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Pablo Neruda's Fine Day Out
April 17, 2013 10:00pm

It seems like Pablo hasn't been outside for ages, but today he has a medical checkup. After confirming with his doctor that a little fun won't hurt him, NOSE HAIR LINT GLAND decided to give Pablo a Whirlwind Wednesday in the Mission. Beginning at sunrise, Pablo will join several of his compatriots standing at the corner of Folsom and 26th with a pail full of drywall tools. After 6 hours of invigorating interaction with fellow workers of the world, Pablo will recite "Veinte Poemas de Amor y Una Canción Desesperada" at the taco truck outside Karen Carpenter's home. Then more drywall sanding. For a change in the afternoon, Pablo will carry Bob-Marc's tools up 5 flights while Bob-Marc texts his girlfriend. By mid-afternoon, Pablo is thoroughly politicized and ready to meet the faux-Libertarian tech workers as they disembark from the 78 Google buses. His brief and quixotic appointment by the daughter of Salvador Allende as Consul General in the Mission (which he will someday recall as "the noblest Mission I have ever undertaken"), is a clear violation of international law with power limited to handing out 10% off coupons for Puerto Allegro. In the early evening, while clutching a copy of "Full Woman, Fleshly Apple, Hot Moon", Pablo crashes the Women's Inner Mission Displaced Persons of Color Poetry Slam, but is not permitted near the mike due to his gender, age and lack of tattoos.

By late evening, Pablo is again employed driving the limo that picks up Karen, Bob-Marc and exiled Miamian Sean Kelly, who not only speaks Cuban but is a "fellow traveler". Whisking them to the palatial Radio Valencia studio, the renowned Chilean poet waits patiently in the limo as the talent delivers the FINAL BROADCAST of NOSE HAIR LINT GLAND, then home again. What a fine and Nobel day out!

NOSE HAIR LINT GLAND: Boy, is Dr. Fiasco going to be sorry he missed this one, or what?!

Chatroom History
April 17, 2013 10:00pm - 4:30am

Ferrara: hey I'm listening, if you're counting Ferrara (10:18pm)
Never Mind: all your shows are me (10:19pm)
Ferrara: SEX CELS, esp wheh hosted by a female, yes (10:19pm)
Ferrara: thats the name of the show debuts next week (10:19pm)
Pirate Car: Leave me out of this (10:20pm)
Ferrara: too late sweetie, you're smack dab in the thick of it (10:26pm)
Listener Pic: now there's your typical NHLG listener... (10:31pm)
Ferrara: METAL MACHINE MUSIC ! ! ! (10:33pm)
Pirate Car: Mental mataine busey! (10:34pm)
Ferrara: ARE YOU HUNG UP? (10:34pm)
Pirate Car: And back away from the phone... (10:35pm)
Ferrara: gary kellgren sotto voce (10:35pm)
Pirate Car: Rim Job (10:36pm)
Jim Bob: Jim Bob's Rim Jobs, at your service! (10:37pm)
Pirate Car: two Rim Job Brews, Bro! (10:40pm)
Jim Bob: Audrey Horne (10:40pm)
Karen Carpenter: we endorse this disappointing chatbox content. (11:11pm)
vj pussycat: hi y'all. just tuning in. sounds goooooood (11:40pm)
vj pussycat: weird just the way I like it (11:42pm)
vj pussycat: some days it's impossible to get rid of a bomb (11:44pm)
vj pussycat: no that's not right. some days you just can't get rid of a bomb (11:46pm)
vj pussycat: damn I didn't know James Franco was involved (12:10am)
vj pussycat: I don't even listen to that grateful dead show (12:11am)
vj pussycat: hey a fertilizer plant blew up in Texas (12:11am)
vj pussycat: ooh love a good sea bass (12:12am)
vj pussycat: C (12:16am)
vj pussycat: don't forget to take your shoes off (12:27am)
Dr. Penny: nhlg tells dr. hal show stories (12:52am)
Dr. Penny: It's the coffee's fault. (1:29am)

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