dimland radio 1-9-21 show notes

It’s A New Year, But With 2020’s Same Old Shit

I take two weeks off and the world continues to go to hell. I shouldn’t be surprised. After all, Fearless Loser is still president and determined to watch the world burn.

There’s a very common question skeptics get: What’s the harm?

What’s the harm if someone believes in bigfoot, ghosts, UFOs, angels, etc?

Oh, look. Trump’s very fine people have stormed the Capitol. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

The harm is that believing in seemingly harmless things sets the bar for evidence very low. With a low bar, people can begin to believe any wild claim. They haven’t developed the critical thinking skills to protect themselves from scams, fantasy, and conspiracy theories.

What we saw on Wednesday was conspiracy theorists whose threshold for evidence is so low they believed the insane bullshit peddled by dangerous internet trolls (such as QAnon), right wing media, the president, and his fellow coup attempters. Fearless Loser has based his whole political career on mongering conspiracies. I don’t know whether he believes them or not, but that doesn’t matter. His staunchest supporters do. And on Wednesday, he, Fearless Loser Jr., and Rudy Guliani got a crowd of “peaceful” protestors ginned up to “peacefully” march to the Capitol, where a joint session of Congress was certifying the Electoral College vote for Joe Biden, and then “peacefully” push past the barricades and police to “peacefully” storm the seat of American government.

Was that Fearless Loser’s intent? I think it was. What else did he think would happen?

He started his political career pushing the conspiracy theory of Birtherism (Obama was born in Kenya) and established his base. A base of people who can’t tell good evidence from bad, reality from twisted fantasy. He then went on to lie to his base through his campaign and his entire presidency. In the last several months he set up that base to believe that if he lost reelection it would be because it was rigged. Then when he did lose, he spent two months lying about widespread voter fraud, vote-flipping, dead people voting, massive dumps in the middle of the night (or was that him referring to what he was doing while tweeting?), etc. He invited his base to come to DC on January 6th for a “wild” time. They came, he lied to them, and they went wild.

Impeach this man, the worst president in American history, again!

The Lincoln Project’s Rick Wilson puts this in perspective here.

Seth Meyers gets it, see here.

In the direct attack on American democracy, five people lost their lives. One of them was a police officer. So much for blue lives mattering. One was a rioter who was former military. She was shot trying to climb in through a door that had been busted open. The other three deaths were rioters who suffered heart attack, stroke, or some other medical emergency. (Four people were killed in Benghazi and Republicans were enraged. In Benghazi, the four died from an attack by outsiders on our American embassy in Libya. These five died in an insurrection attempt by Americans attacking their own country. How enraged do Republicans seem about that?) If BLM protestors had attacked the Capitol there would be far more than five people killed.

Believing the conspiracy monger-in-chief’s lies is the harm.

Trump to the domestic terrorists: “We Love you. You are very special.” IMPEACH THIS ASSHOLE!

A Dimland Pedantic Moment: Does It Really Mean Exactly The Same Thing?

On the most recent episode of George Hrab’s Geologic Podcast, in his Facts That Will Fuck You Up segment he said the road warning “Bridge May Be Icy” means the exact same thing as “Bridge May Not Be Icy.” But, this pedant asked, “Hmmm. Does it?”

We Got Our White Christmas

It was beginning to look like we might have a brown Christmas in the Twin Cities this year. But, that all changed on Wednesday, December 23rd. Below are the before and after pictures. Before was from that Wednesday morning, the after is from just over 24 hours later.

Another Maskhole And Me Not Wanting To Get Beat Up

Not me, not the maskhole.

I encountered a giant man and his little granddaughter not wearing masks at the grocery store. I’d like to say I approached him to confront his lack of civic caring about the health of his fellow Minnesotans. I’d like to say I informed him of the science behind mask-wearing during a pandemic. I’d like to say I stood my ground.

I’d like to say these things, but…

A Cool Thing: 10cc’s Masterpiece

The story behind this 1975 pop music masterpiece is really cool. And the song is terrific!

The proof is here and here.

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: Under Pressure by Queen and America Is Waiting by Brian Eno/David Byrne

Second ad break bumpers: Burning From The Inside by Bauhaus and Another Tricky Day by The Who

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


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dimland radio 12-19-20 show notes

Taking A Break

With Holiday upon us, I decided I would take a break from the show. So, there will be no new show for the next two weeks. Dimland Radio will return January 9, 2021.

