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A yurt for the transgenred.

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Options October 27, 2018: From the Fleischer Brothers to the Venture Bros.
Three hours of soundtracks, songs, and trailers from various shorts and features that feature animation in some form

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Lou Fleischer, Sammy Timberg (music), Dave Fleischer (director)  Organ Grinder’s Swing   Options https://www.dailymotion.com/video/xkbmjo  Fleischer Studios  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Carl Stalling (music), Bob Clampett (director)  Horton Hatches The Egg   Options https://www.b98.tv/video/horton-hatches-egg/  Warner Bros. Pictures  0:05:48 (Pop-up)
Bruce Broughton (music), Barry Cook (director)  Trail Mix-Up   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1O48_Q7F3D4  Amblin Entertainment  0:15:33 (Pop-up)
Christopher Willis (music), Paul Rudish (director)  Flushed   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=211&v=6zG9xYUDT6s  Disney Television Animation  0:24:03 (Pop-up)
Sheldon Allman (music) Gerald Baldwin (director)  Fractured Fairy Tales: Pinnochio   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AtKveYW84RY  Jay Ward Productions  0:27:48 (Pop-up)
Norman McLaren (music), Norman McLaren (director)  Neighbours   Options https://www.nfb.ca/film/neighbours_voisins/  National Film Board of Canada  0:33:21 (Pop-up)
Jean Derome (music), Michele Cournoyer (director)  Accordion   Options https://www.nfb.ca/film/accordion/  National Film Board of Canada  0:41:33 (Pop-up)
Petr Skournal (music), Jiří Barta (director)  Disc Jockey   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEWSdj93SP8  Krátky Film Praha  0:46:43 (Pop-up)
Victor Young (music) Dave Fleischer (director)  Gulliver’s Travels   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPRV_8u09Cg  Fleischer Studios   1:04:18 (Pop-up)
Edward H. Plumb, Paul J. Smith, Charles Wolcott (music), Norman Ferguson (director)  The Three Caballeros   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxn0VVtUwec  Walt Disney Productions   1:06:38 (Pop-up)
Tom Adair, George Bruns (music) Clyde Geronimi (director)  Sleeping Beauty   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfsyUyi_FJM  Walt Disney Productions  1:08:46 (Pop-up)
Isao Tomita (music), Yoshio Kuroda (director)  Gulliver’s Travels Beyond the Moon   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZVzove2mIk  Toei Company  1:11:56 (Pop-up)
Maury Laws (music), Jules Bass (director)  Mad Monster Party   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5fe7D14Jp8  Rankin/Bass Productions  1:16:37 (Pop-up)
Alain Goraguer (music) Rene Laloux (director)  Fantastic Planet   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgCxCZNkQ9E  Argos Films  1:18:00 (Pop-up)
Andrew Belling (music) Ralph Bakshi (director)  Wizards   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rcnQ7Dlk_Ks  Bakshi Productions   1:20:05 (Pop-up)
Jerry Goldsmith (music) Don Bluth (director)  The Secret of NIMH   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cISmv0IGoQQ  Don Bluth Productions   1:22:16 (Pop-up)
Patrick Gleeson (music) Martin Rosen (director)  The Plague Dogs   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7B90X7NchOs  Nepenthe Productions   1:24:33 (Pop-up)
Jean-Pierre Bourtayre, Pierre Tardy, Christian Zanesi (music) Rene Laloux (director)  Time Masters   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwQB-kX_niY  Télécip   1:26:07 (Pop-up)
David Newman (music) Jerry Rees (director)  The Brave Little Toaster   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TujkyDm4Oz8  Hyperion Pictures   1:28:05 (Pop-up)
Alan Silvestri (music) Robert Zemeckis (director)  Who Framed Roger Rabbit   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gpDaNqSXxp0  Touchstone Pictures   1:30:02 (Pop-up)
