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2013-07-07 03:33:36 AM

DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: bionicjoe: DanTheMan1024: Well keep it, remember nothing in moderation is bad for you. Vodka before 4pm is bad and dark liquor before the sun goes down leads to problems.

/tequila before 9pm is bad too, unless its in a Bloody Maria.
//all rules are off if you have already been very physically active for most of the day, ie boxing hiking biking etc

Rules like this are silly. Some nights I didn't start drinking until 1am. 
Waking up for work still drunk was my wake-up call (no pun intended). 

Does dark liquor take daylight savings time into account?
Can you drink 24 hours a day above the arctic circle in the winter?

Yea dark liquor for sure takes daylight savings time into account. The very northern areas with no sun for months at a time propose extreme problems for me...in contrast though I guess I would be "soberish" during the month or so when there is "no night"

nah, you get all manic when there is no night and do sh*t like go hiking at three in the morning.  you might as well be drunk.

Point taken. I love it you mentioned ORU again soosh. I just left t town area, miss it and....

There are parts of Tulsa that are cool in an architectural way, but overall, I do not miss it.  If I had to move back to that area, I would go for southeast Texas through to Louisiana.

I hear ya. I'm a new Rocky Mountain transplant.

my wife moved to Alaska from Grand Junction.   I love the landscape of the high plateau, but my heart is in the swampy lands of the south.  my grandfather had a farm in southeast Oklahoma where I spent the best summers of my life.

I've bad some good times down that way as well growing up. For a kid growing up hunting shooting and camping is good for the soul. As Long as you educate them
At the great University Of Oklahoma all will be well. ;)

If Norman had been a town in the mountains, I would have never ...


I pledged at OSU my freshman year in 1987, but dropped out.  There was too much heavy-duty serious hazing going on, and I had just spent 18 years of my life getting my ass hazed by my dad.  I wanted to relax and smoke some dope in college.  I lasted about 3/4 of the first semester.
 
2013-07-07 03:34:26 AM

brownlady79: Update: I don't think zongo music is actually a thing. The name of this group is the Zongo All-stars. They apparently play "Cali Cubano" and I was mildly annoyed. Probably because of my own local band who plays a similar type of music but with actual lyrics and is very good - Mento Buru.

Yeah yeah, I know, CSB


look into Baile Funk.   Screw those zongo freaks.
 
2013-07-07 03:35:07 AM
Everyone Carlton / Dougie!
 
2013-07-07 03:35:42 AM

soosh: brownlady79: Update: I don't think zongo music is actually a thing. The name of this group is the Zongo All-stars. They apparently play "Cali Cubano" and I was mildly annoyed. Probably because of my own local band who plays a similar type of music but with actual lyrics and is very good - Mento Buru.

Yeah yeah, I know, CSB

look into Baile Funk.   Screw those zongo freaks.


LOL
 
2013-07-07 03:38:29 AM

soosh: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: bionicjoe: DanTheMan1024: Well keep it, remember nothing in moderation is bad for you. Vodka before 4pm is bad and dark liquor before the sun goes down leads to problems.

/tequila before 9pm is bad too, unless its in a Bloody Maria.
//all rules are off if you have already been very physically active for most of the day, ie boxing hiking biking etc

Rules like this are silly. Some nights I didn't start drinking until 1am. 
Waking up for work still drunk was my wake-up call (no pun intended). 

Does dark liquor take daylight savings time into account?
Can you drink 24 hours a day above the arctic circle in the winter?

Yea dark liquor for sure takes daylight savings time into account. The very northern areas with no sun for months at a time propose extreme problems for me...in contrast though I guess I would be "soberish" during the month or so when there is "no night"

nah, you get all manic when there is no night and do sh*t like go hiking at three in the morning.  you might as well be drunk.

Point taken. I love it you mentioned ORU again soosh. I just left t town area, miss it and....

There are parts of Tulsa that are cool in an architectural way, but overall, I do not miss it.  If I had to move back to that area, I would go for southeast Texas through to Louisiana.

I hear ya. I'm a new Rocky Mountain transplant.

my wife moved to Alaska from Grand Junction.   I love the landscape of the high plateau, but my heart is in the swampy lands of the south.  my grandfather had a farm in southeast Oklahoma where I spent the best summers of my life.

I've bad some good times down that way as well growing up. For a kid growing up hunting shooting and camping is good for the soul. As Long as you educate them
At the great University Of Oklahoma all will be well. ;)

If Norman had been a town in the mountains, I would have never ...

