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I have a joke about Gennady Zyuganov, Head of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, but odds are you will never hear it. Even though Gennady Zyuganov is a funny name. To western ears. And this has nothing to do with the podcast. Sort of.
Two pieces, one about Barack Obama telling jokes, one about George W. Bush having a one track mind.
I don’t ordinarily do topical material. The danger being that people will forget things like that the Nobel prize was given out to a man running a war or that the president of the USA hired a male escort to sit in the press gallery and ask questions in briefings, or that a previous candidate for president blamed a hurricane on “the homosexuals, feminists, and the ACLU,” acting in concert to make it rain. Those kind of things get lost in the mist of time. Are washed away with the years. Get drowned in a bathtub of memories.
Also a suggestion that you buy the album Adaptations to a Modern Age by Scott Steven Erickson. Even though I sing in the background.
It’s for heads.
“We did a little tribute to Stan Freberg, who passed away the other day, then some crazy mixed up stuff.”
Source: Radio Lost and Found for 04/09/15 | :::KILL UGLY RADIO:::
This classic from an old issue of Vision? Nary!
Art by Scheck
Emoticon by Richard F. Yates
via his site image links to
I lost my emotions in a previous decade.
Coincided with a war, I think.
I simply put them somewhere and they disappeared. I can only assume someone took them. And somebody is out there right now, you see, playing with my emotions.
People think Trauma Bunny is funny. Yes, even that time he was drowning in honey. People laughed and laughed and helped not at all. It was lucky for the bunny he got out of that sticky situation at all. Nightmares in the day has he. Yes, he is always dreading the return of the bumble bee.
Art via Richard F. Yates
I just uploaded the new http://davidraffin.com/ main site.
Cleaner. Suspiciously based on the previous design. But better.
Also includes a page where I endorse the art of my friends.
“Give & Take” by David Raffin & Richard F. Yates | The Primitive Entertainment Workshop.
“It is my belief that recycling makes up for all the evil I do.”
—Raffin & Yates
[Words by David Raffin. Image by Richard F. Yates.]