I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For Licorice Ice Cream

Well, I scream for licorice ice cream. Not everyone appreciates the wonderfulness of the licorice flavor, but it’s been a favorite of mine since I was a kid. And in those days my source for that delectable treat was Bridgeman’s Restaurant and Ice Cream Parlor.

Sadly, decades ago, the local Bridgeman’s closed down and my favorite ice cream became impossible to find. I looked from time to time over the years and found similar items, but they were either fleetingly available or had some distance to travel and planning involved.

This past week, while at the Mom & Pop grocery store near my work, look at what I found!

Honey, He Followed Me Home! Can I Keep Him?

He wandered into the comic book store at which I work. He looked so sad and lonely as he stood there. I kept looking at him and my heart was breaking. I knew he needed a good home and I knew just the place.

I worked out a deal with the boss. We came to a price that we could both agree on and into the car my new friend went. (The price turned out to be nothing, because the owner decided to make this little fella my year-end bonus.)

It was then that I figured I should ask my wife if I could bring home an addition to our family. “I’ll take care of him. Feed him, walk him, clean up after him. Please, please, please!”

She said no.

Then I explained to her the concept of a fait accompli.

And now he has his own spot in my art studio at home. Right next to my special globe and the remains of a previous little fella that I brought home. I’m sure my new friend will fair better than that other one did.

A Republican Who Accepts Reality

He was early in his acceptance of Fearless Loser’s election defeat. He kept asking to see evidence of widespread voter fraud and the Trump campaign never offered any. All they did was cry fraud to the public, but then they sang a different tune in the courts. And the courts shot down every challenge, but one.

He’ll be dismissed as a RINO.

This Republican has also begun to plead with anti-maskers to mask up in order to save lives during this pandemic. He had the Covid and he knows how important it is to stay safe. He had been following the guidelines for months but he let his guard down for four days and he ended up in the ICU.

He is the former governor of New Jersey Chris Christie. He deserves some kudos for being on the right side of history with regard to the pandemic and the overwhelming repudiation of Pres. Trump by the American voters.

The Beginning Of The End Of The Pandemic In America

We still need to mask up, keep our distance, wash our hands, and stay home as much as possible, but Pfizer’s vaccine for COVID-19 has begun to be administered. Front line health workers are first and Vice Pres. Pence has jumped the line (he would have been second to last if I was scheduling the vaccine rollout) to get his. It will take time for the rest of us, but the end is in sight.

Still, be smart and stay safe!

The Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon

There is a podcast called Omnibus! which is hosted be Ken Jennings (Jeopardy! grand champion) and John Roderick (The Long Winters) and drops twice a week. It’s a history podcast of sorts and recently they talked about the Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon or as it as is more scientifically known the frequency illusion.

The coining of the term Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon predates the term frequency illusion and it made its first public appearance in the pages of the St. Paul Pioneer Press in the mid-90s. The section it first appeared in is known as the Bulletin Board, a feature for regular folks to contribute stories, jokes, photos, memories, observations, and complaints. The Bulletin Board is that series of conversations one hears at gatherings of friends and family. I was a frequent contributor back in the day and I remember when Gigetto On Lincoln (a fellow BB contributor) introduced us to the phenomenon.

I Mean, Can We Stop Saying Penultimate?

I’ve been hearing a couple things over and over lately. One is the word “penultimate” and the other is the phrase “I mean.”

Penultimate means next to last or second to last. And over the past couple of years I’ve been hearing more and more podcast hosts using the word. A YouTuber used t just recently when reviewing Paul McCartney’s new album and I’ve been hearing it elsewhere, even the boss said it the other day. I think we should give it a rest.

And younger folks keep starting their answers to any question asking their opinion with the phrase, “I mean…” That really has to stop! I mean, it’s just getting out of hand.

A Couple Christmas Blogs

I ended the show be reading two holiday-themed blogs I wrote for Warehouse Find, the official blog of Nostalgia Zone:

The film best version of A Christmas Carol.

How we lose those precious treasures from our youth.

Time for some ice cream!

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: Let It Snow! by Bing Crosby and Christmastime Is Here by Vince Guaraldi Trio

Second ad break bumpers: Have A Holly Jolly Christmas by Burl Ives and Santa Baby by Eartha Kitt

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 12-12-20 show notes

He Just Keeps Losing

I think he’s beginning to like it.

