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Sunday, July 22, 2012

BUG OUT – Massive Missive (7/22/12)

2:49:34 – The biggest Bug Out, ever!!  PQ becomes Grampy!!  Hawaiian Fun with rare Sol Hoopii!!  Stephen Jules Rubin is back and Rantzing Again!!  Mr F Le Mur Shreds News!! Greyfriars and The Magnet of 1908!! A Special Feature with The Amazing Bristol Radical History Group!!  The Magic Island!!  Non PC Pop Culture!!  A fabulous and mind-warping spectacular in sound!!

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We LOVE our theme music: ‘Not Enough Crayons For Everyone’ by Twink

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Released July 2012, on The Overnightscape Underground (, an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and often clever hosts presenting unique programs, historic archival material, and recombinant productions, thereof.

posted by pqribber at 11:34 am filed in audiobooks,features,Jul12,movie,music,PQ,reviews  


  1. Just finished listening to this mammoth edition. First up, congratulations Grandpa! Second up, fantastic stuff – the Bristol Radical History stuff was fascinating. Not least because, many, many years ago i was a student in Bristol and actually knew Easton, where the speaker lived, pretty well. In fact, an old friend from those days still lived there until recently. The whole ‘history from below’ stuff is a growing movement, as it is more generally accepted that history isn’t monolithic and is open to varying interpretations. Indeed, an acquiantance of mine – we used to work in the same building and still drink in the same pub – had a book about a ‘forgotten’ piece of local history involving Victorian pro-alcohol riots published last year. Anyway, I’ve rambled on enough! Suffice to say that this episode got me a bit excited!

    Comment by Doc Sleaze — July 24, 2012 @ 3:47 pm

  2. Congrats gramps!

    This was a fascinating episode. I was hooked with the collegiate harmony Hawaiian stuff from the get go – beautiful tune. The speaker from Bristol was very interesting. I couldn’t help but feel that his message pertains to certain aspects of the onsug project. Very thought provoking and inspiring, indeed. Thanks as always, PQ.

    Comment by scottlo — July 24, 2012 @ 11:31 pm

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