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Options August 25, 2016: Comment Glut! Union Square Comeback! Major Playlist Address and Summation

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Tom in Union Square Park - Into Pokemon
Old 60's Milton-Bradley game of "LIFE" TV commercial.
Tommy Keene  Based On Happy Times   Options Based On Happy Times  Geffen  1989  MP3    0:03:17 (Pop‑up)
Jake The Archtiect
Audio from the motion picture "The Fountainhead."
Wishbone Ash  The King Will Come   Options Argus  MCA  1972  MP3    0:10:00 (Pop‑up)
Mexican Artist w/Child in Union Square Park
Def Leppard  Photograph   Options Mirror Ball  Bludgeon  2011  MP3  Live!  0:16:53 (Pop‑up)
Young Man
Audio from Dr. Drew on FOX
  stepped right ON her ....
Bonnie Tyler  It's A Heartache   Options Wings  Stick  2005  MP3  Re-recorded version with extras fried awesome voice!  0:24:48 (Pop‑up)
Italian Man In The Park (special greeting for Fabio later)
A scene from The Godfather
Slipknot  Pulse of the Maggots   Options Subliminal Versus Vol. 3  Roadrunner  2004  MP3    0:31:09 (Pop‑up)
Alex in Union Square Leaning on a Railing - Approachable
A song from Harry Potter
Giuffria  Call To The Heart   Options Call To Your Heart  MCA  1984  MP3  Greg Giuffria, keyboardist of Angel  0:36:31 (Pop‑up)
Feloness ... free.
A young man playing The Beatles in the Park.
The Temptations  Papa Was A Rolling Stone   Options   Motown  72  MP3    0:44:55 (Pop‑up)
Richard Speaks to Me and You
Modern English  I Melt With You   Options After The Snow  Sire  1982  MP3    0:50:33 (Pop‑up)
A Trump Supporter
Trump Audio courtesy of FOX News
Bee Gees  Tragedy   Options Spirits Having Flown  RSO  1979  MP3    0:57:44 (Pop‑up)
  Thanks for listening to this episode of WFMU's, Dusty Show. Now in our 11th year. It was nice to see so many comments this week. You know I like to see the good numbers. I suppose I am insecure.

I feel like revealing a bit of the process that goes into making a "recent" Dusty Show. Here's how it's been going in recent months. Step 1 - After work, I go to either Union Square Park, Madison Square Garden/Penn Station, Bryant Park, or Grand Central Station and I attempt to gather about 9 to 11 decent-lengthed interviews. I record them to my cell phone. I try to get a good mix of male/female, younger/older, Dem/Repub/Indie, etc. However, usually I end up a little male-heavy, older-heavy, and Dem-heavy. I actually hve to kind of "profile" people to try and single-out who I belive might be Trump voters. Dems are easy to spot by their clothes.

So, most times the recording process goes fairly smoothly. Sometimes it is a very fast process if I "get on a roll." Sometimes it is like pulling teeth and I am recording for two-and-a-half hours or more. Know that, in the not too distant past on Dusty (when I was unemployed for a long stretch) I used to spend 4 solid nights-a-week working on shows. This was when I used to do everything on microcassette and a dual cassette deck with vinyl. God, that sounds romantic. I tottaly sold OUT! Got a day job, honed my show production time down to one grinding 15-hour session. went digital (mostly), and create Dusty on a laptop.

Acually, I never WAS an analog purist. Not really. I like the old gear, the great sound, the wax, the album covers ... but I like didge, too. It's all in what you DO with it, y'know/? Didge is even more of a challenge because of the endless track-availability. You can go on and on and on with taking things another level into sound effects or whatever.

Step 2. After recording the interviews I generally walk home for exercise and get some kind of rough plan in my head for how to collate the raw audio into some type of cohesive whole. I like that ... cohesive whole. Corrosive hole. The Bobbish Dole, The Barber's Pole - The Jelly roll - Filet of Seoul, Old King Cole, Pole to pole - you see?

