The Best Show on WFMU's List for the Order of Everything

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  1. GEESE CROSSING STREET
  2. ADOPTING AN OLDER ANIMAL FROM A SHELTER
  3. FINDING UNEXPECTED MONEY IN YOUR PANTS
  4. SEEING A DOG IN DRIVERS SEAT OF EMPTY CAR
  5. SPORTS AT THEIR BEST
  6. PEOPLE WATCHING CAMPING MOVIE WHILE CAMPING
  7. BILL BELACHECK POST SUPERBOWL PRESS CONFERENCE

Thus it was decreed.

(Source: friendsoftom.com)

Running theme in Kubrick’s films: ridiculous fight scenes. Above is one from The Killing (1956), where a guy gets his sleeves ripped off before removing the whole shirt to continue fighting. Compare with this and this.

The answers are out there.

The answers are out there.

Don’t I fucking know it, Sharon. So damn good.

On Patrol #70: It's Not About The Umbrella

It’s the final episode of the school year, and it’s a jam-packed show! Tons of guests, fun stuff, and music! PORKY’S GROOVE MACHINE live in-studio, performing songs, talking about Planet Funk, and discussing hair length! Plenty of guests stop by to pay their respects before graduating, including LILY SAND, LIZ BARENHOLTZ, EMILY CROWE, ALEX YORK and JACK CANFIELD, HELEN NOBLE, Station Manager STEPH COURTNEY, and even more! Peter is absent, so MORGAN ANN GRAY, ANASTASIA SKLIAROVA, MITCHELL GREENBERG, and Intern Will start things off! An SNL intro and outro! New employees IAN PELTON and RIDLEY TANKERSLEY get sworn in! Favorite memories, advice, and Putin Talk! And so much more! Get it now - this episode was huge! Thanks for a great year!

On Patrol #69: Grapefruit or Farts (Lost Episode Excerpt)

A little late, but better than ever! This episode got cut short, but it’s got a fair amount of goodies! Boyfriend Matt finally shows his face in the studio to talk about his multiple girlfriends! MORGAN ANN GRAY, MITCHELL GREENBERG, and TRACY JOHNSON are in-studio to talk about celebrity crushes, Star Trek, and tons of other stuff! It’s only an hour, but it’s a good one! Get it!

emes said: hellooo. i've been reading your tumblr since i was like, a junior in high school, and i remember a few years ago you posted a song that (i think?) you said your swimming coach or someone recorded, and i think it was called like "in the west"? super acoustic-y, kinda boilerplate stuff, i remember liking it tho, and it just popped back into my head. do you have any idea what the name of the song/band is? thanks dude ^_^

That was “Out in the West” by the band formally known as Legs Like Straw - it’s not available anymore (I just checked online), but they’ve got new music out now under the moniker The Hit Back - you can find their debut album here: http://thehitback.bandcamp.com/

And for others, yeah this is my friend Seth’s band and it’s the best thing out there.

ON PATROL tonight!

The last episode of ON PATROL airs tonight from 7-9 PM CST on WLFM! So much planned - dozens of guests, and live music! Listen in!

ON PATROL tonight!

I can’t post any fancy picture, because my computer is broken, but ON PATROL is tonight! 7-9 PM CST on WLFM! Do it!

never forget

Last night, RADIO FOR RWANDA raised $3,335 for Health Development Initiative in Kigali, Rwanda. 12 hours, over 100 people, and so many gracious donors. Thank you, thank you, thank you. We made a change.

It’s on nights like these that Angel comes out.

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Hi All,
So, I try not to promote too much garbage on Tumblr - because, whatever - but this Sunday, May 25th, from noon until midnight I’ll be hosting the second annual Radio For Rwanda. 
Radio for Rwanda is an event we put together at WLFM (my college radio station) in which we raise money in partnership with GlobeMed for Health Development Initiative. HDI is an organization in Kigali, Rwanda that teaches sexual education in after school programs to kids, which isn’t taught there otherwise. Sexual education is something that I think we Americans take for granted, whereas not everyone has access to it. Here’s an example: GlobeMed workers who go over to Rwanda in the some have heard from multiple students that they believe condoms can come with diseases, such as AIDS, and therefore aren’t used in many situations. To us, this seems ridiculous, but to them it’s what they’ve been told.
In order to make programs like this happen, they need our help - and that’s what Radio for Rwanda is all about. I’ll be hosting the twelve-hour marathon myself, which can be streamed at WLFMradio.com, and having all kinds of bands, guests, and general amusement happening on air. I’ve been planning this thing for a past few months, and it’s going to be really, really great. Last year we raised $3,333 which was completely incredible. They made a video about it that you watch here and a Best Of collection that you can listen to here. More information about HDI and their cause can be found here. 
I’m not sure how many people this blog reaches, but even if it reaches one person: please tune in and help us out. A lot of people are asking for a lot of things out there, and I get that, but this is a cause I truly believe in and care about deeply - and an event that myself and a lot of other people put a lot of time into. Also, it’s a lot of fun, and you’ll enjoy it.
So, we’ll see you Sunday. Noon to Midnight. On WLFM. Thanks!
- Peter

Hi All,

So, I try not to promote too much garbage on Tumblr - because, whatever - but this Sunday, May 25th, from noon until midnight I’ll be hosting the second annual Radio For Rwanda. 

Radio for Rwanda is an event we put together at WLFM (my college radio station) in which we raise money in partnership with GlobeMed for Health Development Initiative. HDI is an organization in Kigali, Rwanda that teaches sexual education in after school programs to kids, which isn’t taught there otherwise. Sexual education is something that I think we Americans take for granted, whereas not everyone has access to it. Here’s an example: GlobeMed workers who go over to Rwanda in the some have heard from multiple students that they believe condoms can come with diseases, such as AIDS, and therefore aren’t used in many situations. To us, this seems ridiculous, but to them it’s what they’ve been told.

In order to make programs like this happen, they need our help - and that’s what Radio for Rwanda is all about. I’ll be hosting the twelve-hour marathon myself, which can be streamed at WLFMradio.com, and having all kinds of bands, guests, and general amusement happening on air. I’ve been planning this thing for a past few months, and it’s going to be really, really great. Last year we raised $3,333 which was completely incredible. They made a video about it that you watch here and a Best Of collection that you can listen to here. More information about HDI and their cause can be found here

I’m not sure how many people this blog reaches, but even if it reaches one person: please tune in and help us out. A lot of people are asking for a lot of things out there, and I get that, but this is a cause I truly believe in and care about deeply - and an event that myself and a lot of other people put a lot of time into. Also, it’s a lot of fun, and you’ll enjoy it.

So, we’ll see you Sunday. Noon to Midnight. On WLFM. Thanks!

- Peter