Lifelong pals Schober and Findlay are funnier than any roomful of humans put together. KDHX fans will recall their weekly escapade avalanche, St. Louis Brain Sandwich, where a Branschweiger Hut, cheeseballs, The Good Fathers, and timeless tunes like "Never Swat a Fly" helped fix the uniqueness bar for this station from our on-the-fly get-go.
When their conjoined brain left (a yawping hole in) the KDHX airwaves in 2015, a new weekly meetup spawned literary ambitions, drenched in laughs. We Never Got To Be Zombies - Fifty-One Years of Fiddling with Fate is the new memoir output of this duo's commitment to making life lighter.
Their curlique'd CV covers time in the military (can you say "Discipline?"), the movies, on the verge of Catholic priesthood, St. Louis Chase Park Plaza's professional wrestling ring and many more looney niches.
How is this environmental podcast content? How Not! Who can't use a hearty ha-ha to lube the works that keep one doing Green Stuff in this era of humankind (sic). THANKS, Jim and Jay!
Earthworms favorite number from the Colin Sphinctor Band: River Des Peres Song. gives you an earful of Jim Findlay. Jean Ponzi lives in the R des P watershed; this is my neighborhood river.
Music: Agnes Polka, performed live at KDHX by Chia Band
THANKS to Jon Valley, engineering this Earthworms edition Related Earthworms Conversations:
Joe Mohr - Enviro Poet and Cartoonist (Nov 2015)
Community Radio: Purpose, Values, Insider Insights (Aug 2015)
The New Territory: Traversing the Literary Midwest with Tina Casagrande (May 2017)
Cheers to 30 Years of KDHX with Jeff Ritter, First Voice On-Air (July 2017)