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The Mad Music Podcast #27 - January 21, 2014
Topic: And Just Who Are You Supposed To Be?

This week, a declarative sort of show with songs and bits that state who they are (or aren't) and what they do. When I was a kid - a long, long, long, long time ago, so-called adults would ask you things like this all the time - "Hey, who are you supposed to be?" They'd also ask things like, "What are you, a wise guy?" and "How'd you like a smack in the mouth?" Yes, strangers could abuse children without fear of reprisals in those days. In this day and age, they'd likely be shot or stabbed by the kids in question before the cops could get them, but I digress.

Next week: Silence Is Foo

Listing added by:  Stavro Arrgolus

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The opening sequence is more or less about Luke Ski turning 40 and how great it could be if your editor could be 40 again. Luke doesn't know how good he's got it. The next sequence starts with the beastly weather and Vikings, but ends up being about The FuMP again. The final sequence is more action oriented until it, too, ends with a FuMP song. Well, that's CC programming for you. (Stavro Arrgolus)
This show has a bit of bad language in it - not too much, mostly related to the horrible weather of late. Somehow, I justified it as the upcoming song was worse than anything I could say. This was going to get an 'explicit' rating on iTunes anyway. (Stavro Arrgolus)
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peterpuck9   Offline  -  Participant  -  01-22-14 11:57 AM  -  4 years ago
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Playing the tiny violin for Luke Ski. You're not allowed to complain until you're past 50! :-)
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