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Options August 28, 2012: "I am, and will ever be, a white-socks, pocket protector, nerdy engineer, born under the second law of thermodynamics, steeped in steam tables, in love with free-body diagrams, transformed by Laplace and propelled by compressible flow."

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
dj cam  the return of the jedi   Options underground vibes  columbia          0:00:00 ()
bea wain  oh you crazy moon   Options your hit parade the memorable years 1938-1952  sandy hook          0:05:14 ()
the be good tanyas  in my time of dying   Options a collection  nettwerk        *   0:07:39 ()
trixie whitley  before the beginning   Options Just Tell Me That You Want Me: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac  hear music        *   0:11:51 ()
alice coltrane with strings  galaxy around olodumare/galaxy in turiya   Options world galaxy  impulse          0:19:21 ()
damian valles  4   Options nonparallel (in four movements)  experimedia      mixed in with interview bits of bill nye, the science guy  *   0:32:19 ()
 
metal alvin  breaking   Options metal alvin  blonde records        *   0:42:44 ()
sun kil moon  sunshine in chicago   Options among the leaves  calso verde        *   0:44:58 ()
tia blake and her folk group  the rising of the moon   Options folksongs & ballads  water  1972?      *   0:47:57 ()
Roland P. Young  loveliness   Options isophonic boogie woogie  em records          0:51:13 ()
  side one   man's incredible venture to the moon  metromedia records          1:04:24 ()
radiohead  nobody does it better live   Options mtv europe  no label          1:11:08 ()
  side one   man's incredible venture to the moon  metromedia records          1:14:16 ()
  side 2   man on the moon the flight of apollo 11  evolution          1:16:24 ()
Luis Enriquez Bacalov  django ost   Options marco cappelli's italian surf academy: the american dream v/a  mode        *   1:18:52 ()
scientist and prince jammie  denial   Options dub landing vol2  starlight records          1:25:06 ()
 
  special for radio stations/ proud mary   now you can interview tom jones  parrot records          1:39:46 ()
mekons  ghosts of american astronauts   Options so good it hurts  quarterstick records          1:43:00 ()
allo darlin'  neil armstrong   Options europe  slumberland        *   1:46:31 ()
the blue men  i hear a new world   Options Joe Meek Portrait of a Genius disc 2  castle music          1:49:33 ()
joe meek/the blue men  joe intrtoduces excerpts from valley of the saroo's/magnetic field   Options Joe Meek Portrait of a Genius disc 2  castle music          1:50:33 ()
laura lee perkins  you don't know   Options don't wait up  bear family        *   1:54:40 ()
the moontrekkers/joe meek  Night of the Vampire   Options Vampires, Cowboys, Spacemen & Spooks: The Very Best Of Joe Meek's Instrumentals  castle          1:57:39 ()
lea & chess  little star (shine on us tonight)   Options let's go joe meek's girls v/a  rpm          2:01:31 ()
the thunderbolts  lost planet   Options it's hard to believe: the amazing world of joe meek v/a  razot & tie          2:04:09 ()
archie shepp  attica blues   Options attica blues  impulse          2:07:02 ()
kelan philip cohran & the hypnotoc brass ensemble  apsara   Options Kelan Philip Cohran & the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble  Honest Jons        *   2:12:13 ()
 
dj dave  whole foods parking lot   Options   fog and smog    Single      2:25:14 ()
Las Malas Amistades  lamento   Options maleza  honest jons        *   2:28:28 ()
elis regina  madalena   Options madalena  philips    7"      2:31:20 ()
in blood red  build you up   Options   eau records        *   2:33:50 ()
mew kids on the block  beat it   Options Barnyard Beat  kid rhino          2:38:08 ()
policecat  automobile   Options singles club  creeping bent    7"      2:41:26 ()
mcguire sisters  sincerely   Options   coral    7"      2:44:31 ()
the Di Mara sisters  roman guitar   Options memorie di roma  roulette          2:47:28 ()
herbie oliveri and the latin blues band  we belong together   Options Long Live Boogaloo: 22 Rare Latin Boogaloos from Spanish Harlem '63-'72  secret stash records        *   2:49:54 ()
willie west  fairchild   Options What It Is! Funky Soul And Rare Grooves From the Vaults of Atlantic, Atco & Warner Bros. Records 1967-1977  rhino          2:53:34 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 8/28/12 9:02am pierre:

