Atomic Suburbia 49

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Well after an extended hiatus we are back. We have some guest commentary from Redboy and Roy. Cate gave us a twitter poke to get this out and Dan provided some bumpers.

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This weeks Headlings:

Whale carcass buried in N.B. forest
Get your GPS’s ready GEO cachers, this one is go going to be tough to find, and hard to smell.

Harper uses Calgary Stampede to attack Liberal green plan
Dawning Black hat, Harper and a few other MPs stole a couple of chuckwagons and ran Ms. Dion and other liberal greenies out of town.

Vancouver in gridlock after city-wide power failure
A power failure in Vancouver on Friday caused traffic nightmares for commuter. Official blame the failure on all those people trying in vain to activate their iphones.

Tonight’s songs:

The CoastThe Coast
“Circles” (mp3)
from “The Coast”
(Aporia Records)

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The CoastThe Coast
“The Lines Are Cut” (mp3)
from “The Coast”
(Aporia Records)

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One thought on “Atomic Suburbia 49

  • August 10, 2008 at 5:58 pm
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    For some reason I’m not much of a comic strip fan but I do enjoy single panel cartoons, especially if they have a political bent so found myself chuckling at some of the olympics ones on this page http://cagle.com/news/Olympics08/ and thought you might enjoy them. I don’t know what it’s like in Canada but here in Australia sport is taken VERY seriously so when the Olympics are on the media coverage goes mad on Aussie Gold. Given we only ever get a handful of gold medals it can get very boring seeing the same footage over and over and over and over again so I am already tired of the games and it’s only day 3 :)

    Hope the house recycling continues to go well – I can’t help thinking there’s a business opportunity in there somewhere with everyone wanting to be greener these days.

    Cheers, Bernadette

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