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Options May 2, 2012: No Juicebox, No Peace!

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Wood Bull Antique Barn, Milford NY, April 22, 2012

Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Lee Morgan  Yes I Can, No You Can't (edit)   Options The Gigolo  0:00:00 ()
Garage a Trois  Baby Mama Drama   Options Always Be Happy, But Stay Evil  0:02:27 ()
Amy Annelle  The Waco Boy   Options The Great Unveiling  0:07:14 ()
Samuel James  Sunrise Blues   Options Songs Famed for Joy and Sorrow  0:10:55 ()
Donald Byrd  Shangri-La   Options Royal Flush  0:15:55 ()
Cults  Bumper   Options Cults  0:26:49 ()
Juicehead & Osaka Popstar  Waiting Room   Options Misfits Records "Waiting Room" 7" (for Record Store Day 2012)  0:29:12 ()
Shania Twain  Don't Be Stupid   Options Come On Over  0:32:18 ()
Sheila Chandra  Puppet Tears   Options The Struggle  0:35:54 ()
Eddi Front (a.k.a. Ivana XL)  Super Hero Style   Options Love, Santa (7ivanaxl7.bandcamp.com)  0:41:48 ()
Cal Tjader  Elizete   Options Plays the Contemporary Music of Mexico and Brazil  0:45:03 ()
Headlights  Market Girl   Options Some Racing, Some Stopping  0:52:33 ()
Mike Doughty  Grey Ghost (2003 version)   Options The Lo-Fi Lounge  0:55:50 ()
Flamin Groovies  Teenage Confidential   Options Groovies' Greatest Grooves  0:59:54 ()
Duffy  Girl   Options Endlessly  1:02:17 ()
Helen Humes  Jet Propelled Papa   Options Space Guitar & Deathray Boogie  1:04:39 ()
Club d'Elf  Gettin' Squinty   Options Electric Moroccoland  1:07:44 ()
Marco Benevento  Fearless   Options Me Not Me (outtake)  1:18:26 ()
Claire Judice  Snakes Couldn't Steal a Baby. Or Could They?   Options ClaireBearNightMare  1:24:14 ()
Karen Mantler  I Wanna Be Good   Options My Cat Arnold  1:32:23 ()
Sexton Ming and Billy Childish  Dung Beetle Rolls Again   Options Dung Beetle Rolls Again  1:36:27 ()
Carole King  Pleasant Valley Sunday   Options Legendary Demos  1:39:27 ()
Eddi Front (a.k.a. Ivana XL)  Into My Arms (Nick Cave cover)   Options Love, Santa (7ivanaxl7.bandcamp.com)  1:41:52 ()
Stick McGhee  Double Crossin' Liquor   Options New York Blues and R&B 1948-1955  1:53:30 ()
Blind Faith  Well All Right (Buddy Holly)   Options self-titled  1:56:00 ()
Craig Shields and the Chapman Percussion Ensemble  Powerhouse   Options Craig Shields' Senior Recital (Chapman University, April 20, 2012)  2:00:29 ()
Klaus Beyer  Durcheinander   Options Das Weisse Album  2:03:59 ()
The Wonder Stuff  Who Wants to be the Disco King?   Options It's Your Money I'm After, Baby  2:08:03 ()
Akron Family  So It Goes   Options S/T II: The Cosmic Birth and Journey of Shinju TNT  2:10:50 ()
The Frank Cunimondo Trio featuring Lynn Marino   What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life?   Options Feelin' Good  2:13:27 ()
Chris Forsyth  Soft History   Options Dreams  2:17:12 ()
Orquesta don Bosco  Granada   Options Melodias y Voces No. 2  2:31:30 ()
Carole King  Take Good Care of My Baby   Options Legendary Demos  2:36:20 ()
Doris Knoll  Ladies Day at the Ball Game   Options Knoll Records 7" single (ca. 1962)  2:39:01 ()
The Posies  Suddenly Mary   Options Dream All Day  2:41:42 ()
Jenifer Jackson  Burned Down Summer   Options Slowly Bright  2:46:05 ()
Anna Nalick  Satellite   Options Wreck of the Day  2:49:38 ()
Bob Thompson, His Orchestra and Chorus   Diga Diga Doo   Options Just For Kicks  2:53:50 ()

Listener comments!