I pledged at OSU my freshman year in 1987, but dropped out.  There was too much heavy-duty serious hazing going on, and I had just spent 18 years of my life getting my ass hazed by my dad.  I wanted to relax and smoke some dope in college.  I lasted about 3/4 of the first semester.


Still Kai, enough to bea brother. I
Never lived in house, no thanks. When I went to OU osu was dry too, so
It was a joke. Wow such a small world. I Havnt heard Kai in years and I'm
Only 28
 
2013-07-07 03:39:08 AM
I never realized you were in Juneau before today, soosh.
 
2013-07-07 03:39:22 AM

DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: bionicjoe: DanTheMan1024: Well keep it, remember nothing in moderation is bad for you. Vodka before 4pm is bad and dark liquor before the sun goes down leads to problems.

/tequila before 9pm is bad too, unless its in a Bloody Maria.
//all rules are off if you have already been very physically active for most of the day, ie boxing hiking biking etc

Rules like this are silly. Some nights I didn't start drinking until 1am. 
Waking up for work still drunk was my wake-up call (no pun intended). 

Does dark liquor take daylight savings time into account?
Can you drink 24 hours a day above the arctic circle in the winter?

Yea dark liquor for sure takes daylight savings time into account. The very northern areas with no sun for months at a time propose extreme problems for me...in contrast though I guess I would be "soberish" during the month or so when there is "no night"

nah, you get all manic when there is no night and do sh*t like go hiking at three in the morning.  you might as well be drunk.

Point taken. I love it you mentioned ORU again soosh. I just left t town area, miss it and....

There are parts of Tulsa that are cool in an architectural way, but overall, I do not miss it.  If I had to move back to that area, I would go for southeast Texas through to Louisiana.

I hear ya. I'm a new Rocky Mountain transplant.

my wife moved to Alaska from Grand Junction.   I love the landscape of the high plateau, but my heart is in the swampy lands of the south.  my grandfather had a farm in southeast Oklahoma where I spent the best summers of my life.

I've bad some good times down that way as well growing up. For a kid growing up hunting shooting and camping is good for the soul. As Long as you educate them
At the great University Of Oklahoma all will be well. ;)

If Norman had been a town in the mountains, I would have never ...

I pledged at OSU my freshman year in 1987, but dropped out.  There was too much heavy-duty serious hazing going on, and I had just spent 18 years of my life getting my ass hazed by my dad.  I wanted to relax and smoke some dope in college.  I lasted about 3/4 of the first semester.

Still Kai, enough to bea brother. I
Never lived in house, no thanks. When I went to OU osu was dry too, so
It was a joke. Wow such a small world. I Havnt heard Kai in years and I'm
Only 28


Secret handshake time.
 
2013-07-07 03:41:38 AM

brownlady79: Everyone Carlton / Dougie!


I was rebooting, but I totally was!
 
2013-07-07 03:43:29 AM

bionicjoe: brownlady79: Everyone Carlton / Dougie!

I was rebooting, but I totally was!


I want to see that on TC next time.
 
2013-07-07 03:43:57 AM

DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: soosh: DanTheMan1024: bionicjoe: DanTheMan1024: Well keep it, remember nothing in moderation is bad for you. Vodka before 4pm is bad and dark liquor before the sun goes down leads to problems.

/tequila before 9pm is bad too, unless its in a Bloody Maria.
//all rules are off if you have already been very physically active for most of the day, ie boxing hiking biking etc

Rules like this are silly. Some nights I didn't start drinking until 1am. 
Waking up for work still drunk was my wake-up call (no pun intended). 

Does dark liquor take daylight savings time into account?
Can you drink 24 hours a day above the arctic circle in the winter?

Yea dark liquor for sure takes daylight savings time into account. The very northern areas with no sun for months at a time propose extreme problems for me...in contrast though I guess I would be "soberish" during the month or so when there is "no night"

nah, you get all manic when there is no night and do sh*t like go hiking at three in the morning.  you might as well be drunk.

Point taken. I love it you mentioned ORU again soosh. I just left t town area, miss it and....

There are parts of Tulsa that are cool in an architectural way, but overall, I do not miss it.  If I had to move back to that area, I would go for southeast Texas through to Louisiana.

I hear ya. I'm a new Rocky Mountain transplant.

my wife moved to Alaska from Grand Junction.   I love the landscape of the high plateau, but my heart is in the swampy lands of the south.  my grandfather had a farm in southeast Oklahoma where I spent the best summers of my life.

