Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Uncle Chester gets fleeting expleetived by DJ Tea Bag


What's this, nothing clever to say, ok fine here I go, those two roundabouts they put in on Howard are a mistake that only after the drunken crashes will they not admit to.

Chester Blue Ball Bagger Uncle

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Hey we didn't suck today................as hard :)

Thanks for all the calls and requests, obviously we didn't get to all of them due to time constraints, but next week we shall make that shit happen :)

Here is the prodcast, enjoyeee!


For the caller that enjoyed Rocket Mann you can listen to it here check firefox addons for downthemall iff'n you is dirty somali pirate with a wooden eye and hook for a leg.

By the book christians DJ Damn Rather and The Bear

Monday, August 23, 2010

This will make you want to suck some dicks.

I hope you learned something, I sure did, some people like to talk about dicks a lot.

Dr. Melk

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

We shall blazon the city!

After much wringing of hands and time spent by the mailbox, the GAPES stickers have finally arrived. We literally have stacks and stacks of these things so if you're interested in getting some of this goodness just let us know.

GAPES, an acronym for Great Acting Persons Entertaining Sonically, was coined by MC Hut during his reign over the show. The GAPES segment of the show is when we play music from public figures not immediately known for their musical contributions. We have continued the tradition by bringing you all of these tunes for your consideration weekly. Last night's GAPES segment featured none other than Klaus Kinski, the heralded actor. His German spoken-word-over-music was, to our ears, brilliant. Listen to the show to hear that song, if for no other reason.

The stickers appear to be very durable and of high quality, suggesting that sticking them on an automobile or similar environmental circumstance is feasible without the sticker degrading quickly. The arrival of these stickers is going to force your humble DJ to wash his vehicle a little sooner than it's annual spraydown schedule calls for. Oh well. These will hold the rusty pieces together nicely.

- DJ Munitions Bunker

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

The Sandy Vagina Show


A caller today threw vinegar at us, unfortunately this solidified our resolve that the update we recently installed was the right move. The show was getting slow, our cache was filling up with vats of dirty sponges. We decided to take the plunge, we inserted the dick sorry I mean disc into the slot and away we went. We are now faster and less Derivative and if you can't handle it then perhaps you should just throw out those Roger Waters Pink Floyd albums, or Perhaps Division Bell should be thrown out, because you're a purist and only Syd Barret will do. Well we enjoy all three periods of Pink Floyd so I feel like if you accept that this is Radio Evolution, not Radio Status Quo, then perhaps the current phase isn't for you, but it's better than staying the same for us.


DR.OXEN & DJ Passive Progressive

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

DJ Gun Control goes it alone...

The LAN Party2.0 finishes show #2!

Download here!

While MC Minority Vote is visiting the upper peninsula for the next few days, I will have to figure out all this computer jazz myself.

You sharp ears out there will notice that DJ Gun Control and MC Minority Vote are still figuring out permanent names. Be prepared for more change, as we are fickle creatures.

The show was as good as ever, except that rather bad selection I made from the rotation rack. :shudder: My apologies.

All you hip cats going to the Russian Circles show shall see me there, but if you aren't going you'll have to wait till next week to get your dose of me on the best damn radio show on WIDR to ever be called The LAN Party2.0!

- DJ Gun Control

Sunday, August 8, 2010

Rushin' around

Hey all you Kalamazoo residents! Wanna check out an awesome band that has no resemblance to the current shite on top 40 radio?

Russian Circles
will be at The Strutt on thursday, Aug. 12th. Doors at 8pm, show at 9pm. The band was scheduled to play at The Strutt over the winter but were forced to cancel due to a pathetic excuse for a blizzard that made people scared of driving for no good reason. I may or may not still be upset about this.
Tickets are only 12 dollars if you buy them in person, 15 if you buy them online. Why the tickets cost more online is a mystery I will likely never solve without first getting really pissed off about the gall of most companies but I will admit that it's better than the nearly doubling of the ticket price that ticketmaster gouges out of it's customers (this doesnt make it acceptable, just better than ticketmaster).

Anyhoo, I shall be there with my ladyfriend and most likely a few other comrades. Yes, I do have a ladyfriend despite the myriad factors suggesting otherwise. My co-DJ may also attend if he has the time. I will try to convince him.

As always, the radio show will air on Tuesday night/Wednesday morning. This week will be installment #2 of our new format. I've finally been putting my new fancy computer to good use and made a few liners and promos for the show. Keep an ear out for these little gems interspersed with the music.

- DJ Water Buffalo (formerly Fidel michaelangelo starscream podcastro)

Saturday, August 7, 2010

The War On Those Who Know Where the Drugs Are Continues

So just that were clear here, me posting the link below to the story actually violates the law because the content on the page is copyrighted and so me posting this link here is very much illegal.


Unfortunately my reason for posting this material here is for both humor and critique, which are both valid forms of free speech, under the constitution. I mean if we're still using that old rag.

So with that in mind here is the story with little additions by me in red.

