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    Haiku Contest Winner Announced!

    The biggest news since Napoleon ripped his bone apart, we announce the winner of our haiku contest! Then, for Magic Movie Moment, Larry talks about the movie version of Arsenic ...


The Road To Milleronia

Larry goes on the road to Milleronia with a quick stop in Hong Kong (circa 1962!). We read more listener Haikus and then Larry talks about his fascination with Abe Lincoln. If there’s a bad Lincoln Highway joke, we haven’t heard it! On Poetry Corner, Larry recites “A Life Lesson” by James Whitcomb Riley. Quote […]

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Larry Goes Nuts For Golf

Larry talks about why he passed up a chance to play on the Masters’ golf course. Also, tales of having too much to drink in England. Then we do a tribute to the great comedian Stan Freberg and cancer fighter Lauren Hill. Plus we hear more about Milleronia’s new La-Z-Boy-based transportation system and the missing […]

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Where’s The Easter Parade?

Larry ponders the demise of the Easter Parade and talks about where Easter eggs come from. And find out what a “chicken flicker” is and why you probably don’t want to be one. Plus, Larry talks about The Charge of The Light Brigade on Poetry Corner and on MMM. The Jetsons meets the Flintstones has […]

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Laurel And Hardy And Larry

Larry talks about the classic Laurel and Hardy short “The Movie Box” and tell you where to find the stairs featured in the movie! Plus we hear about Larry’s earliest days as a driver, as well as his recent trip with his son to the DMV. Then Larry recites a powerful poem, “After All” by […]

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Don’t Drink Like Men And Pay Like Boys

Larry imparts some drinking lessons he learned as a young comic in New York in the 1970s. (You might also learn to curtsy.) Plus we hear about actor Gregory Walcott, who was in 300 TV shows, but is often remembered for his role in Plan 9 From Outer Space. Also, find out who would win […]

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Three E-Z Rules For St. Patrick’s Day

Larry imparts three simple rules to follow for a drunk but safe St. Patrick’s Day. Does it include driving to Florida? Not likely. Then Larry finds out he was closer to Wonder Woman than he’d thought. Larry also recites “All Nature Has A Feeling” by John Clare and talks about the Sam Peckinpah film “Ride […]

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Daylight Raving Time!

Larry expresses his love of daylight saving time. Then we hear why Larry stopped talking malaria medicine in India, Larry recites “Ode on Solitude” by Alexander Pope for Poetry Corner and finally, he talks about the classic movie “The Hustler.” Quote Of The Week: “I don’t think it’s the famous that need help. It’s the […]

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Mr. Spock’s Uncle Lou

We say goodbye to Leonard Nimoy and give a little tour inside the burger joint on Milleronia. We try to figure out if some like it hot, then Larry recites “An Hymn To The Morning” by Phillis Wheatley and we hear about the movie “The Music Man.” Leg lamp and prosper! Quote Of The Week: […]

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You’re A Star, Stupid!

Larry reviews the Oscars and encourages actors to get in touch with their inner Connery! We once again commiserate with our winter-weary friends back east with a snow joke plus “Ice and Fire” by the poet Edmund Spenser. Then Larry talks about the great Paul Newman movie “Absence Of Malice” on Magic Movie Moment. Quote […]

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St. Valentine Is A Chump & A Plan To Save Boston

Larry airs his beefs with St. Valentine and reveals a fiendishly clever plan to save Boston from its deluge of snow. And we get a musical question from boy tenor Larry J. Miller? And to help warm the hearts of snowed in Bostonianites, Larry recites the poem, “Summer” by Alexander Pope. Then we hear about […]

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