Sunday, March 4, 2012

S04 E04: Winds of Change

To go along with the title to this week's episode, we're going to try something different here: We're going lean. This little introductory paragraph that has accompanied every episode since we started the show is a shadow of its former self. That's right--none of that rambling that you have become accustomed to. It's all about concision! We're going to cut to the quick. Get right down to business. Beat the bush itself, and with large bats with nails on the end. Brevity has never seen better days. How's this for restraint, eh? Can you handle it?

Hmmm... never mind. Enjoy!

Yes, thank you, Google. That's exactly what I was looking for...


Of Montreal - Requiem For O.M.M.2

Gotye, feat. Kimbra - Somebody That I Used to Know

Rilo Kiley - A Man/Me/Then Jim
Tegan and Sara - Where Does The Good Go

Handsome Furs - What We Had
Kate Nash - Merry Happy

She & Him - Sweet Darlin'


A map of the ridings from which robocall accusations have sprung.

The before mentioned image from Caldwell's presentation: The Planner, Food Systems and Food Policy: An Ontario Perspective. Dr. Wayne J. Caldwell, Unviersity of Guelph. Ontario Professional Planners Institute. October 2010. (Retrieved from:

1 comment:

William Robert said...

Never had heard of Gotye or Kimbra, but absolutely loved the song, "Somebody that I used to Know". Thank you for introducing me to it!

The NDP and/or Liberals are going to need a smoking gun to make any real headway with that RoboCall story. They will probably never find out the whole story. Some lackie has already been thrown under the bus! How low will politicians stoop?

I have always been concerned about how value is placed on objects. So often it is either arbitrary, or just doesn't make sense. This can really distort the market. Sadly, a white rhinos tusk is an example of this.

As for Irish artists, my request would be for something from the Coors (either Dreams or Forgiven, but not Forgotten).

Happy St. Patties