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THE FINAL BROADCAST
NORWEGIAN KINGS OF COMEDY!
February 5, 2014 10:00pm
Tonight on NOSE HAIR LINT GLAND, are very special Norwegian guests, Lars Berrum and Martin Beyer-Olsen, NORWEGIAN KINGS OF COMEDY! From Norway! KINGS!

So... what do Karen Carpenter, Bob-Marc, Sherilyn Connelly, KrOB, and/or Puzzling Evidence know about the Norwegian Kings of Comedy? Who are these kings and who made them kings? Can there be two kings of Norwegian comedy? What up? After racking their collective brains, the show writers came up with these facts about Norway:

- Vikings
- Lillehammer, a town in Opplandcounty, a region of Gudbrandsdal.
- Heavy Water Plant
- Fjords

...oh, and that Norway *is* a kingdom, so it all actually makes sense that they produce Kings of Comedy for domestic use and export. Your royal invitation is here, come watch and listen as they roll out the red carpet for Lars and Martin on the FINAL BROADCAST of NOSE HAIR LINT GLAND.

NOSE HAIR LINT GLAND: No Ole and Lena jokes, promise.


Chatroom History
February 5, 2014 10:00pm - 3:30am

Alan B.: Eyeroll. (10:01pm)
Alan B.: I always love the woman who blows it just before GSH does the last line, "Whitey on the Moon." Those other folks in the audience have been laughing at her for nearly 50 years. (10:03pm)
Alan B.: Kongene av norsk komedie (10:09pm)
Sherilyn: I have that same thought every time, Alan. (10:09pm)
Alan B.: Rimshot. (10:10pm)
Alan B.: You're not fit to drive Elvis' truck for him. (10:10pm)
Alan B.: CIA World Factbook - Norway http://1.usa.gov/1ezLJSt (10:13pm)
Alan B.: Norwegian 94.4% (includes Sami, about 60,000), other European 3.6%, other 2% (2007 estimate) (10:14pm)
Alan B.: Norway's national statistical agency estimated the national population to be approximately 5.08 million as of 1 July 2013 (10:14pm)
Alan B.: What to expect when you first meet a Norwegian http://bit.ly/1ezM7Ap (10:15pm)
wisconsin: You can find lutefisk lots of places here, a century after the Norwegians invented refrigeration so that they wouldn't have to eat it anymore. (10:16pm)
Alan B.: Verdens beste talkshow -- (10:17pm)
wisconsin: there are places here that serve "lefsedillas" unironically (10:18pm)
Alan B.: Verdens beste talkshow http://bit.ly/1ezMvyX (10:18pm)
Alan B.: Swedish-American podcasting host Steve Dahl always talks abou this father and grandmother eating lutefisk every New Years and then vomiting. (10:19pm)
Alan B.: Above was a mean review, this seems to be the Web site for World's Best Show http://bit.ly/1ezMMSB (10:20pm)
wisconsin: vuvuzela (10:21pm)
Alan B.: Episode 1 still for the stream: Hitler in a cardigan. I like these guys! http://bit.ly/1ezMXgA (10:22pm)
Alan B.: Vidkun Quisling - "I know that the Norwegian people have sentenced me to death, and that the easiest course for me would be to take my own life. But I want to let history reach its own verdict. Believe me, in ten years' time I will have become another Saint Olav." http://bit.ly/1ezN4c9 (10:23pm)
Alan B.: We need to send the SF tech douchebags to re-education camps: "In Norway, Start-ups Say Ja to Socialism" http://bit.ly/1ezOSSl (10:37pm)
Alan B.: Typical Europeans. They know about three Americans: (10:37pm)
Alan B.: 1. Michael Jordan (10:37pm)
Alan B.: 2. Al Capone (10:37pm)
Alan B.: Mickey Mouse (10:37pm)
Alan B.: And the Icelandic are drunks. (10:38pm)
wisconsin: "Jesus Quizt" (10:44pm)
Dr. Penny: Just tuning in. Mmmmm. Norwegian! Lutefisk. Rosettes during the holidays. Goat cheese is delicious, too. (11:15pm)
Dr. Penny: I've got my (11:20pm)
Dr. Penny: rosette irons hot an handy during the holidays. (11:20pm)
Dr. Penny: Can anything get any better than NHLG? (12:52am)
GoofBall Radio: Yes. When you stop hitting yourself. (1:38am)
Dr. Penny: You silly. You green. (1:39am)
Norway: will not laugh. (1:40am)
And: the name "Radio"....and who is "on the air"? (1:41am)
Chat Box: "Leaf me Alone" quote by famous Swede. (1:42am)
Fyord Lockout: Like a Fuck. (1:43am)
Fyord Lockout: Morwigian Jibber Jabber Jobber (1:44am)


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