MikeyPod 29

Intro by Gary from Chub Creek

Count Your Blessings-Jane Siberry, Holly Cole, Victoria Williams, Mary Margaret O’Hara, and Rebecca Jenkins.

sidenote: Mary Margaret O’Hara is the singer on this recording I forgot to mention. I just discovered that she is Catherine O’Hara’s sister. I had no idea. This excites me.

Now, back to the show notes.

A little discussion about the death of Stanley “Tookie” Williams

Primitive Painters-Felt

Brokeback Mountain inspired malaise. Eliott! Are you still out there?

Santa Claus is a Black Man- Akim and The Teddy Vann Production Company from A John Waters Christmas. Thanks to JK Fabiani for bringing that song to my attention!

Plus, I yammer on about how I want your feedback, and for you to sign on to my Frapper! Map.

MikeyPod 28

Music Featured:

“Juicy Fruit”-Mtume (this is an iTunes Link)

“Giver’s Reply” and “Brother” by Ramona Cordova from the Album The Boy Who Floated Freely(another iTunes link)

Check out Ramona’s live set and interview on the Worst Music You’ve Ever Heard Podcast. Seriously that is a great podcast, one of those that I cannot bear to miss!

This episode also includes a long awaited 100 Word Story from Laurence Simon. YAY!

Other podcasts mentioned:
Zillafag
Chub Creek
Bicyclemark’s Audio Communique

MikeyPod 25

The Black Math Experiment shows this weekend!

Discount Halloween Extravaganza
Saturday November 19 @ Helios
411 Westheimer, across from Numbers
10:00 PM
$6.00

Gene Loves Jezebel and Black Math Experiment
Sunday November 20 @ HaVoK
5718 Fairdale
10:00 PM
$10, $12 ea for a couple

Thanksgiving, huh? By Laurence Simon

It’s Not the Bullet That Kills You, It’s The Hole – Laurie Anderson
Thanks, Mark

Ubu Web

Bicyclemark’s Activism 101- John Brown

Yeast Radio breaking the news

Democracy Now, Nov 8th

Italian Documentary discussing our use of Chemical Weapons in Fallujah

MikeyPod 24

Suzy Wager and I came out at pretty much the same time back in 1989 or so. We used to seek out gay movies, radio shows, and any other gay things. Over the years I felt that being out to most of the people in my life was enough. I was wrong.

Suzy and I got together at Barnaby’s Cafe Wednesday night to reflect on the state of bigotry/ apathy in our fine state.

Also, Marshal Click over at Gayborhood Radio invited me to be on his show Tuesday night, we had alot of fun! Check it out.