Monday, October 27, 2008



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This is episode 9.

We're almost real time.

Ah, its the apprentice nobleman's life for me. I shall cut such a dashing figure on the marbled floor of the hall of mirrors.

And we're not going to France. The ladies there tinkle under their skirts. (Mel Brooks had half right in "History of the World Part 1." French nobility also included women.

No. This episode has for a theme "Nights in Vienna".


We begin with "The Wiener Schnitzel Waltz" by "Tom Lehrer" off of the album: "Songs by Tom Lehrer" and its all downhill from there. "-)


We got PSAs:


Are you hardcore enough to go without talking for 24 hours?

Then stop by Campus Ministries to sign up for the Montserrat Retreat which runs October 25-26.


Campus Safety urges students, faculty and staff to sign up for text alerts, online @

This will be used to inform students, faculty and staff in an emergency.

This was useful last year in the bomb scare.

To sign up, students must know their Spirit ID # (Bring their Saint Peter's College ID)


Imagine if you did not have your cell phone, facebook or myspace page, twitter account or your IM or Skype ID to communicate with your friends?

Well, political refugees in Elizabeth (?? NJ [?? facility]) only have Snail Mail to communicate with, and yet they pay one dollar per stamp.

Community Service is asking for your help by buying stamp books for these refugees during October.

Use the Drop Off box at Community Services


BED: "The Stars and Stripes Forever" by: "John Philip Sousa"

Don't forget to get out and vote!

Do your patriotic duty.

Besides. If you don't vote, you'll have noting to complain about when the elected officials screw you.


BED: "Money" by "Theory In Motion" or "Money, money, money" by "ABBA" or "An Honest Job" by "Treat Her Right"

The Office of Career Services is having its 25h annual fall career fair.

Interview for Jobs!

Network with more than 40 companies!

Bring plenty of résumés and

dress for success.

It will be held Wednesday, October 22, 28 at the

McIntyre Lounge in Dinneen Hall

from 09:00 to 13:00 (1:00PM)

Al Saint Peter's College students and alumni alumnae are welcome.


There are still no prerecorded promos, well except for "moi."

bed: Oilsands by John Jack

Tomorrow in this time slot at WSPC:
"Peak Oil" , what it is, what it means to us all (and believe me it does, if you thought that 4.00 a gallon gasoline was bad, (and don't let the pre election slump and sag fool you,) the price of oil will reveal just how incomodious a commodity it is.

I'll be featuring podsafe music so I can retransmit them on a full-blown podcast, with an RSS feed, on iTunes without having to pay my soul out to the RIAA.


Lots of stuff happening.

I need to write stuff, get a wiki working, read a ton of email, and send replies, listen to a web seminar at 19:00.

I need some slack time for my slack mind. All of the selections this show will come off of "In Classical Mood, Vol 04: Nights in Vienna"

"Adelante la musica"

Streaming here on WSPC's Thyme Warp

"The Blue Danube" by "Johann Strauss" here on WSPC's ThymeWarp

"Symphony #94 In G, "Surprise" - Mvt. #2" by "Joseph Haydn" here on WSPC's ThymeWarp

"Moment Musical #3 In F Minor, D 780"by "Schubert" here on WSPC's ThymeWarp

"Pizzicato-Polka" by "J. Strauss, Jr." here on WSPC's ThymeWarp

"Die Fledermaus - Brüderlein, Brüderlein" by "J. Strauss, Jr" here on WSPC's ThymeWarp

"Liebesfreud" by "Fritz Kreisler" here on WSPC's ThymeWarp

"Symphony No. 8 in F Major Opus 93, Second Movement " by "Beethoven" here on WSPC's ThymeWarp

"Morning, Noon & Night In Vienna" by "Suppe" here on WSPC's ThymeWarp

"Radetzky March" by: "J. Strauss" here on WSPC's ThymeWarp

"Roses From The South, Op. 388" by "Johann Strauss II" here on WSPC's ThymeWarp

"Der Rosenkavalier - Waltz Sequence #2" by: "R. Strauss" here on WSPC's ThymeWarp


The show notes, incuding the complete text of this episode, and any and all links to the artists featured, are on a server ... somewhere.

And this show is also being podcast in m4a format, which means that it you use a compatible player, like iTunes, you get the content divided up into chapters with images and "hot links" to the the web, on the topic of the chapter or to accompany the music.

And you can send me feed back. suggestions, or just some sign that there anybody actually outside the studio.

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