Political science. A fizzing erotic romance of simplistic rhetorical plugs and sockets, pumps and valves, a sawtooth wave of airheaded chuckles and sharp regret, and helplessness to ever accomplish anything at all until it pleases the idiot giant to lift his ham-handed foot off your neck.
“A mind like yours, Carver, too smart for the room, over-thinks everything, easiest to manipulate.”
Here’s the recording of last night’s (2016-07-29) KNYO (and, three hours in, also KMEC) Memo of the Air: Good Night Radio show ready to download and dive in and splash everywhere and toss it up and let it fall and hit you on the head.
And here are links to a few not necessarily radio-useful but otherwise worthwhile items that I happened upon while putting the show together, found mostly thanks to the fine websites listed to your right.
How the first written languages spread.
Making crappy graffiti intelligible one flat surface at a time.
How did Hitler rise to power? Easy.
Tavistock b-roll video of Man Engine. Don’t adjust the sound; there’s not much sound there to hear.
How to land a passenger jet without any flight controls. (A simulation and explanation of a real event.)
You ruined everything, you stupid bitch.
Ode to joy.
Accents. “Where will YOU be when the ATOMIC BOMBS fall? I know where I’LL be. I’ll be under your mother’s BED. It’s SAFE under there.”
Weight: 8 pounds. Cost: 16 guineas.
What does the porcupine say?
What it’s /really/ for.
This guy is great. And, by the way, that’s his mother driving the car. She’s fine with it until about 4:15 and then she’s all /Hey! I’ve driving a car, here!/
Leadership strategies for women.
Oh, sure, it seems obvious /now/.