New York, NY, United States (AHN) - U.S. authorities have shut down several websites for allegedly hosting pirated copies of Hollywood movies and TV shows. News of the seizures came just a week after the Obama administration announced an enforcement plan for dealing with theft of intellectual property. (Obama is in the pocket of the MPAA/RIAA, but then it's not really surprising since this is the same guy that as one of his first acts chose to extend the patriot act, which is an act that uses the fear of gnomes who may attack our homes as a means to conduct illegal search and seizure, to help warrant these fears, what a tidy cycle)

A Manhattan federal court issued warrants on behalf of the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York that demanded the closure of seven sites: TVshack.net, Movies-Links.tv, FilesPump.com, Now-Movies.com, PlanetMoviez.com, ThePirateCity.org and ZML.com. I don't know most of these sites, but I do know FilesPump.com was literally a specialized search engine that searched direct download sites for keywords you entered, I suppose google will be the next to get seized by the customs? Oh wait they are all in bed together trying to slow down internet for us ORDINARY WORKING PEOPLE, while speeding it up for us CORPORATE ASSHOLES.

Wan't to see these cross agency clusterfucks defending large corporations from the very much democratic critique of the entertainment industry? http://image.bayimg.com/iaoheaacc.jpg

The websites are listed to computers located domestically in Colorado, Florida, Illinois and internationally in the Czech Republic, Germany, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. Oh so that's why customs were involved in electronic transactions, because we now control the whole world, I see.

U.S. Attorney Preet Corporate Shill Bharara said in a statement, "Criminal copyright infringement occurs on a massive scale over the Internet, and reportedly not factually results in billions of dollars in losses to the U.S. economy. Very good play up the economy dollar because we have such a shitty one at the moment due in no way to piracy but due completely to corporate greed That translates into lost jobs and real hardships for ordinary working people. I could see how ordinary working people who work over 50 hours a week or don't have a job at all might not want to spend 20 dollars on a shitty movie. That's why we took today's action. If your business model is movie piracy, your story will not have a happy ending." Isn't it weird that he sounds almost like the good guy instead of just a corporate shill with some really bad data? Here is the data that does not make it in to their calculations that come directly from the MPAA and RIAA which are no doubt independent in their opinion with no bias at all, anyhoo so billions lost on sales, if they assume that if people couldn't see these shitty things for free that they would just buy them based on summaries provided by the same industry that makes them. For example if I were to download a Metallica album which I would never do, but let's pretend that I felt that I wanted to give them another shot, so the RIAA would calculate that as a loss of a CD sale, unfortunately I listen to this album and find out that it is bile. OH NO, what now, oh wait it's not a problem, I delete the horrific bile off my computer and take a deep breath of relief. The important bit is that I wouldn't have bought the CD without a good listen first. We no longer live in the times of hey here's the single hey trust us the rest of the CD is just as good, and really it wouldn't be a problem if you could return opened movies and CD's to the store by simply saying, well it's a piece of shit and don't want to listen to it anymore. However that's not the business plan is it, the plan is to pretend that shitty movies with no replay value need to be made with massive budgets for hot actors and no writers and then we all like sheep have to go out and before we can word of mouth each other how bad it is, shit they already got our money and got away. Well technology has advanced beyond that, and shutting down sites that if anything help promote projects that would never even a single sale is like shooting your self in the foot. Just because they throw lot's of money at something does not mean it's good or legal or anything else.

Visitors landing on the aforementioned web pages will now be redirected to a page that notifies them the sites have been seized by the government. However, after the seizures were announced four of the sites appeared to still be working properly. This may have something to do with them not having any authority on the internet, I'm really baffled by this land grab the U.S. Government is trying to pull, they are trying to destroy Net Neutrality with one hand to help corporations and with the other they are treating the ordinary folks who are out of a job because they no longer need all those grips on the CGI shitfests like Transfuckingformers.

Bharara believes Belief is fun, unfortunately it also has no proof seizing the websites will have a deterrent effect among people who would watch movies illegally. I'm glad the illegal movie watching hasn't had an effect on hollywood making better movies, so I highly doubt it will work in reverse, but hey it's cute watching the government trying to flex it's muscle and better yet watching a democrat president buying into the lies. Good job lobbies, those common folks you so give a shit about sure appreciate being called criminals, I just know they will change their ways and buy up all them shitty seasons of 24 now.

I think what bothers me more than anything is how arrogant the industry is, it assumes it's product is worth what they say it's worth, but it rarely is, very rarely. I can count how many movies I saw in theaters this year, and this isn't because I saw them online illegaly it's because I was trully excited by the plot and the actors and the director and I went sometimes out of my way to see these movies. I can count them on the fingers of one hand, because one of the movies I saw ended up feeling like a let down, because the trailer portrayed it as something it wasn't, now how many fucking times does that happen? Again it does not matter and isn't ever calculated because the key is to get people in the doors the first week and then completely forget about it and move on to the next shitty plothole.

Dr. Oxen

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

The LAN Party 2.0 premiers.


So Fidel and Raul are dead. Good riddance.

So what did you think? Is the show worse, better, or fatter?

We don't know about y'all, but we enjoyed it.
We were so tired that we didn't even attend the post-premier party. We don't mean to act so milquetoast, we promise. It's just that Tim Robbins was there and DJ Water Buffalo gets facial tics around him.

Stay tuned if you don't hate the new format. Lots of awesome music will follow.

DJ Water Buffalo & Dr. Oxen

(full disclosure: DJ Water Buffalo edited this post to make the embedded links work and to exercise his heavy handed grammatical facism)