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Episode #24 – Jeremy Weiss, The Shock Doc

Posted by on March 21, 2009

EPISODE #24 – March 21, 2009

My Guest:

Jeremy Weiss

“The Shock Doc”

Download standard podcast mp3 file – Episode 024

Jeremy Weiss’s website:
See amazing video and much more!

theshockdocshow.com

 

 

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News of the Week:

Schlitzie Honored At Last
a simple life, well-lived … who could do better than that?

Fans who found Schlitzie’s unmarked grave on findagrave.com donated enough to purchase a proper marker and give Schlitzie a belated, but loving, memorial service.

 

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Aimee Mullins speaks at TED

You can be “the architect of your own identity”

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Website of the Week:
Don’t swallow just any old thing…

The Skeptics Guide to the Universe podcast

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Please do not continue to the blowoff until you have heard the entire podcast

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THE MUSIC

“Da’ Love Doctor”

by Billy Jones

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“Wochenend’ und Sonnenschein”

by The Comedian Harmonists

Download free from Archive.org

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“The Yodeling Chinaman”

by George Van Dusen

Download free from WFMU.org

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“How’s It Gonna End”

by Tom Waits

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“Evil”

by Big Bill Morganfield
from “Blues In The Blood”

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“Delicate Poison”

by Govinda
from “Chillounge”

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Music Courtesy Mevio Musicalley
podsafe music network

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