Sunday, January 08, 2006

Dicks & Janes Podcast #42 - Thank You

A mellower Scarborough Dude take some time out to reflect on the podcasts he likes to listen to, and thanks fellow podcasters and listeners for tuning in...

Ballin The Jack - Danny Kaye - Ballin' The Jack
Country Boy - Johnny Cash - Johnny Cash
The Slider - T-Rez - The Slider
You're An Old Smoothie - Ray Conniff Singers - It's The Talk Of The Town
Neal Cassady - Washington Squares - From Greenwich Village: The Complete Washington Squares


Anonymous said...

Thanks for the flattering discussion of my podcasts. My latest SubTrans-015 podcast features a bunch of beat poetry. Thanks for the inspiration.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the kind words for Sage and I in this past podcast. We will definitely have to get together at some point - if you're not sick of sushi after all of your time in Japan, that is one of Sage's favourite meals and she has a place she's quite fond of.

On another note - I got a copy of episode # 13 from Gary a few days ago and listened to it on my train trip to Montreal this weekend. Fascinating episode. (Parenthetically - for future reference, you mentioned how long before there would be a washroom on your subway trip home - there is a washroom at Bloor (southbound Yonge Platform), and one at Kennedy as well. Might come in handy later. I had a bunch of other comments that I meant to write down as I rode but never got around to it. Since then I've forgotten them - my apologies.

Also - I keep hearing references to all of your travels but I think that having recently subscribed I must have missed some of the explanations. Any suggestions as to past episodes to look up for the context?

Scarborough Dude said...

Thanks Todd! I know the Kennedy washrroom well - it's saved me on many a late night. Glad you enjoyed the 'ghost stories' podcast Gary forwarded. Some people liked the Japan podcasts, listed back in the June archives of my blog (#9-13), although they were fueled more by alcohol than sushi. You can try the link below to start off the journey: