At least one Santa had a skewed version of the Christmas spirit when he pulled out a gun to rob a Rhode Island yacht club last week.
Guess he felt it better to receive than to give.
That story and more are up this week on Rynski’s Shattered Reality radio show on Party934.com and FM 94.9 in Hudson Valley, N.Y.
Next show is Wednesday, Dec. 22 (today!) and every Wednesday online at Party934.com. Showtime is 1 p.m. in Arizona, 3 p.m. EST.
Party 934 is a radio alternative for listeners sick of stations that play one song followed by 500 commercials.
Songs that mention NUMBERS are again this week’s theme as we have numerous requests left from last week that are counting on being played.
Thanks! to all who keep the song requests coming.
What: Rynski’s Shattered Reality Internet radio show
When: Every Wednesday for one hour
Time: 1 p.m. in Arizona, 3 p.m. EST
Where: www.party934.com and FM 94.9 in Hudson Valley
For those who might miss the show, please check back after the fact for the playlist and recorded download.
CALL FOR SONGS – Songs that mention WEATHER. Snowy, rainy, bright and sunshiny, you name it, we’ll try to find it and play it. Please leave suggestions in the comment section below or e-mail email@example.com
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Playlist for Rynski’s Shattered Reality 12/22:
Theme: Numbers, part 2 of 2
The Rolling Stones – 2000 Light Years from Home (Deb in AZ)
The Number of the Beast – Iron Maiden (Bill in MI)
Jimmy Sturr – Box Fiddle Polka (Polka always for parents)
Keith – 98.6 (Jeanne in NY)
Yardbirds – Eight Miles High (Beezel)
Rent Soundtrack – 525,600 Minutes (Anna in NY)
Peter, Paul and Mary – 500 Miles (Carol in AZ)
One – Metallica (Bill in MI, Steve in CT)
Chuck Berry – Sweet Little Sixteen (Frank in AZ)
My Morning Jacket – It Beats 4 U
Brothers Johnson – Strawberry Letter 23
Beatles – All Together Now (Jeanne in NY)
Violent Femmes – Blister in the Sun (Didn’t fit theme but needed to play it)
Ryn Gargulinski is a writer, artist, performer and poet who is glad no one requested the number song “96 Tears,” although that song is decidedly better than “Tears of a Clown.” Her radio show airs every Wednesday and her column appears every Friday. See more writing and art from RYNdustries at ryngargulinski.com, cafepress.com/ryndustries and rynski.etsy.com.
What do you think?
Do weeping clowns creep you out?
If not, what does?