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Playlist for 29 September 2010 Favoriting | An Untitled Program

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Jim Leonard  Ave Maria   Favoriting Super Saw 

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Pete Drake & His Talking Steel Guitar  Satisfied Mind   Favoriting For Pete's Sake      0:05:55 (Pop-up)
The Electric Lucifer  Incantation   Favoriting Farad 

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Hallogallo  Blinkgürtel   Favoriting 7 Inch    *   0:11:30 (Pop-up)
Neil Young  Sign of Love   Favoriting Le Noise    *   0:16:55 (Pop-up)
Bubbadinos  Paint It Black   Favoriting Paint It Freeform: Covers and Interpretations of "Paint It, Black": Martha's 2010 WFMU Marathon Premium 

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Eyvind Kang  10:10   Favoriting The Story of Iceland      0:42:33 (Pop-up)
Justin Bieber  U Smile 800% Slower with Comments   Favoriting  

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DJ Riko  Whistler's Delight   Favoriting       1:00:54 (Pop-up)
Ergo Phizmiz  Busby Berkeley   Favoriting Things To Do and Make 

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Native Hipsters  Which Way?   Favoriting THere Goes Concorde Again      1:09:55 (Pop-up)
Harry Nilsson  He Needs Me (with Shelly Duvall)   Favoriting  

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Virna Lindt  Shiver   Favoriting Les Filles du Crepuscule (V/A)    *   1:29:32 (Pop-up)
Rita Lee  Hulla-Hulla   Favoriting Build Up 

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Tom Ze  Roquenrol Bim-Bom   Favoriting Estudando a Bossa: Nordeste Plaza    *   1:35:57 (Pop-up)
Joyce, Nana Vasconcelos, Mauricio Maestro  Tudo Bonito   Favoriting Far Out Spaced Odyssey (v/a) 

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Toog  Traffic Jam   Favoriting Goto 

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Naing Naing  Toad Fever   Favoriting Title Track 

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People Like Us  Whistle Song   Favoriting  

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Meat Puppets  Maidens Milk   Favoriting Up On The Sun 

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Steve Herbst  Interview   Favoriting       2:04:45 (Pop-up)
Steve Herbst  Danny Boy   Favoriting Broadway and Beyond 

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Steve Herbst  Summertime   Favoriting Broadway and Beyond      2:35:50 (Pop-up)
Ted Weems and His Orchestra  Heartaches   Favoriting       2:40:47 (Pop-up)
Les Baxter  The Loney Whistler   Favoriting Confetti 

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The Muffins / Fred Frith  Dancing in Sunrise Switzerland   Favoriting Open City 

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Hassle Hound  Hit It And Trip It And Cherub And Sing   Favoriting Born In A Night    *   2:50:22 (Pop-up)
Messer Fur Frau Müller  Import Export   Favoriting Remixodelica 

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Music behind DJ:
Haruomi Hosono & Friends 
Nostalgia of Island   Favoriting  

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Listener comments!

  9:02am Dan B From Upstate:

Ave Ken.
  9:03am Bad Ronald:

Hey Ken,

Thanks for bringing back Belock. Have a great show.


Bad Ronald
  9:05am bbell:

Good Morning, Ken! Thanks for the inspirational photo, but I already rolled up my yoga mat for the day, heading into NYC with FMU on the radio!
  9:05am Ken:

Good morning to all of my friends. I am so happy to be here this morning. So happy. So very very very happy. I am. I really am. You will soon understand why I am writing like this.
  9:06am Parq:

Survived a heart attack, I'm guessing?
  9:07am BSI:

i'm so desperately afraid.
  9:08am Bad Ronald:

  9:08am Sam:

Pepped up on goofballs again?
  9:10am Ne-guh-tor:

I am, too, very happy, so very, very happy to be here this morning, folks! Praise, Jah!
  9:10am still b/p:

If you're happy and you know it, woof your moo!
If you're happy and you know it, and on Wednesday you Ken Show it...
  9:15am Sam:

Yup. That shut everyone up.
  9:16am Ken:

Oh boy, i screwed up reeeallllly bad
  9:17am D in Miami:

  9:17am Vicki:

what you do Ken, leave it at home?
  9:18am Ken:

OOOOHOHHHHHHHH NOOOOOOoooooooooooooooooooooo
  9:18am Ken:

