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You might want to close your eyes for this. *punts rotisserie chicken*


    “We must believe that we are gifted for something, and that this thing, at whatever cost, must be obtained.” – Marie Curie

    “Stop letting people who do so little for you control so much of your mind, feelings, and emotions.” – Will Smith

    “Just show him the closet and let the goblins in his head do the work.” –Howard Wolowitz

Here’s the recording of last night’s (2015-03-27) KNYO Memo of the Air: Good Night Radio show ready to download and keep or just play with one click.

Another live remote from Juanita’s apartment, in my pyjamas, and in my bedroom voice to avoid disturbing the neighbors. I understand some network dropouts occurred on the order of once an hour or so, triggering silence sensing, resulting in incongruous music from the covering automation stepping in for a few seconds here and there on the web stream and on the over-the-air signal. It’s not a huge deal, but Bob and Ken are working on solving it for next time, and for others, not just for me, and I appreciate it.

Everyone’s invited to Uncle Rusty’s retirement-from-radio bash at the KNYO storefront, 325 N. Franklin, Fort Bragg (CA) tomorrow (Sunday, 2015-03-29, 2pm and forward). Russ has been at KNYO since before the beginning. I’m going, and I hope I see yez all there.

Meanwhile, here are links to some not necessarily radio-useful but interesting items that I happened upon while putting my show together, that I found mostly thanks to the fine websites listed to your right.

Kurosawa’s movement.

As creepy music videos go, this isn’t a 10 out of 10 for creepiness but it’s plenty creepy. What gets me is a particular recurring dance move –a male dancer does it and then the singer does it a little later– of twisting a knee out to one side and falling, leg bent all wrong, on the back and back of the head. I just /bark/ in fear when it happens.

Determination and pluck. Also moxie.

Sy Stokes’ poem about his mother.

Pictures of humans.

Interview(s) with Buckminster Fuller. (I saw him once, when he was a very old man and his grandson propped him up on the stage at the Luther Burbank Center and he answered questions from the crowd. If anyone deserves to have a carbon molecule named after him, it’s Buckminster Fuller.

An invitation to attend collage.

Sail to Siberia from Pakistan in a straight line.

Negative space.

The spaghetti conundrum at 120,000 frames per second. It breaks new ground in slow-motion spaghetti breaking.

“Milk, sausage, butter, egg, and a ham hock.”

The computed tomography of animals.

Make your own spa lady cheese ball.

OK Go’s ad for a Chinese furniture store.

Hot pneumatic tube action. “Helen Soros works it.” Yeah, baby, send me that invoice.

The definitive example of space porn.

Dreams of the Forbidden City.

How to get to the ISS. I didn’t know the term Hohmann Transfer Orbit and now I do.

Found film of Seattle and then an air trip, 1955. Silent.

The Art of Embalming (1705).

Haters gonna hate.

A moderately disturbing exorcism on a safety mat. In Italian, without subtitles.

Capybara in bath. With baby ducks. Are you sad? Lonely? Is anything even slightly wrong in your world? This will solve that. You’re welcome.

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