January 15, 2014 10:00pm


Nose Hair Lint Gland
Long before the rural jurors were purged, the sticks nixed pix about hicks! Farmers are not interested in farming pictures, but they'll definitely be interested in the FINAL BROADCAST of NOSE HAIR LINT GLAND, in which foreman Karen Carpenter, hired hand Bob-Marc, and local slattern Sherilyn Connelly (along with shifty-lookin' drifters KrOB and Puzzling Evidence, aka Dick and Perry) will nix more pix than hicks can shake a stick at.

NOSE HAIR LINT GLAND: The secret ingredient is moonshine (hiccup!), which you stir with sticks.

Chatroom History
January 15, 2014 10:00pm - 4:45am

Alan B.: Styx? (10:02pm)
Alan B.: BTW I love this movie. (10:03pm)
Alan B.: The master dances - Rare clip from 1932 The great American song composer and stage star, George M. Cohan, starred in this picture in 1932, at the age of 54. (10:04pm)
Alan B.: ^^^ Blackface trigger warning (10:04pm)
Alan B.: ^^^ Jimmie Durante trigger warning (10:05pm)
Alan B.: And "The South's Gonna Rise (10:05pm)
Alan B.: Again" is a fitting backbeat (10:05pm)
Alan B.: crackers on the moon (10:07pm)
Alan B.: The best biotics. Everything in my bloodstream is dead. (10:07pm)
Alan B.: I'm glad KrOB is better. I hope he didn't have to get butt shots. (10:10pm)
Alan B.: Discrimination against Appalachian Americans is significant enough that some municipalities such as Cincinnati have enacted laws making it illegal to discriminate against peoples of Appalachian identity. Appalachians can face discrimination in employment due to a variety of prejudicial assumptions. (10:11pm)
Alan B.: <--- Appalachian stereotypes (10:11pm)
Alan B.: Long Duk Dong Rapido (10:12pm)
Alan B.: Derogatory language against Appalachian Americans includes the terms "redneck" and "hillbilly," both which can be applied to people of any race, gender, or sexual orientation. (10:13pm)
Alan B.: Corey Hart - Sunglasses at Night (10:13pm)
Alan B.: NHLG, singly and collectively -- Opinion leaders (10:15pm)
asdf: uh oh i think forgot the meeting. is it still going on? (10:16pm)
Alan B.: I would be honored. (10:17pm)
Alan B.: Has Sherilyn's Booper ever heard (excerpts from) The Booper Symphony #1? (10:18pm)
Alan B.: ^^^ Circuit bending trigger warning (10:19pm)
Alan B.: Your mom (10:19pm)
Dr. Penny: Oh every nhlg is a great show! (10:20pm)
Alan B.: This show is an acquired taste. (10:20pm)
Alan B.: Radio Disney, daddy! (10:21pm)
Alan B.: Sequential Art. (10:21pm)
Alan B.: Nix - (10:23pm)
Alan B.: Hello, Dr. Penny! (10:24pm)
Sherilyn: Sherilyn's Booper LIVED it, Alan. (Not really.) (10:24pm)
Alan B.: Bishop Joey used sarcasm, so I donated to repair art I'll never see. (10:27pm)
Dr. Penny: "I'm not making shit up here; this is Nose Hair Lint Gland." -- K.C. (10:27pm)
Dr. Penny: Hi back Alan B. :) (10:29pm)
Alan B.: Bob-Marc: "I love these dog heads. they are all that is left of Doggie Diner a Bay Area fast food chain that had 30 locations with multiple locations in San Francisco. (10:29pm)
Alan B.: "When I was a kid this is what we had, there were no McDonald's or Burger Kings, Taco Bells etc, I can distinctly remember the two in the Mission the one on Van Ness and of Course the one out by the zoo out on Sloat. (10:29pm)
Alan B.: "Anyone who loves what (used to ???) makes San Francisco a beautiful and fascinating place to live should give a few bucks to restoring these San Francisco monuments." (10:30pm)
Alan B.: Fuck San Francisco and fuck libertarians: (10:30pm)
