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Sat Jun 9, 2018, 09:52 PM

On The Radio, It's Always Midnight

I enjoyed reading this essay about streaming local radio from far away.

On The Radio, Itís Always Midnight
Seb Emina, The Paris Review, June 6, 2018

ďUltimately, we donít belong in the world governed by time,Ē says Michael Cremo, a guest on KNWZ, a radio station in Palm Springs, California. ďAs beings of pure consciousness, we are essentially timeless.Ē It is around two thirty A.M. in Palm Springs and around eleven thirty A.M. in Paris, where I am tidying my apartment. Cremo is talking about the end-time, which he thinks could well be imminent, but his point is relevant to the experience of listening to local radio from somewhere I am not. I love listening to radio, but sometimes I donít want to listen to a particular station, genre, or category. Sometimes I want to listen to a time of day.


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Sun Jun 10, 2018, 03:54 PM

1. Thank you, good read

Even bookmarked some stations.

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