dimland radio 4-17-21 show notes

My Wife Is An Artist

Title: self portrait blood red

With the arrival of the Satan mask (Hail Satan!), we were blessed from down below with a good chunk of money.

My wife is an artist whose work you can see (and buy – hint hint) at Saatchi Art.

A couple months back, she was informed by the site that someone had purchased several prints each of a few of her pieces. This amounted to a nice payday. However, we hadn’t seen any money yet.

Well, shortly after the arrival of the Satan mask, Amy checked in with Saatchi to find out about her payment. Saatchi got back to her saying they would check in to it. A couple/few hours later and Amy’s PayPal pinged. And there was the money she was owed.

I credit the arrival of the Satan mask. It couldn’t be just a coincidence, could it?

Where There’s Smoke…

Juicy (or is that bloody?) burger patties from the local Mom and Pop grocery shop can give off an awful lot of smoke and, if you aren’t careful, cause a grease fire. Remember! Do not pour water on a grease fire! Put a lid on it!

Yeah. Something like that.

Such an experience with juicy (or is that bloody?) burger patties could possibly remind you of a time when your dad had to run a burning pan of grease out the back of the house, while the rest of your family ran out of the front.

And then there’s that one time you remember from your days working at Wendy’s and one of the employees attempted to set the fry station on fire. Your quick thinking saved the day!

All those memories from a juicy (or is that bloody?) burger patty.

Pausing Johnson & Johnson

Six people, all women, developed blood clots after receiving the Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine. The FDA and CDC recommended pausing the rollout of that vaccine to look into those cases.

It was six out of nearly seven million doses given out. It seems like a bit of an overreaction for such a statistically small number. But I guess those American government organizations believe, despite the likelihood of increased vaccine hesitancy among the public, pausing is the best action in light of those six cases.

Another number is being passed around the internets. It’s 5,800.

That’s the number of fully vaccinated Americans who still got the Covid. 5,800 out of 77,000,000. Again it’s barely a blip. Of the 5,800, 396 needed hospitalization and 74 have died.

Look, no vaccine is 100%. They never have been. But these vaccines are safe and effective. Don’t let fear of vaccines dominate your life. Don’t live in fear. Vaccines work. Just check out the next item.

Spot On!

The drawing may be crude, but the point is perfectly made.

Bigfoot Again

The world-famous Paterson/Gimlin film.
Where the hell is her butt crack?

A friend shared another stabilized and enlarged video of the Patterson/Gimlin film from 1967. That short film clip is the best, most compelling evidence for the still not confirmed to exist North American primate. That said, this 54 year old piece of evidence is pretty lousy. And there has been nothing as interesting to come to light from all that bigfoot hunting in over five decades.

So much time, so little evidence. Still.

Admittedly, the clip is pretty cool.

There’s another video on YouTube in which bigfooter M.K. Davis, who seems to spend much of his time examining the Patterson/Gimlin film, thinks he has found that bigfoot is carrying something in her left hand. I think what M.K. has discovered is the palm of her left hand.

A Dimland Radio Pedantic Moment: American Hot Wax

It’s available on YouTube. It’s the 1978 film American Hot Wax and it’s ok.

It’s the story of Alan Freed, an American radio DJ from the 1950s, who was a pioneering record spinner in the early days of rock ‘n’ roll, a term he is said to have coined.

The movie certainly has a passion for early rock ‘n’ roll, but it really doesn’t tell much of a story. Its first third gets so jumbled and cacophonous with overlapping dialogue it does get difficult to watch. And there isn’t much in the way of character development, except for Laraine Newman’s character, based on Carole King, who does get a little deeper treatment. The movie feels more like a series of vignettes that are loosely connected and leading up to the big concert climax. The concert features the real Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis, which is a treat.

The music is the best part of the film for sure. The opening scene is very good. It’s quiet as we watch Alan Freed head to the studio. He sits at his consul, turns on his mic, and says, “This is Alan Freed. And this is rock ‘n’ roll!” And he spins Little Richard’s Tutti Frutti. Pretty good.

There’s a stack of forbidden records under that note.

The Pedantic Moment?

It is that first scene when Freed walks into his studio, there on the consul is a stack of records. On that stack is a note stating, “WROL don’t play list.” Well, the defiant DJ sets the note aside and takes that first record off the stack and plays it. It’s Tutti Frutti and the station manger bursts in yelling at Freed for playing a song from the don’t play list.

Can you guess how this pedant reacted to the scene?

