dimland radio 2-20-21 show notes

My New Couch, You Should SEE My New Couch

I told the story of our getting a new couch. There was good timing, a helpful stranger, and the potential for an unsolved mystery.

It’s riveting tale.

A Cool Thing: Perseverance Landed On Mars

It is always a cool thing when humans achieve something as astounding as landing a sophisticated piece of equipment on another world. And to see photographs from that world is truly awesome.

Some folks are upset that money is spent on missions to Mars instead of ending the pandemic and/or ending child hunger. I understand the sentiment, but to me that’s a little like saying a person shouldn’t buy a car while they still owe money on their house.

The thing is we should be able to do both.

Check out NASA’s website here.

Damn Cars And Cold Weather

Despite a having a brand new battery, the very frigid air caused our car to refuse to start Monday morning and again on Tuesday morning. Each time I had to hook up a battery charger to get the damn thing to start. The new battery’s first test and it failed.

Minnesota had a fairly mild January, but February made us pay for that. From late afternoon Thursday Feb. 11 to midday Tuesday Feb. 16, the air temperature in the Twin Cities never went above 0º F. That Monday morning the temperature dropped to more than -20º and the car didn’t like it.

The Texas Shithead Walk Of Shame

But as bad as it got here, other parts of the country also got hit with harsh winter conditions, especially Texas. We here in Minnesota and the upper Midwest are much more prepared for severe winter weather. Texas was not in any way ready for what hit them.

Unfortunately, Texas also has a shithead senator who thought it was a good idea to get out of Dodge for a long weekend in Cancun, until the internet convinced him it was instead a really bad idea to take a vacation while so many of his constituents were suffering. Had the internet not caught him, the shithead would have enjoyed a long, warm weekend on the beach. Poor guy.

If you are able and would like to help out the folks in Texas this website has several ways in which you can help.

Somebody Needs To Do Something About This Guy, But Not Me

That is pretty much what Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said as he made the House Managers’ case while excusing his and 42 other Senate Republicans’ vote to not hold Fearless Loser responsible for inciting an insurrection. In his post not guilty vote speech, McConnell made it clear that Pres. Trump was “practically and morally responsible for provoking the events of that day [January 6].” However, McConnell chose the easier path of kicking the can down the road. Let someone else take the principled stand. Mitch wants to be re-elected.

What a coward.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s full post trial speech.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s full post trial speech.

Compare and contrast.

A Statement Made

John, Ben, and Adam. Friends no more. It’s a shame, but words have consequences.

A couple shows back I talked about the BeanDad Twitter kerfuffle. Musician/podcaster John Roderick made a questionable joke by suggesting he cruelly taught his nine year old daughter how to use a can opener. The Twitterverse did not take the story as a joke. They were even less forgiving of his ironic sarcasm in using racial, homophobic, and anti-Semitic slurs on Twitter a few years ago.

Apparently, Roderick’s co-hosts of the podcast Friendly Fire weren’t too thrilled either. The show came to an abrupt end. The co-hosts, Benjamin Harrison and Adam Pranica, hadn’t made any public statement about the severing of their partnership with Roderick.

They said nothing until their other podcast, hosted by just Ben and Adam, The Greatest Generation began reviewing the episodes of Star Trek: Voyager. It was subtle. They were commenting on a moment of racial insensitivity in the first episode. They made a comment about someone using the excuse of it being a joke when they say horrible things. Listeners not familiar with the controversy might not have caught the subtle statement, but to those who know the message was received.

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: Empty Glass by Pete Townshend and Waiting by The Suburbs

Second ad break bumpers: And Through The Wire by Peter Gabriel and Soul In Isolation by Chameleons UK

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


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dimland radio 2-13-21 show notes

Good News

I got a call from my dad this week. He has been scheduled to receive the first dose of the Covid vaccination. Mom hasn’t received her call yet, but we hope it will come soon.

Stories Of Kent (And One Of Olgita)

My sister gave my brothers and me the sad news of the death of her ex-husband Kent. It had been years since any of us, including my sister, had seen or heard from him, but I had fond memories of him and I shared a couple.

Kent had a sister named Olgita. I had a story to tell about her…

Emerald Ash Borer Is Ruining The Neighborhood

It’s ruining the look of it anyway.

Pesky little pest!

The emerald ash borer is an invasive insect from Asia that has made its way to Europe and North America and it is destroying our ash trees. The little pests lay their eggs in crevices of ash trees and its larvae hatch and eat away at the tree beneath the bark.

