August & September 1994, Folio copy

Sunday, August 14, 1994, Back of the Book Here in mid-Summer we begin our Summer serial "Whackdoodle Goes to Congress." In Chapter 1: Hump the Pages, our hero discovers how the hard working Congresscritters unwind after a full day of servicing those who pay their salaries - the lobbyists. Ennui The Hedgehog interviews a Mr. Slugbladder about his project: The National Delusions of Adequacy Hotline. He describes his hope that by calling this extremely expensive hotline number people around the nation will begin to realize how truly worthless they are. He also discusses his plans for The National Depressed Through The Floorboards Hotline which he's going to open next year. Free Form Live Radio by R. Paul Martin.

Sunday, August 28, 1994, Back of the Book It's time for all the kiddies to get ready to go back to their pedagogical penitentiaries for another school year. Your college dropout host will regale you with tales of his doing time in Catholic School in the '50s and '60s. Oh! The ritualistic beatings! The superstitious indoctrinations! It has certainly influenced his career as an anti-establishment, bisexual, atheist trouble maker. Hear him say, "the only thing in school that prepared me for life, especially work, was punishment." In our Summer serial "Whackdoodle Goes to Congress," Chapter 16, Money Laundering: Our Never Mentioned Pal, Whackdoodle visits the site of the former House Post Office where gun-toting postal workers dump mail they don't want to deliver. Free Form Live Radio by R. Paul Martin.

Sunday, September 11, 1994, Back of the Book There is again a weeping and a gnashing of teeth in certain precincts of Radioland because this is the Eighth Anniversary edition of Back of the Book! Your host will read "Before the Law" by Franz Kafka. All the usual anniversary rituals will be observed. On top of all that, Your host will be a truly ancient 47 years of age for this radio program! He is now as old as the century was when it let him into it. To welcome all of the kiddies back to Catholic school, Pope Weaselpenis XVI donates his Papal flabellum to the extremely religious Sisters of Felony Assault, an order of nuns who are dedicated to corporeal punishment, especially of small, defenseless children. Their motto is "Beat their little asses for Christ!" Free Form Live Radio by R. Paul Martin.

Sunday, September 25, 1994, Back of the Book Autumn is here! Your host is really getting ready to start his Spring Offensive now, which was re-named his Summer Offensive, which may need to be re-named again soon. Yup, he's going to find a significant other Real Soon Now. He may even leave the National Debris Preserve to see if he can meet someone. Now that there's more nightdark than daylight again it's time to end our Summer serial "Whackdoodle Goes to Congress," with Chapter 76, What to do After You've Dropped the Soap, wherein we find Whackdoodle making new friends in the country club Federal prison he was sent to in our penultimate episode. Hector and Anvil interview the xanthospinal Bill Clinton about his campaign commitment to free breathing, and his recent support for Senator Helms' air tax. Free Form Live Radio by R. Paul Martin.

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