Thursday, July 27, 2006

The FFS Microwavable Podcast 5.0

I have an opinions segment this week on The Frozen Food Section's Microwavable Podcast. I argue that my buddy Calc2's art represents the attenuation of American society. It's all tongue-in-cheek. I don't actually believe his artwork is morally reprehensible, but it's always fun to play moral superior. It gives you the vicarious thrill of the fundamentalist perspective, that lack of perspective that claims God as its authority.

Also, for my Washington peeps, there's an interview of Stephanie Stone, owner of Capital City Records, which is closing this month.

And Analog Jetpack has a featured live song.

Click here to listen or right-click to download.

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