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Blare OnAir is the official radio program from KDX Worldround Radio celebrating freedom of thoughtless speech.

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Blare OnAir Lite - Alpmic V 16.0 - June 21, 2017 (10:20)  This program is on the wrong list because it was saved to the wrong drawer and never straightened out; Brahms 2nd Racket in background; first day for air conditioner in summer 2017;Solstice;
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Bare OnAir - 10th Year Special - June 1, 2017 A (53:13)  In the spirit of NBC At 50 Carl parades the KDX personalities in review; Ned Stedy the board op likes his voice even though Carl does it: Carl wonders who does his own voice; Carl reads headlines, quickly comments, and moves on; women with expressionless faces; some people learn how to snarl from their pet dog; Carl sluffs off while Henry Morgan takes over; recalling acerbic radio personalities; Percy Downer and C. Randy Limphand live together but cannot decide which one is the husband; they won't have radio in a thousand years, in fact they won't have anything; these programs are an eyesore on radio.
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Blare OnAir -5th Saturday in April- April 29, 2017 A (53:11)  N.O. Jazz Fest in progress Credits Roll; demo of KDX Universal Time Clock"; thunder heard; moodiness in spring; partial show from April 26th - Lightning Map; continuing discussion about Eric Hoffer. first best seller "The True Believer"; switch back to Apr. 29 to wrap up; WARNING!! STRING OF F-BOMBS THAT HAVE NOT BEEN BEEPED!! Examples of CB radio submitted by TheLegacy.
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Blare OnAir - Bad Show- April 23, 2017 A (55:18)  Using Neewer NW-800; diatribe about useless physical ed and poor educations; KDX carried March For Science; failed attempt to restore mediocrity; staying in place is easier than moving; switching back to Alpmic (V_??); mic bopper; search for female talent; trying to think of "James Mason" and getting it confused with Jimmy Stewart; readings from Eric Hoffer.
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Blare OnAir - Tomato Chips Apr. 19, 2017 A (56:43)  Bob Felmly visits from TeamSpeak about phantom power, potato chips and food.
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Blare OnAir - Passion - Mar. 26, 2017 A (1:20) TeamSpeak Room with Bob Felmly & Harold Miller, jazz musician
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Blare OnAir - Catfight Emergency - Feb. 12, 2017 A (55:00) A tour of those FCC rules dealing with emergency operation
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Blare OnAir - New Year Enforcement - Dec. 31, 2016 A (55:00) Opens with Troy TheLegacy saying words; MRAM Mobile checks in from Legend Lanes Bowling Ally; many meanings of "strike" in various sports;Carl introduces the subject of sweeteners; bowling in the dark continues in Cuyahoga Falls; Carl Blare was a sit down comic who never did stand up; public library radio station; Midnight arrives at 7 o'clock at Legend Lanes!.

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Blare OnAir - Unscheduled Show - Dec. 23, 2016 A (46:46)  This is probably the best program we have ever done.
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Blare OnAir - Winter Solstice State of the Stations - Dec. 21, 2016 (1 hr 1 Min 5 sec)  Bob Felmly on WCFI-LPFM/MRAM 1500, Matt from Radio Free Connecticut AM 1650, Carl Blare KDX Worldround Radio.
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Blare OnAir - The Following Monday Part 2 - November 28, 2016  Visit continues with Bob Felmly and Barry Sallade of Blue Bucket Radio.
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Blare OnAir - The Following Monday Part 1 - November 28, 2016 (45:00)  Bob Felmly on deck for discussion of low power broadcasting; joined near end of hour by Barry Sallade.
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Blare OnAir - Moon Over Black Friday - November 25, 2016 A (45:31)  Large Bullet Point List; Moon Poem, Border Bar.
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Blare OnAir - Great Big Clock - November 13, 2016 A  (44:59)  Carl attempts to explain space and time but the explanation takes too long; pitter patter about Trump gropage (to grope); the Golden Mean;
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Blare OnAir - ALPB Pre-Meeting Chatter Part 2 - November 5, 2016  (45:00)
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Blare OnAir - ALPB Pre-Meeting Chatter Part 1- November 5, 2016 A (45:00)  Night of  fall forward to standard time; mention of ASTATIC PZM 930VP variable pattern microphone; coming up discussion of  ALPB Charter change; ISP fraudulantly offers lower rate for internet only which has hidden conditions making it unavailable; someone enters TeamSpeak Room but is unresponsive; Johny C arrives; Bob Felmly, Neil arrive; talk about Windows 10.
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Blare OnAir - Malicious Complaint - November 3, 2016 A (45:45)  Elaborate discussion of ALPB Charter Item 1 - Mission Statement; example of a malicious complaint made to the FCC; we have our malicious complainer in the person of Ditch Bickerman; talk about the Low Power Hour and "free radio"; groping videos production job offer declined; online security tip: never post the truth.
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Blare OnAir - 5th Saturday in October Part 2 - October 29, 2016 A (43:30) Trace of Rachmaninoff No. 1 to open; Fabulous conversation with Bob Felmly about early internet; Sibelius No. 4 - I; Ending of Rach. No. 1.
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Blare OnAir - 5th Saturday in October Part 1 - October 29, 2016 (45:00)
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Blare OnAir - Power Collection  - October 22, 2016 A (43:00)  Joined by Jeff Station8 and Troy TheLegacy for a discussion of  antenna invention and New Radio Revolution, seeking more free distance for low power hobby radio. Carl's clever scheme to collect neighbor permissions  to add their part 15 authority to you until you have a few Watts..... gets rejected by Troy and Jeff?; Flotilla and Ned hold a conversation behind the plate glass until Carl comes in.
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Blare OnAir - ToboR - October 21, 2016 A (46:00)  In lieu of the 4th Debate another TeamSpeak program; the "woman from Arkansas" and her probably being a military robot.; visit from Sophia an actual robot; Hanson Robotics develops human-like robots; proposal to do away with high power stations in favor of many personal stations; mistakenly called "robot" a palindrome.
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Blare OnAir - Stormy Wednesday - October 19, 2016 (44:00)  Asymetrical piano concerto
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Blare OnAir - Free Radio - October 18, 2016  A (49:00)  Troy TheLegacy and Jeff Statio8 are guests to talk about license free Hobby Radio and changes being sought from the FCC.
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Blare OnAir -  Hobby Radio - October 17, 2016 A (46:26)  Differentiating between hobby radio and so-called "pirate radio" now known as Free Radio: Carl tries speaking from a standing position but the mic doesn't raise up; Ed U. Cate is our guest today; remembering Trumps gropes.
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Blare OnAir - MeatSpeak - October 13, 2016 A (47:52)  Explaining what we meant by "Big Bud"; "Team" said backwords is "Meat"; if it's not proper to say it's a Trumpism; you can't stay in your house unless you pay off the money laundry; earthquakes will release the bears; losing conversation with Ditch Bickerman; 2nd Debate took place nearby; the secret service can't say; Hillary's health; our conspiracy theory drug addiction; Windows 10 upgrade push big back door; Anais Nin "We don't see things as they are. We see them as we are"; Poulenc Organ Concerto; 
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Blare OnAir - The Big Bud - October 11, 2016 A (46:45)  Women you wouldn't want to deal with.
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Blare OnAir - Hot Microphone - October 10, 2016 A (45:00)  With reference to the microphone that heard Trump speak about taking liberties with women; Dave Chamberlain stops by but leaves without speaking;
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Blare OnAir - Bullet Points - October 8, 2016 A (45:00)  Mic; Daily Show; News Talk Radio; World Affairs; Measuring the Hobby; Long Lines & Remote Transmitter; Agregation Aggravation; Basic Part 15; Talk about Streaming.
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Blare OnAir - Dress Code - October 6B, 2016 A (55:00)  Opens with every-other-number count for level check; ways to post - audio or text; Cannibus laws & tobacco leaves; employment policies and pitfalls; impromptu and improvisational styles; comments on "be sure to vote"; the people we vote for are already selected.
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Blare OnAir - DreamSpeak - October 6A, 2016 A (54:45)  Self driving car to Open Room at 3:30 AM; Toppers and other strange radio experiments;
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Blare OnAir - Milestone - October 4, 2016 A (55:31)  Good explanation about the TeamSpeak Open Room Series of Blare Broadcasts; rationale for limiting postings to only one website; his story (history) about the invention of the broadcast mixer; the expression "noise floor" was coined when early television was only able to show shoes at floor level; drifting and thumpiness from Sangean U1 landscape radio; changing the mind on commitments; are those all your eggs in that basket?; there is nothing to fear but interference itself; admiration for RDL RU-MX4 Professional Audio Mixer; we should liquidate on eBay; high power stations now obsolete.
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Blare OnAir - Basketball Is a Hoax - October 2, 2016 A (54:45)  The studio is back together after being taken apart; description of our desk crammed with things; discussion of last night's ALPB meeting regarding CharterAmendment; why democracy is a hoax; we could have a FAQ om ALPB website; a discussion of great minds; human memory unreliable; the effemeral nature of spoken word and forum threads; why basketball is a hoax; is republic a repeat of the public?; tired and retired; in chipper health due to woodchips; the shelf-life of glue is another problem; KDXX-FM is in Louisville Texas;during talk of communists in communities Carl takes a loop; Elevator Interlude.
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Blare OnAir - Fusion - September 29, 2016 A (55:00)  Revealing the plan to post by audio only, an idea soon forgotten; about part 15 and the KDX transmitters; radio programs where they come from; the various part 15 forums and this new audio forum;mass multi-media expansion and confluence; every 5th Saturday dedicated to a new program.
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Blare OnAir - Do It - September 28, 2016 A (45:00)  During equipment test Bruce MICRO1700 calls; abandoned buildings in the Arctic; an exotic woman No TeamSpeak visitors.
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Blare OnAir - Crowded In Here - September 27, 2016  (55:00)
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Blare OnAir - Grandiose Blur - September 23, 2016 A (55:00)  The expression "Tower of Tusks" refers to an Ivory Tower but we wonder whether we mean Ivy Tower; I'm usually the only one back in time when I go there; the expression "I had a dream" is not a conclusion; Micky Ryan and the 8th grade Sky King experiment; I knew I was asleep because I wasn't awake;
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Blare OnAir - Title Shortage - September 22, 2016 A (55:25)
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Blare OnAir - The Amazement of Radio - September 21, 2016 A (55:20)
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Blare OnAir - Is That a Microphone? - September 20, 2016 A (56:09)
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Blare OnAir -  - September 5, 2016  (00:00)
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Blare OnAir - Hour 3 - September 1, 2016 A (1hr30mn) Bob Felmly joins the show to talk audio mixers; recalling the CarTunes experience from the early 1960s; on this show you can talk without reaching a point; discussion on infinity of radio signal traveling in the universe; frequency co-ordination among countries; deep discussion about the inter-dimensionality of dreaming;
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Blare OnAir - Hour 2 - New Mixer - September 1, 2016 A (44:37) Carl shares a few smart entries from the journals including wisdoms; the song "Hillary Laughing".
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Blare OnAir - Hour 1 - New Mixer - September 1, 2016 A (54:59) Testing your playback sound system; introduction to audio mixer; all cliche's have always existed; axiom: If you are not having trouble don't do anything about it; staff roster: Flotilla DeGlued - Martin Luther Ray; combining sentences = conflatulance; our Radio Shack mixer and so on; RU-MX4 Professional Mixer; Flotilla pays a visit followed by Haughty Shish extended conversation ; Dr. Procter Cavalier; Ned Stedy; Smilers Mall - Placebos in brown bottle & Virtual Audience App; Carl dickers with show horn; changes to wireless microphone; looking out there; moment in Upper Management Lounge; trying to contact Radio Shack.
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Blare OnAir - Part 2 - Strange and Stranger - August 24, 2016  (00:00) CraigF and Barry Blue Bucket Radio troubleshoot their connections
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Blare OnAir - Part 1 - Strange and Stranger - August 24, 2016  (00:00)  Arrivals begin to appear
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Blare OnAir - Empty Room - August 22, 2016 A (55:00)
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Blare OnAir - Fade Out - August 21, 2016 A (55:00)
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Blare OnAir - Waited Awhile - August 18, 2016 A (54:55)  Setting up shop at TeamSpeak via the new mixer; mention of a "leaker hose" from a yard sale; steps off mic to fetch Sartre's Being & Nothingness; Chapter "The Reef of Solipsism";looking up words we can't spell; "rootebega" "rutebaga" rudebega"; children are headstrong and can't be taught; the former vice-presidential candidate spoke in Palintudes; "Day Radio Station" gives the Latest Day; advice: don't make fun of important officials... accord them the proper respect; don't refer to the hag from Arkansas;Herold Revulso is on assignment at Grogs; anachoic and Faraday Cage in same chamber.
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Blare OnAir - Carl In Tow - August 10, 2016 A (55:00) Wednesday the monster; bride as a ghost in a white shroud; got a guy in tow; grass out-gasses; corporate meetings once a month during which we drink; drinking of the aged; birthdays are not about you, they are about mothers; the one thing about cheating is that you learn how to cheat by doing it; a poem to Carl from C.Randy Limphand.
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Blare OnAir - Drinking Anthems - July 31, 2016 A (50:50)  Tour of many things happening as of this 1st program of 2016; example of KDX Clock Tower Tick; demonstration of items on the desk such as a capacitor checker, description of indoor tower and wireless mic system; history and description of Alpmic Condenser Microphone V 13.0; Now, in addition to Placebo Pills in Brown Bottles, we are offering Brackish Water; signing on with Lile Hot From Chile; The National Anthem (U.S.) is based on an old British drinking song.
