January 26, 2004

Turn off your radio, part deux

By the way, we'll be doing a little acoustic set cum interview tonight (26 Jan.) on KSCU Santa Clara, CA. ("The Coctail Hour" with Nicole Coxe, DJ Twilight; 103.3FM; 6-8PM.)

Also tomorrow on KSSU, Sacramento, 1550 AM, sometime between 11am and 1pm.

Posted by Dr. Frank at January 26, 2004 09:23 PM | TrackBack

You always have these when I'm at work. Couldn't ya do one on a friday night sometime??

Posted by: Amy at January 27, 2004 02:55 AM

Say, does anybody tape these things, make MP3s of 'em, etc., for us out-of-towners?

Posted by: Wes at January 27, 2004 06:36 AM

i can get you a copy of when they played on KALX last friday.

Posted by: anne at January 27, 2004 07:00 AM

That would be awfully punk rock of you. My email address should be on the link.

Posted by: Wes at January 27, 2004 07:44 AM

Can I get a copy of that one too. Please. Thanks a lot (if you're up to it).

Posted by: Paul at January 27, 2004 04:19 PM

I thought 2 radio stations couldn't have the same call letters. Isn't that the whole point of call letters? Yet,
I guess somehow it's ok if one's AM and one's FM.

Anyway, nice guestbook they have:
" Have you ever personally inspected, investigated and examined the Auschwitz-Gas-chambers?"
with a link to a site with quotes like:
"We have now pretty well reached the Soviet State saturation by Jews in public office."
"Revisionists abhor a moral vacuum and intellectual terrorism, and they break open any conceptual prison that is constructed by staff at universities and schools that offer 'Holocaust' studies, which is nothing but German hatred."

Not that they're responsible for the content of their guestbook, but I think I might at least put some disclaimer of the sort on that page, since, at first glance, it almost looks like an official KSSU press release.

Posted by: Dave Bug at January 27, 2004 05:08 PM

Charming. And that neo-Nazi spam is the only guestbook posting since Sept. 2003. Well, if you happen to be arriving at the Sacramento airport in late April, and your ride doesn't show, and there's a limo driver holding a sign that says "Fromm," and you're tempted to pretend to be Fromm just to get a free ride into town-- don't.

Posted by: Dr. Frank at January 27, 2004 05:37 PM

thanks for coming in today to kssu - it was a total thrill. i'm disappointed i missed the rest of the interview but i hope it went well. you should make ted talk more cause i know he has it in him. (: maybe if we mentioned the sims as a topic of conversation...

Posted by: natalye at January 27, 2004 10:19 PM
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