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Sunday, February 05, 2006

Stew Albert

The show tonight shall be dedicated to the memory of Stew Albert, who died on January 31 from liver cancer. Stew was a part of the founding of the Yippies, along with Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Paul Krassner, Nancy Kurshen and Judy Gumbo. He remained a strong advocate for change until the end. His last book was entitled Who The Hell Is Stew Albert ( His best-known release was The 60s Papers, which was a classic. Stew's website:

Here's a song treat for a time other than during the show:

Recently seen films: Teddy Bears' Picnic (hilarious), from Spinal Tap's Harry Shearer ; A Dirty Shame, by John Waters. If you haven't seen the film about Bush's friends from Enron, it's now released on DVD

The Reverend is seeking a CD audio book of Al Franken's Rush Limbaugh Is A Big Fat Idiot.

In case you haven't seen them yet, the animation classics 205- Bush's Year In Review and Drugs I Need are very highly recommended

Corporate Criminals of 2005 can now be viewed at

Please remember to spread the word about Steve Kubby

We will allow none of this to get us down. Tonight is about tight outfits, horny huddles and tackles, going up the middle, racing towards the end zone, pile-ups, icing the kicker, and of course the highly suggestive hiking of the ball.

Rev. Bookburn
Radio Volta

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