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Favorite station ID's and disclaimers

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Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
May 31, 2007 09:34PM
I think it got canned after we tried to become..."WCSB, the friendly station"
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
June 03, 2007 01:19PM
yeah the best part was at a general staff meeting when the dean of student life and someone else was there + someone(im pretty sure gary J) goes "what about the disclaimer with steve martin fucking the cat" HAHAHAHA
Anonymous User
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
June 04, 2007 06:20AM
Steve Martin...what a cat fucker
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
June 04, 2007 06:47AM
i just read one of his books. i didn't realize it was by THE steve martin until i saw his picture on the back flap. it was good, even with no cat fucking scenes.

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Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
June 04, 2007 08:16AM
Steve Martin the author. Ooooh, those CRUEL SHOES!
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
June 08, 2007 01:45PM
yeah i have some book by steve martin of short stories...i think its called "pure drivel" or something like that. it was pretty funny actually. i never saw that romantic comedy he was in though where we are to assume he gets some hot young thang.....yeah i dont know about that one...

"mind if i smoke?"

'i dont know...do you mind if i FART???'
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
June 11, 2007 05:20AM
are you talking about shopgirl with claire danes? weirdest couple ever. i've never seen it. the book i have is called "the pleasure of my company" and it's about this completely obsessive compulsive man trying to get 3 different women to fall in love with him.

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Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
June 11, 2007 08:22AM
Yeah. But over twenty years before 'Shopgirl', Martin did some other romantic comedies: 'Roxanne' and 'The Lonely Guy'.

Oh, I remembered yet another Heavy Metal station-ident: "You called us and we came. Now it's time to play. WCSB Cleveland. We'll tear your soul apart."

And wouldn't you know it? THAT ident isn't on that double-CD set, either. It must have been yet another of the ones lost during the transition from Fidelepac to Wavecart.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/11/2007 08:25AM by baronightwolf.
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
June 11, 2007 09:41AM
but shopgirl was based on his novel of the same name.

unless...did he write the novel version of the other two? i didn't think so...

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Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
June 13, 2007 09:01AM
Steve Martin WROTE the novel "Shopgirl" was based on?! That's interesting. I don't know about his script involvement on the aforementioned two films, although "Roxanne" was based on the tales of Cyrano de Bergerac [sic].


You know I keep referring to that four-CD set of station-idents I once received as a Radiothon premium (I sometimes mistakenly refer to it as a two-CD set). Well, I just remembered ANOTHER great station-ident which isn't on this set (which obviously was made after your Wavecart system was installed). It has someone -- I think it's Henry Rollins -- reading a section of a story wherein a head of security at a rockshow is briefing his security-crew prior to the performance. After warning them about substances and weapons to look out for, he says rather contrawisely: "These people are our patrons. Remember that just because they're slamming into each other doesn't mean they're fighting. That's how they show they like each other." The ident ends with one of the security-crew asking the head what the difference is between a skinhead and a punker, to which the head answers with something like: "OK. A punker is the guy with the spiky hair -- this person is a Leftist. A skinhead has a bald head -- this person is into Neo-Fascism. Anything else?"


I suppose this ident was yet another one lost with your old Fidelepac system. Bummer.
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
June 13, 2007 09:01AM
Steve Martin WROTE the novel "Shopgirl" was based on?! That's interesting. I don't know about his script involvement on the aforementioned two films, although "Roxanne" was based on the tales of Cyrano de Bergerac [sic].


You know I keep referring to that four-CD set of station-idents I once received as a Radiothon premium (I sometimes mistakenly refer to it as a two-CD set). Well, I just remembered ANOTHER great station-ident which isn't on this set (which obviously was made after your Wavecart system was installed). It has someone -- I think it's Henry Rollins -- reading a section of a story wherein a head of security at a rockshow is briefing his security-crew prior to the performance. After warning them about substances and weapons to look out for, he says rather contrawisely: "These people are our patrons. Remember that just because they're slamming into each other doesn't mean they're fighting. That's how they show they like each other." The ident ends with one of the security-crew asking the head what the difference is between a skinhead and a punker, to which the head answers with something like: "OK. A punker is the guy with the spiky hair -- this person is a Leftist. A skinhead has a bald head -- this person is into Neo-Fascism. Anything else?"


