This And That Podcast

Sunday, June 05, 2005

06/04/05 This And That Podcast

06/04/05 Podcast (Show Number 16)

47 minutes | 27.8 MB

An "uptown" intro (w/ the help of Gene Krupa and Roy Eldrige), podcasting love is in the air, how to dispose of a worn flag, the special month of June, Jeff and Pat's podcast picks, some famous scientists, and lots of other interesting and funny stuff...

Show Notes:

Famous City Neighborhoods
Love, Podcasting Style
     * Love, Podcasting Style (hifi version)
How To Dispose Of A Flag
June - The Month Of Many Things
     * National Safety Month Web
   Gay Pride, Shelter Cats, Dairy and more...
June 5 In History
New Postal Stamps
Jeff And Pat's Podcast Picks
     * Podictionary
     * Eat Feed
     * The Rachel Maddow Show
     * Small World
     * History According to Bob
7-11 Update
Jeff's Play To Win
Dallas Minute
     * Comings And Goings
     * Tart Pastry Shop And Boutique
     * Royal Thai
Pat's Dating Update
Feedback! Woo-Hoo
     * Borderline
     * The Word Nerds


  • At June 07, 2005 , Anonymous Tom said...

    I remember "Love, American Style" and the theme song as well. I recognized that music and it brought a smile. Seeing (from your blog) when it aired, I realize I was a little too young to be watching it though. My older siblings watched it and since we only had one tv, I occasionally did too.

    It seems to me that most of the feedback posted on podcast sites is by other podcasters. Sometimes I wonder how many other non-podcasters listen to these shows. Or do the non-podcasters prefer to comment via email since they don't have a show to promote?

    Thanks for doing the show! I'll keep listening and voting.

  • At June 07, 2005 , Blogger Jeff said...

    Thanks for the comments Tom. Memories of L-AS for me was staying 'up' on Friday night - no school (I was young) and I think Odd Couple was on right before it.... heavenly...

    I do think that podcasters tend to write comments on websites as a way of also promoting their podcasts (which is all good by the way!). We get emails also but I would say that generally, folks are just happy to listen and don't particularly want to write about it!

    But we SO enjoy getting feedback and hearing what resonates (or doesn't) with those listening.....

    So - Thanks!!!

  • At June 07, 2005 , Blogger Ferg said...

    Great show, guys...

    BTW - I don't know if it was this show or the previous show when you guys were talking about helmet and seatbelt laws.

    This is why, given the status quo regarding motor vehicle law and insurance, you should have to wear a seatbelt...because if you don't, and you die in an accident that is not your fault, the guy that hit you's insurance will have to pay your estate a boatload of cash. That's something we all pay for in the end.

  • At June 08, 2005 , Anonymous mark - tartanpodcast said...

    Jeez, I can't believe the quality of this podcast, audio-wise. Awesome. Once I get some cash I'm picking up some of Jeff's gear.

  • At June 10, 2005 , Blogger Jeff said...

    Mark, that's very kind of you to say! (love that Tartan Podcast!)....

    Ferg - interesting points and so true....

  • At June 14, 2005 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Jeff and Pat, let me begin by saying LOVE THE PODCAST! Next, I have a correction to your Podcast from 04 June. Pat mentioned the use of night vision goggles to detect seatbelt usage in Washington DC; the location of the use of night vision goggles was actually Maryland and the Governor has since banned the use of the goggles. (
    Of course not before State Troopers got to test out the technology on a very busy area of Rockville, MD (located in Montgomery County--part of the DC metro area). I live in the area so I paid close attention to the story details.
    Just thought I'd share! Keep up the great podcasting!

  • At June 19, 2005 , Blogger bpende said...

    National Month Celebrations Rock.

    Somebody at my office said, "Hey, did you see it's National Safety Month?" I was able to say, "Yup. I know all the important month celebrations, because there's one of my PodCasts, This 'n That, tells me what all the month celebrations are."

    Thanks for helping me look well-informed, guys.

  • At May 24, 2007 , Anonymous Rumpio said...

    in Britain we're not jingoistic at all, we're confident enough in our patriotism to not need to be ostentatious about it. Virtually no-one has a flag. Perhaps we display them around big sporting events but generally that's about the only time.

    American "rules" on flags are a silly idea, it's just a piece of fabric. all this stuff about not touching the ground and the rules on burning... don't you feel foolish doing that? it's just a flag, it won't stop you being a patriot by not having one or throwing one in the garbage because it's old and damaged.


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