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The whole world is heading for some kind of freakish control system, not just here....
No matter that even as he flaunts his latest “populist” persona, piling on all the vileness he can muster, his positions on many issues – trade, education, military interventions abroad, infrastructure investment, tax breaks for banksters, hedge fund managers and others of their ilk, impunity for corporate criminals, and so on — are more progressive by far than Hillary’s or Obama’s.
No matter too that where Hillary would provoke Russia and otherwise destabilize the world order, risking annihilating nuclear war, Trump, for all his irascibility and off-the-wall ranting almost seems like a safer choice.
I sincerely think the GOP is so severely compromised by those who are bought and sold by outsider interests that both parties want Trump to fail since he is a self-funded threat to their way of doing business..
Trump's speech last night was bizarre.. he just thanked everyone the whole time. Starting with all of his dead family members, to the living, to everyone working on his campaign. Like it was the Golden Globe Awards or something.
Another classic: Jindal says "who cares about volcanoes," and days later the spew of an eruption shut down all the airports in Europe.
He's probably right about that, as long as welders don't have to take out student loans
Now that Ken has called an end to the political discussion, now I'll change the subject to something he really hates - suggestions for show ideas.
My wife bought me Andy Breckman's CDs full of his witty folk songs. A 7 second delay episode integrating those gems (e.g. Each song reviewed by the guy from Minneapolis who has been calling in to harass Andy lately) would be a crowd pleaser.
Linda, please let me know if you hear any more dropouts to silence. We are now back on the main audio feed but it was messed up last weekend which is why I switched us to the even worse backup audio feed.
Bon Jovi is persona non grata in Buffalo because he tried to broker a deal that had the Sabres or the Bills ( I forget which) move to Toronto Ontario...I think it was the Sabres...there is a station here that will NOT play any Bon Jovi period.
I've been surprised how many people don't know Brian Jones when I mention him... though the last person was Frangry so I guess that shouldn't surprise me. I was like, "Yeah man Brian Jones Era.." and she was like, "WHO?!?!"
Well, I didn't know who the Grateful Dead were until I was 12 years old and went on a camping trip to visit my Auntie Lee in North Carolina and she was wearing a tie-dye t-shirt with their logo. I was like, "The GRATEFUL DEAD?! Whozzzat???" and completely embarrassed my parents
When we launch Rate a Dj tonight at 6pm, we will have me, Andy, Liz, Therese, Irwin, Cheyenne, Annie Mac, John Peel, Frankie Crocker, Tom Donahue, Mister Magic and a few more. Wolfman Jack, Alan Freed, Angie Martinez
Angie Martinez hahahahha. I will rate her. I once heard her on air say that the Beastie Boys were totally overrated. And I can't remember who, but the guest rapper she had on was like, "NO NO NO NO NO!"
I wonder what the immiscible liquids are in Grove's that makes up the emulsion.
That rx tune was good. Last week, McGasko played an absolutely bonkers cover of "Whiter Shade of Pale" from a DJ Premium you made a while back I think called Umlautcore or Unlistenable at Any Speed. Any chance of hearing anything else from that some week or if it's in the archive?
I love the background chantings-cum-yodeling. Who is or are the artists? I have heard them in the PLU archives as well.
Ken theres a lot going on in the bed track , but where can i find the grunting babbling mental patient guy . Need him for my voicemail box at work.
Sorry, nope, Nush Nish and Taim are better than Ibby's. This is hard to admit because those are upscale Israeli hipster gourmet falafel joints and not the inexpensive blue-collar working-man's style like Ibby's and Oasis. But I admit it. They're a little tastier.
I was in the Windrush square in Brixton when Bowie died (He was , after all, born and raised in Brixton). Tons of people arrived that night to celebrate his life and music. It was very sad day for me. Someone from the crowd stole my bike's seat.