PODCAST 200 -- "VERY DIFFERENT, VERY SINGLE TIMES

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Join Mike in the studio on his 200th episode, where he talks about nothing special -- as usual. Also, should we be "mortified" at our past selves? And remembering the techno-paranoia of the mid 90's.

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Show notes: We need to stop saying "They can put a man on the moon, but they can't (insert some common technology gap here)"; a little hung over on a Saturday morning; the movie "Sorcerer" (1977); Music Break 1*; looking at photos from very different, very single times in my life; was I happy back then, or just miserable all the time?; frazzled and confused; "Above the Law" (1988), starring Steven Seagal; "To Live and Die in LA" (1985); gritty streets; listener e-mail from Adam; a trip to the Video Street Video Store**; I haven't always been a Boy Scout; listening to some of my older shows on Archive.org; my recent blog featuring old stories, drawings from middle school that I found in my storage locker; techno-paranoia of the 90's; should we be "mortified" at our past selves?; Music Break 2*.

*Music Breaks: "Highway Car" by the Poors; "Ti" by Nafta; "What Would You Say" by Nafta; "Rules of Engagement" by Roger Chandler and Kathleen Martin. 

**Video Street Video Store: "Learning to Use the Internet" (1996); "The Game of Your Life" (c. 1988).

Backing music for tonight's episode is the Midnight Cassette System (CCO 1.0 Universal, attribution, non-commercial, share-alike).

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial Share-Alike US License. Attribution by Mike Boody. Released February 2017 on The Midnight Citizen and The Overnightscape Underground.