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Blare OnAir - State of the Station 2015 - December 12, 2015
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Blare OnAir - Missing Book of the Bible - August 14, 2015 A (55:00)
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Blare OnAir - Trump On Women - August 13, 2015 A (54:59)
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Blare OnAir - - July 17, 2015 A (54:59)
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Blare OnAir - - June 22, 2015 A (54:59)
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Blare OnAir - Time Machine - May 13, 2015 A (55:00) =========================================================================================================
Blare OnAir - The Big Things - May 9, 2015 A (53:51)
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Blare OnAir - DPRA - May 6, 2015 A (55-m)
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Blare OnAir - DMCA - Feb. 19, 2015 A (51:53)
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Blare OnAir - The Vanity of Existence - Feb. 17, 2015 A (57:19)
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Blare OnAir - Off-Line For Repair - Feb. 13, 2015 A (50:52)
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Blare OnAir - State of the Station 2014 - December 2, 2014 A (55-min)  -- Since 2007 KDX Worldround Radio has been cranking out top programs and is a total success according to spokesperson Carl Blare, a devout solipsist.
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Blare OnAir - Bob Lassiter - November 28, 2014 A ( 1-hour)  Also known as Mad Dog, Bob Lassiter was a controversial and highly influential radio talk show host  in the 1980s and '90s who worked in several markets but is best known for  his long stint in the Tampa Bay area. We present an air check from WFLA dated October 9, 1987. NOTICE: As of late in the day on Sun. Nov. 30, 2014 a newer version (V2) replaces the original version.
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Blare OnAir - Protest in St. Louis - October 19, 2014  (1-hour)  Following two police shootings of black teenagers the family, friends, neighbors, schoolmates, coworkers and allies of the victims took to the streets with the mantras "Hands Up Don't Shoot" and "No Justice No Peace". Carl Blare was there courtesy of Argus Streaming Media.
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Blare OnAir - Time For Space - May 4, 2014 A (54:57)  The World as Idea by Arthur Schopenhauer "Time and space can be mentally presented apart from matter, whereas matter cannot be presented apart from time and space."
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Blare OnAir - Untutored Tavern - Mar. 19, 2014 A (55:00)  How many beers does it take to screw in an announcer?
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Blare OnAir - Display Card - Feb. 3, 2014 A (54:59) A computer part that makes the picture on the screen.
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Blare OnAir - Band Pass - Jan. 28, 2014 A (55:00) The frequencies passing on the band in the night.
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Blare OnAir - Polar Vortex - Jan. 22, 2014  A 55:02  Carl has his transmitter to keep him warm.
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Blare OnAir - State of the Station 2013 - Dec. 28, 2013 A (54:55)
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Blare OnAir - Flummox - December 12, 2013 A (55:32)
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Blare OnAir - Winning - December 3, 2013 A (55:00)  
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Blare OnAir - Out Cast - November 29, 2013 A (54:59) Winamp announces shutdown, Shoutcast might end, plus excursions into unrelated territory.
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Blare OnAir - Remain Seated - November 23, 2013  A (59:15) It began; Ernie Chambers of Nebraska FFRF.
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Blare OnAir - Hair Cut - November 1, 2013 A (54:58) Doubtful about words and phrases; looking at the clock at exactly 1 PM; Harry Schearer's "The Big Uneasy"; public library movies; the Hulu story; a handfull; the meaning of "campus"; camp grounds; mystery list; red wine drinker's license; subliminal ads; Pacific fish compared to Atlantic fish; halloween and christmas are religious; whistling can be annoying if you are proving you know Tchaikovsky's 4th; Villa-Lobos Bachianus Brasilieros No. 5; writng Buster Boatrocker's commentary right here and now on the air; Haircuts Run the World - Buster; we don't know how many neighborhoods there are; on Halloween the adults and children go around screaming; everyone deserves a radio station to serve their niche; the TUC Radio service overnight Sunday; you're too poor to eat, according to the dismissive fat; biggest free loaders of all; the diatribes.
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Blare OnAir - Mischke Memories - October 15, 2013 A (54:57) Conversation w. Jackie Sinclair about BomaSnare; Manfred Tweed How To Do Radio revisit to Mischke
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Blare OnAir - Freely Formless - November 6, 2012 A (54:12) Containing the rejected version of Low Power Hour No. 63; saluting a piece of fabric; the lamp store; superstitious backup stories to explain the unexplainable; the car key mystery; micro inspection of every leaf on the ground; not meant to drive today; women on the radio and TV annoy Carl Blare with the wonderful exception of Ruth Today; the midwaste is a play on the expression midwest; a grant for the east pole expedition; Carl's religions and non-religion.
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Blare OnAir - Rejected Low Power Hour - Aug. 13, 2012 A (40:47) Meditating is the same as reflecting which is the same as thinking; walking wirelessly into the Upper Management Lounge looking for blue food;  instructional coffee making presentation; rolling chair sound; Sangean ATS-505 tuned in; passing reference to mood altering weather; trying to open the show by memory, but it's the opening to Low Power Hour No. 42; mention of the first meeting of the ALPB; does not include several voices introduced; subject changes to the side-walk, as seen out the parade-review-stand window; we've been drought-struck here in the midwaste; sidewalk neatness; small speedboats on car tops; Jackie Sinclair rings us up to ask how the bushes are doing; they are a disgrace to the Whitehouse, but Jackie is asking about our ornamental shrubbery; Jackie is in a quiet mood and expects me to do all the talking; we should start a church; we don't know what meal plans we should have for the end of the world.
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Blare OnAir - Olympish - Aug. 6, 2012  A (58:29) Smoothly, outwardly, inwardly, from the Internet Building; auto maintenance check; dog "S" word out on the curb; alarm clocks; the newspaper in this town is getting smaller, it's mostly obituaries; what we have in the bags; cable head end; chicken thighs good during report on Mars Rover; being homeless is against the law; musical interlude; Olympic stuff is closely watched; none the less we have our placement; an Olympic Theme sounds out; Blares OnAirs are out of the same stream of consciousness as dreams in which dreams arrive as they will; divided among myself regarding how this comes out.
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Blare OnAir - Friday Out There - Aug. 03, 2012 A (52:45) Different stuff
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Blare OnAir - Fruition - July 30, 2012 A (55:13) Audio consoles built into furniture; K-Mart and the failing Market Place shopping mall; Calculator; is the bank still there?; engineer suggests "spectrum analyzer"; radio men now have higher pitched girly voices because of hormones in the meat; we once had personalities on the radio; I'm bashing people... we're having a bash; KHZ is an indoor antenna testing station at 1640; women they're hiring today have munchkin voices; advantages and disadvantages of going back in time; the FCC rule for carrier current and leaky cable is one heck of a compound sentence; informal reading of a new radio play - "Bringing Art to the Radio" with Pierre Linear; WJR boomed in; Karl Haas and his big roll of tape;going one's own way.
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Blare OnAir - Inside Tech - July 23, 2012 BA (1:00:27) How all the hardware and software ties together
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Blare OnAir - Cordless - July 20, 2012 BA (58:29)  Major candidates for office sitting in silently; Restricted Radiotelephone License discussed; Cordless phone from Wallpaper Mart, the store with no walls, only aisles and product shelving; the one escape is to follow wind currents; wallet is pronounced "wall-ay'" a car parker is a "val-ETT", the license is "valid"; personal attacks on the air; management difficulties with snarley uncooperative talent; why the Low Power Hour was canceled and revived; field test of the new cordless phone; Carl's quest for glass dishware; looking for people from the past amidst name and gender changes; numerology as a method to price toilet paper; courtesy at the chicken counter.
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Blare OnAir - Stilted - July 17, 2012 A (57:57) Abrupt and unexpected startup in the hot heat with our small air conditioner; reflections on the "Dearth" or "Dirth" episode; the Low Power Hour was discontinued and restarted; delicate conversation about stunted mentality; self conscious of being recorded causes being "stilted"; listing the low power radio forums; a pledge to continue serving the low power broadcasters; nap at the desk followed by engagement in this program; our Wintennas for indoor outdoor transmission; cage monopole tower in center house sending FM to the AMT5000 located at the rear of the Internet Building; visiting the air conditioner side by side; making a call but reaching a machine; holding a solo meeting regarding a new purpose; attracting drones amuck; conversing about culture "from the east"; to be accepted in America as a symphony conductor it is beneficial to act European; the various fathers; seeing a nun without her headgear only long enough not to break her vow; reached Jackie Sinclair on phone, she stands for sun-mo-meters, has nothing against small transmitters; the very best of this show follows, and is too intricate to describe; indoor antennas for AM ..
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Blare OnAir - Dearth - July 13, 2012 A (59:35) Heat wave survivor talks of psychic trauma and the ethics of snitching; power generators.
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Blare OnAir - Ghost Riders - June 20, 2012 A (59:33) Psychology is the short-form of parapsychology; song singing studies; skate board ankle-breaks; city big enough for dancing; Hopalong Cassidy and the broken bed; the Drunkard in Spring song; hats and brain waves; kitchen police put saltpeter in the food; singing drunk.
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Blare OnAir - Freudian - June 16, 2012 A (59:07) Thighs today; all your breasts; heavy bachelor basket; polygamy by incorporation; Catholic education is not always an oxymoron; the skeleton key, the stairwell and the altar wine; nuns get none (of the authority); the shame of fame; number of radio personalities alive in the U.S.; looks are the quilification for TV anchor work; TV news stars do not associate with lowly staff; TV camera secrets; turning words upside down.
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Blare OnAir - Anything - June 15, 2012 A (58:58)  Odd books from the library cart while I taught college course in prison; about the View from Planet Nancy, her essay: "Awareness"; deflecting the 2nd Coming.
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Blare OnAir - Fine - June 6, 2012 A (58:49)  The finish of fine arts; peppermint exposure; office chair rolling; keeping notes might never pay off but the only way to know is to keep notes.
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Blare OnAir - The E-word - May 27, 2012 A (60:13)  How to earn income in low power radio; Akeem Lawanson's Rye Bread Radio and the trouble with the E-word; stop the show to clean the bottom shelf and start the air conditioner.
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Blare OnAir - Travus Farewell - May 18, 2012  Travus T. Hipp passed away peacefully in his sleep last night; Travus is also Chandler Laughlin III documented in the Who's Who of the hippy age (Wikipedia); Travus' last Commentary from the day he died; sad music by Franz Schmidt; tangential musings; the state rep with the high style urinating horse dog; psychologist Dr. Dave thinks we are in tragic times, which might not be good for his business of helping people who think we are in tragic times.
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Blare OnAir - Cuteness - May 12, 2012 A (58:48) The "i" in iPad, iPhone means "I" as in "Me"; Sea Salt is much better for you; hall marks; they called their camps "concentration" we call ours "FEMA"; connection between the point and the thing; the deception of Stag's law firm; Falcons are never funny while crows are much funnier than dogs; Procrastination on a fine day in May; trying to articulate an entire maelstrom of thoughts; the post office food drive; Romney and childhood; dogs and the difference between cuteness and beauty.
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Blare OnAir - All Sports - May 7, 2012 A (58:10)  Ordering a sports desk getting the run around; Lucky Premium Beer; Submarine Races; Who's On First; What It Was Was Football; Johnny Braddock Sports; fist fights; switch to drums; Longest Letter Award.  EDITOR'S COMMENT:  This show could be improved.
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Blare OnAir - Hey May - May 1, 2012 A (58:29) Previous cersize is ex-cersize; comparing a robin's worm twirling with Carole's recommendation of Liszt's Piano Concerto No. 1; rolling on chair from toom to room; Carl's essay "A Newt Farewell" By all musical theories bus riding is not transportation; Two radio dramas from Alex Jones; Attention deficit is caused by radio & TV constantly changing the subject; Keep pursuing happiness and it will keep running away; one interesting news story from FSRN; book review of Bertrand Russell; Rock Jocko arrest warrant.
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Blare OnAir - It Was a Dog Walker - Apr. 28, 2012 A (58:06) Between trimming privots and a violent storm Carl procrastinates by doing a show not on his 400-year to-do list; the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival is streaming in the background; Edie Adams, Ernie Kovacs wife, at the Toddle House; Carl advises that witches aren't dangerous unless they offer potions; dating a lady percussionist; survivalist food; child disaster fund.
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Blare OnAir - Organ Fill - April 19, 2012  A (56:32)  From the midst of our Thursday; contains full length tunes as fill samples; was to have been titled "Dead Air," but changed; announcer leaves mic open for a spell; Missouri politicians proof of human animal breeding; Snoopy and Romney Vandeventer contemplate an all out ball in their ball room; the noise community; Bea drives up in her yellow Caddy and treats us to an organ fill. 
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Blare OnAir - Cease and Desist - April 18, 2012  (59:52) Carl goes OnAir so as to avoid doing actual work; he might need a digging permit; turning the station on; skill stirring a cup of coffee; Stag Pinstripe compares cease and desist to goal and objective.
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Blare OnAir - Tavern Tutorial No. 4 - April 4, 2012  Woman from the dream saunters by; the roof mystery, blue agave; hearing loss.
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Blare OnAir - Pacing & Spacing - April 2, 2012  Reorganization continues with discussion of carrier current dedication, download changes, anti-semitism in religious circles.
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Blare OnAir - Disorganization - March 15, 2012  (54:43)  3rd Re-organization meeting; Sanitorium should learn some knowledge; head size; a calipar is a thing that measures things; campaign is not champagne; disaster movie analogy; the roof as a dog's only word; credits to the roofers; the cable went out and took KDX with it; Last Minute Radio Theater "Wedding Widow" & Idle American "Wedding Entertainment"; encounter with a hawk during a security sweep; the building dis-respecter & his clip-board; at the auto service with the thick-neck kid, scooter and dull father; the cable head-end and triangulation; sinking the rod; 1st girl friend was stronger than the bullies; the cable came back on and the day resolved; there should be a ban on children's costumes except while line-dancing; if there are things you can't say, what is the 1st Amendment? Chaplains are solemn and pius between bouts of joking; the fiber had been cut; possible retirement from broadcasting.