Fayray, Seiichi Yamamoto (music) Masaaki Yuasa (director)  Mind Game   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ptup0pp6mOE  Asmik Ace Entertainment   1:32:49 (Pop-up)
Anne Dudley (music) Henry Selick (director)  Monkeybone   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8WDX7p9FoE  Twentieth Century Fox  1:34:27 (Pop-up)
Graham Reynolds (music) Richard Linklater (director)  A Scanner Darkly   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkjDUERgCQw  Warner Independent Pictures   1:36:14 (Pop-up)
Susuma Hirasawa (music) Satoshi Kon (director)  Paprika   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZKXXNCkrf4  Madhouse   1:38:13 (Pop-up)
Bruno Coulais, Danny Elfman (music) Henry Selick (director)  Coraline   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LO3n67BQvh0  Focus Features   1:39:51 (Pop-up)
Steve Belfer, Gregor Narholz (music) Stephen Hillenburg, Mark Osborne (directors)  The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tv8xk7BKaNM  Paramount Pictures   1:42:11 (Pop-up)
Thomas Newman (music) Andrew Stanton (director)  Wall-E   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGBZWbg_26A  Pixar Animation Studios   1:44:28 (Pop-up)
Hans Zimmer (music) David Silverman (director)  The Simpsons Movie   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRV6tMR-SSs  Twentieth Century Fox   1:46:46 (Pop-up)
John Williams (music) Steven Spielberg (director)  The Adventures of Tintin   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NWtW699XME  Paramount Pictures   1:49:00 (Pop-up)
Julian Nott (music) Steve Box, Nick Park (directors)  The Curse of the Were-Rabbit   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXYNHHj4KDw  Aardman Animations   1:51:15 (Pop-up)
Dale Cornelius (music) Adam Elliot (director)  Mary and Max   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGATShQbydk  Melodrama Pictures   1:53:06 (Pop-up)
John Avarese (music) Paul & Sandra Fierlinger (directors)  My Dog Tulip   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-CEDsZstdI  Norman Twain Productions   1:55:24 (Pop-up)
Todd Michaelsen (music) Nina Paley (director)  Sita Sings The Blues   Options https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ot0BNbXnz5s  Gkids   1:57:22 (Pop-up)
Sir Arthur Sullivan (music), Paul Rugg (lyrics)  I Am The Very Model Of A Cartoon Individual   Options Animaniacs  Warner Bros  2:11:18 (Pop-up)
Alf Clausen  Bart Sells His Soul (Medley)   Options The Simpsons: Songs In The Key Of Springfield  Rhino  2:13:03 (Pop-up)
Sonny Sharrock  Hit Single   Options Space Ghost Coast to Coast  Cartoon Network  2:15:29 (Pop-up)
Syd Dale  Walk In A Nightmare   Options Spider-Jazz: KPM Cues Used In The Amazing Animated Series That We Are Not Allowed To Mention By Name For Legal Reasons  Trunk  2:16:52 (Pop-up)
Benoit Charest  The Shadowing   Options The Triplets of Belleville  Delabel  2:18:59 (Pop-up)
Graeme Miller/Steve Shill  Travelling Theme   Options The Moomins  Finders Keepers  2:21:43 (Pop-up)
George Martin  Sea Of Monsters   Options Yellow Submarine  Apple  2:23:49 (Pop-up)
Angela Morley  Final Struggle and Triumph   Options Watership Down  Columbia  2:27:23 (Pop-up)
Joe Hisaishi  Nighttime Coming   Options Spirited Away  Milan  2:30:30 (Pop-up)
Vincent Courtois  L'Incendie   Options Ernest et Celestine  Milan  2:32:23 (Pop-up)
Glover Gill & Tosca Tango Orchestra  Pelo Negro   Options Waking Life  TVT  2:34:30 (Pop-up)
Wendy Carlos  We've Got Company   Options Tron  CBS Records  2:38:42 (Pop-up)
Bernard Herrmann  The Giant Crab   Options Mysterious Island  Silva Screen  2:40:56 (Pop-up)
William Hanna, Joseph Barbera, and Hoyt Curtin  Treasure of the Temple   Options Jonny Quest  La La Land  2:43:39 (Pop-up)
JG Thirlwell  Bolly   Options The Venture Bros.: The Music of JG Thirlwell  Williams Street  2:49:59 (Pop-up)
Barry Gray  Thunderbirds Are Go!   Options Thunderbirds  Silva Screen  2:52:30 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 12:03am Scraps:

h’lo h’lo
  12:04am chresti:

Avatar 12:05am Scraps:

oh, I’m going to like this very much. love animation music.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:05am grtyvr:

hey folks..
Avatar 12:05am still b/p:

Bluto for Congress!
  12:06am RIP-90:

Been looking forward to this!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:07am Franco Twinkie:

Hey Rich! Max is my man. We share a birthday.
Avatar 12:09am Scraps:

  12:09am rich:

good morning all,

here's some visuals for the week (beyond the online versions of the animation): www.wesleytwright.com
Avatar 12:11am still b/p:

I almost mentioned the Hut Sut Song to someone about 3 hours ago.
Avatar 12:11am Scraps:

Horton’s faithful. 100% percent.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:13am Franco Twinkie:

Went to a Clampett/Stalling program at LACMA on mushrooms.Was a bit much. My friend was under her seat. The shapes! The colors! The sound!
  12:16am rich:

the shapes the colors the sound are the holy trinity of animation
Avatar 12:17am Scraps:

Heh. I went to Fantasia / Allegro non Troppo on acid. It was great.
  12:19am rich:

that sounds wonderful i love allegro non troppo
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:20am Franco Twinkie:

Right on, Scraps! Saw the Thief Of Bagdad on acid in a crumbling theater.
  12:21am RIP-90:

“Horton”: one of the rare Looney Tunes that does NOT rely heavily (or often exclusively) on Mel Blanc voices
  12:28am rich:

so the new mickey mouse cartoons disney are doing are pretty good, the donald duck joke in this one makes me laugh every time i see it.
Avatar 12:28am Scraps:

Hope Animaniacs is in this somewhere. They (Spielberg, really) spent lavishly (and well) on music. Though I know it’s only three hours....
Avatar 12:31am Scraps:

Yay Jay Ward
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:32am Franco Twinkie:

Mr. Peabody's voice.
  12:32am rich:

they might be in the final hour. i never knew sheldon allman did the music for fractured fairy tales which i assume is the theme song since there isn't any music otherwise.
  12:32am RIP-90:

June Foray, Daws Butler
  12:32am rich:

jay ward works pretty well for radio
Avatar 12:34am still b/p:

Narrator Edward Everett Horton. Saw his signature scrawled on a dressing room wall in a small-town Maine theater where he performed.
Avatar 12:37am Scraps:

National Film Board of Canada! So awesome.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:37am Franco Twinkie:

kind of a Raymond Scott feel.
  12:37am rich:

the national film board of canada website is filled with amazing animation which you should check out sometime
  12:39am RIP-90:

Sounds a LOT like kinds of tones Louis and Bebe Barron got in their Forbidden Planet score
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:40am Franco Twinkie:

On Folkways? That's the one I use to scare the kids!
  12:41am rich:

mclaren created the sound for this film by "scratching the edge of the film, creating various blobs, lines, and triangles which the projector read as sound."
Avatar 12:41am Scraps:

If they only turned out “The Big Snit” that would be enough.
  12:49am rich:

i'm thankful for "mindscape" and "begone dull care"
  12:53am fuccboi:

This is My new jam
Avatar 1:00am Scraps:

Again, I can’t believe the difference in the world I grew up in and now. In the seventies, if you were into animation, especially weird animation from Canada or eastern Europe, it was very hard to track down. Every once in a while, a weird theater, or a college, would show some. You could read about it.