As you can imagine, this is not good for the trees.

The City of St. Paul has had to remove massive numbers of ash trees due to the insect’s appetite. Which means we are seeing a lot more sky than we’ve been accustomed to. It’s devastating the look of our neighborhoods.

Ivy Street – Scroll left to right to see the difference.

Go here to learn more about the emerald ash borer, what to look for, and what to do if you suspect the little bugs are in your neck of the woods.

Hmmmm. This Seems Deceptive To Me

This ad showed up on my Facebook page.

Take a close look at the before and after pictures of this young fellow who appears to have miraculously regained lost hair.

But has he?

I could be wrong here, but, to me, it looks more like he had shaved his head, leaving his hair very short, and then let it grow back.

In fact! Call me cynical, but the “before” picture might actually have been taken after the “after” picture. It may have been taken after the model shaved his head and he hasn’t grown any more hair at all.

And Then There’s This Bullshit

This device encourages hair regrowth. Uh huh. Sure, it does.

I would encourage you to save your money and not waste it on this ridiculous item.

How in the world could this even work? Seriously?

This looks to me to be some cheap contraption meant to prey on people in deep fear of losing their hair. There’s money to be made off the desperate and there will always be predators ready to make that money.

How can this ludicrous light-up helmet possibly work to regrow hair?!

General Motors Is Going Electric

Climate change is real. Sure, the climate is always changing, but what is happening now is very bad and is largely due to human activity, mainly the burning of fossil fuels. We need to get away from using fossil fuels. We need alternate and more sustainable ways of powering our world. Wind and solar, hydroelectric, geothermal, hydrogen and biofuels, and, yes, nuclear all need to be embraced.

General Motors, America’s largest automobile manufacturer, is seeing the writing on the wall. It has announced its intention to phase out the internal combustion engine for all of its light duty cars, trucks, and SUVs by 2035.

This is big and perhaps Ford and Chrysler will follow suit, if they haven’t already done so.

Gas Is Way Cheap

Going by the the price of unleaded gas and the fashion of dress in the image showing that fetching young woman filling up, I estimate the year to be 1981. Adjusting for inflation, the $1.36 gallon of gas in 1981 would be $3.89 today. Conversely, a $2.39 gallon of today’s gas would cost a mere 83 cents back then.

Gas is way cheap.

Our Kia Soul Might Be Getting A New Engine

I will know for sure after Monday. That’s when I will be taking the car in to the dealership for a safety recall testing. We received the recall notice which listed several symptoms of a possible serious problem with the engine of the 2014/2015 models. Our car has been showing a few of those symptoms.

I will let you know next week.

A Cool Thing: The Jeremy Brett Sherlock Holmes Podcast

I stumbled across this podcast with brothers Gus and Luke reviewing each of the Granada TV Sherlock Holmes shows. All feature Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes. Brett is the best ever at playing the fictional detective and the hosts of the podcast will tell you why.

Gus is the one who does the synopsis of each episode and he has a… unique cadence… as… he tells… details of the… show and… behind… the scenes… trivia… and details. But that’s a nitpick. The podcast is a must for Brett/Holmes fans.

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: Everyone A Puzzle Lover by 10,000 Maniacs and New Day Rising by Husker Du

Second ad break bumpers: Athena by The Who and Guess I Must Have Been In Love With Myself by Pete Shelley

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


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dimland radio 1-30-21 show notes

I Hate This Song, But…

Last week I mentioned that I hate the song Amazing Grace. I decided to elaborate a bit on my hatred of the song. Mainly I hate it when it is sung with no musical accompaniment and I don’t mind the song when played on bagpipes as an instrumental.

But, then I saw ABC Nightly News do a profile on Lori Marie Key, a Michigan nurse who sings Amazing Grace during shift changes at her hospital while dealing with the Covid pandemic. A video of her singing the song went viral (no pun intended) last March and she was invited to sing at the Covid memorial that was televised the night before the Inauguration. (Joe Biden won! There was no steal.)

Don’t get me wrong, I still hate the song, but ABC included a photo montage of frontline healthcare personnel dealing with the pandemic and I got the feels.

In my talk I mentioned this amusing moment from the classic sitcom WKRP In Cincinnati.

A Friend’s Downplaying Of The Pandemic

Also on last week’s show was my friend who was downplaying the Covid. He implied it was merely a really bad cold with a high survival rate. I pointed out his numbers were wrong and I explained that survival just means people didn’t die. There are lingering health problems, some quite horrible.