Once I get hom, I have to dub down all of the recorded interviews onto my laptop. This is time-consuming, but it gives me a chance to revisit the interviews, make notes, consider edits, and keep that cohesive whole gelling and formulating. Gelled and formulated cohesion. That's what is aimed for. Not really. So, once I dubbed the interviews onto my laptop, I also select five to seven audio soundbytes from YouTube, or wherever, to play between songs. Geberally these are topical, or they allude to pop culture references made by the interview subjects. Example: The Game of LIFE was featured in this Dusty Show, so I grabbed a sample of a 60's TV commersh from YouTube. Is that even legal? I hope so. It's not like I make a damned dime doing this stuff, though I love it, the attention, the music, the moment, the accu-vets, and Jersey itself, frickin' Jersey, man. I love it. More each year.

Now I go in and edit the living shaving cream out of those interviews. You have NO idea how much the interviews you hear on Dusty have been edited to within millimeters of their lives. I take out a lot of "uhs" and "likes" and jibberish and muddled phrasery. I don't change the MEANING of what people say. I don't. I amy edit to lend power to my point, or my "side." (I shouldn't even HAVE a side!). Anyway, when it's all said and done, many seven-minute interviews are whittled to 3:20. They all get whittled and I enjoy that whittling, and as self-effacing as I can be sometimes, I am proud of the editing. No, I am not drunk.

So once the editing is done and the soundbytes are whittled, too, it;s MATH time. That's right, math. I have a 60-minute show. I add up the combined length of all the interviews and soundbytes and arrive at a figure. Usually it's about 35-minutes or close to that. Then I figure out how much time is LEFT in the hour. In this case, 25 minutes would need to have content generated in order to fill them. So, I would take that 25-minutes and divide it by 10. Ten songs. How long could they be? It comes out to 150-seconds per song, or, 2 minutes and 30 seconds. Perfect! I now need to select ten songs, which will all need to be edited to two minutes and thirty-seconds. This means whether a song is eight minutes long, or two minutes and fifty seconds long, I am editing it to as close to two minutes and thirty seconds as I can. I like the uniformity of it. Oddly, I don't think most of you have even noticed that the songs are all edited and uniform in length. It's basically just fun for me. So now ... theoretically,... if my math is correct ... all the pieces should fit together and be sixty-minutes long. Now to assemble them.

I havent really affered a time-line for any of this. By the time I get done editing everything down and get ready to assemble the show, it's usually at least four in the morning. I started at 6pm with interviews. ------- Now I have to download the music. Sometimes if I am ambitious I will make a list of songs I like during the week, adding a few here and there, until I have a master list of perhaps twenty songs to choose from when the time comes. Then I can pick 10 to download that fit my mood the best at the time of show assemblage. However, sometimes my whole mood has changed and suddenly everything I picked out sounds wrong. Not too often. Usually I have three or four songs that I am really excited to play, and a few more sturdy ones I am confident in. I like to throw in a metal track sometimes, or a 90's track, I don't know. Whatever I am excited in at the time. Something to JAR you with and wake your asses up. A sweet forgotten oldie. Whatever. Bottomline: by the time it's finished, the sun is out, it's generally about 8am, and I am finally almost finished. In addition I have to make promos for Facebook and Twitter (I have to, I really do, it's like a social media corrosion). Then I have to mix down the show into an MP4, and transfer it to a little gum stick thing, whaddaya call it? Thumb drive? That's what I use. I don't even know how to hook the damned thing up. Fabio does it for me. I enjoy that. Ha! By the way, I do love Fabio. He is my real friend. --------- Finally, I have ti look up all the album titles, year of release, label, etc. -- so I can announce things correctly during the show, because I leave LOTS of spaces in the show where I come in live on the mic and talk to you, introduce songs, dance, clap, sing, ruin things, etc. It's kind of a weird thing with the show on thumb drive, but I am also live. A strange hybrid that evolved on its own over the years. That's the fun thing about doing something for a long time. Things evolve without your directly trying to MAKE them evolve. It just happens, and then one day you look back and go damn ... my show used to be good! Ha! Now I've ruined it all with week after week of identical politics shows where I ask the same 4 questions over and over and over again. Have you got a candidate that you like as the election draws near? ---------- Are you optimistic about the future of the country? ----------- What's your biggest concern in the world we live in today? --------- Do you love America? Always remember ... CPNYC22616IA5899

