World's Most Dangerous Membership Drive Special
Few have listened to an entire four hours of KBOO's notorious "Desolo Luna Vox Theatrum," and lived. This is not because of the endlessly inert and dull content of the program, acknowledged in a recent Sundance documentary, "Hot Dada," banned in several southern States, as reported by Amy Goodman on KBOO's "Democracy Not." Survivors have told us that the sheer incongruity and non-sequiturialism of a 240-minute special devoted to such arcana, for which white phosphorus was specifically developed, not only prevents phone calls to KBOO radio in support during the winter drive, but that secessionism has been legalized in non-dada states, to avoid such writers, actors, performers, and zanies as Andre Breton, Leonara Carrington, Salvador Dali, Tristan Tzara, Jeff Kipelman, Ikue Mori, Richard Huelsenbeck, and Kate Welch.
You will be able to obtain 1, 2 or 3 of the CDs from our 2008 "Dada" special in return for your financial support to KBOO, home of the stars. We have these as thank-you-gifts for your support. We must admit that "Dada" as a commodity is hard to market, though the recent Tostito's Dada Bowl, with Hugo Ball State's I Zimbras versus the fighting Jarry's of Ubu A&M, on New Year's Day, turned the nation around on non-existent language, if ESPN can make $180,000,000 million, why can't we? One football, that's all we ask.