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September 11, 2013 10:00pm
Until he unexpectedly passed away this week, Calvin Coolidge "Cal" Worthington would wrestle bears and tigers, stand on his head and even wear a polyester suit in a Southern California heat wave, just to make a potential customer chuckle. Did you ever really laugh? No sir, to have a genuine, irrepressible laugh de la belly, you need to hear something off-color, inappropriate and too gawddamn soon. Does that mean that for the FINAL BROADCAST of NOSE HAIR LINT GLAND, comedians Karen Carpenter, Bob-Marc and Sherilyn Connelly are going to "go there" for a cheap laugh? Oh, they promise it will be cheap, so they're already half way "there". Musical accompaniment and historical perspective provided by Puzzling Evidence and KrOB.

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Chatroom History
September 11, 2013 10:00pm - 6:30am

Alan B.: Juan Rapido came too soon to host Ask Dr. Hal. (10:00pm)
Alan B.: A dinosaur done bit my sister Nell, and Whitey's on the tran-Neptunian object. (10:01pm)
Alan B.: Let the wild technical adjustment rumpus start! (10:03pm)
Alan B.: Fuck the police, NHLG! (10:06pm)
Alan B.: KrOB has been called "San Francisco's Best Audio and Visual Collagist" by SF Weekly, describing him as "a man following his vision so tenaciously that San Francisco ought to be famous for housing him." His Film Farm series has brought strange and usual movies to unpredictable places throughout the Bay Area since 2003. (10:06pm)
Alan B.: Toshio Hirano is a time and continent-jumping troubadour. He grew up in Tokyo, coming of age when the American folk revival was also hitting Japan, but a chance listen to a Sunday afternoon radio program introduced him to the sound of southern Appalachia. Fast-forward through moves to Nashville and Austin, to marrying an American woman and starting a family, and Hirano is now a popular proselytizer of country legends -- particularly his yodeling hero, Jimmie Rodgers -- at various venues throughout San Francisco. (10:06pm)
Alan B.: Neil Young: Heart of Gold & Storefront Hitchcock Saturday, September 21, 2013 The Castro Theatre, 429 Castro St. Doors open: 1:30pm Show: 2pm ($12.00) (10:07pm)
Alan B.: Swimming to Cambodia & Stop Making Sense Saturday, September 21, 2013 The Castro Theatre, 429 Castro St. Doors open: 7:00pm Show: 7:30pm ($12.00) (10:07pm)
Alan B.: Bob-Marc! (10:07pm)
Alan B.: Too soon to play Bob-Marc's channel too low in the mix. (10:08pm)
Alan B.: Sherilyn~ (10:09pm)
Alan B.: Too soon for Chilean democracy: On September 11, 1973, just prior to the capture of the Palacio de La Moneda (the presidential palace) by military units loyal to Pinochet, President Salvador Allende made his famous farewell speech to Chileans on live radio (Radio Magallanes). (10:11pm)
Alan B.: Shortly afterwards, an official announcement declared that he had gone to war with an AK-47 rifle.[5] An autopsy also recorded his death as a suicide.[6] (10:11pm)
Alan B.: "Because of his Twitter." It's so great we've all lived long enough for Stern to start talking like our grandfathers. (10:12pm)
Alan B.: Don't you bozos ever clean this thing? (10:13pm)
Alan B.: Heineken? Fuck that shit! (10:15pm)
Alan B.: Too soon for private property. NHLG: The thin edge of the wedge. (10:16pm)
Alan B.: Amazon Prime: We get your package to you in 10 seconds. It only costs a steady stream of baby seals thrown into a chipper shredder. (10:17pm)
Alan B.: Never too soon for liberal guilt. (10:18pm)
Alan B.: Too soon for rules with justification. (10:21pm)
Alan B.: Seriously, someone from Radio Valencia took down my FB comment about low power FM, but wrote to apologize while telling me all about its DO-ocracy. (10:21pm)
Alan B.: You dudes just don't DO. (10:21pm)
Alan B.: They're gonna say flange, I just know it. (10:22pm)
Alan B.: NICE! Bob-Marc with the National Lampoon Radio Dinner reference! (10:24pm)
Alan B.: Everybody drink! (10:25pm)
Alan B.: No, wait, that was D. Boon, not fake John Lennon. Sorry! (10:26pm)
Alan B.: Recursive radio is recursive (10:27pm)
Alan B.: (10:28pm)
Alan B.: (10:30pm)
Alan B.: (10:32pm)
Alan B.: Too soon to fuck the police. (10:33pm)
Alan B.: Loop the Booper!!!! (10:34pm)
Alan B.: Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww. (10:35pm)
Alan B.: Too soon for civility in the workplace. (10:37pm)
Alan B.: Too soon for Bulding 7 conspiracy theories. (10:38pm)
Alan B.: CplETCosQYt0sal0kCgf8Ge6vNXxm85-953w XKHyC (10:39pm)
Alan B.: Oops, God made that not work. Because it was too soon. (10:40pm)
Alan B.: (10:40pm)
Alan B.: (10:41pm)
Alan B.: That scene scared the shit out of me in first run. (10:42pm)
Alan B.: Too soon . . . (10:48pm)
Alan B.: Window's 95 start-up theme by Brian Eno . . . composed on a Mac. (10:49pm)
Alan B.: Never too soon for brain damage. (10:52pm)
Alan B.: I'm hiding in the Jeffries Tube. (10:54pm)
Alan B.: A Y D S (10:57pm)
Alan B.: Too soon the trooper . . . (10:59pm)
Alan B.: Too soon to be jaded about screwing the dead. (11:07pm)
Alan B.: (11:10pm)
Alan B.: I'm gonna go derive in bed. Too late. See ya in the funny papers. (11:10pm)
vj pussycat: stupid white man (12:10am)
twentythreeskidoo: hey krob and doug (1:36am)
twentythreeskidoo: lets get higher (1:41am)
twentythreeskidoo: play charles mansons song Arkansas (1:46am)
twentythreeskidoo: me reefer (1:54am)
twentythreeskidoo: this is too goood (1:55am)

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