B-B-Bonjour Trouble !!!
Avatar    Tue. 8/28/12 9:04am trouble:

bonjour pierre!!
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:04am Brian in UK:

Hello trouble. Bonjour pierre.
Is that the title of Ann Romney's speech today?
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:06am Titus in GA:

morning, Trouble! an honor to join you this Tuesday!
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:06am βrian:

Good morning. Receiveing the thunk loud and clear from Madison.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:08am Jennique:

Sending transmission from the Sea of Tranquility. Over.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:09am duke:

It's a beautiful day here on the moon. Your transmission is 5 by 5.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:14am Cecile:

is trixie any relation to Chris Whitley?

hello, all!
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:17am Marmalade kitty:

fancy a holiday to the moon?
Avatar    Tue. 8/28/12 9:17am trouble:

the eagle has landed, and with it mishap in the first set. according to wfmu lore that means more asteroid storms are on the way. but dj icepack is also in a spaceship on his way so all will be well eventually...
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:18am Andrea:

Good afternoon, Trouble! From London :) Andrea
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:19am Cecile:

she's his daughter.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:22am tim from champaign:

This is exactly what I need to hear this morning! Alice Coltrane.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:23am fred von helsing:

The high point of Western Civ was Project Apollo, Monty Python, and Woodstock. It's all been downhill from there. Except of course for WFMU invading the web.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:24am Mike East:

what a tragedy Spiritualized skipped. Ladies and Gentlemen... was the perfect prescription for me this morning. Nice save, though.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:25am βrian:

Another version of the Apollo landing: http://zpag.tripod.com/BD/tintin_lune_fichiers/image042.jpg
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:26am other david:

what fvh said.

this is a great tribute to the king of nerdy engineers, thanks for doing this, trouble.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:26am still b/p:

WFMU invading the web is an elaborate hoax. Never happened.
Avatar    Tue. 8/28/12 9:27am trouble:

good afternoon andrea! good to hear tim! and mike east, not a skip: the dump button! the word bullshit was uttered continually. why didn't i pick up on that when it first came out? so i had to phase out potty mouthed spiritualized. tragic
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:28am Cecile:

this is great music. I'm about 90 seconds away from a full-on panic attack. :(
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:29am Mike East:

hahaha. I never noticed that. I'm not one to pay much attention to lyrics, though. I just love his orchestrations.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:29am tim from champaign:

Cecile - reach for the emergency bottle in the lower left hand drawer. That's what it's there for.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:30am Cecile:

more trixie, cool girl:
http://www.sfexaminer.com/entertainment/music/2011/01/trixie-whitley-follows-dad-s-musical-footsteps
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:31am Cecile:

Tim, I ran out last week.
I'm hoping that Alice and a bit of iPod Scrabble helps.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:31am Werner von Bonzo:

In honor of Neil we should get a bunch of Estes model rockets and load the nose cones with wheat flour and pro-science propaganda and then launch them up and over into the RNC grounds. That would cause some fun.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:34am still b/p:

Go outside a couple of times for wider air and a wide or even a small-frame good view of natural things.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:34am Faye:

Good Morning Trouble! + love for morningtime Alice Coltrane.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:35am Cecile:

I never understood the denial of evolution. I grew up Catholic and took CCD, and the nuns basically said "god meant for the world to evolve. We don't know how long a day was."
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:36am βrian:

Bill Nye be speaking the truth!
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:36am Cecile:

sbp, outside, I will walk into a wall of smoke.
But I will probably just walk to the mail room for the hell of it, good advice.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:38am r i s k y:

KEEP IT TROUBLEICIOUS!
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:38am Sam:

Every channel had the OJ chase live too. A very magic moment.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:40am fred von helsing:

Right wing Bible-thumpers commit the sin of Pride. They simply cannot conceive of a world without their own oh-so-terribly-precious existence. Thus (at one end) literal Bible interpretation and creationism, and (at the other end) Judgment Day and the end of Earthly existence. Dickheads. Screw 'em all. Pardon my rant.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:41am still b/p:

Hope your day is OK, Cecile.

