Saturday, August 12, 2006

Remarkably Mark #16

Remarkably Mark #16: Wanda Cheesedom

Wanda joins me for a post mortem of our respective weekends, mine spent in St. Louis and hers in the North Woods of Minnesota with the Radical Faeries. We talk lots about cheese, quesadillas, cheese curds, poutine, and other artery clogging delights. We're very cheesy! We also talk about other quasi-disgusting snack food combinations.

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Songs: "Peeping Tom", Amy Abdou
"Ta Douleur", Camille Lefil
"Rhyme and Reason", Olivia Greer

Theme Music: "Viva Remarkably Mark!" by John Ong. www.onglinepodcast.com

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8 Comments:

At 11:04 PM, Anonymous Archerr said...

Wanda is SO much fun! Great show!

 
At 11:35 AM, Anonymous DaveinVA said...

Great show Mark! I like your statements at the end, we cannot let this chaos ruin our lives or they have won. Our law enforcement agencies are great at over-reacting. I'm not going on any business trips until Homeland Security drops the Code Red, looks like way too much of a hassle. I have cut way back on the news I watch to reduce stress, and it works.

 
At 11:40 AM, Blogger ReMARKable Palate said...

So here's the problem: Al Qaeda is literally in total control of our economy, because we have ceded control. Anytime they want to, they can make a threat, and everyone in America will feel the effects economically, because when we have these "terror alerts" our economy suffers. It's like a household where the children are totally in control because the parents react to every little manipulative thing the children do.

 
At 1:19 PM, Anonymous Brian said...

Mark --

I've been catching up on your shows, and some from Archerr as well ... All good stuff, as usual. I don't listen to other podcasts, so I'm not really qualified to comment on the hyper-masculinity trend or any of that ...

So, on a completely different subject, in today's Times there's a great story on the 1930's swimming pool building spree (now, there's a mouthful) in NYC. I love these historical stories, and it's doubly interesting to read something potentially redeeming about Robert Moses.

Here's a link to the story, and don't skip the multimedia link for photos and the slideshow:
http://www.nytimes.com/2006/08/14/arts/design/14pool.html?th&emc=th

And, as long as I'm just running my mouth, I'll just say that Washington is empty! In fact, the last few weeks have been kinda lazy, but today, and through Labor Day, we're officially deep in the dog days of summer. My office is completely empty, except for one administrative staffer and me ... And one word comes to mind: NICE!

Oh, before I forget congrats on your marketing award from the personal chef's association! Good job ...

Keep up the good work --

Brian
Washington, DC

 
At 8:42 PM, Blogger ReMARKable Palate said...

Thanks, Brian. I'll check out the link. Yes, Robert Moses, you either love him or hate him, but he had one of the biggest impacts of anyone ever in NYC.

 
At 11:27 AM, Anonymous Gary UK said...

Hi
I said on Wanda's site that I would check out your pod cast. I've subscribed and have enjoyed 3 past episodes today a work. Shall keep on listening.
Byeee

 
At 12:56 PM, Blogger ReMARKable Palate said...

Thanks, Gary. I appreciate it. I'll be heading over to Wanda's site later to reply to your comment.

 
At 6:57 PM, Blogger VJnet said...

Lovely show Mark. I'm glad you recorded it this time. lol. Isn't Wanda a magnificent inspiration.

Just wanted to say thanks to you. Because through you I found out that I wasn't the only podcaster from CT! I also went to college in New Haven at SCSU and love that city. Anyway I'll have to check out Mike over at QcastCT (:Hugs:)

 

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