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Blair OnAir - Missal - March 14, 2012  (61:35)  2nd Re-organization meeting; sorting through continents; grinding the mortar; recording control re-adjusted; never remember the same thing twice; ground rods for carrier current; closet-tal music as Tchai-kow-sky; Robert's Rules of Order; daylight time gives jet lag; pet friendly brunch place; memory inaccessible; compessor on pickup; visit to basement carrier current location; Last Minute Radio Theater "The Big One"; Bible superstition; Robert's Rules of debate; 501(c3) status; how to write by-laws; God has a plan; prayer is a wish list; air raid sirens; Poe's Usher further discussion; Orwell's Newspeak; "The Homeland" and Strauss's Metamorposen; Evangelicalism = Evil Angel; the Sanitorium man's head-size; let's prey together; Missal missiles; barronized by the gentry; Monsoon Chemical Company olfactory research - women smell good despite product induced cancer; the morning crush.
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Blair OnAir - Art & Business - March 8, 2012 A (58:27)  Reorganization meeting is called; Bed & Barstool Magazine; Solar Storm; Robert's Rules suspended; Homesick Security word watch-list; House of Usher.
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Blare OnAir - All Rise - February 18, 2012  (59:07)  People who hear voices; stepping outdoors for a story about doves and police action; annual corporate affairs; confiding in you the listener; breakfasts not broadcast and Mathew's steak sauce; drunk gals at the parade; a sea change; solar eclipse; power generation; the philosophy of finishing a sentence; Idle American # 2 "I Am Woman"; fiscal years span two years; tax team of 1-man gone high rise; potato chips discussed in disgusting way; snack food slogan; should this station go commercial and what are the reasons not to; the Philosopher of Pessimism -"The Vanity of Existence"; grab your favorite bag and go.
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Blare OnAir - Idle American - February 10, 2012 A (54:08)  Intercept call from Low Power Hour; Rock Jocko and the dog; Haughty Shish talk show diva; George Hrab's Religious Moron; calls from listeners; Idle American; Last Minute Radio Theater - "Asteroid: Direct Hit".
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Blare OnAir - Near Landing - February 7, 2012  (55:59)  Awoke to possible nearby landing; network orchestras; Mischke Sample.
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Blare OnAir - LPH#22 - Maintenance  DXing Mischke in Minneapolis; carrier current eBay win; Murder On the Radio.
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Blare OnAir - Winter - January 20, 2012 (58:34)  Incident at a restaurant; winter ice; "Getting Sleepy" from Travus T. Hipp; DXing Tommy Mischke WCCO 830 Minneapollis-St. Paul; compressed air; designated broadcaster.
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Blare On Air - Typical Day - January 11, 2012 (57:56)  A typical day at KDX starts before it starts; waterboarding by all technical standards; thinking of fish, discharged vets badly supported; gender mix, Mid Winter Solstice Dream; early shift clause; the bear life style; ear contact; hum drum; occupy being skipped by big stream news; definition of fish; experiments with bit rate; the Power Hour; the octaves.
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Blare OnAir - Even - Dec. 24, 2011 (60:40)  This is only a test; appetite is a strong motivating force; took a chance and went out during the last minute; used visualization to control the traffic; book review "In Praise of Idle Time" by Bertrand Russell; DXing to find WCCO at 830 in Minneapolis up at the drooling mouth of the river with us down here in the mid-section where it really starts to run; at home surgery as an advancement for butcheresses; the vasectomy; churches should not be allowed to have radio licenses; advice given to have a little Carl Blare; subject dropped when I reported that 25-year old women are the most fertile if they can get off the cell phone long enough; short pudgy Gingrich Kahn would rule the world; Tommy Mischke at WCCO named a radio personality; Blare is truly disorganized, it's not planned; altar wine being had; misandrists learn something at new age class but Carl doesn't know what; "Radio Curious" welcomed as new program; Carl's one baseball game in 1953; recalling the tavern tutorials and planning a 4th and 5th tutorial; Rodion Schedrin's ballet Anna Karinina where the orchestra transforms into a train; American culture consists of sports and shopping.
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Blare OnAir - Winter Solstice 2011 - Part 1 - Dec. 8, 2011 (70:23) / Part 2 - Dec. 9, 2011 (54:26)  Part One_Carl and compatriot Ned Steady launch an all out celebration; AMT5000 transmitter in service being heard at Save-So-Much parking lot; Carl unable to think of "hypothermia"; annual trip to brewery trouble choosing from many kinds; power surge during robotic surgery; Rock Jocko's voice difficult to maintain; with radio you are there; behavior at symphony concerts; Fr. Gerald Mother sermon from Steeple of Saints Church about the 900 Confession Hotline and Drive-Through Communion.  Part Two_The next day following lucid dreaming; the dogma of dogged creationists and other notions in relation to the winter solstice; "The best organization grows from the finest confusion" - a Blare WizDum; Essay: "Women" by Chauncey L. Fitzkilpatsky; why TSA reaches into garments while they are currently being worn; can deathcamps be far behind?; you are not free to leave, it's expensive to leave; it may be "The Homeland" but it isn't clear whose home; Buster Boatrocker's "horsetail style" look for women; "The Unwatched Pot Boils Over"-WizDum; argument over "multimedia"; the religious aspect of music; the dicing of the local park by highways and golf; mockingbird concerts; the public must vacate so the public has access; the many evenings around the globe.
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Blare OnAir - Here's What I Think - November 23, 2011 (55:00) -- On gays, prostitution, pro-choice and other issues.
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Blare OnAir - Baton - Nov. 18, 2011 (59:38)  History of the baton from Louisiana, parades, podiums, bats, clubs, chop-sticks and cigars; army induction as a cure for smoking; shoe polish bottle as weapon; walnut snack; defend yourself from baton attack by messing up the hair of the attacker with a small battery operated fan; Tony Bates from WBAI NYC, Occupy Wall Street Radio with a leaked police memo; noisy dogs are better than thieving lying children; 50,184 radio stations are on Shoutcast right now, and KDX is one of them; the world of LED light bulbs; the black haired woman would be asked to wait while I did the Blare Show; defining the light in near death experience; combining two things at the same time; will it be a crime to lie on the internet?
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Blare OnAir - Zarmy -November 13, 2011 A? (60:48)  This very Blare Description Page is officially started with the task of collating all the Blare Shows dating way back; a long wave transmitter is being designed; C. Randy Limphand the Happy Poet; "Philosophy Talk" from Stanford U. now weekly on KDX; Loretta looked up neighbors while she worked at Social Security; David Ike on Alex Jones Show says some of what we see is real; in god we trust because you can't trust the money; Edgar Allan Poe must have been from Europe because he was good; evolution and sports; army of zombies vs. civilization; police glossary is a one-pager; the hierarchy of falconry; why there's oatmeal in the coffee.
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Blare OnAir - Occupied - October 18, 2011  (57:44)  Carl and his entourage occupy the Internet Building and have a combination party, picnic and protest; dreaming while awake; implement of execution up on a water tower; the Cain candidate; cancer tatoos; waterboard toy; Buster's Go Figure; drama: Stranger Than Ever.
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Blare OnAir - Stand Out - October 12, 2011  Rain proof paint, time radio station, Buster Boatrocker's Go Figure, Stag Pinstripe & Dr. Proctor Cavalier Point/Counterpoint.
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Blare OnAir - On Vacation - October 5, 2011 A (1:00:22) Carl fills in for himself during vacation; Annual Bean Supper and Brass Band Concert; some recorded music.
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Blare OnAir - Legal Alien - September 27, 2011  C-SPAN; profile of TV watcher; impatient drivers; acknowledging skin; deceived by Cheater Cable; librarians in the home; a-TEE phone company; fireworks replicate war; legal alien; flesh colored crayon; history of words; Michelle Bachman's eyes; Media Monarchy added to schedule; press credentials from god; under-cover dangling microphone; decency obscene and lewd; academic and scholarly history of F word [BEWARE: THE F___ WORD IS SAID 200 TIMES].
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Blare OnAir - The Rush - Sept. 23, 2011 (56:20) -  Testing of Alpmic Version 12.8g; complaint about frenetic morning radio; definition of the word "radio".
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Blare OnAir - Witches - September 21, 2011
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Blair OnAir - Flying Colors - September 16, 2011  Senior Olympics; unable to do math; 7-hours at ground-zero; symphony interuptus; left-handed piano.
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Blare OnAir - Eleven - September 11, 2011  Reflections on 9/11
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Blare OnAir - One Thing Another - Aug. 25, 2011
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Blare OnAir - Moon Reset - August 16, 2011  Every quarter year at 3:17 AM; at the moment of writing this description I cannot remember what is on this episode.
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Blare OnAir - On Or About - August 10, 2011  Correct and Clarify SALMON; Wallpaper Mart
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Blare OnAir - Placement - July 29, 2011  Movies and TV sports contain "placements" of consumer products, a subliminal form of advertising cigarettes, automobiles, alcoholic drinks and tennis shoes. Now KDX has the world's first "radio placements."
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Blare OnAir - Grip On Reality - July 13, 2011  hold
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Blare OnAir - Sense - July 5, 2011 (1 Hr.)
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Blare OnAir - Honesty - June 22, 2011  (60:34)  Being honest is not much normal; honesty and hypocricy don't mix; conformunist behavior described; offended parties threaten major penalties; Stag Pinstripe's legal opinion.
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Blare OnAir - Selfcide - June 7, 2011  (56:33)  Memorial for Dr. Jack Kevorkian and the selfcide roundtable of world philosophers.
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Blare OnAir - Deserve - May 22, 2011  (58:18)  Low Power In the News - Introduction of AMT5000; robin nest; essay: jury of rears; trip to Walmart; roof punctured for the rapture; deserved executions; misandrists to screw lightbulb; Bob & Ray "Interview in Depth"; "Ask not what you've been asking," Kennedy got it backwards; Father Mother's book; rinse your recyclables;  big church architecture must mean something.
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Blare OnAir - Bison Burger - May 7, 2011  Mistake list; Bob and Ray security; Republican Christine O'Donnel surprised that separation of religion and state is in Constitution; Alex Jones and Harry Shearer about NPR; Rollye James mentioned for no reason; vodka and blue food; author of Green Hornet comes to town.
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Blare OnAir - Hoops - April 6, 2011 (59:28)  Basketball repairs; accepted by IPR; noise; thin-skinned army; Door to Door Door; brash talk show women; Tribute to Roger Abbott; starter poet.
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Blare OnAir - Well Day - March 18, 2011 Look back at Adventures in the 3rd Dementia; speaking in school; head hitting history; public domain classics; employment requires working unless you get a well day; permanent abilities; violin chased by orchestra; iDevices; previous lives; things moving in the periphery; is Charlie Sheen o.k?; unscheduled ice; heavenly ledger; Stanley Elkin The Living End; Garner Ted Armstrong The World Tomorrow today; the angel of death is rather charming; is that chicken alright?
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Blare On Air - Charlie Sheen - March 7, 2011  From ground 4; inventors; calmed up; can't call by random number; Jackie Sinclair unavailable; social incident; one of these days we'll explain KDX; Charlie Sheen stands high in our esteem; cultural famine in the midwaste; personal radio; Word Jazz invented by Nordine; the Bible is a book in the public domain; Plastic Man demonstration; talk on FM; hate speech man; enunciation with no audience.
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Blare OnAir - Thaw - February 17, 2011  Titling the programs; name servers; collecting unknown smart words; correction fluid in the Gulf; illegal to have in an opinion; big thaw; actually thinking thoughts and having ideas; recall the novecane; audio mixer & mic mods; voice recording; narcisistic wound and other misandry; diplomat for Anti Misandry League; founding of Home School College; succombing to infomercials; blue food; home built microphone; be a spy; news director; from the Whole Bowl; wireless mic; wizdumb on formal education.
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Blare OnAir - Stuck Up - January 16, 2011 A (59:10) Full spectrum color and gray days; hit sensation Low Power Hour; waking dreams; 3D audio; hearing things differently; gender hearing; slogans; meditation defined; with age the compulsion to do this show arises and falls very quickly; semi-sweet red sounds different; culture imported from the old world; homesick security; biggest dead beat dad in history; species with one gender;
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Blare OnAir - Za Homeland - January 4, 2011 (59:21)  Name change without formality: Za Homeland, formerly the U.S.A.;
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Blare OnAir - New Year Address - December 29, 2010 (54:59)  Two class military vs. the other two class military; the nice civilians provide recruits and budgets; displaced and replaced by The Homeland, a country that doesn't have a constitution; a nun teaches individualism vs. conformunism; non personality years; might need a Rhine castle; redefinition of everything from the Transendental Bench; sports represents the violence of hatred; listener locations; if you have medical insurance you don't have medical insurance; as I was about to say; withhold comment.
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Blare OnAir - Night of the Living Blare - December 20, 2010 A (35:26)  The Winter Solstice show for 2010; bought the bank; telleresses are prettier than anyone at kdx; going out trying to hear birds; honey is becoming scarce because of genetically modified scientists; the guardian angel let me fall on the ice; unknown familiar words; entropy generator; locales which listen to kdx; the Mumia Abu-Jamal story; Baroque Music Special from Wfmt; women on cell phones in trucks with fashion handbags & shoes; anti-misandry league diplomacy.