I need your help
  9:18am jeanne:

Hi all! My favorite show all Weeeeeeeeeeeek!!!!!!!!!
  9:18am Vicki:

it's on the "bus" isn't it, inside a DOG
  9:18am John from Oslo:

the app is gone?
  9:18am Vicki:

want some STUFF?
  9:19am The Nightcrawler:

That Neil riff sounds just like something off of Ragged Glory, Love to Burn I think.
  9:20am still b/p:

Confess here now and seek absolution.
  9:20am John from Oslo:

Hello ripe Swedish melons!
  9:21am Vicki:

Neil Young = comfort music
must be bad
  9:22am Goyim in the AM:

The breakdown music? Must be REAL bad.
  9:22am trs:

I like it!
  9:22am still b/p:

  9:26am Mark:

turn it off and on?
  9:26am Mark:

  9:26am Steve L:

When in danger or in doubt
run in circles, scream and shout
  9:27am Mark:

throw the fucking thing against the wall
  9:27am Dan B From Upstate:

Um... Hate to say this... Have you tried re-synching with your computer and restoring factory settings?
  9:27am MD:

All our cell phones will stop working...when the EMP bombs drop!!!! Oh yessss...good morning all!!!
  9:27am Skirkie:

Get a droid.
  9:27am Lizardner Dave:

Wait, someone is having trouble with an iPhone? That is shocking.
  9:28am Aaron:

do what mark said
  9:28am jaw:

Look into its eyes, it will give you the answer. Don't fight it.
  9:28am MD:

  9:28am Sam:

People used to live without these stupid things. YOU DON'T NEED IT!!!!
  9:28am Skirkie:

Does it have a battery you can remove? That's how I always get the 'ol BlackBerry working again.
  9:28am D in Miami:

Ask a blind man what to do.
  9:29am still b/p:

20-25 minutes in warm salt water.
  9:29am BSI:

screw all of this. I want my fifteen-pound analog rotary phone back.
  9:30am Sam:

No Mark is right, destroy it!! No offense, but your show was better when you used to actually PLAY GOOD MUSIC!! Oh crap did I dare to say it??
  9:31am Dan B From Upstate:

iPhone knows it's own name. That is scary enough.
  9:31am Aaron:

threaten to drop it into the lake
  9:31am D in Miami:

It's about as useless as that ipad now.
  9:31am Brian C:

Oh How to Do Now
  9:32am dipps:

ha oh my. If you have the computer with you to sync it to, plug your iPhone into it and do a restore and sync/restore it
  9:32am BSI:

it's absolutely Monk time.
  9:32am fred:

That should teach you to try to do a Kenny G show. Channeling such spirits can be dangerous. WWKD? He would probably leave the annoying voice on for the full show. That would drive the witnesses away, but I'm afraid it wouldn't unlock the damn thing.
  9:33am try this, ken:
  9:33am MOTHER'S VOICE:

Attention. The cooling units for
the light-plus engines are not
functioning. Engines will over-
load in four minutes, fifty seconds...
  9:34am Cecile:

I've had a hankering to hear the baby animal song all week...
  9:34am Vicki:

Ken - " if you haven't figured it out by now, tapping 1 finger highlights, 2 finger tap selects. So to type passcode 1234, highlight 1 by tapping it once, then select it by tapping anywhere on the scene with 2 fingers. Repeat until you've entered all 4 numbers.

Open settings by highlighting it with a 1 finger tap, then selecting with a 2 finger tap. If you need to scroll use 3 fingers to swipe.

Good luck"
  9:35am dipps:

and if you don't have your computer with you, just plug it into a computer with iTunes and do a restore. It'll be a fresh phone with nothing on it but at least you could get Voice Over to then do other stuff.
  9:35am jaw:

Buy more of them, they will figure it out together.
  9:35am Lizardner Dave:

So thalidomide kids can't use an iPhone Vicki?
  9:37am trs:

emergency call still works, too, supposebly. (after itunes wiped out a friend's music file I stopped putting anything valuable on the thing and find it slightly more useful than a brick.)
  9:38am MOTHER'S VOICE:

Attention. Engines will explode in ninety seconds.
  9:39am BSI:

  9:39am Pink Floyd:

Imma commin back
  9:39am Sam:

90 seconds to core meltdown
  9:40am D in Miami:

I fear an iPhone will die today.
  9:41am MOTHER'S VOICE:

Too late for remedial action.
The core has begun to melt.
Engines will overload in two
minutes, thirty-five seconds.
  9:41am iphone:

idon'tdie, ionlymultiply
  9:41am turbo:

Steve Jobs is a Hermaphrodite
  9:41am BSI:

BUT.... THE BEER........
  9:42am Ken:

VICKI!!!!!!!!!! cnjwscjkldsjklcsdacjkldsjklackjl cjklcjklsdajklcjkldsa xjklsdklajcjdsajkl xcjkljklcdsjaklj cdjcjklsdajklcdjklsaC CJKLJKLCJKLSDJKLAC XCDSKLJAJKLCDSJKLACJKLDS ACJKLKLJCJILSDAJKLCDJKLSA YAYYYYYYYY YYYXNSAKJ XJKLJK <3 <3 m<3
  9:42am Sam:

They have an iphone for blind people that actually sees for them. It's called an Eye-Phone.
  9:44am Frank:

Yeah, that's it, paint it black!
  9:44am Goyim in the AM:

Whenever you hear this song, Ken, you will think of this moment.
  9:47am BOMB #20:

Let there be light. (Dark Star)
  9:48am J-Mar:

Whoa! Where is that stamp from?
  9:48am D in Miami:

"12:00" by Blind Kang from The Story of Ken's iPhone.
  9:48am Vicki:

It worked? Yes I think maybe it did?
  9:49am paul:

oh dear lord is that a disturbing gif
  9:50am Peter:

Justin Bieber @ 800X slower! Yeah!
  9:50am BSI:

  9:50am AnAnonymousParty:

Hey, this is kind of trippy, Could it be .... durgs?
  9:50am Bad Ronald:

That BS gif is hilarious!!!
  9:50am Vicki:

"All your base are belong to us" (often shortened to "All Your Base", "AYBABTU", or simply "AYB") is a broken English phrase that was central to an Internet phenomenon, or meme, in 2000–2002. The phrase came about as the result of the spread of a Flash animation that depicted the slogan. The text is taken from the opening cutscene of the 1991 European Sega Mega Drive version of the video game Zero Wing[1] by Toaplan, which was poorly translated from Japanese. It was popularized by the Something Awful message forums.[2]
  9:51am Sam:

Colon: Colon: Colon:
  9:51am Vicki:

The iPhone (pronounced /ˈaɪfoʊn/ EYE-fohn) is a line of Internet and multimedia-enabled smartphones designed and marketed by Apple Inc. The first iPhone was introduced on January 9, 2007.[1]
An iPhone functions as a camera phone, including text messaging and visual voicemail, a portable media player, and an Internet client, with e-mail, web browsing, and Wi-Fi connectivity. The user interface is built around the device's multi-touch screen, including a virtual keyboard rather than a physical one. Third-party applications are available from the App Store, which launched in mid-2008 and now has well over 200,000[2] "apps" approved by Apple. These apps have diverse functionalities, including games, reference, GPS navigation, social networking, and advertising for television shows, films, and celebrities.
There are four generations of iPhone models, and they were accompanied by four major releases of iOS (formerly iPhone OS). The original iPhone established design precedents like screen size and button placement that have persisted through all models. The iPhone 3G added 3G cellular network capabilities and A-GPS location. The iPhone 3GS added a compass, faster processor, and higher resolution camera, including video. The iPhone 4 has two cameras for FaceTime video calling and a higher-resolution display. It was released on June 24, 2010.
  9:51am Frank:

How much explanation marks ? !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  9:51am Lizardner Dave:

Say my name, bitch!
  9:52am Vicki:

