Friday, July 26, 2013

Blind Squirrel Eats Acorn

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Today's show:

"Blind Squirrel Eats Acorn"

1) Local News
2) Other News
3) Local Loco
4) Math Arachnimania
5) Lit Minit : Hugo, Victor. Les Miserables, Waterloo
6) Calendar
7) Book List


1) Local News

           El Segundo honors fallen Arizona Firefighters

           Farmer's Market gouges patrons

           Silicon Beach ?? I thought Google just bought Venice!            
2)  Other News

           Sleeping, apathetic, angry, ignorant people multiplying rapidly
, women raped and 
           harassed to suicide, children convinced it is all over for them, suffering, sadness, 
           stupidity, and silly greed driving it all...

           World Bank stops loans to coal development.

2a) Boycott List :  Monsanto, Cold Play, Foo Fighters, Linkin Park, Newsmax
                               Charlie Sheen, Stacy Keach

3)  Local Loco


4)       Calendar 

                 Thursdays in Westwood, always. 
                 Tuesday nights in Santa Monica.

                 Saturday mornings on the radio with Uncle Ruthie.

                 Always bad parking and good music at McCabes in Santa Monica.

                 And Mary Katherine's page, too, Alive And Picking for a more far-flung fling.

5)        Book List

                Complete Guide to Life Drawing, by Gottfried Bammes

                The Longman Anthology to Contemporary Drama

                Drawing Figures and Faces, by Barclay Sheaks

                Drawing on the right side of your brain, Betty

                W;t, A Play by Margaret Edson

                "How To Practice: The Way To A Meaningful Life," His Holiness,
                           The Dalai Lama

                "The Counterlife," Philip Roth

6)        Film List    (movies and shows we think are cool)

                     Power Yoga: Mind and Body with Adrienne Reed is broadcast on KVCR 
                just lately. Thank you, Ms. Reed for your wonderful show that I so totally
                ignore. Knowing it is  there is cool, though.

                 ITSOFOMO, by David W - excerpt

                 The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, by Morgan Spurlock

                 Room 237 

                 Cloud Atlas

                 Rock of Ages

                 The Story of Stuff

7)             Lit Minit : Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo

                     Hugo wandering wonderfully. 

                     We don't know really why he is giving us this detail of a battle
                     where Napoleon fell. But our faith is strong that he will get back
                     to the tale of Jean Valjean and Cosette, and of course the "evil"
                     pursuer Javert. 

                     For now we have the vivid tale of random slaughter.

Thank you so much for reading and listening. I hope you had fun. Now:


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"The Journey," by Douglas Whiting can be read with great love and respect and hope for your enjoyment. This time with complete endorsement, authorization, and  permission from the author.

We did not pay anyone for use of the opening music from Cake ("Wheels," off of "Pressure Chief") or the close music either:
 Spin Doctors "More Than She Knows," too. Mr. Scruff is still waiting for his check, too. The close music is his song "Kalimba." We will share when there is something to share. 

Yes Men

Story of Stuff Project

Notes and links from BTR show HWH w DD

"Blind Squirrel Eats Acorn" 7/26/13

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