Wednesday, July 08, 2009
So we did.
Melissa mentioned something going on at the History Center talking about "Hobo marks" or some such thing. I've always been amused by the word "hobo," so I took it and ran with it. Why, for example, do we have homeless people here in Western New York when they could be living in Miami? As amused as I am by the word, "hobo," however, I can't seem to pronounce it. I accidentally said "homo" at one juncture. Yeah. So not what I meant.
Melissa also brought up "King Harvest" and their song, "Dancing in the Moonlight." Lots of callers called in with little known facts about the band. Was fun.
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And be sure to tune in tomorrow when I mispronounce "truck."
Tuesday I began discussing government misconduct, especially the use of the Buffalo City Seal by Mayor Byron Brown during a non-profit charity event … and the seemingly-coercive methods used to get city hall employees to carry Brown’s water.
Then – as happens often – the show turned on a dime and callers lamented the ruling in the Wilson sexual abuse case. Sorry, can’t … won’t … call it hazing.
Anyway, to listen (and I hope you do) click this here link, yo … and enjoy.