Since that show he had responded, he was incredulous that I would suggest he implied that everyone was OK once the Covid had left their systems. (I quote his first comment on my Facebook thread: “I keep surviving Covid… Almost like it was a really bad cold with a 99.98% survival rate.” I sense an implication there, don’t you?) And he let me know he, his wife, and two of his kids had Covid.

Fortunately, they all recovered. Unfortunately, my friend came out with a what’s the big deal? attitude. Much like his favorite president after he had recovered from the Covid.

I took the opportunity to read a list of famous people who had died from Covid in 2020. And my list wasn’t complete.

And there is Minnesotan Glenn Vierling age 74. He was just released from the hospital to a recovery center after a 70 day stay battling Covid, much of which was spent in the ICU and in a coma. While Mr. Vierling was in the hospital, his wife had a month’s stay of her own in another hospital. She also had Covid!

But as my friend downplayed, “[Covid is] almost like a really bad cold with a 99.98% survival rate.”

Sigh.

Dana Gould And Amy Miller Don’t Know God Doesn’t Exist

Comedian Dana Gould has an excellent podcast and on the most recent episode his guest was comedian Amy Miller. Amy has her own podcast called Who’s Your God. She has comedic guests on to discuss their religious beliefs or disbeliefs, as the case may be.

On Dana’s show the two expressed the idea that atheists hear all the time. “Atheists might not believe in God, but they don’t know God doesn’t exist.”

This is true.

However, I could counter by saying to them, “Well, you don’t know Zeus doesn’t exist.”

Switching out one dubious god for another makes the statement seem less of a gotcha, doesn’t it?

I suggest they look into Bertrand Russell’s orbiting teapot.

By the way, Dana Gould is an atheist.

Friendly Fire Came To An Abrupt End

One of my favorite podcasts hadn’t dropped a new episode in a few weeks and I was beginning to wonder what was going on. Did I unsubscribe? Did they make it a pay to listen podcast? Were they taking a belated holiday break? Their last show dropped January 1st.

The podcast is Friendly Fire. Each week, the three hosts review a war movie and I really enjoyed the show. The chemistry of the three hosts (Benjamin Harrison, Adam Pranica, and John Roderick) was evident and very enjoyable.

While I awaited a new episode, I listened to the aforementioned Dana Gould Hour. During which Dana and Amy touched on cancel culture and Amy mentioned that John Roderick had run afoul of Twitter.

John Roderick – #BeanDad

“Huh? John Roderick did what now?” I asked.

Then a new Friendly Fire dropped. It was a three minute episode with just the producer telling the listeners the show was over.

A Google search clued me in on why. Roderick was given the name #BeanDad for his alleged mistreatment of his 9 year old daughter, which he chronicled in a series of tweets. The harrowing tale of teaching his daughter how to use a can opener had upset the internet. And, because the internet is forever, some very questionable earlier tweets by Roderick were found. Of those older tweets, he claimed ironic and sarcastic use of racial, homophobic, and anti-Semitic slurs.

Yikes!

As my wife said about Roderick’s explanation, “Twitter does not do sarcasm.”

A fairly good explanation of the #BeanDad incident can be found here.

Roderick has apologized.

A Cool (If Disturbing And Terrifying) Thing: Night Stalker: The Hunt For A Serial Killer

My wife texted me the other day telling me she was watching Night Stalker. I was stunned. “She hates that show,” I thought.

But I gave it some more consideration. I asked her, “Carl Kolchak or Richard Ramirez?”

It was the latter. And it’s a four part true crime documentary series on Netflix. It is fascinating and horrifying. That Ramirez was messed up.

Ah, The 1950s. So Much Patriarchy

Speaking of Darren McGavin (he played Carl Kolshak of TV’s Kolchak: The Night Stalker), I stumbled across an early moment in his acting career. It’s the 1955 short film A Word To Wives. It’s an amusing, if unintended, look at the patriarchy of 1950s America.

From what I gather, the film was sort of an infomercial to promote the wonders of the modern conveniences of the new houses of 1955. Housewife Jane was envious of her friend’s new house, especially the kitchen. If only her husband George (Darren McGavin) would buy a new house. Jane’s friend cooks up a scheme to get George interested in making an upgrade.

Oh, the patriarchy! It’s laid on so thick, you can cut it with a knife.

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: Never Follow by Naked Raygun and Der Kommissar by Falco

Second ad break bumpers: Tabazan by Killing Joke and English Roundabout by XTC

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


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dimland radio 1-23-21 show notes

Inauguration Day. Finally.

