Saturday, July 18, 2015

Episode 128 -- "Snobs v. Slobs"
Join Mike in the studio late at night, and on an excursion to the Alabama countryside. Topics include: Sylacauga, AL and its various claims to fame such as the Hodges Meteorite and being the birthplace of Jim Nabors (Gomer Pyle, USMC); checking out an old census report of living Civil War veterans in 1909; field recording from riding around the golf course compound late at night where I went for a work retreat this week; Video Asides;; "I Dream of Jeannie" turns 50; Barbara Eden on the Today Show; "Harper Valley PTA"; field recording from the hotel room; can't sleep; the golf compound staff left some right wing Christian literature for me to read; TV reviews -- "True Detective" and "Life's Too Short" with Warwick Davis; Snobs vs. Slobs, and; much more!

Show time: 1:58:02

Music for this episode is from the New Midnight Cassette System by Frank Edward Nora (Creative Commons License 1.0 Universal).

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike United States License. Attribution by Mike Boody. Released July 2015, on The Overnightscape Underground and The Midnight Citizen.

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