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Blare OnAir - KDX-TV - November 17, 2010  Camera television on KDX-TV; Lowell Thomas the great CBS radio newscaster; Bob and Ray present Charles the Poet; Stan Freberg presents a Hi Fi Demonstration; home theatre vs. little computer screens; Wendell Potter speaks out on deceptive healthcare-Amy Goodman Democracy Now!
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Blare OnAir - Gossip Network - November 9, 2010 A (57:55) Gossip has it that the ecentric Carl Blare believes he has a radio station. Many voices can be heard from his house yet he is the only one who comes and goes; Memories From the Past with old man who remembers before door knobs; building a cup of coffee in the Upper Management Lounge; Carl knows we've lived before while being skeptical about it; past life memories; people have the knowledge they want don't tell them any more; one banana day gives 13% of nutrients needed;
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Blare OnAir - Beans - November 3, 2010  (59:10) One of a Two Part Program; just back from REM; things left out of a different program; later that same day; speed listening; Bob and Ray present Flaming Bombadine; skirt around the truth; don't leave, don't link; gardening from prison; comments on "Perfect Master;" scanning 140mHz on up; Lohengrin on KDX; politicians will bring back jobs and the economy; Election Day stream didn't; Monsoon Chemical pesticating the bees; the self-proclaimed scientists down the street; was it homesick security or another hacker; news conference about expansion being toyed with including holy water from the Vatican.
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Blare OnAir - Perfect Master - November 1, 2010  hold
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Blare OnAir - Red Book - October 2, 2010 A (35:08) Making space for the book; Terms and conditions of the show; Contradictions have slipped off, watch for them; Part B with Jackie Sinclair is side-tracked.
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Blare OnAir - Coarse and Callous - September 28, 2010  A  (58:47)  After hours introduction to KDX Radio; eurasion sparrow house repair; surveillance giraffes seen looking in upper story windows; everybody is playing computer solitaire; KDX to carry computer solitaire finals; the haters send drones into countries to kill people; Harry Shearer about his film "The Big Uneasy" and NPR's problem describing it; the castrato NPR announcers; misandrists have a license to degrade men; classical music is closet-al music; WGN-FM, owned by the"World's Greatest Newspaper", became WFMT the Fine Arts Station; World Series isn't world wide; focussed on the wrong problem; steamed vegatables with white vinegar; Keith Perron eats on air; inrageous.
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Blare OnAir - Bus Driver - September 22, 2010  A  (57:45)  The Internet Building in the Center of North America; advantage of quiet lawnmowers; they think my grass is cut by Pope Benedict; bachelor basket at Save So Much  noticed a  white-slacked woman within the gaze of vision; we make of things what we want them to be and thus are oft decieved; Carl likes being multi-classial; contents of grocery cart reveal a lot; X-rays and safety; a couple in the check-out line asked for a ride; Carl played bus driver; the passengers were annoying; followed by an angry tail gater; a day dream can beat reality; as a lark, while being a bird, Carl takes public buses and trains; asked again - "are you a pastor?"; there is more intrusion than when there was less intrusion; recycled ink cartridges - hacking ink; micro-transmitters under part 15; finding a clear channel; honesty gets you nowhere; Dr. Laura Slush-Slinger; cut-in by the spare Carl Blare with a Harry Shearer moment: "Terror Babies"; Alex Jones has disturbing law enforcement incident; mis-pronounced words. a New Age platitude about "When Things Happen".
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Blare OnAir - Half Pants - September 11, 2010 A (60:02)  Carl Blare appears prior to the program with a Pre Face; purpose of this week's show is to save face following the last program; Dr. Sigmund Psickie of Psickie Psyche Services made a special trip in; Carl Blare named diplomat for Anti Misandry League; embaressed by American book burner; Harry Shearer interviews a book burner; defective balls result in a legacy of stupid games; once you start learning confusion expands; before we give up alcohol we have to take it up; Carl admires ascotts and floor length capes; the proportion has to do with the Golden Mean; Pythagoras deserves more attention than he gets; Free Talk Live talks of capes; the official from the Department of Official Business; the Koran dilema; men want to follow women because women have absolute beauty; what nature has in mind with its stickum and nectar; in dreams I am made the leader and they say, "Glen?"; the problem with aging reversal; Carl Blare talks about preaching but doesn't actually preach; closer to a fuller vocabulary; 72-degrees is very comfortable;
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Blare OnAir - Harvest - September 8, 2010 A (55:16)  Various concerns include "professors who don't profess"; "There's no accounting for taste" as a haughty put down; you should be willing to go so far as to be misunderstood; man is the anti-entropy (R. Buckminster Fuller); "daily streaming regimen" sounds medical; make it to work on time then take a nap;  hibernation is one step below consternation as far as the great nations are concerned; Plato and his platonic relationships; several kinds of "bration" in the world, including "celebration"; skepticism is journalism; kdx is too small for some; image is way ahead of reality; men wearing half-pants look like six year olds; the numbskullery of burning the Quoran; opening a cork sealed Malbec; fishing through the dumpster; the ladies who questioned whether God would undo damage to the world; the end of evil deeds is assured; the best in life is when you can't stop laughing.
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Blare OnAir - Alpmic V 12.7 - September 7, 2010  Bit of a technical description of changes to the Ampmic, including a little history of the microphone; something about "remote viewing"; how the mic sounds when backing into another room; in the hoard of saved junk the item you need is always the one you don't have; repair or replace broken appliances; the huge owls doing it at 5:30 AM; Carl avoids noisy power equipment and trims his hedges by hand; the two empty headed women asked me about God helping the world, and I avoided the discussion; handed a comic book named "The Watchtower"; eating is splendid; the skill of waking and sleeping; some Jung psychology about knowing yourself; misanthropy , hatred of humanity and misandry, hatred of men; how Alex Jones was trashed by mainline media; "When you're not rational, there's always a way"; skeptics who are skeptical of other skeptics; vaccines as a tool for genocide; the cumulative effect of microwave exposure; thank me for supporting Blare OnAir.
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Blare OnAir - Alpmic V 12.6 - September 2, 2010  Testing the newest microphone version; pushed around by women; it's been raining; out there listening to rain; Jackie Sinclair leaves a message about eggs; method of saving some bugs from extermination; capital punishment for certain bugs; the alternative from the old media; Lip Limber Show; Internet Building from a tool shed; shows that flopped; Tony Seton QNN; as far as Sam and Deidre are concerned; Jane in New York and an owl; an ugly telephone message in Pennsylvania from the tax collector; the news begins with a question and ends with a guess; drinkers live longer than abstainers, unless they don't; drink at midnight; I don't know what I've lost; Tony Seton's "Seton Notes" about Seton Notes; Terry Salomonson on hold; about the microphone being improved; voices of note; refusing to install more lights to improve visibility; a thing on ego; if you are in a house you should have dogs or children, but not a radio station; the illegal satellite dish and the mosquito farm.
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Blare OnAir - Alpmic 12.5 - August 20, 2010  Whistling as a radio moment; lipstick as a comodity; everything comes down to a bird story - Jane and crow; the whole story about "Beast" the crow; the case against our recording studio and our victoreous survival. birds have mutes to worry about.
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Blare OnAir - Alpmic V 12.1 - August 19, 2010 B (59:07)  Recollections of the last show's presentation of Billy Holiday's "Gloomy Sunday"; discussion of classical radio experience; the airplane accident in 1974 with all of its side stories; John Simmons the carpenter was in the house on the property where the plane came down; start of "The Upper Mangement Lounge" just like military commissionship; cynical or skeptical; see the microphone I'm speaking on; the Radio Shack capsules; women on radio discussed; changes in radio voices since the days when announcers sounded good; express your fantasy life aloud despite whatever trouble may ensue; cherries, peaches, leeks and other vegetations; finding Carl's cup; ever since the oil spill the water's been great; discussion of the fabled "Alpmic"; drinking and radio has interferred with some radio careers; some radio stations have no refrigerators; discovering beer cans in the ceiling; Harry Schearer's "Small People"; bottle in the turntable; dual mindeness; IP address mention including listener server locations; some kind of banter about microphone stuff; getting the brain healed through microphone design; speaking from "The World Go Round".
TECH NOTE: Alpmic V 12.1 not liked on 6/18/17.
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Blare OnAir - Yell Fire - August 12, 2010  Act your age; chicken at Save-So-Much and looking like Johnny Depp; waiting for thought to begin; naming and numbering days, weeks and years; it goes without saying and never mind; tobacco is a dangler to keep people from growing tobacco plants; tobacco leaves in a salad; blank pages look hopeful; I'd like to hear from the other side of your face; Freedom to Listen requires Freedom to Speak; acting old at a young age; Ken Nordine "Life is Serious"; toying with titling ideas; the general manager wants to see you; eccentric thousandaire Carl Blare the specific manager; attaching the WAC detachment; noo-cue-lar is moronic; what people believe is what they'll stick with; promoting good ideas is a lost cause; he played Mahler for polite educated people; Billy Holiday "Gloomy Sunday"; Mahler's 10th; Bamboo Thoughts.
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Logical Conversation - August 5, 2010  Prototype of a short version of Blare OnAir
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Blair OnAir - Trying to Think - August 3, 2010 A (57:15) Trying to think; odd call; loppy word strings; dementia discussion; Blare OnAir began as a program; KDX is a PCJ "Partner Station"; Rule of Law Radio Network; vocabulary brown outs; loose affiliation with Home School College; what is a "campus?"; foldup cot; local national emergencies; the relatives show up for a disastor; likes dogs but not in house; words through the bird hole; public serpents coined by Deborah Stevens; many corners of the world; webcams and special makeup; zoo parrot; e-mail tirade didn't balance; group ownership wrecked radio by putting all the stations in one room; vanity radio is like narcicism; butcheress thought I was Pastor Johnny Depp; Speculation Theatre and other neighbor gossip; 1-Line Poems; people do not want to abandon old beliefs; the "don't know" list; things you don't know you don't know; the dog died; 9th symphonies.
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Blare OnAir - Bombast - July 4, 2010  (55:30)  4th of July Celebration from World Famous Forest Park; Morgan Ford Introduces Festivities; Carl Blare's Reverant Opening Remarks; Patio Promenade Parade Orchestra plays Stars and Stripes; Ask and Tell Drill Team; Onion Radio News "5 Deleted Amendments"; fireworks are banned for safety reasons so we have an actual air battle; Carl Blare the "patrician" introduces Alex Jones on Elena Kagan; pick Carl Blare for judge; Idle American presents a tool shed band which didn't have a garage; another "pat" word: patient; Terry Salomonson on old radio; like a continuous cell phone conversation; the Green Hornet Book; Onion Radio News announces new U.S. motto; American composers of European music; Ferde Grofe depicts Niagra Falls; Idle American Stan Freberg "Widescreen Mama Blues"; Finale from the Niagra Hydroelectric Power Plant.
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Blare OnAir - In House - June 27, 2010 (55:31) Difference between self-important people and famous people; Brief talk with Terry Salomonson; farewell to Radio Netherlands original little house in Hilversum; Carl Blare steps in to save the audience from a long-winded discussion about radio stations in houses; looking into honey as a food; chain of command at EZ 102; lacks an actual ending.
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Blare OnAir - - June 25, 2010 -- NEVER PRODUCED -- Was to be "Women 3".
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Blare OnAir - The Solstice - June 20, 2010  Coffee and tea may be beneficial; Idle American - Bonzo Dog Band; Moondog from the streets of New York - Coffee Beans; "The Sun" by Ron Goodwin with the BBC Orchestra; Court Room Drama of the Air - Bob & Ray; the chairman of BP feels sorry for the small people; two more Bob & Ray legal dramas; news - sitting can be hazardous; Bonus Bob & Ray - Public Lawyer; standing can be hazardous; Another Bonus Bob & Ray "Word Carr in Hollywood" - filming of "Anatomy of a Jury" with Flint Lock; Terry Salomonson back from a book tour on release of his "The Green Hornet" book; synchronizing watches; glorious ending
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Blare OnAir - Women 2 - June 13, 2010  (54:44)  Who did you say they were?
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Blare OnAir - War - June 6, 2010 (55:25) Theme "Dr. Strangelove"; Stan Freberg recruitment; Edmund de Luca's "Conquerors of the Ages"; news report - "The people who ruined the world are being put in charge because of previous experience"; "A Time To Love and a Time to Die" a Universal - International Picture; Ken Nordine recruitement; Kurt Weill & Lotte Lenya "Green Up Time"; strasse parade march; Water Board Set - commercial; Ballad of Gunga Dinn "The Bugler"; Mitch Miller & the Sing-along Gang "Army Training"; Leningrad Symphony - German seige; the War Toy just winds down - Stan Freberg; Carl Blare fills the last minute with jibber jabber.
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Blare OnAir - 3rd Year - May 30, 2010 A (55:20) Starting 4th year online; two online and several Demand Radio stations; Alex Jones about spare post office space; spaced in from sun exposure; Palin platitudes; Porch Patio Pavilion Promenade Orchestra; patrolman Rock Jocko on "What have you got to hide"; Idle American- Jonathan and Darlene "Love Is In the Air";
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Blare OnAir - Women - May 23, 2010 (55:10) Who are they?
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Blare OnAir - Cans in Rear - May 16, 2010 (54:46) Pudge Gentry-Snooter for office; Ken Nordine from WBBM "Movers and Shakers"; can't forget Bob and Ray "Galaxy of the Baboons"; you may be truckulant as long as you're ambulatory;  PCJ Spelling Tournament, the word is "Taipei"; clear the way for emergency vehicles; I'd rather have a pillar than a pole; beginning on Friday of the day before Cinco de Mayo some complicated math; lag effect afterword; "Alex Jones Show" appearance; being too up front may be a bad idea;
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Blare OnAir - Cuotro de Mayo - May 9, 2010 A (54:31) The 4th of May - Carl deep brushes in the multi-gender room; Corona Beer; talking about upcoming programs in the "Ws", "Witches, Women and War"; mention of "The Concert" series from the Gardner in Boston, music by Julius Hemphill; "Heart Blues"; Poem about facelift by C. Bukowski; "Behold a Pale Horse" Maurice Jarre; "Gnats" and "Spring Day" Herman Hesse; "Cinco de Mayo" Katie Strand.