Ken Freedman (born February 18, 1959) is the ongoing General Manager of WFMU, a freeform radio station. He also co-hosts the conceptual comedy program Seven Second Delay with Andy Breckman, as well as hosting his own freeform radio program on Wednesday mornings (9:00-noon Eastern Time).
Freedman began his radio career as DJ and later station manager of WCBN, the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor's freeform radio station, where he marked the 1980 election of Ronald Reagan by playing Lesley Gore's "It's My Party (And I'll Cry If I Want To)" for eighteen consecutive hours.[1]
Freedman joined WFMU as a DJ in December 1983, and succeeded Bruce Longstreet as General Manager in August 1985. At the time, WFMU was licensed to and owned by Upsala College, and based in East Orange, New Jersey.
In February 1986, Freedman launched a program guide/zine called LCD (Lowest Common Denominator), featuring work by many internationally known writers and artists, including Nick Tosches, Jim Woodring, Drew Friedman, Gary Panter, Harvey Pekar, Dan Clowes, Tony Millionaire, and Chris Ware. In November 2007, The Best of LCD: The Art and Writing of WFMU, was published by Princeton Architectural Press. It was compiled and edited by longtime WFMU radio host Dave "The Spazz" Abramson.
In 1989, Freedman successfully fended off a challenge to the station's license from four rival broadcasters, who claimed that WFMU was broadcasting above its legal power limit.
In 1992, he founded the non-profit organization Auricle Communications, which purchased WFMU's license from Upsala in 1994. These actions allowed WFMU to survive when the college went bankrupt in 1995.[2]
A core strategy for the station was to embrace the World Wide Web, launching its website in 1993, streaming its broadcasts full-time in 1997, and archiving most broadcasts from 2000.[3] Under Freedman's management, annual donations to the station (which is funded exclusively by listener support) grew from $50,000 in 1983, to $750,000 in 1999, to over $1,000,000 in 2008.[2]
Freedman serves on the board of directors of the National Federation of Community Broadcasters. In 2007, Freedman took on the oversight of WFMU's Free Music Archive, an open source library of copyright-cleared music and audio which is expected to launch in April 2009.[4]
His brother, Samuel G. Freedman is an author of several books, as well as a freelance reporter for the New York Times, and a Professor at the Columbia School of Journalism.
  9:52am Vicki:

Melon is a name given to various members of the Cucurbitaceae family with fleshy fruit. Melon can refer to either the plant or the fruit, which is a type of modified berry referred to as a pepo. Many different cultivars have been produced, particularly of muskmelons. The plant grows as a vine. Although the melon is a fruit, some varieties may be considered "culinary vegetables".
  9:53am Dan B From Upstate:

I love that it actually lifts it's voice if there is a question mark at the end. Tacos are delicious?
  9:53am J-Mar:

Vicki is a fictional character played by Maureen O'Brien in the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. An orphan from the 25th century, she was a companion of the First Doctor and a regular in the programme in Seasons 2 and 3 in 1965. Her last name was never revealed during the series.
  9:53am All your base are belong to us:

All your base are belong to us
  9:54am MD:

  9:54am trs:

yeah, yyyyy?
  9:55am Bad Ronald:

Its been a long time since I rock and rolled,
Its been a long time since I did the stroll.
Ooh, let me get it back, let me get it back,
Let me get it back, baby, where I come from.
Its been a long time, been a long time,
Been a long lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely time.
Yes it has.
Its been a long time since the book of love,
I cant count the tears of a life with no love.
Carry me back, carry me back,
Carry me back, baby, where I come from.
Its been a long time, been a long time,
Been a long lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely time.
Seems so long since we walked in the moonlight,
Making vows that just cant work right.
Open your arms, opens your arms,
Open your arms, baby, let my love come running in.
Its been a long time, been a long time,
Been a long lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely time.
  9:55am mike fun:

  9:56am Vicki:

nstant messaging (IM) is a collection of technologies used for real-time text-based communication between two or more participants over the Internet, or other types of networks. Of importance is that online chat and instant messaging differs from other technologies such as e-mail due to the perceived synchronicity of the communications by the users –chat happens in real-time. Some systems permit messages to be sent to people not currently 'logged on' (offline messages), thus removing some of the differences between IM and e-mail (often done by sending the message to the associated e-mail account).
IM allows effective and efficient communication, allowing immediate receipt of acknowledgment or reply. In many cases instant messaging includes additional features which can make it even more popular. For example, users can see each other by using webcams, or talk directly for free over the Internet using a microphone and headphones or loudspeakers. Many client programs allow file transfers as well, although they are typically limited in the permissible file-size.
It is typically possible to save a text conversation for later reference. Instant messages are often logged in a local message history, making it similar to the persistent nature of e-mails.
  9:56am jaw:

