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SOP 015 – A Dyngus Ate My Baby!

March 1, 2008

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Show Notes

It’s March and we’re ROTFL, people. Neil manages to insult not only Asians everywhere, but also an author in the field of spirituality. We get blippy and bleepy with the music, do a little mediation, and gear up for season 4 of BSG. Hail, hail the Dyngus!

Music Guide
Artist: Neil Smith
Album: Lush One (Available for free download)

Artist: Cassette Electrik
Album: Electromagnetic

“Peaceful and Kindness”
Artist: Mari Smith

Artist: Before Dawn
Album: Drowning

Artist: Andrew Brennan

Misc. Goodies and Links
Lion Brand Yarn – Click on “Charity Connection” to see ways to knit or crochet for charity.

Alan Wilder speaks to the state of the music industry, especially concerning the impact of digital downloads. Brilliantly written article!

Hot William Holden Movies:
Paris When It Sizzles

Born Yesterday

The obligatory Depeche Mode Link

5 Comments leave one →
  1. March 2, 2008 1:38 pm

    Great show, the laughter was infectious, speaking of which, Dyngus sounds like the name of a nasty infection, something you wouldn’t really want people to know about. Sorry madam/sir, you have a nasty case of Dyngus, apply this twice daily for six weeks.

    Great music once again in this show, including Mari’s original piece, very mellow. Loved the track you ended the show with. Have you heard of Ulrich Schnauss? If not, check him out, here’s a link to a lovely track, download and play loud please:

    Anyway, keep ’em coming Smiths, loving your work.

  2. March 2, 2008 1:46 pm


    Thanks for the comments. I love me some Ulrich Schnauss. Found him about a year or so ago. Great stuff.


  3. March 3, 2008 9:57 am

    “A Dingo ate my baby” is from “A Cry in the Dark” from 1988 starring Meryl Streep and Sam Neill.
    “A Cry in the Dark” (American and International title) or “Evil Angels” (Australian title) is a 1988 film based on the disappearance and assumed death of Azaria Chamberlain, a nine-week-old baby girl who went missing from a campground near Uluru/Ayers Rock on 17 August 1980.
    Meryl Streep plays Lindy Chamberlain who is found guilty of killing her infant daughter. She is found guilty purely on speculation and the way she was portrayed in the media as a cold, heartless woman.
    In 1986, Azaria’s jacket was found in an area filled with dingo lairs. The case was reopened, and in 1988 the Criminal Appeals Court overturned all convictions against the parents. Two years later, the parents received compensation for wrongful imprisonment.
    At one point in the movie, after the baby is discovered missing, Lindy cries out “A dingo ate my baby!”

  4. March 3, 2008 10:23 am

    Thanks, Kevin! You are a virtual font of information. I know I can always count on you.

  5. March 3, 2008 11:25 am

    Okay…I really should listen to the entire podcast before commentng, but that would require the taing of notes and to be honest…I don’t do that. So…UTZ chips are the BEST! Especially Grandma Utz’s Handcooked chips! Oh my gosh, I love that lard flavor that the chips retain…so good…so fattening. Salt and Pepper are my personal favorites.
    And, how much do we love Maryland Blue Crabs!…nothing like a Maryland crab feast…newspaper, hammers, buckets of crab in that spicy seasoning..oh and of course beer. YUMMY!

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