There’s a simple way to keep DJs from playing records you don’t want them to play.

Don’t have the records you don’t want the DJs to play in the studio!

Cool Thing

Yeesh! I’m showing off a lot of skin there. I’m practically naked!

I got my first dose of the Pfizer vaccine!

At the time of recording, which was about six hours after I got the shot, my only symptom was a little soreness at the spot of the shot. However, ten hours after the shot, I woke up feeling like I was getting the flu. It wasn’t horrible, but it wasn’t great either. A couple Tylenol and another few hours of sleep and I was fine.

Be patient. Wash your hands. Stay home. Stay safe. WEAR A MASK! Get vaccinated!

Dimland Radio opening theme song: Ram by The Yoleus

First ad break bumpers: That’s Really Super, Supergirl by XTC and Highwayman by The Highwaymen

Second ad break bumpers: Erica’s Word by Game Theory and Your Phone’s Off The Hook, But You’re Not by X

Closing song: Angler’s Treble Hook by $5 Fiddle


That’s it! See you next Saturday night for Dimland Radio 11 Central, midnight Eastern on www.ztalkradio.com you can also download my show from the z talk show archives page. You can email your questions and comments to drdim@dimland.com

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dimland radio 4-10-21 show notes

The Fault, Dear Listener, Is Not In Our Server…

At first, several weeks ago, the server was at fault, but the subsequent weeks in which the new Dimland Radio shows wouldn’t play…. was my fault.

Whoopsie.

I feel shame.

A Dimland Radio ARGH! Revisited

A while back, I forget when, I ARGHed about the common misspelling of the word whoa. That’s whoa as in “slow the horse” or “that’s awesome”. Lately, I’ve been seeing it spelled W-O-A-H. Which is wrong! And it seems from my limited observance to be a misspelling that afflicts younger people (under 35).

The first word on the page. Sigh.

I had talked about the misspelling in an issue of Marvel Comics’ Daredevil #296. It really bothered me, because I had learned how to spell “whoa” from comic books. And there it was “woah”.

I took a second look through that comic and I found that on the previous page the word whoa was spelled correctly!

Hey! That’s correct!

This means that the misspelling might just be a simple typo. Well, that’s how I choose to look at it. Ahhh. It’s just a typo. That’s better.

And just when I finished breathing that sigh of relief, I saw that Universal Parks & Resorts have launched a new ad campaign. And just take a look at that logo…

I just can’t win this battle.

ARRRRRRRRGGGGGGHHHHHHH!!!!!

It’s a losing battle, I know. But that is not how whoa is spelled.

It will be an accepted alternate spelling soon, if it isn’t already. It will be enshrined in Merriam-Webster and Oxford before long. That’s how language chances, I guess. I still don’t like it.

I’m not the only one who has noticed this problem.

Slur And Insult

This cartoon explains the difference between a profanity and a slur. I understand what the message the strip is trying to get across, but isn’t a slur the same as an insult?

Are asshole, shithead, fuckface, dipshit, etc. not slurs?

Merriam-Webster and Dictionary.com define slur, as a noun, to mean basically the same as insult. They don’t mention the definition that is given in the cartoon.

However, the Urban Dictionary does define slur as an insult aimed at someone based on their race, gender, sexual preference, etc.

In time, I’m sure those other dictionaries will expand the meaning of slur to match current usage.

I guess language does change and evolve over time, doesn’t it? And I can accept that.

But I will never accept woah! Never!

(By the way, WordPress’s spellcheck does not flag “woah” as being wrong. Sigh.)

A Dimland Radio Pedantic Moment: Made Up Words

In risk of causing a kind of mental whiplash in light of my previous topics on the show, I gave a lesson in pedantry by explaining how to respond when someone accuses you of using a made up word.

Listen with caution.

It’s Not True: Paul Is Dead

As conspiracy theories go this one is pretty mild and I’m not sure many people really ever believed it.

It goes like this:

Paul did have a moped accident in 1965, which chipped a tooth and left a scarred lip.

Paul McCartney was killed in a car accident in November, 1966 and was then replaced by the Beatles with a look-alike, sound-alike, sing-alike, musician-alike, songwrite-alike to fool the public and keep the money rolling in, all while dropping clues of his death. Sounds plausible.

This conspiracy theory is a good example of how people can look so intently at everything, having their hypothesis in mind (in this case, Paul being dead), looking for confirmation of their claim. They look so closely, they are able to make any oddity or anomaly fit. Paul’s holding that cigarette in his right hand! He’s left-handed! Paul’s the only Beatles facing away from the camera in that picture! John said the walrus was Paul! And he said he buried Paul! (In the song Strawberry Fields Forever, I mistakenly said it was in I Am The Walrus.)

