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She grabs her bucket and she jumps and squeals

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I’m still recovering from last night’s 4 hour radio extravaganza.  We started things off with the Not-So-Classic Rock Mine sitting in for Mike and Lyle, then moved right on into the eye of the silliness with Bubbles in the Think Read more ›

Because he cares…

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From DJ Empirical’s site: I made a set of all cover songs for my friends’ radio show. Their archive of the show turned out a bit wonky (at least, my part of it did), so I rendered the set separately Read more ›

Where are we going?

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Sunday, we went back nearly 19 years and played a madlib from 27 May 1991. Wow, 19 years ago… 19 years ago, Prince Joachim was born. 19 years ago, Freddie Mercury died. 19 years ago, the Soviet Union dissolved. 19 Read more ›

No one knows how long a dream is meant to last

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Obvious statement:  The anniversary of the show comes every year. Yet it never feels any less surprising that I ever found my way to Unsanitary Outhouse.  Or that Bubbles in the Think Tank continues on.    And has on 4 radio Read more ›

Does a duck’s quack echo in the woods?

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Well, I’m sure it does but the bear was hungry. Mmmm, duck a l’orange. But I digress. Last night’s show was all about the love. Because, well, that’s what Bubbles in the Think Tank is about. Love. And silliness. But Read more ›

It takes a cool cat to blow a horn

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Cool cats, kool kids.  You know you’re one and the same. Listen to the show for Mardi Gras. Listen to the show for Abe Lincoln. Listen to the show for Frisbees. Listen to the show for Green Slime. Listen to Read more ›

Is it really a podcast…

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I mean, I didn’t use my iPod once during this show. I had the netbook ramped up and my phone by my side, but my iPod sat quietly in my purse. Pretty soon, my pod will be forgotten on Sunday Read more ›

Really?

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I’m not sure I’ve ever been so proud. Keep up the good work. Not Todd, did you have anything to do with this?

I heard you on Satan’s wireless

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Last night took us down one of our favorite paths at Bubbles in the Think Tank East.  The one that examines the love/hate relationship we have with media and its regulation. We love it when it keeps us connected, lets Read more ›