Executive Producers: Sir Thomas Rice, Sir Michael Kearns
Associate Executive Producers: Sir Shane Castille, Kevin Fairchild, Andrew Ofisher, Greg Filer
Art By: MartinJJ
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  1. Empty jar says:

    Is this “No Show Agenda” today?
    The link to mp3 is broken, please read the comments in 450.shownotes,.
    Mevio is empty too, I am having show_ withdrawal attack.
    Please, fix me.

    • stormtrooper 651 says:

      Why is this show 96bps? File size too forking big!
      Should be 64 at most, is this all about Adam and John thinking they have the superior sensitive super human ears of artistes and hear things mortals don’t and yet it’s soooo important daaarling?
      Audiophiles are douchebags.

  2. orchidcup says:

    So now No Agenda is broadcast on WBCQ over the shortwave band at 50,000 watts ERP. Outstanding.

    Darn it. I don’t have a shortwave receiver in my car.

  3. orchidcup says:

    Here is the homepage of WBCQ:

    WBCQ The Planet

    The propagation model of WBCQ at 7.490 Mhz @ 50 kw:

    Propagation Model

    The station schedule needs to be updated, I don’t see No Agenda listed there.

  4. msbpodcast says:

    Looks like she’s not swallowing enough, uh, seamen. :-)

  5. orchidcup says:

    Listen to the WBCQ Live Studio Webcast here:

    WBCQ 7.490 Live Studio Webcast

    Stream is very good on MPlayer and WinAmp player.

    They need to develop a channel for the Roku player.

  6. William Masciarelli says:

    Would SOMEONE explain the photo?

    • usaidamouffull says:

      If you have to ask you are way to young or way to old to be here!

  7. deowll says:

    http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2012-09-19/business/ct-nw-rice-arsenic-20120919_1_inorganic-arsenic-outer-bran-rice

    I’m not sure if rice simply stores arsenic as a natural pesticide or what but the evidence is growing that a diet high in rice is going to contain more arsenic than is good for you. Rice bran was dropped as a healthy food supplement in one south American country a year or so back for the same reason: high levels of arsenic. This is the sort of thing crack pot should be warning us about.

  8. deowll says:

    The CA summer blend is made and used in CA. They set their own standards because they’re special. There are a very limited number of very old refineries producing this product because of protecting the environment. They are well maintained and have been extensively modernized. Nobody is even going to try and build a new refinery in CA because it would be hopeless between the lawsuits and getting permits. The current price hikes pretty much comes down to what happen when the greens protect the environment to the point of choking energy production. Both John and Adam should have known this. One of the two refineries that was down is back on line and the other is partly back on line.

    My brother in law is a safety guy in the oil industry. He made a lot more money than I did and still hires on to help out at some sites. He does training and makes sure that safety regulations are being followed.

    I do understand why people don’t want these things near them. Fractional distillation of flammable fluids if incorrectly done can produce a really staggeringly big boom!

  9. deowll says:

    If you eat what you are allergic to or fear becoming allergic to you may develop a tolerance. The Cherokee Indians as youngsters are supposed to have eaten poison oak. I know a guy who tried it and he still seems to be immune to the plant. So stupid as this sounds it might work. Hey those shots they give most allergy sufferers contain the pollen or spores that gave you red eyes and the hives. After a few years the person taking the shoots will usually become largely immune.

    • What? The moth is always drawn to the flame? says:

      This is not a smart idea.

      Food allergies become more violent with each additional exposure, and it is dangerous to attempt acclimation.

  10. t0llyb0ng says:

    Condi likes vodka & tonics
    & avionics
    & parakeets
    & sugar beets