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Sun, 24 April 2011
Part 1 Just Be: In the first part of this Easter Special I unravel the psychology behind the Easter egg tradition. I also discuss some problems with religion and why I believe people should be focused on world issues that are in the here and now. I wrap up part 1 with a good chastising about animal rights. Save the Nauga!
Sun, 27 March 2011
Part 1 STONED: In this first episode, I deal with a part of geology that Satan himself must have created... the kidney stone! I also deal with my alleged hypochondriasis and the drugs I was prescribed while in the process of passing 2 millimeters of pure hell on earth, the worst of which was Flowmax. I don’t believe that most people are aware of the bazaar side effect that drug may have in store for the unsuspecting. I wasn’t. Everyone else I’ve told this story to seems to find humor in it; I posted it so that maybe you will to.
Part 2 Commercial: Commercial for BeatNeck Radio - Frak.FM. Taking place in a police station, a listener reports his horrible experience to two officers.
Part 3 Generation NeX: Jink (Jerry Jinkins) tells Darrell how rednecks, not only invented rap, but all modern music. He explains that his song Who Zat, written under the stage name A. Hole in 1969, was the origin of the song Who Dat by J. Cole and lets him, and you, hear the recorded proof.
Sun, 27 March 2011
Redneck origin of the Song Who Dat by J. Cole? I don't know; You decide. Who Zat is the theme song for BeatNeck Radio - Frak.fm. More episodes and songs to come! Subscribe to my RSS feed so you can get updates on my latest posts. While you're at it, Like my Facebook Fan Page and follow me on Twitter to get updates on what I'm up to. Your current friends won't think that much less of you!