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Good Friday night: A dance to spring.


Here’s the recording of last night’s (2021-04-02) KNYO Memo of the Air: Good Night Radio show, ready to re-enjoy.


Thanks to Hank Sims of Lost Coast Outpost here’s a page with not only the above MOTA show but also other ones going back quite a way.

And here’s a fresh batch of not-necessarily-radio-useful but worthwhile items that I set aside for you while gathering the show together, found mostly thanks to the fine websites listed to your right:

Fun with dry ice, dish soap, glycerine and clamp lamps.

Eight minute drum solo. He tosses away the sticks halfway through and applies the hands-on method.

Walrus. (via b3ta)

Creep in 13 styles.

Blackbird in Mi’kmaq.

Imaginary friends. (via b3ta)

Beak to beak. Doorway in red.

Lands of lore. (via b3ta)


Louis Armstrong – Shadrach, Meshach, Abednego.

Music For a Found Harmonium on solo looped guitar.

Four cellists one cello.

Police Squad epilogues. (via b3ta)

Note: the inside man just walks over and /shuts the door against the situation/. I like to think that I would charge out and jump into the air and kick the guy in the general head-and-upper-body area with both feet at once into the street. Probably if I were really there I’d be afraid and freeze like these people, but I /like/ to think that’s what I’d do. I know how to do it; I did it like a thousand times on a punching bag when I was thirteen.


Miss Space.

Seb Skelly’s latest horn bit.

“I make the sound from like right here.”

The big trombone boy and his tiny momma. They are so happy together. They’re like a live-action cartoon. It looks like it hurts her to walk, though.



Voice recording for South Park. This is exactly how I imagined it goes. It reminds me to recommend again that you see their feature-length films (Bigger Longer and Uncut. Team America: World Police) and their Broadway musical comedy show about Mormons. (via b3ta)

Istanbul. Istanbooooool. Why they changed it, I can’t say.

A realistic train experience from the window of a toy train, where you are a passenger the size of your own thumb. Look at your thumb right now. That’s how big you are.

Mid century modern.

Submarine automata.

Boomers got the vax.

Fingerstyle Robot Rock.

“They are NOT habit-forming!”

Exciting Tokyo.

Hevesh5’s latest project.

Ice drums.

All Playing For Change videos. (via Everlasting Blort)

The Wrecking Crew. Full documentary film.

Rerun: Balance. I wonder if they ever hit themselves in their own eye with those, and then they’re out in the middle Australia and what do they do about that?


The only dog to break 40 seconds. Papillon means butterfly. That kind of dog is named for its butterly-wing-like ear-hair.

Fastest 147 in history.

The future.

The Louvre. All of it. Free. You don’t have to wait till Fridays to go painting in the Louvre.

Make your own Bayeux Tapestry thingy. (via Everlasting Blort)!/

Peter Kay.

The Watchers. (via Everlasting Blort)

All stains, that is, but the Human Stain.

“When lift plus thrust is greater than load plus drag, anything can fly.” (via

A person deliberately flew a toy drone slowly down into an erupting volcano in Iceland, camera pointed straight down. The drone can no longer be returned even for store credit, but it gave what life it had to send this video from the mouth of the bowels of Hell.

Electronic engineering cheat cards.

See? Think it through.

Wonderful DDT. It there anything it can’t do?

Rerun: This was in March of 2020. The sounds from George at the podium are the really funny part, for me.

Patton Oswalt on gay marriage and magic Green Lantern rings.

Flying around in the museum of pinball, I smell dusty stale solder flux, cigar smoke and salt-water taffy.

Boston Dynamics’ new robots seem friendly and thoughtful.

And The Hypnotic Eye, Episode 2.


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