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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:03pm dale:

any kids hanging out?
  6:03pm A.T.F.:

Good day all. Bring up clays numbers
Avatar 6:05pm geezerette:

I am worried.
Hey Clay!
Howdy Dale!
Lethargic listers!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:05pm dale:

clay, are you gonna go to school with your life car, or take a job and fill it with kids fast for that big payout at the end?
  6:06pm loveless:

Hiya Clay. Enjoyed the non-political exchanged. Can't wait for this election to be over!
Avatar 6:06pm V Priceless:

Pidge! Hey!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:06pm YETI BOB:

  6:06pm Kimbers:

Looks like rain...more of it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:07pm YETI BOB:

I had that "Game of Life" growing up. I guess that dates me. I remember that if you did really well you got to be a doctor, that was the best. And you made $20,000/year!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:07pm dale:

ciccolina for president!
  6:08pm A.T.F.:

Rain good makes it cooler..and promotes rooting
  6:08pm Dean:

Le Corbu!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:08pm melinda:

  6:09pm Dean:

Leon Battista Alberti!
Avatar 6:09pm Cheri Pi:

CP to CP!
  6:09pm vanya moscow:

here comes a song! oh, too short...
Avatar 6:09pm geezerette:

There's a funny, informative Trump satire on Netflix.
Fake 70s documentary Movie for tv.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:10pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Is there a place where we can go to send our tax returns to Trump? He can pick one and claim it as his own.
Avatar 6:10pm V Priceless:

great record, that W. Ash
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:11pm dale:

if you don't want to impress someone tell them you just finished 'from bauhaus to our house.'
Avatar 6:11pm βrian:

Hello from Madison, Dusty.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:11pm Ken From Hyde Park:

More importantly, is there a web site that shows funny faux Trump tax returns? That'd be goo for a laugh.
Avatar 6:12pm geezerette:

Cheery little song Clay!
Avatar 6:12pm geezerette:

haha Ken!!!
  6:13pm A.T.F.:

Clay...interview a Krinsha...
  6:14pm P-90:

Great interviews as always Clay! And some nice post production on "Norman Foster" etc. Also fun to hear the"Life" game commercial theme, a 1st-class Boomer flashback
  6:17pm A.T.F.:

Have your baby at home and save...people have been doin it for years ....big Pharma...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:17pm melinda:

This takes me back to 8th grade.
Avatar 6:17pm geezerette:

Oh yeah Melinda! Heard the Krishnas!
  6:17pm SeanG:

HELL YEAH! DEF LEPPARD! just listened to Pyromania straight through the other day
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:17pm Polyus:

I had a bad crush on a girl in 7th grade when this was out, and I always wanted to sing it to her. Really glad I never got the chance, looking back now.
  6:18pm SeanG:

hey melinda! clay!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:18pm melinda:

hi Sean!
  6:18pm A.T.F.:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:19pm dale:

'trump' and 'articulate' - HAH!
  6:20pm judy from croton:

Clay Pigeon for President.
Or Grand Poobah, at least.
Avatar 6:20pm βrian:

Rich people know better. [Dear God.]
  6:21pm adam@sparta:

Wishbone Ash! And that architect was sharp.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:21pm Polyus:

When someone PROVES Clinton Foundation wrongdoing, above and beyond the usual skeezy-but-legal way things happen in Washington, I will be worried. But nobody seems to.
  6:21pm Kimbers:

...youth and their knowledge of history. ugh!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:22pm Polyus:

Typical bro.
  6:22pm A.T.F.:

Clay greeter for the white house tour
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:23pm dale:

bonnie tyler - clay making us admit we like the songs we want to pretend we hate!
  6:24pm Kimbers:

dale gives me giggles
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:24pm dale:

rod stewart could easily have done this.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:24pm Philthy woman:

