Box of candy and a piece of fruit.
“As humans, we must ask ourselves how much of our own bodies we could reasonably eat without dying.” -Noam Chomsky
Or, thanks to Hank Sims of Lost Coast Outpost, you can get it this other way, which you might like better because it offers an instant-play option and isn’t surrounded by confusing flashing ads.
The beginning of the recording is the very end of The Miracle of the Can. You might find that educational. (I played about fifteen minutes of it, getting ready, to make sure everything was working.)
Further, here are links to a few not necessarily radio-useful but otherwise worthwhile items that I set aside for you while putting the show together, found mostly thanks to the fine websites listed to your right:
Skiing in ice channels.
Electronic-sounding music made from real sounds (rain, to start), and beautiful animation.
More Max Cooper.
Anthony’s story about spying on the pathetic wanker who stole his phone.
Tigers in the snow.
You’re shoveling wrong. Try it this way.
In case you missed this, here’s how Charles Mingus, famous giant-violin player, toilet-trained all his cats, and you can too.
Box of candy and a piece of fruit. Bob Gibson, R.I.P.
Do a thing.
Zoom in. Swoop around.
Map of the visible universe released to everyone. Now we can get some work done.
The Nutcracker zoetrope.
Rich mother, Gandalf/Santa, Stockholm syndrome, happy ending.
So what if it’s an ad? It’s a lovely story.
A flippin’ /Japanese tango/.
A Chinese pop star’s art-related music video.
Collection of videos of trains crashing through snow.
The dignity of the unborn.
“Death rides on every cloud of dust.”
“A single gargle of Listerine eliminated gonorrhea bacteria in the throats of nearly half the men.” (Just to warn you: it doesn’t cure you, it just kills the germs in your mouth for like five minutes, then they’re all back again because they permeate your entire flesh. You really still need to go to a real doctor, sailor.)