I am Ken's pawn, he uses me disrespectfully, I want out. You all mock me. Whore. I. Am. Now.
  9:56am BSI:

Did she just call Ken the "genital manager" of WFMU?
  9:56am Ne-guh-tor:

"Ongoing genital manager"?
  9:56am Gote:

turn it out, vikki. &
  9:56am Sam:

A wiggly wiggly wobbly wobbly wobbly wiggly yeah yeah yeah
  9:56am Yay!:

Let's play some music. Oontz, Oontz Oontz Oontz Oontz Oontz Oontz Oontz Oontz Oontz Oontz Oontz Oontz.
  9:57am We are the borg:

you will be assimilated
  9:57am Frank:

  9:57am Goyim in the AM:




  9:57am Noah:

Mostly sunny this morning...then mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers this afternoon. Highs in the upper 70s. West winds around 5 mph...becoming southwest this afternoon. Chance of rain 20 percent.
  9:57am Lizardner Dave:

Tomato can and recycle You Tubes.
  9:57am Steve L:

Oo boppa oo bopp oo boppa mao mao
  9:57am Dan B From Upstate:

Well. That settles that.
  9:57am Skirkie:

I usually compulsively count exclamation marks when people use multiple exclamation marks. I kind of want this now.
  9:57am BOMB #20:

False data can act only as a distraction.
Therefore. I shall refuse to perceive you.
The only thing which exists is myself.
In the beginning there was darkness,
and the darkness was without form and void.
And in addition to the darkness there
was also me. And I moved upon the face
of the darkness.
And I saw that I was alone.
Let there be light.
  9:59am Skirkie:

In Soviet Russia, Phone eyes you!
  9:59am D in Miami:

Essay Chai tea
  9:59am jaw:

was so wasted, i was wasted i was so wasted, i was wasted i was a hippie i was a burnout i was a dropout you know i was out of my head i was a surfer i had a skateboard i was so heavy man i lived on the strand i was so wasted i was wasted i was so fucked up i was so screwed up i was so jacked up i couldn't get any higher than that i was so pilled up i was so nebbed out i was so jacked up i was out of my head i was so wasted i was wasted
  9:59am Vicki:

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Nunc tristique tortor eget nulla eleifend feugiat. Donec nulla felis, vulputate fringilla ultrices id, congue et odio. Integer urna orci, pellentesque eget interdum a, iaculis tempus odio. Integer ante magna, pulvinar ut ornare nec, tempus at erat. Mauris quis sem eget arcu volutpat cursus non eget tortor.
  10:00am trs:

Je ne parle pas anglais.
No hablo anglaise.
Sprechen sie deutsch?
  10:00am Vicki:

Hi, my future friend,

I'm not acquainted with you, and I don't even know how you look, anyway I decided to write a letter to you and tell you about my life and about myself. I came to this international marriage agency, because I can't find my love for a long time already. I used to have serious relationship after I have graduated from college and have got a job.

We had big plans for our future and even thought about having children. But the matter is that my boyfriend was an alcohol addict, his friends and he took too much alcohol. And that was the cause of our parting. I didn't pay much attention to it for the first time, but

then, when he was discharged from his job and began asking for my money, that we needed for buying food, to buy alcohol, I lost my temper and offered him to choose between alcohol and me. He left me, having insulted me.

I had to move to another town in irder [sic] not to see him anymore and to start a new life. From that moment I have been living with my dear mother, and we have a dog, his name is Boyetz. He's been living with us for about 13 years already, so he's rather old and I love him very much. I won't date with men, who drink much alcohol any more.

My name is Evgeniya, I've been working for 7 years as a dentist. I'm 32 years old, many of my girlfriends have children and live happily, but I can't find my love.

That's why I want you to send me your picture and I want you to know as well, that I'd

love to meet a person, with whom I'll spend the rest of my life. I'll tell you more about myself in our further correspondance.

Please reply only to my personal email:

Hope hearing from you soon.

You new Russian friend Evgeniya.
  10:00am Lizardner Dave:

Imissthebus, youmissthebus, wemissthebus. In hoc agricula conc, in houc spittle est.
  10:02am fishmonkeystew:

Good lord, that Britney pic is frightening.
  10:04am John from Oslo:

Who's the leader of the club
That's made for you and me?
M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E!