The US Supreme Court deals Fearless Loser yet another loss. January 20th can’t get here soon enough. But don’t forget, the Proud Boys are standing by.

Star Wars Fans Are Gonna Hate Star Wars – Follow Up

In a quick follow up to my talk from last week’s show about how Star Wars fans are the worst fans in cinema for so hating the movies they love, I talked about the tweet (see above) that summed it up succinctly and brilliantly.

Half Speed Makes You Drunk

“Di-ju ehvur wunder how dish burd got innish kaych?”

At least it makes you sound drunk. This was a bit of fun.

There’s a couple videos on YouTube (here’s one) that feature actor/director Jonathan Frakes hosting the show Beyond Belief: Fact Or Fiction that have been slowed down. The effect is to make Frakes sound drunk as he asks a series of questions. It is quite funny.

Not wanting TV’s Commander Will Riker to feel singled out, I played a couple audio clips of a pair of world famous skeptics slowed down and sounding impaired.

Aericibo RIP

Ouchie!

While it is a sad event, the videos that capture the collapse of the 900 ton instrument platform, which destroyed the huge radio telescope earlier this month, were pretty cool. And I’m sure the footage the drone recorded will help engineers determine what went wrong.

Well, the space observation tool was 57 years old. The years can catch up to you, I can tell you. I’m 56. I haven’t spent my whole life outdoors facing the elements and I still feel like I might collapse at any moment. The old dish had a valuable life helping astronomers listen to what’s out there.

I wonder if there will be video of my eventual collapse.

Stop Spreading The Stupid

The meme has been fixed by me.

Suggesting the 2020 presidential election (including the mail-in vote) was not safe, secure, and honest in light of the fact there is no evidence that it wasn’t is just stupid. And funny how it’s just the presidential election. The Senate and House elections were just fine. Well, there is Georgia’s run-off. I’m sure there will be allegations of cheating should the Democrats win.

The United States Postal Service is trusted to deliver the following safely, securely, and honestly six days a week to millions and millions of households and businesses:

Mortgage, rent, insurance, utility, credit card bills and payments.

Paychecks.

Packages. (Some of which contain medications, which the recipients are trusted to take, by the way.)

But not to deliver mail-in ballots?

Oh, and did the ballots need to be shipped at 70º below zero? The vaccines for Covid need to be shipped at that temperature. So it wouldn’t be very practical to deliver the doses to each person, would it?

This is just fucking stupid!

The Beginning Of The End Of Of The Pandemic

The UK has started distributing the Pfizer mRNA Covid vaccine. The vaccine will start being given here in the States very soon, first to the front line health care workers and then it will be given to nursing home residents and workers. It will take until, at least, June or July of 2021 for the bulk of the American population to start getting vaccinated.

There is light at the end of the tunnel.

However, until then (and ever after for a while) wear a mask, social distance, stay home! We are still in the woods.

I Ruin My Own Fantasies

I have a fantasy of the paranormal kind. I imagine that I can travel to any time and place in the past. There’s a whole set of rules to my time travel fantasy meant to prevent corrupting the timeline. I can only observe, never interfere.

There would be ancient mysteries I could solve…

That’s when it hit me. There are plenty of currently active mysteries that need solving. There are missing children to find, serial killers and rapists to track down, tax returns to find…

It would be a good thing, though. Maybe I didn’t ruin my fantasy…

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: Eighties by Killing Joke and Never Talking To You Again by Husker Du

Second ad break bumpers: Always The Sun by The Stranglers and Good Ole Boys Like Me by Don Williams

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 12-5-20 show notes

Dimland Radio’s War On Christmas!

Pine trees are used to make Christmas trees. Silence of the Lambs is a Christmas movie!

Bill O’Reilly started it. There really isn’t a War on Christmas, but Bill sure tried to get one started. You know. For kids. I mean. For ratings.

But, in my little way, I thought I would do what I can to wage war on the pagan holiday stolen by Christians. This year I attack Christmas movies by making it so that virtually every movie is a Christmas movie.

Admittedly, it’s a stretch, but I gotta do what I can. You can blame the “Die Hard is a Christmas Movie” people.

Speaking Of Holiday

Police detective Popeye Doyle dressed as Santa Claus. The French Connection is a Christmas movie!

The boys of the G.O.O.C.H. Squad reconvened to record a holiday special version of the Assault of the 2-Headed Space Mules podcast. We joined host Douglas Arthur to discuss our favorite holiday specials and/or favorite holiday episodes of various television series. It was during our conversation that I hit upon this year’s tactic in Dimland Radio’s War on Christmas.

