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Options April 17, 2012: Nothing is Certain but Poetry and Taxes ... or taxes, anyway. PLUS: The first appearance of Mayor Koch in the Kochokopter!

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Artist Track Album
ThunkTank jay  Opening montage   Options  
Krzysztof Penderecki / Jonny Greenwood48 Responses to Polymorphia    Krzysztof Penderecki / Jonny Greenwood 
Tape  talkover music   Options  
Hornorkesteret  Urent   Options Fjaer Og 
Tape  talkover music   Options  
  Jay's Theme    

Listener comments!

  7:04pm Listener John from NJ who lives in NJ:

Hey ho, y'all!
  7:06pm Listener John from NJ who lives in NJ:

Ooh, Penderecki! How fancy!
  7:09pm Caryn:

Oh, come on John. Penderecki is taught in 6th grade, it's not fancy... ;)
  7:11pm kellie:

My parents got married on tax day (April 15), it was the only day my mother knew my "banker" father could not forget.
  7:12pm the glowing one:

I'd rather have a higher wage than pay less taxes.
  7:13pm moose:

i was just looking at a flickr album of a 1987 wfmu picnic - wow! (about when i started listening too)
  7:15pm kellie:

we technically got an extra day due to Leap year as well
  7:15pm Listener John from NJ who lives in NJ:

Caryn, they didn't teach Penderecki at all in the one-room school house I attended back in the holler. :-)
  7:16pm Ted:

In South Carolina state employees can choose to take MLK day or Confederate Memorial Day
  7:18pm Caryn:

"Jefferson Davis’ Birthday, also known as Jefferson Davis Day, is a state holiday in Alabama on the first Monday of June and in Florida on June 3 each year." Also, here's a list of state-specific Confederate holidays: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confederate_Memorial_Day
  7:19pm Caryn:

John, they did at our half-trailers/half-house school.
  7:20pm the glowing one:

I wonder if you have to replace the sand from time to time...
  7:20pm Deep South:

That used to be the case, Ted, but not any more. Now both days are state holidays.
  7:23pm Listener John from NJ who lives in NJ:

Caryn, when I was in college I learned how to pronounce "Krzysztof Penderecki." (!) Thank God for higher education . . .
  7:26pm miss cheri:

hey there caryn--what's up? how you been?
  7:29pm Caryn:

Heh, John. Yeah, Penderecki was 5th or 6th grade, then in 7th grade we got introduced to Schoenberg's 12-tone technique. In 8th grade, X-mas songs in Swahili, and proper bass-playing technique... Hmm, am I to infer that our music lessons were a bit different from most people's? Maybe it's just national differences?
  7:32pm Listener John from NJ who lives in NJ:

When I think about some of my middle school music teachers, I think that I would like to play some early Schoenberg for (or at) them!
  7:32pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Don't forget tax protester Gordon Kahl. In college, my buddies would say "I'll Kahl you later." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gordon_Kahl
  7:33pm miss cheri:

well have a good night caryn,,,see you later!
  7:33pm Ralphine:

Is this language anything like Esperanto?
  7:35pm Listener John from NJ who lives in NJ:

Wouldn't it be better to get legal personhood stripped from corporations rather than giving up legal personhood ourselves? Just askin' . . .
  7:36pm Ralphine:

I can't remember who wrote my favorite poem, or even the entire poem, but it has something to do with a man from Nantucket.
  7:36pm Hream:

This sounds exactly like the Time Cube ramblings
  7:36pm Hream:

This sounds exactly like the Time Cube ramblings
  7:36pm Caryn:

BTW, the Hornorkesteret track is "Urent Trav" (dirty play/games) and the album is "Fjaer Og Jern" (strings and iron).
  7:38pm Listener John from NJ who lives in NJ:

What language is that (Fhaer Og Jern)? Danish?
  7:39pm Caryn:

Norwegian
  7:39pm miss cheri:

i guess you don't feel talking to me tonight caryn,,
  7:40pm Caryn:

Well, you said goodbye before I had time to write anything, Cheri. I'm not going to write something after you say goodbye.
  7:41pm Therapist:

any board with cheri on it is really a lot like being at a group therapy session
  7:49pm Kat:

Hi Bronwyn and Jay. Listener Kat is listening, just working her ass off at work :(
  7:50pm Curator Dave:

Yuk yuk yuk!
  7:51pm Caryn:

Some "Suspiria" soundtrack picks would fit in with tonight's show's music selections.
  7:53pm ?:

enough with Booker bleachkkkk.
  7:56pm Therapist:

temper, temper :-)

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