GC062 — Best Darn University Money Can Buy

Ah.  The government isn’t the only place where I can find examples of the power of corporate money.  The University of Minnesota had a rough go with the way they squashed a pretty innocuous film about the impact of Big Agriculture on the Mississippi River.  I explain the situation to my unborn grandchildren.

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GC060 — 60th Birthday Geezercast

Hey!  It’s my 60th birthday today AND this is the 60th Geezercast.  How ’bout that?  This one is really short — just a 5 minute intro to a new tune that I built to learn about “slicing” — a musical technique that Robert Perry (son of Marcie’s cousin Joan Perry) taught me about when he came to visit a month or so ago.

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GC059 — GeezerCast Returns

Yep.  Got all the hardware troubles fixed — just in time for a new crop of economic troubles to GeezerCast about.  Topics include weird US stock-market gyrations, weird Greek currency gyrations and weird political gyrations.  Since GeezerCasts are really just a chronicle of weird events for my unborn grandchildren, it looks like the pace may pick up.

Click HERE to listen to this 12 minute podcast.

GC058 — Give Obama a break, polling expose

A long hiatus in Geezercasting — but now the deadlines and holidays are past and here’s a Geezercast to celebrate.

Two topics — the need for us whiners to give Obama a freekin’ break for cryin’ out loud, and a nice expose of a major national polling company by Nate silver of FiveThirtyEight.com fame.

Click HERE to listen to this 10-minute podcast.