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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments
Roscoe Mitchell  Tatas-Matoes   Options Congliptious  Nessa  1968   
Music behind DJ:
Sun Ra 
The Perfect Man   Options The Singles  Evidence  1974/1996   
The Stooges  Fun House   Options Fun House  Elektra  1970   
Neneh Cherry & the Thing  Dirt   Options The Cherry Thing  Smalltown Supersound  2012   
The Stooges  Dirt   Options Fun House  Elektra  1970   
Iggy Pop  Dum Dum Boys   Options The Idiot  RCA  1977   
Music behind DJ:
Chaz Jankel 
To Woo Lady Kong   Options My Occupation: The Music of Chaz Jankel  Tirk  2007   
Louis Armstrong  Irish Black Bottom   Options The Hot Fives and Hot Sevens, Vol II  Columbia  (1988)   
Can  I'm So Green   Options Ege Bamyasi  Spoon  1972   
Cults Percussion Ensemble  Irish Washerwoman   Options Cults Percussion Ensemble  Trunk  (2012)   
John McLaughlin  Blue in Green   Options My Goals Beyond  Douglas  1971   
Brian Eno  Zawinul/Lava   Options Another Green World  Island  1975   
Cian Nugent  Grass Above My Head   Options b/w My War Blues  VHF  2012  http://ciannugent.bandcamp.com/ 
Music behind DJ:
Dag Rosenqvist & Simon Scott 
Conformists Side A   Options Confirmists  Low Point  2010   
Catherine Sikora | Ian Smith | Han-earl Park  Massimo's Imagined Juxtopositions   Options Cork, 04-04-11  Buster and Friends  2012  http://hanearlpark.bandcamp.com/album/sikora-smith-park-cork-04-04-11 [name your price] 
Matana Roberts  Thanks Be You   Options Coin Coin Chapter Two: Mississippi Moonchile  Constellation  2013   
The Westerlies  Please Keep that Train Away from My Door   Options Wish the Children Would Come on Home: The Music of Wayne Horvitz  Songlines  2014   
The Keith Tippett Group  I Wish There Was a Nowhere   Options You Are Here... I Am There  Polydor  1970   
The Apophonics  London Melodies   Options On Air  Weight of Wax  2013   
Soccer Committee and Machinefabriek  Di-o-day   Options Drawn  Morc Tapes  2008  http://morctapes.bandcamp.com/album/drawn 
Music behind DJ:
Booker T. & the MGs 
Melting Pot   Options Melting Pot  Stax  1971   
Ava Luna  Sears Roebuck M&Ms   Options Electric Balloon  Western Vinyl  2014   
Chicago underground Duo   Boss   Options Locus  Northern Spy  2014   
Digital Primitives  Grassblade   Options Lipsomuch/Soul Searching  Northern Spy  2014   
Sly Stewart  Scat Swim   Options The Autumn Single Box  Line  (1985)   
Music behind DJ:
Dudu Pukwana & Spear 
Flute Music   Options Flute Music  Caroline  1975   

Listener comments!

Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:04pm Jeff Golick:

Hi! Technical difficulties today have stalled the start of the show! Please stand by...
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 3/17/14 12:05pm pacific standard simon:

I'll sit if you don't mind.
Avatar    Mon. 3/17/14 12:06pm duke:

Standing by
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:07pm listener james from westwood:

Hey all! Good soul on the stream as waiting music, so we've got that!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:10pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, all, and greetings to @pss, @duke, and @listener james.

I blame @#$%^&^%$#@ Skype.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:10pm Jeff Golick:

Also computers.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:13pm kat330:

If you're not wearing green, Jeff G, there's the blame.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 3/17/14 12:13pm pacific standard simon:

Blame it on the bossa nova.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:13pm Doug Schulkind:

Jeff, I just went live on the stream to announce technical diffimiculties.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:13pm listener james from westwood:

PSS: That's what Don "No-Soul" Simmons would do!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:14pm Doug Schulkind:

Irma Serrano is playing on the stream now. Check out her crazy bio: en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar    Mon. 3/17/14 12:14pm duke:

Too much green beer in the studio, spilled on the computer?
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:14pm kat330:

@pss: Ha, that was my own 1st thought, but changed to the green theme.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:16pm Doug Schulkind:

