Waiting for the other nickel to drop.
“If you’re silent about your pain they’ll kill you and say you enjoyed it.”
Here is last night’s (2013-10-18) KNYO Memo of the Air: Good Night Radio show ready to download and keep or just play with one click, once you’re there.
And here are some links to to other things to listen to and/or look at and/or play with, mostly that I found thanks to the fine websites listed to your right:
So beautiful and so dangerous.
Fun with cigarets.
“Hey, bay-bee. Hey, bay-bee.”
Fun with the East German Stasi photographic archives.
Four in the morning.
Picturesque night ruins of rural America.
Feeling Drowsy, by the Petrojvic Blasting Company.
“The phenakistocope was invented by Joseph Plateau in 1841.”
Even yet more.
So a lobbyist and a senator walk into a restaurant…
Why we fight.
Slavic electric fiddle porn.
The peoples of the West.
–and their homemade restaurants and amusement parks in the forest.
“Throughout my childhood the only thing I have been wanting to do is to go to space.” “In my great-grandfather’s lifetime he saw a (bi)cycle, he saw an automobile and he saw an aeroplane. He also saw a space shuttle launched.” “It doesn’t matter how far out into space I go. I just kinda wanta see the curvature of the Earth through a window of a rocket.” “I think that space is where we’re meant to go.” “I have a dream that we will have a space settlement in my lifetime. That is my goal and I know that I have to reach it.” Wonderful kids.
Frank T. Zumbach’s mysterious world.
Stanford scientists turn seizures into music.
Lyrics to Flanders and Swann songs.
The future: toy dolls shoot real fire out of their crotch to astound and dismay bearded Scotsmen.