America has a new president. It feels good to have an adult in charge again. And he has a lot of work to do.

Photo credit: Andrew Harnik/AP

I gave a few of my reactions to the inauguration ceremony and that night’s celebration. There were plenty of highlights. I mentioned being pleased the former vice president Mike Pence attended, instead of seeing off his former boss as he and his wife slinked off early in the morning. (I stated that departure is how a loser loses.)

Sen. Amy Klobuchar

I also enjoyed seeing three of our surviving former presidents also in attendance. And seeing Minnesota’s own Sen. Amy Klobuchar having such a prominent role made me quite proud. The poem by Amanda Gorman was wonderful and inspiring, as was Pres. Joe Biden’s speech.

Amanda Gorman

I could have done without all the references to God and the singing of Amazing Grace by Garth Brooks. Not because I’m not a fan of Brooks, which I’m not, it’s because I really hate that song and always have. I just hate it.

And with having an adult in charge again, an adult who accepts science, means America can get to work getting a handle on the pandemic and implement a Federal roll-out plan for the vaccine. The previous administration couldn’t be bothered. They were too busy pushing The Big Lie about the election being stolen, when not golfing that is. This also means the welcome return of an obviously relieved Dr. Fauci.

“Ah, to be listened to and not have to fear being uncut by stupid.”

Lastly, the person who really stole the show, albeit unintentionally, was Sen. Bernie Sanders. His coat, his mittens, and that photograph of him sitting on his own set the internet on fire. The memes created of Bernie reminded us that the internet can be fun.

A Dimland Radio Pedantic Moment: That Life Expectancy Thing Again

Mo Rocca doesn’t understand life expectancy.

Just because average life expectancy in 18th and 19th centuries was about 40, doesn’t mean 39 year olds were at death’s doorstep. There were plenty of older folks about, folks that made it into their 60s, 70s, 80s, and even 90s. Mo Rocca, in one of his profiles of the American presidents, perpetuates the notion that a life expectancy of 39 years meant that William Henry Harrison taking office at age 68 was like being 110 today.

No, it was like being to 68 today.

Incidentally, Harrison took ill shortly after being sworn in and died 31 days into his presidency.

I discussed the reasons for short life expectancies back in the day and gave the ages at which our more well-known Founding Fathers died. With the exception of Alexander Hamilton, who was killed in a dual with Aaron Burr at age 47 or 49, none of the Fathers died younger than 67 (George Washington). John Adams died at age 90.

And don’t think those politicians, all wealthy men, got the best health care. Doctors back then were still trying to figure out what worked in medicine. Sometimes not seeing a doctor was the safer bet. Just ask Pres. James Garfield…

The Assassination Of James Garfield

Pres. James A. Garfield

On July 2, 1881, Pres. James Garfield was shot twice by assassin Charles Guiteau. It took until September 19, 1881 for the president to die. Not so much from his wounds, more from the care he received from doctors who didn’t think using an antiseptic to clean their hands and instruments was necessary or helpful.

It was a harrowing and gruesomely slow death. When Garfield finally died, Guiteau stated, “Yes, I shot him, but his doctors killed him.”

That Has Always Been Wrong

Margo! What are you wearing?!

Throughout history, no matter how enlightened people may have thought of themselves, the majority could really have some troubling blind spots when it comes to race.

This is what Margo was wearing.

I watched an episode of The Good Life (called Good Neighbors in the States), a very popular TV comedy in the UK in the 1970s. During the episode Away From It All, the character Margo can be seen wearing an apron with a very problematic design.

The design is a character know as the Robertson’s golliwog. And it is racist as hell!

We see that now, but at the time the majority, thinking that they certainly weren’t racists, didn’t notice any problem. We have gotten better, but we still have a ways to go.

Thank God And Greyhound

I discussed first hearing this very funny and surprising break up song by Roy Clark.

Hmmm. Why might such a song come to mind this particular week?

Say it with me…

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: Time The Avenger by Pretenders and Eliminator Jr. by Sonic Youth

Second ad break bumpers: Lay All Your Love On Me by ABBA and Armagh by Au Pairs

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 1-16-21 show notes

My Prediction From 2019 Didn’t Come True, Thankfully

Way back in December of 2019 I predicted that Pres. Trump would be the only American president to be impeached, acquitted, and re-elected. Turns out I was wrong. Phew!