Sister Maria Cordis introduced Big Bang theory and a degree of evolution explanation in 4th grade....'67 -'68. Also had us do a paper on MLK's Peace Prize, I think, and had damp eyes the day RFK was killed. I don't think she remained a nun. If she had, she'd be among the ones in trouble currently, I'm sure, for rogue behaviors and doctrinal uppityness.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:43am Cecile:

Sbp, I know!!! It's a mess now.

I also grew up the old Republican party, and back then they LOVED science.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:43am Melody:

Sounds like nuns are a lot more socially liberal than most of the Catholic establishment. Apparently the Vatican is trying to bring them back into the fold, so to speak.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:44am Brian in UK:

John Stewart's song 'Armstrong' on Cannons in the Rain is a fine tribute.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:44am pierre:

i've found this quote :

"Creationists believe that God put dinosaur bones in the ground to test our faith. I believe God put creationists here to test our sense of humor".
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:45am Sam:

Intelligent design does exist, just look at genetically modified foods. Their evolution was manipulated by a higher being, us. On the other hand, if people are part of nature, then things that we force to evolve in a certain direction would still be undergoing natural selection.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:46am ausmanx:

i find all this quite weird. don't know what people in other countries found, but armstrong's death was a footnote of little significance here. one really gets the impression that it's been an American media obsession, which sounds as though it's being manipulated to foster American nationalism at a time when perhaps they need it, with an election on the way...
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:46am Cecile:

hahahah, pierre.

Melody, it depends on the order. But the orders that tend to be out there in the world are often both pragmatic and compassionate. On the other hand, they can be the most humorless and cruel enforcers of official doctrine.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:47am Cecile:

ausmanx, armstrong was genuinuely loved here.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:49am ausmanx:

cecile, the most loved people in most countries are loved for nationalistic reasons, no?
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:49am Cecile:

people of all walks of life and beliefs were moved by the moon landing. Where the space program and the nation went afterward is another story, but it was a unique uniting moment.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:51am Cecile:

People can be loved by millions for lots of reasons:
Charisma
embodying rebellion or resisitance
embodying a nation
just being funny or talented or smart and being appreciated by a large group.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:51am Andrew Waterloo:

@ausmanx, which makes sense since the entire moon landing was about American nationalism.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:52am Sam:

All the nuns, priests, ministers, deacons, etc that I've ever met have seemed like really good reasonable compassionate people who want to do good in the world. They have to attach themselves to an organized religion, and most of them seem to have a lot of personal disagreements with the dogma, but they still get a lot out of their religious life. Just like there are many businesses where the workers are generally decent people but the company as a whole does monstrous things, and so many countries with wonderful people and evil governments.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:53am Tiago in Toon:

the thing about armstrong is that he embodied a way of being american that many americans (and europeans) long for
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:54am duke:

I think it's true that Neil's death is a media event manipulated for political purposes. But, for us nerds, Neil has always been a big hero - smart, brave, competent, and humble. Among techies, I think he was respected for more than nationalism. I grew up wanting to be Neil Armstrong. That moon landing convinced me to study science. Never made it outer space, dammit.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:54am Sam:

I don't think the moon landing was about nationalism, it was about boldly going where no man has gone before. And finding some exotic green creepy crawlies! Isn't it our duty to explore space, if we have the technology? Don't we want to know what's out there? It's not about nationalism, at least not for me.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:55am Cecile:

that's exactly it, duke!
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:56am Cecile:

well, we were trying to beat the Russians to the moon. There's more than a bit of nationalism, if in the form of "national pride" there.
Avatar    Tue. 8/28/12 9:56am trouble:

i was very small when it happened, but i don't see the moon landing as nationalism as much as i see it as pushing the borders of science. yes usa wanted to hit it b4 ussr but that was cold war nonsense making its way out the door. i see press on armstrong's death as a melancholic desire for more experimentation and searching. instead we bury out heads in the sand and deny science. we spend that money on orchestrating death thru the defense budget. i would like to see those budgets swapped, NASA gets more pentagon lots less.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:56am other david:

It seemed like a footnote here in Ireland, I don't think the significance of his passing has really been appreciated - and probably wont be for some time.

