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Saturday, April 1, 2017

The Midnight Citizen 206 — “Stop Drop Mic” (4/1/17)

citizen206cover1:02:44 – Join Mike in the studio late at night, where he ponders the question: if a tree falls in a forest and no one takes a picture of it, does it make a sound? Also, a look at the new “It” trailer.

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Show Notes: I got an idea for a movie; existential dilemmas of our times; if no one’s listening to my show, is it worth doing?; Disney World; “All That Jazz” (1979); bad finances; lighting a Midnight Citizen Tobacco Coffee candle; playing “Jeopardy” with Alexa; “Highlights for Children” magazine; follow-up on favorite movies poll from last week’s show; Music Break; the new trailer for Stephen King’s “It”; annoying “Can You Hear Me Now” guy switching teams; we need to stop the whole “mic drop” thing; a trip to the Video Street Video Store; Books-A-Million in 2003.

*Music Break: “Subway Cameo” by Pete Lund; “Could It Be So Hard” by The Degs.

**Video Street Video Store: “Apple in 1985” (1985).

Backing music for tonight’s episode is the Midnight Cassette System (CCO 1.0 Universal, attribution, non-commercial, share-alike).

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial Share-Alike US License. Attribution by Mike Boody. Released April 2017 on The Midnight Citizen and The Overnightscape Underground.

posted by Mike at 5:05 pm filed in Apr17,Mike  


  1. Here’s the list of clips I played. I know it’s hard to find which specific show they’re from – so I’m working on a new rando system that will fix that.

    Onsug_Radio_712-The_Midnight_Citizen_2 – 012/257
    Onsug_Radio_711-The_Midnight_Citizen_1 – 232/267
    Onsug_Radio_711-The_Midnight_Citizen_1 – 007/267
    Onsug_Radio_711-The_Midnight_Citizen_1 – 049/267
    Onsug_Radio_712-The_Midnight_Citizen_2 – 070/257
    Onsug_Radio_713-The_Midnight_Citizen_3 – 34/93
    Onsug_Radio_713-The_Midnight_Citizen_3 – 62/93
    Onsug_Radio_712-The_Midnight_Citizen_2 – 053/257
    Onsug_Radio_711-The_Midnight_Citizen_1 – 144/267
    Onsug_Radio_713-The_Midnight_Citizen_3 – 45/93
    Onsug_Radio_712-The_Midnight_Citizen_2 – 084/257
    Onsug_Radio_713-The_Midnight_Citizen_3 – 23/93
    Onsug_Radio_713-The_Midnight_Citizen_3 – 48/93
    Onsug_Radio_711-The_Midnight_Citizen_1 – 077/267
    Onsug_Radio_713-The_Midnight_Citizen_3 – 14/93
    Onsug_Radio_712-The_Midnight_Citizen_2 – 094/257
    Onsug_Radio_711-The_Midnight_Citizen_1 – 235/267
    Onsug_Radio_711-The_Midnight_Citizen_1 – 172/267
    Onsug_Radio_711-The_Midnight_Citizen_1 – 097/267
    Onsug_Radio_712-The_Midnight_Citizen_2 – 211/257
    Onsug_Radio_712-The_Midnight_Citizen_2 – 131/257
    Onsug_Radio_711-The_Midnight_Citizen_1 – 212/267
    Onsug_Radio_711-The_Midnight_Citizen_1 – 088/267
    Onsug_Radio_712-The_Midnight_Citizen_2 – 005/257

    If you go to

    Find the channel, then take the first number, subtract 1, and multiply by 20 to find the number of minutes into the track it is.

    Way too complex, I know. The new system should fix all this.

    Comment by Frank — April 8, 2017 @ 11:44 am

  2. Wow thanks for all of that trouble! You really do deserve some Japanese candy.

    Comment by Jimbo — April 8, 2017 @ 12:14 pm

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