May 6, 2015 10:00pm


Big changes are afoot at Radio Valencia (for those who consider the future of the station to be important, that is), but while questions of who's going to sign the lease and take on that responsibility and who will handle station finances, there's been a shocking lack of attention to basic radio station safety.

Lucky for you, on the FINAL BROADCAST of NOSE HAIR LINT GLAND, Karen Carpenter, Bob-Marc, and Sherilyn Connelly will teach you everything you need to know to keep safe and sound while you're going on about your important radio work. In addition to obvious hazards such as a slippery nitrous cannisters or an open file drawer, a modern radio station, may also contain hazards such as poor lighting, noise, poorly designed furniture and equipment, 180g vinyl of limited-release German techno, and robotic DJs which emit noxious gases and fumes. Even the nature of radio work itself has produced a whole host of stress-related symptoms and musculoskeletal strains, as well as a general feeling of tension, irritability, and worst of all, a lack of interest in station meetings.

NOSE HAIR LINT GLAND: Lift with your back, not with your knees.

Chatroom History
May 6, 2015 10:00pm - 1:30am

Flub: If I give up and go to bed now, will there be any listeners left? (11:57pm)
Flub: Damn, French music again. (11:59pm)
Flub: Makes me want to sexually harass a cat. (12:00am)
Flub: How much poop is in chicken's moustache? (12:09am)
Pooternales: The Puzzling Evidence Show abides....... (12:31am)

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