Friday, August 20, 2010

DicksnJanes Podcast #260: souptoastpiecoffee

The Scarborough Dude tries to get back in the groove, and wins.

We Can Be Strong - Willy Mason - If The Ocean Gets Rough
Live Fast - Faron Young - Uncut Magazine - Radio Bob Vol 2

Special thanks to the much ballyhooed TipTapTip

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Bob said...

Dammit, why do you keep making me think of songs when you podcast?

Your talk about Baba Ram Dass and "Be Here Now" and your thoughts about your own moods made me think of a Joe Jackson tune that I love:

PS: Oscar Peterson's dad was a Pullman porter, if I recall correctly.

Stevie Z said...

If you're looking for an interesting guide to Canadian history, the "Canadian History for Dummies" book was actually written by Will Ferguson, the same gentleman who wrote Hitching Rides with Buddha....

Scarborough Dude said...

I'll look for it Stevie - thanks! I'm STILL reading a chapter or 2 every night of Hitching Rides with Buddha, and am still so impressed with his grasp of the Japanese people and culture! Would love to have him come and speak to our Canada Japan Society!

The Deranged Moose said...

Catching up on the past few podcasts, Just want you to know I'm still listening to em all.

You know, sometimes I think you live too much in your head, man. Stop obsessing about what people think - just let it flow. It's good stuff. If it weren't I'd have quit listening years ago.

Sermon over.

Listening on a Sunday night. A night which usually for some reason makes me feel kinda down. Especially on those weeks when I turn my kids over to my ex on Monday. Somehow, your voice and your thoughts are, well.... like a balm for me.

Anyway... back to listening...


The Deranged Moose said...

Hey! A mention!


The Deranged Moose said...


I thought it might interest you to know that I can still find remnants of the tent cities you hippies lived in on the trails out here in Porter Creek. Perhaps I should apply for a grant to do an archeological study and designate the area a historical site. Might even find that missing knife of yours!

Scarborough Dude said...

Great to hear from you Roger and to know you're still listening. I still have an image in my mind of you walking your dogs in the winter woods at night, doing your own podcast or listening to Dicksnjanes - it's one of the things that keeps me going.