Satiric radio comentary for the 90s from the man who drained Lake Michigan and filled it with hot chocolate!!!

Political Cartoon Updtae: Christian Woodstock, and so on...

Stan Freberg here with a political cartoon update. Following the "Christian Woodstock" in Washington, D.C., Tony Peyser shows an M.C. up in front of a huge crowd saying, "There's some bad frankincense going around, man..." Be right back. [:60 SPOT BREAK]

Freberg again with more cartoons. Following the unbelievably-overpriced auction of Kennedy memorabilia at Sotheby's Mike Thompson in USA Today shows a street vendor outside Sotheby's, raking in the money. His sign says, "Kennedy half-dollars - only $7000 each."

And in view of gasoline prices soaring, Matt Davies of the Gannett papers shows cars lined up at the pumps paying outrageous prices, and over to the right are the two Presidnetial candidates, Clinton and Dole, under a big sign reading, "Air."

And Jeff Stohler of the Cincinnati Post shows a man seated at the desk of a woman who's an investment broker. She's saying, "Smoking or non-smoking-related stocks?"

Finally, from Steve Sack of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, a prospective employee is pleased to hear a personnel director saying, "Your resume is very impressive, just what we're looking for! We're a very 'high-tech' company, cutting edge, fast moving, global competitor, new wave. In fact, in the time it's taken to tell you about it, your skills have become outdated. Thanks for applying. Come back after you get more training. Next!"

Stan Freberg here.

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