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Posted By DJ Garrett on 11/02/2011 at 10:15PM
Dead Dog, Your Heart Breaks, Theo Grizol, and Meowtain - Friday, November 4th, 8:00 PM @ Hollow Earth Radio
Dead Dog - Rock and roll from Athens, Georgia
Your Heart Breaks - Recently held a penguin
Theo Grizol - Also held the same penguin
Meowtain - Olympia cat rock and roll
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Posted By Domenica on 10/24/2011 at 04:43AM
On the Importance of Yeti within the Fabric of Society by Agnes Fidget
You may have recently heard the news that there has been increasing evidence in Siberia proving the existence of the Yeti, otherwise known as the Abominable Snowman, a cousin of Sasquatch (from the Great Northwest). In fact, scientists from across the globe are “95% sure that Russia's wintry expanse is home to the mythical Yeti” and a woman in Michigan even claims to have ten Yeti in her yard alone! What a jerk, hogging all the Yeti. This is all the evidence we need to prove that the Yeti is real and among us, although sadly hidden. I am wholeheartedly for the Yeti to make themselves known and join into the larger fabric of society. They are big and scary, but they have ‘giant, gentle hands’ at least according to Jad and David Fair in their seminal song on the subject ‘Sasquatch’.
Like many so-called monsters, the Yeti appears frightening, but is just misunderstood, according to Jad Fair, an expert on monsters. If the Yeti were to emerge from their obscure Russian climate (and Michigan) and make themselves known to us, the Yeti would no longer remain a terrifying rumor composed of bright white fur and beady eyes, but a very real creature we could get to know and possibly, even love.
I wish to reiterate my support for the trans-continental Yeti research that is currently taking place and to express my sincere hope that it will further the Yeti cause. From this tenuous and uncertain time in the history of Sasquatch/Yeti visibility I can only hope that understanding will be followed by acceptance and will lead us as a general public to future Yeti interaction, shy and awkward may they be.
Yetis: Do They Resonant with Today’s Young People? by Fielding Mellish
The Yeti, or Abominable Snowman as some English majors make a show of calling the imaginary beast in question, is once again in the news headlines. As reported by several publications earlier this month, the Russian oblast of Kemerovo is supposedly home to a Yeti-like creature prowling its presumably cold and windy nether regions. A team of international scientists say they are “95%” sure the mythic thatch-haired he creature is skulking its way across the vast and unforgiving expanse of terrain locals refer to as “Siberia” at this very moment.
Now normally I would go on an inspired screed about how tales of invented mythic creatures are complete balderdash. BUT for the sake of argument - and a lingering desire to redress some issues I have with the film Harry and the Hendersons - I shall argue outside the boundaries of conventional Earth logic and address some of Agnes’ considerations while presenting a few counter arguments in bullet point fashion:
So as you can see in my professionally formatted argument about the Yeti, it is surely a hunt not worth pursuing. We should let the (fictional) luxuriant creature live freely and unmolested. I cannot emphasize enough the degree to which we should not molest the forest dwelling fur brute. After all, one movie about a family-friendly Yeti is one too many.
Posted By Domenica on 10/21/2011 at 08:19PM
DJ Agnes Fidget of The Inland Buoy presents a short and effective way to learn new words! The Dandy Dictionary follows the story of one M. Fromage - an aspiring Dandy in pursuit of idle pleasures and foppish Greatness. As he wends his way through fashionable society at an undisclosed point in history, his travails and encounters in each episode provide an example of use for a word from the GRE vocabulary list, as well as detailing said word's various definitions.
You can now download a copy of the weekly installments of the Dandy Dictionary at the Hollow Earth Podcasts Page. It will sort of be the Muzzy of vocabulary learning. The Dandy Dictionary can also be heard on The Inland Buoy, which is on every Monday from 2 to 4 p.m.
Posted By e_j_buster on 10/20/2011 at 02:51PM
Kaleidosaur will be in-studio tonight to unveil a brand new set of music on Hollow Earth Radio. They’ve just emerged from their laboratory with three surreal audio short stories. These short stories add an exciting new dimension to the already psychedelic nature of Kaleidosaur's music. Tune in to hear this world premiere presentation at 9 pm (PST) tonight (Oct. 20th).
Posted By Fielding Mellish on 10/12/2011 at 08:24AM