little blended.
  2:35pm
BSI:

JEEZUS, man. My office is wobbling like a rubber eye filled with nitrogen geese.
  2:35pm
Mr Donut:

Caryn you are loaded
  2:35pm
BSI:

Geese grease, even!
Thorazine!
  2:36pm
Mr Donut:

with lots of great info! I'd much rather see a Total Recall sequel than remake, btw
  2:37pm
Caryn:

Oh, Mr Donut, as if you're not totally glazed...
  2:37pm
northguineahills:

Raphael Toral Recall.
  2:39pm
still b/p:

BSI -- you must read this, and you must compose your own version/response, and then post yours where we can read it:

http://tinyurl.com/3pdojp2

I did one. Great fun.
  2:40pm
Caryn:

I prefer a remake, because a remake leaves the original to still stand on its own. A sequel can sully the original. I mean, in a "Total Recall" sequel they would've had to deal with the "was the first movie real or a dream" question, and that just ruins things. Maybe I'm just hoping that they would've used a different name, since you're supposed to be making a version of the Dick book, not the other movie.
  2:43pm
βrian:

"Total Recall," the Original, is happening in Wisconsin June 5.
  2:43pm
Mr Donut:

"Honey, I'm home. I hed da weirdest dream! Wait, who are y -"
  2:45pm
Mr Donut:

Good "call" SSrian
  2:45pm
Caryn:

@still b/p: hah! Good lord, reminds me of the people who have readings of bad sex scenes from scifi and fantasy novels. Or that "Frasier" episode where he reads the bad romance novel and skips something like 7 pages of metaphors to get to the next part of the story.
  2:45pm
nic:

i LOVE this !!!!!!!!!!!
  2:47pm
BSI:

@still b/p: good lord.... I cannot compete!
There's not enough hibiscus morphine in the world...
  2:47pm
Caryn:

I think I'm even harsher on sequels than normal because they showed "Highlander II" on tv yesterday. Sheesh. Avoided it like the plague, but the memory still haunts me...
  2:47pm
still b/p:

The first time I encountered it, someone posted it as a scan jpeg of the two book pages, which made it even mo' better somehow.
  2:48pm
Carmichael:

As a member of the Governator's long-suffering former constituency, I would prefer to never see nor hear nor think of him again, in any capacity.
  2:48pm
Mr Donut:

Is Hunger Games worth seeing for its music?
  2:50pm
Ike:

No more Ikebaiting for you for a while. My boss comes back from Passover and then no more Ike-ments (exc. maybe when he is in a meeting, maybe I can get away w/comments then). But I'll be listening.
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bryce:

i was wondering why you could be here! goddamn that evil place.
  2:55pm
Mr Donut:

Just so the director doesn't go back and change the original. I bought THX1138 and was sad to see it full of CGI "improvements"
  2:55pm
still b/p:

bryce said goddamn on good friday! We all have to eat ashy fish or somethin'!
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bryce:

i ruined zombie christmas!
  2:59pm
stefica:

thanks for a great show, bryce!
  3:00pm
Mr Donut:

bu bye Bryce!
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bryce:

hey stef!! :)
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bryce:

bye mista d & everyone
  2:06pm
Jules:

Bryce you are a Wazzark
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