Home » Resistor » Show Notes – Resistor – 06.03.2014

We’re starting to hit our stride, and things are feeling good 😀

We’re lining up our ducks (and our on-air guests) and starting to get a feel for the segments that’ll keep us out of trouble for an hour. It was good to temper our lovely meat (Kev Carmody, Steve Earle & MC5) with some tasty veg. Sometimes we need to eat our vegies! These gourmet, fine dining micro-greens were ethically sourced in Canberra, coming courteous of the Australian Senate – It was a Senator Ludlam, lightly seasoned in great political rhetoric and classy delivery. We heard the Melbournian comedian Sean Bedlam lament the detention of all those innocent trees in the detention that is Australia’s forests and NYC’s Lee Camp float the idea that “critical mass” doesn’t seem that large. On paper at least 😀

The songs we heard tonight were;

We’re starting to push a conspiracy charge. And it feels good! Unless I see you in lock-up beforehand, speak with you all next week!

-Joe

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