Well it’s only 2 days away and the world finally goes to hell in a handbasket. It is now time to get your kicks while the kicks are good. Geekline with your host, Sundance, will be laying down the tracks and hoping for the best. Like Dan Rather said (albeit for too short of a time) … “COURAGE”
Tune in to the The Hella Positive Show!! With this week’s special guest… Tone Oliver! The Hella Positive Show serves as a voice and platform for The Hella Positive movement to bring people together to discuss positive ideas, culture, community, and art in the bay area, while having a good time!
Whether we inspire people by handing out free stickers, by spreading positive messages, or by rocking the brand, we aim to put positivity into your hearts, your minds, and into the global community. Visit www.hellapositive.com to learn more! Follow us on IG: @hellapositive
The Brian Knockin Show is back! 12 pm FCC FREE! We go live in the jam session with lots of Bay Area Roll Call bangers also Monday J Cole dropped a banger in honor of MLK! We got that one for you as we prep to boycott Friday’s Inauguration! Tune in to The Brian Knockin Show at Noon!
The Oakland Raiders cinderella season is officially over, but they deserve a round of applause seeing as they are the only Bay Area NFL Franchise this year to get to the Playoffs. Sharks get routed and handed the blues by St. Louis. The Niners are running out of candidates for both GM and head coaching positions. Outside of the Bay Area, the San Diego Chargers are now in L.A., does that mean the Raiders will move to San Diego?
So I get it. I understand that we live in a world where everyone is out to steal everyone else’s identity and that we are so mother-effing childish and selfish that, along with our identities, everyone want’s to steal our cars, bicycles, style, livelihood, significant others, and anything else they can get their fat, greedy, greasy, short-fingered, dirt-under-the-nails hands on but I, for one, am sick to death of having to have a password for every last little bit of life that I might try to cling to and sicker still that the people who are in charge of the various cryptography that I’m forced to memorize keep forcing me to change my various passwords every ten minutes in some bizarre effort to keep ahead of the lawyers who are playing catch-up with the thieves who think that anything in my life is worth having. Thieves take note: Far from being stolen, my identity can not be given away. I’m no happier about having it than you would be about robbing it. So shove that up your hole and call it Mildred. –Anonymous.
Godfrey’s Pub Crawl, part bar, part radio show, parts unknown. Featuring Meredith, our “Bartender to the Stars” and her gaggle of misfits, malcontents, ne’er do wells, once-functional alcoholics and anyone who wishes to join our travelling circus to nowhere. Just like your local tavern, we’ll be talking to- and behind the backs of- interesting people from all crawls of life, all while we pour drinks from our bottomless fountain of genteel indignation. So grab your stool and belly-up ’cause the bar is set, low… REAL low.
Hey there Kats & Kittens of cyberspace, it is Monday, January 16, 2017, the Federal holiday celebrating the birth of Martin Luther King, Jr., but more importantly (well, not really) it is time for another right rockin’ episode of Too Gone Blonde with Suzy Vincent and Paul Slade (aka Buster DeSoto), live on FCC Free Radio from 8 to 10 p.m. in Studio 2B!! Join Suzy and Paul as they wax poetic about Dr. King’s dream, what he might have to say in these troubled times, and the upcoming Trump inauguration. Tune in for the call-in number and join us live on the air, or comment on the Too Gone Blonde Facebook page during the broadcast for a real-time response. All this, along with the usual discourse on current events, general nonsense and hijinks, updates on all things TGB, and Paul’s Top 10 list for the week. So crack open a cold one, fire up the bong, and come along for the ride as we take your brain for a cruise, invite your soul for a spin, and get you back just in time for that special bedtime snack! All hair colors welcome.
Doug Says: Do You Want to Hear a Podcast? Do You Want to Hear it Right? Tune right in to Fish Burps! And You’ll Hear one Tonight! Yes, this episode of Fish Burps is brought to you by Burma Shave. Not because Burma Shave is our sponsor or because it even exists anymore, but because we’re celebrating Episode 66 with a tribute to the Mother Road of America, Route 66. That road from Chicago to nowhere (aka L.A.). And while not in L.A. Fish Burps is smack-dab in the middle of no-wheres-ville, daddy-o.
Sara Says: I just got back from a quick trip to the big Apple. Does anyone know why they call it that? And who is “they” anyway? Why do we always listen to them? I think it’s time we leave “they” behind. As you can tell, I will be woefully unprepared on tonight’s episode.
Dan Says: My feet itch but I’m sure it’s noting to worry about. One time, months ago, my right foot itched so bad in the middle of the night that yelled at it to stop itching. And you know what? It stopped itching. The lesson here is, yell at your foot to bend to thy will. Not the other way around.
Two life long friends, Dan & Doug, who can barely stand one another wax moronic about their lives, the world and other pointless endeavors. Doug & Dan almost never agree on anything but one of them is always right. Through their very different lenses they will dissect everything and try to figure out what the hell is going on, as if it matters. There will be lively conversations about many topics (TBA), arguments, tiffs, petty bickering, friendship, special guests, not so special guests, intelligence and stupidity. Plus, Sara DeForest. Sara joined the podcast because Dan and Doug wanted a mediator. Turns out that she is more of an instigator, teaming up with one host or the other and encouraging more bickering. Sara also offers a “fresh” perspective, meaning that she hasn’t seen M*A*S*H and is the target for Dan & Doug’s complaints about Millennials. But don’t worry, she doesn’t regret her decision to join the podcast at all. As their fan base grows, so will their power and influence. This will ultimately lead to an enormous fight [hopefully] on air about how to use their new found cache of cultural importance. Sara will use her power to eliminate “throat fry’ in Millennial women, and god bless her for doing so. Doug will want to use it to get more beer; Dan will want to use it to find the absolutely best pair of pants for his body type. Have a listen before things go horribly wrong.
The Cool Lounge specializes in a wide variety of genre’s including Pop, R&B, Smooth Jazz, Hip-Hop, Indie and Classic Rock. TCL plays popular music but more than often you’ll find the best of the bay area’s underrated independent artists. Tune in weekly for a cool surprise. You might even catch a tribute to one of your favorite artists.
TODAY on Here’s Why That’s Funny on FCC Free Radio – It’s a beautiful…sunny* day in San Francisco, California, the only city in America where you can get vegan gelato on one corner and get robbed for it on the next block over. We had to put an asterisk after the word “sunny” because not unlike steroid use in baseball, sunshine in San Francisco makes things slightly more enjoyable, but it doesn’t REALLY count.
Today’s guest will be San Jose comic and friend of the show, Nate Spears, fresh from Comedy Machine Oakland and other cool stuff. Nate’s a funny guy, an awesome comic, and possibly just two lemurs in a trench coat pretending to be a human comedian. Either way, it’s going to be an awesome time.
Make sure you buy your tickets today to Here’s Why That’s Funny LIVE at The Purple Onion with your headliner Valerie Vernale! All proceeds go to Reading is Fundamental, UNLESS I DECIDE TO SAVE IT ALL FOR MYSELF MWUAHAHA. Nah, I wouldn’t do that. But it IS tempting. Join us on January 28th at the Onion for an awesome cause in these dark, dark times. Oh, and make sure you download this and every episode of HWTF, and remember that we care about you, and we think you’re special. See you mighty, mighty men at 2pm.