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I Got No Friends 'Cause They Read the Papers

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It's springtime, so let's talk about...COVID? That discussion is unavoidable, yes, but don't forget about jackrabbits, owls, coyotes, hazmat, malaria medicine, sensitivity, self-fulfilling prophesy, mascara, gourds, bunkers, Coven, Bob Marley, Aussie twats, an abundance of caution, social distancing, paid vacations, ramen noodles, toilet paper, Instagram, water, karaoke, skin, national parks, desert tortoises, ravens, garbage, grapes, Los Angeles, the death of ideological conservatism, Quaking Aspen, selling your soul, The Day The Earth Stood Still, bullets, President Clinton the second, wigs, and one love.


 

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Dropping Propaganda From My Helicopter in the Sky

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Spring brings the Western Tanager, Earth Day, The Flintstones, Vietnam, food from the future, whales, protest, unenlightenment, the tools of oppression, laws, tribes, DNA, COVID, the great Liberal machine, foxes, lizards, cocktails, misdirection, the CDC, guano, mankind, newspuppets, the solution to everything, Girl Scout cookies, the pendulum, chipmunks, pretty shoes, Questlove, Santana, the Monkees, and coyotes.


 

hoochmonkey9

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The Black Crowes were a fun, solid band but definitely not groundbreaking.

Now you know.
 
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Apparently they could have been a lot more successful, but the brothers pretty consistently sabotaged each other because they hated each other.

And their first record made them famous, which is not usually a sign of good things to come when it comes to the young fellers in the rock bands.
 

Black Swan

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Btw, mjp,
you have a very good radio voice!
For some reason, I listen to your podcast before I go to sleep and go to sleep with it. Then I have to play it again. Never fails. Good night!
 

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Maybe I should start one of those YouTube channels that people use to fall asleep. Bank some big checks for speaking to insomniacs in a monotone for an hour. I'll have to look into it.
 

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That reminds me of a co-worker I had years ago. We were talking about music and she said she really liked softer stuff like James Taylor. She went on to say she had seen him in concert three times. "I fell asleep each time," she said and I laughed thinking she as poking fun at herself, which would have been totally in character. But no, she was totally serious.
 

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I've never looked out at an audience from the stage and seen anyone sleeping, but I can't imagine it's a good thing to see. It could throw you off your game.

Unless you're Raffi, or someone else who sings to toddlers. Then, you know, it kind of comes with the territory. Your audience sleeping or crying or running up and down the aisles screaming and making everything sticky...
 
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