Yes, he was impeached (he had been at the time I made the prediction) and he was later acquitted by the Republican-controlled Senate, who had thought Fearless Loser had learned his listen. (Scoff). I was wrong about him being re-elected. That’s the one silver lining of the pandemic.

Had he shown even half-assed competency in his handling of the pandemic….

Well, he is the man-child he is, so of course he fucked it up.

Even though I had called for it several times throughout 2020, I had not predicted he would have been impeached a second time. As we all know now, he has been impeached a second time. So much winning! And, yes, we can’t stand it.

On last week’s show I talked about the reason for his impeachment. Fearless Loser had spent months setting up his eventual loss as being due to fraud. And when he did lose he and his enablers cried fraud, fraud, fraud and his conspiracy theorist followers believed him. And on January 6, some of the more rabid Trumpers stormed the US Capitol building.

Had he been able to accept the loss and concede to Joe Biden, the Trumpers would have slinked back into their holes and he would have avoided a second impeachment…

Well, he is the man-child is, so of course he fucked it up.

But Were His Actions Impeachable?

Of course, I think Fearless Loser’s actions on and leading up to January 6 are impeachable, but I’m not an expert. I’ll let YouTuber Legal Eagle make the case.

And Legal Eagle additionally points out that Trump’s attempt to strong arm Georgia’s secretary of state to “find” 11,780 votes can also be considered an impeachable offense.

Can we impeach him again, again?

And Then There’s These Dipshits

They drove past masses of soldiers and police and barricades all around Washington DC. They walked past National Guard troops stationed inside their workplace. All those troops and cops in place to protect against further attacks by delusional Trumpers.

They walked into the House chamber and argued against impeachment. They said, “What about antifa?” They cried witch hunt. They did whatever they could to convince themselves the president’s actions were not impeachable. They were the 197 Republicans who voted against impeachment.

Pathetically partisan. At least, ten Republicans could put the Constitution and the country before party.

And The QAnoners Continue Their Nuttery

The most recoganizable Trumper involved in the attack, the Grand Poohbah of the Royal Order of the Water Buffalo, the shirtless fellow in the horned fur helmet and painted face, the QAnon Shaman has been arrested and his mother begged that her boy be fed organic food otherwise he would get physically sick. Oh, no. We can’t have him getting sick.

There are conflicting reports as to whether or not he has been granted his request for organic food.

Censored? That is a microphone you are speaking into on live television, isn’t it? What a dumbass.

And then there’s Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. She’s just been elected as a US Representative of Georgia, and she’s a QAnon supporter. Her first order of business after voting against the impeachment of the riot-inciter-in-chief is to introduce articles of impeachment against Joe Biden the day after he takes the oath of office. Attagirl! Feel the crazy flow through you!

A Dimland Radio Pedantic Moment: QI, 17 Year Olds, And American Prisons

In the video clip (here) of interesting facts about America, QI host Stephen Frye says there are more 17 year old black people in prison than in college. I don’t know how the education system goes in the UK where this show comes from, but in America most kids start college at 18 years of age.

Sure, there are some who start younger, but that’s a small percentage. I wonder if there are more 18 year old black people in prison than in college in America.

Still, the numbers he gives are shameful.

It’s Not True: Kamala Harris Quote

Something that is so predictable about social media, because it is a constant problem, is the sharing of supposed quotes from politicians. People continue to share meme that are pictures of famous people with a quote. And people just assume the memes are true.

Well, this one ain’t true.

Kamala Harris never said that.

And, in the interest of fairness, I ran through a list of claims about Fearless Loser that aren’t true. I’m sure some people will raise an eyebrow, but I calls ’em as I sees ’em.

The Bonus Army

One Trumper friend of mine tried to counter the claim that the US Capitol building hadn’t been attacked since 1814, as part of the War of 1812. He attempted an “Oh, yeah! what about 1932?” gotcha. However, the event to which he referred wasn’t an attack on the Capitol. It was a protest.

It was the Bonus Army. This “army” was made up of thousands of WW1 veterans who had been hard hit by the Great Depression. The American government had granted the veterans a “bonus” to be paid to them in 1945, however the veterans needed the money desperately in 1932. They went to Washington DC to protest to get that money immediately.

There was no storming of the Capitol. No Congressman was threatened with kidnapping or death. The only violence came when the government went to clear out the tent city the Bonus Army had built and occupied during their protest. Two were killed by police.

Learn more 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: Entre Nous by Rush and Watching The Clothes by Pretenders

Second ad break bumpers: Away by The Feelies and Sign O The Times by Prince

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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