Hey, there! Hi, there! Ho, there!
You're as welcome as can be!
M--I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E

Mickey Mouse! Donald Duck!
Mickey Mouse! Donald Duck!
Forever let us hold our banners high!
High! High! High!

Come along and sing a song
And join the jamboree

And, the ending...

Now's the time to say goodbye
To all our company
Through the years we'll all be friends
Wherever we may be
Mickey Mouse, Mickey Mouse
Forever let us hold our banner high
M-I-C - See ya real soon!
K-E-Y - Why? Because we like you!
  10:04am mink:

i'm with monkeystew. what the hell is mickey doing down there... does Walt know??
  10:04am Mickey Mouse:

Good Morning Sweden!!
  10:04am Swami:

Non sequitor spouting surfing bird
  10:07am Laura L:

I take a stone from the right pocket of my greatcoat, suck it, stop sucking it, put it in the left pocket of my greatcoat, the one empty (of stones). I take a second stone from the right pocket of my greatcoat, suck it, put it in the left pocket of my greatcoat. And so on until the right pocket of my greatcoat is empty (apart from its usual and casual contents) and the six stones I have just sucked, one after the other, are all in the left pocket of my greatcoat. Pausing then, and concentrating, so as not to make a balls of it, I transfer to the right pocket of my greatcoat, in which there are no stones left, the five stones in the right pocket of my trousers, which I replace by the five stones in the left pocket of my trousers, which I replace by the six stones in the left pocket of my greatcoat. At this stage then the left pocket of my greatcoat is again empty of stones, while the right pocket of my greatcoat is again supplied, and in the right way, that is to say with other stones than those I have just sucked. These other stones I then begin to suck, one after the other, and to transfer as I go along to the left pocket of my greatcoat, being absolutely certain, as far as one can be in an affair of this kind, that I am not sucking the same stones as a moment before, but others. And when the right pocket of my greatcoat is again empty (of stones), and the five I have just sucked are all without exception in the left pocket of my greatcoat, then I proceed to the same redistribution as a moment before, or a similar redistribution, that is to say I transfer to the right pocket of my greatcoat, now again available, the five stones in the right pocket of my trousers, which I replace by the six stones in the left pocket of my trousers, which I replace by the five stones in the left pocket of my greatcoat. And there I am ready to begin again.
  10:08am BSI:

dare I ask...... carrot cake?
  10:08am mink:

wow its gone way arty! nice
  10:09am Noah:

It was the coldest night you most ever saw, the wind blew and if it hadn't been for the dogs we would have frozen. It was a raining then in the vallies and snowing in the mountains. The snow then was about three feet deep. The snow was then way to the mule's side. The farther we went up, the deeper the snow got. It snowed one foot on top of the bed. The snow was so deep we could not go over. It come on a storm. It would snow ten days before it would stop. It come a storm. That same night there was the worst storm we had that winter. It snowed and would cover the cabin all over so we could not get out for two or three days. Then came a storm. It stormed so they could not go. The snow was up to their waist and it a snowing so they could hardley see the way. Caught in a storm and had to come back.
  10:09am B Wad:

There once was a man who said though. It seems that I know that I know, what I would like to see is the I that knows me, when I know that I know that I know.
  10:10am Dan B From Upstate:

It was a dark and stormy night (I've taken a creative writing class!)
  10:10am D in Miami:

No more iPhone, Pleeeeeeaaaaaaassssseeeeee!
  10:10am Ne-guh-tor:

Did I just hear Ergo shout out to Ginger Baker?
  10:11am mink:

suddenly a shot rang out
  10:11am seang:

  10:11am BSI:

Nude farmers! Hotdamn! It's harvest time, baby!
  10:12am dei x:

I read something about Emo bombs dropping, and now I have to get back to work. Sucks to be late for the party.
  10:12am Bad Ronald:

The maid screamed!
  10:13am trs:

No "music please!!" ?! Remarkable.
  10:13am Ken:

Music Please!
  10:15am Laura L:

@ Seang: Yes, Beckett-- "Molloy"
  10:16am Dan B From Upstate:

Showers Good.
  10:16am jaw:

My machine booty has a boil.
  10:17am John from Oslo:

The first ten million years were the worst. And the second ten million: they were the worst, too. The third ten million I didn't enjoy at all. After that, I went into a bit of a decline.
  10:17am Steve L:

