The Bopst Show: Take Our Time (Episode 212)

This week’s Bopst Show features Matthew E. White, the Richmanian Ramblers, Thelonious Monk, and more.

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Title: The Bopst Show: “Take Our Time (Episode 212)”
Rating: PG-13 (Adult Situations & Language)
Intent: to not Ryan about Romneyhood

Random Richmond Diversion: It was a crisis solution to a crisis situation
Random USA Diversion: They would be unlikely to be protected under the type of preexisting conditions ban that Romney has proposed
Random World Diversion: He was arrested Sunday after police issued a warrant based on a political activist’s complaint Trivedi’s cartoons were “insulting” to the country
Random Image: Matt White
Random Music Blog: The Music Ninja
Random Bopst Show: The Bopst Show: “Socialized Music (Episode 66)”
Mainstream Bopst Fluff: As anyone who has worked a job before knows, every job you have sucks in some way or another of else you wouldn’t call it a job

Lies:

Construction Date: Friday & Saturday September 8 & 9th, 2012
Equipment: Mac G5, Free Audio Editor & Recorder Software from Audacity, Frontier US-122 USB Audio/MIDI Interface, Shure SM57 MicrophonePosted: September 10th, 2012
Artists and Groups in order of appearance: Tunng, Fujiya & Miyagi, Prince Far I, Shep & The Limelites, The Moog Cookbook, Kevin Ayers, Richard House & The Five Fellows, The Richmanian Ramblers, BBC, Lake Street Dive, Thelonious Monk, Matthew E. White, Cheb Khaled

Liner Notes

The next time some academics tell you how important diversity is, ask how many Republicans there are in their sociology department. Thomas Sowell

Here are some shows I’m hustling at Balliceaux this week…

NEXT NEW SHOW: 09/17/12

New show times. The Bopst Show airs Sundays, 11PM and Tuesdays, 6PM (EST-USA) on KAOS Radio Austin.

Until Next Time:

Stay clean,
BOPST

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Chris Bopst believes that god is nothing more than the summation of us all. At least, that’s what the goose bumps tell him.

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