I've bad some good times down that way as well growing up. For a kid growing up hunting shooting and camping is good for the soul. As Long as you educate them
At the great University Of Oklahoma all will be well. ;)

If Norman had been a town in the mountain ...


yeah, they got busted down hard after I left.   It was brutal there.  and definitely not dry..

libranoelrose: I never realized you were in Juneau before today, soosh.


since 1997
 
2013-07-07 03:44:35 AM
Please soosh, I'm finally laying down for bed, I need some blues!
 
2013-07-07 03:45:51 AM

DanTheMan1024: Please soosh, I'm finally laying down for bed, I need some blues!


I've got about fifteen minutes left, then it goes to American Roots, a show out of New Orleans that has some great blues.
 
2013-07-07 03:48:02 AM

soosh: DanTheMan1024: Please soosh, I'm finally laying down for bed, I need some blues!

I've got about fifteen minutes left, then it goes to American Roots, a show out of New Orleans that has some great blues.


True, but my problem with radio shows like that is all the talking. I like a little info, but dammit I don't need a wikipedia update with each tune.
 
2013-07-07 03:49:32 AM
soosh - lovin the spectrum of tunes.
What do got up there? Alaskan Thunder Fark/ White Rhino?

/killer Who song
 
2013-07-07 03:52:19 AM
Thanks for the great show tonight, soosh. I'd like to finish it out, but it's late back east. Have a great one, everybody!
 
2013-07-07 03:53:10 AM

blottoman: soosh - lovin the spectrum of tunes.
What do got up there? Alaskan Thunder Fark/ White Rhino?

/killer Who song


it's generally not specified.   we're really isolated in Juneau -- 900 miles north of Seattle, 700 miles south of Anchorage/Mat Su.   So most of what we get is locally grown in houses or out on islands.   it ranges from okay to where the f*ck are my knees good.   Last batch I got was from Hawaii, and it was great, except it gave me the worst munchies.
 
2013-07-07 03:54:25 AM

bionicjoe: soosh: DanTheMan1024: Please soosh, I'm finally laying down for bed, I need some blues!

I've got about fifteen minutes left, then it goes to American Roots, a show out of New Orleans that has some great blues.

True, but my problem with radio shows like that is all the talking. I like a little info, but dammit I don't need a wikipedia update with each tune.


I hear you.  Look up a public radio show called Blues Before Sunrise.  They are much less a history lesson, and play some great songs, and have archives, I believe.
 
2013-07-07 03:56:31 AM

Satan's Chocolate Starfish: Thanks for the great show tonight, soosh. I'd like to finish it out, but it's late back east. Have a great one, everybody!


Nite

soosh: since 1997


And before?
 
2013-07-07 03:57:12 AM

soosh: bionicjoe: soosh: DanTheMan1024: Please soosh, I'm finally laying down for bed, I need some blues!

I've got about fifteen minutes left, then it goes to American Roots, a show out of New Orleans that has some great blues.

True, but my problem with radio shows like that is all the talking. I like a little info, but dammit I don't need a wikipedia update with each tune.

I hear you.  Look up a public radio show called Blues Before Sunrise.  They are much less a history lesson, and play some great songs, and have archives, I believe.


LOL Blues before sunrise is on my Tune-In screen right now.
 
2013-07-07 03:57:42 AM
Good show soosh. Thanks.
 
2013-07-07 03:57:55 AM
Thanks for tonight's show, soosh, and have fun camping next week!
 
2013-07-07 03:58:40 AM

libranoelrose: Satan's Chocolate Starfish: Thanks for the great show tonight, soosh. I'd like to finish it out, but it's late back east. Have a great one, everybody!

Nite

soosh: since 1997

And before?


Oklahoma.

IsNoGood: Oh, Iii, and who gives a frak

Her is a subject for you,

10 preseasons why I don't give a frack about live stream music from Alaska,


carry on, then.

bionicjoe: soosh: bionicjoe: soosh: DanTheMan1024: Please soosh, I'm finally laying down for bed, I need some blues!

I've got about fifteen minutes left, then it goes to American Roots, a show out of New Orleans that has some great blues.

True, but my problem with radio shows like that is all the talking. I like a little info, but dammit I don't need a wikipedia update with each tune.

I hear you.  Look up a public radio show called Blues Before Sunrise.  They are much less a history lesson, and play some great songs, and have archives, I believe.