I suppose this ident was yet another one lost with your old Fidelepac system. Bummer.
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
June 13, 2007 09:21AM
HEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


How'd I get double-talk??????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This is SOOOOOO confusing ...
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
June 18, 2007 09:13AM
You know, besides idents, disclaimers, and PSAs, there are also PROMOTIONS -- whether for shows or for Radiothon. Most show-promos nowadays at 'CSB are mere segues played WITHIN a show rather than the kind designed to be played OUTSIDE a show's time-slot on any day at any time. There had been some REAL classics in the latter category over the years, including the ones for 'John's G-Spot' and 'Smoking Spliff With Satan' -- the latter one actually included a DISCLAIMER claiming WCSB did not in and of itself advocate "the worship of fallen gods or profane evil beasts"! But of course, the ULTIMATE promo of this type was ["1-2-3-4!"] the "Brainwash" which promoted the legendary 'WAINSTEAD ALL NIGHT'! The fact that there were so many alternating versions -- each featuring different phone-in voices saying different ridiculous things -- made it one of 'CSB's most significant identifying factors for years. My favorites were PigMan amid bizarroid background-sounds claiming that thousands or millions of something -- I fail to recall what -- had "infiltrated our Great Society", and the guy saying: "Hi. I'm Deborah Norville. Will you try Thighmaster? I did." Yeah: "Forget it. You wouldn't understand anyway." Righto!

As far as in-show promotional segues, the all-time classic has to be that DISCLAIMER from 'Sergio Van Lukanstein's Unjustified Power Trip': "This show may be found objectionable to conservative political factions, Second World governments, and groups of moody people who pretend to be Creatures Of The Night." Good one again, Eric/Sergio/Boogiepop!

And by the by, Eric/Sergio/Boogiepop, you get another good one for that Radiothon-promo wherein our Guardian Angel shows us what will happen to WCSB if we don't pledge --- AAAAIIIIIGGGHHHHH!!!!! A literal HELL ON EARTH!!!!!!!!! Another classic.

You know, E/S/B, you warned us about the Evil Preppy Kids. But the VERY FIRST Radiothon-promo I ever heard featured two of them at tea. After the Male One offers a crumpet to the Female One, the Female says: "You know, old chap, those nasty kids at WCSB are having a -- what do they call it? -- Radiothon."


HARK TO THE BRILLIANCE IN THE DARK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
July 07, 2007 11:01AM
FAV STATION ID'S

THE ONE WITH ALL THE REFERENCES TO 'REVOLUTION', AND ENDS WITH 'THE STATION THAT IS ALWAYS REVOLTING..WCSB.

GOMEZ

THE ONE EMILY MADE WITH THE SCREAMING CHICK

LDC DID A COUPLE THAT I LIKE

...THERE ARE MORE THAT I LIKE...BUT IT WILL CUT INTO MY PORN VIEWING TIME..THUS, I'M OUT...eye popping smiley



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Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
July 09, 2007 12:20PM
EIZ had a great "Discliamer of Disclaimers" that got fried, due to wave cart crashes.

Also, EIZ's promo for new members is the best wavecart EVER. I DID major in "Urban Pharmaceuticals"!

The "Hosehead" ID and "Fast times". Great flicks. I'm partial to the Mackenzies.

I have submitted a new ID, along with Buddha's great ideas, for approval. It features Henry Rollins--LOOKOUT!!!

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Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
July 15, 2007 04:24AM
Steve Martin. : ( Hands Down. Hosehead--Take off, eh? Be on the LOOKOUT for a new ID from Buddha and myself--LOOKOUT Rollins ID. Instant Classic. Oh, and though it's the ThIRD (ugh), my WIreless Amber Alerts was the first. However, it was JUST approved--many months later. It features "Have you Seen Me?" by GWAR--a song about abducting children. Oh, the irony!! LMFAO!! It IS clean, though, so only if you know the song would you get the joke.

