At the beginning of the show, Wendy gives a Rewind on mass shootings in the U.S. The Three Random Facts of the day involve Indonesian baseball player, “Mr. Nasty,” a grand parade of Egyptian mummies, and the strange demise of the singer of “Peanut Butter Jelly Time.” In Leftscape News: The next episode will be the 100th! In celebration, Wendy and Robin will host a 100th Episode Celebration (It may have a better name by then) on Friday, April 23rd at 8pm. Save the date and keep an eye out for more info. In other news: Terrible, Jim Crow-style voting laws in Georgia, President Biden’s “reefer madness” stance on cannabis, an updated interactive Media Bias Chart, royal unrest in Jordan, and good, local South Jersey news — The charming Clementon Park has been bought and the new owner intends to reopen. The first Artscape segment debuts later in the show. Wendy interviews co-host Robin Renée about hir musical and poetic work. Robin shares one new and one old spoken word piece in memory of close friend and musician, Kevin Coyle.
Things to do:
Contribute to Elizabeth Graner’s campaign fund.
Watch scenes from the ancient Egyptian mummy parade.
Check out the new Interactive Media Bias Chart.
Explore the high weirdness of The Church of the SubGenius.
Watch The Mutant Mountain Boys perform “Whip It (Barn Dance).”
Sound engineering by Wendy Sheridan
Show notes by Robin Renée
Fake sponsor messages by Thomas Limoncelli
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