Today we all start over. Again.
“Being fit and throwing a fit are two very different things.”
Here is the recording of last night’s (2014-11-14) KNYO Memo of the Air: Good Night Radio show ready to download and keep or just play with one click.
This show runs seven hours not including the Mel Brooks/Carl Reiner 2000 Year Old Man before the start. (Here’s the cartoon version of that.) Learn how to stop a military tank, in case that ever comes up as a need. Pat Robertson squinches his eyes shut and purifies you with the fire of Jeebus of any sexy things you might have done. Some inside information about the human semen the sodomites have incorporated into your latte, as well as about their insidious tight pants agenda. Wordsworth. Chomsky. Dave Eggers. The Forgotten Fish Memory Orchestra. Instead of Boston Blackie, an entire vividly close-miked Nichols and May album (the one with More Gauze). In short, the bloody works; and the recording, made in the broadcast booth, has smooth sound with none of the (since fixed) periodic transmitter dropouts that radio listeners experienced.
Further, here are some links to interesting not necessarily radio-useful items that I found mostly thanks to the fine websites listed to your right:
Metal, it is beautiful.
Two evenly matched because identical industrial robots spar with swords.
Bored ramming speed, men.
Dusted to death.
A slideshow (press play arrow) of grand old topless adding machines.
Industrial fantasy China. Scroll down for the sharp big images. And play the video in full screen at the highest useful quality.
Charged with funambulism.
The secret of the mind-reading fish.
My favorite is the elephant’s toothpaste. No– the iodine clock. The super-absorbent polymer is also nice.
On the Index of Ignorance, we’re number 2. Number 2! Number 2! (Liz H. sent this.)
The dogs bursting in air.
Thp thp thp thp thp thp thp thp thp thp thp thp.
Japan, WTF, part 19.
The lottery. Better luck next time.
Rope swing from hot air balloons.
Look at how much fun you can have when you’re flush with deodorant company money!
Works From The 7th Annual Altered Barbie Exhibit. Scroll down and down. Caterpillar Barbie is my favorite.
Your own dead talking dog, only $60.
Mark sent the link to this. Don’t ask the guy in the store; ask people who have one: the plasma display is superior to the LCD/LED.
And Mark sent a link to this page of people’s mostly accidentally recorded earthquake sounds. They were playing with tape recorders and exactly the right time.
“Plato was also a tragic child star who recently died of a drug overdose. Purportedly, there was some kind of mysterious curse hanging over the entire cast and crew of ‘Different Strokes’ – a modern reference to Greek Tragedy. . .or, more specifically, Modern-Day Greek Archetypes. Was Plato actually Persephone? Think about it.”
Och, the puir beast.
Giant acoustic instrument incorporates mechanical reverb. At first he just messes aimlessly with the springs, but then he bows the vertical violin-like part. If you just want to hear that, skip ahead to 2:53.
Guitarra a 4 manos. Thrilling, or, uh, emocionante
Museum of selfies.
“Bottoms up. And the devil laughs.”
“I will rip off your head and shit down your neck.” That’s some good police work there, Shawn.