Monday! Monday! Monday! National amphetamine speedway. Buy today! Can you afford to live without it?
  10:17am ?:

Resistance is Food aisle
  10:17am Swami:

Kenny g ain't got nothin on me
Kenny g ain't got nothin on me
Kenny g ain't got nothin on me
  10:19am John from Oslo:

Der Onkel Bumba aus Kalumba tanzt nur Rumba.
Die große Mode in Kalumba ist jetzt Rumba.
Sogar der Oberbürgermeister von Kalumba
Tanzt jetzt leidenschaftlich Rumba,
Rumba, Rumba, Rumba, Rumba, Rumba, Rumba, Rumba, ... Rum-ba
Was ist denn los in ganz Kalumba mit dem Rumba - Rumba?
Die Politik ist ganz vergessen in Kalumba.
Man ist vor Rumba ganz besessen in Kalumba.
Man steht am Morgen auf und legt sich abends schlafen in Kalumba mit dem Rumba,
Rumba, Rumba, Rumba, Rumba, Rumba, Rumba, Rumba, ... Rum-ba
  10:19am Webhamster Henry:

If you want to hear the WFU schedule over your phone read by a robot:
(800) 289-5570 then PIN: 9990024408
  10:20am Webhamster Henry:

Similarly , the WFMU Joke of the second read by a robot: (800) 289-5570 then PIN: 999002440
  10:24am D:

New Neil and Justin Biebles are killer. WFMU is my surrrogate mother.
  10:25am D:

  10:25am Michelle in Green Bay:

Is it wrong that I've noticed that Mickey Mouse animation is roughly synchronized to the background music right now?
  10:25am MD:

GET OFF THE PHONE...YOU ARE DRIVING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  10:25am Cecile:

When they do the Fringe Preview, they use a stoplight. And if it's really bad, then people start clapping to get it off the stage.
  10:26am still b/p:

Can you ask the guest to whistle "Heartaches" and the guitar parts from "Highway Star?"
  10:27am trs:

ManyTimer app has a good 'cuckoo clock' sound effect. Easy to rig.
  10:27am dc pat:

jeeze Ken post another big picture to get Britney's nether regions off the screen...
  10:27am mink:

michelle in green bay: just made me snort coffee with your comment.
Also, Where is this song from..?! Sooo familiar... argh...
  10:27am dc pat:

ah, that's better....
  10:27am D:

Use a foghorn.
  10:28am nuts:

holy cow I was watching POPeye just last night!
  10:29am dc pat:

not that I'm complaining, mind's just that, well, y'know..
  10:29am mink:

POPEYE bloody hell yes thats it
  10:29am Michelle in Green Bay:

Apologies, Mink. ;-)
  10:30am trs:

Cow and cannon sound alarms are good deterrents, too. Clapping audience will just make them want to stay for more. More! MORE!
  10:30am Adrian in London:

Help.A robot has taken over my voice. I am lost to the world.
  10:31am Swami:

My affectless voice indicates my total lack of emotion. I will now kill you for I know not how to love.
  10:31am BSI:

those pressurized-can air-horns are comedy gold. And a flawless signal to GIT OFF THE STAGE NOW.
  10:31am Cecile:

The preview crowd and the performers know what it means. But you have to agree on terms in advance. Something 7 sec delay isn't known for..
  10:33am mink:

could just throw tomoatoes like in the good old days? :-D
  10:35am dc pat:

what is that instrument doing runs up and down the scale in the background on Hulla-Hulla??
  10:36am men at work:

who can it be now?
  10:38am D:

High school gym scoreboard buzzer.
  10:38am John from Oslo:

Tahuwai la a tahuwai wai la
Ehu hene la a pili koo lua la
Pututui lu a ite toe la
Hanu lipo ita paalai

Au we ta huala
Au we ta huala
  10:39am Goyim in the AM:

I like to imagine that D was answering dc pat's question.
  10:43am John from Oslo:

  10:46am Cecile:

wow. Soylent Green meets Smucker's
  10:47am stingy d:

good morning effrybody, is it safe?
  10:49am PMD:

Is this Trouble's show?
  10:49am PMD:

Oh, singing on top. Never mind! Morning all...
  10:50am D:

Is Justin Biebles as good 800x faster as he is 800x slower. I read that he a jewish reborn again christian like Bob Dylan in the times.
  10:52am stingy d:

speaking of sounding better slow- did anyone hear the olsen twins pizza song slowed down?
  10:53am jan:

I like the Ampex tape deck. What is playing on the prerecorded tape?
  10:53am D:

stingy d- I just saw that and am horrified.
  10:55am D:
  10:56am -max-:

Can someone help me with these melons?
  10:57am stingy d:

if you love the pizza song- and want to download it.....
  10:57am Mark:

Now I feel like having pizza for lunch
  10:58am stingy d:

  10:59am Mark:

put it in the pizza!
  10:59am nuts:

yes! the puppets of meat.
  10:59am jordan from Buffalo:

Great tune!
  11:00am Swami:

Love nem Puppets
  11:01am D:

This is the new best song I have ever heard.
  11:01am hamburger:

arggg i'm late!
  11:02am Anzahl:

Meat Puppets - great. I will go to work whistling this tune all day.
  11:03am paul:

ooh can we hear "four fingers" by negativland? there's whistling in that
  11:04am Bad Ronald:

Generals and Majors - XTC? Nice whistling there.
  11:04am Mark:

no Bing! still Google!
  11:04am jeremy:

go to bing and google it
  11:05am Michelle in Green Bay:

What advice would your guest have for someone who totally sucks at whistling?
  11:06am Obviously:

That blows, Michelle.
  11:08am Michelle in Green Bay:

  11:08am -max-:

Ask him why the standard phase used for describing hard work is "He's not just whistling "Dixie"? Is it really that difficult?
  11:09am John from Oslo:

Long Time Listener, First Time Tinnitus
  11:10am Michelle in Green Bay:

  11:11am Dickdong:

How many type of whistle does your guest do? Lips, teeth, throat etc.
  11:11am D:
  11:12am John from Oslo:

Always look at the bright side of WFMU
  11:13am D:
  11:14am try this, ken:

the expression has nothing to do with difficulty. It means one isn't simply expressing a vain wish, as for the resurgernce of the confederacy.
  11:14am listener 108365 in bushwood:

quetion: I played a recording of the english whisler Rinaldi to my friend who is a good amatuer whistler. He was convinced that Rinaldi used a small device that enhances wistling ability, a device that used to be a cracker jack prize. ANything to this?
  11:15am Mark:

has Steve ever whistled past a graveyard?
  11:17am hamburger:

ever whistle during a funeral? ;)
  11:18am D:

  11:18am John from Oslo:

Is that Prozac induced?
  11:19am John from Oslo:

or a nifty side-effect?
  11:19am JK:

What's the name of the whistling movie again???
  11:20am Cecile:

I am clapping at my desk!
  11:22am stingy d:

sometimes i'm riding my bike through traffic and people just walk aimlessly into the street, and i whistle really loud. how's yr loud whistle, steve?
  11:23am Mark:

I wouldn't say I was obsessed
  11:24am -max-:

You're not fooling anyone, Mark.
  11:25am jordan from Buffalo:

Master's in what? I am a masters student in Fordham and have noticed some
conspiciously superb whistling in a hallway or two.
  11:26am Cecile:

  11:27am jeremy:

  11:28am Carmichael:

Holiday for Strings? Amazing challenge!
  11:29am Mark:

deranged, maybe but not obsessed
  11:32am Cecile:

Okay, this is a real question and a lame joke. Is Steve on Twitter?
  11:33am hamburger:

  11:33am Vicki:

this Danny Boy is beautiful
  11:35am Cecile:

I know what I'm getting my father in law for Christmas. He was a great whistler before the throat cancer. He still loves checking other whistlers out.
  11:37am trs:

Do whistlers, recorder players and Theremin players ever play together? Respectful of others disciplines, mixers or rivals?
  11:38am PMD:

I still think Andy puppet can beat him.
  11:39am Bad Ronald:

Can Steve eat crackers and whistle?
  11:42am still b/p:

oh, yeahhh.
  11:44am -max-:

There is some nice whistling on R. Stevie's version of Theme from A.G.
  11:46am stingy d:

oh, audrey! sigh
  11:48am BSI:

  11:50am stingy d:

mmmmmm audrey + muffins!
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