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"Rise Up You Sinners", featuring a guest vocal by Ivan Stang. If any of this crap entertains you, I would appreciate your hitting the "Subscribe" button.

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This is a gospel number entitled "Pop That Bulbous Scrotum". I don't usually wear my spiritual beliefs on my sleeve, but since it's Sunday morning, I thought I'd share this with you in the hope that you'll reflect on it while you're attending church services today.

Louisiana Pancake Batfish is a song about that one time a family of crawfish moved into the neighbourhood and started having yard sales every weekend until everyone realized they were selling meth and the dogs were eating people's arms while they were sleeping, and the stumps scabbed over and looked a little like Bert Lahr.

A solid two hours of 80s Winnipeg public access television highlights.

YouTube is a veritable waterfall of stupid bullshit, and one of the many reasons why is the proliferation of "reaction videos", in which people whose opinions don't matter tell you what they think about a Pink Floyd guitar solo. In this spirit, Waldo has decided to dip his toe into the waters of idiocy. He's thinking of launching a gofundme campaign to pay for his new headphones.

I hope to see a resurgence of interest in shag carpeting in the vicinity of toilets during the remainder of this decade.

This is a song about Edward C. Platt, food and industrial products derived from corn, and their connections with the daily sex rituals of Huastec civilization.

The source of nationalism, tribalism, etc., courtesy of Arthur Schopenhauer:

“Every miserable fool who has nothing at all of which he can be proud, adopts as a last resource pride in the nation to which he belongs; he is ready and happy to defend all its faults and follies tooth and nail, thus reimbursing himself for his own inferiority.”

This is the census record for Frank Zappa's family. They lived on Dexter St. in Edgewood, Maryland. The street no longer exists, but the military facility where his dad worked is still there. In those days they were doing chemical weapons research, and Frank's dad was employed there. He lists his job as "meteorologist".

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U.S. census data is made public 72 years after it's collected. The 1950 census data was released this week. Here's the census record for Jimi Hendrix. He lived at 3022 Genessee St. in Seattle. His house has since been demolished and replaced with apartment buildings.

This is one of Philo's earlier works, exploring the # P's. He's gone on to make many great illustrations displaying Perfect Pipe Placement, and he's in the process of opening an online store/gallery. Who would like to own an original Philo Drummond work of art?

In post-WW2 Birmingham Alabama, it was illegal for a white guy and a black guy to play a game of checkers.

The Rudy Schwartz Project - La Petite Tonkinoise
This song was written in 1906 and popularized by Josephine Baker in 1930. The lyrics are by a French guy who decided he was qualified to stick words into the mouth of a young Vietnamese concubine, or prostitute if you prefer. Here, it's performed by a 60 year old Canadian man with a head cold.

This web site has scanned back issues of radio/tv/recording magazines dating back to the early 20th century.

NEW! :jrbd: Hour of Slack #1872 RADIO SAFE VERSION :jrbd:

RADIO-SAFE VERSION. Big news about X-Day "2022"! (See aka Events.) The hardcover collector's edition of THE AGENT AND MR. DOBBS is now available! (See ) A new Rubix Pube album is out (two songs from t…

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