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Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
July 18, 2007 05:56AM
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The Record Exchange
yeah the best part was at a general staff meeting when the dean of student life and someone else was there + someone(im pretty sure gary J) goes "what about the disclaimer with steve martin fucking the cat" HAHAHAHA


It was Bruce Burger. He also asked about playing KKK records, but it may have been @ GSM, not special agenda meeting.
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
July 18, 2007 10:21AM
I think the "screaming chick" in that ID was Lydia Lunch. The second woman heard was actually some paranoid/Moral Majority mazemind who actually called the cops against the station because she heard a Lydia Lunch bit being broadcast on the station and couldn't think straight enough to not react inappropriately. This real-life incident actually happened back in the '80s, and made local news. Oh, the infamy!

KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
July 18, 2007 11:40AM
Do we still have that Lydia Lunch ID? It sounds like it has an interesting story behind it, so I really want to hear it.
Anonymous User
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
July 19, 2007 02:34PM
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The Smoking Loon
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The Record Exchange
yeah the best part was at a general staff meeting when the dean of student life and someone else was there + someone(im pretty sure gary J) goes "what about the disclaimer with steve martin fucking the cat" HAHAHAHA


It was Bruce Burger. He also asked about playing KKK records, but it may have been @ GSM, not special agenda meeting.


It was the special agenda meeting... I only remember because I was looking at the dean of student's reaction for obvious reasons.
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
July 20, 2007 10:43AM
Hey, here I go again!

Another of my favorite idents was this wonderful parody: "This is a test of the Emergency Broadcast System. In the event of a full-scale thermonuclear war, this annoying sound will continue to be played, slowly driving all the survivors crazy."

Oh, and I loved that Mothra-PSA about those energy-efficient lightbulbs: "Mothra is finished! Now we must ward off the monstrous -- Trade Embargos!"

HARK TO THE BRILLIANCE IN THE DARK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
July 22, 2007 02:55AM
Eric and Lax's PSA w/ "Fat Bottomed Girls" about birth control & abortion counseling, etc. I was in the middle of incredible, crazy sex with a smoking hot chick until that came on. (She's had a few...)

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Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
July 28, 2007 01:08AM
I love Felipe's new Sesame Street ID. His Spanish-Speaking/Count R-rolling ability is great. And that is a perfect Grover.
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
July 29, 2007 01:05AM
Felipe does good "Plaza de Sesame". However, I will claim I do a better Count. FoxStar will back me up, as I used to annoy the shit out of him with it at work.

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Anonymous User
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
July 30, 2007 04:55AM
I don't do a good count...it did not help that I had a sore through...cookie monster was way to hard to do
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
July 30, 2007 05:32AM
If the WCSB Chinese opium prison has a warden, its Felipe.
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
August 05, 2007 01:46AM
im pretty sure it was gary who said what i said he said.

im also not going to repeat in public another thing that was brought up at that meeting....
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
August 13, 2007 01:33AM
I'm working on a new PSA w/ old Metalli-suck. Trust me, it will be in bad taste, but have a point. I've always wondered why we don't have a Spinal Tap ID w/ "'ello Cleveland". Cool Chicana assures me there have been some, or at least on, but probably on Fidelipac. Will someone old school either resurrect this/these or show me how to? If not, ONE MUST BE MADE!!!

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Late Sat./ early Sun.
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Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
August 13, 2007 08:54AM
On Lydia Lunch again: I described the First Lydia Lunch ident the station did ("Bust us -- we need the publicity!"), but the one described by "blue" may have been a later ident: "YOU GET ENOUGH ALLOWANCE TO PAY FOR THAT?! I HATE THE SUPREME COURT! GO HOME TO YOUR MOTHER! THIS ISN'T SOME COMMUNIST DAYCARE CENTER! TELL YOUR MOTHER I HATE HER! TELL YOUR MOTHER I -- HATE -- YOOOUUUU!"

HARK TO THE BRILLIANCE IN THE DARK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


And remember: HALLOWEEN IS JUST TWO MONTHS AWAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08/13/2007 09:10AM by baronightwolf.
Re: Favorite station ID's and disclaimers
August 13, 2007 09:14AM
By the by, Felipe. Now that you have "Sesame Street" pretty well covered, how about progressing to "Avenue Q"? You know: "The Internet is for porn!"
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