Opinions

As we in the U. S. draw closer to the mid-term elections, we thought it would be reasonable to ask a varied group of people what they thought of some current political hot topics. Included are the thoughts of an Actor/Designer in Los Angeles, a jazz drummer in Manhattan, an 86 year old Cape Cod resident, an active duty soldier in the U. S. Army and a successful businesswoman in Sarasota, Florida. The topics include the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell policy, the mid-term elections and the Westboro Baptist Church activism. Plus: The Florida and New York Governor’s debates and are Democrats losing the support of the LGBT community?

Songs include: The Rent is too damn high and You Don’t Have to Camp Around

Howling in 1991

Michael’s lowest note, The Social Network, Howl, traveling in time back to 1991, what kind of wine do you serve with Audioli, the melodic Trent Reznor, Audio Wave patterns, Gay Teen suicides, The Trevor Project, GLSEN and Michael shows a cartoon.
Also: Fancy oysters, Michael messes up the station ID, the New Repeater, Ting’s “Half Face Test”, the Mad Men season finale, Glee, New babies for gay guys, the newest “Must Read” book, President Obama comes to town, election predictions and the wrongness that is Christine O’Donnell. PLUS: 33 Chileans come to visit for a couple months.

Inviting North Korea to the Mad Tea Party

Anne and the New Repeater propound the merits of Columbus Day and discuss in depth Anne’s favorite Columbus Day Story, throwing objects at the President, North Korea’s recent military parade, the top ten really idiotic things said by Tea Party candidates, a new episode of What’s Wrong With You and the disgusting trend of violence toward gays in America.
Also, a conversation with Christopher Hawley, Todd Rundgren is thoroughly uninterested, the current state of Saturday Night Live, political ads are annoying and Nelson Mandela impresses Michael.

Songs include: Sanssouci and You’ve got to Fight (for your right to party)

Breakfast Every Five Minutes

The Year is going by really fast, Michael has sushi for the very first time, Anne predicts Rick Sanchez’s next employer and The Ultimate BFF. Plus, Fred Phelps, disbarred lawyer and current pastor of the Westboro Baptist church gets his day in court, the sadness that is the Tyler Clemeti suicide and the newest feature of the show: “What’s Wrong With You?” Also, Joe Miller tweets his election to office a month early, tiny oxygen masks in Boston, Elena Kagan starts her new job, the latest really vague Terror Alert and the Vatican verbally spanks the Italian Prime Minister. And Anne is not anti-Christian, ok?

Songs include: Billionaire and How Lucky Can You Get