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Thursday, December 20, 2012

The Shambleshow #75: Looking for Lone Wolf (12/20/12)

30:50 – Connecticut school shootings, it’s a more dangerous world for children, can’t be in a good mood all the time, Christmas weirdness, my sadness is not chemical this time, running errands, Deep Space Nine as escapist sci-fi, looking for Lone Wolf in all the wrong places, finally got a little snow (or sleet?), the gas price gamble, feta cheese, Barnes and Noble email printout, Jack Hanlon died, might have been the last living silent movie actor, watching silent movies, no ticket in two-hour parking, woman with voice recorder, short episodes. Recorded 12/17/12 and 12/18/12. Opening theme song: Simple Pleasures (Henry Homesweet, Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 England & Wales). Closing theme taken from Street Piano Medley (August Molinari, Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike, 1907).

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Released December 2012 on The Overnightscape Underground (, an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts.

posted by Shambles at 6:56 pm filed in Dec12,Shambles  


  1. I don’t think anyone’s first reaction was worrying about their gun rights. People need to get smart. You cannot disarm the honest people and leave it to the dishonest people to honor ‘gun control’. Stop it. Using the pathos of a child massacre doesnt change this. Blame the media, first.

    Comment by pqribber — December 22, 2012 @ 11:07 am

  2. And what about the literally 1000s of innocent children we have slaughtered as ‘collateral damage’ in Iraq and Afghanistan? Why don’t they count as humans?

    Comment by pqribber — December 22, 2012 @ 11:08 am

  3. I didn’t mean to overgeneralize, and I’m sorry if I gave that impression. But I did see comments online on news articles and on Facebook by people putting the gun rights thing above all else, including the lives of children. And I’m not sure where I gave the impression that children losing their lives as a result of war was in any way something trivial. It hit close to home, okay? I’m not saying people should turn in their guns. I am saying that I hope this would prompt more people to be more responsible with the guns they do have, and some psycho should never have been able to get his hands on one.

    Comment by shambles constant — December 23, 2012 @ 11:06 am

  4. nah, Shambles, as a parent of a young’n, i understand that this would be a harsh situation. I was extra fired-up, myself and this is a tough thing to solve or prevent. Not sure how we keep guns only in sane hands. Not even sure how we ascertain ‘sane’ at any given minute…

    Comment by pqribber — December 26, 2012 @ 9:52 pm

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