Feel free to write in to the University of Scranton with your complaints about the elimination of weekend programming to satisfy a station manager's personal grudge:
Board of Trustees
c/o The University of Scranton
Scranton, PA 18510
Note that I'm pretty much done here, regardless. Eight years of wasting my Saturdays on what can only be described as an abusive relationship is enough for me. But please go ahead and make your opinions known for those like T. O'Hearn and Roman Grecco, who wish to continue fighting the good fight.
Now, this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning. Stay tuned to this blog for a new web-based audio entertainment product in the weeks to come. 'Cause I paid $10 for this domain name, and dammit, I'm gonna use it! Besides, who actually listens to the radio anymore?
|Justin Beiber||U Smile (Slowed down 800x)||From the Interwebs|
|Seatbelts (Yoko Kanno)||Tank! (Live @ Shibuya AX)||Cowboy Bebop CD Box|
|Seatbelts (Yoko Kanno)||The Real Folk Blues (Live @ Shibuya AX||Cowboy Bebop CD Box|
|Kid Icarus||A Good Place to End||Imaginary Songs & Aluminum Hits||*|
|Seatbelts (Yoko Kanno)||Blue||Cowboy Bebop Soundtrack||You're gonna carry that weight.|
And now, our Roman Grecco Theme Continuation Moment, continuing the theme of "Radio" heard today on the Grecian Formula, which airs... oh, right, it doesn't air anymore. Nevermind! This is Swedish band The Drowners, with a song from their album Muted to a Whisper, an excellent disc that I found in the garbage can in the management office many years ago, which goes to show you how long this place has been going downhill.
This song is called "On the Radio", and, well, it would have required a lot of editing if I actually did have to play it on the air, so maybe this is for the best:
What did we learn on today's programme?
- Despite all evidence to the contrary, Kid Icarus is actually a Minneapolis-based band.
- Reading all of these host names will give one laryngitis for a month.
- Speaking of which, I should have asked Conan to lend me the Bugatti Veyron Mouse for this show.
- Going out with all of your proverbial guns a-blazing on the air may not be the most productive thing in the world to do, but damn does it feel good.