It’s an entertaining two hours. Check it out here.

Covid Of My Dreams

As the pandemic rages on, it is making its way into my subconscious. I have had about half a dozen dreams in which I find myself in a very crowded area and no one is wearing a mask, including me! In the dreams, I got very panicky. I begin to freak out looking for a way for me to escape.

Even my generally enjoyable flying dreams have been affected by my worry of the Covid.

Look! There’s snow and it’s really cold! Snow and cold are common during the holidays in much of the world. John Carpenter’s The Thing is a Christmas movie!

Is This Why I Fly This Way In My Dreams?

Well, this is a Christmas special.

While doing research for my holiday special conversation with the G.O.O.C.H Squad, I rewatched one of my choices the Rankin/Bass special Santa Claus Is Coming To Town. There was something I noticed during the Put One Foot in Front of the Other musical number. Kris Kringle does a run in the air flying/floating move.

Seeing that was a revelation! That’s how I fly in my dreams!

This special first aired in 1970. I was six years old. Could that scene have had such a lasting affect on me?

Sports Ballers Lose Some Of Their Ironic Detachment

Can’t we make the name permanent?

Washington DC’s professional football team has dropped its racial slur name Redskins, after decades of protests and pleading to change the name. The second wave and mainstreaming of the BLM Movement led to greater social and financial pressure on the team’s owner and he finally saw the light. The realization of losing money can move mountains.

The temporary name is now the Washington Football Team.

You know, I would like that to be the permanent name, if only to take away one of the ironic weapons used by the people who dismissively call sports “sportsball”.

Sportsballer (dripping with ironic disdain for sports): “Yay. Football team.”

Me: “Hey! That’s the name of that team. You’re coming around.”

Speaking Of Baller

Those posts are red. Santa wears red! The Detective is a Christmas movie.

I went on a tangent to talk about the 1968 cop movie The Detective starring Frank Sinatra. There are adult themes aplenty. Mainly homosexuality which was considered a mental illness then. The movie was probably shocking in the day, especially for Sinatra’s fans.

Sinatra’s character tells his estranged wife he came over to her place because he wants to have sex with her. He says he wants to “ball.”

You don’t hear the word ball being used that way very much anymore.

A Dimland Radio Pedantic Moment: How Is It A Contradiction In Terms?

Sean Connery has a white beard. So does Santa! The Hunt for Red October is a Christmas movie!

I just watched one of my favorite films again the other day. It’s The Hunt for Red October. I must have seen it at least a dozen times, but it never hit me that when Scott Glenn’s character says, “Central Intelligence Agency. There’s a contradiction in terms,” it doesn’t make any sense.

How is it a contradiction? Intelligence can’t be central? It can’t be something an agency deals with?

How is it a contradiction?

Dimland Radio Science Heroes: Barrack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton

They may not have always gotten the science right (don’t ask W about evolution and stem cell research), but these three former presidents have stepped up for science when it comes to the pandemic and vaccines. All three have stated they are willing to publicly get vaccinated against the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. They want Americans to trust medical science and get vaccinated.

10 points to each of them!

Star Wars Fans Again. Sigh.

Even the fellows of the Skeptic’s Guide to the Universe podcast. They like the new television series, The Mandolin Player or something (Psst! I’m doing that sportsballer dismissing thing. Get it?), but they don’t like the sequels.

Oh, well, it’s art. Art is subjective. What are ya gonna 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: Living Through Another Cuba by XTC and Your Silent Face by New Order

Second ad break bumpers: Take It Away by Paul McCartney and Eliminator Jr. by Sonic Youth

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 11-28-20 show notes

How I Dealt With An Anti-Masker On Facebook

Admittedly, it may not have been the most informative way to deal with someone not accepting the information I gave in my recent blog on mask-wearing. However, the blog post had everything my Facebook detractor requested.

My friend Facebook friend kept posting disputed claims, thinking he was taking me to school. He demanded I respond. I did. For each of his claims I posted a pic of me making a silly or skeptical face.

My tactic worked. Oh, it didn’t get him to see the light, but he did unfriend and block me. Just as good.

And he challenged me to “name ONE item that isn’t 100% factual.” He didn’t think I could do it. Well…

He very first claim of Dr. Fauci conducting a study on the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918 that discovered most people died from bacterial pneumonia, not the flu, and those people were exposed to the bacteria by wearing masks was not 100% factual. Right out of the gate he shares misinformation.

