No One’s Listening Show Ep. 34
Technical difficulties in the first 4 minutes, but the show goes on.
00:25 – Trivia: what was the name of the poolside bar at the Sheraton Royal Biscayne?
01:50 – Weekend talk
03:50 – Weekend with sound
Talk of the Town
09:55 – Houses on the Key
25:40 – Kid clipped in front of Key Colony
28:00 – Newt 2012 guy
30:15 – If you’re not passing, keep right
35:50 – DUI at the Village Green
36:30 – New irrigation in the works for the Village Green; field talk
40:30 – Boat exclusion zone on Nixon Beach
45:00 – History of the KB Regatta
48:15 – Exclusion for the exclusion
51:20 – Burning Christmas trees
54:50 – Houses get egged
55:40 – NYE party broken up
56:25 – Helicopter coming Thursday to Casa del Mar
57:10 – House walk for charity
59:10 – The 4th of July Parade
01:05:50 – Trivia Answer
Length: 01:06:17s (30.3MB)
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No One’s Listening Show Ep. 17
A good show this week with special guests Yogi and Santi, and even an appearance from Jean. We talk Mashta flats, the inevitable Walgreens, Oktoberfest and more.
Length: 01h04m18s (29.4MB)
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No One’s Listening Show Ep. 16
We talk a bit about what’s going on in the key, but mostly we just shave Al’s head.
Length: 40m38s (18.5MB)
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No One’s Listening Show Ep. 12
We’re back from break and we’re talking about the approved Sonesta plan, a new concert series in the Green, Nixon Beach, strange happenings at Public Works, and more.
Length: 59m33s (27.1MB)
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Welcome Islander Readers
Rat Radio has had the privilege of being in the Islander News this week. In case you’re reading this site for the first time because of said article, I welcome you to explore all that is Rat Radio.
I should also clarify some points made in the article. For one, the RatRadio.Net and the actual Rat Radio Free Radio Key Biscayne actually launched simultaneously. I didn’t stop the radio to do the site, as may be implied in the article.
Also, at the end of the article it mentions that I recieve about 1,000 hits a day. That’s correct, but then it quotes me as saying, “To make any real money, you need at least 2,000 hits a day.” If only it were that easy! What I actually said is that you need 200,000 hits a day, which is much harder to attain considering 12,000 people live in Key Biscayne.
All in all, though, it’s nice to get some publicity. If you’re reading this and think you’d like to write articles about the happenings and interests of Key Biscayners for little more compensation than internet fame, drop me a line at email@example.com.
If you missed the paper you can read the article here.