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song of the day: clouds / cibo matto
word of the day: alethiology / study of truth

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top ten on KSTU radio...

if i were a radio station (and I am) my call letters would be KSTU, of course. and thanks to iTunes (which i LOVE), i can actually tell you, according the number of "SPINS" (that's industry-speak for the number of times a song is played) what the top ten songs are on KSTU at any given time. i can also tell you what my "adds" for the week were (and "add" is industry-speak for a song that's been added to the play list of a station. stations report their adds each week). here's the reports this week on KSTU...

top ten, according to spins...

Secrets...

song of the day: pop life / prince
word of the day: dizygotic / Of twins: derived from two separate ova, and so not identical

secrets. goddamnit, you are breaking me down. you are BREAKING me down... i'm gonna talk. you look at me like that, i'm gonna talk...three secrets today. more to follow, depending...

what does Stuart want for Christmas? he FINALLY responds...

song of the day: falling in love / randy newman
word of the day: Zythum / A drink made in ancient times from fermented malt, esp. in Egypt (this is the last word in the Oxford Enlgish Dictionary, isn't that SCARY?? there are no more words after this word, don't you get it? it's the end of the Word as we know it {and i feel fine...}

Which One Are You, Bitch?

song of the day: God Must Be A Bogeyman / Mingus
word of the day: tarnation / Damned, damnable, infernal, execrable (n, a, & adv, slang)

ha ha ha ha ha haha hahhaahahahahahahah!!! i almost lost it. i almost forgot. i almost....well, ok, i DID get lost in the dream again- but that's nothing new, i go unconscious about 375 times a day, and that's just the waking hours.

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