HellOH! Clay n co
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:25pm SeanG:

or kim carnes
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:25pm melinda:

She does sound like Rod.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:25pm dale:

just sayin', kimbers...she also sounds like late phil lynott
  6:26pm Dean:

Rod, Bonnie, Kim, and Lemmy missed their chance. They should have recorded a recital of Gregorian chants.
Avatar 6:26pm βrian:

Clue to cluelessness: "Did you hear about all this information that's come out about X?"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:26pm SeanG:

good one Dean!
Avatar 6:27pm Clay Pigeon:

Hi everyone. THANK YOU for being here. I know the politics week after week is taxing for some. I keep thinking I'll break free. But then ... I get sucked back in. Love seeing your friendly names. :>)
  6:27pm Kimbers:

she's got her own voice, but I'd say Rod gave her more traction than Thin Lizzy
  6:27pm A.T.F.:

Who needs a voice like freddy m????
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:27pm dale:

wow - from wiki -"Rod Stewart has been covering the song live since recording it on his 2006 album Still the Same… Great Rock Classics of Our Time."
Avatar 6:28pm Clay Pigeon:

Don't Forget Ian LLoyd. Brother Louie
Avatar 6:28pm βrian:

Dear me, I should've taken my nitroglycerine before listening to Clay's show.
  6:29pm Dean:

"Slip Away" with Ric Ocasek, too.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:30pm dale:

'total eclipse of the heart' would hold up to the shittyflute treatment.
Avatar 6:30pm βrian:

"Tish, that's Italian!"
Avatar 6:30pm V Priceless:

"She was beautiful, she was young, she was innocent...!"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:30pm melinda:

@dale: Total Eclipse was shittyfluted! I thought it was a major improvement over the original.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:31pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Clay, you should try to interview commenter Lyle some time. He chimes in with fascinating anecdotes. He was on the boards yesterday afternoon.
Avatar 6:31pm βrian:

But Clay, you promised more Eric Satie!
  6:31pm Dean:

Good idea, Ken fHP. Real good idea.
Avatar 6:31pm geezerette:

Overpopulation and Climate deterioration are destabilizing the planet. Absolutely everything is related to this.
  6:32pm A.T.F.:

Never got it...guess im lucky...90s music was confused
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:32pm dale:

oooh, i'll check it out melinda!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:32pm melinda:

A Lyle interview would be good.
  6:33pm Kimbers:

a life of undecided speculation, very challenging.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:34pm dale:

maggots don't have hearts in the pupa stage, so that song is inaccurate.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:34pm Polyus:

Oh please don't deprive us of your vote!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:34pm Philthy woman:

I always think of Total Eclipse of the Heart VDO when I think of her- one of the most bizarre vdos
Avatar 6:35pm βrian:

Now, who is Bloomburg, again?
  6:35pm A.T.F.:

dale they wear masks..say no more.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:36pm melinda:

I hated Total Eclipse of the Heart.
  6:36pm Dean:

  6:36pm Dean:

I loved Total Eclair of the Heart.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:37pm SeanG:

breaking out the Guiffria! Yes
Avatar 6:37pm V Priceless:

@ Dean: by Cream? : )
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:37pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Total Eclipse of 2017 is coming to the US August 21 next year.
Avatar 6:37pm βrian:

An éclair so good it stopped my heart ...
  6:37pm Dean:

"Sounds like Steve Perry." Well, there goes any predisposition I had to appreciate Giuffria.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:37pm dale:

was angel the band with the logo that was the same upside down?
  6:38pm A.T.F.:

Angel came onstage in coffins
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:38pm Polyus:

There is a great YT video of a guy breaking down Total Eclipse of the Heart to its most basic melodic and structural components. It is brilliant, but if you hate the song, you aren't gonna want to hear someone discuss it for half an hour.
Avatar 6:38pm BEAVO:

Corporate rock
  6:38pm Dean:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:39pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Angel merged with the Sand Witches and became Angel Witch featured on Dave Hill's program?
Avatar 6:39pm βrian:

All the swell folk are dying their arm nests. So colorful.
  6:39pm A.T.F.:

Angel another casablanca diaster
Avatar 6:39pm V Priceless:

@ Polyus - that sounds familiar - didn't Ken or Kurt play that once? Or Irwin, maybe?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:39pm SeanG:

pretty sure DJ Kurt Gottschalk loves total eclipse of the heart. me too
  6:40pm A.T.F.:

Guilty by suspision
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:40pm melinda:

People are dyeing their armpit hair?
  6:40pm Kimbers:

ha!!!! the "but um" musical loop was great!
Avatar 6:41pm geezerette:

Dean & V Priceless: hahaha! (Sudden craving for sweets.)

Nice little sample rap Clay!
Avatar 6:41pm βrian:

@melinda: it's a thing!
Avatar 6:41pm BEAVO:

Avatar 6:42pm BEAVO:

[Don Pardo:] That cute little drummer . . . Terry recently felt in love with a publicity photo of a boy named Punky Meadows, lead guitar player from a group called ANGEL . . . In the photo, Punky was seen with a beautiful shiny hairdo in a semi-profile which emphasized the pootched out succulence of his insolent pouting rictus . . .
[Terry:] Ooh, Punky . . .
[Don Pardo:] The sight of which drove the helpless drummer mad with desire!
  6:42pm nutty nut:

I'm into the Slip Nuts. Conan and his writing staff went nuts making fun of SlipKnot. The band must not have been too mad, cuz Max Weinberg's son is now their drummer.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:42pm Ken From Hyde Park:

I'd dye mine the color that Ryan Lochte used.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:42pm Polyus:

@VP - Yes. For some reason I think it was Joe Mc though.
  6:42pm P-90:

Of COURSE we remenber the band Angel! They weren't obscure or anyrhing.
I whenI lived in LA back in the day the played the Troubador, Roxy, Starwood etc all the time. They had a particularly ravid local fan base, I recall
  6:43pm Kimbers:

the whole "female"/"women" syntax thing drives me crazy
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:43pm Polyus:

Aaron Wilde is the guy's name.
  6:44pm P-90:

... And hey had a particularly RABID local fan base... This damn IOS app gives me trouble sometimes
Avatar 6:44pm βrian:

@Kimbers: I missed that. What do you mean?
  6:44pm A.T.F.:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:45pm YETI BOB:

Avatar 6:45pm BEAVO:

Punky's whips, Punky's whips
His hair's so shiny, I love his hips
I love his teeth, 'n his gums 'n such . . . PUNKY
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:45pm YETI BOB:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:45pm Philthy woman:

LOVE this song Clay, used to drive my family crazy playing it over n over at night when I was a tweeen
  6:46pm Dean:

I've said it many times here before: Angel was one of the two loudest concerts I've ever attended, largely due to Giuffria's synths. (The second was a Yes show at a stadium. Same issue: Moraz's synths.)
  6:46pm ScottC:

I think the drummer on this cut went on to drum for Romeo Void...
  6:46pm Fredericks:

Hey, now we're getting somewhere!
  6:47pm Kimbers:

Feloness spoke of the "females" in jail and the their conditions. Since it is a prison, chances are the occupants are adult females, also known as women. Just nails on the chalkboard!
Avatar 6:48pm βrian:

Yep, it's a bit clinical.
Avatar 6:48pm Clay Pigeon:

Thanks for your comments everyone. Wanted to say hi to each of you, but they only give me an hour (not complaining). Have a great weekend and see you next week. T N P. baby!!!!! Always remember ....
  6:48pm flashbazbo:

Was Damon Harris. Not Eddie kendricks
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:50pm SeanG:

TNP roger that.
  6:50pm Kimbers:

Ha! That Richard got real mysterious about what happened with the last gig. Funny.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:51pm SeanG:

oh clay that was funny! love you
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:51pm SeanG:

all the time
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:51pm melinda:

This was one of my favorites back then.
  6:51pm Curt:

Oh my - Modern English - used to dance to this one at the Meadowbrook!
Avatar 6:51pm V Priceless:

MattM filling-in for Dave tonite....
Avatar 6:52pm geezerette:

Whoever taught her to talk that way did her no favor.
Avatar 6:52pm βrian:

I loved the 80s. But I forgot to listen to the music.

