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Options December 18, 2012: Miracle Nutrition with Hearty White

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Listener comments!

  7:02pm Mike East Riverwater:

bless you, Hearty White!
  7:02pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Happy anything and everything to every water body!

Hey, Mike!
  7:04pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Earl Grey -- love lavender!
  7:04pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Even pondwater -- or eau to Canoe.
  7:04pm Matthyou Springwater:

Earl Grey keeps your socks fresh.

Howdy Hearty White, and Heartyfolk!
  7:05pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

Gristly Greets, Hearty Listeners! Hiya Mike. I hope East Riverwater isn't as bad as Jonesy's Hot Dog Water?
  7:05pm Matthyou Springwater:

Evening, Ms. Kettlewater, Mr. Gristlecorn and Mr. Riverwater!
  7:05pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Thyou! How's it going?
  7:06pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

Even Earl Grey can't keep my socks fresh. Ask Honey. Hi Matt!
  7:06pm Devin Gristlewater:

Good afternight to human friends one and all! Hello, hello!
  7:06pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Hahahahaha! The Gristlecorn speaks the truth!
  7:07pm Matthyou Springwater:

Pretty fine, I can't wait to have a "thyou" later this evening!
  7:07pm Mike East Riverwater:

Philo - the water used for the proverbial "dirty water dog" is much cleaner that what you can expect to find in the East River, I suspect.
  7:08pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

Greets Devin! Allo Allo!
  7:08pm Devin Gristlewater:

What's this-- steeping your socks in Earl Grey makes them smell better?
  7:08pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Hey, Devin!

True story: Philo tried to make me believe his socks smell like popcorn when he was courting me from Helsinki. He needs an olfactory shutdown. ;)
  7:09pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

I wear a bra as infrequently as is decent to do so. So mostly I do not.
  7:10pm Matthyou Springwater:

@Honey: Say, I noticed they're playing Machaut on WFMU now! ;)
  7:10pm Fredericks:

  7:11pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

That's gotta be a first! And by a "thyou," I guess you mean "few"? Few of what?
  7:11pm Mike East Riverwater:

btw - Honeywater, I couldn't reply last week cuz I had a baby in my arms, but I have seen Kiki's delivery service and enjoyed it greatly, as I have most Miyazaki films - though I didn't really see the similarities between that and the Red Balloon. My favorite of his is Princess Mononoke.
  7:11pm Matthyou Springwater:

Fredericks der Grosse!
  7:11pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Howdy, Fredericks!!
  7:11pm Danne Duckcaller:

Hi Hearty Habitants :)
  7:12pm Danne Duckcaller:

@Fredericks Spoony thought I was you when I called in to Therese and Mike's show last week :)
  7:13pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Awww, Mike, you had a far FAR better occupation of your digits than typing at me! Do you have a tiny URL showing your tiny gURL? :)
  7:13pm Devin Gristlewater:

I like popcorn, but I'm not sure I'd want my socks smelling like them, because then my feet would smell like popcorn, and if my feet smelled like popcorn someone might try to eat them in the darkness of a movie theater. Then again, I go to those so rarely, it might not be too dangerous.

Still need to see Red Balloon (again) and Kiki's Delivery Service. Good to hear that Mike is already playing Hearty White for East Jr.
  7:13pm Matthyou Springwater:

@HW: Xmas shopping's done, but now I need to get vittles for the pantry--so I'll have to leave a bit early tonight (still at work computer), but can't wait to buy a "thyou" and drink 'em when I get back!

"Few" it is indeed--in Russian my name is Matfeo/Matfeev, other langs might have a specific 'f' sound there.
  7:13pm Devin Gristlewater:

Fredericks! Danne Duckcaller! Helloooo there!
  7:14pm Matthyou Springwater:

Howdy Mr. Duckcaller!
  7:14pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Hey, 'Caller!

Love your train of thought there, Devin.
  7:15pm Fredericks:

Hey Matt, Honey and Danne.

I was on hold, Danne, then I got disconnected.
  7:15pm Devin Gristlewater:

I wonder what a "trivisible man" would look like?
  7:16pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

@Mike I think the main connection between the two (KIKI & RED BALLOON) were a very similar cityscape, where you looked down upon the city from next to the pastry shop where Kiki worked. In RB there is a very similar scene, also with a store, making me think Miazaki was referencing that moment....
  7:17pm Fredericks:

Hiya, Devin. Missed you last time.
  7:17pm Devin Gristlewater:

I was here, wasn't I?
  7:18pm Matti:

Testing this connection...
  7:18pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

At least Honey tried to hide the smell of (old & moldy) popcorn with some delicious poached pears dipped in cinnamon, wine and other goodies..... it worked, but not a permanent cure.
  7:18pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

I believe you were, Devin, but maybe Fredericks was not?
  7:20pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Mmmm, those comice pears are delish!
  7:20pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Hey, Matti -- you're connected!
  7:21pm Matthyou Springwater:

I was recently thinking about people who subsist mainly on junk food, like popcorn/Cheetos--and future archaeologists examining their remains; maybe they would conclude that these days were a time of famine, when in fact they are subsisting on poor nutrition.