LOL Blues before sunrise is on my Tune-In screen right now.


if you ever want to mail me a hard drive, I'll be happy to fill it up for you and send it back.
 
2013-07-07 03:59:38 AM

soosh: if you ever want to mail me a hard drive, I'll be happy to fill it up for you and send it back.


I will take you up on that.
 
2013-07-07 03:59:44 AM
Another awesome show. Thanks, Soosh. I'm sad I will have to do something else next week. Haha
 
2013-07-07 03:59:46 AM
tonight's playlist, minus the 20 second interludes here and there.

M.I.A. - Baile Funk Two
The Minutemen - Martin's Story
Professor Longhair - Mr. Bell's Shuffle
Meat Beat Manifesto - Set Your Receivers
Kid Koala - Elevator Hopper
David Allen Coe - Dope Smokin' Song
The Jam - In The City
Merle Haggard - Don't Get Married
Frank Zappa - Let's Make The Water Turn Black
Mekons - Country
Rahsaan Roland Kirk - Medley
William S. Burroughs - Joujouka
Beastie Boys - 5-Piece Chicken Dinner
Lyle Lovett - I've Been To Memphis
Merle Haggard - Let's Chase Each Other Around The Room
Luscious Jackson - Deep Shag
Raymond Scott - Auto-Lite - Sta-Ful
The Kinks - All Day & All Night
David Allen Coe - You Never Even Called Me By My Name
Little Feat - Gringo
Charlie Daniels Band - Uneasy Rider
The Box Tops - The Letter
Canned Heat - On The Road Again
Mekons - Lost Highway
M.I.A. - BirdFlu
Pizzicato Five - Darlin' of Discothequee (Bongo a go go mix)
Dread Zeppelin - Freebird
The Highwaymen - Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way?
Joe Walsh - Life's Been Good
Public Enemy - 911 Is A Joke
The Hollies - The Air That I Breathe
The Pogues - Honky Tonk Woman
Rolling Stones - Petrol Blues
Mexican Institute of Sound - Que Rico
Isaac Hayes - Walk On By
Mad Professor - Freaky Girls
Merle Haggard - I Made The Prison Band
Señor Coconut - On The Edge Of Fidelity
The SugarCubes - Take Some Petrol Darling
The Ramones - Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue
Julion Alvarez y Su Norteño Banda - Cumbia Del Rio
Ryoji Ikeda - Trans-Missions
Sing Along With Mitch - Five Foot Two Eyes Of Blue
Kid Koala - Nerdball
Ravi Shankar - Friar Park
The Microphones - Tests
Madness - Lola
Willie Nelson - Cry, Cry, Darlin'
The Dead Milkmen - Tacoland
Quincy Jones - Baby Elephant Walk
Tom Jones - It's Not Unusual
Lefty Frizell - Always Late
Trailer Bride - Left-hand Cigarette Blues
Joe Kuta & Ian Ackerman - The Visionary
Snegopady - Polka
Spike Jones - Christmas Island
American Military Marches - You're A Grand Old Flag
Dan The Automator & Kid Koala - Sexy Mother Fakir
The Who - I Can't Explain
Aceyalone - High Life
Merle Haggard - Misery & Gin
Butthole Surfers - Eye Of The Chicken
Peter Doherty - My Darling Clementine
Mekons - Psycho Cupid
 
2013-07-07 04:00:59 AM

bionicjoe: soosh: if you ever want to mail me a hard drive, I'll be happy to fill it up for you and send it back.

I will take you up on that.


I've got about 2.5 TB of music.  so send me something and I'll load it up.  send me a big enough drive and I'll give you everything I have.
 
2013-07-07 04:01:19 AM
Argh, no tunes next week.

Enjoy camping soosh.
See you on the flip side and thanks for everything.
 
2013-07-07 04:01:35 AM

brownlady79: Another awesome show. Thanks, Soosh. I'm sad I will have to do something else next week. Haha


buy a plane ticket and come camping!
 
2013-07-07 04:02:47 AM
Great show. Thanks.
 
2013-07-07 04:03:23 AM

soosh: brownlady79: Another awesome show. Thanks, Soosh. I'm sad I will have to do something else next week. Haha

buy a plane ticket and come camping!


Wouldn't that be nice!
 
2013-07-07 04:04:52 AM
Goodnight, soosh. Thanks for yet another awesome show.
 
2013-07-07 04:08:37 AM
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