Well, almost never ...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:52pm melinda:

Dusty Family!
Avatar 6:52pm V Priceless:

saw these guys open for Roxy Music in '83
  6:53pm Curt:

Open wide!
  6:53pm Fredericks:

There is not another good song on this Modern English record, as I recall.
  6:53pm A.T.F.:

80s what 80s i dont remember
Avatar 6:53pm geezerette:

a-choo! sign me up!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:53pm Polyus:

He's ahead in the polls!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:53pm melinda:

When I was grooving to this back in 82 I never would have imagined I'd hear it again years later with Clay Pigeon singing along. I like how life turns out sometimes.
Avatar 6:54pm βrian:

Maybe he meant "poles."
  6:54pm A.T.F.:

Karma look out
Avatar 6:54pm geezerette:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:55pm dale:

isn't the body count of folks associated with the clintons who have 'committed suicide' or died under other mysterious circumstances up to 20 now?
  6:55pm Dean:

I love how lovers of America view it conveniently as "the system."
Avatar 6:56pm βrian:

Yeah, I hear they've subcontracted the work to Putin.
  6:56pm Dean:

Just wait until Kevin Bacon dies mysteriously. Then the number of folks associated with him will skyrocket!
Avatar 6:56pm Linda Lee:

a closed mind is never attractive, regardless of your chosen prison
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:56pm Polyus:

My brother-in-law is on this new kick about a guy Obama had killed because he was his coked out gay lover. Or something like that.
Avatar 6:56pm Jeff:

Wow, this guy is batshit crazy - and really smug about it.
  6:56pm A.T.F.:

Remember...Dont feed the bears...they like birdfood..
  6:57pm Kimbers:

Hate Hate Hate Hate Hate [....and a helluva lot of fear] God love 'em.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:57pm SeanG:

melinda, ever been to bubba's sulky lounge in portland? never been there but every friday is 80s dance night!
Avatar 6:57pm geezerette:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:57pm melinda:

Bee Gees!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:57pm dale:

linda lee- that was gooooood.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:57pm SeanG:

Avatar 6:58pm V Priceless:

all I can think of with Trump is that scene from "Dead Zone" when Walken sees the future with Martin Sheen as President...freaking out with the nuclear codes...
Avatar 6:58pm Linda Lee:

i've heard that coked out gay lover crap before. frankly if it were true i'd like Obama better.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:58pm melinda:

@Sean: I haven't, but it sounds fun. I don't get out much.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:58pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Always remember the brothers Gibb no longer with us. And Cecil the lion.
Avatar 6:59pm Linda Lee:

so great to hear you Clay!
  6:59pm A.T.F.:

Bee gees good all around tunes 60s to?
  6:59pm ScottC:

You are starting to hear " he better build the wall" which he won't if he is elected. Pandora's Box is officially open for business...
Avatar 6:59pm βrian:

... but I did play the Clash each afternoon before my shift began.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:59pm dale:

can't wait for the lightening kaboom!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:00pm Art:

Contractors listen to AM radio all day and get brainwashed by Limbaugh, Hannity, Beck, etc.
Avatar 7:00pm V Priceless:

thanx Clay
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:00pm SeanG:

thank U CLAY
  7:00pm ScottC:

I should say " selected"...
  7:00pm Joe stalvey:

Until next week, Dusty...
Avatar 7:00pm geezerette:

Thanks Clay & Dusty people!
Avatar 7:00pm Linda Lee:

that's mental cruelty, Art
  7:00pm P-90:

Thanks, Clay!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:01pm maestroso:

Great show Clay!
Avatar 7:01pm Linda Lee:

someday i'll get my wish & we'll hear Clay til 8 :-)
Avatar 7:02pm geezerette:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:02pm Philthy woman:

good one Clay!
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