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 Bobs Slacktime Funhouse 
 Weekly Program
 Rev. Susie the Floozie  
 For non-profit use only.
 Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike (by-nc-sa) 
 Warning: Program only suitable for FCC-designated safe harbor (10PM to 6AM).
Ah, first foray into Bush-bashing! I retooled this one from early pre-9/11 2001, but it was damned hard to fix because it's full of crappy xtian LPS that sound like crispy cellophane is being wadded up in the background. Man, those religious records are in even worse shape than the ones that were owned by drunks! Anyhow, I'd been doing the FUNHOUSE for some seven years under Clinton, and Funboy Bill was just no fun to abuse. I was itching for a good candidate to play the heavy, then the 2000 election rolled around... Ironically I had thought George W. was going to just be some hardline bible-thumping fundamentalist--little did I dream of the twisted road that lay ahead of me and led all the way up to my obsessive 17-hour HURRICANE SPECTACULAR cycle. *EESH*...!!!

The musical chunks contain songs by Pink Lincolns, Tonio K, and Oingo Boingo, but mainly the thing is stuffed to the gills with smug, crazy preachers and assorted loons, including some 1961 xtian musical revue album called FOR HEAVEN'S SAKE, written by some effete-looking woman named Helen Kromer, with the lengthy, annoying, and weird "Gimme God Blues" (just add "Bob"!). And the song with "I'm a spider" and "What came first, sin or fun" is from an edgy, hippie-era xtian rock musical album titled SALVATION. It apparently involved the contrived gimmick of some big stage-prop cross covered with light bulbs (which accounts for the guy singing the double entendre "I'm up here trying to plug it in--you make me feel ashamed!"). My album, according to a rubber-stamped notice on it, was decommissioned from the Cleveland, GA, library--probably because at another point, the guy stops in mid-song and says, "SHIT!" Hell, that surprised the living shit out of me!

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