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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

1330 AM KXXJ

1330 AM KXXJ , Online 1330 AM KXXJ Radio internet, 1330 AM KXXJ USA Radio Add to your site. Do you? Do you get much shooting? Oh waiter. Well excuse me, I think someone wants me. No no no, not til you've had your coffee. They tell me the British Embassy is the last place in Germany where it can be obtained. In Germany we have discovered that a substitute can be better than the real thing. Ah, the story of the grapes. Tell me, is it a fact that in your country, there's no longer any freedom of speech? All lies, all lies. Of the degenerate, plutocratic press. Ah, is that so? Well then you see that journalism is so untrustworthy, isn't it? May I ask what brings you to Germany, Herr Smith? A thirst for knowledge. I'm trying to discover whether there was or was not an Aryan civilization in this country. There was. Ah, some people say there wasn't, but I shall find out. Here's a whiskey, Bussy, what'll you have in it? Absolutely nothing. You know it is extraordinary. Bussy's vocabulary consists of-- Absolutely nothing. It's sublime. It's ridiculous. It can mean anything. And it can mean absolutely nothing. It can even be an insult. Or a password. Password! Tell me, I am curious. Your English humorist Lewis Carroll. Why does he write such idiocy? Listen. "Twas brillig and the slithy toves "did gyre and gimble in the wabe." Does not make sense. But it does! Twas brillig, and the slithy toves did gyre and gimble in the wabe. All mimsy were the borogroves and the mome raths outgrabe. It makes perfect sense. But what does it mean? It means whatever you want it to mean. You can either use it lyrically or, as I'm afraid I do sometimes, in place of swear words. Extraordinary. As a matter of fact you know ever since I've been in Germany, I've felt exactly like Alice in Wonderland. Oh but Germany is a Wonderland. Oh it is, it is. But we have one problem. To be or not to be, as our great German poet said. German? But that's Shakespeare. But you don't know. Well I know it's Shakespeare. I thought Shakespeare was English. No no, Shakespeare is a German. Professor Schutzbacher has proved it once and for all. Oh dear, how very upsetting. Still, you must admit that the English translations are most remarkable. Goodnight. Goodnight, goodnight, parting is such sweet sorrow. What is that? One of the most famous lines in German literature. You haven't even told me your name. It's Ludmilla. What a lullaby. Millie for short? No. Lucinka. Ah. Have you noticed the music stopped? Oh, right back to earth again. Let's talk about you for a change. Apart from being American, what are you? I'm a student of archaeology. Very funny. On the level. I'm a member of the Professor Smith expedition and proud of it. Smith. Oh, the vague person I saw you talking to? Looks as though he hated coming into the middle of a room? The greatest guy that ever drew breath. Really? I always said one shouldn't go by appearances. I could tell you things about him that'd knock the legs from under you. You could? Then do. No, I guess you'll have to take my word for it. Then get me a glass of champagne to make up for it. Sure! I'm certain it's him, I've just been listening to him.

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