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Options November 1, 2013: Kenneth Kaplan candidate for governor show

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Mercyful Fate   Satan's Fall   Options Melissa  Roadrunner    0:00:00 ()
intervew with Kenneth Kaplan        kaplanfor governor.com  0:35:07 ()
ghost  Con Slavi Con Dio   Options boogerchew  Rise Above     1:01:03 ()
Elend  Umbersun   Options Umbersun  Orphika    1:06:09 ()
King Diamond  So Sad   Options The Puppetmaster  Metal Blade    1:21:30 ()
Spooky Ruben  These Days are Old   Options Modes of Transportation, Volume 1  TVT    1:25:59 ()
Saturnus  The Rise of Nakkiel (live)   Options Live at Roskile Festival  Euphonious    1:29:40 ()
Satan's Host  Hellfire   Options Celebration for the Love of Satan  Moribund Records    1:33:46 ()
Candlemass  Solitude   Options Epicus Doomicus Metallicus  Black Dragon Records    1:46:21 ()
Parzival  Vada Solomecum   Options Blut Und Jordan  lIBERTE    1:51:24 ()
cATHEDRAL  Autumn Twilight   Options Soul Sacrifice EP  Earache    1:54:25 ()
Therion  Schwarzalbenheim   Options Secret of the Runes  Nuclear Blast    2:03:15 ()
The Gathering  Gemini   Options Disclosure  Psychonaut    2:07:55 ()
Elend  Ethereal Journeys   Options Les Tenebres du Dehors  Holy Records    2:12:02 ()
Esoteric  Quickening   Options The Maniacal Vale  Season of Mist    2:26:23 ()
Shape of Despair  Angels of Distress   Options Angels of Distress  Spikefarm    2:41:53 ()
My Dying Bride  The Bitterness and teh Bereavement   Options As the Flower Withers  Peaceville    2:49:37 ()
Atrox  Ignoramus   Options Contentum  Season of Mist    2:56:41 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Fri. 11/1/13 12:04am A. Black:

Halloween was copied from the Greeks .
Avatar    Fri. 11/1/13 12:12am Ken From Hyde Park:

A Halloween special show? Do tell!
Avatar Fri. 11/1/13 12:16am Tome:

your show should be caned for that remark sorry,,
Avatar Fri. 11/1/13 12:31am Exit 163:

Lost on the highway! Yes! I got off in someplace called Lincoln Park an hour ago. What a mistake. Can you guys get me back to the Shell?
Avatar    Fri. 11/1/13 12:34am Ken From Hyde Park:

What's Mr. Kaplan's take on Obamacare?
  Fri. 11/1/13 12:42am Leonel:

What's your opinion on the recent government shutdown, Mr. Kaplan?
Avatar Fri. 11/1/13 12:57am CDToaster:

Mr. Kaplan, a candidate such as yourself, makes me wish I lived in New Jersey just for the pleasure of voting for you. Your website (KaplanForGovernor.com) is amazing and I hope you remain in politics and keep fighting for Libertarian rights. You're the best politician I've ever heard speak. New Jersey needs you and New York needs someone like you. Best of luck!
Avatar    Fri. 11/1/13 1:01am Ken From Hyde Park:

Does the FCC mandate equal time for other candidates?
  Fri. 11/1/13 1:04am King Dean:

i would love to have the fat man talk to the professor
Avatar Fri. 11/1/13 1:40am CDToaster:

FMU usually stays out of particular politics but thank you Professor for providing a platform for such an eloquent politician to address the nation.
  Fri. 11/1/13 1:45am King Dean:

stigma (n.) Look up stigma at Dictionary.com
1590s, "mark made on skin by burning with a hot iron," from Latin stigma (plural stigmata), from Greek stigma (genitive stigmatos) "mark, puncture," especially one made by a pointed instrument, from root of stizein "to mark, tattoo," from PIE *st(e)ig- (see stick (v.)). Figurative meaning "a mark of disgrace" is from 1610s. Stigmas "marks resembling the wounds on the body of Christ, appearing supernaturally on the bodies of the devout" is from 1630s; earlier stigmate (late 14c.), from Latin stigmata.
Avatar Fri. 11/1/13 2:16am sinister dexter:

woohoo!!
Avatar Fri. 11/1/13 2:18am sinister dexter:

i am so fucked up
happy halloween!!
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