Wednesday, November 30, 2005


Darling days of December

On the first December show we are proud to welcome a new affiliate, Internet Hit Radio. Go on over and register (free) so you can take part in special activities there. It’s another brave-and-bold Internet outpost for music and talk.

So it is just one of the great things happening in December (stand by for more affiliate announcements). Meanwhile, look at this month’s celebration lineup.

Dec. 1 is when Internet Hit Radio joins the Cotolo Chronicles network

Dec. 3 is National Roof-Over-Your-Head Day
It used to be an international holiday, as you recall, but the roof has become a controversial religious structure and factions from different sects have fought and died to be sure that no one is offended if they are “roofless.”

Dec. 8 is when Mary Lee Gowland is on Cotolo Chronicles
Author Mary Lee Gowland is part of the news, information and conversation on the show.

Dec. 4 is Wear Brown Shoes Day
This holiday dates back to the early 1900s when a boy named Buster Brown was arrested for living in a shoe intimately with his dog, Tide. His courage has not been forgotten.

Dec. 10 is Festival For The Souls Of Dead Whales
And make no mistake about it, the deaths of whales in oceans everywhere is increasing at an alarming rate. The rate of alarming rates in the world is also on the increase, but that is a topic for another holiday all together.

Dec. 12 is National Ding-A-Ling Day
Ding A. Ling (Ting Ling) [real name Jiang Bingzhi,1904-1986]. Born in Linli, Hunan province, she was strongly influenced in her teenage years by her mother's anti-traditionalist views and the ideals of the May Fourth Movement. Her middle name, by the way, was Aeng.

Dec. 16 is National Chocolate Covered Anything Day
There is no conservative translation for “anything.”

Dec. 18 is National Roast Suckling Pig Day
The fine art of cooking a suckling pig is an ancient art and, as with all ancient arts, it could mean food poisoning. So be careful because pig is pork and “the other white meat” can be dangerous.

Dec. 26 is National Whiners Day
Red or white, sweet or dry, there is no better day to raise your glass and make a homemade batch for friends and families.

Dec. 29 is Remember Those Passed This Year Day
The annual roll call of celebrated and not-so celebrated persons that have left us in 2005 is the feature on this evening's program.

Dec. 30 is Festival Of Enormous Changes At The Last Minute Day
Unfortunately, more suicides are recorded on this day than any other day of the year, with the exception of Tony Orlando's birthday.

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