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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).
NOTE--I made an executive decision to cut one of the episodes out of this run because it sounded so lame it embarrassed me. I wound up putting the original episode #14 together out of all the floor sweepings of material that I had been sitting on for four years. And when I gave it an advance listen, I realized that it doesn't fucking work. The sound levels were muddled, the continuity was incoherent, the white guys from audiobooks trying to sound black were just curdling me, and the violence was just a blare of meaningless bullshit. So I snipped it out, and you know what? This move totally improves the continuity. It keeps up the insane level of Bush abuse which amps up the ominous tone as we slide into the final three chapters.

As the [new] fourteenth hour of our saga unfolds, Hurricane Katrina still howls away, scouring the littered Mississippi Delta. Stained with the blood of his slain brother Jeb, George stumbles through the swamps, gripped by madness and looking for someone to help him escape his Hell. He tries his (shitty) luck hitchhiking with a series of bitter, hostile evacuees, only to fall victim to a clutch of Klansmen--Lester Maddox, JB Stoner, James Earl Ray, and the Grand Dragon himself, Pat Robertson. Robertson, still nursing a white-hot grudge against the Bush family, invites George to get hammered with them--to a fiery cross! As if that weren't bad enough, George still faces an appointment with dark destiny... in the form of his sadistic kidnapper Jack, who is roaring through the bayous on a mission of murder.

There will be BLOOD. You might want to put a drip pan under your radio.

For music tonight, we have a dose of "4-Way Diablo" by Monster Magnet, a perfect song I found in the slushbox at WREK called "Blanco's Big Mistake" by Louisiana Guerilla, and THE most fucking amazing, fucking DARK version of "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" by the world's most hardcore fucking band, Deadbolt!!! Also--I did NOT do the George Bush cover of "Imagine," but I wish I had. As far as I can tell, it's by Rx2008, but I could be wrong.

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