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The Mad Music Hour #231 - January 18 - February 14, 2019
Topic: Do What You Can With What You Have Where You Are
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This week, we have a Teddy Roosevelt quote for a title that actually means “This show isn’t about anything in particular.” It’ll include many of my favorite bouncy, happy songs about the usual disgusting and/or perverted things that are often the mainstay of these shows, so if you hear something that makes you really nauseous, just remember that this show was made with love and let it all go – including your lunch, if need be. Just use mouthwash afterward. Vomit breath is just plain nasty.

Listing added by:  Stavro Arrgolus

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Yes, this show's as unsafe for work as most of the others. And, as always, that's a good thing. While I'm thinking about it, try to overlook the snarky gloating at the end of the show over the Red Sox winning the Series & the Patriots winning the Super Bowl 90 some odd days apart. Remember that I had to wait 41 years since 1960 for the Pats to 'not suck' and actually win everything, and the less said about the Sox 87 year curse, the better. Bearing all that in mind, just let it go... (Stavro Arrgolus)
Sub-theme: Outdated songs. To go along with the old quote I used as the show title, several songs in this episode are outdated, pretend to be outdated, or are just loaded with outdated references. This, like many things I do on these shows, was done entirely for the sheer hell of it as this show had no main theme. (Stavro Arrgolus)
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Wow, the second segment of the show posted on Valentine's day, that is amazing.
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