$_3 (18:21) Dave in Kentucky” (aka “Chief”) is a relatively new fan of “Vic and Sade”. But like so many, he seems have fallen in love with the show. Jimbo asked him if he’d be interested in doing an episode of the VIC AND SADECAST and he jumped at the idea. His interesting perspectives and fresh sense of humor make for fun listening. So let’s welcome Dave to the party. And let’s hope there are many more hostings from “Chief” to come.

Traditionalists will be happy that Jimbo has finally recorded a version of the “Vic and Sade” theme song in the time signature it was written in, waltz time (3/4), rather than the 4/4 that Jimbo had fun with in previous versions. It makes it’s debut here in this podcast. Also, he simply used a synthesizer, but we defy you to prove that the primary instrument used in this theme isn’t an accordion.

Examine this episode more closely: 41-05-16 Uncle Fletcher’s Door Stop Plan

“Vic and Sade” was written by Paul Rhymer.

A big THANK YOU to Internet audio pioneer Frank Edward Nora and ONSUG for hosting the VIC AND SADECAST.

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14 Responses to “Vic and Sadecast 072 – Uncle Fletcher’s Doorstop Plan (11/10/17)”
  1. Dave in Kentucky says:

    Hey Jimbo, where’d you get the picture of the 4-inch piece of traintrack rail? That’s almost exactly the way I pictured it before it’s put into its velvet cover.

    Nice job on the accordian music! I guess I must be a traditionalist. Now all we need are some Crisco commercials!

  2. Jimbo says:

    I will throw in a Crisco advertisement every now and then for you guys. The fans even complained that Vic and Sade’s commercials were among the longest in all of radio. Some last 5-6 minutes.

  3. Jimbo says:

    By the way, you did a very nice job with this one. The graphic came up in Google images… Thanks on the accordion – sounds just like a dog-gone accordion, don’t it?

  4. Chad Bowers says:

    Nice one Dave, It is great to hear you here. Any folks here interested in starting a new chapter of the Sacred Stars of the Milky Way? I would like to march sometimes in my backyard simultaneously with a crowd of my peers.

  5. Jimbo says:

    I second the motion.

  6. Dave from Wisconsin says:

    well funny you should mention a new chapter, this summer I started a new chapter in my town. I even sent Jimbo the t-shirt! (yea, I know this was a little weird…)

    July 8, 2017
    Jackson, WI

    **** For Immediate Release****

    Sacred Stars of the Milky Way Forms New Chapter
    The Sacred Stars of the Milky Way has formed a new chapter in Jackson, WI. The new chapter, the Cavalier Capricorn Chapter, will be led by the newly installed Exalted Big Dipper, Jimbo. Sarah Cole will serve as the Little Dipper and Dave Duckert was named the Infant Prince of the Lodge. Lori Duckert was nominated as Grand Old Lady of the Lodge, but has yet to formally accept the role.

    The Lodge founder, R.J. Konk, commented on the new chapter “in hoc declorum in hoc bleech corancopia est bun ig non referendum pump spim spittle ad nauseum volum lazy hobo hic riffy sic episdermus yokel agricula omus yella soc sim sis sit sil sip brenny hoc alorum mis yop desum aqui ad librus yiks”

    For further information about the chapter and membership opportunities contact Dave Duckert, Infant Prince, Sacred Stars of the Milky Way, Cavalier Capricorn Chapter, at dduckert@wi.rr.com.

  7. Dave from Wisconsin says:

    picture of some members of the Jackson, WI Cavalier Capricorn Chapter: https://sites.google.com/site/vacsade/

    (my wife and kids humor me on this…)

  8. Dave in Kentucky says:

    Wow, Dave’s already been there, done that, and got the t-shirts!

  9. Jimbo says:

    Time to rip the buttons from my shirt, I’m the Exalted Big Dipper and forgot about it. :)

  10. Jimbo says:

    I believe RJ Konk also said: “Spinach yuk hamburger e pluribus candor cornacopia fini”

  11. Dave in Kentucky says:

    I have a feeling RJ Konk was “in hoc” up to the eyeballs.

  12. Jimbo says:

    A pawn breaker.

  13. Dave from Wisconsin says:

    According to Wikipedia, the heaviest rail used in North America was 155 lbs per yard. 440 lbs seems way too heavy for a 4 foot section of rail. Although, I’m sure it seems like 440 lbs when you try to move it ! You might need Miss Nagle to lift it!

  14. Jimbo says:

    All beef!

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