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Blare OnAir - Breakfast Conversation - April 25, 2010  contents
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Blare OnAir - Curved Air - April 18, 2010 A (56:27) Planning to visit the archive; new Stuph File program; our program from the unconscious as explored by C.G.Jung; what about religion and politics; program "Out of Context", about things that haven't come up; this would be a very smart program if I could just tie it together; our sign on fanfare; "In Heaven Everything is Fine" sign off hymn; documenting heaven; brought to you by luggage; down into the vault, finding the beer, coming back up; "to hell with civil liberties" a propaganda example from a network tv law show; Les Baxter's score for Jules Verne's "Master of the World" starring Vincent Price; Terry Riley's "A Rainbow in Curved Air"; what else is on the air? Meg Welles Quintette dial scan.
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Blare OnAir - The Green Hornet - Apr. 11, 2010  Guam may capsize according to Congressman Hank Johnson; Tiawan in danger of tipping over; "Barbarella"; Walter Carlos "Bach"; Terry Salomonson of Audio Classics authors "Green Hornet" the book; Put Down Artists Guild
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Blare OnAir - Each Today - Apr. 4, 2010 (54:16) Jackie Sinclair helps set up phone for recording; executing the show with a healthy mind; discussion of electronic music; "Gargoyles" by Vladimir Ussachevsky; "Casanova 70"; word puzzle book; watching a man garden; Kadrisha blows a sale; "You'd Better Believe It"; testing the wheels; dead program walking.
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Blare OnAir - The Scentsus - March 28, 2010  (54:09)  This counts as 2 programs; mood altering beams; radio in every home with Bob and Ray; shallow thought exercises; Firehouse 5 Let's Have a Party; equinox and St. Pat's day; electronic music for cartoon figures & orchestra; Mae West Twist & Shout; the country name change; The Scentsus smells; freedom to listen; Waldo De los Rios Mozart Overture with rock precussion then, soon after, took his life; the super-unnatural and the para-abnormal; dancing to the last; expanding the alphabet; consciousness is the connection to the ego; voice in the bewilderness.
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Blare OnAir - Mindfulness - March 21, 2010 A (54:09) The para-abnormal; cliches; what is consciousness? composers using similar gimmick; being mindful is like being there; hermaphrodite; Tesla earthquake machine.
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Blare OnAir - Parades Everywhere - March 14, 2010 (55:18) Recall Jackie Sinclair concern about thin seams from last show; attempt to call her again; the "what's happening sound"; history of Blare OnAir stemming from invention of Herbert St. Charles; vieweing opportunities from the 16th floor jazz studio; the free form station in the 3-story communal house; the Blare corner of the room was first to be an N-scale railroad; contact with Jackie Sinclair, she doesn't care that the Blare Show wiil be carried by PCJ Media, asks to hear the "history of China", but runs her vacuum cleaner; Dick Cavett & Mel Brooks do a Ballentine Beer ad; out of mind experiences - "cliche analysis" including hell and handbaskets; minister with 4-jugs of Burgandy for after hour services; Annual Smartest Man Parade; the "S" fell; Firehouse 5 + 2 "Chinatown"; NEWS From Everywhere to Everywhere Else - Coverage of  selection of Blare OnAir for the PCJ Program Lineup; the Bach Tocatta scene from "Phaedra"; for next Forest Park Cafe visit with Trek Zabota a "Deep Sea Symphony"; Vims Vitamins; no one knows how much is unknown; parade in Tepei, Taiwan to celebrate Blare OnAir; from the Finishing Stage of the Illegitimate Theatre.
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Blare OnAir - Consultant - March 7, 2010 (56:24) PCJ Media in Tepei, Taiwan, is considering carriage of Blare OnAir, Carl misunderstood the word "digitized" to mean "dignified"; all of this is an artist's medium. Not the room, the program; philosophy and psychology separated but I forget; instead of fox trot we do modern rock n' roll; English is sometimes far afield here on Blare, phone rings: Jackie Sinclair phones in. suggestion to start a truck stop is being considered, strikes himself funny but doesn't know why, Tepei is on the other side of the basketball from here; radio to your door; acceptable for "airage and carriage"; eating dogs is taboo; rebuttals and fillibusters; bad quality clothes; movie "Day After Tomorrow"; singles bars in youth; news college age kids to serve time for scattering cotton balls; durable and dependable; Haughty Shish and the single's bar - make-believe conversation over the din; "Out of Context" don't ask change brought under question; meditating to percussion music.
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Blare OnAir -- March 2, 2010 -- Part A_incomplete (58:27) Speaking off-the-cuff is self-scripting; Carl's had 3-and-a-half drafts; accumulated ideas all day become fused; it remains unknown what Carl would have done other than broadcasting; that make-believe radio station the buddy up the street and I built; the 78rpm record "Lilly Hot from Chile" served in place of the National Anthem; broken space-heater served as antenna; a floor lamp, broom handle and hanging can of dog food represented out boom microphone; our pre-pubescent voice spoke to a large and growing imaginary audience; now in late career at Happy Pasture Retirement Carnival aboard a cruise ship in dry dock; needs to excuse himself from the room at this age, the beer, you know; a guy showed up drunk 6-hours ahead of schedule and didn't return 6-hours later; testing Haughty Shish's advice to attend a singles' bar - women would check me out; the beautiful women are scouting for the homely one, and usually the homely ones make the best mates.
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Blare OnAir - Radio Rat Tat Tat - Feb. 25, 2010 (58:28) Lindy Matsco under siege regarding school cams aimed at students in their home; the government formerly called "ours" is setting up surveillance on us; they search prisoners in prison and Americans at airports; your cell phone and e-mail are being tracked; Margo Casmann bishop of a German church found drunk by a red light camera; Carl belongs to all of the churches he's ever belonged to; the conscious and unconscious of C.G.Jung; rare subject of death; Carl is a feminist and not a masculanist; Russell Means explains women; referring back to the Margo Casmann incident, the church reveals its hypocrisy by ignoring redemption and forgiveness and simply dispensing with "offenders"; KDX is the cockpit of a 742; acting like a radio commentator; the library will get movies for patrons; if all those women were here we could shut KDX down; go after the dogs with a 2-by-4; reduction to simple formula; lonely at the top; is it lonely at the middle?; until 9 PM when KDX leaves the stream and shuts down; "In Heaven Everything is Fine" at last; definition of loneliness; silence as a program; reading from Jung- "We cannot imagine getting rid of our machines"-"we are courting disaster"; Vote for Smerd; undertaking overtaking - Don Cory dead at 58 - a very touching speil about following up on intentions; "Ready For the River" a sense of ending it; the Radio Announcer of the U.S. fails to show.
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Blare OnAir - Armstrong System - Feb 18, 2010 (1:02:54) Suddenly on air early in morning; the history of FM; the flaw of the patent system; why RCA Victor named themselves "victor"; 78 rpm records would crack easily if you took them to bed; the KADY KADI story; 102.5 in penthouse; the Radio Announcer of the US totally doesn't get it; mystery stations hidden on FM that no one knew about; honey in the coffee makes me go hyper; WGN-FM becomes WFMT; the WFMT courtship; Death Knell is a titled woman who goes to femilitia meetings; women are more important than men; psychic barbs as a secret weapon;
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Blare OnAir - Web Shutdown - February 13, 2010 A (37:49) The Radio Announcer of the United States will save the internet; the internet is being shut down; scribe services; approach avoidance; moods coming and going; intend avoid; America hadn't even been named yet; sharing fantasies; the "soul" question; Carl Blare's big public education; to-do list will take 400-years.
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Blare OnAir - Earthquake Machine - February 9, 2010 A (39:29) Inserted between other episodes; mispelling "among"; the unconscious is another area; the National radio announcer sounds authoritative when he authorizes what some author wrote; nature traps women into reproduction; the femilitia; earthquake machine in Haiti from Nicola Tesla; high pitched voice barb from Lotte da Visciousky; with drugs you see everything as one whereas with alcohol you see three worlds; asking tell as a question; single bachelor; member of 3 or 4 religions; Hope Springs a Turtle.
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Blare OnAir - January 29, 2010 (31:42) Goddess Janus; men in black dresses say corporations are persons; RFID chips; large clocks; Carl Jung's activity while Carl Blare worked in FM; Windows Media Player is what you've got; fail getting consultant on phone;
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Blare OnAir - Internet Addiction - January 18, 2010  hold
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Blare On Air - Characters - January 11, 2010  (59:10)  Leaf sucking sound canon and gentrified calendar; railroad calendars and self-made calendars; voice characters on radio include Harry Shearer, Bob and Ray, Ken Nordine; a word with white supremists - you are over simplifying - it's not about race, it's about power; le Show with Harry Schearer - John McCane talks to Pakistani president; ice cream delivered for Bob & Ray picnic; Ken Nordine counts phone rings - he reaches himself on the other end - his neighbor plays drums at 2 AM - hundreds of millions of sleepers - the present is the only moment - what time is it?; a guy I knew who bragged about beating prisoners while serving as a volunteer policeman.
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Blare OnAir - Moon Time - January 7, 2010  Moon Time is not 24-hour time; the shaking is shivering; conserving energy by oxygen shortage; suspended animation minus animation; Cabale News dogs with Tavus T. Hipp; Dog by Lawrence Ferlinghetti; Concerned about Deborah and Jerry in Austin at 90.1 FM and The Rule of Law Radio Network; Conversation on radio with Bob and Ray; Converted sound canon; blowing hot air on a cold day; hearing Jean Shepherd; what do you have to say?; Mr. Rogers to cheer us.
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Blare OnAir - Much of a Drinker - Jan. 2, 2010  The calculable new year is not the same as the one they have; returning to 12 days of christmas; Easter means "the east star"; this show is like a tour guide for the station; the limits of humor; criticism; stories from the classical period; a woman told me a question; beer types, Gorlack talks with dogs; recovery from the potion of  the witch Xmas Eva; BUI = broadcasting under intoxication; there are things in life that pass by before they're settled, including almost everything; an imperfect fool; in 12-degree weather you can't expect to be a surviver later; KDX in a brewery; calling up old girlfriends with prepared notes; times when the truth isn't any use.
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Blare OnAir - Naivte Scene - December 27, 2009 (62:08) Small letters for earth sun; from the illegitimate theater; Annual Naivete Scene in front of  federal building; Carl was on Happy Station; 1st Annual New Year Message; self imposed exile; Stan Freberg Green Christmas; Father Gerald Mother's play review; Henry Morgan empties bottles; our generous policy on loose pets; Ken Nordine Inchoate Blues; The Sun by Ron Goodwin; Haughty Shish interviews Carl; Ken Nordine Scratch; indoor football game.
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Blare OnAir - Spin Ball - December 20, 2009  (67:01) Celebration of the Winter Solstice; Perry Como Solstice Dream; the astounding  Arthur Honegger on his hospital death bed "Solstice Cantata"; god's biological clock vs. the gender situation; Rotary Connection Silent Night.
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Blare OnAir - Losing the South Pole - Dec. 13, 2009 -
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Blare OnAir - Semi Technical - Dec. 6, 2009
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Blare OnAir - Solder Smoke - Nov. 22, 2009  Topic list branches uncontrollably; Keith Perron of The Happy Station interviewed Carl Blare of KDX; Tom Meyer Intro from Hilversum, Holland; you have to know what the positive side of a situation would have been; we want KDX to go as far away as possible; immune system vs. solder smoke; two KDX stations plus the mind is like a third KDX; Carl steps outside but forgets why; voice exercise; introduction to one of the early editions of what came to be known as Blare OnAir (not included); he makes time slow down - Nordine - NOW; the gentry need us as shoppers.
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Blare OnAir - 3rd KDX - Nov. 21, 2009 A (49:24)  This is a True Story told by Carl Blare; "Blare OnAir is not affiliated with any airline; An older show from the early days in 2007; sore throat caused by solder smoke; in process of building the shortwave transmitter; KDX 1 is sending Alex Jones on 1640 kHz; KDX2 is playing "Has Been Hotel" from the jazz age 100 years ago; Ken Nordine "Now".
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Blare OnAir - Running Start - Nov. 15, 2009  Carl is not drunk, but; does Chicago still have el-trains?; public transportation; this bus doesn't go there anymore; the goofy metro rail system; Augusta River Valley Red; discussion as to why there are two KDX streams; checking in again with KCJJ in Iowa City; on the wrong bus until being on the right bus; the All School Orchestra Strauss Waltz; Iowa is just off center; tuning in to Pahrump Talk Radio the "Can't Sleep Show"; defining the mids; indy media is not from Indiana; struggling with new world order vs. the homeland; border inequities; it's good to know what you're talking about at the time you are talking about it; Zach Riot and his indy media podcast; Carl Blare's movie.."Terms of Indifference".
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Blare OnAir - AM 1630 - Nov. 8, 2009
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Blare OnAir - Zenith - Nov. 6, 2009 - (15:34)  By far the best rant of them all setting straight many issues about life, existence, the world, religion, politics, and consumer affairs. My absolute zenith.
