Jim Jones had faithful who actually, volunteered to take the poisoned cool-aide, so it’s both disturbing and kind of inspiring that there are people loyal enough to submit themselves to the torture of ICRT, based on false nostalgia of supposed “good old days,” that never really were.
I hear that China uses the ICRT 80s pop format to non-violently coerce political prisoners into changing their pro-democracy stances.
According to the ICRT disc monkey Ron Monday, the China Central Government’s imported Brazilian research scientist, Dr. Mosef Jengele agrees, saying, “Zere’s nothing zat could riwal Billy Ocean inserted into ze subconscious every few hours or so, in getting ze prizoner to change zeir vay ov thinking…”
Yes. I’m sure their are. You might hear about them from blog entries they make on their PDAs while standing in the unemployment lines back in the United States, as they wait on calls from Clear Channel Comunications, who are looking for, “bland 7s broadcasting announcer needed for incredibly inept, poorly managed, uninspiring, non-threatening, useless, tax writeoff radio station on a small island where nobody wants to listen to the station anymore and all you need to do is ready copy, since eveything is on a hard drive anyway.”
Normally I’d give a damn about an English langauge radio station in a foreign country going down, givne how many are a public service. ICRT is little more than a public nusiance. They serve no purpose. if this island was in a very deadly, very serious emergency (China planning to attack), ICRT wouldn’t be doing jack about shit.
100% of that would be their own (non) doing.
It’s kind of like trusting a handful of low-rent used car salesmen to perform brain surgery.
Large portions of the island could never pick it up anyway, and most of us who could, not only were turned off by it, but have a very deep hatred towards ICRT.
I, for one, hope to be able to see it go down, at which point I’ll dance a Dick Van Dyke-in-Marry Poppins chimney sweep jig. Man, I’m excited just thinking about the death of ICRT.
It warms my heart.