There’s a whole slew of clues that Paul died in 1966. But they really don’t add up to being true.

Paul’s not dead.

Cool Things!

Sir Paul hoofin’ it with the gals.

And speaking of Paul McCartney, I thought I would talk about two songs from his 2007 album Memory Almost Full. Both songs are very catchy. The first is Ever Present Past, which I just recently stumbled upon. It has a good video in which Paul does some dancin’. There is also an interesting making of video about the making of the video for the song.

“G-G-G-G-Ghost?!”

The other song is Dance Tonight. I had been familiar with that song for a while and listened to it quite often last year. The video features Mackenzie Crook as the delivery man and Natalie Portman as a sort of ghost. It’s a fun video and a great song.

Every House Should Have One

I teased on Facebook that I had sent away for a cool thing. People were excited to learn what it was. It better not have disappointed.

After all, every house should have a Satan!

Hail Satan!

Be patient. Wash your hands. Stay home. Stay safe. WEAR A MASK! Get vaccinated!

Dimland Radio opening theme song: Ram by The Yoleus

First ad break bumpers: Lyin’ Ass Bitch by Fishbone and A Pagan Place by The Waterboys

Second ad break bumpers: North Country Girl by Pete Townshend and Down In The Seine by The Style Council

Closing song: Angler’s Treble Hook by $5 Fiddle


That’s it! See you next Saturday night for Dimland Radio 11 Central, midnight Eastern on www.ztalkradio.com you can also download my show from the z talk show archives page. You can email your questions and comments to drdim@dimland.com

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dimland radio 4-3-21 show notes

Tales From The Janitor’s Closet

I have worked for the same janitorial company for more than 30 years and for the last 13 years or so I have been their office manager. On the rare occasion when we get a new customer, my boss likes to have me go to the building with him to meet the customer and become familiar with the site. After all, once he’s signed the customer up he’s done and I become the face of the company.

“Shake my hand, share my germs.”

We just signed up a new customer and this past Monday I met the boss at our new customer’s facility. Of the group, I was the only one wearing a mask.

“What is wrong with you people?! How long do we have to be in a pandemic before you start taking it seriously?! People are still getting Covid and still dying from it! My brother-in-law had a bad enough case he was in the hospital! (He’s out now and recovering at home, thank you very much.) I’m looking around at your employees and I’m only seeing two wearing masks! And what’s with shaking hands?! Are you trying to get everyone sick?!”

That was what I said inside my head as I acted pleasantly professional and shook their hands. I kept a bit of a distance and kept my mask on. I sanitized my hands once we left. I sanitized them twice.

I Got To Torture…Er…Test My Son

My wife Amy and I have a 17 year old son named Hayden. This is his senior year and he has spent most of it in his room. A few weeks ago, he came to us to tell us he and a group of friends were going to do a Spring Break thing. He demanded we agree to it.

“Relax! This won’t hurt me a bit!”

We agreed. They weren’t going to Cancun or Daytona. Their plan was to head way up north in Minnesota to hang out at one of those Airbnb houses. And they are up there now.

Oh, boy! Amy and I are quite nervous about this, but he has been cooped up and is a pretty responsible kid, so we are muddling through. This is the first time he has spent more than a night or two away from us.

The group he’s with seem pretty responsible, too. One of them insisted they all get tested for Covid a few days before getting together. Hayden tells us everyone tested negative.

And the testing was the fun part!

For me, I mean. I got to ram that swab up his nose to get some ick on it to be tested. I hadn’t anticipated that I would be doing the procedure. I also hadn’t anticipated how much fun it would be. Hee! Hee! Hee!

I’M SCHEDULED!!

On last week’s show I lamented about my envy of my wife and a friend who had both gotten scheduled to receive the Covid vaccine while I hadn’t. All this past week I checked and checked and checked my email looking for my invite from my insurance company.

Nothing. Day after day. Nothing.

My Facebook was filling up with people getting their appointment or their first dose or their second! Me? Nothing.

Then came late Friday afternoon. My invite was in the email! I called my wife to let her know and to have her on the phone in case I needed assistance in filling out the online form.

I answered the questions and clicked the buttons and there it was – the page with the next available date (April 16) and a list of times to choose from. I clicked my choice and this came up…

Of course!

