with Neil Litt
In Formation Station
This edition of "My Midlife Crisis" is dedicated to "Elliot from Harvard." As you may recall, the announcement over the PA system in those mudcaked fields of upstate New York: "Eliot from Harvard. The hitchhikers you picked up need the pills in your car. Please go to the Information Station right away."
It is also dedicated to Pope Benedict XVI, who, according to the NY Times, was a liberal priest until he experienced the rebellious youth of the 1960s.
And, finally, it is dedicated to Senator Bill Frist, who sees enemies of faith wherever liberals gather.
The music on this program includes John Doe, Petra Haden, Elizabeth McQueen & the Firebrands, and much, much more. E-mail me here to get a copy of the playlist.
edition of "My Midlife Crisis" was posted to
on May 1, 2005.
1hr 3 min
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