So for another mindflip, what if there were long-forgotten-about junk foods that dominated during periods we now consider to have had a "famine", for the same reason? Speculate...
  7:22pm Devin Gristlewater:

Well in all fairness, I sometimes miss Fredericks throughout the day, so maybe the feeling is mutual.

I have fond memories of poached pears, haven't had them in a long time. People used to come to my house and eat poach fruit a lot when I was a small tiny person.
  7:22pm Mike East Riverwater:

Irish potato chip famine?
  7:23pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Philo and I saw some truly magical woods on Saturday. Driving the winding roads of southern Indiana, from Knob Knee to Loogootee, the woods had these saplings with copper-golden leaves still intact, shining like a fairyland.
  7:24pm Brownie Backwater:

'I wrote my biography, it's an autobiography, meaning I wrote it in the car, so it's shaky' Hearty Dub-ya you do make me laugh
  7:25pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Speculate, thyou? Is that like "talk amongst yourselves"? While there were plenty of dangerous, unhealthful foods people were forced to ingest in decades/centuries past, it wasn't driven by corporate greed as it is now.
  7:26pm Devin Gristlewater:

Honey, by the way thank you for the music the other day, I quite enjoyed it!
  7:26pm Matthyou Springwater:

@Mike: There's enough records to back the 1846 famine up, I mean hundreds/thousands years ago famines determined through analyzing bones. I wonder if in any of those cases there wasn't a lack of food, but a poor diet that shows in the remains.
  7:26pm Danne Duckcaller:

I'm loving this tale, especially the scorn of Baltimore Ravens (go Bengals)
  7:27pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Given the names on this playlist, should we ask Hearty to change his name to Hearty Whitewater?
  7:27pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

I used to think poaching meant what we did as kids -- poaching apples from the neighbor's yard. So in that respect we had a lot of poached food as kids. Gladly Honey taught me about the less dangerous way of poaching with these pears.
  7:28pm Matthyou Springwater:

Welcome here, Brownie!

@HW: Linda Richman implored her audience to "Discuss!", I thought I'd call mine "Speculate!" :)
  7:28pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

@Devin: Oh, why thank you, kind sir! (fanning my blushing cheeks)
  7:30pm Mike East Riverwater:

re: URLs of my gURL, I don't know how to do such things, sorry. I'm sure my wife has some pics on her FB page, but I don't even know how to get to that. I've only been able to email and txt pics to people. Believe you me, she is absolutely gorgeous.
  7:30pm Devin Gristlewater:

Hearty White has been Hearty White for a long, long time. I would posit that our names, much like the diets of today were influenced by the potato chips of yesterday, have been influenced by his name. And much like food from the present, you can't feed it to food in the past!

Unless you build a time machine for food.
  7:31pm Matthyou Springwater:

@Philo: Could someone be cited for stealing a protected class of eggs? Penalties for "poached eggs"...
  7:32pm Devin Gristlewater:

"SPECULATE! with Matthyou Springwater"
Oh speaking of which, I never looked up the parameters for what is or is not considered "natural" food.
  7:32pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

@Mike: I have no doubt she matches her beautiful name! Well, you're welcome to email me (Matthyou and Devin and Fredericks all have that address).
  7:33pm Devin Gristlewater:

Somewhat of an AHA!:
(3) The term natural flavor or natural flavoring means the essential oil, oleoresin, essence or extractive, protein hydrolysate, distillate, or any product of roasting, heating or enzymolysis, which contains the flavoring constituents derived from a spice, fruit or fruit juice, vegetable or vegetable juice, edible yeast, herb, bark, bud, root, leaf or similar plant material, meat, seafood, poultry, eggs, dairy products, or fermentation products thereof, whose significant function in food is flavoring rather than nutritional. Natural flavors include the natural essence or extractives obtained from plants listed in §§ 182.10, 182.20, 182.40, and 182.50 and part 184 of this chapter, and the substances listed in § 172.510 of this chapter.
  7:35pm Matthyou Springwater:

Texas Instruments, the classic calculator!
  7:35pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

@Matthyou I hope they would be more than cited. I think they should be scrambled, fried and boiled for such an infraction.
  7:36pm Mike East Riverwater:

if you want to shoot me an email at work , I'll reply with a pic - mike at carrollmusic dot com
  7:37pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

@Devin: THAT is a mouthful -- of .... sadness ...

