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Sep 25, 2014

The Show Notes

King Crimson
AudioBook Suggestions
Dungaree 911
Rob Schneider & State Farm’s SNL Character Commercials
Religious Moron of the Week
- Bryan Fischer
The Weekly Standard: Stars Fell on Alabama
     - music by Frank Perkins, lyrics by Mitchell Parish
The History Chunk
     - September 25th
Get Real Comedy
     - Sunday Night in Philly
Trivia Questions for SGU vs. the World
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George Hrab
almost ten years ago

Someone actually got a photo of the 21st Century Schizoid Harmonica Asshole mentioned in this episode. Go figure. See him in all his glory over on the Geologic Podcast FB page-

almost ten years ago

That mutant at the KC show has been at every prog-related concert I've gone to since the 80's. He was pestering everyone on line before the show, "playing" Schizoid Man on his harmonica, asking everyone if they'd give him a free ticket. Unfortunately, someone apparently hooked him up.

Martin Bradburn
almost ten years ago

Loved the KC review. Saw the show in Boston. Thx for the podcast, wonderful!

almost ten years ago

911 that's some funny shit right there. Good job George!