Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Cops Shoot Man Dressed as Pirate; 3-Year-Old Goes on Blowtorch Burning Spree and More: Rynski Radio at Party934

Posted By on Wed, May 11, 2011 at 8:30 AM

Update with playlist and download at bottom of post

PiRATe illustration from book 'Rats Incredible'

We’re used to pirates menacing the seas, but evidently, police officers in Omaha weren’t sure what to do when they were faced with a man dressed as a pirate who came at them with his sword.

So they shot him.

That story and more are up this week on Rynski’s Shattered Reality radio show on and FM 94.9 in Hudson Valley, N.Y.

Next show is Wednesday, May 11 (today!) and every Wednesday online at Showtime is noon in Arizona, 3 p.m. EST.

Party 934 is a radio alternative for listeners sick of stations that play one song followed by 500 commercials.

Trees, weeds, flowers and other foliage is once again our blooming theme—and don’t worry, we already played Tiny Tim’s “Tiptoe Through the Tulips” last week.

Thanks! to all who keep the song requests coming.

What: Rynski’s Shattered Reality Internet radio show
When: Every Wednesday for one hour
Time: Noon in Arizona, 3 p.m. EST
Where: and FM 94.9 in Hudson Valley

For those who might miss the show, please check back after the fact for the playlist and recorded download.

CALL FOR SONGS: Diamonds, rubies, emeralds, rhinestones—let’s hear some tunes that mention jewelry and gems. Got any?
Ryn Gargulinski, aka Rynski, is a writer, artist, performer and poet. Her radio show airs every Wednesday and her column appears every Friday. See more writing and art from RYNdustries at and


Missed the show? CLICK HERE to download

Playlist for Rynski’s Shattered Reality 05/11:

Theme: Trees, plants, weeds, flowers and foliage, part 2 of 2

Led Zeppelin — Ramble On (CB Le Grand in AZ)
The Rolling Stones - Dandelion (Deb in AZ)
Sylvia — Tumbleweed (Beezel)
Scott Joplin - Maple Leaf Rag (Leigh in NY)
The Coasters - Poison Ivy (Nancy in TX)
The Rolling Stones - Poison Ivy (Deb in AZ)
Joni Mitchell - Woodstock (Mary Jane in NY)
Robert Plant — 29 Palms (Radmax in AZ)
Guided by Voices - I Am a Tree (Meagan in NY)
Jewel Akens - The Birds & The Bees (Dan in AZ)
JJ Cale - Magnolia (Meagan in NY)
The Cowsills — The Rain, The Park and Other Things Flower Girl (LePetit in AZ)
Lilies in the Moonlight Polka (Polka always for parents)
Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs - Orange Blossom Special (Leigh in NY)
Tony Orlando - Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree (Mary Jane in NY)
Statler Brothers - Counting Flowers on the Wall (Phoebe in AZ)
Frank Zappa - Billy the Mountain (First 30 seconds for Mary Jane in NY)

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