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Blare OnAir - State Cult - Part 2 - October 29, 2009 - (23:21)  Rainy afternoon; corporate deadline on Halloween death penalty at midnight; engineering looked better when secretary sat on his lap; executive office also looked appealing; in China music is composed by committee; Carl Blare speaks with Aaron Copeland; composing music on computer; Darlene Edwards "Tiptoe"; cell phones may reduce bone density; dangerous radiation from hidden towers;
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Blare OnAir A & B - - October 27, 2009 - (20:51/02:27)  Carl opens with question of the disposition of the hand cuffs. Is there some distortion? Oatmeal box for percussion; in line at the Save So Much; pronunciation of "again" as opposed to "agin"; illegal copy SWATS and Door Hanging Academy ; ski maskers playing comic book face rash; vegetable aisle in documentary detail; white wine and tooth enamel; Rossini's first name; The House of Eggs - Scrambled Day Or Night; when Carl could have been a "swinger"; the nearby tower which radiates cancer causing beams; if you can't swim floating will buy a few minutes; my instructor was the same had by Johnny Weismeuller, movie's Tarzan;
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Blare OnAir - Upholstery Fabric - October 24, 2009 A (1:07:26)  Officially expanding program to 1-hour; Carl Blare conducting the All School Orchestra in Opening Fanfare; not 2001: A Space Odyssey, but Also Sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss;coming up later, confessions of a media prostitute; all advertising is propaganda; religious obedience training culminating in the wearing of ornate upholstery fabric, I like blue; the program dated Oct. 23 is inserted here, as the test program that it was; a lot of the stuff listed in the last program is also part of this program.
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Blare OnAir - Testing for Tomorrow - October 23, 2009 A (31:32) Carl Nietzsche and his space odyssey (sic); past lives gone awry during present life; all advertisement is propaganda; polite bar placement at grocery treadmills; surplus railroad cars downtown; confusion between inference and implication; private varnish railroad cars; Swiss radio station on a train; why would we be going to Indiana?; we have a former friend in Arkansas who left via born againage; worth $2 an hour, but we can only afford $1.75; in kitchen wondering why; down to the subterrainean looking for wine cellar; casting asparagus on todays musicians; white wine may damage teeth unless you also eat cheese; Bob and Ray examples; living in a radio station.
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Blare OnAir - Pewter Age - October 21, 2009 A (26:28)  3rd program since starting KDX2 as a second stream; introduction of  "Logically Critical"; mention of our wine cellar stock; the hotel orchestra network broadcasts on electrical transcription; KDX shortwave is waiting for a part; mention of idea for a Part 15 radio show; need for a telephone patch; wireless mic on for walkabout just at dark out the back door halloween lighting up in the area.
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Blare OnAir - Dream Mattress - October 20, 2009 A (37:51)  Plotting the center most point of your productive peak; irrelevancies are part of sleeping well; dreams reside in the mattress; movies from the library by Elizabeth Shue and Johnny Depp; the world time zones include a zone for entering tomorrow and a zone for yesterday; radio stations gone religious are repeaters of hearsay; Christian listeners want to use the 10 Commandments against us; at a perfect time we visited the wine cellar to find it missing; outdoors to hear a hell-icopter; new wine taste testing; vintners have increased here locally; our "Leaver" - Nonbelievers Believe in KDX.
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Blare OnAir - Coconut Oil - October 17, 2009 A (29:45) (may be some distortion)  Through prayers and gifts coming from the inside; twin streams flowing; hand-held wireless just like the TV nets, sports venues and movie studios, sending at 184.3mHz, coinciding with VHF channel 8; moving around the building; Carl Jung the psychiatrist from Zurich, Switzerland invented the collective unconscious; Carl Blare, descended from emmigrants from Zurich, Switzerland, takes issue with some of the other Carl's positings; "Thinking is using what you already know," Albert Camus; Carl Blare is informal intellectualism or a stab at intellectualism; pre-bored just by the idea; boredom sets in unless you maintain a constant state of immaturity; benefits of coconut as a plane descends; test of new coconut nectar; Reminder, be wise and not dumb: wizdumb.
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Blare OnAir - Ribbon Cutting  - October 13, 2009 A (32:06) Scribe in former life, we invented the church, de-scribe? Formal ribbon cutting for KDX2
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Blare OnAir - Tavern Tutorial 3 - October 6, 2009 (55:29) Chillier than the last programs, reference to download "1-sided conversation"; Introduction to the 3rd Tutorial; ramble about shopping for ingredients and history of Scotch experience; at sink working out bottle management; breaking seal on 12-year-old Scotch; tap water from East St. Louis; cans and vegetable remains; everyone is in the middle of something; heavy the past five years because of partner's death; if I travel I'll stay where I go; up in the high dessert of Nevada Mr Travus T. Hipp is about to be sentenced for a drug charge, uprooting his Cabole News Service; the drug raid was mannerless and utterly rude; the real criminals are the enforcers; marijuana attorneys; I had great luck before it turned; overlooked by a traffic cop because I knew his mother; open air surgury in the Andes Mountains; hibernatory mode; they're all operating their own station on the internet; all forms of medicine are commodities, radio promotions get made, then you die; why we are going shortwave; Luke is short for lucrative;
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Blare OnAir - Awakescape - October 1, 2009 A (28:39) Open as Garnishee Strongarm on a dark stormy morning; new software on trial; lingering personality remarks; step out for thunder; technical talk; replenishing the coffee; telemarketing; tavern tutorial 3 is coming; the Blare Blog has been shut down; new Media News page; Travus T. Hipp is being done wrong by Nevada; Schopenhauer moment; Chauncey's "Awakescape".
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Blare OnAir - distorted - September 30, 2009 (35:34) (over-recording distortion)  Testing new audio software with wireless mic (distortion); meants to be, meaning to be; out to the kitchenette; history = "his" story, compared to "her"story; preparing un-named drink; reminisce about the Sam & Deidre Show; plans for tutorial on Scotch; telemarketers now call "randomly" to bypass the "calling list"; door-to-door marketers; the tall blond Jehovah Witness and her husband talk of world's end; 9 Enneagram personalities converted to 3-D; switch to stationary mic (still distorted) Oxford Book of the Mind on personalities;Schopenhauer on personality; grocery list.
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Blare OnAir - Bachelor - September 27, 2009 A (27:45) Now Then and And Now; your earth cadet downsizes refrigerator to bachelor size; lumbering around; why the Blare Blog was discontinued; self esteem is "self estimate"; O. Go Juan Aloofus, philosopher.
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Blare OnAir - Enneagram 2 - September 21, 2009 A (29:57) Re-do of show from 9/20 which was ruined by wireless-mic noise; Brights; reading from Carl Jung in anticipation of The Red Book, now being published; Carl Blare's take on the unconscious; tale of jealosy; the niacin solution.
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Blare OnAir - Enneagram - September 19, 2009 (58:57) Splitter expert helps new FM station; according to Enneagram Carl Blare may have a personality;
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Blare OnAir - Shortwave - September 12 & 13, 2009 Starts by talking about Allan Wiener Worldwide in Monticello, Maine, and his four shortwave stations; whatever happened to all the European signals?; mention of public domain audiobooks from Librivox.com; listener possibly lost by incognitian; Robert Falcon Scott went there but didn't make it back, but he left his journals, to be read by Patricia G.; Inventor of radio Nathan B. Stubblefield is a story for another day; Major Edwin Armstrong invented FM radio which also was stolen; Allan Weiner got a shortwave license after being a radio pirate on board a ship off the coast of New York; in the autumn shortwave is good; Part 15 radio has been known to go 200 feet; how far does the wireless mic work? self-conscious out in the yard. Past the smoke tree to the bamboo, actually within range of the morning glories, but some signal loss; Brain waves are low frequencies, somewhere below household electricity; color is an octave way up in NanoHertz; Neil Curry in Washington D.C. comments on shortwave radio.
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Blare OnAir - Tavern Tutorial # 2 - Sept. 6, 2009 Precious Tanquaray olives from Alamba; use 2-seat-belts;
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Blare OnAir - Tavern Tutorial # 1 - August 30, 2009 - A & B (33:06/ 17:46) Our favorite programmer, Deidre, the attorney from the Sam and Deidre Show from Alabama, was once a bar tendress, and sent us instructions for mixing a professional gin and tonic; does anyone have a gin cellar? we began building a wine cellar, but lost the wine; growing oregano for use with steamed vegatables, including long-grain rice and leeks; "Fresh Morning Rain" by C. Randy Limphand the happy poet.
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Blare OnAir - Self Pity - August 27, 2009 (28:51) Many ideas result from a solar flare and a battery polarity check in the wireless microphone; home pity as a self project; suppose you're pathetic but others don't pity you; kdx has put a daily schedule for as long as I can't remember; we have wondered why some listeners tune away after a few seconds - what didn't they find? and when a listener stays tuned, should we stay on after hours as long as necessary? the universe is going into disorder - R. Buckminster Fuller; what if we met the listener? sleeping by the transmitter for heat; ways to decrease insomnia; C. Randy Limphand home published a flyer so he could become "published", with liner notes by Manfred Tweed; "Gay Flower Trails", a poetry by C. Randy; shoebox "Faded Glory"; Carl gets the giggles over the woman who held up her foot so you'd see her Pradas; the day Carl broke up doing 6AM news; "Look On the Bright Side of Disaster"; steps outside to observe skies imported from Germany; there are times when the person on the radio should just shut up.
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Blare OnAir -The Height of Art - August 18, 2009 A (31:27) Had a conversation with Deidre in Alabama; we don't need to know how many countries there are to broadcast globally; Steve Coogan in Hamlet II gave rise to hearing KDX for the first time at a distance away from the KDX studio; brains and dreams don't work chronologically, they get scattered; what is tender about bar tenders; a prelude to the coming Tavern Tutorial # 1; mayonaise can be spooned from the jar for 15-minutes straight; as a bad student I have shortcomings; home school college is a life style where notes get displaced; new show "Progressive" radio show produced by Progressive Magazine, Mathew Rothschild editor and host; Goodwill Store vintage radios 8mm film projectors; family movies may be sad to see or perhaps boring; goes mobile walking around for a cup of coffee; a neighbor person calls from her car out the window in the street; explain to her that kdx generates a sense of artificial life where I think something real is going on.
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Blare OnAir - Far Flung - August 7, 2009  (31:16) Big heat is coming in; we broadcast to far flung locations; free speech $10 an hour; many Christian stations because The Bible is in the public domain; secular means "non religion", not "anti-religion"; non-social is not anti-social; apathetic means not pathetic; editor's anquish; mic shy over letter "P" and the "Popping it may cause"; "What Else Is There?" sung by Peggy Lee; "Progressive Magazine" is over 100 years old - producer of Progressive Radio Show as heard on KDX; KDX struggling against its own success; under tree clearing bramble when Terry's Green Hornet Book was delivered; memories of the old days classified by the Army; live ever after, but can't guarantee "happily; big decisions from the giant desk; Americans of both continents are Americans.
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Blare OnAir - Vinegar - August 3, 2009  A (34:08) French horn, bass viol; many computer functions running; conversations peak at 20-minutes; the difference between who and whom; night blooming cirius.
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Blare OnAir - Blue Food - August 1, 2009 A (29:26) Just after a Breakfast Conversation Show; blue food coloring; get a gist on how your psyche is working; Grundig wind-up wide-band purse radio; brain droop every 20-minutes; vinegar reduces fat; deep philosophy.
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Blare OnAir - Delicious - July 29, 2009 AB (29:05) 2nd Part on new ISP; For the posterior; lamentations about the old DSL and observations about the new cable; high speed internet gets switched to low speed once you've signed the dotted line; the names of service persons at phone companies are not real names; server in Vincenes, Indiana; castle in Switzerland; we are abnormal users; from a tool shed near Affton; mass transportation is massively confusing for high school seniors; the Rule of Law Radio Network; affiliation with the historic WFMT in Chicago; speed cut in half and the solution by calling Tehran; they may not collide but they sure collude; speaking in Linguish; every banker you meet just got married and has wedding pictures on his desk; voice still weak following fall from porch.
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Blare OnAir - Cable Christening - July 25, 2009  (29:20) Carl winces upon sampling white vinegar; mayonaise discussion; "christening" the cable; saying so long to DSL and all of it's poor excuses;
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Blare OnAir - Human Milk - June 6, 2009  (26:34) Performance enhanced slapped silly; dying birds singing their last; evidence as to the subjectiveness and perhaps the illusion of life; prethumous kitchen; ice cream brain freeze problem; human milk would be better; the force of gravity is reliable; analog TV will be shutting down; who puts antennas on roof tops; celery telephones; four armed; de-tune just a bit for better sound; Wilhelm Reich did not agree with Sigmund Freud; the U.S. also burned books just as did Nazi Germany; a pleasant day is only a subjective experience; Paul Pantone also ruined by the government and corporations who conspired to steal his science ideas; tazing a "suspect" right inside the mouth, or, mannerly policing; Carl's book "The History of Stereotypes."
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Blare OnAir - Unreliable - May 29, 2009  (32:46) Did I get a shock plugging this light in? getting set to record my program; I'm unreliable you can't rely on me; transporting the food stuff into the Blare Pre-Thumous Kitchenette; flax seeds; finding the right milk; powdered milk is lighter than big wet milk; places where listeners live; planes crashing are distracting; political figures think the government is a church; the American Vatican; being secular is the new gay; water seeking more than its own level; lightning rod history; we all suffer from original sin, according to the presidential goof; some of the gold at the Vatican is family property.
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Blare OnAir - May 16, 2009  --  !! ARCHIVIST NOTE - cannot find program for this date !!
Ken Nordine is 90; Bob and Ray
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Blare OnAir - Hang Together - March 26, 2009 Bamboo ice storm; radiate audio; interpreting the FCC rules; celebrating 2nd year twice; institute of knowing things; DSL trouble; platitudes.
