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Over the Edge, for July 11, 2014 - 12:00am

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Over the Edge - The Science Show

Negativland – Mark Hosler, Peter Conheim, Tim Maloney, Jon leidecker, Don

A group of cohorts large enough to be called Negativland join me for an improvised discussion of Science. Peter Diddle, Harold Camping, Wick Milford, and Brindle Spork take on all scientific questions and Receptacle callers without a scientific plan or scientific qualifications to do so. This intense talk fest, intended to increase a public awareness of science in our lives, does just the opposite.

3 Hours.

 

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I like the Weatherman (who

I like the Weatherman (who doesn't?) but I wouldn't come for him. There are limits.

Did I just listen to a

Did I just listen to a muscular dystrophy telethon?

We came for The Weatherman, we got Pastor Dick without even a lousy phone fidelity device.

whose that noob caller who

whose that noob caller who calls every week with the same off topic crap minimalizing the importance of your show with comments such as " aren't we all a bit off to be calling in to over the edge?" ... speak for yourself asspipe.. every call from this guy is a downfall moment for your show,.he is goofy in the worst way,.off topic and doesn't get the format. fade that goofy ass caller out. he's your demise. he is on a self dialogue. it doesn't fit. another important point here is,. fidelity! the said caller is constantly calling in with his own mix that is unintelligible to the rest of us.. yet, somehow this guy gets lots of OTR time when others with great material waiting never get through,.. how does he do it? annoying as hell to say the least. fix it. i have turned off the show he is such a bummer. that's a problem. he spouts affinity yet has no clue. teach or go down in grey fuzz.

I think I can speak for the

I think I can speak for the whole of the UK when I say that we do, indeed, hate the phrase, 'blank mange'. 'Blancmange', however, is just a bit French.

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