Jeff, anything I can do to halp?
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:16pm earrie:

It's green clothes today?! I thought it was speckled brown.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:17pm listener james from westwood:

Interesting. I thought Irma's song sounded corrido-like.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:18pm Doug Schulkind:

@Listener James from Westwood
And probably a little narco thrown in with the corrido. It's clear Irma liked to par-tay!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:20pm listener james from westwood:

In fact, the opening in particular reminded me of "The Ballad of Heisenberg," a narcocorrido composed for a "Breaking Bad" episode. And hey: What happens in Mexico, stays in Mexico (unless it makes it into a telenovela!).
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 3/17/14 12:22pm Carmichael:

This aint no Irish music!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:24pm kat330:

Carmichael, I'm beginning to think only you and I and fxo have any Irish roots.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 3/17/14 12:25pm Carmichael:

My whole friggin' tree is Irish.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:26pm kat330:

Oooh, tree -- anyone watch the 2nd "Cosmos" last night?
Avatar    Mon. 3/17/14 12:27pm duke:

My great grandmother was named Fitzgerald. I claim some Irish genes.
  Mon. 3/17/14 12:27pm Kate Steinberg:

didly-di music
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:28pm listener james from westwood:

Haven't seen the new Cosmos eps yet but they come well recommended by friends, incl. a former Hayden Planetarium employee.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:29pm kat330:

So great to see *actual science* being talked about on tv -- and on Fox, no less. Don't know whether Murdoch is paying penance or McFarlane is (for "Family Guy ;).
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 3/17/14 12:30pm Carmichael:

So this is still the stream and not the show? I thought Jeff was getting REALLY eclectic for a moment.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:33pm listener james from westwood:

I'm hoping they told Rupert it was about the soccer team, and he grunted and went back to torturing goats in his obsidian tower.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:36pm kat330:

@James: Ha!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:42pm earrie:

So - re: technical issues- is it internet connectivity issues or connecting to the station? A browser-based issue? Any error messages or #s?
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:44pm Doug Schulkind:

There is some setting that's been bolluxed on Jeff's computer or in the streaming software he uses to connect to GTDR at the station. While we working on resolving the bolluxing, any requests on the stream?!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 3/17/14 12:44pm Uncle Michael:

Hello, habitues of the stream.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:44pm Doug Schulkind:

Uncle Michael! I was just about to call you. Jeff G is having problems with SAM, most likely.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:44pm ndbob:

afternoon everyone!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 3/17/14 12:45pm Uncle Michael:

I'm at work but I can remote in to my box at home and look at my SAM settings if it's helpful. It's dead at work.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:45pm listener james from westwood:

Howdy, ndbob and UM!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:46pm Doug Schulkind:

Jeff G and Jeff J were doing a test last week trying to hook in Jeff J on Skype so that they could co-host the show from different locations, but somehow a connection has been messed up. Send Jeff G an email if you can let him know how you have SAM configured.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:46pm kat330:

Request: Sugar pie, honey bunch? Strings phrase here is quite similar.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:46pm earrie:

Is there something else running that's interfering/hogging minimum resources, I wonder? Settings don't tend to change unless explicitly set.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:46pm Doug Schulkind:

I AM TAKING REQUESTS FOR THE STREAM. Please place your orders and I will do my best to fill 'em.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 3/17/14 12:47pm Uncle Michael:

will do
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:49pm kat330:

(Guess it's actually titled "Can't Help Myself.")
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:50pm Doug Schulkind:

I've cued up Art Ensemble of Chicago's "Theme De Yoyo" with Fontella Bass. I am counting 107% enjoyment of this number.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:52pm ndbob:

@kat that song reminds me of ninth grade dances:)
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:52pm Doug Schulkind:

Unless you tell me NO NO NO, I will play some Don Cherry next. How about "relativity Suite, (pt. 1)!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:52pm ndbob:

quite a change for Fontella
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 3/17/14 12:53pm Uncle Michael:

I put too much honey in the balsamic vinaigrette. #firstworldproblems
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 3/17/14 12:53pm Uncle Michael:

Mrs. Lester Bowie.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:54pm Doug Schulkind:

I have a theory that St. Louis arranger/composer/saxist Oliver Sain introduced Fontella Bass to her then future husband Lester Bowie. On a number of Bass's soul hits, all three artists are present in the studio.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:55pm listener james from westwood:

Don Cherry works!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:56pm Doug Schulkind:

Hey everybody, what's your theory about the beginning of the universe? My theory has always been, it never began, it always was.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:56pm earrie:

Does Bowie ever get Mr. Fontella Bass? It is 2014, isn't it?
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 3/17/14 12:56pm Uncle Michael:

I don't think it's started yet.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:57pm ndbob:

a@Doug and Oliver Sain wrote "Soul of the Man" - the flip of "Rescue Me"
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 3/17/14 12:57pm Uncle Michael:

He gets that when we're talking about her releases. Fair is fair.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:58pm Doug Schulkind:

Highly unlikely. Has there ever been a (high profile) husband who took his wife's last name?
Avatar    Mon. 3/17/14 12:58pm duke:

The local universe started with the big bang
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:58pm ndbob:

Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 12:59pm ndbob:

lots of stories about that today - that's a pretty good one
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:00pm kat330:

Philo was was wanting to take my last name when we married, but I talked him out of it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 3/17/14 1:00pm Carmichael:

What's wrong with "Gristle"?
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:01pm kat330:

@duke: Ah, yes, but what about the multiverse (and I don't mean Matty Groves).
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:01pm Jeff Golick:

hang on!!!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:01pm kat330:

My second "ha!" of the list.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:03pm Doug Schulkind:

Wha? Sounds like we've been taken over!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 3/17/14 1:03pm northguineahills:

Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:03pm listener james from westwood:

Woo!!! ::insert film clip of Millennium Falcon jumping to lightspeed from end of "Empire"::
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:03pm earrie:

Here we are.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:04pm ndbob:

@Doug just finishing up a Coursera astronomy class - and if today's discovery is verified it's the bet confirmation of the Big Bang so far
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:04pm listener james from westwood:

Well done, tech wizards! Jeff, pour yourself a double Jameson's for that ordeal!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:04pm kat330:

But your ass isn't Irish, Jeff.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 3/17/14 1:04pm Uncle Michael:

Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:04pm ndbob:

Heya Jeff!
Avatar    Mon. 3/17/14 1:05pm duke:

@kat330 We can't observe anything but this universe. If the multiverse is infinite, there's a universe just like this one except Doug has a mustache,
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:06pm Doug Schulkind:

I want to give a big (dry) kiss to every single audience member today. There are now MORE people listening than there were at 12:00pm (ET). You guys are so very fucking fantastic.

(Big wet kiss reserved for Jeff G. If I were him I would be a big puddle of piss right about now.)
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:06pm kat330:

There's a commenter calling him/herself "bassfartz" over on Irene's list. She wrote to him with the typo "@assfartz". My third "ha" of this new afternoon.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 3/17/14 1:08pm northguineahills:

Our universe before the big bang was a minuscule corpuscle due to extreme forces of a neighboring universe. Bubbles, bubbles everywhere....
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:08pm listener james from westwood:

Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:08pm Doug Schulkind:

For years at my summer camp, there was a kid named Lipschitz. He was teased unmercifully with "If my lips shitz, my ass talks. But then one summer, he showed up with huge muscles and the willingness to use them. Nothing but crickets after that.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 3/17/14 1:10pm Carmichael:

Doug would have a moustache, and Spock would have a beard. But he'd still be playing the bicycle spokes.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:10pm kat330:

Well, one could tie this "discussion" into a neat bow by suggesting the "Big Bang" was merely the gas expulsion of some giant being beyond our comprehension, size-wise.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:10pm earrie:

I dig the multiverse theory, though I wish I understood where evolution is in all that. I'd expect huge disparities among a, b,c rather than slight ones.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:11pm listener james from westwood:

Lipshitz stopped taking lip and shit, it sounds like.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:12pm earrie:

Evolution can be compared to a simple iterative function. Initial conditions and variances in those make for ginormous disparities on the other end.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:13pm Doug Schulkind:

Steve Mackay's saxing on this LP is a wonder. This LP is a wonder.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:13pm ndbob:

There was a 50s pop singer whose real name was LIpshitz, but can't remember who it was.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 3/17/14 1:13pm Carmichael:

Would someone please get thee to a wormhole, so the rest of us can see where you end up? That's been bugging me forever, and too chicken to volunteer.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:15pm kat330:

The wormhole was found in the apple Eve offered to Adam.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:15pm Jeff Golick:

Hoo boy. Just recovering over here. To echo Doug's earlier comment, bless you all for hanging out here while I tried to sort out the ridiculousness.

