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And that was exactly like my dream

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Doing the show is sometimes a lot like walking through a dream.  There’s a concurrent feeling of being totally out of control and a sense of great power.  I don’t know what’s going to pop up next, but I’m sure 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 ›

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 ›

But one thing i don’t understand

Ok, maybe a few more things than one… How Arrested Development was ever cancelled. Why Jodie Foster makes such dark movies. Where’s my jetpack? Spontaneous Human Combustion. How I ever got so lucky as to have Bubbles in the Think Read more ›

You’re just talking about words

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I’ve been quizzed a few times over the years about why I will occasionally play material that is clearly not funny on Bubbles in the Think Tank.  I usually just fall back on the standard “it’s not a comedy show, Read more ›

Never rush a pug

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What?  You think a blog headline like that is irrelevant to a Bubbles in the Think Tank post?  Ok…so I’ve been watching the dog shows again, and I don’t believe that you can’t dispute the accidental precision of the random Read more ›

This is better than the others, it’s American too

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While the WMFO transmitter has been at the spa, I’ve had chance (no…I’ve made the choice) to listen to a Boston area talk radio station during my weekly drive in to the show.  It’s been a harrowing experience.  The talk Read more ›

The two hours a week news cycle

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In this archive, witness the virtual smackdown among news stories such as the 40 year anniversaries of both the Apollo moon landing and Chappaquiddick, as well as health care reform and the ridiculously large number of passings acknowledged in the Read more ›