In a few short years, none of the members of the Apollo crewmembers will be left.

I think it was Collins that noted that when they came home and did the world tour, people around the world said "we did it!" - we being humanity.

Armstrong also noted how, on the moon, he could blot out the earth by just holding up his thumb - and how small it made all of us, himself included.

To be humble in spite of a vast number range of accomplishments, I think that's one of the mark of a truly great human being.

If people or organisations use his passing for their own gain, it just reveals them for what they are, cynical opportunists.

Neil Armstrong was a great person, end of.
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:57am other david:

apologies for length
  Tue. 8/28/12 9:58am fred von helsing:

I give the commies some credit. They had a pretty good moon program too. Their moon lander was way more stylish than ours. Too many N-2 kabooms tho. The Beeb series is fantastic.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:00am fred von helsing:

Moon ROCKS !
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:00am Sam:

He also symbolizes a lost innocence, a lost idealism, where many people really did believe in exploring space for its own sake, hand in hand with the idea of knowledge for its own sake, an idea of progress through science and the betterment of mankind. Of course that all sounds crazy now! And also quaint and sadly moving.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:01am other david:

The poor ole N rocket was a plumbing nightmare
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:01am Cecile:

they were so young when you think of it.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:02am fred von helsing:

"N-2: plumbing by Stooges-3"
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:02am Malcolm:

I really liked that Tia Blake song. also enjoying roland p young tripiness
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:02am duke:

@trouble i would like to see those budgets swapped, NASA gets more pentagon lots less.

It would be a much world.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:03am Jennique:

I do walk by actual moon rocks on my way to the HR department here at work. I will make sure to pay them a longer visit today.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:04am duke:

That should be: It would be a much better world.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:04am fred von helsing:

One memory: Gulf gas stations handed out free punch-out cardboard models of the LEM. My little brother had one on his dresser for years. Collectors items now !
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:05am annie:

yes, i've been listening... nice to be here.. oh, and ........

cecile!!!!!
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:05am Cecile:

My husband had one, too. And also the book "we came in peace". His dad owned a Gulf station for years.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:06am Cecile:

annie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:07am annie:

no way to hear live radio anymore.. work a lot and no wifi where i am..i miss youse guyz
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:08am luh3417:

what is it about those pips that is so mesmerising?
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:09am Cecile:

I miss you too, annie!
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:10am ausmanx:

just wondering whether there was as much fuss in the US when Gagarin died, if it was really all about appreciating scientific achievements?
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:11am fred von helsing:

Another: NBC had some HO model trains tracks set up for orbits and insertion paths, and spacecraft segments (stages 1 2 3, LEM, CM) set up on trains. Frank McGee demonstrated the entire mission using model trains separating and rejoining and doing cool stuff. Who the hell needs animations when you have model trains ?? As a train-lovin' space nut, I think I musta wet'em :-P
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:12am Jennique:

YESSSSS!!!!! Nobody Does It like THOM YORKE!!!
Avatar    Tue. 8/28/12 10:13am trouble:

i think i do a pretty kitchen good version jennique!
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:13am annie:

i felt honored when our russian houseguest gave me a pin with gagarin's image on it; i wore it to school... was chided for being a red!!
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:13am fred von helsing:

Gagarin was a bit of an embarrassment eh ? The commies kicked our butts and kept on kickin'em until we started reliably docking Geminis to Agenas.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:13am Cecile:

Of course, it wasn't all about it, ausmanx. I think even this record of the landing makes refernce to that.

But his death was noted and and some nice tributes were put forth here.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:14am duke:

Certainly, there wasn't much fuss in the US media about Gagarin. After all, Katy Perry had a new hairdo and Honey Boo Boo has to be covered. It was news in places where people follow science and tech.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:14am Cecile:

I still think Radiohead should cover the Bread songbook.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:14am Jennique:

Neil Armstrong baby, you're the best.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:15am Cecile:

exactly, duke.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:15am other david:

ausmanx:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fallen_Astronaut
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:15am fred von helsing:

Ю́рий Алексе́евич Гага́рин R.I.P.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:16am Jennique:

The Jersey City kitchen sessions are a given as the best there Trouble.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:17am Jennique:

Cecile, I think you're onto something there. I'd buy a Radiohead album of a tribute to Bread.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:17am ausmanx:

any Russian listeners can tell us how the Armstrong death was covered there? we can probably guess... not that Vlad isn't a man of science
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:18am βrian:

I always wondered what the beep is. A time mark, maybe?
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:18am maestroso:

I still get chills when I hear those landing transmissions.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:19am other david:

Brian - I think they're just "roger beeps" - signifying end of transmission, go ahead and respond, instead of having the crew say "over" each time.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:20am Cecile:

Jennique, I thought Fake Plastic Trees was a new Bread song when I first heard it.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:21am βrian:

Ah, yes. Thanks. *beep*
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:22am fred von helsing:

Gagarin was a bit embarrassing over there too. At one point he had to escape out a window when a husband came home unexpectedly. Neil was not so colorful...
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:23am Werner von Braun:

Miss me yet?
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:23am other david:

This is my first time hearing Buzz getting out of the LEM and on to the Moon surface
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:25am Marmalade kitty:

cold war on the moon!
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:27am Jennique:

Cecile, did a wiki search on Bread and only two guys are left from the original band. They need to collaborate with Radiohead before there is no one left!
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:30am Patrick:

Good morning trouble! Loving the moon landing!
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:30am George McGovern:

It should have been me! I told you guys Watergate was a mess!
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:31am MD:

THIS IS AMAZZZZZZZZZZZING!!!
THANKS TROUBLE!!!!
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:31am Hubert Horatio Humphrey:

George, it was me at bat.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:32am still b/p:

Odd brush/trivia: The wife of a someone I work with spent time working on a western US ranch, where Armstrong attended some gathering, and he taught the young woman something about...knife throwing. Actual knife-throwing.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:32am fred von helsing:

When do we land the first chicken on the Moon ?
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:33am Lewis:

DJ IcePack!!
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:35am PJ:

The impetus for the proposed moon landing was part and parcel of the competition between the US and the USSR - it was a huge shock to the US that Yuri Gagarin was the first man in space. But the astronauts and people working at NASA were clearly scientists, and seem to have been motivated by the desire to expand human knowledge and to be the first to explore unknown territory.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:37am βrian:

You say "seal," I say "phoque."
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:38am Jennique:

Chicken OLYMPICS!!! YES! Those girls need matching outfits with JC flags embroidered on them!
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:38am duke:

Chicken Olympics! Yes. What are the events?
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:39am fred von helsing:

PLUTO IS A PLANET
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:39am Cecile:

I have seen chickens trained to do some funny things.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:40am Geo:

There is no Buzz memorial in Montclair, but there is an Urban Outfitters.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:40am hamburger:

pluto not a planet :o)
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:40am Cecile:

hahhahahahahahaha
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:41am Parq:

Wow, this is really cool, you've got a mute interviewing Tom Jones. I didn't even know TJ read signing.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:41am Pluto:

OBEY ME FOR I AM THE LORD OF THE UNDERWORLD
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:42am Eric:

Had my very own 1200 chickens during the time I lived on a kibbutz; this was back in '84--I believe I was the first to host the Chicken Olympics. Favorite event: MCTA--maximum chicken time aloft, which req'd deft skills combining elements of curling, shot put, discus & bowling (of all sorts)
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:43am The Colonel:

It's Chicken-lympics good!
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:43am Goofy:

Resist the Plutocracy!
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:44am seang:

nice
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:44am fred von helsing:

@eric was there a special competition for mechanical or rocket assist ?
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:45am Cecile:

hahhahah, I know it was his label at the time, but it seems really appropriate the Tom Jones interview record was on Parrot.
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:48am Sam:

You know that Sesame St. song "I don't want to live on the moon"?
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:55am Robbie:

Paging Anne Francis... paging Anne Francis...
  Tue. 8/28/12 10:56am hamburger:

not off by heart, but more or less
Avatar    Tue. 8/28/12 10:56am trouble:

denialists! those sesame street punks!
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:00am Lulu:

this song sounds pretty good.
Avatar    Tue. 8/28/12 11:03am trouble:

hey lulu!
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:07am listener mark:

Good morning trouble.
Good morning DJ Icepack.
Good morning everyone.
There is a Pluto-Kuiper Belt probe called "New Horizons" on it's way to a rendezvous in July, 2015.
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:08am Telstar:

Satellites don't get no love.
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:08am pgw in mntclr:

archie time
Avatar    Tue. 8/28/12 11:09am trouble:

see the photo that fights the denialists: life:www.facebook.com...
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:10am PKNY:

Archie Shepp is that dude.
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:12am listener mark:

A side note, some people want to get back to the moon to remove Richard Nixon's name from the commemorative plaques left behind by the astronauts.
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:14am fred von helsing:

@LM Why?? It's not like he was Lenin and we have to pull his statue down.
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:15am Jennique:

Subaru is Japanese for the constellation Pleiades or Seven Sisters. That's why their logo has seven stars in it.
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:15am Adrian in London:

Hello everyone. Yesterday was a public holiday in the UK so it's only just occurred to me that today's tuesday. Better late than never, I suppose. Just catching up. Moon and Chicken Olympics, right?
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:16am still b/p:

I'm at U minus 3 days and counting.

I will be available to go to the moon as of the first of the month with simple tools for acts of malice/justice.
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:17am Melody:

Oh, man, I love the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble. Saw them perform in a subway once.
Avatar    Tue. 8/28/12 11:20am trouble:

hey adrian! the moon, neil armstrong, chicken olympics, searching for sugarman, the joe meek biopic, dj icepack: you are now all caught up
Avatar    Tue. 8/28/12 11:20am trouble:

very cool info jennique!
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:20am listener mark:

When NBC announced the sad news, I was sorry to hear that Neil Young had died. And surprised to learn that Neil Young was the first man on the moon.
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:21am Thom:

reminds me of a band called Drums and Tuba
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:21am Adrian in London:

@trouble Sounds good. I emailed you something good last night, by the way; look out for it.
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:22am Brian in UK:

TOOOOBA. Ever heard the Flight of the Bumblebee on the tuba?
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:26am chris:

Yes!
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:26am northguineahills:

This last hour has been perfect!
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:27am northguineahills:

(Only b/c I only tuned in an hour ago.)
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:28am Jennique:

DUMP BUTTON
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:29am Ike:

HA HA! Never heard this song about Whole Paycheck. This is great. "Pay my 80 bucks for 6 things and get out."
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:32am Cecile:

Ike, the video is really funny too. Look it up on YouTube.
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:33am Andrea:

Keep the groovy tunes coming.....
Avatar    Tue. 8/28/12 11:34am trouble:

thanks northguineahills! i hit the dump button jennique, did it not go thru?
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:35am Cecile:

it went through
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:35am Ike:

I wonder if there are any rap songs about Trader Joe's. I guess a discount gourmet store is not as ripe a target though.
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:39am Priscilla:

Beat it cats?
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:39am Parq:

This is how Michael was singing toward the end, right?
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:39am fred von helsing:

righteous !
Avatar    Tue. 8/28/12 11:40am trouble:

cecile : meaning the dump worked or the nefarious word went thru?
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:42am Jennique:

Yes the dump button worked! Just commenting that I could hear it. Job well done.
I am just picturing Michael Jackson listening to mew kids doing beat it. "I am Michael Jackson and I approve this song."
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:42am Cecile:

dump worked.
Avatar    Tue. 8/28/12 11:45am trouble:

sorry you scared me. as you know i am a swear word magnet
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:47am Steve:

was that off speed beginning intentional or just the turntable? just saying, it worked either way!
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:48am Steve:

oh, I get it now duh
Avatar    Tue. 8/28/12 11:49am trouble:

i was playing with the speed, steve
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:49am Steve:

it was awesome!
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:55am northguineahills:

Much fun was had, Trouble! Have a great day Dj Icepack!
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:55am Malcolm:

oh that's real funky
Avatar    Tue. 8/28/12 11:55am trouble:

tootles until the next space launch! thanks for hanging out with us!
  Tue. 8/28/12 11:57am Ike:

Hoo boy, do I ever relate to these Willie West lyrics.

Have a good one, everybody.
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