Also, speaking of Don Cherry's family...
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:15pm Jeff Golick:

Hoo boy. Just recovering over here. To echo Doug's earlier comment, bless you all for hanging out here while I tried to sort out the ridiculousness.

Also, speaking of Don Cherry's family...
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:17pm earrie:

(iterative + a roll of giant fuzzy n-sided dice)
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 3/17/14 1:17pm Uncle Michael:

Betty Davis deserves some attention too!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:18pm ndbob:

@kat Ha!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:18pm listener james from westwood:

I'm imagining Iggy's vocals over this Thing cut. Not too shabby.
@earrie: A number of my gamer friends have fuzzy n-sided dice, either in their cubes or cars!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 3/17/14 1:18pm Carmichael:

She's ready for her closeup, I know that fer sure.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:18pm Jeff Golick:

...and while not Irish, I did marry a half-Irish lass.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:19pm Doug Schulkind:

OK, peeps, show me one other WFMU playlist comment board tossing around "iterative." This is like the graduate school of radio listening over here!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:19pm kat330:

OK, then "Luck of the Irish, my l'ass!" is what you say.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 3/17/14 1:20pm Uncle Michael:

I'll show you this. apod.nasa.gov...
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:20pm Jeff Golick:

We're gonna A/B this song. Scott Asheton vs. Paal Nilsson-Love.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:20pm Doug Schulkind:

My 13-year-old used "non-hetero-normative" in conversation the other day. I had to go look it up.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:20pm Jeff Golick:

Ha - that works for me, @kat!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:21pm Jeff Golick:

That's so cis of you, Doug.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:21pm kat330:

Guess I'm giving almost as good as I'm getting in the "ha!" dept.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 3/17/14 1:22pm nickybones:

...just learned was "cis" meant recently. Nice to be in the know!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:22pm Jeff Golick:

Scott Asheton gets partial writing credit on this tune.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:24pm Jeff Golick:

@nickybones: Hi there! "Cis" is one of those words I feel like I could never use in spoken conversation, but will see it pretty much exclusively online.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:24pm Doug Schulkind:

Cis or cis- may refer to:

Commonwealth of Independent States of the former Soviet Union
Cis, Trentino, in Italy

In Poland:
Cis, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, south-central
Cis, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, north

In the sciences:
Cis (beetle), genus
Cis–trans isomerism
Cis-regulatory element, including cis-acting

Cisgender, contrast to transgender
Cis, a.k.a. C♯ (musical note)
cis(θ), mathematical function in Euler's formula
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:25pm Jeff Golick:

The "Others" really win that one.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:25pm ndbob:

@Doug - just looked up none-hetero-normative
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 3/17/14 1:25pm nickybones:

@jeff hey! yeah, that's where i kept seeing it, obviously. Mostly on Twitter conversations.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:30pm kat330:

Back to multiverses: I recall the first time I saw a depiction of an atom, I was immediately struck with the idea everything we can see are merely atoms making up something of proportion unimaginable. I gather others have had that same experience.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:34pm ndbob:

@kat yep - and also of the relatively vast internal distance between electron bands and the nucleus
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:35pm kat330:

And there's still so much vastness we can't yet see of this universe. Light not reaching us yet.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:35pm listener james from westwood:

Kat, ndbob: It's that vast amount of relative space in an atom that bowled me over, along with the realization of the forces that keep us from simply passing through all this space.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:37pm listener james from westwood:

Doug, you and the missus are raising that 13-year-old right, including the use of polysyllables in conversation.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:37pm listener james from westwood:

The New Yorker had a good article on the barriers to practical fusion power, and the current state of the experiments, in a recent issue.
Avatar    Mon. 3/17/14 1:38pm duke:

@Jeff a little thing like technical difficulties won't stop us
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:38pm kat330:

@Jeff G: A bagel on St. Paddy's Day! :) I have a corned beef brisket, carrots and cabbage in a low and slooowww cooker at the moment, an annual (and only once per year) tradition.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:40pm earrie:

Has anyone seen the doc, 'Particle Fever'? It's playing locally til next week. The trailer looked pretty good.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:40pm ndbob:

@James - I read that - and indeed a very good article
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:41pm ndbob:

Louis! great one
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:42pm kat330:

How apropos! "All ovah the woild" and multivoise.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:50pm ndbob:

I know someone who used to bring green bagels to work on St. Patrick's Day
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:50pm Doug Schulkind:

I was just about to comment, "Wow, that sounds a lot like Cults Percussion Ensemble."
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:51pm listener james from westwood:

They had green bagels at my barber's last Saturday. I've seen them before, certainly, but still unnerving.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:54pm Jeff Golick:

Phil Collins on percussion on this Eno track, btw.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 1:58pm kat330:

Thanks for the tip o' your hat to the wearin' of the green in this set, JG.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 2:00pm ndbob:

excellent show Jeff! I need to go - might be back
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 2:03pm Doug Schulkind:

@Listener James
Speaking of unnervingly unnaturally green things, how about the Chicago River: www.jenchicago.com...
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 2:05pm Jeff Golick:

You're very welcome, @kat!
Thanks, @ndbob!
  Mon. 3/17/14 2:06pm Kate Steinberg:

Love the shout out to Maisie. THX
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 2:09pm Jeff Golick:

So glad you heard it, KT!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 3/17/14 2:12pm Carmichael:

The original official color of St. Patricks day was blue, hence (probably) the title of McLaughlin's piece.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 3/17/14 2:19pm Uncle Michael:

Grrr...had to mute the show for an hour....impromptu meeting.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 2:20pm listener james from westwood:

@Doug: ::shudder:: I know it's tradition up there to dye the river, but that is just alarming to me.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 2:21pm Jeff Golick:

Tough seque outta that Matana Roberts cut -- album is basically one one suite.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 2:27pm kat330:

Gotta take care of some ugly business (another local self-professed "Christian" has robbed us, sigh). Thanks for the sounds, and have a safe celebration if doing any all!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 3/17/14 2:28pm northguineahills:

laters. kat!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 2:28pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks, @kat, and yeesh that sounds terrible. So sorry to hear!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 2:31pm Doug Schulkind:

@Listener James
At least a green Chicago River is a significant upgrade over a Dave-Matthews-tour-bussed Chicago River.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 2:32pm listener james from westwood:

Ecch, you're right there. No wearin' of the brown!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 3/17/14 2:32pm Uncle Michael:

At least Matthews wasn't singing when that happened.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 2:40pm Jeff Golick:

Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 2:43pm listener james from westwood:

The fact that that photobucket link follows this discussion makes me reeeeeally nervous about clicking it....
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 2:43pm listener james from westwood:

Ah, thank goodness, not what I expected. :D
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 3:03pm Jeff Golick:

"Scat Swim" = a dip in that post-Matthews'd river.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 3/17/14 3:04pm Uncle Michael:

If that happens, you're gonna "Sleep On The Porch."
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 3/17/14 3:05pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks for the scatology, Jeff.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 3/17/14 3:05pm northguineahills:

Thanks Jeffs! Good times!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 3:05pm listener james from westwood:

Ha! (This is indeed the day for "Ha!")
Thanks muchly for the fine show! Will see you all at the end of next week (business/vacation trip to Vegas tomorrow)!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 3:07pm earrie:

Ha'bitty-hoobitty to all. Thanks Jeff. Good goaltending on the programme.
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 3:08pm Doug Schulkind:

This show was the pot o' gold at the end of the rainbow.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 3/17/14 3:08pm Stanley:

Aw shucks - missed the show and the discussion on the universe and everything.
I love this stream.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 3/17/14 3:09pm thedunkel:

great show - thanks!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Mon. 3/17/14 3:09pm Stanley:

Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 3:11pm Jeff Golick:

Thanks to one and all, and especially:
listener james (put 5 on red for me)
Stanley (better late than never!)
Uncle Michael
...and the computer godz.!!
Avatar Mon. 3/17/14 3:12pm Jeff Golick:

...and last but not least, @ngh!
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