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Favoriting July 10, 2012: Miracle Nutrition with Hearty White

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Hearty White    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Dillard Chandler  Short Time Here, Long Time Gone   Favoriting 0:20:35 (Pop-up)
Hearty White    0:21:59 (Pop-up)
Maybelle Carter and Sara Carter Bayes  I'm Leaving You This Lonesome Song   Favoriting 0:32:46 (Pop-up)
Hearty White    0:35:20 (Pop-up)
Wade Ward  Chilly Winds   Favoriting 0:56:44 (Pop-up)
Hearty White    0:57:52 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  7:05pm
Philo Gristle:

Boat Swine!
  7:06pm
Honey Water:

Ark pig?
  7:06pm
Philo Gristle:

Joe? Nah.
  7:07pm
Honey Water:

Hey, we just saw Keenan Wynn in Point Blank! [a b'day present I gave Philo]
  7:08pm
Philo Gristle:

I like Steve, but Keenan is the king.
  7:09pm
Fred Gwynne:

What about me?!
  7:10pm
Honey Water:

Apparently just the two of us, hunaja.
  7:14pm
Honey Water:

I just don't get it. Why do people want to take those huge boat cruises? No appeal to me whatsoever. Now a small yacht cruising the Mediterranean's a whole different mattter.
  7:16pm
Honey Water:

Ewww, put that tongue away, HW!
  7:16pm
Honey Water:

Did you study Garrison Keillor's s.o.c. story telling technique, Hearty?
  7:20pm
Fredericks:

Words are like bees in my bonnet.
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Devin Kettlecorn:

But them boats are where Lee Marvin has all his meetin's!
  7:21pm
Honey Water:

Latecomers, yay!
  7:22pm
Honey Water:

Channeling Ralph Stanley?
  7:23pm
Honey Water:

Pen is mightier than the sword, you betcha.
  7:26pm
Honey Water:

Master Boater.
  7:26pm
Ken:

Hearty party!
  7:26pm
Fred Gwynne:

Lee Marvin was a Master Boater!
  7:27pm
Honey Water:

Ken, aren't you supposed to co-host with Hearty some evening? That would be a great dialogue. :)
  7:28pm
Honey Water:

Butt talk -- he's talking your language even.
  7:29pm
Philo Gristle:

I recommend A Guide For Undehemorrhoided by Charles Willeford.
Avatar 7:29pm
Devin Kettlecorn:

Lee Marvin could bend a hemorrhoid like a walnut could pop a spoon!
  7:30pm
Honey Water:

Hahahahaha!
  7:30pm
Philo Gristle:

Lee Marvin was the Uri Geller of hemorrhoids.
  7:31pm
Honey Water:

Devin Kettlecorn = Converted Tinkle
  7:31pm
Philo Gristle:

Per Se = ass in Finnish.
  7:32pm
RISKY:

I REALLY LOVE THIS SHOW!
  7:32pm
Honey Water:

Pointy hat -- White, I think you're talking about something other than a witch in your region.
  7:33pm
Honey Water:

My feet are boootiful!
  7:33pm
Honey Water:

Let's don't go to manscaping now.
  7:36pm
Honey Water:

"Fear is the lock and laughter's the key to my heart" :)
Avatar 7:36pm
Devin Kettlecorn:

Once upon a particle Uri Geller was the George Soros of Lee Marvin's feet.
  7:38pm
Honey Water:

Lettuce live in perfect hominy.
  7:38pm
Mike East:

Alright, he's talkin' about Jersey! This, I understand.
Avatar 7:38pm
Devin Kettlecorn:

But it was Lee who was going around printing both of their feet.
  7:38pm
Fredericks:

Where's the nutrition?
  7:39pm
Honey Water:

Mr. East! Who else is lurking behind the hedge? Oooh, and we just saw the new Muppet movie this weekend (library loan).
  7:39pm
Philo Gristle:

And Higgs held Lee's feet to his bosom, without bending them.
Avatar 7:39pm
Devin Kettlecorn:

It's in the beard Freddy!
  7:39pm
chris m.:

so funny
  7:40pm
Honey Water:

[I can vouch that Philo hasn't had a drop of 'hol to drink -- he's naturally weird.]
  7:40pm
Fredericks:

Ah, nuts.
  7:41pm
Philo Gristle:

Devin, it's in the bush beard, sounds like.
  7:41pm
Mike East:

Yeah, I been here. How was that Muppet Movie?
Avatar 7:42pm
Devin Kettlecorn:

Real people, weird people, blue people, we're all people shouting typed words at the net.
  7:42pm
Honey Water:

It was really quite cute! Maybe lagged at the end, but surprisingly charming.
  7:43pm
Honey Water:

[I wasn't a Sesame St. kid, so it's a different experience first encountering Kermit as an adult.]
  7:44pm
Philo Gristle:

Yeah, Honey and I watched the badass double bill of Point Blank back to back with Muppets over the weekend.
  7:44pm
Honey Water:

EXcellent advice here, Hearty. I listen to the Chris Wallace show every Sunday to hear the other side.
Avatar 7:44pm
Devin Kettlecorn:

"The Most Dangerous Coconut"
  7:46pm
Honey Water:

You need more than one hand to hold yourself?
  7:46pm
Mike East:

Muppets are near and dear to me, so I've been nervously avoiding it for fear that it would be awful. I'll checkout Point Blank, too. Last week I did Fistful of Dollars and The Good, the bad, and The Ugly at the beach house. I was just missing For a Few Dollars More.
Avatar 7:47pm
Devin Kettlecorn:

You need a whole body full of skin, muscle, nerve endings, and bones to hold yourself up.
  7:48pm
Honey Water:

Got Philo the Kurahara box set (Nikkatsu noir films), and we've enjoyed the first of those so far. We have an eclectic library of music, books and films.
  7:49pm
Philo Gristle:

I grew up on Muppets, and found it cute and likeable. Not enough Swedish Chef, but Animal had a plenty to do. Can't go wrong with the Leone westerns!

Point Blank is good, maybe great, but not your usual fare. Mediocre remake with Mel Gibson was called PAYBACK. Darwyn Cooke adapted the original novel into a great graphic novel.
  7:50pm
Another Yew:

Converted Tinkle, I was referring to why Hearty couldn't pee AND hold up the puffy toilet seat at the same time.
Avatar 7:51pm
Devin Kettlecorn:

That Darwyn Cooke is one spectacular storyteller.
  7:51pm
Honey Water:

Freudian slips are the underwear of ideas. (c) k.a.m.
  7:52pm
Philo Gristle:

Speaking of Leone, Darwyn Cooke's take on Jonah Hex (#50) was one of the best recent westerns in any format.
  7:53pm
Honey Water:

Nothing better than the smell of a clean man.
Avatar 7:53pm
Devin Kettlecorn:

Ain't Tinkles here. Converted, or otherwise!
Avatar 7:55pm
Devin Kettlecorn:

Not to say I can't be 'em if you'd like!
  7:56pm
Honey Water:

Thanks, Hearty! Now off to your evening ablutions listenerds! :) Take and give care, all.
Avatar 7:57pm
Walton Earball:

I could be "Devin Kettlecorn" even!
Avatar 7:57pm
Devin Kettlecorn:

Have a good one!
  7:58pm
Philo Gristle:

Thanks Hearty & all good folk paying attention to hisownself!
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