Alan B.: Cups and burger wrappers at In-N-Out Burger are marked with Bible citations. TRUE Read more at (10:31pm)
Alan B.: Blotter art by my friend Shady Backflash (10:32pm)
Alan B.: Dr. Fiasco was tart. (10:34pm)
Alan B.: I got bad news: (10:38pm)
Alan B.: "Like he wanted to come across as a decent family man after the ignominy of It's a Slippery Slope, but the Journals support this brief change before the big accident. He does seem to be happy during this period, though he frets a little that he is drinking too much and taking cocaine." (10:38pm)
Alan B.: ^^^ Bookslut: The Journals of Spalding Gray edited by Nell Casey (10:38pm)
Sherilyn: DR FIASCO IS POSTING AS ALAN B! (10:38pm)
Alan B.: (10:40pm)
Alan B.: My fucking phone is upstairs, so I'll just post the wiki link: (10:46pm)
Alan B.: WALL STREET LAYS AN EGG (10:47pm)
Alan B.: FORD TO NEW YORK: DROP DEAD (10:47pm)
Alan B.: HICKS NIX PIX IN STICKS (10:48pm)
Alan B.: I've decided that the antibiotics have caused irrepairable brain damage. (10:48pm)
Alan B.: Headless Body in Topless Bar (10:49pm)
Alan B.: How much tile do you let the less able sub-contractor do? (10:50pm)
Alan B.: (10:51pm)
Alan B.: I actually really like Skrillex. (10:51pm)
Sherilyn: A more recent one not in that article: Cops Fear Pimp Turf War. (10:51pm)
Sherilyn: As do I! Neither Skrillex nor dubstep do me any harm. (10:52pm)
Alan B.: So soap, radio. (11:01pm)
Alan B.: No Soap, Radio. (11:01pm)
Alan B.: This is fucked up. I cannot find evidence of a single rural-themed box-office flop from 1935. (11:02pm)
Alan B.: 61 Reasons to Hate the Grateful Dead (11:04pm)
Alan B.: Alice Faye - Hello Frisco, Hello 1943 - San Francisco (11:04pm)
Alan B.: Ah, Sherilyn -- paydirt! List of films set in the southern United States - 1935 (11:07pm)
Sherilyn: I can't believe they didn't like Lazy River! (11:09pm)
Alan B.: Well, I haven't actually dug up the box office on these, but the article must have referred to something. (11:10pm)
Alan B.: And fucking USC has the Variety archives behind a paywall. (11:10pm)
Alan B.: True story: This girl I knew at the expensive private college I attended skipped about $3,000 in classes to tour with the Dead for a week. Came back with body lice. (11:11pm)
Alan B.: 19) They hijacked many punks (including my once fierce little sister), making them into what they once hated, hippies. (11:13pm)
Alan B.: ^^^ My goofy friend Adam Rebelius in a nutshell. (11:13pm)
Alan B.: 34) Vegans who smoke cigarettes. (11:15pm)
Alan B.: Variety - "Paramount obviously couldn't make up its mind what it wanted to do with the film; it's rambling and hokey. For a few minutes it's sheer farce, for a few moments it's romance. And it never jells...Fields works hard throughout the film and saves it, giving it whatever entertainment value it has." Mississippi (1935) (11:17pm)
Alan B.: Grateful Dead Kennedys - Nazi Punks Funk Off (11:18pm)
Alan B.: I think my buttocks are on life support. (11:20pm)
Alan B.: The film that killed Will Rogers: (11:22pm)
Alan B.: Party with me Punker (11:24pm)
Sherilyn: Regarding Will Rogers, I have Judge Priest on deck just in case. (11:24pm)
Alan B.: Yes. yes, play the Big Black. . . you know you want to . . . (11:26pm)
Alan B.: (11:27pm)
Alan B.: Every woman's cheese box? (11:28pm)
Alan B.: Okay, I'll have to take a raincheck on the balance of the six hours. Thank you. (11:34pm)
Dr. Penny: And there must be tiki torches. (2:11am)

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