Thursday, May 7, 2009


If you are not a Froynlaven reader, please cease and desist from going any further. This post is only meant for those who it is meant for. And you know who you are...

Today's blog is very brief indeed. The family and I are off to sweltering Phoenix for my nephew's wedding. Yes, the Ruggs shall again mix with our Irish brethren, the Flahertys. We shall do what the Irish do best. Out of a sense of decorum, I shall keep what that is to myself. 

However, that's not the point! No. The point, dear Froynlaven reader, is to let you know there was a slight mistake with the Season 2 Freakazoid DVD. Shocking. But true.

Seems that in the processing of said Season 2 DVD, something was excluded. I'm going to rectify that right now.

For those that have dutifully purchased the DVD (Takineko), and others who have won it with their parlor tricks (Keeper), you may have noticed that the Richard Stone demo tape of Bonjur Lobey has no intro. For those of you keeping score, that's the mistake.

There was a little intro I did that was supposed to be put at the front of Richard's song. But, fate bid otherwise.

However, Froynlaven reader, now, through the magic of this inestimable blog, you shall have that intro in it's original form as it was recorded 6 months ago.

God's speed!

Talk to ya Monday with Keeper's challenge...


  1. What a wonderful intro!
    The two of us here in America that got the DVD are outraged that we were gyped on such a wonderful intro!

    Also, you have a great voice. You should announce Monster Jam.

  2. Make that the three of us who got the DVD.
    I second Takineko's comment about your voice. Very nice.

  3. Ok, somehow I left that last comment as Kalimac, when I meant to leave it as LBH, who was formerly known as SLS.

    I'm sure I'm really confusing now.

    Great intro and thanks, Paul.

  4. Who am I speaking to now, Sybil?

  5. We have no idea what you're talking about.

  6. I hold my head down in shame... I'm not quite sure how that happened at all... sigh.

  7. Troy,

    We have a saying I learned in my first job in radio. "It left here okay."