Thu, 16 April 2009
The Show Notes
Mortimer again once more again with the calling in thing
Easter was nice
Please email Geo’s Uncle
The Daily Show from Non-Coloring Book
Phil Plait in NYC!
Geologic Radio Archive is available
Exclusive Facebook stuff
Tempo's Remastered Samba Ye
Email Geo's Uncle with your good wishes: Write to Roman.
Mentioned in the show: The Geologic Radio Hour archive; Dr. Phil Plait's lecture evening with the New York City Skeptics; Dr. Plait at the Hayden Planetarium; Geo's fan site on Facebook; Geo's personal page at Facebook; Minutiae art in Geo's living room; Tempo from the archives; Geo's Dad in the blue tux jacket..
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Ms. Information says the east coast happily welcomes the astronomical Dr. Plait!
Happy eleventy-first episode indeed! I sent your Uncle a note and am wishing him well. I grabbed a copy of Coelacanth and a few other tracks from I-tunes the other day. I intend to get more as well as order some actual physical albums. Thanks for all the chuckles, info, music, and free-thought!
Geo, just writing to say I enjoyed the show.(\"Great, bozo, now he thinks you hated all the other ones!\") As a confessed fan of Jon Stewart, the Non-Coloring Book excerpt gave me a real feel for what it must have been like to be in the Daily Show audience... but I think the highlight of this week\'s episode was the Tempo song you finished with. I\'m about the same age as you and lived for a time in the USSR (and later, Russia), and the rush of nostalgia I felt simply listening to that piece was overwhelming. Alas, I never studied Ukrainian, but there are enough similarities between the two languages that I could work out many of the lyrics. Reminded me a bit of some of Vladimir Vysotsky\'s more playful material, actually. Thanks again for the podcast. Oh, and of course I fired off an email to Uncle Roman. Perhaps the first he\'ll receive from the UK. Or, at least, from Newcastle. Oh, okay, fine... from my house. Geesh. ;-)
1.Show sounded fine to me. 2.Who was this genius who convinced you to join Facebook? Truly this must be a person of astounding brilliance...and hot. 3.Icepick, you had me at \\\"rabid Jon Stewart fan\\\". And no, it was not just you - I thought exactly the same thing. 4.I\\\'m sorry to hear about Uncle Roman. I\\\'ll send him a little note. (with photos?) 5.Great show. Nighty, night.
CP- I have checked 4 different sources of the show and it sounds ok to me. I wonder what\\\'s up? Is anyone else having the same problem? I listened to my original file, from the podcast site, from a seperate window and on iTunes. All sound ok. Or have I had some kind of stroke? Tell me what\\\'s up? Hmmmm... Geo
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