Radio Original

Bill O'Neill
Sat Mar 6 16:28:26 EST 2004

I've commented on this before, but we're fortunate here in Vermont for WDEV
(96.1//550).  Music to Go to the Dump By is heard from 9-10 on Saturday
mornings.  Hosted by the owner, Kenny Squier.   Some stuff overheard:

What do you call a cow playing the violin?  Fiddler on the hoof.

Real ads in local papers:
Free Yorkshire Terrier. Hateful little dog. Bites.
Free puppies. Half Cocker Spaniel, half sneaky neighbor's dog.
Found. Dirty white dog. Looks like a rat. Been there for a while. Better be an
Snowblower for sale. Only used on snowy days.
Nice parachute. Never opened.
Joining nudist colony. Must sell washer-dryer.
Open house. Body shapers toning salon. Free coffee and donuts.
For sale by owner. Complete set of Encyclopedia Brittanica. Got married lasts
month. Wife knows everything.

"Farmer Dave" called in to say he's still in the race for Governor of Vermont
running under the Unified Cow Party. He's up to forty dollars in his campaign
chest and feels that's all he's going to need to get him to Montpelier.  It
won't get him elected, but it will certainly get him to Montpelier.  And twenty
dollars left over for a fishing license.  "We want to gravel the interstate
again."  He added, "As governor, I'll work with the federal government to bring
global warming to Vermont. We deserve our fair share. And, we are not going to
fix the roads. We will give every Vermonter a nice new set of Gabriel shocks for
their car."

A man walks into a bar with a slab of asphault under his arm. "A beer
please...and one for the road."

Long live local radio (what's left of it.)

Bill O'Neill
Shoreham, Addison County, Vermont

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