I once spent 2 weeks selling encyclopedias in Tennessee. Targets were "houses with kiddie shit in the front yard." I was a horrible salesperson.
  7:37pm Matthyou Springwater:

You could call legally "natural" food "photosynthesis present"--as the plant or plants eaten by an animal would have experienced that at some point.
  7:37pm Matthyou Springwater:

@Philo: Don't want to make it over easy for offenders..
  7:38pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

OK, Mike!
  7:38pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

Time machine for food.... I could imagine getting some bottles of medieval wine, bringing them to 2013, and finding out that the aging process fails when you speed it up. Oh well, there goes that business plan.
  7:39pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

@Matthyou Ha! I always preferred hardboiled meself.
  7:39pm Devin Gristlewater:

We'll use it to fund our space lipstick business.
  7:39pm Danne Duckcaller:

I hope you all have a wonderful Holiday week Hearty Humans :) I am afraid that I must now depart. Until next time :)
  7:40pm Mike East Riverwater:

goodnight Danne. Happy holidays to you!
  7:41pm Matthyou Springwater:

Gotta head out and start my shopping, and stop by my apothecary before that closes.
But, wanted especially to wish all Heartyfolk a happy and hearty holiday season!

Happy Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa/Yule/Solstice/Festivus/Gifts+Parties! Take and give care, y'all!
  7:42pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

Ditto, Matthyou!
  7:42pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

So long, thyou! Lift you thyou in foughts of me! :)
  7:42pm Devin Gristlewater:

Have a good everything Danne and Mattyou!
  7:43pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Hey, Mike, just got a failure daemon...hmmm.. looking at something I possibly did wrong. Would you check to be sure you have it all right up above?
  7:43pm Matthyou Springwater:

Good night Mr. Duckcaller! And to the Mssrs. Riverwater, Gristlewater, Gristlecorn, Fredericks, Ms. Kettlewater! (Cheers will be lifted!)

Happy and Safe Holidays!
  7:44pm Mike East Riverwater:

make sure there's 2 r's and l's in carroll
  7:45pm Fredericks:

Brad Pitt sounds like Bill Clinton. Clinton will sell us insurance.
  7:45pm Devin Gristlewater:

Oh those internet daemons, always causing trouble. Where do they come from? And where do they go on vacations?
  7:45pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Johnny Depp, Ashley Judd, Tom Cruise, Jennifer Lawrence -- all Kentuckians.
  7:46pm Devin Gristlewater:

I await the day Brad Pitt plays Bill Clinton in an auto-insurance ad.
  7:50pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Yep, 2 of each. Weird.

ALSO got a second failure using a diff email of mine. "rejected by the recipient domain." Beginning to take this personally, Mike! ;)
  7:51pm Mike East Riverwater:

goddamn computernet! try me at dictatoreast at gmail. work server is apparently crap.
  7:53pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Oh, and we mustn't forget George Clooney and Secretariat, the bestest Kentuckian of all!
  7:54pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

You a fan of Mr. Manitoba, Mike? DFFD!
  7:55pm Brownie Buttwater:

s'been fun, y'all
  7:56pm Mike East Riverwater:

hehe, yes, Philo, but the origin of my email is from a song I wrote when I was in a band called The Imperialist with a chorus proclaiming us the "Dictators of Rock and Roll"
He's gonna be on Teenage Wasteland next week, I believe. (called in sick last sunday, right?)
  7:57pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Hey, Brownie! You related to Mr. Backwater? Bye and g'night!

Yes, fun fun all -- enough to miss my beloved Jeopardy for.
  7:59pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

Hope something I sent wends itself your way, Mr. Riverwater, and I thank you in advance for the Luciana views!

G'night everyone, water-y and knot!
  7:59pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

Close enough, Mike! Guess he likes that Sunday midday timeslot -- last time he was on FMU was on Jonesy show, I believe.
  8:00pm Devin Gristlewater:

Have a lovely lovely everyone!!
  8:00pm Mike East Riverwater:

correction: The ImperialistS (plural)
  8:00pm Philo C. Gristlecorn:

G'nighty nite, owl!
  8:00pm Mike East Riverwater:

please share with your husband, Honeywater.

Goodnight folks!
  8:01pm Honey U. Kettlewater:

But of course, Mike!
  2:03pm fan from Tallahassee:

It is wonderful to hear this show again. Thanks
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