Now, youtube. Just one thing, of course.
Avatar 1:07am Andrew S:

what would you say was weird animation from canada? Im curiouis what cauht your eye. There was lots of great National Film Board stuff and lots of great childrens programming
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:09am Franco Twinkie:

Yes, Scraps. The long ago. I was young and thought nothing of driving across L.A. to see some obscure manifestation on film.
Avatar 1:12am Scraps:

I only know National Film Board of Canada, which they gathered up several of them and showed two hours in a movie theater every couple of years. I can’t remember the theater.... it was thirty to forty years ago
Avatar 1:13am Andrew S:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:13am Franco Twinkie:

We saw Sleeping Beauty at the drive-in. With the crappy speaker hooked to the widow.
Avatar 1:15am Scraps:

I mean, I remember before videotape for home! (Pound cane)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:16am Yvang:

He's only addressing to every member of every family everywhere.
Avatar 1:17am Andrew S:

my first "job" was me and my little brother we were 8 and 6 so we would buy some windex and paper towles we lived tright across from the drive in., So we would walk upo and down the line saying window wash any price. And people would let us smudge up their winmdows
Avatar 1:17am Andrew S:

next day we would go and collect pop bottles
  1:17am Tamar:

Family trips to Canada in the 1970s included watching National Film Board of Canada animated shorts in an outdoor national park ampitheater. The epitome of a cultured country!
  1:18am rich:

i remember seeing der fuehrer's face on tv and channel 13 showed the animation short film collection that included bambi meets godzilla and the animation pink floyd's one of these days
Avatar 1:18am Andrew S:

used to be cultured those were the days disgrace now
Avatar 1:18am Scraps:

I saw a few Disney at drive-in.... parents, three-four kids (at the time). Pretty bad Disney; late sixties, early seventies
Avatar 1:23am Scraps:

Omigod, I hated Wizards
Avatar 1:26am Andrew S:

for me it was 80s so not 70s drive in glory days, in the 80ws it was acxtuLLY big budget films insted of what you would think of as drive in films. great fun though was all free
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:26am Franco Twinkie:

My favorite animated drive-in moment was the Dental Hygiene Dilemma sequence in 200 Motels in a pick-up truck full of lawn chairs. Zappa made good cartoon music.
  1:26am rich:

late sixties has jungle book which is my introduction to louis prima and had the vultures that talked like the beatles, not as bad as warner bros. during late sixties with cool cat and merlin mouse or whatever its name was
Avatar 1:27am Andrew S:

see yeah 200 motels thats real drive in stuff way before my time
Avatar 1:28am Andrew S:

in the eaely 80s all the major films would actually screen at the drive in like poltergeist of goonioes or whatever
Avatar 1:28am Andrew S:

so wed go across the street wash some windows then just walk in and grab one of those heavy ,metal speakers
Avatar 1:29am Scraps:

That’s my favorite children’s book, and I really wanted to like it (NIMH, I mean), but it ruined it by injecting fantasy in a very well done science fiction plot. I know it’s good — people say it’s good — but.... sigh
  1:30am Devon E. Levins:

Your playing our dream set. Soundtrack back to queens.
Avatar 1:30am Andrew S:

whats nimh? i scrolled up and i still dont se it and dont get the acronym
Avatar 1:31am Andrew S:

oh not acronym you mean like secrets of nimh or something like that?
Avatar 1:32am Scraps:

Avatar 1:33am Andrew S:

i never read that. I read a picture version of the hobbit in kindergarten that set me on my way
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:34am Franco Twinkie:

Andrew, I lived in between two drive-ins. To the south was major releases( Jaws, ect) to the west 3 theme movies( bikers, nurses, kung fu. satan) for $2 a car load. I know all about the drive-in magic.
Avatar 1:35am Andrew S:

awesome franco yeah we had so much fun we would cross the street evewry night oin the summer and just try to get within earshot
Avatar 1:36am Scraps:

Jungle Book yes. But boy, Sterling Holloway messed me up by voicing Kaa the snake (“trust in me”) and Pooh.
Avatar 1:36am Andrew S:

and we wopuld sneak into every movie theatre in town
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:37am Franco Twinkie:

Snuck in (And was kicked out) many, many times! Ah, youth.
Avatar 1:38am Andrew S:

there used to be toins of them with back dors now they are like grotesque shopping malls
Avatar 1:39am Andrew S:

i rmemewbr a few times we wpould sneak in and the theatre was full so we would have to lie at the front ha seriously lyting on the floor
Avatar 1:39am Andrew S:

emearld forestt was one
Avatar 1:40am Andrew S:

and for some reason the tgods must be crazy got the longest run ever in my city it played every day fopr like 2 years. i rememberr us sittintg on the florr in front of the rows watching tyat
Avatar 1:49am Andrew S:

Used to be you could just pop in a theatre during the day and see soem good shit suppose you stiol can in nyc but harder to everywhere else. Matinnes were so good espectiallyt if it was a cool place with themes. Im sure it still goes on in nyc but not so much other plaxes
  1:53am rich:

there's some really good movies that play in nyc during the day and that is the only time they play. moma is particularly adept at showing movies that you'd like to see at 1:30 on a wednesday afternoon and showing it for a second time the following thursday at 2
  1:56am rich:

one of the good things about putting a show like this together is finding out about things i didn't know about like corto maltese animated features unfortunately without subtitles, they look nice though
Avatar 1:57am Andrew S:

yeah not a lot of other cities do that anymore. Not on a regular basis anyway. I think its fabio's show where he runs down the movies that re playing nearby andf im like wow. Montreal and Vancouver both were like that back in he day but the independednt cinemas are gone. Maybe 2 or 3 in eacj city
  1:58am Bobby:

Yeah Fabio does it
Avatar 1:58am Andrew S:

Avatar 1:58am Andrew S:

likes his flicks forsure i enjoy his rundown
Avatar 2:05am Andrew S:

cant remenbr if there is a curfew on baseball games. i think at one time there was a differnt one in each league. course im at a comuter and could find out but i like thinking out loud
Avatar 2:07am Andrew S:

theoretically it could go on forever like rodencrantz and guildenstern flipping the coin
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:07am Franco Twinkie:

When I worked in Hollywood, some times we would forget to go back after lunch and duck into The Cinerama Dome when it was 70mm exclusively. Lots of suits would do the same thing. It was a total guy trip. Reminded me of getting sent to detention. Fun!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:12am Franco Twinkie:

Andrew, this is crazy! Top of the 15th!?! My head is swiveling like Linda Blair from screen to screen.
Avatar 2:13am Andrew S:

haha yeah 15th i should be asleep but im hanging in. I have the volume off there and on here though so its nice to have company
Avatar 2:14am Scraps:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:15am Franco Twinkie:

It's good to just watch sports with cartoon characters nattering in the back round.
  2:16am Bobby:

I’m trying to hang with this game while listening here but I’m fading
Avatar 2:17am Andrew S:

haha yeah. i love that baseball has no clock and all but this is trying
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:17am Franco Twinkie:

Hang on Bobby! This is one for the books.
  2:17am Bobby:

“I’d sell my soul for a Formula One racing car”
Avatar 2:21am Scraps:

Love Space Ghost. Love that they did a whole show with just Sonny Sharrock howling guitar when he died, dedicated to him
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:21am Franco Twinkie:

I napped thru the first three innings, so I'm totally wired till it's in the bag.
Avatar 2:21am Andrew S:

someone made a youtube video years ago that linked together all the jazz tracks it was really amazxing
Avatar 2:22am Andrew S:

from ther spider man scartoon i mean sorry im fading
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:24am Franco Twinkie:

Six hours and some change. This is like seeing the Grateful Dead back in the day.
Avatar 2:25am Andrew S:

always went home for lunch you got lime 45 miutes tv part of the year was spider man, part was flintstones, then part of the year was these shit forest rangers
Avatar 2:25am Scraps:

With no drugs
Avatar 2:26am Andrew S:

with little vignettes like hercules or max the 200 yr old mouse
Avatar 2:26am Andrew S:

Avatar 2:28am Andrew S:

not sure exactly how old max was
  2:30am Bobby:

Loved the old Spider-man 80s cartoons
Avatar 2:30am Andrew S:

dont have the olume on the game but sox have to be out of pitchers soon if anyone cares
  2:30am Bobby:

And Space Ghost Coast to Coast
Avatar 2:30am Andrew S:

oh they wree great
Avatar 2:30am Scraps:

It was 2000
Avatar 2:30am Andrew S:

i think they were ralph bakshi
  2:31am Bobby:

Everyone on the field looks sick of this game
Avatar 2:31am Andrew S:

i probably spleeld his name wrong but you know who i mean and the music weas fantastic
Avatar 2:34am Scraps:

You spelled it right. Hate his animation, though. Hate rotoscoping. A lot.
Avatar 2:34am Andrew S:

haha i thought it was over he miussed it by inches. I kinda wanta go to bed but at a certain point it gets a little surreal i want to see them run out of players
Avatar 2:35am Andrew S:

yeah scraps i used to know a little more about him than i do now
Avatar 2:35am Andrew S:

i think he had a studio in toronto
  2:36am Bobby:

I don’t even like the Dodgers and I wanted that to stay fair
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:36am Franco Twinkie:

You guys can sleep later. This shit is happening in real time.
Avatar 2:36am Andrew S:

and there was something controversial about hikm but i forget
Avatar 2:36am Scraps:

When they have to use position players to pitch, that gets fun
  2:36am Bobby:

I am committed, I won’t quit
Avatar 2:37am Andrew S:

exactly i want to see the right fielder pitch im staying up for tht
  2:38am Bobby:

This show’s current set is working well with the game that will not stop going
Avatar 2:38am Andrew S:

honestly though do you guys know if there is a curfew? ots not as much fun for me to look it up
Avatar 2:39am Andrew S:

i prefer speculation
  2:39am Bobby:

I think they play forever if that’s what it takes
Avatar 2:40am Andrew S:

ha i hope so thats pure baseball
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:40am Franco Twinkie:

This when we need the smashing,clanging of Carl Stalling for back round music.
Avatar 2:40am Scraps:

I lost interest in baseball, but what inning is it?
Avatar 2:41am Andrew S:

i watch it streaming so i dont see between innings but i think 16th
Avatar 2:41am Andrew S:

i think thew 15th just ended
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:41am Franco Twinkie:

Avatar 2:42am Andrew S:

heads, heads, heads, heads, heads
  2:44am Bobby:

It’s so late that the scheduled program on Fox is “Hottest Money-making Secrets Exposed”
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:45am Franco Twinkie:

Boston looks worn out. It's almost 3am for them.
Avatar 2:46am Andrew S:

for me too but if i can sit here the least they can do is play baseball
Avatar 2:48am Scraps:

The strike zone is getting smaller and smaller....
Avatar 2:49am Andrew S:

i remeber when i was like maybe 13 years old oming home at 3am and the islanders and capials were still playing hockey. maybe it wasnt that late but it was close it was 7th or 8th period
Avatar 2:49am Scraps:

Sorry, bigger. Sheesh.
Avatar 2:50am Andrew S:

yeah the umps are going to get fed up ha
Avatar 2:51am Andrew S:

one time i took the day off i worked for UPS and i took the day off to watch the expos opener and they played the reds and i had my cae of beer, opening day, and the umpire died right before the game started and it was cancelled true story
Avatar 2:52am Andrew S:

poor me
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:54am Franco Twinkie:

Is this the guy that played with Lydia Lunch?
Avatar 2:55am Scraps:

Rowland Howard?
Avatar 2:56am Scraps:

I like that you played Jonny Quest and Venture Bros consecutively
  2:58am Bobby:

Venture Bros is the best thing!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:00am Franco Twinkie:

I think you could put a turkey in the oven, wait in the kitchen till it's done and this game would still be going when you were finished with dinner.
  3:00am Bobby:

I’m about to coffee up
Avatar 3:00am Andrew S:

thanks fr th nice tunes
  3:01am Bobby:

Thanks great show!
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