Spitting, Stamps, Books, and Pulp Magazines about Railroads
Wednesday - April 4, 1973
First Line After Theme Ends
I'm here! Ha ha. Now hold on a minute there if you will please. . .
Test of echo chamber (full and partial) - "Assume that I'm in a vast primal wilderness"
Distinction between conventional and special talents (including spitting accuracy)
Proposal for Ishmael, Holden Caufield and Ludlow Kissel to be depicted on American postage stamps.
Proposal for federal grants and subsidies to publishers for books not published - Senator Bullard speaking in Congress with echo effects.
Readings from September 1937 Railroad Magazine with background sounds of a West Virginia freight train - advertisements, a poem, and jokes.
Imitations of a tobacco auctioneer and "Call for Phillip Morris"
Trivia quiz on advertisements - Marlboro man ("What was his tattoo?")