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Thursday, February 4, 2016

Hey Everybody, it’s Jimbo! – Drugs – 083 (2/4/16)

g_organ (54:30) Jimbo on his rainy porch, reflects on strengths and what he’s learned from questioning his fellow Onsug patrons; and he also remembers how, as a teen, his own strengths were questioned by his parents – as they accused him of being on drugs.

it’s raining .. not a Floridian .. Floridians are goofy .. imagining states by groups .. backwoods and redneck .. my dialect .. trying to convince you I am not a redneck .. I talk like a redneck .. talking properly .. my parents weren’t very educated .. I’m needed on a secret mission! .. I’m not brilliant .. strengths .. story about this really GOOD guy I knew who was very talented at fixing things and the important lesson he taught me .. correlating that story to the Onsug and podcasting .. I’ve been looking at podcasting the wrong way .. learning from Chad’s documentary story and watching movies from a certain point of view .. fiction books versus reference books .. story about how my very creative friend reacts to my pedantic moods .. everybody’s different .. weather is changing .. dead cat .. yella list .. learning a lot from the interviews I have done .. Eddie the skateboarder .. interviewing Frank again? .. productivity .. ♫ I’M A VEGETARIAN (For Frank) .. being so ___ (being extreme) .. Chad’s interview really spoke to me (no pun intended) .. “Are you on drugs?” .. hurt my feelings .. parents said: “You’re stupid” .. ignorance .. perhaps I’m just venting .. sometimes you just got to say what’s on your mind .. ♫ JERSEY BOY HEADING TO NYC (For Frank) .. ♫ HEY EVERYBODY, I’M A MALL RAT! (For Frank) .. ♫ I AM A MEMBER OF THE FLAT-EARTH SOCIETY (For Frank) .. outtakes

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posted by Jimbo at 2:46 pm filed in Feb16,Jimbo,music,rambling  


  1. To me your accent and voice have plent of character, warmth and charm, it sure wouldn’t be as good without it.

    Comment by Eddie — February 4, 2016 @ 3:28 pm

  2. I think you should sing in your own voice as well. Sometimes at least. Nothing is ever as rich as those traits that have developed over countless experiences and circumstances.

    Comment by Chad Bowers — February 5, 2016 @ 2:39 pm

  3. Okay. 🙂

    Comment by Jimbo — February 5, 2016 @ 3:02 pm

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