  Wed. 5/2/12 3:02pm Joe Bacon:

Ah, it's Irwin Time!
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:08pm Denise from DC:

Always a joy to hear my favorite curmudgeon.
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:09pm Spoiled Brats:

No sippycup, no peace!!!!!!!!
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:10pm Unclear on the concept:

Isn't this Amy Annelle song kind of depressing?
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:12pm Michael:

My daughter who's somehow reached the age of 19 in a flash it seems, still prefers her juice in the juicebox. And Hi Irwin!
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:14pm G:

@Unclear: This set's mood is way better than hearing Riders on the Storm and Let It Rain for the 10,000th time on a classic rock station whenever it's raining locally.
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:16pm Denise from DC:

The photo's a bit creepy. Did you take it, Irwin?
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:19pm Van in DC:

It keeps staring at me.
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:19pm Irwin:

More creepy pix @ the link. And some not-so-creepy.
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:21pm Parq:

Earlier, Ken mentioned the movie "The Cabin in the Woods". If you've seen it, you know why I bring up the subject in connection with that photo.
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:22pm Parq:

The photo is a link! Irwin, those other pics are stupendous.
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:22pm Laura L:

I see on the link you say this is a Wood Bull Bench Boy. What mannequin mother would let her boy go around in a hat like that?
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:22pm Denise from DC:

Hm. I thought of the child mannequin as a girl.
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:25pm kat330:

I thought it was a boy. The outfit, et al, looks just like JT as a kid in Finland.
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:27pm kat330:

@Irwin: Yes, wonderful pics at the link.
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:29pm Joe Bacon:

I feel so good, I need Irwin to get my James Brown cape!
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:29pm Carmichael:

Howdy Irwin and internetters.
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:31pm kat330:

Here on the Ohio River, where the steamboat race between the Belle of Louisville and the Delta Queen will happen in a few, it is hot, sunny and breezy. Finally had to turn the AC on.
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:31pm paula pc:

where's Ian when you need him
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:35pm mott:

irwin was on a roll til this Shananay dud.
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:36pm Parq:

Sorry, Mott. I actually have never heard a Shania T song I didn't like.
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:37pm ChrisB.:

Irwin! What were you doing up in Milford? Wood Bull is fun. Did you get to Cooperstown Brewing Co. or Ommegang? Maybe Hall of Fame in Cooperstown?
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:44pm Irwin:

@ChrisB: 19th Century Base Ball [sic] conference at the HoF.
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:45pm Laura L:

R.I.P. David Weiss of the great Fischli/Weiss.... You know the film "Der Lauf der Dinge" ["The Way Things Go"]? It's on youtube in 3 parts--30 spectacular min. all together.
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:45pm ChrisB.:

Well played, my friend.
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:47pm Matt from Springfield:

Creepy wood mannequins, just what we need more of!
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:50pm kat330:

Couldn't locate the photo I was thinking of specifically, but this one shows the Finnboy/mannequin resemblance (JT's the little tough in the center)http://www.flickr.com/photos/18076072@N08/7125960631/in/photostream/lightbox/
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:52pm Matt from Springfield:

Miss 7SD is STILL hanging around? I think she's a $5perperson-digger...
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:55pm Mike East:

that is a great pic, kat330! I see the resemblence, but not nearly as creepy as that mannequin - the image of which will haunt my dreams tonight.
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:55pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Nice photo--super garagey garage rock! Paint cans for drums?? With some pot and pan percussion they could have made a nice Amanda style racket!
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:57pm kat330:

@Matt: I'm concerned about the 7SD Bingo... jumped the shark?
And technically, they are a "cellar band" I think. :) Actually those other kids in the photo are all doing something in Finnish films. We saw a credit for the drummer as part of the crew of "Le Havre" (Kaurismaki film).
  Wed. 5/2/12 3:59pm kat330:

Thanks, Mike! The photographer is the father of the other three kids in the picture, neighbors of JT in Puistola, Finland.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:01pm Woo:

Groovies make it allright
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:01pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Cool, a creative bunch.

