The Scarborough Dude talks of Canadian National Podcast Day, shopping for clothes, and hippies.
Same Old Man - Karen Dalton Mojo Presents Dylan's Scene
Don't Think Twice, It's All Right - Bob Dylan - The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
There But for Fortune - Joan Baez - Mojo Presents Dylan's Scene
Subterranean Homesick Blues - Tim O'Brien - Dylan Country
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The Canadian National Day of Podcasting!
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Disagree with Dork entirely. I think I count as a long time regular listener now, and I can confidently say he is wrong.
IMHO, the beauty of the dicksnjanes podcast is listening to the Dude ponder the issues and events that present themselves. I don't want to hear the end product of the Dude's contemplations without going along on the journey to that place. Hearing just the end of the process would be like just being shown that the answer to a math problem is "17" without being told what the problem was or what intermediate steps were taken to arrive at the solution.
The dicksnjanes is a documentary; it's content must be judged accordingly upon it's fidelity to real life, not upon the clarity or singularity of its substantive message. In short, keep the tape rolling while you sniff the turds.
Argh, dear Internet, I do know that the possessive form of it does not take an apostrophe. Stupid iPhone and ITS stupid autocorrect!
Thanks Junior - I am totally delighted with your observation - it actually makes the podcast make more sense to me! I'll be sure to pas this along to Dork- AND Prick - next time they surface!
Glad to be of service. Sometimes, when you're up at six o'clock in the morning comforting a crying infant, you see certain things with clarity. I'd like to think this was one of those times.
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