“Gah! Of course! This is what happens to me!”

Amy told me to calm down and try again.

A second attempt and success!

And I just noticed that the page does indicate I will be getting the Pfizer vaccine.

Woo hoo!

When you get your chance to, get vaccinated!

My New Watch, You Should SEE My New Watch

Back in February, I talked about how one of my favorite things given to me by my brother-in-law (a Swiss Army Design wristwatch by Wenger) had stopped running. I had dropped it on the floor and some debris inside the watch got stuck in the gears. A watch repair person was able to get it running again, but to fix it properly would cost more than the watch was worth.

I decided to get a new watch. It’s a Timex and it has the day of the week and date display. I don’t recall ever having a watch with both and I couldn’t figure out how to set the date. There was no manual included, so I went to the YouTube. I found a video, but I think the YouTuber didn’t know what he was doing.

So, I called the clock/watch store that helped me find a repair place for that other watch. They talked me right through it over the phone. Easy as cake. That YouTuber didn’t know what he was doing. He did stumble on turning the date, but it appears he didn’t realize what he had done.

As I attempted to figure out how to set it all up, I noticed a feature I didn’t know the watch had: The face lights up!

Forget that other watch! I have a new favorite!

Dave Letterman Does Impressions And Sparky Anderson Praises 1987 Minnesota Twins

Dave doing Sparky.

With the pandemic starting its second year of existence, my impatience in getting a vaccination appointment, my anxiety about Hayden doing a Spring Break, missing my friends, and probably several other problems I was feeling awfully down this past week. Going back to my high school years, I would sometimes get in a funk that might last a few days. It’s hard to explain, but I’m certain it isn’t uncommon for most people to get in the occasional funk.

I turned to my old pal Dave Letterman. On the YouTube there are several clips of Dave’s Late Night show. Lots of Viewer Mail segments (here’s the very first one) and there’s even a superclip of Dave doing impressions. Dave is not known for doing impressions, but maybe he should be.

Sparky doing Sparky.

The clips helped lighten my mood.

Especially the video that showed Dave doing impressions of Sparky Anderson, the legendary manager of baseball’s Cincinnati Reds (1970-1978) and Detroit Tigers (1979-1995). Dave’s impressions of Sparky were done in 1987, which is a magical year for Minnesota Twins fans.

It was the year the Twins beat the powerhouse Tigers in the ALCS and then beat the St. Louis Cardinals in the World Series. The Twins were the underdogs in both series, so the victories (both the first in franchise history, well as the Twins, the franchise did win a World Series in 1924 when they were the Washington Senators) were especially sweet.

And Sparky’s praise of the Twins, their manager Tom Kelly, and the Minnesota fans was a very cool thing!

Baseball Is Back

Sure, the Twins blew a three run lead in the bottom of the ninth and lost to the Milwaukee Brewers in extra innings on Opening Day. And big-time Twins third baseman Josh Donaldson, who came to the team last year with a four year $92 million contract, who only managed to play 28 games in last year’s 60 game pandemic-shortened season due to injuries, managed to injure himself running out a double in the first inning, has returned to the injured list.

But, baseball is back!

Ahhhhhh!

Be patient. Wash your hands. Stay home. Stay safe. WEAR A MASK! Get vaccinated!

Dimland Radio opening theme song: Ram by The Yoleus

First ad break bumpers: All Gone Away by The Style Council and She’s Calling You by Bad Brains

Second ad break bumpers: Telephone Operator by Pete Shelley and Empty Glass by Pete Townshend

Closing song: Angler’s Treble Hook by $5 Fiddle


That’s it! See you next Saturday night for Dimland Radio 11 Central, midnight Eastern on www.ztalkradio.com you can also download my show from the z talk show archives page. You can email your questions and comments to drdim@dimland.com

Please subscribe on Apple Podcasts! Just search for Dimland Radio in the podcast section. And if you could leave a good rating and a positive review it would be awesome.

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dimland radio 3-27-21 show notes

Two More

On last week’s show, I mentioned personally knowing five people who have tested positive for the Covid. I don’t know anyone who has died due to the pandemic, for which I am glad.

Well, I can add two more people to the list. My wife’s brother and his wife both have the dreaded disease. He ended up in the hospital.

Fortunately, he is now home. He has some recovery time ahead of him, but he’s alive.

Cool Thing #1: My Wife And My Friend And The Covid Vaccine

Minutes apart from each other, both my wife and my friend contacted me to let me know they had set up their first dose of the vaccine. They had both received an email from our insurance company (my friend has the same insurance company as my wife and I) inviting them to make the appointment. They both told me to check my email…

Nothing.

