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Posted on 07/13/2014 2:40:08 PM PDT by Vision
Friends it's Sunday night again, and time to relax. Warm up the tubes for another four hours of classic radio Americana.
*tonight's show will be available at the "Info" link starting tomorrow.
No schedule has been posted for tonight so we have a mystery lineup...
Lookin’ forward to a nice evening...
Sincere thanks for the reminder as I need to slip back in time and linger with pleasant memories..............
You got it.
Pleasant memories, or a time when America was sane?
“America” was powerful, an excellent, must-see picture. Like Keith pointed out, though, the premise of the title, “America: Imagine the World Without Her” is not fully explored. It was not what we thought it might be. Instead the movie deals with debunking the main “biggie” liberal lies about the United States. I guess the “imagine the world without her” part is something we are left to do based on how wonderful America is and all it has truly given to the world and the people here. I give the film five stars, and we gave it a round of applause in the theater when it ended.
NPR is going over the plight of Islamic female rappers.
You can’t make this stuff up folks.
Archie? - (Bob Hastings)
Broadway is my Beat
Cavalcade of America
X Minus One
A good lineup. It’s been too long since a Whistler played...
There’s a great last hour tonight...
Yes, it brings a young Hillary in, during the Saul Alinsky segment near the end. She was innocent, pure as the wind-drive snow before she met Alinsky (yeah). Both Obama and Hillary and Saul Alinsky are discussed. D’Souza doesn’t go terribly deeply into Hillary, though, except to point out, in so many words, that’s she’s just as much a devil as Obama.
Very good lineup! Throw in a “Suspense,” and we’d be “over-joyed.” :-)
Evening, fellow radiophiles.......
Hey Viking, you staying cool?
Always, Vision, always, and a big tip o’ the horns to my stepson, who rewired part of our central AC circuit to make it so. I keep it like a meat locker in here, much to the wife’s dismay. LOL Looks like you’ve got a spot of unsettled weather headed your way from the west........
How cold do you keep it?
Yea, they’ve been calling for some storms. It’s the wind that damages trees which I get annoyed with.
We KNEW the woman was a bad guy and the rum cake was poisoned!
We got a bad man on the loose in Dodge.
Depending on the time of day I’ll nudge it down to 73 or 74, but with at least two floor registers in every room, it can feel like Quebec in January if you’re close enough to one to catch the draft. The thermostat will have to read 79 or 80 before she’ll kick the AC on. I think she’s part reptile. I’m like my late father. But hey, thirty years ago I used to bristle when I was told I was definitely my father’s son. Now I take it as high praise.
Chester has poor instincts about women.
Hi, Gina! Be cutting out shortly for the latest episode of The Last Ship, but be back at 10.......
That’s pretty chilly. I go as low as 77.
When my work shift rolls around, I like it cool in my den here. I keep the blinds closed, keep an autumn harvest scented candle lit, and it gives off a definite October/November vibe. Very relaxing workplace aura.
Sounds like your heart is in Western MD, or a more northern point.
I saw America a couple of days ago. Excellent! D’Souza did address “what would the world be without America,” tangentially — his theme of “conquest mentality,” or however he put it, dominating the world before the American revolution ushered in the principle that wealth should be created rather than conquered. Without American ascendancy the world would still be operating according to the conquest mentality/ethic, where people in power take what they want, and entrepreneurs/businessmen are held in low esteem. When you think about it, the Democrats operate under the conquest mentality — for them, politics is about conquest, pillaging your enemies and dividing the spoils among your friends.
Yes, Chester... bless his heart. :-)
I loved that Four Preps song Ed played.
Lazy summer night is great.
Edward G. Robinson! Sweet...
Well the thunderstorms have arrived, I’m heading to the radio for the last hour.
Night Gina, talk to you later.
Vision and Viking, we’re about to have dinner and wind down for the night. See you next week, Lord willing.
Yes, it is. Sometimes I think I’d probably be more at home somewhere within shouting distance of the Arctic Circle.
‘Night, Gina. You and yours have a good evening.
Ah, yes! As the ad said, they’re all “meat” with no bones to mess with! :-)
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