7SD would have jumped the shark many times now by regular standards, it's hard to tell just when that show will finally go overboard. In fact...7SD is probably on the flip side of that scale: it can succeed only when it fails.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:02pm Carmichael:

Even after I said hello to Irwin, I still just remembered that today is Wednesday. Man, I'm getting killed here at work. What's up with 7SD?? Did Ken not take my advice to hand out steak knives to the 1st 100 people?
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:04pm Matt from Springfield:

@Carm: Wednesdays are second only to Mondays at my work--first half of Wed always seems especially brutal. Irwin's show is the ideal "over the hump" celebration.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:05pm Parq:

Carm, God in heaven, you want to hand out steak knives to Andy Breckman's audience?
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:06pm kat330:

Oh, this is nice.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:06pm Carmichael:

@Parq: <snicker> Either knives or nunchuks ...
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:08pm Droll:

Indeed, listeners to that show are mostly tree huggers/eaters. No use for a "steak" knife, it'd be a waste... Unless they're also selling sutures and bandages at the theater, that'll be a cash cow.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:14pm autumn:

eating chocolate and turkee
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:14pm kat330:

OK, getting a Bliss, Captain!
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:15pm autumn:

  Wed. 5/2/12 4:16pm Matt from Springfield:

Where's chocolate??! I must find some!! And eat to excess!!!
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:16pm kat330:

Oops, not Bliss but Dove dark chocolate. The inside "fortune" reads: "Live your dreams." Fait accompli.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:18pm Matt from Springfield:

I must follow medical advice and eat chocolate.

Who will be the coroner--to CORONERS when they die?? That's the clue--they eat ONLY chocolate, chocolate from you when you die in fact, and it's the SAME coroners throughout time!
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:18pm Terry is cooking:

Dark chocolate with BBQ potato chips mixed in. I have some, you don't.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:20pm Irwin:

Eat ONLY chocolate and LIVE 4EVER!!!!!!111!!1!
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:20pm Matt from SF:

I'm too full on split pea soup. Shoulda caught me 1/2 hour ago.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:21pm Droll:

If 7SD is bingo themed, the racket must then be selling the daubers and plastic gremlins with spiked hair.
The only chocolate I have is stuck to these Chex, I'll be sure to eat the whole bag to make quota.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:26pm Matt from Springfield:

Claire Judice could easily go down a Judson Fountain route with this setup.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:27pm Denise from DC:

I was thinking of Judson Fountain too, Matt.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:27pm kat330:

Irwin, looks like your chocolate-covered fingers were slipping off the shift key on occasion.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:31pm G:

My gf loves using her iThing to shazam stuff on the radio. She liked that Ivana XL tune, and I wanred her that it was better than 50/50 it would not be in their database. It sure wasn't! :-) Playlist saves the day... We weren't sure how to spell "Ivana" from the back announce -- so many ways female names get spelled any more...
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:33pm still b/p:

I'm keeping a bag of Ghirardelli chocolate (60% cacao) morsels in the fridge, and a fresh bag in a cabinet. Cheaper by the pound than a good bar. And I'm hitting them pretty regular. May be a problem.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:35pm glenn:

porketta bingo. http://www.thestar.com/living/food/article/1102812--porketta-bingo-is-sudbury-s-delicious-passion
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:38pm G:

So b/p, we could do your story as a remake of The Lost Weekend, with a working title of The Lost Waistline?
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:39pm Parq:

This Dug Beetle thing is like, Daniel Johnston Meets Tom Waits.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:39pm tom:

plz help me find info on Claire Judice and the ClaireBearNightMare album.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:40pm Matt from Springfield:

Carole King demo!!! Nice!
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:41pm Matt from Springfield:

I've grown to appreciate "Pleasant Valley Sunday"--it's almost like an American Kinks song.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:43pm Matt from Springfield:

Julie's played an Eliza Rickman cover of this Nick Cave song--it's an amazing song, surprised more haven't tried to cover this.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:44pm still b/p:

I get to wear Ray Milland's hat?! ...or belt? I'm a skinny mo' fo' and have always been. If I get large in just the belly from orgy-morseling, I'll be a freakish sight. Lean and pregnant.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:46pm G:

@bp: So then we could do it as a horror movie, not a social-problem drama :-)
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:47pm autumn:

  Wed. 5/2/12 4:48pm still b/p:

Dark Chocolate Shadows.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:48pm kat330:

Carole must eat a lot of chocolate. Not aging at all.
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:53pm listener David:

Is this picture the girl from Neverending Story? The Child Princess?
  Wed. 5/2/12 4:55pm Body:

Stop blaming ME! YOU are the drunk making me that way, Stick!
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:02pm Denise from DC:

Impressive version of Raymond Scott here. Is this kid in high school or college?
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:03pm Irwin:

Chapman University.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:05pm Denise from DC:

D'oh! The playlist says so. Sorry, Irwin.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:05pm G:

I GOT BLISTERS ON MY EARDRUMS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:05pm ChrisB.:

Wow. Great student recital! Chapman was right around the corner from where I used to live in Orange, CA. Exene Cervenka lives in that nabe, too.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:05pm Matt from Springfield:

Helter SCHkelter! Machen Sie Verr├╝ckte Spass!
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:07pm Joe Bacon:

Sounds like Curly of the Three Stooges on a bad acid trip!
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:07pm autumn:

hiding in the litter box
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:10pm kat330:

@autumn: Kitty likes chocolate?
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:12pm autumn:

no, just turkee. delee tuhrkey.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:13pm Denise from DC:

My cats like chocolate. And cookies. And trail mix. And just about anything else edible by humans. Not to mention plenty that isn't, like regurgitated cat food.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:13pm kat330:

Autumn, if you paw your way back to 4:13... :)
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:16pm kat330:

@Denise:! Heh! I had cats who like to retrieve and eat popcorn, and even one who liked cantaloupe, but not a list like yours. I used to look after a dog who enjoyed regurgitated (and otherwise eliminated) cat meals.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:16pm G:

Regurgitated catfood is technically human-edible. We just normally have somewhat preferable options.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:17pm Joe Bacon:

Still remember the dog I had as a kid. He hated dog food, always ate Purina Cat Chow.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:18pm Denise from DC:

G, I was waiting for someone to make that point.

Kat, I can't leave anything that's edible unprotected for more than a couple of minutes, or else it'll have little kitty toothmarks in it. Last night I caught my cat Fergus trying to rip open a bag of Costco Fruit and Nut Mix. He loves the stuff.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:19pm Droll:

G, Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence! Strictly speaking, nobody said it was regurgitated by the cat.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:19pm jan:

Loving Chris Forsyth!
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:20pm G:

If I was in the Andean plane crash stranding or some such, regurgitated catfood would totally work for me. After talking myself into it and bracing myself, and making sure I was not breathing through my nose.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:20pm kat330:

Well, at least you don't have the picky eater problem.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:22pm Denise from DC:

Kat, I thought at first you were replying to G.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:22pm G:

  Wed. 5/2/12 5:22pm kat330:

Why do dogs want to eat cat eliminations is what I'd like to know.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:22pm Denise from DC:

Droll, are you an attorney?
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:23pm kat330:

Denise, I was actually thinking of typing it applied to both of you. :)
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:23pm Dogs:

Dogs are the green pet. Recycling.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:23pm Matt from Springfield:

@Joe: I wonder how other dogs view that "alternative style" of your dog..
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:24pm Dogs:

No vomit, no peace
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:24pm autumn:

ok. I lied. I was eating chocolate-covered delee turkeey
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:25pm kat330:

Well, then, YOU GO DOGS!
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:27pm Dogs:

Occupy Cat Shit!
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:27pm kat330:

@autumn: Awwww, s'okay. I knew a dog who liked cat Tootsie Rolls, so to speak.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:27pm Droll:

Denise, I am not an attorney, but my legal advice is to enjoy Context-Free Patent Art: http://contextfreepatentart.tumblr.com/
I personally most enjoy the Tele-Puppet technology.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:27pm kat330:

Irwin's intake of breath is hysterical!
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:28pm Matt from Springfield:

Dreamy Soft History indeed..that was a good one.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:31pm Denise from DC:

Thank you, Droll! The tongue is the best.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:32pm kat330:

@Denise: Whether Droll or not, I agree with you.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:37pm Matt from Springfield:

Carole twin spin! Didn't know this was another one of hers.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:38pm Denise from DC:

I like that she's singing about a woman.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:38pm autumn:

99% of all good songs ever written-- are hers.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:38pm Caryn:

Yay, Carole!
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:38pm G:

Disclaimer: Despite my prior desperation food-intake comments, I am at this moment eating actually Brooklyn-made pizza. Easy to say what you *would* do if you don't actually have to...
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:39pm G:

Carole totally redeems the Brill Bldg...
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:39pm kat330:

If you've seen her recently, I'm telling you, the mountain air is doing wonders to keep her young -- or chocolate.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:41pm Irwin:

@G: Explain "redeem."
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:42pm Matt from Springfield:

I can imagine Doris and other woman reading these lines off of sheets of paper as it's being recorded.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:45pm Carmichael:

That's right, Irwin. Carole MADE the Brill building.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:46pm Denise from DC:

How much credit does Gerry get?
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:47pm G:

Cmon, Irwin, there was an in no way inconsiderable segment of scholck emanating from ye olde BB, no? If no, explain *your* position. :-)
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:48pm ghost of Brill--some of my peeps:

Burt Bacharach and Hal David
Bert Berns
Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart
Neil Diamond
Andy Kim
Giant, Baum & Kaye
Gerry Goffin and Carole King
Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Barry
Hugo & Luigi
Artie Kornfeld
Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller
Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil
Shadow Morton
Laura Nyro
Claus Ogerman [1]
Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman
Tony Powers
Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield
Paul Simon as Jerry Landis [2]
Phil Spector
Eddie Snyder
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:49pm Denise from DC:

Whoa. Impressive list.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:49pm Irwin:

@G: see "ghost" above. Then define "scholck."
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:50pm G:


"90% of everything is crap"
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:50pm Brill Ghost:

and that's not even all of them.
kiss my music & lyrics, G.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:50pm kat330:

"Redeem" is apparently tantamount to s duel challenge. I once said a Stevie Wonder track "redeemed" a certain unnamed FMU DJ's set, and I got back an email "What do you mean redeem?!" :)
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:51pm G:

In other words, a list maybe nine times as long as ghost's could be compiled on the other side of the cultural ledger...
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:52pm G:

Ghost? The Brill Bldg's still there. I happened to walk by it a few weeks ago and saw the plaque.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:52pm Ghost of Other Side of Cultural Ledger:

yes, it includes Vanilla Ice
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:52pm Irwin:

@G: Makes you feel good to sneer, don't it?
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:52pm Carmichael:

But is it more *potent* a list, G? I think that's the point of the discussion.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:53pm Droll:

These are definitely fighting words. I think a gentlemanly shlock-off is in order.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:53pm kat330:

That was in my early activity in these environs, like an innocent Rod Stewart dis was, too. I learned my lesson: Flatter or keep your fingers shut. ;)
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:53pm G:

Redeem means "buy back" (Latin redemptus), from the idea of buying back a hostage from a negative situation in olden times.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:54pm Matt from Springfield:

@G: Though, if 90% of *everything* is crap, then there's no point in either identifying anything as crap. Or better than crap. It would just be a law of nature (you don't point out the gravity, it just is).
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:54pm Ghost of Corner Deli Next To Brill:

I am no longer there-many of those writers got ham on rye. sniff.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:55pm G:

No sneers here. There are just good and not so good (or, better and worse) parts to everything, and that's a fact. All the children are NOT actually above average :-)
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:56pm Matt from Springfield:

@kat: Irwin said he should "swat" me, because I disparaged the Four Seasons album of Dylan covers--I had nothing against the song (they did a wonderful "Queen Jane Approximately", and that's not a common cover either). I was just pointing the laziness of the concept of doing a Dylan covers album, particularly in the 60s. The works themselves were quite fine however.
So yeah, know where you're coming from :)
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:57pm Carmichael:

Let's leave it to Andy and Ken. They'll figure it out.
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:57pm Joe Bacon:

Another great show, Irwin!
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:58pm kat330:

Enjoyable as ever, Irwin! Happy Derby/Cinco de Mayo all!
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:58pm G:

The clock mandates that, Carm! Nice show, BB-defending-at-all-costs Irwin. :-)
  Wed. 5/2/12 5:59pm Matt from Springfield:

National Treasure Carole. We can all agree on that! (I hope...)

Great show Irwin! See you community dialoguers later!
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