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The Ryde: Monse's Ride, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
Metro TCAP interns record their commute, in which passengers refuse to give up their seats in the disabled section, and speak to the Metro Office of Civil Rights Accessibility Manager about Metro's policy in these matters.
Anonymous

Radio Thrift Shop: Broadcast 445, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
Radio Thrift Shop features a flexible format & is an homage to the "underground" era of broadcasting of the 1960's and 1970's that DJ Frederick grew up with. RTS features a homegrown mix of vinyl records, 78s, 45's, LPs, private press releases, and a variety of cassette tapes and homemade / self released cds. Each broadcast of Radio Thrift Shop features an improvised playlist from DJ Frederick's music library.
Frederick Moe

THE THUNDERBOLT: TB 190208 The Dictatorship of the Refrigerator 2X, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
This week’s archive radio show started off the year 2018 with a lesson on how to be an activist! (It’s a fun job — but somebody’s gotta do it!) Then, we reveal how Americans are educated just enough to not realize how uneducated they actually are. After that, we point out that humans have an amazing ability to accept insanity as normal when insanity becomes normalized — especially since if they ever rationally faced the insanity then they would probably go insane. Next, we fulfill our duty to utterly terrify you by pointing out how with recent advances in technology, then very soon the 1% may not need us to build their world for them any longer. (And you know their usual policy toward what they consider to be ‘useless mouths’ — i.e. someone that does not produce profit for them.) Then, for the feature piece this week, we describe how David Patraeus — ex-head of the CIA — came right out and admitted that they are going to start using the ‘smart grid’ and ‘smart appliances’ to spy on us. Now your refrigerator will be spying on you right along with your phone, your computer, your car, and your alarm system, etc. There will soon be nowhere that is safe. The Thunderbolt is likely to rock your socks. Beware.
Dancing Angel Media

THE THUNDERBOLT: TB 190208 The Dictatorship of the Refrigerator 2X, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
This week’s archive radio show started off the year 2018 with a lesson on how to be an activist! (It’s a fun job — but somebody’s gotta do it!) Then, we reveal how Americans are educated just enough to not realize how uneducated they actually are. After that, we point out that humans have an amazing ability to accept insanity as normal when insanity becomes normalized — especially since if they ever rationally faced the insanity then they would probably go insane. Next, we fulfill our duty to utterly terrify you by pointing out how with recent advances in technology, then very soon the 1% may not need us to build their world for them any longer. (And you know their usual policy toward what they consider to be ‘useless mouths’ — i.e. someone that does not produce profit for them.) Then, for the feature piece this week, we describe how David Patraeus — ex-head of the CIA — came right out and admitted that they are going to start using the ‘smart grid’ and ‘smart appliances’ to spy on us. Now your refrigerator will be spying on you right along with your phone, your computer, your car, and your alarm system, etc. There will soon be nowhere that is safe. The Thunderbolt is likely to rock your socks. Beware.
Dancing Angel Media

THE THUNDERBOLT: TB 190208 The Dictatorship of the Refrigerator 2X, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
This week’s archive radio show started off the year 2018 with a lesson on how to be an activist! (It’s a fun job — but somebody’s gotta do it!) Then, we reveal how Americans are educated just enough to not realize how uneducated they actually are. After that, we point out that humans have an amazing ability to accept insanity as normal when insanity becomes normalized — especially since if they ever rationally faced the insanity then they would probably go insane. Next, we fulfill our duty to utterly terrify you by pointing out how with recent advances in technology, then very soon the 1% may not need us to build their world for them any longer. (And you know their usual policy toward what they consider to be ‘useless mouths’ — i.e. someone that does not produce profit for them.) Then, for the feature piece this week, we describe how David Patraeus — ex-head of the CIA — came right out and admitted that they are going to start using the ‘smart grid’ and ‘smart appliances’ to spy on us. Now your refrigerator will be spying on you right along with your phone, your computer, your car, and your alarm system, etc. There will soon be nowhere that is safe. The Thunderbolt is likely to rock your socks. Beware.
Dancing Angel Media

The Sonic Cafe: Sonic Cafe #147/Spy GUYZ! The Bronze Bond, Segment 1

3 months 1 week ago
Sonic Café, Midnight Calling, that’s music from Naked Funk and I’m Scott Clark. Hey welcome to episode 147. This time the Sonic Café sinks again into the foggy world of Spy Guyz as we present a very special episode celebrating Roger Moore, everyone’s third favorite Bond in a thing we call the Bronze Bond. Moore's Bond differed from Ian Fleming’s original vision. Moore was always cast as a seasoned, debonair playboy who always had exactly the right a trick or gadget in hand to get out of any jam. Moore's Bond was also known for his humor and witty one-liners, unlike the cold-blooded killer of Ian Fleming’s novels. To celebrate, the Sonic Café presents Moore’s best one-liners sprinkled throughout the program. In addition we’ll present the movie trailer and theme from Live and Let die, our Bronze Bonds first outing in 1973… and later listen for the trailer and theme from Moore’s last Bond movie, 1985’s A View to a Kill. All that and of course more wrapped in spy-tingling music mix which includes the David Laflamme Band, Armando Trovajoli, U2, The Guess Who, Morcheeba and many many more. So come along for the ride as we celebrate Roger Moore, the Bronze Bond in another episode of Spy Guyz from that little café on the coast in the spectacular Pacific Northwest, we’re the Sonic Café.
Scott Clark