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Blare OnAir - NOT FOR RELEASE - March, 24, 2009 (24:00) Anti-individual medical issues; online blog removed.
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Blare OnAir - NAK - March 18, 2009 (31:00) NAK trouble with Shoutcast Directory and other program, streaming talk.
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Blare OnAir - Torture - March 12, 2009 A  (34:30) Visiting with Dr. Sigmund Sickie about torture and guilt.
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Blare OnAir - Dust - March 4, 2009  From under a pile of papers; bobbing in a pool of memory; oil filled radiators; preventing the house from being a sitting bomb due to natural gas; some people are lucky enough to have a nagger.
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Blare OnAir - Whatever - Feb. 26, 2009 A (33:52) You'd think; zero preparation; what is philosophy? "I don't know", said a leading world philosopher; to find out what's in the back of the brain you've got to turn around and look; Whatever; accounting for taste; Aristotle and Plato are not only apriori but they came before; further discussion of soul and spirit; big space listening dishes to pick up planetary radio; stealing illegal transmissions from other planets may be a court offence; men are polite when put down by male bashing women - until a day later, when the men realize what happened.
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Blare OnAir - Two Souls - Feb. 24, 2009 A (28:22) Not prepared to be here; bag of books from trip to bookstore, our movie pickup from the library and our grocery stops; confusion over words; hunting for books in with the groceries; been 3rd-closed but not yet 4-closed; Basic Teachings of the Great Philosophers; there are no souls, except that Francis Bacon says we have two of them; life is absurd says Albert Camus; nothing is true says Nietzsche, not even saying, "Nothing is true."; are you a theist or an atheist; comparative words that are pronounced differently, i.e., snatch, watch; meditation is lucid indifference; the world's 4th largest religion Buddhism - "Every attempt at explaining Buddahism is a side step that avoids explanation", so says Carl Blare; "To walk among clergy is to pass among costumed actors"; "If the world were clear, art would not exist," Albert Camus; you have to have collation otherwise it's not handy; new program coming soon: "People Who Know What They're Doing"; another program idea "Doing Things That No One's Done Yet".
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Blare OnAir - Psuedonym - February 19, 2009 A (25:29) In mourning wearing black so I might as well do a podcast; irrationality; rap as a teaching tool for music and language; we are a species of animals; racial misbehavior schools; down in the laundry; home from grade school to hear Bob and Ray; Carl Blare's name withheld.
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Blare OnAir - Girth - Feb. 17, 2009  KDX finds itself in a stream of history as one of the stations carrying Bob and Ray over the years; reading from The Blare Blog of 1-year ago; invention of tape recording; the huge Western Union radio station clocks; numerous program descriptions - a lot of this is outdated now in 2012.
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Blare OnAir - What Have Ya - Feb. 15, 2009 A (30:19) Updating to Version 1.3.7 of the opensource audio editor Audacity; discussion of the radio bands; Allen Weiner Worldwide from WBCQ shortwave; our 3 AM frequencies include 1550, 1640 and 1680 kHz; our two internet streams described; talk of a webcam, possibly showing our multi-specied bird feeder or our soon-to-be N-scale model railroad; forgets why he's at the couch; notes from morning's Breakfast Conversations; people who have done more for the world than the world gives them credit for will be honored in our "Hall of Heavies"; no one in a car is satisfied with where they are.
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Blare OnAir - To Be Nothing - Feb. 1, 2009 B+ (28:55)  On air straight from sleep; John Paul Sartre "Being and Nothingness"; Carl's dream inspired his own essay "To Be Nothing."
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Blare OnAir - Fixed but Empty - Jan. 30, 2009  B (26:24)  About the changeover from old to new computer; lucidly awake; individual experience amounts to parallel universes; Carl rants about his surroundings; standoff with a cardinal bird; on the other hand, a stand off with a man wearing red upholstery fabric is another matter; intellects and psuedo intellects alike...???; like a non-lucid dream; ex-people cannot be remembered after the dream; the dream buildiing was "fixed but empty"; cats in buildings; your self estimate is your "self esteem"; maybe aliens like us, so why do we speak badly of them; people who sit claim they are standing up; the humor of tall and small dogs goes on too long; birdcasting in 16-degree weather; a banana a day...; build up of saliva; sitting here eating a banana.
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Blare OnAir - Lucid Awake - Jan. 26, 2009 A (29:13) Testing Audacity software in 16-degree temperature; checking the technical installation from the ground up; being lucid awake; a man wearing red draperies and doilies is a cardinal but not a bird.  NOTE: THIS MAY BE THE SAME SHOW AS JAN. 30, 2009.
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Blare OnAir - Palaver - Jan. 24, 2009 A (28:51) Does it bother you that I'm listening to Art Bell about UFOs; lowering the deciBels for better microphone sound; dream theory exceptions; introducing myself to a stranger in a dream; predatory bird eats dog; real dogs only exist while awake; the power of commercial suggestion leads to callling Marge for a date; don't close torture prisons, fix them; we won Germany back then fair and square, now it's ours, but we may not use the swastika right away; we may be independent of Britain but may not be independent individually; a "pioneer" follows the "pie in the sky"; what's the point of nearly a million internet radio stations; parlance term in the lexicon; independence from AM & FM; if they add an H to "earing you up", why don't they add an H to "eyeing you up"?; carbon tax for breathing; fast cup of coffee; palaver about dreams.
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Blare On Air - Again - Jan. 22, 2009 B (26:31)  An entire internet radio station opens to the world vista; lucid moment attempting to explain why we are doing this program; the gigantic species god holding the whole world like a big basketball; what if god is really microscopic; at the threshold of a whole new plane; are universes and dimensions the same?; avoid this area of the floor because we might step on god; description of the god to man formula; coffee addiction exposition; woman in blue scrubs coming up the drive to look at a baron bush; there is no such thing as a "pundint." The correct word is "pundit;" KDX - Meeting Your Over Expectations.
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Blare OnAir - Distraction - Jan. 14, 2009 A (27:05)  Discs being converted are distracting; mobile mic allows standing and turning; KDX at 1640 on the dial being turned down; frigid week where 30-degrees is like Antarctican summer, but now it's 15; we did a Breakfast Conversation over at the Forest Park Cafe; sprawling executive desk contains n-scale model train, official corporate business and a Ray Bradbury type desk-scape; deadlines can kill; renewing auto license actually accomplished; Power Ball is up to some big amount; intend starting a railroad; didn't go blank, but was flooded with ideas; mention of Tony Seton and SetonnoteS; the finding of Travus T. Hipp and the Cabale News Service from the high desert of Nevada; mention of KPAH also in Nevada; hometown concerts get recorded and broadcast as a regular series, the new relationship between KDX and WFMT Fine Arts Radio Network; history of WFMT by way of WGN and the Chicago Tribune; the "Wordless Music Series" reminds us that every music genre has 88 notes to the piano.
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Blare OnAir - Ink - Jan. 8, 2009 A (28:00)  Sitting thinking about things; you can reach customer service around the clock; called Angie to renew a bunch of stuff; sales offers from providers; the logistics of changing ISP services; changing ink cartridges; average people can do precision printing and have become security suspects; 42 different colors required to operate a printer; no spill beer ballet; mistake on a written check; entering the snack room with its glassy acoustics; bananas are the best radio food; the mic is on the floor; mixing instant coffee; a stinky person in a store; mention of Breakfast Conversation with no real point; that Illonois governor, Rod Blago.
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Blare OnAir - Ice Outdoors - Jan. 6, 2009 A (24:55)  Larynx as a broadcast component; my lovely voice but can't sing;  the ice hundreds of accidents; keeping buildings warm precludes fresh air; the word "arc" is there for a reason;  non-commercial restrictions; a tv remote control can be a fake cell phone; balking and bridling; coffee later; lie down for 15-minutes; back on air but forgetting what to say; practice pacing; in the snack room; newscast form filing reguirement; eating a banana undetected; coffee inhand causes wanting more coffee; making suggestions can set the direction; wholesale permission to air CDs; interest in classical music is waning; philosophy program idea for free thinking listeners.
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Blare OnAir - Pot 1 - Jan. 4, 2009  Tuning out of NPR so KDX can take up; radio parlance "DX" = "distance"; mixed dimensions; turns out Carl Jung is Swiss; Biblical toilet paper; to have the American Dream one must fall asleep;  discontinuence of the Dementia title; the infantry is infantile; humane treatment is for pets; intelligent design is redundant; we're staying at war until they get peaceful.
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Blare OnAir - Gregorian - Jan. 2, 2009 A (23:37) Talking Point 1 "What do we do?"; Talking Point 2 "calendar"; not enough gas for cash; waiting for the bailout; everything around us is collapsing; Dan Roberts on solar power does his Shortwave Report.
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Blare OnAir - Something Fast - December 30, 2008 (28:01) Radio is a contraction of the words radiate audio; not a stutter but indecision choosing words; 5:06 PM; paying to exercise, paying again for wellness; it's like something fast.
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Blare OnAir - Esteem - December 17, 2008 A (28:55) Days get shorter by the day; winter solstice just coming; a good speaker knows when he's gone off course; multi-media is redundant; jobs are being lost; pair of psychologists and para-psychology, self-esteem = self-estimate; new Ego Centers will improve your self confidence; something did change on the same day the dentist said "nothing has changed"; jar lid fails spilling coffee crystals; repeat apologies for repeat behavior;
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Blare OnAir - NEWS - December 15, 2008 (20:03) Restarted one more time; rearranged furniture; continued testing; morning vantage point news; north east west and south, all directions but up or down; truck makes u-turn; vehicles at intersection all at the same time; Monday morning 8:32 AM CST; got hypothermia; indoor news; stacked furniture experiment; finding coffee; off to one side of north america; unable to articulate what I mean; big ice winter storm rumor; tv anchors in hair pieces with makeup toward the front of the face; attempts to turn water to wine.
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Blare OnAir - Rest Room - December 13, 2008 (29:47) Looking forward to launch of a second KDX online channel; reporter's job to drum up news; 8:16 AM; a sneeze is a true orgasm; you may not have noticed the change in microphones; into the rest room for tissue; actually outdoors planning regalia parade; doing the coffee; could KDX have contributed to the larger economic downturn? 35-degrees Farenheit; winter storm watch & wind advisory; taught to make egg salad; polled other shoppers about chili preferences; planning for double streaming; $140 is exactly what we don't have; radio personalities should not be seen, which is why I'm so handsome; titular lord of radio doesn't have a ribbon to cut for launch of 2nd station; vitamin D provides sunlight.
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Blare OnAir - Outsources - December 12, 2008 (28:45) Out the slats.. cars going by.. full report; coffee and npr; lip service about moving to Santa Fe; about the hotel orchestras and our has been music from the Public Domain Room; Freedom From Religion Foundation broadcasts here without our blessing (atheist joke); The Concert from Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum on KDX; streaming only looks easy; our two stream rates and why; maybe we should have 3 radio stations, or maybe less; most KDX programming is from outsources; after surveying the entire portable recorder field we narrowed down to the compact recorder used to present our Breakfast Conversation with Trek Zabota; "Idle American" is its own prize; self taught web authoring turned into blogging which is being discontinued by way of weekly readings here on Blare OnAir,
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Blare OnAir - Before Hours - December 11, 2008 (15:34) Pre-dawn start for big program day; Allan Weiner Worldwide scheduled soon from WBCQ "The Planet"; Ragnar Danesjold reports on "Pirate's Week"; completely unconnected by wireless mic; plugging in the lamp; cranking coffee water; the overnight birds in the bamboo are still asleep; no cars, no pedestrians, plenty of darkness outdoors; DSL line still prone to failure; experimented with two simultaneous streaming radio stations; we are not confined to the center of north america, in fact we could broadcast from the side of north america; show me shinola and a hole in the ground.
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Blare OnAir - Damfino Who - December 9, 2008 (29:07) Key personell gathered; potato chip binge-ing up for discussion; out the window news report: bird sleepovers, moist ground, guy raked leaves for 8-hours on a windy day; coffee is served; on the startup team of the public station we built an audience which did not exist in the commercial radio ratings; must do time study to see if last wish fits remaining time; Damfino Who Orchestra.
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Blare OnAir - The Real Carl - December 6, 2008 (29:30) Unconvincing artificial audio environments; vocabulary alert; the paradox of  the blower furnace; supernaturals have nothing to do with heat because they don't need it; never been to the other end of the internet to see if we're there; glimpse of Carl's real personality; reach from side to side as far as possible; Lionels were big because they were made that way; Z-Scale model railroads; unformed idea; he's not saying anything interesting so what did he write down?; Blare Blog was removed by author;
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Blare OnAir - Hold the Sneeze - December 5, 2008 (14:37) Hold the sneeze; echo & special effects;
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Blare OnAir - Hear Me Now - December 4, 2008 (21:04) Early morning early December; mostly technical issues with DSL and new equipment; this program test drives like a recently repaired Mercedes; wireless mic being checked; early morning out the window news: car backs from driveway & runner passes by; our programs deal with world affairs therefore Carl need not; two days on the floor because of poisoned fish; need to get lower down for recovery; readings from the old blog; solstice and cure for holiday depression; meditation is when you get good and dumb.
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Blare OnAir - Horrible Distortion - December 1, 2008 (29:01) Low battery makes mic pop; we do not intend to convert to DTV; HD Radio means horrible distortion; second blog reading; defining evolve.
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Blare OnAir - Palin Moment - November 30, 2008 A (21:54) Switching DSL modems; the web would be wide if the world were flat; searching for a place to start; acting dignified in public; when does the show start; we spin our own meaning; the reading of the blog.
