No Animal Shall Kill Any Other Animal

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The Seven Commandments

  1. Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy.
  2. Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings, is a friend.
  3. No animal shall wear clothes.
  4. No animal shall sleep in a bed.
  5. No animal shall drink alcohol.
  6. No animal shall kill any other animal.
  7. All animals are equal
  8. So, there you have the Seven Commandments from George Orwell’s Animal Farm that were designed to unite the animals together in a common cause against the humans and to prevent animals from following the humans’ evil habits.
  9. This week I am bringing you an uncut version of my radio show from last wendesday that was particularly fun to do, even if the music is of the sad bastard nature. Most often I record my shows and then clean them up a bit before posting them up here, but I am feeling particularly antsy tonight and would like to be done with this computer, so I can go and cook up some grub (slop). Anyway, this time around you will be subject to my terrible radio voice and whatever on-air mistakes I happened to make.
  10. Been listening to a lot of Leonard Cohen this week and have been completely taken in by the albums, “songs of Leonard Cohen”, and “Songs from a room”. Why has it taken me so long to discover Leonard Cohen? I got a burned copy of his “best of” years ago, but for some reason it didn’t stick, and I ended up passing it by for years and years.
  11. Tonight I am going to watch an italian horror from 1977 called, “suspiria”. In many of the reviews I read for this film it was often times referred to as the horror-gem that contains “the most vicious murder scene ever film”.
  12. The story involves a young American ballet student, Suzy Banyon (Jessica Harper), who arrives in Germany to attend a prestigious dance academy. On the night of her arrival, there is a torrential downpour, and she is unable to gain admittance to the school. But she witnesses one student, a young blonde girl, flee the building in a panic.
  13. The fleeing student is horribly murdered, and Suzy begins having suspicions that all is not as it seems at the school. She begins experiencing inexplicable dizzy spells, and other deaths occur, such as that of the school’s blind pianist, who is savaged by his own guide dog the night after he is fired from his job.
  14. Suzy ultimately discovers the school is a front for a coven of witches who practice a diabolical black magic. The headmistress of the school turns out to be a legendary black witch over a century old, who has kept herself alive through satanic rituals. Suzy uncovers the school’s secret chamber where the rituals take place, and manages to kill the ancient witch.
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  17. That’s all for today…I hope you enjoy the radio show.
  18. Collin
  19. Here is my playlist


  1. Day wrote:

    Great mix. Cohen is so penetrating, like some of Kristofferson or Jack Elliot. That particular track made an excellent theme song to McGabe and Mrs. Miller, which if you haven’t seen yet is highly recommended.

    Tuesday, October 9, 2007 at 5:36 pm | Permalink
  2. Diane wrote:

    For sad bastard music this radio show is pretty awesome. I put mending the gown on my demo. funny that fcc doesn’t mind the term “miserable rotten slut” that comes just before all the children crying.
    It makes me so glad that josh called, so hilarious.

    somebody needs to at least try to put a stop to your reign of musical Terror!

    p.s. read the book locus solus.

    Friday, October 12, 2007 at 1:27 pm | Permalink
  3. Diane wrote:

    “With the Australian performer Rolf Harris, fun is as contagious as cold germs in a day-care center.”

    Friday, October 12, 2007 at 1:31 pm | Permalink
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