2:17:58 – Eddie Murray!!  A message from Jan Erik in Norway!!  Chad Bowers!!  Jimbo!!  Frank Edward Nora!!  Doc Sleaze!!  Another gathering of fine monologists for your amusement!!

Next:  Yard Sales and Junk

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1:37:25 - Central Plug!!  The Baby Secrets Percussion Patrol!!  Jimbo Sunday:  No creative juices today, Topictron (TT): Enjoy flying?, TT: Favorite 3 Alfred Hitchcock films?, TT: Movies with great twist endings?, TT: Favorite Jimmy Stewart film?, TT: Favorite TV comedy of all time?, Gleason and Armstrong (023) Robby Loses the Fight But Gains a Chance for 500 Dollars!!  Retorts and threats of changes!!  Right Off the Bat – Vintage Baseball Ballads!!  F LeMur Interlude!!  What is your favorite film starring Jimmy Stewart?  At what age did you have your first real girlfriend?  Do you like bagels and if so, what’s your favorite topping?  What’s your favorite way to eat potatoes?  What’s your favorite condiment?  Jean Shepherd from October of 1966!!  Supertrain – the second episode with Dick Van Dyke!!  The Six Gun Gorilla!!  More Rare Rollicking Baby Secrets!!

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1:55:58 – Enjoy this compilation of old-time music, radio, and whatever else I feel like sharing!

Trailer For The Jazz Singer (1927)
Wochenend’ Und Sonnenschein (Happy Days Are Here Again) (Comedian Harmonists, 1929)
Hello Tomorrow (Dimension X, 9/15/50)
Drop That Sack (Louis Armstrong, 1926)
Embraceable You (Judy Garland, 1943)
Tape Recorder (Our Miss Brooks, 4/23/50)
I’m Old But I’m Awfully Tough (Cal Stewart, 1899)
Facing Old Age (The Great Gildersleeve, 1/27/46)
London Before War (Edward R. Murrow, 8/28/39)
New School (Baby Snooks, 10/9/41)
When The Moon Shines On Charlie Chaplin (Murrey Johnson, 1916)

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1:51:55 – Opening and Theme!!  Shocking Baby Secrets!!  A sliver of Mr F LeMur!!  Jimbo Today:  Working while I yak, Texas Rangers update, Sorting cables and synth manuals, I haven’t read the manuals, Didn’t think ahead, The Grabber, Korg products, Selling everything I had (four times), TOPICTRON: Who killed JFK, TOPICTRON: Funniest person when I was 10, TOPICTRON: Favorite singer/group when I was 10, TOPICTRON: Loch Ness monster, TOPICTRON: real truth behind kangaroos, TOPICTRON: Describe your keychain, TOPICTRON: Favorite bumper sticker, TOPICTRON: Did Hitler escape to S. America?, TOPICTRON: Favorite film before age 10, That’s life…, Topictron us!, My comic book history, Beef Stroganoff, Gleason and Armstrong (022) Robby Steamed!!  Ribber’s BackTalking!!  Web of Webb by the Orchestrette!!  Calling All Cars from 1934!!  Did Hitler escape to South America?  At age 10, what was your favorite film?   At age 20, what was your favorite film?  What movie has the best twist ending you have seen?  Do you have a favorite film director?  What are your 3 favorite Alfred Hitchcock films?  Harvey’s line of non PC comics!!

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1:10:43 – A compilation of some of my favorite clips from my favorite old-time radio program, Lum and Abner. Second of four audio releases. I’m hoping these clips will give you a good idea who the varied characters are. Keep in mind that most of these characters were played by either Chester Lauck (Lum Edwards, Grandpappy Spears, Cedric Weehunt) or Norris Goff (Abner Peabody, Dick Huddleston, Squire Skimp, Mousey Gray, Ulysses S. Quincy, Doc Miller). These clips are taken from various storylines from the run of the series, but hopefully I’ve included enough that they can be easily followed outside of context of the episodes. The “two old fellows” manage the Jotem Down Store for most of the series, with the occasional side venture into some other business, including a movie theater, a circus, a bank, and a radio station, among many others. This collection just barely scratches the surface of this top-notch old-time radio program, which aired from 1933 to 1954. Oh, what a beauty day!

Keep an ear out for Ben Withers (Clarence Hartzell, who played Uncle Fletcher in Vic and Sade).

To listen to Great Moments From Lum and Abner, Part 1, click here.

