Everyone is back in the studio today. It was a good day – except for the rain. Carl was exaggerating when he mentioned the number of N-bombs in the movie 42 (it’s less than 50) and the movie Django Unchained (more than 100). But his exaggeration was illustrating the point that he was uncomfortable in hearing it. Either way, neither film is appropriate for kids: the former is PG-13 and the later R. View at your own risk. In the meantime, did you ever lose luggage items in San Francisco? This could be why.

 

And here is today’s music:
Anthem – The US Navy Band
522 No Way Out – the Allman Brothers Band
537 I Love It – Icona Pop
550 North American Scum – LCD Soundsystem
637 Rawnald Gregory Erickson the Second – Starf*****
648 Fat Man in the Bathtub – Little Feat
737 Waves - Blondfire
748 Standing Outside a Broken Phone Booth with Money in My Hand – Primitive Radio Gods
822 Talk Show on Mute – Incubus
837 Latin Stroll – Universal Principles
848 Hickory Dickory Dock – Etta James

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