Famous pirate radio announcer who ran Radio Free Euphoria. His programs were aimed at reforming marijuana use laws and were often laced with great psychedelic rock music and humor.
For a while, WBCQ used to air both old and new programs from Captain Ganja.
Famous former pirate radio broadcaster who now has programs on the shortwave station WBCQ. A Maine native, he coins his own expressions like "zorched" for "electrically shorted, blown out", "Verminmont" for "Vermont", "Clownada" for "Canada", "Howareya" for "Hawaii", among many others. A frequent attendee of the annual Winter SWL (shortwave listener) Fests at the Best Western Towamencin in Kulpsville, Pennsylvania.
"You'd better listen to me, you f00kin' slohbs!", said Maharishi Hashishi Ali Ganja.
The button or switch that you use to call nurses and doctors, usually located behind your hospital bed. Because it takes "one ring to bring them all".
Looks like I'm gonna have to use the Mordor button now---damn glucose IV line keeps on coming out of my arm!
Batman's arch enemy and a major headache for The Caped Crusader. The Joker could give even Superman
a major headache!
It's The Joker up to his old tricks!
Chicken soup, owing to its efficacy as a remedy for colds, flu, stomach problems, etc.
Bubbeleh, kim tzu mir*. Grandma's got Jewish penicillin for you! *"Kim tzu mir" is Yiddish for "come to me".
An interesting section of Brooklyn, New York, where much of the population is, and speaks, Polish, Ukrainian, and Lithuanian. Known for good Polish restaurants, and very easy to get to by train from Manhattan or Queens (you can see Manhattan's beveled Citicorp Tower from most of the streets). Near Metropolitan Ave. just a few blocks away from the beginning of Greenpoint, there's a beautiful Russian Orthodox church with maroon onion domes and gold crosses.
My drothers are for a Polish restaurant, so let's have some chow in Greenpoint!