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Rediscovery of the library vs. co-oworking space  |  ’In the money spending mood’ series: new Wacom drawing tablet vs. new iMac  |  getting lazy with clothing purchases  |  Shame of gaming (procrastination)  |  Bioshock Infinite |  Why travel if you have VR?  |  Indonesian memories vs. Bioshock  |  Waiting for ‘Facebook Rift’ (?) |  Learning German trough comic books and memrise app |  Easter denial 2014  |  End of Cinematography?

“In the 1950s, cinema was as important as bread—but it isn’t the case any more. We thought cinema would assert itself as an instrument of knowledge, a microscope, a telescope…At the Cinémathèque, I discovered a world which nobody had spoken to me about. They’d told us about Goethe, but not Dreyer…We watched silent films in the era of talkies. We dreamed about film. We were like Christians in the catacombs.” – Jean-Luc Godard
Persepolis |  Swedish comic books in the late communism  |

58:03 – Recorded 4/6/14 through 4/8/14.

Relieved to get out of the house
Returning to work
Problems with the current SNL season
Bill Cosby at Illinois State University last fall (great show!!)
Will talk about Chicago TARDIS 2013 (in an upcoming episode because I didn’t get around to it in this one)
Quitting caffeine by accident
Red Cross solicitation for my blood
Chewbacca the hamster
Keystone Victrola
Bad news about Chewbacca
Follow-up doctor appointment
A weird word

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1:19:43 – Flattered Ribber!!  Baby Secrets Strike Again!!  Jimbo Patches In:  Weather update, Not much music recording today, April Morn song, Working with PQ’s Baby Secrets, TOPICTRON: Earliest memory, TOPICTRON: “Facts of life” question-thingie, TOPICTRON: Alternate me, TOPICTRON: Most beautiful actress, TOPICTRON: Best films of the early 1900s, Digression into Ben Hur, Cleopatra, It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad World, Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein, TOPICTRON: Hot Dr.Pepper, TOPICTRON: Life before Satellite – internet – etc, TOPICTRON: Most embarassing moment!, Taking advantage of “embarassing” moments, TOPICTRON: Funniest trick ever played on me!!!!, Gleason and Armstrong (021) Unknown Title!! PQ retrons the topics, some!!  Bob and Ray!!  Baby Secrets Return!!  Do you use a keychain? What is it?  Who killed JFK?  When you were 10 years old, who was the funniest person on TV?  When you were 10 years old, who was your favorite musician or group?  Does the Loch Ness monster exist?  The Scarecrow of Oz!!  Colbert redux!!  Return to Forever and assorted viewery!!

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1:51:34 – Colbert to replace Letterman!!  The Bugaloos!!  Suspense!!  AudioCollage Baby Secrets Interlude!!  Round the Red Lamp: Being Facts and Fancies of Medical Life by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.   16 – The Los Amigos Fiasco!!  Discs!!  TV past listings!!  Huge LeMur PR News Update!!  Jimbo Synthesised: MonoMonoMonologueTheme!, Weather update, I like TOPICTRON, Mad Traffic song, Possible live music recording, Bacon-stuffed burgers, TOPICTRON: Worst thing I’ve eaten, Rap Crap song, TOPICTRON: Best deal ever made, TOPICTRON: Afterlife, Tan Eyes song, TOPICTRON: Favorite artist, Radiohead uhhh, TOPICTRON: Bing Crosby, TOPICTRON: Smart phone, TOPICTRON: Muppets – yes or no, TOPICTRON: Fruit soda pop, TOPICTRON: Favorite vegetable, Latin song, Texas Rangers update, Little Moving in Stereo cover (The Cars), Yakking about the nice day, Gleason and Armstrong (020) Robby is Hungry and Has to Run 5 Miles!!  Talkbackery!!  Alex Ross and Archie!!  The Bing PQ Likes!!  A Cow!!  Hourly Wages!!  New Theme Music from Jimbo!!  Synthesisists – Tomita – Wendy Carlos!!  Baby Secrets Bouncy Stuff!!  Topictron:  Do you like TV commercials?  What is your most embarassing moment?  What was the funniest trick ever played on you?  What’s the funniest trick you have ever played on anyone?  What is the real truth behind kangaroos?

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2:34:08 – Part 2 recorded 9/27/13.

Shambles and the Constants explore Disneyworld! This time we’re at Epcot. Follow us from the front gate all the way through much of the park, and let’s have fun!

Part 3 coming soon to an Onsug near you.

Not to be confused with Frank Edward Nora’s Sounds trilogy.

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