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Blare OnAir - E Cargo - November 28, 2008 A (30:14) Black Friday; white emotion; pink noise; extended band; E Cargo;
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Blare OnAir - Happy Pasture - November 26, 2008 (28:36) Everything comprised with generating this stream; steep learning curve; dense sensations; from the back room; the upgrade from a curb computer to a purchased computer; applying previous life experience from a previous life; good audio quality is necessary; pleasant personalities count plenty; from cocoa beans to radio; power of suggestion; the reason all our rights are being eclipsed; the executive branch has re-written itself; right wing beef pork paraphrased as saying, "the statue of liberty is being disgraced by all these immigrants"; people with yachts are trying to reshape the internet; the library has it all, why pay for it?; shutting down the Blare Blog; easy to be uninteresting; LifeTapes and life discs; we got more memories to go; sky pie; we could have had deadlines, go figure;
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Razor Wire - Acronyms - Nov. 25, 2008 B (34:25) May be similar to show of 9-21-08 Razor Wire "It's All Digital"  Many things are one with a computer; no such thing as virtual microphone; a digitized photo of a beautiful woman is made from the same digits as spam; surround sound was designed for facing toward the screen; woman rummaging in purse, potasium in bananas and brain failure in the checkout line; are juices necassary? local vintners; people are not very screen-like to look at; romantic South America; meet Hopper; driveway to the sea and river ruts; "putting on air" as a rejected show name; DSL advice from India; broadcast is not sexist; ending without crescendo.
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Blare OnAir - Coffee Spill - November 23, 2008 (31:02) Start up of the station, the day and Thanksgiving week; naming of The Carl Blare Prethumous Kitchenette; from the kitchen sink; the cheap AM radio picks up shortwave from a Florida swamp; we forgot having become an advertising agency; shopping at Save-So-Much; testing Audacity; the Blare Blog "Blare and Balanced;" carrion and carry-out; the death penalty validates murder; Part 15 legal unlicensed radio; sports and religion are the only things allowed; English speaking speakers; what is pirate radio; only a flat world could be a wide world.
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Blare OnAir - Computers Down - Nov. 12, 2008 BA (26:10) From a corner of the room all about KDX and how eager salesmanship gave a start; display model radio station; discussion of the quality of internet service provision... the computers are down; announcing our two streams - 16kbps & 24kbps; wireful to wireless microphone; the greatest nation in the world is procrastanation; off subject to talk about the Save So Much store; the political ramifications of saying that a woman is impressive looking; everyone is impressive to someone, but maybe just not this year; the sad looking woman looking at the wine shelf may not have been sad; underscore and emphasize; the bailout truck may be coming; bananas and radio; all the homeless people on the left.. but not the political left, just as a way of sorting them apart from homed people while putting empty houses on the right;the copyright warnings on the DVDs can be rude; cease or desist.
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Blare OnAir - Overhead Tonnage - November 8, 2008  B (33:33) Technical jabber; a computer with no screen up for discussion; St. Louis Missouri once had its own city personality; railroading is the most important industrial invention in the world; now all the junk is flown in the air over everybody; trying not to lose interest while speaking; all the stuff from in there is in here and never got taken to the back; being in Forest Park means something; in this world of dog eaters plugs shouldn't be free; maturing by losing touch; going round the block to get where you were; sidetrack the banana on the printer; micro radio website; meditation is the same as stopping to think;should KDX apply for bailout?
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Blare OnAir - From Radioland - Nov. 5, 2008 (19:58) Day after election of The Radio Announcer of the United States; what about crimes of the previous; defining marriage as a dictionary matter; Senator Novacain holds a grudge; one-handed banana management; no more tv; bank inactivity fee.
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Blare OnAir - Canned Chili - November 2, 2008 A (31:39) Part 15 low power radio is legal;
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Blare OnAir - Tex Offender - October 17, 2008  (26:15)  The new computer is way too fast; we answer all the "W" questions except that of W, the registered tex offender; some good ecstacy websites in France and Russia; DVDs from the public library, a movie "The Secret Life of Words"; anyone could end up in prison for self defense; Arthur Honegger Cello Concerto and his book; more movie talk; get back to library books; "The New Atheists" by Tina Beatty; beauty attracted to ugly, ugly seeks beauty; "On Ugliness," another book; the gov is watching your computer for their fun; wireless tour to the fridge and back; opening a Strohs; our TV Genie cannot be used.
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Blare OnAir - Tire Soup - October 11, 2008 (25:04) Adding help would mean opening a school; technoplilic luddite; take the elevator to two and turn right for the botanical garden; executive in charge of grass cutting; open prairie or uncut grass; mouse almost seen; birds eat twice their own weight in insects everyday; cream of tire soup; society of reverts; regressor men in halloween costumes holding woman to the ground with a boot while pulling her leg.
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Blare OnAir - Gentry Conspiracy - Sep. 27, 2008 (20:26)  Undocumented non-alien explains how things should be; conductors who came before each other; symphony society male ladies; the gentry class plan to pour white plastic and be done with nature; European sounding conductors are real; talent and technical staff only allowed in the tiled part of the building; reaching a point or not.
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Blare - Titles - September 22, 2008 (18:10/3:39/8:54)  Replacing Dumpster and DSL; introducing Hopper; autumnal equinox; dementia defined in 1977; societal imprisonment is a security measure; trying to title this show; 1% of attorneys have a clear perception; all titles up for suggestion; the alcoholics anonymous meeting on Martini Street; smart idea to broadcast an anonymous alcoholics anonymous meeting; some door-to-door guy makes a pitch; Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; litany of all titles, Carl Blare chair man.
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Razor Wire - It's All Digital - Sept. 21, 2008 (34:36)  duplicate of Nov. 25, 2008 "Acronyms"  Everything is digits; What's back there?; trying a new computor with banana and talking points list; "whenever" is the ultimate "sum up"; why FIREWIRE isn't the name; the woman who rummaged in her purse at Save-So-Much; local vintners and wine types; the same slim microphone that Johnny Carson used; meet Hopper; angle of the driveway to the ocean; you sound like you are on the same block but you're in India; DSL problems still.
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Egg Patty - Dec. 6, 2007 (32-min.)  Limbering the voice; green bananas; Julie Annie and Egg Patty; chicken thighs at Save-So-Much; tree service stucco advice; city dictators check cans and grass; renaming Teddy Bear.
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia -- November 29B, 2007 (05:12)  
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia -- November 29A. 2007 (25:32)  
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Fraught - November 21, 2007 - (33:10)  These shows always begin with high plans and soon become fraught; stops the show to look it up; subject changes before the word is found; librarians have asked me for movie reviews; finger tapping helps remember what comes next; good praise for Parker Posie an actress of note; next door to the library the Blockbuster customers paid to see the same movies Carl watched free; pause to think; perhaps caused by radon gas; four boxes of powdered chocolate mix for gifts; reality for me is not the same as for you; violent radicalization on the internet will get us sent to detention camps to be detented; the government formerly ours is determining how to detain our thoughts; "Your politeness iritates me - CONTEMPT OF COURT!"; when cops tailgate.
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia -- November 18B, 2007 (1-min.)  Certain disclaimers.
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - To Be Heaven - November 18A, 2007 (13-min.)  College edition; Dr. Sigmund Sickie due for visit; heaven is not a proper name, it's a verb; chronology only exists in the awake state; words are industrial tools; Mayor of Heaven the Nation State; mental health certificate as an e-mail attachment; complaint against Carl Blare was a mistake.
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia -- November 15, 2007 (9.5-min.)  Finally got our website up
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia -- November 12, 2007 (13-min.)  This is god. When you wake up, make me a ham sandwich; storm rising;
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia -- November 11, 2007 (17-min.)  Come on over no don't, let's restart; expansion is the main problem;
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia -- November 1, 2007 (17-min.)  General classizations are never truly accurate;
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia -- October 25, 2007 (16-min.)  Problem of audio skipping
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia -- October 24B, 2007 (15-min.)  Software up and down grades
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia -- October 23, 2007 (14-min.)  Opinions expressed may not be our own.
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Purpose - October 22, 2007 A (35-min.)  Carl takes a rest amidst all his titles; skipping school is a hard job; sports hosts answer deep question about purpose; universe provides framework; bring own chair; resigning is not signing again; Zenith Transoceanic with small tubes and the age of world shortwave; Christianity needs funding; digital sound depends on eptness; printer trouble when important; the C.Crane story and the Aphex Aural Exciter story; the true story of beginning KDX; e-mail strangeness; women and ugliness.
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - October 18, 2007 AB  (13:08/00:56)
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Computers are Slow - October 17, 2007 (18-min.)  Our computers are running slow this morning; ponderings in the park; what you see is an illusion; why monophonic.
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - October 15, 2007 (17:12)
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Pod Training - October 7, 2007 (15:48)  How to podcast; station in Highland, Texas on 1160 "The Selling Diva";
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - UHF - October 6, 2007 A (19:00)  Last few words about TV Channel 14
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Channel 14 - October 4, 2007 A (44:02)  More Channel 14 stories; WJJY UHF Channel 14 Quincy, IL
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - TV Genie - 071003/070621 A  (27-min.)  TV Genie The Case for Part 15 TV; Channel 14 stories.
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Cruel & Unusual - 071002/070621 (16-min.)  Large discussion on capital punishment; banana smell; program schedule.
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia -Upgrades - October 1, 2007 (14:55)  Updating Wrench; voice and acoustic instruments are monaural; yard waste update; multi-tackling time; philosophies of radio programming; it's best to have a system or not: both.
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Shoutcast - September 10, 2007 (46-min.)  Faltering voice following a fall from the porch; the recovering Carl guides you through 19 Shoutcast pages looking at listener numbers and rankings; subcarriers for the blind.
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Swindler's List - July 10, 2007 (17:19)  1st attempt did not record; 2nd Duino Elegy; Car Dealer Theatre
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - July 5, 2007 (15-min.) Review of pirate's pact with Great Britain which nullifies the independence; we author website for Showme Radio, our own website remains under-construction; coined the term 'worldplace'; Power Point still underway; standards for noting the date; car search ongoing; commonly mispronounced words.
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Flooring - July 3/4, 2007 (14-min.)  Enunciating a narration; fix one problem another one pops up; Schopenhauer explains us; east pole remains unfound; rare Spike Jones recording; resignation from the master piracy; new piracy startup; British Re-union; enslaved to pirates; Declaration of Independence was unanswered mail; pursuit of happiness guaranteed by the commercial marketplace.
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Power Poke - July 1, 2007 (15-min.)  Time shifting; hiccups sounding jerky; Power Point saga; the PC on the curb; car image vanity.
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Debunk - June 28, 2007 (15-min.)  Yesterday's storm and the dangers of lightning; recalling the recent beginning of KDX; intelligent design is redundant; biblical hearsay; Darwin's run-on sentences; duck-billed platipus.
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Day of Silence - June 26/27, 2007 (11-min.)  One-minute intro to Day of Silence re: web royalty issues.Power Point in house; KDX website is under construction; yellow 3-wheel motorcycle
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Non Profit - June 25, 2007 (19-min.)  Elaborate discussion about the types of commercial, non-commercial, for profit and non-profit modes of operation; the "A" as in "Latin" in today's music; the amusing side of letting wind.
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Declination - June 23, 2007 - (9-min.)  Calculating the middle west; website mixup with Show Me Radio; thunder welling overhead.
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Summer Solstice 2007 - June 21, 2007 - (12-min.) Solstice defined; traditional celebration with late wife; Ron Godwin's THE SUN; reading of "Witnessing the Inexpressable."
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Streaming For Seniors 2 A,B - June 19, 2007 - (18:28/12:42)  Imaginary requests; extra echo on weather message; internet streaming as a hobby; playing music is promotional; SMTR Smarter Radio-Show Me Talk Radio --NOTE TO SELF -- A program for this date is missing from today's inventory NOV. 8, 2013 -- Found on mp3 version. 
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Streaming for Seniors 1 A,B,C - June 17, 2007  (00:35/18:03/19:01)  Official sounding voice opens the fathers day show; air conditioner upgrade; streaming for seniors; gerontology and grievance counseling are hopeless; everyone loves floral beauty except hardened sports fans; combine internet streaming and model railroading; part 15 AM radio; finding a frequency; dicker with streaming radio; fathers are intentional radiating devices; Catholic medical limits vascectomys. -- NOTE TO SELF -- A program for this date is missing from today's inventory NOV. 8, 2013 -- Found a mp3 version
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Double Think - June 5, 2007 - (12:55)  Self analysis; employment law; the Gateway Arch is not what it appears; cell phone transmitters and satellites are like a microwave oven. -- NOTE TO SELF -- A program for this date is missing from today's inventory NOV. 8, 2013 -- FOUND a mp3 version
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - June 2, 2007 (12-min.)  Clap of thunder to open; Comments on formal startup on June 1st
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - May 19, 2013 (27-min.)  Dennis Miller turns out to be deeply stupid in his attack on Rose O'Donnell; sound like I've been on an all nighter; State of the Stream Report; coming Wildwood Studio Show Me Radio
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - May 12, 2007 (28-min.)  Describe a problem before solving it; we're not having problems but why not?
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Adventure in the 3rd Dementia - April 14, 2007 (18-min.)  Curricula of tests; figurehead the boss advizes against excessive vocabulary; in early life learned a word a day, now we collect words;
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - April 11, 2007 (5-min.)  More mic tests with transformer.
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Adventures in the 3rd Dementia - Carl Blares - April 10, 2007 (13-min.)  Ludens Cough Drops suggested for tickle in throat; PZM mic tales
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Carl Blare 1st Program - Carl Blares - April 9, 2007 (29:28)  Discussion of the startup of KDX internet streaming radio; begun as a would-be cable FM station in the 1980s.
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Radio Stations Scheduling Blare OnAir
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