Sure, I may be older than both of them and work outside the home, but they get the invite and I don’t. My friend works at home. My wife is between jobs.

I see how I rate.

Actually, I am very pleased and excited. This means the circle is expanding and my turn will come soon. Jesus! It better.

Cool Thing #2: The Sound Of Mars

Photo: NASA/JPL-Caltech

In February (I’m a little behind), NASA released the first ever audio recording of the sound of another planet! A sound that is at the same time both familiar and exotic.

It’s the sound of wind.

WIND ON ANOTHER PLANET!! GOD DAMN! THAT’S COOL!

The Story Of The 1919 Chicago “Black Sox” Scandal

The baseball season is just days away and I’m pretty excited about it. I thought I would tell the story of the 1919 World Series, in which eight players of the heavily-favored Chicago White Sox were accused of throwing the Series and losing on purpose to the Cincinnati Reds, to celebrate the return of the greatest game ever.

The information I related came mostly from Ken Burn’s Baseball, but there were a couple other sources. One of which has adjusted the story that has always been told, breaking a couple myths of the scandal. Oh, the fellows definitely cheated, but the motivation was more nuanced.

I also realized something I hadn’t noticed on previous viewings of Ken Burns’ documentary. Two of the “talking head” contributors attempted to excuse or at least soften the cheating of those “dumb farm boys.” I called bullshit on that. They cheated. They may have been naive in thinking they wouldn’t get caught, or, if they did, they wouldn’t get more than a slap on the wrist, or that the gamblers would play square, but they knew what they were doing.

A Dimland Radio Pedantic Moment: Prisoners (2013)

A pretty good movie about two families whose youngest daughters go missing and one of the fathers (Hugh Jackman) goes a little too far in taking the law into his own hands. It’s a dark movie with good performances all around. It asks interesting questions about how far a parent would be willing to go to save their child.

It’s very much worth watching, but there is a scene near the climax of the film in which the main police detective (Jake Gyllenhaal) on the case needs to get somewhere in a hurry. He races along winding country roads, in the rain. He gets to a more urban area with more lanes and more traffic. He was driving his unmarked police car as he weaves in and out of traffic, nearly hitting several cars.

My pedantry briefly took me out of the movie because of something he didn’t do.

Be patient. Wash your hands. Stay home. Stay safe. WEAR A MASK!

Dimland Radio opening theme song: Ram by The Yoleus

First ad break bumpers: All Those Years Ago by George Harrison and Go! by Tones On Tail

Second ad break bumpers: Electric Lash by The Church and Waltz The Halls by Game Theory

Closing song: Angler’s Treble Hook by $5 Fiddle


That’s it! See you next Saturday night for Dimland Radio 11 Central, midnight Eastern on www.ztalkradio.com you can also download my show from the z talk show archives page. You can email your questions and comments to drdim@dimland.com

Please subscribe on Apple Podcasts! Just search for Dimland Radio in the podcast section. And if you could leave a good rating and a positive review it would be awesome.

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dimland radio 3-20-21 show notes

The Yoleus

A tale I didn’t get to on last week’s anniversary show was about the opening theme music of Dimland Radio. It’s called Ram and it’s by Minneapolis alt rock band The Yoleus. My friend Dave was the guitarist for the band and he gave me permission to use one of their tunes.

Originally, the opening song was Ahead by the UK punk/post punk/art punk band formed in the late 1970s Wire. I got to thinking about a year into doing the show that there might be licensing problems using that song. Luckily, I knew Dave and he hooked me up.

Unfortunately, the link to the song I have used for the last ten years is gone. Here is a short clip of The Yoleus playing live. It’s not the same tune, but it will give you a flavor of what the band was like.

And there’s the outro music of the show. Again, it features Dave on lead acoustic guitar. It also has my friend Richard on mandolin and me on a twelve-string acoustic guitar. The song is called Angler’s Treble Hook. It’s our version of the traditional blue grass song Fisher’s Hornpipe. Our version is slowed down to be more ballad-like (and easier for me to play).

Z Talk Radio’s Server

Last week, I mentioned part of the reason I don’t do live show anymore is because of occasional server problems. I figured prerecording the shows would eliminate those issues. Weeeeeell, ironically, when I attempted to play last week’s show in its usual time slot, the server wouldn’t let me.

So, last week’s show was download only.

