the yorkshire pudding + parsnips

Click the Play button to hear my current favorite local radio ad:

19th Annual Thundercloud Subs Turkey Trot
Recorded from 101.5 KROX FM on 2009-11-19 with a Mambo Clamp.

Transcript

“Good morning, Austin! How’s everybody doing this morning?

At the Thundercloud Subs Turkey Trot, it doesn’t matter how you go.

I’m walking.

I’ll be running most of the way.

I’m running as hard as I can.

You’re gonna walk something off.

Gravy.

Stuffing.

Turkey.

Yorkshire pudding.

Parsnips. (WTF?!?!)

It’s just a good thing to do.

Well, I like the community feel. I like the fact that it’s Caritas.

It just reminds me of Austin.

What else are you gonna do before you eat all weekend?

The 19th Annual Thundercloud Subs Turkey Trot is an Austin tradition: a 5 mile run, a 1 mile walk plus the Stepping Stone School Kids K kicking off at Waterloo Park Thanksgiving morning. All proceeds benefit Caritas of Austin helping fight poverty right here in our community. Register online at Thundercloud.com or stop in at any Thundercloud including the new South Congress location just south of St. Ed’s. Get a Turkey Trot combo special for just $4.89.

We’re gonna make it kind of a tradition.

The 19th Annual Thundercloud Subs Turkey Trot. An Austin tradition. Make it yours. Sponsored by KVUE.”

the first single off green day’s 21st century breakdown (know your enemy)

Today, Green Day released Know Your Enemy, the first single off their upcoming album 21st Century Breakdown. Their eighth studio album which was produced by Butch Vig will be released on May 15th.

At 8:40 during Morning X on 101X, Know Your Enemy was played on the radio for the first time in Austin.

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Green Day
Know Your Enemy

Recorded today at 8:40 from Morning X on 101X with a Mambo Clamp.

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Notes about the recording hosted here:
The audio was recorded in mono from a local radio station broadcast. The quality is inferior to the actual single and is supplied here for reference purposes only. The introduction to the song is spoken by Jason Dick of Morning X on 101X. Please pardon the small bits of static in the audio. The concrete walls of the fortress where I work my day job causes interference.
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