Dr. Fauci did do a study on the Spanish Flu. He did find that many people died from bacterial pneumonia, but those victims were made susceptible to the bacteria because they had had the flu. And the study makes no mention of masks. Surprise! Surprise! My Facebook friend (well, former friend) was sharing false information.

“What?! False claims from a anti-masker?! I’m shocked!”

That’s great! But Why Is There Video?

And why is it so good?

Florida man, Richard Wilbanks, saved his puppy from the jaws of an alligator. While enjoying a fall evening, Mr. Wilbanks puppy, Gunner, was snatched by an alligator and pulled in the pond in the backyard. Florida man jumped into the pond, grabbed both the dog and the gator, and, with his bare hands, he pried the predator’s jaws open and freed his dog. The entire feat was all captured on video.

The story made national news, even Seth Meyers covered it on Late Night on NBC. And why not? It was some really good news that is very welcome in 2020. But…

My skeptical eyebrow went up. How was there video of this rescue? Mr. Wilbanks had said everything happened so fast, so who took the video? And why is it so good? It’s in landscape, when 99 out of a 100 of these “catch the moment” videos are in portrait. The video is completely steady. I mean, it never moves. The camera was obviously mounted to something.

I was beginning to think the event was planned. “Please,” I thought to myself, “don’t let this be some sort of scam. That fellow seems too sincere. There has to be an explanation for the high quality of the video.”

This Florida news report finally gave me the answers that the national news, Twin Cities news, and Seth Meyers didn’t. There is a perfectly reasonable answer to my skeptical doubt. Find it at the 1:53 mark.

An Atheist Rant: Crediting God

It’s a familiar rant. I get so aggravated when the faithful credit their deity for saving the day, but only after some tragic event has already happened. The faithful believe God intervened to save them from disaster, but they never blame him for allowing the disaster to happen in the first place.

A recent episode of the podcast My Favorite Murder has the latest example to set me off: A mentally disturbed college professor loses it and begins shooting her colleagues during a faculty meeting. She kills three and critically wounds at least three more before another professor accosts her. The shooter attempts to kill the brave woman, but the gun misfires and the rest of the faculty rush in and get the shooter out of the room. Police are called and the disturbed person is arrested.

One survivor calls his colleague a hero but she demurs, “[The] gun jamming was the ultimate saving grace. That’s not being a hero. That’s just God looking out for you.”

ARGH! Is it? Tell that to the three who died and the three who were shot and to all the others in the room who suffered the trauma of a mass shooter attempting to kill them. Boy, that God was sure looking out for you.

Cool Thing #1: Film Crit Hulk’s on Why Star Wars: A New Hope Works

But that finger is too short!

Film Crit Hulk is a YouTuber who gives his thoughtful opinions of popular movies. In this video he explains why Star Wars: A New Hope is a really good movie. He goes through the film sequence by sequence. I think this critique is a pretty cool thing.

Cool Thing #2: The Story Of Harry Potter

YouTuber FilmJoy’s Movies with Mikey has a three part (the first part here) series examining how the eight Harry Potter films all work so well. The series is thoughtful and, at a total of just under 90 minutes, is worth any Potter movie fan’s time. Totally cool!

Not A Cool Thing: A Critique Of Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Now, if you don’t 90 minutes is enough time to examine eight movies, perhaps YouTuber MauLer’s three-part video series (part one here) which focuses on one film. MauLer dedicates nearly NINE HOURS to his critique of The Force Awakens.

I didn’t watch more than the first few minutes. Who has the time?

You can try.

Bob Murderer

Nice shirt, Bob.

My wife and I both significant time working at Cold Side Silkscreening. In fact, we met there. Other than each other, we got to meet some interesting characters. One of the most intriguing was Bob Murderer.

Bob Murderer, not his real name, was an old school punk rocker from New Hampshire. Blaze orange hair, rail thin, leather jacket and boots, with a face that looked like he was about to smash it through a wall and that he might have already done so. He was the lead singer of the the punk rock band The Murderers. I’ve blogged about the band here and there is concert footage of them here.

Sadly, Bob died this past week. He had cancer. He was punk to the end.

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: Terror Couple Kill Colonel by Bauhaus and Still Ill by The Smiths

Second ad break bumpers: Only You by Yaz and No More Lonely Nights by Paul McCartney

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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