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The irony of food poisoning.


   “The chalice from the palace holds the brew that is true.”

Here is the recording of last night’s (2014-09-05) KNYO Memo of the Air: Good Night Radio show ready to download and keep or just play with one click.

This 430-minute show begins with an hour of Mitch Clogg mainly reading from poetry books he brought. Let’s see, what else… Jane Birkin, shirtless KayMartin And Her (epee equipped) Bodyguards, some more Squirrel Nut Zippers, a brainy short play by Alex Bosworth, robot writers, violence both formal and freestyle, a plea for universal guaranteed income, the first in a series of creepy letters from Lewis Carroll (Charles Dodgson) to prepubescent girls he adored, etcetera and so on, ending with Boston Blackie stealing a valuable painting to keep his friend Shorty out of the electric chair. So.

Also here are some links to interesting not necessarily radio-useful items that I found mostly thanks to the fine websites listed to your right:

You are here.

History of the violin.

Happy Labor Day.

That about sums it up.


Ukiyoe-fied Star Wars, Super Mario, and anime stars, by Takao Nakagawa


For God and Country.

A short film about the multiverse.

Twist and inspect.

Prize-winning x-ray photographs of animals that have swallowed things. My favorite is the pug-dog full of pennies.

2014 Burning Man photos.

So, Long Ma.

Mary don’t got that purp and kush.

The stupidest man in Congress. That’s what they call him. And they don’t call him that for nothing. Ladies and gentlemen– Louis Gohmert.

“It’s hard to look cool with a dead duck in your mouth.”

Chinese laundry blues.

Florida Man.’

“You messin’ wit’ da wrong furries, boy.”

They like the horn.

Go home, astronaut, you’re drunk.

Last time I was in WalMart I saw a big display of a famous new video that claims to show proof that Heaven and Hell exist: an interview with a little boy who went there in a dream. But here is equally compelling evidence that it’s totally different from what the little boy describes.


Scroll down to, “What’s that? Behind the stairs?”


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