Nipple shocks, gun shootin' granny and more – Rynski radio – UPDATE with playlist and download

Teens do kooky things. They are supposed to. But shock their own nipples in electrical shop class? It gets better – the kid’s family is now suing the school.

This lady should take lessons from the gun shootin' granny we're going to tell you about/Thinkstock

That story and more are up this week on Rynski’s Shattered Reality Internet radio show at

Next show is Wednesday, Sept. 1 (today!) and every Wednesday on Showtime is noon in Arizona, 3 p.m. EST. is an online radio alternative for listeners sick of stations that play one song followed by 500 commercials.

This week’s musical line-up includes our weekly polka fix plus songs that mention seasons – winter, spring, summer, fall and anything that may fall in between.

We have some awesome song suggestions in the queue – thanks to all who offered them.

Requests for future shows welcome; please leave them below.

What: Rynski’s Shattered Reality Internet radio show
: Every Wednesday for one hour
Time: Noon in Arizona, 3 p.m. EST


Planes, trains, automobiles, bicycles, horses, motorcycles, rollerblades, armadillos – you name it, we’ll try to find it and play it in a future show. Please leave suggestions below.

UPDATE with playlist and download:

Missed the show? CLICK HERE to download

Playlist for Rynski’s Shattered Reality 09/01:

Lovin’ Spoonful – Summer in the City (Cherlyn in AZ)

Terry Jacks – Seasons in the Sun (Larry in AZ)

Zombies – Time of the Season (Noir and Laura in AZ, Jennifer in Boston)

Bobby Vinton – Pennsylvania Polka (polka always for parents)

War – Summer (Walt in TX)

Brian Hyland – Sealed with a Kiss (Randy in AZ)

Cars – Magic (Robert in FL)

The Doors – Summer’s Almost Gone (Beezel)

Eddie Cochran – Summertime Blues (Marlowe in MI)

James Taylor – You’ve Got a Friend (Kathy)

Grease soundtrack – Summer Nights (Cherlyn in AZ)

Stravinsky – Le Sacre du Printemps (aka Rite of Spring) (Radmax in AZ)

Janis Joplin – Summertime (Linda in UK)

Rolling Stones – Winter (Debbie in AZ)

Will Smith – Summertime (Josh in MI)

What’s your favorite mode of transportation?

Your least favorite? Why?


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4 Responses to Nipple shocks, gun shootin' granny and more – Rynski radio – UPDATE with playlist and download

  1. Alan in Kent WA says:

    Caught the show, but ain’t of fan off Seasons in the SunSummertime Blues wuz good, but I like Blue Cheer’s version.  Of course, this is only my likes, so cheers to Larry and Marlowe.  They may not like the MTH tune Death May Be Your Santa Claus, so I will not request it for everyone to have to suffer through it. 

    • Rynski says:

      thanks for listening, alan in kent wa.
      you are not the only listener who expressed less-than-fandom for seasons in the sun (hahahah). i think it’s a hilarious song! …although it’s becoming less hilarious as it’s run through my head incessantly ever since i played it.
      i did try to find your mott the hoople heaven and hell request for the show with that theme but was unable to locate it.
      although it sounds like a seasonal song, does ‘death may be your santa claus’ somehow fall into the transportation category? (does it mention a sleigh, reindeer, etc?)
      if not, give me one that does and i will scour the earth to find it (or at least the available database). sound good mth, fan?

      • Alan in Kent WA says:

        Believe it or not , death may be your santa claus are not even lyrics in the song.  The title was “assigned” to it by the producer.  A MTH song that reflects transportation is Drivin’ Sister.  It should be easier to locate.  Anything other than All The Young Dudes is good.

      • Rynski says:

        you got it, alan in kent wa!
        i’ll be drivin’ to find drivin’ sister….thanks!
        ‘young dudes’ could have been good if it had not been played 1.9 million times on jukeboxes, radios and in movie scores everywhere.

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