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Favoriting September 30, 2010: The Triumvirate - Clay/Fabio/Julie ... Live (again) - Dead Authors

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Year Of The Cat
Fabio's Leather Jacquard
A Commitment To Talk
Iffy Spare
No Jack - Manfail
Ten CD's Too Many
Old Codeine Pills
Wind and Wuthering
Laughin' and Stompin'
Musical Box


Al Nordine
The Captain's Chair
The Triumvirate
Working The "Fabio Look"
Fabio's Lid
Stetson Stuff
  My hoarseness bothers me
Oceanscapes Mention
Fabio's Incessant Tarrying
David Foster-Wallace ... always remembered
Huffpo Aside
Pynchon Loathed by Listener
Mein Kamph Mention
  Fabio's background music is NOT officially sanctioned by The Dusty Show. I need to be bringing in some serious Jesse Crawford. This show is ACHING for the poet of the organ. No lie. Remind me.
  my comments about beck were inane. druggy?
Hitler Bashing
The German's Snappy Outfits
Fabio We're Not Aggrandizing The Nazis
Fabio's Seems Weak
Fab's Swatch
Watch Heat
LIve One
Dead Authors Continued
Confederacy of Dunces Discussed
That Doggone Ear
Suicide Authors
  Apologies for the light-hearted vibe as we discuss suicide. I am being the smarmiest of all. The Dusty Show does not condone suicide. I suppose humor is often a way of dealing with super sad stuff like this. In light of the death of the young Rutger's students death, this seems in poor taste to me now.
Spalding Gray
  Rabies Joke - Uncool - Sorry
Ambrose Bierce Mention
Trevor Rabin the Big Generator
Kath was Brilliant RIP
How uncool of me about the pancake author. I didn't get it at the time. I thought it was 100 years ago.
Fred Gwynne and Reba
Frederixx From New Port Richey
Fredericks Mind Thing
Grave Diggers
Van Gochhhhh
Ghost And Mr. Chicken ... always remembered.


Vic Mizzy
Fredericks 5'0" - 160
Meeting Scharpling
Mainstream Admissions
Fabio's Too Loud
David Foster-Wallace ... the subject re-emerges
Fabio's Fault
  I am pausing in the midst of doing this playlst. It is Friday night and the windows are open. Out on the street I can hear a couple argue. I worry that it might grow heated. They seem to have toned it down. Thank goodness. It's that alcohol. People drink it on the weekends and they get all wrung out and emotional sometimes. Tired at the end of a long day. Next thing you know, they're arguing, down on the street in October ... 2010 ... quiet now ... save the distant lumbering of a garbage truck, singing its blues to the buildings and the bums.
  Up the street it rumbles now. Doppler. It is past. I wanted to cover my ears. It's almost frightening sometimes, the garbage trucks are so loud. Heavy metal thunder, Kaye called it. The mad mashing of the machines, hard and bending, screaching and moaning. In love with the city. I think they are. But they are sad. They are garbage trucks. And cities love people.
Parallel Lull
  I'm caustic on this show. Weird.
More Dunces
Greatest Listener Description of Something EVER. 10 pts.
Julie Blurts On The Triumphant Last Line
Mainstream Admission
Julie's Elton Obsession
Elvis' Can
E stuff
  Stupid freebase mention. The Dusty Show does NOT promote drug use. Play checkers. Hard.
My Antonio
  Stupid, flippant remarks about disease. Again ... apologies.
  Here's a link about Myasthenia Gravis, which is actually a serious condition:


Fab Probes
The Lottery
Rank Us! (Pick your favourite of The Triumvirate ... let us know.)
Performance Anxiety
Another Lost Call
Losin' The Chair
  It occurred to me just now. Fabio is CC Rider. Get it? Remind me during the next live show. Call up and say it. Captain's Chair Rider. I love it.
Ripping Off Woody Allen
Extreme Gong
Starting to Balloon
  Another careless drug mention. I'll scale back on them. Irresponsible.
My Mind Screams Sweeney
FMU Sissies
  I felt bad about the sissies thing. I am a sissy. I was compensating. A lot of FMU jocks and staff are tough. They are! And the fans, too. Just like anyone else, physically. And smarter.
The Good Stuff
Smacked In The Face With A Shoe
  Small Lull Here. Notice?
The Belt.
Knife Humor
30-Day Rule. Please call only once in a 30-day period. Unless it's a total morgue. This rule is flexible.
Staten Islander
What's Going Wrong?
40 - 180 lbs.
  Congrats on the 8-month clean time!
Kind of Deaf
Wife Story
  Fabio points out the truth!
Listener Alludes to TDS's Glory Days
Longbranch Pennywhistle - Actually, spawning ground of Glenn Frey


Kenny Loggins
Blimpy's Revenge
Julie Riffs with the Staten Island Listener
Danger Zone!
Fabio's Precious Minutes
A Call From Eric Carmen
Drowning vs. Burning
Spalding vs. Voit
Bald Panic
Thin Guys
Pidge Downers
Two-Inches Lower
Fake Jumper
Garage Rock Desperation
A Call From Mrs. Pigeon
This Is It!
  Farewell To Fab and Julie
Julie - Monday nights 3am - 6am
Fab - Thursdays - 3pm - 6pm
  Another show, and a strange one, filled with funny moments and interesting callers. Fabio and Julie were, as always, bright and helpful. As for me, I had an edge in this episode. One might even say a chip nearing my shoulder, if not perched directly upon it. I didn't realize it at the time. It really is a frenetic rush doing the show "live." You hear us yammering away and you imagine us to be having the time of our lives, but what you don't see are the wild hand signals, the body english, the eye-contact that only The Triumvirate shares. I can't speak for Fabio or Julie, but the show winds me up like a fake mouse. In the end I'm spent. We're all spent. We head for the showers and stand there under the warm water as it cascades in calming torrents over our stiff muscles and nerve-jangled skins. Me and Fabio in the Mens Shower Area, and Julie in the Women's. After, we meet in the lounge to compare notes, share candies and small cakes, and talk a bit about what we might do better next time. You know, glistener, it's only later, when I listen back in the comfort home's charming spoils, that I realize how things "actually" sounded. I was a little harsh in this episode. I feel a sense of embarrassment and regret. I was a little un-Pidgelike. I'll reflect further and try to learn so that I might be more sensitive in the future. More mature. For you. And for me. And as for you, glistener ... please keep returning. Write if you find a sliver of time.


Nothing cheers me more than a easygoing email from Edison, or a nice note from New Milford. I'll be logging on continuously over the next eight-months. I'll always be on that thing just staring straight ahead.

That's it, I guess. I can't think of anything else. Go Jets! Gobama! Gomer! Gomez! Gonad! Gorilla! Goat! Gone! Take care and ...

always remember.




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