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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 October 21, 2015: Rare encore édition!

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Ken & Andy  1-800-Messing-WIth-How's-My-Driving   Options from 1995 

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Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:03pm Greg from ZONE 5:

Bring back The Benediction!
  6:04pm Listener Robert:

Cosell died 4/23/95, so that dates this entry.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:05pm Nick the Bard:

wel, at least somewhat
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:06pm Īke:

Cosell only died somewhat?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:06pm Nick the Bard:

Yeh, his toupee is still walking around somewhere at ABC
  6:12pm Listener Robert:

I don't specifically recall this one, but it's likely that for part of it I was on the road on the way from work at UMDNJ Newark to home in the Bronx. Even if I made it home, I would've been in my car listening, as I couldn't get WFMU in the house. Or I might've missed it if I worked late or it was the monthly NY-NJ Mol. Bio. Club, which met on Weds.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:17pm Nick the Bard:

who ever was call screening here was really asleep at the wheel
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:20pm Nick the Bard:

I miss Topps :(
Avatar 6:21pm Chris M.:

i keep trying to call in but i can't get through :(
  6:28pm Nellie:

You're gonna get him fired!
  6:42pm Listener Robert:

Every year around then, Dr. Hill would drive the whole lab around Branch Brook Park (Bellville & Newark) to look at the cherry blossoms, & that's where we heard the nx over the radio of the OKC bombing.
  6:46pm Sam:

Wow, he's been using that "why don't they just take more money out" joke for a long time! Back when ATM's were called MAC machines! And they didn't need area codes because only locals were listening. Hilarious.
  6:49pm Sam:

I guess they're still called mac machines, in certain places. But Andy doesn't say that anymore.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:49pm Nick the Bard:

Jesus, don't call the damn number, it's a rerun...
  6:50pm Listener Robert:

Darn, I DID forget about the big explosion in Lodi -- again!
  6:51pm Sam:

I'm going to try calling in, imagine if I actually got through, how crazy would that be! I'd be like, I'm from the future, I can't believe I got through. And you guys will be almost exactly the same 20 years from now.
  6:58pm Listener Robert:

Sam, they already did a show like that at least once, recording themselves in advance & leaving gaps for phone calls, so they were having a convers'n w someone from the future.
  7:01pm Listener Robert:

No secret word added?
  7:01pm Sam:

Oh that's cool. And in all seriousness, I love how consistent they've stayed over the years. It's impressive as hell.
  7:02pm Sam:

The secret word is Unabomber
  7:04pm Listener Robert:

What would've been cool is if they found an old 7SD in which they happened to refer to a word as a secret word. They perseverated on "Unabomber" & its deriv'n, but never said it was a secret.
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