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Insanity Palace and More
The Original Insanity Palace as heard on KTUH-FM, KPOI-FM and WAIF-FM
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Location: Currently in Washington DC
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David Dugle (AKA Rusty Pipes in my years writing for the Cosmik Debris webzine) is a full time secular humanist, agnostic skept...

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November 13, 2016 07:26 PM PST

In my state of shock over this week's election results, the old Four Tops hit from 50 years ago "Shake Me Wake Me" kept running through my head. I decided this rewrite was in order.

September 08, 2016 11:23 PM PDT

This is a performance of a section of my autobiography that concerns the pinnacle of my radio career. This is a short version of what I wrote, cut down from 13 pages, but still takes a few minutes to read. A warts and all summary of my best year as a deejay.

June 16, 2016 05:34 PM PDT

This is a slightly more complete transcription of my performance at Bus Boys & Poets June 15th. The audience and host may not know the Gettysburg Address as well as I do, but the host really liked my Election Haiku at the end. LOL!

June 05, 2016 03:10 PM PDT

This is one of the last Insanity Palace shows done on KTUH, August 13,1977.
The theme is the Wild West and the show contains much of the source material that was used in Fantasy Palace #4 Cowboys and Indians (also 1977). Show follows the standard four hour Palace format. Part One features Harvey Mandel, David Bowie, Family, Savoy Brown, Smothers Brothers, Mel Blanc, The Fugs, and Frank Zappa. Melanie is in fine form. The recording is from the original aircheck cassette, so it is not terribly high fidelity and many or the records used were old even then, so be prepared for some snap crackle and pop, especially on the Yosemite Sam song.

May 05, 2016 07:48 PM PDT

Two wildly different pieces from my Open Mike performance of May 4th.

March 24, 2016 05:07 AM PDT

A short performance in praise of the work of Lancelot Andrewes, the Bishop who oversaw the translation of the King James version of the Bible. Delivered live at Bus Boys and Poets March 23, 2016.

February 28, 2016 07:09 PM PST

After the food fight that was the Republican Debate of February 25th, I found myself wondering if these candidates could ever manage to sound like a statesman. It was a short leap to this piece of satire.
By the way, I guarantee I wrote this well before I saw Bill Maher's Trump State Of The Union piece that aired on the 26th. Great minds think alike?

February 06, 2016 10:12 PM PST

A classic Lenny Bruce piece performed live at Bus Boys & Poets February 3, 2016.

August 15, 2015 11:02 AM PDT

A short commercial put-on to satirize the fiasco of the Iraq Invasion and its never ending aftermath. (The first version was written over 40 years ago as Dick and Henry's Used Carnage Lot - we never learn.)

August 02, 2015 07:15 PM PDT

Gaydreams was started by John Zeh in 1976 on WAIF-FM in Cincinnati, soon after WAIF itself started. The fight for gay rights was still young, and in the broadcast world, the Seven Words you can’t say on television were still locked away in a box. Viagra and Cialis were decades away, let alone ads for condoms and intimate toys from Adam and Eve. Just before the inauguration of Reagan in 1981 John read a humorous piece on sexual lubricants called A Guide to Greasy Fingers. This is the story of the aftermath of that broadcast and it's effect on John Zeh's life.

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