The server problems appeared to be ironed out. I could do all those things I couldn’t do last week. BUT! The server still wouldn’t let me play last night’s show, so it too is a download only show.

What will next week bring?

The Car Wasn’t Quite Fixed

Problems with our car persisted and it ended up back at the dealership getting more repairs. The $90 it cost in the first round of repairs was just too good to be true, I guess.

It’s running now.

What will next week bring?

The Cat Is Sick

Poor kitty.

Our kitty overheard that the Covid relief money we received was a third more than expected. “Oh, really?” she said, “Well, you can just break off that third for me.”

A very expensive vet hospital visit later and we learned she has inflammatory bowel disease. We have meds to give her, but they are pills. Ever try getting a pill into a cat? All pet meds should be in liquid form.

I explained the difference between pet people and not pet people. I am a not pet people. My wife is a pet people. Sigh.

Don’t get me wrong. I love our kitty. I just know this isn’t going to end well. Or cheaply.

She may improve.

What will next week bring?

My Friend And Masks. Again.

Look, I don’t have the energy or time to write it all up here.

I’ll summarize it this way:

The argument in this meme is stupid.

Are gun carriers constantly shooting their their guns 24 hours a day? No? Well, people breathe constantly. Your point is a stupid one. Wear a mask, maskhole!”

Masks work. (It should be pointed out the mask wearer in the meme needs to cover his nose. Little known fact: The nose is connected to the lungs.)

Dr. Fauci, an immunologist, knows what he’s talking about.

The Eye Doctor vs the Immunologist debating masks and infectious disease. Hmm. Which one carries the bigger stick here?

Sen. Rand Paul, an eye doctor, is a grandstanding mask politicizer, who had Covid. Which is something the senator has in common with his favorite president (Fearless Loser) and my friend, who both also had Covid.

I agree with Pres. Biden and Dr. Fauci on how to handle the pandemic. And they haven’t had Covid.

Neither have I.

Interesting how the mask politicizers have had the Covid, isn’t it?

The Boss’s Wife And The Gish Gallop

Ugh. I spoke to my boss’s wife the other day and she rolled out her well-rehearsed Gish Gallop on me on the pandemic, the economic slowdown, lock downs, Dr. Fauci, Bill Gates, who is really gonna pay for the Covid relief, why can Walmart stay open while the restaurant next door has to close, the vaccine is a therapeutic not a vaccine, masks will be mandated forever, it’s all about control, the Covid death numbers can’t be trusted, hospitals get paid more for Covid cases, if you don’t think illegal immigration is a problem why do you lock your doors, The Who‘s song Baba O’Riley is the greatest rock song ever…

Ok. She didn’t make that last claim. I just threw it in there to see if you were paying attention. If she had, she would have been right, of course.

And the Gish Gallop being what it is, I couldn’t even begin to refute or explain every claim, so she thinks she’s won the day.

She did make one claim that I was later easily able to refute. She said that Bill Gates and Dr. Fauci went to school together, as though that’s some kind of evil thing. A less than two minute search of Wikipedia put that to rest. Assuming she meant college, Gates went to Harvard University (he dropped out after two years) and Dr. Fauci went to the College of the Holy Cross (for his BA) and Cornell University (for his MD). And Fauci is 15 years old than Gates.

But then Wikipedia could also be in on the conspiracy.

The Who And Humorous Tales Of My Ringtones

I use three Who songs for my ringtones: Baba O’Riley for general calls, My Wife for my wife, and 905 for my son.

The ringtones have led to some confusion and nearly had me looking like a crazy old man.

Be patient. Wash your hands. Stay home. Stay safe. WEAR A MASK!

Dimland Radio opening theme song: Ram by The Yoleus

First ad break bumpers: Teacher Teacher by Rockpile and Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic by The Police

Second ad break bumpers: Every Word Means No by Let’s Active and Nothing Turns Out Right by The Mighty Mofos

Closing song: Angler’s Treble Hook by $5 Fiddle


That’s it! See you next Saturday night for Dimland Radio 11 Central, midnight Eastern on www.ztalkradio.com you can also download my show from the z talk show archives page. You can email your questions and comments to drdim@dimland.com

Please subscribe on Apple Podcasts! Just search for Dimland Radio in the podcast section. And if you could leave a good rating and a positive review it would be awesome.

Subscribe to Dimland Radio on PodBean!

You can also go to my CafePress store and buy stuff with my artwork on it and have me do a portrait for you if you’d like.

Images used under Fair Use.